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: December 14, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01146
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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ELLIS F.F 'DAVIS 1 IS, MORE CARNIVAL,THAN NETTED LAST YEAR 12c. TILED LAND OWNERS AND BANK OF OSCEOLA RECEPTIONS. TWO NEW MINISTERSSt. HELD FOR WANT STATE BANANA I "


OF RED GROSS Minstrel Show d Confetti, Booth CLOSE DEAL OF BIG TRUCKING IMPORTANCE Joh '* Pariah' House Opening CONVENTION FEB., 21
'liHEAD Rca, Neck and: Neck In Bringing Made Reception For, Rector And

.. .,In_ Funds.. Bat Confetti Wins ', ; BaptisU Receive For Pastor I .

I Annual ;Meeting LastFrlday ',.,:'The :sixth: annual highschool car- Will Board Fifteen Acres Of Cucumbers On Tiled Land First Baptist,Church Chamber Sets Date To Ask

Night" Elected Officers nival"went" over big" last Saturday Two hundred people of Kissimmee Association To Come To
-- night netting the school library fund To Insure Early Markets, and Co-operative Shipping from the various churches of the '
i And Discussed Plans over $300. According to the last Will Benefit AU Growers and Stimulate Trucking city, attended the reception at the Kissimmee Next Year
available check as this is written it First Baptist church Tuesday night( '
Attorney Ellis F. Davis was elected ,cleared 12c' more than did last year' I for the new minister\ Rev Walter B. Yesterday's weekly luncheon of the .
| chairman of the Klssimmee Chapter of carnival. Hard luck played a part i Another demonstration 6f the value The undertaking was made possible Knight. Following the opening song Chamber of Commerce considered the
the"American 'Red 'Cross, at Ha an. I this year. however, as somebody. purloined of co-operation was made last Wednesday I through the co-operation assistance and ,rayer by Judge T. L. Comer a date for the State Banafna Convention
noal meeting held last Friday night, the toy baloons, and the toy when arrangements were madeto 'of the Bank of Osceola welcomnig. address was made by N. which was set for Kissimmee sometime
at Davis. ,succeeded J. M. Willson who I,, money-grabber at last )'ear'. festivities. local trucking history, from the the -bank,. said yesterday.MWfire deacons Ruth Johnston followed at Bartow. 8. B. Aultman who _
ha*'" held, the post for the past two The 'minstrel show this year standpoint of acreage plus modern absolutely behind the truck growers with a song., "Rose" and Gloria'Mach is vice-president of the association "
years and who, wished to be'relieved beat last year's by '17.20, while'the trucking equipment. of this community, and ,will do every_ with a-recitation,,after which Rev. B. was asked about the dates and said
from a third years service. For' some>> confetti booth'.this year ran $22.19 'r The people concerned the Bankof thing! in our power consistent with Atchison pastor of the First Baptist the association expected the Chamber --
tint the executive committee has I ahead of last.Confetti Osceoia County and the following sound banking principles, to assist church of Saint Cloud made an ad of Commerce to set the date and
I been studying the question of whom was the best money maker owners of tile-drained land: 8. L. Lup. I I the growers until Kissimmee becomes dress. The quartette "Love is the invite the convention.. It was then
they should preeent to the 'annual this year, bringing in $86.96 with for J. E. Lupfer, Dr. H. S. Geiger ,the renter of one of the beat truck- theme," was sung by Ruth Hertberg, decided to suggest:to the associationthat
I meeting as the leader for the various the minstrel show only fortyonecent Carson Farmer W. J. Steed and A. ing sections of Florid There is no Helen Chapman Willie Joiner and the convention be held on Thurs .
important branches of the Red Cross behind it. "Hot dogs" ranked D. Weeks. reason why this should not be the Uly Chapman. Next came a reading day., February 21, 1924. 'I\\p4Ir\ ,,>,
work cpntemplated during. the com- .third, with $27.00; cake and Ice cream The project Itself involves the purchase case in a very short time." by Mr. Sill and a piano solo by Mrs. H. C. Stanford, .chairman of the
I ing )year and they finally decided upI I next. $26.36; then Fashion Show of'.ufficient lumber to board Those who have been working for James, M. Johnston.Dr. chamber committee on county. fair
I on Mr. Davis as the best man for the $24.45; Candy, $20.25; Pop corn, fifteen acres of cucumbers on tiled the agricultural development of the J. D. Adcock of the First Bap. building reported that the commissioners -
job. ,He is familiar with the peace $16.89; Fancy Work. $16.25; Cleopatra lands on the various tiled tracts own- ''county' have seen a steady improvement tist church in Orlando was the next had taken no action on the
(time program of the organization, $14.95; King Tut $14.41; ed by the participating men, thus for the past two or three years.In speaker after whose address the offer of Saint Cloud to donate the
( having. been active in its work in Freshmen activities including the bringing into practical certainty excellent spite of the difficulties which have pantomime "Abide with me," was use of the Tourist Club House 'torI
Marianne, as well as thoroughly, fish pond. Fountain of Youth and Ye markets because of early production .,J confronted the growers in a community presented by Miss Clara Ploetz. Welcoming I the Fair and suggested that 'the 'city
Iquainted with the war lime achievements Olde Curiosity Shoppe, $12.85; Picture I I irrigation frost protection; which has not realized And addresses were given by representatives ,be asked to defray half the expensesof
while ho was in the army. Show $9.85; For Men Only and : and quantity shipment. Accordingto taken advantage of its possibilities of the various other getting a suitable building in Kissimmee -
Mrs. Howard Anderson, lwho has For Women Only $3.85. Total receipts -I these gentlemen this arrangement 'along this line there has been .a churches in Kissimmee, including the location of this year**
ade an excellent record during the were $362.42 and total ex pen" :will mean at least $200 per acre more steady increase in modern methods. Rev. Albert New of Saint John's Fair which has long been advertised.
aIIt year as chairman of the Volunteer "<>* S54.23 (leaving a net balance of I,than in smaller quantity because this Co-operative marketing even with Episcopal Dr. W. H. Dresch of the Edgar Katz and Lawrence Tress were
service department, was named $308.19. Last year's total rf'ct'lptil acreage will Insure car lot shipments, I occasional loss due to weak market, First Presbyterian Rev. S. I. Smith appointed a committee to make arrangements -
as vice president of the local chapter were $388.58 with expenses of the difference between cat-lot freightand has more than demonstrated its advantages of the Second Baptist, C. E. Yowell for securing a ,building
and Chairman of the same department leaving last year's net $308.07.The $80.51'1 express shipments being approximately -I and the project which these of the First Christian, and J. M. Mc- for the purpose.
he .o ably managed last year. minstrel. show which was put $200 per acre. They also believe gentlemen have just contracted for Phatter of the First Methodist. Fol. J. M. WiHson brought up the mat
Mrs. Willa Steed was elected sec retry -I,on under the direction of Miss Helen that the boarding of the cucumbers will not only mean a tremendous lowing these talks from his coworkers ter of a survey of the canal between
of the chapter. Mrs. Steed is I Bass, was the most popular of the insuring against possible frost I stimulus/ to tiling and to trucking in in the other churches of the city, Lakes Apopka and Tohopekaliga, and
specially interested in the health shows. The singing was excellent by will mean $600 an acre more because general, but will be a far step for Rev. Knight responded. the chamber went on record aa ask
by the chapter of the difference in early prices and ward toward that prosperity" which is A social hour followed
program. contemplated the whole company and the quartettewas the program ing our congressmen to try again to _ _
and was on. of the first to contribute very good. Fred Lupfer actedas those obtainable if planting is deferred inevitable for Osceola county.An the Baptist Young People's have the survey authorized. It was
a dollar a month toward the interlocutor with Graham See until all frost possibilities are index of the increased interest Union serving refreshments of hot recalled that Senator Fletcher and
kupport of a Red Cross public health Harris, Bell and Bandy in black face. over. They cite the case of one car and participation in trucking in this chocolate with marshmallows and Congressman Joe Sean both Introduced ,
iime when chapter officials and IIoanalre. !'- Seel! and Tyner were soloists, Bell the load of cucumbers, of 689 hamper.., section" is seen in the seed orders in cake. bills in the last session of congress -:
decided to secure 150 pee>>-II dancer Sect Tyner Squires, and which sold on the early New York only one of the local stores. The Os : St. Johns Episcopal to authorize this survey, which:
Ie to donate twenty-five cents aek Harris the quartette. Harris, Sel market last spring, for. sum between ceola Hardware Company has now on I Saint John's Parish House was the bills were not acted upon before ad- :
to start this important work Tyner and Squires the Jazz orches $5000 and $6000. : the way more than $1000 worth of scene of its official opening Thursday journment. The proposed (y '
Del establish it. I I,tra. The others of the "troupe" were There is an added significance to I seeds which have been ordered for night of last week when the a part of the plan to make aulY'lf.I.
Howard M. Katz was re-elected Makinson Wines, Sanderson and this project, over and above the returns the coming spring crops. The Lup- wardens of the church, with their water way from Jacksonville: to Fort
asnrer of the chapter hi. famlliar- Brunson, while Miss Mae Winn made to the .gentlemen immediately fers. who are among the biggest tile- wives, received the guests with the Myers and to the Atlantic ports, via
.J y with the records and his own iU-1 a charming accompanist.The concerned. The quantity productionwill land truckers in this section are furnishing new rector, Rev. Albert New and Kissimmee. Engineer claim this
: rest in the purposes of the 1stion fashion show was thought by mean much to the smaller grower seeds at the same price quoted Mrs. New. In the receiving line were may be done by ,the addition of a
causing. the members to de- some to outclass the minstrels. Judging in that the carlot Shipments will in various seed catalogues. the rector and Mrs. New Mr. andMrs. twelve mile canal and deepening of
Ire him to continue at his post. Miss by the receipts and the difference enable the man with a small acreageto ', Indications are that the car load G. T. Singeltary Mr. and Mrs. present channels. .
sry Singeltry was named chairman I, in price of admission they played ship by freight<< and save enormously of produce which the growers will R. F. Angas and W. G. Hankins. The chamber listened to a brief but '
kf Junior Red Cross work and will j to shout' the same number of people. I over his otherwise necessary express ship this week. Saturday, will\ be the Mr. Hankins spoke first on the'pro- interesting talk by Jesse Huber, of '
pave charge of the organization of Eleanor Rosen a*' "Madame* of shipments,' all these men having biggest yet. The bulk of the load gram in ,a speech of welcome to the Norfolk. Virginia a newspaper writ.
he junior work in the schools, In the Fashion Show was excellent while demonstrated their desire to assist .will be peppers and eggplants, with new rector and his family and out- er who has "covered" Florida for
vhich more than thirty-eight thou- her "models" displayed all aorta of "the other fellow.' ,some peas and possibly some beans. lined the history of the building of northern pipers for a number of '
nd school children of Florida were creations and concoctigns: in wearing --- --- the Pariah House. Rev. New respond years. Mr. Huber emphasized 'tie
st year enrolled. Allison T. French I tapparel. Eunice Rive* was In chargeof -- ed in which he outlined the purpose fact that we get out of the city and
as elected chairman of the Home t the show with her and the others 'TONIGHT STARTS of the Parish House primarily for the chamber and anything else we
ervic department which has to do I were Elizabeth Carter Louise Ed- GROWERS WILL MEET the parish but for the benefit of the try to develop according to what we '
pith the work for disabled ex-service mondson, Lena Harvey and Ellanor social life of the community regard- put in. He said again that Kissim
en.A. is customary in this departt I Overstreet in different kinds of bathIn era of creed.Ministers mee has all the essentials of becoming \ -M
this work is don. by a liaison ? suits, Lucile Griffin and Ham ON NEXT THURSDAY BOYS'BASKETBALL from other churches who a great city the three most important : #1
leer of the American Legion post Brown. spoke! were Dr. W. H. Dresch of the of which are abundantly supplied
Ir. French having been recently Jimmy Squires was an alluring First Presbyterian, Rev. Walter B. here namely climate, scenery: and,
fleeted service officer of the Makin- Cleopatra while Madge Rivers madea Good Strawberry Season Is High School Athletes Take Knight of the First Baptist, Dr. agricultural, possibilities. He called
on-Carson post of Kissimmee. re-Marc-able Antony. Bobby Crow Weatover of the Saint Cloud Episcopal attention to the fact that the Califor* _ _
And More Tiling On Sphere Instead Of The
' The Red Cross chapter this year played the maid in "Cleopatra," and Expected church and Rev. S. I.; Smith of nia cities,\of phenomenal growth are "
ill endeavor to support a Red Cross Betty Mae Snyder was as popular as Augurs More,Production Oval Tonight. At DaytonaWith the Second Baptist church of Kissim- built on "boost," and prophesied
nbllc health nurse by getting 150ptitens usual in her dancing numbers.. Oren m... great future for this section.whenwe
to pay a dollar a month fori Brown was, the orchestra. Although the strawberry acreage the last few black and blue The musical program indued a piano boost according' to, the faith in.
i purpose. As this would be butrentyflva Gladys Griffin, Theta Phay, Edith this year is not quite so large as it spots left from the football season solo.by Miss Augusts. Winn, and ourselves which we' have. ,
