Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 9, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01141
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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BUY NAVE ACREAGE Promises His Best Endeavors If Rev Walter )B. Knight'' 'Wires 'His OBSERVED HERE'
Elected And Boosts The '
City That the Red Cross Acceptance Of Local ,Pastorate
And The County Meanwhile provides three workers in the United

Fifteen Acre Tiled Tract States Hospital at Lake City) FLORIDA, who assisted And Will Begin. December 1 Commissioners i Notify -The

On Mabbette Street Was The political' situation Is warming I 1218 disabled veterans last year?, Rev. Walter B. Knight, of Macon Republicans That They *
Several have
some
up more. men an-
Georgia Wednesday wired A. S. Gilbert
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Purchased ThursdayDoctor nounced another their candidacy for one office That 10 Red Cross Chapters maintain> Red Cross Public chairman ef the pulpit committee Must Hold A_Primary-
or and a representative of the First Baptist church, his
[ lawyer, merchant: chiefthey're -*- of The Gazette has been trying to Health Nurses duty in FLORIDA favorable answer to, the call to the Names of no Republican''candidate a
all Into the big agricultural get a. statement from them. Some I who inspected pastorate of the church extended him will, be printed upon the ballot. for,
getting o.ceola county I nave been undecided, and some have school children last last Sunday: night. Rev. Knight,who the general election next,November

over the IUt of strawberry not I' year, in .; made 4,422 visits, and had been very highly recommendedto in Osceola: county, unless they are
growers of last year and this, and Mayor-Commissioner A. S. GilbertIs held 148 clinics the church.' preached at the morn nominated through a primary'; ac
vegetable shippers of last Wed- one,whose name has been frequent: gave a better chance ing and evening services, ant poke cording a resolution adopted. Monday -
the I ly mentioned as a candidate for for health to by the board of comrals.;
sssday, and not the business men supervisor 1 FLORIDA kiddies at the Sunday school temperance ral- county '
into the crowlncrame. of registration. He was ask I : afternoon at the First sioners. This action followed a statement
who .have And rone then give considers- ed, "Do you expect to be a candidate, [That in Presbyterian church. After the night by W. J. Steed chairman of the
and if do to make FLORIDA Red Cross Chapters held 15 classes In Osceola democratic executive'
the last of the various agricultural so, you care a service a meeting of the church members county
I, don to combines of recent week statement to the public t" Mr. Gilbert'a Home Hygiene and Care of the. Saab,.-last year, completed was held and a call extended to committee, ,in which he said the Republican , "* I
reply was: Rev. vote in the county at the
to become
Knight
the ,
Yesterday afternoon Dr. If. S_Gel. Test, I am a candidate for the office by 219 students. more than 40 of whom were IN KISSIM- Rev. Knight is unmarried pastor.and expects last general election was 682, out of r
JWT, City Attorney W. J. Steed and supervisor of registration andIf MEE? his mother to come Writh him. a total 1 67 1742 votes cast for gover'
Chamber of Commerce President Car- elected will give the office my beet He is a graduate of Mercer University nor. Mr. Steed quoted the primary
Mn Farmer purchased the fifteen personal care. I realise that the That 24 FLORIDA Jiaving studied for the ministry at law enacted by the 1921 legislature
Red
Cross
acre tract of tiled land, with growing books should be accurate and well Chapters enrolled,, 1135 the Moody Bible Institute before entering providing that any political organization -
oops, on Mabbette street from Nave kept so as to give every registeredvoter i Life Saving Members last year, have 19 Life Saving Corps Mercer. While attending Mercer casting more than 80 percent of f
Brothers. Fourteen acres are tiled, a fair deal.I he the entire vote for governor, for Its
in the State managed to keep on the plus
and
strictly, accurate and are gave 103 Life Saving Demonstrations? candidate shall be f
to be crop. have served the city as side of averages in his university declared a political
council-I'
m almost all of the tract. Celery I man for several years and work, while at the same time credit- party and shall nominate its can,
peppers, beans peas, and a beautiful, pointed mayor to fill out the unexpir- ,, That 12 FLORIDA Red Cross Chapters have Junior Red 1 (Continued on pare tear) didate by primary.: ;

array of smaller sited truck crops (Continued on pas four) Cross organizations in 38 FLORIDA schools with Mr. Steed and E. L. D. Overstreet,
this place one of the showplaces 13,028 {
make chairman of the board, had a small
of Osceola county. Incidentally pupils enrolled, who filled 400 Christmas boxes for the CAR OF VEGETABLESSHIPPEDJVEDNESDAY sited argument when Mr. Overstreet f
there is a good object lesson as BRIDGE FOR THECOMMUNITY needy I last Christmas?. expressed the opinion that the action ?e,
to the value of tile-drained and (irrigated 'I requested was none of the board's 4 '
land as one acre ii not under business Mr. Steed affirmed that
drainage and irrigation and the "cropson HOUSE That 7 FLORIDA Red Cross Chapters assisted 488 civil- the law required them to refuse to '

it differ widely from those on the ian families last.year? print the names of Republican candidates i
modern part. Buyer Plans To Be Here On in view of the vote at the last ;

Dr. Geiger, Mr. Steed and Mr. Wednesday Afternoon Club That 12 FLORIDA Red Cross Chapters have Organized Friday Of Next Week To election unless they were nominatedby
"Partner are all officials of the KIsmmmro a primary, and in fairness to the
Chamber of Commerce. The I To Play Bridge And 500 Volunteer Service; that 21 are doing Volunteer Production Bid On Another Car Republican party he believed they

dumber believes in the agricultural For The Memorial Fund Work, and last year produced 1962 and should! be notified. He said the Democratic -
possibilities of his county., and has I garments Kinsimmep's first carload of vegetables party could force this oroce-
sent 1251 of them overseas and that 13 dure, and Mr. Overstreet said he'd
FLORIDA
worked for the development of that The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge ; Chap- this fall rolled north on Wednesday -
hne" of endeavor. They yesterday I I Club I"", the latest Kissimmee organi! ters maintain Loan Closets? night and will sell in New do what he was made to do. Mr. p'
put into concrete form their belief in York next Tuesday morning. This Overstreet said< he would do as the
their city and their county. Mr. Me-morial car follows three or four weeks of 1 rest of the board decided, and the
gtaed last summer tiled considerableof I I ular card club give a benefit That the American Red dross has spent in FLORIDAfour express shipments, but the firs, one resolution was unanimously adopted.The .

his own acreage and the results HO 1 card party next Friday night at the times the amount Florida has contributed ? in which the growers have cooperated ( resolution follows: t
far obtained MOWed him the value Grnystone hotel proceeds of which I toward filling a car and thereby Whereas, the Republican party at '
thereof Dr. Geiger has been one of will go into the Memorial Community That the American Red Cross taking advantage of the in the last general election In November. .
the boosters for the development of (House fund, according: to announcement spent last year $7,000000in ; transportation cost. Ninety cents a 1920, cast more than 80 percent of .
the county along these lines and now ,by Mrs. John Pugh president service to the men who wore the American uniform in crate lots freight will have to come the entire,vote in Osceola<<: county,
goes into the game himself. Carson of the club. the World War and to their out of the returns to the grower J'Jorlct..t. ; its candidate far governor -
families? ,
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Farmer cleared and tiled five acres Each member of the club will donate than the amount of express would and
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of his land north of town last a table and there will be high have been in individual shipment Whereas, .under the provisions' of
summer and recently: finished the and low prizes for both ladies and That the American Red Cross last year spent $525,000 in Wednesday's" carload was mostly 8582 Acts of' the 1921

inking of a 400 foot four inch well gentlemen. Players may take their 110 disasters. more than 2 per week and only once eggplant there being 207 crates of Legislature, said Republican. 'party ,
on the place. choice between bridge and 600. anda this fruit, while 74 peppers and 29 by casting the said vote is declaredto
The tract these gentlemen have full attendance of Kissimmee's devotees asked extra financial help? crates of cucumbers completed the be a political party within .the*
purchased is the one which was first of the pastime is expected on l lot. Nineteen growers co-operated in meaning that chapter; within Os-
tiled in Kissimmee two rears ago by .this occasion: while at the same time I That the American Red Cross maintains a reserve nurs- getting: the car load and the shipments ceola <<:county Florida and ....

the laU F. A. Nave. Mr. Nave saw helping out the popular fund for the ing corps of 40,000 graduate nurses that-1038 Red Cross were some of the finest ever Whereas, under the provisions of
the possibilities in tile drainage and Memorial Community House. The ; sent from Osceola county. County that chapter, it will be necessary for
irrigation In the excellent: Osceola proceeds will come from' tickets entitling Public Health Nurses are relieving suffering and teaching Agent J. R. Gunn and H. E. Brown the Republican party of Osceola
and made the first holders in loaded the car while J. W. Crow ad- to nominate all their.
county soils experiment the to participate people how to keep well? county. Florida
ded the value of his
In recent years. The success the games: Excellent refreshments experience pacedinto elective county officers in Osceola
of his endeavors primarily served which donated ting the shipment properly under the of'lawgoverning
was will be are by That the KISSIMMEE county provisions
Chapter of the American Red the car. '
responsible for the adding Oils )'ear the meTnKers. ;.10 primary elections. ,
of more than twenty acres of tiled Players should make 'their table ,Cross last year did production work for disabled veteransin and Next there Friday is more another good news car will in store roll, Therefore. Be' It Resolved by the
tracts in the vicinity of Kissimmee. reservations early in order that the Board of County Commissioners of "M
government hospitals Home for the J. Storcri who
Hygiene to grower. was
Since Mr. Nave's untimely death his gave courses
ladies of the club may know approxi in Kissimmee yesterday and who has Osceola county, Florida that the Republican -
tons have been operating the place mately how many to prepare for. Kissimmee women and girls, assisted Kissimmee' ex-serv- seen the fine\ class of vegetables this party in Osceola county,
and are producing some excellent They may be made from Mrs. Howard ice men and Kissimmee civilian families? section Is producing, has asked'' for Florida be put on notice that It will
crops there tills year, which how be. Katz or at the Tress news stand. an opportunity to bid on next week's be necessary for them to nominate

come the property of the new owners. The Business and' Professional That KISSIMMEE needs Public carload. This will mean, if he buysit In a primary all candidates for court. .
Health
Nurse? That
It is understood that the purchase Women's Club scored another success a that he will pay cash to the grower ty offices who they desire to run in
price was in the vicinity. of $1000 per on Hallowe'en night when they the KISSIMMEE Chapter must maintain a Loan Closet? and in view of its being a car the general election to be held in November
acm put on their "Spooks' Revel" at the That the KISSIMMEE Chapter financial load he will be able to pay better 1924. and that no names of,
depends on nominees will be
Bullockfor your than individual shipments anv Republican
homo of Mr. and Mrs. S. 11 prices he can for
the Community House fund. The assistance? which must go by freight Mr printed on the ballot unless nominated -
PYTHIAN SISTERS lawns and porches were crowded fromcurly .Starch plans to be in Kis iinmoe on in a primary and according to law.

in the evening;' until late where That next Sunday, Armistice Day, opportunity will be Thursday and Friday. All growers!
fortune booths good things'" who want to "' et in" on this car,
Jelling ; : (
CONVENTION HERE to I"at'and drink, masquerade dancing given at all Kissimmee homes to join the Red Cross should communicate with County CONSIDER CHANGINGTHE 4

and l a highly appreciated (by almost and have a hand in the great work of THE GREATEST Agent Gunn before Thurnday

I everybody) program was pre MOTHER OF THEM ALL-who did Amer The growers who shipped eggplant COUNTY FARM
not forget
District
Meeting Of Lodge sented. in Wednesday's car were: E. C. McKee -

Next Thursday Will HaveA Silhouette movies opened the program ica's wounded sons when the war was over? Clay Partm, Will HuRhey Mark
after which the audience was Wright Company, Coy Reaves Claude
Hundred Delegates given the opportunity of 'meeting That Annual Memberships are $1.00 ; Contributing, $5.00; Tyson, Ike Bronson, Nelson Makin- Commissioners Want Farm
some of the movie stars. Kneesa son, Bass Brothers and T. E Walclon. Ki..immee Temple Number :21.Pythian I tiara, alias Mrs. J. D. Newby Pole- Sustaining, $10.00; Supporting, $25.00 ; Life, $50.00, and > Pepper shippers were; II. E.

Sinters, will be the hostess cat Nigger, alias Miss Augusta Winn, Patron, $100.00 ; and that all but 50c of each membership Brown, C. H. Funk McLean. and Butler Present Is Sold
and
Nave Brothers, C. I Eby
to n V. D. Daniels, alias Miss Percie *
the district convention next Thursday -
November 15. The convention Oliver. and Rudolph Outa Gasolma, secured in Kissimmee goes into the local chapter fund for Lupfer and Weeksj Cucumber grow- With a view toward purchase of a
alias Mrs. Lillian Deyoreo, entertained health work relief and Public Health Nurse? era who had crates in the car were: -
Hall.meetings will be held at Fraternity the crowd with musical and vocal J. F. Niswon rer, H C. Usrhtsey, C. county farm more nearly commensurate
I 4. Acice, and Lupfer and Weeks. with the needs of the county and
Mrs the Louise McCoy Grand will! attendthe Chiefof numbers(Continued, some of on which rag Bight were) -both. We ask,, the people of Kissimmee to remain at horn one which would produce more of a.'

meeting Pythian, and Sisters delegates, will ccme Sunday during the hour from 12:30: to 1:30: at which time KISSIMMEE WINS revenue, the county commissioners '

from' Lwsburif, Mount Dorn Rustis, CONTRACTS VET FOR volunteer workers of the Red Cross will call at the Kis- I Monday instructed County Agent J.
Titusville, and Orlando. The itus- R. Gunn to investigate the Dr. J. R.
villa Degree Team will be in attendaoce. simmee homes, to invite membership. McCartey place on Shingle Creek and,

: FROMJROOKSVILLEOsceola his findings. \
ROAD report
KENANSVILLE
MRS. HOWARD ANDERSON. MRS. ROY STARBI D.
One session during the day will be The present county farm is too Urge
open to the general public. This will Chairman Volunteer Personnel Chairman Advertising: High School RompsOn for the needs of the county: it was
be the memorial service which will MRS. H. M. KATZ. MRS. JOHN PUGH, and I
occur at 2 o'clock at Fraternity Hall. I Bids Of Three Contractors Chairman Arrangements Chairman DAMS Supplies, Tired Brooksvillians because brought of out the In small the discussion nnmbr of inmates -
DR. W. C. NORTON ELLIS F. : ,
The sessions at 11 in the morn For Different financial
in open servedat Accepted Chairman Churches Chairman Speakers For Six TouchdownsThat cannot be worked to ., '"
and 12:30 luncheon will be
; to the county. There are
Phases Of The Job J. M. RHINE HOWARD M. KATZ advantage
the
Hall
Fraternity dining room. 214 in the present "white elephant .
acres
Mayor-Commissioner A. S. Gilbert Rural Chairman' Chairman Auditing designation of the boys from it called by someone '
as was :
will deliver the opening address nt Bids from three contractors were ALLISON T. FRENCH Roll Call ChairmanGAZETfE'S Brooksville Is not intended as an in- which land under privets ownership .
,the morning session. At the nightsession opened Monday at the regular November sult. The reverse is true. The team and development, would be far more
at 8 o'clock the floor work I meeting of the board of and the Kissimmee people who be- of an asset to the county than it is at
will be exemplified by the Titusville I county commissioners! for opening came acquainted with the boys from present. The Dr. McCartey place
Degree Team.In I the right of way and building necessary Hernando county pronounce them the consists of eight acres, four of which
addition to the Grand Chief of bridges on the road from Ken- finest set of fellows they've run up are in bearing grove and already hasa
Florida, Mrs. McCoy other grand of. 'I'nsville to Holopaw. Specifications BOOSTER NUMBER against in a long time, good sportsand tiredout fair income. with possibilities for f
,Seers< in attendance wit be Miss Elizabeth called for grubbing grading, bridging MEETING WITH MARKED SUCCESSIT clean athletes. They were much more. Dr. and Mrs. McCarteyare I
Donegan. Past Grstod Chief; and piling but none of the men from the long trip and the players in very poor health and will din '
)(rs, Julius Smith District Deputy presenting included all four who were with the Osceola pose of the place at very reasonable
wand R. Kilpatrick WILL BE PUBLISHED IN DECEMBER AND WILL CONTAIN High last year know what that The this J
Chief, and Mrs. L R. Farmer phases of the work. D. terms to the county grove
District Manager. Mrs. II. NelsonMarino bid on all but the grubbing H. N. MANY LIKE-LIKE PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTIONS OF means. They haven't forgottenthe of lastyear. :year will produce about four hundred f
is Most Excellent Chief of Bratton on all but the &tegrubbwhile i PEOPLE AND THINGS AND MUCH GOOD TEXT MATTERThe Fort Meade game addedanother boxes of fruit most of which are oranges -
coach .
th Kissimmee Temple. W. H. Mann hid on The Brooksville information which fur- I with some grapefruit. ...
alone. Gazette is much encouraged: over the reception that has been bit of J. E. Lupfer. who has been appoint sad
the sogreat
DEMOLAY ther shows .why scorewas
ORDER WILL The bids were as follows: W. II. given its forthcoming: Booster Edition. One .week before hit charges guardian for the aged eoepte'ap-t'+ 1
OBSERVE -PARENTS' DAY" Mann, grubbing 23 acres $49 per Everybody In and about Kissimmee so far approached for support Saint Lee peered before the board' and stated '
had a very heavjr
grading the have responded with liberality and prompt- played heard the commissioners were
aen. $1127; D. X. Kllp-trick. of undertaking a and had been battered black that he
teeeela Chapter Order of DeMoy.'snet 29.600 I yards St bridging ne a.that bespeaks splendid success. In a word, this big edition ef team and ,blue. That the westerners bad discussing: the .purchase of a'\'wore. .I
\ 'in regular session. last St- per cubic yard, $16,984; The Gazette wiU truthfully depict Kissimmee of today: as a live the and the pt,waa dam* suitable location for the county! farm'
,stlay4night It was decided to ob- SU7 board feet at 8-5.00psr thou- wideawake little city, the people of which are nappy and:,contentedand enstrated gameness. the first and' last-fiveminutes and presented the imposition relative
by
>.wve Parents' Day" on November sand; $20SM> : and piW. 17'0 linear impressed with the future of the place. of th.. game.":_ ',I to the McCartey pUee." A number' of
1 504.80 H. feature with the issue will be the publishing of a number of ;, who were .ta attendance .t' .
,this being one of the special days fe t atcents per toot, ; A ,AJU of which Is said in1 no disparagement cltisens "
,/f**. order.; A committee was:app N.. :Bratton, bridging .1,370< board cuts of the' more interesting' residences that are here today. These of the Kissimmee. players.-They the meeting endorsed the proposal *fsetUa f
0 J Include the large,ead.enaall boatel, and wU far toward briny better 'eftunty 'farm/-ana "\ ),
,Mertd" to'lUke necessary:arranre- fset-at,$60.00 per thousand $1882 : wiU go played 'good ball, some say the. beet t "
a ts.eoIsdagrof Fred linear xeat\V&1'ewuta; ing' many, never hlmeseslets, ,.thb Iraq. .* to wta/s 4 weN appantlr'.u.Ia.-'ofltM ,- .
Lupfer, pun, -1740 ,.;_.oA.&li-! dete3ls,. title year. They observed which t.naoIt ..
... these, Act The wo :!
'8lw*. ''a.d" Wf! Chapman 'and perA foot;-.$438.00'"and'gribleg'at$0.o0 .WlII youg M"" be ". the titIaIJ7..au erewd' whe.witaeuell inrdeeid.dP ; '
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".VIt Docghten. Further announceo per'acre, 188000.$ .. The: com- concerning. ,same, bot dent deto.!r M the time' is short,'nl, the game were preodcf;u... SoyteaU ta the eonatX4aa' l "
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t TWO KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, NOVEMBma .; 'I$ S' r .. aProceedings

