Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 26, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01139
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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RED"" CROSS I.RoLL CALL PYTHIAN'SISTERS':. -' ? :

COMMISSIONERS HAD ONE.nova' _ARMISTICE DAY II P R D.C"L A MA TIQ !t'.J NEXT-THURSDAY.NIGHT 'SANFP'RD"WiLL PLAY

Six cents a day from now until The Pythian Sisters will meet

TO: REVISE', PAVING Armistice; Da. ,.-- hat'. all It costs you -I Thursday night November '1, at A KISSIMMEE.. TODAY

to answer,' .h..i..i.'When' the annual WHEREASCalvin l Coolidre, 'Pres I and ',Teacher Day;" Thursday, o'clock.' A full attendance is desired. ,
Red QoasltoUCaU takes place. ident of the United State, has proclaimed November 22, as "Illiteracy The district meeting will be1 held
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Being Made' by.Twc I Teams Howard, under .the ,direction of Mrs. the week beglnning\on November Day;" Friday November 23, .. in Kisilmmee. on November 15. Local, Footballers Showed
Surveys Anderson chairman of the M. E.C.
the 19Z3. f
18th Rational and Saturday
as "Community Day _
Crews To Determine Size volunteer: personnel committee, ex Education Week:! and has urged its'. November 24, a* "Physical I Marked Improvement, In. ,
pect to1 visit home in Kissim Friend of Miss Mildred Turville,
every observance throughout tho country Education "
Of Paving Bond IssueThe mee during that hour to give every- and Day. who is now living in New York city" Saturday'sContest_ !
onb an opportunity to help. |t' NOW THEREFORE, I, A. S. Gilbert are, Interested to learn that she 'will! :
city commissioners have had i a I Membership fees are one dollar WHEREAS he is calling upon all as Mayor-Commissioner' of the' spend November in Florida. She.will Another good game ,of football Is
time answering obJection. to the and the roll call committee hopes to state and local authoritiestio cooperate City of Kissimmee: do hereby proclaim -. be the guest of Mrs. Howard Anderson ,scheduled for. Friday, afternoon
busy bond issue for paving more I get six: hundred members in this city. with the civic and Religious and act aside the said :week beginning : in KiUimmeet" and of Mrs when Oaceola High meets SanfordHigh
Ttroposod five miles of Kissiramee'i I. They also hope to get a great many bodies to secure its most general and on November 18, 1923, as Wayne !ando. ,i I at the Mabbette 'street grounds
than announced after theli subscriptions of larger size, in order helpful observance for the purposeof I National Education Week and I do lID.I Klsslmmee.' Last year Sanford

meeting streets, two as weeks .go. Characteristic .to employ a Red Cross public health more liberally,, supporting edu-and urge its observance throughout the Mra.Howard ''Kate, and sons, Howard I!was the second team Kissimmee net

of the new Kissimmee spirit obroWres nurse to give the kiddies an even cational more effectively facilities improving of the nd City of Kisilmmee. Jr., and Jimmle, returned, to and the celery growers ran liP a con
these objection have all ,.chance in their school work and In our country\ .a IN WITNESS WHEEOF: I have Kissimmee yesterday from :two .siderable score 'against th.1.; no vices- '

been; of one kind, namely that UM their preliminary training for citi WHEREAS, the following U a hereunder set my hand and seal of months' visit to Mrs. Katx' mother The game this ,afternoon is1 expectedto '
was :not biff enough.'Every. zenship. schedule for the week. to-wit: the City of Kissimmee, this the 19th Mr. Fanny Powell at Rolla:Mo be a good one for the aame.reason:
program wanted more. The commission Sunday November 18:he's' been day of October A. D. 1923. last Saturday'was a'coocI1IIIe. Fort
body had to meet and .'ri".lt. CONCERt designated as "For God and j'la.orComrnla.ioner. I Mead last year defeated 'KisshamMS3
therefore *...' 4-.':' SEASON Country Day;" Monday November A. GILBERT.. OSGEOLANS ENTHUSE 1 to 0. Last Saturday the local
Jllans.:1: 19, as "American Constitution ) i boys held th.m to one touchdown,.
that beginningof
Indications are jClty of Kissimmee. which, technically, did not count' as

the of paving the greatest program boom iwill Kisslmme see .Jlh STARTS NEXT MONTH 20, aa Day"Patriotism; Tueaday'No Day;"' ember Wednesday Attest: B. B. Doughten City Mana ON BANANPGROWING' the official. of the two schools decided " l.
start call the game a tie.. It waa a
had. Numerous Instance. November 21 as "School ger. By J. R. Gilbert City Clerk. jo '
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has ever --- _. ,tie after H Godwin, against .,hOlDeh.rpa
to warrant this belief. ,
available -- -
-- ------ --- --- of
are Kissimmee Concert Band To 1.--- professionalism wen fllo: .
out of town who own property Delegation Attended State -
People was withdrawn from the 'by
game
in Kls lmmee. have written to find [ Start Regular Season On iuoiiinioi I LIVE ONES WILL Meeting At Bartow And Coach Hsynle, immediately .afteritM). ; I
out more about It, and are all enthusiastic. i beginning! of the second quarter.'.', ,
Resident property owner First Sunday NovemberThe Got Next One HereBy j This afternoon's game Is expected to,

recognize that this will mean the ultimate I ELECTION REVEL WITH SPOOKS draw a big crowd!as the boys showed '
reduction of their taxes. Business regular twice-a-week band concerts CALLED ( J. R. Gunn) last week in their. first horn came.

men seem practically united in which have proved so popular (... ....JSome people from around Kissim of the season that they fight to the
the belief that the increased building to visiting friends as well as the homo November 24 Set As Date Business And Professional mee, witji the county agent, attendedthe finish. There is still a good sized da r
operations which the paving will folks in past years will be inaugurated Banana Growers Association ficit in the high school athletic asso'

bring will increase tax revenue more Sunday: afternoon, November 4, To Vote On Consolidation Women's Club; To Startle meeting in Bartow last Thursdayand ciation's treasury owing to the big
than enough to take car of the interest at the Broadway band stand. are very optimistic over banana expense of the long Lake City trip,
of Three School
\ on the bonds. Others see sufficient The Kissimmee public has had two Districts I Kissimmee Hallowe'en growing ss the result of what they and it is hoped that the Sanford game
increase in property values to opportunities to hear this year's band I I saw and heard. may even thing up. \ -
enable them to get reaeonable market recently, and the indications are thatit I Another Important step has been Just the mere announcement oughtto Aside from the personal benefit o( Last Saturday's game with Fort
for property holdings. Some are will be the best it ever has been. .taken toward acquiring the new high be enough to start the tingle of ex rived from attending the meeting Meadcf brought ;out" no particular
recognizing the remarkable opportunity Last Friday night the Kissimmee school and primary department build- citement. Everybody knows when those who went feel they did a good stars but it showed great Improvef \ 1
for investment in the ridiculously Concert Band donated its services to ing. Saturday November 24, has that organization starts something, days work for Kissimmee and Osceola ment in the whole team at compared
low value. of the present and I the Makinson-Carson Post of the been set as election day. something's started. The commonplace county as well, as the next meetingof with their former games out of town. )
a frequent remark heard on the I America Legion! for its Memorial Petitions from Special Tax School workaday public greets the the association was secured foi Bullock proved to be the greatest I
utrc-ct: m. "I wish I had the money to I Community House fund, and played a Districts Nos. four, five, and six were news with accelerated heart beats, Kissimmee, and S. B. Aultman was ground gainer with sixty-one: yards
buy Kissimmee! city property now before three-quarter hour concert prior to received Wednesday by the County for they know something in the nature elected vice-president of the state association to his 'credit while Hankins came ,
the paving starts and make ai'an the Legion play. Board of Public Instruction in special of a thrill is going to pop. Andas which means lot to Osce second for the local team with forty- ., '
( up when the values go to what I Mesars. George Gardner, Albert session. These petitions ask for nearly as can be learned at this II ola county as a banana growing sec eight yards, and Squires third 'with 'I:
they arc in other Florida cities which Sutton, and J. Nathan Bryan, the executive special election to allow these three writing, and judging by appearances, forty. Hankin. twice got away nicely -
'ha\: progressed when they got their committee of the band, this districts to consolidate into oae school the "Spook's Revel," which is scheduled tion.Over two hundred growers attend. for good end runs and picked his

streets' One Ohio man. who owna week started receiving subscriptions district, the primary purpose of whichis I for next Wednesday/ night, the ed the meeting and the discussion by holes in a manner which Indicates
a residential site on Mabbette street to the band to cover the difference to enable the three to issue bonds same being Hallowe'en, Is going to go the speakers and growers brought out another open field runner.. Bill Seal, .
read in The Gazette of the proposed between the donations made by the for a new high school and primary other long-remembered escapades one numerous points of interest and bene playing at right end showed much
bond isue for streets. lie immed- city commissioners and the board of department school in Kissimmee. The better. It this were not so, why fittoalL <",improvement over former perform
latelv notified hi. agent here not to county commissioners and the children from districts live and six wouldn't the instigator. thereof plan the discussions it brought ances and with Snyder the other: '
noil his Mabbette street lots whichhe amount the band will need to finish Center Park and Boggy Creek, respectively ,their stunts! in their usual haunts In Bowles was.that at the outpost stopped several Fort Meade ,
him' offered for sale for some time. its five month's concert season. The are all brought to the But they didn't. They went outside out by Secretary time there than two plays behind their line Campbell''
A winter resident passing through band executives hope to have liberal simmee schools by free school the city limits. present of bananas are more planted In showed up the beat he has this year.

his Ohio home! town, was told.by the response from Kissimmee citizens and the new buildings In the city KIJ&-I Ii Last Tuesday there were sundry thousand the state on acres a commercial scale. Captain Milton Graham,' was, out. ,I'of. ,.
owner's wife that 'they expected to in the way of monthly subscrpltions. therefore serve them tbe.. whisperings going on between recognized the game, with injuries. "
come to Kisulmmee and build on the they will the pupils residing in district I membera of the live ones. and The discussion brought out that it Twice-the Cowpunchers came within .
lot now, instead .of selling it. ORLANDO WILL STAGE number four- \reportorial ears could gather nothing is best not to cultivate bananaa after striking distance of the. goal. and,
The demand that streets be ROUND-UP AND REUNION Polling places have been designated "Gypsy Trail." Couldn't find planting, using a heavy.mulch of any on these occasions the Fort Meade
more except
I -- as follows: District Number Four I I Smith vegetable matter instead. This keeps line held like a wall, ,Chief:amongthe -
meant
jncIudH l in the initial paving programwas out whether it Gipsy down weeds, keeps the moisture in
not confined to any one sectionof I All have been made i High School building at KllIBlmmee.1 and the sawdust trail, or what. Anyhow also. defense put up by the"southerners -
arrangements . the soil and feeds the plant 1
with H. N. Bratton, E. G. Agnew was* a big husky named Woods.
The commissioners of twenty-nine people of the afore-
the city. Orlando realtors for one
the I who wastalking
by When Mr. Shanibargar,
ened! to all of these demands, lI.t-I' the biggest attractions for Orlando 1 and J. McPhatter as inspectors, said description whisked out of Kissimmee. mulching was asked if he who ,,1s playing his first, ,football thisaccOrding
cltfrk District :, on
and Sam L. Lupfer Jr., Coach
to Haynle.Woods
; year:, :: ;
and with 6 J 7 and 8 about dusk. For
treaties requests this year on November Center Park sppearancessake fertilized his bananas and how he did
'
Number Five .250 andlook It Hisweight
reiult that in addition to the original been in this some of them at leastwere be weighs
that has ever attempted David 'It with mulch over the soil' re '
with J. A. Barclay, Interfere with
Schoolhouse doesnt to ,
have had to include will be the back in town later that night seem '
seen
plans not 683
they part of Florida. This I plied that he did fertilize, using-a '
Bass, and II. V.' Part in, as inspectors his speed .l'Iei 'In ,tight'pinches:
the following streets which were not ordinary wild west show, but it will clerk I but no careful check was made. All formula, a very large part of the .
E.Partin to
Kissimmee
and I as
; when was trying score
named before: Cherry Orange, Magnolia be the first annual round-up and reunion Hilliard's that did get out was that while out ammonia being derived from .organic the ,
District Number Six he hurled his huge frame through
Oak Bass, Park Mitchell of Florida cow boys and cowgirls ing house, with G. F. Austin pack-I. I there. beyond the city limits and with sources and that it was scattered over line and ,held the locals ,to no gain.,
Sumner Emmett Patrick Orlando there will be contests a body of water between them and washed It
rain
in which the mulch and the 1
Bass Meade's ground gala
C. ,
Smith and C. as inspectors *Fort greatest
Beaumont, Rose and Bay Plans for for cash prizes among. the Florida clerk. the municipal officers, plans for Into the soil. On- low soils containing the: ola .hoe-atrl1lC ,
and Fred Harvey as tlTg play was
paving the others have been extendedIn ccw boys and cow girls, as well as Favorable vote upon the consoljda- I Spook's Revel were laid and schemes muck or a large amount of organic i iI trick which several times ,caught :

many case The tentative plansnow contests among some of the best tlon which is looked upon asan almost i I were hatched. ,, matter It is best' to use a fertilizer I II Osceola napping, one of these times '
include the. following: riders' and performers in the world. unanimous certainty. in view of I Some people have looked at reports I I containing less ammonia and more i iI .I accounting. 'for Fort.Meade's touch-,
Vine Street from city limits. westto There will be plenty of thrills and the fact that only two people in the of the doings of the aforementioned I potash and phosphoric acid. down in the first .quarter. Ivey left '
city limits east. fun for everybody.The three districts refused to sign the petitions -I club with envious eyes. Take courage All speakers recommended the use I end for the Forters hung way off at
Cherry, from Main 'to Brack. Round-Up is being staged un- will pave the way fjo" a bond such an one, because the mem- of hard wood ashes at the rate of the side lines and Godwin threw him -
Ornngo. from Main to Brack. der the personal supervision of Milt issue to actually start operations for bers of the aggregation are going toIlet from one to two tons per acre. The ;a long and pretty pass, giving him a .
Magnolia, from Main to Ta"k. JunkIe, of Texas foremost buckingbroncho the new buildings.One you In on it this time. In fact, larger amounts on the low noils as its clear field to the !goal thirty 'y rds
Oak, from Main to Brack rider and champion steer petition is now before the they expect ycu to come. thought that large applications of away. .Between sixty and seventy
I.nkc, from Main to Royal. bulldogger of the world. Bulldogging hoard. calling for a $95,000 bond issue Getting down to bare facts It is hard wood ashes! will cause the yards werte gained by Fort Meade on
RUSH" , from Main to Bay. in' oiy cf the most' dangerous; feat from district number four. The expected that the Inst few days of cavendish to color up properly If cut this pla* alone, executed several .
Park from Main to Bnv pc'rformc'cl l hv riders and consists of amount of money to be raised by this coldish wI'1I1her'il be over. bv that at just the right stage. for ; times! for good gains.
Church, from Main to Stewart. riding up niong-side a Texan longhorn I proponed bond issue would be InRuffi- rime, and the Spooks are going!:' to On discussing soils suitable I Keller, Ivey and Yearw od, coveredthe
Sprout, from Mitchell to Pleabant. steer, leaping; from his horse or I dent to build the necessary' schools Revel on the spacious lawn at the banana grooving' it was brought out the most ground for the visitors,

Pakm. from Church to Thurmnn unto and throwing the animal with Hnd the five mill levy, limited by state home of Mr. and ;Mrs. S. II Bullorkon that any fairly good soil with feet with 72, 64, and 00 yards to their respective -
I'ompfl. from, Mitchell to Thurrrmn. i'us hands. I law, would not allow sufficient income Clyde avenue. They'll revel in water table not more than three credits. Godwin, who is|i well
Mitchell from Sprout to Sumner. I Mildred: Moiiglps the world's champion -' for Interest and sinking funds. I masquerade. All k'nds an-1 d"rip-I'I'I I under the surface nor less than twen-could known to Kissimmee baseball fans, '
trie surface
!Stewart from Church to Bron Iwuy.sti bucking horse ridijr, will beoresent 'I The consolidation will allow a bond tions of costumes will be in order ex- ty-four inches under Provided was responsible for 44 yards carrying
.|! rn.idwav) to Bryan. jSumncr exhibitions which cent Sunday clothe, an.\ v reaths of bo used very successfully. by the per- ,
: and will not only give I issue' of approximately $10,000 I fed to,, the ball and twenty more
I' of humus was
from P"ril, to Bonumint.MalbiUe I liberal supply
but will compete with all will come closer to meeting the ab- poison oak. Pe n witrh, goblin n and light lal route before he was disqualified
fiom Church and St -wart till' plant on the higher -
koboldrii'c* hobby or after
or your charge
I comers. A number of Florida cowboys : soluto needs. grome ; on the professionalism
to Bermuda. well as otherfamous the Kissimmee a broom stick; raise the pike and the moment more than one
t and cow girls an The congestion in of playing a
I plantIng -
Verona. from Stewart to Bermuda.T.nin.tt. I intention Thereale devkins1.0. and enjoy ycurself. On methods and distances the tackle
riders., have signified their schools continues to grow worse. I ; showed that several quarter. Slmmgnj, rangv
from Clyde to Bermnda. I of being present to competefor now over a thousand children en- There will be a small charge for the discussion!< used as well aa for Fort Meade made a big hit with '
Rrvan. from Stewart. to Clvde. I the cash prizes. ,'lled. Eight hundred twentv-flve of admittance to the"'enp1'nl' Spookville. distances were About the av- Kissimmee fans and officials by his -. .
Patrick, from Beaumont to. Hermuda white children/ in the main small for the various methods cf planting. and good sportsmanship. -
I There will be contests for cash those" are and other charges distance seems to be eghtrt ; clean playing
the Florida cow 1 lioysnnd > : building and the primary department errottoes. Witch food will beprved ciagc with the rows ten Twice he was heard to call
,
Hughcy, from Beaumont to Ber- prizes among in the colored the physical in the row his for unnecessary
and contesta amongthe and there are 176 pupils which will satisfy Thedistances with down own players
girls vary
muda. cow I feet npart. tackle the
and schools. as well ns the eth.'renl. whateverf'n the roughness. Playing at
cowgirls I' ideas of
Milt Hmkle cow boy 'the of soil and
Orlando from Sumner to Brvnn 24 trustees be admitted type and the backfield thereafter '
free for all contests 'At the election November is Children will of the plantings at first half
and then Most
'
Beaumont from Sumner to Hugh- I Milt ,Hinkle is supplying a string of for tho proposed district will also for less money but if nov grnwnungets I the rower.present time arc made with one he was responsible for advancing the

ey Vernon to Hughey. wild horses for the occasion and inducements I be vot'""l upon, as well as the number n happy hunch to disguise his I, plant in each hill: however, a Profes- ball 22 yards on .lateral. and triple .-
Mabbetto
from
in of mills to be levied and collected in-o bv his costume and get in as a some time passes.
will be made to anyone has spent
I Harris, who ..
Jwfrom< Mabbette to Hughey. the 192-i and Wi i.1 l when he's old cncutrh to know sor Continued( on |> ure four)
of Florida owning out- annuallv during years I (('''yitInueci on I'n Klght) I
section
Hyde, from Mabbette to Emmett.IC""Unu..d It this Contlnurd on rasa EghtI $ > 1925. The school board estimates the Ixttor there will be a committee thereto I I - --_ :: ._---=--- -- --- -----:-:-T- -= ..
on rave Bight: ) necessary millage at five mills the count his teeth. Among other I --------- -- -

amount recently voted by district things there will be witchv fortune' BANK (OF OSCEOLA COUNTY' WILL REMAIN '
SOON number four.PACEAGE clung and thev say there will be the I
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE WILL best looking witches there who ever 'I