cents a week the tmrn- McLean and !Delia Ledbetter were was last season the indications are just about disappeared the boys of vocal solos and encores by Mrs. Ar- '
ers believe it can be accomplished. the sponsors of King Tut. played by that there will be far more money Osceola High School turn their at- thur Cooper accompanied by Mr. LEGION CHRISTMAS" '
his would inaugurate and establish Nellie Woodall. Russell Edwardswas brought into Kiasimmee and Saint tention' tonight to the basketball Cooper. Orchestra selections u"dr BOX: FOR 'HOSPITAL
a work and another year it Is hop- the movie magnate. Milton Gra- Cloud from strawberries this year court. They will play Daytona High the direction of Mrs. S. H. Bullock .
M the county commissioners will be ham and Alberta Brunson were the than last. Last year was a notoriously School in Daytona. The girls, also, and Mrs. U. J. Burrows were rendered Local Post Committee
Appoint To
le to finance this important and Carnival managers.CHRISTIAN bad one for markets chiefly stand a good chance of getting a throughout the evening, and at the Send Christmas Cheer To Buddies
I, K-saving- preventative work. Thenphasia due to the warm winter. That criticism -I game this week to make up for the conclusion the orchestra played while Who Are In Lake
c _ _. of the chapter this year cannot be made so far this yeart! two which were cancelled alreadythis everybody sang "auld lang syne." City Hospital
ill again. be upon health work rath- I CHURCH This season looks like a good one season. They are scheduled to Supper consisted. of coffee sandwiches Makinson-Carcon Post of the American "
r than relief. A loan chest will be from the standpoint of selling. play the Stetson University sextette and cake while punch was Legion will send some Christmas
.; Maintained Junior Red Cross or- While a number of the grower Saturday night at DeLand. Theteam served during the evening. boxes of fruits, IJltnk"II' etc., lv the
,-r ilsed in the schools and life savIkg GETSMINISTER have been selling ripe berries for will be picked from the same Thursday afternoon Bishop Came- veteran In the I'G I otsnt hospital _ _
corps work in the spring and some little time, there lias not ret contestants as announced last week (Continued on pas' Eight) at Lake City, according decision
IIUD I'. been sufficient: quantity productionfor for the game with Lake Wales, which made at last Tuesday nighf meet
I The members were fortunate at Rev. W. O. Hornbaker And shipping.. That time is very near was cancelled Friday morning. ing.. Nelson Makinson, June Gunn
1st week' meeting in having with at hand, however. Planting time is The boys' team has been practicing CHAUTAUQUA TO BE and Sidney RiChard were named as-
u pern Miss Elizabeth Anltman who Talented Wife To Begin almost upon the growers for their, t I this week every night in an effort to the committee to take charge and do
; S been a field agent for the Red spring crops. Indications are that get into shape for their first game It. I
. u5I in other states. Miss Aultman Church! Duties SundayFor the biggest acreage cf spring crops in tonight. Coach; J. R. Bowen says he HERE THIS WINTER This was the first meeting under ;,;
nswered a number of questions ask- the history of Osceoia county will be is satisfied that the material in the the new officer Post Commander
. d.and gave a very interesting and the first time in a long time put in this coming spring.In : school for this sport will be sufficientto Geiger outlined his policies for tha
, structive discourse on the work of nil the churches of Kissimmee now view of theproximity of the develop a fast and winning team Sixteen Guarantors Signed year, among which _* that meeting
Junior Red Cross which branch have their own pastors. The First the He will choose his from
'S shipping season for berries and i, team tonight will start on time and be run off with
: It l -'d "Tir-nized In the Kissirameefchool Christian church, which has been planting season for spring crops, mong the following: Emerson Up With Radcliffe Agent no delays. The legionnaires have "'
- *' during the coming year. without a pastor since last Septemberwhen Karl Lupfer, president of Osceoia Squires. Fred Lupfer, Raymond Ty- For Three SeriesRadcliffe meen meeting with difficulty duringthe 't
, i A. T. French roll call chairman for Rev. Miller returned to his I Growers, has called a meeting of all nor, Milton Graham Clyde Harris Days last year on account of having no
j23 reported 401 membership this theological studies, this week has its irrowers of the county for next Richard- Bandy, Oren Brown Youel I regular meeting place. St. John's
f ear. 'The hour roll call on Armii- own pastor. Rev. W. O. Hornbaker Thursday night. December 20. Spe- 'Johnson, Bill Seel Park Doughten, Chautauqus of Washing- Episcopal church has very kindly
, ce Day brought: in about three hun- lately of Carruthersville Missouri. cial invitation has been sent to tIle and Alfred Wilson. ton through its representative. A. G. placed St. John's Parish House at the
-d members, but so many former Rev. Hornbaker with Mrs. Hornbaker Saint Cloud growers asking them to The resume of the football season I'I'I I rlcDougal, who has been in Kissim disposal of the Post for ita meeting
kembers and other people were t out ,. and her mother Mrs. Berry arrived adjourn their growers meeting for shows some disappointments from the I' mee for the past few days will appear during the coming year and It will
. I town for the two-day holiday that in Kissimmee last Tuesday ani" that date to meet with the other standpoint of finances and games in this city sometime during the now be possible for regular meetlngi.
; le membership compaign was con- have taken apartments at the residence growers at the Chamber of Commercein won. The boys are considerably "in winter Florida season. This season Tom Arnold lost out at Tuesday's
- nod during the entire roll call per- of Mrs. M. E. Turner, at 618 Kissimmee. The meeting has been the hole" for the football season. The includes January to March but inasmuch meeting. His waa the name drawn
1, ending on Thanksgiving day. Mr. Broadway.Rev. called for 8 o'clock and all growers score board shows that Osceoia High a. the dates must be set six when it came time to turn over the I'
ouch expressed: his appreciation of Hornbaker is a native of are urgently requested to be presentand School won two games, tied one, and weeks before the chautauqua is pre- "Jack pot" to somebody. lie wasn'tthere '
'__p (work of the various committee Pennsylvania, and graduate of help discuss plans for the coming lost filve. The showing is not at all sented it is probable that the Kis so he didn't get the money. It '
irtnen and the volunteers who as- Palmer College Missouri, with further seasons. This applies to growers Md when it is remembered that but simmee dates will be during the goes back in the fund to be augmented -'
ted. "Mrs. Howard Anderson had degree from Union Christian throughout the county and is not confined five of the twenty-one boys eligible month of February. The program includes by the next meeting's additionsand
irge of the volunteer workers, College of Indiana and post graduate to members of the association.The for play this year had had previous speakers music, and drama the fellow whose name it drawn ;
ong whom were the following work at the University of Illinois. experiments in tile-drained football experience and that one of and will continue for three afternoons gets the augmented "pot" if he's ,
I me: Mrs. J. Wade Tucker and He was minister of the Christian land have proved so universally profitable this five could hardly be so classified and evenings.The present. c .
i_ Ilee Virginia, Smith Augustan church at Urbana. Illinois, University that there is expected to be avery I I having had just a touch of it last Kissimmee citizens who sponsored The regular meeting night next
Irene Injrram.' and Carroll Mason Church, for five years, and was pro- I' large increase in the amount of I Ilands vear. Tyner Brllock, Graham and the chautauqua are U. J. Burrow time falls on Christmas day and '.
- ; Miss Estelle Persons and Tessor of Biblical Literature History, so equipped in the very near I II Squires,, were all members of last Rev. Albert New Rev. Walter there will therefore be no meeting.The .
sea Anne Shockley Vivian Floyd, and Moral Philosophy in Palmer College >> -I future. Counting, what is now being year's team, while Snyder got intoa Knight, Chief of Police C. II. Drig- next regular meeting therefore, '
1 M"e,WinnMis Dorothy Bullock hU Alma Mater. His great tiled fifty acres is under tile drainagein game or two. gers Mrs. Dora S. Lee J. R. Bowen, will occur on January 8.
Misses grandfather, grandfather and a son I J. Wade Tucker A. S- Sutton A. M.
Julia dbettcr> Jeanette the immediate vicinity of Kissimmee Dr. Geiger post commander named
oil\ ministers in the Christian "Letter men" this year, as named Jones J. C. Schmidt J. W, Buibv,
r fan and Sue Ledbettcr; Mrs. Jen.Pi fire I I where less than two years ago the appointive officers Tuesday as
the coach include Milton Graham
church.Dr. by : Walter L. Marter, John McPhatter,
( Prevatt and Misses Athalin there in The follows .
athletic officer
was none: operation. : Nelson Ma I
Hornbaker will his first I captain and half back: S 'der and Leslie R. Squires, V. A. Edwards andJ. ;
ffin, And Frances Bailey; Mrs. preach first experiment that of the late F.A. Carrflbell kinson; publicity officer, Allison T. c
S-el. ends F. and
Lupfer
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In Cadel and Misse"* Percie Olive": sermon in Kissimmee next Sunday Nave, was a demonstiation. That ; E. Griffin. French; flag committee chairman,
'- Holzrrmn; Mri.!' H. C. Piano and morning: .his theme being, "Why I',i 15 acres is now owned by Steed, Finer: tackles; Wilson and Brown.guards' I According to some of the guarantors Johnnie Schmidt: entertainment committee -
ses Lucile Griffin Elizabeth Cir- Have You Sent For Me?" His Farmer and!,. Geiger. A. D- Weeks Bandy, quarterback: Squires {I an effort'! will be made to h1Jve the Hunter Dillard, chairman
I- and \ ,,pt st night will be "The .Ub-j orri ]T"nkins, halfbacks; and Bullock, chautauqua presented in a tent Instead -
Margaret Warinw: Mrs.Bph I has about half of the tiling of ten fullback. j Carl Kqnton: and Theodore Bowen. _ _
Walker and Misses Edith Mcan I Vision."_ _ acres on Vine street comp'eted! which i iIn of the high school auditorium,
.and, Delia Lodbettor; Mrs.: H. Mrs. Hornbaker is a musician or i the second! largest area hereabouts.S. I The second string men. who de- where previous chautauquas have -
:: MKatz, Mrs. H. N. Makinson: Mrs. considerable dilt-nction. As a soloist L. and J. E. Lupfer come next serve none the less credit because of been held. The three flights rf stairsto PROGRAM _
I>. Woodheck. Miss Dot Maklnsoni she possesses a voice"9f culture and with 8 acres. W. J. Steed and CarSon their sticking throughout the season climb have operated against the Sunday.,- December 16. 4 p. m. .
U. Ellis Davis. Mrs. DeWSlton Al- sweetness whichhas to Farmer each have I 5 and M. D. and thereby helping to make tie f first 'I nircfcj" of these educational gatherings Broadway Band Stand '
6: ana James M.; Johnston and Mis1 be termed "The sweet AA.Ui..her I the Casler i. now tiling five. Holmes team a reality are McClure Lupf, and the school board is dofiir'te- .
1 Geneva Rober on, Mayme Pillcy South." She is a Prather and Lee Rogers each have Daniel Mime:, David Brunson, Oren ly on record against all gatherings KISSIMMFRCONCERT BANTJ '
& bmy Squires, and Virginia Slgler. and studied in the' BOlton'Conaerva.- one acre tiled. All of these fifty Brown William Moore Edgar Bee- being held in the building which are U. J. Burrows DIrector!' ,. .
I lra.% Roy Starbird a* chairman of tory .of Music and 'under,.masters' acres) except Mr. ,Nave'a original fifteen land and Don Oliver. .Clyde Harris not absolutely essential to school du r I
r advertising committee decorated from abroad.! Her ten year of .study have been"so equipped this) year. played part of the season and got ties. March-The Little GJan\'Mo; : L, ,
I | window of:the business section and teaching' makes her one of the The attitude of the Bank of Oscaola Into some of the games. Mr. McDoagal says that; fifty-two' Overture-"Maritana" .__.ZTVWallaeeValse '' t' ,
I J large banner in different *ec foremost teacher of'.the Lampartl County in ita desires, to see tiling There another set of boys in the cities', L t1', and', eta..ed l. a'P wkd_, the day I Ire method. Sb.waa': a member of the carried on baa'proved a' big stimulusto football squad to whom honor Is due this year's season with ..his, chautau-' March-The' Old Circus HJand/Jewell// : .., 'j .'i'tf.,:-
-th. roD call,:assisted by'Mesi faculty of Palmer-.College and bead truckingin -this ,section. 'There This group includes thoMJ-who; know. qua. II*'says that: it has been I held e INTERMISSION",: ,* .
p *.* 'c. N.', PhllHpr%: E., D.X.ts.; of the department of i wuiic at' that are several' other' growers ,who are log they were rneligible.'contmtied to ,at ,Baker' University at' KaII.... and Selection-. Song* From_ ",T3i. *"Old . ::1t.J'!
E .;'Tedde., and Walter CobleV: Ml*. institution.At .: I"". "- .' 4, :, s.riousl.consld.rlng ; immediate tiling come eat and play,\fumishlng' .crim. Mercersberg: Academy', where >-President FAIk c g___> -__..._..lAb. .,, "
IVWan ,' Floyd Kathryn. .Tiller, '>/ next Sunday": morning' service .;and aoma'who, hay ,tiled('qhand/ mag*'practice to't1le first t4I'am-' .and I CooHdge's eou'attend, for many ,Trombon.sVlo._..l ', Baaa, t 'f.';r ,
.Snodgras. ., ':Kathryn, Burn*. Mr*. Uombak will sing Herbert o.lohJullm. now 'contemplate increasing this, type I. those who were trying to,snake' that I, years, while last;"yesr,and this'H has Overture-"Panorrna" ..i<,Barnhooa- .". I/
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on Cry**, and the'following lib-: '* "Bpc;of.Aceeanct! at.the ver'sboflhy.t.Thlngs'/ .orely lock team. The' boys who knowing, they been the chautauqna: 'Baylor. Uni Mar"KingSot"a.Glora': . !: .., ... *"" \:",'j', f'L'
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KISRIMMHE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1923 .
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close to Broadway
: freight cars so
and the owners of property damaged 1
HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTE by having the street closed, our city BROADWAY GARAGE

