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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 23, 1923
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01143
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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VOTE! CONSOLIDATION OF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTS SATURDAYiiE"O"l !" *" " o< 't..t...... . ... . . .... ..... ... . ... .. ... . ... .............. .................. ...... .. .. . .. .. .. .


DEAL? Annual Meeting Called For Friday Makiasoa-Canon Peat win'Qsthes TO'VOTE'TOMORROW
December 7 And All The Members At Dar..'. Ca/e :XMeadar NightFor
Ii j Are Expected To Be Prevent Feed ,And Annual Election "

Taxes Being :Wasted In The The Klssimmee chapter of the have been working: on our Booster Number Armistice Day' etarte. the new year No Opposition.Expected 'In

Kissimmee Schools 'When American Red Cross will! hold its annual for the past few weeks and have endeavored to seeverybody. with the legionnaires. So many conflicting Election 'To Consolidate
meeting at the Chamber of meetings took place during
Waste Is Preventable Commerce Friday night. December Its just possible we have failed to see Armistice Day week that the Makln- Three School Districts a', '

I 7. This I. the occasion of the election You. If so and you want to co-operate wit1} this son-Carson Post could not squeeze a _
Osceola county has always beenproud of officers, reports of work done meeting in edgewise on the second With a favorable vote tomorrow in
of her schools. TWs pride hai during the year and discussion of movement to place Osce la county before the people Tuesday, the regular meeting night,. Special Tax School District Num.bcrs .
and i*. entirely justifiable inmTnv plans for the future. AU membersof elsewhere- north and east let us know so the election was postponed to the
up four five and six to consolidateinto
There' question .
respects. no the Red Cross are urged to be nxet night the fourth Tuesday.
about that. Osceola High School is present and take an active interest in wants at once as we are near the end of our solici The legionnaires will get together one, the necessary steps wilt
on the accredited list of the SouthernAuociition the work of the organisation. at Day-son's cafe at 8:30: o'clock next have been taken to enable the going
of Colleges, which is af Membership includes the -204 who tation.We Tuesday night November 27, for a ahead with the bond issue electionto
, ,
filiated'with associations other .collegiate thus giving standardized collect - (Continued on Pag Ten) want as many pictures of nice homes; largeor "dutch treat" supper and the election provide new high school and primary

entrance to holders of Osceola small, as we can get and ask you to help us get department That the election

high School diplomas. the A nine month PROBLEMS HOLDINGUP them. They will show people what we have here LAST FOOTBALL FOR will carry by a Wg majority is foregone -
i is provided. in grades as '
I school conclusion as only two people
high school.! Standards and interest them in becoming residents of our
writ n* the
THIS SEASON TODAY were opposed to signing the petitions
teachers in Osceola schoo1lRve PAVINGPROGRAM I
in '
Will with this
Hl't us
been complimented and copied community. you co-operate calling for this. election, and sentl-

)d ewhfie All thin in very good. commendable undertaking? If so, let us know at ment has been rapidly gaining in favor .

Ev<'rrod blooded man every pa- Sanitary And Storm Sewers once. II Osceola High and Clearwater of immediate procedure with
triotK< ,iti'/.en every !good woman I Final Home erection! of needed school buildings
To Meet In
want- to HOP the school children have Delay Engineers' ReportOn J..r------------------------------.___ ..
The crowded conditions in all the
education it is possible to Game This AfternoonThis
the I
, e\M,. t tern, Also, every tax payer Size Of Bond Issue grades are ample testimony of 'the,
see the money he pays for !I necessity ,for new buildings .nd'thl.
,nnl- afternoon's football
"la'., ,i.l. to the bent advantage. Severn'special meetings of tie' \WILL! HAE COUNTY UNION SERVICES ONTHANKSGIVING wee the largest crowd of gameshoulii thtyear. week has seen still more pupils en

j 1\\,' c f hill deep realization of the city; eonvnissioner.s have' tesultvd intl'r It will be the last chance Kis- rolled. The average attendance last I
?" 'I for giving the kiddies a ,, ; dei,. ion to secure. the services'I JANIlfil\ DAY Kiamee enthusiasts will have to sea week was more than 790, exclusive: of
"tt,,, til he m doubly insistent (bat :of comp|> ',,'nt engineers to supervisethe \ I their \boys in action this year. It will the colored schools. :
(II') ,' "' \ paid in tax >,R for school res of the preliminary surveys IHwell worth seeing. The boys orthe The consolidation of the three spa-
," . shall 1)(' used to the best and the :Hiving of the eight miles of --- -- team are determined to "bring cial tax school districts is the primary -
,ju,,IVRM're.: : trcet* which a favoiahli) vote on the County Ajrcnt Is Authorized I Kissimmee Pastors To .loir 1 honie the bncon" in this the final purpose of tomorrow's election
It -refore' M nubicrt; of chagrin bond I if lie will authorize. The problems CommissionersTo In Meeting At Methodist I I' Kdirtto \be played i In Kissimmee during but there is also to be decided the
,to |I'i i.spayor. of Kill-imm"e and I i sanitary and storm sc-wert" Hy County i : the 1923 season. They have been number of mills of district tax to be
Ih outidmiT country-to be more are di icult ones in some parts of Go Ahead With Plans Church Thursday Night working' hard this season, and with levied and collected annually for the
vi). J'i m districts! 'four, five and I the eli '. and these problems must becnicfu'lv I I'I' I - -- I Ill(' new material have made a very two succeeding years for the exclusive -
"I' hi- learn! that approxl- worked out before the t wi1\- use of the public free schools.
? n ap- 'I'' Osci-ola county \ bold its thin The union Thanksgiving services nKisbimmce good showing.} They are entitled to ,
ml"," ';woo which he and his nelRhImr iproxin .ite (ost can bo accurately esI -IwnnuJil county fair next January, will take place next the unqualified support of the city Two of the districts! voting tomorrow '- -
' '. paid for tax,," for school | IllIa" ,I. At a 1<1"'l'ol; meeting Tuesday the Thursday ni"htIt the First Metho the community. have already voted five mills, whichis '
fioni the 2.1: to 21<> County Agen: ., land '
rUt,|, "i i in annually lIeinwad..d./\ morning(' of the city commissionand June GOon asked the county commis I'that church at 7:80: the various pastors \DeLund High won fiom the Cow- the amount the new district will
Ytt II..t in what recent school sur- the city manager outside engineers sioncrs to finance it again this of the city cooperating.After I punchers last Saturday in DeLand, need while one of the participating
VCM'. hiishown to be the case The \vre called in for advice and it son. at the November meeting 8"a-1 I the opening scng Rev Davit I I by one touchdown. There was ,some, districts has but three. The school s
addl i ,t !part of it, however, i is that i in expected that this week will see they told him to go ahead. The fail' I I Lander will offer the opening prajrr. pretty playingand once or twice it board has estimated five mill. as the
mo-i of this waste I is almost entirely final arrangements made for competent -, last year as well UK the first one two I i followed by the scripture reading' bj I looked as 'if Kissimmee was to score. least possible millage adequate for
This throwing away of supervision of the entire job. out of the running expenses, and no opposition
prrvp'tsl-le.: I was so successful that th Rev. S. I. Smith of the Second Baptist I Captain Graham was game
ma'a' mny be, and can be, stopped. The rumor wan current on the years commissioners ago are enthusiastic over church. With singing interspersed for most of it, but made a beautiful has .been 'voiced.. The five mill levy
Klnnda; school surveys show that streets in the circles which find imaginary holding it again. the pastors of the other churchei I 55 yard run when he intercepted ''A went over almost unanimously at the '
frcm r.! to C failures occur every yearn I objections to whatever public Mr. Gunn Is urging all the farmeri will make short talks, and a song and I forward pass. A lateral: pass Grahamto l last election some few votUig for
o.uti grade which are not due to matters come up that the commissioners anti, to keep the dates IT praise service will follow. Bullock gave Kisstmmee fifteen mOte than five mills
dullness "n the part of pupils, nor I were planning to do the mind growers and to have even better exhibit! All visitors In the city as well ai' more by Bullock's plunging. Tho I There will also be elected three
to inefficiency of teachers, rtor to ,work themselves and to purchase all this than last. Talk the mat- the Kissimmce people are cordially Cow-puncher offense wilted Anally, school trustees for the proposed consolidated ',
lae"of" facilities. They are due to tho material from one dealer in the tcr over year with him. InvlC't.o\ join in the services. however, and Tatum kicked out of ,district. The three trustee
mir.or. physical defects defects which j city. Commissioner Howard, Katz - '.-- -- danger. I of district nllmber.toar'are th. 'OQly
can -be'remedied. Each failure, each yesterday vehementlydenied thee WALTER BASS SHIES W./TRAMMELL WILL Most of the "game was played in candidates who have qualified for to*
",year means $S5 or $40 wasted.. rumors 'and pointed out that the law mid field and when the final whistle morrow's election, by petition as pro
Picture the little boy (or girl) gom passed by the 1923 legislature, under: SOMBRERO IN RING RUN FOR GOVERNOR blew the ball was on the median line vided by law. Names of ethers may
older brother has perhaps been on the specifically provides that the munici Supervisor! Of Registration Will De 1 Brother or Senator Announces Illi I Land half back in the first quarter in the space provided therefor. VThe
honor roll and he. hasn't. II.'. just pality must advertise for bids ant Candidate To Succeed Himself At Candidacy Following WithdrawalOf broke through Kissimmee's right ,three who have qualified are John .L.
si rood a boy as hi. brother Just ai award the contract to the lowes tackle and shook off several Cow- Overstreet James M. Johnston, and
anxious to please his father and moth. qualified bidder.Considerable Next Year's Election Other South Florida puncher tacklers and made the only i Mrs. W. E. Sanderson. t.,

rr, just as determined to work hard, objection has beet I touchdown of the game. Tatum fail : The polling place for district number
jut as lovable a little chap. But made to the paving of Bermuda ave More candidates are warming v\\ W. Trammell Miami attorney ed to score the extra point from boot four will be at the high school
, .bcn the month rolls round hii nue from the Dixie Highway, south !foe the 1924 election.. Some of then who announced Friday that hi leaving the final score! at 6 to 0. building in Kissimmee; for districs
brother Is again on the honor roll,. to Mabbette street thus giving haVe been interviewed by The Gazette will be a candidate for governor ir Bullock .nd' Snyder showed up well numbr five at the Center Park' school -
and he Isn't. lie doesn't want to !gohome. number of different entrances ant heretofore and their statement! the Democratic primary to be belt In the lead of the rest in their defensive house; and for district numbet six at
.' He doesn't want to face tbe'' exits to the city. Several people have< published. Here's another Waltei next June was a Kissimmee visitor work.' Graham carried the ball Milliard's packing! house. '
other pupils., He hasn't made good,. preferred that" .Bermuda, be pane i Bass the present supervisor of regis! Wednesday, stopping en route fron better. than he sever has before and this" election ares '"
and be doesn't know why. Neither from Mabbette to Vine street also trstion, who last March succeeded hi:' his! old home in Lakeland to the east Squires and Bullock did good work on Qualified voters for
does Jila teacher. Nor do his parents,, providing additional entries this timi father the late W. C. Bass. lie waS' coast. offense. those who pay taxes on real or personal -.
Perhaps. at home. he pets a whip- from the Shingle Creek district anc( asked the usual question, as to wheth Mr. Trammell) says he was supporting property/ the respective districts
pinjr.!! und for causes which he cannot I| Lake WiIl on. The commissioner>;> er the reports! were true that he expected Judge Parkhill until the latter') who have paid their poll tixesfor
hi-ln] Is the little fellow getting have carefully considered all these re to seek the name office again, I withdrawal and now becomes the FIRST NIGHT OF the last two years and will tre.
a , S i-e bus shown the rpmedv A Tuesday) meeting decided to omit the 'times whether I shall be: a I.'andidate'for I brother cf former Goveincr Par!
.' great! nrg.inliation, composed of bill' Mabbette-Dixie! : paving from the pres supervisor of registration' to sue. Trammell. United, States !senator. Ill.. ROUNDUPPLEASES PYTHIAN SISTERS HELD I

;: hearted 1 men and women who wantto ent plans, and to include Bermuda coed myself," said :Mr. Bass! "and ill: I is one of the leading attorneys of BIG CONVENTION LAST WEEK J .
" P-IVO the: kiddies a fair deal ha.del'doped avenue from Mabbette to Vine street I each case I am answering most em Miami, having moved there fron ----
whereby molt of --- I Lakeland three flfro. He WI.SI .
' machinery i phatically that I am. years Rodeo Drew Good
theM wronjrs to the children may benltht"rJ. WERTTHESUBJECTJfESTERDAK "I wall appointed bv Governor liar- I assistant! attorney general of th Legion's Kissimmee Temple! \Number 21,
More than a thousand train- 'BANANAS ,dec 'in March to fill the vacnncy caused slate for more than eight years. and, House With Show Tonight Pythian Sisters was hostess to the
ed womon in the country are helping I by the death of my father and am at one time represented Gadsd And Two More TomorrowMilt district convention in Klssimmee on .
tn iiirl'i! tlicse: "ron lI. Ten (countiesin thoroughly familiar with the duties county in the state legislature. JIb Thursday of last week. The meetIngs .
ri< nda linvo them.: Tho city of Y I rf the office. I believe that becauwe experience in Tallahassee! makfes him Eskew made began at eleven in the morning, -Sol
Saint "loud has *on('. Kipsitnmoe isIfoi'v J : of this fact and because of my association -I familiar with the gubernatorial. du last Hinkle night.and Jimmy Their round-up with D. I 1) G. C. Dora Smith presiding .
t In, have: ono, or a few men nnd with inv father timing his incumbency ties. I good off good shape and everybody and the address of welcome was ,'
womenho vesterdrtv decided! t"Aturh 'Ate Them and Talked Them of the cfnce/ that I am I Mr. Trammel] announced his candidacy i i[ show went thought in they( got more than B-iven by Congressman W. J. Sears. \
< -houM be the: case are badly "qualified( to discharge the duties ol Friday in the following( staterront I worth. Mildred l DouI Invocation followed by Wavor-Com- '1
fooled 1 m their belief in the people of At Chamber Of Commerce I the office competently. I was horn : I I their money's riding sharp missioner! A. S. Gilbert. Luncheon. ,"
with her fancy
nchtil distiicts! four flv1-/ and nix. If Luncheon ThursdayThe in Kissimmee! and have lived in Os- "To the people of Florida: [ shooting(jlas nnd her trained goats was was served at Fraternity Hell. 'i

Ki* immce doesn't (ret one thp woiknftjie --- I ceola county all riiv life, excepthen "I hereby announce that I will be a big hit. Those who know the mental In the. afternoon Memorial Servires t' "'
Mothers' Club, and the! Worn- I at the IItqte! university and th"rOTeha I appreciate the were exemplified by; the Lees-
candidate for in the Democratic attitude of a goat
Guild a povoinor
en'fluli. other organization lades of SnintJohn's with practically -
nnd \ (' an acquaintance this in Impressive
primary to b<- held in June of splendid work she has done in burg Temple a very ;
h*. not'" vet borne fruit. who furnished the luncheon at yes nil of the pppplu. 1924. I act which;: always pleases the kiddii" manner Reports from all Templesin
_ Co-opcrntion can bring nnythinij terday's meeting of the Chamber ol "If I am elected I shall continue to I well the grown-ups.. Little the district shewed them to be '
about Vn.ious organizationshnve Commerce must have had a hunch ai discharge! the duties of the office for "r have hv years of expelience become 'AM ns diminutive clown making rood progress. '
hOC," health nurce to the subject to be discussed.! At ;interests of the familiar with the affairs tf the I Texas Jack Knnpp
ursrinjr a public I the hOSt !taxpayers. I tate and feel myself was a whole show by himself, while i i Thursday evening the Sisters met
Thi' the jrovernmcnt
before -
co-operntbe rate they set members (
\Par, in a great 'any Ford '
said the bucking amid
people it laYRon's Cafe for a banquet
movement includinir members of all\ one of the bent concoctions! of r- --- I competent to pcrft rm' the duties of many worth the
PROGRAMSunday in the last. art was beautiful decorations of flowers and ?
onrnii/ Kill 'imrn""l chapter bananas cake, and whipped cream povprnor. .
.dons!<, the I price of ntfmlRsion.i 'ribbons of the emblematic colors. ,
Of tin-. American Red Cros has -. November-25. 4 m. I II There will be Mrs. George Gardner's orchestra rendered -
p. i
health nurse, who will not only givethe enlightening' talk by T. J. Harris, V 1 Broadway Band Stand ntate and shall from time to time I final performance: at 8 on Saturday and Miss Patsy Makinson re- \
kuliiies of school ape a chance.bqt R. S. A., who has become a Florida ,, j ---- I make full announcement of my position night. The show is being: put on liv sDondel to several encores for her
will the lives of other kiddies Hams made a on public questions which haveto Post of the
resident. Mr. was I I KISSIMMEE CONCERT BANT the Makinson-Carson sin nut old and the lives of some Society of Arts do with the office for which I am a the community
so Fellow in the Royal I 1 U. J. Burrows, Director 1 American Legion for with her rendUion of "My Little Gvp-
# lIIoth* 'II. For Kissimmce I in no different and Industries for original work in .5- --> candidate. I' house fund. I I, sv Love Song," "l.ove Sends a L'ttle'
I in these'' respects than other agriculture, after graduating from March-"The Southerner, Alexander I "I will appreciate the vote and sup- Gift of RO,PK," "Who's Sorry Now," '
thie, And that is the story of the the Royal Botanical Gardens Kew in Operatic Selection-"Wagnerian" I port. of every Democratic voter and COAD'S AND !MRS. ARMOU'.S( ,; and "A Kiss In The Dark." '\

Red Cross' public health nurse every- London. He was sent to the coloniesfor ___ __ ___ ____ _' __ _______BoyerA I I promise that if elected I will do my I ADDRESSES CROWDED OUT Following the banquet the Sisters .*-j
.hl"r. agricultural resarch and the Tropical Interlude. "Isle of Pnlms" utmost to perform the duties of the marched to Fraternity Hall whereDr.

The period between Armistice Day spent about twenty-sevon years In _____ ____ ________ ___ ___HolmesOrjjnn >office in the interest of afl the people At the last minute today It v'** and !Mrs. Haynes Brinson were ,d
I ind Trmnksgivin? day is the annual banana cuture'! and study. Voluntary -"Sabbath Morn"Jewell >If the state. I found impossible to include the reviews initiated. The "UOrk wag exemplified 3

I tMOd for the Red Cross' roll call. lie claims that Ki simmee!'< is! ideal ____________________ ____. "WORTH W. TRAMMELL." of the speeches made by J. 1 P. I II by the Titusville Degree Team with 4u
I cull hour was observed on Ar- fer banana growing and that the INTERMISSION Toad at the Chamber of Cornnieretlast ? I Mrs. Pauline Piitchard as captain.The G9
ImiMtcp Day and 376 members were Charminp King ---- week, and Mrs. Armor's at (hr V
acre Is greater than in any S..loction-Princf' I members cf the decree team
Itemed. 148 of last year's members other: per product. Lack of time prevent Millennial Reverie ______ _Barnhouse UEMOLAY! WILL OBSERVE Baptist church on Sunday. The Gazette were beautiful in their white_ robes _
I | *"e: not at home and havn't renewed his talk this week, but it Intermezzo-Arabian Nights _King! regrets that it will be necessaryto and gold crowns with colored,scarf., '
reviewing DAY
I'Mir membership. More than 200 of the Winds," Duble PARENTS I hold them over till next .
} is of such vital Importance to Osceola March-"Battle I i and put on the work most cre itably.
!new members joined. Hundreds of ___ _____Key
talk Banner
full of his! Star Spangled I the \
that a report I Grand officers present at convention -
I \People in Kissiramee should become county next _- Osceola Chapter. Order cf DeMo- AULTMAN HAS SOME BANANASTo '.
will be printed I Grand Chief Louise '
I [ members to help give the kiddies a I and opinions JACK" EGGERSGLITESSRETURNS Jay. will observe "Parents Day" Sunday :I were: Molly
t. Chiefs
:UNCLE in the growing Past Grand V 1
week. interested McCoy.
First one
iqusre of afternoon at the Baptist any
desk All but cents
fifty .
$t. ALASKA '
1w't I Inl'ney-'J'ecelved for each member I Mr. Harris is now the field agent : FROM I hurch. The services will take place of'bananas a trip' to Cypress Island Denim and Elizabeth Donegan Grind 3
I "''Pi of whatever denomination stays for the American AgricuitllLainem- "Uncle Jack" Eggersgluess, who at, 3:30 o'clock. Dr. W. ,C. Norton I the property of S. B. Aultman, Manager Alma Farmer C.' M. .f.t"
.Grand Protector G
r worth sad Marie Mantey -
I here Ical II be speaker.The just across the lake is well S. "' "
,5 for the local work. That /fiftyA' Company.ALLIE ,eft Kissimmee several months ago I will the principal I Pauline Pritchard., Sister Cora 4'
i esets to help the great organiIJjUon Wisconsin returned Friday fromin arranged for the while. '
goes for
I mostly of theCavendish Woodbeck ,,M. R. andC., pnNnted,<
.f. which rendered help in time T. BASS DIED extended trip to Alaska and the I neeting eqnsists: off singing by the About acres in full fruit the Grand Chief with a cut, glass gf
;{- Inr-iuble in' more than two disasters j IN GAINESVILLE Pacific coast enthusiastic over- the ongregation, cornet solo by Arthur luscious 'mayonnaise bowl and sterling-:silver, *
we.t.He hillock' Dr. Morton's address, vocal and hundreds. of 'large "
t15y of the
I''w week last year. iceneryi and the spirit from ,'in- behalf of :Klssimmee'.Tera-; flS
I ;rbre. of the focal Red Cross' offlyesterday The funeral of AlHe T. Bass, who took a large number of pictures luartette composed of Milton Harris Gra-and the bunches stalks may' In;' j-at e; seen stages hangng from those pie poon No. 21., and J). D.' G., C.- Don OH

..If"' .el" decided that there died last Tuesday in Gainesville ,was. on' the trip which are proving of great lam, Ult Chapman.invocation Clyde and' a that,are Just coming oat of bloom to Smith with a cut glass Jelly bowl with *K
iso school districts his friends in Kissimmee.ind Uyraond' Tyner B
r", people In- Wednesday nteresfc to Sister Cam .-
Hill '
Rose cemetery.: matured ready ',to euti formarket. iterliagsilver'spoon. *
held'.at the fruit .
,. .
slz on losing song. ?
I tsr who would give most interestingly
'... ( ,- afternoon ,the ,services beingonduet.d discourses lCIssimm.eandOssoIaeounty .- \ ' "'- , belU. in behalf cf the TttoeviUe .Tern-
;* .,'-8v.'eentl -week' to get this at the grave by, Rev B.. ils travels., He says he' glad to get The public -of Anltman also ''haij- five aeroorange pie presented the Grand Chte' with a ,,
\r', "ublle" besltH nurse to give that flghtnance Atchison of Saint Cloud. t' tack to>florida! ,.\1towo-rsr.. ,
services. grove
to the children. They d.- : old disparaging r California, .he likes these fruit. sandwcbs.'and eoiiee'in tl.: .1..>
ett'J The I man .was-21"years tot* ,of the order loaded with -tho yellow,( M well mur.s' $ ; j" t
,.10\ call for1" volunteers. ." Theye.'jrenvwed young the 'round greenness of things In one of the ..regula.daya < .. theteoovendos -' if.,
''I ind wa' son of MrsJiFanni>. Bass, year observed the new ,Osceola I I.. ftplllm.. and ether fruits which. *nqeet.haI: concluded .,
be by '
: . membership, this staU eoitrste4with th long to \ ...
their* south his as .
who' lives about seven 'mile. .. "- all 'do.- .el1 in.tfce,,rich soil. ,-._1Lt. -..J " .
:Jor, COCtIn4'e.J'a.n court= .*.,'bat they, "re).going. we.t'of, :Saint .Cloud.., fry:.parched California summers.. ,j; ,I hapUr.. i: \' .., ,. .- ,......'".".' .'' '
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_ CONVENTION.IIERE. PASSED ON LAST FRIDAVMrs. 'The Ford Motor Company, t daYannouricd OF "CO' OPERATIVE I ",

Martin Conner passed on last \ an addition to its line of: BOOSTER NUMBER" I

Friday evening, after being in failing cars-the Tudor Sedan which bring: ,
________ Orlando Wstrict ConnntlonVIII health for two year! at the age to .the, public an.entirely new style of, NOW I

.' __ _ Meet At first' Christian Church of 77 years.. That her memory' IN Ford enclosed body, i I _
Saturday And Sunday Next Week held dear) in the hearts of hosts .ofKissimmeo It is a distinctive type' When the co-opeiatlvc booster 1 I.. I !

", people was attested by carry five passengers' in complete sue_''pf The ,Klsslmmee' Valley Gazette c rIrtI ". '
the great number of people who comfort.' ( The roof line is low ani is completed/ and ready for dlstubu- ""h :f'

_ _ Another district! convention Is I gathered: at"the Mabbett itreet homo straight' which with the larger radiator tion, it will contain much matter of Here's. chance
scheduled' for Klsslmqlee xt week. where Rev. S. I. Smith, ot the Second ,, now standard on, all Ford cars, interest pertaining to Osceola county .a to ;

_ _ The Christian ,Endeavorer / f the Orlando I Baptist church, preached the- funeral gave Ford .designers an opportunityof and will be so attractively '

district will meet at the First sermon and journeyed to Rose Hill /Tec-ting( : most graceful lines and, pictured with scenes! from actual life dl a ,:check,up ;
Chris I la n church on Saturday and I I cemetery for the last rites conducted at the"SSnie.< time a itoost sturdycon- that you\ will undoubtedly want to : your hertij

Sunday December 1 and 2. A number by the.) Pythian Sisters and the Ladies struction.. mail extra copies to your friends .and f'f'to

of state and district people proniinent I of the G. ''A. R. Great bunks of Besides Ifs general appeal-'and hig'i' acquaintances everywhere. In a word, find out which!

ii{ Christian Endeavor work fioral offerings testified to the regard quality Aspect t the Tudor i ednn has ''you will be proud to point 1o Osceola -

_ will be in attendance, as well as the I in which this most: lovable of women several] new features which promi.'<- county as your poimunent home.

