Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 30, 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: VID01144
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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:,> POST COMMANDER Manager:'or' Popular:'Fete: pbeBlI'.r ; ; "
i BLUE, RIBBON MERGER WENT :.BIG, Rev" Walter.Knight :Pastor" Of The. I IS R WAY
Things Than Ever .. .
\1' ,I Before1I .. ,- First: Baptist .A>4 :Rev., Albert;

i 1.\\ legion Elects Fred PJilpps The Sixth Annual Carnival, 1 <: Produced First Two Quarts Overwhetalng'VoterCast' In New,.Rector, Of Saint John's Work Will be Rushed .Under' '

['post Adjutant.And Atty.. For the sixth year senior clu Of Ripe Strawberries Of .Favor Of Consolidation Sunday morning will find two ..New'Law Without:Waltji '"

"'"", ,II f W. J.. Steed Chaplain annual of the carnival Jhigh school for the will libraryfund.sponsor the. The Season On TuesdayA. .Of Three DistrictsThe their churches own of', 'ministers Kissimmee after again several with ,ing ,To, Hold An Election'

", 1' I The seniors are not doing it all b;, months without them.; Rev Walter "-.r. u. t' ,
Dr. H. 3 Geiger was: post any meant, and any member of any C.: Stlnebeugh won the honors. I I district around Kisslmmee B: Knight will arrive .In' .In-Kissimmee :The 'Ar.t'l ep In 'what "promises'to''
Tat oAmedcanakLegion *Tuei.. one of the four classes will tell you premier producer of early strawber* ,went over almost a hundred percent tomorrow from Georgia to begin hispastorate be continuous' program until approximately >> *1''
\, of annual that-his particular one la sole claim ries in the Klssimmee section this In favor of the consolidation of special at.the First Baptist church,, eight miles of'Klsiimmee ,t4'
day night at the election sue- ant for the blue ribbons. But tbs year. While he was exhibiting individual tax school districts No. four five and Rev. Albert New who came to streets are paved, was taken'Monday: '>
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eNding H Nelson Maktniwn,-who seniors every year are the manager ripe berries on the fifteenth of,and six,'In order that sufficient money Kissimmee last'-"..k from North when the city commissionersemploy. _. d
.t. a held that office for th. past, year. A The individual managers this year this month he brought into Klssimmee ', !might'be- raised by bond Issue to Carolina win begin hi. duties as tea ed the firm of r Ramsay and Hemdon'--
point of interest thought It I was not for their clan are Milton 'Graham on last Tuesday two quarts of.aa i erect new high school building anda tor of Saint John Episcopal .church. aa city engineers to proceed'with the' t
factor in the election Is the fact and Alberta Branson. fine looklnf.ripe strawberries as ever ? new primary school. The board The Macon News, in a recent story surreys and actual paving. -'it'Sa."V
that the former post commander, is a The big event. will take place of8aturdy mane mouth glisten and eyes) will' net open the ballot boxes andofftclaU regarding Rev. .. Knight, aaysiMr. probable that wtihla. sixty days K3s ."
brothert of named the boy lout whom of next week, December, water. Ho kept them for a few brief II ,.. canvass the returns until : Knight Is 27 years old and slmmee streets will be torn up and s
Is while new at the government lot back of the minutes at the Chamber of Commercefor nextTuesday's meeting but unofficially has done extensive work In his the paving Itself under way. T-*
commander is-a brother-in-law of the postoffice. There will be all kinds the admiring populace to feast, chosen profession. While in college The decision .to proceed without ft
{ it has been stated that Center
either. of amusements and lots of things for their eyes upon, but finally had to I he'was for 2 years pastor of Tharpe waiting; to call an election was madein
The legionnaires 'met at Dayson'sCaf sale. The high school people say this yield to Insistent demands of pur.I I park went unanimously for the consolidation Memorial Baptist church in additionto view of the fact that by following' "t
Tuesday night for feed and business is the only original all wool and a .chasers. as did Boggy Creek while doing supply work over the state. the election procedure the work wouldbe
.and an enthusiast! program yard wide blown in the bottle, all to Thursday November 15, seemed to iri were only two For nearly two years he was assistant postponed several months.'. Under" v
for the coming year was outlined. the merry place to buy Christmas be the gala day for the first ripe berries I I pastor and financial secretary of the new law, passed by the 1928 legislature }
J. Nathan Bryan who,has very efficiently presents. be eats and as a number of growers votes against the measure. Tabernacle Baptist church. During the governing body of the
filled the office claiming adjutant drinks Therewaiting for Christmas them on that date the first IPrung'1 I The five mill special tax levy also his senior year at Mercer he was office city may proceed to issue bonds for
for the period just was and loads of the good old carni season which The Gazette .eeD.In carried about the same as the con director of the First Baptist 70 percent of the amount to. be raised '
named vice commander, succeeding! addition to Mr. Stinebaugh ripe church, Macon, which included secretarial by special assessment, ..withoutcalling ti
the newly elected chief. C. Fin Arthur Bullock is the main gazaybo berries were exhibited that day by solidation. James M. Johnston John work for Dr. William Russell an election. The act of the
Phipps was ,named post adjutant. J. of the confetti business and F. S. A. E. Thomas, Lupfer and Steed F. L. Overstreet, and Mrs. W. E. San Owen pastor. legislature under which the commissioners
C. Buckels. was unsuccessful in getting Ledbetter it the soda water mogul. A. Babb and Milton Pledger. ,derson were elected school trustees. "Before turning to the ministry are proceeding has been ap' ,
rid of his job and was re-elected Kimbrough Oliver and Clarabell -' Mr. Knight held several important reputation a and d attorney of national h
finance officer while W. J. Steed, Adams have the "weenies" and coffeeIn positions in the business world. the commissioners .'
whom Mr. Buckets advanced as candidate charge. Katherine Miller. Nellie : I" "Rev. Grady D. --Feagin pastor of are assured that their' actions are
for the money handling was Taylor and Nellie Woodall have the the Tabernacle, where Mr. Knightwas proper, and the work of bringing
unanimously elected chaplain. Allison responsibility of the advertising post CO-OPERATIVE BOOSTER NUMBER OF THE assistant pastor for two Kissimmee into position to take advantage

T. French was re-elected post historian ers. The candy booth will have Mary GAZETTE WILL BE DECIDED SUCCESS spoke in highest terms of Mr. light of the ever-Increasing FlorIda -,
with the additional job of Sanderson Dena Snodgrass, Helen during his services there. His personal prosperity has actually started t
service officer wished on him. Skip Wilcox and Janet Graves catering to work in the homes of members Ramsey and Herndon got on the job I
Sidney RiChard was elected sergeant (Continued on pacfour) (Continued on pasta four)
per at arms. .I, Without any attempt t exaggeration, the Cooperative The provisions of the act by which g
I this forward Is made
which The consists executive of committee five members named be ANNUAL RED CROSSI Booster Number pf The Gazette, to be issued LEGION ROUND-UP enable the commissioners step to possible proceed

,under the following steps. First,the
How in few for the of
side the post commander was: a days, purpose exploiting 'city engineers will l prepare plan. and ;i

Joe ard M.Johnston Katz, T.and A.Joe Cason Butler.Jim Miller MEETING NEXT WEEK Kissimmee and Osceola County, will be the most at- NETTED NICE SUM specifications of the proposed work,
( with an estimate of the cost. After'the.e
went record tractive and edition issuedin
on unique interesting
. The legionnaires ever have been prepared and filed
'. with a unanimous vote of thanks to this district or other district. fie. commission will adopt resolutions ,
' Concert Band for any Hinkle And Eskew Made
:. the Kissimmee Election Of Officers ShouldBe setting forth the nature of th'pro
':.. their part in making the the recent roundup Participated In By All The Co-operative Booster Number is being Good Promises And Put posed improvements designating. the
i.t on by post a success.The I
::.. band played every night beforethe New Members This YearNed carefully and accurately compiled and will featureat On Enjoyable ExhibitionMilt the streets cost to to be be paved met by what special portion assessment of-'>

> performance and during the show, length the many good things in the community. how this assessment is to be t
and greatly. added to the excellenceof Friday night December 7, at Hinkle, Jimmy Eskew. their made when it is to be paid; lands upon .
the exhibition.The the Chamber of Commerce will occur Beautiful homes, business houses, street scenes, crowd of cow boys and cow girls, the which it Is to be levied, with ade- *
post was enthusiastic over the the annual meeting and election of schools and churches.We local Legion post, the Klsslmmee scription- them In relation'to 'the
report that the city commission. was of the Kissimmee chapter oftile Concert Band and a large .treett 'Upoll which they,are situated. 9
) proceeding with the paving Without ( American Red Cross. This meeting are asking merit that the people of ment of stock contributed toward 'wAa' assessment roll will then' be,
) bond issue, after the upon weeka '
for ahow last
waiting a officer. the making the round up made and published, after',swhicbtheommission
) the
Is not for or
t method and the law under which the executive committee just or any other the community extend their good co-operation in decided success, while the Business c will sit aa an. equalisa
commissioners are acting was explained and Professional Women's Club the tion board to hear complaints, if any'
committee; but for the entire membership. efforts to the end that : Edition be a
) our
the Booster/
and heartily endorsed the
Women's and
) to them ] of officers for the Kisslmmee Club there: be. When the assessment roll' xC
the action of the city fathers. will be Reports made and plans of the local striking advertisement and result continued a3- Legion Auxiliary with Chamber of h.. been approved and the.contract''' ,
W. J. Steed, chairman of the legion year discussed. Commerce committee assisting'more let for doing the paving, the commls-,' ..
the and all lines. Our '
for' ensuing year vancement development along
committee reportedthat chapter concessions.As .
drainage 'their than made good with sion may then, under the law throughfwhich
All those ho.renewed
they were hard at work checking memberships this 'year"' during the community needs just such a publication it may to the show Itself, the band donated it is operating,"issue bonds noti ,-.
the property owners of the land its services Thursday Friday to exceed 70 percent of the- amount,
well those who Joined be used in various channels -for on
roll call as as waysand keepingthe "
I': involved in the proposed drainage district and Saturday nights playing to be ......m.nt.'
It is a several month lob, this year in good for the standing.The first time. are members city and community before homeseekers and both before the show and during After the completion of the work the': t
working at such times aa the legionnaires them adding' immensely to the valueof commissioners may by-further resolution -
can rive to it, and It was decided roll call this year/resulted'in a investors. the performances. Milt Hinkle.and issue bonds to cover the remaining -;; F
.. to try and finance some clerical considerable increase over the membership of the amount necessary.City .-
Jimmy proprietor.
: help to rush the work. James M. for last year. 'The reports Osceola County is facing the.:greateit forward show put on exhibitions with their Attorney W, J., Steed, ,commenting ..

1 Johnston II assisting the committee .from the teams which went the out roll for stride in all its history, hence it is squarely up to the company of cow''men and cow girls, upon toe two Issues of bonds
the final follow-up work 70 and the other for
without recompense.Allison which worth triple one percent
j T. French, chairman of the call.period, which. extended from people who have a heart interest in the county to charged.was They made good. Thrills the remaining!amount said, that,this
t house committee,, Armistice, to Thanksgiving are while provision was made to cover the situation
legion community :co-operate with us at this time, that the most, be and excitement were galore
will be
and of the general committee reported not all in,but the membership the work of the clowns alone was that might arise of the work, -
the several meetings) of the general about four hundred. The' local chapter made of an opportunity,now here, to make our com- worth the admission price. Mildred not costing the full amount of the es.

committee to date the tentative is making every effort to secure munity grow and spread over one of the most at- Douglas, who is Mrs. Milt Hinkle inprivate Instead of issuing bonds for I
plans, and discussed proposed financing enough monthly contributors public life made a decided hit wither 100 percent of the estimated'cost,
schemes. The general committee the salary of. Red Cross tractive evelopment centers in the entire state. sharp shooting fancy riding, and this would leave opportunity to.make

I he reported as creating an executive health nurse, which will not only be People are looking to our community. Let us keep trained goats, while the bucking the issue as much, less ... the'work
committee composed of one of untold benefit to the mothers and Ford drew volumes of applause.All might coat +
member of the committees from eachof children of Kisilmmee, but will actually them looking and in consequence, come. the shows were well patronized The news that this much needed *
and result in the saving of money improvement would not have to await"
the the authorizing co-operating of organizations appointment by paid for school taxes. The local The Gazette is mighty pleased to say that the and the proprietors in excellent lived shape up presenting to their- the delays of a bond Issue, and that

the executive committee of a plan I chapter official. hope to get 160 people of the promises everybody.Mr. the engineers were already employed
majority people haye responded liberallyand show which pleased
this very a received af Tuesday
I and committee and a finance to lay aside 25c a week for and on the job was -
committee.building lie reported enthusiastic purpose to finance a public health cheerfully, but in a few cases there has been with. Hinkle the treatment was very Kissimmee much pleased people : night's meeting of the Makinson-

support from all the organizationsand nurse the first year or $1.00 officials a month.and some very pessimistic talk, as an illustration'I'llcome accorded him and was especially with Carson great Post enthusiasm.of the American The members Legion
aside from A few of the chapter and
the belief that
expressed: Partin
I the project itself the unified and concerted legionnaires! decided to get behind has in if so and so does,' or 'I don't believe it's any complimentary his crew, who assisted to Henry him in handling of the post present endorsing went the on record actionof 1a

; action in Kisslmmee of the different toward organisation one been this movement made for, but this no particular campaign purpose. good.' You will naturally ask, 'who were they?' the stock at the Saturday ahow. unanimously the city commissioners as in rushing I Iiij

. I. I common* end was proving of decided A number of people have signified We should not tell you. However, their names will The show of itself U.O for netted the In community the neighborhood the work to the earliest' possible com"
in this pletion.
I benefit to the city. manner their and willingness they are urged help to get Into not appear among our loyal boosters. house fund while the Business and -- .

<;') TRIPLETT PLAY FOR local communication treasurer, and with sign Howard up. Katz The Co-operation is the act of working together toward $60 Professional on their Women's peanuts and Club pop netted made corn BIG FUTURE FORBANANAJNDUSTRY k

public health nurse should be financed a common end or of uniting for a cOmmon pur vending. The' Woman's with "hot dog"Club sandwiches *
of more than
the first
0't. in order to start will on be found on pose. The success or failure of co-operation lies not coffee, pie, and cakes while

ke,' THE BAND TONIGHTWinter the page year.eight A of coupon this issue who for desires the convenience to in co-operation itself, but in the individuals who the sum Legion from cold Auxiliary drinks..netted An interesting a tidy '

I I of anyone this either co-operate or fail to co-operate. feature of the Women' Club ac-! Osceola County Admirably
send in money purpose. the cake. :
[ Park Amateurs Play tiviMes was the drawing for
The county commissioners! are favorable .. More than a hundred numbers had Adapted To The Culture
I At Casino Tonight Under to a public health nurse and _. been sold and No. 67 was the winner. 1
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will --- -- -- -- Of
I Auspices Local Band there is little doubt that they No. 67 hunted in vain for a claimant.At .
finance such a nurse the second year,, ST. CLOUD TO OPEN DISTRICT CHRISTIANENDEAVOR the request of club officials A. T. '
after her worth has been demonstrated. of the Legion committee, : "There is no reason why kfssim* *
I Twice th)* Kissimmee players have A Red Cross public health nurse CLUB HOUSE MONDAY : TOMORROWNational mounted French table and endeavored for nee, situated as it is, should not become -
a t
gone to Winter Park and played; to will not only have the entire machinery another several minutes to locate 67. the center of the banana industry. (
|#ood and appreciative audiences of the state department of Mayor Parker Asks All Businesses And State Officials To Address Then another number was drawn No. Your soils and your climate
I Once the Band players, and once the I health behind her, but the national To Close During Ceremonies Of District Convention Here 14. French had that number and declined are admirably adapted to bananaulture.
1 1I. Legion players took the trip. To- machinery of the greatest health or- the cake, while his mouth wat- You can get a greater money ,
night local theatre will have the which has Opening Tourist Club House Saturday And Sunday from bananas than .
I. goers I ganisation in the world, ered, as he was doing the "barking, yield per acre .
opportunity to not only see another than a thousand such nurses and the table with little DeRheta from any other fruit or crop. Flor. '
"4 4I ; f'ty's' amateur production under the more continually learning through that or- Monday afternoon will b* a gala Karl Lehmann, of the Oranre! County -: Alderman on who did the drawing. The dia will soon furnish the nation with
\ flame coaching that Kissimmee play. ganization. She will also have the I day in Saint Cloud. That will be the Chamber of Commerce will be one I next number proved to be held by ananaa. Disease has struck the '2'2'Ill
- fs had, but to see Mr. land Mrs. TripVett powerful backing of all organization; I occasion of the grand opening of the I of; the prominent speakers at the district Sallie Ledbetter and she got the groves of Jamaica and. that industry
in another good play. o in the city whose members are rUo newly finished Tourist Club House I convention of Christian Endeavor cake giving the holder of.No.1. agenerous in a few years be a thing of the
The at built through the cooperation tomorrow-and Sunday at the First When raise enough bananas
Missouri Girl' appear members of the Red Cross. which has been share. A few minutes later past. we
he Casino under the auspices of, andor members and legion- of the citizens of that city. Christian church in Kissimmee. He Milt Hinkle came up and wanted to In Florida we can get prohibitory '\\
the ConVert The Red Cross asked all business will not be here in his commercial activities against importing bananis .
[ benefit of,the Kissimmee I decided to help get Mayor Parker has know when the drawing for the cake regulations
Band. It was produced, last Frl- naires who have month' contrl- houses to close at one o'clock and remain however, but as state president would take place. He had bought which will protect our groves from .
|Wfr night at Winter Park by the the nurse by dollar include a : J. M. Wilson ;!!- closed during the rest of the of Christian Endeavor. He will some numbers. He took them out of the disease. One acre of bananas. ill
Tdeester Park Community Players un- butions to date Mrs. Wills speak at the Christian church Sat- his pocket. The first one was No. Florida, under proper conditions, will ,
db'' Triplett's direction and under Howard M. Katz. Mrs. J. M. day.A parade will start the festivitiesat urady afternoon at S o'clock Saturday 671! Tough luck. Milt! produce from 4000 to 6000 bunches. J <
auspices of the ParentTeachersAssociation. Steed June R. Gunn and A. 2 m., which will finish at the night at 8:45. and on Sunday big The United Fruit Company,- which
; RiChard p. the round was a
The aame cast will apes Wlllson. Sidney M. that by city park where the new; club houseIs night at 8:15 will ;deliver the address, Altogether up net- Imports most of the bananas to the
than $225 was
T. French. It Is expected and drum "The Call To Service." success, and more considers a nine ,band
|P r tonight, ,which includes threeHK'iiimmee of enough located. The fife corps house fund. United States, *
the names ted for the community
people. In addition toK1' next week' issue to Insure will render music the crowd will sin, The convention address will be made banana the commercial average..In-
and MrsT: Triplett, Donald G. contributors may be published health America and then Mayor Parker will Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; by C. Florida' we can easily ;raise fifteen ,.
I KPln> who substituted in the BankOsceola -the financing of a public made an address of welcome which F. Evans, southern states secretary. REV. LANDER WILL PREACHAT and sixteen'hand bunches. tAt present -;
County last summer, and nurse. will be responded to by A. W. Hall Instead of the regular Christian Endeavor PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH they sell for around $S "a .bunch.Flffure ..
association. service Sunday at 6:30: a trio that for yourself. :: ? s
SI0 is now assistant cashier of a president of the tourist up
Vintcr Park In the After selections by the band the Rev. meeting win be conducted by Harold T. t. Harris,* flea agent' for theAmerican
bank appears "
lr*. role. WOMAN AUTHOR-LECTURER William Landls. representing the Ward, Jr., district president; Swell: Rev.; David 'Lander.wlll: preach .t Agricultural ChemicalCompany"spoke rp.
SPEAK HERE WEDNESDAY will deliverthe McClure, district..vice-president.:and at tJa_ C+aaber'ef
n. R. D.'Barge a teacher of. ex- WILL Chamber of Commerce I'the First Presbyterian"Church Sunday what:
don main address of the occasion.VISITORS . Mrs. R C. Maxwell district,secretary. \ Commerce; last week and that fa p
who Is experienced "
't widely mord.r.'in'the'abeeneeof'the, '
: The subjects to be discussed ,are. be told the. members' preaeat, His,
-theatricals,render :a clurmportzayd :'Mrs S L l.DeeGf Winter "What la *.' Xr.1if said .. gtaS tcJ lay:''". "
Girl" Lora URGED TO REGISTER ,"What la tne'onlet beer! pastor.; Dr.;W.'H.: Pro* eeapanr, he ,
I. Eldridgo of,ther"':.Hart also' a Karen, lecturer, traveler J. a Tautbr ak at amass AT CHAMBER COMMERCE. the'.Tent. ,. ;'Le .t'!' .....c.rWhat .btH'Poeket.TeatallMnt der-s 'l suojoetwfll ,,**,''fWhat ea* ,man l'ive .....1IIdtIeI the benefit sf bsaita..r. W.. I + 4?
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of note .. tt win mesa nee
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of expression who Is at, pr** Bm W.da nidi" Sunday morning a'' dW with' hia t: the geatgth'.1 ... ...... '
meeting 'to I ft,o'clock Eat
urged on .
1 **. of the, instructors at Rollins, the Fmc '*AM visAiri to the city are .. 'lWN.w J.:.. ao
,: Deeo.tbw-L at""docJr. at 0f Commerce -Quiet.Hour" aervie* wiU be.beld"a* 'i2 ....'. . Bet birpti.. t afaliatk.s,.het' *. ,"
p'' ny::winsome '.in-,the :JurerJla Pn.brtedaa': a1lreh. '.'Dr:j3.'F' HCMIn, tu'Op"iDto. t"ChaIlabeI', Burrows,the the eoevenu.n dI.\. . Wi (i.. : ., -1'6tr1ct' .. tbi..fact that-he' baa fee ......fc
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PROCEEDINGS OF THB trustee f JS. 3Lanfl Dist No. KJI.lmmee .XTelephon Co.. rent 14.t TO THE PEOPLE OF .II I( I
: .Jl. ] 4%, W 13 Maklawon, auppUaa-.......,.. 10.70 \
COUNTY_COMMISSIONED the bonds In !the sum of $80,000 was Jim JSrlfnn. .repair _._..__._ 1..10 OSCEOLA COUNTY
taken up, and upon' nMUon of ':.Coot- B,a Floyd. avuppllcs i.-_"_.<...-.,. 1.1' t SPECIAL BARGAINS !
- The Board of County Commissionra __ 1--7.45
missioner R. V. Phillips. seconded by .C .I, .Bandy. .commissions ? pffQiAYS)
in and for Osceola county, Florl- Commissioner H.' O;.JWUn and carried -I Wat.r and. Light Pant........ 11.10 Vfe are preparing, to. go' to presswith ,
Tribune blanks0.50: ;
...., met in reK\llar.'tIeIl..en November the elalrman arid clerk of the St Valley Cloud Ua..tte. supplies __-. 100.00 pur Co-operative Booster Number -
5, at 10 a. m., there being presentE. board were instructed tto sign the said Q.oeoJa .Hardware Co.. supplies. 11.85 'if your" personal mention doe
I. L. D. Overstreet, chairman; If. O. bond. and the to the M C Autr.y( ... and oil...... 11.11 'not appear in It,' do not blame The
Bass and R.W. XQMHI A E) Kennell. matn, I mOo ..__ K.OO Saturday agd-
Fartin, A. F. Phillips. board of good and ft.clent bonds Dr holdingInquest.. .. 10.00 Gazette or its employes. You know : Monday
Milton ;
(p. M. Hansell being abated) by each of !the said trustees, the Win ,1 Barber .oommlaalon.... 700.00I'eQsIes the work has been under way for the