will likely be put to the expense of
It M. (". VnRNCIO.!:' P".rtet.r

_.._ __ __ _. . . . . defending many law suits for .dam
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14 1923 ::;NUMBER 14 ages. GENERAl 4\1TO REPAIRS, GAS,' OILS AND, ACCESSORIEs.
VOLUME KISSIMMEE,'' FLORIDA, DECEMBER Rather than see Darlington .avenue

.. ------..- -..-- -.---- -- -- .. .-.. .._ ... .- .- .. -- ,- .. .- !so fixed that it can never be openedto HARTFORD BATTERIES, SUPPLIES AND SERVICE
---- - : \ lake, I would prefer the railroad
Editor ?__.........___Fred Lupfer\\ urer to take ciiarge of all moneys be- used before the voting begins. our keep their two blocks on the 501; BROADWAY PHONE 29*
disburse Rule IIAny'mem bt'r cifeiinif a.protest
__Alberta Brunson longing to the society, to the do its
Assistant Editor__ of the proceedings lake front and11"1.* dredge
.. same upon the written order of the against any e .
end of: the e
the Breeze
REPORTERS have the work, at Cape
president, to make Buch'accounts as of this society May .
Ninth ___________.,_..EdwJ5 Barnea the club may require and to keep a dame, if in respectful language entered bulkhead project. -- -- - -- --- -