Southern States Secretary, C. '1"'. v4s IHTd.! to win nnnicdiaU favor ,1 Hut in order to inuku certain of obtaining cows are the 'prq4

_ l. vanl. Karl Lehman, probably one Maria A. Warner, was[ hOI'I1n] The two doors are unusually wide / such copies, as you may le- ,
of the Lest known men in C. I',. workin PClInloylvnnin and went to Indiana In 28 ?1-4 inches tr V)e e\a<.t, and are' set 1 sire, it will he vise. to place youi order

the country, who in now an Orange her early year! Theie "she, married,) at I the front cf the i'nr, hung in x in 'advance. Tlw 1 price will be 10 ducers! 'i

county resident, is purulent of the Martin! Cosnei' in 1875, and, a son> iiptiomi'l\!! lii',,vy fi' imes and l sw'in).' cents per ('opY.a'h); copy you mail 1

., Florida Christian Endi'Hvor Union I w is born, who I liveil! I to bo :'n: \eirs./ open( foiwurj on ('illwRid... ill. linewitfc will take in word and picture the entire -

_ _ nnil will speak at the Saturday! .,afternoon I old. An adopt c d l daughter dw'r.f: ) t the, the eirlxtr's" "eat. I, corn munity. (Order now :

and evening: sessions. i couple and, Wilt as fond( and! dcxoteeiis SJile windows' i-jiininir' ; buck f 11 nt Special Offe
Harold Waid Jr..of Winter Paik. 'I any daughter/ could have been The t lie doors me oblong in shape, "nt I 1! SCOUTING) 1-:'; iJEOl"r I : :

is. president of (the Orlando district.. family moved to Florida in IShnv! ,ihi,lt '-twJ in'h*'K in length: affording, I ul.e7-iJ.; ; 1
_ _ witn Ijwcll; McClure! of Orlando] vicepresident irg lived ,at (Camplivll:i and. Ki'simrvesince unusual xision to the occupants( w )lull,,) It ill as : to )Inive! Sc-aut We will lend '
heaileiuai'teiH us it is for (IHISIMO" "a
Mrs. K. C. Maxwell ofSanford .. any H you pairofmilk
th vi'd
; that lim<.". I la large; lenr loor,1,1./ to I i ijhtv
!secretary.. Stratton Story, Mis Cosnei' was a member of t the} All winelrw glasses. : are !loweieilush to h.txe un office, for lieadquaitersJUP , :( scales free for 30

treasurer; Miss Cornelia Minor, of KiiM Baptist' ihureh, ii ntI), next t t to ( with the, franiinif affoiding; ili.Kx ;. nothing' more I the officexheie daystl

Orlando, alumni !supi intcnilent( : Frances i her (churth the Indies ..f the G. AR I .i I ami 1 I it should have xisible I i I 1 physical! t
of Oviedo tenth !legion
_ _ Swopc, held hei, greatest )I..ynlt! She- tion.
superintendent; Miss ArntHBarl( was a chatter inembpr) of I the? oijjfuniiratiin Exterior appearance: i is eiihanci-il) 1 bya > evidence of the Socut Mi vnnent; a ::: more of Purina Cow Chow// t
of Oeoec quiet hour superintendent) ) : : : and its firstpifident, and 1 windshieldi oi', cowl Ventilator! place for the exchange of i ideas a .
of ] .I souue information and MMMCO for f Will furnish milk record t
nnd Miss Mchaul Oakland .
was for many jenix then i I' honored) and sit'u re i ic-ar': fen'or! : of new de -
1 ht''l>Il1munit\', and! should \lie attractive 1
The : ?
junior superintendent << program Ch.iplain.i She was a' most I livable sign blanks. m/ ,j,:
*'or-tin1 two days sessions follows: nd amiable W01111111'UI1,1' ,I i'n |o:> ed,I alai I I Intel, u>r aiiKement of the father and as centrally be lociti :is .!possible y .
to the field t to R"I'1 1 (
PROGRAM I ,'(re einle1 of; di-\ole1: i fri;,itnl'VI -*. *!>dan mee' all ei"ni fort. leijunem"" I.I t t- i :!: :.
All ,
Scout it-cords he aim "
are Kei
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t I' s. ( '(i5 I"('" )!s s\ji\xeel; bv her I lioth' foi dnxer and! ,HI"uC'ngoprll. Fbi I ; ;
Saturdaft'rnnon hu"h"nf1111'1: tin C\,5nc'r. and" heradopted Ild\'I"'s! is of t th' "Imckct" ill, the dies <
'''00Song Service ] dauglitii., Mis' I 1.! ( )I. Hi-\nen.. 'Ig"n with, "II"\' ishio'i) :ind back ,esr 'is for tioops I''p
_ :!:.I5- Devotional Seivice, "TI,(' :Need; if L,'."Iul'g", who was ill I Klssminvefoi .ul'in, I list I ful] pi'.si meTheie i I' .1 / iinil !me,i it badge. i i-ued, toSiou's Feed Stores,
. < in'-pundeiice, tin i i'"n "I I int'
of l'erRonal01'l k," 1 led,) I by I Dr. I I the fineral I. IntiriiKiit: m>id,I<. 1 not u ,ib'eri' oiTiiness) .. in frontrl') ,, a .:
o''u-r rerorde f the Hov Scout (Coundl
_ _ K 1). Biownlt'e, Sanford. at Hosi' Hill ceniete'y, ii'i-ier the 'iliu ,,lent\' tit. 1'fm. t mom. The tilting <.a I Iopposit ,>ml".hip... irid Couitof. Honor : 306 BROADWAY
:!::25-"C. I IJ.; in Tins District," Reports '<.tion of .I.J.V., rhi>m|,'oii, (" unmile's <. -he dnxe-i foldcomp.u'h. ,! : !1\\ i

of District Officers. 11111111'1"'iJllinm--. I l.aitn.: ii: x. (ul of t the wav so that e-ntrance ,uidI "' I TELEPHONE
I Kxeoutixi-: I 1 ihc? ciiinminit NEEDS
2:35! -"The Best' Thing: Our Society Hrewn, and Dow) of thli.(i. ,\. H.vei.e .. I' exit thtoiigh I the large ami rooim lo\"H'l1i.)
Has Done this Year" Oneminute \ the pall I hearers."Y.NK I 'dcor" i is! easily, and I ,omementh, ,.1'- engineer, : for the Scout l : CALL UP No. 218
He organizes' the troops and t tniliH.the < (TWO-ONE-EIGIIT
: /
Reports from Societies.3:00A J ; fectt'ei' bx' t those occupying I the "leusuit )
EE : t leadeis! He the adnimistfa
; : Word of Greeting from our :';I NKD"WOULD SL'JIM ITS I which is uniply laigpfor t file"persons is I
toi of tin business of i .
special speaker, Karl Lehmann, I. l'l.EI'i.: \:N Scouting/ -
Three fme theexecutive
President Florida C. )E. Union. Bemuse of the location of t the ilm!. "r. big lesponnibiltties *
N. H. White, who will h- I'pnWml"'I' each morning when he
3:15-Open Conference l led hy Karl t the dnxer has conxrnient! access' I to _
led I the "Yllnk'd" look into I the minor
as : who some
Lehmann. his! seat without folding Ihe) extra
Adjournment. 'len years ago/ was the Cluod seat along siI... Pile gasoline: ] tank I'lrM l : lo. see to It t that piopti'persc __ .
Saturday Evening respondent of The (Gazette; haM is located I under the drix'ei's !sent nit an. enlisted I i foi piopir I '" lead '. .. .- ,-

7-10: -Song Service.7:45levotional I itttn a letter inclosing/ his plan making. / it unnec et-sarx' for him i to ills oiship i .. ,. '
for Woi, Id Second To tjp leaders
Peace, which should : -ce are
: "Jesus Taught the I Hub I I any other passenger when filling:
Importance of Personal Soul of mteiest. The )letter follows, together the tank. piopeilv nnd 1 adequately' trained

: __ n _ ____ _ with his ideas of bringing InteMoi fittings ate a'tiacti\e The I Third : To see that leadership functions -
Winning"L. earth. after being trained.Entertainment .
J. Jackson Ocoee peace on upholstcrv( is in !special J For! fabric
7:55-A Word of Welcome from the Springs, Kla. X O\'. :20? 1021: of ilark brown with floor rug to trainingsuperviion)

Convention City_ _n_____ Editor KiRMmmee 'ahlev. Gazette: I match. Both the iloorK! ii nil. :side win- with the co-npi-iation. of t the lom
_____Stratton Story Kissimmee My dear SirAs: an eild fiiendaneiformei Idows' he been, enuippcd) with) irxolv- Unity means Hucirs* of t the- Stout
,' Movement h bthe mllint..11Hnd.
8:00-Response, Harold Ward. Jr., correspondent of St. Cloud '. ing window ii'iru'ntors/ of t the samedesign (
to The pioiiiiition of the Scout standards.Leadetship .
Colony Gazette, I present to
Winter Park Pres. Orlando Dis ( as I those used in cars of much
trict. you for publication a plan for World] higher price ', it that which is pushed
Peace for consi'lei'ation and, eniloisement up, or merges from the inside of the - -
8:05-"Florida, the Banner State of The Tudor Se'lan which is now in
Dixie," Elwell McClure Orlando by I the leaders of The Ga/ette, I operation 'lis prieeil, at $;;90> at I p- Kroup; I this Is true of church community -

8:15: -Our C. E. Papers-'News,' trusting that it will be favorably re troit.SMNT. or Scout troop.
ceived. i Scouting education
'World' 'D. E., "__________ -- / on prmcipli
____..Rodman Lehman, Sanford I still have the same vision about I :' CLOt'l) TOURIST ('!.liR'' will not succeed unless, the principlesare #ledCe44'
8:30: -Offering for Convention Ex Osceola county and Floiula I had asa hoUSE: ; NEARING COMPLETION:"; unelernteod and woi ked cut according
writer to The Gazette in the years -.-- ; to Scout standards. .
8:40-Song.penses. gone by and still am the booster for The Tourist ClubHouse at the. c'tv:,' "A Good; Turn Daily" is the ("0'1' of

8:45: -Friends of Christ Campaign Flcrida and good roads I Was then nark in Saint Cloud is rapidly! nearing Scouting and applies to Scout headquarters BUCKWHEATi
11M well as for World Peace. j Don'tit : completion and nn opening is as'" much as 10 the Individual
_____.__________ _Karl Lehmann
9:15-AdJourn for Social make you as editor feel good to planned for the l first Monday in December Scout.It i
t Time. think you have always been in the The club house which will works in harmony with civic
Sunday Morninjr- front ranks up next, to the bandwagon cost between $3000 and (3500 has service and acts as a shock absorberto << THE BUCKWHEAT YOURGRHSTGRANDMOTHER t .

9:00-Quiet Hour. "The Call to Sctvi as a Florida booster and for evetything been, entirely built by volunteer labor public requests. USED .
i Ice," led by Miss Rhea Pherigo. you believed to be for the or by donation.! S. W. Porter When Scouting is understood it is Q 11 .
Kissimmee. general good of Florida ? It pleasesme chairman of the park committee, is no wonder that the community sup- .

4 9:00-Attend: Sunday School of your to know that many things I saw in charge of the building operations.The ports it with voluntary contributions.In Pancakes with the real old-tune

choice. in my mind as possibilities have real- club house will be a commo- Scouting money is necessaryand _

r 11:00: -Attend .Church of your choice. ly come to pass in Florida and I ]look dious one, with wide ten foot porches it indirectly helps the boys by buckwheat taste-light, healthful '

Convention Address at the Conven- for greater things in the future for surrounding it, where checker tables furnishing their program of activi deIicIous.'t
tion Florida. In fact have and other paraphernalia for ties. .
Church.Mr., C. F.,. Evans we just begun, games ..
4'4'v.' .'' Sunday Afternoon and I believe Florida is destined to will be at the disposal of the citizen-, 1| Like many things in life, we get "

2:30--Song Service. be the leading state id the Union and visitors' The building is. 70 by |\ no more out than we put in, and ,- : All prepared-self-raising. Ready
';.2:45: -Devotional Service: led bv Rex-, Respectfully. 70 feet, and will include a gathering |I Scouting is no exception to the rule. "-
C. A. Vincent, Winter Park; YANKEE NED. room, a' stage' kitchen, and dining,j When you contribute to Scouting ;i for the griddle in a jiffy, by, simply

2:65: -"Florida State C. E. Cenven- Honorable Committee: room and will accommodate organizations you make an investment in future adding water or milk. -

tion, Tampa. June 13-16, 1924." I and clubs with a meetIngplace. \ citizenship.
_______Mr. Frank Reed, Orlando Peace hereby for present mv plan for World It in located: between Seventh Central Florida Council has jurisdiction -
:3:00: -Florida C. E. Alumni Association your consideration as follows and Eighth streets and Ohio and In- over Hrexard, Lake, Orange,

and Student Loan Fund." Believing:) that the Religion rf Jesus diana. Osceola Seminole and Vol sla count Cream '

Robert Greene State Vicepresident. Christ The club house xtands in the cen- tics.
bv the! fully endorsed and practiced ter of the city park and the plans Orlando has been selected\ as headquarters Bu
world at large, is the
3:10: -"Florida C. E. and the Children's only fcr the park include beautiful walks because of its central loca- : ..
I plan that will ever succeed. And in lion for the entire district.In __ - Flour
Hcrne Society"______ j i order to tennis courts and croquet grounds! serving rr :
effectively this -
Miss Katherine Miller Kissimmee plan we must carry the out I as well as providing a green for these six -count'es! there is a i-m----. 1 -- i: uu.sA,1nJa

3:20: -Address, "Christian Endeavor"C. I schools of the world organize Sunday "blowing on the green" The bond poxsible membership of 4,50X7 Scout
F. Evans. Southern States I lon-stal't a peace un stand has been moved to the park with an actual registration of 428 or
., Secretary C.E. t and educate at bottcm so to speak near the corner of the building, and less than 10 per cent participating( in
j the children
3:40: -Offering for Florida C. E Un I in regardto the spacious porches of the clubhouse the Scout program of education
the evils of
; war, the blessingsof
ion. will neat a large; audience Th" This condition is mostly due to the
3:5: -Special 'Junior Program, Kissimmee Peace.I Saint Cloud band which is under thp fact that Scouting is new it being
feel there is little need of
argument less than old in
two this district
direction of years
J p. Woodbeck. has
Juniors, Miss ThetA outgrown -
for this plan. It is simple and .
Phay, Supt.1:20"AIISouth. the band stand and it m being i R. CLAY
practical I convinced after .
as am enlarged.The] It may also b,' affected by a lack of
Convention Richmond forty-four years work in the church Knowledge of the Scout of
Va., July 1924."___ ___ school. I whole enterprise is a tribute to program
and Sunday We all know today '
___Warren the co-operation and (community spirit activities, as a result of insufficient
Ingram Winter Park
that the Christian
church the
4:30 Election: of Officers\ is o( the city the grounds having funds to carry forward this movement and
: Reportof Machine
greatest power in the world for !good, at a more rapid Garage Shop '
been pace.On
cleaved' anmost l of the impiovements
Committee on Time and Place. /
and the Sunday school Is the church'slargest ; aside from the club the first day of OctQber, there
4:40-Adjourn.: asset in fact one of the biggest were registered at Scout headquarters ,, '
Cc.nference of old and new district assets in the world today for house itself, having been accomplished 14 trooplnumbering 241 Scouts. ---m- --
officers state officers\ and visiting on Thursday afternoons during
.r good. the Today, we have 24 troops and 42R SUCCESSOR TO CLA Y &: THOMAS \
Hummer closing peiioil. when allcitiz.nM
workers District plans I feel so' confident in the success Scouts registered. This substantial -" 1 j,
and work. of this plan that I have> put whe..l"und..r gathered there antI workt'together. {* increase the past few weeks is the

6:30-A: Trio Meeting: it and started it to work with answer to the big idea of a few c-cn- Fanning Machinery,
Leaders Harold Ward Jr, Pres - -- '
I : a pl'djt'an/ ,! plan of organization for erous friends, over the district who

ident. World Sunday Schools. A GROCKK'S REAM were determined, that Sccutng must Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt
Ewell McClure! Vice-president! ,
l u aim ary live. und it meanf the peace and happiness
Mrs. R. C. Maxwell, Secretary. The] ,,},OVI' plan should) be1 eonsuleied Last eviiung/ I was talking: of future generations through!
Speakeis-, I I. "What is the Quiet I With a grocer( aged: and gray. the
foundation which build building of character
i_ as on to and the
Mrs.Hour R." C Maxwell world peacefind includes the Golden Who I think told me'twas of "hriRtnms a dream he had, t training boys for eiti/enship BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF :CARS "

% I Rule] *, which' says: Do unto others as Pay Men, women, of our .community
"Why I Believe in the Quiet Hour'I. While snoozing: in his i.fficeThe
you would have them do unto vou: put ourshoulders to the ..
1. "is Gertrude WardVint"r and i if followed bv, all nations thi_>icn } vision came to view put Scouting across in a way

Park. I "vt-r could' he. anv war. : Pei, he saw an angel enter. which will make us all proud of our

. 0. ]Miss Elsa IlenHchen, Oakland. I In oiilei' to ('n'rr out t th" aheitilun \," I pies-el' I in gainvnti white. oodl1'w. boys, and let us serve the Scout movement I -.1(
:3. Miss Annie Campbell Winter Said the angel: "I'm from Heaven/ '
it will lie ,necessary for each as cheerfully as the Scouts opened her home to Mrs. Sniff and
t Park. of the The Lord 1 just se>nt me down the I I
Sunday s< hool world to or- servo community. her two harming daughter*, The
II. "What is the Tenth region erani/e.. ele'ct president, secretary, Ti bing\ ; you up tr glory ,-Let's, do our "Daily Good Turn" expression was heard on all ,Hide, that 1''
( Ewell McClure. CITY
t tt: easnrer, and any other. (fficers nee And I put on your ifolrien crown ; *!..[(j/r the sake of our future ,citizen" the fire was a most successful) ;
Why I Believe in the Tenth Legion" You'hI'n friend to I
I >
4 e hary to carry i ut a S W'RMfull peai'elampaiern a every one who are now :-The Itoy Scouts of lit must have cost at least $ ,,( l'V""l.j
1. Miss Gayle Marshal Sanford. I the .. And) winked haul nitrhl, and day; '
; \Peace Union to' !I. America. London f'ost.MKI.HOrU.NK.
:2?. Miss Kathryn Sims Ocoee. Y on have sunpotted> many thousands> fARKET!
non-sC'.tlll' MEA
and'] each organizationa ----- T
:3. Miss Medora Russell Kissimmee. I
from few rceineil
your pay
part its own church It i is also :I $23,000; FIRE WRITTEN UP REACH IS
lIh'i"l'd to procure suitable. pledge So we want you up ill gloiy., IN TRUE; SOCIETY FORMA ( FORMING CHAPTER OF 1) A. H. _
III. "What is the Pocket Testament
cards nnd badges for each member, you have labored' hard .
League?" but this part is left optional with Anthe| good Lord is preparing( ; fire occurred an in English pro --- Fresh Mea.t and

Harold Ward, Jr. ouch oiganizationItilicvmir Your eternal just leward." vincial town and occasioned much excitement. A new chanter: of the D. A. R. is !
"Why I Believe in the Pocket Testament : Then the giocer and the angel No member of his regular being formed at Melbourne Deach.
that the Religion of Jesus Any woman who is interested and of
4 League" Started up to glory's: gate staff of reporters being available at
1. W. H. Shnltz Winter Park. hvXthe rhti! -t, fully endorsed and practiced But when passing close! to Hades') ; the time, the news editor of the local Revolutionary ancestry should communicate I

2. Mrs. Harry Kent, Sanford. world III t large, is the only The angel murmured, "Wait! paper sent the newly engaged society with the organization Regent Y
4 ,S. Harry Phay, Kissimmee.( thin? that will ever bring world I have a place to show you-- editor to investigate the matter and : Mrs. T. S. O'Conner, Melbourne 44 )
Ie"ct' we, the _American Sunday Beach -f"4orida.
Mizpah. It's the ,
c School Peace Union of Crystal place in II- ;, report. The following description was ,
:: Sunday Evening Where the ones that never paid you handed into the office some hours
Springs Pasco County Florida. request "
In torment always dwell. later
I : Miss .Edith's Fiance.
, Closing Session the endorsement and '
tion of the Sunday Schools co-opera-of the And behold! the) grocersaw there "A brilliant fire was held yesterday "Eliza," said a friend of the family CARD. OF THANKS F' .
,,730-80n Service. His old customers by the afternoon at the house the
score of Mr. and to old colored washerwoman, ---j
I :7:45.: -Devotional Service______ pledgeS whole world of J. undersigned And grabbing up a chair and fan, I I Mrs. Sniff, who had recently had her "have you seen Miss Edith's fiance?" We wish \o. express, our lies

_Rev W. If. Dresch Kisiimmeo lie wished for nothing more, I number of persons were present. Eliza pondered for a moment then thanks? and deep appreciation% tSrieighbons .

8:00Report:: of Resolution Commit American Sunday. School: ] Peace But was bound to-sit and watch them I Mrs. Niff, who had recently had' her bent over the laundry tubs once more. friends,. . b., : U'Cbursth

3 l\\ tee. Union, "United we stand, divided wefall. A* tbey'd'.iiale. !Jinge '*nd burn '. hair'bobbed, made a charming escapein "No>ma'am,":she.''said;. "it ain't been : ed&wlck' Circle andT
: '8:10: Ottering for Florida t ,'Sta. e"- C.I .. ." Realizing,the horrors of war" And his eyes would rest on debtor, '.: pretty silk;\ blouse; 'a. pattern of in 'the'wash yet." ,Sisters ,fog ,the beautiful\ flowerS ,
:.1:." :EUnlon.; : snd its curse to the haman race,' we. Whichever'way: they'd" turn.1 '' tvhfch appeared ,on- oar woman's page .dt ,7."Yes 7. ,- I the man acts .ikimmeas shq4durIng !

$8lfr-wAddre! _. ..........C.I ,. Evans i the Undersigned;people! 'of' the United Sald.tJae\anceh "Come' on.rgtocerj' last 'weelfi Tht, firemen'\ 'were becom '> w.;have. .'no "bananas'today," the ,Ulnell".ndl t death, '",,1

; 't... .' 'r* 8:*...S. .-"Address. ,.. "..,..1i l"The&11 to 'Service* States, 'band: ourselves together to 'I .There's the', pearly gates. to lee." garbed'in blue;full' cut i tunics': hasconvinced; .Slim .'SlokuM thatch; ,dear' mother, and .wifeMR. -,-, "6!: ,
; "' .:..l-: :. ""' ::il. }Carl Lehmannt use our'Inftuel1Cf1. .,'by,' word and ex But theVroeer'onhr: muttered The' weather'wa.-quct;, delightful !, :' Followed brTonseeyationSer',1c.i ample' 'against _.war--In.! any form I ''"Thisis' heaven'enough 'for'' ani'atTaitot' thlr.' ltJ' .. %
W" .... .'' '.. -. roe. : kind.i.\ Because 'of we.ihall all. ,be crajy, was rfjTyV. ) 'after '.., , ANP.MBFamilv ? '.
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Sale Starts Promptly 10 a. m. Next Monday. November 26th 'If/i/:

We urge our patrons to take advantage of this remarkable sale of high-grade Aluminum Ware. Never have we been able to offer tk

you guaranteed ware of this quality at such low'prices.' Indications point to higher prices oil Aluminum Ware in the near future,

. and housewives well to replenish kitchens during this sale. ,

No Telephones or Mail Orders No C. O. D.s No Pieces Reserved No Deliveries I t


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FLASHES OF FLORIDA FACTSBy car, allowing for a half million boxes at the rate of about one two-horse i i pearlng- on the fruit and these re ..000..0.00000000000.000..0..0..... ... . ....
I for the less than carloads the total wagon load to 100 square yards. In ports are accompanied by complaints : i
( Moses Folsom] ) tonnage of the crop equalled 051,434- addition to this the, area should re- I that the fruit frequently reaches :
From a recent investigation it was 800 pounds, or in round figures, near- 1 ceive from 50 to 100 pounds of a complete I(I market in a decayed condition. Appeals KISSIMMEE BATTE'RY'CO.
found that during the last five year ly 1.000 million pounds. This gives fertilizer containing from 4 to : have been made to the plant .j fl
over 62,000 new laws were enacted in an idea of the magnitude of the citrus 6 percent of nitrogen, from 6 to 8'' disease specialists of the Florida experiment -
this country besides 65,000 court decisions fruit industry, now growing with percent of phosphoric acid and from station for help in avoiding f r '1.1
were piled up based on the leaps and bounds in our state., Population 4 to 6 percent of potash., J I this trouble.. 0., F.4 Burger, plant
new laws and old' ones What legal is constantly Increasing and I I The soil should be broken to a depth+pathologist, says that the trouble is 14 DARLINGTON; AVE. {
authority abreast of 'this there can be no over-supply while ''of from four to six inches and have caused by nothing' more or ]less than .. ,I"
:1 flood of legislation Anent this subject ] ; ::....; .:
(here is a human being in the coun- I the mixture well mixed with it a week 1 carelessness."The .
)"' :' Ed. Howe the Kansas editor, try who does not' get what he should ;or ten days before planting. 'The fer. green spots on the artificially . : '' .". "1'V"j. : /, '"
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,. who has a winter home in Florida, have-plenty of a most healthful and ;.tiliier should be applied either broadcast : colored fruit are caused by the oil 4"J" PHONE, 135." "'" :, 1Iit-: '' :I':',
says: "When we eat too much we delicious fruit. Citrus fruits are of in drills and raked in or cov- .1 that escapes from ruptured cells in ,,,,\ "W
E'Xllect'a tablet to supply a remedy. grown commercially on a large scalein ered the peel] of the orange that has been '.
When there is a public wrong, we expect only two states;and in Florida over { If the pants are caught by a cold handled roughly," Dr. Burger de-
a law to supply a remedy. The R larger area than anywhere else and injured but not killed give a side clares. "The only thing thatcan be SPECIALISTS, IN STORAGE BATTERIES i
tablet can't do it, and the law can't. in this country.The dressing of nitrate of soda applying recommended is careful picking, M 1
We can always buy tablets as we can I, about three pounds to a row 300 feet handling and packing. Do this and, EXPERT REPAIRS ON GENJRATORS: START
always pass laws but they are not new )Florida Game and Fish long. 'I the entire fruit should yellcrw when . '
remedies. The only remedy is for all Protective Association has a good i The Winter Flowering Spencei applied to the coloring process. If ING l\tOTORSGNITION SYSTEMS AND ,ALL I
of us to behave a little better. If one work before it in conserving wild group is best suited to the climate of bruised the oil prevents the surrounding :
man is careful of his stomach and bird and animal Me and fresh water 1lorida. The Christmas Flowering'.' tissue to color." \ MAKES OF .
his health, but he can do nothing for fish now being ruthlessly wasted. The blooms more quickly, but bear smaller 1- : Young fruit'is more likely to be injured BATTERIES
the glutton who depends on tablets. idea in connection with it was long flowers with shorter stems und and therefore colored in this
Nor can the man who saves his mon- ago expressed by John Ruskin: "God are, therefore', not so desirable. way than is older fruit because the o064 ey and works hard do enough to satisfy has lent us the earth for our ]life. ]It L If the Winter Flowering Spencers peel is then tender and the oil cells --. -. t
I the idle men who depend on the is a great entail. It belongs: as muchto arp planted in September some bloom are easier to rupture. The same thing 1 - '- '- I
law to render them prosperous. I those who are to come after us will be secured by Christmas; if in is true in the case of rainy weather, H
] that when I am cut the will begin blooming according to the obseivations of -
sincerely regret as to us, and we have no right by October plants nne-
of condition I cannot be made well anything we do or neglect to involve in January. These are the best cialists and county agents in the field. SADDLEKICKAN
by a tablet. I regret also that what them in .any unnecessary penalties otto 'months to plant though this may be i Injured spots caused either by
ever is wrong may not easily be made deprive them of the benefit which : done early in November with fairly rough handling or by clipper cuts and

right; by the adoption of a .human was in our power to bequeath. This good results. :i bruises-arc points where fungus can IDEAL GIFT .i
statute but since I know these remedies applies not only to animal life but to | The seed should be planted from enter. And it is in this way that row BOY on Cash ,t '
waste ( three four Inches It is best much of the losses from blue-mould Bailor than a Illi'rU far
shall to
will not work I not trees and all useful forms of plant deep. I I _lttff children Haw MflO- J L37"i. Aga 7 '
either time or money on (hem." 1 life." I to dig a trench the dc'sired depth decay in transit are caused.:! There, brh air wtirU roller t.arniMtor ,:
I I drop the seed About two inches apart. fore handling the fruit carefully andpreventing Iu1. ..euMIJ.Hit*Midi!,Crann Bld.nunl ;i ??