LIBRARIES: LOANED witched.; Followers of rhythmic wiggling OPEN ON SATURDAY NIGHTS HEREAFTER .
EDITION CITIZENS BY UNIVERSItY : will find a jitney Terpsichore. '
BOOSTER
ISSUE ILLUSTRATED The big idea is that the Businessand &
-I The University of Florida througnthe ProfessionalVome'i's! Club is Directors Announce A New Policy For Convenience Of '
---- General Extension Division acts nutting on this Spook's Revel next On' {
Unprecedented Opportunities Osceola County Will as a clearing house for all kinds of i Wednesday "nii 'ht, as a Hallowe'en Their Patrons And Will Stay Open For Deposits (1'

Be Told In Picture And Story As Cities Of OsceolaGo outside general of information agriculture and on home questions economics -, natty, for the House.benefit Everybody of the MemorialCommunity is expected Saturday Nights In Addition To Regular Hours

Forward Into Year Of Its Greatest Progress which may be of valurs to in- to come, and the price of admission the time for the regular banking hours, '
-- dividual or groups." When information lets you in to the place. After Beginning tomorrow evening arrangement II expected
time is home of the happy millions the per- cannot be supplied directly reQuests that you can spend as much a. you Bank of Osceola County will Inau- I I and the result new in decided convenience Realizing- that the present i its patrons the
referred the authorities additional service for
j I garden in which the happy are to proper want to, or just the evening. You gurate
Opportune for the future exploitation [ petual never-falling har in the various state and government don't get the eats with the price of by re-opening Its doors at five them. the bank '
tiller reap from the growers
oi The Aside
Onceola county and Florida may boards and bureaus have the remaining open until I
I If departments admission but the eats will o'clock and out of i
there are many
Kissimmee Valley Gazette is prepare vests.If are a believer in the futureof colleges. universities and other >> price beaten a mile. eight. This will be the regular Saturday feels that customers who are unable to
a "Big Co-operative Boosterl'lumber" 1 you to welfare agencies, many of schedule hereafter. Regular town
extend ,
It Kissimmee and Florida public Further idea as to the whatness of reach Kissimmee during banking
distribution.
for general 1 1j' moral and the citizen Knows banking hours, from nine till three deposits
average their ,
both which be garnered by giving to make
Gazette your the occasion Saturdays
i
a well known fact that Florida has The which he may usual with the additional hours on
: commendable about concerning will continue as cashedeIn
or
in this nothing the to the committees their checks ,
support and
material once-over get
Ter felt reaction since the closeof and in.the evening. .
privileges
; any writers is unaware of his rights Helen Sawyer three hours of service to these patrons .
Experienced Miss
the undertaking: appointed bv in order to be
, brightest the war and "Is today one of in the have been engaged to aid in the work. In asking. information. and s rvIn Grand Spookolorum of the Revel. L. E. Fenn, cashier of the for bank.the directors as well aa the local merchants financially, announcement
spots, called by a representative Ic. Mrs.S. making the .the new
Program announce
When are. upon These committees are: the : director
you '
wtire this moreis
world. this w.rk the that '
said yesterday -
kindly facilitate
Gazette order to Mrs." George c ,
of The H."Bullock, chairman schedule
There'* a reason, 1n fact many rea- interview for the purpose Bureau has compiled a larga number Miss Margaret Stanford in line with the policy of the bankto :v : evening service :'will.
and Saturday--
him an Gardner The
,
tens mentionnereo grant of service to IU
entirely, too many to [ .xnlIning-the work. of package libraries. on subject I Publicity Miss Rhea Pherigo render all jos.ible affect'the regularbanking -
In '
of
but suffice to, say that Its peoV number interest.. A pr.ckage libraryis I r Win- customers. The directors feelthatwhile noway till TO. everyday. '
, Copies of the "Co-operative" general chairman. Misses Ferris Oliver, hours.from '.a. m. .3. p,
for making
are happy and contented.jBoerssiner . of The Gazette will be.mailed to mad. up of article I clipped from alfred Denning, :Augusta Wlnn, Lucille the additional hours ,benefit to .-\y .',' .'. '%1 .1 s, '
-distinzbedwritT *. tal of especial "
,: ? a .th1'ou8'hoat ,all.sections "in m.ndn.DeI pamphlet en a pa Johnson. Leah Wilcox Refresh- deposit will.be .
The world .is yet to be told of :libraries and contain material of town eo.tom.they will also ,
,7E United State sand, by .o doing subject of interest ientMuM Violet BuUoek.'chairman, out GEORGIA;? PREACHER NEXT >
*!.naU naUonarparadlse.o mate the '., ,Kisainame and environs -; that-ffmld "secured byindividuals Norma Griffin Helen Bass be welcomed by the home merchants ,SUNDAY AT BAPTIST.CHURCtf::
advertise1 Misses In
,, i ,><*; oeoeAoence of ut./nary day life.'' will as'a desirable place tolive and 'only after:much .nrork.: These ETe1J11.Garbltt. Anne Squl..., ,Irm.Hobm.n. who: frequently have difficulty' : ,

..hid< the myriad avenues to fortune. I I.J .,. > j libraries *primarily for tile:u..1 0(, '0''and" Mrs.-A.; P. 'Fleming; making change on Saturday nights. ..R v. ''Rv G/lI rtln. of Broxtea.Georgiawill .
business.Do'yeuf -- fall truckIng -
: I -i J' eontln: by.sayingVAdvertlseJ J I ;; tblt,_'th'entire 'ppuliJUonheUait dnbwofliefl to *idth.m in 'their".tu- DeeotlonThe Whole Clnb.Tha ./:/.<. With the advent Clf'the from 'which, la occupy the'pulpit of the..
i U4t1a.b flI. 'J'Ir'IV7-imaDtwoman. f States have their dy;'of;tsecb.rs forcIasa.discussion; '.- >b st"costume will Jet aVeake: ; .season.-shipping First-Baptist.) church' next- Sunday, at. '
.: t, tlbl14-ba..th.. ,leu4averd. parts i The: Gasett of high Aehool'stixUntBV. for debate, 'of. It the coe- now under way many of the growers orenlttc .serv1cee.: :i...
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1"i KISSIMMEB, I VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1923 ,
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.TWO -. .... J REPRESENTATIVE. LIVE sTocK. .t.. ............. '.... .t' ......It !'....

BOARD LOCATED IN 'tEESBURG
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'J'1. AGRICULTURAL POINTERS Dr. JF., C. Wilson;a representative

. of the State Live Stock Sanitary
3. R. QUNN C'OUSTTAGENT.. board of Florida, is now located in
Lecsburg 'und will represent the 71,.Mee '
Most of the strawberry plants above organisation, in Lake, Orange
TAX NOTICE should be planted by now.and as most and Osceola counties, in,.which he will
I of them have begun to take hold and have charge of hog cholera control
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are growing it la time to think about work: Anyone desiring Dr. Wilson's
r fertilizing if they have not been fertilized services Mould address him, post office i iI
already., Nowr is the time to box 177, Leesburg, Florida. In
.rrw..w..w..r push them for those early berries. I order to facilitate promptness, Dr.
Use a fertilizer made from a high' Wilson requests those communicating
grade fertilizer material, with a good. with him '"concerning treatment of:
of ammonia. hogs affected! with cholera to mention
NOTICE ''is hereby given that percentage Several have been in this week asking number of animals tp be treated when //I III i t 1 I I
about what material to use asa writing. Services of the physician
Tall clean-up spray for their citrus are free, the serum being .supplied to
Osceola County tax books for 1923 trees. It is gratifying indeed to see farmers lit cost by the state.

an interest taken in, cleaning the .-.- - . .-. .. .

will open for collection on Novemberfirst. mean trees of less scale trouble and whitefly next spring an it will and 'I I<0 Co.}044v'+tiPJ 1 4444fiSsv30tO P440 oCo Don't Let the Milk Go DownFeed

the will be larger and
? naturally : crop H. CLAYSTANFORD 9
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I I am now ready to furnish better Several as a growers result. withi' the county ,v REAL ESTATE- --,- RENTALS oCo
agent attended the meeting of the < AND INSURANiI I' of milk per pound of Cow Chow fed. Besides Cow

estimates of these taxes. 2 per cent last State Thursday Banana In Growera Bartow and Association all were <<> Over KISSIMMEE Bank of Osceola FLORIDA County oCo'* Chow keeps your cows in shape for fall and win tel;:'

very much pleased with the outlookfor .te . ioe.'o. production.

discount will be'::allowed for November tion Osceola as a result as a of banana the trip.growing The meeting sec-- 4}44440 O t OO. 09 .OO> r ,

was a practical discussion all the o ELLIS F. DAVIS |
way through by the speakers and
payment. growers who were present. 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW <0I >
Did know that there were Uftlce.: oCo
you Hunk of OHCCC.IU
County
Itulldlagl'Irll
about 2000( acres of bananas in Florida I t ('ae.e.rr CrI le.l ,
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on a commercial scale at the present ) 1 nelleeKlS8111Il3h pUR1NA''
time? Looks like business : 1 1"1." "UU.tO .\
when the sold the OO OC
dose'nt it, growers
C. L. BANDY fruit for nix and seven cents per O'O' 44P40'H.
pound. oCo :
f The weather is certainly right now I CLAY STANFORDI \ X
for that fall garden to be started if .,. _. -
Collector.
Tax
you have not already gotten it in shape. The weather is cool so you or I I4 1 INSURANCE Co PR0TBH!!
42IOtANOTHER'REDUCTION the tender plants either will not be ----- 0>
scorched by the hot sun I* KISSLM M EE. FLORID 5 CoI
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Watch the lean very tloselv 4 Co
now for leaf-rollers crop and the little I _O O O .!.! COW CHOW
green fly \'hil'h.is found on the undo : .)<.<...-.X-, +<-:--: :-
side of the leaves. Either is enough/ 4. Co
(, ____ -- -_- ,- to be bothered with und both will ruin ,f MILTON PLEDGER <
> tho l sides of the leaves with little ,fi \1'1'01\1-: ; \r i.w 4:
nieces cut out and turned. over thenis ,< :State: Bank Hinldinir .:.
the time to h<'irin KpraMnjr: 'I'he I"I-, >.|I11\II:1/ I: I '."]It'1( 1 \ .-.

I SALE E.We littlrrc'c'n\ IIwill tome! the leax"- I .> .,...... . ... .... AKriiins
E. .
tot i turn brown' II" I though theyM'n '-:"-:-M'O- :":":":":. : .:. -: : ) : : ; : )oX":" )':''''''' Florida Feed Stores

l I\I"tinJ") i',moil !by their sucking thsap <' 1 F' : 'V j STEP' :;
out of the leif from the und 1.'i
| are selling these goods fast side. Both can be ,destroyed at thi I . KRIBBS & STEED 306 BROADWAY

"nine time by spraying with n mix ""orurjn Hnil. '-.iB-i-lnr. .< I.....
lure of Bordeaux ,nmturo i aisenit'1 of I: KI.Ml.nni..f. I I nr/dn/ TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
]1\I\ n'8 Suits, regular price $22.50 ; $ 1 9. Q A lead I, and tohmto} ixtr.ut I'I; I CI..I ....-11... In rll ae.t.. ....
M poundof, blue stone' 4 )pounds' II", I MlleJ !IMfru CALL UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)
now . . . . . . . . . '," . .. of t.urt.-
larked lime I pound ar*'iimti I ---- -- - -
a Men's Suits, regular price $18.00 ; uf WIIIl'I'
in
fifty gallons >
now . . . . . . . . . . JOHNSTON & GARRETT .
UKTH or i.. J. HOI) .i.INSI : \'rTORNE'k S-A -LAW
Men's Suits, regular price $15.50 ; C 1 3.48 I
> > -- Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank
now . . . . . . . . . . . . I L..l.J (Dollins, aged 72, pioneer t' ti. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
zen of Orlando but for the past!'< three I Building.
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Men's Blue Serge Pants, regular price $5e69 years! a resident of Kissimmee, diedin KISSlllallIs' KLOJIIDV

$7.50; now . . . . . . . . . . Orlando last Sunday afternoon I .
Funeral services were held in that DR. R. J. DENNING i
V Men's Pants regular price Thursday afternoon At the request '
Young 3.48 city I DENTIST: FOR QUICK SALEI
of the deceased funeral was !
I v $4.50; now . . . . . . . . . . . conducted by Dr. J. A. Sutton and Over the Postofflee.OFFICE .
Hand's funeral HOURS: t to 1Z:SO. 1.10 t. t
II. Norton at
Dr. W. ,
Genuine Velour Chambray Hats
$6.98 parlors ; Residence' Phone 174-
., regular price $8.00 ; now. . . . . Mr. Dollins was originally from "I -OfBc* Phone 15* I offer for immediate aale for cash: or terms the following described

Big Four? Cow Boy Hats, regular $ 1.98 I county Tennessee in, 18741.having He moved was to married Orange i I property:
Lot 10 13 14 15 16 19, 20 23, 24, 26- 29. 30. 33. and 34 of
1.8,9, ,
timeR his last wife, who
price $2.50; now . . . .x.: . . three was I i! P. A. VANS AGNEW
formerly Miss Alice Roberts of Hills- W. H. King's Sub-division of Lot 57 of the Florida Land &: Improvement -

Men's Caps regular price i $1.50; $ 1 .29'j aoro, Tenn., Is still living and was I ATTORNEY-AT.L.\W l Company's. Addition to the Town of Kissimme City. Oceola
the time his death: County.
now . :'. :... . . . .v:. . . . . with him at of Mrs. S. OFFICES '
lie leaves five children. W. t Wiater Park Florida II Lots 2'to 15 intrusive\ of Saunders Sub-diriilon of Lot.65 of the,,(
Hippopotamus Shed Water Shoes, 5.98' Jones of Orlando( ; Hugh D. Dollin" of I I Florida) Land &: Improvement Company's Addition to the Town of,

regular price $6.98; .now. . '. .. .. of Washington Roanoke,Va.D.; C.Mrs.; Thos-John A.W.Dolllns Jones, : Kissimmee, Oiteola County.... _, ..t!j/

High Ace Shoes 'regular price of .Orlando: and Lieut. Carl} W.. Dol-. t tH 0 tO 000 C. 0 Lots '1, 2, 3, 5, to fir-inclusive, of Waters &: Carson Sub-division of
$9.48 lins, of Orlando. 4 4 Block "ZL" and 19" of Robert Bass' Addition to the Town of Kls-

$11.00; now . . . . . . . . . ----. -- 4 TURNER M1RBL: & GRANITE! 00 Fimniee City, Osceola County

Lion Brand Shirts, with collars, $ 1 89 I I <(10 COMPANY-, TAMI'A <<000 00Co Begin at the SE Corner of Block 4, of Robert Bass' Addition to the
MONUMENTS) O Tcwn of Kissimmee City Osceola County; run North 160 feet, West
regular price $2.50 now. . . . .
; Helped BabySurvive
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4 4 p:> (Vet, South 150 feet east 95 feet to beginning.E
Sweet Orr Corduroy Pants regular fr\ M. J. Crov der, Agent, Kissimmee 4
$4.98 His 4 4e *, of Lot 1 of Block "0" of W A. Patrick's Addition to the

$6.50 . . . . Town Kissimmee Osceola
price ; now . . 4444{ 40444! 490GM.}44-x->i of City, County.
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U. S. Army Shoes regular price : First Winter I --. ------- - The West half of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast luurterWj
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$4.19 :" :-: : (-<")': :-:-:-X"H''O;-) ,
of S\V. of Section Township Twenty
: NEV4) of Thirty ((30))
$ .OO ; now . . . . . . . . . . : \ :South> ) East.
foe6)( Range Twenty-nine ((29))
fray: iin Ih.r kr."' t'' .t Her 4 M. TILLER | : )
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Saif-ti Shoe regular price $5.95 :f ,101"" I I If a.htICaron'' M t I" .i i
; $4.98Department j Real Estate i The Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter (SE' of NE')
i 1,111 ou. 'i F''" <11 iailv tUiX 'I.I'I.';' ''''') f Agency :
r now . . ; of t'I i' "ar s.th :. HI U . <. "I ,. :. of Section Thirty-six (36)), Township Twenty-five ((25) South, Range
'lulu fi r It Iti'4... tllllL o6', I, It,. ',/ .> LIFE-N: .\'II)EST <. I'\\entj-cf\cn <27)) Jo ast.Blo .
Inr. ts.ay,! !" 'ntlle ,t.-. .r . .. IIKF. .;.
KANNER'S i ;pr. \/.1.,' i t.1; ". < atalt4.nJn..Ir"ap I I't 4: J' \ to 8 inclusive Lots One ((1)I ) to Four <4)) inclusive, and
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,,1',' a < .r. ',i jit m< I itii. '. 'I.. I Ii. 4 J Lots Eight ((8)), Nine (SI). Ten ((101) arid Twelve (12)) of Block Nine
I IH lin"uJt, 10 1 1..lt'.nhv i \\'.i mtlin : .I 1 :it, } ..... ............ ...... .. .. inclusive < Eleven
1 , -:-: : : :-: ; : : ; : ; ; :-:--:-:-; :-:-: :'> ui>pb| :I <1 \ith I Ii ..._ _ :_
fr'-)h "I Ir. - - - u ((11)) and Twelve ((12): ) of Block 10 ((10)); Lots One < 1)) to l Fivj ((6inclusive )
i pure 1'10"11) Tc i thln.x'''i"ox i'a 1 Its! \ ..1'.r 1 tutiC.nxUuj KISSIMMEIC\ PLUMIUNG: ., and Eight ((8)), Nine ((9)!I), Eleven (11)) and Twelve ((12)) of
Store (,, ,iictlur. ")I'vvltl. i\.. r ]J'l'k.! Eleven (11)); Lots One (1)) t9 Four (4)) inclusive and EightS
)l':Ml. )' 111. IiOIll. ,'f lll<.111 llllll "lit. I "Ie I I SIIOP > ) to Twelve ((12)) inclusive, of Block Twelve (12)) : All of Whittier,
1 1.< i u'IM' It h. 1'H] 'In ki"i )I' 1.,i \ a.ll I .Iceordng< : | to the recorded plat thereof on file in the office of the
119 BROADWAY : KISSIMMEE, : illlll KM\\ltlK', .MlK; .Vf 1:. Hill Oft'lutrlf Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola County, Florida.All .
( .,!:'''. X <*,. w tlloh: i Nothing Too Big i
"Ti i tliln.i I li lust ";1)1"nlh! It Itni t
, of. Blocks One (1)), Two ), Five and Six ((6)): All ofI'lock
1' 444404440444 444 oXoo{ h.lprd:. niv 1011"" > tlifou:li lu> fir : : Nothing Too Small ( ((2) ((5))
\\Int.r und l the flab)' Jlo"ld.tl I is : o : Nine ((9)!>) : Lots Two (2)), Three ((3)), Four ((4), Six ((6) analSeven
lit> .Infill.. ." ((7) of Block Ten ((10)) : Lots Two ((2)) and Three ((3): ) of Block
Tiilhlrm li sold by all .ilrit|?>ri.l'tfo. Fourteen 14)):: All of Bass' Re-Subdivision of Ross' Addition to
or send 30c to the \Iorfttt l-.l ora- All Work GuaranteedTo Florida.
the Town of Kissimmee City, Osceola County,
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tor. Columbus cju for u jmi-Hujrc
t( and {nil booUlu-t! about bublia.!, Be Satisfactory .
Lots Fifteen ((15)) and Sixteen ((16)) of Block "I" of the Re-su'' -
division! of Mathews Addition to the Town of Kissimmee City, Os<'eIu -

City Tax Notice READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE I 5 Broadway : Telephone 143 (< County Florida.