- Mrs. M. V.' Boyer advised the board bonds to, be delivered "to b/em. Resolution Bank IMUI -......1000.00 past five weeks and a thorough solicitation .
that; she would purchase the five acre PaoDlea .Ban," it area t on loan. lliSlJ baa been made. If you have
owned tfcem in Florida determining Ion of !ibonrfs B Uasa., Janlt c,. half month.. ".141 -
tract of land by passed aa follows*: .. K.UI'. :8012.. 4IQthIng5.10 failed to co-operatt in the building of -
Land and Improvement Company St. Cloud TVtiHint presented ;bill tp .Valley Oasatta. hal 'on bill rend t.o this issue, blame only i yourself., t T'' 1I 1
- addition to imniet: $100. board ,for $146 the for Oaceola! iiardwara ,Cft.'' supplies} $'..CSLtapfer I n<> the event you have been overlooked Men's$2O.QO.uftj: . :: I
Upon motion of A. F. Ba8lllIIeoonded same 3>eing ,and Prat., gas and oil '..... it ha. been donewith, no Intention ..0'; . . . , . .$13J$0
of bonds Mensn.
printing ; Johnston $Wa: ,*!'eed .sBtoe!.. 45.29 "' -
_ _ M y II. O. Fartin and carried,the' board and Garrett presented to tCV) e board JJJa C Bryan Co.' auM>I jfeed-l 1'.15 of leaving yon out; get busy Men's $2500.8, u i ts ... . , .{;:.-. vy.' .''. ', > ,'
- agreed to sell th, land to.Hit. Boyer bill for $1000 lor the validation ofthe 4; L!! Ovcratreet. coal .court..... 4'..C8B and tell us at once you are ready to ,.' . 1 / "' ;L. )I. .. ...,.!i 161'0
at Ihe price she agreed to pr y. The : Farmer, Cost _urt...__... >...*. in the effort. Men $30.00 Suits 1 :
L' deed bonds and .eolution prov1ng; fc Oloud Tribune Blanks._..._ 11.00 co-operate eo., . . . . !. :. 18.50
instructed to have
clerk wa a the same, which said resolution was CharUa Hicks janitor a.rvIcS.. 17.00 .
drawn to Mrs. Boy r and placed in adopted and ordered recorded in the ,M.e>4 ,aa4 mt**. NEARLY TEN THOUSAND Men's\ $3.00. Hats . . . . :. ; iv. 4'i\ JC.- I IMen's ((1.ft
the Bank of Osceola County U>;be do1 minutes. a w Aahton. upt.....-.-* .118.00 FORD DEALERS IN U. S.
'livered when the amount to be paid '. Dan Bemwn. ..cq" ____ 76.00 $3.50 Hats ... ?. . '':-h.iVV( ; .. 2.1d:
The clerk presentee1 and read to the Walter Hajraa, convict _ole.... (0.00 Extension of the Ford Motor Com _04"

fi I was Oharfes deposited.NeW appeared before the .I board report of state auditor Clf .his i Frank Buddie Kai'no Petenon. road road work.w.rlt14.00__... tf.OO I pany's sales and service organization Men's Large Brim Velour Hafo;, $10.00!( val "

findings after checking up the county _...... __ during the has been rather remarkable
tt board/and presented a hill for $i for ( oren Newrae, ,toad work U.oo year black
he had made on road to his officials which report was ordered Sllou Clecionc, road work......_ 46.00 and is due of course to the ue ; light and brown, . .. . ".! 4o'Ladies'
recorded in the tnmutea. Jim Clemnaon, road work. __.. 47.60 ,
place north of Kissirnmee. !Upontivo-, The clerk presented and read in Oliver 8harj. e> road work.____ 7.60 I continually increasing demand for Silk Blouses and Tricolette, all colors 4S
lion of II. O. Partin seconded by A. Amos Paraona road work..... 7.60 I Ford proocts. ,
carrieJ open board petition to locate a t l Wesley Linrgtmt road work.._ 10.00 I There have been 432 new dealers $3.50 to $5.00 valu
F. SJass and bill was paid. '. . 'n"" . . . . . . . ,. 2.75
_ _ grade public road mnojig south B R Baa .*to hire: _________. 6.00 appointed since 1
Mr. Neid then asked the board to pp- from St. Cloud and connecting certain I.. H Inlfram.llIng. __h____-, '41.410 January bringingthe Men's Dress Pants
en die proposed road running east roads for the convenience of the Willie H..... roadwork ____,--. JO.00 total number of authorized deal- $3.5O to $5.00 . . . . . 2.98; '
__________ in the United States
from Ills to the Dixie Highway. A 1) Weoka. taajilInK It OOO ers up to 9,448 '
place public in transporting school children !- Bronaun. road work_______ 4.26 the greatest retail sales! organization 1 Lot Ladies' Millinery, $3.50 to $6.00. . , 2.98
Matter pasted. '
___ _
and for the benefit of the gen- John J Padgett, totaling: -- 11(10 known.

New Bob Port Iligdon Culvert representative Company was of the be. eral public. The petition was ordered Cati.H C Rudd Llghtaey., road road wprk----------work:::::: 70.40 lO.oo: i j,1 I ever Authorized service stations also Entire Line of Ladies' Rcady-to-Wear at Reduced!

the board for the of filed for future reference. Hill Duke, road work______--_ 11.6" have been steadily increased in orderto
fpre purpose Charles Neid came before the board It H Kloyd. mule fea4--------- 47.42 Prices.
selling them an assortment of. culverts in the interest of his road and stat City Market Bupplloa _________ 4X4 afford the best possible service to >
I__ for road work In Osceola coun Mauls UJua Rock Co.. rork--_'_ 41.44 the constantly growing number of :
ty. After Mr. Iligdon had explainedto ,ed that for six years the board had It H Floyd nuppllcB __.._______ 7.23I'rogreaitvs Ford owners. At present the Ford Men'sCaps$1.5ovalue.. . ',' . . . : , $ .93"

I the board the'class of material he been worked promising, but had been to have so very the busy road I W Li Maklnvon OarnKe supplIes go. A_._ull2___ 41*..Kf<:<> service stations total around 22,000.In Ladies' Shoes all sizes $3.50 to $5.00 value. 1.48"

proposed to sell\ them and the price. had not found the Jim fJrlffln. repairs u____,____ 11 6.% foreign countries there are 3,800 . ;
the board being salisfiej with both they time; there I It Puck gas and oll.u____.__ St.k" authorized Ford dealers. and 7,000 Blankets 66x80 value
motion of A. F. Bass secondedby fore. he insisted that they carry out .lo** K Johndton. surveying __u 281.NH service stations.. $4.25 . . . . . . . 3.48';
upon their promise and do the work without : The TUXRM <.'o.. upvNatt fur road 61.*>"
R. V. Phillips and carried Mr. further delay. Upon motion of A (' h HallroMd. freight------- 11424 Blankets, Pink and Blue .Plaid, 64x76, $5.00 j

Iligdon was instructed that if he It S Floyd Huppllcs _ __ ______ II.4iii Gazette Job Department can turnout .
- would ship to the county a car load II. O. Partin seconded by R.T.. Phillips Johnston & Garrett. fxpcnnri to any kind of job printing de. values I . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . 3.99'
and carried, the matter wan. referred Tal1ahass. ._ _ n __ ___ 411.('" you

; of used assorted they would culverts give to be him paid an for I I to Commissioner J. M. llaneell. .J II 1 C, OV'ln..I.Hartley. sii|1'111,1|>i.llt-v draft_ .etc_u __ 214 iSfiS.i sire. * Sweet Orr Overalls, $2.50 value . . . . . . . 1.98

:Mr. Hijrdon agreed with the board to I O>lilen <0"1. "Kan' 11..1 l ull _ _ 1""" :Men's .
accept their proposition and the or- I I I J. A. 1>Minnick one of the bond trustees McDIll( Ar BUppll'H __ _. 1112'K : Ribbed Underwear, $1.25 value. . . . .89Ladies'
_ of S. Rand R. Oist. No. 4, ask- 4.' III\ nil. sililleH| | _.n mail:
der was! placed. I[.ed the board to call a meeting of the I Ihoard" I.' I' Itiyan. mule fi-cil __ __ u 27o..N: 666 Buster Brown Hose, 75c value . . . .59Ladies'
The following; bids on work of J Z IIolirlMOIl. tll'ikllI------ 14
Holopa\v-Kenansville road were I'[ ut i-uch time HS might/. be con- j M 1 eul.....\.. npiiliM _ ___r . --7 7- Buster Brown Silk Hose $1.35 value. 1.19
open- .
venient to dolivi-r the bond! to the l.ujilci, A. Pruthi-r irm nnd oil IX :., in. a Prescription prepared for ,
ed, tc..witI3il : I I trustees to which the board l \\v.1( Thoinimoir. BUI, > c> InK ____ 12.f." Ladies' Silk Hose '
| agreed.'l'he $1.25 value . . . . . .
of W. H. Mann for pruyiini! I rlcik\ was inaliucted! to issue Much, Hnm Iuiiiei---------. 23'1) Colds, Fever and Grippe . . ..98Men's
C3 acres of right of at $49 i M 1 KatK'rt. Soli 1, ilothlliK/ 8r.s: %
tott.1 \vny The per warrant to Scott (;ioie, $40 for two : i It I'n.'i... unit.t Tniliir, l-mnliet- ,M- .IIi '"' K in the mOst Hpecdy remedy "e know, Mercerized Half Hose 35c value . . .23Men's ,
acre. n : amount of $1127.: ] loon ti '; lioanl, Knhi'it, l'a nor notfro i I': t.: ,' ,," n".h', r .t r,. '."
a -
required check being. attached. ._. . ... . '.', Preventing Pneumonia Buster Brown Silk
I | / umlor cine: of III' J. I 1) Chunn, .1' .0I"I 11..1\I I .Ik .P..I' ; I Hose, 75c value. . ..5Kaniier's
Bids! of 11. N. Brat ton for bridging < I tw < n, I 1...i.ti"I Ii i ia'l l \\ 'I k .:1 i -.--------. .
county physician. ] ,, - - .
_ _ > \ !1"I i I l.a Ii5'.I' 4fi > -- ----- -
as pel : B. M. F. Amount S1K8U..M! \Tor I I lr.! ( ;Jiite1" appeared before th<' : >.1i Hi 11 i '' 'nl t 'A .1 k '.7' .: : : : : ; : ; : ; :-. : : ; ; : : : ;-: ;.<-> ;.-> I
: : pil-i I 'I 1' : I mil I, . I Inn I U. I I.' '
board in the inton! st of S 'iirnt :i\ r < I i ->:
Pl| < .
ing ai per specifications, 25"! per lin. : l I. i ., I : 1',1.1.. \ ...11,1 I S4l,1)I. _'< liIl> *: *:
to Kiei t-i-l: 11. CLAY STANFORD
mimeo Valley Oazctt"( .
footmnunl q'T.) The J'l"luin.Jcheck : .t.l, ," .1. "ii"i it.t i i.t.t, \% 01klIll I I"M.i "
hoard after 'hi., ,, , . , --- .;.
attached. hearing statement' 1 I -;" M II.'. 'fli I 'S''l i. I ir "" Department Store
being pafc cd nuttier( without ti.Umur an.' .!, .r""" it,", (.1.1 I o:IIIMlll' 41 1 :i"I sKKAI.. J.o.l'A'IHE: ; T.LSe.'
Hid of I 1) It. Kilpatrick : Grading as lion. i I t.I, ,KII.X", .. ..1 l \\ ,..1 I. 1', no, *; AM) INSflt:'; : \.'.l'E *;
per sp 1 ,cific.ition" :54.j pc-r cubic )".'1"<1. ,Nil, ,1.1.. I . i.. ..I "II. n' ... ,
Over Bank of >
Osceuln (.
Amii'int $1:> !)1'4.'! The deik preiontrd; ( and read letter I v'. Is I I': ,I-* I ij.. ill I \t ...' I K 4 I IIl J . (lUiItyF '
Uridgmg a" I
per fioni l board of county comminsion-" I In\ il I P.I\ M.HIIII u "nll nu., 11*.i 11 :J:.' vii KI S1.\J.\IJ-t.; ;. FLORIDA < BROADWAY
_ specifications: doc pr 100 B. :M. F. (.r" of :Sarasota; the mattciof "v I: I..d..l,... e..,".II(ilI:' I,s.,1 :: I 14' ,) .;..:..:..:..:-,,-;- )< .-o.. ).:.>C.... 1
Amount $2039.05. Piling as per specifications \ I" U.ihB: I'''I".vlI| I I J: I''"nllllU -- - -- ---- -- ----- .,. --_- -------'--- ---..
; :29c )per lin. foot, amounl$504.f calling sPecial session' of legisla- I l.H\UH4IM II.III W 0,1, 1< 251; I If'.tll ':" :-<-:-:-;-:'s.o.a.I' ..:-:-"->>O>-:-: <->< !
t U:re ti determine u iiii! her PJoildahall :\l.l. I.iI '! ii.1 "II Ii :ii.o" -
fiO.( The required check being'" .- take in exhibit at lidun: I'liini. .
' attach'd. |1 I V part TI.( !J.!.<... I lunil I wink. _ 4x7'.
The hoard after having considered S all bid' received upon motion of I Till committee appointed l to inves- Ii ,," 1."Iw] I in,. ...,....1 \\oik l __ :.11 I J": <. Commissioner R. V. Phillip ; liguti- the condition of Summerall I Tr.lic( I ItaKB nullnrk) - _. I HP (,inlnl A Hank of Dm-. ,,)Ia CountsHullillnu *, j-econd- >,' \\Hltr**. load work ::17"> :
.. NEW
family at Marydia, rep'rted lliut they y 4 loll i < knavery I trlmlaal ;
ed by A..F'. Bass and. cuiried I con- .1.*,hn i linvlH "roiiilv4iili _u I"( .(''' .> PrarllprKISSIMMKK $695.j
tracts were awarded as follows: had cone out and made investigation | Kin. Truck l O. ripsiliM 42". ., : KLOIIIIIA >
'- W. 11. JJann, grubbing right of I and found,! conditions very had that i \ M Mill( rr iJ work__-- ___ .. I M.3"" o -:-:-" ..oct -=* (d1plpr :
r come of the children should be placed MilSInMii.inn runcl wtirlc _- f>K 5"' i,
way. It V I'hlllliiH.(, \,.\\ roll 310. fl o '. ....
I I in reform .school or some institution h.n ) > -<-.-> >-O---X.--x.; ; M+><-
H. N. Bratton bridging and piling Mix. (' n; I ","i tun. ""1'1.11.. H. It Ift :
ft I_). Kilpatrick, grading. where they could! be caied for. Upon, hauling/ h___ BO 0 :
motion of A. F. Buss seconded by Mule. r".I''k, lidoK LUCILEJOhNSON'C. A committee consisting of J. Mc- }I. O. Partin and the .\ $4 ruur. Kl-4 PhRtter J. M Johnston, 3.'L.' Lup- carried matter '\VI1I( I I lIa".h.rOlld\ w.u k . Id OO C. JUSTICE.' TilE PEACE *
for Jr. was referred! to L. R. Farmer, -sheriff: t1 avld uses. isr, icmd. work.. __ 87.11> I ITt .+ .,. _
1 I
mud woik. III 04) !
The ticrk: read! in open board lettei TJnnrock.
j there was a family by the name of ____ .1. HANDLED 0
from Hon. B. M. Robinson cleik circuit lli.nifp J. <.wartln. rd work BT.So/; I :
I Summerall living at Marydia, and 11. ni > o rmlln. road Inmpwtlon 6011 oCo STATE BANK BUILDING 0
I that they were in destitute circum- court Orange county, regarding .1 1.".t. r.'lrn..B tees __ Z4 00 < ->9C1 O.
markers which Orange county proposes H .. D .rntrc-1-t. Inspection 6.00M.ioh /
stances. The board after having
to place. ,on the line between HPOB. lumber _,-------u INtl ] >O+)o---<-: :-" U .o. t M>
heard the report of committee appointed Joel Woolm. auto, hire __nu S6.S3 ->
J. McPhatter together with Osceola and Orange counties. The Lewis, Johns. ,oadiwork..5. ..,.:.. 1SS.UI f I 0 (
1 Dr J. .D..> Chunn to make further investigation clerk was instructed to write and dJtermjne i"tinrlf N..ld.' road -tvork......___v G.fiu :: MILTON :PLEDGER |
jJQst".what they I Intended ',tterectJ q Bcolt. Oorov-lioard, \ fort crlpplod" .J., ,
and take such. action ,a* ... .. . 40.00 ? "
might be necessary to, give them temporary .8- '.....,.,,.. , \ '. .., ."It Ht Cloud ---> ' ('0."patle..t ;'"' 3.00 State Hank Building 4KISKUISIEB .. .
_ relief. 1 len board letter from J. E. B'lJSi, ten- Fl.. ....1 Varlrltarr .,' ,.I i FL4fltIDA 4. .
J. E. Lupfer( reported that farm of Judirf Comer. Judge Juv ct _. t 1:!.5/1 : /I.
I dering hia icsignation j.inifof. of ,
I as _ ->-><---x-oo-X-->+ ,
Dr. J. R. McCartey, en Shingle Creek .I.ilm rinii'iiii FoI"| e | the ccurt house, his bi'iuu ---- ---
could reat-o ><.i,,"n, I II :.Mm' < ethic v.irilin I' //)11.)
he purchased for approximutilyf3000 I that he was disabled and po ,,'Lly I I. It h.iin. i s.-ivniit it j.ill- ::11 0// I. F. KRinnS W. J. STEED Both seats adjum forwaid and flit loading ,pac* hy removing
the said farm con lftinll' o* I , 01' back lor tall and short \ and upholittry. '1
would not be able to return to Ins 11. t II PHI I'H I I. < iist fill 'loltn <"l 2 ( pcapi rear seat
eight acres of land a part of which!< I ]I. I I': Ktrn"-i "..t Ifinnil' jur\ v"> Kl) KRIBBS STEED ,I'
post. Mr. Bass expressed hw appreciation .I linn., Ki,ll I nllMKniTl( I..i. ]Mil!\
% "
in that it had I K "
was grove; a gooJ j of the support he had s-ecviv- J U''' I K.llliOmliPK. I'hurllrlllc "".r..r* mad r.....ft;r* .< law
: dwelling house thereon and it wis hi- I' 2"I Khmlmsaer, Floridaurmrtlff
from the bard of officials.! ki
I I opinion if the present county home 1/1 bonid after county the 7. Itol" i (4..". -lin-ilU U'( III'' ._ r.ol| O..r.1 In all 'Stale. ..* Ameri@3a'S MoctSenatka
could be sold at a good price it woulJ considering proplosition I l'i ..t.|il J.-K llHiik pav mil M foil I II Il 3JSlrd Stat.. (.......... ,
1 accepted his resignation and l I >r II ItiliiHim. .".aiiprlHimcl 20001 I
better than the
be a proposition pres- upon motion of R. V. Phillip, seconded ;Mill-in' I'loilu.-r. i-iinv t.-"M. 17OOHI I
ent home. | A. F. Buss and carried he .1. sIsi., Kl; 1..,, , c'.ht .1 I* court C. 93 CAT JOHNSTON O. P. GARRETT Cmt.
by (
t :' The board having diseased the .I I I. I K( Kilmer. .- matter Commissioner A. F. Bass! care of the court house and yarlswcro I I. It 3'&rn.r. t"IIIUC I iirlauiKls 71.601 I JOHNSTON & GARRETT .
. '
tinned 1 over to I. R. Farme..1 Tick .:........110.I .
made a motion that J. R. Gunn, coun- hei iff, to have entire charge over all. \Vi oti-i'n Union Tel ('I------------81.758piIal '! ATTORNEYS-AT.LAW The hit of the't.
Overland the
ty agent, go out and examine the or- i I Stead ,! new Champion is big ....
Bill of Kissimmee Valley Gazettefor $&I 0.00 Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank .
determine Hank
and how much Peoples payment coupons
ange grove ((9.50 for license year! Delivers more kinds of service than any other car
$ printing list ".....t.1 I'abtirl4yut Building.
disease there was and what he con- . __ ____ ____ I
was presented for approval and or- PloiKl Tribune 12(1000KlHslmmpe made. A wonderful closed for the whole
sidered its value and to report to-the I Valley Gazette 200.00 KISSIMMEK FLORIDA ever car
t board at the December meeting. I der to pay. The matter of approvingand !There: being no further liuslnesH- ir-; I I and .

Messrs. W. J. Steed and B. C. Miller order to pay was deferred. fore.tho toalI.O they ndjnurnetl. I IK. I DR. R. J. DENNING family. Big square space by taking out rear seat
Bonds examined'and ..t Chairman.Attest. .
approved wereas Great
the upholstery-carries samples luggage-anything
I representing county Democratic follows: Notary bond of C. L. : J. I.. Overstreet Clerk. I DENTIST ,
executive committee appeared of for salesmen farmers-everybody! Seats and uphdv,
before the board and that : Bandy American: Surety Company Over the Postofflce.JKFICB3 ,

S under the law the Republican reported party. N. y.-as-surety; bond of G: W. Ash- SHINGLE CHEEK NOTES HOURS: I to 12.SO.: 1:10: t. t etery make big bed, in car-fine for camping! Seats adjustable -.
ton; as superintendent of county con- II Residence Phone
should -
required to hold a primary
_: to nominate their candidates for office vict camp with W. B. Makinson and Office Phone 158 -fit anybody. The whole Country is going..
S H. N. Makinson as surety; bond of (Crowded from last week) '
in the same manner a$ required Wild over the Champion! Come see it.
_ _ _ of other political parties and asked Frank Barno as convict guard with Friday night of last week a' social I
the board to pass a resolution 'favor- W. B. Makinson and II. N. Makinsonas was held at the Shingle Creek schoolhouse I

ing such action. The board after disc surety: bond of Dan Brown as under the management of the 1 P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNETATLAW LUPFER & PRATHER ;

cussing: matter passed resolution.J. convict rcuard, with W. B. Makinson' I Sunday school to secure contributions "

R. Gunn county demonstration and II. N. Makinson as surety. I. for the Eenterprise Methodist l

agent, asked the board to determine Estimate of work on Bull and Tyson orphanage. A large box of clothing I OFFICES 'l1l

--1 whether or not they intended to have creek bridges filed by J. E. Johnston shoes and hats which were all good I Winter Park. Florida ::

I a county fair this winter and to make county engineer.The and servceable waa packed for the -

I a donation for the support of exhibits report of county depository little folks. All denominations in the I II ? 15

for the fair.V: Upon motion of II. showed balances in funds as follows: Shingle Creek community cooperatedto I + O... O.OOO.'O.OOO.OO.