Gen GM. West of the Panama | The U. S. census of 1920 shows 2582 ,- : and cover two inches deep, leavingthe clipper injury are advisable Irl w/uwr.*. City Pilot who gives his leaders establishments in Florida having remainder of the soil in n ridgf for two reasons; first that the .to I I 7-art
moat interenting notes on nature 175,000 employee, with lumber anilItimber bl.idthe, It ('n..h. As, the seedlings fruit may color uniformly and present FREEFlnnhaNlCx
topics, says that "One of the pleasures ( products being first, followed begin to come up. work this, soil over u pleasing effect on the market; ...rf..
of autoing is getting/' better uc- I in turn by naval stores, tobacco and them gradually till the ground is : second, that the fruit may be protected NI m ,aNPw+M YJ..MN"i 1
quninted with vegetation and wild an- I cigars printing, baking products and level.! The plants come up mote 1 against decay. I Prop U PJ 1 nr X11 INh N L If I/AIY?nl will IhC" annual record -
imal' life" with no reference however I''mineral and soda water factories, quickly and grow faster by this treat I Carelessness in picking and packing (A0.llx.l.i'. 0rlrr,11NNa HOW i.r If \
to the wild animal life in the Cities leach with above 100 concerns, with ment. fruit may cause losses as great HiJ writ lur mil CMipm r \ of fire loss averages ;
in the form of car drivers! who fifty or more different kinds of industries ( The trench method so often recommended as many of the more common diseases ADVANCE: MFC. co. I nP
disregard lie that of is not necessary in Florida and inset t (enemies in the opinionof
traffic rules says making a grout variety O2 Srreet Si. LXHUJ. Me.Bundles I
"Oppdoums( are plentiful this fall. products. These used during; the ccn- I soils though it may be used if mecares Dr. Hurger It seems particularly I 104. Hospitalstotally
They are lumbering In their gait, and sus year $92,680.224 worth of raw to go to the additional expense unfortunate, ho says that a crop that .. -
ran usually be readily captured. They material and added by .manufacture and labor required.I has already been made should be subjected destroyedPublic J
*'... excessively fond of persimmons $120,( 4 .5R7. making a grand total I I Plants should? be cultivated regu- ( to such wasteful practices. of old paper" are for sate
and 1 grapes and) very destructive to of $213,320,811. Twenty years ago 'Ilarly! every week or ten days stir. I 'at the office of The Gazette; 10=. interest demands 4. t
young chickens." He then gives avery the census showed the total of all ,I ring the soil to a depth of from one ORDER YOUR COPIES Better get them while there Is a stock. such valuable institutions shouldbe that
to two inches. When plants are about
instructive account of butterflies manufacture a little over $-r>0- two inches high thin to four inches i OF "CO OPERATIVE Call at once; they'll never be cheaper. insured against loss by fire. (
common along the Gulf coast This is evidence that Flor-
000,000. It
If a' stand has not been ... is also essential that only
in many beautiful forms and colors, ida while considered mainly in connection apart. BOOSTER NUMBER"NOW the best insurance-sure insur-
and tells of their long migrating of citrus secured, those from thick places may
with the production
should] be .
ance purchased. Askus
trips! sailors noting them far out over fruits and vegetables halt great di- be transplanted to thin places, thus :
about Hartford
the spacing uniform. WARD OFF HEAVY a Policy. ;M
the Gulf on their way south and versity. One establishment making -- - J
that "butterfly collecting forms one house. machinery' is the largestthe ,, Light two-inch mesh poultry wire When the co-operative booster issue I Insurance Facts
of ''the pleasures of a winter outing t I I five' feet high, makes a satisfactory of The Kissimmee Valley Gazetteis a, y
nn St. Andrews Bay. Many books world. -- trellis. Brush of young bushes or completed and ready for distribution COUGHS AND COLDS 1..... ... mo mrrrrtm ....... the
he says, "have been written on the GROWING SWEET I I. ends of limbs of trees also may be it will contain much matter of tiamlmriut of nlork are iMiiiraaee ;Ll
numerous varieties of butterflies PEAS IN FLORIDA'' used with good results. I interest pertaining to Osceola coun- your blood and build up ............ ,
At leant once a week during dry PURIFY with Gude's PeptOi:
found in this country. I ty and i will be so attractively
I growing of sweet peas is at weather the ground should be sprin- j pictured with scenes from actual life It will fortify you DCall on this agency
A. P Anthony president of the trncThe the attention of many Florida kled with water till it is thoroughlywet. that you will undoubtedly want to against colds; it will help you puton ,:
Florida State Fair Association ii enthusiastic people. Request! foif information Sweet peas require a large mail extra copies to friends and flesh. Don't wait until a heavy
over prospects for the coming 'i along this line reach the state's almost college all- amount of water in order td yield the acquaintances everywhere.your In a word, cold take gets Gude's its grip now.on; druggist begin to; CARSON FARMER : lN
fair. More features will be of agriculture from Unrest returns. will be proud to point to Osceola _
new within its borders and Watch for ,red spiders and plantlice. you I has It; in liquid and tablet form. ;
I: communities permanent home.
added to its usefulness, and more county as your
counties will t,Ve part with exhibits I''in ever increasing numbers. This Dust the spiders with sulphurand Bat in order to make certain of Free Trial Tablets SiSvmlm r"'BU"'ir: "The Insurance Man" _
while entertainment I shows that more and more people are spray the lice with tobacco ex- taining such copies as you mays of ude'J P.pto-Masgao, write today* . .'t'
,( the'general pro-I( interested in producing tract. with a fine mist of : ob-I for >*ti.ra M Trial. t>aeks*of Ttblrta. Send "...!". ., \ .
] becoming Spraying sire it will be wise to place your
; gram vrill be one of unusual and dttr Dti.sllire qs
; 1 both for the to no mon.7 jiut to' : Over Rotor*.*** f
'.1 I lence. ", The live Block exhibit promises flower of thi. kind water with good pressure helps der 'in' advance. The price will be M. J. Urttuahock c:6i. .. n Bt, M. *. '.DH ... .
from 'H.- T'i.
to be derived their, ale keep both of these Insect down.-W. Each Dr.sJ -- , yy .
r to be' the beat' ever. Altogether money cents per copy. copy you .J r'" f'.i '4 '.h 1
it will be a .real fair. Make your ar-: and from+the satisfaction and pleasure L*. Floyd Professor of Horticulture. will take in word and picture the en- G.u.u.e; ., . -. ... ". . ../'},:Jo:'
,date in to be found in graving them. University of Florida. tire community., ,\ . ,or. .,.. ... ., '. '" .. .\. 'I
t"fn,4 has abundance of sandyidjll ...... ', ..' .. Jj.t
; Mr. .Anthony's Florida. an '" . > "
'ambition ,has always., bat mach soil Is not the best type GREEN' SPOTS ON' CTTBUS JUirtua s "An'.wbo'ia': ypat'j'Sambo '.p 0CU.: ...g arL. -, l. !
tor tweet:'pems. "Howtrrer. 'it1" .."tCAUSED'BYCARELESSNESSJ', Ah isBettaktbe' .- lla'r: mall'rbe tsti tba to g"frlendi
belpp'ioridaregrlenlhire.t'" Ris wellmappl.d 4 : :;. "N ah. mba who :r R' "! '. .. ."ypar. /
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fruit ',,1 boat. > "
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prefer"ably' ,$ .
Jhe.-elmu ?th""WJpment ', f 1 1i rt01"o $ withi!,organic .: ; ' ' tn'tbs norh..i j, to "z
'. ; ratable manor. reporting'that 4t'een'napobareap-: ,: I!' .:F ; I? I. -. ,, ,
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 1 COMMENTS HERE A4D THERE! ?{ .Pow.I corner' Vine and Main, F. B.31 ,

Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp. I S

--- THB- SCISSIMMEH. BUBLJ8HBD: Y-ALL.BT BY GAZETTE Mothers Club J. FOR nlhd.RENT--TWOcomfortably bath I-room and apartment modern convenience with ifur-private . The Wild B.e@sts'' :

SJVBRT1 'FRIDAYKISSIlIM.BE. At Mrs. G. W. Best's home on Verona I W. B. Harris Oaiette

- : FLORIDA. street Friday afternoon, the I

V -i .-... Mothers' dub,began Its meeting ina WANTED. ,

W. D. HARRIS __ ___,..'...Pre.ldentE. manner which baa become a cus ,I
;::. '(L.' VANS AGNEW! .,_.,__Secretary. WANTED--Man or woman desiring r '
ALLISON 1. yKENCH.BidltorSVBHCRIFTION: tom-that is-the reading ot' Mary larger Income to sell Watkins Products I
Stewart's Collect which is as follows: In Klimm A few god op- ,'"
RATE oh Qpd from pettiness, mine In oth.r nearby cltlea Wat-
On Copy. On. Year-_......_..__$J.OO Keep us. kin* Product. are well known easy
On. Copy Blx: Month._?____.._ 1.00 let us be large in thought, in word,, FOR SALE to *,11. needed In every home, and 'wild beasts of
On. Copy. Three Month___.._.....' ,'0 in deed. with a record of ,over SO year of THE poverty, .
Let us be done with faultfindingand highest quality back of them. Live 1\

(Ent.rdt. Florida the a. poctoffloe Bcond-cla at. matter.Kllmtnee. -) leave off aelf-seeking. MAKE ME. AN OFFERMUST and wire ample make big given money yoU) Investigate Many aid unemployment and loss are ;

May we put away all pretense. and SELL (or mortlfa".J within live at once Write today. S. R. 'Watkln
All communication except: from authorised meet each other face to facewithout dar* 4t acre .n In atate.mile C Co.. Dept, '...-' Memphl Tenn. always howling in.the jungle ,
correspondent must be alen-l from Kilmmee. I mile frombrick
and without
_ _ ed by the writer. self-pity prejudice highway on good hard road. mcr
_ Rejected matter will be returned If May we never be hasty in judg- CommIssiOners have passed bill to NOTfCHBTATH fringe of life. The -way to be .
M called for. ment and always generous I put Rood road through c.nt.* of OP, FLORIDA. COUNTY OFO8CEOL.A
I Let. us take time for all things, place to b. paved later.) It acre S safe from them is to have '

U U-F....... Adv.rti.ine R.-pr._ .Uv.THEAMERICAN I make us to grow calm irene, gentle. I bearing balance grove, fenced fenced In with with barbed woven To all creditor. of CJ. M. Taylor KUImmee a savings ... .
PRESS ASSOCIATION ( Kla., and all whom It may Iii
[ Teach us to put into action our wire). soo tree bearing, 40 pei concern..' account of y'"ur Then
better impulses, straightforward, and cent grapefruit, 50 per cent late You are hereby notified that (I. M own. S

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1923 unafraid. Valencia 1000 boxes, 10 print per cent fruit, eedllng ready to Taylor ef the City of Klcitmrnre did their nv
on the 16th day of November, 1918. you can laugh at
Grant that we may realize it is the pick will bring IJ.600; (the late make an assignment to the Adjust-
little things that create differences, Valencia win bring from ".00 to ment llureau. Tampa Association of

ADDRESSED TO MERCHANTS that in the big things of life we arc 15.00 per box). 16 tangerine kind. tree of. Credit Men. Inc., for the benefit of
H tree, \t different .
pear orvdltoc, and all creditor of sn.ld U.
at one. fruit on place. Large 4 room house M. Taylor are hereby called upon to I 1// 2DB
If a store's total daily receipts are And may we striveto! touch and to (with pump on porch) large srrapc. file .sworn iitntementn. of their claim ,
lOa ten dollars of that amcunt know the great, common woman's arbor (deep well under arbor) Ji4 against. said O. M. Taylor with mild
$ ,
_ advertising heart of us all, and oh. Lord God, let acres (food land. timber.dl'l 9 atPar goodtruck 1 Adjustment! Hureau Tampa; "*.oMa- so
_ _ should be spent for newspaper 2 lion of Credit: Men within sixty days
:. us not forget to be kind. twelve hundred pound western mare from Friday, November 23rd. 1923. If Merchants and Farmers BankOF
Frequently a merchant asks him- Then followed\ an hour of enthusiastic (perfectly ircntle) 1 top carriage. 1wiiiron. creditors reside within the 8tnti>' and L
1 plow
of harn.-ss.
3 c-Hr ,
If creditors reside beyond the State. .
_ self: What proportion of my f store'sgross and pleasurable comment as to plenty tools and machinery to work I then claims. mus( he filed w Ithln four S
receipts should be set aside for suggestions and requests along work- plncp tilth. I' l). Flux 111, KlHulmime. mnnthp from said dnto.ADJUSTVKNT .
newspaper advertising? able lines sent out from the state fed- Florida. b0Itx1"Oit HURRA IT. TAMPA KISSIMMEE Y
eration. Since the club's one specific ASSOCIATION OF CRKDIT MKN. Inc f
The given the most successful tourlnw 6
answer by SAI K:--Chevrolet car. ,
50-4t S. It. Owen, MnnuKTlrGIRLS
merchants\ in the world places interest is child welfare\ the statement tooth, cultlviitor\ ; fi olilckfn brooder I -- -" ftP

the amount at 10 per cent of the of Dr. Turck, our state health V. B. How. Vino ..n,' M.iln., \ x .
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officer, that nearly two hundred .tjiou- -- -
store's receipts.This FOR -IAUK-l-"urnlahed or 11l1furnll.I".1 BASKETBAll ,r' ,-: N
is the minimum. To f spend sand children in Florida are suffering five room iii-w bungalow : every con I .
less fhan/\ that proportion i is: to place 'i from hookworm and that the surveyin v(.r 11.l -"ico Must b.. pt ,.n to be nppreclntctl I - S -S ...::
wirlt I MabhvtKanil '
t the store in the Danger Zone. To ,: various bectious show from twen II.-riuuilo., Terms I" to 1) ( oh'. 4 8-I GETS UNDER WAY (' ft It.

spend more of- and competition, under some a great circumstances -I ty-five to as fifty infected per, the cent message of scho1children received I "OU H\.K- --
I a list'ning'ar, and u lesOlve: ntnrv' In, Ick nil" nor" luilldliiK ulthl2lloiini I
_ deal more-is to fight your "Battle) I hold In opoiiiiliin.; .Ktnro, nnninln Tonijfhl's Game CancelledLast
that bestir ourselves in UK interest
for Business" like a wise tactician. I we \ floor tlnlnir Bo, "nl 'luisln.BH.; Tot y.j'
The little store i is not exempt from of a public health nurse. 7S l hy )130; From the ; ; doln Kiiinl )>llBlil''NK\ I
I tate chairman of
the rule. And it is safe to !say that Treaxurer KiRnimmce Chapter,
for Florida Ml's.V.. B. IJIitt1r-1 0 ret claKH I In cvei''\' parllc-nlnr\ beet From Winter ParkThe
the "little store" which adheres to lacy locution In tuwn. Sc J :lI<'I'hn'I' rK American Red Cross: .

it will not remain a little store fov fact comes that the the shocking United nnd States humiliating occupies! l"Htiniii' _''f_, .___ _ __ 47-tf',__u You can count} on me to help get the Red Cross Pubiic Health }I'ti.

very long.In tenth in the 'F.RI.IO' : (CO"" n<"ni K<"1 iri n"r. .ntnlliu ,I IH, -I'lhl\1I\ 'I1""n luomi on (ho N'uise to the kiddies fair chance.
place jive
illiteracy u
fij'uringtt'n per cent for advertising -!I among I < l< I i ml,,,I ",'ar :SI Cloud. I'V.r nnlI, IM -t.ipri': now that the t finishing touches,
I- the merchant should not include nations of 1 Ihe world. Nearly [,tt-( 'Hjr.iixi, '' p<-r noio' "'"It"' S l II WIIlliniH ;iro [bomi put to the foot\null' schedule. Knclosed 1 tlndu' 'h' for which you will please enroll mens "
000 tfI
I men and women in this countrvhave \\.inrliul.i, I'linlilii -
I in that appropriation anythingbut confessed I Iitthey can Jwitlw'I'rent - - --- - The Rills! of Otn.ola High were u member of the Red i Cross. I will send you $_.___ ____ -on the 11
$ pewspaper advertising; and hi- :I ', I i- Kit S M.iKlni: I'.roa.lwnv\ piop.rlvloiitiliiinu to po to Winter Park tonight to( meet tenth of month for the next 'ear
wnte. hence inked every making total
should confine that to me-liums/ of undisputed I nor we are I, 1 1.10111"t with t I I fviinitur.I..IIKI I I the Winter Park I Hit'h I School, in their my subscription -
to assume a "bare- f n'"ponsibiJity, "!I.'< |.lllC pi il ill Moil' 111 .l.o-. I $_ ____ _ It is understood: that all!! hut the first bOc of thissubscription "
value him.; The the
to temptation lint late lust night
] in conditions, ,it-lativo tc Florida and '. 1'I'L 'tl'l 1,1",1"l v fiolll |H>Htoftl' I- hrft ,c-nnio :
to waste money comes to t111'mer'hnl1t ri-." Inu- \\11 fruit" [flow.. .t." nn.Irliaili J"lInJ:1": cnnflled h'Vint..r Puik. will bo applied to of the public Health Nurse 11
i join in tht} "No lllitoi, "i .\' i iI It" '', :.IIII''d-( ', .Jo't tMIS
; local
and d work.
just as surely as it (OIv't : :llal' '.al'; Stanford :Miss! :11'1(1''
the United : I t tI'I
E I St.ites in 11110. wnv. Ts "- .1,1" '. liirlil.i 42-llv
to every man or woman. !Some I1W'- :Makmsmi antI Mist I'ercie Oliver I ,.
I From Miss I i Skinner the appeal w.i1-
_ chants must ]loam for thi'tnsi-lves thai \ !: '- \lt-l rut, I- -1-1 I "o. >1""fl.rI' have ln-en' devoting as niuili time as
1_______ an unfixed ant froe-handed, pohcv! in noted ato, I thineed! , for sliue Miivey I \.ph, ..1q"I t fl,,,, .f "I I 1"M., V ill-*.I v poRKihlt I to I tho coaching. of t the firKduring Name. . _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _. _ __ _ P
ofchoo] i tt'|ii.;riMnent ', I Ihe 'tir\iv Mt.fl; F. n,"i I l'
advertising is cost]-whil. pomeu' ,- --- I the t tnrp Unit (Coach) Il uvt''l
to he followed by a 'report to the stateI --- - -- -- -- --

cept .the expeiiences cf others. I legislature, on ]legal I n forll1', < a.i. roil S.\I.I 1C n.iuitii., pl-mt' l.nly flninr, hn. l h.n busy wilh the' griti' ron warrior I _ ,'td.lress------------ __ __ ____ ____ ____ __ __ __ __ _ R
But you do( not know oneI'cci'ssf: 1 \ u ,11 11. !.> i Ills. f.i; ,li \\ H\ Mm l'ISI i *. anti the prutiri! I last night I P)
advertiser who -cntter hi 'needid( as many cf the !awIItr..t'n'' ': , 'Lt' ill 'II "I'll- !NOTE: : In case you have already joined the Red Cross this
approp, ', , ,, ,,., ,.."I. ilnated (nllt I f"1 \\ year
sihools() :&J'(' !mid to I bo :i'iti' lJ:II"| "l. ; I I"I \ \\I 1.""I i' 'I" i I""! i'1-1
nation promiscuously. JI(' coinentrates 'I| ", 1 ' '. d itt. ( .tii," 44-TI' tivt' a (rood account of .. ; '! your 1 totul additional sulT;''ri iption will be applied to local work. }Kill
I roani '
rs. Percy V. I't'nnyht'I _ __ > __ ____ J
I it on thnewspaper medium | chairman, nitioiuil woman'" ,toiiiinit, .' t"'T ,t..h.,1 I \,lo-t of ]In-t yent's I ,girls! team in and mail this /coupon to Mr. Katz treasurer; Mr. J. M.Willson, I'N
"It sIi.; I I-.t r
which carries the me"ainto/ the .. .. ...... , out again this year. AH this in being I
tee on Near East relief tomes the I 1,9: .i N;" 'J 1 "I' ('ii Ts. IIe.ttIS chapter chairman.; :Mis. Howard Anderson, Volunteer Work Chairman -
homes of his and into tli- .. written the line for lomjjrht'.s !
patrons, that , " I: ft'I Th :.11".I.- .fn I up gatni.hits
appeal everywhere, which me or Allison T, French: Roll Cull Chairman.
_ homeR cf those who ought to lie h.spatrons. - -- --.- ----- not been' definitelv\ determined\
Kissimmee, too, December 2. itl2! : !, I I'.J< K SAI..K; Six oom i,0u8fl''\ r "
_ _ ohc.rn'd-the International Ijld- !H'I ,U, oCt 111'\l* "I t \<-'l't I 1'V OW M.T MS upon] but it will probably include' + 1
And he does not "stint." He >s far 11)1' Rule \\ Inter, l.
mOre apt to exceed the ten per cent would Sunday--\Vhatsoe'er jo 11..2, Hi.i-j'l.u, .CS, 4 ....Imn.a. Htn \ I year. Those who have been trying I -. -
that others should -----
limit do unto you i ooni 'JNx!! 1 4 ft, ot hfr i-toots, III --- ,
than fall short it.
of for forward
-Tampa out the positions are | 1"
(or unto your children, if ]left de o- jirojHM tIon m runlM. tollctn notn | 1;'<00- ++ +.+.+..,4..+ 4 QooOoo "O"O" -. : .. .
_ _ Tribune. olate) do even So unto them." for mi"'iikt*. 4 full ho.ii, ln ""HHK>. i itn Mary Kritz, Elizabeth Moseley, Irene I]' < + $ :+ )+++ ++.+++I ''I-
! yc vt-, I "..",wfrull. !U-<|K.>. lIow."I., ( : Spence, Dorothy Bullock, Sallie Ijed- t
WHO GETS YOUR DOLLAR? Cur=oiy mention was made of these \ in. ". itt\\11,, iilkH I Hhiul.trcfff, piazzas I Ii and Steffee.! Running
r- various appeals and the local plans < n tur, ,. stdlargi'' : Hle'piim. I Intttiati better, Mary
4 were discussed. It was decided that: tt I on Oixlo' Itl..hwla! porrh'l i iT renter has the following candidatesfor I Why Take Chance ii.
All of us are obliged to spend more the customary box be sent lo Marcus >nv"-"l .11'-1, on, con,," lot 611x90.I''Mst4bi'It berths: Edith McLean, Eunice a \ ,
I at m<''' I'rice $42i 0.
Mae Winn and Evelyn Styles.
Rivers ,
or leas money, according to our respective Fngg on Thanksgiving, and that ou. Ti'iinnVi. I He t'liiipman. id-ul i- Yo
school lunch room be KlMHiiiimct.. Kla. G04tr Jumping center i is being tried for by ,
: ability to be able to live anJ not forgotten V
When You Can
Katherine Mose) Delia LeJbetter |
-- -- --- ---- ey, Buy aMICMtiN
as to some confection at Tlnnksgiving -
enjoy life. To many'of us this is apainfulfact | 511 Hl'YH KlHHlninice home on KlriclHv and Jeanetto Griffin. There lire more V
time. Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, Mrs .
avenue block off M.ibliette. S4
r--1 but one from which there A. E. Owen. Mrs, Lander, Mrs. Wal lots Karauri* and good| little 3-room candidates for guard than any other

is no escape. But since we must ter. Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Denning house, 2 rjorrtien. large RrnppvlneImnnruiM. position, and the girls trying out for 0
uinriKeH, Hvoi-udo puuriv.. and this position include: Vivian Floyd,
spend, iemay be given us to choose were appointed: to serve on these af other fruit anti Hhiubbery. all In
where and to whom we shall give our fairs. The "box for Jacksonville will ,Kuod condition. Owner: Hox 142. Mary Sanderson, Madge, Rivers. I
Longwood Kla., G0-4t Ledbetter Ina Phay, Hilda Barber; ,
be -
packed.Manday Mrs. J. E. Lup-
:,", : :'; i1'; '; ,' ,:, .
money.'; ,j, y.x'H l to- spend it.whcrO TOUH1HT8 UTUNlTYf-Tou ran ning and Jeanette Squires. ,
Weamay;tenable n'ltlbe' delivered time. ,' \\ I
on ,'J 'to buv; foi ty scream theJrish j potato ,

,it',.mlbe, i returnedatjebsQn) part sljpn 'J December' the, gchool \lunchroom It 4 IJI'IL VlA-'putnam ,' .:ountyktl"Iorid.44a4! ; ,. ,4"i'I"'r." "'" ,
.' ' 1 r \'iflerV'at'r"\"I40 down (r gives! 4,you "1. ." ," -- - - __ ._ _
through the business Wfl, 'selvos'dI ;), will cntcitain) as luncheon pOHHfHHfon of land. Then $10 per ." ;,1 L-' .- - 1----I-ui- -i ___ JTElII.C TI,

I as well as In the goods we buy. If guests the county commissioners, the month or seven. years to IIIIV If 5/' II'
I county) and city srhool board and t'i'. unnt* 'I 'In I shallow, artexfnn ll ii''
for instance we spend it wit our 'ity: ; '.11Imjs, ionerll. It i is desiieil, that I IM, It, Ni ar railroad, ,nakot,, u,ml, i i d tf1'h 'I at These Low Prices

1 local merchants and business men, all member of the JI( thers Club be /','tl.I"i), to IriiiiHportutluii:ills; : 'Icndln;: Li i \\t th' :'I"1. ->,i. %':;ar ill I I l); i1.' \-. : ,

S much, if not -all of it, will\ again bj prevent at the lunch room that dav I-E,\V1TT KANU; CO P 1'"lulita.1"" J JI I ,
to nriit in these ; 5'-1') I SI ( I ;m'\l1 Michelins Are Always Good ItII I!
: put into circulation by them, in our entertaining I'uest.filnv ,
----- ------ "
I city, to pay rent, wages and for :\ ocr! matter of fl'Jh! liter- I l'oJ{ SA1.Hor trade for FI.I liLt :.anil, I ) IIIt
"t \\< j.c dicuq"E, I wIde tea was being Ito .1,1iH I liipru\Hd. In (',*''trul Ivan )
I I materials and supplies which they served, them the Dyer sac C In woy. :MltclK. ,11.. :-11>r n. Rlne Shpe' OverallS R'lular Ills 11.n.
among Size Type
S 49-4IX' .,1111 I I I I Cord
must buy from others. :Memorial open air theatre to be es- : ._u ____ Tube Cord
The money spent in this way remains ''iblidht-l. in Winter Park, the Royal lt lit I<.\l.I-- Moilern nix room I II.MIH. **. C J, - -- - - -- ---- ---- ----
Palm State Park and its need most i'lKlilfoot porfh garage; 17 citrus : 30x3 o1sa25.
"in the is
: family so to and it I
t. say, for fire protection and then wish I that II.--M. ten h"n811114,000( OU lottiukIt : : :JOx31j.. CI 2.50 $15.00 $12.50 w
within reach for future need"} If Hitli 4i>3 1:1JI1JI..tBtr".t.::: I. u
.I every member might attend the state 49-4lx Wh 32x31SS 3.40 21.00 ] 8.00J ol
-- S spent outside of town this is not true. federation being held this week in ; ; lx4 CI 4,00 15,00

S The larger part of it is paid out to West Palm Bach. FOR SAI.K-New bungalow; you might Ywe
la 2 . nil 22.50 19.00
nny 4 rife rooms. piazzas; 31x4 SS 4.00
stockholders elsewhere i it in do h.
living or Improvements to date with furnltur -
This is Educational Week ... Land 18.5H5: feet one or thrulota :2x4 SS 4,20 24.00 20.00 I K!
t rents or wages which never return to Cheap.: Clo see It. 218 Bum- 21.00
Well we emulate our colored 33x4 SS 4.40 25.00
w- the community from which they were Her street, corner Vernon avenue shiver 9
fril'nds-if not in similar deeds-in 49-ltT 34x4 SS 4,60 26.00 22.00 If

drawn. other. patriotic efforts. Last Sunday 32x41ss 5.35 33.00 22.50 .
Reviewed from selfish afternoon at the colored school in FOR RAL.K Stove wood and flre place I 3ey
purely a -because when the body
).00 33.5034x41
S 'I wood ; dry pine; ready split. t 33x4'ss 5.45
standpoint, if for no other reason, North Kissimmee a flag pole was per strand. \v.V.. Brltt 18 Alden chills, the nervous system puts t.
SS 5.65 34,00
raised, with appropriate ceremonyand avenue. 48-4tc the muscles in motion. This /.
_ S keeping our money at home is a good entertaining address. It was the i "exercise" drives the heart 33x5 SS 6.55 40.00
business We do this when 10 ACHKH splendid land H mile from
S policy. we opening occasion for the week's con- faster and hastens the flow of J5x5 SS 6.90 42.50 K
city limit of KIsHlmmee; hoic ;
buy from our local merchant sideration along educational lines.
or pat- tIght cross frnce 5 acres In cultivation warm blood. A rub with v
ronize home industries of kind.It ---- --- ; acres for ; buildingS d 1
; \
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS 'e and. Rood, r family
encourages the local merchant to WERE HERE WEDNESDAYThe use. Pretty locution desirable p

give us better quality, service and S property price Includes only .some I3SOO.household Terms. goods This I .,Ox3>X, Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.00'0\ if

5'' price. It is a matter to which weT district meeting of the Knightsof and a lot of garden; tools. chicken, Rubbing Alcohol 33x4 Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22.00 :31]1
Pythias was held in Kissimmee bees nihbltn and other ItemsVKIJj .

could profitably devote some thought. Wednesday night, with delegates!!!. \ RIde: city KHAIKl limits" I 5 bearing acre tract fruit Just Como out- beats a shiver every time as an 32x41/, Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30.00' ., II'v<

numbering more than one hundred let show and deal direct with circulation.
UM you., ., aid to
DAIRYMEN FORCED TO from the various cities in the Orlando owner 8-room House. uest or reasons -

N- INCREASE MILK PRICES district. Deputy Grand Chancellor for selllnir. Excellent for limbering ath- 30x3 FABRICS $10.00 .' if

3 Wingate\ of Mount Dora, presided at 20 bearing ACIIKH 2 miles trees from., city lots limit of : 40 letes and relieving strains stiff :3'](

As noted elsewhere in this issueS the meeting of the lodge, which was vas; I acre orange nice grass. lawn, about KUH- j joints and lame muscles. Immediately '"r
local dairymen have been forced to'' attended bv Past Grand ChancellorN. half good orange land. balance fine removes perspiration lelc

_ _ increase the price of milk on accountof P. Yowell, of Orlando, who made for. trucklnK (900. Terms Smallshack odors. Adopted by leading ath-

the great rise in feed prices. According the address of welcome. I H. Clay ments,; some finest pltice other to minor raise chickens'Improve letic clubs, hospitals and train- We change your tires, paint your

S to these men the price of Stanford of No. throughout the U.S.-
Friendship Lodge and right on school bus line rural ing camps
S feed has! increased approximately 10, Kissimmee, responded.The delivery public r"ad One of 200 Puretest preparations rims and keep records of tires sold. fr

thirty pet cent and it is absolutely K. of P. band, of Orlando, at- I..AKB develop, V1KVV In Jo'AHIIf--n"lIt the county;property joins big to for health ahd hygiene.