_. _ Lots Fifty-three ((53)) to Fifty-six ((56)) inclusive, of E. L. Lesley's
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\ Addition to the Town of Kissimmee City, Osceola County, Florda.

1 ryb NE'i of NW'/i of SEW of Section 30 Tp. 61 S. Range 42 En-t.
comprising of ten acres more or less, Brevard County.

The city tax books of Kissimmee, Florida, win. sopte Lots 10, 11, 12, of Block 5 of Orange Center, according to the recorded :-
Mcetix. Plat thereof, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
be in the ,hands of the City Clerk and Tax Collector I dr Orange County


'; s on and after-sThursday, November 1, 1923, for the latS. If you are interested in any of these properties, submit your offerto
any of the undersigned

r Collection of Taxes for 1923. Five Percent Dis- J. McPHATTER, Kissimmee, Fla.J. .
M. DUNCAN Dover Fla.
count will be allowed for early payments, dating W J. STEED, Kllllimmee, Fla.S. .
')hose delicious j ill I B. OWEN Box 13, Tampa, Fla.

from Thursday, November 1, to Friday, November 1
I also will have to-offer in the next few weeks, a list of Judgmentsand
hot pancakes accounts receivable in this estate.
30, 1923.
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S. B. OWEN,
r.., dosaiisrv.j' RECEIVER FOR WATERS CARSON GROCERY. COMPANY, ;
i NO DISCOUNT AFTER NOVEMBER 30, 1923 SUn. .,- KISSIMMEE.. r
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r&t 'IJ."iR. GILBfRTCify I ' Hecit.44'our SEND: 'YOUR DRESSES, RUGSi DRAPERIES) etc.'l:':;.

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n t :'/ 4' w: < :Tffx: ,tfojlecfa J'v iIJ 'pl''A.NC..A T .E: : ',;.T.O'"lT; } : '. $. , Largest; BestDyefng' : and Cleanlng"Pl."South.z
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Let's' Make Our Valley Known NARCOOSSEE NOTES: I The suit of TO F,FEDERAL H. Lawson COURT rs. the

..4....... .......4... western Union Telegraph CpJ' for EATS .
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: '.,000 damages has been transferred
This' little town of Narcoogsec, to the' United States district court,
which' is the terminus ''of the Sugar from' the circuit F
court of the "seven
the Belt Railway, and Oust flftten miles teeflth circuit, Kissimmee. U
to WorldTHE Transcriptof The Corner 'o'f '
east of KiHlmme ;) and five 'miles record was filed Wednesday with Grocery. is the home. '
east! of St. Cloud, wilt,i again come the clerk of the federal ,.court In .
into prominence after;: a Rip Van 'Tampa. .. '' good things to eat.
I'c0u Winkle slumberof. 'some! _twenty The plaintiff charges' that a telegram -
: ;; years and once more'be known at the reporting the death of his Son, ,
hub of the best trucking; farming and Wfelter Lawson, In an airplane ac- Get our prices before buying. r,
ONLY DAY TODAY citrus groves in Florida; for the people cident'at'Dayton, 0? sent to him at ... ..- ,4,
here so declared on Saturday, Kissimmee, was. never delivered.
October 20, by organizing a Board of Knight, Thompson & Turner of Tan
I Trade, and there is. not a person here, pa are attorneys for' the defendantand .
There Is no such thing as fear. So-csned fear is
absence
simply
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man, woman or child,. who I* not Lewis O'Bryan represents the P. R. PRIVET
of courage-: There la no such thing tomorrow
a* its a promise. whole heartedly entering into the plaintiff. Tampa Tribune. t
There is no such thing as yesterday-yesterday la a closed grave. movement of progreas, which will
But there ts such a thing as TODAY and unless you take advantage lead. on to prosperity and plenty for REV. II. L.CIIII WILL PREACH

of this day, this hour, and begin this moment, )'ou'are toeing every In this one vicinity living or owning property CHRISTIAN CHURCH SUNDAY Phone 36

not only valuable time, but you are losing the power to begin The meeting Saturday was not a
which is worth more than the hour. well advertised, still there was a good Both morning and evening services
No man ever released himself from a robber or .rea Ollrei himself attendance of the leading citizens will be held at the First Christian .
and when the object and aims of such church next Sunday. Rev IIL.. '
out of street fight without action. A
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you to sit down long an organization were explained by S.J Veac.h, of Lakeland will preach in
enough, and think over a proposition, the proposition will whip youno F. Triplett a motion wan unanimously the morning at 11 o'clock, and in the j
matter how simple it is- carried, naming C. E. Allgood as evening at 7:30. The public is cor- I z
chairman, and Victor II. Hill aa sec dially Invited to attend. I BASS CONSTRUCTION; "COMPANY'CONTRACTORS

Osceola County is today on the threshold of the retary. After a general discussion of KISSIMMEE r ,.'

greatest era of expansion and prosperity ever heard 'what united could effort be in the accomplished way of better by a OPENS DRUGGIST ORLANDO-'STORE AND BUILDERS- .,

of-An army of workers will be here looking for roads, better school facilities and better WOOD BRICK STONE .
, conditions generally, the membership R. ,
G. Minick, of the Uexall drugstore
and business
homes opportunities ARE YOU 1'01was\ opened and not a man last Saturday opened a new STEW) ; STUCCON.
MAKING THE MOST OF TODAY? present failed to subscribe his name.A drug store on West Church street in F. BASS <1ft.T JACK BASS
committee on constitution and bylaws OrlandoMr.. Minick and his family 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue;
consisting of Victor Hill, Kirby will continue to reside in Kiasimmee.
Smith and S. J. Triplett/ was appointed -
with instructions to report at a ---.--- --- - ---- ----- -- ---- --- .
CO-OPERATION meeting to be held at the store of ,ooX<.:S{ aSfi SkY444 6.}+M >OOo.ot.*.**.. "*o* "e"0"0". ,*.."0. ''t'tY
Hill & Co., when a permanent organization '

Co-operation I* an alliance of ambition silent partnership in will he perfected, Saturday i.
night November 3, at 7:30: p. m..
prosperity. Without co-operation you puncture the pay-roll parllI and a complete list of officers elected. YOWEll-DREW CO.
I 7)70. progress tall succeas.
When mrn'j minds run parallel with the principles of fairness 1\"'-=. F. W. Hill after a most delightful -
, and equity-"with the plans of prosperity-" when corporation have summer spent with relatives' i tf
, ami lends i in Los Angeles, )Denver "Quality Did It" Orlando Florida
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, concurring current of cooperation you-will find a clan .of rco..ultI'd and Mi-mnhis+, returned to her homh"IP ,
, I prN that can make competition sit up and take notice. Sunday! : niph' At Denver NIle '"
,. Jive an organization the co-operation of Ita men, the rood will. visited hel- daughter/ :Mrs. Clain! ;'f..
. the consclent'ous. service of ita employes and you have a permanent Buckley, and At Memphis with her A M

.I Ir |..uwrr for good. son C., Lieut.K. Aliar-wii T'ro.i:: 11 ill.spent( H couple of! :: You Are Coming to the Circus? kf
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Ic t The xhouldcr- hluldeor' idea of !individuals in what. puts the days the past week prospecting at ,
,iinh! in any enterprise. lla'ne1-' City and, Sanford, hut conrluded k
c.> hat K'licoossce was the favored Yes ? Well, Come to See Us Too!
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pliH-i1 for a I'-an to l inn n happy, .
t lortfiitc-d! und I proNpl'rous'lif.
> Mis t June ('adman, ,yon Reginald 1 1 We really are having a sort of a "Circus" all the time, most of all just

1> Keep Your Eye on the I and to l their dnujlhtprIarjorr.Narrss
1Y of several months in KnglaiH. The X
, Cadnuin grove here is considered ah ; The Toy Shop is a great place, in fact the greatest Toy Shop in Cen-
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTETHEY'RE of the heat in the state.
one Mr. and :'III''". R. :M. Johnson have : tral Florida. It has been enlarged until it now occupies the largest part of

returned to their home in Hearne bur third floor It's none too early to make your: Christmas selections.
j,\... Texas', after a brief visit here with
their daughter; Mrs. Victor Hill. Mr.
Johnson was receiver of the defunct So, make "Circu's Day," Saturday, Oct. 27, a "Show .Day" and let us '
04.00C.OO 4+""?PS 4S:5 P04P444WIIOOPE First National Bank at St. Cloud show all
and was here to make his annual report you the new things' in every department Furniture, Rugs; and

to the comptroller of currency. Dishes : Glorious Silks or Ready-to-Wear Apparel for Men, Women and ,;
Lew Matchett, a regular winter t,
I resident of Narcoossec, arrived last Children. '
week from his summer home In Indiana -
and ,han resumed the pleasure Many Departments have arranged "Circus Day" Specials and we will a
of taking/ bass and other frame fish'
from Luke East Tohopekaliga. endeavor to serve you in more than a satisfactory manner.
Miss Anna Deibner is here from ,1
Boston for a stay of several months
with her friend Miss Cadman. .
COMINGFirst Victor Hill spent Monday transacting -
business at Jacksonville. When Your Home Town Merchant Cannot Supply You, See'I;
Mr. and Mrs. S. .J.< Triplett, alter ",
an absence of seven years, are back ; '"." ,
at Narcooasee, and are occupying COMPANYfcV : "
Annual Florida Cow Boys'' 'heir home on Main street.. YOWELL-DREW .
Another truck is, added to the, list ,.. ,.'
of those engaged in hauling at this ; "' , \

and Cow Girls'Round-Up Carl nlace,Tyson.the addition being,. made by ooooocooooo ooo o..oo.. oo.o.ooooo.o..o.ooooo..ooo..o..o.. Oto..o..oo..

and Reunion Erner.t: Young, who has for sometime -- - - - - - .
been working on the road Orange -
county it building from Orlando C';) cOD o.J Q9 6i.)
to the Oscpola, county line and .. . '
ORLANDO NOV. AND 8All which will come within throe milesof ,. ,,
6,1 N arroC! with. his. family and enjoying the deli Mr. Lee of Leesburg Proved
!ht of driving over this section in ',

and invited to take in the paradeand his flivver. Coke Heaters Good
Florida cow boys cow girls part -------- Insurance
in the local contests!( Many cash prizes. Thrills and fug for OVERHOLTZFR GROVE AT NAK. r}

everybody. Milt Hinkle and his famous cow boys and cow girls with COOSSEE;; SELLS FOR $30,000: k\ Mr. J. C. Lee,prominent grower and shipper of
Leesburg Florida marketing
bucking homes, steers, bulls,buffalos, mules goats, etc., will be pre Nnrcooshce, Fla., Oct. 24.-Tha citrus fruits under the
"Pride of
Florida"
ent. Also Mildred Douglas,world's champion bucking horse rider. There citrus proves. at Narcoossee ar. regarded brand, says_ \ "'01tC
will contests including bucking Ford, wild horse and among the most valuable! in "In the fall
be bucking a } of 1921, I purchased of your four hundred -
Florida was evidenced (the past week company (400)
mule races, steer bulldogging, comedy races, rope throwing::, fancy when W. H. Overholtzer sold his :30 coke heaters, placing them at a distance of approximately five feet from
thrills and fun for everybody. Don't miss it! Orlandol2ir t7
hooting, acre prove to Mr. Moses, of Apopka the trees and Q
Grounds, November 0, 7 and 8. Auspices Orlando Realtors. for $30,000:: without th'e fruit now on forty ((40)) beaters to the acre. I had no occasion to lee them
i the trees, which is valued at $10,000 in the fall of 1921 or spring of 1922, but they proved to.be very valuable

oooco.ooooooo oo.cRubber **0 ** 48M+4+rP price While to pay this for is regarded a small prove n* a good it is .. insurance to me as I held my fruit on trees until April and sold It for just r

not unusual in or around Narcoossee, twice as much as I could have sold for in the fall or early spring. *
as the soil here being high! oak hammock .J
the kind that produces the most "If I had not had the heaters, would not have taken the chance of

fruit at less expense than nny other l' holding it so long. In February, 1923, I had occasion to use the heaters
vicinity. Those who have made a and was well pleased with the
results. Raised the
in
temperature
StampsWe study of citrus tree are free to fay my grove
that few places in Florida offer the twelve ((12)) degrees in a very short time and held this temperature all during ,

the advantages Kucrl'sKfulCrowing that/ Narcoossee of both does for oranges the night. I consider these coke heaters the very best of insurance

are prepared to take orders for any kind and II'rRpef'uit. and well worth the investment." ,
The Overholtzer originally -
Iron was
of Rubber Stamps, Dates or Pads owned bv Judge\ G. F. Kribbs. j You, too, will find this protection of great value. Use of coke heaters

who some eight years ago sold it to Q will protect your investment, save crop, trees, bud and blossom. Send the f
C. W. Bruns, who in turn sold it toM
Overholtzer. a L9 coupon in today. o
Kissimmee Valley Gazette .

I KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I LAURA SPEAK JEAN-REID HERE- -WILL THURSDAY Skinner Machinery Co. t

On Thursday noon, November 1. 8 "ia
Laura l Jean Reid director of child e : Box 119 Dunedin, Florida .
- -- -- -- welfare of the State Board of Health,
oo'oooo'ooo'o'0'ooooo"o'OO'0004oot..ooooooooooo.FOR will address the Chamber of Com- .
merce. At 3:30 p. m. of the same Bxrrlo Department, ,
manner
Machinery Compaor.
I day, Mrs. Reid will address thevomen's Dunedln' Jl'Jorl4&
SALE organizations at the Chapter e
Send Information about heater equipment required ( '
House. to prot.ot mr arove..
\ Mrs. Reid is a welfare worker of .

Dwelling\ house at corner of Vernon Avenue and Hughey national repute many of her plans M 1 I .bare .?......? acrea la pores Tarletlcev 1, I
adopted for general work at
were
Streets. Large front living room, dining room, library, pantry conference of welfare
he recent
kitchen and large screened porch on first floor. Four large bedrooms workers held in Detroit, Michigan. ............-......................__.4.\\I ....... W

tub and shower bath and three-side exposure sleeping Not> often is, Kissimmee given the .

porch upstairs. Two.car garage In rear of lot. For sale at bargain,, opportunity to hear a speaker vital.as gifted N.... ....._...--.r....... ..........._...
and with a message so _

price. See or write- ) child. Mn.welfare G. W.work Best in is this chairman county. of It A.rI .. ............., ........................... ', :!