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Of The \ H. O. Partin and 'carried; request was .
granted; '
County Commissioners I Pat Johnston reported there was a'possible II :
'I chance to get settlement Our Groceries I

The Board of County;; Commissioner I with bond company on funds of S. R. City Tax Notice ,
''in and tor Osceola county, Flori- I and B. District No. 2,' and asked them

Via, met in regular session on Monday to pan a resolution authorizing him ''
,, October 1, at 10 o'clock a. m., to make such settlement as he might are good groceries and soldoni
'there being/ present E. L. D. Over. bo able to get. Upon motion of A. 4 are
street chairman, II. O. Partln, A. F. IF. Bass, seconded by II. O.., Partin, ;

Bass, R. V. Phillips commissioners; and carried, resolution! was passed.J. the 'money back if,you are not satis '
:Johnston and Garrett, attorneys for R. Gunn county' spent, reportedthat will .- ,
the board and J. L. Overstreet, clerk. he was on duty and assured the The city tax books of Kissimmee, Florida, r t

The .board was called to order bv members of the board that he- 'was fied l ttJ:1. 0 iP.
its chairman and the minutes of the ready to co-operate with them( in anyway be in the hands pf the City Clerk and Tax Collectoron p : ,

September meetings read and approv- I possible for the best, interest of ..\

ed. tile county and hoped he would and after Thursday, November 1, 1923 for the rf
Mrs'! M. Pucket Foster and :Mrs. .have their support and co-op<,rntion. .

II. Wells of St. Cloud, Came before! Mr. Gunn advised the board that ho Collection of Taxes for 1923. Five Percent Discount R.: PRIVET : .
the bonrd and asked them to allJW had been very (busy assistingnew .
tho school "lunc-h room at S.t. Cloud planterw who wer*'* in need of assistance ,
the sum of $60. Upon motion of lie also stated, that he would'" will be allowed for early payments, dating '\ '

Cominis.ionpr A. F. Bass. seconded! 1'ko to know if they would. have a I' ..
by Commissioner H. O. Pnrtin and) fair in the fall!' as, )hi-! would need t time from Thursday, November 1, to Friday, November Phone 36

<-arri I"M, request WitS jrranlpd to work up interest The board pave

J. E. Lupfer reported that there Mr. (!uin, the usruranci' of their ,sup ;JO; 1923.XO ) ;!. I.t. -- --.,
( \188 n misunderRtandinfr "trnnlinp: port. ,/I. < .
the $45 the boardote l <1 to Dr. anti,! Commissioner A. J K. HIHR rcioU'.lMrs. |

Mrs.! J R McCaitey, static;* that ho IJobei; Pu IjTi'tt in need, of MSnistanoe.
understood part of the mtneyva.. The elt'.1.! ) tlu-n piehn-ited! J DISCOUNT. AFTER.NOVEMBER> : 30 1923: ; BASS CONSTRUCTION I

to he sf>('nt for prooerti'M and! there- ':iod reml in opt| n "'IUl.J l it (.bet a< ANYII-II II'VOOD
foe hud, inctiui'U'd F. C. Hrvan (C',m- follows!) : antler from M>:.. ,Culli-:

pany to allow them lo !yet qupplic-j\ ) ..Icrnignnlrs., Emma E. South) Mis. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
. 1-1 the o.piount; of $ZI.r.S.!) alto tlv.t: I Iu .t.\I---V..JJlitt.. till> 'o! wh..ni, vvi-ri- .

!Mrs. I'icrpc( had! b,*"'n fir inK!; fh-'t"-, :t kiiur the county! ft;,>r ns-i.t'innUp- J. '.R GILBERT BRICK:, STONE, '," t
nashin'ff/ nt $:J'r\ month. Tin beard. on tn: ttion of ''I. (O). Purline.Or i d(-'d I ...
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STEEL S'fU ceo'J
ruler having,: ,consirlenvl' the 'matter, 1 boy; It. V. I'bill'p;' and ci Micil. t.hl'i .
upon motion of A. F. Baas, ,seconded mutter was refers r'I 1 tu ( onlutsSaultr'. I I N. I.'. 1USS JACK BASS 'l !

I ly II. O. Partin and. carried I. :I(;r.1 l l't A. !I'*. Bass. .1t"1 Tax' Collector 322 Royal Street 615) Sproule Avenue t
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allow the\ payment! of th" rxtiii (;.\V. Avhton rypovteil! the nerd I t
1 Tills! and tho clerk was inst'-iirt< 1 to ji-ii.thof truck and! r. '.1 lie i o-i'-l' ) ref
( rn\v warmrt for nnntiuitlp.! e'nte one( fur $:5"i! ) ). Upon'| 'iiiot., l.m"1 ;..'r )>C-'O---; : ,.. .:O'x"X: >++to'.
I roll in of( coroners' iniiqiic.t II. O. P..rl MwonJe-J I I'h: / iI- ' "
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\.1' filed and ordered pai-I. 't."inled" ti o mike p'jrcha: i1. in-I' i .?.
A committo ('ollsl"ti"(* ( f ..Imlifc.l t'( K. Johns'" a.kcd\ the bnav-l \
.<. W- 1'nrtor. )tcv. WilTam' t.iinc'i' .=. allow t th(- SI. Cloud l'rib'a,-t "n I Tip I .:.
: nd C. A. M'nlcv. app! i'i"l! b-fo"> the' Vi.ll.: -, (C.i, c'ttr to Mi'iiJ) nil. ,I III'\v < |1..1'.ipirs J eoRU. .. L"1"i'a.. 1't"1 i ;j- 1 .A-'l'i' :' house at corner of Vernon Avenue and Hughey

hoard in 1h") inleio-M of St ('loo'i iI .!. ,,i\i! >nise ,Itt.It fir t'lI' r.,0) --. -- -='-: ._-- == j' j* :Strtrta. J. .rge front living room, dining room, library pantry, .!
I",,"(I. Mr. Porter upc-Hkinjt! in lit'h.'ilf: ] The hoard after itn' r'. 10,1 lI '' '
ty. tog j .-I: ketch n and large screened porch! on Ant floor. Four large| bed ,
of the. biii, Raid they foil they should ered the "matter, upon motion of A. Chapel Licensed! Funeral l Director I '
( Id-I Store and :: i looms, tub nn-1 shower bath and three-tide exposure sleeping l
be rerornirp'l./ the board! should makean fuss. set o"It'd l-y K. V Phillip: )
equal division of the funds! to h'" f.uiie-1.. i agreed t > allow! then $U )( -an,4 Stncmt*. S\mpatlftic, San it. /. Kindmrmt i j .'''. porch upstairs.! Two car garage in rear of lot. For sale at bargain <

(given out for that purpose. II. (C. ,each( for wVifli: they \\iie to mail. All falrant .'.. prico. See or write- r I
Stanford entered! into the discussion out 100 C( pies each. v, ryI" "';, fo I Stewart Aienue .

r anti snid' that it was his opinion the three months. Kiimimmee I High Grade Ambulance.Service at Call! ; | W. B. CRAWFORD, Orlando, Florida
amount donated! by the board should bonds toll :
Notary appro\c'l us vs : rlncc, 249 ,I'lIONICS\ :: R'-aldriire: 71

be hurdled] bv the Chambers!< of Commerce M'F9; Carrie Dnrr-iii'-e." with I'.it Johnston ,. - --- .-.u.-. '........... ../.!. . . .. . . _ _ . _ _ .....,..n....,..............
of. tvissimniee and'\ :SL. (Cloud!, nnd II. C. Piano ax su''etirslirs ;
such donation t1 be as laii:1' as> 'llv :\\ l.iriiisc Vi-rnun wi h ( ;I. F.Kribb" . --tL

publicity fund would p< rini'! Th( and \V. .1. Steed as sureties: ,.....r'- 1 : : ;

board aBSiireJ' ;! the committee that St. \V. 1. Steed, with c'. F'. I Kribbs! und I T. .. iii: ;
t CIl'udlQuld receive her p-o tua! of H. ::\i. Kill-/, as suietier; jiistu'e pcri'c ...01' .
the fund when it was divided.,is'""i, with: t.I. S. :

Mr. Stanford 11"< a representative L. l.upfi-r, anj J. /. Robfi-iOii, ji i.ire.-: ,
of the ("hamher of Cunimeree. nskt. ; ties. -

the boaid to puss a resolution rejr'irdinp C.V .\ hton reported, that Jams Here "
: the removal of signs on t the Dixie Hronsin\ had! been hurt and ".." unable N- .
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1 Highway. The board han; di.- to \\ork and l Vn-"del l I at..istamUpon : -- / are ; ;
cupH'd! the matter, Commissioner A. motion of A. F. 15 is1-. s.!. aide<1 '
F. Baits made a !motion that the board( by II. O. I'aitin and rarrusl l. tinmtt,' :
of countv rr-mmissioners p-o on record ter 'ray referred to <('mi "issiciner, .1' i, i
nn favoring the action( of the M. Hansell.Wni. I \

I Chamb"r! of Commerce in its attempt I IJarlKTttax a,-i'ssor, ji-> I Game Loads
to have signs removed. Motion wasFeronded rented hi"- t'tx (banks, to !the \li'inrd of Remington

by II. O. Partin and cui- count commissioners for find examination -

ried. I and acceptance. Thereupon.the .
Judge Comer reported that E. II.I I|I board proceeded with their work

Kenyon and family who were now of comparing the two copies of tax
next time out hunting, stop at Remingt on teats showed that powd;rvariesbatch ,
you go
drawing! $15 per month from the roll with the original look, and .iftir t THE by&tch-even the same kind and weight. A given
for of
dealer's and ask him a box
had agreed to return to their stud
county having carefully compared the doesn't
weight of the same kind of powder alwaysgive
home in North Carolina if the board copies with the original book and! Remington Game Loads for the particular kind
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Game Loads
the came results. So in Kerning-
would pay transportation. Upon motion having founi and determined l that of game you are alter
the of to
amount
i or II. O. Partin seconded by R. they were exact copies, true and correct ton adyuara powder give exactly
V. Phillips and carried the matter upon motion of Commissioner r The name of the game. is right on the box. the right mhootihtt quality for the specific gome.
was referred to Commissioner A. F. I H. O. Partin, seconded by Commis- Powder varies-Remington Gtmu Load do not.

Bass. sioner A. F. Bass and carried, the Youll note that the weight of the powder it Take f Just one box Remington Game Loads out t

J. D. Begga of Orlando, represent- books were accepted and signed by not marked on the box. and-usa them. Notice bow they shoot In your gun.
i faff the Southport Cattle Company, the members of the board, and certificates I
reported the need of a road from as presented by law attached It isn't shown because Remington Game Load And remember this: If you' go back to the store

F Pleasant! Hill to Southport and thereto, and recorded in the minutesof are not loaded to specified we/tfAt next week or next MDb-0I' go to any store in a
,agreed with the board that if they the board. town-and get another box of the same
r 'would have' /survey made of the pro- Mr. Barber then asked the boardto The box of shells you get fa loaded to give kind of Remington Game Load the shells will
; poled road he would draw a petition allow him to draw $700.36 commissions a uniform velocity pattern'and.penetration. perform exactly the ..ame.kjY'p . IIIP
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'' asking the. property owners for aright as commissions! on the assessment j

Ytra of way. He also assured the for 1923. Upon motionof; t, i\\; .) ':lr.r' ', ." Remington Arms Company, Inc. New York City: ... .
board that the Southport Cattle Company A. F. Bass, seconded H. .
O. Partin
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carried .. .a.1oIuW: .... ;' -.f, . ,.
would give; right of wav for and his request was granted.The ;;o r.P y..t' t
1 road. Upon motion of A. F. Base,, following bills were examined 0 :.J .
,I seconded Hy II. O. Partin and cjrriod. approved land ordered paid:

t. County Krjtineer. E. Johnston Jfaeral llweaue Food
wa.4 in.ttudpti to make survey, 1 Ip- K 1. ut.'iHtr 'i't. cotniniftHlui.-,
i ginning; at the south end of 111"troad sinner ((2 mtM'tlnuH) $ ,in i to> .i.741iLRlk1rk17Dfadf
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.1 :M llaiiffMI. I'ommNMlon 4\Its'"
and running t ) Southnort. II\ <) I'uitln. commlffiMon'T.
Mr. Armstead rerresent'itivi':t of 0 12 rnui'tliiMB) __ |II| 2"A '
C the Lake Wales Naval Stoics Cjmpr.ny I K l"l's.'n':" \ ,.lo ".1'. ((2 I I _....