'---I necessary to boost prices. "They say tended the meeting and played on the lake; 120 roftd .and fronts on (cotintv Every item the best that skill UInif

that milk prices -in all neighboringcities streets before the meeting, as wellas roHil,) 120 tndH. No better soil In and conscience can produce.
run from 20 to 24 cents, and in Fraternity Hall. It was the Florida than found opt this pl'ice; We guarantee that you get mileage .

y .. that the 18 cents, which} will\ be the largest congregation of Knights in more 3 flowing than wells halt In on the the artesian property belt.;

price after December first is the low- the history of the local lodge. about 11 acres neglected grove some R. G. MINICK and service from all tires sold :J(:
est figure with buildings, needing repair This. -
commensurate continuing ------- property VI
in business. GEORGE TAYLOR :MAKES l tR well located and of best soil. here leIf
Including riparian rights. There S
Dairymen who have the ASSIGNMENT 27k. j't C-cLL Drug Star -
adopted VOLUNTARY about 200 acres, of land. Price $12.-
S new price schedule are L. S. ryarlY. I KOO, Favorable terms at 5 1,4, % on
George M. Taylor last week called part purchase price This In natural
C. M. Garbett M. D. Ca81er, and A.
\ E. Thomas. his creditors together and made vol- I. orange trucking land and also grasses.fine for farming. ': Try a Michelin at These Low :: :3 IIv(
untary assignment to TheTamps SOME 13HANI new cottages, modernto ,
; BIG CJlOWfl AT FORDDRAWING Association of Credit Men has the minute. Small cash payment I Neid's Healing Baths PricesW1B'1 Ict

I SATURDAY sold his store, and S. I. Smith this balance like paying rent. Can just ..
week became the manager. as well own your own home Come
let us SHOW YOU. recommended for rheumatism ;
'1 "About WK' ARE: for real
"> 350 people were crowded into HEADQUARTERS ei'In
S )I. Cr Autrey'a Ford l last SatV bargain S eczema, and all kinds of skin
I ;, agency MEETS NEXT TUESDAY ALL KINDS of Florida home and in- r '
',urady rnight when the prizes were 5- vetment diseases. Also far'stomach : ,''I 1r!

(; .' given. ....Mi.* ,Eva,',Fertic won the$115 Mrs. W. H. Boice chairman of the NELSON REALTY rOMI'A\V (rouble- For baths and. miner- Makinson CO.n' ,.

k .f*. ':for the closest guess of the number fine arts department of the Kissimmee FOR- RENT 'aTwater foe drinking purposes, \ \

'of''Fordpart'In' the case; her guess Women's Club' announces the S ..
beIng: 823 *sid. the.".correct number. meeting of' that 'section for next \ leave, order' at 614. Patrick ,St.,

S "827.5'ranged" :from-5-200 to,:ov. Tuesday, attemoon.N.vember' 27, at FOR P._ R.RENT Prlrltt-TJnfurnUhed Corner 44-tf I See or :phone '208. : t : : : : -c : : : : : : ; : : : : : : : :_: : : IfC
er 15,000.'_ '' 3:30'q'clock at ,Chapter41Iouse.:
5 \ : ;t Durwood5Ba.wonth" ; *' -$10 prize, S AI'very.: good. 'pPograrnhsi been arranged I FOR S "wlthbthSuitable:HENT'__ 'l'woroOIllap for.eou/l r'tmffnt.. Mrs.Cay ,. ,-CBARICS i : [ N0wncr/ ,v' '.' t il <" *) I* Vt'IC

boldIngtbe lucky number. Sam Lop. and everybody's'Is 'cordially ._ / ..
Johnsont4O4erno; .. i / ctss1IEDDs RESW
S fer,and June Gtthti,UCted'U' jadg-.. l'IA4 oa-attend>- *! Jft? T' -i : L ?, SSI M ;.pWRv"r",.., "- ,,
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I at Pupont's Cafe. tf 400000000' .400000000 -
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Fine music at Presbyterian churcu : WEATHER
; Tuesday night; November' 27.. -REPORT *

1 i Bead Nelson' classified advertise f .0': OffiCIal Bulletin ot dally: t m- .
per deb aDd te cIyitatione fur- 9 Stock
1 ment. ___, 4 tbe Ki..lmm.. Co- Reducin Sale

1, phone 127-8 rugs for best milk and I 0 operaU.Station U. S. Weather Bureau. ,
cream. 49-lmo I 4 Thursday' _November 22: ending! 4

John S. been In Atlanta 0 -- 0
tn business for several days.. 4 Date Max Mln.Prep..0
4 Friday, Nov. 16..
I -.75 60 .00 0
For Hire. Call C. C. Rum. II '
Auto Saturday, Nov. 11..70 62 00 *
mell, Phone 41. 20-tf 0 2Und/y' Nov 18._._67 S3 .00.
4 Monday, Nov Here is real Money-Saving Event Prices
19.73 40 '
.00 4
I'' Shaves, 15cj haircuts, S5c; children 20tiI' 0 Tuesday, Nov 20..69 62 00 4 -- are reduced -
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. t S.edn'd.y, Nov. 21.82 69
00 *
I' BorJTo Mr. and Mrs. C.' M. 1 Thursday, Nov,22..S2 63 .00 I on our entire stock--this is your opportunity to

Breaker, Tuesday, November' 20, a 7 Readings are made at 0:00 p. *

son. 0 4* m.nours.for the preceding twenty-four *A pick out those shoes, dry goods, notions, hats and winter',

New York Life Insurance Co., SamL ALLISON T. FRENCH. *

Lupfer local representative. Htfp 4 404440444.4.444 Co-operative Observer.4V44* goods of all kinds. Don't miss this money-saving SALE.

Ask for information on the New

York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- The best Investment you can make _.-... .- -- -,..". ,.", 9
..: fer. 14-tfc Is a New York Life Policy. Better

Remember the Sacred concert at than a saving account See Sam f
t Lupfer. '
I Presbyterian church, Tuesday night, 14-tfc: Sale Starts 8:30' r

I I.. November 27. ___ Mrs. H. G. Crane, of Harrisburg,

Newest novelty in neck ties, hand- Pennsylvania, is in Kissimmee for NOVEMBER24't'h

) lierdmfs; belt, etc. SHOE & MEN'S the winter. She has apartments with SaturdayMorning }
SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meotch, at Bryan
and Beaumont .
I Low priced on Milks. satins and I I 1
yard (roods, at McCAULEY'S DRY The best Investment you can make' =-II" l --.u-- -
OOODS.; ill a New York Life Policy. Better I SP Ci
- j' than a savings account. Sec Sam DRY GOODSDEPARTMENT L5"1 SPECIALS SHOE
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gallagher retried Lupfer. i4.tfc I .
laKt Saturday from Dayton, '
MiiiM\lvama.I Just whnl you need to wear with I One lot Men's Coat Sweaters, DEPARTMENTMen's

sweaters and port dnlh.. Kilts '' $8.00 grade, to close out $3.00 values, 1 Q ',,
\ I out. :20 felt hats to go at reduc-1 ,duccrl\ at "The Hat Shop," Mrs. J. i.I, 200 yards of the best $2. 1IT .
d) i I' .. at !Mrs. J. |U. Wootlbeck'xHat Woodbeek C $6.00 Sale Price $7.00 Golf Style'Oxfords
i grade Outipg worth 23c
Shop. __ ,
each . . . .
: 1"ut :20 felt hats to go at,.reducI | R. Kohoiham. returned to KiKnimnue ,I a yard ; this 15 p 'Men's Men's Blue Work Shirts, $4.95 ,

t I i r <-OM. at Mrs. J. I n. WoodbeckVHat ', to 'wend Saturday his thirteenth from Marysville winter Ohio here., sale, per yard Silk Front, Shirts, 90c value, 69c now . ,

Shop -' :Mr. Kolmtham IH 8':{ years old and the each . . $3.00Men's now''. . . . .
r.oo.() Loan on real estate; safe, Kinmmmee winters keep him pry) uim I 500 yards, yard-wide Women's Vici Lace Oxfords

:im(' ii tivi, loan Nelson Realty. <.'om Imost I "n much jounpcr l Bleached Muslin, on sale Men's 15c Work 10c made Selz Shod
'"\ $2.50 Shirts on by
pin Jut what. at Sox pair . . .
you need to vr with per ,
I 11-1 i your property. with ux for ,s\M'iilem and sport) lothen Fells reIdiHciI . , 1211zCyard Sale, $2 00 Co., worth $5'$3 1.5'
' pi"''i """"I..t'. NfNnn Realty ('0111* \ at "Hie. lint Shop," Mrs I 1.) 11.1) 'II IV.udhrl"k. each . . Men's Khaki Overalls:!, on on sale at ,
[pao) \ I -- i iI ()K)0) yards 32-inch Ging- Men's $1.75 Dress Shirts sale. at, per $1.19
Pe I! sure to hear the fine music at I :'orll\1.! : I I.. KM"unn,1\ diuihtrr, -Felt
| . . . 100 Women's ,
i ham worth 30c 1 pair
I sale parMen's
I I'ic-li\terian church, Tuesday night I Miss Mary! fferson. left :Monday i I C on ; at, $ | 50
Nov i'rnber 27. :for Macon, Sale Price Bed Room worth) '
---- Georgia whenthey will | yard ; each) . . . $1.00 Knit Ties. Slippers, ;
visit relatives for time.
I I' in 'imluvl rooms for light houvek''it'"K _:ome I i
$1.25 pair
Men's Khaki Wool Shirts Sale at per 95'c'Sale
French worth on ,
> ground floor. Nelson Real Mrs. Anna K Burrows, of Binjf i Serge, 69c

_ t1 l i .unpany -- I hampton. New York, armed in Km8lmmee I( $1.35'Sale; Price 98c worth $3.50, $ ) 15 each . . . Price, pair '
last Saturday to visit her I
Newest line of shoes for men, women : U. J. Burrows and family Mrs. i per yard . . on Sale atOne .
md children, at The SHOE: & Burrows will spend the winter with Men's Percale Shirts, One lot of W Women's one-

MEN'S SHOP. __ them at heir home--on Church street Wool Crepe, yard $1 lot Collars, 1 0 C with Collars, 69 c strap Oxfords, good, ; ."

J. Glenn;I of Dayton, Pennsylvania, Men's. taps, $1; hats, $250; Star each . . . . each . . . .
\\ho arrived here last Friday, is stay Brand'nlioes for all\ the family. Men's $1.98"MEN

n i r> at the Beecher--house. suits J8.O up. .McCAULEY'S DRY 200 yards, fancy colors, pair . . ',

!Mr L. E. Livermore arrival last GOODS. Buying New Goods at Big Reductions, makes buying
in Rattane
$1.00 an $1.50
. where week she from spent Ix-banon the summer Connecticut months, Give dinner.ui your Reduced order rates for '!Thanksgiving for party- value, on sale 15 a pleasure. When you buy in this store you are ''. );
: Tl-p leading life insurance companyof of ten. Mrs Johnson and Mrs. for, yard . . doing two things ':I'

. the world New Yoik Life. See Swain, Park Hotel.---- A Store Full of Bargains Lay aside 'all business READ THIS

: Sam Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc The usual "fir/tt nighters" of the and attend this sale. Early buyers will have best

. If you want to buy, sell or rent, hunting season left Monday noon for SPECIALSWomen's I selections. 105 Pair of. .$10.00 and n
: home or farm. nee Stanford, over Orange 'county in the vicinity of Taylor -, :. Shoes.
$11.00 Florsheim
creek. The usual in +
./ Hank! of OsceolaRoom' No 17. contingent Brown Silk ,
, ; '" ' dude; Karl Lupfer I.. .R.:, Farmer, -- I all New Goods to close
' The many''frlendeo'JohnL.illvCr' *; Edjrnr, Katz, George, Gardner... W. ,J. Hose CLOTHING SPECIALS '
: street are glad to sea him out again Steed;' Holmes Prather, and "Coc out for I '
.: and ill-le l hack" on the job, since hi! recent Cola" Warren -of-Tampa. $1.75 for $1.39 DEPARTMENTWe 40 Women's Slip On paIr ?. : $ ? .25, ; '
$1.65 for 1.25 c
. For Rent; Four-room cottage, immediate grade Sweaters close
, - -" i to out for
If you want. to buy, sell or lent posipdion) ; $10.00. Eight $1.50 for 1.15
: home or farm see Stanford, oveiHank I ri one, excellent homo, 2'4 acres land ,I' grade have about 35 Suits $1.98 and up. REMEMBER

: ( of Oscecla, Room No. 17 I $r>0 per, month Nclhon Realty Com, ;, $1.25 grade for .98 for men in stock ; to move 100 large size Turkish ,_
pliny :
; '.. If you want to buy, sell 01 rent -- $1.00 grade for ..89Women's !) them in a hurry we have Bath Towels worth 35c WE HATE LARGE ,
: home or farm, nee St"mford, over F. C. Bryan hail a pleasant BUI !' I cut the price to rock bottom ;
, prise Wednesday night when he ran sale at STOCK OF SHOES FOR
, Bank of Osceola, Room No. 17. i on
into Bob Jolly, of Murshalville Georgia -I Winter i 1 19c
each. . . . ,
: Mrs. L. E. Livermore returned' last on the streets, of Kissimmce.l| undervests . "*
, week from Lebanon, Connection, These two were boyhood chums ins I Men's Trousers Shirts GIRLS, INFANTS, AND
: where she spent the summer at her Georgia and had many a reminiscence. 60 Turkish Bath Towels, THE PRICES ARE REDUCED
, old home. Mr. Jolly is a relative of D,'. I A large shipment ofWomen's Hats, have all been reduced worth 75c
. ,
--- Hick of KiKt-immee. 48 t ON EVERY
formerly in for this Sale.
If sell rent, Newest Stylesin price sale at. .
: you want to buy, or ---- on . PAIR IN THE STORE '
. home or farm, see Stanford, over Wanted: Women; girls; hoys --
: Hank of Oitceda, Room No. 17. Earn Christmas money distributing"GIFT" Slippers have just arrived Visit our Cap Department 40. Baby Blankets on sale

Specials. Samples free. Ad- and go on sale at We have all the at PRICES REDUCED ON
: Five taxes
on city
percent vance Mfg. Co., 86 Dock street, St. j 3.5 c
. if paid before Thursday), November Louis, Mo. reduced prices. New Styjes. each . . . . SUIT CASESnotified
:: JO. Books open on Thursday, No- -- I I _ _____. ___
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ember 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax col Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hilton returned' j I -

I lector. 47tfI Klssimmee Mr. last Hilton night has from been Bra-very / The above list is only a few of the many bargains--the store is- fall

Jewett Allin, of Los Angeles, is in ill in that city and has returned home
I Kinalmmee visiting Mr. and Mrs. David for a few weeks to recuperate. Mrs. I of money-saving values. Sale starts Saturday 8:30 a. m. Nov. 24th.
I Lander. Mr. Allin is Mrs. I anI Hilton has )been in Bradentown with ,
I der's brother. him for two months and a half. She I

I Is getting ready for this year's termat ,
:o Five' percent discount on city taxes the Kissimmee School of Com-
, I if paid before Thursday, November!
, I :-10. Books open on Thursday, November merce.

: I 1. J. R. Gilbert city tax col- Boys school suits, 2 pair pants,
, : I !lector. 47-tf 950. Young men's suits, 2 pair V. & Co.

:.t' I I if, Five paid percent before-discount Thursday- on, November city taxes $22.pants!O, $20.up.MEN'S Good All wool SHOP.line blue hate serge and suits caps*, Lyles Story

. I :10... Books open on Thursday, Nober.1. SHOE & --
. I e Gilbert, tax collector -
: J. R. city Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCool returned -.
. I '" 47tfCaptain to Kissimmee yesterday afternoon -

. I S. .A. Buck and Ron Love- from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania DRY GOODS, SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING .
their home at
: I li'tte, arrived this week and have opened
and family,
205 Emmett street for the winter. BROADWAY FLORIDA
. I from Gape May, N. J., and will, as Mr. McCool is enthusiastic over the .
I usual, spend the winter in Kissim-
. I mee.I ten train aboard service the this Pullman winter, having at Beaver got.I I G3 1IL..A..CE: : T: :7 JR.A.J: ::: E:: d '

.": I I if Five paid percent before discount Thursday on, November city taxes Kissimmee Falls and come without straight. change.through to I -- --. -,..,..... "

I 30 November ; _. . _. r
: Books open on Thursday Florida Saniti-- and Hospital, -- -- --II., - ------w -- - -- -- -
.< I 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax col- Orlando, Fla. Battle Creek Methods At the home of Mra." Vans 'Agnew Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meader, who NOTICE TO MILK USERS that a m.etlnfr of the Stock \
: I lei'tor. 47-tf; Medical, Surgical, Maternity. Deep of the I to Kissimmee from holder of the Merchant Farmers .'' I
recently tame
evening ono ,
on last Monday On account of the increase in feed Dank Klidmmee Florida, will be |' .
X-Ray therapy. Capacity 100 pa- most interesting and instructive meetings New Hampshire, after looking: overall at the Dunking house of raid held>
: I Five percent discount on city taxes tients. Rest, diet, physiolo! ic-il therapeutics. held in North Kisglmmeowa parts of Florida, have purchasedthe prices, we, the undersigned dairymen Klanlmmco' Florida at eight o'clock .,,
:'. I If paid before Thursday, November .. conducted ever by Mrs. W. L. Mc- I Roy Wells rafia shop on the north have agreed to charge the following !'. "I. on .o..mber Srd. Ai 1>. I,ll alfalrr forthe "
__ __ purpose of considering the \
for milk and ,
. I 30. No- prices cream
' ,
Books open on Thursday Duffie, of Orlando. Sho presented l I edge of the city and will\ open a first or raid! 'ompany and taking acttonth.reon
. I ember 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax col- Mrs. II. Clay Stanford and Miss the scripture in a clear and forceful class tea room the. latter part of next beginning December 1: One quart and for such other and further .,
: I ]lector. 47-tf Margaret Stanford were hostesses setting forth the second I week. Mr", Well has moved his shop 18c; per pint, 10c; per gallon delivered bualneaa. M may com before, sulomrrtlna
. Ladies Aid manner , 64c sweet $1.20 ;
to the ; cream per quart. L'
' Tuesday afternoon coming of Christ, to the entire satisfaction next door into the aeroplane bunga- THIS the Idb day.of November;' A., ,
:: I Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richard returned Society of the First Christian church, of her large audienceaboutone I low which he recently completed. We thank the public for their pastand D. 1 2J. ( "
: I last week from two months spent at a diver tea. A beautiful musical Several beau- future patronage. U m. 1rENN. .1 1
J hundred present. .
;. I IN I" Hot Springs, Arkansas, southern program was rendered by Mrs. Sam tiful solos were sung by ladies from WOOD! D: WOOD! U Sr BRYARLY. 4 ,- t .. CaaW.rt. if
I Missouri Dr. Rich- soloist Miss Mae Winn, plan. furnish C. M. OABBETT.' ( ,:
,'! and Memphis. Story, Orlando. I am still prepared to my NOTICE "" .
.I I rda says the boll weevil has ruined ist, and Miss Madge Rivers violinist. :: customers with 120 veneer blocks M. D. CASLER.A. ? :? ,,/
. I > '' refreshments of tea, s nd- E. THOMAS, To'Whom'It' Concern/" ,
everything Arkansss this year. Delicious Florida Sanitarium and Hospital for $3.1612Inch; a... \ i!
. I : ) wiches,,,and cakes were served. Orlando,, Florida. Medical) Surjrical,i iI blocks,. $2.95j Split for stove-wood 1VOTICH, OF OTOCKHOUDBHSV,. *' Notice .It:hereby' -iven.that' tiwlll! ,[; V
I Five discount taxes H ;. full strand 15-inch for -" not be responsible*for aay'debt or ,
( j percent on city school Maternity Capacity 100 patients.! guaranteed ; IIEIilTUIOof; :; :,
.. I '
p I ( f paid before; Thursday November ..:AcreA concert: if or Sunday 3.35 12-Inch for ,$3.15. ,Get your contracts made by-roy wife, "Mary. v
Presbyterian church, .Equipment modern, rest diet, physiological I $ ;, 1'(1'' 2'H'" RTOCKHOLD :R/t'OS'/ ' ; <
I 30.. Books open on Thursday No- fund .' "'Adm ?therapeutics.. Unexcelled i I winter's ..upply. QOW. ,All CHANT8*"A FARMER8: _BANK: KI8filMMKB. Jane Brown' .' : 1i'/ "
I *il., ;'J, ,R.' Gilbert; city tax colt, No.2'1.cents, ion the'Southeast- ."':<*8-tf,. tTjOKIDA:,, gcuar.! ,hereby, 40-4txw WJLLJAf.R. BROwMiv-,
I Itetorj 47-tf 25, cents; children,10 . , 0 i" ,.. "t ., _, '
t ,. .fir .-f '''t,' .,. Ip, ". ; 'C'i , 4t .. ..;f \,'
sa&aa5 .. "'" !
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as many of the'' more common 'dis-i

i cases and insects." -----------,
. Efrfrs are about two thirds water.

Hens should have access to plenty of A New Body Type
good: water. The white of the egg is

VOLUME II KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 23, 1923 NUMBER 11 protein. To make this the hens

should have milk, meat, scraps, bugs
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Editor .?.___.___-____Fred, Lupfer' King Tut's tomb and these will! be on he can stand by and watch the lower worms element, ,bran for etc.. which The potatoes yolk is ,the grain fat .. '

Assistant Editor... Alberta Branson exhibit in one of our tents. This will classes working to get where he is. and starchy foods ,Mould be used.

REPORTERS bo the very place to buy your Xmas In the spring tno young Seniors fancy Lime is needed for the shell. This
presents, beautiful handwork and lightly turns to thoughts of"'"Skip ahelli'and
Twelfth ...______....___.Mary Stanley souvenirs. Save yoar old nickels and Day,,' and then to the day when every can be supplied by oyster With 'unbalanced
other forma of lime.
Eleventh _______..-Elizaheth Carter
dimes and come and have a good time one in high school except the its
the hen to
rations cannot lay
Tenth ______.__.Ruth Herzborg
? with us at our ,carnival We, need Seniors and the medal winners,
Music __.____..._/___Jeanette Squires books artTt' every penny taken in at to show Jiia declamation talent possibility -

WEEK the catnival will be used in buying Experience shows that good fruit
---- books. will nell while poor fruit bei-omes a
The week of November 18 to 24 SOCIETY drujr on the'' market. Poorly grown,

is set aside as Educational Week all OUR FOOTBALL TEAM The regular -meeting-- of the Laniei blemished, poorly packed or overripe

over the country. IalOt'' Wednesday I Last Saturday the football team Literary Society was held in the fruit never pays in the world's big

morning the high: school and seventh I lost to cLand.] Although we always school auditorium last Friday afternoon mnrket. Quality fluit does pay nii'1' ]

and eighthll'udes/ bud the pleasure I will believe that we should have won when' jhe following! interesting will always command a price, II.>
of listening to n talk delivered1 'by a matter wnnt the general market confditicni -
that game, it is now a thing of the program was rendered : !
man well known to nil of us. Pcn- I pail f and we arc looking forward to Song"Columbia, the Gem of theOcean" I n1lt y be concerning the price

gressmunV.. J. Seam. Mr. Soarsmade I] the (coming,: games.! The last few minutes __ __ ____ ___ Uy Societ... I jpai.1| the statement that be bad no of the game last t. Saturday we History of the District! of Columbia, I Large gains inield have b'i-n
particular subject but merely wi he-i had, PoLand jrueing what was coining .I_______ ____ __ Rebeknb Milli-. obtained by as a
to tell us of the ii-al value of education I prnying potatoes : SEDAN
next. Giahum intercepted 8 )Description of the Capitol
"to pass i I -- protection uguiimtinseet po-ts Mini
lie told""us, of his efforts! I and, ran probably i\ty yards before I -":___L,____ ___ ___ __ _Janet Gr.iiVU i disuse*. snCa Fanners' Hulletin 13-1': !) .
ward making) this a jrod M Ivn'l nnd ho wa downed. In top of that F ul- I 1 !"\in Solo"l.a.;: I'(1 I on.,..,."_ ____ ;j Inspi I'ing' the Potato Cr< n l> I........

also school of how] Indlluld the students] attending to makeit ,I lock caught n piss: and stopped ofTI'neen j,' ____ ___ __ __ __ _ _Mndfo River I ling, ', juvt issued by the U. j S.SrrllY') F.O. H. $590' FULLY
this < help t : DETROITThe IQUII'I'InI
Historical Events ("oiineclod with t'n-
I nlfT"V. must have been in of Airrii-iillinc, Wnshingti, n. I D. (C.
He talked of tliv "pi' '''''i"0 :
bettor. "
the United Slato< tnd.ivcmcerninir loo big a huiry for they stopped! u Capitol __ _ Edwin; Rums : I'j'ud'allv t all tlu cropshu'h 1".lwl!! I !
confronting tbrr > nnd l the ended.But History of the La ing out of the ("itof'Washington. \'
< a meIon( j to the cabbage family, such II'- iiniliflower -
the fact as to w1 v boys Tudor Sctlan i is u Wide doors folding front
.. _ Gr'ffln.Ortic .
working Gladys
watch us. we have 1 boon : '
broccoli outs
I their and girls drop out of school\18 complete.after ,' hard and expect to win the gamo Report.Another .! kohlrabi, coliatds l nod kale, spi turnips,, I distinctly now Ford hody !>scats well spaced interior

110al'e grammar'education facts to we should this afternoon with Clearwater new member was T<'l"l'i'edinto '! : i :i why
/ us as has been this< the society.1 This tilings the total I I for of
through high school and if pomible riwirwater A'ilingr.ood fli"i'iiscs. Such iliM'iiKcw, 'ay harmony exterior upholstery and attractive
po idea ear. the two teams are evenlymatched numbr of members up to dalv I to I the department lire preventable> i i and excellence trimmings give it individuality
through lollege.! / 11 is seemed appearance
to be first make/ man or woman ; I. and a !good' gamp is expect: about !sixty-1'iM' which i.s a muc'linger the main liy !Dimple menus of plantsjiiiitat of interior comfort comfort and con
('.1. This is our lat game at home number than the debatiinilub A hull, tin i.ue.l i-
I ion. now ju'-t I
of yourself and the rest will coniclater. ,.,. } utiii convenience.At venience.
this let's crowd out at has This that tho Lit *
The talk Mr. Sears Ui< venr, :so sc-e a puncs ns Karnier* Ilullrtin 11S1 <"at>-
should be very beneficial to those in the field this afternoon to boo t us.! I ary :Soi: lety !is mure popular thun eIT 'I ; I liaife li--e.i'-i treat of theprcnj! of I $590, its price is l 10Wl'r $ce this exceptionally desi -

hitrh! school as well as '_ those! in the (;(OOD-)! SI'OKTSMANSIIIP) --=" before. I the \'Inio\l"\ diseases and tlieir conliol. I than any tle new Ford product

lower ra'l's.' :Make the Viiost of your - -- I ISTII'i'l; .. I on the American market. in Ford showrooms.
opportunities today because seme ilnv 1 (:"nod, !sportsmanship! "peaks nioiefiir HISTORY -- I I
you may regret it if you don't We ,i si bool than anything d e't' SlIm In>digyNapolcan : A WIT old" man WFIa'n..n! hiiproerbi nit car can hr obtaincj on tht Ford Wrclly 7nr liaic Plan.M. .
(j Jive neither
wish to thank !III'. Sears for his talk are judged by tho kind of sportsman I I : me poertynor
was a remarkable mar.: ill-hen, feed me with food tominient -
which we hope will "go home" to everyone ship we show. It does net show good C. AUTREY Dealer
but not quite as remaikuble as 11 > for me" In Florida our peopleaie ,
in high I school and in low.rgrades. rattle the
port mlln"hip to try to opposing '
Sophomore so"ined to think. One o' neither M-ry poor nor very rub.untl KISSIMMEK FLORIDA
the referee I
team; to bemean our piomising historian.* saiil! tlvitI they can get !something to eat ;
-- -- -- -
because he decision in favor
HENRY W. GRADY I BATINCJ gives a I Napolean! was horn in 178!) and distinguished as the climate allows the growth of
of I the oiher ude (he may he doing c;:
SOCIETY bimslf I a" 11 soldier in plant life in every month. Our ill-
his be't! t and know what he is doing) ; {
17t!*:!! I mate puts no< strum on animal lif<*
The program for November 16 for to make unkind remarks about individual .. -- a.s is t'io' fif-"- in the north, wheremontbs
plnyl'!!<. When we do these CAP4
the Debating Society was: I of average cold calls for enduiunie j RS
: things: we only '-li' w < ur ignorance of The Sim, The I I'o '< s, and the Sophsi '
Subject: Resolved, That Congressshould i The. tiildtii ;iiii i'OMin the east ; nilil evtr.i' supplies of food]
the game, our own lad of courtesy, :, I
pass the Bonus Bill. On thE"affirmath'e to mainlainllIlilY, .
All "lav hehone s0 bright,
of Let's havo
lack bleeding.
our !
Alberta Urunson, and - ---
-- ---- ---- --- --- -- -- ---
'' j/r.iilunlly in the west. --- --
John Sanderson on the negative. good losfi as well as good winners j : 'Then sink'iiif! : I :No nation loses more hfin' than
; MiUlt the vorl i limight.
Athalia Griffin and Park Dou hlen. let's show e\eryone that we stand,! the United States does annually, the .
behind. our tc'im. Hut ino doing 1 t ''total Inst al half
Time for debate: 10 minutes. Time year tunning
for rebuttal : I 6 minutes. The judges let's \lie qUI ,' net to forget the. principles Just But, .so left, our their pools/I came l wo'ks] and here.wort. billion" dollars, with a sai'i ifiee of 1'i. GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULT?
of good Fporlsmanship 000 liM'.s. No day by without
decided in favor of the negative. This In 1"a.l1I111' them, tho world is blest (toes
debate was enjoyed by all and showed, Our football senson i< drawing flics and. futulities I Flr.q in timliei .
And filled with} ri htoo.1 i hoer -----
a marked improvement even on the near a ilose we have not won but a land. do gicwt I I dumnge every )'t'll"

last program. Anyone that wouM few games, but we can show everyone :I nor only to trees but the feltility. of
like to hear some good debating is that we arc as good sports as Like sun anil: pools, .Sophs, we'll go. i he soil. Mnny fires are result\ of
And leave our 1 si hoo! behind,
the football t'amf.1
invited attend club over. The boys on "carelessness.GIVING. .
cordially to our ,
But striving hard to do our part
that thev ha\e done their pan.i .
which meets other Friday. --- - -
teachers kind.
We help our
have -
although they won many
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THE CARNIVAL p-ames this year, they have laidi' I G. C. M. OUT

-- foundation for football that will niaVo ----

Saturday, December 8, 1923. The some of the teams "sit up and lake I II SO1MIOMOKE)J NOTES I TAX NOTICE

biggest day of the year. Why ? Because not ice" next year. Just watch them ]! 'The. Struggle Discourage. Many a
it is the time of the great High I:1 Monday a new member joined the I Citizen of 1\I..Mimm.. ..