Tenth ________-______Youel Johnson debit and credit account; in full in the minutes. With 300 feet of Darlington avenue
_ .Park Doujrhten III Order of business The disposed of to the railroad of
Eleventh __ -- "- Duties of scrgeant-at-arms: It Rule :
Twelfth __,___ ______Raymond Tyner shall be the duty of the sergeant) following shall be the order of exercises what use to Our city would the small

Music ____- ,.__ _____Harold WilsonAt arms to attend the nocictyduring* ,: its for the regular sessions' of portion left between Pleasant avenue ,', l1&illJ[ IDcDRYc? lY1rrn
railroad be
sittings, to aid in the enforcement of thlfloeh.t! ). and the to any one except
is and railroad?
last our Carnival over the f
I session.
order under the direction of the presiding Debating
although we do not know as yet how officer to execute the commands Section I-Roll Call. For many years the !Hart Memorial I' electricva.sliiTi0' rria.oli.ineWASHIS (
much we made for the library the / ; Section II All business. building has flood out as a beacon
of the club from time to time. 1 AND DRIES WITHOUT A WRINGER 1
Carnival was a biff success. The Car- Program committee,: This committee .- Section III-Piogram. light for progress and betterment in ,
nival was well patronized by the peo- shall consist of three mt'mbeito Section IV-Repoit. of Critic.Section all works of uplift. To the women
of Kiislmmee and other towns who have had the control of thii
ple he appointed by the president at the V-Fuither Business '.
and we wish to thank them for the first meetings of bach semester to Adjournment. building, Kiasimmev! owes without'' ,
kindness that they have shown us. the beautiful street of Broadway ,
doubt
hold office during one semester. The Article VII. Section I Answers I
We also wish to kindly thank all their who duties of this committee shall be to to roll call shall be made by a replyof on the Dixie Highway. What ) Prices until today $165" t 1 II I I
in offering will these who have done
\ were so generous the programs of the club "present. women so < 1t
arrange
service or by helping us in some I and to ace that each member ia placedon (Signed) much for Kissimmee think when they: I I
other-way. We wish to thank those Louise realize that their beautiful view of ,
the at least once each Arthur S. Uullock Mary
who furnished the lights, those who I term. program Snodgrasa, Edna Kritz:, Walter the lake has been cut off forever by j / IJ I
NOW
1 I furnished the lot those who hauled Article VII. How to amend: This ner, Youel Johnson, Russell ; Io'en-I the freight cars on that crossing? I I $155 .

things for us free of charge and in constitution may be altered or Oren Brown Sue Ixwibettcr, If our city government can close .

fact everyone who helped to make amended by a two-thirds vote of the H run son, Irvin Driggers, William the streets going to the lake, they I yn, ,, : .r.
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the Carnival a success. active members present at any regular ,: Moore, Daniel Minx Hamilton Urown, can close the streets going to the : ;" pr.

HENRY W. GRADY business meeting; notice of such Athalia Griffin, Hulin R. Snyder, :court house; this latter step would I : ,
DEBATING CLUB alteration or amendment hating been Jeanette Griffin Mary 1) StefTee, never be taken of course, but this t. J

read before the society and filed with Carl Spence, John Sanderson J. (.J.Hunkins comparison serves' to show how far

Last* Friday afternoon the Henry the secretary at least one regular !McClure Lupfer, Dorothy t they l Have exceeded their authority v n I

W. Grady Debating\' Club held its meeting in advance. | Bullock Carl Reep, Harold Wilson,, and jeopardized (the rights!: of all citizens J

regular meeting m the Freshmen Ily-Laws I Catherine! n'nninvPark Doughtcn, both present and futine.Now : c
room. As some of the delegates were Article I I. Sessions When held : I Vivian Floyd 1, Emerson Squires, S.il- we are told that our commissioners .
absent the debate was postponed and The public debating sessions of t this I I lie. 1-dbc-ttei, I Delia, I.eilbetter. HobI offer this plan as an alternative JOHN A MCCARTHY

the constitution was taken up and society shall, occur ->n Friday afternoons I Illie (Crow George I Lee Singeltary! ,, I to an earlier scheme' in divertingthe I-

discUNsed. The constitution is us follows of every other week. | Bill Seel I BuMilan. ..1.1"01'0'; IlilneVinn remaining!' bulkhead fund to the rP rl

: Special meetings may bo c allot f bv, I \ l.amlieit Campbell, Arthur I.Siced I.. street work and feel very much airirnevcij -
Constitution the president at the request| of live 1. ."Ifro'd'iI'"II. Karl Its,Ibitt, that t their ..I"rou'(',iorl" i- Electrical I .llit.
Article 1. Name. This ol' nnizlI- active members.A I Lawrence 1IId)01l1lId. Clavton Yates. i fnot better received; yet if they ,"uJ.1 l lI \ .

tion shall be known as the Henry W. quorum hall conet i : of two-' I R. (i. !Handy Rudolph \\'al'r.1.) I II I 1'/1\'"- diverted 1 the i. lkhpa,1 niont-v inj Dealer and ContractorST. a

Grady Debating Club. fifths of the active members of the Wade Tucker, .1 r., Albeita! Bronsuu, j tins fashion then they could' divert

Article II. Object: The object of society. Sec.; Johnnie hisser, :Milton II, (Ira !' -hiMil building bond money to nn\' ,
this club shall l he intellectual social, Article 11. Election 1'V ballot: All hum. 1'ies. j I' other use they might wikh.Is CI.Ot'D.) "'('c1R11)( \ r1 o..

moral culture of those connected withIt elections in I\the club ,shall )10<. by ballot thin I point suffn-u ntly apprcciatcd If,

and principally to foster the art of ; a majority! of all votes caw being HA.sh.KT U\l.1.I I by t the public (Ljl is})DRY 1lUllii
debating. necessary to a choice. !I'm.illy with Darlington arenas at
Article 111. Eligibility No person Election of officers" : The election The I liovs' l>,i:krti!\>;iill: It'urn will play closed und the lake) view and proKpeclive < L' weehln* .mechtnd ,.,. i a'
shall become a member of thissociety of officer for the succeeding term their first game of the '('an at lav- [' park shut off by standing earl, -"" "* ll.J.l' : ? o,

who IN not at the time of hi* shall he held at the last regular: ) meeting tnna, J l'i ii iday, December, 14. Although 'I with a freight, yard! in the heart of Vi
or her election to membership connected of each term. they Inv not h a d much tune town with '{00 fret of Darlington) v.

with the O. 11. S. Article 111. At any regular!: busi-1 to practice, they expect to iriveDiijti avenue dispose of to the railroad, ....

Article IV. Punishments of thin ness session an equal tax may a god fight. The. Lrirls' t."umI company. with the smoke and noise(, ) - -- - - --- --- aco.
society shall be fines, removal and levied on all ucti\e members by b"j \ ill play Dcl.und. Saturday ight.Senior und the general appearance of of I I C.Co
expulsion. All fines not hereinafter -- --- --
twothirdsote.. freight vard--with these .fMm81l'l'S to I I II
specified shall be levied by the pre A tax shall be due one week afterit i _Notes I I n growing town, has Kismmmee I all

ident or society. I is levied. The Senior class :II"'mlol..iIIon.: through her officials\ not "sold her I 7 Il ru
Any member for sufficient cause Article IV. Fines for nonperformance birthright for of *"
1 day afternoon for t the of determining a mess pottage ,
may be expelled from thin society; : Any active member failing to the size of the purpose..< las.. and menaced the future prosperity of vri i
rings.which : ,
the proceedings being the same as perform any duty assigned to him they will soon order. They also {I the town to an extent almost beyond hi
,
for removal.
unless excused from such duty the calculation ?
Article V. The officers of this by brought up the question as to \.hu'thf'v and of
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society program committee, shall be 'tin.iItlfty 1- they'rejustasqopd
should do about the thirty dollar our present commissioners willing ho
shall
consist
of vice-
president cents provided that I in case of which the ; to appear ill this unenviable hi.
,
Sf'ni"ria had' left
president, secretary and treasurer half non-performance of duty on the> pro- from last. year's fund Some suggested -I light not only to their fellow--cit'zens, nFwr
sergeant-at-arms, each of whom gram committee the fine shall be but,
to ,,
I that we give it to I the) Athletic, Association posterity ? I lu
hold office during semester. The todcujl
one dollar.A I
one I My contentions that bond 1 I t tan
for the of I are money -
lixmir
standing committee of this club shall purpose up
penalty of forty-five minutesafter bp :
be the an indoor court for both the hoys'| used only for the purpose for tin
proaram.Article school may be imposed at the and which it was voted and that all ;
girls' basket) hull teams. Mostof :' ra I I
VI. The duties of the
president descretion of the i
president To be ,,
streets going to the lake bo a"
the kept .
high schools
vice-president and over the state : s 1 wa I
secretary ire
effect for
as afternoons, m*
many as ,op'n J. M WILkSON.
have in-door court and think that
i and treasurer shall be such as de- designated. we I: or
scribed in Roberts Rules of Order, Article V. Rules of order It is nothing but right that KismnH : Gazette Classified Ads bring results / ah,
: '
and it shall be the further duty of erts "Rules of Order" shall I lx Rob-I m. should ..have one, too. j i i i I y Grandad's right. For the better part of a a.atrAI

the secretary to call the roll at reg- standard of Pailimentary usage in I - I'KOGHAMNext STOP COUGHING a century, Heckers' Buckwheat has been a I,
ular business sessions, to keep a rec- this society. I ,I I est
ord of all absences and failures to Couch cnuim feverish muilitlons\ favorite. It makes delicious, light
Article VI Rules pan
of onjer: The 1 : Friday afternoon the Lanier throat and lung strain find lead to " the
appear on the program, and to keep following rules of order shall be I Literary Society and the liiieiimouia cud serious! sickness The cakes with the real,' old-time buckwheat ofant