W: 3. CRAWFORD, Orlando; Florida 4.. is greatly desired that a large audience -
will avail themselves of the opBortonlty -> 5-

- , .... .. .. '.' " . to hear Mrs. Reid and also : J\ :
"t thus to give inspiration and approvalto r"a : .. :
Mrs. Best who IB untiring in her
SKIMMER
'r :GEORGIA.. 'UlCrdR'ATE'' : Hayne. Brlnspn 'jn,th Pilley buildand'Mwilenti : -. effort for. the public good- .., ,
" IN ,KISSIMMEE OFFICE )' ". FRIJ'P.
, Ink; /:' believe to. tbcferowth.or'AJaa 'J .J t,

fj'f d'Dn :Wfl:>:E eit*.?lrO mN lhyiUe' ; 'I mmee. men. children..the7came '',The .Gis.tte'. -'late..pepirtmentIs
h thet.lled' Buc '
1 1r j' *>rgi a" arrlwl in> Kia.immee'Iast' ; ere? > have'btcre-** eq ilpped.to do all kinds of.job printslag' of Ff
k,' ,hU.iamilyand.har nted Since-their skrrfrstl ; : M1.- P
with ; wK hvtncbeen of'isbort notice andat.reasonable .. e
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'to a }. ,
life Nalr, Carson' fco -'on'Bfo>adway. ed the umber ; - -r-r// -fi sr rr .v
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price .
week.
born' this
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. I-I ,TOUR KISSIMMEJB: VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28, U2S

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"hootch "commit a brutal crime The SANFORD WILL PLAY' I S ... '\'!" "
-- K1SS1MHEE VALLEY GAZETTE responsibility i I. shifted so far as _, K1331MMEE TODAY ,

the spokesmen of outlawry can accomplish Continued' from Pac On.) I
BUBLISHBD BT that from the man who Kissimmee started the game kicking <

_ .TUB' X1SSIMMEK.,VALLET GAZETTE. sold the poison to the law which prohibits to 'Yearwood on his \'fifteen' yard The Business:

BVKRY FRIDAY FLORIDA. the sale of that poison under line, with Wilson topping him after Young Man n"i i
I K1S81MMKE. .
cover of/i legality. a six yard run-back. Godwin skirted ,,

V. H. "HAniUS -_."-....-Prcildcnt, It is the fixed policy of the enemiesof left end for 25 yards, Yearwood went '.. .
I H., (). VANS AGNEW.......8.cretaryLLISON the prohibition law to encourageand through guard for 9, and a fumbled ..
.* T. FRENCH._._.-.._Editor foment its violation, and then to forward past lost a yard. Simmons ,

SUBSCRIPTION MATES present .exaggerated reports of the recovering for Fort- Meade. Mikel

On. Copy On. Tear..............f I.00 extent"of those violations as a reason made 6, Godwin 8, and Kelley 2, then 'fOR'SALE
One Copy, HI' Ix Month.--,.-.*.._. 1.00 for its repeal. In their hearts they I Fred Lupftr threw Yearwood for a -. '
___._ ..__ .60 One of. the best things i youn businessman
Month
One Copy. Three ? believed the law to be hurtful to so- 2 yard loss. Seal broke up Godwin's FINE!!: LITTLE FARM about 1-4 mile S r

(Ent.red at the postofflce at Kl..lmmee ciety as a whole they would give it i end run with no gain then from a from. good high school trucking:' nearly: land 8:acres 0 room extra learn is the habit.- Get.
I Florida. a* second-clam matter.) the test of rigid enforcement, confir I[fake punt formation Godwin threw a house/, garage, chicken house and can bank., ,acquainted -

1 dent that.the result would arouse sufficient beautiful 20 yard forward pans to some young trees;,: /good property{ )
All communication* except from au- Immediate. possession. $2600 Terms.BHOOM. with banks and banking laws.
disapproval to secure who made ten morn. Ivey
fhorlKett c< -epomlents must bo sign public 'Keller COTTAUE, water, lights, ,
ed by he writer.. ;>repeal. But it has never been subjected hung off to the left of the field, 'Godwin bath large lot 60x200 feet*, Karafre;
Rejected. matter called. wU()for.be returned If to such a test. Neither loyal threw him another Icng pass and 16 bearing; orange frrapetrult. and The success .and permanence of your

and law-abiding obedience, nor rigid he went over for, the touchdown before tangerine trees; chicken house;
fronts on Hue! brick rOAd; career will depend it. This bank
property
Foreign Advertising p..t.ttYO II I and unflinching! enforcement has been. the locals could get their hands good location; Rood neighborhood; upon

[I THEAMERICAN PRC5 SaOCIATION! ':' | !Riven it in those sections frojtn which ,on him Keller kicKc-d .goal from 12000. ICHny trims welcomes the business
close. inpltdtd man.MerchantsandFarmers.
the clamor for its repeal rises the placement.Bullock KXTHA FINE r-KOI'KRTY. young
most loudly. The? fact can only be received the ball from the ,. ) house, modern fine ornaimtitulshrubbery 7 looms'
lawn and
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1923 explained upon the theQry that the kickoff on his 18 yard line !and returned beautiful. lots of benrlnn trees, 'i .
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wet know well that the operation of it 27 yards. Sqiiires hit center delightful home; garage for two .

I the law would be hurtful only to those for 3, Hankins fumbled but recovered -. oars. Immediate po. 's..lo" Price

Commissioner :McRne says :Marion\! who profit by its violation, and obnoxious -' losing,. five. Squires made 12 more 2V4$70(10.,AORKS( :Busy extra terms Rood lAnd. highly '
county in Florida accessi- those whose the line. O. fiom (hi
is the only only to appetites picking holes through Improved about 7 blocks
ble bv boat to both the Atlantic ocean are their worst .nemies.-Chris-I Brown- substituted for McClure Lup. court house; house fully n..d"I'n..
I and the Gulf of Mexico. Mr. McRae tian I fer. Bullock bucked to first down. fruits and well everything house Insured extia" for tlniftowlnw 0. r Bank

forgets that Osceola ('ounthas the Sciencelt.ronitor.'o Bandy made one on a fake punt, and 000. Fnvornble terms Cap di-al direct
''J Kissimrnee river to Lake Okeechobee, Bullock plunged eleven yards for another with owner. ,
and thence to West Palm Beach or + + first down. Hankins netted six 12\1 I \ ACHKS extra. One for poultry nniloranBPH OF KISSIMMEE
:
Fort Myers, aa the boatman may '* TilE WATCHER on a cross tackle buck, Kissimmee 'S 40 bearing, some; orange minor trees.linprovenu Pi InJu $'4II<' .
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choose.-Titusville Star-Advocate. + + fumbled, losing the ball on their 26 ..t. 2 miles from city limits ThisIs ,
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+ $ + + + + + + + + + + + ++ yard line. Lupfer broke through and a desirable. milc property... from city limits, "; ,
EXIT TilE PESSIMIST! F1V11 FARM 2 I
held'Ycnrwood to one, yard, Yearwook frosting on fine brick road l*>..,lIn't
for the 'cn1am- T pe pure. food act of California forbid and Keller made 31 yards on double Into town, 260/ acres well fenced .". .

These are badaya costs oat ing turnips because it passes, with Squires stopping the last mostly. practically now; hoavy 4- '.'.. ::.' '. . :. ."" :
nnd -- -j
is well. An ofunprcc"dl'l1te butter taste of wire around pnatiiro
ity howler. It era makes!' the milk and The point linrli
j for small srams. quar-
two plays fenced. holt tlKlit I 000,1! soil 1
prosperity' factv ''Ot- that delectable) ( vegetable. Just think' ter ended with the ball in possessionof 25 ww acreH bniri, ,, nrnirr, and oxtra 1C0nti --- .. - ,
ceola county. It has been coming; for of the law-makers of a great state, Foit Mcade on Kissimmee's 41 house of 5* nlc looms .. ell f\lriilnh-,
Krave. c'ljrnifipl 'fellows and :some of ".1. Inclinllntc( a $li'!( '( piano p1 liirolnK .
some time. It could, be "felt." Nowit solemn yard line ,, them liilil headed, meeting in J1V T h C 1rr"1t
.
Second (QuarterKeller ,' 1 III 111'11,1 of cillli-) 2 .r P s C JC1.
is tangible. Business i is !jfood Favorable at the bohest) of the people nrKOftil
assoml'K ;, bucked\ to first: down following -, hl,'h are "urit'ul milk row 5. spin
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response to the suggestions/ and eniplovinir their time passing _lIn the c.hlU'ing'Vood!<. Lupfer niuliH. WIlIC..n.I hit' r mm. ..s. filmuiir -. ,

of bonding/ for streets and for schoolhouses act to prevent old inoolcy] cow from ,stopped Ycnrwood/ with! u :smnll o< gain, I 000 tool1, i.vi.\tliliiK 1 ki"eH at $ ln'" Licensed Funeral. Directoron

munching I turnips'! end, for 11 I . fly Htntiunnlxlr Star, and Chapel
has been almost unanimous, i I Godwin went around light Id .%<'1U its.: 1 1-4 mil from '
see I ,IInl ihuii'iIfi :'
and overwhelming majorities ill, favor ,\ 11"\\" 'lwper in the north recentlyall yard nnil Keller through the 15:line yards for I flni.' lllKhvav l l.smIrig)" ,, (.l innui mliiiol I 111ounu .*"* 0; z,.r, -on- A .r.. Sympatlrlic. Strflim It R."Jrr.JSt.wart
8. Fort ;Meade penalized I 1..11.1. 4-iiMtinhouHi ,
Kru\i- *r<>oi| All Pair."
: of both are indicated.' (',"
One of the things which brought I c" <'slinp: w.is being printed on I Hajni<- substituted) ( D.ilton! for God; 1.win. > If .1",1.1'.1. Kiltimmtm High Grade Antulance Sen'ice at Call
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> 1 1:1".1 1 < 'nil'ir.'Imm ,
There'spk'ntv ,
< made1<1 of sas nfias .M'HH1* < \tri( : flin" :
r in
'nrds out
p.ip ]) 30 1() to<1 .
KcOlopuntcl: .
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the optimism has been( f i tlUnlt11l '
about present if ui.SLIfIZt.s, .in Florida all I llv, llinllH, line (Office Z49 I'llONKS: Rn.ldi.noe.: TI
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< Kissimmee's ball on own 'I"I*"" ,
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of bound >ll ll\ 1 :Vl W Vim |ltlt\I ,
the, disappcHi'ance of the opposite. rijrht. !hut: they. am umg itI" a I mttm, tHtiil ..
I:2! yard line. Handy J punted 38 yards. |1". r .,n '. pavaMo inortt
The pessimist is occasionally! lu-anl
but only occasionally] Nobody: : loves I print Unpir of it,t The reporter n'I'II.t'Y and Kolhr hit tin u !lit i-nd, cf tholine1 S pi..d>% ltr\l.lt --_-5.7__ -<<-,
to 5': 'aw'I: ;I'a' -, but l" 'irir[ something for :SnMler, !'t..ppmJ. |! sir: !I""n.u" i-,n .i\\ iii-i"i % .
niiutici', .
-lf.) I'oi
him nil It .
him he doesn't! lo\(' ( ,, ... '.'- -------
that,' the -
I t (Or << PIM t ho "u-pogmzed( : him tinnc, \; play fur a two > ani. ..1"", 4 Illl" St Ullt\\ $ I HI' 1 p" (Ih. 11
that reason we reprint the, following, d'1 rlivmuil", and rottmif, his in Nllllll, N\ 1 V **,l' I I,1: I I'-,',,, lll\l I
tno \\i- < T.atci,' *1 .
lie] :
loss on a pn > piss >. l.iiuln. FI.j III' i
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which found! its way to our desk from I Ilour'e : S ipna's' mix!' I he wrote >--assnfias! by; Learudii c 1 t tti Simmois! 1 netted five" 1, l'i il.\ 1'al; 1.tI: K. I \ 4';,21:;1 .I Ii. .

unknown. Hem it j i,,: ,'mistul.i1. yaid". Killc'r] dailo! 1'! on end run --- - -- - -. S a1 R CLAY
Life Clm,, mill I ,iss. 111,1Ir".I .
"5r'- ( i ht In Human I mil! "SM.r uii" s.j'
Kiseimmee line held I on
and then 1 the l '
in !
today'sbusiness 1
Thebiggest liability I k l 1..11.1 II..1f' St <'lnnil l''i'|'" <
Prohh\! li,.' most vivid I I illustration I I
I : ''its line ami Rot the ,4 I Ii' t'ilha
rcconstiuction is the yawping own fou yard s"J lo. J1 mi .pi r HIM e \\1 i HI i iI
pessimistic! individual who sees of tht Ioi of human life that has ball on ,
only the dark spots; the bilious, nar \tt' l1pppalP\> (i > from an address" !giv.r : vaid1from, behind hi. /goal I line, and ..1"AI.I'-Ahll"l" - -foit\, -'- 'S .1H. I 1.I 1.- Garage and. Machine ShopS
"I bv-I, .I.iiTies (G. Gilkey before the ;; all Ht .. .
row-minded draw-back who is actually BulliUk( Snyder', and : ('111,1'1'1' on horn hi'us It''INn !Lh."t'tift., I n. > U
total loss and should! be Iwrthfipld Conference. a part ofhi.h hand to st.p'. Marsh in his tracks.Campbell I ,rein II H i Hudson., .."".01:11. 1 Klislmmoe ( .
a .
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could 4'-2tx
} follows: "Suppose! they I _, L
charged off as such without a mmute's - \* ) .Inoke. through and spoiled ,
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'I consideration. becin t( mT'ow Jr.orningtw'nty at.. a Yc-arwoo'l' buck, Keller made 5, and roll--SXLr-- -Hv ow in-r.- -oinof, tl?>.. )>o.tlittlo I II TO CLA Y cI: THOMAS

,s' lie suffers, not alone from a disor- a time march all clay long without a (the half ended with the ball on Kis- I truck ,snd ln-rry fuiuis., in Ill I II t tnlminc
the line. First the dead of nliily 10. I II
)hreak nice hunii
in line Fort Meade'spossession. e. ullh
ijmmcc' 1(1( in
yard
dered liver and stomach trouble but
at I Sothlnw better In thlK si>ctlon I
Britain. There they go, twenty a cntod. Farming Machinery
of mental disease I :
: has an accute attack a break in If you want to save money ,
not
sunset
dawn to a
time.
known as failuritis. I Second( Half deal direct with. and IId.I,," "' |
He is a fool, happy and harmless the line, Monday Friday-ten, Tuesday, Wednesday for-I I Coach Haynie changed! his line up Owner Itoute 2. Hiix BJ Klsslmmee. 46-4IX. I i, Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt
days
I' only when the weather of his own Thursday, : bringing! Simmons to half andut, Florida.
greedy commerce is fair. But when the British leail to pass in review! ,I ting Dalton in at right tackle, Hayesat FOR 8AIK OH TIIVDK-Ford ton

thunder clouds gloom his commercial Then the dead of France. Twenty at (center and Sheretz at right end. truck, worm drive., with four good

sky, he becomes a coward, a would- a time the ,line dawn eleven to sunset days, for not them a breakin to I lIankins received the ball on his 11 tires Enquire a< Monrou TlmmnsQaragrc 45-Hn BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF 'CARS
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be poisoner of brave men's minds. yard line and ran it back 30. Squires
To his suspicious mind, a concern' pass! Then the dead of Russia. Great I the line .for 11 yards fumbled, FOR RALE:-nest cash offer takes. mv
temporary lull in business strapping fellows from the plains of jhit Seal recovered. Squires and Bul- home In Kissimmee Rlx lnr(Aropms.
screened porch. bath electrinity -
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; means sure and certain, "insolvency," Siberia and eastern Europe twentyat lock each made 3 yards and Bandywas !garage; property( clear Good

m bank restriction of loans betokens a time. dawn to sunset. not a thrown for a two yard I loss.! : Ban title. M. Matthews, 21 Drury' venue I ------- ----- --
"financial catastrophy;" an in- break in the line-thirty-five day for I dy punted 30 yards and :Seal: stopped ., corner Church. 45-ltr
the Russian dead to And then LOST
dustry's pause to regather momentum pass Keller in his tracks. Fort Meade FOIt 8AL)' My homp 122 Kmmett.
spells a 'cataclysm.' the dead of Germany. Those men penalized for having twelve men on treet.Apply. to Mr*. Fred H Gilbert LOUT-: Kissimmee, October. 10. Red FIvAL.anT9.!
Closely examine the pessimist gossip loved life as much as you or I. They the field. Keller and Mikel made 9 or-aeo. F. Parker. Okeechobee.. Cross official representative's pin :

he circulates and what do you were sick.of the war, they wanted to yards and Kissirrrmee got the ball on Florida. . . 4t-4tx Finder leave at Gazette office and

c, find? Whispered falsehoods, warmed get home. There they go now, twenty < downs. Bullock hit the line for four FOR BALK-.It acres, good title with receive. reward. 46-tt OUH HUtoOOUO 000'000 ,
I and until at a time, dawn to sunset, not a lost on double -room house; artesian well; loo Poemellavenue --
over over again they area yards, Bandy one a LOST-.A pearl necklace on NORTHBOUND'
Ii of break in the line-forty-two days for made three on cross fruit trees. Located at west end ofJmmett or Broadway, on Monday, .*
stale smelly mess nothing! pass Squires and 21-Leave KI..lmm..uO: A.M.
horse cow
Also
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the German dead to If that atreet. riot. 22. Return to Mrs. Rlng-el. 21 .
pass failed and 24-Leave Klsslmmee,10:12 A.M. ,
But buck- Forward .h.
1 your pessimist smacks his lips ,tackle pass i heifers and bull, cheap for Possell ' 41-x
parade- of spirits began tomorrow ..-1\s avenue 0-I..eave )Cissimm.e.i.. 2.27 P.M.,
her 20
,fJ over such mu k. It feeds his timid, it would take than Fort Meade got the ball on W. R. Brown. 28-Leave )Clssimme.------ S.2: ( P. M,
rabbit hearted fevered soul. To morning, more I line. Snyder hurtled at Keller
yard NEWSPAPER HOimiBOUNU
GREAT
:i pass Broadway property A
that door! BAI.F'--fI'tne
four months for it to FOR
pans then 12 Leave )Cis.Imm.e4:01 A 51.17Leave .
it along involves him in no responsi- and stopped) him with no gain containing. 8\ rooma with furniture :
* * MORNING TRIBUNE
That is the war's cost in THE TAMPA Kissimmee.10:12 AM.L.av. .
: bility. And If his Yearwood with three yards porch Modern Lot
disprove sleeping
you malicious stopped Large
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I* :1 12 51.$5Leave
Kisaimmee------ :
time -
human life What a to bring! blocks. from post office
innuendoes he is disappointed Simmons made 10 on a triple fllxllO Three ,
visibly gain. Kis.imm2:14 P M.
and Tribune is the
the spirit of Jesus Christ into international Flowing well. fruit. flowers The Tampa Morning?
disconcerted.The Simmons APOPKA DRANCII
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and Tyner stopped 610 nroad-
pass shade. Thomas A Hofers.
pessimist is the worm that relationship! with small gain. Seal threw Keller way, IClBBlmmee. Florida 42-1 tx Great Florida Newspaper, exploitingthe 111-Arrive KI..lmm..11:20 A.M.
110-Leave Kissimmee _____ 220: P. M.
) spoils the apple. for two yard loss and Seal and Lup- resources of the State and paying SUGAR HKI.T
%-
ru You and I and thousands of others YEAH WAS WORST FOR fer stopped Simmons for no gain. FOR In 8ALK*>nd-One ord<*Romlnitton r. Price reasonable typewriter particular attention to the Commercial 102-Leave Xiasimmee----- Noon1051..eve
who see the bright side of life and I DISASTERS IN THE SOUTH Yearwood made 8 on a fake punt and I'ledKer K & Davis 41-2tx Industrial Agricultural Horticultural Ki..immee..4:16: P.M.
102-Arrive Kissimmee .1 :60\ P.M.
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look far into the future feeling that Kissimmep got! the ball on downs. -- --- - - --- 104 Arrive Klsslmmen 6\ '40 P.M.
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Political and Social Eventsas
each day will bring bigger and better I The West and Southeast can no Squires lost a foot and a half on attempted FOR 8AIK< --Ollvd t\pewrltor I'erfect condition with extra 27 and 28 Is local trnln betweenBanford