School Carnival. The entire school is SENIOR NOTES class! which makes us thirty-six, the Around all day with an aching
busily engaged in planning I lie different I next to the largest class in high back, I

booths. There will be fashion I i Ii "Ain't it a grand and glorious feel- school. If any class needs more rdoni Can't text at night;

shows, dramatic plays, the curiosity' ing-" to be n Senicr? After eleven it is the! Sopns, because: Mist Shcck- Enough to make anyone "give

chop, and others the identity of which yeais of toil and struggle with History ley had to give up her chair to I the out."

we are not going to disclose to the English, Science, Latin l and new pupil. Doan's Kidney Pills are helping

public. The O. II. S. Ministrel,which Mathematics, to enter on a year whe (i Uoo-st For a :New High School thousand NOTICE is hereby given that

is the greatest rival of Coburn, will you know that you are about to ;, Our plans for the carnival are progressing They are for kidney backache; _

give a special performance for the J I reach the /goal. You know that you i finely. You will surely want And other kidney ills. ,

benefit of the school. After much have broken through I the line and arc to come to the Sophomore booth, Here is Kissimmee proof of their\ Osceola County tax books for 1923

trouble we have succeeded in getting; i. away for a touchdown when you sec their attractive adver merit.
some of the priceless1* relics from \\\other joy Ur the Senior is that tisements.
I i Mr*. C. D. Hansel 421 Clay street, will for
-- --- ---- says: "I can hardry describe the open collection on November
I endured from backache.
ooooo .o .t..o.o .o.o.o of the United States has an invest* of these (wo crops will\ be unusually misery
When I tried to ,get out %f bed morning
.I. ,\ oQo ment of $40 in 'the, nations-owned good first. I am now ready to furnish
*, an. awful pain took me in
I j ,' my
s> SAYS THE STATE.'OQO merchant marine. It'' would seem to ; '"
1 '
back and I had have assistance.
; The coffee'crop of'the world for
the of citizen in Florkida
O BUREAU' be duty every
MARKETING cities and communities to see to the sleason of 1923-24 is estimated at The doctor said it was rheumatism.My estimates these'taxes. 2

s> oQox. it that all goods they send abroad 21,000,000 bags of which 15,000,000 kidneys didn't act right and I percent:
). hail awful pains in the bark of
will be my
bags supplied by Brazil. Florida
should be routed of the
Do you insist upon thorough and by way vessels is nearer lira/.il than otherAmoiican head 1. I got Doan'n Kidney I'lll* litHoh'rRon's discount will 'allowed
regula. inspection of your buildings i four merchant marine if competitively ( state. C'otToe i is any already I IIruK Store and they be] for November
This j i.s
and premises; proi.,pt removal of accumulation possible. possible !jcuied" me of the trouble." I
here, and more of it should becoming
Florida with more coast. thaninv coming ,
of litter which increases :n sea
I'lii-e f,0o. at all dealers. Don'tpimply
and make Florida the
other state. This Mate should great payment.c. .
fire hazard of inflammable
; proper prot.ection ask foi
have regular lines runningto South distiibuting center of the Union. a kidney remedy -getl
materials safeguarding of
-- l)( IIn'8 Kidney I'llls-the name that
fires, lights, etc? Do provide Amciica and! make our state a distubuting !i -
you The food value of corn is very similar 1'\Irs. IlanFel had. Foster-Milliurn
center for the products of I
convenient and efficient means of extinguishing
to that of other cereals. It can Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
incipient blazes and pre that ('onl inent. I be used in a great variety of ways. I 1

venting loss by fire? Destruction by The U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, | More than a hundred different prod- HINTS TO HOI'SKWIVKS( (
fire is a waste for which those insured
Washington, I). C., has issued Farmers' I urts are now made from it. Farm'ei's --- L.IBANDY!
pay directly in premiums and indirectly Bulletin No. 1347, entitled varrieties Bulletin No. 12'i::!: ( includes many Weekly from Home DemonstrationSperialislH ,
fire losses
the whole become a burden of chickens. The breed J.\ now | recipes, for using cptn, directions for TallahasNee.

upon people. clasce-l as American are the Ply I making lye hominy or whole hulled Tax Collector.4210t
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Current commodity quotations do mouth Rock, Wyandotte, Java, Do- I hominy at home, and for drying corn .
To Make Florida Conserve
not indicate that the general level of minque, Rhode Island Red, Rhode and canning it. It is free upon application Two

prices is higher in the United States Island White, Buckeye, Jersey Black, to the U. S. Dept. of Agri- I cups grapefruit pulp.
m relation to pre-war prices than in Giant, and Chentecler. The chickens culture, Washington, If. C. :i Threefourthscups cupn orange pulp.nut meats. .

Great Britain. The Federal of I those breeds are commonly called
The U. S. Department of Agriculture 1'eeJ! from one orange run through
Bank of New York maintains an index I purpose fowls as they are usually
estimates that the total winter (
of the prices of 20 basic com good egg producers and yield carcasses and wheat 'hoppl'I One-half seeded'raisins. I
modities in this well suited to the table. They spring crop amounts to cup
country and Eng
78! ,000,000 bushels. The One-half grated .
land in which 100 1913: lay brown shelled eggs and have j4/l-.. world sup cup pineapple .' .
represents -- -- - ----- -
is canned. - -- -'- -
ply ample to the least and theexport ( ) ---- ------
prices; in this table the latest figures low skins. In size most of these say .
situation M> far as North Two cups Migar. [
for this breeds intermediate between the
country are 151.8 and for are
America is concerned U dominated by ('reparation : To this finely cut
England 155.C. smaller breeds such the LegI -
i['I egg as Canada, which has more wheat export orange peel add one cup of water ami
I horns, with white and.' the larg-
eggs than in the world boil gently ten minutes, rover and net
Florida's for is any country I ILRllID
corn 1923 cJDRYc
crop meat breeds, such as the llrv.hmasIIn.1 Y Yrn
had. Trie aside to cool' If fresh i j.
smaller than for many years, according ,I Jersey Black Giants. e\er _Arjentina( crpp pineapple'
to the latest estimates. It is es, be harvested iri December) as our used, cover the pineapple with water I

timated that from 15 to 20 percent of Strangers: with a "good thing": or n I I winter time i is summer down there, anil, l.jil vigorously( for live minute electricva.siiir: *<) machine

the corn harvested in Florida is eat "sure thing" in oil, mining or any I, That country's crop, promises to bolarge. I UH pineapple (contains an enzyme WASHES AND DRIES WITHOUT A WRINGER

en up by weevils. This loss can be other kind of stock by glib talk I which will act upon the pectin mid<1

prevented, if the farmers! will use quently induce men to invent. fre-I, prevent the niiiss from jellying unlr'''s

proper care in harvesting, storing and investments are made in nny of of California automobile encourages tourists, and the does coming this enzyme is destroyed by a sufficiently ..

feeding the corn, according to specialists ntoiks or bonds it will bf well forcontemplated not I I high temperature.
of the state experiment sta ] buyers to discuss, tilt'I'I',' lall them ""Tin Can Tiash ami. Auto Mix the grapefruit, orangpulp

tion. Write to the station at Gaines matter with a local banker |, Hummer-. The (eslimuied spendmg.s ''and orange peel, boil gently for :'JO Prices until today $165
ville for Information about how t-j -- I of automobile tourists in that .state I I minutes, adil! the BUgar nnd when the

save corn.Florida. Some of the stales now have law, last year amounted to over $2,000.- I xugar has dissolved. a"Id t the pineapple.

requiring; automobile owni"rs to rfg-!: 000,0(10.( Cook until the mas.s thic-kens

dairymen will find in Bulletin ularly examine their brakt'M to see i I ----- and will jive: the jelly tent. Add the

No. 272, issued by the agricultural that they work right.; Officers made The I'l&rnl.i (grower says' "The nuts and ramms, boil for two minutes, NOW $155

college and experiment station a test in New York city ret ently anil, j awakening in grape and bananas pour into sterilized \glasnes. ami

at Urbana, III., much valuable information found 700 of 1,000 cars with brakes seems to mean that we are to have (grapefruit Preserve.* 8111.1

on the subject of feeding and that diil not fully work. :Many of the two new industries added to those we One pound grapefruit peel.

managing a dairy herd. While devoted thousands of accidents everv year are I already have. Blackberries look! Three-fourths pound Hugar. I

to northern conditions, yet its due to defective brakes. They should promising and a Grower reader sayswe One pint water. i

many suggestions can be adapte.l to be tested every 1,000 miles! t-avcled. I i an grow tea." Two slices lemon one-eighth inch I

southern! conditions. It says, "Im- - --- I -- thick.

proper feeding of dairy cattle Is one The annual destruction due to The United States imported .12-: -(-'reparation : Select bright fruit

of the chief causes of unprofitable lightning fires in the United States 472,657 pounds of wool for the fiscal with a thick peel wash carefully UH-.

., dairying: Many illustrations and is estimated to be as much as $20- year ending June 30, 192.1: compared ing a brush to remove stains or de-

tables are given which classification 000,000. In one state alone, Iowa, with 255,087,236 pounds during 1922. poiiita from the peel. Cut the pool in JOHN A. MCCARTHYElectrical

of feeds .to aid in selecting proper during the four years ending with Imports of Angora goat hair amounted strips or shapes- To one pound of

rations and what to do in case of disease. 1922, the loss as given by the state to 11,394,024 pounds for the last fruit add two pints of water and the

fire marshal was $1,303,704, of which fiscal year. lemon. Boil for 15 minutes, change
I I 61 percent was due to fires in farm the water and boil again. Repeat the

Exhaust fumes from automobiles bams. Florida suffers but little from The total number of fur farms in process as often as is necessary to

'. are dangerous. Carbon monoxide gas fires started by lightning. The only Canada in 1922 was 1,009 comprising remove as much of the bitter from Dealer and Contractor

pour out regularly from cars on the known prevention for houses is by 960 fox farms, 17 raccopn .13 mink the peel as is desired. Remove the (

atreets of every city and town. This the use of rods. 3 skunk, 1 marten, 1 fis\ierl" karakul, peel and lemon from the water and

'. 'gas notonly: ,sickens but, sometimes I slieep, I 6) beaver, and I 6) muskrai. Com drop' them into a boiling syrup made ST. CLOUD, FLORID.I,
.kills those whobreathe it, 84 deaths The average condition of the pecan pared with 1921 an increase of 185 by adding three-fourths pound of :i

oecnrrinf' fromit in ,Ohio last wint crop in the United State in October is ihown in the number of farms. sugar to one pint of water for each ,
r.. It Isparticularly1 dangerous in was' 60 per cent,..but in Florida w pound of peel taken and boiling until I)
.closed faraees.' It Is /one of the most it was 80 per cent. '.I-De average 'of According to Dr. Burger, of the the sugar Is dissolved. After the peel t.

:poisonous,.of;all;known, gs svIt oranges <*a' '95 per cent compared Florida State Experiment SUUon Is added boil, until, the peel. is,trans- .. /
with 94 cent in California Unless r .
"Carelessness' In
'picking1 and
is, estimated that, every*citizen; the 1Infore.eeD ,happens the yield I IJ rtnc{ fruit may cause losses a great* hent parent, ,and- the- syrup sufficUntly. !y iwvk, 1.1'.'", fJ1n''

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........ ,.. .... .,4 flee Maude'Mathewi, In her own rlcbt NW(4 Ic NH of SEU of 8WU An Ordinance Declaring; Larceny, and Scton' 14. It shall be unlawful for. ] D. list, during the a.a 10a.'ef
\ or to drive or operate sale, at the front _
C.mplatn.nt. '.Klsslmroeeldtnd of NWK- of 1 Township Heoetvlns of Stolen Goods a* Offense prol person C.r
pany..t al. THE STATB 36, South Seton E ist.The . Ajcatnat the Public Peace of the City or other motor House, In Klsslmmee, Osoeola ,
Legal Advertisements f 01 . Amanda Rnr. .._ at the of Klsslmmee: Defining the Offense of I-n the streets of the City of Florida I will sail at publl outcry for .
,- D De Vol (otherwise known .. Mrs. date of .Id the beln.. said.N ortUlot Larceny! Deflnina the Offense of Receiving K..lmme who are at the time Intox cash la h.4 t* the highest and beat ,f
B. De Vol) and O. De Vol. Stolen Goods and Fixinga bidder, tract of land slt;
Rowland In ;
the of Nettle lOlo.'n.
.4 ..4...6 4. >4>>4>4>4<><>. A; R O.: Meek; Sarah Mar less said name certificate Mrs. be B.. Penalty; for a Violation Hereof. Section IS. I shall be unlawful to uat "KI.lmme. Ool County.
ab.1 redeme use bright on any motor drivenor : ,
Crawford; A..nett Sophia law, BE! IT ORDAINED by the City Corn- Ilht. I
'WHi'tRKA$ at ... *...oial meeting. of aid are living- and If aaldrespondents thereon Dntch loth day of December. mission of the City of Klsslmmee. : other between sunset and Lota 1. to 1 Inc. eV 10 .11 ef Block

Board of Public- Instruction of 0.. or any of them are dead D. J. L. OVKRSTHEET. Section I. Larceny within the city hunrlse, within the fire district. 1' PofN. .Baa R* Hab ef 1.
the eol.. County." P1ord&.'beld on October th.n THB STATB FLORIDA A Clerk Clrolt limits of the City of Klsslmmee I* Section II. It shall be unlawful to' t. >. 1. : I.' t. 10. I.I pf
D. 193. A petition wn filed 01 Interest In T Oaceola Curt hereby an offense against the use a spotlight on any. motor driven 'Ad& _,
14th. A. Al pr.on. cl.lmln. (8mA Cunt, Forid. delar.d vehicle the street of the City. ,Q. I'.
Board lgnd by more than the city of Klsslmmee.Section on "
with **l Id b.reln.r.r under B II. publlo peace ARlnCT.I
S D It shall be unlawful for .t
) .
..fourth of tbe qualifiedvoter. In deO..d r..poldent.j or otherwise In I. Receiving stolen goodswithin Scton.n. 8p.oal
of the districts hereinafter men devisees vranteea NOTICB FOR TAX the city limits of the City of an p..n ..automobiles with carrying
who Day a tax on real or per Cudln. claimants of or under any 01. APPLICATIN. Klsslmmee. knowing; the same to b "eb..n ; capacity of nine or more personsto ,NOTICB or .*.-
lonal In their said respectiveSistrlcts.and of That I hereby an offense stop or park on Broadway.
property said named r..pond.nt. Also THE NO'ICE! IB HKKKUY stolen. delar.e ,
who are .resident In their STATE OF : All p.rU. H. 8. Ulddens, purchaser OIVE. Cartlflcate I! against the publo of the Section 13. It shall be unlawful for NOTICI 1* hereby given that pur
2ild respective, dl.trlcta. asking the otherwise FLRIDA Interest No. 30 dated the .th day of' City of Klsslmmee.Section .ac any vehicle to follow .n,motorcycleor Final Dcr.. entered on the
Board to call an election to determtn.whethCF lands. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIBD Jane D. 19&I. has filed said certificate S. It shall be unlawful' for fire equipment going a fire at agreater Ith day of D. 1131. In the

Special Tax Softool Districts that a bill to quiet the title to the fol. A orflo and ha ma. application any person within the city limit of rat of speed than Ite.n mile Circuit Court of Osoeola County'Flor, .:

NO" *. 4. I. and .'. Osoeola County, Flor. 10.ln.; described property located In mY to .. accordance the City of Klsslmmee. to commit per Section. II. When the siren on saM ida. In suit Chancery of City Docket of No. 1411, lathe
should b. oonaolldated Into a *lnJfiS of Kleslmmee. with la. Said certificate embraces larceny by .t..Unl any money roods a
Ciy oc.ol. Counl.Florida fire equipment or trafno motorcycle I* Municipal
tax .chool district for the purpo.'* to-wlt: the following described proper or chattels of another. all vehicles All Corprato.
the street
collecting district Corner of Lot FOur of Block Florida shall bit unlawful loran sounded on city v.
Sf levying and a ty. situated In Osceola County, 8.etol. I curb hereinafter described.
shall to the quickly
the receive aid In a* lant Respondent
of or .
i.'hool ta* for the exclusive use Fifteen of the South Florida Railroad to-wlt buy ,
public free schools In the entire area Com pan '. Survey to the Town of KIs- SE% of NW% Section It Township ) concealment of stolen money possible.. Section to. Any person found guilty A D. 1933.on during the Ird the day legal of' -

Included within said three districts slmmee City O.c.ol.County. State of SO South n.n.e 33 Kast. roods or property of another know.Inl of any of the ale.. at the front door' of

and for the further purpose of having Florid. accordln. the official plats The .. being; a..e at the the same to have been stolen. this"Iolat'n. be punished prvlelon.of Houss, In Klsslmmee, Osceola County,
hVT other power of a Special Tax recorded. among; the date of the Issuance of n 6. Who ever violates any .bal Hundred
fl.d He.t fine not Three I will sell at
a public for
School District under. the constitution2nd of Orange County. Flor In the name of Osceola Co. Unless provision of this Ordinance shall bepunished Dollar or Imprisonment not exceeding Florida hand to the highest outcry and Lost.
of not more than ch
redeemed fine
and thence Northeasterly by a
of Florida said
lawn rUbIO .Ionr
Ortlct. thirty days. following tract of land sit-
VVHKREAS: the Board has made an Street seventy-five feet according; tax deed will issuethereon Five Hundred (no.OO Dollars or Imprisonment Section; 11. Any ordinance or parts Ilddfri In Oeoeola .

investigation and found and determlnid Northerly corner of said Lot Four on the 10th day of December, of 10r. than sixty of ordinances In conflict with the provisions Florida KI.lmm.e. County, .

that said petition ,. In compliance. of said Block Fifteen; runSoutheasterly A. I>. 1813. J. L. OVER8TRIE. C60) day. of this ordinance shall and Lots S'* of Block I of N. F1.. ,

with provision of law cov.rnln.conoltdatlon along the .dlyldlnl line f'urt. Read a first time In open session the same are hereby, repealed.b R* 1 of Block 1. S, 7.
upon .
of cntl.uou tax.rhool between Lot three and said O.eeol. Florida and by unanimous consent placed Section 2*. This ordinance shalltake t, 10. It, of ..
and final passage I. Ro
districts. Block Fifteen a Distance of eighty.eight (Circuit Court SI its second r..dln. effect on the 30th day of Novem O. Ae ,
said dl.trlct are con feet; thence run 80utb..t.r1yparan.1 B II. Bullock. D. C. and p..d. this 3th ber. 41-tt OARRE. .

tIKUOUH. WIEIUiAI to Church Street a distance of U-G_- daY of Nov_" A D. a first time and by unanimous. - Spa
WHWRKA8 the Board ha. found and seventy-five feet to Drury avenue; IN TII COUNTY JUI>UIB S COURT IN Attest: B. B. DOUGHTEN.J. consent placed upon $ts second readIng NOTICE or AMO. -

that the signatures to said thence run Northwesterly .lonl Drury FOR 011" VOUNTYiTATIfl R. GILBERT. City Manager. and final and unanimously

(determined genuine, and that the Avenue elghty-elght ;ht feet placeof OK FLORIDA SEfLfuty for City Mar. passed this p..e. of Nov. 1982. I I. hereby given that pur-
signers petition to said are In each beginning. Said land being; a part In Re: Dyra M. Oullea, ( Attest: DOUOHTEN. NOTICI Final Decree entered on the
elector who pay a tax of Lot Four of the said Block -, this 3th day of Nov. A. D. U B
qualified Fll..n deceased.CITATION Approvt GILBERT. J. R GILBERT, City 1& sth day of October, A. D. lS12.iri.t.
..real and personal property in and situated In and part of the Jl. A. a Deputy for City Mgr. Circuit Court of Osoeola County. Flor-'

on the Hpeclnl Tax School District for5h1'h half of Oovernment Lot Four of Sec To: George W. Guiles. MayorCommissioner.An (SEAL) Ida In Chancery Docket No. 146. In

they have subscribed and who ton Twenty-two Township Twenty- Washlncton. this Ith day of Nov., lltl. suit of City of Klsslmmee, a
resident In said Special Tax School fve South of Range Twenty-nine East Oull. ordinance prviding rules andregulations Appro'e A. B. GILBERT.41St Complainant
are subscribed Tallahassee Meridian was filed on driving. Kunlelpl Corprato
District for which they have Seattle. Washington.U for ; MayorCommissioner.NOTICK In the tract
\ and who are resident In said Special the Bth day of Octoher. A. D. tl. In I.. Guile riding; and parkingof motordrivenand of land hereinafter Respondents
Tax School District and that more the above Court by Agnes Aberdeen Washington. other vehicle on the streets f OF t deerlbe

than one-fourth of the qualified electors ews against you and others YOU AND. Ben B. Guiles, the City of Kttstirrrrvei ..inj pr.scrtb- SAI.I. A. IX ;IIad rnh' IO 'b-i \

taxes as aforesaid and EACh OF YOU ARP HEREBY COMMANDED Aberdeen Washington.Mrs. penalties. therefor. NOTICE I. hereby given that pur. sale, at the of
p.ylnl aforesaid In each of said to .pp..r said cause on T. R. McDonald In. It ordaln.d by the CltCommis- scant to a Final Decree entered on the I House In Klsslmmee Osoeola County.

r."I..t have subscribed the said the Srd day of December. A. I). 1921. Macdowall. Saacatchewan Canada. sion of the City of KI..lmme. Florida 13th day of February A. I). 1923, In the Florida. I will sail at public outcry, for,

S I 14,11. Witness the Honorable C O. Andrewa Mrs. J. A. Davis. : Circuit Court of Osceola County Florida cash In hand. to the and be.bidder .

I pet NOW. THRREFORR. np IT RESOLVED as Judge or the above Court and Portland. Oregon Section I. That every person driv In Chancery, Docket No. 1344, In the folo.ln.tract of land *lt-

by the Board In my name ..Clerk thereof and the fcealof Elisabeth Guiles or rIding any motor driven or oth the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City a wits ,In County,
Oaceola County, Florida said Court on this the Eth day of Unlontown. Penn.ylanla. Inl vehicle on the .tr..t of the Cityof Municipal Corporation. Complainant viE Oco1

.Iructon.election b held In each of October A. I). 1913J I AND TO . IEHCNH INTERESTED : 1 Klsslmmee ob..rv. the following *.... All parties Interested In. the tract Florida Lt Block 10 of N. W. Bass Re '

nnlri existing; School Districts $ L. OVER8TRRT5T. IN THE H .: rules and regulations: of land hereinafter described RI.pond'i' Dlv. Block 1. I. t t. 1, 3. I,

Nos. 4. trcTat of Osceola4'oiit As Clerk of above Court. DESCRIBEREAL ESTATE Rule 1. Kvep to the right of the cilIa. that on the Srd day of "( . 10, I.I of Ross Addition.
)'. .' da>' of (Circuit Court Seal) NOTICI Is hereby given to you and street. A D. 1923. during the legal hours of G. P.