I i'' renorted the nerd of n to >! iron It nK-"lln\ I;I'MllipK! s> o niiiiDiHHiniier, ? :12 I4 in(00;. I I.J {i .w b aY.1.rL S r'u41vID iOS ;y w u,_..._.SLLw _"_._.,." ......,..... _
TV'hopkce to Melbovine: rond Up n \\l IVCI '.I'.I. b.rk II? (Ml.Idl.iiH -- '
mole of A. F. Bass sooondc f 'iv, II. .in Cnri.-tt.; alt", ants .U I'lxlt.-'r./ t pros i .iitty 3:13:1T : :! D6a 1140 DAD
NUUCKI C
O. P.irtin and (carried: J. E. J"hnst ''n i iW'2. 'I I. Cum. r, CMUiily JuUK.: __ 25 duf. OUAII UKSaO OAD u+w SL
:; instructed to make a survey of It Furmrr, rare of Jail; !I n_ 12 r.n
;p the proposed road. I'' .1 I I.: II+,.es.. Janitor _,_ .__ f.G no
J. S. Cadel presented a plat show- J It Omni, county intent IfiOlml (
( l) A HUH fnl.,.'man Co llmm- ii5; nil'hainlHT
ing an old road near ('"n < 'onnner- i'" )half] rant to flfl _
1 Coinnany at Campbell Station. nd! j': SI C'loml. t-hambur, huff nut :i tarn l lV < '-" ---
\ I llarbur. eoinml nl' .35.12
asked Lf it was a public road to which" ( ms :

the board advised Mr. Cadel that it It r.-Klnelt.YlalBtvaanrrMam 20(111( Quail Load Duck Load Buck Shot Load GOON Load

was not a public-road and therefore (f.irif' I n.-ivls . h >:an: 00 R.rnmmvtidf d far pull Do... Rorommrndrd for Duck Ph*>...t. RicomAiondod, for D....Black RocOBDinondod for Ooooo, Pea.Toiktr .
K WD MIoock. 5.11. Flavor .odbnlpr. H.wk CrowRabb4tP.nridp.Pr.ld.. U.or and Wolf. and Kaccoon.Itcaage .
the board had II Kenynn If. (MIKOK <
authority to ..
no act. u .
FVtoiKoii _ 12 OoMm 19. 16 and Jo-g.ug.; No. Chicken and Orsu.e. 12. 16 and 2Vui u..cu..:lo.dod with 13..1.... ; No. Cbillod ar
Commissioner' R. V. Phillips made .. 7 ChlU.d., ., abDI.'Z. .
John Muloni- _ . loon' I Chla.d: of Soft Shot. ;No.5,6or KoftBhot. ND.II E.st.ro cbot.
i/notlon that\ the board advertise for Mrs M IfroiiMon . 1000
bib t>/fl the opening jf< road from I Mm WIlUaniH . KKiiUlll
KiOiT,
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r = Ilolopaw to Kenansville, the bid to \V C Tanner .un'Uh, ,, __ K OO
call for opening the right of way, Twit| Peterson n______ H I ooJann
ClommonB ._ B.foo
and building cf such '
y grading ponds Ki unk Evans ,. &00 ? pR.t 6p r .. RISL et e 7a
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bridges as were shown on specifications Samuel Mont.J ca _# _._ __ 6.00 11 ilA BIT tnClrrDUOlIAA1\ 11. 6ROU5tlotDr
to be furnished by the county R O Livingston ____ . ___ .OO
engineer. Motion was seconded by Mr. M Krookihirr. rare ofClarence
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A. F. Bass and carried. J. E. Johnston Thompson n
Judge Comer Inquest over J. -A. .1 H 9SJur a'w
was!! then instructed to make .*... ('.r HrrN la ia.At. J. A. I
i and specifications, and John Dronnon ______._ ________ 1.00
survey
prepare n C Arnold ___________.. ,___ __".0.iJ
i the cleric instructed to run notice for t. A. Ouy ___ _____ ___ l.oo
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? bids to be received November 5, 1923. H a (Clldden _- _.__-_-___ .. _____ 1.00 Rabbit LoadKoeommonood Heavy DltcJsLoad Qroiue Load
J. Nathan Bryan and W. C. Bass C O Bait..rton _.-. .- ____ __ ___ 1 DO row Ribtatt tfr-..... raeernmendtd for Duck Brant sad look ............... for Oreoee,rValrfeChickm
L appeared! before the board in the interest John H. Baladt ________ _____ ._ l.OO sad Squirrel. 12. I*..d t- ..It bk. ....4,5*r 6 Chilled. or soil Shot. Pheaaant. ..,Ul....
Kll. bt-th K. Arthur wltnraa ..5(1Idctla .....; N....C III'" 0'.." )......,. roeomn>..d.J for Duck Ph_...., Rabbit, DormR.bbltDuckssd..Irr.Lhot.
.(i of the Kissimmee Concert 1atnor, wltnea. -.__. h .50 { Fartriia..Prairie Chicken Bad OrotiM.Lvadod It, I* ... .-(.....; Nat Ckllledr
Band, and asked them to tonaldermaking Isaac[ Hedmond, witness ______ h .fto only la If, (1Mb ebelle-Ne.6.t or 7H c."'.. Soft Shot.
donation for the of Wlllla King ...ltn.... .__n. ___ .In or Soft Sbot.
I : a support Ruth Redmondwilnesa ___ .. ..BOJudftre
the band. The board having discussed Corner two Insanity cases
C the matter Commissioner A. F. (O. and Me.U...0
Bass made a motion that the Board Dr T M RI........ ..aam_______ .____ 4.00
allow the Chamber of Commerce of Or E Derbyahtre. Insanity case
i \1'IR"I.' McClure) .___ 2.00 -
St. Cloud and Kissimmee out of the N C Hryan. same. __"h_'hn.__ _____ *..00H R
i publicity fund $1000 each, one half L .upfrr. Inaanlty cane (H. I.. lL 1 (
of',':j of which amount to be used by the Overatroet. ) _n___-_ ___ ___ Z.OO 125QUIRRCLI4)AD SNIrE p0vf. OAD IloAS
Dr H Brlnaon Name----------- 2.00
said Chambers of Commerce for the 11I1....."...... ,,,.y r r wM
1, support; of the bands of St. Cloud and Valley rtniette. legal printing-_ 7.SOOacrola r se' -
'!. 1 Klssimroee. Motion was seconded by Hardware Co., supplies IS.60 ,
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\V n Maklnaon. supplies 11.40
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: Commissioner R. V. Phillips and car- R 8 Klovd. oow teal-------___ SS.OO gpCliD QBJI r _
'Il r ned.a People Hank loan .______.: __1&00.00Pf'opl"
J liank. Interest ______._ 40.00
W. II. Boice reported that the/TOP- Wenner-ftawyer., uppllaa __.___ 7.46 Sgrhnt Load Snipe Load Dove Load Trap Load,
" ;r (, arty owners. at Edgewater. I Fla Feed more mule feed17.76' Rmom.andd for.strr.t MM...m...*... far ...p., ..n. M.._aMa4.4 for DM>..Quell,.."...., 12...... out,; r...1.l '...
w ",; sneht-of way, for road,.to Southport I U. A D.... car pauper..:.u...__ 46,00Lupfer ssd Rabbit It, It sad Sf. Plover, WiMtdvesk ... Oa.ll. IS. PoUnd(.,Ftovcr,Or*.... and Wood ckarca of I *i AUIMM.(Ha.JH .
' .the board would, have it gothat and Pratber. tea and oil 41.H te a.1 Ne. CkillW M I* and S0....(.! Nab CliUI4 .r. eat 11. It-Bad 20-cau(.: .... Chiliad.Saal and.pa lal
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'" Leo Godwin. ln*.4x ..... J>uaty MaSao.l ..i....... Chill..'.,Soft ahot .441D" ,.
:y r wsyw C. S.- Aeree one of the proper- Tadcatt : .. 4.60 (
2i'j, \' .itytowners 'being present-,was asked inarlf Hfcka. work------1'---..._,_.*-_-_ S9.00 ,
". ..,iffee had any objections to the road'lrvnning W I Barter, ommlBBlon. 133 '; .
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(10:e, ,: through ,his' pasture'. :Mr. Mrs aa..ssm.nt n Pt.ta.'laundry' fop Dr.- ,'-',740.1 HI .,
1> ;; : -'I|Acres .aWrh., would;,not want the McCartey i.-.iJI.--j.-i-! 1.00 .. '... <

vt' k' 'road' }through his pasture, No actlopI Mm I* .M. 1f.ntbnl twreepr.___ and, "j.J :..45.Oil(' 4J11 .' ,fll ;n. Ii' 10 t Q' ai'
uMr.' 'B >IcCartey4
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' ,; .k' ,.: .() "\. ;' Water anu UcTi'Plant_! ,-.,_ 20.20r1yphotis " r n l ._,. t ..;. "M., ,. I
!tit.. rilplleeellting W.G Ct'ii'-.j-Uil-',' ) .. \o
J1't.. ;X'- M.lnr" ; ,tohotoht : .pent : -14.41ro '_ : \)0) .
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';" . .'I.i.I.. ) .f'\6t,',Cloud,..:a.ked, the board' 's.i 'R.d2aas.OII'road'work'tt BHBB.Bj4.+r _, t r..o, r15a4',1'.taP < !' ....1ot, ; M '. ,' ".: .;11\,10\ oI/r\/t\ ; '.' ':; . ." ,"'! ' .I!' . ., .,' \ 1 \" .' t' '
: 'Ikjto't4ltrornmleld the'>cancellation of, ..11't __. _w .... ,:,, .., ' : '% t-Hrii.'ttfZ ;W "I" .... .;. .... Mtr j Wt "*r, fi,4fAr I. 1 .# J&
;;p U WI A.hton" tont!1 taa.' i.,. \ r..l .. ,.j ./ aI .'t.f.htj"tM II'tIl: ,n.tet 'r 'sl'1"ae. / f::: ** ,! .. 'i 'si N L. &:: 4i< ; ..\. t
.eertJftea . nd svbs qtteati omit;' t 'Nuns. read __ 0.0 tJ !
Jt 'Wor1c.l.fI:
;c t. .. itecl taxet'on'lots 7, 8, 17vl8-i4 and:., Ol|rnf...I.Sharp;;. read -wsrNaa> -"r--. ._' "I..M ',..,'- '" ,..-: 'It'" ...:.:.............-.i......". ... ,'' '.' ......r...........31t. . . -d: .. flyi AUt9NCtTItERY': ...",' r'a
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kl t: r .J. .....: f!'.Batton ftatt': f Basseeonde b 1. ;. lLnUf .Ir.OR: "rags...$svea. r. .. ? ..
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We have decided to go into the ready-to-wear game more extensively. In order ':


to get this line advertised, we offer unusual bargains ,for two days, :



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100 Dresses
Coats received this week in Jersey
all the new shades and
4 'styles; sizes from 1 year to This dress comes in assort ( )
size 40. Prices A QC
1 from . . . $ ed shades and styles, one of, a

the leading materials used l''
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50 New Skirts received this season for stylish dresses l
W pleated styles in all the new
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/ I shades, plain colors and some in lot,worth,up as 1
stripes, some brush wool to '
high as $20.00.. We offer
match sweaters. Prices; as

''I'I.c :. introductory price from. . $4.9 5 them as introduc-. /tir> .QC' '

I tory price ,
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All Wool Scarfs received 50 Silk Crepe Dresses in all the leading
/1- this week in all the new styles and shades, values up to $25.00. a
shades and \ We offer them as introO.95
'" styles from $2'98 : v + ductory price, from . . u* ,r rI

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100
We have a full line of brush wool

I I' sweaters. New styles coming in daily.
handsomely trimmed, as-
Prices can afford to 'fI
you_ .'__ pay.'____A"'''_=_
and shades I 1
sorted styles ; We have a nice line of Stetson j I "

with bell sleeves; hats in the latest styles.
some ."..,.__ _no o _..___ J-.c"-I""". "'."." "''''"'_
values up to $25.00. We We carry the well known Douglas ;

shoes for
.men."Z _ We have the well known Cadet line of
offer them as an iiFffmwji*""'"*""""] riiiiii'iiyTTffrT
Sweaters, in the heavy ribbed, assorted
$$9.95 I Agent for Butterick patterns. I shades. Shoes and hose to match Sweatersand .I
' introduc.tory: price .__ _. __ Dresses. j
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I' Remember the place and date, Friday and Saturday. Better be on time to 1M\ J 11get

the pick plenty of salesladies to wait on you, and a place to fit your dress. .

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; K1SSIHHEE VALLEY' to Seel who legged it for a good rain. hard for ,a better Kisslmmee and a .. .\
GAZETTE .
Later a blocked punt left Kissimmeo better Osceola county. There is no

.........---- with the ball on Brooksville 5 yard room in our city for those who
BUBLISHKD, BT line, and Bandy came into the lima- knock.' If anyone.hasn't a good word lajyiEldve
THE, KISSIMMKK VALLEY GAZETTE light with the fifth, touchdown. Gra for Kissimmee, let him keep quiet.- '

KVKRT: FRIDAYFLORIDA.. ham used his educated toe for the,1 .. < Make Your Money: \Work
KI331MMKB.
J" - extra point. In the last stanza; Graham

\\'I R. It.XlinlS .rre.tae. Intercepted a forward pass and PROGRAM J. /tA ,
F-. 3. VANS AQNBWSecretary sped 25 yards for the final touchdown, ,- ,
._.,...__..Editor"SVincKiPTioar 1
AL.MSUN T. FRENCH., again. sending the ball! between the '
.._..- Sunday, November II, 4p. '... .
IIATMS I goal posts for the 40 to 0 score,;
One Copy One Year.___.__._____.12.00 ; M. Mims, Brooksville quarter was YOUR
One Copy, Six' MonthB--Montha.1l..50 1.00 I the outstanding star for Brooksville. Broadway Band Stand FOR SALE money will not,, earn .anything f stored away! '

One Copy. Three I lie intercepted 'a Kisslmmee! forward KISSIMMEE CONCERT DANn" FOR 8ALB-Fine'' Xd were farm) ISficrcm in.the tea pot or buried in'the orchard.,.
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(Entered at the poatofn.ee at Klusltn-' pass in the last quarter and got himself U. J. Burrows DirectorMarch fenced hog tight; C acri nice
nee Florida, a. econd-claaa mattirr.) a 40 yard run. Later he attempted thrifty Rounir grove; 6 acres fenced
It is
o with cattle fvno; 4 room house, .t only. fair to your ,neighbors that ,
kick from from the keep
All communications except from authorUed a placement i -Ohio Division ...__....King bl.. and chicken house, 1 mile from you I
oorreapondentB. must be signed 30 yard line. The ball went true as to I I Overture--Gypsy Queen ..____ King railroad atatlon. Very cheap. Conic, it in circulation. It is estimated
I
by the writer. direction and had the onlookers holding i March Attorney General" __.Klnff' let u* show you. that-every dollar
I
Rejocted matter will bo returned Ifcalled KINK LITTLE chicken ranch. close to
their breath when it fell a :
--- for. I I bit too shy. Mims I h, according just: tithe > ) IntermezzO--"Charncter.sUc". INTERMISSION. 880 town.ACRE!Very farm cheap worth while! on brick I pays an average. of seven bills in a year, therefore

Foreign' AdV.rtllng R""i>re.mt.llv\ I Brooksville coach, the 'only] matt Selection"Southe.rn Melodies__ only S miles from city limit; bent every dollar hoard ',
t THEAMERICAN :'ASSOCIATION_I on the team with former football ex I __ .LampoSerenado"Moonlight" of reasons! for anlllnV All equippedand I you away makes it harder for
perience. I ; ;; -:=::: I stocked': ; house well f urn In hod. ,
Moret Only $ .000. Elltra good properly In and
you ,your neighbors to
1 The! IJne-Up American Patrol ______u__SK>achanii a I.hape.Y... have thu bargains, ,; earn.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1923 1-
Snyder left end Whit oome are us.NICLstN .
t March-Royal Decree ______ EnglishStar
: : REALTY: COMPANY Deposit in the bank
left tackle K White your money and it remainsin
Lupfer
.. I iF Spanned Banner -_-______Key ,
Wilson' ] left guard Johnson FOR 8AL.K-Stove wood and flro place I I circulation
OPPORTUNITY NOW KNOCKINGAT j Tyner. center Kndsley; .it/ANClNG: SCHOOL wood; dry pine; ready split 13.00': j.! but does not lessen the safety.Merchants .
OUR DOOR I Moore right guard Dursheimer I GETS UNDER WAY per aernnd. W. W. grill 18 Alden I
avenue. 48-4tc ; .
-- Campbell I( right tackle Lee --
Never before in the history of 'Seel right end McKeithan I I The classes in; ballet and classic 8ALK-Furnl..h.d or unformatted i I