.. the minutes of the society anlll its op- binding on the society: I Grady Debating Club will hold auditor-1 I oooner you quit cxuigliiiiK the fJ|ulrer3on flavor. Ready for the griddle when mixed thaa
en programs copied in permanent records '- Rule I-Yets and nays: Upon the will feel bi-ttrr and lucre a betterniirlit's .
,, ,, of the society and to have ordering of the and each meetingin' the high school rest IxMUmrdi'H Couth Kyrui| with water or milk. neate
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yeas ;, ''
charge of all correspondence. active member shall nay I ium. The meeting is for the purpose' (CreoHotcnl" ) cusses find "'M.I tui'H in Imth.ic
It without debate I of having a Christmas ll.uiied. raw tliroutic, rallies tutu plilt-n-u I
hall be the duty of the treas- give his program, so j'
vote unless especially! !!. ex-the public is without racking or Ktruioinic, priitecln pat t
,-_. rdal1Y.I'.y'lt! d. ,
- _- ---.----. ", .. ___._. she liinf sail removes the- cause of <'
lJecICe'i3'Flour
--- -- - -- -- Cream
.- -- till troublo. Bearbt.1 \\if the firm .I eta ,
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\igti. list Ixiltln eif, KtntreU's Buckwheat a.f
; : , 0'' Cough Syrup a(Cr<-
Aluminum, j i I THE FORUM."j"j111t {' druggist ruiic'liitla.grippe, croup, 'l'le0811.01eIIllI Flue I wboopin for'nuiKlis and cough, eu'eoiots." v"ri'l\ ::1 .iV .Y1w. BUCKWHEATAn airs parwit-.



: \\IM.SOX WHITES VIEWS: !' Pita titer

I 0TIm: liri.MiKAD: ) Mrriii: e.

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Editor: Valk-y Gazette; : I!' D. ,4R 1 "" 10 hw
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1 Regarding the closing, of IlfitlmfrI ) > App
I avenue by the hid
city commission '
i I ers, have you given the citizens of n
I II ..fcfc'!
Ware forChristmas I! our. town the full information re--I I
ipaidini the e'ommisMonei dual wIth' tnth

: the officers. of the railroad company'( An an,.
j e far
From l Investment
j your statement our citizenWere we,.
.. led believe that a satisfactory I non
(ISt'I'I.m"t' had been made t the ar fI_

according to your pnntedj I -
'report being that Not .f;:
'by the city (paving An ExpenseProof
(' the railroad one thousand dollar... 'loaa.
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( $1,00000)) for the two blocks '.n the .
(|lake front that the bulkh"IHling.ould MIawn

I jg-o on." I of the value and economy of the improved Skinner Coke Heaters ..

I Unfortunately the crux of the ewe in protecting groves, nurseries and vegetable 'Q __all
from
M\as omitted viz crops frost may be had burrnr
: that
as a part of j I ; for the asking. a
the (consideration Darlington avenue I ,

should stay closed and thai, MOO fret ... flr
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EXTRA of the ....
HEAVY avenue he held the Let
by railroad us give the
you of hpeatd
names !
company. Thin !:100> feet': owned by the I their growers in your county who have tested

railroad make them absolutely safe merits and who have either used them before or will use them this In 1..

; BEST QUALITYA so far as opening of I the stieet ht'riv year. Let us show you further how ICy n
easily and unloito
after is concetriesl, With this kl'Y- A demonstration costa cheaply they are operated. c, property in their Hsertxion, no one you nothing vahldrlv
in the future .
would be
able lo undo I
i this ill advised art. ar..

Our people are entitled to know Skinner Coke Heaters put radiant heat close to the ground where it vealdlrn Iemad..
the facts in best fulfills its ,
the '
(: se. purpose. One filling of
the
heater burns
large new :assortment to pick know Do that our citizen and tax payers hours unattended. In event of freeze seven to nine R.,.'
when the 'present i'ommi l you not only save your valuable investment arced.

fro 111 \ sinners right and went into office. they held the but your unharmed crop Is vastly increased in value. Send the xtaad.o
power to (request the rail coupon in

st' a road to keep the crossing clear of now."t ) tuba
cats ? Knowing this the railroad lisp.

; :Many new pieces; could not put their freight cars on d.v/t all. .
l you've never the blocks between I'leanant e<
avenue ?.f 110

tr \ seen before. and Hut the now railroad.by giving the railroad Skinner Machinery Co. andhalf .

300 feet And closing Dinlingtoti hour
r avenue two I Inn"
,
permanently the BOX 119
railroad
0II"'ht
can Dunedin
Come i in make their freight yards in the heart Florida.
'j
and
let ns sllo 1 \V yon of the town und ue would be power I file. a''
less to '11""t'a
move
+
iem
/ our Christmas (G ods. While I thi-rc'fiis no objection to till'ruill'oad flklnn.r fie 1'''' c. Departm.nt M..hln.r Compan. i i, hit ii "

using (he crossing of Darlington -- 1.>unedln. 'Iorlda. quail

"" avenue, HO long us we are not Send Informal Ion about heater rot 1 r..t 1
,
using that end of the street but selling N qulred 10 protect my IIro.-. equlpmeot r.- 1 am.or .
t
: I !: all light r .
s and| t title and closing the y

.street so that the city may never 1 ha.... . . . .. acr. In arova. __to It.
*; rn it, becomes an illegal act and '1 Varlellea. d..tc..


r Makinson HardwareNEAR .1 fectedeverv being citizens become man, woman personally arid child af I .. .. . .: . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . . ... . ". . 0sY "t.that, .r...I t

injured and much friction and
> ate

DEPOT I, much When criticism the lake is front brought is! bulkheadccl on. M_. .. .. . . .. .. . . .. . ... .... . . . . . aheaadd. .tl
PHONE and made I .:"
123 into
a beautiful
f.< and park, Darlington avenue 'is water the logical front Adduaa . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . I / ....I.nd.ar .
desirable
approach halld
to the
A park: xd
and will be tah
I needed for both
.
N- -- street and +
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---- -- side neh.and
r; walks
to
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get to
-- such park. More-
. + ,1 \ A man b but a worm'of the dust.- Boyohboy over it will cost ,the city more al"IN' c
money
&' aateeom.u: ) along, wiggle about a A dame I love for made other streets and sidewalks to be SKINNER 00 rMSU'

t f ,J1U, and .ft all,. some"chicken: gets 7 I* Alice Fern; ',I ty of to the the lake front and the beau a. anJ'
She don't' park would ba lost ,
H 'Dr7yPooda"Jeonomfat., know 'much to all : artInlpa a,
!: ,
,But llin'- passers-by, because of the obitrue.
'. )! T to learn. I tion
of sect
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J" the i 1 freight
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II I VALLEY GAZEriE.. .FRIDAY' DECEMBER.14.' ;123 \.a .TH EE:

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4i eoeo4oooo.oaooooooe< the City of Klsslmrnee. within the are .ooooooooo..ooo o .o. O.G+ i limit at a speed exceeding. ; ten mile .0- ,' o .
.' I per hour or 'on' the other street .,of H. CLAY STANFORD ap LUCILE JOHNSON
4J .Legal Advertisements aid city at speed of more than beep.tyfive : ,
-
mile hour. 0 Newton Ann's Furs
per o
Section II. It shall be unlawful to <00 REAL ESTATE. RENTALS 4 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
eo. ,440 .4. 46.aa00a0An operate any vehicle on the street In 0 AND. INSURANCE 4 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 4 ,

.a. reckless or disorderly manner.' . 4' Over Bank of Osceola County .o-J 4 CLAIMS HANDLED 4
Section 14. It shall be unlawful for
Keorlvlnir Ordinance of Stolen Declaring doods Larceny, aa Offenie and any per son-or persons to drive or operate . 4 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '0 STATE BANK BUILDING 4i We have on hand a fine assortment of inexpensivefurs t
the Puhllo Peace of the City an automobile>> or other motor .O.o. .s , . .. . .o". 'OOO" II"'OO"O".OO
Afaln..t Dinningthe Offense oftareenyi vehicle on the streets of the City of I'' i
D.aning'the; Offence of Rerelvlna Klsslmme. wbo. are at' the lime Intoxicated. . .in scarfs and chokers. While they.last, $6.50up.
Stolen Oood.: and Fixing aPenalty 44ELLIS
: ; for a Violation Hereof. Section 18. It shall be unlawful to t P. A., VANS AGNEWATTORNKTATLAW '
I BH IT ORDAINED bv: the City Com us. bright light on any motor drivenor 'P.' DAVIS : Also handsome. asssortment of martens, 'sables,
rnlealon of the City of Kleetmmee. other vehicle" between sunset ana ,
hunrlse, within the fire district. : I I. f
limit Hectlon* of 1.the Lan..n. City of within KlMlirmnee the city 1.h.rpby I I. Section ... It shall b* unlawful to "ATTORNEY *A1SLAWOffice : ,. OFFICES :double furs. :Caps, coats, jackets, etc.,

declared an offense against the use a spotlight on any motor. drl.envehl..l. Bank of Osc"ola County Building Wlat.r'Park.. Florida
.
thoatreet of the
on City. I :
public HfxHIon peace). of Receivingetolen the City of Kllmmee aroodi Section IT. It shall b. unlawful farany 10 Civil I Chameerr 3'retlca i CrlsalaalKlfiSIMMHW MRS. DeWITT,

within the city 'limit of the City ofKlMlmmee. passenger automobiles with carry 1 FLORIDA ,
to have Ing; capacity of nine or more pe..nto 1
kjnowln the Came
I been stolen, I* hereby declared an of. stop or park on Broadway, '.000000.0000000.00000000.. Woman's Exchange, ..
Section IS.. It shall b unlawful for .
"frnae aaialnat the public peace of the .