November A . the purposeof JOHNSTON A. OARRETT.Klsslmmve .ach you, that William Landliia. as Rule 2. Keep to the right of the sale at the front door of the Court '. 49-2t OARRET..t.t.I
Illa. Spl.1 ..
determining: Florida. admlnl.lrator of the Estate or Byron street In p.rmltnK: another vehicle. to House. In Klsslmmee Osceola County. I
No 1. Whether the said districts Council for Complainant. 4SNOTICK t M duties deceased has filed a, Petition oveitake and the overtaking; I wil sell at public outcry. for NOTICE OF ALB.

shill bo consolidated and beceine In the above styled Court ..tUn. vehicle shall pass to the left of the .nlb l'lorlda. to the highest and best
shixle Special Tax School District TO fHEIMTOIte.Court forth that there are debts vehilsovertaken.: : the folo.ln.tract of land sit NOTICI] ''is hereby given that pur

No !. Who shall be the Trustees I. at the Co...,Jwdce. OsceolaC and owing; and that the personal Estate Rule 3. Left-hand turns at street hl.d.r.l"l. In KI..lmm.e. Osceola County.Florida ". Decree entered on the
proposed consolidated ,district .t r. .$t... Florida.In Is Insufficient for the purposes fliavlnu corners where such turn. are allowed vis: tilt day of October A. D. 1913. In th*.
of\o 3 The number of mills of dlsIrlit re Estnte of Wllhelm Schmidt Deceased the said and that It Is shall be made by 101nM around thcenter A 8 of A. C. L. Ry Blks 10 II Circuit Court of Oaceola County For.

tax to be levied and collected an- necessary for an order to take possession point of the Htr..t Int"r..cton.. & I of W A. Patrick's Add. Ida In Chancery Docket No. .
for the A. D. 1H14 and To all Creditors. LeKalces. OI.lrlbut.. or the following real estate as assets Rule 4. RiKht-hand .lr..1 1 G P. OARHlT.4.2t th. suit of City of Klalmm a

lual. ) 1935. wIthin.arl the proposed ronMolld.ited and all Persons ha\lnv ClAim. or for the payment of debts and corners where such turns me allowed Speia! . Municipal Corporation. Complainant I
district for the exclusive use nennnd. ag-alnst said Estate charges due and owing. viz.l.ots shall be made close to the righthandcurb vs. All parties Interested In, the tract

of the ,public free ".hool lr..r. You. iind each of you are hitebno On. ti( ). Two (Z). Three.(8). at said .orner. NOTICE OF of land hereinafter described. f..pond.
: IT FURTHER (hatthe titled and required to present any Four (4). Five (5), Six ((6), Seven Rule 5. At all street Intersectionsv -- .L& that on the Ird day of

itt Hoard estimates the inlllag-e required clftlms "," demands which you orclutter (7)> and Eight (8) of Block Number .. approaching on the right have' NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant ). 1933 during the legal Delmb.'I

to be levied for Ih. yeals AP. \ r\i may h"v. against the estate One Hundr'd and the right of way over aplrond.lng to a Final Decree entered on the sale, at the front (

t'24 and A. D 1926 i In nald I".p..eo uf Wllhelm Schmidt ""la.t.IRI. ( I 42). Also: Lot Thlrt'.n (lI ides on the leftKulo Sit day of D 1923. In the House. In Kleslmmee ob.ob"o T.
,| I District In the event Cha of Klttnimmee. Oscenla County. Fin, 1 lila Block Number (91)). 6. Before stopping the dr".r Circuit Otob.r. A Florida I will sell at publlo outcry for
otiMollilated O.e.ol.
-!'! ,,lection I Is r.v.rahl. to bn to th' nndrtxlKiied Admlnlst rntrlx of AI... I.t. Five (5). Six (6), Seven of nnvehl<' shall give a slKlial liyliolillnK In Chancery, Docket COlnl.FlorId& c".h hand to the highest and best I
ttuid mills. said eMnte within two )"l art Com thedate <7) and Eight (8) of Block Number ) out his hand to warn any vehicle the suit of City of Klsslmmee, a bidder, the following tract of land situate

rs the electionIn h. reofDnt. Two Hundred all being behind him that a stop Is to be Corporation Complainant, In Klsslmmee. Osceola County.

111.: IT H.ROI.\I.\I Tax No 4 <1 St ilit| 11th I A l".123 1 In the Town of Bt(001. OsceolaCountv made. This signal shall also be genwhen | vs Municipal. All parties Interested. In. the tractor l'lorlda vis: '

-.... I H".dRI at l.h.,1 11.,11 polllnuu : "I'ILC'IM (.T. j'lo"lda according I. the R 1".ro."hlnl a corner where a land hereinafter d..crlb.d._R."o.nd. .t. I, 4. 1 & T of Block 1*' of'
ill !h. r"I'Ilnl
-I. :_ 1.10 i4..asS N. F. Baas Re. Sub. of Elks 11.. I.
. ... I 40-tt Plat of filed by tuin mad. ents. that on the 3rd day U.c"mber.
I" School- ItulldliiK- In KISHlmmeUK .- nole 1..0 I m.I Inveatinent Compart Rule 7. Noehlcle snan "turn.un < h. A. D. during the legal hours 6, 7, 8. 9, 10. 14 .1 of Ross Add

High: IT FritTHER ItKHolA'i r.ll I tlirfl., '0'1 i.: OK .*.('Vt.\TION roit T\ v. any street to go In an opposite dliec- sale .191.Ib. front door of the CourtHouse GARRET.HIt

llrattoli. KI.. VniiH A Knew., ttuui| DKKn.NOTIcn AlsoLot : except nt Int.r..ctlon. In Klsstmmee. Osceola County. M..r.
\ N '. nn lnspe<'tnta and Hum IS I" IUInl'I N. Thai, NtgitiyfivsSi) of Section ton V All persons vehicles Florida, I will sell at public outcry, for
!1"11.1.. Jr Clerk be nnd iIu.r. ."\ I H Tbttck't, pur Tax C ".rlttllIlte Thirteen i 113)) In Township TweniaIx shall ubev the directions arty Iol.e. cash In hand to the highest. and best NOTICE) ..ALI
1. and appointed I tos .NO 3":1:i 3d.. sn 30;. son, (l11t teil t- lIt) South. Range Thirty mnn or traffic officer to ..lh"r bidder, the following of land situate -
> tIcrIb! ,>' .."lnRI.d I .. .1" ,,. \ D 1K21, has b atop tr.c NOTICE Is hereby given pursuant -
nnd Clerk Ii's|* j thth thIs or c3.)) East. according to the Plat of 01 fro nnd If directed ) In Klsslmmee, O.c.ol" County, tha
.ian 1..I.r.| Si hoot DlHtilMN lll< ul.l' ri I tt.a I. In nioffice and the .. Land & Investment shall Htop back of the street crossing Florida via: to a Final the.
tH < i l\ of Special < l for tax teed to cross the 1 of N. F. 8th day of D. In the
tints in.icle .|"pll'nt1| Company's (In Incorporated) SubdlMalon so that pedestrians tony Lots 1 to 5 Inc. of Block A 11.
4. KURTIIKR R. that iHsue. In a..< with law Hatdeertin of said Section Thirteen stleet whileelilile tr.rn. Is heldAlso Bass Re. Sub. Blo.kl I. 3. E. C. 7. Circuit Court of O.c..ol.Countr' Flor

liiIT.:.l.c-tion i In Special Ta I"I.\I 1.1101 DIsii ..tit. s embiuie. the rol"wlnl,diiorth..t I IS). Situate In 0..01. County. Ihal obey). directions as marked 8. 9. 10. 14 & 16 of Ross Add. ida. In Chancery. Dcket .. In
ih be held follow p""I"r) .luRI.c II FlorldtiTUKREFORR. on signals standards or posts Dated November 13th, 1923G. the suit of City KI.llmm. a

i N. f. .h.1 "". towit.r..l.r Couim Florida 10-1: >ou and each of you Rule. 9. All vehicles must stop .. P. GARRETT. Municipal Corpraton. Complalna"t
1 INK 1111.IC ;School House. I>ots 1. 4. S. I n.1 i i lot 2 In Block I and all other interested areherchv that the sidewalk will be to the night Special Master. vs. All trat.
RESOLVED that I : ..IH It. Id In lllock 2. lot I i to IM |, ,commanded I.r.on. appear before of the driver when the stop Is made 4t.Z of land hereinafter d..erlb.. Respondt. '
HI! IT FURTHER 3, Lots 1 and Kto be not more eatS. that on th* 3rd day December
Haas II VI'm Ik to 2; I lit RI..k line. nt Osceola County and saidchtcle must OF MALE.
J A 1 Itsrela3. David. and 1,,nno. 1'aitlnHI . ,t. as Inspectors ;IIIorlda. Il. 17h be .. at the front door of the CourtHouse
Compaflhfluhdtvlsion must not :
parallel .1.
Kloililn s.I. If any
6. show and If that
be nnd they are I.r.b> nnin- U.1 :2. cause parked NOTICE) Is hereby given pursuant Osceola
vehicle In Klsslmmee, County,1
to the
No.1.Th. feet
\'rk. In- why said should closer than three entered on the
mat. and. appointed Clerk to r..p.CI".I l.rv. as>'. of said land bi-lnn said a..d certificate at the In I >not.. be have rant.d. 1.tlo. Imm.dlat.\ in front of the vehicle so. Kth day to of a Final October Decree A. D. 1123, In the Florida hand I will' to sell the at public outcry and Lit for,
of Judgeof Flor ca.b
a"'I"r. 5 date Countv
No as County
WiTNESS by Osceola
District parked. Court of
School nam.
..I IT Tax FURTHER RESOLVED that the name of nul Bass. Unless said Osceola County. Florida at Klsslmmee. Rule 10. A more slowly movlnl vehicle Circui, Chancery. Docket No. "5. In bldderl the following, tract of land sit
UK: ls* b. redeemed "..ordlnl together with the Seal of m office shall keep as close al of aMunicipal In KI.lmm.e Osreola County
of City
Hnecl suit Klalmm.
In .rII141. ) the A t
.lerttnn ;
the ; ; peel will Issue th..r.on A. hand curb. so as to allow vis;
II.a. of the right
the Ilw. 1 this the 5th day Nov.mb.r. to
trlrt Nn &. shall be "t'II the. 24th day of November. A. D 123. moving; vehicle as free passage Corpor.ton. Compla'nant t of' Block 14 of N. P:,
, Ins p.lln" place, to..I: .... J. OVER8TREET. I). 192.Rlgn"d) T. U COMER. a as the Ifet. vs. All In1 Bass Re Sub. of Block 1. 3 I, 4VT, ,.

1IIIArd' )-.. RF.HOIA'Rn that L Circuit Cn.rt. I County Judge of Oaceola S.eUon'\o..lbl. tn be unlawful to of lad hereinafter on the d..crlbea I.: .9, 10 14 .II of ROM *iLa.I. .- "
Osceola County. vehicle except In accordancewith bare: .b'
I1J 1 hours
(I. Austin J. II. Smith and C. C.hat. County. Florida park any curb and A. IttS. during 41-St Special Master .
8ean4'lt the
J' Circuit Court marking; on the CourtHouse .
( the of
Fred Harveyas front door '
and at the ,
.. Inspectors Bullock. I). C. where .
be and they are hereby nom By 8. H. IN THE COt'KT OF TIlE COUNTY street pavement. provldlhl In Klsslmmee Osoeola County. '
r l1..rk. appointed to serve as Inspectors JI'IHIK. ONCKOLA COINTV. sTAtic there Is no such parking Florida I will sell at publlo outcry, for ,ITOTICM or .4LI
In.l.d NOTICK OF APPI.ICATIOX Foil TAX be parellel to the curb. and best 'I'
respectively- OF FLORIDA. i cash In hand, to the highest
Clerk '
and No. L. DKKIt.NOTIcR In Ret. Estate of Miles Mack deceased. S. It shall be unlawful to the tract of land sit NOTICI Is hereby. given that pur
ppeclal Tax School District that 18 HEREBY OIVRM. That CITATION ;., .,.' park. any vehicle for more than one bldd.rj In folowlnr Osceola County Final Decrte entered on the

uit\ 111 IT "UnTIII 1./1.11 Q. M. Martin and C. II. Oarbett. purchaser To Olive M. Mack. ." o, "':tf''KM J1c. !". hour at a time between 8 A. M. and. vis KI..lmme.: I Sth day of October A. D. 19SS. In the.

th of I'ublo proposed of Tax ( No. *802. dated Lynn Haven. Florida.StIll. ..- -. 10 P. M. on Broadway from Stewart Florida to < Inc. Block 1 of N. F. Circui Court of O.cola.Count Flor
lion cause a notice a week the 7th day A. D. 1920, has Newman. to Dakin Avenue and no vev Bass Re. Sub. Blks. 1. t. I 6, 7, 8, Chancery. fck.t 1411; In
flection to biv published office and .. <.H_ one_ hour Ads. tot City A
weeks In The filed said certificate In my 83 Woodlawn Ave.. niCle I1MVIIIK -au . nor 9. 10 14 of Ross the suit KI.llmm.
for four con..cutv. ... a newspa has made application for tax deed to Norwalk. Ohio on Broadway; and bavln. departed &1 O. P. GARRETT. Municipal Corporation. Compl.lnant'I n

KI.lmm."I..y the County of Issue In accordanci' with Isw f4nidcertIficate Run F. Mack. shall park again In th. Bnm. block until 48-2t Special Master. is All parties Interested described.
tier publ.h.d embraces the following 'de- HOlevelniid. . hour d.purtu'e.l.cton of land hereinafter Respond
rrculatlon E 83rd
general lulls on. aCer
< > a situated In Osceola be unlawful for : 3rd day of December.A. .
. H<. h"'lnl scribed property Ohio. 4. I.NOTICE OF SAI.B. ents that on
tlirouirh 'ou"ty.I" otheretilcle usedfor the legal hour of
that Count Florida to-wlt Mack. dray or V. 12. during
IT KURTHRR 11101.\'gl Robert B' Addition Clara 1" palk on Broadway Is hereby given that pursuant front door of the CourtHouse
I said SW <4 110.k1. 11" 191! K StCle heavy hnolnlo NOTICE .al. th.
of IniHot to b. 13rd otherehicle the Osceola County.
th r"i in fol- ' clt} lhloCudi A or to a Final Decree entered on Klsslmmee
,.lerlloii .h,1 be substnntlalU, us The .n 1.1 land. beingnnsessed" nt thednte ( n-S\ .. Mack. used for tluk.heavy h.u'ln. h"r bv de- xtli day of October. A.I. HIS In the Florida I will sell at public outcry for

lowir 1.1.01. of isuittatieof fluid tlflriiteH In 19111. R ittrui St. tliied to inein 01" .ho.. capacity l circuit Court of . %. Florida rash In hand to the and b..t.

u..I.1 'I. lift the name of .\ 1 Ia illS tTniesH snldcertlflcntea Cleeland.. Ohio. more than one ton. or Olt .hi>.. total In Chlc.ry. Docket No 145.., In bidder the following tract of land Bit-

tuIuTlt1cT I .h,1 be r'd .nied m'urd. Hoaid of Hotm. MiSHleiis and \ lenKth from the extreme front end the suit Ciy of Klsslmmee. a uate In Klsslmmee. Osceola County
fPK.fl. TAX MIU'OJ will IMHII" then on The riiir endy the I I Ion, Complainant i Florida vlx.Lots .
Inc Inw d.,1 Kxtrnaloti of the Methodist (IB the 'xl"'m. In..III Municipal Corpora
IN . \X 1101.l'IHTHIC'TI of A. l lIS23 I'. Church 1D2 I Interested 111 tin- tract 2 to 7 Inc. A Lot 13, Block'A'
.. diiv exceeds
1:1.1':1'110: 4. ",. AM I> a, SUVKM1IFU t- in 1 the 26th J I.. OVEUSTHEirrClerk No."h.r. I l*:,ttsi'(.pal Cttuich. Philadelphia I I 1..1 If "nm f It .h,1 be II"h.N.unlawful to of vs land All parties hereinafter desci'tbed. le..on.l. of Boswell Re-Sub Dlv. of Lot

NT". 'I.IIIA i HHM' I cull Court.SK 1'"n.'I'a"'R.. ( ITIIIR: PERSONS INILIinSTED l> 1..1".\. vehltle stiet-l i.ieilt i ents that on the 3rd day of" 15, 1'njne A Payne Add.
2411.. \ U2. 1 HRRBIVAFTRRDKSCRllinil 1 -whiti.vty 1.lw..n 1923. during; the legal I hours ofsale O. P OARRBTT. ,
( M.) I IN IIi l.: within <1.1..1. A. D .
Flr.4 HrMtlon .bIU..I I ttnl\I I'lui, I"ii.4Rt I Ii of the Court Special Master.XITICM
,II I i is O.c."I. C. I ItKAL ESTATENOTICK HIIH..t and "llrl". ..". at the front door 49-2t -
iliHlutttour i ( 1..II"1 w IU s H. lul..I. II. C : heretsy toou andejich shall have a 1.1 light continuouslyburninK biousslit Klsslmmee., Osceola County -
lofiur.t I h. 1>oposlt 1.1 -- -- "C. ". as Florida I will sell at public outcry for OF SALK.
-. ..-. .. .kuwM. \. ,1111 'hlle.> __ -- SEVnNTKRNTH of >'ou, that O..rK. Norton be unlawful' for the ld.I bestbidder
MilesMntk 6 I han".to
CMtCl'IT Cf> in THIC I administrator of the Estate of Se< tl of Snei'lBl Tax IN \ Xnf K .itllui six Feet v. land tit- that pur
II lit .: .IoaUon Jl'I flRr-'Tfr, | > deceased with the win aniti-xed. nnveblile to parK the following I. herebyglvoa
H. ""I R I .)NC' ..1 C >uitiy. IOTICF entered on thahth '
SSill..ll ? f lii.UVrt NTTi: (ii' F"III.IS AVI IIHH lilt.d n 1'etltlon\ the aboe a fire plug.Section for uate In Klssimmee Final Decree
-'IIKI. P|>e.''lnl Tnx_ School .I 1'10\1.1 TlP t'l tJNTY L\. INt'iItNCIItY setting forth that It In necea- 7 It shall he unlawful. vi.:: day of October. A. D. 1933. In the
;- Special THR M\UDE fitAFlIE14. ..' I. real estate the driver of any vehicle whl. the l'lorlda.I to 12 Inc. of Block 6 or N. F. Court of Osceola County FlorIda
IAI consolidation ACINES take posaestimitt .r l.h
INBT ; '
School Districts 4 nuuul *. In her own right, Complatnnnt Hat )render I. effective the provisions of Hald v.hl.l. parked on any Blr."l lists He Sub bilks I. 2. 5. t.1 7. 8. Chancery Docket No. 1414, In
Tax to .
Intn a 51111(1lIpectal 1-i. lehool, \.5. KISI IMI':": LAND COMPANY. n the will and codicil and that It Is iiec- In Klselinmee. anil ;while saidehicle the engine. 9, 10. 14 A IS of Ross Add th. suit of City of Klsslmmee, a

Districtnd --- I'lol Ida i'ortioratlon; it al. Ftespond- i.siarto Hll th. real estate for aatdputpoHi. Is rUI.IIK.; to leave who the competent G. P. OAHRFTT." . Municipal Corpraton. Cmplainant,
for order to tinlesH some 4it All
FOR an .
; \a .
PtIL"'ATI.N '. $ praying
jHetlnsi tihiiilledw i .1. 1111:1 /nd the follow I I n g real to drive Haldehlcle.. In the saidehlcle of land described Respondent .
of hereinafter,414flti.d IF
ho Nhall I I be Trust u.s.a" of i p ipon\ THI I': TI"I'! 1.0111Tn I HutnlIIIK I ohllil I I ,poBBvHHloii' effective the provla- \. during: the entire time the SOlICIt OF SI.K.NOTICK ,. that the ef December,.
etitirntiJfluii to
IfletrietVuit c'.mpIIIY. And .sial. r.nd. codicil vlxI driver Is 1923. nd nh'a legal hours of "
l'ennsIvnnla D
and A
In will
(3). Wilte Philadelphia isis the motor that
( ror Three vehicles, except given pursuant of the
buying lllock 34:: Section N hereby sale, at the
.om. of Al
.1 ID
of >our cbolc let. now thlH tbithis IIU. .ot Nine ( ) Is entered on the County.
10m. of candidate application for order 1 of Block 157: vehicles h'r. olh.rro'III"n to a Final Decree In Klsslmmet O.c.ol.
(15) '
on for hearing upon In motlon t .or A. D. 1923. In the forcash
-- to Klsslmmeo Iot FI"n Block 269.: whether xth day of October. I will sell at
nddiesaed ill Of Florida.
((1 :
I I cr
of publication
Countv. best
froinranydirection 't and
I..t SI..I. : visible
-- a F''Ida' corporation ((19) and Twenty .R'd.n carry a light: ;Clr.ul Court of In In hand to the t
-- Landompany Lots 1456.
I..t. sunrise Docket No. land situate
<: from (Chancer tract
It sunset .
of the
; to the terms (211)). lllock 266; Id. aMunicipal bidder, f"lo.lnl
-I-d ( .
airslloa .uhmittrdt puimjnnt madeltr'ltcr Every motor operated suit of City of KlBslmniett Osceola County
hating Cloud. Oaceolu Section v.hlc. the In
COM it of St Kholmn.
of mills "f I.Iolrl.t S 2hOI mid' the All of the Town I. the of COnpIRlnait.VB .
Whit number fullndvlsed > according tot or driven upon vi.:
and Florida ; Corpor.ton. "
be letled and fI"'I..1 estlxntlon bdno Conrit be provided with In. the tract 'Iorld. 'A' of Boswell Re- '
tax shall ; complainant IH entitled I.tiid A Invert msittCompany. Klsslmmee. Ih.1 All of lllock
for .ul..II.I ,. tlntls that ItIs Hemlnolc of In good worklnl order land hereinafterdescribed. Respondent lot Lot 16. I'ayne tc. PayneAdd. .
annually ,. ...l I)l t5. amh Order for publication Incorporated) Plat Rd.quat. of Sub Dlv. of
II I h" '.posed "1.,1 I 1 to and you. theKlsslmmee and 8urlc'l.nt to vehicle that on the 3rd day of n.c.mb.r. !
.' "r I.uh.Iin I thereupon O..r.l. the said Town. In the legal hours OARRETT.
irtit for the xelui "" are hrel at when the same A D. 1933. during O. P.
Cr..' Land In the above ALSO:: Hundred' and Ten (110) use and an adequate horn or other sale at the front door of the Court. 49-2t Special Master.NOTSf .
estitiurutis I h.. mIIRI" connnaiided to appenr l..ots One sufficient under In Klsslmmee Osceola Countv.Klorlda.
iTbe BOR.1 . D. Ro,1; tause which a suit In quiet and One Hundred and Fifteen device for alKnatnK. warniaptiif House. outcry for
A. !- styled to- timely I will sell at public
> .r ( 15)) all conditions OF .
I In K
>nsolldsted Rule day O."pmb'r. of Section and best
p vehicle .LI
the (115) thcht..n
proposed ( highest
title on the
A I). 1H2S In said of December. D.19SS. South the approach of the motor cash In hand to
be HWrVJfln I L the Sid, day Township Twenty-six ( from onehalf tract of land situate '
district to 1' wit the period the
anti nctlon This order Thirty-one East.nrcordtnK and shall during bidder. rolo.lnl Is hereby given that pur. ,
and d.r.I,1 of Range II after sunset to o"halth.ur In Osceola Crunty. NOTCJ the -,
once a week the Land hour Final Decree entered on
published to S.mlnol.
figure of number of mil. .h,1 consecutiveweeks (In* sunrise display at least Florida vis. lu.nt A. D. 1933. In theCIrcuit
not to of four and Investment Company's b.ror. front and A. C. U R In Block 4 sth day of Ocob.r.
the of
that y.I wish levied .. for th. period ItseimmiiValleC <)asette subdivision of the two lighted lamps on All E. ) County Flor1.1 -
The ) The
In corporated the rear of such vehicles of Ross Add No. 146. In
) published Docket

,,5 t.1_ _mil..______Mills.RH RESOLVED that In the. n CountIn weekly newspaper which the said suit said Sixty section((60)Eighteen of Section(13)Lot Twenty-six T..nh.- one light at on of least the front two hundred lamps shall feet be In vlsllile ttt'direction !I' .. G P.Hp"c.1 OARRFT.. the s. In suit Chancery.of City of Klsslmmee. a

FURTHER .I Corporation. Complainantv.
IT ((89). Township vehicle Municipal '
motor I
this resolution be published part was 1""lluI"I. ORDERED at Oilando of Range Thirty (30) In which the .. All parties Interested.
(26) South I .__ .
1X> AN\ A. be provident NOTICK OF 9AL.R. I ,._..,. '
of call of notice of .1..t.n. Florida Hth! day of October. I East acordlnl to the Seminole Is proceedingand ..hal other device of land hereinafter described. ,
or December
ANDRKVV8. Company'sIncorporated with Srd day of
dimmers the
LlfTIO. 1 ZS. C. O Lund al. the efficient In protecting; the drlnr.of \- NOTICE I. hereby given that pursuant ents.J.t on legal hour of
OF If I the above Court of equally 1913. during the
of )
>5 IOU' CONC"RN. .udI' ( lubdlvl.lon vehicle traveling; In an opposite to Final entered on the A. of the Court
TO IT MAY .6.4 (29) a a at the front door
given that pur.uant said_I _lecUo. Twenty-nine dlr.ctlon.'h.n dimmers are used, Bth day of October D. 1923. In the .al. Klaslmraee. County

Notice I. hereby which 'a. sdopted ) Circuit Coutt 17th Judicial CircuitIn AI.HOLots (31). of SectionThirtyOwe same shall. be applied_. before the motor .- Circuit Court of O.ola County, Flor House. In I will sell at Ocla for
to resolution or In County. Florida. In Thirty-one .. Iwo hundred_ No. 1467. In Florida.I tr: "to' dY best
comes Chancery
Public Instruction Osceoln Township Twen- veiiicis In Dktt to the
the Hoard or and for (*5) In an oppoalte Ida a cash In
at its SpecIal Citrus Development Thlrtv feet of any tra".ln. suit of City KI..lmm.. tract of situate '
of Range v.hle. the
Count Chancery: Je..1 (36) South other bidder, -
.ol. 2lth. A. I). and existing ty.Ix (heRemlnole 1 Municipal Corporation. Complainant lolo.lnc County. r
October oricanlved to
- held on Co.. a corporation of (30) according arranged In. the tract In KI.hnme.
this the State Eat It shall be so Interested
m..tnM 10 of used All
I. laws InvestmentCompany's device la vs. .
or which under the and p.rte. Respondents Florida :
? a special election wil '. held Florida. Complainant Versus: John ( Incorporated) subdivision that the rays of the lights attached shinemore of land . described of December. Lots 11. II. 1$. 17, 1* .10 Block '
Bill to Quiet ( shall not the 3rd dar Lot
noto. Districtso : motor that on Sub. of
Thirty- said v.hlc. .
of Special Tax Flor- Fay, et al. Respondents The Stale of said Section to from the ground 1123. duringthe legal hours ofsale "B" Boswell R* DI..

*. 4. B. and e. Osceola Count A. Title Order of Publication A. Van Voast as five (36). Situate In Oc..olaCoun- than four of two hundred fet A. D., at the front door of the CourtHouse 16 Payne A PTn. .
t4- on ibs 34th day -' of Florida to: James You Florida at a dl.tan" Osoeola Cousin I GARRE. 0
N. Y tv. of .. motor y.hlcle In Klsslmmee. 8 "
I d.termine the folowllK of R h.n..tady. and each you ahead for 42t cl .
) 1.11. to to you carrying outcry
Trustee at nubile
sell ,
All will
required I
THEREFR1 10. I Florida. '
tb. commanded Interested Section veblc. Lit _
question.:: Flr.t. b. are hereby of A. p.r.on. lumber. tnat.rtalextending In hand to the highest and _
and D.c.mb.r. before cash
on.oIidatd Srd day ladders pIp .
b. the
shall the land sit- KOTICK.K.
on over trs.ct.ot
appear eommandt more following
"I.trlct PI. Complaint fl.dIn County. three the
School of
HY .Ingl.Who Special shall Tax b. the Tru.- D. 111. to the styled Rill causeWitness me at K.lmm. day Osoeola of December.A. rear .f. of the boy of the velole bldd.rl In KlMlmmee, OCI County notlee that by .mutuat .
above give
S.cond. flag t
O. Andrews Florida on a This .
f. 1th vlsi
Irlo : the t here
I* any during
dl.lrl.t the aad oause. shall .orlda I of N. th*' ,
of 1ropo.ed cn.oldatt district the above Court D 1113. should not not lees than 144 aa.r.Inch to 11 Inc. ef Block agreement pawrlp aid.
of containing;
Third. annuallY 'a* Judg-e Clerk and thnofficial you have why said I.UtOI .. on the rear end of th. mat.r1 F. Bass Re. Sub. Blkaj 1. S.Jd.2,7.9. Infers. ." .. A J11 .
I.a to b. levied and collected } uU and my name a* th.r.ot day of be frranted.WITNESS. Judge at night display a t. 10. 14 II of Rose J. Keen was ..h '
A. U. and A..P V seal th..or. my Countv and .b.1 lea than P 19M- i HI.I'
the JtJ4 nam.. not
years ,. OARRE.IIt
XI1m.m. of the 0 ___
at _
within the proposed con.oldated pub November. A. D. Clerk. of Oeoeola County. Florida of my office place fa. _pla' -. <-. .'
trtct for the exclusive u. J. OVERTREET. together the 100 feetBectlon- be t* : ?
L n.1 wlb November AD IL It .".U unlwfl -
lie free school thereof. The plUnl (CL Ct. Seal) this tbe 5h 4 of I any cut-out .. one* or tt. Jot* Department' en':torn _
with as. snotor-drlren *>
lacea In each ve d- t.
ClerK are .XDIED """ T. L. liar apparatus, oa kln4o' Job prlatlns;. you.
Inspectors FOR CKIR |oat '
respective of the t... or APPLICATION (s.n. hicle i. .I given'that pun f > 1 00G . _
NOTICE Judge .
attached copy toeorat. )
the .
tated In Seal be HCI entered
) OD
( net
Cu. L lwfl ,
.I Florid a .
Beetle '
of October. That County. I a. D. M ? 4.
'uUon.. This the 14th day QIVBN. .n the Pa +*,***** I I -
\ ,Ii A. NOTICE! IS of Tax Certificate $*, t a' 'tl"F. .I Ot A D 1.1. .11 u. Job D.szti< U.