Florida has the attention of the Bandy quarter M. Mum (\\c) dancing which are being given by five room new bungalow; every con- I I
Graham (c) left half Schiller Mrs. Russell J. Crum began last Saturday venlenca. Must be seen to be ape i I
world been so centered here. With the predated. Term to ault I alabbetleand and
A number Farmers
morning. of Kis-
Squires right half CoLb Bermuda. C. I>. Colo. 48-tf BankOF
various national advertl.ingcam- Bullock fullback Kitchen 'simmee girls have enrolled In these

paigns setting: forth the varied at- | Substitutes: Brooksville; Snow, Lanier i'classes, which meet every Saturday FUR 8ALK-Single bed. mattrcfta. And :

tractions and opportunities of Flor- J. Mime, Sewell, nnd Cox. Kn- morning at the home of Mrs. U. J. find vprlnKi 4 chairs; dresses: ; atove.; sideboard O. H. ;M..table 90SKmmett I KISSIMMEE

ida, countless thousands are being simmee; Fincher, M. Lupfer, Brun- Burrows. Mrs. Burrows la assisting ;: atreet 41-2tx ift I
Mrs. Crum with the music. I
son.
impressed with the fact that this is FOIL 8AI.H Work horse and milch
1 I ;, Touchdowns: Graham 3, Squires METHODISTS OBSERVE cow Herbert Krause KtaslmmeePark
.2, Bandy 1. Goals from placement. Florida. 47JtxSAL.K :
decis-ion. WEEK OP PRAYER
Graham 4. Referee: McPhail. Um- __,._ ,_, f
all sections of the state civic pire: Bron'ion. Field judge! E. Lup-j The Methodist Missionary Societyof .Olt modern; close-!-itory In. Also 7-roomed. $600.do house ftratmortgage. ;

and commercial organizations reporta fer and E. Katz. Head linctsman: Kissmimeo observed this week of ., drawing !S' Gunn. dross: J*. O. HOK 24!. City. 47-t ...'
greatly increased volume of inquiry prayer. The following ladies led-
I each on her respective day--on > HAI.K business 2
some !"UH --liolnR conoi rn
from settlers investors
prospective !, CONTRACTS LET FORi
special topic of prayer. On Monday. story brick, corner building with IX:.
and industries. The automobile -i i KENANSVILLE ROAR! II loom hotel In operation; store on
Sha-ver ; main floor doing good bushrees. lot
associations... and the railroads | Oontlnue Mom I'nzre One i| ; ; 7S by 150; can sell at a, bargain!
are preparing to handle the greatest for each part of the work, the final day, Mrs. Siglcr; Friday, Mr!. John HKSTAUHANT doing good business.
Ural claaa' In particular 1 bunt
tourist travel in the his- awards being Bronson; Saturday, Mrs Paulk. : every
volume of : location I In town Bee J. Mel'bait. r.
tory of the state. Every indication Grubbing, W. H. Mann____$ 11?7.00 SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Klualmmne.. 47-tfc'1 I
Grading P. R. KilpatrickI59R409;' ; I' r
I, points to the fact that Florida is on ORGANIZES THE B. Y. I'. U. FOR. S\UK--Hy owner one of the host 1
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Bridging II. N. Bratton 1882.20 live\ acre' Cruets fur trucking andi
the eve of the greatest era of devel- Piling H. N. Brntton_ ____ 43500( The B. Y. P. U. of the Second Baptist : rowing IxTrlv; four acres In high -
opment that the state has yet ex- church state of cultivation; no waste land; ,
organized last Wednesday .
I was with nlo home; nicely! located In ,;
perienced. $19428.20 evening after j prayer meetirlc.Rev. "'. best triickliitc section o! KlMHltnmt. I; rt
How to capitalize this broad int'rest I Before the contracts wore nwsrdedChairman ( I| S. I. Smith pastor of the Second nnd one of the fluent propoHltlonH In ..
E. L. I n. Overstreet called Hit ounty' for tillnir This property
Baptist church will preach in the ; : I
is the of the various ,
problem la far above thiav race Tlll"Kood
the attention of the board to the fact mornings on the first and third Buni with .Ktmctn.. gaud. reasonstor '
communities of the state. Advertising that this work would take practically i dRy! of each month at 11 a. m., and, ...lIlnl{. T rmn. Address: : ?-io
and publicity can bring the cus- I half the amount of revenue in the j i at 7:30: p. m. on the second and fourth Route :, Box M. Klnaltnrniv. "nwn.r'l _

tomer to the door but it takes salesmanship I road and bridge fund rece'vable from I Sundays B. Y. P. U. every Sundayat ---- _

to actually sell the commo- taxes thin! year and asked their care- 6:30: and prayer service Wednewlnv FOR HAJ..K-COO here good m" <> : rs i-Lk --
ful conside-ation of the advisabilityof < at 7:30.: Everyone cordially in- truck land near HI Clnud Kor quick. : .
dity. doing the work at this time. i vited. sale. |5 00 per aero. write S P Williams _
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'Here as elsewhere this community: R. V. Phillips called' their attention\ I nu(
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to the fact that the people in the SHERIFF HAH A NEW FOR SALTS:: My home 111 Kmmettatre
effective section of the county who would be : JOB WISHED ON HIM ..t. Apply to Mm. Fred H Ollbert .
or Ueo F Parker Okoechobi L
directly benefited the road iJ I
by p Florida. 46-41
creased opportunity for expansion and approximately $50,000 a year taxes. Head iarutcr of the court house'

Development will be through a strong-I and that for several months the -oa-i Thus is Shriff Farmer's new designation 1'OR 8AL.K15"ftfrra.. good tltlr. with"

ly Organized l Chamber of Commerce. to Kenansville had been impassable. or at any rate that's about what i-rom fruit tre.house.... Located; artesian at west well end; 300' of FLORENCE: OIL COOK STOVE:

put of the great assortment of experiments i This road will open to the bricked; the new arrangement calls for.J. Hmmett atreet. Also horse and cow
l j lOecan-To-XJt'lf ]Jlighwav and will ob- E. Bass, who for so many years S helfera and bull, cheap for cash ;
k conducted by American I jvipte neeefsitw for repair of the present has held the job as janitor, was V/ H. Brown. 44-ltx i

communities over a period of years Kenansville road. Mr. Phillips! stricken with a paralytic etro"ft some, NOR BALK-Fine Broadway jiropertvcontaining '
} the fundamental principal embracedin Rays that there is no question hut i time ago. He in not improving suffl'cienily S rooms with, furniture If you are interested in Oil Cook

the Chamber of Commerce.today that inside of three venn the proo- to resume his duties and atMonday' Inge .sleeping porch. Modern\ Ix>tIxllO .
block from
h Three poatofnce.Plowing
etands recognized as the most efficient crty owners there will vote bonds to I meeti1of! the boad of well. fruit. flowera.. and Stoves
hick; the road which they are nosy county comn issionen! tendered his hade Thomas A. HOlt"... S10 llrnnd- i
Instrument for civic accomplish- resignation. He thanked the commissioners way Klaalmmee. Florida. 42-ltx
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having: opened and: (traded.! Everybody I
IentA. concerned is desirous of do- for their pleisant relations .
so .
(FOR SAI.rj-rin s ronlilenc' ,.r"nprIY'r
But the elements of a successful inf r>p said and he resraHed the during' his long incumbency.When Anplv at the office of The Vall.vGazette. ,
V N Chamber of Commerce embrace more! probability of its being bricked by the qre'tion of his successorwas / . Kl'uilnriinee,, I.-tf Come to Our Store
that time discussed the fact that the sheriff '-
as a certainty. i '
1"01S.L"- Banana finger
than an organization with its various plants lady
Charles Neid was before the board is legally custodian of.the courthouse variety 25 cent each.V, O. Harris
officers. It, includes in' fact de. asking for road work to enable hi-" I' was interpreted to mean that:
1 pends.upon the active participationof to pet 'patients to hb mineral well : he should also assume. its janitorialresponstbilitiee SEOONO nAND ()OOna. bought, sold 1
and repaired. The Casino 44-lf Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday : :Islll::::
a :representative membership. and biths. M<*. Hansell, in whose dis- and the commlsslo.eJ'B '
and individuals directly "';rlct Mr.' Ne'd'place la located. was wished the lob on h'm.' the work B'rRAWDEnny PI..ANTH VOlt BAI.K
profit
groups -
not 'presert at the meet'nir. and 1'01. Ito' be done bv prisoners, under hi) supervision Missionary and Klondyke. Grown

or indirectly from the work of the Qversfeet agreed:! .to take the matter' with power to employ extra I thin from nprlnir.. fresh .northern Three dollar nursery per thousand stock- Giving Domestic Science Demon-

organization. The degree of profit 'P with Mr. Hansell.! help .as needed. fob. Starke. Cash with order
% .------- Prompt shipment and good
both to the individual and the com- Letters were read from the board
IilantH T. K William) 8nrke ""Ia.35IOt.
munity at large is in proportion to "),f ccunty commissioners of both Sa"asotn THE F flORIDA TIMES-UNION{ I stration, actually cooking good

the time given by the citizens to theitvie coun'v a"d Orance countv -

work of the Chamber of Com -Sarasota"mmi'>8ioners asked to the join Osceoli them in county ask'ntthe mv do nearly 40.000 resident of I FOR cents SAI.K.each and nt No For The Trespass Ttent Onmeltc FurnishedRooms Cards nrn.-...in I things to eat. The Florence lady

merce.: governor to call a special session Florida subscribe regularly for the

Now is the time to support our tf t>ie leajsl:; ]< Not find
merely because t will
Chamber 6f Commerce, both with ettinfr financial assistance to put on ev
"AH Florida the latest news from everywhere fl'OIt HKNT modern h
'e Exhib't" in New --Splendid -ronn
memberships! and services, so that Vlrlc next February, which Jo''ni ported intero'tinglv' and l'G-j house. 2 V4 j acres splendid. land\. fruits
this )) realize the and l delightful place to live; on Ruudstreet.
community may fully i h manno'r.0"1'11cnI"I.le at the ea-liest possible moment.
jn\"Jinf'! fo'terirg, in a (. ffiO per rnontli Also< 4-room
opportunities for progress that are l and creditable to the because its special articles inst-uct house nut modern on I Emmett' fftre>t" W. B. MAK1NSON
I daily passing our way. state. Orange county asked the cooperation nnd its features entertain. There issome' I $10 i per month; also A-ruo housenod
: hin than that. A 2 Vg j acres close in fur fine little
more ;
of Osceola in erecting a KISSIMMEE WINS brick marker between the two ccun- paper isn't a bare chronicler of lOre DC.Rrcr-per--HIPMInro good homes Near Depot Phone 123
FROM BROOKSVILLE ties, on the county line. events. It is a personality. It cones\ nelson K.'..lty Company.
- into your home "lmo.t as a memberof --
ffv nflnii.rt from Pa re steer) GEORGIA MAN ACCEPTS your family and if it is the proper YOn modern UKNT-also-Hli furnished room house. nil b
apartment.
der Seel, Bullock, and Lupfer put up FIRST BAPTIST CALL son is welcomed' bv everyone. K II. l>;o... 7 Vine street x
exhibitions on defense which was of What sort of a person do you like . ,
tae- stellar' class! while Graham and C.IIn..o.d rl"nm r.'Ce tine) to have visit you? FOn HKNT -. Two-room apurtmont
with hath Suitable for couple. Mr.,
Squires on offense came in for ably discharging the duties incidentto He ought: to be honest courageous, Clay Johnson 404 Vi rnon" nvennc. o.o.ooO..OO.OO.90000000..oooooooooooooo.ooo oo...
bids of stardom. Snyder has several responsible posts with no hypocrIte. and of manly Instincts, 46-61. ,
been playing: brilliant ball all Macon churches. lie was office dire I with a real interest in you ready to ;t
the year at the left end, while Seel -tr! of the First BanMxt church lend you a hand if you need help. FOIL HKNT ronvi-nlcnrca-Kulte of live fall rooms at Oaiuttenfricf. ; modern POLK

4 Beard'ng the other wing, has been and at one time was ais'rtant' pastor Cheerfulness and good humor are or 326 New York Avfnun. COUNTYI

improving steadilv and ran Snyder a of the Tabernacle Baptist church. I excellent qualities, and a wide range 45-tf ; I
race for honors in Saturday's (game. Mr. Knight has had a varied career of interests.
Lupfer also, has played a steady and of hard work whIch' broturht him I What do you find in the Florida volt suite nENTFurnl"h..d of two rooms each apartments Call at In .: AR

consistent game, but, being a lineman to the realization of his ambitiin to Times-Union t Oaantte. office. or 32& New York avo-i celebrationWINTER

his work has not been so spec- study-fly It has opinions, of course, and it nue. 45-tf 'JIJ'CE

tacular as that of the backs and ends. speaks them out freely. They are hs FOR nKNT -Two ..omrortabiYf-;;- .
He was better than ever Saturday. ware store in south Georgia and so own and they are not influenced by nlahvd 1-room apartments with private -
Bullock, who already had made a rep- fully did he do his h"me study tint ou'Vd": Interests. Its criticism Is constructive bath And modern convenience.
utnt'on\ on offense was a power on when he matriculated at Mercer he pnd it realizes only! as It W. B. llarrln. Gazette off 'e. 4tf HAVEN

defense in the Brooksville game. presented nearly half of the required ;is of service to the community can FOIl RKNT-tln/urnldhi'il roomn. Ben
Captain Graham made three of the matriculation subjects. Csrry'n' r pl-! it meet with o reasonable measure of P. It. Prlvltt. Corner Grocery 44-tf :

V six touchdowns, two of them on 40 most half these hi eh school subjects, success.! To be of practical assistance
wANYED.
yard runs, and intercepted a Brooks along with his college course, he final- in the development progress, _' : Monday, November 12th
ville forward pass for a 25 yard run ly graduated with good averages. : and growth of the state so that every WANTED-To borrow- ---1.600- nt-8--%-forI -
to another touchdown. lie kicked He had been office!\ manner of a citizen may have the opportunity of years on clone-In residence proper
four petals from placement following large ,tore and chief' clerk for the earning a decent livelihood pnd accumulate ty.: P. O fox 142. City 47-ttx : .
the coring. made brilliant local board of Laurens before
Squires county
\ run of 54 yards only to be a downed - deciding to make his )life work the the state's in prosperity tangIble form is its a platform.In ehT of. WANTRD larger!: Income-Man to or sell womnn Watkins desiring Prod- : ::I? w Vf: .i1/Ai: !I:

a one yard from the score-line. He ministry; His business experienceand handling news It observes the uoOi in'Klssimm.o. A few Rood openings -
went the other yard in the next play, devotion to his work won him decencies: and amenIties' of life. It In other nearby cltlm. 'Watklna Revilee Public SpeakingBand

however, and carried the ball on one much recognition among church peo- never wantonly brings shame or sorrow to .ell.Product needed. are In well every known.home, easy and
... more score. Bandy, diminut've quarter ple end the executive secretary 'for to any home. Each issue is come with a record of over 50 yearH of Band Concert Concert
squirmed his way through the the Baptist churches daring their 75 plete tbe intelligence not being offended highest quality back of them. Livewires
line for the other touchdown.The million cmpalrn savs of him: "We by .the publication' of predated and samples make big given money.you. Investigate Many aid Big Street Parade Foot Ball

scoring came once each in the have neldom had a fellow-vorker who ed't'on' Its advertisements are at onoe. Write today. J. R. Watkins
's first' third and fourth quarters, and labored more conscientiously, effectively. clean. The world it surveys with Co, Dept14, Memphis, Tnn. : Auto Polo RodeoFireworks

three time in the second. Graham and favorably thin he has goof cheer locking forward to a confident FREE EATS
and,the he circled left working: daring these months" tomorrow.If LOST :.

for forty yards to the goaL In MAYOR GILBERT WILL I not a nbacriber yea are oor- DOST-Pair of tortoise shell rimmed I Big Street Dance and. Carnival
the second > quarter Squires started dial)" invited to become;a member of .pectade*. FInder please return to
i thescorinsF..by: a ,.three yard plunge' RUN FOR REGISTRAR 'its family of readers. stir Helen Baa. 121 Church .atreet.COUNTY : -

? ,ever .the line after be had made 20 (C from pace'l) .17' 'TOTS PRICK BY MAIL DAILY AND
#' yard and Graham 10. ''Shortly there- eel term of H. R. May resigned. SUNI1!>'A Y ISI' BUYS CARLOAD :
after Bullock received' the ball theJdckoA' OF CULVERT PIPE SOMETHING DOING EVERY :.:
1 .1 i en When the new city 'rorernroe' went (One Month -8SThree e : MINUTE
,, and ran ft',back 20 yards. into effect I elected .
was as,one of Ito months __:_...-:vUSSix The board of comralagloner .
Yr r.Bqnires rot It and after 64 yard'ran eomnd..lonen.thl"\ fcra appointed months .._'_,-,....,.;.__-$4.SO', last MotMUr>anthorlased county Boad Super
mm laid low on his own :1 yard line. maror-eomralssioner, whJcJT. office',1 I .Twelve .....ba,-...-,.***. i' toor Gerald RJv",to pUe.'411 order :

t 'out.kicked back lest carried.., over end. now'arid.ft" *j/jiHr :
i -G m't : sODJ'Ort.a1'Jcl 5eojaCSflaence JODR HCHBOJgjAJID
..r
< aUp- wll
SlIlIda.Tlm..UDlon the
repreeenUn Culvert
Newport
' wed hl. :.preference: for 40 711 the people of"Kutfanniee have ,
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r r ; i fend made another for,the fourth hestowed ;be mailed'"to any -.address desired Company' for a car load. ,of pipe to V
apoQ'me" and J trust' that from date to 1 1974. be d for I y;. -t.J, ,, .
"tk.. ,, ;' .. ,and t .re January-- - .TJ v> '. .mlrerU._ ,Mr. ; Ufc -I -
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V7 ..... _, --er of Chi ping :

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hb b! ** "neM; on the kickoff for,ft* 'second.ti some ?eat nmufinvnmutm riot*OCT'?rs titb letter d

tI' half. Graham' booted 'An on-sld kick ht.,us stand together'and' work; for you Call Phon.'Dou see.. L IrIt ng,' a4t'b. Gu.tt4at1 ..
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY' ''GAZETTE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER' t, 192S -FIVE'Happenings


-For' Rent-; Two comfortably ,
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1 1.r : niabed'8-room apartments with
''I' vats bath and modern lur-I .i1 '
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( VT. B. Harris, Gazette office..

oval' Al Tatkse returned Wednesday LYLES V. STORY & COMPANY

from several months stay in Cleve,,

land, Ohio, and will begin working ,
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Monday at the Monroe Thomas garage
brtrur theMr.., Teikse- has been working
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Men's" ,suitt, f 20 and up. Shoe and a.OO.000000000.0+00. i In at Cleveland.ryof the White automobile -'