'City of KUalmmee." .. or any fire vehicle equipment to follow golngto any a motorcycle fire at a .0. .. . .O.000.OO.000tO.. TURNER MARBLS A: GRANITE: 223 South: Orange Ave.
flection' 3. It hall ba unlawful forany ,
greater rate of speed tban fifteen mile .0COMPANY.. TAMPA 4
of
within the city limit
pron hour. I MILTON PLEDGER ___ 4>
the City of Kl-mlmmee" .to commit per | Orlando. ;
larceny by atvnlinK any money goods Section It When the siren on add A. ..0MONCMENTS ; .
fire equipment or traffic motorcycle" issounded
or ohallrls, the property of another 4> *
the city street all vehicle.shall ATTORNEY AT LAW -----
shall unlawful for on
Section 4 It be
j any person to buy, receive or aid In pull to the curb -ns quickly aa 4 Slat Bank Building 4KI8HIMMKU >I4 1 "

the concealment of Mol-n money possible : FLORIDA ___ .
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goods or property of .another knowing Section 20. Any person found 'a-ull : Kissimmee -'r-
tv of violating any of the pro..I.lon.of
the same. to have been itnlen.Hectlon .tOOtot OOOO o.O

provision of t. thlg Who Orrtlj-an.cr ver violate. *.hILILbo.J..I..I any. .I I a fine this ordinance not exceeding..shall.; Three he punished Hundred by J. S. rrb.c>> pSC:: >> iz '

by a'fnie bf not morn than nollnr or Imprisonment not exceeding 1. ,F. KR1BR8 W1! J. STEEn M. TILLER :
Five Hundred ifSnoOO) Imllnr. or Imprisonment thirty day 4 I
of not more than sixty Hocteon 21 Any ordinance or part. KRIBBS it: STEED *
.. of ordinance In conflict with the provisions t Real Estate Agency Licensed Funeral Director :
< ) day
-... of this ordlnnncn shall ba, anj CH.eaera sad "r>. eet. I Slor and Chaptlon
Head a first time hr-oprn "' .Ion. ) ns> ra .t Law 4I I
the same are hereby, repealedHictlon KhMlsssae :' .
and by unanlmounonent and placed final upon 22 This ordinance shall fr'lerlde FIRE. LIFE. AND ACCIDENT ": A ( ..*,.. Sye.ptANk:S.r.lc. I. Ree1.ra1Stewart

Its and.niTonil uiinnlniou-ilv reading pucaed, this pse.pegr 8tn* take. effect on the SOth day of Novem- General prvrtlreall et.t. sad ..0INHTRANCR! ,..0i i, AWllu. All fmt_
b< r. 1923. V.ItH Stales leurlw
INDEMNITY BONDS *
day of Nov. A. l> 1923
H It. liOUOHTKM. Head a first time and by unanimous I Grade Service at '
Attest consent placed upon its second reading xi sfmm. High Ambnlance. Ca,1,
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J. R. nil.TIKRT <"lty Manager.ieputy . )
for (Sty Mar % and final passage and unanlmousl PAT JOHNSTON Q. P. GARRETT Officer S4I PHONES Residence 71
l paused this 8th day of Nov, 1923. t
<(< ...)
. Attest : II. IJ DOUOHTEM JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW KISSIMMEE PLUMBING
n Approved thin 8th dRY of Nov. A P : .
111 A 'H niMIHRT, J. It OIUIIKRT. City Ugr.Ui'puty .- -----..- _. -- _. -
4Rt MI rllJ.JlI1ml..lnner.. for City Mgr.SEAL SHOP I

--- -. - .-.--- --- ( Approved) this 8th dRY of Nov 1923. Offices: 10. 11 and 12. Osceola Bank
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An orillnnnre. providing rule and .,. M. IIII.nl RT. Building.

riding rrarolatlan mid for|>nrklniof. tinopiintlnK.motor-drKi. driving\. I 149-Ct Mayor-Commissioner KISSIMME FLORIDA Nothing: Too Big BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

And other vehicles on the streetof. l > TIIH i'oi'>T1' f 01 HT I'll'NO .
.. ... ('ot''IITI"I.. Hln-'. Nothing: Too Small \
t lie 'i > of Ii.*>* < anl p..e'Il j I I Roll o..t'OI.4>
Intr! penalties tin.n for. Tit l: MUI..H1 I 1.' :ItTIIIZ ;COMPANY; UK. R. J. DENNING CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
He II o..I.'n.1. | In the Pity ('"mml..- a rnrpora. t li>n "",.lInla.'" and existing
slop of tin i Ity of KIsnlminuB. Florida under and by vlrute of the Lawsof DENTIST All Work GuaranteedTo WOOD BRICK STONE ;
: the Stale of Florida Inlntlff.. vs. ,
Hwtlon, I That every person drlIng \"- 1.11"PAIN11A.IAM. I.VMJ: also. -'Over the Poatofflce.KKICK STEEL STUCCO ,
known CAI'T XV L.Ml IX'ft nd- Be Satisfactory ,
; or rlilitiir any motor drl\en or other aa .
vehtrli. mi tin streets of the ('II. n nt Huuua. t tu I2lu.: 1.111 to i N. F. BASS JACK BASS
of Kteslinm shall nlei-rvi the following Nutlet Is h-r.-b1 iilt" 'en that the rules mid reirulatlon I lsl>u\t> entitled suit was on the 30th 5
-OfBe. Phone U Broadway : Telephone 143
Hula 1 Keep lu the right of the dayof No\ember *. It 1923 Inrtlltut-
.treetRule. eil b>' attachment tint summons ad .
2 Keep In the right of the reapondi-ndum was Issued afrnlnst Cap- -- --
street. In permtttlnK another vehicle tu lain William Ixynic. also known a*
overtake soil pass and thi' overtaklnvvi'hlfle Cap XX'. L>)'IIK. the defendant In said 1
shall IIHSM to the left of the I muse, but returned l>v the Sheriff ofOsieola
vehlrlii: o\trtsKin County. unser\ed, the d.fi'nd- .
Rule 3. Left-hand turns a* s'reot ant In.In IT out uf the State, of Florida; -
corners. where such turns are allow.id 'that said Hilt uf Attachment has benl .
shall bfc made hy going around th' l .\ lid b)' said Sheriff on I the following .
- center point' nf in** street interserllnn II.! ...'rll..' Rule 4 1t.ht-h..1. turn at street "1,1 defendant. . sltunte I l\lnK and l>..- : ,
I corner. .h'r. such linns ore allnwid In o..c..ol" Count) Florida, tow ,
hall be rnadr close to the rlKht-hanil It 5.
curb at said, mrnerHull The southwest quarter (HX'Vof) .
S M nil street Intersections the northeast quarter. and ,
) vehicles annroachlnK on the right have the west" half 1R'4)I of the anuthi -
the right of wn>. over ypproachln vrhlr4es ...Mt quarter of Heillun 7. Township _e : \ I
on the left 2* south RHnice 29 last, con- J -
Rule fi. Hffor stopping the driverof taming 120 acres. !
any vi Mole. shell gibe n signal by le\..Ii.d upon as the property of Captain : ---z> z .
holding out hli hand to warn eny vn- William I.>'ng. the defendant In the -- ---- '
.. behind him that a stop Is to be bte cause: ',
made. This signal shill also he given Now.. therefore. you. the said Cap '
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when appronrhlns a corner where a t.I".lIlIam l.)'nK. aNo known asCHP a
turn I. to le made. !. W. l.>'ng. defendant and all/ 0th-
Rule 7 Nn vehicle shall turn on er persons Inlerealed, are hereby re-
any treit. to MTO In *n opposite direction gutted to personally: and appear to
except at Intersection. said action at the Court House In the
Mule I All person driving vehicle City of Klsulmmee. osceola County ESPIRITU SANTO SPRINGS
ball obey the direction of any policeman Klurlda, on the flute Pay In March A.
I or traflrofficer to either stop I). 1024. that b.lnacIonday.! the Srd
o and If directed by him to top day uf the said month; else. judgmentwill i
Mali stop back of the street crosslncso be entered against you by default
that pedealrlan may cross the and this cause will proceed a.
Street while \ehlrle traffic Is h.td required by law and the Rule. of Practice
AIM shall obey directions' a. marked of this Court.
on trsfnc sl-mals. standards or post XVITNK--S J. K Overetreet Clerk of and its developments e
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Rule t. All vehicle must stop so the County Court of Osceola County. ; .: "
fiat the sidewalk will be to the right Florida, on this JOth day of November:,
of the driver when the stop I. made A. I). U>1J. J. U n\"KRRTltlCET. II I ",
and said vehicle must be not more Clerk County Court In and for ,
than eighteen Inches from the curb Oeceola County. Florida.
.nd If parked parallel must not hi (Col BealiKELLY \ ..'
closer than three feet to the vehicle !8UTTOW' Does not the above illustration picture ailments and a location overlooking beautiful ; I
Immediately In front of the vehicle so Attornr). for Plaintiff.. 52-'t ,

parked. of ? Bay will. thousands '
structures Old attract
an imposing group Tampa
Rule 10. A more lowly moving vehicle In Circuit Court for th. 17th Judlo al '.