:i D ana H M JA TZ R. M. Dyer, purchaser tth day of June. TlkaoNoUosttNatfl,>w41l"aklr the City e JI.IIwlt.a. ten.*frItl. e..r e( J : GaitttU daisy .
In- 10'. I at aa, Ho 11. Print .
of BoardL of No. 'said'certificateInmy M .pe streets ..1eaId.ciyet 144. t h '
Chairman either ,
u2 soon tl.fe ,' the salt' .ef City ei" X.- t Cih ) .
Fionas..C. 1M1 fortax the. ,
strvetlon. OceeU Conntst.. ., A. D. application o.?:tor I we speed ef more thaw };
i office and hear In Circuit -t"8, Olp.U-. tract p' ' . ..v't' .
. J,TOWI to Issue la o"an'lt" at asUng cr ralleaper hoar.. < e L" MUle. I 'fClMUt, .r
U" <
H 40 Oeeeela Couaty In L It aheOl unlawful hereinafter de.0db.d.fle5OO4sdbat 4 Ada ,
I .
art.l. ofot. omlr. of ApL Beetles) of land Gsg t ; .
law. 0 M .
$ .
,. .t..lfOla' '.o* nvay then t. *oiatm _,' vhle4a that' *> ,r ' \ *'
; rb4 Cirn. & ,
f.r'th twiflK to.wltI : "
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oTlti OF %LK.KOTICB of land *hereinafter' d.. cri..d. Respondent shorten the distance considerably between .' r.owlww -' ., J0. .

,In'. hereby given that punt A p.. that 192t.on durlnir the 3rd tho of, Decembern hours of Orlando and the east coast by I I '. ...

mint to a Y1ntILecr. entered on the sale. at.. the front door of the Court [[AGRICULTURAL POINTERS]J JJ. the Melbourne route and would result 'nv '
nth day of October. A. D ItSt. In tho Huune. In Klsslmmen, O..ceola County. ; in thousands of cars paaalnpr Our Groceriesare
Circuit Court of O c, >la County K>or. ,Florida. I will sell at public outcry for it of the of time'
account saving
Ida,' In Chancery Docket' No. IU8. In cash lu hand,' 10 the blithest: and b."cblcld..t1 COUNTY AiENT.' on .
the cult .of City of 'KlHatmmee, & the following tract of land sit- It QUNN wear of car and gasoline, to say

Municipal Corporation. Complainant n Klsslmmee. Osceula County, nothing of the. fact that it will traverse ,.
v. All pnrtlea Interested in the tract 'Florida' 'vli Osceola' county's first car of
: vegetables ;
section of
of land heretnfterdeeCrIbPJ) tteepotd.tnt. N. 4.;' of Lot SO of Fin. L. & I Co' for the northern markets this as fine a as good ..groceries and,'are sold .
.. that on the ll'd day of U..e..mb..r.A. Add can 'be found the\ soil for"mlle8 each on. I
.- I). 923. during the legal hours of n. v. (niiETT.. : season was shipped. Wednesday, and side of the proposed route being peculiarly .
...1... ''at the front door ot th. Court 4>-t SpeciAl Mall..r.I was one of the finest in quality that adapted to the successful the back if '
Houne In Klsalmme.., Onoeola County, has ever rolled from this section.Let's money' you are not sat
"'Iorld... I will will at publla outcry. for !\UTICI1 OK !! \UK.NOTICB such growing! citrus fruit and any character .
cash In hand to the hlgheiit and bout I keep it up as showings asthi of field crop or vegetable as wellas
bidder the following tract of Innrt 'situRte I If hereby R-."eii, that pur-i j will go: a long way toward putting running for several miles along1' isfied plane .
I In Klsslmmee, Oaceola. County. suant to a Final Decreeentered on the our county before the world asa and
"Florida vies! Hh lu>' of October. A. I). 1A23 In the Huccviisful trucking section and it the shore of one of tho Unrest
..- .H'B ReMib. : lakes in Florida. '
Loot II Block "A" Tloa < Circuit Court of 0..011eounl). Flor- most picturesque
Dlv. of Lot 15. PaynO<< it l 1.1., In Clmncery, Docket No. 1475. In'' alto means better markets for your .
ft is understood that the' comnissioners
Payne Aid. iii.suIt of City of Klsslinmee a own truck.
(j, P. 0nuTT. Municipal( Corporation Complainant, Just a word of warning about pack. of Orange county have long
49-Jt Special Master.OiI \s. All parties Interested In I desired! that the rteopTo of this district P.
: :
-- .-,------ uf I land he.ri'intiftcr ,lcscrlt.ii. : :"I'I ing and culling your truck for shipping R. PRIVETT '
build this nhort link which in t
\ ( V OK leA...-:. ents that on the 3rd dav of o.'mb"r. as a good many of our farmers ,
A. 1) '11'23. durlnw the 1. gttl! hours of are just starting into the trucking only two and a half miles, as they ..
NOTICE) lit htreby !wUcn thnt purxuant sal.ut the front door of the (' ,urt1l.iuCe. I would then have an outlet for the
: Be sure to put a good pack,
to a Klnal Decree entered on the . In Klssimmee. Onceoln County. I game up
Nth day of October. A. !II. 1P23 In the Florliln I Kill sell nt pul,lit' outcry. for leaving all the culls at home for road 1 they will build from Orlando of Phone 36
Circuit Court of O"ceola County. FVrIdn. ,'""h I In hand. to the tile heat and best I chickens! or hogs.! Grade your truck coming through a section of Orange
'In Chancery Docket No. 1467. In Lldd r the following tract. of land sitS i close, making two grades! if neCt'S'I'8.I'Y county that is subject lo the highest .
the null of City of Klanlnimee. a unte i In Klsalmnie<'. (Ic, eola CouiitFlm >. I' I state of
Municipal Corp.'a, tlon. ,'om plalnanl.'a. .Idn. vIa: You will find it will pay in the development.
'\ All parties Inli-r stPil. In, the tract H' la' of Lot f."> of. Fla l.nnd & Imp end. Don't pick anything until it is When' thin road is completedrtdit - - - - .
uf ,lund. herelnnft described. Uei pondnta. ('0. ,\d<1.. I fully grown or mature as it will not .surely will he, for there is no We C
,' that on the Srd day. of th-ei.mtier. < i P. \IWRTT I .
A. D. 1823; during the legal/ hour. or 4p.2t! t-peclal, :Mustt :'i carry veil, and the price will lie very in thil' district yet found to oppose
unla._ at 'hA ..nnt Hoop nf tile Court -- --- ------ low for immature shipment! it. Nureoossep! willome into its ,
H if.; ."... 1 n''i Kluslmmce I ;; : Osceolrt: CountFlorida. \'. \OTI< K OK 'X IL.K. All indications are that the price I rightful own and develop into one of .

I will ell at public outer and}'b.KlMdder. for -- will hold up well on truck and the principal cities of inland Florid,
.suh In haa' to the lilRheat nTCE Is h.r.'ljyglveii that pui Tax
the following tract of Innd niliinte chant 10.. Flnul Deer.... entered on the ably get better on some, so 'prob'l for it is! blessed by nature with every City Notice

In KlMlimm-e, o.ccoln: County.Florida stli day of (Octoli.. .\. It 1023. in the Jin a hurry to pick your truck advantage in the way of perfect health 1

Ivotn ,15 vis&: 16 Block 'A', noe".nIt" Circuit, In Court Chuncerv of 0"0)1'ounl Docket,) No 147fi'. FlorIda In-I Iili. it i is irady to ship. You are the one I conditions!, as> Rood soil as can tu .

Rub I>lv. of Lot IS. Payne & ... Hull of Clt). .of Klssimmee.I . a that will be the loser if you do. found in the state and n climate un-
I'II'ne Add Municipal%I Cnlpointlon Complainant When picking your truck take off urpa.d. being! practically immune
HP. OAHHKTT, M. All parti's IntirtBted In the tiuctt [the culls and carry them out of the from frost. tierauf-o of It* location on I Ir
9-Zt Special t land hereinafter dtscrllxd Responiltit -
; ' that on the 3rd day of Decemhct. held nnd if they 'can't be used de- I the cast shore of a body of water

>0'11('1J: OF" WALK.NOTU'K .\ 11 I "2:1.: .', II h<. It.til, haxiri. ofxnli I troy them. as! by so doing! you destroy 'nine. miles in length and *,'\en mile I The city tax books of Kissimmee, Florida will
-, at thi front floor. of I Ii. CourtHouse any insects", and di"eas>'e that iwide. Pot Narcoo'e'e hti.itoc1 < I ,
I I years
I" h..uh grlien thiit pui } In Klsalnimie .... ..0111 Cniinlv, I
.uant to a 1 >errc entered. on the* Kloil kin. I will ",,11..1 "iul>ll*' <>liti'i'N for may be on them and' thus! pl'ott.ct'yount.lf ,1 still it:' n a mo seldom, appear- be in the hands of the City Clerk and Tax Collectoron
'lh day of October. .\. II. 1123, In 'leIrcult niib In hanil to tht lilKlit'Kt and b.."t that much in the futuie inir in print. hut tho people' here hAM
Court of Owo.ola* Count, Plorda. 1I.hl'r the follow log tinrlf l.inl 'ltnit' A rrooil, farmerare 4
many having! 1\\\:11.111',1: to now life and! intend i iexeit to
In (Chancel ocket 1 No 1468. In In Klxslmmtf. I onieola 'oiintPI \'. and after Thursday November 1 1923 for the
the Hull of City. of KlMKlmmee a ..1 id". vizI trouble- with cut worms. in their fields. ? t then,' full force I to letting? t tin- ,

Municipal' Coi poratlon. .'omplainalll.t. I.otB 13 \ 14, Rloik V. Itoaw Ii We ian'1 keep t them from coming world know thaI ipnoi'tunities, advantages \l-
\ All partita lnt 'rist.d In. the tra< t l if>. Sub I Ilin.| of lot li. I'ltni. .'., hut we can kill them over night by and posMlnlitif" are hen4, Collection of Taxes for 1923. Five Percent Discount -
of land henlnafter described. Hcspond- .
_ _ that the 3rd daof l>.,c. lllie.. , "rat t ring cutVOttlt dope cer the for the hometeeker, t the investor mid
< nil) on I >.il .1 >s"\ 'nili- 1th) 1121i
.\. I' 1JI2S. dullhK the 'leKHl I ; I i1 i\RHirrr; Meld To niakt1 thin dope Use 20 i the i ,iiirist in greater abundance than I will be allowed for early payments, dating
*..1.! ., at the front door of the .n'b"1 j".2t Sji rlil Mast"r. pounds. of wheat bran or .shorts, I can lie found at any' other place inI

House Florida.In I "Kls ill Hell linm nt< e. public osceola 1---------: ---- -- : pound of 1'ariH. jjreen. 2 oiangeR' and I his wonderful "state Especially! is -"rom Thursday, November 1 1, to Friday, November

_ _ cash In hand. to thehighest and b,'ht 1I Wanted: cler.n) cotton raps; not enough sjrup to make the mixture thi_ t 111H' as rejrwnls" htiilth conditions ;
bidder the following.. tract of land situate I I merely trinjn.infjs or tltl'injZ'I-hut!! docent iweet to the lasThe bran andParis for a physician I4- cldom called ;HO; 1923.NO
In Kls..lmiii< Osceolu .iuiity.Florida ,
stuff to uo" for witching. roller! green should ho mixed thoroughly I here although we have n populntion -
Lot 13. 14 ff.; Block "1\'' 11'>.- I I and presses! und \':ipinjr bearine" | first and then the oranges cutup of .,'"..ral huiulre l, 141)11 l depth i Iq

well H4.. Sub 1>I\ of lot 1".. Urintr '('111 rlong] to the office of ThoI peeling and all. in very fine piecesand such a miiiv that few ptnple! kno....

_ _ I'avni. & 1'"., nM.(I P. fJMUlKTT. I i I Gazette,, Kjs3'1111n.. e. 11 tfx mixed wil hit. Then gradually I I th.. 1 li at ion of the I'rav"yul"f." DISCOUNT AFTER NOVEMBER 30, 1923
niciston the mixture with
49-Zt ! -- -- -- - - -
_ -- - -- I with the until the
NOT l<_i: OK: <. M.K.NOTICE \ :-.XMX->> .:.';"'''''''';.:-'''';';-;";";":" -<. mixture will tumble' syrup and fall in I m.itler will push the woik and
I & ihtie. is no doubt but that ill levthan

l l' lit r.-.,\' K'.. en tli! ;l tin .:. H. CLAY STANFORD .:. flakes when .scattered over' the ''it.ld'j a year Nar< ooss" e will hout.t ,'\'(, :tin
nuant to a Final Jo.. -r",. ..n.1 l i,n tho'th Don't get the mixtuie. too wet \ / I to the north nor a h-trd rOllll J. R. GILBERT
> - -- *
da) of Octobrr .\. I' l M In tin :. k. mixture m made, Matter over the '
Circuit Court "f < >.r 'la <',iunl\ I :o. ;'I'I :. HK\I ESTATE:: RENTALS. field close. to the plains! and i it will be \ Its it now has to the eat and '-out'i
I ( ; < I
Ida. In Chanr.\ 'o K.0 t :Mr J4I.1; IM AMI INSl'KANCE
the suit of Cllof KlH iiniiie< i ;,<. Or Bank of Oiceolu County':' found that the woinis' will eat this
Municipal 'V m la I uantvs in preference to the 1 I
Corporation p '.:. KISS1MMEE FLORIDA plant
All partU Into -M-d I In. th tract City Tax Collecto
I If
i you expeit to jet a large (''
nf land hereinafter described Respondents I > ") ;' iop'of I I
that the 3rd da\ of I>,. .> 'h. fruit" next year fromagro\e thatis Teethina' :
A. 11 123 on durlnR the I hours r of r. ...-. .:-.....;..;.......:-:" ...,..>.....".">.; -:-.-X"0 carrying a heavy crop now a fall I Says
sale at the. front door ..r the C"uiiHouse t ; application of ferli'isier' should by alii
s .. in Hlsslmmee. UBI ola Count ELLIS F. DAVIS J: Saved Her Baby : .
Florida. 1 will sell at public out rfoi' :: nuans be given" it. It should be put : -

fash in hand. to thc. hi hwnt and hi. u I.:' ATTORNEY AT LAW on some time this! month if pos ,"le I

bidder the follow Inn, tract of lam) situate -> Ufl1,..... .;!. ,pits I the tree is getting! read during I From Sickness i !1ii .
Floridal In Klftelnini. Ojtceola Cuunty. 1-;. Hank of '.>R<'< X1
> I It II i ( baneerjr t rlnilaal > .
lx>t. 8 to 10 Inc. Block ",\" H. swell I 4 l.racllreKIH1IMMKK -;. bloom and to wait until lute winteror I
Re Sub. t>tv. of Lot IS, Pax in -:0 FLORID spring will be too late. "1 am confIdent that Ttethlna

and Pnjnedd 0. P GARnETT oX.; ,..)<..;..:..:..o..c-.x-o.-:...?. i 1 Use plenty of fertilizer and keep aa toy bul>, from. bad ,,,(.II! of I Store and Cltape' Licensed Funeral Director

49-2t Special Master. + > < : your crop sprayed if you expect to slckncsn" wrItes Mr... It. I... wacaser.\\ '

+ + get large returns. Keep the deep 301 n. Valentine St.. T>'ler. Texaa. -OR- A 51....... S/. .scH I. ....,...-

\OTIC-'K .OF..,-BALK. + LUCILE JOHNSON J cultivation away from your crop after "While teotrilng'! ho fretted all Stewart A....... AHfmlrmn* '
; : it gets to a good sire, as deep cultivation i- I.
NOTICE! I. hertby given that pursuant : time and her. crying wan pitifuL
to a Final Decree entered on the JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE > I> i is almost sure to ruin it. the Kiime. Higk Grade Antiliict.Stnrici 1 Callorftoool
11th of I The bulletin rack in the I crave her Teethina every night and
day October A. D. 113.( In the + PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER > agents office 14*
U Circuit Court of Osceola County Florida CLAIMS HANDLED is full and overflowing with free she coon trot ,over her trouble and] PHONES- Realdenc. : Tf
In Chancery. Pocket No. 1470. In cut her teeth without any pain.

the suit of City of Klsslniniee. a + STATE BANK BUILDING <- books on all trucking and citrus sub "She had 'whoopingconrh.. t(10. -- ------ --- ___-_____._R
Municipal Corporation.. OOOOc OOOOOOOOO.09t I jects as well as various other sub- when < months old. but It didn't hurt
All parties the tract iecta
pertaining to farming. Come
the Tevthlna treatment
her for 1 kept up
of laud hereinafter described. Respondents In and of them that of MASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For
I that on the 3rd day of December, get any are and she began to fatten up .
A. 1\ DZ8. during the legal hours opal | MILTON' PLEDGER | interest to you. and look like a different child. My" over IS :year the B. O. Painter Fertilizer Company has furnUhed Flor
',, at the front door of he Court mother used Teethina. with her Children ida irrouer with fertilisers. The continued patronage of experienced grower .
I Hou... In Klsslmmew. osceola County, : -. --..I. Q One more warning about fertiliz and that Ie bow I cam to use given proof of atl.f ctory resuLt f

p canh Florida in hand I will to bell the at public highest outcry and best, for. ATTORNEY AT LAW ' 0> ing your bearing trees this fall. We U. with mine" ( (..nD lUCTTKK' rKRTILIBBM BH MADB WH WOULD MAKH IT I ,<

_ _ bidder the following tract of land situate State Bank. Buildine > can't expect them to produce a large Teethina Is fold by all drurttlet" Write for New Fall J price Lists Just ...ued
In Kisalmmee. "JBceola County, 'C.. KISSIMSfEK FLORiDA crop unless we put the food there for or send 30c: to the Moftctt Lbor I

Florida vli.1ots : .;>.;-: .:-< : :--... .,.. X them and the spring application will tories, Columbua. Qa.. for a package:: ) E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., :Jackwarilk, FUciia \:
I A 2 lllockK Iloswell R* bable.
: and Tree booklet about
Kub Dlv of Lot 15, Payne & .'..) ".. I : too late to make your trees put ona
Add 'J F. KRIPBR W ;J. STEEP heavy, bloom. The trees' OJ'(' beginning .
- --- -
O. P OARRETT KRIBBS & STEED now* to store up food with which
49-2t- Special Xfast<'rNOTICK t to produce the bloom in the spring.{. tiiie DS

OK1K.. -- I %toraer mA rnn..lon mt lacy A good application now with a low \ 8 ,

-- KlMMlumrr. Florida : percent of ammonia will not make .

r NOTICK Is hereby 'Uen that pursuant -I (.*..*-r..l practice I. lOll fttal .*4 I I the trees, put on a new growth at al"
to a Final Pecree",1 l on thi tallied lI.a.e.'o..rC... '. as is sometimes, thought
nth day' of October A. D l'U3, In tlm
Clnult Court of fwceula tv>unl) Flor I Several farmers are experiencing
Ida, in Chancery. Docket No 1471) In I P.T JilHNSTON O P GARRETT i trouble in getting their plants t"> '

the tult of City of KISHlmmee a jZ"Oelf on low grounthis. ) full!, due, An Investment
Cotporntlin I'umplalnaiit, .
11. All pat ti.'ti IntdiKtxl I In. tile It".., J I am practically sure, to the soil being '
j of land heielnnfter d.Mrrllied. Respond ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW "sour, Keep the middles! well cul-I

ants. that on the 3ld, dnj uf Di-ombir Offices : 10, 11 and 12 Osceola Bank ', li\ated so the, air can get in'o tl>.'
I*. .
123 dtirliiK th. l"'"al| hours of @
soil and if had
t ; auut. the front dooi of tin- Cuurt Building.: very apply a Not An Expense
Houise. I application of hardwood asheieven
14,, In Kloslinmee. C Our,ola Couutj 1
Florida, I will all at public oulcr>'. tar KISSIMME12 FLORIDA i this late and you will notice a difftrence -
; .r" In hand. to the I to
?? highest nod bent in your p'ants.

I _ ,. bldd'r.ual.n\ the Kissirniuteiaceol foIIon' inK tract of).. land CountyFmct'l nit-, DR. R. J. DENNING i" Don't forget!: to use the cutworm t'1' Proof of the value and economy of the improved Skinner Coke Heatersin

_ ,. Florida 'Ia: DENTIST 'dope in your truck and strawberries, in
I Lot. 3. Exceot M,.e NV as cool weather is when they do theirworst protecting groves nurseries, and vegetable crops from frost may be had
( 0':" Runa H *n', K 140. N. 6.".. W Over the Postof lice. I' damage. The f'rmula for for the asking. .
I JIO'. Hlock 'I.W.. A. Patrick Add. _IKF1CE HOURS: II to IS.30. 1:30 te I ,
UP. 0HR 'rT, .Keiidence I'hone mixing! this dope was published\ in .
4t-2t Fpfclai; MaRter, 174Office I last week's paper or can ba found in
Phone 158 Let us give you the names of in county who have tested
----- Bulletin, No. 151-, here in the office growers your

_ _ _ _ NOTU OF 1fU...:. which can be had for the asking.Be I their merits and who have either used them before or will use them this

I NOTICE I. hereby given that pursuant sure to use enough! fertilizer on year. Let us show further how ,
and :
I you easily
cheaply they
to a Final Decree ent<-r..d. on the P. A. VANS AGNEW your truck crops. If you haven't already are operated. "
( th day of Oc'ober. A. I) 1923. In the I gotten it on apply it as a side A demonstration costs :you nothing. '
I l .
Circuit .
Court of Ottceola County FlorIda ;
In Chan.rJock..t No 1472 In ADTORNET.ATLAWOFFICES dressing to the plants. Putting it \
the suit of City of Klsslmmoe. a \ 4 to 6 inches away from Ihe plants
Municipal <'or pOI It lIon. Complainant, Winter Park, Florida and then work it into the soil very Skinner Coke Heaters put radiant heat close to the ground where it '

vs land All parties hereinafter lnt<'rested d".cl'lb..d In. the Heitpondents tractor I lightly. Do not go deep around your best fulfills its purpose. One filling of the heater burns "seven, to nine

_ _ that on the 3rd day of December. plants as it will surely cause. the ;p hours
A. I). 1(23 during!: the legal hours of plnnU to drop their fruit.Don't unattended. In event of freeze you not only save your valuable investment -
sale. at. in the Kis.imme.Occeola.front door of the County.CourtHouse i 'O' ., forget to save up It good ex.I but your unharmed crop is vastly increased in value. Send the ,';

Ii Florida. I a ill sell at public outcry. fur I hibit from your farm for the fair in 'fJJ. coupon in now.
cash In hand. to the highest and best : January. .
bidder the following tract of 'land sl< COMPANY TAMPA \. I
uate In Klssimmee, Osceola County. + & NARCOOSSEE PUT OVER
AllV. of Ry.. Except R. 100', Lot
3. Block 11. Ross Addition. ---
O P OARRKTT. <. M. J. Cromder Agent Kissimmee < I (Crowded out last week.) Skinner Machinery Co.
) 4'-2t Special, Master C. 'C.'C. ,. ( S. J. Triplett; )

T __ T._......-' _ _ " ._" Narcoossee Fla., Nov. 15.-A progressive e BOX '
NO/TICK OK NALK. 119 Dunedin, Florida.
I step was taken bv the Boardof
'- ..... '
, Trade '
\ NOTICE U htreby given that I>ur- -. at the meeting held Friday
PUnt to a Final Decree entered on the 0 night November 9, when a motion
*th day of October A. 3,. 122. 'In the : M. TILLER | prevailed to appoint a committee to Service riepariment I ISklnn.r :
Circuit Court of Oseeola' County, FlorIda Machinery CampIOn" '
In Chancery Docket No. 1413. tn : Real Estate Agency ;;; 'draft a petition for signatures .of J'unedln'I..rld&. ,'
the ault of City of Kl-..lmnte.. a I freeholders, asking that an electionbe -
Municipal Corporation. Complainant..I 00 held in this commissioners district 1i't Rend Informall" eboit healer r.qulr..d .-
va. All .parties interested In. the tract FIRE, LIFE. AND ACCIDENT + to protect my crave
of $hereinafter described Respondent 00 INSURANCE < to issue bonds in sufficient d
*. that the Ird day of December. amount to construct hardsurfaceroad .
on >0 INDEMNITY BONDS0- a e. 1 hay . .. . .. In ..
I. 'A .D. 1923 during the legal hour. of from Narcoossee to the Orange acres grov Vanities. p'a -
s 'f at the' front door of the Court "
!lov... |n Klanlmmee Oaroola County. 006 O.40COOOO county line also to clay certain roads -

'Florida.' I will 'public outcry for in this section leading from this proposed "EL . ... .. . . .. . ... . .. .. . . .. .. ''I
cash In hand.' t. the highest and best hard] road to the 'orange grovesa I. .
bidder, the -followlna;. tract'Of land .,,- short distance eaat and northeastof I .
-1 Klorlda.vat In via'Klaalmmee.. 'Oacenla ((:oupty. . SHOP this town. la' Rams . . . . . . .. .. .. .. . .. ... . . ... . .

tit .ev .1"'&
,1+, A. IJ Ci| < Add,. &.'..'. Vf.. I .course is predicated upon Orange I S ?* &a Addresa. . . . . . . . . . . .'.. .. 4 .. .. . ...... &t,, I
4 ;. C - .:; (}. Pi' OARRKTT. Nothing Too BigNotIg'T county guaranteeing tft uJ1d' m hard I''", .