; O. Partin, seconded by A. F. Baas and I Oeneral revenue __uuuu.1_ 1007.70 make the social a success. >
Fine and forfeiture 1097.8/ -
: carried the board went on record as I Road and bridge _un hU.__ .. 12801.67 4. TURNER MARBLE: &: GRANITE 0-
: favoring a fair and assured Mr. Gunn Special road _UUUh_ ______ 956907 Two surprise parties were given to COMPANY" TAMPA 0- 1
1 that they would back him up with the Tick eradication _UUUUh 203.17 Dr. and Mrs. J. A. McCartey recently I 1, : i
Publicity __--_____--__- 694.779'alr [ 4. -----
necessary financial assistance. _._n.uu______ 81.80 one on Saturday night and one on 1 j 1* MONUMENTS 'C' ;
,J The board took recess until 1:30 p. Paid warrant were ord.-r.-.l cancelled Tuesday at their home. Refreshments 4. .
from nuveral funds as follows: music, and readings added to "
_ _ m.The Revenue _____-_ ______ __ ._ _..1213360Fine M. J. Crowder, Agent Kissimmee '
board reconvened at 1:30 p. m., and forfeiture ____ _. __ __ 238K.28 the pleasure of the aged couple whom <0'OOOOOO."OOOO'OO'.OO'001 > ;
all members of the board as of the Road and brtde-------------- 3144.12 the Shingle Creek residents delightto

morning session being present. Tick eradication u______ .___ J62BO( honor.
Wm. I. tax asked Publicity _______unUh. __ soc oo Those the ,'
Barber assessor attending parties were < *< .-

the board to allow him payment of amounts The tax collected collector's as follow report: License showed Mr. and Mrs. E. L. I>. Overstrect, I

$700, the same being part of the one- 11174.30. And for polls 14 Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Garrett Mr. I M. TILLER

fifth ((1-5)) of hilt commissions held The following bills were approvedand and Mrs. A. R. Dennis Mr. and Mrs. :
Real Estate Agency
under the law. Upon motion of H. ordered paId: George Bronson Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ::

0. Partin, seconded by A. F. Bass Gearral RevenueR Hill Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sharpe, Mr. i
I.. P Ov.r tr..t. com _ _ .$ BOO : AND ACCIDENT
arid carried the Mrs. Albert Johnson. Mr. and FIRE LIFE
request was granted H o T'artln commlsslunrr 6 ItO and 0-
and the. clerk instructed to draw a A F Bnss. commtsston'r----- 00( Mrs. F. A. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. <0INSURANCE tgrey'l

I .warrant. K L V. Overatreet.rhllllps. commissioner clerk----------____ 1100 1400J Redwood, Albert Corton, Miss Over. INDEMNITY BONDS 0-

;The board having agreed to allow Johnston and Garrett attorneys 60.00 street Lawrence McDonald, and Mr. ..06..0.. ......
: the St, Cloud Tribune and Kissimmee Milton Pledger pros atty.... _u 33.33 ana Mrs. Sam Lupfer and daughter,
: "'> Valley Gazette $200, each for certain Judge: Comer, county Judgo. .. 26.00 of Kisaimmee.
I R Farmer care of Jail--- 12 BO KISSIMMEE P.LUMBING
jmhacriptions to motion .
paper upon 3 R. (Clunn county(; agrent 150.00 .
of A;F Bass, seconded by: R.; V. Phillips P A Hans. foreman Co.) Home-- 66.00 SHOP
y ,and t carried,': the.lerki was ..Instructed Chamber Commerce half rent.. 30.00 hEAD AND ACT, i
Chamber Commerce St. Cloud. .
to draw a warrant to each on '
rent ...:_-'_. -'_.!._ > ;
Itbe publicity >\fund forlr the Manila Padgett, tqalnt -.... 20.00(7gb Nothing Too Big
*"'->Upon -rootipn.,of;Ai Ft.Bail, .seconded Davis, malht _-__-_ t&.nO Folks' co-operate iq the extent of ,
.. H) H 'Kenyon.malnt _....... 10.4><
by JJL.,0...Partin ..pdcarried, the Mrs. Foxr Peterson' 2.oo< sending copies of' the Booster Number NohIng.ToomaU. .

t .clerk''waa)Instructed to, draw, *,,..", U'-, Mrs John Maton.a Matnt rn..lnt..1t---,... .... 1O,'0 ;"cfb, Gazette to your friendsand"acquaintance"UrinaT ',. '0' 1I'f .
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flow .open and readyfor J. P. Coad Of, Florida Development Board Last Week .t..msu Bid Cen.rlaa

Fresh Meat Spoke On Vitar Issues Of ,
business and City Building And Mrs. n .fc' err y

,I VegefableaPhone Mary Harris\Armor Sunday On'"The Square Deal b .

20 Stewart Ave. Mart Build For DmhMest,; Health, M.... Armor Bays If Laws) FaBMOM I kiI

I II II1' Kissimmee Florida" 44 EdlleaU... Religious LTf. And I Glery", I. Tranpled And GV! ., \ \

,; .: Recreation By 0 pertiosi Abdicates. 'HU Threoe-. '
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"If you cant pull for a town you "The man whe tells you tWtttbe
ought to pulltetrt ft.'!'* Constittttion of the United :States
sr "The. population; of Florid: will cannot be enforce would haw. you

double in the next flv..'years. Kis believe that 'Old Glory hm, ben I.
AA simmee will get its share of this' Increate dra| ed-faith* dust and that God.has.

"<::::;I or It will decltaev' .It ii up to abdicated his throne." i
you. f"Wei a mlchtT.80JT7 Amsricainrho
loves a' bit" of liquor more than he
USEJ"NITARY have what we enjoy because loves his- flag" r
someone before'us did for
l' AIRYCO'S something I "At this crisis, when the social barriers
\) us. What shall we pass .on to those 1

'' .MILK! iY ICE CREAM who follow Shall we leave the torch' protected have women been let and down girls whinlf Cd bare sent ....................,.......y" _t-... .. ......-.... '
'I prohibition to save America.**' ...__.......,........-I---- ,..._....,.....,

is liter other than the opportunity "When you stir Florida the winter A; ..... Molest dqrtossrfdsf CM
to do something worthwhile Ume'you,stir the n.Uolk- tide ... F..4 Gas-Tea Track has wtla.i -...---. lows
e T""Lack The Stan and Stripes have never tad I.e Ire= th wlh. rams t4nci hi.dldlktg adapt* k bt MM te tW .,.;.
of cooperation of nan to been torn down by foreign fee, and liable eaevkv h 4mnIW its., tl.-diasdoektwmr '
man has ruined empires and cities." the American flag will not be humbled lent sad cositractiea loadau.as4 t
Those are Just a few of the sentences now because moonshiners and Fled hi .. i.aa Toed Modal
BEFORE you buy spoken last week at the Chamber bootleggers have laid their dirty TelM ...... 1M FOIIII.Cl.. ....,.....,-br-"-'".Mull...e :
tire of Commerce by J. P. Coad, of the hands on the halyards." tweld.. spccUl FOB wena vie .!> few iaidal COM, and a' the t
.t what looks to be a Florida Development Board, to the Mrs. Armor hal been called the ....h k..K.10 the txMlMN. yea lor l w.,'... tt>U spew for opmtioai 'I
low price, handful of members who turned'-out greatest woman orator itt- America. Kit d.livmr Mrrk th. buadaat and.uaA*>A k***.the hlfh**divl*
ATTENTION, compare to hear the best speaker of the yearat Whether that be true on-not, the ma- pow; rIUI4. opmtlon, and ml. .ad.r sa tk. save.'meat ol ..}
the cost with those the chamber. Mr. Coad did not jority of the audience im the crowded .co.o.r for which motor morponattaiquipmeai I.
FATHERS low prices on GoodyearWingfootTirest let the small audience interfere with auditorium of the Fist Baptist tW Ferd-yroduct It I.1a.and .. avubbb '
t his oratory nor with his message. He church last Sundaywere will- I .....b.iMN.. y PMtI lr..ab l.naw. to the biuiaen world I
put It over in a manner which inspired ling to admit that she is the best ,

30) It 3%CI Fabric $ 9.95 everyone of those who heard him. they ever heard. Not only oratory,, M. C. AUTREY, Dealer r
Sanitary Dairy milk is
lie said at the start that the' men but sincerity, was perfectly evident,
the milk: for your folk 30 It 3tCl Cord. 11.85 whom he wanted to reach were the and depth of thouorht. Some thingsshe KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
It will benefit your baby. 52 4' S.S. Cord 20.65: men who were not present. But not said were hiftina around the
Your wife and children 33x4 S.S. Cord :21.35 one who was present failed to thank edges of the consciences of some of
31 tit 41%S. S. Cord 28.00 his lucky stars that he was there. For those who heard her. She made those '
w II like it and it will be I
Six 5 S.S. Cord the men and women of Kissimmeewho people think.
j I.- "d for you.ANIIARYDAlRYCo. 33.20At are working for the good of Kis Mrs. Armor had visited Florida

Coodycmr<...St."... simmee and of Osceola county who I some years afro. She is a native w ..11 .ffrf recommend realize that the community is moving !Georgian, and still calls Georgia
( Gee> TI... and forward with more rapid pace than home. "Prohibition hasn't killed I II
ec*then uptflth
s_..... most of them can remember Florida," she said. "They told us
.; are on the look out for before//prohibition would do( so! but when we I
;.Pfour9l1 LUPFER & PHATHER And Mr. Goad's words were assistance. !see the tremendous strides Florida is CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS II

: I making, growing faster than ever be- --- ..._ ..-----.--. --
t Mr. Coed told the story of the ne- fore, we see another of the many --
a0ODAR gro who went to a telephone booth false prophesies overthrown."We .

- - .. .- and called an advertiser for a negro I have dethroned the wrong,we -
.q-. ie aVNEWVBIFORWEAK employee. He asked all kinds of must enthrone the Tight. When we
.. questions and upon being told the wrote prohibition into the constitution .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO tOtotO. O .
- place was filled, enquired if the fellow we did the dethroning. Until we
who had the job was satisfactory, make enforcement actual we have not
I A Bnhreml custom whether the employer was sure he enthroned the right." With a vehemence '

After that benefits I would do. if there was no chance of of manner and conviction in M 1 LIS RECORDS
every- the one employed being dischargedand her tones she added "when: we put
bod,. I. THIN PALE WOMEN if he didn't think there was stilla prohibition into the constitution we ,
Everv chance for another negro. Finally'he put it there to stay. We can't enforce -
I Aids digestion, enjoy your work and have hung up and a bystander said, I prohibition without honest officials '
TO share of the pleasures) 'Too bad, Sam, that you didn't get any more than we can any oth- ,
Meal d"0*** the teeth, life get rid of that run the Job." Sam replied. "I'se done er law. We might as well try to '

seethes the throaLWRlGlEYS down feeling and enrich your thin lad dat job for ten days. I's jest'I catch elephants with fly paper as to
blood. Begin right now to take checkin' up." enforce prohibition laws with wet of I

I1' Gude's Pepto-Mangan. It will help A city must "check up" on itself, I ficials. It a judge doesn't give the
' I yon wonderfully. At your ctruapt' affirmed Mr. Coad. "Am I really ,limit to the man who breaks the laws
., In both liquid and tablets. ? Our and the constitution and is fully con-
iold' home town
Free Trial Tablets tTb,'E; ; Z ,ding first job on is my that own of selling Kissimmee I victed down, he's the a line whiskey of officials judge. in And their so S
valve of Oude'l Pepto.M..a.L.write today to: ourselves. We can't sell it to the on
dtemdrilber for generous_TrIal Facku*of Tablets Send other fellow if we're not sold our- I I I various capacities and actions.
& BO BioBer juvt caw and addreee to "Prohibition isn't. failure. Books
We Bossie
M.i.BreneaUek Cox, H Warren 8U N.T. elves. We should ask ourselves: Keep on :
to 'Are we satisfied with the city in are the failures, for permitting officials -
4 Oude'sPePto.M. which we live, with its possibilities 7 to remain in office who won't
tall bits 1 Are_ we doing our part to carry it enforce the laws. When we see the 1

/ Parity, forward If 'you can't pull for a amount of good prohibition has done, : Get free milk records and know your': r
town you ought- pull out of Itt! as poorly enforced 'as it has been, ana l these .what., ;.
"The Chamber of Commerce is organized people ridicule and say 'prohibition'is ; ' '
rackal'I Tonic and Blood Enrich" to help the community, not a failure,' well, then, give us more cows aft!.:doingMilk! i) ) rccordisheets'will} '(, 'be given ':'

pt. to help itself. It should be the sum failures. The )lying propaganda of "i-i-f/.Ju;: f\>!:,f ? ; : ; '\ 1 Yc'tr3,14lawayfree .. ; '
total of the spirit of the town. Whena the liquor interests who fear the *, wlt'h'4"\w.-\f-r.-jl.d'\'t'' of,o PunnalCowTClipW' ,: ''; ;1 l "
world will be" cannot deceive ; ,
f man pays his chamber dues he isn't madedry q "
THE TO THE PEOPLE OF doing it to help the organization.The the people. There is no decent .s 1'"
chamber develops the city, makes man in any country who would not
FLAVOR LASTS OSCEOLA COUNTY his own property values rise, brings I want' prohibition for' his country on Phone Us-Today
ZL -U -- prosperity to each member and each the strength of the results already o ,
We are preparing} to'go to press citizen. You have a little piece of I obtained in America.
--- with our Co-operative Booster Number. propertv which we'll say is worth I "Every man ?Is interested in a
0r If your personal mention does 4500. The Chamber of Commerce I square deal. Everybody knows that i
not appear in it, do not blame The and if wine and beer were permitted everything
boosts the town, your property \
Baby Never Has Gazette or its employes. You know become worth $1500. The chamber else' would be sold which Florida Feed Stores '
I the work has been under way for the I can't do this without co-opera I goes toward making drunkards. We
Colic Now Says past five weeks and a thorough solicitation I tion. Your co-operation really means, I are not giving 'Old Glory' a square
has been made. If you have then, your personal gain. In a sense deal {when we ridicule an American ; 306 BROADWAY
Happy Mother failed to co-operate in the building of co-operation is thus selfish. For institution such as prohibition is. I
this issue, blame only yourself. your own particular need you engage That ridicule takes the glow out of : TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
In' the event you have been over the services of the entire membership- Old Glory.' If we believe the American -
<''.>lli. n one of the moat common I looked, it has been done with no intention of the Chamber of Commerce! i flag cannot cope with the bootleggers ; CALL UP No. 218 (TWO ONE-EIGHT) FTh.
complaint. that babies suffer from. of leaving you out; get busy "What are the. factors in buildings i then we believe the American
It U ,'...d by Indigestion and oftenttaults and I tell us at once you arc ready to city? Your business life of course. flag has been dragged down. Weilon't
from carelcus foedlng- undoriTioiidinr co-operate in the effort. '! believe that and we're not going -
There four .iust ns import-
arc more
babY' stomach with too \
tnur>i food or giving the child soured ant. You must build for health and i I to let that flag bow down to any
milk conditions. You must build set of cut-throats in this country or
AND ACT healthy
$ \ 1'5' llnvlngr Indlffesllon and regulating for education and the host educational j any other country. We women, most .boa..nll t
i ha bowel*. TeMMna quickly facilities.: You should build for a of us, did not want the ballot, hut fit rat to
oVo'II.MH- thla trouble. help keep Folks ro-operutc to the extent of sound rc'Hgious! atmosphere. And now that you have given it to u% by m. sow.II' .
the bah l \ well It tending copies of the Booster Number -1 we're
and artves an oppor- should build for recreational ac- the grace of God going to use lUI :
yt tunlt ror & healthy growth and of The Gazette to your friends you j it. The bootlegger must be made to
lyt'r i ...-eet .ll. I tivities. not to forget the play. i
po ltlon. Mrs. S. H. Reid living elsewhere. lie
and acquaintances the and
Stars Stripes.
"07 (' lerokea Ave Tampa. Fla.. Each will Osceola county, Mr. Coa'I told the story of the ants, ] respect I m it i''' ( I I' '"
a rite copy articles carry and pictures, I who moved a piece of bread over a | must be made to see stars and wear 1f { r II III
"M' bn'liy was nubjeot to colicky in descriptive I board foundation and dropped it on stripes.
haveto I IIIIII
aprlle, ,ntll I started giving her to them thus showing what we the other side He seized the breed! i "We are not today in the two classes I ( i
Terihii,,,,. (Now the never haa colic offer. Place your order at once which it. of those who believe in prohibi-
at all i nil l. aa fat and good natured for extra copies. Wrapped and.readyto The and the bread ants was 250 times were!' thp weitrht tion and those who do not. Prohibi- II II j II II Ntili { IIiIII, ti ,!I y "I

as good you for pUaie grown people I find as Terthlna for babies an mnil, lOc per copy.. of the 64 ants which did the job. "If tion is written into the constitutionof I 'U'll I II I I'll' IN II ,

When they have ttomach trouble." The following signs can be purchased the ant can do these things why do our country, and we are either i i ill i dl ,,

Teethlna la .old by all drursUt. *. at The Gazette office for lOc each: we lack enthusiasm when we face anarchists or constitutionalists. Pro- I1,I, I I olll
or irixl too to the Moftfctt Lji.boratorlei. Rooms For Rent; Furnished Rooms what we have to do. We shall; be hibition is being enforced much mor I
Columbus, Ga., for a package For Light Housekeeping; No Trespass -I great in ol'c>portion to our faith in to the satisfaction of the drys than II
aced a frog booklet about babies.. : For Hire; No Smoking; For ourselvei." of the wets. We must stand back of '
officials-but not too far back" i
Rent; For Sale. Then he compared the cockroaches. our
-- I "Did VON ever see two of them pull I Mrs. Armor struck a different note - --
Bundles of old paper are for aa'.sat Classified Ads bring large together? They work in dark places, than most of the speakers heard in ..
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the office of Th. Gazette; lOc. I Gazette for themselves and scurry I Kissiminee during recent years on
of grabbing
Better get them while there I. a stock. ''returns for a small amount moil .I off when the light is turned on. Each prohibition subjects, when she men
'vtll /It once; they'll never be cheaper. spent. fo- himwlf. The ant is always referred tioned the social question. "Have ,
s. ;1. to for its industry. Nobody likes you stopped to realize" she asked, The High I Cost of Living
I is| cook roach. Are we ants or cockroaches "how uod's hand is shown in the ad-
I ? vent of prohibition at this time The
J. "" ThomI'Yl : s cn.:: : I "Individual co-operation is like city business barriers are done away with 1

co-operation. Two neighboring; cities and women are filling practically every can be materially reduced by buying your
should null together' for the good of position man has had. The social
licensed Funeral Director i both. Whatever helps one helps the barriers which always: had protected
Start mud Chapel I other. The city which 'knocks' an- women are broken clown. But with .
,. .,. advertises its own. lack of pro- the freedom has come new danger.
I. Roo " 'clher
...... Sarvic.
--0"A $/ Symlathatic.. I Florida lies in the beaten path Science knows that the inhibitory AT OUR STORE.MJAKE .
All fmlmuHigb gress.
y St.rt Aile".. + prosperity in the beaten path of centers of the brain are most easily ?
Grade Anbulance.SenlcR it Call lof destiny in the beaten path of success affected by alcohol. The stories of US PROVE' IT
I L K.I".m. R.aldeDc.: It I If-we are big enough to realize sorrow and of tears are many which .. .,
Offlo the PHONES the value of co-operation and big are attributable to this curse. Today
enough to 'put over' the Florida we as the young women and the girls go
become. We have no place for forth into their new freedom they P. R. PRIVETT
'1 ; quitters may nor for idlers. There is no must and under God I' believe :

place for laziness. The busiest men are they will go' as total abstainers, in ,
those who respond the most readily the purity of true American woman
'' BASS .CONSTRUCTION COMPANY I I I for public service. The 111 do it for hood. God sent prohibition, in answer Pfrte! ,$ '
the town, and love to, do it' spirit to the prayers of half a century, "?. . t "
cities. Every great city I to save our womanhood during the ''W'MMMM'etf'M'W'W A .l' < :
BUILDERS I Ii I great which America Is _. .. -" r
t ',, : ;CONTRAiDTbRS AND : calls to mind the name of' some manor crisis!' through .pealog r' "
men'who've .. "'\ .I
J.t.J "-!' wpoi>,v ST1C; ONE-: .,- .'. .' I I. "If' you are not .sold'on elU.your. 'won't'own r. < "QIJALITY" 'PLUS. ?' SERyicEr' tor! ;COMMERCIALPRINTING' '
? city. your neighboring ' ;Department i Is
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\x; 'FAa8' I. DACE(B MS I 1..11' Ififor you.-at .hand.Erery"'1'JIere110 rfty 'has",It ready to print thai elassy letter AT 'THE''OFFJCE' ,OE :.' ; ETTB:: "
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: e .. 0'.....e.'.. .4. TO-THE PEOPLE 'OF*' TWO' NEW' MINISTER' .."' '*' .': -

BUBLISHJBD BT -' (Continued Iron Paw On )
We are' preparing to 1lO' to of the congregation greatly endeared : '
THH KIS3IMMEE3. EVERT .VALLEY FRIDATKtSBlMMBB. GAZETTE ..? ....>. 44.. ... . with our Co-operative Booster Nuresa him to the people. During the four WE .PA'V 'OU

.' FLORIDA Rubalyat of Bill Smithers ber. If your personal mention does months that the church was withouta

not appear in it, do not blame The pastor, Rev. Knight held the, congregation "
,bw.. B. HARRIS ___'.__."*_.:__President Old Bill Smithen'eame on morning Gazette or its employes. You know together, the whole respon- '. oJ "
E. O. VANS AONHW his home far down the river
From ,
ALLISON T. FRENCH_....._..Editor ; the work has been under way for'the sibility falling on him. 'In spite of .
And be walked with weary footsteps past five weeks and a thorough solicitation his college studies at the time, he $
?: SUBSCRIPTIOK RATES When he came into Klssirnmee. has been 'made. If have the together .
held congregation
_..._ I.00 you not only Most
One Copy One Year--.._._. he rod' business houses
One ,Copy Six Months......__.... 1,00On Formerly a donkey failed to co-operate in the building:of but kept the spirit 'of the 'you go
n Copy, Three Months.......... .*0 By the classic name of Ajax, this issue blame only yourself.. church optimistic and aspiring,' laid That was born the day when Dewey In the event have been overlooked Rev. Feagin/ :

tag(Entered. Florid at the a. Klsslm-matter.) Knocked ,the tar out of companion Manila l it has been'you done 'with no Intention Rev. JJew, who begins his'duties' as to expect ,you to pay::(,th m.. Wve
And has been his close vy
of leaving you out; get busy rector of Saint John's Episcopal
All communication* except from .utborlied Ever since he was a yearling.Now and tell us at once you are. ready to church Sunday, arrived ,in Kisiimmee J When

4 correspondent by the writer.*must be lamed one day this old gray sickness;donkey co-operate in the effort. Thursday of last week with Mrs. New ;your money''

Rejected ,matter will b* returned If Seemed to be on verge of ; and their two Ions They will spend
4 -. called for.. Lost his appetite, felt droopy]; READ AND ACT I II is left in "
Old Bill then was up and doing a accountjthis in * AdvertIstns R..s"ttI And he got. a big quart bottle, Folks co-operate to the extent of ._) '* ..