I' ')len" Shop. > .WEATHER POR.T J Congressman and Mrs. W. J. Sears, t4

Born: To Mr. and Mr*. Roy Bass, Mia Cleo Woeldrldgc Miss Elizabeth Saturday and Tuesday
Tuesday, November 6.a'_:\ daughter., > Official Bulletin of daily tem. > Parker Professor and Mrs. S. W. Ca-
I 0' perature'and sn.-Allison'
Carr of Dayton :Beachuubetnb precipitations furnished > TU French, and Professor
' Lawrence > by the KJbsimraea Cooperative > Geiger, of Saint' Cloud, were local
< of S. H. Bullock,hi.
0
: U. S. ,
week Weather Bureau visitors at Home Coming'Day and the
,: T. sitlon' for the* week: ending > Mercer-Florida football game last

New York Life Insurance Co.. Sam 0,. Thursday October\ 25: *> Saturday at Gainesville. Misses Lois
local representative. I4tfp Overstreet and Margaret Branson
I L Lupfer Date Max.Min. Prep. were there from' the Florida State

.: Born: To Mr. and Mn. Frank *v- Thursday, November 8: *> College for Women, at Tallahassee. BARGAINSNovember
:' Bryan, at Saint Cloud, Friday, No- Friday, Nov 2_:_79 70 .00 *>
vember 2, a IOn. 0 Sunday, Nov 4.__.T8 64 .05 > BEAUTIFY YOUR GARDENS
Monday, Nov 5'.79: 64 .00 *> 4
I Auto For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- Tuesday Nov 6___.72 53 .00 > Pansies, daisies and other annuals
'{ melt, Phone 41. 26-tf 4 Wednesday, Nov 769 48 .00 *> ready. Now is the time to plant. Put
I Thursday, Nov 8 __73 42 .00 > in your order for roses at once eo as c
'
Bob Grant left Kisslmmee Wednesday Readings are niada at 6:00 *> to be sure of getting what you want. 10th and"13th
I I night for New York for a m. for the preceding twenty-four p. *> Miss Jean Caldwell, Florist, S07
I short business trip. >, hours. *> Church street Phone 83. ** r

*. ALLISON T. FRENCI#. '4
The leading life insurance companyof DR. LANDER TO PREACII
.t the world New York Life. See 4 Co-operative Observer 0 AT BAPTIST CHURCH lOc Yard-OUTING- lOc Yard 'Bed Room Slippers. . .$1.00 and,.up
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4
Sam Lupfer, agent 14-tfc 404 44ee 444444,04Eat Dr. David Lander will preach at 600 Yards on Sale at, yard . lOc ,

(k J. II. Ste ffe baa return'ed' from the at Dupont's Cafe. tf both the morning and evening services Children's' Knit Hoods, 39c, 65s, 75cChildren's ,

National Soldiers Home at Milwaukee Mr.' and Mrs. E. J. Meyer drove of the First Baptist church next Parasols big value each Baby Blankets, Blue and Pink; good '
Sunday. ,
Wisconsin, where he spent several down from Sanford for Kissiromoe
t inonths. 4, I II visit Monday.Our a WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! . . . . . . . . . . . ..49c. grade, each ? .....-,--. -T.-rri--$1.00 I
I '
Sale or no sale, you save money bv prices are not high, but I
trading at McCAULEY'S DRY-* quality is. Shoe & Men's Shop. our* I customers I am still with prepared 120 to veneer furnish blocks my Cotton Blankets for Double Beds, Wool Crepe, 36 inches wide, 'on.sale'

GOODS. Judge T. L. Comer left Kissimmee. I II 16-inch, delivered for $3.16; 12-inch each . . . . . . . :. .$1.98 at, yard . . . '. . k. ;$L39
Gordon Bryan, who returned from Saturday for a ten days' business blocks, $2.96. Split for stove-wood, ,
New York last week to vlnit his family I trip to Indiana. I I guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for ,
here, left Thursday for business !, $3.35; 12-inch for $3.16. Get your 500 YARDS '
interests in Honduras. For paperhanginir and painting, see I winter's supply now. All delivered. We have a complete 1 Women's I long sleeve ,
W. II. Wysong, 1017 Emmett street. Phone 91. J. Bonin. 48-tf EVERFASTSUITING .
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cole have purchased 48-2tx I _ stock of Sweaters for Winter Vest, 75c value
soMe property at Clearwaterand i WILL TALK ON MISSIONS ,
contemplate moving that city Stay home Sunday afternoon from I IN_INDIA TONIRHT you to choose from. Guaranteed fast to each . . . . . 59c'
time In the future. 12:30 to 1:30 and soap
ome renew your membership j : t
-- in, the Red Clara Lloyd who has spent a and boiling fast to sun
or join, Cross. long ,
The best Investment you can make time in Ferocepur, India, will 700 Yards 32-inch Gingham 30 Baby Blankets offair
I.i a New York Life Policy. Better Ballet and classical dancing taughtby !give an address on "Missions In In- and weather. Our price '
thin' a savings account. See Sam Mrs. Russell J. Crum. Classes dia" at the First Presbyterian church best grade, all Saturday and Tuesday grade, to close out

IuPfer. 14-tfc morning at 10 at o'clock 225 Church every street.Saturday* tonight at 8 o'clock. colors, yard . . . 20c per yard . . . . 45c, each . .'. . .., , 35c. I

Mrs M. V. Boyer! president! KisMtimoe .....- WOODMEN TO HAVE ,
W. C. T. U.; is attending the W. J. S. Carr and son Lawrence of JOINT SESSION, TUESDAYThe i
Florida State W. C. T. U. conventionin Coronado Beach, here -
spent Monday W. O. W. and Woodmen Circle Checks of good grade 36 Men's Khaki Wool Shirts about
Euntia' this week.. and at Narcoosne<' looking after will hold a joint session. on Tuesday Sheppard ,

Men's and Boys-suits, hat and property interests.-- ,- I might, Nov. 13, at 7:30 o'clock. There inches wide; yard. . . . . . .55c $4.00 value; our, price.-. . .$2.98

rape, and the price is right McCAULEY'S . Mrs. Brown mother of Mrs. M. I.. 'will he several candidate initiated J
STORE. Waged, left for Fort Pierre, Satur- 'refreshments Into the Woodmen Circle after which' Boys' Trousers at Money-Saving Men's Percale Shirts with Collars'
day, to remain indefinitely with a will be served. All ;
Mrs.' W. H. Swain and Mrs. C. C. daughter in that place. I I members and their families are urged Prices each .. . . .. .. . . . .. . .:;75c
Johnson' have leased the dining roomof to be present. w '

the Park hotel and will open It Shaven Iftc; haircuts, 3Cc; children, 'I! WOODMEN CLERK. Men's Winter Uderwear, of best '
to the public on next Monday. 25c at Casino Barber 20-tf Men Work Sox
-- : .. -- Shop. FAMOUS KISSIMMEE VISITOR grade, 'at reasonable prices pair .. .. .4..10c. : ,
Fne percent discount on city taxes Mrs. A. M. Mostlcy visited her I I DIED IN OHIO LAST MONTH i J
if paid before Thursday, November daughter, Eleanor, last week.<< Miss Blue Overalls SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! "
Apron pair . .$1.50Men's
SO. Hooks open on Thursday, No. EUanor is teacher of English in the John Reed Porter, known as the I "
\rmhcr 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax col- high school of Homestead. last of "Andrew's Raiders," of Civil For the whole family.: Come''in''.and + {
lector. 47-tf war fame, died at Dayton Ohio, on .' Blue Work Shirts of good

Captain Frank Vana Agnew spent of Newest nchocl, 1 shoes styles at in slippers.price to Plenty please ''I|, October Mr. Porter 10, at spent the age the of winters 85. of grade ; each . . . . . 75c visit our; Shoe.Department:', I

Wednesday in town preparatory! to you. Shoe & Men's Shop 1921 and 1922 In Kissimmee, wherehe ; '
where he had the Well trail house
at
Iparine for New Orleans rooms : .,
will! take ship tomorrow for Belize, Frank Bryan arrived in Ktasimmet'l j Prior. to that time he had spent several Weare Agents for the McCall Patterns
British' Honduras. Wednesday from Georgia Tech" for winters at Saint Cloud.
several days visit with his wife and j Mr. Porter was one of the members I ,
Mr. Cal McCaughen, (Maud Alice\ young son. of the raiding party which in .. I\
Wagner) has been very 11the\ lat I April of 1862, under the command of
"'- two weeks. She is In an Orlando hOIl.o Ask. for information on the New James J. Andrews, of Kentucky
pital but word comes cf) her gradual York Life's latest policy. Sam Lun- stole a train In an effort to cut off
'recovery. fer. __ 14-tfc linen of communication. "The General :

Blankets, _sweat underwear, Mrs. O. E. Smith, who came to K s- federal," the raiders locomotive made upon their, which escape the, Lyles V. Story & Company !


.' outlives sweaters? ?, silks etc.. ': ,.new, at' lot..McCAULEY'SDRYGOODS. nice" drees'*, Illness Mmmoe Katz, left of last Tuesday her July daughter during for Pittsburgh, the Mrs.' serious Ethel and!.'! stand tanooga Raiders in as the'a union memorial station to Andrew's at Chat-/.

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her home Chicago.(
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winter
L. E. Mahon. Kissimme!
who has been
Mice Virginia Tiller ;;; resident! visited. Mr. Porter at Dayton SHOES DRY GOODS CLOTHING NOTIONS
teichinjr at Bunnell, Is home on an The Presbyterian Missionary Conference ,
enforced vacation. She has been of South Florida, has been infusion I in the spring of last year', at which
Bunnell this week at Winter Haven. > time he intended to sell his Ohio
sick but wi1turn\ to
ni quite soon as she is well. Mrs. W. Ttf Makinnon, of Kissimmee > farm. He wa then in rood: health BROADWAY KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, .I ,,
--- "ondurted the round table discussion for a man of 83.! ,
The best Investment you can make on jntssions, Wednesday.Mr. i I --- - -- - - .. -. ,- ... .
i I. n New York Life Policy Better METHODIST CHURCH AT F"..'';'..:: -...... ; : : .

thnn savings account. See SamLu"f'r. and Mrs Skills Lively are in',' LOIIGIIMAN WILL OPEN: ,
n p-- ------- ---- ------ -- ----
14-tfc Kissimmee visiting their brother IIU. ,
The Methodist church ntLoutrhman
new WOMEN TO
BUSINESS
Lively. the gTO't1Mr. Lively hall
will be for
Mrs. Irene Roberts has returned to been in Woodward Oklahoma, and II. opened service MEET NEXT TUESDAYThe
next Sunday nt :'t p. m., by Rev. R. ..
her horn Homestead after several make him a'
In II. i is going' ) to try amt --- -
weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. J. fixture in KI almmt..t'. J I Ira Burnett, presiding cider for the Business and Professional 'Nbw
Orlando district. feature
An interesting -
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Hilliard'sIsland. .
K. Milliard and family, at Women's Club will meet next Tues
Roll Call Hour from 12:30 to 1::::10 of thin meeting will be the opening day evening at 7 o'clock, at Dayson's
of the Treasure Box, which wasbuilt
Armistice Day, :
next Sunday
p. m. Cafe, for supper, after which they
Five percent discount on city taxe should find members! in every home last February, and into which will adjourn to the Chamber of Com- '
if paid before Thursday, November in Kissimmee.. Plan to join, or renew volunier contributions have been plated merce for their regular November is the opportune time r
:19 l Books open on Thursday, No- your membership, when the ladies I ) Every one is cordially invited to meeting. ,.
vpmber 1. J. R. Gilbert, city: tax col extend you the invitation. attend this openlg; services. to b vry
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Five percent discount on city taxes!
* Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Squires and if paid before Thursday, November I Neid's Healing Baths
daughter! Anne, and Mrs. Carol 30. Books open> on Thursday, No KISSIMMEE.PROPERTY
Floyd of Orlando, left Wednesday vember 1. J. R. Gilbert, city: tax ,
morning by auto for various points in lector. COI-I recommended for rheumatism,
Georgia. ] --- (eczema and all kinds of skin
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Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert
Florida. Sanitarium and Hospital to De Land Wednesday, where Mr*. diseases. Also for stomach
Orlando. Florida. Medical, Surgical, Gilbert will visit her Ron and daughter trouble- For baths and mineral WHILE

Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson fora Water for drinking purposes, ,.
Equipment modern, rest diet, physiolopiral week. Mr. Gilbert returned to Kisimmee *- leave order at 614 Patrick St., i iI

Southeast.therapeutics. Unexcelled 24-tf Intile Wednesday night. or phone 208. PRICES ARE LOW 1


See Mrs. II. M. Katz for table res- The will Wednesday\ give a benefit Afternoon card BridgeClub party. Why CHARLES NEID( Owner We'bave some unusual bargain See others, bat
o-vations for the Memorial Community for the Memorial Community House I tee us before you buy.
House benefit card party at the on Friday night November 16, at the KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
Oaystone Friday night, November Grsystone hotel. Table reservations does the y
1*. should be made with Mrs. H. M. Katzor SAM LUPFER
at the Tress news stand.
j"M! cents of membership wind blow ?
but fifty every Real Estate and Insurance
1 in the Red Cross, whether it Five percent discount on city taxes .
l be a $1.00 or a 100.00 kind, will go If paid before Thursday, November because air becomes lighter LUMENSMENTHOL t
for the work of the Kissimmee chapter Thursday, November -
SO. Books open on and rises it warmer,
col as grows .. .. .
Gilbert, city tax -- -
1. J. R. and heavier cold air rushes in ,
lector. 7-tf winds be- I COUGH I DROPS
it. When
to displace
Five percent discount. on iW taxes I .Otoo.o..o.ooo..oo..o..o... ...
blow and raw, use
gin to rough
if paid before Thursday, November accompanied by
Harrison,
Oscar. for i SO. Thursday November
Books open on his wife and eon arrived in Kissim
1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax collector. from Saskatchewan, 727/27/7-
this week
47-tf Canada mee and expect to make this their. Give Quick Relief Roof PaintRoof: Painting

home. Mr. Harrison has purchased and Rose Waterfor
Jersey
R. F. Styles, of Newark New Alden and Vero- Glycerin ,;,.
has rented one of the Fleming a residence, comer of to' -
quick and gentle healing
.tOl"eooma dn Darlington avenue, nastreetsReservations. sore, chapped: $ldfl. It it also -, --.-. ------ .- - -- .. , ,
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and tion.will open a battery- service sta. for tables at the Me- fragrantly soothing. on the face We are located in Lakeland--M'aeannlaetore a Roof
morial Community House benefit after shavtng. : pedally prepared for this Climate., w. nee the highest; grade mate-; ,;

I 1. Fire percent discount on city taxi card party next iven Friday at the the Wednesday Gray- PUREtEST'0LYCERIN a1"' LOVE'S '_AUTO &,BUS.'UIE. Hals, and .. .. ofla. to dryt and making durable,;elastic. '' s, '
if November tone which is by crJ' In ""'"' WWeeipU, the sal'can home..,
before Thursday lyceerriinin coating. 'coating getyour:
P paid Afternoon ,Bridge Club. should realarimpro ::} : yon ,. ,
I I" '"r ML Books open oa Thursday, No- made early. Mrs. Jloward ,M. years. The "best glycerin ,/ro"AUTOS: FOR HIREt ;, painter: to'.ppJt./oltt'': ry..ur: Job: !large, enough we wi1Ffurnleh' ; .
.rember.l.. .J. K.: Gilbert" city,taccj- jCat be will makejeswvaaon*.' many of all" made better. -'\ ALL NEW" CARS/ *: iWE''make material and ..do,'the ''woek.' J .xfc ; -
tor' ,
I' 1" \ 4t
., .- - : tPore fist'prep.ra-r a apeeialtofma t "' e.
I L.'Heath 'of the Mulberry sink One of 200 > ; n r ;
There: several 'kinds of w..m.J O tion for health and hygiene.Ettry '
are In
..aershtp' fJI' the Red:_ Crosa. Every etion; .west.of .Lou attending< should I be an .. w..A. irwe d r.1it aIicPa / ifac1I1hijCi(
American t everywherev Insa .; matten. J$1.r Death 1 I' born.ttead.d40aeraAat and'conscience" can produce. 4. ,. ; ;f : ,, ,

J annul If,,Kissimmee member'oil, at-to 1.00a., get 'rpubUO'' ; . CIDNI.7fIU.I'aao aell.aeat.. ir: ( 'G::, M.I.NIGKL : ;1t1aI1a.; ; I""Urim'Bt'O&d"aTFJtaraa ;.>, .'y;', ...,.. qtr'N, ; *e"aFM1Nt5.1t W'! '1.M'Y$ ate..ne, r.....r "\ :' 'f<
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[health 'nune ter.'aheuld: be; son* : I BOX' UM '> FLORIDA ir ;

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HiQH. SCH.OOLGAZETTEi Teethina ,Will .,. -

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VOLUME II, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 9,. ,1923 NUMBER 9. Much Trouble"If /E