5 "rtt, : _" ,!': .-.. IJpeclal, M er,1' ;. road from Orlando br.some :'ppintaouth I iUI I''' \

II,. ..... -,.., o Small ) on the Dixie' Highway'to'meetotri'road I : ,::: ; *' 1\ : :c.. : I
iLti _' .
; 'Of, oT1 lD"op' s.4f.1I. I' ,. .. tI, ..r. . ( at .. eriOscetaa .eountjj line. ,. .
r -l- 'oIL i ,
TICR":' ft.o.tltat'ir.\ -.rhe CMftn.tttH' fruistti1s\ oM' of
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t.reb7' l1. "
: All' 'rk4Gurante d. .
'y 1''aa.' t..Ptrial leere.rad ,the TdetwflLwsrk1Jr; 'tcoiJuntln.wIth; I
; I ..tkdyot Qctbergsd .....JUI"trl tu afr '- .. p,4.: 'H .'t' ;'i ,('/ Iikcnlntitt..front th..bos'dotrade' ; ;cA: C :
t I, .cIropiLJour da-In I'Chaneerir, ot..OiceoW J>oek.tU,4.CoU"t'{.Ut.'t'i""P'lo'"r' -" ,..! ".."....,.,&..o'De-J. ) -) . bsAet.O"1.J .;; .::; '. of (St;;"-Cloudv "hteh'tIt*'!*?''in "me

,,,;? the aaItofity"'ofxs..imme.i) : a frrr: : .--.. ..._ "t""Ji) 7/9.. ii'. I Iq pl-district,' 'af 4 r.,hHI* '*>U \ fert.ftfeqfial1.f. ) , ,,,
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aI years .pastor W. H. Hamic of ,for the put ten BOOSTER NUMBER" music has been arrangedfor *>
Baptist churches in >
the "' We
regular Sunday morning serve Have
Chattanooga, Tennessee, will the'
USESANITARY next Sunday morning at the First at the First M$hodiat'church, .
Baptist church. I The pastor will-preach upon the sub
DAIRYCO'S wif be, under the The evening services When the cp-operatSve booster issue ject, "Witnessing for Christ," and tho

i MILK &ICE CREAM Y. P.-'U. auspices of the' -B. of The Kissimmee. Valley Gazette I regular church conference will follow. '
is completed and ready for distribution the sermon.
Rev. Walter SMALL
the call Knight the who has accepted it will contain much matter of Sunday's program is: Special ''music BEST HOTELPROPOSITION

church in Kissimmee will First Baptist interest pertaining to 'Osceola county } singing; Apostles Creed; Prayer)
first of December and arrive the and will be so, attractively Solo. J. Wade Tucker; Notices, col-,
will be in his pictured with scenes from actual life lection; and special music; Sermon by k1'
pulpit following Sunday, Decem that you. will: undoubtedly want to Dr. W. C. Norton; Church Conference _
aq beThe mail extra copies to your friends and : benediction. ,
: evening B. Y. P. U. service acquaintances everywhere: In a' word The evening services- will\ be in' .
na next Sunday will begin at 7:30.: The you will be proud to point to Osceola charge of the Woman's Missionary
subject be
"Fighting the good county as your permanent home. Society, when a special program will
fight of faith.
Following the song But in order to make certain of obtaining be given, beginning' at 7:30. Sunday
"My Faith looks up to Thee,' and the such copies as you may desire school is at 9:45 a. m., J. L. Over.. '
ATTENTION prayer and scripture reading, E. S.. it Will be wise to place your order street, superintendent. In the State ,
Hall will\
speak on "Paul's Enemies; in advance. The price will be 10 -
FATHERSSanitary Scripture lesson is from Ephestans cents per copy. Each mail ESKIMO HIS PHONE
6: 10-18 and II Timothy: 6-8. Eula will take in word and picture copy you the entire If interested, see us. See ,others
Bowen will read the poem "On the community. Order Donald MacMillan, the Arctic explorer .,
Banks of the River Slow," Willie now. tells a good telephone story in but see us before buy.
Dairy milk: is Joiner, Milton Bell, and Clara Ploetz an article he contributes to The you t tSAM'

discuss different phases of the even- SCOUTING ANSWERS World's Work on "The Humorous Side

folks.It ., ing's subject and Ruth lIerzberl' and TilE THREE GREAT of Arctic Exploration. He writes:
Helen Chapman will sing the duet NEEDS OF CITIZENSHIP "Following' my return from the LUPFERReal
Your wiand children
"When I get to the end of the way." northern point of Greenland, Peary
will like it and it will be Uly Chapman. Christine May, Alfred ordered me to proceed to Greely'a old '
pod for yon.BEFORE. Wilson, and Howard Hall will have The citizens of the future will be headquarters in Lady Franklin Bay and.Intnrance
other aspects of the general subject citizens of the new order, physically: : known as Fort Conger. While therein r rs.

after which the song, "Loyalty to strong, mentally awake and morally: June the snow began to melt from .
1 NITRYDA1RYCo. Christ," and the benediction, will straight. They will be personally the ground revealing refuse of all
close the program. clean, for in scouting there is developed kinds, among which I noticed a
+ in that citizen of the future length of telephone wire and one
ea'0 Wo'man' POISON FUMES KILL habits of service, and a consciousness mouthpiece. I explained to my Eskimo I; Overland Championi
PEACH TREE BORERS of a practical brotherhood which boy that in my country that wire < .
eventually means the brotherhood of went over the tops of.poles to a great
The stuff that puts the peach tree I'the world. distance and that we talked throughthat makes M
borers out of business sounds big andit 'I Scouting challenges the best in us. wire, and that a man far away
-- -- - -- spells bill:, 19 letters being necessary It functions with the home, church, held his ear up to the end of the wire

to write or spell it, but it does ',, business and government. and heard everything we said. The
the work just as hip! ag it is long. 'I Boy Scouts are the practical typesof boy was very much interested and inquired obile Histori
Thnt thing i is "para-dichlorobonzine." I this brotherhood which is being |i as to the particulars of construction -

I A few years ago peach growers were f built into the citizens of the future. which I supplied as well asI i
advised l to get on their knees and f They are the best sort of function- could. My tidal watch was up and I
"try" to dig the worms out with a I homes; for the of went to bed in one of the small huts. j
ing building a community -
jack knife but now the remedy is in Scout, and church life Upon uwakening several hours later, WE have never seen

simple B"il easy. I through more efficient usefulness, and to my astonishment I beheld a rudely public flock to
the recommended l constructed
According to telephone line stretchingacross
a better participation in civic life; it
method of Applying this remedy, remove I is the real factor today in the uplifting the grounds for some 200 a car the way they are flock
or heap, the earth about thetree yards. The Eskimo!: had constructed
I to level the of our community, and we can- his Pvp-foot ing to the n : a with hllCl1l'lItCum I riot long remain SnaifPerciit! to Ins poles by splitting: boards
spot; III"" 1trh a shallow trench around I value. taken from the main house. Aroundthe Champion! It'sarevelation '.
and nb<.,ut an inch from the trunk of in top of lIch pole he had twisted .
The element
: most important aboy's
II the tree scatter the in this the wire, and to -how much they wanted
t ; poison i life is health first, then following hanging one end was Both ...
II r I sag adjust| forward I
trench over it lightly and pack theearth the old mouthpiece. Holding this to
i,,bout the tree. The powdervaporizes ;attitude\ closely or upon morale his health toward comes others his, his mouth he yelled something\ Es- beck for tau and abort people. such a car! Study these 4i 4ipicturesyou'll

'! you buy I and descends, killing theborers. then third, the element of character, kiinodropped it quickly, and sprintingto under-
the other end of the wire held it
and the need for character. His -
I If t-ie tree is five or more years ] to his ear. He concluded that he stand. Then realize that i
knowledge of virtue is to
t I : not enough:
it what looks to be a |Iold, UM an ounce of the liquid to him through, he must have wa-n't quick enough, and tried it the low also
low price, compare tree, if from three to (five years practice of virtue. again with flying hair and with the secures

II the cost with these fold I I use three-quarters of an ounce. I 1 The system of American life is being same unsatisfactory result. Detecting regular siding gear trans- t
] if from two to three years old, use my nose projecting around the
machined and it is too
low prices on Good- about half an ounce; if less than a high. corner of the doorway, he instantly 1. mission,all standard acces '

I year Wingf oot Tires; !I year old. do not use this method to Scooting is a national program of discontinued his experiments and sories bigger new engine
'kill the for the be declared knewI ,
borers, tree may with a laugh that he
for local local
activities, use, run by
30 :x 3V*CL Fabric 9.9:3; killed. men, for the benefit of local boys.It was lying, for no man could talk i Triplex springs,, '
I 30 :x 3t/z CL Cord. 11.a Prof. J. R. Watson, entomologist, develops creative imaginationand through a wire without a hole in it!" / and all Overland '
says that in north Florida this rem- natural Yet only a difference of a generation superior.
S.S.Cord 20.6533:1t a physical develcpment;
3214: edy should: be applied about the last trains the and some degrees of latitude and ities. Come in.
it boys to serve communityand Big loading
4 S. S. Cord 21.35 apace br removing
: and in
week in October, and in central this incident might have happened
trains the to
community serve rr east and
Sot x: 4t/s S. S. Cord 28.00 south Florida it should be arcplied boys. the United States.COUGHING. upholder

33 :x S S.S.Cord 3UO about the first week in November.But It develops leadership and fellow

few druggists keep p ra-dl- ship as well as fellowship; it is the RELIEVED NEW
A. c..I_ 5__51.fIeA. chlorobenrine. If one finds difficultyin shuttle which weaves the boyhood fie more you cough the mire: you
,o-J-nand G.dy..r.U and r_r.-w n1 securing the poison, a list of druggists games into our future methods of Ktrntn your throat lungs and system.
..a ," ., n1..1 from whom it can be bought will business it ties the bowline of Rate the phlegm easily without strain
-- . ; ever
or pain by taking Cough
the Experiment
be furnished to
upon lasting friendship; it destroys deceit, ...,' .., .... .
Gainesville, Florida. Syrup, (Creosoted) It l Is Bootbinc, t: T.'."..
LUPFER &; PRA TilERGQoDJ'YE and selfishness and develops the boy healing pleasant and eae<-tin. Beat
into the highest type: of manhood. thing for hacking coughs,, deep seated CHAM JI01N1
colds, bronchitis, grippe and
Scouting is combatting; the disintegration croup

: OAKLAND DEMONSTRATION FOUR WHEEL MADE BRAKE HERE of moral standards; it isshowing whooping safe treatment cough. A for most children beneficialand and -., \< .. '". ,;:.... ,. .

that parental authority is adults. Save yourself from colds,
.. .. .-' A large number' of people turned not yet decayed, and it Is causing; coughs and serious trouble. Get a LUPFER & PRATHER, \ ;
s out laat week to view the demonstration others to show greater respect for bottle of Lconardi's Cough Syrup .J 1
, f<1, of the four wheel brakes which the law. (Creosoted) from your druggist. today, Kissimmee. Florida

'oti factory representatives of the Oakland There are three calls to boyhood, and brine. quick relict, I,,,

.t automobile put on in Klsslmmes first the primitive, the gang, and to
for Mach Brothers, who have securedthe manhood, the right kind of gang' SOILS ''AND FIELD CROP f ".. i'1t3i

,agency for the Oakland car. Da- spirit is found in Scouting. The boy STUDIES STRENGTHENED Of* ..
kin avenue was thoroughly drenched thinks he is right if the gang approves '
with water from the fire hydrant and just as grown ups assume the AT' FLA. COL. OF AGRI.

then the demonstration car speeded moral color of the group with whom Students of Florida soils and field SPECIAL SALE OF i
After upon it and the brakes slammed on. they have daily association.To during the
crops year
An ordinary two wheel brake car was get best results, scouting gets finding these subjects being given a
Every Meal given the same treatment, with .resultant 'I back action from the boys, bv giving wider and a more thorough
scope pre-
skid and much longer stopping them maximum opportunity for lead
sentation. The faculty (in this
distance than with the four ership; it gives the boy a system of ticular department) has been par en- ALUMINUM WARE r

Have a packet in your wheel brakes. learning rather than teaching.. larged and strengthened by the ad- _
pocket for ever-ready The demonstration was made withIn Scouting is the spirit, which ent..ring dition of O. C Bryan who is devot-
I 6-54, 1924 model Oakland touring the boy creates a desire for self- ing his time to these special subjects. .
refreshment. is the --" --
car which was driven from Pontiac. improvement, and only spirit Dr. Bryan is a native of Alabama. 1
Michigan, on Sept. 8, down the Mississippi which counts in the life of a boy, and Ilia, earlier education was received in
Aids digestion. valley via New Orleans, the boy who has that spirit has pass- the high schools and the polytechnic Get Our Prices Before
Allays thirst. Birmingham, Atlanta, and Jackson ed the tenderfoot, and as he reaches institution of that state, securing his Buying ,
the throat. ville giving demonstrations en route. manhood, and takes the reins of business degree of bachelor of science in agri- '
Soothes driven total of 12,800 we feel a sense of security, we
lit has been a culture in 1918. A year ago he com-
Flavor and miles.! 'know our interests will be safeguarded pleted his graduate work at Univer- Nothing Over 89c
For Quality, J. W. Bishop is the driver of the for he has had the training which sity of Wisconsin and received his
the Sealed Package, ea I car. and L. B. Shipp and J. E. Mc- insures good: citizenship. doctor of philosophy degree. K

get Rae are promoting sales in this! sec Born on the farm, he has made of all
regular price
tion. They have let their agency in ONE WIFE ]PLENTY "dirt" farming his life study. In Regardless

I Kissimmee to Mach Brothers Garage. school and in practical work, soils, 89c. Also BIG RE-
must at
;" chemistry and soil ba'terlology-the go
I STORY OK) TWO FARM BOYS h its .fundamental, basic principles' of -
\ The Mohammedan religion >:" agriculture
The oldest good story is the one good points. It teaches reverence tone i --always have received his DUCTION SMALLER PIECES.We .

"i"" about the boy who left the farm and | God and total abstinence! l from in- major time and study.
: got a job in the city. He wrote a xicllting drinks. However, it fall II For a year before coming to )Florida have the Quality Brand and must '
his brother who had chosento I in some respects. Instead( of being to take up his duties as professorof
, letter to soils and field Dr. move same to make room for holiday
stick by the farm, telling of I lh" i built on the principle of love it is crops, Bryan
joys of the city life, in which he said I.: bused on fear and superstition. It engaged In research work at the goods. See our window display before z
I also degrades the position of women West Virginia Experiment Station.
r _ _ _ ----- Thursday we auto'd out to the' and makes little to buying and be convinced our prices are
country club, where we golfed! unt-1 or no attempt .
motored to the beach control licentiousness. Every fl- How
dark. Then we
-- and Fridayed! there." hammendan is allowed by his religion '" the fortuneteller 20 Lower Than
The brother on the farm wrote' four lawful wives and any number, of" : "Beware impressively, whispered at the church \Q% to %
female slaves. "I was ammed,
'iI back: ,lawn fete, "beware of a dark man
liffiENSHEHTHOtCDUGHDRDPS "Ye tlday we buggiccl: to town and touting writes a Egypt traveling, "at our man Mohammeaa who is now 'who will cross your path." Any Store in the CityMilar's
Then we "
base balled all afternoon. when asked him how "Oh, dear, cried the flapper, as ,
tII dragoman we
went to the dance and jigged I she drew on her motor gauntlet
morning. Today we mauled out the the wives got along together with to leaving, "Don't tell me
.. their husbands. He said, "I live next preparatory
till sundown.Then !
1 :
and go-chawed
cornfield I'm going to run down another pedestrian. -
for nose and throat: we suppcred! and then we piped door to man; he has one wife, everything ."-Ex. si
and happy then g..tsItwo
for a while. After and that bedsteaded we staircased till the I| wives peace, come home night; to scrap.I Variety Store
tiuickflelief to our room 1
Givfc up lived." 11 I hear it; then he get three wives, i
come hpmc big fight every night;
four and there
The Time Element now he have wives

r When James A. Garfield was pres- plenty big fight every night am, day. ... -It ... III" ... ... -It ...'-"" -tIt.J" .
-- -,..- ident of Hiram College, a marbrought > !I For me one wife plenty."-Ex mange. NAUSEA AND DANGER ... '-' .. ... ... t.I. .... _"'" ti4

Quality Plus Service in Commercial up his son to be entered as a i ------ --. ,
wanted the boy to takea 1
*. student. He I
His Vow
Printing, at The Gasette. course shorter than the regular one. I
take all those Medicinal Virtues Retained and Improved ,
-. "My boy can never
studies said the father. "He wantsto "After trying all medicines and doctors Qualities-RemMM.Dangerous Perfected and Sickening Tablet BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
g'et'throuJlh: more quickly." for stomach trouble for eight Called "Calotabs." / >
arrange it for him? ears I decided I couldn't be
Y..J.LINGI "Oh, yes," said Mr. Garfield. He! help and swore I would never take The latest triumph of modern scienceIs CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. :
can take a short course; it all depends I I,another dose of any kind of medicine a "de-naueaated" calomel tablet" '
Hand Laundry on what you want to make of but when I saw what Mayr's Wonder Calomel known to the tb.moat drug generally: "Calotaba.used of all WOOD, BRICK, STONE-

i him. When God wants to make an I ful Remedy did for a friend, who also medicine thus enters upon a wider STEEL, STUCCO -', I''
oak Ha takes 100 year but lie takes suffered from bloating u I did I eon- field of popularity. purified and refined N. F. BASS JACK BASS,

." only two months to mak squash.? I eluded to try it myself. It helped meat which from have those heretofore objectionable limited qualities Ita vs.. Street 515, Sproul, .Awn* -, ',1nlsbts'cheep
\ Now and ready 822 Royal __ .
open i once.* It is a simple, harmless In biliousness. constipation, headache
that removes the catar I and Indirection and la a, great .. . .' {
preparation -
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'business' 666L ; the Intestinal 'tract j I rarletr, of liver atomach and kidneytroubles I 4i1 >,
.j tl\ rhal'mucus-from calomel was the moat aquaeee. ." ..-
and allays all c Inflammation' ..bleII'a. I tat remedy bat Ita a.* was often naa- t. J "the'miratagye'an for .tbeast. d"j.rEe.' tamllr Meka..;tat ,,I
t : : f.r aH stomach, liver I.oted aooeoat of Its a4 n mall, trial .1..nasal' To"*, ': Rerrrgt t
Prescription prepared .... practically j .oa .. with a ..sIIYo a for. tau : sw
a feelingn.
t .
Stew4raiAve \ ;= . ''End Intestinal ailments, : appendlcitls. Itlea. Now It the .,...... wad a big *..pUt >KM a t..utkod..d to th ,A
t' j 20. .', ColdsFever: ;: ,;andGrippe On. does win convince,, o* Calotab plaaaaat at of fcadtlm medicine" *,with. to a !take.'T.lI-.r On what purlaed>7". pl.s.wr.. N 0, ........... -, .- rlo.a EhoroaKhtr. s.s..raate...&.1...... ;tnafr with CaNt.baxd will h-. '.Jr' ., :'

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shades and styles. Sizes 2 year;? toenrs. Poiret Twill Dresses. heavy Cadet Sweaters. Colors, red, white,

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nnrin Biidfri Club lrO\> '(-'' to IJP. a biff \\'\\'I-I'IS/I.\:' : / !r.uiix.i( -: I. I ,)ii., ',. I .-M V I. Hi- 'I! tM IlSI'l .i :. give away Saturday November '
ur e1-". with} "ibout sixty. people participating lilillM.K; 1-'(OR / I'll' 'Vniics.iLiAf'irnion) : [tiulve t I. .ll 'I"'I" HI,.iMlJ U I.Ufrl," <" !1:1I ;1 1i I. pro
in bridge fiOO, find refreshments MISll'KVIlii I I ; ; : : I I lul wa.i ntt"!taint'; (I Itl t Oilte, tab!. sof III i ,,l-e.,iK I, )1..1 l I'j.i l .l i 11.k.I Hi.II\ ,-I.,.'I.!'IIM.,.1 ,(,...i\OH*,'N II...,01 tu) : 24th 1923. Wa'TICvonp1 '
which alone were well. worth 1 :Mt''' I II I. C. Piano ,1-nl! Mi"s Angle; bi idge this week at I.home} of II,;.,n\ 111" H ,.\\." ,1"1" ; 11 M r" | I .. '
the money charged. :MakiiiMin were the' ho!<",,,ps at : e\- \I i s. John 1'ugh, the prc"idt i 'nt. C.jt'Piweis .un I 1'1"1 f ilk' ':\'ald i.k. -.?1'1'[ *- u 'it 1, j
,'UI I li i" rIg I IS .il"U TI I ,till .ih'Mit1ti I :: THIS J PRIZE WAS TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Thirteen, tabled filled in the tal.leof ,, ' .1 : l.
were I en budge at the home of ( protlucc'd a beautiful' I I 1..1 H r\ I 101I.1 II* *-K hi l>I \ ''iiiJ
parlors of the hotel, the greater por- the former Tuesday afternoon lionor tivp siht-inc', while pumpk'ii pi1, whippet J 1..1.i Ih.I nix ti..",i. i luhi I I h< t >" : 'K) THE I BOY Oil GIRL UNDER 16 YEARS FOR I'dV
ion of them being; used for bridge, .njr ;Mins Jlildred Turvillc of New I I CKUIII. and (',.ITct' lnoiiK-lit, pru I A eIIII 11 liiiKlii. HM I IK* ...lui i ).:<." m' 1 ;( '
the players of 500 having been in the York. A beautiful color schcmifea, '( fuse, omplimonis to the i iif.c'liIments. I ,1 I. 11' "IJ" H .\oiii Ill.\ "iiit 'in Hit I, till;) 1 K'RNISHING! THE GREATEST NUMBER OF I'io
minority. Prizes were given for 'ladies [ tuTed yellow crysanthcmumi and rt-d I I' "I ('I.u I'II"t"m'uiksht i r Iv J'tiMln.rl.t-*," \\UIMM\Ill.] .I.lI.II i Hit 1 II : .'\!''AMlAND ADDRESSES OF THE FEEDERS th.Inr.

high and gentlemen' high score Radiance roses. A three course luncheon I High/ / score went" to :MIMH rmnifs \ ,'It,. "M uiJ \\"<. r>ippl) .ill "jutj." I ': ...
in both games, and a cut prize a was served by ;Misses J Dot an I Ii I Bay \\ith perfume as the! pri7<-. aiid I in,* nt and ),II fli-i.t ionWrite COUNTY. J ; In\',

beautiful hand painted vase which i Jo Makinson. :Mr1II I I. M. Kut/ "',,',v'd stationc'i v or Wire Today I' Young Allen turned in 178 and irk
C addressee
was donated by Mrs. O. P. Taw. Mrs. i I i MIK Howard Anderson won the consolation] prut'. The numbcis (n, full irtl.-nlai, H A'l linw I.> i names wet
Taw also donated a tea set which was.' high score prize, a tapestry scarf present were Mesdames< M. L). Alexander obtain ixilusU.I ilM.tH I I In Kl I .p,rin which was. the greatest number, while little Miss: nail

given as ladies high. core prize'for II Mrs. John Cadel, second, received a H. W. Boice, Carson Farmer v.ElcctrikMaid I ; Belie Lanier in 80 names'andaddresses. ,, rid,
gave hel,
bridge. < vanity case, and Miss Mayme pilley H. S. Geiger, Harry Dale, Nelson Ma. Bake Shop
M*". Marion Carson von the tea i with ,third high score'was awarded abridge kinson 'Ho ward Katz \ Harry Piano, a2i'IIfl. .. .. "T.; .T, PA, I I..')",%, I' i The ,New FEED STORE IS UP TO THE, MINUTE -, .3 Jolt
set, while the second prize in. bridge, score pad Mrs.. ,Walter;' Co-, lIolmcs'\'\ Prathcr: >'4 and 'iMlsl.t Frances> with all kinds 'of the best feed 1on market wit I
i- a cut'R'lass'yalle, was given to' Mrs.. ble received" powder/puff tlie fI 4'
.: It G. Minick. Nelson Makinson won!.low'score' and a Mrs.; U.' S. (; Tger',)\va'!'\" : :.=: ,.: ,,,:_ '" :.I" .... ::.lll,111:' '. I T". .,;.. f tx ':"at1 the lowest price and will give you th best-service -- ''CLIand

the gentlemen's high' bridge prize, awarded perfume for second low. HEn CROSS tNNIYAl.ELlr1'IN: that can begiven. .
4 pongee silk handkerchiefs. Mrs. Ifoff- Mrs Dunlop of New York was given : |)K('HMRHit 7 ederalpisi
TAMPA IIRllK.i/ ; ': I.tN'IIFfl.S :()\ ;
4 ner was awarded the cut glass va"e 'the rysantheniums and Mrs, (laucloI ., : Will appreciate you people who buy one or more
i FI OR ;\ 'IU; KVIU.L!: ''MM' '1,11,1' .1 If Ic"'" ,p..i'.' i Ii .'
for the ladies 500 'L I ' tlic- Radiance ,
Mjrh score! among at < IOSP The honor ,
''Iii \"('lI' join." I f >,i t ho Cr'.t I timillien I I t: -ucliof feeds to in and
: come give trial.
wh'l Ellis Davis won the pongee silk truest was prpSl'ne,1! with silk,! hose. | ;Mrs Claude Harpi i i is ,'ntl'rlanin\f, \ I I'ier : me a I'lL
handkerchiefs! for the men's high hose- who enjoyed th,. h o.,pit'i lilt I' t H bi, i id I Ijjiluiuheon I I tixla\ in 'rL In 0.1, \\ wen Im icnewrcl.I Ml t I of .mil last. :1H jc-ai's who mi ha'in | t: Have a few staple groceries which we are ssll- : he ,
score. The vase donated liy Mrs. I ,f ;AlrK. !ll"no and Mus I :M akin ,on, ''MI hut" r of :MI iss :MiMn' I fuivilli,.. \ tli.'it.iii't I' tom
I in f i'iti.r) lout did, / nut r lug it wholesale in
: prices unbroken men
Ttv u:cd:! SB the rui prize and [ and mot the honor guc-st were : :M.-S-' l'rllI.} f .ittcndiiif from Kis-immci'" arc '18't '. Tin1 I I packages.
"rent t \iiu! roll ill
r Was won by Mrs. Sam Ragsitale, of dame, Claude 1eeK 1<:. I n. Katz, II. M. :M<.silamt's. 'Dt-Wilion; AlIbi, man. Him hux (, ion of t
M' Apopka. I Katz, Waller Coble; Roy St;rbird, in" I \)-Vnilerson.. .John S. ('ailtl. ,. hal tel 111111Th.lI1h'lh thai/ 1 all nip ;"nil it i I" :'j' A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS the
the '
.X|p.t form- nit'n'l!I"" -
DpticiouR lefreghmentsve'e served (; .or (;. rTner, .1. II.) WooilU-c, HJ (C'. 1'1. ind :Miss. Angle 'Makin : the
( !!< I i\ 1'10.
uV Oats Sack
alI I : eli.r.I! Kj thai! I time. I per . . . . . . . . . . $2.40 and
to all present, consisting of chicken ( :Minick, S. II liullotk" II. %V. HOHI ,,10011. ,
: Wheat, per Sack . . . . . . . . . 2.85 tom
UM: TilE( : MOMI.S' :: sup;

...--n- (. ;'rFI'J : .c; FI l !II II) E.: \J.:? :!: Corn, per Sack . . . . . . . . . . 2.75 \, oxp,

)! -'L. ,, .'. C i, i-"i '.ll 1 rr.." .I'n, ,. ni..) to: Old Beck Sweet Feed . . . . . 2.65 the ,
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'f'! t'iv, a ilollin n mi /nili, fr a j'<'iuin :t: Happy Chop Sweet Feed . . . . . . 2.75 ( tati'
; d.Ill! )(,11. in it.iKlisli ,ili.. %IIIIk. I
'I 1'1 he < '> !pt'tl 1 17 Llh..r" I'> d.i I I) The"| : i WK DELivER TELEPHONE 12 ben,
i-xped, two (ii thiee l.umlit.l. /pc >,pl)<'I .
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f I'ht' |Rt'-1 I Cro"s "I' iiiu-ui.l. I thti f
nil'iniii'rship, to di" sn. 'I hi. t
\ "XI"| an fii ij' it a1l! ,,"w or l I.v tI i1 month Two-handed Eater
.5 imp In gin. 'finilulluis I
-_- _-_- --_------ -_- II or '|iUfirt<-rlv. arid send it to I Howard nu..tor-1p1'! here, little boy.
JI I O'l |paJc: | f"n' of tuis! i i KIU,, \'dl|| I I" i ifn ,
KIlt, I In'I\wuI''r of the locil: haplcr You HhoulJn'i, lie eating: that cakitq ,,'
\mil bionic f'Jn., I Ii, is u".I' .
In- !
I t" '
.1. :II. Will-ton cliairmnn of the localchuptir too heavy for yon.
S li\ till JKMIpIl-, \\ho 1"li.|| ( ill >JI\inv : Mis, llrward/ Anderim! Hoy-", w. I'm using both iiy'
I 1111' '
I KuMic-s rhnnit
i a }luliexi* it'
< haii t mall volunteers.. or to' AlliionI" hands to hold,-it. f Wi
-troiiKeniiuirh to la\, II iij.irtiiiei ' "TicMch" roll rnll chairman; Do it ---,_.-
counsel moulded by long "f foil'\'\wi'iKs! to inrht' ,tin and at! the t-nd the how und Ict'u give' the kiddie(< and
|pay to Sweetest Meters
I something to be thankful ,

SOUND Im" ill Ucd! ('I'o', treaiunr. J If | AtTgon
you i
for next Thursday There are meter trochaic.
I and service These are II can give mono do NO There is \\uik'' -- -.- And meters iambic .
foi the) ('x'service men a" \vt-ll, the'
banking essentials offered by this IrlnIo".t for tho<- who' iit-eil doth ttfrich Iteach. IIi,,? And But the meters meter cf musical that's neater tone., ,
jog, the Junior ,
rcls, lif(- Bctt'"Oh, I see another ooOncCl
got And
you ,
sweeter, completer,
Bank every facility of Safe and Dependable (>..f nx health coips' ,work And various Sign the other blank, uv'l I<'Her.-Uie-"No/ that's the envelope, I la to'r in the moonlight I. 'l\

Banking. in the amount you aie ('nclC)'. nK.- 3.1111 ,' my ntw bathing Huit came in." -Selected.| nigh
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