: things are suffering this moment longer boast a monoploy on tornadoes end run, Hankins made 8 on Enquire wide lit carrlaKt Oazetti.' Offlce itx they occur in every Town, City and and Port Tampa ; others

from his contaminating influence and !, floods, and the many other lit- the other end and Squires bucked Hamlet in the Great State of Florida. Jacksonville.Subscribe through between. Port Tampa and

I contact. He hinders our progress toward tle practical jokes Mother Nature is the line for four to first down. The FOR BALK atb.:,-Fine.. office residence of The property VallerGaxette Send in your subscription to the;

; the business confidence that Isao prone to play on poor mortals. In ,quarter ended with the ball Kissim- Apply Kissimmee. 3-tf: hand it to local
Tribune Office
or your
k essential in the upbuilding of any spite of the boll weevil, shortage of mee's on Fort Meade's 45 yard line. -- -- For the Valley Gazette
community, from any viewpoint. rain in some sections and too muchin Last Quarter. FOR SAI.: nannna plants. Icily fina-er dealer so that you ran enjoy reading

'. 1 Ignore him. The times are entirely others, the year's crop of serious Squires got! a very bad pass and -variety, 25 cants eachV, II Harris- Florida's Greatest Newspaper. One

I too ripe with opportunities to waste disasters in the south compares favorably lost five in a near fumble. Bullock SECOND HAND OOOns. bought. sold year $8.00, six months $4.00, "threc

4 any, time, or tolerate the presence of with those of the most devastated made 6 on a triple pass. Bandy punted and repaired The Caalno 44-lf months $2.00 and one month. 75c.
I a nonenity of his caliber. areas of the country. 30 yards and Snyder stopped Kel- FiR 8A17K-Modern 4-room ijjaiow.furnished . 40-tf

I The courageous men of the hour Figures Cleaned from the annual ler with a five yard run-back Ivey lot.; 18 ;hearing bath room citrus; garage. trees.; 1 city Inquire ,

need their optimism. It is justified report of disaster work of the Red got away on another "shoe string"but ,V. J. Steed or Box 53. Saint
by every discoverable economic fact. Cros received recently, which covers Squires stopped him after he had Cloud. 26-20tx BORDEAUX MIXTURE KEEPS

I In Heaven's name, crush the worm activities !from June 1922 to June made SO yards. Keller and Yearwood FOR SALE- PEPPER LEAF SPOT DOWN
PLANTS
: ,, and by so doing render your fellow- 1923, show that in the twelve month's failed to make their distance and Kis- STRAWnBRllY Missionary and Klondyke. Grown

1,1' being a service. period there have been fifteen ser- sinimec got the ball on downs. from. frenh northern nursery stock Growers of peppers are reportingthe
ious disasters resulting from terrific Squires and Bullock bucked the line this sprlna- Three. dollars per thousand appearance of the disease knownas

i. ;,I ON LAW ENFORCEMENT storms, floods, and fires in the south, to first down. Hankins made three d'r. fob Prompt. Stark shipment. Cash and with good or- I leaf-spot to the Florida Experiment -

which destroys millions of dollars in around end and Bandy two on a dou- plants T WJlltams... Stacks Fla. Station, 'at the same time enquiring -
I There is an ancient maxim, never property took a toll of many lives, ble pass. Hankins made a yard 36-201 I for means of controlling it in

before challenged, which sets forth and inflicted serious injury to hun around end and Bandy punted 35 FOR SALIC.' For Kent. Furnished time to prevent serious los.es. r
that the way to get rid of a bad lawS dreds of people. yards across! the goal line. Fort Rooma and No Trespass Cards. 10 Spraying the plants with 4-4-50 Wh

t is to enforce it rigidly. Accepting! This year has been one of almost Meade's ball on her own 20 yard line. cents each at The Oasette. office. bordeaux mixture seems to be the V

'i .' this as a demonstrated truth, it must unprecedented natural calamities for Fort Meade made several yards and most effective means of controllingthis

f *S be believed that cannoli the opponents of the this section of the country, the report I then fumbled, Seal I recovered for Kis- LOANS disease according to the replies does 'amirror
\ Volstead law really think it a states, and has necessitated the
S simmee. Fort Meade penalized fifteen sent to the growers. In order to be
k bad law. They do not base their opposition expenditure by the organization of fh"! LOANS under Reserve System on reflect
; yards. Bandy made a yard.. city or farm property Reserve Deposit absolutely sure to control it, spraying ?
: S upon any evil results attend- over $163.1>00 in extending relief to I Squires ft and Bullock two, bringing Company, Keith Bids; Cincinnati. should commence even before the I

S ant upon its enforcement, but rather the thousands of people deprived of I the ball to within five yards of a Ohio. *4.lZIoFOR young! plants are removed from the

; upon the lawlessness and chaos which food and shelter, and left destitute touchdown. Hankins and Squired seejlbeda and continued regularly after -because the back of the j gla.sI.

1. result from its continued violation. without warning by a freak trick of I I tried in vain to put the ball over and RENT they are planted to the fields. is covered with quicksilver,

They do not set themselves earnestly nature. Relief given, it is stated, Kissimmee lout the ball on downs- This disease, according to G. F. which does not absorb light.
S to work, to see that the law shall be was administered in accordance with FOR RENT Two-room apartm..nt.with which
hi t enforced, confident that the state of a the policy of the American Red Cross. 'I The Line-Ups bath. Suitable for couple. Mrs. first Weber, associate small plant pathologist, Hence tre light rays backin
Fort !Meade Kissimmee Clay Johnson 404 VernoA avenue.46etc appears as brown spots form an image are thrown
nation sober law will be horrible and in instance
by so was every based on dark and white and bright
having margins cen reflection. Clean
to its that the actual needs of the Ivey left end Snyder
kv a spectacle people the individual. the where
law effecting that frightful result will Mentioned among! the more severe I Simmons left tackle F. Lupfer FOR RENT-Suite of !five rooms, modern ters. The leaf surrounding spots as a mirror is the home

,. be promptly repealed. Not at all. disasters in which the Red Cross has Childers left guard Campbell conveniences. Call at Gazette may be yellowish. The spots grow
'I office., or 326 New York Avenue. rapidly. The \leaves wilt and fall. The
( They devote themselves to the assidu- extended relief in the last year are Hammett center Tyner 46-tf orNo.
is and its
{S olla endeavor to violate the law as openly the destructive fire at New Bern, N. I Woods rt. guard Wilson cause a fungus spores of wind are
In easily scattered by means
t and C. December 1 which Marsh rt. tackle M. Lupfer FOR RENT-Furnl.h..d apartments
notoriously as is possible. destroyed over
); each. Call at ef- Disinfectant
suite of two rooms and rain, thus making early and 6
bribe the officials worth of Ortman rt. end Seal .
left
They intrusted with $2,600,000( property and Gazette office or 126 New York avenue fec ive preventive measures impera-
S its enforcement. They maintain their 3,500, people homeless; the hail storm Keller quarter Bandy 46-tf ; drives off dirt and disease. Certain -

corps of bootleggers to popularize the of August 3, 1922, which Jeft 173 families Godwin half JIankins FOR RENT-Two comfortably furnished tive.Since leafrspot makes its death to germy pests that I
Use of illegal liquor. just as the drug of Anderson, S. C., in need of Yearwood half Squires 3-rootn apartments with private suddenly and unexpectedly.appearance infeat house, cellar or stable. ::.
S ring employs its army of "dope ped'dJers" immediate relief; the More Haven, Mikel full Bullock bath and modern conveniences so '.'
lit to extend the ranks of the vie.t La., flood which inundated over 150 Substitutes: Fort Meade: Vaughn, W. B. Harris QaJette office. 41-tf Dr. Weber urges growers to spray Excellent for, wounds,toilet useand I'

?: ''tints 'of that cognate debasing' habit:; homes; the little town of Hamlet.. Sheretz, Dalton, Raves. Kissimmee: FOR RENT-Unfurnished room. Bee the indications plants even of the though troubue.thejrshow"This no is sick roomS Ten times more '

'S ,Nor is what they do in the dark. Miss., which was visited by two terrific O. Brown for M. Lupfer. Referee, P. R. PrlTltt. Corner Grocery. 44-tf another instance when the proverbial po-werful than, carbolic acid. t.;

f"";! .The.methods ol.,101ation of the law'may'be cyclones in as many months McPhail; Umpire, Carson: ,head linesman 'stitch in time saves nine' holds true." Safe, quick,. inexpensive. ,jV
it:." ': hidden .lint the results are wiping out practically the whole Gnnnp-field judge: E. Lupfer I FOR TRADE he '
l :heralded broadcast by those responsible town; and the tornado which swept. and Peeple. I says.The Ont of ,'200 Puretest ''preparaitiona ; !

'."im, for them..";Doe a town or county through Pinion, Tenn., devastating a -- FOR TRADB-Ha.. you a rood Florid for health and hytf*"?: &[

,..{i. how an Increase. ,, arrest over thenumber large section' of the city killing The bour, from '12:30o 1:30 p..m., Ohio* 'home farm,to'1'trade.' B. Leckr for an 10-acr.1 hour from'12:30 to,1:30 p. m., Every;, item the.beit:that ,skill.. ; 1 S.J

:rl reported siyear., al'O.The. twenty people,.and injuring 100, other on Sunday' November 11, ArmIsticeDay ,Ohio. 44-4tx on Sunday November 11. Armistice ''.and, conscience. can prodlKs,* .,.. .,;;
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;' q5 fm t't I blazoned'forth a* an:evidenceof *. M is set aside.for, the annual Red 1 Day, Is sat Mid'for the annual ,Red \ \ > w iJ, -\, "jt'i. *' r'" '14

I; S the evil effect of'prohibition not Cross RoD -Call.-f At.that time every ,WANTED.WANTED Cross Roll GaIl At'that time every R.r5MIN11CK' : \

...*..of..,the-criminal,....., :-: Doe ;Hfll>;ays.Lessen Oie tax onfou citizen otJKfaalmm..wi11,) .be given an citizen of :JClsslmmee win te given an I! .
.d, b. U- and' : -To trade ford touring'car, '" t..fI'q, 't iI, ",, ..f'
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KISSIMMER TALLET. FRIDAY :t ***"
GAZETTE. .OCTOBER' 26; 123 *
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.. boy Into Scouting and that ha felt 1 boy had alarte perfectly secure ,in Haying that thel money and had a good sized accountin titration' club woman J When we.first . .
dlvjdends were on a perpetual plan the bank instead of spending allhe' organized 'out''. club r .knew' a few \ AUTO'&; BUS UIIE ;
I for since the very time his boy raised;; J, had for foolish things-and what ladies living closest my home; now '::1
t his hand and said: "On my honor I do you ,think? That boy was not our club membership reaches in every
(j Happenings will do.my best to do my duty to God afraid) ot' ,anything, he sure was direction and we all seem like one biff AUTOS FOR HIRE ;I
: and my Country and to obey: the brave, and he kept himself so clean family of We exchange ideason ALL, NEW; CARS
Scout Law.' To help other people at and neat and his conversation was different tics and money couldn't
.,. all times; To keep myself physically clean and he chose: companions who buy the and pleasures thatI \Ye make a specialty. of
.--- strong mentally. awake and morally were'clean and he did not seek bad for one,. have received from the Party Trips
at Dupont' Cafe. tf .. ....... 0944400444 straight" he had somehow- seemed company anymore. The best of all, club work. .
Eat' 0 like different boy;' he was more his boy became, reverent and took
Shockley spent the weekend like what he thouht his son should greater interest in Sunday,school and Kissimmee headquartersBroadway'Pharmacy
Ann WEATHER Doc
Hiller
Miss says Like'a small
her parenta at Lowell REPORT | be. lIe could be trusted to do his church, and he tried to (get other boy : rooster
visiting : Official .' chores without any argument; he was interested and he did get them inter you can tell' an. upstart. by. his- .
Bulletin of dally tern. 4i, loyal to bis teacher and crow Opposite PostofHce. Phone 1
Blankets at MeCAULEY'S.Mi.s o perature and ,his friends ested, and" they all went to Sunday .
precipitations fur- 41 his home; he showed an inclinationto school together.
4
Katherine Wyckoff visited her 4 nlshed by U.the Kissimmee Cooperative be helpful about the house, and he Is it any wonder that Daddy was Domestic .' (u

people in Citra for the week-end.. 4 Station for S.the Weather Bureau was more friendly to his' playmates.He enthusiastic over his investment in "For Heaven's sake, John why are __
000 week ending of was courteous to his elders es "Citizenship" when he was getting you spanking the badyT What has : T
Auto For litre. Call C. C. Rum-26-tf 4-Thursday, October___ 25: 000 pecially, and he was kind to his pets, such good results? Is your Daddy an he done?" Florida congratulates Virginia

well. Phone 41. .3. Date Max. Min. PrcP. .1* I and he took great pleasure in being enthusiastic stockholder in the Boy "Nothing as far as I know, Mary, being: the home of "America's,most I
and Mrs. J.S- Cadet spent o Friday, Oct 19 80 82 .00 obedient and cheerful. Well youcouldn't 1'I Scout Movement? Ask him. but I have to do something to keep distinguished farm girl," as well as I
Mr. in Tampa. 000 Saturday Oct --"" beat it, for he had a smile him reminded of who 1 am around. it does Peggy Keith for being trown-. ,
and ,
Tuesday Wednesday '4 Sunday, Oct 21 207'____81 58 56 .00.03 000*I all the time, and oh yes Dad said his I READ 'THE VALLEY GAZETTE I here." ed with that great honor. '

Shaves 15c; haircuts, 35c; children R 4 Monday, Oct 22____76 57 .00.0 = -. I
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20tfMIHHCS > Tuesday, Oct 23 ..69 58 .00 000 -' '' ,
Virginia Smith and Estelle I 000 Wed'sday, Oct 24..73 42 .00.0 -
and J. E. Stone, motored to 1 000 Thursday Oct 257443 .00 000 i
persons Readings are made at 6:00 p. 4 a
Wvkiwa Springs, Sunday.Ask m. for the preceding twenty-four 000

\ for information on the New hours. 4
York Life's latest policy. SanLupfcr. 4 ALLISON T. FRENCH. 4 ONSTORENT1
'14-tfc 4 4444004404004004.00Warm Co-operative Observer. 4

}Everfust suiting and guaranteedfast I
ginghams at MICA
color
underwear sweaters, and
LEY'S.Mr. hosiery, at McCAULEY'S. *

and Mrs. J. F. Keller of Orlando -
The-hour from 12:30 to 1:30
:
the of Mrs. Howard p. m.,
guests
were on Sunday November 11, Armistice! ,
Anderson Tuesday.. Day is set aside for the annual Red h
The lending,life Insurance company Cross It Roll Call. At that time every I w t
world New York Life. See citizen of Kissimmee will he given an
.r the
? 1 upfer, agent. 14-tfc opportunity to become member of and
'nm the organization which doe-- not forget Saturday Monday
M'fl Virginia Harris spent last : the disabled veteran. I

..tl\jrda\ and Sunday visiting her lIis-
,
,-r. MiF. C. Ghiotto, at Tampa. OTICEAny
----
Di, ,,,'t forget that the Ideal' Bakery person moving trn'tor
where .ct sixteen through the Citv of Kis immee must SATURDAY
t il h. i li.co you (
...-. i of /good bread for nine cents. take them over hack'-tn-cts 01 ctiec'tc WEEK-END SALE '
----- that are not pa\ed, und shall In I ,
s i 1\! Aultmnn underwent a ton- amenable to arrest" and 1 fine if dr'V"1 l AND MONDAY

,,,ht','. jration j \ last Saturday morn- over any one's pnrkwav. ,
i",' Orlando and has been confined B. B DOUGH TEN.
- -- --- - -
i n home this week. 45-2t City lan"Ir'r.
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\ fc, ,. Douglas) iron' oxfords to( '.,KIM1ORS OF !SOfTII IIOKIDV) OUR BUYER IS NOW IN THE MARKET AND HAS JUST SENT US DOWN SOME OF THE
\U-<' ."it. at $:.!.98. McCauley's Ur iroMl IN cLUSns(; SESSin'

h. --- \ Orlando, Oct. :!'d(I. -- HO\lI\I-t'hl,. BEST BUYS WE HAVE SEEN. WE HAVE TAKEN THE LIBERTY OF PICKING A FEW

Mi" (Grace; Gilbert was in KiIsin-1, talks with many impoitint 'uhjert'pertaining
s ,tur Uiv and Sunday to ad\ertj"nf( and oiinrliuRinoHS I OF THEM AND PUTTING IN OUR ALREADY FAMOUS "WEEK-END SALE. MR. PER-
,'r p.iri'iiu, Mr. and 'ohIO.: A. S. Gillert method to I hi- n>|..lofe,4, i
turcd' the closing M-vxion 1.1' Sat".r- SONS WILL BE BACK SATURDAY TO HELP US WRAP UP AND PASS OUT THESE
afternoon of .ilav of
--- day u two- meet
It.n't, t forget that the Ideal Bakery sixteen the members of the South FloridaPress GOODS. ALL NEW AND CRISP. YOU CAN NOT AFFORD TO MISS THESE OFFERINGS RSCHOOLDRESS
fet
the lore where you Association who were' the
uoe, of good bread for nine cent* I guests on motor tour* and fish fry of
-- i the newspapers of Orlando and, Orange -
(ii-orgc; T. Singeltarv has returned. and the chamberof
| ; county .
from llcndersonvllle I N. C., where hepent commerce. I II -, ..
xfverul months for the benefitf I
The morning was given over to a "
lihealth.. round-table discussion of several} subjects SHOE BARGAIN GINGHAM
'- I
of interest
Tie best investment you can make particular to publish.
q ft !New York Life Policy. Better era, among which were how to get One lot School-Dress Gingham. All (
Munson Army new
savings account. See Sand county correspondents to recognize Solid Leather, genuine
than
Lupfer 14-tfc news filing, and the advertising attitude of percentages postmasters for on last. Each shoe is inspected$2e 98 _colors, plaids and checks; 1 5 c i

W. E. Allen returned i home each i issue, advertising and how its 23c quality yard. -.4
last Mrs night) from Kentucky where she cost is derived the cutting of legal and stamped ; PaIr. . . . . . ; .

has been for several weeks visiting advertising rates and whether or not H
relatives She Was accompanied by an affidavit of publication should be i .
Mien's' mother, who lives in Ohio,, rendered until the bill is paid. *. '
}Ir.
but spends her winters in Kissimmee.. Resolutions of regret were passedon A SPECIAL ON SANDALSFor SHOE STOCK .COMPLETE

For Rent Two comfortably fur. Goolsby the absence of the Wauchula of Editor Advocate George, growing Girls and} Ladies. Regular four When you see our line of Men's 'Shoes you'' 'i' ", "'

mined 3-room apartments with private . and a telegram embodying the resolutions dollar item in gray, spider gray, the new will wonder how: we can 'give, such values..