THEAMERICANPRL53A33OCIATIONFRIDAY Filled with oil that they call castor sending copies of the Booster Number bank don'tsafety.

And doped the ailing*' donkey of The Gazette to your friends you ,pay'for':its *
Till his eyes: stuck out.with tenor. and acquaintances living elsewhere. $

:NOVEMBER 30 1923 Then he waited ,half an hour I Each copy will carry Osceola county .i,: We '

Watching closely all the symptoms; In descriptive articles and pictures pay OUe.e/ .e 1 oI(,' j

BE THANKFUL FOR Saw his ears droop slowly forward !to them thus! showing what we ,hay.eto
MUCH TO Saw him wink one eye so knowing.All offer. Place your order at once 5

Yesterday Thanksgiving' Day at once Bill saw Jiis duty. for extra copies Wrapped and readyto
was And he took once more the bottle mail lOc
per copy.
but Kisaimmee has enough to be Filled it full of homemade moonshine,

thankful for to hold over day, and Poured It down the throat of Ajax, .HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL Merchants and Farmers
i Then retired to bed and slumbered.In Bank
I _Allothl"r_.__.n. rlav._ .. every.
things the reasons
In the tangible
the morning bright and early (Continued from pane One)
for Riving thanks are not Bill went out to see his patient; your sweet tooth. Margaret Sigler .

see. The city is moving forward And he marvelled at the stillness Joanna Hitchcock, Mary Stanley, and \ ,. t- A

more permanently progressively!' than That pervadoi, all the barnyard; Elizabeth G. Moseley will display and I
c For he heard no welcome he-haw sell fancy work than which none WlI'VI'I' \ ,
i ever before. schoa] From the ever faithful Ajax fancier There will be an Old
thie I
all the
-Last Saturday i But alas beheld him. lying Curiosity Shop af !'h pond and .
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vcted - .,
around KNsimmee - -
district, Stiff and cold and deal l all over. ]fountain/ of Youth under the man -- _

overwhelming majority to consulate' I. StJiidint there in early morning igemcnt of ilie ninth grade, while the 1I' 1\\DISTRICT CHRISTIAN I' 'k60 RUTH Kl.nlmmvv horn,, ,.n l"ln.,

the siliool l districts in older to 1)UiIJhigh Old Bill Smithers stood lamenting.He tenth grade will conduct a movingpicture I : ENDEAVOR TOMORROW ],! lay lot.,avenue, block off Ma .h..ue, ,..
school' and )pfimnry department [ had lost his greatest! tuasure.He show one for men only and I house garage; I Porches and goo.1 iran.v'K1'banana '
p Tie* ) I I hud lost, his boon for only and will sell lurg ,
months companion; one women (Continued from I'Hice One) I oianice. avooa.l.,,
With our nine lint the thing that grieved him gi eat- peanuts and popcoin. The eleventh Afore than two hundred delegatesare other fruit amid ..hruhlll'rait I'.al'., j4

school year, and the high: school long I est, I grade will I ha\e a Fashion Show besides I expected in Kistimmec- Saturdayand good l.ol1l1'wood.condition.Jrla. o wner liox Hi

since established on the accreditedlist j S'a* that his bolovcd Ajax selling ice cream, cake, and 'I I II Sunday for The convention. All --- 10.4t_
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of collegiate associations, we Could not taiid one snort of home lemonade.The l REV. WALTER KNIGHT I I young people of Kissmimc-o are cor- 'OU SALK-Modern six <,,..? "

shall coon have more adequate equip- brew. big mimstrcl show this year i- the winter months in Kissimmecand dially invited to attend the convention eighty(re...; foot ton loort'h.bnnana.Ma"OICe. r hc cUr'IH:: ,
under the duration nf Miss Helen return to their homo in the mountainsof sessions. julck .,,1... 4U3 14.i.1(MMMIO' !
ment. So it was that neighbor Smithers I>a's. and the participants are Dick North Carolina about the middle ,
has seen considerable Kissimmee Mil Boll Milton Bundles of old paper are for sale -------------------------- .4'-'
The past year Camp to blight and early Handy, } Graham. of March. i iI ------ -
tile drainage installl.tiu\ i this He was hunting: for n donkey Fred I.upfer Clyde ]Harris, Riymond I Rev. Now is rector of "Gince' at the office of The Gazette; 'I.1t wo., dry Pine"; w'iolmt. 11"0 I.J;;

vicinuv, which means peimam-nt That would, take the place of Ajax. I Tyner, David Brunsoti Dick Makinson Church in the Mountains" at | Better get them while there is a 10C'j Iwr alrand. \V. "ready'. U1'ItI.'i'ltt. Ih Aid$l.i....

Osceola county. The j I Little thought he what was coming Bill Seel and Kmerson Squired ; Wuynrs\ille, North Carolina.' lie i ii-I! Call at once; they'll never 1 be chen R\.U... _a' 4',411I
for -
prosperity When ho asked the with lIueVinn the The .
simple question nccompanist. an active I'lpemiisnn in his at state und -"
results in the dry weather and the le- ,I "Stral1lel': ('nn you tell)] me truly music committee for the carnival last year had the high honor of being FOR RENT -r\

cent told spell have amply demonstrated Where I can buy a good sound don consists of Jlis.h'rtillu. : P. Boa's! appointed Grand<1 Chaplain of the ., --
its value. The growers arc I key ?" Raymond Tyner and Mae Winn. I State. Previously! he had been Wor- I-oil with ItKNT hath' -Hultahle Two-room nnnrtn
He hail asked! an auto salesman, Confetti vendors will be Vivian j I I for COUII Mps
beginning to see that what helps Oil"helps 'I nhipful Master of the Masonic Lodge I Clay Johnson 404 Vernon a"enu.. '
and thai Is tuffluent And] at on<:'e a flood of languageWas Floyd Carn, Atakinson\ Julia Led. in Waynesvillc; Kxiellent High J Priestof / _ _ 46lieJ"olt
the other -
let loose to prove most surely better Pauline Crow, Dorothy Bul- I the Royal Arch Chapter and Pro I ; -
cause for thanksgiving if none other That he did not need a donkey loik Fiances Bailey, and Sue Ixdtietter late of the Knight's Templar Mr. J fished a-ro..m J;srtl;;T

existed. That a flivver was far better I! There will be two booths re New und family are living at IKi vat. I...,h and modern (' n vrnlenoet.with
The work of getting streets paved Than a dozen old hay burners. gal.Jinawhich the inside dope hasn't I Vernon avenue. v. n. Harrla, O..ett.. Office

I is actually under way. Eight miles Then it was, another salesman I gotten outside. They are classed as"original" The members and congregation of K< "Jii. n"'NT-FurnIRh.' apartmeTTiT
I whatwe Butted in, and talking loudly ; but the information as to I I Saint John's are looking forward toa I hot water Two. threw or four'
added .
A of paved city streets to Told him he should buy a Buick. what they will be is mighty meagre. pleasant and successful winter' i .11. only for those Who wait

already: have, will double the size Beth of these men kept on talking I' However there's one presided over by work and extend a cordal invitationto fliet'Adcrhold.p"rtm..nta. Corner lake ai4

r>t this city in a very few short years. Getting warmer waxing hotter Jimmie Squires, Bobbie Crow Madge I'I everybody to attend their services. FOR SALE 51.ft.

who have been of- Till Old Bill was plumb comfoozled Rivers and Sallie Ledbetter concerning WANTED.
Property ownerl List'nine' to their windy yammer. which rumors are afloat having I I BIG FUTURE FOR I IHXIK; III4.IIWA1 KAHMNVK _
ferinir their places for sale for years (Continued next week.) to do with "Cleopatra" and dancing BANANA INDUSTRY \ HAVK Moored the e"clu lv.. ""ale WANTED-Man or woman drslrlnr
have cancelled the agents' contracts, --_ .- girls. The other "original" booth is "'" of a tract of land of Kond qualityand larger Income to sell Watklh. Products -

and will keep their property and build CIVIC DEPARTMENT OF in charge of Theta Phay Delia Led- (Continued from r.a-e On.) part valuable of the land location l. only the furthest Itt muse enings In In Kissimmee.other nearby. A few cltu.good Wale op

! homes. Property in this section always WOMAN'S CLUB MONDAYThe better Edith McLean, and Gladys pert on bananas and other fruits forth from city limit. of Klanlmme andmo.t kin. Product. are well known my
GnIf fin. @ British He has studied part Just n mile. Monte of theaa to sell. needed In every home. ..<
considered the lowest priced for -- government. tracts front all on the Ulxl. Hlshway. with a record of over (0 years .f' ',
., in the state, civic department of the Kis Earl Babbitt, Don Oliver Joe Tucker bananas raised bananas rejuven- .- *hlch guarantee them ready quality back of them Lift
_ similar improvements simmee Women's Club wilt hold a and Arthur Steed will comprisethe ated banana groves produced new sale and excellent location. There wire make big money Many side
has already begun to advance in val business clown section of the big carnival. varieties of bananas was the first are Ju.t It tracts, containing from and samples given you. Investigate
meeting next Monday night Writ
at ,
; be one
X to 10 acre. per tract; can today. .1. n W.tkla.
ad- I -----
_ ue. There is no question but the December 3, at 7:30 at the Chapter NOTICE TO MILK USERSOn man to produce banana seeds. He bouKht on favorable term of pay Co.. Dept. ... MemphIs Ten
vanced valuations, the additional House. City Manager B. B. Doughten knows bananas. And he says the ment. Surveyor are now platting

homes will more than take care of has been invited to meet with the account of the increase in feed section hereabouts is admirably better thl. splendid location tracfof of safer land Investment and a \V\NTED--S..cond.h.n4 kitchen furniture rug.household ete WoaM s...

-I interest on paving bonds. This to- members of this department and discuss prices, we, the undersigned dairymen adapted to them, and that Kissimmee would be hard to find Good Und. also rent I or I unfurnished roo_
civic and beautification plans. have agreed to charge the following can become the banana producing rlo.e to county ...t town grow In John C. Cox next to I..o..n.r.orwrz
gether with, the new light plant I prices for milk and cream section of the universe. At least thatis value and these small tract will _

equipment. points toward" lower tax- MRS A. T. MORRISON MADE beginning December 1:. One quart what his actual words imply, since 7H not ACREH last Ionic.cleared Come land ret' ju.t your.out.lde NOW. LOST,

_ S 'es. .' CHAIRMAN. HARDING, MEMORIAL i 18c; per pint, lOc; per. gallon delivered Florida must become the sole pro- city limits.,wkrr tsxe. are low; fine t

'The American Legion is fostering a 64c; sweet cream 91.20 per quart. ducer for the greater part, of the for tiling convenient with good to acnool.dlaln..e church advantageel -, .. ....Tue.d.y. 17th. between "ru'

drainage district and work is going Mrs. A. T. Morrison lias been appointed i We thank the public for their,, past United States. Honolulu raises some ,and good; market. flftO per acre. way and Sll Mabbett. street a buodto I
chairman for Osceola but California them. California containing lady's brown dress ant
countyof and future patronage. .. uses Time on 5600 or more If de.lredItX r
on 'whlch will ultimately benefit every -: the Harding: Memorial ,"eolation.. L.. S. BKYARLY. cannot raise them. The rest of the < >M EAST FHONT modern home; other article.. Return to 111 .....
J resident of'the county. The community She will select.chairmen in Kissimmee C.'' M. GARBETT. United States must depend on Flor near court house, only III&O. Heel bette Street and- receive reward. X |
In town.
t house, fostered by the Legion and Saint Cloud the policy of the association M. D. CASLER.A. ida.The a xo buy ACHKH on the brick S mile from

and co-operated in by all the organi- being to include only citiesof E. THOMAS.M. reasons the industry has not Pity limit.; good .plendld house;
more than 1000. E. STEPHENS.MOT1CK gone forward more rapidly are primarily farm equipment and atock. Com
zations to a degree seldom if eve1', because we have grown from lei ua .how you. and deal with own- .5
_ seen in Kissimmee before is another CORM, GABLES "APPOINTS "suckers" instead of bulbs. We must \ .r direct.vE AHH IIEADQUAItTERS for real

thanks KISSIMMEE REPRESENTATIVE continue to do this for few bargains. .
cause for giving even now, STATE OP a veers
1 FLORIDA. : '
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long before the building itself will be c. L: Benrettfiell repre'entativeof because there are not enough plants.
To all creditors of U. M. Taylor Klanlmmee. suckers should in
The be planted
erected. Coral Gables was in Kissimmee FOIl RALfoJ-Orov., farm. realdene..a.thruughout .
I .1..., and nil whom It may
fours inches in the
eighteen apart "'lor Ida. All price. Advertise -
- from Tuesday, and unpointed Glen Rose concern:
The Ocean-To-Gulf Highway
local of his You ar' hrliy inMlfliMl that n. M clump, with the fours seven feet In The HOMKHKKKKH. little -
for Kissimmee
,, Kissimmee, through Saint Cloud to agent and Seint company Cloud. The Taylor of the City of KI .Hmmce| ill lon apart. They do not want too much Hllver. N. J. Two cent tl-ltx word.November .
com- sample copyfree.
: Melbourne will in the course of time the 16th lay of November 1923. water. Wherever palmetto will grow
is eleven
'J qny now ooeratinir Pullman ,make an aHHifniment to the Adjunl-
be completed. Even with the delay type closed de luxe busses from nient Jiureau. Tampa AHBorlntlnn of bananas will grow. They will find Foil SAL.K-Cheap. 10 acres. hog
Credit or Too much detrimental proof fenced: 6 under cultivation.: 6
Men. Inc. for the limieflt water. water is -
there, cause for thanksgiving may be all sections of the state .creditors I and all creditor of saId O. to them. In pa.ture; five roomed cottage,
for work is under M. Taylor are hereby called upon to plastered; deer well, garage; poultry :
found the
way. .
.1 ,
The to of
Cavendish out.lde
TAMPA TRIBUNE SAYS THE tile sworn HtatcmenlH or their claims banana according houses; new; just
The road is being used and that road MELBOURNE ROAD PASSABLE nuralnst unlit (I. M Taylor with Raid Mr. Harris is the best banana with city limits with fruit. b*nan.., for Why -

,. 'brings money and prospective set- Adjustment Bureau, Tampa AftHocla- the best flavor and the best texture.No family hou.euold, bee. garden and, tool.other;
tlon of Credit Men. within nlxtv daM norno
tlers to the sister cities of Osceola Judore H. Blaine Peacock who re- from Friday November 23rd. 1923 If place in the world can produce Item. Call. Address; Dr. J. 8. Jump. does a
l turnei to Tampa Monday afternoon creditors rfulde. within the State; and them so well and so prolifically as rinedale. Kli.lmmee Kla. 61-ltc1 spinning
county. from an automobile trip to Miami If creditors reside beyond the State Florida. They must be .colored in a I

't The lake front beautification, dream states that the Kissimmee cut-off the. then inonthit claims from must said. be date.flied within four packing house as they lose their ''fla FOR SAL.R., or-will Cheap.veil one one. UV pair Overstreet larftemule. top stand 9

I of many years is proceeding and automobile route to Miami from the !I ADJUSTMENT nUREAU. TAMPA von if left on the tree until ripe. In 61-tfc

what the completion of that work west coast by way of, Kissimmee to ASSOCIATION OF CFtlODIT M" N. Inc. Florida bunches of bananas may be -because the whirling motion
K Melbourne is in fairly rood and 5U-4t H. 11 Owen. Manaccer raised in the ratio of one to twenty FOR 8 A I.,1C-Furnl.hed or unfurnished given to it is stronger than the .
t' will mean to Kissimmee can hardlybe i five room new bunitalow, every convenience -
thoroughly1passable condition. As MAYOR PARKER HELPSRED feet of space. In Jamaica: the ratiois Must be seer to be appreciated magnetism of the earth. When
foretold. Big financial companiesof compared with the routes from Tam- one to five hundred. When planted Term to .ult Mabbette this whirling force is spent the.-.
the north have their on Kis- to Miami of either CROSS ROLL CALL I and Bermuda, C. I>. Cole. 48-tf earth's
by top
eyes pa way Daytona from bulbs the yield per acre may be pull prevails. Any

simmee and have been doing preliminary or New Smyrna the Kissimmee Mayor L. M. Parker of Saint 4000 to 6000 bunches. There need FOR SAI.K-GoInK business concern ; 2 will spin longer than it takes

scouting. And that brings cut-off saves a distance of 130 miles. Cloud not content with having put over never be a fear of over production. story brick corner nulldliiK. with 12
I Automobiles are carried on a train of successful Red Cross roll It will be ten yean .before we can room hotel In operation ; store on
to the for thanks a
us greatest cause i very main floor doing Rood bualne.; ,
flat cars operated by a lumber concern call in his own city last week wentto raise enough plants for bulbs. 75 by l&o; can Dell at a bnraatnRKSTALTRANT .
giving. capital and outside for a distance of eight; miles Okeechobee New Smyrna and Coincident with the increased interest doing good liu.lnoii..

investors, did not come until we, the across the south end of Lake Okeo- Bunnell to assist the roll calls there. in bananas increased activity first class In every particular bent Aspirin Tabletsto
location In town. See J. McI'hntt"r.Xissimmee. <
people of Kissimmee and Osceola chobee. placing them on a good highway He wept in response to requests from in culture has come. U. G. Chase has 47-tfc

county, demonstrated our faith in on the opposite side which leads southern division headquarters at Atlanta purchased the 20 acres near the cemetery begin their relief work on
l ourselves. directly to Melbourne. delivered by Miss Marion now being farmed by Butler FOR HAI..E-600 acre wood grove and headache, cold grippe or rheumatic ,
l' truck land near Bt. Cloud. For quick
Judge Peacock states that any section Crawford field for Florida and and McLean and has ordered 100 banana ., pains.Absolutely ;
the material things agent ale |5 00 per acre Write S. L>. William. -
Beyond greater ;
of road between Tampa and Miami Georgia. / plants for a starter. Mr. Chase .. WauchDtu Floilda S-tf
er than the physical, are the spiritual on the Kissimmee cut-off route I At Okeechobee he started work is Orlando man and purchased thin true aspirin, tabletsso

_ advances we have made. These are will permit 'a' speed of not under which resulted in promise of 400 portion of Kissimmee Gardens fromJ. FOR HAI.K-Fine 8 1 room Broadway with furniture propertycontaIning beneficial skilfully made that in their'15

the big outstanding reasons for giv- twenty miles per hour. He says that members while at New Smyrna they M. Willson. O. L. Flory, of New- Large. sleepIng porch. Modern. Lot action begins ,
all detours where roads are under decided of port News and Kentucky has this AlxllO Three block from po.tofflctt seconds. Sn w-white. highest ; ,t
thanks this There is upon a membership 1000
ing at time. construction in Flowing well fruit flowers and purity, never irritate or burn.<[
I are very good condi- week bought the E. L. |
with health Reep place
a public nurse as well. on .h_. Thomas A. Rogers. 610 Broadway '
; t less and less of the petty, more of tion and that there IS in no place At Bunnell he started a drive which Lake'Tohopekaliga from Mr. Keen, Kla.lmmee Florida. 4J-ltx One of 200 Puretest preparations ,

the big. There is less of the knockIng danger of cars being: stuck I 1 promises 25 percent of the white and has placed an order for 2000 for health and hygiene.

more of the boosting. There is'' From the city hall In Tampa to the population for Red Cross member- plants, according to S. R. Chapman.The FOR PAI..B-Fine residence property. Every item the best that skill. ."
Apply at the office of The ValleyUasette
hall in Miami and conscience can' produce.
city by of the Kis-
less of the "us four and no more" and way ship.J. bananas on the S. B. Aultman KlSiilrnmc-e S-tf
simme cut-off registered exactly 330 Cypress Island and those of Captain
more co-operation. There is less of miles by his speedometer, Judge W. CROW BUYS TilE Miklejon on Paradise Island! are doing FOR 8AL.I5-Banana plant., Indy fingervariety R. G. MINICK

jealousy and more of appreciation of Peacock states. He made! the trip to STROL'P SANITARY BAKERY well and a trip to either will be 26 cent each.V.. U Harris j

the other fellow's efforts. Miami on business and pleasure combined I of great value.TRIPLETT SECOND HAND dOOna. bought .old'1 i,
The. greatest thing for which Kis- having left Tampa last Thurs!!! J. W. Crow -i---1;; ; I... H. Crow and repaired. The Ca.lno. 44-tf 01. QafL Drug JVfar

day at noon arriving; in Miami at 4 last Monday bought the Sanitary PLAY FOR
simmee is thankful at this season, is from W. II. FOR HALE} For Rent:, rurnlshed
o'clock the following morning after Bakery Stroup and as- THE BAND TONIGHT Room and No Trespass' Card., 10 . .
renewed faith in itself and - .
)'tal its new continuous driving\ In order that Information sumed charge; of the business that. cents each at The Oacette ofilce. JNoid's

-I plrit of co-operation. While the regarding the Kissimmee' clay. Mr. Crow recently came to'' (Continued from Pair. One
_ _ cut-off route be Kissimmee from Umatilla where the Spain the FOR HALE-Six room house, never Healing Bath 11;
chdrches met last .night in Thanksgiving might for light comedy and George been occupied except by owner a.
services and the day set apart motorists generally Judge Peacock younger man had been in the bakery Arrants the rural comedy, with Mr. winter home: hardwood double
will make a detailed report .of his trip business for a number of years. Triplet in eccentric comedy, also floor., 1 replace., 4 chimney., livtag rheumatism |
_ < ,for praise is, passed, every man and to the Tampa Motor Club, of whichhe J. W. Crow recently bought the Ar- doubling the honest-hearted old farmer room 28x14 ft.; other room. In recommended .for :