shall keep .. close. as possible Circuit of State of Florida. In* and for Does it not bring to mind de- of- the nation's wealthiest eacK '. ? .. people"
-to the right hand curb ao to allow. Oaceola County. In chancery. Arthur your many ,. ofi .. ,

I wee a.Keetlon Seater aa possible moving S. It on shall vehicle the be Ifet aa unlawful free p.to. O.ama I'ublleatlon.Adama respondent. complainant TUB. IHvorco.' *>.... OF Eva Order A. Ad.for lightful Spanish 'associations? ' '. ;" .:,whoinw'ill: ? : 1 bring! ',.many'.dollars .which, will t\\>: l. ., ..:' ; '

HTATK FLORI.
park any vehicle except In accordance DA TO Eva ; ",:,4Does it not strike the sort of/J' iitlowinto the the k'*
'. with the marking. on the curb. and achuaetta.: You A. Adama.are commanded Medford Maa-and \ ,j you as just ,/ .
2 ''Itr street_ I*pavement no such marking providing all parking where; required to appear to bill In above development which should be built over in the development of these 'mar I \
nose on the 7th day of January A. D. I

- hall, be parellel t. It shall to the be curbBertlon unlawful. to :I Andr.UU.'ITNER8..... as Judge the of Honorable above. Court C.and O and around the mineral springs named velous springs? 3

pork hour at any a vehicle time between for. more SAM than. and on- the seal County.of said Florida Court. at thl.Klaalmmee.Oaceola the 4th. , "Espiritu Santo". by De Soto in 1639? Whether or not the romantic legends la
10 P. M. from FtewartAvenue
on Hroadway I
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having to Hakln so parked Avenue. for and one no hour vehicle 1 day uf December Ji. L-A.OVERSTRprr.As of P. above 121 Court.Circuit . These springs, discovered; on the day of passed down are true, Espiritu Santo'

.em..hall Broadway park again and In the havlnsr came block departed until ( Court Seal) 6-4t I II I the Feast of the Holy Spirit in the 16th Springs will henceforth be known not only '

Ruction one. hour 4. after It shall departure be unlawful. for Statement of the ownership management Century, were known for their curative as a Fountain of Youth and Health,. but as I \ "

any trucks. dray or other vehicle used circulation etc, r.qulr.eI by '

for.y.Heavy A. trtifk hauling dray. to or park other on vehicle Rrndw the 111 Act of Th.of Klaalmmee Conreaa Valley of August Gristle 24., properties by Spanish explorers, the inhab- a Fountain of Wealth.

(teed for heavy hauling I I. hereby de- published weekly, at Kllmmee. Fler- itants of Florida West
niM-4 to mean one whose capacity I I. Ida, for October 1. U2I. and the Indeas even Espiritu Santo Springs, Incorporated, is +
L That the and addresses of
Et "than. from one ton.the extreme or one whose front end to- and the publisher business manalter name editor managing are: editor before their discovery by Hernando de a company organized? to develop, these mar-

) extreme rear end Including- the PubU"h.r--KI..lmm. Valley Oaa Soto. velous health and it has already ;
giving springs ,
'lad If any, exceeds Its Inohea. ..)!... corporation, Kiailmmee. Flor
action (. It shall H unlawful to
,pork aay vehicle. on a*street except ida.Editor-A. T. French Klaalmmee. They have a record of unfailing cures to' begun the construction of the'pavil
within white way district, between
...>ae*et and sunrise, unless the same Florida.Manaarlnr. Jt"ltqrB.. Harrla, Klaalmmee both Indians and Whites ever since that ion which is the building at the right in the h
.ballhave a tall light oontlnuou.lyburning. Florida.
;. Bualneaa ManagerO.. Van Agnew time. pictured above.
deletion I. It shall. he unlawful for v aplmrn.e.: e"loelda group '\
any vehicle to park within six feet of 1. That the own-r-i are. : Mattle. '' '
Romantic often claim that of This is its
r a flre plug.Seotlon Harris. Klaalmmee. Florida: P. A. "an.A..n. people one corporation financing opera 3
It shall be unlawful for ....
7. .
Winter F'ark Florida
the driver of any vehicle, while the S. That the known bondholder, them is the original Fountain of Youth tions partly through the sale of stock units. t
said vehicle. la parked on any afreetIn mort......... and other security holders
Kleelmmee. and while the engine owning or holding 1 per cent or spoken of by Lonce de Leon. These units give each purchaser a share in '
I* ",..hln<<. to leave the said ehlcle, more of total amount of bond, mortgages ,
unless some adult who Is competentto or other aecurltlea. are Anne Do not know that a so rich in the POWERFUL PROFIT PRODUC-
drive said. vehicle In In the said Palmer Fell Warrenfon Vlrrlnlo.K .. you spot ,
vehicle during the entire time the n V ,"'I" fOMiew.
historical associations and background a ERS combined by the developers makingan
driver Is absent. *e '<*" t.> and itheeelhed he'ore me ,
election I. All vehicle, except motor his 12th day of December 113
vehicles where other provision Is L.UC/L.. ..yjH.*, >N. place developed as partly shown in the investment in Espiritu Santo Springs
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made must whether In motion or Not..v ".,b1l.
parked, carry a light visible. from any My commission expire' April R. lUll above picture ; a spring having the powerto Incorporated, more attractive than any
direction from sunset to sutirlse _. _CAN I

t I erated Section or (driven. Every'upon motor- the vehicle streets. op-of UNUSUAL EVENT aid in the cure of many common human other now offered in the State of Florida. '

I Klaalmmee, shall be provided with
f adequate brakes In good working order Elsewhere in this i inane of The Gnrett ,- ;i 1
I and sufficient to control such veI -
hide at all times when the same I* In apnearn the (.dvertia<*mentof the A BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED 8-PAGE SECTION of the Evening Independent./ .41
I use. and an. adequate horn or other Canine theatre. Mr. Small the new
Irlevlc. for signaling sufficient' under manager, has com right back for which gives important historical l facts about early explorers of the West Coast, battles between ,/ v
all condition to give timely warning

I land(-f the shall approach during of the the period motor from vehicle on.-. next with high Monday<< class an ofTering
half hour after sunset to one-half On Monday night he offers not on /
hour before sunrise display at least r
Iv "Voice of the Minaret. with beau -
two lighted lamp on the front and ABSOLUTELY FREE ,
one on the rear of such vehicle. The tiful Norma Talraadfre, but in addi- /
light of the front lamp shall be 'vlsl- tion to this Talmadge production the ,
hi.> at least two hundred feet In the Casino has the of 4'
pleasure
In vehicles pre.entIntr FOR YOUR COPY, /
direction which the motor MAIL THE COUPON ; r
in
proceeding and shall be. provided' Mrs. Russell Crum "The Dragon .
with dimmer or some other deviceiqually Fly" an interpretive dancing: P
efficient In protecting; the ballet. Also the Casino's novelty or-i .' v
er of a vehicle traveling In an drlv-1 J
llrectlon. When dimmer. are' chestra of six pieces will render a ,
SBame shall be applied before the moor I program of late and popular number 'o

vehicle come. within two hundred *. Hearst's International News Santo Springs Incorporated J-V I )

+ Teet of* direction any vehicle, or traveling where some; In' an other oppoelt and a Laurel will complete Mondaynileht' fspiritu Ci Saato alp \ ,,

device I I. used. It shall be so arrangedthat program. r:.l
the ray of the light attached Tuesday night "Voice of tile Min '/ Incorporated

lie said motor vehicle shall not ..hlnemore aret" will be offered without the orchestra ,- Box N i .1
than four feet from the ground
fat a distance. of two hundred feet dancing baUet"L! news and Address Box N /' Safety Ilarbor, Florida .
ahead'of said The reader i.'nferred to '
motor vehicle. comedy. X G atl.racni .
i Section 10. All vehicle arrylnradder the Casino advertisement in this Issue 4" .' .
,/ PI.... send without obilfaUon ii'
[ lumber pipe or any material mo
[extending three feet or more over the where the schedule of performances j : i
|ear end of the body of tho vehicle, and prices for each night ate 1/ tile beaMtifaHv Ulastrmted.r .

shall during tho day fly a flag Ire ala listed ,'. Uoa of Indtpetvdnt which *o. are.

rt containing nehoa. on the not rear lea end-than of the 144 material.aquare The telephone service halt been resumed Safety Harbor, Florida, ,/ offerhir to fir* awajr; :abmolntcl/frea.., f

Bind kvlao at'of night ahall- display a light In at the Casino and Mr. Small / Mini. ."._._...____...____, _. ..._-_.: ._"_i ,
the flair visible not Ua thano reader .
asks'all Gazette and Casinojatrons ,'. "" '_' r
I..t.'k: i. /,' .! to call Casino:186 often., lie , ,. a j Addreeu .. ._,...__....________......_"...-_ _---.-... ,

so Section any cut-out II. It, exhaust shall be horn unlawful, or aim to 'states that it will be,only *v pleasure ,I _* *.lritwater. I. ,BOW VK .....' silo .ti 0 lath f
ail apparatus, on. motor-driven' ,I ,vBlnlea. **-.'T to answer every.call and to cheerfully ., .. f .. . ,. u
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/Aeetton'1t.T:. .It sib.Ilbeanaiawful'toposte five any. and. '' all] "..information_ he; \ ." < .. 's . .. ... ,i.h..
$ hlcly on the treet* e1': _.. ..*" '' .
1 : ,any! ,r -rf. of . '' ''' .. ,
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KkSSkMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 11, 19 2.
FOUR ,
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE development Darlington as beyond it always of has been leaving and j ': .