B.bath Harris? and, Gazette modern office.conveniences.W. 43-tf each,person together present with at the the-names meeting of buck and patent. Extra special $2'.89I. We have three :numbers at $5.95 which' are y '

was ordered dispatched to the Cordon . . . the:equal of many seven dollar shoes., Surely -
Mr. Betty Bostwick and little Keller Hospital at Tampa, where Mr. > at .,. e',. < .. > ...It' '4 t < '.
daughter, arrived Saturday from Columbus Goolsby Is ill. A large bouquet of ,'1-\ you should see them. -

par ntll.; Ohio Mr. ,and to visit Mrs. Mrs.II. H.Bostwick'Shrigley.Mrs. *. flowers tor Goolsby.At was.,also ordered sent to Edi- MEN'S '$5 DRESS HATS-$3.95 We are Agents for the famous Douglas,too, ,. I 1 ,,1

l3oatwlckIs assisting in the noon the scribe, their sweethearts These come m brown, dark brown and black. '

Broadway Pharmacy----this week. and wives were guests of the High grade Felt and latest' tf *5 Q C FINE STRIPED MADRAS :

The best! investment Policy.you can Better makeis following growers at an and elaborate vegetable spreadserved organizations shape. Sale Price . . , J9J >J One yard wide, regular 50c quality; 29 c t. .

New York ,Life account. See Sam in the dining room of the per Yard . . . . . . . ... 'fl,
than a savings
Standard Growers Exchange -
14-tfc Angebilt: .
MEN'S TROUSERS o:
Lupftr.
Citrus Sub-
Orange County
Mr and Mrs.--Nelson Makmson, Exchange, Chester C. Fosgate Com- We'sell the famous "lOc a Button, $1 a Rip" NEW ALL-WOOL CREPE

Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Cason Miss Augusta nany, F. E. Goodfrey, C W. Chewn- Dutch Trousers. We think they are the One yard wide, and in all the wanted colors.
Winn, Howard Katz and Allison ing and the American Fruit Growers ss
French spent Sunday at the Ma- Inc.Frank best pants made. We have a range of pat- Week-end Special, $ 1 39

kinaon! -i'lano grove on Lake Russell! K. Anderson, of the American toast-- terns and prices. Only . . . . . . , .
Mr. and Mrs. Piano nnd small son Fruit Growers, acted ai! ,
united the grove in the afternoon. master for the occasion! calling upon
-- each visitor present to make a few RIBBED VESTSLadies'
FELT HATS $1.89
Don't forget that the Ideal Bakery remarks. S. K. Guernsey of the Orlando ONELOT ,

'is the placo where you get six.tei"i; Chamber of Commerce, led the if don't want to spend Long-Sleeved Ribbed Vests, SAC
of bread' for nine cents.* crowd in several !songs This is a goad buy you
ounces good Each
good quality. . . . ,
The meetings were presided over much money. Saturday and 111and Mrs. J. T. Mitchell of by George Hosmer of the Fort Myers P et) ,
rartersville, Georgia, are guests of Press and several new members were Monday, Sale Price . . . FANCY PLAID SKIRTING \
Mr. and Mrs. B. Adams while spend.. added 'to the organization.:
ing a short time in Klssimmee attending Yard wide, in new Fall shades ; 79c

to business matters. Mr. and ofKissimmee NOTICETo FINE DRESS SHOES, $4.98 par Yard . . . . . . . . . .
Mrs. Mitchell former residents
and are are making arrangements all persons fishing from the This is our best seller and is good value even "

to return as permanent residents bridge on the St* Cloud ,load: You for $6. Solid Leather and fit $4.98 LARGE SOFT BLANKETS ;
again next year. are hereby warned to \keep, out of the
Co., Sam way of traffic, and not permit your for a king. Sale Price. . A good one for the pri New York Life Insurance 14tfc fishing rods to interfere in any way Wool Finish. Plaids . . . .
I 1. Lupfer, local representative. with or their conveyancestravelling
persons over this bridge.B. LADIES' 1'S- t
Bdward:, L. Lutz formerly a resin -
DOUGHTEN. WOOL
B. ( DRESSES. '
{'nt of Kissimmee and a member of City Manager. We have several ne numbers in Ladies'ShoesLatest ,
Co. B, arrived in Kissimmee yesterday 45-2t Styles Vind Leathers. See our Just received shipment nice Wool Dresses.

,an from absence Plamfield of four New years.Jersey lie has after SCOUTING AN ASSET EDUCATIONAL .1 Winoows. You will be surprised at our low prices. i

in Asbury N. J., and was
accompanied by John Leak, of Plain- 1 --
eld.\ They are in Florida this winter The question has often been asked: .UNDERWEAR 1:
Scout Program interfere SWEATERS BLANKETS AND
as tourists and contemplate pitching "Does the !Boy ABOUT ,

their tent in this vicinity. Nation-wide with his School results of scouting'show We have a fine line of men's, ladies' and children's sweaters in all prices. Big

Florida Sanitarium and Hospital that instead of interferringwith a cor- blankets in several prices and underwear for all. ;
Orlando) Florida.' Medical Surgical, school work' it produces relation which line of ,
Capacity 100 patients. relation or reciprocal
Maternity; and the boy.
instructor -
the
both
aids
physiological
Equipment modern rest diet
Unexcelled In Scouting can give 5,000 hours a 40 0464440444+> 4444r+:.o'Ho 009" 99 .4

the Southeast.therapeutics. 24-tf year school activity provides to on this an boys average.while of the 1- BUTTERICK PATTERNS i i STETSON HATS iOo

Star Brand Shoes wear better be- 000 hours a year under adequate lead- .G.0.040. 400004+:->- <-) ++w+-: oO'oOo ) Ot J i.

solid leather. Ask ershipr -------- 4'
reuse they are his - -
hold him on
The school will r
UcCauley.
i studies, but it is the Scout scheme
Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Johnston and which furnishes him with his program 1
he has left
fnW I R Johnston, of Birmingham, of activities after for an ex- d .
Alabama,. and Mrs. R. J. Taylor, of the school for the day or Limit Store

Orlando, were in Kissimmee Johnstons Monday tended Scouting holiday.today gives the boy the Dollar
Greeting old friend. The to choose the way he wantsto
chance
; are former residents of Kissimmee spend his leisure time, it gives ..hIm
and will be remembered as the family not come -
I. of the late Judge W. R. Johnston, sn his fathertwhenibe a boy, "it ':
..Mho served as county judge of this to for him which was'skippedby G. W. 'PERSONS COMPANY ,
t vWnnty for a number of years in its nils a gap and in so doing, ,sets '' H
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THE NEW SCIIOOL TRUSTEE

HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTEVOLUME Jfrs.'W, -E. Sanderson was appoint I1&Jrm( I DRY rnWrn

.. ed public Wednesday instruction by the as county trustee board of special of{.

: II KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.; OCTOBER 26, 1923 NUMBER 7 tax school district number four electric washing machine
fill the term of FretGilbert -
to unez fired '
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Editor ........=_:_Fred i"Jt; --- SENIOR I NOTES WHAT FOOTBALL MEANS TO US I ,moved who resigned to Bradcntown.when""he recently I r.

I I The Senior class had a meeting the
___.Alberta Brunson '
Editor
Assistant other day to Choose a motto.., A weekor It is the. football season again, .and -
REPORTERS chose class flower of all the games, that II our favorite : 1
two ago, we our
12th Grade...__Elizabeth G. Mo e1ey 1 and class color, and it was suggestedthat because, it' seems to us, it requires ,I ;; : '
11th Grade_?_.,..._-.Rebekah Miller : we choose our motto too, but more desirable qualities than it does Prices until today $165
10th Grade.,, ...Irene Spence9th real we to be a star in any other game. Youneed .
------- we wanted a good one, so
Grade.:_...Dorothy. Bullock decided to while, think thingsover more courage, more determination . .tNO
t Music Dept..Mary Louise Snodgrass and wait too hasty, for Miss more physical stamina, more
I !,. the best quick-thinking and decision, more NOW '
Leitner tells us that is way $155
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Have you ever had anyone ask you to do. So in the meeting the other ability to hold your temper than 1n >
the question, "Do you keep in train- chose our motto: "Non de- any other game. And we believe
we
ing: or are! you fat and lazy." We day fesnus' sed inferus finis eat scelus," that anything which demands and ,
admit that it is an insulting personal "Not failure but low aim is brings out these qualities in a boy
,
sort of question of course, but just crime.meaning" Another good motto broughtup should be encouraged. Football is }
think of what It means. Try it one becoming more and more popular
"Our aim our hops
your mind as well as on your body. to was winThe, class success chose between each year because it brings out these
I A fellow is tremendously! handicapped qualities and proves whether a boyis
these two and selected! the Latin motto _
when his mind is fat and lazy. which will do our best to live headed in the right direction to other tire has Fb
we
This world is no place for flabby become a man. It has been rumored,
muscles!, mental or physical. Keepin up to. that if America's chief sport had not sliplessgr'pofthefamou '

training. Do some stiff bit of reading been this great game of football, our Goodyear JOHN A. MCCARTHYElectrical
or studying problenr-solving JUJOIOTES:' :' boys would not have fought in the All-Weather l

just as regular as you do your daily The Juniors -have- -decided- on their Argonne/ Forest as they did. If thereis Tread. Its high,
dozen. If don't want your headto one of manhood in a boy
you spark thick sharp-edged
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and ,
get fat, use it. When we speak of play folks! Listen carefully football is the "sport, to bring it out. blocks hard C't' i
hear what the name of it is. It is grip ,
it Retting fat, wo do not mean thatit
swell out: and becomes flabby. We "Clarence," by Booth TarkingtonDoesn't BOOST hold fast, and hangon. r Dealer ,and Contractor
that wound good ? Well it The result is
mean that the membranes in your a
Boost, and the world boosts' with you
is good -and funny-if you want a
brain will soon refuse to correspond' steady sure safe
,
and this Knock and you're x>n the shelf;
good laugh, come see play. ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
with your hands and actions. the world sick of the in traffic ,
Last week it was! announced that For ,gets: one pace any or ,

The Sophomore editors are competing the pla)" would be staked' in the early who'll)) kick. in any going, witha DBY-HWIE .
1 And wishes he'd kick himself.
with The Valley Gazette editors part of November but, after due deliberation car and tire per-
t in producing newspapers. They are and discussion, the Juniors formance perfectly electrIC wanrtlrtf macrttn- *
Boost when the sun is !shining,
their facts have decided that after Christmas
taking
t editing a paper, matched for eco-
Boost t when it starts to rain
time. The exact I I'late ;
from Silas Marner- They are putting would be n better
I If to fall don't lie there" nomical efficiency.
happen
in the latest news from 1745- will lie announced later. Keep I you '
1838. There are five groups making on the lookout for it so that you will and bawl' Af Coo,...r 5erf/c Station ---
newspapers and each have a differentname I not niKs this'! play'SOI'HOVORE! | Butr.t/ up and boost again. I Dialer u*. mil and rtom- .
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".mend 'h. nets C..o for its paper. The Sophs me I -- - --- ,: Boost: for, your own advancement, CorJm with tht htitlij All- -
asking all to subscribe for this i Wfalhff T.... NOTES
paper.The () () ,
people of Kissimmee might have I Koos-t for the things sublime; fh.... up t.
I For the that's found the> Goodyear btrvicaLUPFEK
chap on topmost -
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their doubts about how the competition iI i- 1\ -;I11I11I.I. i< .justly piouil of her round Fur over 35 >'<'nrn" Mio, r: r> I-ulnKr, Pe..illl-.r Company hasfurnished\ Flor
r 1 I will come out but the Sophomores foot I>.i 11 boys! They proved their '. PRATHER hI.l "vr"w <-ra wltli* riTtlllv", n Th.' ront'iun-il, pntxniuirn' of xp i'I"IJ"'d l gr"'wWrit .
have no doubts They feel I we!IIi.\ In-.! :Saturday; in one of the Is a booster l''entinw.. & i IK klvra proof of, nnllKfiK, n"\ r. BUIH!.

I sure that their newspaper! will rival hnnle/ <-t-foiH'lit, games of the" seasrn I Exchange. C''I.U 11":11 I'f':11'111.17.\11\ III: stttI 5I 'H'r,1) s Lich: IT

any published in the state. I' 'Kiev 1 hl\'" shown" us'" that they will 'I I! GCOD'fl AR ,' foi' :\ew Fall I'rl. .. lists Just limited. ,
-- {lo liiir things in the future. :"Every :| From I the We-c (Old Sophs7eios .

j l HENRY W. GIfADYT 1 clay/ in I've I'wny, they arc jrrowinjrMronircr ''1 ale gtade: .. more blessed to \, ---_-- E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida
)DERATING CLt'H and
I -:- \\ are bat lung you. I If any one huda powder-puff .
The W. Society ------ - -- --
Henry Gracly Debating/ please rotuin to Pauline. -
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z last Knday.had a very The interestingprogiam subject for debatewas ;I :N: KIn \\ S I I -OH--, -MONKSTTViijril -:: -'- ,.t.af., ,.,.,.f.,.'.''iiftl 0.""lIlm f.'111.,.,.tm''Ilm, f.'_

: Resolved: That Governor; Walton ilinpil :Monday morning the .-.- -
was justified in calling out the "(liDol w. s highly entertained liv n I I I I / -. ;All., Bo\'." 11. how) do grits I -
state militia. On the affirmatiM1 readme' gm'n by little :Miss Dorothy'''' grow": I
were Clyde Harris and Rudolph :I Katz. I Dorothy) / is an excellent leader' ( Cln'-s intel'rupts with noisy laugh- I
Walker and on) the negative ', tet' ) I II
Arthul'l I for n child (if her age and we hope
1 Bullock and Joe Tucker. !I Virgil/ (dpfpn"h''ly-Wdl) how I
f that she will rive( some more leadings II
ject is of interest to everyone and I I could I Know They don't
soon. :Miss'! Stanford, too, is a conscientious grow upnorth
some of the debaters brought/ out I !
'" instructor. She is a fineTrailer :
$ some /good' points especially the herself, and! makes fine readers ------- FLORIDA CITRUS FACES

end speaker on the negative. So Bec-I I of the pupils who study under her j I I :Mr. How en-Now what is the greencoloring
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Freshmen promise to be the star the leaves,
and work hard. in ? Why is it;(
baters. The affirmative won the there?
I I I I put
bate.
,) I First Studeht-Thank goodness, I I Jeanette" Just to look pretty, I

You Say So! I have at last found a way to get guess. KEEN COMPETITION
Hambone dreamed last ngiht that through in Cicero.
he was eating shredded wheat. This Second Student-Oh, please tell me. :Miss Wycoff-(Tianslating Caesar)

''I" morning half of his mattress Vas I I First Student-Get a pony and ride "He pitched camp on a site suitableand
gone i through fitable."


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- r I -- ----I Is Green; No More lof time, even if we hesitated to believeit

J ot first hearing, we feel secure in .
I its truth The following rr.aee r.a.a
Y., J.ILING accepting now. r
Ii experience of a Kissimmee man .
medicine
\ i I "My experience with your
and is confirmed after many years. .
wonderful. stomach
harf been My Seal".rae
Hand Laundry J. B. Dillard 212 .
i liver trouble of five years standing Emmett St., says:
!' "I was laid up for eleven months with ,
when
took new turn two .
a years ago
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:i'I took olive complexion. rheumatic pains and the physician said . :< ," \ "
on an .
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green ', ' '-11' '''1,'' 1 '
Now open and readyfor I I I1 spent $1,200 with doctors: and specialists my trouble was brought on by the djfl4 ..'HJI\\ \ '\,' I''l; / {qj ,r'l';? "' ' .. :!t',;_,:: '...1' ,I

only to prove that I was still ordered condition of my kidneys. I ., ,._. "'i1\\,,1 '" IMui.iJ.Iim': / I'.fi'} ( 'Ay1;), .;t"\.' ,',.'.,., 'v., . 1 ,, . \",\, ;..J..tJ.mbJ, 'I "'...\ ,,
business !jas green as ever A friend advised me was in bad shape as anyone could be ,:" W'}. J1.tiI1i, ::" : '
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I took' almost kind of medicinethe '"'
i Ito take Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, every . ..1. "'
doctor prescribed but didn't get 'I"
and I am green no more. My stomach
20 Stewart Ave. and liver trouble has all disappeared." results. I began using/ Doan's Kidney California, leader I'n citrus production for more everywhere to apt more forceful sales policies.
It Is a simple harmless preparation{ Pills and they brought good results than thirty years is fully aware of the imminent Competition nithe fruit trade is becoming keen-
'that removes the catarrhal mucus''. and six! boxes of Doan's made me feel probability that Florida will wrest. away .r
i' Kissimmee, Florida from the intestinal tract and allay I much better. I hope in time to be en- its market dominancy. With that same tenacious .

'the inflammation which causes practically :i tirely cured through the use of Doan's purpose! whit placed their fruit in he-
all stomach, liver and intestinal and I willingly recommend them." lead" in volume of sales the California growers
ailments, including appendicitis.One The above statement was given May stand ready to contest the efforts Florida will If Florida growers are to meet successfully
Courting Blindness dose will convince or money re- 28 1914, and in March 13, 1922 Mr. have to make to I Hell its! largtr crops of fruit in the competition" of other fruits which are threatening
funded. J. Z. Roberson, and druggists j Dillard said: "Doan's Kidney Pills their markbtd. Highly organized and workingas to curtail distribution of their products,
If what yon are doing when yon neglect everywhere. have never failed to give me prompt one through their huge co-operative marketing they must stop speculative tolling\ and unite on

Leonard twitching! Golden watery Eye bloodshot.) Lotion cures Bore nearly eyes. I relief from kidney ailment and I always plan these California growers can wield effective a program to merchandise! 'their crops system J.Htiesllly.

very eye> disease. Cools, heals aodtrcnrthens. recommend them.NrO competitive power when distribution of They must ship their fruit only un
Get "Leonardl's." It make. A TWICE-TOLD TALEOne < at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Florida fruit hinders the marketing of Pacific tier well-established trade-names which are recognized -
strong eye*. Co., :Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. I Coast crops. by customers as meaning only Florida
Guaranteed or money refunded. AU fruit They must support an effort to make
,, dreggl.ta I lieU It. better .
these trade-marked oranges/ and grapefruit
of Interest to Our Readers Bundles of old paper are for salt Development of citrus culture in Texas is resulting known to the public for their wonderfully delicious

Good news pears repeating, and at the office of The Gazette; lOc. in the shipment of an increasing volume eating and health-giving qualities, and
READ TIlE VALLEY GAZETTE when it is confirmed after a long lapse Better get them while there is a stock. of fruit to the leading cities of the county. must develop new markets for distribution.Only .