- ; 'woman ana| child in ,this favored section is a member! ,.. -Tampa Tribune.' nold property on Sumner and Beaumont for proportion.garage;; 4 servant full bearing toilet.,orange room eczema, and all kinds ofWf, :

should, not only at this time, but known as the Osceola hotel and As an extra treat by the band boys, tree.; 1 grapefruit) hedge; flowering .diseases. Also for *xstomcn.|

_nfr :daily} give thanks to Almighty God, . Liza's Reason for Divorce ille living there with his family 'He U arrangements have been made to' ad- on vine.three* shrub.sId..,,. shad large*,sleeping tr ..; "I..... troubj" 'For, baths std!.m1ni! r-
JudJt'; -,,-"And you believe in die well acquainted in Florida decided mit ladles ,' '
and. free under
thesource from ,which I springs the v conditions explained situated on Dixie Highway, a wide 'ar,water "fo* drtaktosr 'purpoH'!',
vorcet" ,to come' to Kissimmee to' purchase in, thehr advertisement )in this paved .t..t, on corner lot .
;spirit.which is-being manifested now. Liza "Yas. suh, .(, .does* . property and become a resident Issue. .,., _. :. ros.ei.lnn.-at ;one..< Prl ee |..go. 'Lkivdr4e: ( !.",614.Patn1ckS; #

'' ..J Judge--"Why do YO'U'. ,..belleve} ..ioLdi-: on account of the opportunities here. After 'this performanca Mr..,and T.rma.. Write Chapman.. Real E.tat. .- ,or,:p11'on.I08.: '
'a ... Kls.lmm.e. 11'... <04tet '.<
J : j. <
; "TnVbest stretch of iodIjfroiI Lita 7"LIt&t'rU "$ 1"1
vorce, He says that 'with the improvement Mrs.-Triplett will stage another pro ; '
;1'amJ'A..t.o"J'aek.onv' la /that ..fromN ',' ," fta1: dll >way' ," JudgeI, under Kissimmee he considered dnctionCin t.Lakeland,, -returning%to FOR 'BALE-or trad for FlorldA':IIk1l4// tH ifS Nf ;
th.'-O.eeola coanti Jlne? 'tel. KIaaIniP:1tt aorta feels ewe ,,wimn4ins 'heeds cone- .the futurerof this section ai un Kisfriratnee$ for farther operations Immediately lia ISO .acres', Improved in Central TcanV. l Q\\ .
' : .. I> <
C. >, Mitchell. Nbr. .
we :
""Ii, JD\-r;: : : PJL: : *.r ft.._ ,th1n'takep.. as,*circulating I( ,.:p. )) 1i,surpasaedinthe- )" ,-, ',, -,state-.' /./.,> ,.; . ;:.afterwards.. 'f CK. jf .";.A k ) -. ...".t. J I8SIMME1J.91UD., ,: .... -

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r Wantedf clean cotton rags. ; not I -
1 t merely trimmings or strings- but decent rs' CONCERTWAS tiled fo'r' "Irrigation. especially ,;Vhen

:stuff to use for washing rollers MUCH ENJOYEDAn we see the crop doing so .well O11.Jhe; ,
and AGRICULTURAL POINTERS. tiled land. 'i-:, .
presses and wiping bearings The !"df '
subject' bananas for Osceola
ac aZ Bang 'em along to the office of. The appreciative' audience attended county ge\s. nore interesting .all the
Happenings the sacred J. n. OONN,. << .
Gazette, Kissimmee. 14-tfx concert at the Presbyter CpUNTT AGENT time. Two tracts of, land were bought
Ian church Tuesday night, under the last week on which to plant bananas,
.. .. direction of Mrs. U. J. Burrows, for Have you seen ripe strawberries and experts who have spent' In'
No ; 0.- _ .. the benefit of the church cottage The this year yet T They are to be found the banana growing countries 7ears, '
choir, composed of musicians from in quite a few patches now and Mr. nounc. this pro
Eat'at'' Pupont'aCafe. .tfPhone 0'44040400001,40000400. Casino TheaterKISSIMMEE the various churches of the city, seated -\ Steinbaugh of the "Shingle Creek section for growing an exceptionally:them, good

127-3 for best ml k'.nd > 'WEATHER o among the tropical palms and section had two ,full. quarts on. Wed --
raga < t
REPORT ferns, and the season's cut flowers, nesday. \ MANY FLOWERS ADAPTED
49 lmo
cream. _-___ 4 Official" : gave an impressive program assisted Another solid car'of vegetable will TO PLANTING HER llNOW
and Mra. J. F. ..W.lter.p ntTbanksplnc 0 Bulletin of dally tern- FLA. by members of the stringed; orches move from Kissimmee on Friday of .4\
Mr. In Tampa. ,' perature and precipitations fur... \ tra. Mra.. S.' H., Bullock and Frank this week, which shows that Osceola (By Miss Jesn Caldwell)
4 Dished by the Kissimmea Cooperative Reed played first violins Ethel Owen county'' Is fast' waking up to the fact In all worthwhile undertakings
Auto For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- 4 U. S. Weather Bureau and Madge Rivers second violinsand that trucking when gone after prop. good foundation ia necessary to sue-
I ,mell, Phone 41. 28-tf Station for the week ending Friday NightNOVEMBER Miss Lucy Buckets, cello. erly, is a paying business. Every cat cess.This Is especially true in
Thursday, November 29: The first of vegetables snipped by the Grow. gardening and planting of every: kind.
Marvin DuPont is in KiMimmee > 0 number was' the anthem ers co-operatively this season has A thorough preparation of 'the soil', *."
for the Thanksgiving period. 4 Date Max. Mln. Prep. : "Be choir Joyful in the Lord/ lung by the brought excellent returns and- .proper application of, fertiliser
30 and
0 Friday Nov 23.85 was inspiring and full of are -considerations in '
63 .00 0 Now Is time to get the ground making y
New lot ladies coats, $12.50 to 4 Saturday, Nov 24..7S 60 .06 0 # rythm. The next, "The Day Is Done ready for'spring crops. Don't wait this foundation. OLd well-rotted fer''
$15.00. McCAULEY'S Drygoods.. * Sunday, Nov. 25..74 37 ..00 0 was a beautiful evening anthem witha until time to plant to' get the grass tilizers are beat for most plants. '
Monday, Nov 26.J.79: 40 .00 pretty soprano solo sung In a pleas turned under. It ought to have from In setting plant never crowd a, .
Mrs Rt T. Waite of Cleveland, Tuesday Nov 27.82 65 .00 Community PlayersOF ing Mrs. Joe Phipps. Mis now until spring to decay, in the soij' plant in too small a place,' but make' '
Ohio, and two children, are stayingat Wedn'day Helen Bass sang the soprano solo, in the hole large to
Nov 28..83 59 .00 0 *' order that the crop can get the enough spread the
the home of...Mrs. Helen Perdew, 4 Thursday Nov 29.85 66 .00 0 "Angel's Serenade, with flute obbligato benefit from ,It, and cultivation will roots out naturally In transplanting
for the winter._ Readings are made at. 6:00 p. 0 by Mrs. Burrows and" piano be much more satisfactory if the if plants have to wait before being
*'m. for the preceding twenty-four 4> Winter Park accompaniment by Mrs. W. L Barber. grass is turned under now:' reset, carefully protect the roots from ;
15c haircutr 35c children The solo brought out the beautifulrich
Shaves ; ; > hours. Qne about the drying/ by to sun and wind.;
20tiTwo 4 more warning fall exposure r,
25f; at Casino Barber Shop. < ALLISON FRENCH. e tones of the singer's mezzo voice, application of fertilizer on your bear. Water the soil thoroughly: before set- '"

real Bargains in orange groves. Co-operative Observer. Direction of Wm. TriplettIN harmonizing perfectly with the flute. Ing grove. Your trees will be in ting plants, and water, also, after
Realty Company. 444040440* b04444V44 THE GREAT The violin solo, "Berceuse from much better shape next year and you setting. But do not allow the soil to
Nelson! Jocelyn played by'Frank Reed, form- will get a better crop Of fruit by become packed, especially around
i'4ss Louise came home from Five percent discount on city taxes: PLAY IN 4 ACTS erly of Kissimmee, but now residing giving them a good application of small plants,: with these use a fine
Ol'klJtwaha, where she ia teaching, to if paid before Thursday, November in Orlando, was greatly appreciated. fertilizer. Your trees are storing up 1 spray.
I spend Thanksgiving, with her father 30. Books! open on Thursday, No- The choir's next anthem, "Twenty, food during the winter on which to I Thia Is he season for planting'
A. M. Hess vember 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax col Third Psalm," was a difficult number produce blooms next spring and un many things in this part of Florida. ;
S lector. 47-tf' "THE MISSOURI well rendered. Mrs. Earl Lupfer less food I Is put into the soil for them' Annuals, such all pansies daisies, ,
I.nkovlew Dairy; milk. Phone favorite Kissimmee reader, gave the to draw on you cannot expect them to calendulas, snap dragons, petunias,
- )you i' order to New Ice C mpny. C. Let us show you our Dixie Highway well liked reading "The Patchwork (fives best results. Use a fertilizer etc.; also bulbs for winter and spring
Int M I Curbett.V; farms. Nelson Realty Company Quilt," as a pianologue, with Mrs. with 2 or 3 percent'of ammonia, 8 per flowering, namely, narcissus, lilies,
v Sam Lupfer at the piano, whose delicate tent of phosphoric acid, and 8 to 10 amaryllis, gladiolus. For permanent,
GoIII \ A. Hill returned (to bin homein Start the boy right. Buy him a GIRL"t touch added style to the well percent of potash. planting there are roses and palms,
IIMLM4 slimjfle; Creek last week from a New York Life Insurance policy for read number. J. Wade Tucker honored As soon as the fruit is off the trees shrubs of various kinds, including
I two week's trip to New Orleans! and Christmas. See Sam L. Lupfer. the program with a difficult the dead wood should be pruned out abelias,. hibiscus, oleanders, jasmines, ;
In '
ia other Louisiana points. 51-3tc: : sacred tenor BOlo, given all only an thoroughly as it is on this dead wood oleanders. Vines such as the clero-
0.41 --- -- BENEFIT OF KISSIMMEE artist I could, with his rich tenor voice that the spores 'of melanose dendron, bignonia venusta or flame ;
- If you wont to buy sell or rent, Dr. Roland A. Nichols, of Winter and pleasinir manner, accompanied by through (the winter and the spring vine, the red and purple bouganvit-
tru II'". )bun? or farm, see Stanford over Haven, will occupy the pulpit at the CONCERT BAND 11 I Miss Adah Wagner in a finished tyle rains then wash it on to the young lea, and many others.

fN Until k of Oscecla Room No. 17. Christian December Everybody Sunday cordially morning in-, The choir's next anthem, "Jesus. fruit and foliage.Remember In a climate like ours with such a
variety of from which
'-4-, Quality milk from LaKeview Dairy vited. Lover of My Soul," was a beautiful we are go'ntr' to have,, a , home plants should be beautifiedby to select
New Ice Phone SPECIAL SCENERY I Fair January 23 to 26( and now is the every
luirnhcr the
La in Company. your I and tenor and bass solos, a garden of blooming plants,
The place to get dependable time to begin planning for !it. We
snit t there C. M. Garbett. I good3
Cast-Good l\Im duet choice shrubs, and
and trio graceful vines
UNIdn at the tight price: McCAULEYS ic'I were noticeably. effect want all sections of the county and --
Jt,4) 'Ih| Little, of Greenwich, New IRYOODS AND SHOE & MEN'S I,' t tive.i Perhaps a better clcping number everybody lepieaented in it. 'that always harmonize being careful to select colors '_
.411IT\ Y..rfc returned here last week to SHOP. could not have been selected at Si i'wherries require liberal fertili- ; never, for Instance, }. ?
sin'''i"I! the winter. 25, 50, AND 75c J Thanksgiving time than the final anthem zation to give the best!! results. So if placing poinsettias, flame vine and
---- Five percent discount on city taxes: \ by the choir, "Praise Ye The you haven't put on over 1800 poundsto purple bouganvillea within range of
' newt II you want to buy, sell or lent, if paid before Thursday, November Lord," for it was a real Song of the acre already it will be a good I distinctive each other, rather specialize on some
MtnL. hornor farm, see Stanford over 30. Bonk open on Thursday, November I EXTRA SPECIAL Prcise, in all the volume and brilliancy idea to give them another side application color-scheme and adhereto
' Hunk of Oscecla, Room No. 17. *. 1. J. It. Gilbeit city tax col a church choir could render with pretty soon now.Don' I it,'particular in .small gardens.

fni-"11. If you wont--to-buy-. sell( or rent, lector. - 47-tf LADIES FREEEach a Deyorco pretty and duet Mrs.sweetly Rivers.sung by Mrs. forget that the bulletin rack PARISH HOUSE RECEPTION r

,rt.| hone. or farm, see Stanford, overBnnic Misses Ray May, of Loughman, The the in the county agent's office is full of I FOR NEW PASTOR THURSDAY ,
, and Delonarrctt singers participating in bulletins on most every subject con I
IOM. of Osceola, Room No. 17. of Wilhumsttown, I
'i 1-tf West Virginia, arrived in Kihsimm Person Buying One I program were: sopranos, Mesdames cerning farming in this section whichare Saint John's Guild requests the i
- ::11 r. and Mrs. A. W. Sweetland have this week to attend Mrs. Hilton's 1 Joe Phipps, Drench, Parker, Barber, there for you to' get and use on honor of the presence of the members
four an.1, | in. Kissirnrnee for the winter school I of stenography and typewriting 75c Ticket at Tress' News ; Deyoreo, and Misses Helen Bass and your own farm. If you haven't al- of the churches of Kissimmee, their
Cornelia Lancaster; altos Mesdames readv gotten what are interested friends, and all others who be
vast xn i have taken apartments at the for the winter term. you may
and residence of H. M. Breaker. Stand will be Given FREEone Lander, Phay, Rivers, and Miss Mc- i I in stop ,by and get themd' they are Interested, at the opening of Saint, .
'Ult ; Fine rooming and boarding houseto Extra Reserved Seat Coskey; tenors: Messrs. Nelson, Wy- yours for the asking are kept John's Parish House, to meet the roc'r
1 liiir! line of hats, all on special sale, I exchange for nice home. Nelson song, Burrows, and Tucker; bass, 'here for the farmers to use. tor of Saint John's church,. the Rev
at "The Hat Shop," Mr.!. J. D. Wood- Realty Company. Ticket Admitting One Lady Messrs. Marple, Skinner, McCoskey, This'long dry spell makes'us wish erened Albert New, and Mrs. New on
-rllrrod. bel.kIf I and Stevenson. I all the land in Osoeola county was .Thursday, December 6, at 8p. n.MEW .
Mrs. L. M. Kenton announces the ,
0"Vat. you want to buy, sell Or rent, marriage of her daughter, Miss Lola .,, -
horn or farm, see Stanford, over Florence Kenton, to Arthur Wendle -. ' ." -- ...;.
soar and Bank of Osceola Room No. 17. Bailey, in Akron Ohio, on Tuesday,
. *r ,,. Nov. 20. The bride will be remembered -
Lift Five percent discount on city taxesif as a former Kissimmee girl, who '
all* paid before Thursday, November has many friends here, who will joinin : ; '
SO. Books open on Thursday No- the much
kluHi wishing young couple '
- vember lector. 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax 47-tf col happiness.! : jI4:4 :e:,.. s6G'HF.0:13.Totedo.1

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Reductions on hats at Miss Bandy's
avid. Mini Julia Fair who has been via Millinery Store. *
-Ill month* haa returned to Winston- S. R. Chapman reports the sale of I
-' Salem, North Carolina, to accept a the Thos. N. on Mab-
fiat in the there. bette street to and Mrs. William !
....:.., position postoffice Captain
DeWolf, of East Springfield, .
a.4 roen' wear. Ladies' shoes and hos home in Kissimmee.; Capt. DeWolf : .

daka iery. SHOE A MEN'S SHOP. has toured Florida and looked thestate'over ...... '(
but thinks Kissimmee wat- -
Mrs. F. C. Ghiotto and Miss Mar I
er the finest he has found. ."
tha Bell! Harris came up from Tampa .
Wedneadajr night to spend Thanks. .
Five discount city taxesif
percent on
giving with their till Sunday.We parents.. They will paid before Thursday, November By special arrangement Your opportunity to make a personal
remain over
30. Books open on Thursday, November inspection and have demonstration of each remarkable
collector a complete
have lots of milk and cream. 1. J. U. Gilbert, city tax -
Always on ice at New Ice Company. 47-tf I feature of the wonderful new Overland Champion America's

Phone your order there. C. M. Gar* Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, : most versatile car.:' Sweeping public interest and demand lead
bett. Orlando Fla. Battle Creek :Methods. I \ I

Five percent discount on city taxesif !Medical, Surgical, Maternity. Deep us to hold a Champion7Jemonstration

paid before Thursday, November, X-Ray therapy. Capacity 100 pa-
tients. Rest, diet, physiological the-
30. Books open on Thursday, November *
; 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax collector rapeutics. Week
-- Mrs. Kate Lander Kennedy, and
J" $I$.OO to $25.00 hats! to go for her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and .
$15.00 at Mrs.Woodbeck's' Hat Shop* Mrs. James Norton, of Carlisle Kentucky -
with two faithful servants Nov. 22 to Nov 29 Inclusive
a What ia Christian Endeavor? At- Frank and Katie Davis, arrived in .: :,
tend the convention at the Christian Kissimmee Tuesday and are visitors "
church tomorrow and Sunday, and let at the Lander home on Church street.
C. E. expert tell you. Mrs. Norton was here last summer : Plan now to come in Learn all about this first real all-purpose

'1,' Five percent-discount- on city taxes and Lake purchased Parker. a She valuable and Mr.porperty Norton on I I. closed car Get acquainted with its unique benefits for the

(d -.'. if paid before Thursday, November will the home in order and "
1e' 30. Books open on Thursday, No- !Mrs. fret Kennedy new will remain with her I salesman, the merchant, the farmer and the family Free demon-

." vember 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax col brother until everything is in readi ?i :' .'_ stration No charge No obligation Come in !
lector. 47-tf I ,
ness. - '::
You may not be a Turkey but you Christmas "
him for -
What shall I give t
should be well dressed at Thanks- ,? A New York Life insurance I "f.
" Riving time. Call at McCAULEY'Sor 51-3tc ;,!- _,
; L. Lupfer, agent.
policy. I
MEN'S SHOP. 'lc"; -}
New I .,.x-.... ,'-
I A sensible Christmas gift-a ., .
1)t:. Mr. and Mrs. Rchardson Eckles, of York Life Insurance policy. Sam L. ..I)<
I 'f.:>
; Montrose, Michigan, accompanied by Lupfer sells them. 61-3U- '
tht-ir grandson, arrived here I the ear- .! ,
ly part of the week to spend the win- NOTIfK OK KTO('HHOI.OKHV. I ,' ',
ter at their home on Church street. MKKTIM. . . .
Front and rear et d 50 cubic f.etio.&nep.c Blv door front aad r.v- Se a.adupL4.t.rrm.k
Mr. and Mrs. T. Eckles preceeded TO TUB 8TO<"KllOIjlKns: !' OF MKR-' I forward and b.rk by rarnovme raar M.t.adupholt so oldmM ..!. -ao.set is'. k.d ,.e
them a few days. CHANTS FAltJIICH.S DANK helrehy for tall and akort pcopla. .nry cL..bon. I.srtb el c.,.
Sipt11[i7. Fr.OHJIJA. You nre ,
It All hats marked down for the holiday notified that a nH."tlnot the Stockholders -

,..I.,i. trade, at Mrs. Woodbock's. Hat* Bank Kl8 of..lmmc the Merchant. FloiIdH, will& FarnieiH be ln-M Qef agree Demonstration clmerica's&est

- Shop. i I I at Kluflimmee the Banking Florida House, at of eight said Bank of <

Latest and colors in hats at on Uecemhcr 3.1.l A 1>. IVia, tor
I I., ,. Mrs. Wbodbeck's Hat Shop. the purpoi.0 of consult'rliifr tlu nffalio notion!
of Bald Company and taklnB utomobile SensationThe $
-- thereon and for Much other. and said- and Qrecttest
All Kissimmee young people are business an may cU"' '! before

I K cordially invited to attend the Chris- meeting. day of N,,\'ember. t.
tian Endeavor convention at the TOOTS the
I j u Christian church Saturday afternoon D 1923- L E. J'"F.JN.49.3t Overland Champion was introduced grain upholstery. Trunk at rear at email d

, and! evening, And all day Sunday. -Cashier only a month and a half ago. It has taken extra price. Triplex springs (Pafenfe4)i

_what tlif[I for NOTICETo the whole Nation by storm Demand hat ride like a big heavy carl I Bigger, new ,
Don't worry give nearly swamped the factory This is the car
York Life engine-load*of power! Wonderful.
Christmas presents. New Whom It May Concern: thousands ahd tens of thousands have been
W "
.. Insurance policies are ideal &Ifts. Nottce is hereby given that I will waiting for] Famous Overland: reliability. Come and tea
i,, Sam L.. Lupfer will fix you up. not be responsible for any debts or how truly this sensational car will fit you*' at

" >" 51.3tc contracts made by. my wife Mary Steel body. Washable blue Spanish long needs I Don't miss this opportunity.,. ,g

illll, W. H. Crow, of Chattanooga visited Jane Brown.WILLIAM R. BROWN. ,. .

,1dIt his father, J. W. Crow, in Kisslm- 40-4U t
lad glee last'week' with Mrs. Crow and WOODI! WOOD! WOOD! .: .
nrH"-; weir two eons. Mrs. Crow and the still prepared to furnish my .r, LUPFER & PRATHEB. "
, boys will remain' in Kiasimmee for aonthbiit I am with 120 veneer blocksInch \ ." ,' ', , ,, "
customers .
returned Tue 12-inch KISSIMMEE FLORIDA !* : < "
Mr. Crow delivered for ; "
sSe .lday hisao.ltiort, ;;... *cashier in a blocks l ,,$2.DSplit/ for stove-wood M"''' .. *&: . ,fKK ,

'.tI,ttanooga. bank;, guaranteed full atrand; 15-inch for ...... .. _. "" :0': ). ,.. : ';', \. ,_ } ... . :
;4 AL 12-inch for(3.15. Get yourwinter's tr

", ;rCome and seethe pretty' Christmas. $3.85; .aupply! "'pow.All: delivered. ---' --... --.,.. ..,.- "" .-.;, "" ,_._"..,," u' ,- .. -- 'r ....
Millinery 48-tf -7 ---r-'Y :
,k a ..t.MI. fJ.dt.'a ff, Phone. 91.-J.Bouin., '$/; ., ,Ii I i,1 4, .' ,4 " <. '* ; .A: *&., z
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by spring than If planted later, The ..>H*+4Iie. .eele.............. ..**,. .. .