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r Editor ......,-........Fred Lupfer I LANIER LITERARY SOCIETY OUR EDUCATION 1
I I' would give! Tethlha''
.Assistant. Edit6r.AlberU: Branson 1 Last Friday November 2; the 'La- What kind of an education do you to their babies I am sure 4t will eave
REPORTERS ..Jnier Literary Society held its third intend to have? ,Ten years ago u a them ,much trouble .a well a* suffering ,
12th Grade.Eliiabeth G. Moaeley"'(meeting In the auditorium. The I person had a grammar school education r." writes Mrs. J. E. AfcKlaney' ,
11th Grade.:._. ...Rabekah Miller meeting was called to order by the I it was not; hard for him to get' a Route t, Seymour, Texaa :;
10th Grad,..-..._?.._,Iren Spence9th president and the roll call was answered position. But times 'have 'changed, "I have two little one and they .
Grade...__.;....".-Dorothy Bullock with- an original quotationfrom and now many firms require a cola had colic cramps and bowel trpuble.I "
Millie Dept..Mary Louisa Snodgrasg each member. Another ne lego education. Every boy and girl suits Rave and thorn they Teethina are both'WIth lively tine and re-
1 |member! was received into the society, of today should make the most of the healthy &. you pleoao." ;
OUR FOOT BALL TEAM and the minutes of the I last meetingwere opportunities. and advantages given Mrs.. :McKinney Is. but one among ,
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read. Then the officers for the them. "The only that
Who said that Osceola wouldn't wina assurance we thousands of grateful mother allover
three months elected, j are not missing the one opportunity
football this Well following were tho land who gladly testify to I
yearT we
think different game after the result of as follows, : president Fred .Lupfer; lies in making the most of every op- the sterling Quail tip" of Teethina In I JI
last with Brooks-: vice-president, Raymnnd-Tyner; sec-portunity." After graduating/ from relieving pain and dlatremi Incidentto I
Saturday's game rotary: and treasurer Elizabeth G. ''the eighth grade every student shout) babyhood. Toothlna I ta especially -
ville. For the first five minutes of valuable for use during toetMnji to !
Mosefpyj: critic, Madge Rivers. After keep on and graduate from high'
play and the last five minutes these 1 school and then if )' reduoo Inflammation of tho gums and. ; r
plucky lads from Brooksville threw the election of officers (the following possible, attend feverish con.ltlonll.Tflethlna I .l t t
was beautifully rendered: [some college. Without at least a
\ into the The program la Gold by all druftrctote.
\ teams a scare seemed well cowpunchers.matched when the Original Story__Elizabeth G. Moseley high school education it is hard to or sand 8Do to -the Mortal Laboratories i ;
whistle blew for the kick oft. For Original PoemKatheryn Moseley make your way in the world. Whatever i Columbus On., for a package;
Vocal Duet-______ _Marparct Waringand profession or work you wish to 'II and a free booklet about bublon. I
fivo minutes both teams fought hard,
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in Osceola territory most of Lucille Griffin.. ,i follow, learn that work so well that \- TIE! moiariin public has been empharlc in Ira approval of the
being Violin Solo________ _.Jimmy will be the best in I Ford .
broker Squires you among your I new hour Door Sedan. la all ... .. el the In
loose the time.and went Suddenly for a touchdown Graham from Jokes _____ ______-__Dick MakInsonStunts time. I I THt BEST viA Y I atyleh eppear; .nce and inviting/ ulterior have brought the coontry cu .b-
the Freshman Class. ----- untly iiuj demand.
by cn-iic
then on, everything was in Osceola'sfavor. I I
Critic's Report. J THE, ; MAN AND HIS JOB j jI : Now. its i ,
Osceola scored four touch- j et rcJllct'prl Reading of the next program.A GET : CV"' Alih.vu/i! I hater looting, roomier, carter ridm It U lined
downs and Graham kicked two of the : TO YOUR EON l (
motion for adjournment WitS haven't much faith in the man who i I .tarry iollai I lcs...
four points, thus the first half tended
made and seconded, and the meetingwas complains |
Osceola 26( Brooksville 0. The second adjourned. Of the work ho has chosen to do. < have presriibotl I $&S5.tIIO) f. o. b. Detroit

half was a little harder, Osceola --- -------.-- He's lazy, or else he's deficient in I PHYSICIANS for ;.>d I This good look.Ing.couilrruble" ,artddependablaFoda'ilingatdtid
t'' only scored two touchdowns and the ,i SOPHOMORE NOTES brains, of its supply) of I low price olTcra an ag.vobhi solution to your rlnaoj cw problem
p points. During the last five minutest I:j I --- And maybe a hypocrite, too. I iron. They found that it van readily .
of play 'Conch Bowen sent in every There was much laughter from the He's likely to cheat and he's I likely i absorbed, did not irritate tK- stomach T" can can he oht+inrj tltrtmfkifii
substitute and Brooksvillo threatened Sophomores lust Tuesday when<< their to rob; i and quickly& toned und si t lengthened I Ford U'ttklf Purchase PUm.
Osceola's goal Brocksville worked descriptions of certain buildi-gs in Away with the man who finds fault I the system. At your litm- j jj
the ball well down toward Osceola's town were rend before the clas' Of with his job! 'j j I gist's, in both liquid and ti'blols. j M. C. AUTREY, Dealer
goal and after failing to make their course the owners of the papers! di I I I II Free Trial Tablets To "' toT ynar.rtcthe ..

gain in three downs, Minis, their not laugh as heartily as did their But give me the man with the sun j! value uf Gut].>'. IVptu-Maniiiui.lira writ.lth-bulWHiy. tuiluy. I! KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
quarterback, dropped bark for n kick. neighbor for what was comedy to
\ in his fare, I fur srnrnni Trial I'-tckane uf Tablm.. Send.
The ball was on the thirty yard 1 ne, their classmates was tragedy to them. And the shadows all dancing be- no money -ju.t name and ldrtm. to
when kicked from )placement it lookedas The following are quotations from hind; I )t., ". lircllcnbuch Co.. M Wmiran L. N. Y. '

if the goal had been made, but the there masterpieces: Who can meet his reverses with I ; t Va a -
umpire who was nearest the goal On top of the railway station is n calmness and irrace. Gude'speptoMangan. Q"ue. .re;'
said the Dill) went under the bar. liirlit post stationed on the roof. And never forgets to be kind; I I '>-

I Att actively dressed fall windows For whether he's wielding! a scepter' ( t:
{ decorated each side of the door. or swab, .# '.
I OUR POETRYWe The Kis-immee railway station sits I have faith in the man who's in love I' Tonic and Blood ., ,
Enricher
by the railroad with a red t.le roof with his Job. J. L. S.
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have not been putting much supported by a cement floor. ---- .
The railway station of Kissimmee CAR:, TRUCKS TRACTORS
poetry in our paper this year, we HENRY W. GRADY DEBATING -- - --
for itself.I
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guess its because only a few of us speaks ) SOCIETY .. .... .. .. .
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have had an inspiration. Poetry is stood upon ( ) gazed I 13 ;;:; ;; ---- ---- -- -- -- ---
the result of an inspiration, ana inspiration down upon the railway station in the Last Friday the debating society H. CLAY STANFORD -
is the result of perspration. valley ((1)). had a very interesting program. The H - -
We know what it is to perspire, but SENIOR NOTES subject for debate was: Resolved; O REAL ESTATE, RENTALS .
the trouble is we don't perspireenough I That the moving: pictures are more J> AND INSURANCE *
to cause an inspiration. The The Senior class feels very proudand I, harmful than good. On the affirma- j> Over Bank of Osceola Cbunty 4
weather is becoming cooler now, and honored because all of the officers tive, David Brunson and Sallie L"< KISSIMMEE.; FLORIDA 4
of course we don't perspire on cold of the Lanier Literary Society, i better; on the negative, Lambert j 1 *' 0004.000..O.'O'ooo .oo.
days but just you wait some of these who were elected at its regular meeting Campbell and Vivian Floyd. As etch < 4 4444
days our high school students are go- last Friday afternoon for a term of the debate-H did Jis; best and 4 4
t 'In,.- to perspire so much that the In- of three months, are Seniors. The brought out his points well, the judges 1 ELLIS F. DAVIS TAX NOTICE
*pl ration will yield enough poetry to following is a list of the new officers: had some little discussion' before j ATTORNEY
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fill this whole paper. We have some President Fred Lupfer; vicepresident. deciding in favor of the affirmative. Offices AT: .
more jokes but this is the longest Raymond Tyner; secretary- ( Hank of Onceola County Building
right now. I treasurer Elzabeth: G. Moieley; and Student-"Where did the first people ClTll i Cb..rrr i CrlBtlaal
AnotherMr. I I critic, Madge Rivers. These constitute come from?" PraelieeKiSBTMMEh : PIX>RIDA w.w..r.n.ww.eNOTICE
Bowen-"M'ss' Sanderson a most efficient corps of officers Teacher-i"Read Genesis and Ond
what are you doing?" ** and the class of '24 feels that they out." | ;
\ Mary-"Nothing, but Helen accus- will perform their duties to the very Student-"Genesls--well, who wrote 4"..'OOOO OOOOOOOOO

ed me of having her fish food." |best of their ability. I that?" ___ ',4., LUCILE JOHNSON .* is hereby given that

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"ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" 'I Iltl I.0 JUSTICE PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER OF THE PEACE O 4O Osceola County tax books for 1923'.,

CLAIMS HANDLED 4 'P. '
For over SS reara. the B.] O. Painter Fertiliser Company he* furnished Flor. STATE BANK BUILDING 4
Ida give rrowere proof with of fertilizer atlafactory The result continued patronage of experienced growers OOO.. OO OOOOOOOOO.OOQ OOO.OO. will open for collection on Novemberfirst.

COULD BETTER FERTILIZER DK: MADE 1VB WOULD MAKE IT + ... OOOOOOOOOoo.OOO

o Write for ;New Fall Price Lists Juat Issued | MILTON PLEDGER I am now ready to furnish'',

E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER''' CO.. Ja'cksonrille. Florida | '

Z ATTORNEY AT LAW 4 ,estimates of these taxes. 2 per cent "

4 State Bank Building O :,
Wanted: clean cotton :rags; not and presses and wiping bearings ,' KIS8IHMEK : FLORIDA ; 11
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j discount will be'allowed
merely trimmings or strings-butde- Bring 'em along to the office of The I OOtoooooOOOOO.OOOOOOOOO :: for November
cent stuff to use for washing roller Gazette Kissimmee. 14tfxWrnmrnaw ,
1 F. KIIIRRR W. J. STEEP

++ OOtOttOOttOOt" OOOt Ooooooooo oo. high, thick, KRIBBS &: STEED payment. :

blocks harp-edged tter.ey s cad '".....rlor* mt law
I of the Goodyear KII_... Florida

All-Weather neaeml pmrilre I..11 State ..*
: Tread keep the max- ucUea a..... t..rt.:

'. imum traction and
'. safety under your PAT JOHNSTON' o. P QAnnKTT Ce L. BANDY,

I Save car every foot of the JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW

$3.00 I way. They resist Tax Collector.42lOt
sideslip and skidding .
I Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank
:: help make the Building.
r .; most of fuel, and
'. KISSIMMEE FL.OIUUAOR.
': protect your motor
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: Purina Cow Chow will cost $3.00 : from stalling the or strain spinning of R7j.DENTIST DENNING \


a ton less to those who it before ; wheels. Over the Postofflce. ,

: get D A...CVO_* IM TMT..5/./r..fe.4.$rwMnmtnd t.,,..-, >,rICH: HUUHH.: to 11.'". 1:10: t. "QUALITY PLUS SERVICE" IN COMMERCIAL

: two weeks. This special offer holds CorJt ..III HH* n M..i.'C..::.Wv*.:: Residence Phony 174Office
Phone 15t PRINTING AT THE OFFICE OF THE GAZETTE
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I good for all orders of c.-/yr --- -- ,
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I Phone Arrangements us today for :.: GOOD EAR I Winter ATTORNEY-AT-LAW OFFICES Park. Florida .. iLATO[ ( [? DRY mnrii: ,


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r Florida Feed Stores .! ROBS CALOMEL OF 4>,> TURNER COMPANY.MARBL3&TAMPAMONUMENTS GRANITE (0 4

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306 BROADWAY NAUSEA AND DANGER I 4 4 -- 4 4 f !rt SjfRu"yA i Prices until today $165

TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS : <. M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimraee ; 1 j-tTi

: CALL UP No.'? 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT) t. Med'rinal Virtues Retained and Im.1*-:< .o-: -. .x. ..:-4)r -:. yw ><; NOW $155',

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known to the drug trade! as'"Calotatu" A. AFIRE : -
Calomel, the molt generally. used of all .> i
LIFE.
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medicines thus
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u'' I .d from tho. 'lobjectlenahle qoa1ltl-i INDEMNITY BONDS _
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and indigestion, and In a treat
variety of JOHN A MCCARTHY r ;
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1 s f'h li 4 biuui troublea calomel was the moat (uooeiafol KISSIMMEE PLUMBING ,
remedy, but its use was oftea aet;-
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Idea No..t., the etaleet and moat 'r +
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,GAZkTTK,. FKIDAT NOVEYEEED-u I1g .'Uf.kI88lllIlEB.VALLBT .
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,. ._. .. .. .... . ...... !Inc. Maude Mathews In her own right .. -:; TA...
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Land Com- PROCEEDINGS or''l'BE. -
pan,. .t aU Respondents.. of NWtt of Beetlon It In Township ..
i Legal Advertisements i i OF FLORIDA 1 TOO V. Dunn THE, Amanda STATE S(. South Range SO East COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .

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The
n. Do Vol (otherwise known .. aald land being assessed at the ;
:.0OOO0a46. .... .. . : A. B. De Vol) and Rowland O. De Mrs.Vol. date In the of the Issusnce of said Certificate Bllous- Continued. r ro 1II'T'a'';' Two) .
nameof demons
her Mrs
road
husband; R. O. Meek) Sarah Mary Nettle na... Un work..-_ eo..d '
Crawford less said certificate shall be Jim demons, road work.
; Assenett Sophia redeemed -,., 15.011
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"WHEKHJAS at a apeclal meeting1' of said respondents are living Paulson and If said If according law, tax deed will Issue Carl UutUdjre, road work..... S7.60 Overlan4' Champion;
the Board of 1'ubllo Instruction of 0.- respondents of them thereon on the 10th day of December, Amos par.o.. roa4 workJ.... ,040
X16 County, Florida held on October then THE STATE OF FLORIDA.are dead A. U, IMS .J, L. OVBR8TREET. John Daniela. fish top cam _.., '.4(, '
'I 9th. A. U. IMS. petition was flledlh All persons claiming TO: Clerk W H Makln.on Co. supplies._ :. SI.66
," said poard aimed by more than. lands hereinafter described an Interest under In the (SEAL) Oaceola! County oFlorida.:. Walter Haynes, camp oook__I_ 10.0. Electrifies the Nation
...-fourth of th. quallfled voters la deceased respondents, or otherwise.said "-&t By 8. M- Bullock, D. C. Dan B Brown, convict ll'Uard. 71..1f .
Including 11'
of the dlatrlcta hereinafter men C'Hryan Ca. .uppU. _
each all the heirs, devisees ._ 131.41
turned. who pay a tax on real or per. and other claimant. of.orUnder, grantees NOTICE OKitAPPLICATION\ FOR TAX Jt' 0 Bryan Co.. mule C."d____ 148. .
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.anal property In their said respective of said named any ItKKlt O.oeOI" Hardware Co., supplies lint'B
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,i.trlcts.. and who are resident In their STATE OF FLORIDA respondents. Also THE 'NOTICE! 1S HEREBY GIVEN That feather :McKee. road .....k. 411 dal I..
:g ..Id respective dletrlcte. asking: the otherwise. claiming an TO Interest: All parties H. S. OlddensJ purchaser of Tar' c<- Woodward Lumber Yard. .up..... 10. PUBLIC interest and demand immediately
guard to call election to determine lands ,YOU ARE HHREBY In said tlfieats No. SO dated the 6th day ef Taylor Lumber C.... aup ll".__,, 47.' the
..h..lher Special Tax* School Districts that a bill to quiet the NOTIFIED June. A. DI19f1 has filed said certlflt R Pinch' lumber for r..all--. 6aWesley .' ,, announcement ol the new
t 4, 6, and *, Osceola County Flor* lowing described title. to the foU sate In my office, and has made appli Thompson road "' "._ 1.1\ Overland Champion is
,, located bewildering.,
', MaT be consolidated Into property In cation for tax deed S Floyd'muiV"feVdl1I 'Study
should a eln.al the City of Klsslmmee. to Issue In accord .._.__. Se'.
<> tax school district for the district Florida to-wltl Beginning Osceola at the County.moat ance braces with law. Said certificate em Joe McGill & Scott, road supplies_ 10.'> these pictures:,, Adjustable seats!-big load n ..f levylnsr and collecting 'a Westerly Corner of Lot the following described proper I Johnston county surveyor IDS>>
rhoul tax for the exclusive use of the Fifteen of the South Florida Four of Us 1 Block 1 ty situated In Osceola County, Florida, F M Hargott repair...________ 1.0 \ ing space'a! veritable sleeping car for
free school In the entire road to-wlt! F W Meter', repairs...,... ._ camp
i' .iibllo area; Company's! Survey to the Town t ____ t.Oi !!
within mild three of KIsnlmmeo BI5K of NWtt Section Aaron' Heaves, road __ ing trips doors front and
included, districts City Osceola State! 16 Township work ____ ,7.& rears bigger '
County, ?
the further of SO ttouth Range S* Lee Lanier, road work___ .
sad for purpose of havingtho Florida, according to the official East. _.___ '0.0. engine! closed '
t other power. of a ttpnolsl Tax thereof filed and r"on'd..d << plats The said land being assessed at the Owen. Lanier, road woik--.__ SO.Oi every. car comfort! cord
ni.lPlt under ass .. constitution public records of Oran .. among the dale of the Issuance of said certificate W E! Hnnae.ll. hire ton truck.. 100.0' tires!-other wonderful
ono III"' of Florida.' .!IrUn thence Norlh'basU-rlv County, Fine. In tho name of Oscoola Cattle Co. Un Bob Waters, road work-.______ 16.28 new features .
WIDCIIHAS the Hoard hall marie an Street feet alonA'Chllrch less said certificate shall be redeemed I' Wm Fulcske road workj_____ 4S St .
Investigation and found .and dptt'rmln.d I most Northerly aeventyflve corni'r of said LotFeur to tjit. according to law tax deed will Issue Snm Hatton. road work________ S.0( / hlye"
that mi III petition Is In compliance of nald.: flock Fifteen thencn I thereon on! tho 10th day December.. Clint !Simmons, road, work____ JO.OO
with 'piovlsloiiM of law governing cullllditloii Southeasterly alonx tho; dlvldlnuc run A. D! m3. J. L. OV EHHTH I Jo:1'. Jack Simmon, road w >tk_____ 20.00
lino
f contiguous I Clerk Circuit I< special tax hi-tween Lola three and )Four of anld COUI t. 20.00 '
I, iilxlrlcts, and Ulock Fifteen a Distance of I Oscoola County Florida 'F A Ktroup, road work-_--___, 41100
XVIIKHWAH said districts ere eon | feet ,; thence run .eluhtyesht (Circuit Court Meal) I'avld' Hans, road work.._ ._____ ST.jo "" \ :.
|II 1 1IJ HtldullHUKAH parnllel to Church Street Southwesterly a. distance of 48-lit Uy S. H Bullock U. C. Honivr J Paitln road w"rlli5.011 }t : ,
r tho Tlonrcl has !c U nil and MttV that thn avenue; c\ T'1iH ( l)11\fl' ji; < Tobw bass. road work--------!
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4l"I'M signatures la said thence run Northwesterly' n iK'jt ( < rnx IN 16.00
along '
iictltlon/ III'' *nulno, Avenue. olRhty-elicht feet Drur) ',\M> KOIt list it>I.A COUNTY; T(" Bass road work_ .__ __ .. ___ 47.60 t
osnld t.etfo teeeh to the pine HI-AIK OK Arnold IJnsH, load C
,,1 "" ''' t>> pi-tltlon of beginning. Said land FLOIIIIIA.. work. n__ 216 1rn
helmr
jimllllfd electors' who n part Ill Ha: KstaKof' Uyroii M. Guiles 1C L It I Overstrnct Inspection._
' pay n tax of Lot Four of the paid l Block Fifteen Jim 800
1 east deccasod.CITATKJN. Clemmoim road work____
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n(, personal property in and situated In and part of the North F 7.50
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II ,, -D.'.'Inl 'J'"X rU-hool Oh'lrl.Cnr. half of Government Lot Four Haas, Inspection -h'h. 800 t v k
why' I.I., ,ituv lm'" mhll..rlh. and who linn Twcntv-two of Sec To: G..orgeV.. Gull.-.. II ,r, "!I."t! In said Spitclal Tax School five South of Mange Township Twt-nty-nlnn Twenty-E".tof Aberdeen \Vanhlngtoii. It V Phillips, pay roll._ _- "___ 18S.75 Sent dUkC- | UirwmrcJ Dig lasdinf
jltaulit fnr.which they have subscrlbnut Tallahassee Dun W. GuU(-.. DcloHdi-rnler: Lumber Co. work929 and back epeceby
; lot tall
Metldlan: was lied. on Mclntv.ro : : cad rsmovina
& rear
Seattle Mlllpr =
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who XVttshlngton. )
,,!. are resident In said Speoial the 6th day of October 160.00 hart
Tax I School Districtnnd that more the above Court by Ajnr'lIlIfaud", A. D. 1821.llath-In I.. L. Guile., Phillips Bros, supplies ________ n." people. n.,

1'. than ,,,....fourlh of the qualified electors ews nunlnBt and Ab..rd".n.Va.hlngton.. Progressive Garage, supplies__ 18.81
paying taxes as uforusald and I5ACH OfYOU you ARK other YOU ANn! Den n. ClulU-s, H o artln.. Inspection_______ 8.00
HKRRnY COMMANDRI Ab..rde..nVa.hIIlKlon.. Lupfvr & Prattler, auppllos____ .
rosldrnt as aforesaid In Inch of said ) to 4J SO
npp"II"ln said
hive Cause on Mm T. It. McDonald 1..0V Ratten road work____ .
Dlstrlrtn .ubc"lbod( the said the Xrd day of 84 00
petltlon. \ the December. A. D. 19JS.Vltneng Macdowall. 8ascatchewan. Canada. M Kat, supplies ___._________ 6.30
NOW: THKHKPOIIK. HM ITIlROOIA'KD aa Judge of Honorable the above r.Court O Andrews and- Mrs J. A. !Davis JohnV..k.., road work____.__ <.00

: by the Board of Put.) In. my name aa Clerk thereof and the seal PortlAnd. Oregon. Taylor Lumber Co. lumber___ 106 2&1aJ65'LUPFER
Htructlon, OHccola County Florida. of said Court on this the Cth day of Elizabeth Guiles, Scott Dr' J U(Gore Chunn' Hobt Terler Board. 20.00 JCHAMJP
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tkat "i election be held In each of October. A. D. l.tl. Unlontown. Pennsylvanla- furnished
.. card .'IMInK Hneclal Tax School Districts J. L. OVKRHTRFET. ANI TO ALL OTHER PKR8ONH IN- Robert Parser (__._________ S.00
\o". 4, 6. and 6, of Osccola As Clerk of above Court. TERESTED: IN THE HEREINAFTER: W E Hansell worm drive truck SOO.OO
found. Florida, cm the Z4th day ofNnvembrr. Circuit Court Heat) Dr.HCKIMED REAL EHTATE. 'CO COMMI8H__ OAL THREE
A. O. IfZS for the purpose JOHNSTON A. OARRETT NOTICE! Is hereby given to you and 11'1.. ..d R.rf.il.re F... Ni
at No. 1. Whether the said districts Council for Complainant. 43-" administrator of the Estate of Byron John Bronson. speed cop, S mo.. !60.00
shall Im consolidated and beceme a M Oull.... deceased has filed a Peti H R Story. game ..warden S mo 260.00
single Hpvrlal) Tax Hchool District MOTIC'E TO 'REnITOn" ion in the above styled Court setting L R Farmer servant at Jail IIKIS3IMMFE

No *. Who shell be. the Trusteesof I. ('..rt of the Ce..lr. Jnils-x. Osceole forth that there are debts due Judge two months costs ____._______ 61.00 & PRATHER
proposed consolidated district (.0....,.. !State! .f Klnrlde. and owing and that. the personal Estate I. R Comer court cases 70.45
No S The number of mills of district Ill r.. Relate of Wllhelm Schmidt Deceaaed la Insufficient for, the purposes of L R Farmer holding iqquest__ 1CS5 FLORIDA
tax to be levied and collected. pil\lng the said debts and that It Is Farmer cost D Sweet case 4.00 _
annually -
for the years A. I>. 184 and To all Creditors, Lena teen. Distributees necessary for an order to lake possession J It C 0 Griffin repairs___________,_ 8.00 h _ _ _ __ __ _ --
\. l Ir 1H26. within the proponnl oonKnllil'iteil and all Persons having' Claims or of the following real estate aa assets Peoples Mlnlck Hank medicine to Jail_ 7.S6 :. :..:. .INIaael
I district for the exclusl\*<* use Deirnnds. affalnat said ICstate!: : for the payment of debts and payroll state
of I hi. public! free schools thereof fluid l each of > ou, are hereby oo- charges due and owing via* I. witnesses It county courtj ____ 95.70 i
tlnV'du.; "Lots One Farmer cost court cases.. 744.SO i.'
UK IT KURTHICU'RKrlOI.VKn) that and required to present any (1). Two U), Three (1).
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Ihi> Hoard eat)mstaa the inlllHK r'<*- "ll\lm. ,md demands which ou. or Four (4). Five (6), Six (6). Seven L Overstrect cost court cases 27S.61
'lull 'I to bo le\le<) for the years A. Ither of( \ou. may (lave against the e.- I7> and Eight (8). of Block Num L It It "Farmer coat Sept. term.65.25
|i IV..4: and A. I u. HIS In said proposed tate ..f Wllhi-lm Schmidt. deceased. late her One Hundred and Fortv-two Farmer Insanity case, Sadie r
r mild < ,I' ,'(ion Is favorable to b" flvo the undersigned Ailmlnlut rat i 'Ix of Block Number Ninety-one (91), Kelly boarding C Hicks
... ,III mills, Niild eniali.. within two years froirt the Alan: Lots Five (5), Six (6), Seven L two 11 months _________n" __ ._ SS.00
Farmer
- rtK: II RKSOI-VRn hit the el.rll..l dale hereofbated (17) and Eight< (8) of mock Num- feeding prisoners l
Inl Tax : her' Two Hundred ZOO all two months ._______h__ -__ 211.5
tn hp" I School lntrlrt l No 4nl Sipt 11\h..A h 1 13HOIHI ( ) being Milton '
I, ill h, held, ut the following polling .\ SCHMIDT In the Town of 8t Cloud. Osceolu Pledger conviction fees 22600 lllo.a
pl.c. to-wlt 40-t Administratrixit1KI / .. County. 1'lurlda. according to the Penptee Hunk loan ___On_.u --160000
HUh School Hull : I IT H'HTHKIl' : ' . Land and Invi'Ht mi-lit Uperlnl Publicityu.
111 ItKHIIIAI'li thai \ : OK AI 1 I.U'A'rloFOR TAB Company .
Tnmpa Morning.
H N Illation. K' O Vans and I IJ Tribune, adverliaing
Agnew "":1':1>)>
for county_ _________$30000
Mrl I'hattri Also:
nk Innpertoiy and Sam NMTH'R; IS 111':111':1t1IV: : That!
I. I.u pier' Jr. as Oerk. h,' a it Ih- ram 0 S hm.kir i uihaHei of Tax Cer- I Lot KlKht> -flv<- (86) of Section I Plat of proposed road to Southport citrftii
hcr-hv nominated and appointed, t (llniniiNOII: ; ;.103;': .in', 306( SOT .10X, dat- I Thirteen (11) In Township Twen- hv the WRY board of and Edgewater was presented to / 1
mrv" <' n B Inspectors amid 1'hrlk| r r..I'| cit Iti' rih du) of luii' V II. 1921. h".1 t\-slx, (20)) Mouth, Range Thirty Report of sam ordered filed I
tax
collector
ttv tl h of Special Tax $Sflfool IIstriet l l (II'I cald ifrtlhcuteH' In m>' ofdce aiM 30) East< according to the Plat of collected for licenses showed >S.S5 _
:lo 4UK hna nude applleat( f,n tax deed t,> the HfinlnoliI.and & Investment
t IT FUHTHRU Ili":> OIAKI I > I hut iMHiit In acconlunct. with law. Hnldleltlflcatts Com pan>"'.. ( Incorporated) Subdivision balance Report In county depositories showed
the several funds
the
for i.1> < tlon In Special Tax Hchool I I >!Htilil eintiiaLe tile followlnfr dent of said Hi-cllun Thirteen 1st of October, follows.Revenue on
No r shall b held the follow rlbed ( I IS). Situate In Oaceola as :
< nt property situated In OsccolaCounty. County
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polllnn "'Iorlda.TUI.n.I.'ORJ1. --- -
IIIK pll towMVtil.T Florida
to-wit: Fine and forfeiture fund516.07
( Park 'X'I; (llouoe. ]x>ts I. 4, 5. S and K Vi( lot 2 In Block : you 'and each of you Road and bridge __ ___..._ 1466026
KK IT FUKTHEH HtI.\'I'O: thatJ I : Lots 1 to 16 In flock 2.'iIA.ts 1 to 1 III and all other persona Interested are Special road _/ ___n_________ "". e1a..11a'a
A Han'lay, IMvId liana and II. V and in to IT In Block i.: 1 and hereby commanded to appear before Tick eradication ____ S2S6.JL(17Publicity V

lsrllii ns Inspectors. and I. .:. 1'artlnlu to 16 In Block 5; l.ols t to 26 In Block m.. at Klanlmmee, Osceola County. __.__-_._____un_____ 1114.71
t'lerk. he and they are hereby none 6. Florida Fruit felt Hales Company's Florida on the 17th day of December Fall'1' 1 _____ _____ '1"<
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lined and appointed to verve an Inspectors Subdivision No.1. A. I). IMS. and to show cause If any Paid warrants were ordered cancelled
and Clerk respectively. of The paid land being assessed at th have, why said Petition should from the several funds follows-

Kpnclal' Tax Hchool District N... &. date of Issuance of said certificate easst be .granted.VITNERH. Revenue. ____....________as___S141S.tS:
KK IT FITKTHKH KKUUIA'KI that the name of Run Bans Unless said l \ by name, a. County Judge Road and bridge ____________ SS18.16
the election In Special Tax Hchool l>ls- certificate shall be redeemed according of Osceola County Florida at Ktaslmmee. -
Special road _____._._______ 1.21
trlot No. 6. shall ape held at the follow- to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on together with the Seal of my office. publicity _____ ____1 r 100.00
/., polllnc place, to-wit: the I4th day of November A. D. ., this the 6th day of November A. There being- no further business before
finilard's I'acklns House. J. U OVBRSTRKKT.un'j IX 1S2S. the board they adjourned r1
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II H IT FURTHER RB8OLVRD that Clerk Circuit (Signed.. ) T. L. COMER. B. D. Overatreet, Chairman. $
4 K. Austin, J. H. Smith and C. C. v Oaoeola County (Seal) County Judge of Osceola Attest: .1 IOveretreet.. Clerk.
lisle 1\. Inspectors, and Fred Harvey (Circuit Court Seal a6.6t \ I 4S-4t County, Florida S'
.. Clerk he and they are hereby nom Dy 8. H. Bullock D. C. I Kelp .the Red Cross do everywhere
tsated and appointed to serve aa Inspectors IN TUB COURT OF THR COUNTY 1
and Clerk respectively NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX Jl'tHiK.' OHCKOL.A. COUNTY.' STATE what you would do if yon were there.
Special Tax School District No. I. DKRIK: OK FLORIDA. Annual Roll Call. Sunday. November
ItR IT FUHTHKU nKHOt.VKU that NOTICE IS IIBRKBT OIVEN.. That In R.:, E.tat. of Miles 'Mack. deceaeed. 11 from'12:30 to.lSo. m. Will t
the Huperlntendent of 1'ubllo Instruction O. M. Martin and C. M. narbett. purchaser CITATION P. you
I cause a notice of said proposed of Tax Certificate No. 1101. dated To: Olive M. Mack answer "her1 when your ,nam u
I election' to he published one a'' week the Tth day of June, A. D. 110 has I Lynn Haven Florida. called I GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS
for four consecutive weeks In The filed said certificate In my office and Sallle Newman *" ,

I Klsalmmea Valley Ostette, a newspaper ha. made application for tax deed to 6S Woodlawn Are. i 'L!..\i'' ,.v .
published within the' County ofOnreola Issue In accordance with law. Said Norwalk Ohio. ', "
and having a general crculatlon certificate embraces the following described Ella) F. Mack
through rile Count,.. situated In OsceolaCounty. 1M F.:. SSrd St.. 8 .
till] IT KUHTHKH RBaOL.Vni that Wi r.rY': ItHW& Cleveland Ohio. .

the form of ballot to be used at aaldInrtlun Block VI.. Robert Tlasa' Addition Clara M 'flack -, -.J
.. shall be substantially as follows to Kl..lmmpuCity.. 1919 1':. 93rd 81Cleveland. .. 16

The said land being nesaed at th tl Ohio .
OFFICIAL BAI.I.OT. date of Issuance of Bald certificates I In laden K Mark
the name of A. Haines Unless said 191 >*> K 03rd Sl..
RPKCIAI. TAX HCHOOt. Il>4Tni "n< certificates shall be redeemed" according I Cleveland. Ohio k
KI.KCTION.: : IN RI'KCIAI TAX S('IHM>IMSTHIOTH to law, tax deed will issue thereon S The Board of Home Missions and
: 4. B. AND 8. O CF.OI.A on the 2fith day of November, A. H. Church Extension of the Methodist Protect Your Interests.
(OfUJNTT FLORIDA HEI-1 NO\'J:. I- 1\123. J L OVKRSTREKT. Episcopal Church. Philadelphia
fElt: I4th. A. D 191S Clerk Circuit Court. Pennsylvania. I 4
First ur.tloa ..b Bll. <1tIndlcatt (SEAL) AND TO ALL OTHHn PEMSOVS 1NTKRE8TKD -
( your choice liy maKlnir Oaceola County Florida. : IN THE HEREINAFTER'
"x" before the prnpoeltlon which 46t lly S. II. Bullock D. C DESCniliKD: REAL ESTATE In Time
expresses your choice) NOTICE la hereby given to you and By Acting