._ of water transportation facilities is the these
Call Improvement by co-operation of growers can
at they'll be .
once never cheaper.America's
; enablng the growers of Porto Rico, the Isle of essentials for the perpetuation and continued
f Pines! and Cuba to ship larger quantities of fruitto prosperity of Florida's greatest industry be ac-

.l.li our eastern markets from their rapidly devel- complished.Six .
oping citrus groves.

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thousand working as one through
i l 4id Apples, peaches, cantaloupes plums, figs, cherries their co-operative growers marketing association, the

; ii Gi c LtFI pineapples, strawberries and other com Florida Citrus Exchange, has shown what producers -
petitive fruits are also being produced in greater Seald-
FI f l c LN can do by creating demand for their
I' ii quantities each year and making a strongbid sweet fruit, developing new outlets for their increasing .
L!
rll.- Id for the consuming public's favor. These crops, and getting the high dollar for
i ( ( fi i t{ commodities can seriously curtail the distribu their product. In past years, the Florida) Citrus
E tion of Florida oranges and grapefruit, as was Exchange haa eliminated enough competition
evidenced last season when the cantaloupe end
among/ Florida shippers to make citrus growingprofitable.
berry movement sent grapefruit prices tobogganing -
now
i To meet outside competition
for several weeks threatening Florida fruit will require, however,

Three models in the co-operation of all the growers of Florlda-
annual record Increasing production of fruits for consumption their united support of the Florida Citrus Ex I

thirteen body types of fire loss averages in American markets is forcing shippers change./ '


r -each a Six and eacha 7,800 Apartment Buildings ,

Studebaker and
totally destroyedJhe
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each representing
loss of income attendant '. ,
'f the greatest value Soar upon the loss of such property In the Florida Citrus Exchange every grower is paid just exactly what "
is serious and should be cover- his fruit sells for, less actual marketing expense. There! are no dividendsto
the money invested. ed by a rent insurance policy. be paid to stockholders; no "favorite" shippers who have preferenceover
, But under no consideration others. Besides these advantages, the Exchange gives the producers .
should complete fire insurance an agency to direct the affairs of an industry belonging solely to them.'II .
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t protection be neglected. A poli- t.
1924 MODELS AND PRICES o.b. factory cy in the Hartford Fire Insur-

LlQHT-6IX SPECIAL-SIX BIGSIXgr.ae. ance Company offers you exactly
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1 eedm __. 1550 Sdn.4030 Sedan ,- 87SO ..ee f.-.mmf' ..?' be wiped. ...

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,. KIS9IMMEE V ALLOT GAZETTE. FRIDAY.- OCTOBER ftt.12* Ii! -.1 i

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'...-...-..,.. ...-..........: tat* Of.WHlilm'BUlimldt'de eas d.laU JlOS'IC8,;a*..AnticATiok:FOB,",'I'AX . .

Dtent of to i-1 XI.e1mlJl..O'c.ol.* County, Florida '" . .. - .., -' . .- .. .. ....,-. -. . :...- .. .. -,. , .. ,i'
: .O'tiC..ta.Y
.: ''L 'Atlv riiS .zl aid *"VBflJflned-AdmlikUlrMrtx ..: :. IVBI't,.!:T..t ,J;;
I g estate, within two O. ,
rear from th* 8. Thacker purchaser of Tax Certificate WWOEYSTiki
,':. date hereof.Dated No*. SOt SOI. SOC.'SOT *'' dated

+ +... ... ......... Sept. llth.SOPHIA-A. O.SCHMIDT IMS. filed the cald 4th certlfleate day of June.In A.my D.office l li, and ha* This is a MICHELIN year \

40-H Administratrix. ha* mad application for tax deed to

Issue tn accordance with I..... Bald It bone t.
certificate embrace (he following described
COUNTY COURT II* AND FOK
IK TUB property situated In O oeola Ute kids.lne
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COtmTir' nOHlUA.ATTACHMKJIX WHEREAS 'at a special
0-CKOUa meeting of County. Florida, to-wlt I .
DAMAGES MOOJMTHHJ the Board of Public Instruction of Os LoU 1. 4, S. and B H lot In Block )

I GULF FERTILIZER COMPANT. ceola 14th. County A. Florida.. held on October t: Lot i to 14 In Block S; Lota t to 14 a PiCket Di
D.
oreanlied and exl.tln* 1SSS, a petition was filed and II to ST In Block Si Lot 1 and ,
corporation virtue of the .Law. ol with said Board signed by more than td 16 In Block I; Lots 1 to II In Block your pocket for aaevcNrcady "
Sndr by
and one-fourth of the qualified voter 4 1
In Florida Fruit Belt Sale Company'sSubdivision r' !j
the ,8tat.. .of Florida, PlalnUff., I each ot the district hereinafter men No. 1. :! treat.., "
tioned who 't>ay a tan .i ..... '
on r" fl. The said land bclnir assessed! the
a
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WILl.lAM LYNQ.: alao sonal property .111-t".Ir.liIrep'.ct. !;. date of Issuance ,of said certificate In A .elicions eoafeotlon t
districts
CAPTAIN' and who are resident In their the name ot Run Baa*. Unles* said :
W. ..
known ,a. CAPT LTNG1 D..nndant.. aid respective districts, asklntr the certificate shall be redeemed according and i. aid to
.I".n that the above Board to "' 1.1an\ election to determine to law, tax deed will Issue thereon. on the teeth f f.t'
herebY' .
Ie whether appetili
:Notice of Bpeclal Tax School District.* the 24th day of November. A. D. UII. ,
ov.. oAUK" the Ind day No*. 4, (, and 6, Osceola County, Flor J. L. OVBRSTRKIST. ' '.
Instituted by attVcnment digestion.
A D. 1M1 ida, should be consolidated Into a single Clork Circuit Court, .,
ad re.pond..n.dum
: that summon tax school district for the
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purpostof Onoeola County Florida. "
was .sud aicalnit Captain William W.i . levying and collecting a district (Circuit Court Seal) ; i i
known a* Capt
al.o
LynB. ln rtild caus*. butrtoturnt'd !chool. tax for.the! exclusive usn of the 44-Ct By S. H. Bullock D. thu defendant ,
tree
vmr puuuo scnoois in the entire area "
by the She.'Iof O.oeola Included within aald threa district \ r
IN
CIRCUIT COURT FOR THW SEVENTEENTH ,
count yun'''>rvellU the d.f..ndant buln. and for the further purpose of havlrd JUDICIAL CIRCt'IT OFTHB \
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Florida that aia
out of the Btatu of : the other powers o( a Bpeclal Tax STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
Sealed ia !U .
ha. been levied fcjtld ,
Attachment School, 1
of District under
writ the constitution FOR ''THE COUNTY OF OHCKOLiA!: IN #
Sheriff on the following de.crlb13 and laws of Florida,' r t
.nd ( Parity Packata
"HA NCERT. AGNES MAUDE MATH- .
...belona-ln to .aid defendant.
Real Kstat WHERE 8 the Board ha* made an EWS. In her own right Complainant
.Ituat*. lyln and belna tn 0tI. Investigation and found and determined ".. KI8SIMMEB LAND COMPANY a (
ceola county. Florida, to-wlt: that said petition I* In compliance Florida Corporation et al. Respond "
The outhwet quarter' Town.hlpTwenty..IX (8WU) with provisions of law governing: con. ent.. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. word to the wise : \
of Section Beven (7), olldatlon of contiguous special tax THE STATB OF FLORIDA TO: Klsslmmee. .
aouth. Ran it* chool districts and
Land //Company. Drexel BuildIn 1- 'f-
Tw..nty-nln. (I') wt. levied up- WHEREAS said districts ar con *;, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, And is. sufficient"SPECIAL
ot Captain WIUl"m :
the property tiguous and.WHEIRA now thl* day thl cause having con* .
L>nB. the defendant In the the' Board ha* found and on for hearing upon application for order , ,
determined that the denatures to ald ..
.bov" therefore. aald of_ publication addressed to Klsslmme -
you. the Cap- petition are genuine, and that ,
No the Land Company, a Florida corporation
lain William..Lnc. alio known a* Capt.W signers to ald petition are In each pursuant to the term of ,'n. O.
defendant *nd all other persons ca** qualified \elector who pay a tax ..- i.o., and'th* Court having 'made : '
IntVrr.ted. are herebyi required to on realand' personal property In proper Investigation and belnf fully ROBS CALOMErOF THIS MONT
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onariy be and appear to action the Special Tax School District for 'advised. flnds that complainant Is entitled
..t the Court House In the city of Kle- which they have' subscribed and who to uch Order for publication. It
..Imm..... 0.ceola Count Florida, on are resident'In said Special Tax School I I. thereupon ordered, and you. the "
nil Rule Day In November. A. D. UU. District' for which, they have subscribed Klaelmmee Land Company are hereby NAUSEA AND GANGER
bflnn Monday the tth of the and who are resident In said
that dar Special commanded to appear In the above
.ald month: elee Judsment ", be en.red Tax School District and that more styled cause, which I I. a suit to quiet : FOR CASH r \
aK.lnt you by default, and thisrauie than one-fourth of the qualified electors title, on the Rule day In December to- '
will proceed aa provided by law paying taxes a* aforesaid and wit: the Srd day of December A. D. Medicinal Virtu** 'Retained and Improved :
ol tbUC
and tho llulea of Practise realdent as aforesaid In each of said 121 and defend said action. Thl order Dancerone and Siekeninf .
District have subscribed the said shall be published once a week.
"wlTME88 J. 1* OVERSTRBRT.rlerk pttltlon. for the period of four consecutive Qualities Removed. Perfected Tab- Free a Michelin Ringed Shaped
of the County Court In and For NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RE.BOLVEb week* In The Kleslmmee. Valley Oasette. Jet Called "CaloUba." 1
n.e..ola. County. Florida, on thle 4th by the Board of Public Instruction a weekly newspaper published '

?.,. of AuIfU.t. A. D. IUI.J. Osceola County, Florida, In the County In which the aald *ult Th* Iat *t triumph of modern cetene Tube With Every Michelin Tire !
L. OVERSTREET that an election be held In each of was Instituted. I* a "dc-nauBeated" calomel tablet
Clerk County Court In and .aid existing Bpeclal Tax School District .**
DONE AND ORDERED at Orlando. known to the drur trade a. "Calotab
For Oaoeola County. Florida Nos. .. (. and ', of Oiceola Florida this 11th day of October. A. Calomel the moct renarally u.ad of all
(Count, Court fI..al) County. Florida on the Itth day of' D. 123. C. O. ANDREWS. medicine thu enter* upon a wider
K ELI.T BUTTON November. A. D. 121. for the purpose .'-4t Judge of the above Court. field of popularity.-purified and refined 30x3 Tire and Tube $1I.OO
Attorm-y* for Plaintiff tltt of determining: from thoe objectionable quail tie.
No.1. Whether the said district NOTICK) OK APPLICATION FOR TAX which have heretofore limited It* u.*. 30x3 1-2 Tire and Tube $13.50
In County Judge'* Court In and for hall be consolldsted and become a nF.F.o.NOTlf'PJ In bllloune*, constipation h ada -
oareola County, Florida. In the matter single Kpeclal Tax School District. TS HEREHY: HIVWN. That he* and Indirection and In a great
of the eetat* of J. li. Tumblln. deii No. t. Who shall be the Trustee O. M. Martin and C. M. Oarbett. purchaser variety of liver tomach and kidney ..
am <1. Notice of Application for FinalIM.clmrKo. of proposed consolidated district.No. of Tax Certlfleate No. 1301. dated trouble calomel wa* th molt *ucej.*-
TO ALL WHOM IT MAYCONCKHN. I. The number of mills of district the Tth day of June, A. D. 1>20, has ful remedy, but It* ua wa* often neirlected .
Notice\ h..r..byrIven that tax to be levied and collected annually filed snld certificate In my office and on account of It* Blckenlng qualltle .
th* undorslKiU'd, aa Administrator of for the years A. D. 1914 and haa made application for tax deed tn *. Now It I I. the easiest and moat
the estate of J. li. Tumblln. deceased A. D. 1.:6. within the proposed consolidated Issue In accordance with Inw. Saidcertlfleate pleaaant of medicine* to take. One
will apply to the Judge of the above district for the exclualve use I embraces the following described Calotab at bedtime with a *wallow of
Court for letters. of DIscharKe from of the public free schools thereof.UK property situated In Osceola water,-that'* all. No taste, no grl-
the administration' of the above estate IT FURTHER RESOLVED .that County. Florida to-wlt: plnic. no nausea, no calta. A good
tt the office of the said Judice" at Kisslinnie the Honrd estimates the mtllafre riiutrel *- SWV4 Hlock VU Robert BBSS' Adf'ltton nlRht'i sleep and the next morning you
. Florida, on the lilt day of Novmr. < to be levied for the year A. to Klaslmmee City. are feellnft 'fine with a clean liver a W. B. WIAKINSON
.. r. A. D. 1821 This the 0th day otui.u D. HIM and .\. D. 1826 In said proposed The said land bring ansesnpd at tho purified system and sv biff appetite. Eat
,\ l. A. l> 1.tS. consolidated Dlatrlct In the event that date of Issuance of said ccrtlflrntes In what you please. No danger.Calotabs .
WILLIAM INC1RAMAK said election Is favorable to be five the name of A. "am,,". Unless said are sold only In original
Administrator' of the estute of J. (t) mills.BE certificates shall. be redeemed accordIng1 sealed. pa..kag..lI. price thirty-five cvntc : Near Depot Phone 123Vkwftoad&r .

II Tunihlln. drressid.JiillNHTuN : IT RE8OLVKD that the election to I".... tax deed vlll IHIMIP. therennon for the large, family package; ten
OAKRKTTAn In Rprclal Tax School District. No. 4 the' 26th day of November A. D. cnnti for the nmall. trial lze.. Tour
,i'ounm-1 fur said AdmIDI.tr tor. shall h.. held at the following polllntfplnc 11121. J I... OVERHTHKKT.Clerk druggist Is authorized. to refund th.
>St ... to-wlt: Circuit Court. price as a guarantee that you will be -... ...--
HlKh School r.illldlnir In KlMlmmee.UK (SEAL) thoroughly delighted with Calotaba
!><>TI< ITO ('RI.UTO.UII. IT KUKTHKK UNSOLVED that Oaceola County. Florida. I (Adv.)
!I. < ourt of the <....!? .I...... Oseeula H N. IIr..II on. Jo:. <1. Vans ARnew and 441-6\ My H. H. Bullock. D. C.FKOTICK. .
4 uuBlr, \II..!. ef Klorlaatij J. McPhntt r, as Inspectors and Ham -==- --- ---
r. KM a IP of John M. Wlniitanley. K Lupfer. J r., us Clrrk. be and they !
lieic.med. To nil Crt-dtjors, LeKat .-sI'.utrlhuties are hereby nominated and appointed to NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed
and all Persons having srrve as Inspectors and Clerk respec bids will Ae received by the Board of CITY )
llHlms or Demands against lively of "Special Tax School, District County Commissioner In and for Osceola / ,

If Hid Km ale: No.4. Count,. Florida up to ten A. M.. ..... _... '
'of are hereby nntlfliil BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that 0..Y8 c.
You. and each you. Monday November fith, A. D. 123. for \ ,
to present any I the election In Special! Tax School District ,, '
and required the openlno of right of "'y on road 'i
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cliilins and dumands which ,ou. No.6. shall be held at the following running from Holopaw to Kenansvllle. MEATJARKETFresh \
fllhfi of you may have against tho polling place, to-wlt: together with the construction of such I !
Wlnstanley, deceased., Center Pork School House.BE . \ I .
be ahown In
<-.tate of John bridge a.* may Specification 4> .'
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f Osceola Count Florida, to thoundiTMlRtivd : IT FURTHER RISOLVF.thllt>> *. '. t
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Qeorire W. I'ersont. Rx- J. A. Barclay. David llass and H. V. Bid to be delivered to the Clerk of.. Mexi and '
.."ulor of said estate, within two year* Psrtln. as Inspector and L. E. Partlnas I the Circuit Court J. L. Overstreet and I '
from the date hereof.Uutfd Clerk be and they are hereby nom set of Specifications may be had by applying :1t'r"
Auicuat Sllh A. D. 161. inated and appointed to serve AS 'Inspectors to the said Clerk or J. B. John VegetablesPhone .. ..
GEORGE W. PBRSUNS.IIIt and Clerk respectively. of ston. County Engineer.! "
Executor.In Special fax School District No. a.BE ID. L. D Overstreet. Chairman. .
!: IT FURTHER RESOLVED that [ Attest: J. L. Overstreet. Clerk. .
Circuit Court for the Seventeenth the. election In Special Tax School District 44 ,., .,
Judicial Circuit of the Utate of Florida, :No. 8, shall be .held at the follow- .,
In and for the County of Osceola. In In*; polling place, to-wlt: B. \. P. U. PROGRAM
Chancery. Kllen Thomaa. complainant, I In. Hllllard's PackingHouse.I .
Vlra-ll Thomas, respondents Divorce. BK: IT FURTHER 'RESOLVED that ( '
TUB STATE) OF FLORIDA TO: O. F. Austin. 3. H. 8m Ith and C. C. .What brought education to'Japan? ,

Virgil 0 Thomas. TOil are hereby commanded i' D.*.. a* Inspectors..' and Fred Harvey Modern medicine to China T Sanitation .,
to appear In the above entitledsuit a* Clerk be and they are hereby nominated to Africa? Engineering1 to Bratil -
th Courthouse door at Kltrnmee and appointed to serve ai In*
,, ,at Osceola* Count Florida, on the (th pector and Clerk respectively, of ? The MUslonaryt f' .

day of November. A. D. 1ISS. WITNESS. Special Tax School District No. S.BE Study' Mi..lon.ry By-products with '-.t ..rt ..> i l
the Honorable C. O. Andrews, as Jud<* IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the B. Y. P. U. Sunday night at the ,' .
and my name a the Superintendent of Public Instruction -
above Court '
Clrrk of the thereof, and the aeal of aald cause a notice of said proposednlectlon First Baptist church, at 6:30 p. m., USE '. ,

Court at Klsslmmee. Osceola Count to be published once a week sharp. The program follows: SANITARY DAIRYCO'S I
Florida, on this the SUh day of Sept.mbur for four consecutive week tn The Song "Send the light" Prayer

A. D. Kit.J.. U. OVERBTREBT.A Klsslmmee published Valley. within Oasette;the a County ne_paper of Harry Woodall; Song: '"The Banner MILK 6-ICE CREAMATTENTION Bu-... _-with whom the runabout he* alwiv* been vry I ,
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Clerk of the above Court. Onceoln and having & general crculatlon of the Cross;" Quiz Leader: .Sam popular_ well pkasd with the chance err.boH.ad.