9S( GAZETTE vines very are fast now rate.becoming'We may dormant begin the ata I. THE NEW FEED STORE ;:' :

II: planting of grapes at any time after '
the' 20th of November throughout the LOCATED IN THE REAR F'.WATERS"AND CARSON'S ,

: state of Florida. For those who have i: GROCERY'BUILDING. OFFERS YOU A' BIG_SAVING IK
VOLUME KISSIMMEE, NOVEMBER, 30, 1023 NUMBER 12 recognized the commercial possibilities 1 1I.
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, if -.".- . ---"' ------ --'-' -- ----. ----.-.----,- of grapes and are contemplating I I.: ALL KINDS OF FEEDS FOR CASH ;

Editor ....:._._..,.....Fred Lupfer We can do .t,'we have the material, 'English, History, and others, and are planting: acreages the coming season, '.
-' : Assistant Editor..Alberta Brunson. now let's see everyone out there !now nearing the goal ( of their high it, would be wise to bepin a thorough land I Feed your stock on,the Happy) Family and Old .Beck. Ua. i ijour aaA" '4
of the soil. The
Monda/ I school careercommencementnextJune preparation' flock em Red Comb Line and watch the results.
r i
,, REPORTERS should be broken at least twelve to
Twelfth n____.___::.___Mary Stanley RESUME OF FOOTBALL, SEASON eighteen inches deep and thoroughly I The above Feed. are the beat obey .ean ". 7. Compar* , J
Eleventh ___uu.Elizabeth Carter -- NEWS pulverized. By all means plant your prices and grades and come buy from us. ,
Tenth _______.___.Ruth, Herzberg With considerable new and green grapes on well drained land. The
:Music _________-.___Jeanette Squires material to work ,on this year, we Last Monday morning, Rev. Albert typo of foil does not make any noticeable THE PRICES BELOW ARE OUR EVERY DAY PRICES L
started football early so that we I New, of the Episcopal church, visited difference, as varieties may be y Oats, Diamond J,2.... '

I. Self-reliance! is a word that should might learn a little about the game 'our school and after conducting the selected whlt'h111 harmonize with Corn, Diamond J -...---......-..:.' -..=.__._*.... ...,;..'. 2.?$

be included in the motto of every before the season opened. Our loss I opening exercises he gave us an in- I your Conditions. ix: Old Beck Sweet Feed, 70% ffrain____......_-__ .._ 2.1 \: L .i
school. This word has many mean- of five first string men last I -- -- $ .
year stress ,
1 wresting talk about his boyhood home We wish to lay particular Wheat, fancy ........., .. ......__._. ,- .
ings it means to be indifferent to proved a serious loss to this -- ? -
; ; year's :''in England.:: His talk was of especial upon the' importance of planting only : ---- \ ;
work for yourself\ ; to think for your tcarn. Anyhow, we managed to learn interest to the English:: History class healthy strong, vigorous one year i Big U. Scratch ..--,----------..----.-.-.-.-....._. 2.7$' ,, '- ,

; Belf; and\ to act for )'t>urself. Do not a little football and when the time and they have decided to ask }him to plants scientifically grown. U will be :. Happy lien Scratch ---.--------.-....-.,-...,?,... '::1". :

go through life depending upon ,someone came to play Orlando: we fiought ; come und give them a much longer recognized: that your future! success :: Shorts ....... .
-- ----------- ------- -- _.._ 2.60 :
eloc have the kind of that knew it all but -i :
same we they fooled
; you depends
mentioned business
He several famous in the absolutely -
lone. grape .5. Cotton Seed Meal, 7% bright.. _.._.... .. .
brain that they have-but you have us. Orlando ran over us by I the score .I places and people in connection with* : \ -- -- ? .__ 2.75

_ I to UHC it. You get out of things just 'of 52 to 0. orovinsr that we knew very the history of England, and the class First-Upon selecting varieties Happy Chop Sweet Feed, 90% grain.- .............-- 2.7$ ,
what you put into them, and if you little cboul football. The next weekwe Hay, per hundred pounds .. .._.___ '
feels that another talk, especially to which are known to bo name. ------- ..-_-__.._ 1.85
do net study for yourself you will stalled) football in earnest and them, would help them greatly in the Second-Planting only varieties Happy Cow Sweet Feed, 24% protein...,.__..__ .._ US ,
! never know anything. Form you"own when we went to Lake City, they on- the --
work. necuhaily adapted to
and stick i which are Red Comb Mash 'With Buttermilk..............__. __ 4.% ,
opinions to them at ,ly beat us 20 to 0, that's not so bad. I different of soils-it is' generally -- $
least" until you t find that you are in Gradually improving, the next g;.>me SENIOR NOTES known types that Florida has the great- Red, Comb Scratch ____._._.{l..--_.__.-....-.......__ a...

the wrong have confidence in your- being on our home field we held Fo>tMeade ; Bran ............
; .. .
I ( -t vaiiation in types of soil land. ------------------- ....... 2...

df] ; you can do anything that you ': to a 0 to 0 tie. The next gamer The Seniors held a class meeting consequently, there are a number of Meat Scrap .------------..-------__.___......_.__. ..7$
_ think can do take the light path, as with Sanford on the hcme last decide
you ; Friday to about getting varieties of the very finest quality A few staple groceries at wholesale cost In unbroken
and foll( w it in spite of what people i grounds and we managed to push I their class rings. The design chosenwas commercially known which are being packsfes

say. I over as many touchdowns as they did, that adopted by thi' high school piofitalily produced.The DON'T FORGET THE LOCATION '
------ !' hut failed to kick points, 100 they won I in 1922. On the seal of; the ring is plants on coming fronT the nursery -

OUR LAST GAME i I 11a to 12. The next week Coach Howen -I Ian Indian head below which is engraved should be cut back to two eyes. Cash Feed 'i !
put us down to real work and :, the woid "Osceola," und the year The root system should l be ,'ut back Company
Last '1 l'idavafternoon i Osceola we iked the kinks out of our football ".192..." The ring is very unique and to about the average of RIN; inches in ,
''nt down. in'defeat before the fastC'learwatei machine, so that when Hiooksville. ai emblematic of the Indian chief for indiM, to balanco the growth of the I J. .R. SQUIRES Man cer.PIIONE 12
;1 team to (Ihe tune of 40 to I lived on the homo held were whom the in which the I''
wj going ; county, school. ,,''I int--this should be done oroperly
w 'i O I ilf, holding) them to n 7 to 0 score, must have ."felt their "tun t tliat: day. -- ----- ,11 for Upon the nr- . -'
nit the eond hal 1 f O ceoln seemed( I because weplayed best ;,f sic-;
our jrnne M IEl'.tlUl'tlN'ffh. :: ii\al I c.f the plants they should be un-
to have fallen into a slump, und .
the M-iMin: that afteinoon. h"IIILII i - -
g iiked 1 at oit-"'. I I.1.i: | out in good
leniwati-i, gained at will rolling up KiookoMlle 40 to 0. The next Sit 'I primisi-d ,loritil( that we h ivihien p In
I rnoist sOil l hut not too wet hottingilie
_ two touchdowns in ,the third quaitvrind uidav \\ e went to Surnsotn, ", here W" looking forwnid to will be on should l be '
they set a1-
thite more in the fouI.thVe ilaYed a hard l fought game, managmg / I Jk'CAmber: II, i ill, the school uuditoiiumIJei I lien I III I tlf xmejarl depth they stood. in the "Mil.
:idmit that the CI'urwaler boys were to ,nose them out b a place kick. '>'one is d"l1> united t to ome)
> .: .:. 1 -'rv a- possible, which can be detiimmeil -
team. ::1 l to (0 The tIn t-eemed tt:) p.;'on the the
( MiiK showing on
too fast and, experienced for our weak front i then on. so that when we TilE FOUNTIN: l:: OK' t Ol TilPome TAX
The ('lel1l'\/lI tr team pioved 1o bi* -- plant NOTICE
went t to p'I, the\' defeated us i Ii
ill the
bunch of clean hard d. I Leon, hl'aand: old I (I'lant-i put out omlv seasonluiinn
a good, fighimi'/ to I 0) jtnd l then last Satut day l'1l"lr. I
, Sought the fountain, the of old, I the months of November Oeenilier -
players and they showed t the Let watei' "put uout of anisery" bjtrouming cute '
Diiugh I 11,' Leon failed 1 in tins o'd 1 ,' and Januaiy' if properly set
.pol.tsmul1"hil' of any team till!! we t !, u' 40 to 0Ncll I
ti have pli\ei this yentVe me than'k1 age Ijuest| | ; )hv h1ai flip sojl prettied fiimly i urounlthe1
\ the "":I80n'" over but we feoli
1 ul that the (/an1l' <'ndedhon it did \\',. him.1 found( It. Come be om /.tut. root". leasing: some louse soil;
if had d 1
i we iu complislu nmi
uouud, I tin1 will off better
: top
for t the i'te ln> . glow
I at our 1 tc :1111Va'" ing The toiuh that takes '. the () '
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knocked ",ut 1, ,.... n 'jld not have pluyid la s<|imd I"'xt'al' will be aide, t I ->a"We" \ I If your f"IIlW"i jouimjs have "ot met without wnter unless pro ind 1 i i- un-
"miidi I luncer, Sn\iler 1 fmct'irelhis I. thean) t not all liuiiIM ." || with! suit'ensConic iviialh dry. than plants put out Intel
_ -}i-houldt] i in t the first half of Snt- l'I'i, e' \\ 1 lie "lats1, gitc'i on tin team- : t-;i our. fount and\ dm, )k a with water, After t th'1 frnpe plants I NOTICE is hereby given that
)! beenit.. l cul-
ia\e ki"p un thon.ugh'
\III/lr'l -< ,"II PH'. and at the In h..* this ) tiw'Ol !.. /( ,
Y"'II'0 Keep
h(' n ,'oinl); sill t iMI he |I" nv.1' ti "j( if.hit"-." ,nu.J| itt'a s..". up j on do -"ii"ii Pol ( lie, real \Incrnp"' of I'l'rp.tnal"uth livation .by if the use. of a. spi'mir t"i>tlihaiiow
. serious, k.s t the I muiinlcr "f (lie thnL! I.xt year. y' i tool of lh( A i'me t tvpcU'lien Osceola County tax books for 1923
shoots} !In-t, begin to
I Jal1l1'. \ ou will tinJ I light} 1 lieu in on! Kicvh appear
.. rthiohill I bo in early "pl'inl take a .'
- Boot h ,
SKMOKViun OTIS) : I man S. SIitm't I'
BOYS') \SM7in\LL j "'n<'.lnosc i i nuij' turning plow, barr will for collection on Novemberfirst.
JI -- '- \ the i'a- if f ':2em.\ i In, I ) f--t-; our ca 'nj 'II! next Sat I olT slightly i bout two or till('(' mchoH\ j'
On Mond.n' ]},>,.enibcr "\, the hoys'': OseuU I High I Si,.hi ol ill :Seilnber; ; 'u dar. I 1I"'ml..r 8. 'I.p and about twelve from the plant
\:11: stait I then;,r. practice for the I 19M-;! ]I'.lJtl!,: it botstiil, of alii ,zt forty ,miillbers .i -- ---- I After iloinvy this, apply to eii: 'h pimt I am now ready to furnish
1924 baski thou season The inteiest Since that time ome of Hum 'leiuhep} ( giving first aiil lecture) fiom one hnlf I loon,' ,pound of SlOW
t has been in football so far this y<'ltr. 111\\'" left to g,) to othei.1' ,> '!s, mh- 'Ihii) I liiid to take the jioor little nit nip fei lii7er? such a castor po
but now we must nettle down to another ,','s have "flunked" othets! h.i\e jut .Ion's legs off just above the first mice or bone meal. This will produce estimates of these taxes. 2 per cent

fcim of tUhletu Last yejii i quit) vf, while still others have come i ;mint t in s:op) t the poi ;en from spi e.d- onl.| ftionp healthy nhoots
the ;team stalled the aeaon fine I in and, joined our lass until tn.w it ing." From then on rive thorough cultivation -

winning the first four games in the' number twenty-*even. Til's: is not\ a St i.ili; 'nt -"Oh. Ill)', didn't you ever t keeping dust mulch throughoutthe discount will beallowed:: for November -
disttict.; After that interest waned small class for our school, for although put it hack on ??" "[ dry neason.
- because they could not get enough the lars of '19 boasted of -------- In a Inter articleve will discuss
substitutes out to practice with the ing the largest class tVat ever be-j You came to our Carnival before oilier niattcm of interest to the vine payment.
- "varsity." Come on, boys, let's don't uated we now claim to be the largest. we invite you to"come again. \ardiKt but in the meantime if any
I let that happen again, let's go out for These twenty-seven Seniors have further information i Is (desired. ad.

basketball and make Osceola stand managed to stagger thiough under I Come to the Carnival and enjoy one dress, II G. Gardner P. (). Box (>">2, ,
out on the basketball map this year. the mighty burdens of Geometry, evening of real fun. Bartow, Florida.

I ++H+:..o. ++ +++.oQo>M- +:-- --:- I price 9f the entire wheat crop is determined FLORIDA: HIGH SCHOOL 'nu. WARD OFF GRIPPE C. L. BANDY

by the small quantity sold DENTS TO COMPETE FOR $10,000 Oft rid of that cold quickly] before ,
SAYS THE !STATE <- in foreign markets. Little if any feverish condition set iu and you have .

MARKETING BUREAU < corn is exported. In fact it is believed All students of high schools and a Cough und &jrrup case of (Creototed grippe. )Leonardi's"quickly . I Tax Collector.

.. + that about eighty-five per cent of scomlary schools. inFlorida have been lOO<,tlJl"lI" and hcaU raw llii-outs, cuts the *' ." "" *. '
H) "' >* the entire corn production of' this invited to compete in a $10,000 National -. phlegm protects! the lun''j' Stops Irritation 42-10t ,. !fb''I'' ,,,,1./W}

', ,! '. ' country Is. fed on thefarms, ;where' it prize essay, contest put on by flaIl brings f you hare .,, ,.', '. ', ' ,..f. .. '\'" ' ,"; '\-4; :.
( "
+ '.J< ; '" # f\\.> . Y.. itYt.
the c ,
bud bronchitis
American Chemical tight cough cold. sriiix 1
The !world! II right .>ncw' Unthinkingabout /produced, I,Tbere tr;>Is*never'#,very Society according or ? 'y.- -....... .'
J rt bottle of ouiirdi's Cough
much trouble in getting a good price to a statement made recent-
the spread in values between 1
'Syrup (t.'r..tPd) and ward I off
-i the producers of raw materials and' for something that is consumed by ly by B. C: Riley, director of the .Horirn trouble. Fine for whooiilur more

_ the consumers finished products. Cot I the neighborhood folks. general cxtenvion division who says: cough mill fruiiii.) The, IIO!", sure nnilploosiiirt .

ton at thirty cents a pound to the i I "Tne contest which is the result of : reiiiidv J that Jon inn depend -. -- ,- .. .
grower beccjncs worth $8 a pound by Co-operative marketing associations the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. upon Protect your children cud your- .. '
I I llell. At druggists. 4'
Garvan of
New York, is a memorial your
its in New
conversion into the finer gradesof York in 1922 did a busi- '
fabr'c'; The wheat in a barrel of t ness of $58,500,000. The Dairymen'sLeague I to heir daughter Patricia, and is intended __ ,

flour is now costing the mills about Association is in the lead\ I to stimulate interest among TO THE PEOPLE OF I Storage Batteriesfor
I ,
high school students in the :
$5 a barrel.! It is only right that a with $48,700,000. The Eastern States development -
I fair profit should be added so that :Mi'k! Products comes next with $3-::; of chemical science in this country OSCEOLA COUNTYWe
money may be made out of the business -: 000000. and the Western New York All arrangements for the contest -

I _ _ of milling. The baker takes 1\ I State Fruit (;rowers annual business tile in the hands of the ccmmit are preparing to go to pres.
1 barrel of flour and manufactures 315 totaled $2.r>(00,000; I tee on pilots!" and essays of the American with "ur Co-ojwrntive'Booster Num- :! Buick Chevrolet Nash
loaves of bread fiom it, each weighing ( hcmical :Society, with headquarters '1<'1'. I If your personal mention doc : 1 50 '

I one pound for that bread t the con- The production of milk in the U. York III l the' Six Munson Building, New not appeal in it, do not blame The Overland Tort) Maxwell etc. V .
City. of in
prizes $20 gold I
sumer pretty generally pays ten S, in 1921, was approximately 99,000 Gazette or its employes. You know :
to be
cents a pound thus spreading the million pounds!" according to the U [i are awarded in each statd in the the work has been under way for the
j faim value of the wheat $5 to I Union, and scholarships to Yale and five wec-kn und thorough solicitation -
$31.50for S. Dept. of A Jrricult UI'e. This was an will past a 12 Volt Batteries for
I the consumer. That the baker as average production per cow of about.I Vassar be given for the six best has been made. If you have $22.50
in the
.a good busine'8 is essays! United States. These failed to in the building of
man making mon- 4,000 pounds. With our present pop- [ co-operate Docile
.ey at his end of the job is proved by i ulation there is available about 200''I'cholarBhips for four will carry with them tuition this issue, blame only yourself.In I.

: "..e tact that new baking corporationsarc pounds of milk for each person, eitherin hemiral years in chemistry or I the event you have been over-
; being regulSTly organized anJ the form of milk or some of its I cash. engineering In addition to and these$f>00 awards a yearin looked, it has been done with no intention GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR '"
; that additional stock issues of old various products.The of leaving you out; get busy
many other scholarships will be ofCer"u J
baking concerns are readily marketed I and tell us at once you are ready to
above The betweenthe I through universities and col- co-operate in the effort. Kissimmee :
_ par. "spread" Battery Company
Co-operative Jour- leges. It: is planned to send a chestof
cost of material and that of
raw nal of Chicago, leports that the far- j five books which include Creative
the good manufactured article is seen in a I mers' grain elevators of the west are I Chemistry by Solosson The Riddle of ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION!\ Phone 135 17 Darlington Ave I ,'

many things. ;fast turning to the true co-operative I the Rhine by Lefebure The Life of -- ,
principle of "Patronage dividends" in In a recent address on "Electrical -
I Pasteur by Vallery-Radot, Discovery, oQo -
_ _ _ "Root Knot and 'its Causes and distributing their profits. It takes The Spirit and Service of Science by Communications" before the eleventh ._ ..
Control," i i" the title of Farmers Bul- !i time. as the Journal says, "to get I Gregory, and the Future Independence annual meeting of the Chamber of :: - ; ..
letin No 1345 issued the U. Commerce of the United States, JohnJ. I
1" by S. farmers to understand and adopt the and Progress of American Medicine -
Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, I D.I' plan, but once adopted, there is nothing in the Age of Chemistry, by a Carty, vicepresidenAmerkan "
I, _ I C. The wide range of plants it afflicts else that gives such satisfaction. committee of the American Chemical Telephone & Telegraph Company,
the serious losses for which is Day day the said:
by farmers of th0 grain; Society fiom the New York headquarters -
responsible and its constantly widening btlt are learning the meaning of true to every accredited high anj:! ommerce is becomming more and Select School of

spread, prove it to be one of the They are not cooperators secondary school in the country, and mo.dependent upon the rapid and C
: most dangerous; of all plant diseases. by birth or training, but Individ- the leading libraries for the use of trustworthy interchange of informa-
The bulletin is freely illustrated and ualists. Every farmer thinks for the students who enter the competi tion."The
should be in the hands of all farmers. himself and directs his own acts. Cooperation tion." natural characteristics of radio Stenography \ Typewriting

1 comes slowly but surely. The General Extension Division of and wire transmission are fundamentally -
I According to the U. S. Dept. of AIfI'Farmers ,are seeing the benefit of i the University of Florida will assist different. Each, due to ts

riculture, some 115,000 head of livestock concerted action; they are realizingthe / students, who enter the competition, unique capabilities, is performing a .
I thrived under the latest approved good of the co-operative law. No in every way possible. service for which the other is unsuited -. MRS. C. E. HILTON, Instructor
methods of care and feeding force goes so fast to satisfy every and each is supplementing the other '
in 1922, due to the fact that they were farmer in the community with the READ AND to the end that there may be'provided i
) kept by boy. or girls who had joined way a farmers' elevator company i is ACT all the facilities necessary to '
a pig club, a beef club or a dairy run as to have it run on the pro-rata extend throughout the whole world a Winter Term Dec. 1st. Pupils entering
L club, the actual care and management plan and pay dividends on trade." I Folks co-operate to the extent of comprehensive system of electrical opens
of the animals of I sending copies of the Booster Number communication. be
being a major part now will graduate with the spring class and
of The Gazette to friends "There when
club work. There were mere than I your never was a period ,
1 78,000 of these young stockmen enrolled I I j| The U. S. Bureau of Chemistrywarns I I and acquaintances. living elsewhere. organizations responsible for electrical ready for positions.

last year throughout the U. S., housekeepers not to allow food i I. Each copy will carry .Osceola county, communications were more enter- .
an increase of nearly 10,000 over the or drink to stand for even a short in descriptive articles and pictures, prising and more able and more Intelligent -
enrollment of the year before. time in a galavnizeoViron vessel and I to them, thus showing what we have and more successful in extending Instructions in this School are of the highest '
I I I do not use such a utensil in making, i to offer. Place your order at once communications throughoutthe

The farm club movement has already -1 preserves or jellies or as a containerfor for extra copies. Wrapped and readyto world. class, and all former graduates have readily secured
fruit juices. Some of the zinc mail, lOc per copy. "The progress of this country has
borne fruit
sufficient show
to with which the bucket utensil is been so rapid that, within the last
that generally the farmer who was a or positions, and have been able to satisfy 'their employers
club boy will have better galvanized probably will be dissolvedand NOW TIME TO PREPAREFOR few years, America has taken the

.,. farm than the one a who did not managed have' will not only give the food an unpleasant PLANTING GRAPES foremost position in the art, practiceand from the beginning.
taste but of electrical
ii to administration com
very apt cause
the .advantage of club training. f I1 sudden and intense illness. 'Experiments During the past few weeks we have munication." '

carried on by the federal chem had quite a little cool weather with What a record for private initiativeand Terms: $10 per month. f
The third largest corn crop ever ;lets, with quantities of lemonade, orangeade light frost in all unprotected portionsof perseverance as contrasted with '
':'produced .In'the, United States is .sell i iing milk, carbonated water, the state. This cool weather is electrical communication' for the benefit :s :' ''ii :,
;& / ; tor',.the !highest prices ever obtained .. r Washington City' Up water and dis ideal for conditioning! grape plants ,of the average ,citizen: in other Special tutoring ,lnHIgh'' School Work? 'Term_ $
ii .i except in [ war times. A poor|UJ1ed -water held over night ir// galvanized for setting1 out during the months 'of parts of the world where the development *

i ''crop.'of:wheat, far below the:normal.., iron bucket.. prored"tha cine November December and January. of the resources i. handicap- on application. IT : '
,;, average Jn bath quantity. and-.quality,.. ontamMatIofl-eecurre4. ;In"'each:,case* :'".GOe8.:. II*oldJJt..U'; :: "tneant.. P tbytht'stagnation .policies of the p ,
is aelflnff. fa'priceiurbelowthe'1: : Th -offlcials, therefore/warn :against planted as early as possible in the governments which control them and ', / *', , '.5 '_.y ; ;
coit; of production. The. explanation t th., 'use of such utensils as containers season,for.the-reason that;they will where.their service Is limited largely .. .