-Ft rit consolidation of Hpeolal TaxHchool IN CIRCUIT COURT Full THK: SKVHNTKRNTH ouch of you. that George C. Norton aaailmlnlatrator (

I Itlstrlcta 4. 6. and 8. Into a JUDICIAL, CIRCTMT OK of the Estate of Miles
iilnifli Special Tax J Hchool District.4UAINST THE STATE' OK FLORIDA IN ANI Mack deceased. with the will annexed
has lied a Petition In the above stylist! ;
consolidation ;of KpeclnlTax I CHANCERY FOR THE COUNTY HONES OK MAUDE OSCKOLIN MATH Court setting forth that It Is nereaearv Since 1917 damage from frost or freeze in Florida has been only nom..
and 6.
Hchool Dlmrlcttt 4 61 W
lo take of real
possession estatete
District.ee Into s., .single Special Tax Hchool va EWS.. KISHIMMKB In her own LAND r IK lit. ('OM Complainant PANY. I II 'render effective the provisions of inal. Because you have escaped so far however, is no reason why you ,

Florida et al Respondents the will and codicil and that It Is necessary inveat-
II '.d ...%.
Who shall be. Trustees of p-.>poaodconsolidated STATIC OF F1XJIIIDA TO: KIs. purpose and praying for an order to I *
ment.
District? slmmee Land Company. Drexel Build obtain poasesslon of the following real e
'
Vote for Three (2). Write In Inl{. Philadelphia P..nns> Ivanla. And estate to render effective the provisions
name of candidate of your choice.) this day this cause having come of the will and codicil, via:
now
on for hearing upon application for order " Lot Nine (9) of Block S4 : The business of the Skinner Machinery Co. depends for the, most
Lot Fifteen (16) of Block 157.:
of publication addressed to Klaalni-
. me. Land Company a Florida corporation Lot Nineteen (lJ) of Block 259.: part on an uninterrupted continuance of Florida fruit crops. To protect
TOW ......tI.. .....ltt..., pursuant to the terms .of R. (). Lots Nineteen ((19)) and Twenty COKE !
SKINNER
What number of mills of Districttax H 2609. and the Court having made (20). Block 266: their own interests, they have perfected the improved .
shall be levied. and collected Investigation and being fully All of the Town of St. Cloud. Oareola -
annually for two succeeding years advised proper finds that complainant Is entitled County Florida. according tot HEATER, selling at the extremely low price of $1.98.

\ In the proposed consolidated DIs- to such Order for publication I the Seminole Land & Investment
J riot for the exclusive use of pub Is thereupon ordered and you. theKlsslmmee ('om pan)"'. (Incorporated; ) Plat of I

lie free esllmalej Land Company are hereby the said Town. Use of heaters affords you the only complete insurance covering trees, r
(The Board the mlllas-e AI.sO
:
In the above
required for years A.? D. 1914 and commanded styled cause,to which appear Is a suit to quiet Lots One Hundred" and Ten (110) fruit, buds and blossom. Scores of Florida fruit and vegetable growers 1 y
A. D. l"tf In said proposed consolidated and One Hundred and Fifteen
district to be FIVE wit title:, the on the Srd Rule day day or December In December, A. to-D. ( lit) of Section Eighteen (18). testify to the value of coke heater, and hundreds of groves are being protected I'

MILLS. and defend said action. This order Township Twenty-six (6) South
1921 )loss.
Write mills by them this season. Relieve yourself of anxiety and possible
In flsrure of number nf shall be published once a week of Rang Thirty-one (11) East,

that you wish levied not to exceed for the period of four consecutive according to the Seminole Land Act It's too late after freeze. Fill out the
ten now. a coupon
mills) weeks In The Klsslmmee Valley. Oasette. and Investment Company's (Incorporated
,. -- -_________Mills.BH a weekly newspaper publishedIn ) subdivision of the .
IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County In. which the said suit said section Eighteen (IS). Q
this resolution be published as part was Instituted. ..*> Lot Sixty (10)) of Section Twenty-.

ef call of notice of election. DONK AND ORDERED at Orlando. nine (19) Township Twenty-six Skinner Machine Co.
Florida, this lth day of October A. S6) South of Range Thirty (30) r .
I'IOTI'III' 0.. St.Ee11ow. D. 1911. C. O ANDREWS. East according to the Seminole + r
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: 4.-4t Judge of the above Court.In Land and Investment Company'sIncorporated BOX 11. Dunedin Florida.
Notice Is hereby sjlven that pursuant ( ) subdivision of the
to revolution which was adopted by said Section Twenty-nine (29). A -
the Board oC Public Instruction lot Os- Circuit Court. 17th Judicial Circuit ALSO:
eeola County Florida at Its Special In and for Osceola County, Florida In Lots Thirty-one (el). of Section C
meeting held on October 14th. A. D. Chancery: Jewell Citrus Development Thirty-five (31)). Township Twen ervlse Deparc..nt. .z8ltl.
IU,. copy of which Is attached to this Co.. a corporation organised and existing ty-six SO) South of Range Thirty ..... Maohlner Cerp.ey. ZDuaedla
aotloe. a special election will b. held und.r the laws of the State of (SO) Ease according to the Flqrld& j
'n each of Special Tax School Districts Florida. Complainant Versus: John Semlnole Land and Investment Send informstioa about beater easlprent F.gotred .- i
Hoe. 4. K, and 8. Oeoeola) Coun!)'. FlorIda Fay et al Respondents: Bill to Quiet Company' (Incorporated subdivision . to protect .r "'0"" '
on the S4th day of November. A. Title. Order of PubU atton. The State of the said Section Thlrtnv. ,-
I>. 1SS. to determine the follow-In of Florida to: James A. Van Voaat a. (15). Situate OeceolaCoun / Z j

enieetlons: First. whether the said are _, of Bohenectady N.required Y.: You to ty. Florida. k&ps . .. .. . aerse I. wr.".. Tart.Ue. y
district shall be consolidated and be- hereby commanded and THEREFORE you and each of you ,
eome a elasTle Special Tax School Dlstriot appear on the Srd day of December. A. and all other persons Interested are \ /

: Second. he- Trus- D. IMS to the Bill of Complaint dyedfn \ hereby commanded to appear beforeme . .. .. . . . . . ..... .. . . . .. .... ... ........ .. ,
tees of proposed consolidated district: the above tried cause. at Klsslmmee, Osceola County
Third. The number of mills of district Witness the Honorable C. O. An- .. 17th day of December. '

tax to be levied and collected annually drews. as Judge of the above Con tt A. D. 11111 and to show ...u.., If anyyou ... . . .... .. . .. .. ... .. .. ..0..........' .
flop the years A. D. ltS and A. D. 1SI and my name aa Clerk thereof, and tm hare, why said Pstltloi should not {
within the proposed consolidated dietrtet official seal thereof this the 1st day of be granted.WITNK83.

fer the excluelve use of the pub November, A. D. IMS. my name. ae County Judgeof ;d.w.u, .... ._ __ __ _ .... .... .. .+t,
fie free schools thereof. The polllns J. L. OVBRSTRKET.: Clerk.' Oeceola County Florida at Klselmmee. -
42.
Waoee In each District with ".m.. ofSPatseOtlve (Ct. ,.Ct *eeJ) together with t... BeeJ ef my .office :

Inspectors and Clerk are this the. .Ith day- of ,November.'. T A.
Mated In the attached of the resUitlon. FOR."'A. **mi" ,;
copy NOTICE Oil' APPLICATION T.fti'\COM8R. '
>)> .
Suited
q Thla tb. let of October ,
day OHRD. s
.roD.. 1.... ' : NOTICE 18 HBRBBT orVTW. 'That. (Real. ). County- Jndtllof, rierlde.Oeeeeto *, tr..f
Gait
.. .,
%'
H.
at KATZLk R. M. Dyer pnrohaaer ef Tax Certlfl- J11 1
Ohalrmatt of .Beard Publlo In.r of June. .t:7:
ef batty. No. !". dated the tltll day
;1 ll _U County I0"- said oertlnoate to T.k..Netles. .that- 1 -WIIn'" March. ;.
filed
.i I*. ?rTOWH-t: .!.> . A. IX.ofSee 1M1. has ha. made application 1111or ae soon thereafter *. I may he r I
and .
). t -.ora tan., ". j I 4 ;: ._ UIlff my tax t./tissuela *___eo.wltll beard.iapply-fr-s>........r. I was) fir 1 1 .ry..ea--, } ,Y't
"fel. vlctd e( snanataughtfr Circuit Court ya . 1
z- : 8&1. eertMoate) emkraoee the +.I
; law. tn OeeeoU Ceurtty In ,:AprlC.1518. Anyone '
proMrtr. situated, Of.
r01evuit'Co.rt'ly cad ferthS Ik..N lowing r ,described '
> lie .
'flontm te-wltr deelrln may the Vs ..... _
h judicial Circuit of .tho State of OeeeolCounty j e/ B8U ''of MW11 .sertmsus,.thei.-**HeaUeebt !. ; , f
JOI t
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4,1..54 for.Osnesrta OovM '.. 1...Sa nlDK eL15... ..ra 4ti i' W O, MetTBLTT, tt ... ot C .ryr .11.
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(>ot1 ,8W.6..W! ;. -' ssla.r, . :
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: I **" KISSIMMEE;: VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY,. NOVEMBER: !. 1123 1

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to' .0" O'O 0 0 0 CoH++0000c .o+H.t,0'o. ..0' 0 .0 0 H-O "' ,I; ARMISTICE CELEBRATION aI
, ., WILL BE GLORIOUS,. AFFAIR ,

c FOLKS UP NORTH"My ,:'I I November :12' II three days*.off, and 'GA R'A, G fll
only that short apace of time remains! Monroe Thomas '
'' I'for the people ,of Winter Haven and
but I wish I could convince some of my undecided friend* ( for the
:South Florida! to get ready 18 Emmett Street I
t>n North of the wonders of Florida and what a delightful place it :big Armistice Day Celebration which Ij

I it'Vor\ a bomel a place."to do business and the. wonderful opportunityit ,''I,will\ be held in Winter. Haven' on that , !T- oJ j:
offers .
Expressions l such as this are frequently heard here from those day.For( the artistic souls who love PHONE '4T' Residence Phone
who have rome from the North Jo make this their future place of ,'I beauty and display,. ''there will be a 71Now I I IJ
.
i residence. Those who have never visited this delightful country are parade at 10 a. m., in'' which beautifully "
hard to convince by letter that it is the most,desirable place on earthto decorated floats will compete '-- - " ;
live, but when they once come for ,a week or two, and get the far< the three big prizes, $100, $40 w E'I. ;!V\',:> -
\5rus in their blood, they are loth to return to their homes. They: ,i and $25.For .
... have realized from personal experience that thero Is no suffering those who love the thrill' of a Tire
bore from either extreme cold or excessive heat, and usually they 'rough-and-tumble match, tho auto: Operating a Exchange. ;
rack up and "come back" to Florida to enjoy the full comforts) and polo, at 11 a. m., will afford all the .",
blessings! of life excitement one man \may wish for in
This has been the experience of thousands of easterners and t a day./ .
northerners, and each succeeding year proves it so. ::: For those who are gaBtronomicallyinclined ; "New Ones for Old Ones"Prompt
You of Kissimmee know and admit that it Is very difficult 10 f the various booths will offer .
. describe the many good things we have to offer by letter. This being Ia I chance to satisfy the. "inner man"at
the case, the question arises as to the best way to do the work. ,} the noon hour. '
been the of more The sports and ball fans will find : ,
In answer we nay: printers' ink has means building t I'
countries, selling more goods, convincing people that what you have ;; 'a particular cause! for re'oicing' when .
to offer i If! just the thing they crave or flesire! ,,than any ether moans .. 'they witness tho game between Sum- "
1 -
known. 'Word and picture will do it; a picture of your home, business ) , of Bailow+ and the Lakeland Attention To Small Jobs As Well As Large
and descriptive articles. : i Preiulnaughts, at 2 p rn.,. at the ball ,
block! ranch, orange or grapefruit grove .
.
Number" will be alive with well !park.
Booster
Our "Co-operative "
will revel in
All real "westerner
written descriptive articles and we suggest that you get bu! and make arrangements! with The Gazette to have a picture taken y .
and a cut made that will materially assist!' in this. very commendable v 4 o'clock.All true Americans who believe "a - - - -. .. - -_. ,- -
; --
-
+ undertaking. little noise! is not out of place In a -
Co-operation IK the one thing that counts moat in all matters of patriotic! celebration, will go into
a public character, for co-operation in an alliance of ambition a 'ecstasies of rapture when the big ,
silent partnership in prosperity. Without co-operation you puncturethe "( hunch of 'work'l--GOO.OO!' worth of
pay roll paralyze progress" stall InlCC...... Let us try cooperation < 'em-are "set off" at 7:30: p. m. Martha Washington Candy Store \
in our 81l'alrne C'itY-oRe people-one purpose.A I And to bring the whole wonderful .
splendid example of what co-operation means in community I day to a glorious' climax, all those .t j
building I is shown in the wonderful succession of succeenes achieved who have a "ticklinir in their feet" Old Time Home Made Candies
rear after year by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. There: and don't care who knows it, will be '1
U not a slacker in that great business organization, which is one of in their clement at the big; street
the very good reasons why Los Angeles is today one of the wonder dance and carnival, to begin' at 9 p. 17 South: Main St. Orlando Florida
1 cities of the world. I m. and to continue ad infinitum.
Arid what a large city the efforts of rightfully I I Winter Haven ii going' to do her. "Have
inducted co-opreation, may be garnered in proportion by ,self proud on November; 12, rain or a Grape"Was
smaller cities. It is all a question of earnest,, sincere, actual shine, und the only thing; needed l to
eration. make it a glorious success is the .
Our own community will be able to trace results direct from t.h"1 I crowd. Come on, South Floridians I ,s
much than in cities.! let's have a good time together! ..
undertaking of this sort more so larger ... .
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Will you be a co-operator I - -- -- - -- ---n _ "
Said a scabby old man named Depew j .
.'O"'O'OOt OOOOOOO't OOOOOOOO O "This Roll Call]) puts me in a stew! a
What can be the sense :
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Of this useless expense?" I
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wife
But a flood came, and Depew knew! "My
Casino Theatre I I after trouble five she years

Bundles of old paper are for salt doctor or
SATURDAY at the office of The Gazette; lOc. thought there ",.
Better get them while there Is a stock. Our grocer told
TOM MIX in "DO AND DARE"MONDAY Call at once; -they'll never be cheaper. derful: Remedy,
for same trouble
s bottle, but she
Se out.[ I got it
RICHARD BARIIIELMISS[ in "FURY"TUESDAY coaxed her into
enjoying the feeds
position." It is
preparation that
Kamaka's Native HawaiiansAN rhal mucus from
USE and allays the

UNBEATABLE TRIO OF ATTRACTIONS SANITARYDAIRYCO'S causes ; and show
and intestinal
t --_- ---- -- -- MILK & ICE CREAM pendicitis. One
money refunded. : feeds.
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''lit Y. J. LING I CITYMEATJARRET L. r druggists_. ...J ; ) $2.Si 2.50: (

: : -=:!:I-: _.1:10: ,
2.73:
Hand Laundry k4 2.6C
F
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(
2.85
After
2.40 1
Now mid ready
\ open Fresh Meat and ATTENTION 2.80
for' business Every 2,76
FATIIERS J
VegetablesPhone Meal I 2.85 3.25
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2DStewar& Ave. -
2.75
t ,Kissimmee, Florida 44 Sanitary Dairy milk it 7 .. 4.25 '
the milk for your folks .. 4.28
It "will benefit your baby. : I .. 2.75 ,IJ".,
--- --- Your wife and children '
MONDAY WILL.'BE : :: .. -3.10
rEnTION IN BANKRUPTCY SCHOOL will like it and it will be .
HOLIDAY
good for you.NITARYDA1RYCo. '\ lay so
Creditors' petition was filed Mon Monday, November 12. will be observed good and then
day with the clerk of U. S. district by all the schools of Oaceola to and Happy
court, in county as the Armistice Day holiday
Tampa re estate of Kissiminee .
Ss.!ed in
Wholesale
Grocery Co., in bank.
ruptcy. The petition was filed by E. AMERICAN LEGION Otu i iJr.! Purity! B. Quinby. the Wilson Coffee Co., and MEETS NEXT TUESDAY .. aurljillrman"e Package ) prize to the
the Chadick Milling; Co., through PatJohnston I Mkkin on-CarllC\n Pot ot the Amer. iJt ) list of
and G. P. Garrett, their at lean Legion will 3r r : -:
meet next Tuc-sdjiy: ,, Tw mutt bo
torneys._ night at 8 o'clock, at the city hall ::
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