<8KAL> throuah aald County.HE Lupfer. Group Leader, Ruth Ilerzberg. model
JOHNSTON A OAnRETTvA IT FURTHER RESOLVED that ha mad decidedly trimmer and .,\\j
the ban
By-products ruued. car
I. Missionary Always
42-61>1 ..
for Complainant. the form of ballot to be us *d at said
Counsel election shall be substantially as follows Clara Ploetz: II. Medicine and Hygiene I' mon comlortsble.Thii ',1.

In Circuit Court In and fer the Bovrntemh :: Alfred Wilson: III. Advance in result U obtained by rslslnc the ndlsior and *tuargin( the 5

Judicial Circuit Osopola of the County.State Inrhon..ry. of OFKIC'IAI, IIALLOT.8PKCIAL Agriculture Eula Bowen: IV. Public; cowl; nuJting a decided Improvement in look and provklinc .t.

Kli.ri.la In. and Ortlor for of Publication. AK- TAX SCHOOL, DISTRICTKLKCTION. Education, Christine May. V. Social mom leg room. ;

n"-H Miiudo Muthows. In hfr own rlfrht.Cornplalniirt : : IN 8PKCI AL TAX WHllOLnlHTT'HTH Uplift Helen Chapman. VI. and VII. A well designed top and slattinc windshield do their share '.

vn. Kh.almmp"l.and i ompany. 4. f>. ANI> 6. OHfKOLA Literature Maps and Surveys, Uly I toward adding a finished, clean-cut: apiieannc*. a tI
HTATE
NOVEMBER
("V KLOKIDA. 4-t nl. nponnnts.TO: M. N. .Dunn.THU AmnnilnU COUNTY 24th., FLORIDA.A. D. 1923.Klr .HKI.U Chapman. VIII. Jesus, the World's I Mai it point to se* the other new. models also oa display\ la I

l I." Vul tothcrwlHo known in. Mr. qnvnfloM submitted Light Willie Joiner.In our show room.Thttt. ,
Rowland O. !), Vol.h \. Indicate" your choice. l>y making
A 1! .He Vol) and addition to the regular proorram
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O. Merk ; Sarah Mary ",," before th. proposition which i
,,_r_ ..tiunliand.-- !. . _: _R.. __.. .....nh... |i..tll OII. If expresses your choice ) a plav entitled "The Choosers by I cow can tt obtained through .
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'11IM, 1 CondonV.. areTlvlni.\ Vnd If .Md. FOR! consolidation of Special\ Tnx Eva Nelle Robinson. . will. --be given.-. FATHERSSanitary tht Ford H ttkly Purchai* P'j'
r"III.n"| or any of them are dcftd.th.n School Districts 4. 5. and 6, Into a I The cust'for this plav Is: Mrs. King.

TUB STATB OK FIX>mDX, tn Til the. single Special Tax School nistrlet.AOAINST .. Leah Ilerzberg1: : Winnifred King, M.\ C. AUTREY, Dealer
IntereiH -
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All p< rsoim clalmlnft, an consolidation f Special Barbara King' Ruth .
.>rs..l.lliT.as.d Clara Ploetz; \,
lr.nl hereinafter respondents described, or otherwise. lnludlmr .- Tax Into School M single Districts Hpeclul' 4..Tux.6. and SchoolDistrict. : ft. I, Herzberg; Donald King, Uly Chap Dairy rnllk is KISSIS1MEE: FLORIDA 1i': '

.' all tho heirs. d..vl".ell.' "/.ran* man; Oscar King Harry Woodall.DONT the milk for yjur folks.It .
of or ---
claimants
of.ml Mid othor nnmed pondnntii.. Also T.Mi'. Me<*c.nd qneetloB ..hmlttedt. _ __ ____ __ _h' will benefit your b:>.by. \
FLORIDA TO: All Pnrl'eoth Who shall be Trull. -cs of pnpos.dconsolidated
STATK OK children
Your wife and
In 11111.1 DlatrlctTVoto
lands.rwlsn YOU rl..lmlnir ARK HKHKBY an Int..r..t NOTIIIBO ( for Three (3). Write .In will like it and it will be .
the tltl. to the fol- name of candidate of your ..hol." .) WAIT TILLYOU'RE
that a bill to quiet
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for \11
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'lo..t"d you.KISSIMMEE.Flfl.
|I.."|1111( -scrlbod property L.:
thr City ,,f Km..lmmee. 0<0..011Cou..tv
Klurldn. to-wlt nenlnnlnB at Ihe Im"s' DOWN SICK
\\'. ot'rh' Corner of Lot Four of
1.'lr".o 'of the South FlorMa n"lIrond Third question snhnlttediWhat
Comiiuny's. Survey to the Town of Kill' I number of mills of Dlntrlct minute you feel a little
.. ., Oaceola County. State of ahull be levied and collcctfdannually
irnin.- tax
City. bot- R.ACTO..RS
tho weather get a
THE CAR.S.TRUCKS
ofHclal plats
r"lorlla. ..ccordlnt to tho for two succeeding yeurs .11
thereof nl...d and recorded ,uJJon", the In the \proposed consolidated I>!Htrlct of Gudc's Pcpto-1>1angan.
public records of OranKe. County. FlorMa. for tho exclusive use of public Don't Wait till you'ru down sick. ,

run' .thence Northeasterly alonl> { free schools Take Gudc's as a preventive of illness .
Church Strnet seventy-five ft.0.- (The Hoard estimate* the mlllnlr..qulr..d ;" it will enrich blood and .
most Northerly corner of ".. for years .\. D 1924 and your _ -- - -,-- .
t of said niock Fifteen: thence run A. I). 1925 In said proposed consolidated build up your energy. Your drug -- - -- ---- -- -
Southeasterly alonn the ; linehotween district to be FIVE gist has it,in both liquid and tablets.

Lota three and Four of said MILLS.Write Trial To: *** taT 3">or elf I
Block Fifteen a. Distance of elKhtviKht In flgure of number of mills Free TnMnJc! thl. hesiui-tundin-I

.. feet: thence run 8outhwest"rlv that you wish levied not tn excwi'd ) value of Glide's I'cpto-Ma.iifiin
parallel to Church Street a distance or tun mills.) for generous. Trial Park" eu ot Tablets. Sond I
...v..nty.nv.. feet to Drury av..nuo: I' -Mills.KB BO money -ju.t nania i uj JUiiii.*.l to GARA9
thence run Northwesterly slon nru'VAvenue IT FURTHER RESOLVED that M. J. 13i-.ltcnboch Co.. o3 Warraa HI.. N. Y. Monroe Thomas .
elKhty-eticht feet to the placef this resolution be publrshed as part'of
b lnnlnr. Bald land heln a part call of notice of election.NOTirto 18 Emmett Street
G'L1.de's
of Lot Four of the said Block Fifteennd ,
situated In and part of the North
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of Hec-
of Government Lot Four IT MAY CONCERN:
ALL WHOM
lion Twenty-two Township Twenty-nine Twenty-, East TO Notice Is hereby given that pursuant I pepto.MantfanI Phone 71
live South of Ranire which was adopted by Residence
resolution
flled on to
of Tallahassee Meridian was of Public Instruction of Osocola Blood Enrich* PHONE 47
A. D. UII. In the Board Tonic and
( the 5th day of October. County Florida at It* Special
the above Court by Agnes Maude MathCHIJgP.ty"o held October 24th. A. D. I
on
YOU ANT) meeting
and others. of which Is attached to this .
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ARB be held - -
HANDED to appear In "aid ""e,0J' notice, a special election will Districts ? Polished?
of Special Tax School FISH COMPANY overhauled? Washed
the Srd da,. Jot December. 'A. D. In each County Florid NEW Car ,
Witness the Honorable. C. O. Andrew :N**. .. E, and .. Oseeola November. A. ORGANIZED HERE .
of
aa Judr* of the above Court and *. on the 14th day followingquestions ;
my name a* Clerk thereof and the *ealf D, IMS: to First.determine whether'the the Bald The Anltmaa Fih Company1 is .the Batteries? Tires? Gas and Oil?

: aald Court on thli th* Ith day ofOctob.r. shall: be consolidated and be. latest entry in the commercial life ofKiasimme : ,* ;-'.. .", ., '/
district *
A. 1>. 1'11. Tax School District .1, '. 11 ,.
OVlIIR8'I'RJIfET.' oeme a single Bpeclal *. At present It is, partnership > t' .
3. L be tile Trustee : ; it. :
A*. Clerk ot ab4>Te-Curt*>-. r Second. Who consolidated shall diet riot; ,.Aultman 'and Canon, and itii ',., ,DoJt-'an': 'W''H' avei11: em:( : .,. ",;- "'
propoMd e
.''(Circuit Court Bal) Third.* of The number of mill of district expected, to be Incorporateclahort11j ; ,.w. r" ', .' 1 I' , t : U' ', : ::;. i
.30HN8'JONGARRBTT. '. { \ rt
annnallv ) 1'J.
collected ... ..
tax to be levied and "' 8.1\ B.' Valtman ;1. the t '\ t .. .
manatrU'1 :
,r Klsslmrnee, .' Florida, and A. D. nil ,. tJiJ
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A. D. UU : 1G ragarJ -
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the W' ;:
bTiHdinf
ounell for Complaillant."' 41.1t for the year proposed consolidated dl*. with offices in" the Wlllaon 'hi' f./ ac eaye '
within
,exclusive ue of the pub. and Marion Canon ," .up rint ndentof ",,' 'f
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J. CltJIIplTQlt. '.... trlct for the r .,
JfOTICW TO I The polllnirplaoec buildin -
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thereof." > ::
The
U Ceisrfef ... Cat7 ,).*.... - lie free echla' 'With .name ,etrpctlv operations. companr : :. .... '< ,
.. .1;:. ;; ln'.aeb> plstHet boat and ready
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. ilvino .
V. '>,-LOMaa'F. .t.te.t.! ,Inspectorand ; Clerk are ; ':"
1.1& r*.E t nwSf>*i h..I.tJ, he.-i' atftedi. I*.th*. atta hed.eovy of the resolution. several ,.iannchea. .i J and .'other" smaller" ; Attention To'Small Jobt.Af Well A Large : :

k'l >., al ....S&fssa ....Jt..'Dr-trlbat...j . Thl .th. *_S4th. day- of' October. ', boat. *. .. .. .._ .' .1. .," ., .Prompt! >. .> y >i .. nii nni.!.)'7"' < "S npf -,-. y'-t n m iiy J>5A. _" ;

AlK : and all P.reoD' lIa"lnl' Claim> Or .... D, Uti- ... ". ..; wJi."JL; '.1cAz.; :.'. A commodious fish hoios la entem- '" ,, ... d: ":,. !.. .{ .. ... . . .. ,'Ufn"1 ." .. ,I... ,'''',, ....,...... .......,
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PACKAGE LIBRARIES LOANED I necessary drill in composition.If them to be ridden. COMMISSIONERS: HAD interest as all of the farmer around The hour from 12:30 to 1:30: p. a*..>
r CITIZENS BY UNIVERSITY borrowers will state exactly ing horse program for local ridersin TO REVISE PAVINGContlnu..d this section can attend the meeting on Sunday, November 11, Armistice
1 what phase of 'a subject they are which professionals will be barred.It and get the information they, wantstraight Day, Is set aside for the annual Red
. (Continued from Fav One) working upon, instead of giving a is predicted that the attendance Bermuda(( from from Mabbette page One to) Dixie from the speakers and have Cross Roll Call. At that time very,
uals who desire help in the preparation .. broad general 'subject, we can send will be a record breaker, as there Highway,. south. the privilege of asking questions citizen of Kissimmee will be given sa
of papers and speeches questions much information will be of thrills and comedyfor about the ,
more satisfactory : plenty from Lake to Vine. problems they are meeting opportunity to become'a member .f*,
of present day interest. In writing for material the All efforts being : Bay In the banana 4
applicant everybody. are growing business. I the organization which does not for
Road to the limit
While it is the desire of the depart- should state: The subject desired; its made to make this a big and Inter. I Neptune city j get' the disabled veteran. 'f.
Two of at I
merit, to be of assistance to crews surveyors are
1 anyone purpose, whether for debate, club eating cow boys and cow girls roundup I II I
in the state, it is hoped that people ,I work making the preliminary
t paper, or study; and the date when and reunion in, Florida and make of''
In search of information will make the must ,be ready.In annual affair. i surveys upon which the amount .
paper it a regular!: Any cow I| -.OCCCOOOOOCOOOOOOtooe ..
the bond issue will be de-
use of the library facilities in their necessary
writing for material address all to participate
boys or cow girls desiring kids I II
termined. It is the hope of the city Jchnstfcsfb. :
own communities before ordering *
inquireis to 15. C. Riley, Director, in the big!: parade or in the con- commissioners to have this work LUCILE JOHNSON
package libraries from the general
General Extension Division, Univer- further information by
tests
can get
I completed I and the election called, in z
extension division. sity of Florda, Gainesville) Florida, addressing!: Frank Haithcox, or going/ CEM LEweS' CVSL'6MTEa WHO WEAfT TO I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE *
started
I'''sufficient time to actually gel
Teachers of will find! the
history to see him at No. 18 North Orange/ I THE CITY TO 9TVOV MUSIC MS COMEBACK : 4 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 0O
the
package libraries of value in the studs with paving thin winter
ORLANDO WILL STAGE avenue, Orlando, Florida. Rememberthe AN' 'S j CLAIMS HANDLED tO
of late historical Material has been ordered to repair r SANS! SHE A MANICURISTUl
dy events. English
dates, November fi, 7 and 8. STATE BANK BUILDING 4
teachers will find in the following ROUND-UP AND REUNION: Neptune Road, and! City Manager Df""to<; IT- HE SANS SHE 000'.000. Q 0 0 0" CO>-O OO 0..
list. interesting subjects of themes (Continued from Pace One) ----- Doufrhten expects it in the very near \ CAN'T PLAY ON THE I
which will give the student infcmra- There will be events on the buck- Did, you ever try the i ire learn I future. The preMMt work will merely AN'(uQE AT ALL-. I
.ion, on world topics as well 1 as the law horses or wild horses to bring freezer, us a churn he ,medial, c'onnettinir: up the '
liruk in the city with the brick l un the : Neid's Healing Baths
- (O'I'Hn-tu'LJlf; lliirhwav at the city l
limit.*. Neptune loud!" is! ono of thettettR '
JIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1I111I111111I111111I11111111111I111I111I11I1111111111I1111 1 listed in the paving inoifrntn. rf Yh recommended<
.. -- but m in such bad! shape that repairsare eczema and all\ kinds of skin
--- ---, necuutaiy, pending the passing of !I discuses. Also for stomach,,
a bond issue, and the paving
= trouble- For baths and mineral
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; OSCEOLANS ENTHUSE 1'' r water for drinking purport! ,
ON:' BANANA GROWING; leave order at C14 Patrick St,
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== == (Con tin m. o- phone 208.
1 ,-- -- in the banana growing countries or
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-- South America, recommended 1 planting CHARLES NEID Owner
"four of the suckers in each hill, ,
The Bank With = giving them a little more space in KISSIMMEE: FLORIDA
the rows as he claims that it is natural -
the for the banana to grow in --- --
i OUR STRENGTH -= clumps, and by planting four in u hill aa oooo< +Oo-H-H"H>- >sorpaooaMao-ooaaaz saroaaocsas.49ooo''f

Ability you are in a way putting/: it in its
natural environment and better results -
= = will be obtained. Professor
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P =-= and -. --.- =- Ilrrris also advises planting on ridgos I Watch Our Window
or beds when the plantings/ are
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Willingness .. made on low ground.
: == == Another very interesting!: and helpful -
== to Serve '-' point brought out was. that it is '
its
THE strength of this Bank lies not in ._
FOR THE PURPOSE OF INTRODUCING
hest to plant the old root from a

= bricks and stones alone, which makes its =_ plant that has just borne n bum of
P bananas than to plant the suckers, UK :

= DEPOSITS INSUREDBank building, but in the Ideals of Honor held the root plants planted which in the come hill from will give this you old I Aristos Flour

fruit much earlier than suckers will. I ,
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;I by the men who ,conduct its affairs. The method of planting to use with i i ,

lti =- --_ the rid root is to cut off the top when I We are going to sell a 24-pound sack at the unheard of low pricf of ,
the bunch is taken off only a few xi! .oft for the next ten days. This flour is sold under an absolute,
r We ask for the business of those who appreciate inches from with the shovel soil, then take: and the money-back guarantee, and you will find it as good as the best In <
r = riot out a or spade the market. '
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p plant it where you want a hill of ha-
= these standards. = nanas. The buds around the base of 'I
-- = this old plant will then begin to,grow Our new refrigerator case is filled with choice canned meats|ahd J
: and make a plant and fruit much lunch goods at low prices. Come in and inspect our eompletej1lne.! ', j
f sooner than bv taking suckers from of staple 'and, fancy groceries.: Thank ;you. .t'
=- == around the old hills and planting. J,
t' ,. them.In the field row .1.. I
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; ,' s When the subject of returns )to'be' qd:: i

expected brought per, all acre spoke from'Tel'bananas', fayorably was . f t! j
Osceola up ) j;.
I of County about the returns they had been get- ., '
'tt .
-- ting. Mr. Stokely of Mount Dora ,I' J ,( ,
stated that he, had harvested'over;'; ,a ... 'f .,f. r' ,.
... > + 1 ., ,( thousand dollars worth from One acre, i
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rM R t- ,j ?*" > and ,several others, backed..up "Mr.Stoklcy's .

trw ; a 4j yr 4'1v'r' ,, "Hourt 9"A. M.' to 3 P. .Af. statements with) large!: ?returns aBOHahINQHhIDE; iI G Oct :; lJ
.:per. sere; Reeretary'Bowlesstated ; i, ] .
". ..h '>, T. .,f\ ,,,," ,, ,: that'one'could'expect, returns : - t ( .

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