\\l",., I' .probably-lies s : In. ,the,, tact' that.,the ;.f3 for'/' ; drink., / !have: better root systems, developed to the official or wealthy eb..... ' ----i -4 -- I

(,U.v' rZ.i: ..\.,;;{Z.K'"I( .: .illo.... .,A,.;<,",, '-:'l'Jj.. ..ii'v"i1_ ,1\""\'',._.. ...'.....:.: .. ., _'.;':-_,)1".,....... ". .. ""._'\..4.4""t""f'I"'H.." ' ;.\ '. ''''''' .'/ ./><: : ..,..$'',SMW-i-. ,...Ii,1 1." ..i I-.....!,.. *f ,' )I. ''c,.,-:.i'u'S->>. *../-H<".'J'' ,: ; ,

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..44. . ..."-::. C.1f A. :-IM*, %.nd 'to ;h W'h"* it -

.. )'01& ..a..... wb,. ,said Pe\l\1. Should any a faster movIng Vehicle. as, free pa.. TO THE 'PEOPLE OF
: not .rallt.4, sage as possible on the Ifet.r .
ga1 Advertisements 'J WtTE88 by name Section I.'w.M shall b> unlawful to

of tteol& COUllt" FlOC'I.a. .. \J.t lt kl..lm. any .oept In. aooordane. OSCEOLA COUNTYWe

.. . .. ...... .. . "' ... together'. .with the Seal of my of. With street. the Pavement marking, on providing the curb wher.hl and. IL IIDOOORYcIWTh? :
r1r itt"al. the tIt' .d&)' Of November; A. there Is no such markIng aU- are preparing to (TO to press

Court In an" '.* tit. Seven- b. Parellel to the parking. with our Co-operative Booster Number -
Circuit curb.
!*,,.nth judicial Circuit or the State ofl'lorld. (Meal l) Signed Count Sudge 1. I* of COMER. *loti" *. It shall be unlawful to If your personal mention doe electric w&siilncS metallineWASHE "
tmChnc.ry. Oeoeola
in ..n6 for 4<*4t Kr. fy vehIcle for more than not in It do not
) PfcblloaMoii/ County. one appear blame The
Florida.OOIJJ5T *
order ot Atmel a- time between S A. M.. and I AN OR WT A WR N I
Maud Mathewa In her own TICbt 10 p M. on Broadway from Btiw.rt Gazette or 'ita employe You know

l.lnant.. va. KtMtfnm.. LJ>dConi. IIIr TRia COVlIITY Avenue to Dakin Avenue and no v.. the work-has been under way forthe

CTvP et... hesiwiBn-aiits. THH BTATBOF JtJDOIII, o orCOIJ1 Tir' .STATE bide baYln..o parked for on. hour past five week and a thorough loliciation .
$M>R">A TO M. N. I>ulln.Amanda or. FLORIDA. .. on Broadw".1 and h..vln.d"p.rtt'tl.
Vol fota.rwta. known.. "1''.. In K.I tat. of Mile Mack deceased .haU park again 'III the eam., block ha* been made. If you hare;
B- ,V. De Vol) and Rowland O. IX Vol. .. CITATION til on. hour after departure. 8" failed to co-operate In the building-

tir bandl B. 0. Meek Sarah Mary To. : Ollv C. Mack. antVuJw 4'- hali be unlawful for' this'issue, blame only yourself.In Priccsuntilto&y$165NOW
Jglwftfrdl Sophia ratttoe If Inn II...... Florida. !tiVIrar or.other vehicle used the event have been'
overlooked -
aid for
Sid responaent are llvtnr. and it 6.111. Newman. to .
V.ha""n park on BroadTJl
of them it has been done with no.; In. ...
.....pond..nttl or any are dead. 1 Weoo lawn Ave.. dray or other vehicle
then. THB 8TA.TIS or FLORIDA. TO Nerwmlk. Ohio. Snlrfor heavy hauling Is hereby de- tentlon of leaving you out; gret busy

All person clmlmln an intereat In th. Ella p. Ma..kt Him mean one whose capacity I. and tell us at once you are ready -to
,.ndn hereinafter described under Mid 1,1' K. tara Bt, than one ton- or one whose to- In the .$155 ;:1 '
deceased peawondents. otherwise. ID. Cleveland' Ohio.. tat length from the extreme front end co-operate effort. 0'I
Cllu"lnK an th. ....1..... grantee.nd Clara ... ".ck. to i the extreme rear end including the .. ., *

other ,,lalmants-of.or. under' an" I1 *>. 111'4 St.. sSLtf any. exceeds It* Inehea.. READ AND ACT
flf paid amed! respondents.., Also TUBH Cleveland:: Ohio. i "' '. It shall b. unlawful to '
sTATIII > VtORIUA TO All parties O don 8. Mack park ri.T5hlcl*. on a street except I I I4
_."'.? '', Interest In said Ult K. llrd 8t.. within .W5U" way district' between Folks co-operate to the extent of .

Emli. yoU ARE) HBREBT NOTIFIKU Cleveland.. Ohio. sunset sunriaeunless' the same sending copies of the Booster Number ,
that a elll to quiet the title to the fol.inwlntr : The Board of Home Mhnlon. and shan have a tall light continuously of The Gazette to your friends
described property looted In' Church Extension 01 tOre '
: Methodist
Ike City of Klaslmmee. o.c.ola County. Episcopal Church. Philadelphia. Section '.. It shall be unlawful for and acquaintances living elsewhere. C.tit

..l"rM". to-wlt: feeitlnnlnv, at the most Pennsylvania. . any vehicle to park within' six' feet !1'f Each copy will carry Osceola county : :
Westerly Corner of Lot Four of Bin** AND TO ALL. OThER PERSONS: 1NTKHKBTKn a fire' plulr.7'U In descriptive articles and pictures, ,
. of the South Florida Railroadoimpany's : : IN TIlE: IfBRRINAKTER Section shall be unlawful for to them thus _
; showingwhat haveto
Survey-to the Town of KJIsIhnrnee IJBHCIUBKU RBAI. 1B8TATB. if.i driver of.any vehicle, while the / we McCARTHY'
Osceola County. Btate -ofWorlda. NOTICE I. hereby vehicle Is parked on any street : offer. Place your order at once JOHN A
gIven to and
eOcVrdlniK to the otnolsl each of you, that tJoorye C. as In ". .... and While the engine 'I for extra copies. Wrapped and ready .

thereof filed and. recorded amoa' the administrator of the Estate of Miles Is Unjesa'running to leave the' said vhinl. to mail, lOc per copy. f i. ,:. (\''t. .
vjtibllc record of Orange County, Vlor- Mack deceased "with 'the will annexed some adult who Is competent
34:1.: run thence Northeasterly along has filed a Petition the above styled to drive'said v..hlll. Is In the. 'sald '
Church Street ..".nt-IIv. feet to the Court. setting; forth that It Is necessary driver.hlcle during the entire tim.'. the .Gazette Classified Ads bring results "uli o Electrical
wont Nofftierly corner of ..aldTour to take possession of real estate I. Ab."nt. : Quality Plus Service in Commercial -

or aid. Ulock Fifteen; thence runSoutheasterly to render. effective the. provisions of vehicles Section 8-uA" vehicles. except motor Printing at The Gatette.. ** - s,__ Dealer anti Contractor" .

along- the dlvWrnic' line the will and eottafl and that It I. necessary ( other provision (I. Have us mail The 'Gazette' to -' C,
itwon Lole three and Four of said to aril. the real estate for said made, must wheth rt tn motion .r ypur .
4loi(\ '. Fifteen a Dl.tanre of elirhty- purpose and Jiraylna: for an order to p..rk..4. carry a light vlslie' t Iron any friends in the north.. * .
; thence run Southwesterlyiisriillel obtain direction from sunset to sunrise/ ST. CLOUD. FLORIDA
,' possession of the following real .
\ to Church Street a dtMtanc. of estate to render effective tho provisIons Section II, Every, motor vehicle op. AN APPEAl. IN BEHALF OF _
. ...', feet to Drury avenue; crated| or driven upon the streets .if I
. try.IIve of the will and codicil via: Kl..lmmee. TIlE HOMELESS AND ORPHAN 1
Ihi n. .. run Northwesterly lonii<< Irury hot Nine ) Block 31 1Df
: !W Rhl!
adequate brakes CHILDREN OF TilE STATE
AVI flaP ...' feet to the place Lot Fifteen (15) of Block 167; and Hufflclent In good working orden. 1 1I I II
of rlnnlniri' Snld land MinI a part Lot Nineteen to control such yehide I iv
(8) of Block lit
...I"t\ Four of the acid ITIark Fifteen. Lots Nineteen (19) and Twenty; at all times When the same Is In ( Marcus C. Fagg State Supt. Chi) -_

all ultuutvd In and part < T the. North (SO). Blorfk "18'; device use, and for an adequate horn or other dren's Home Society of Florida) T'1
j, ill uf lovernment Lot Four of Sec- All of the Town Signaling Sufficient under .
Twenty-two Townstilp. Twenty- of St. Cloud. Osceola. all conditions to Rive. timely\ warning To Die Good People .of Florida;

'lion nSouth of Ilanite Twrrtty-nlno Rast!:: the Semlnolo. County: Florida Land &according InventmentCompany' to of thi- approach: of the motor vehicle Christmas in coming-will be here '

.if Tillnhajisee Meridian '........ filed on (Incorporated.) 1'lat of and I shiill. during the period from ono- before we! realize!' it-and our society :
1! half
,> .ih day of October. A. n. IP!). In the "Ak1l'ow" hour after ininsot to one-half in in need of some help from -
hour everyman
.I i, ,.lnv,' Court by Aim's Maude Hnth.iiiist ) A I.oRO: l"-for. nin-lse display nt loam
.. : ( you and othern.. you ANI lots 0".. hundred alld Ten (I 11)) twr liKlitnl UmpH on the front and 1 woman and (child find every
AHK, 1TKHKHT ('( MN' pnn on the Lean of Such vehicle. fi Th- church school lodge clioo''
KV.-II MK YOU ani 0,... 1111"0',1 and 'lfl.', n'liS Sunday '
\ < *KP to 1'00"1' Ih cell "R"., on light of the front .lamp. Minll Ii. vlsl- \voimm'n .
cul) ClubKiwuni1
) or '('lIlIn EigIlt'eiI ( 38). I'lf >. Rotary io I
nt two hundred feet In th' Easjf Prep
( > rl 1.iy of leccmbor A. 1) lt23 Tnwn..II' Tw..III.lx (2C) nlllh I Club. Civilan arc -i----
\' P.''SB the' Honorable ('. o. Anti nr Range Thirty-one fli ) linet. dlMTtiini I |I" Awdiic-h'' I ho motor vehicleis Club young people's so-

," -i Judire of the above Court. HUH I'eeril I n ( 10 Ihe M"hllnol I <' 1..1 proceedtn and Khnll lie provldpilwith city, and othei orpanizations of busino 4

,. .,.ne ns Clerk thereof and the seal unit tveetin'it ("inpaily's I InrnrpnrItd illinnifror some other doyle'squally .s concerns in the entire htate.Vo 0mn.t&a'r
,..' .id, Court on this the Oth day .,' l'fUch',1 l In prutectliiu: HIM irlv- '
I Nild is'I.1'on o t I I.e ' \ nce I good homos for homeless -
< of n .. our -
. tchtclitrnvrlliiK I In nn .ll -
)i. r. A. n. J '21. still ... .dl..11lChl.\:\ ...." I 1 I I ppo <
ilirpctlon.Vh<-n dimmer. rliiKlien most of all for hoveRportH
J. U OV' nRTnF.rT.! are UBOI!. we
Lot 3'.ljilv I isni .r t4oettnn T".ntvnl. ,
A. rM,*rV' of aboro (''''H\. .... I 2'I ). 'I'.wi.eiJj. .. '"w"rh'-' TOP vehlrliroiiKH KhiUI)! !>' MIMilli-il hufidc the I inot'r of little ones that we must. 7

It Point> Sellr (26) :Si.ulli of HIlr.I((' Thlrl"I$. font (pf any v, hlrl! .within ttnvi-llnv I two In hundred an place in (rood homes: in order to makert .
0:: OAJtHF.TT.ilniinee. -
I Flnrldu.. 10ni.Y. ncTiinlinK to the f7. nilnoleI.HIII .* tllret'l t tun., or uh.riffume oth 1 .-i im for other honnl! <."" tots to come
iintl. I iIMltfl'IIt, I'It.I.'s i ilf\l !Ii'1 1 IM uxi-d I It Hhnll I I !h.. no in. We therefore for .
I 4S-11 nrrnnireiltnm plead
I fur "omI'IRI""l1t goo'Shomo
I'II".I t ..*aI.lJ l I-i'| ," ..r th.- II.,.. "n\ of :
n tinMuhtH Mttnoliid .
--- - "..I.I! | S. Tw/ I II. of them- between now
i ion i 1'1)I' IJ'M I'l i Niiiil ; many
tnotoi \ iltitlo|
tlo( Hhln
I tilt Court Ih Judicial' flriiilti
i r..f., Ci cioln ('A..nt).. Klniiiln. Ini I.OIB\l.f" Tlilii\-oni' ..r Sitlon 111.11. tl I ,ii, rlr r.t r. ,um ,!?. gi'oinil. and Christinas.Ve CR.E.A..Rolled 1rX I III / liii I
.all. :
it :t1 dKliiixii.f' h' .,, in inimc liute
iv J..1'r'' ''' I 111"1'' | '''< 'i ; I Thl'I'I, ',"' 'JII'- fc -I \ are < anti great nprdof
iil'i III l of
( '>i porntloM, orle."la..1 l io1 exl-t-, motor vehicleK.ftlon -. funds to continue Rtat ..
i t\ cl I. LI..l i !' .iitIi, of t ICiniK: Thlrt 111. All our great <
d: tin IIIWM of I )IKSt..t .1!.1I \ehlr1on "'.irr\lni
i 1 "l-'isl 11" I. 'h"I i wide) and undenominational
\ 3 i..i'i" ]litlil.'p.| | lumlx-r. pip- ., OatsjJj
,' .. nny "I'rlnl
i" John
I 1 i <'iti la\iiHnt. V.- .
s.-iini.-! 1..1 iiii.l 1""fI"
1 I nl Itl-SpOtllllMttli' ( Hill I.. QlltolHKler .. "Iii' 'nl < Mtnilli\K" UIKIf.ct' or muni ovci Ih During the past two months our nee
Cfttniiti\* ii I o. : I '01'l iitn1llMllll ,
in t
of Puhltr-Htloii Th.SlHl.rlitti . I | 'ii rear "-11.1 of il,e, ho,,,' of Ih.'ohlrlo .
\ of 'II M.ll.l :Sl-l-tlo-l Thll' | >- : shnll durlntr .
., to- James A Vnii VnaMt HH 1Ui .Cl.'i_ I ) !Sliuili-. i In "....1") ,-..",,.- : not tiday I.- .. fly than a unit In str.eoii1iliilnx cocked air
of Hchetivrtndy, N Y Y-m 144 snuiir I are part: ra
l\ VI.II'I.'nfoII'HI'' i I ini-ln-B..
lliv ; ,
1 romrnnndvd and required t.i. on rca 0'
... on the Srvi rtnv ..r'\' :unit ,.11;, oilier;" l.;>ri"ti i.i>niul H h"t..1 of you nroher.liv mifl at of night the H.iIT Shall. vlnlhle illgiilny. not n IPKH Unlit Inpliwo ihc tnill btj a special
: In the Hill of 1'.1"1"1. fll .
I roiiitn ni'l'd 1 lo n|>.piir In fore ion" feet.Keel ..
.hove* "1"1' 'II entIrC .. .. It is
> oln County,
in Hi KI Mliiimi-e. Hf Ion II.i It also 11 ho unlawful! too II process. so casg
\ mess the Tfonornble ( O An- ., .
1Ist 1.1,1. mi i ho Kill .Ia) of l 1\ n-mh r.A .." any cut-out. exhaust horn.
I'...11'' or slm-
as JiidKv of the above .
M IK23. t" nlio\v riiux.If an> liar casgtjoutodotherest -
apparatus on motor-driven
("I. k thvrenf. and th'il vo-
on a 111.; SB you have, win said petition nhonlU not hleles.Herllun.
senl thereof -this) the l lit day of L
l h. in-nnt -<1AVITXKKS "
12. It shall bo
."h'r. A : my nn", ... nn ('n"nt.10..1",.. i.lH-rnte any velilclo the to '-a4 '
on streets of
J in of 'fjvn-ol.-i ..UII'' ) Florida.. nt KlHHlmmi' the ('It- of Klmilmmee within the fire .5 ,

:, , .t 8.111).. 47-51 toKi'theiwith the Seal of im; of- limits. at n ..|>e.-d exceeding ten miles t _
--- ---- -- .
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n.\ thin' tt, Clh day of November. per hour or on the other streets of
Mil D. 1013'I'! said city at speed of moru than twen ,
: I.. COMRR.Smil ty-five in I leu hour.
'TICK 18 lUCItKHY niVKN. Ill ( I) Count v .3 ud ire of Oneeola.tllilt Section J 3. per It Bhall bo unlawful to _the round package
of Tax Crrtln- '
I II! \ Uyer poihnaer County. Florida.An .
. N'o. int. <1i>t".l the (th tiny of June. __ opernte. any vehicle on the streets Inn

v I 1CI1. hna tiled call certincnte. I II In. Kr.lliiHiio.. .l'i'rl *iinir '.. : Section reckless U.or disorderly It shall be.manner unlawful. far .
..nice and bus made appllrullon fur 1 ( ... "''I'I'.n.1 1 _.,i-j _a'J' ; i E
withI. It.-c-i'lvlllK' of Klolon OiiiKln any person or persons to drive or op.
uilced' to I.Hue In accordance _ _ _
the uhllo Pence of the City erate an automobile
fol- \KHlimt or other motor .
I. Raid eertmcate embrace the of Klsnlinnice', Dtrtnlnn the Offi-OBO 'utl..avcupy vehicle on the streetS of the City of : t.
de.orl" luulu* >n ,
of Rerelvlnit KlMlmmee who
; iwlnlnir the> Offence are at the time Intox u \
, ..I.. tv>unty4 'Klorlda. twwltjof icated.Mectlon. ;
and Fixing
Stolen bode: aP
NKU:: KH of *11\4 of KWMA
.Ti.lty for.. Violation Ht-reof. ( IK. It shall be unlawful to
104 of llW'. 8WU of 8EM oft TTK IT OHHA1NED! bv the City iComml usebrlirht lights on ..n,. motor driven
\V '4of Mtt' or.'BK\4 MM of 8WVI ..Hlon of the City of Kl..ilmmo or other vehicle between sunset ano 'I : 4 i
N\V'4 of Sevtlon. la In Town.hlp Soctlon I. Larceny wllhtn Ale cllyirmrwnf hunrlse, within the fire district. City Tax N tit :

It. South nan."JU -EaaL.asacsie.i at_ 'thidMo the City of Kln.lmmee Ishereby Section IS. It shall be unlawful to :
The Mild land hems declared. \ an offense acalnst the use a spotlight on any motor drive
of th.. U.utnce, of..aid. certlfirnt.In Klmlmmee.Hertlon vehicle the . .
publiC peace of "the City of on street of the CHy. J.
the name of Mra, Nettlo !).... Un. .. Receivingstolen. Koodnwithin Section IT. It shall he unlawful" for' ",, -' : '{
,I.... Maid certificate shall l>. redeemedacor4Ini' the city'limits of the'C) yi'Of any passenfter'automobiles. with carrying : "

to law. tax deed will Klesiinrnce"knoWIilg the same to have capacity of nine or more person -,. >;.-f.. \ wn,. -' .. s.o ,' 'I, : 4

on the lutw dny of Oeeember' ;. heenstolen.. Is hereby declared .n or- to : for1 r.arrt on Urondway. "t, ,, ; ''l ;''' .'' J''tt; :,;,; l'
A, 1 1. 1'13.J.. -OVKR8TRBKT.:: tease aKlIln.t the public peace of the s hall be unlawful for .- -- !

< FA: I. OB Clerk>eola Clrclt("ounl)Court.'. Klorld City of KlnBlmmee.Reetlon any vehicle to follow any motorcycle ', c' The books of Kissimmee Florida w111i
) < or lire city tax
S. \H haIl be unlawful for equipment going to a fire at a _ _ _ ,
1> C.
Uulleck ,
4' rt ny K. Tl.
any i>rrson within the city limits of I creator rate of speed than fifteen miles '
or )('"..Im"' ..... to < .mimic pr hour.Section. t'
-YIRT.\( I the Mty Co11ec6rOn '
Ml IKK OK AII'I.ICTIO' Urertiy liy at,. iiinK lily money tioodnor I 19. When the siren on .a'" Marcus: C. Fag. State Supt. Chil.dren' be in the hands of the City Clerk and Tax .

..p: n rluittilf. .. tin propel, )' Home of Florida
J1VFN. That Society
18 rul for .n the city street all 1
4. 1 It Nlmll I. unlH vehicles
II I lldden. jiurcha.or of Tux Certiiliiiti any i' 'rzin I.. buy. n-c.-lva I or nld In Blmll: pull to the cuib as quickly a.pout and after Thursday, November 1, 1923, for the ;
> No. JO dated the 'lli day of to for 1 1I
the rum'ejilment I of ..10))'-" n>oney.Roods blo.Setion. e!''sary expenditures provide
.IMI.. ," A. It. i4i haa filed anti. c.rll'I-1 or property of nmith.-r. knt>w- I 20. Any portion found gutl- scores of homeless children exceededour 4
ii., In offlr'ha. made Collection of Taxes for 1923. Five Percent Discount -
my log U.- ..m.- to hay- been Htoli-n. ly violating any of the provisions income We
by over 4000. plead
t lion for tax deed to Imue In acoord-
of thiN
Heftnm B.Vho ,-,'"r \ ioIa1.e any : ordinance shall he punlHhed bya
."' with law. RaM certlflrate ..m.j Ordinance Khali binuilnhed fine not exceeding 1 I r Three HundredHollars ; for some immediate financial aid no
of this
provision will be allowed for dating
I.' u .... the followlnr ilenrrlbed prop. hII fine of not more than or Imprisonment not exceedIng matter how biff or small the amount early payments, .,,

ly oltuated In O.Iaounty. Florida I Five Hiinilr.'il IKull.uu) lilInre or ImprlHunment thirty days. ifiay be. All checks etc., nhoull. be "
to wit : of not lm>rr' than nlxty .Section 21. Any ordinance or pantaof from November 1 to November
"'I': '"' of NW >,4 heellu.. 21 Townnhlp (60) fIuts.It.'efI ordinances In conflict with the pro- mailed to our treasurer R. V. Covington Thursday, Friday, r

"''I) South nil 0 If. 3 a ...t. ( a flri-t time In open Bennlon.and . vldoiis of this ordinance shall be, and 428 St. James Building. Jacksonville

The Raid land being an.eiised. nt the by unanimous I coiim-nt.. .plae.l upon I th. SBmH are hereby, r..peal..d.I'h'Mlon Florida. 80 1923.
.1 l iite, of the l.miatioe ..(ild. certifIcate Its ...."..nd readliiK and flnnl pi>.- : 23. This ordinance shall We plead too for fruit vegetables "
In ihn of CiceolaiOattle Co. Union take ,
name |ia Bt-d, this 11thday effect on the 30th day of Novem
said certificate _han be r..d<* sage of anti llov.. A. IV 11123.> ber. 1SK3. jellies preserves honey syrup can

i.e.rdlng to law lax leed will iMue Attest II. U. HOCC1HTICNJ. Read a flrnt time. and by unanimous ned Roods meats chickens turkeys "
lli.r.-on the 10th day of December roiiaent placed Its second readInic NO DISCOUNT AFTER NOVEMBER 30 1923
on R. "".IU<:HT. City ManaK'r.Desiuiy upon or most anything to eat. We need ,
:: :: .
A II. 1033. J. KOVKR8TRKKT for City M..r. and final paasBKe. and unanimously
Clerk Circuit Court I paBod this 8th day of Nov. 1923. warm children's garments of every Ci:
Oaceola County Florida. ( Appro..." tliiiI Sih day of Nov A. n.uu. Attest: B. B. DOUOHTKN. kind shape and size. Hats caps, ,
Circuit Court Seal) J. It. OTCBKRT. City llgrr.Oeputy 1
A. N. OILBP.HT.: stockings! shoes underwear sweaters .
st By B.' ,.. gulloch. D. C for City Mgr. ,
= 4\1.6t (SKALApproTed> rompers etc. We will gladly welcome

l.M TUB t'OtNTY; JVIHIK'H i'OUHT IN rules. and til. 8-th day of Nov.. 1923. packages, boxes, barrels, car J. R. GILBER'TCity

ANn sTATE FUll OV 'LORtD OHfR(<>lA. COUNTY. regulation An ordinance fur tho providing operatlnif driving.riding 49-St Mayor-Commissioner.A. 8. OILBKKT. loads of most anything that childrencan ,

lii lie: .;.tal.. of Byron .*!. .Oulle.. an<< parkIng ol mvtnr-drlvrn of eat, wear or enjoy. All provisions, .
deceaaed.CITATION. and other v.'lilclcs on the .tr.-et* clothing etc.. should be shipped to
the Oily of Kl'..iirirce ..n J pr"'lb-I
the Children's Receiving Home 1904 Tax Collector
To. George. W. Uulle. InK iieiialtlew therefor.It
Aberdeen. Wa.hlna'ton. .. It ordained by the City Commission .- I ROBS CALOMEL OF Riverside avenue Jacksonville Florida -

Wan W. Guiles, of the -City of Klanlmmee. Klorl1. ; or if you live in West Florida

Prattle, Wa.hlnvton. 4 : driving please send your shipment to the
That every pernon
L I. Dulles.Aberdeen SectIon or ridIng 1. any motor driven or other West Florida Receiving Home Seventh -

Ben O. Oulles, .Wa.hlnrton., vehicle OKthe utreets of thu City NAUSEA AND DANGER avenue and Jordan street. Pen-

.Aberdeen Washington of Klaslmmee shall observe the following sacola which is our West Florida .

)Irll. T. It. McDonald. CanalS.lre. rules 1. Keep and to regulatloneRule the right: of the branch, and provides for all the needy
Maodowall. Ba.catchewa
children west of the Apalachicolariver.
), a. A. Davis. .tRui;. 2. Ke-p to the right of thetreet Medicinal Virtues Retained and Improved .
Portland. Oregon.
Elizabeth Oulles.IlnIontown In permitting another vehicle to Dangerous and SickeningQualities We hope of good friends
many our
and the overtaking Removed. Perfected Tab
1TO ALL., Penn.ylvanla.AND OTHER! I'KRIIIONM. :flN- overtake vehicle: .hall and pass pass to the left of the let Called "CrioUbs." will get up a turkey box of eats andthinIt'S J. R. CLAY .

TEItB8T] IN THBHIBRKINAFTB* vehicle overt. en. to send to us for Thanksgiving -

HIOHCRfnKD! REAL: K8TATK. Rule I. l..fl-1'.nd. turn. at allowed street and that many others wil get upa

NOTICE Is hereby given to you and corner where such going turn are around Incenter The latest triumph of modern. scienceIs joy-box or barrel for Christmas, ,

nch of --you that William Landlm.. a. shall be made of the by street Intersection. a "de-naueeated" calomel tablet for we have over 1,100 children of ;i
point and-Machine
n.lmlnUtrator of Estate of Byron Shop
the trade 'Calotabs.Calomel
turns at "treetoornera. known to the drug as Garage
Right-hand" all and creeds referred to
4. us
M. duties, deceased ha. filed a Petition Rule are allayedehall the most generally used of all ages ,
In the above styled Court. setting where close such turns to the right-hand medicines. thus enter upon a wider. during the' past ten weeks and needa

forth that there are' debts due. be made Held of popularity,-purified and rertnid world of .money' food and clothingto }
and owlaB and that the personal. Ks- saId "orn..r. qualItieswhich .
CUSI- Intersection from those objectionable real '
street little
all give these ones a
ate. Is Insufficient for the purposes of At the right have have heretofore. limited It. u... SUCCESSOR TO CLA Y A THOMAS
laying. the .said debts and that It 1.nooessa vehicles approachln "n approaching: ve In biliousness constipation headacheS to give these little ones the happiest
.y -for an order' to take possession the right of way over and IndlfToetlon. and In a great Christmas they have ever had.

of the o following real estate a. SC- "'liSle0 the. I"ft. .stopping the driver variety of liver stomach and kidney Machinery
1-Is< for the payment of debts ana shall Rive a signal by (troubles calomel was the most successful Farming ,
charges due and owing Tl.: of any vehicle warn niiy ve- remedy but U. use wa. often neglected "- A Delightful Row
hand to
Lots One -(1.' Two (3). Three (31. holding out his that a stop IH to be on account of It. sickening; qual- and Rebuilt (I .
K...r (4). 'Flv (5), SIx (I). lOve hIde behind signal him .hall al.i> o,; RivenwKen Itli-B.Now It Is the easiest and most Gas Engines Pumps 4 ...
(7) and Eight 45). of Block Numlier Tills corner where a plonanitt of medicines to take. One .
One Hundred and Forty-two .ro..hlnlC)( a Culotab at bedtime with a swallow of : "My wife had suffered from stomach -

( 142). Also L"t Thirteen (13) of turn h'' to l>" made.Rule vehicle hhall turn On wnt.r.-that's all. No taste no Krl- and liver trouble for many years

I U ode Number Ninety-one (91). T. No d"'<'C" pin 11'. no IInU..... no .all. A Rood and had taken medicine enough to !
...Ino: Lots Five (*,. Six (6)). Seven any street 10 "1 (7) and Kluht (i) of flock Num. "on except .... are feeling fine with a clean liver a sink a ship; so
her Two Hundred (00), all being Yttile I. purllled system and a big appetite. Eat bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy -

In .the;Town Vl.Ut. Cloud >O.ceola .h..n obey .nPfl .... ii what you pl....... No danger. on the advice of my employer she! I .'

Plat of said Town dIed by Bernnolel !- or r 0 and of the .11'e..t cro..I" .( aba I stop back family package ten helped -her disposition any.We J.
jt4 Nil CompK"f cross the for the larse ; ::
., -
Jnr.estment. so that'1.v..hte1e may trafftO I.! cent for the ,""all. trial .1.... Tour had '. long row? but she took it the -- - --- ------ -07'Y" "" """"" -'''
.' .tr..t while d1JeeUon. a. marked druggIst !I. authorl.ed to refund the ncxd-week. Her ailments have all dis '
''lMt J'tltlttl-ftft.! t$l>. *f ectIh.iThirt.en AI.o. shall obey : guarantee that you will be 9,' <;
on trafllo signals tandRl'P Thoroughly delighted with Calotabs.Adv. .- appeared. It is a simple I "ASK YOUR-NEIGHBOR-ftfE'KNOWS" *" *
'V (U) In 3'owashIPTWefl <..
t.. AU vehicles that the catarrh B/oTpalnter Company;. b.. furnl.Ii.41Moi. ;
& ty..ltl) s.uUt.Ran.. Tt>'* 3jl:: .Rul. 5ittewalktWtlt. be' t. ( .) _ _ _ preparation removes For over 3 i r.ara the FertlHaer. .. .
, tnO\.E..t. W; to the Plat oft, that titi wh.n the stop I. .. pWanted al mucus .from the intestinal,, tract Ida .. with f.rtlll.era.' The continued patronaget- .sperl.ncetf, Cfomr. ..

seminole'. lln'AIrnrestrnent'ipSSaffSfflS . I O(1.'b'f said driver''_Me'e must hI not" morethan..IghteentlIncbea ' 'Jl tmerely' and : allays the Inflammation Which Jives''r..8Jt. ' . : '14 ./ f.f'o) :
(]Olll....,. .. .Ucoo.psrftkPdY tlblll..q from the curb : clean cotton raw; all .stomach liver 'IBlIITTmR"PBRTILIZJIR BIB MADO WR WOULD MAKB. ,
; practically COVXJ
''fl .. must not be trimmings or trinK *-but decent causes -
: : ... .Mti, ; It' parked parallel to the vehicletmm.dIStel.l'.1 washlnl' rollers and intestinal ailments, including ap- '\1'rltetol': N'.w' FaI1tle4IJstu':: : ..Ias'ad'r / '
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Coi'ai;' . G'a b" 1 es .. .,,4,t\'f' :,'\ '':?',#1"J::::.:1i1'&<.': Ask GLENN ROSE. i :c:=v H

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BOY SCOUTS WILL For the Sake r 1

ofjthe A t' "'
- -- 'r'GAR
is Mr. Howard Katz, I nornas :, e'

Treasurer Kissimmee Chapter, 18 Emmett .'
Scout Master( And Assistant American Red Cross t.

Secured and Troop Will Be You can count on me to help get the Red .Cross Public Health :

Again Put On The Map Nurse, to give the kiddies a fair chance. PHONE 47 Residence i'r 1

Enclosed. find$__-___.:..., for which you will please enroll me _
Last year Kissimmee had an ex- us a member of the Red Cross. I will send you $.-______--on the : '

cellent troop of Boy .Scouts. Then tenth of every month for the next year, making my total subscription I''; .I
came a long period without a scout- $ It is understood that all but the first 60c of this 1 ; ,
master, the school vacation, and the \ installing: new equipment and will '
_ _ subscription be applied to expenses of the Public: Health Nurse. soon \
football season. Scouting: got behindin 1
Kissimmee. It is now in the process and local chapter work.
of getting ahead again. to do ; ,
June R. Gunn, who was scoutmaster Name-------------------------------------------------- u
1 at Plant Cty, and thoroughly conversant ;
with scouting, has agreed to ALL KINDS OF MACHINE \ l{
assume the scoutmastership of the ----Address----------------------------------------------- l.

local troop. He cannot devote much NOTE: In case you have already joined the Red Cross this year ,
time to the work, but he will see thatIt
has the proper leadership A good your total additional subscription will be applied to local work. Fill -- 1-
assistant scoutmaster has been secured -, in and mail this coupon to Mr. Katz, treasurer; Mr. J. M Willson,
in the person of Uly Chapman. I chapter chairman; Mrs. Howard Anderson, Volunteer Work Chair- Prompt Attention To Small Job A* Well At
These two men constitute a team
man; or Allison T. French, Roll Call Chairman.
which will put the Kissimmee troop '
where it belongs. niHI
Now that the football season has
come to a close many of the scouts ,
lesson and will fill the office of evan- -- -- .
will be able to resume their interest W. C. T. U. HAD SPLENDID -- ---- - - - -- --- -- --
and their work in scouting. Scouting REPORT OF STATE CONVENTIONThose gelistic superintendent until Mrs. El- will be the hosts a't a reception for ,'
means better work in scholarship, la Moore recovers from her illness the new minister, Rev Walter B.Knight '
and there is no conflict between who failed to attend the reg- Mrs. L. M. Parker of St. Cloud then at the First Baptist church I .'
scouting and school work. ular meeting of the W. C. T. U. last gave a most complete report of the next Tuesday night, December 4. An ] "STREET PAVING WORK ,
The troop, recently reorganized, Friday afternoon missed a splendid state convention held at Eustis re- interesting program has been arranged -, ".
will get together next Friday night, program and social hour. cently. She drew picture after pic- and members and friends of all '
December 7, for a real reorganization ,Jle/ ports 6f various committees ture of the happenings at the con- I the churches in Kissimmee are invited IS NOW UNDER .'
meeting. The place of meetingwill showed renewed interest in all the vention and her resume of the splen- to attend. )
be announced through the patrol different lines of work. The flower did addresses brought;: forth much ap- '
leaders, as the Chamber of Commercehas mission department voiced their readiness plause. All were in accord, that the READ AND ACT hl:
been signed up for the annual to clothe five children whose hearing of this report )was "Next to '
meeting of the local chapter of the names had been sent to the W. C. T. being at the Jubilee convention." Folks co-operate to the extent of That fine! It '
Red Cross. U. by J. M. Rhine, school attendance The president announced the com sending copies of the Booster Number *
officer. ing of Lora a S. Lamance to lecture in of The Gazette to your friends i simmee property will
NOTICE_ TO CONTRACTORS various places the first week in De elsewhere ;
The treasury reported $&8--for state and acquaintances living 1I
t The city will sell the Job of bulk- work and nine members for the W. cember. Three new members were Each copy; will carry Osceola county, i value very quickly. 1
heading about 700 feet of lake front. C. T. U. as a result of the mass meeting j added to the W. C. T. U. in descriptive articles and picture, .
For plans, estimates, and specifications last Sunday at the Armor lec RECEPTION FOR BAPTIST to them, thus showing what we have I }
to offer. Place order at i WHY REGRET
see city manager. ture.Mrs. I MINISTER ON TUESDAY your :
B. B. DOUGHTEN, David Lander, in her beautiful I for extra copies. Wrapped and readyto
City Manager. impressive way, gave the scripture | The Baptist Young People's Society mail, lOc per copy. didn't buy when !:

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!Sunday December 2. 4 p. m. DO IT NOW ! tnh

OFFICERS DIRECTORS L Broadway Band Stand ,,

J. Wade Tucker, presIdent J. Wade Tucker KISSIMMEE CONCERT BANV ...
Geo. 1V. Persons U. J. Burrows, Director SAM L. *
Ceo. W. Persons. Vice-President: Or. T. M. Rivers roco:
)1. D[. Miller March-"The Bill Board"___ Klohr ti
L. E. Fenn. Cashier ---
Real Estate
Gea T. SiglerIL Overture-"Golden Dragon" __King o
G. Smith, Cashier L. E. Fenn Serenade-"A Night in June".-King ,
Waltz Hesitation, -"Mighty Like a ('
o.tOt4 O'Oo. OOOO O"H OHHHOO+ -ui O H.. .O>OO+t_Oooooo Rose" _INTERMISSIONBits ...____....____....Nevln J a'C inimi,.,

of Remick's Hits..Jergen fo.U
:' Hawaiian Patrol "Kilauea"_ . .. '
\ .Stewart '1 \" te.a,
':Bank of Osceola County Schotische, "Dnace of the Imps" ,

--.________._______._. ___King
Popular March "TenTenTennessee" THANKING THE PUBLIC ate,
Kissimmee, Florida _______ _____, ___ __ _Young .
Star Spangled Banner ________. _Key

ROUND-UP'S CANDY VENDER Yesterday! was the fourth .
KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENTBill it has been my pleasure to serve the qum
KUsimmee and it was the best patronized
DEPOSITS INSURED McGrosK, who will be remembered all. I believe that my success is, in large ,
t as the big, good natured cow-: due to the good words which patrons and
man who sold candy last week at the ing business houses have spoken, and I ,.
r Legion's production of Milt Hinkle's thin help.
and Jimmy "::skew'" rodeo, was killed IUbt
U' MUCH TO BE THANKFUL FOR IN OSCEOLA COUNTY Tuesday night a mile and a half this Excellent music was furnished
side of Campbell station, when u and Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Bostwick, and thK',
Thanksgiving Day this year finds America the favored 'skeeter" auto in which he was ridIng Fui man of Atlanta. The first named trio
struck the rear of a produce musicians play every day at lunch and .
.. land of all the earth. No wars or overwhelming catastrophes truck. A coroner's jury assembled: in ti.f.
'I of nature disturb our prosperity and happiness. Prosecuting Attorney Milton Pledg- It is my purpose to continue to offer .
er's late that night and decided the same service as heretofore. m.I'
?4 Therefore let us forget for the moment our trifling individual i that the responsibility for his death those '.
Thanking who have
I woes and unite as a Nation in giving thanks for belonged to W. L. Stephens, said tobe success, I am, IIti.

our many great blessings.The an operator for. a moving picture
t company, whom they believed had Yours for many more

country is at present enjoying a prriod of "good driven, the the act automobile being declared while by Intodcat'ed a law- / K n 1,

times" And though some of us perhaps feel that we taMed in the last legislature as man- G. R. DAYSON ; If'TI

have been slow in receiving our Just share of this prosperity sla Jt'hter. DAYSON'S CAFE ; ; ,
C. N. Stratton, driver of the truck, tlt
it has only made us more determined to win it testified that he was returning from 1.1; I )

through. our own efforts--by courage thrift and industry. Tampa and ran out of gas. He hailed toB
a passing car and sent his wife (,r. }
Conditions in Osoeola with It for gas, and pushed his truckto ,. era
-- '
county generally speaking are ------- -- -
the side of the road as far as he b.r
good;, and, for our own part we find in the present could. He lighted a fire on the side failed to appear. He ordered their Leah Hertberg <
of the road as his lights went out $116 appearance bands entreated and Young Peoples 1 VIta
strong position of the BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY and its "
when the engine stopped running.The capiases issued, with instructions to I In addition to :
growing list of loyal friends abundant cause for "Hkeeter" he said crashed into \accept nothing less than $50 bonds I ular B. Y. P. U, k i bf
Thanksgiving.We the truck at about thirty-five miles this time The couple are said to its. subject, "God to
d'' an hour. After the accident he found have quarreled and during the altercation to be tempted : ci
Stephens leaning over McGross tryIng Mr. Aulick is reported to have able CI
> for the
are deeply grateful patronage co-oper-
to get him to speak to him. Mc- been cut in the wrist by a knife
ation which have contributed so much to our success and Gross was rushed into Kissimmee to thrown at him by the irate wife. ADVENT 1 1TU pl?:
in return we wish to do everything we can to assist both the office of Dr. Brinson but died as This morning Mr. and Mrs. Aulick f
they took him into the office. appeared ,before Mr. Katz and he was 0is
old friends and new friends to make the most of their opportunities Deputy Sheriff Bob Campbell testi-'I! I fined $25 and costs and she $50 and Sunday, !
fled that he wont to the scene costs. On account of misunderstanding Season of : to
accident and found what appeared tobe between' the defendants and NIht Sundays, and Inea\
a sack, in the wreckage, with bro Policeman Chas. Pevatt, the acting Eve.
; It will always be a pleasure to serve you and we hope Regular ,
ken bottles, in a portion of which mayor-commissioner remitted the $16 and 7:80 p. m., ;; U!
you will not hesitate to come in any time to discuss your was some "shine. I bonds yesterday estreated. conducted at \ U,

problems with us. Stephens took moving pictures of church by the
the rodeo last week in Kissimmee. lie REV. KNIGHT AND PAGEANT tor. A cordial ;

Very truly yours a appeared dazed condition before the coroner's and contradicted 1ury in SUNDAY AT FIRST BAPTISTRev. to everybody$ to

himself a number of times.
. -- Walter B. Knight will preach TO THE $i! I'j I
"JUDGE KATZ" DOESN'T LIKE Sunday morning and Sunday eveningat 'j
r. BOND FORFEITURES IN COURT the First Baptist church. His
subject in the morning will be "Pas
-- City Commissioner Howard M. tor and People. ," and In the evening, with We are J
: Katz, sitting as judge of the mayor'scourt ("Heaven On Ea1th.ft1: bar. our If ()
_. yesterday, received the commendation At: 630.Jn: ,the venlng! the B. Y. not your In it V
. ". .. ', .- of various citizen who P. U. wile present a pageant, "The Gazette appear or it* : ..:I
> were in the vicinity of the city hall Creation of the'IL, Y. IVU," by RoseGoodwyn' the'work baa ;
when he expressed himself on the Poole. In thus pageant Miss I &aWMka : '
subject of people arrested putting. Clara Ploets will portray."Spirit*of tatlon baa been .&
ujf appearance dodging. the .Church'! Miss, Christine Mar, failed to e4
..... ...... '. "' the court.. "Spirit of tire.Prayer, Service" lilac thi/ tone,'bI.. c I'
( ,. .. J 0&21 h.i er.._,, The ease of M., K."Article and wife, Nellie Bowen "Splri'.of theTpreach.Miss la tbex ...,- J
- .
.... 'l' t .1' -. f -<' .' who'Were1 arrested in a' l local restau "' .
" : WoeU ,
..101. n Mabel' looked tt. baa
'r I rant:early Thursdaymorning; ,on di4 "Spirit of the Sunday Schoo!.'' Nina tention of I... ,.
1. orderlyndu4\( charge came before Annie !RedwineSpirit, ,,the-1vom- and tell as.> at
.. 'l-j' "Judge".. Katz, and- ,tae 'defendant-' an'f Missionary I .Union." and; D4 ttI cooperate. to 'tb : : :' "
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