'also leaving the moaquito-breeding; ELR "

BVBLI8HBB BY : which also always hu I .
i THB: KISSIMMEM VALLEY (JAZsrTTBBVRMT > eyesore there ,, 'PAY'YOU'
i : KltlDATK1S81MMEE. been, we fail to. Bee any opportunity

.. KUOK1PA. for, argument.
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.//1 w, H. HARRIS _.... ._._____rr..ld.nl Mr.' Willson's third paragraph
R U. VANS ....(INFJ\\1.____r.H, .,r..larY might mislead some people. The on
,ALLISON T. FRENCH__-...-.-EdlgratnMralt'TluN i, For
--,-- ly difference between the arrange, ,' ;

One Copy One BATES_.__._._,.|IO. ment made, whereby "300 feet of the Most business I ouses you
One Copy, "'III Months..__________ l.OO avenue be held by the railroad com > go
One! Cops Three )Month..____ ____ .60 "
pany" ii that before the agreementthe ,

me Knierixl< v Florida' ..t the a. pontofflo sfct,n< -cliss at matter.Kl.dm) railroad not only owned every bit to expect you to pay them. We . .

-- -- -- of the 300 feet they can under the
All communication **c('pt from authorised -' '
..arr-.palld.nt.. must be signal new! arrangement but all the rest of pay you. When your moneyis
by th" writer the land to the lake shore. The 300
Rejected matter will be returned Jf
onll.-d for. feet is what has evidently confusedMr. 0 HRISTMA/a l
left in a savings account in
-: F.ndp"; ;:; AcI..rtl.tnl' R" r........... Willson and might possibly con- ,
L'T1iIAME'UCAN;; PRI:5SA55OCIATION: fuse others. That 300 feet is the 200

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1$. 1923 feet of right of way 100 feet on either this bank you don't' pay for its

--. -.- side of the center of the main line, I

I A RECORD-BREAKING EDITIONToday's : and l 100 feet on the lake tilde of the We
safety.
- ( railroad which the city did not pur- pay you.
i edition our C -opNJl'e 1
of I fhn"c for water front devplopmenl.//
Booster section sets a number ,
We do with Mr. *
agree
new records. It contains!! by far more
'lone of his statements, namely, thit
boosting
and I
information facts figures ,
"our people Jire 1
material than was ever 'ontajlJ.1in
: I fnrt in the rnsp." I II' Merchants and Farmers BankOF
any newspaper published in Oscc- "
ola County.It Ii Again, in :.Mr. W'illson1* sixth paragraph Gifts That Last

I' ; he refers to "gi\inp! the railroad
represents within it* pages overninety KISSIMMEE
and 300 fcet." Again let us pet: itstraightthe '.
per cent of the business '
professional interests of Klqsimm..e.The : city had not given any I'i I
300 feet, it was not the city's to give, I
of editionof
task Rettingout an
the could if it had .
city not give u - --
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this character in a country office | . -
been. They simply bought from the<< I- -
means much more than appears to II
ruilrrnJ] everything the I lake side i I -
the casual observer. Fact K it would on
of the right of a 100 foot I j I S :('ONI. HAND (noon. bought sold
way except
have been impossible to do without I II I std! r'pnllt. Tin Casino. 44-lf
extra help in our composing room. strip, which the railroad owns, aid i I Select Xmas Goods HereTo

i did own. This 100 feet, plus the 200 KoH HAl.K. Par Kfln.. furnished I
This we jrot.Furthe Kooijis, and. N I feet of their! right of is the 300 j ri-nta I'srh ..
'he cost of producing: the way At The <)u> itt> <>rrlce.iv.'ili .
feet which !Mr. I -.
to Willson refers.
I
I number 'n excess of the reiru- in his ( I HI'YS Klnil.mini p horn.- on KliulIHN I describe the goods we carry would be a heavy :
Again next he
paragraph I
lar lust .age and that due to the : dverfiFOR I nnue.. black off MtM'itl .1'%
refers to "spiling\ all right and title] : lottt. KiiraKi* and K'">"l lithe 3-rf>orn"
; numer half-tone illustrations, j house. task and would
2 .port h 'n Ijirtt* gltpeelnr| I occupy much space. They can only
quality of paper and ink. and clovihg the street. The city has I .""rap'!'n. urn rages.. a\orHenl'g I and

The Gazette, however feels proud of not the title, and could not cell it if I guOd.JI..r l iiiKlltlun fruit and owner.shruhln-rv Slut nil 142 In. I he in part enumerated-but to appreciate the beauty -

it did have and it certainly has not t I.IIIIKH inul,. KM, til-41" '
; the issue, but takes a greater" delight

I' in working for the upbuilding of this done so. If, as Mr. Willson says n : SALE K< 'It M.11.1-tne: '- lot- .-:--;..-T -In- --lloli...-.elftiMlttiin -| and l excellence)] a visit to f our store is necessary.We .
had done so and it i it illegal J. then it locntiit
on gaud
most favored section. We believe in pMVfdMir.
I bee Mr"lark ... .
Kt iUI.K 1'11.
no. cheap ,
would be I If inifirHl* it .pit. INV .
void < write C
Kissimmee and Osceola' County. -so why all the fuss M 1 \ (- 216 WronnHt ll'KoK ,. II Killi, sinner Ilititlltl. KniinnH are showing a variety of
As to I - -- - --- --- - -
Our Booster Number, while good Darlington avenue' being: the Z-fitc
M.KChiap.. 10 acne.. hag h __
all jmpo.tant
could have been better. We did our approach to the park I proof (/r.n..d. 6 under cultivation. bIn I'1..,J-: '-rOOm' twO'Ufiry on. l
best and the furnished when finished that is. of <,course amat..r pasture, five roomi-d cotlaKe.plasiercd btu k of lniKlneNN miMlon.. nor. locu '
support we pot! -
lion All .
deep well garage pi.uilr tonv.nltnrrH Iti '
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of >)* r A
the means of doing the work. opinion. The commissioners ) houmn.. nil new Just oiilfil* of Tutuni <>\.r State Bank HUIsr

have stated their plans of park- -- - -- 5I-4K
The issue is Fine Howard
designed: to set before -- --- .. and Elgin WatchesAnd
ing the acquired area with a lake. K the readers some of the worth-while <'..yt nn- varlet). 10 .-' its apleci'Sh FOR EXCHANGE
t things about the city and county. Were bore drive connecting Posseil and ..Ktr Colony. St. Cloud. Kla 1-4IK -Kort-' --TILt1)10-Sev.n- -- ----morn- -south-". -_of

proud to say that in this worthy Ruby avenues. Knirtes' city wo have a 60) sore grove Wrist
ambition the issue succeeded With reference to the "freight cars city! limits, with fruits, banana' for Will exchange for like due In Watches Elegant in Design and Finish.
l ; thoughwe family, bar*. chicken?garden tools; Florida ('at tie. Address:. John Tter
are equally frank in admittingthat so close to Broadway Mr. WiHson'a some household furniture and other Hox XI Tampa Florida. Gi-3tx We
implications again b mislead Item Call. Address: VI' J S. Jump. ---- are showing some charming.Richelieu .
it fails tell may *
to fully the wonder-I 1'incdale. Klesimmee. KU. Sl- tc FOR RENT
fully fine story as it might be told. ing. The agreement made by the

We did. our best with the means we railroad as explained in last week'sGaiette. FoR. KAL.E Hlx-room 2-story house FOR RKNT!: -Two comfortably tur-
lh bath and toilet; lot 120x176.: nliihed/ J-room
in an effort "to give the pea fruit trees.. oranges, irrapefrutt.peaches. bath and apartmrntx.modern with private
eonvenlencee.
had.We could not fail to credit our ple the facts," will give the railroad Mabbette. Kuavaa.street. etc.Price; located furnished..OI Iv. IHarris.. Oasette ornce. 4J-lf

many good friends for their fine sup not one inch more ground than they 3.pOO( .See1.. Cosner. Owner onpremises. PearlsIn

port. Practically every man and have now, in reality
woman who was asked to sid us did fifteen acres less than they' have now, FOR RALK-Cheap, one pair largemules ---To swap: A Jersey cow and

f so, splendidly, effectively, patriotically and gives them no power of laying street., or will sell one. U. W. 5I-tfc Over- heifer\ pay for the an difference automobile or or let truck.MII you. Strings) of 24 inches and in 16-inch Strings

unselfishly and wtt wish to tracks that they do not possess now. pay difrr" ne.. Address: L. R.
FOR Squires, .
J HALE-Llttl. Buick Six automobile KIsKlmmee. Fla. Phone It
thank and commend them. It proves I The statement that "if the city with 4 food tires, new battery HtfcWANTKH
government can close the streets original paint; Rood running condi
I" toe fact mat go-
nissiminee people are tlOIU O.OO cash. Writ Box e6.
-A few
loyal to their city and are willing to Ing to the lake they can close the Kissimmee. board. 322 Church young street.m.n for I4ts1VANTEOMderaie table A

five and serve the community to the streets going to the court house" is Variety of Diamond and Bar Pins
FOR RALB-Oolnir business. concern; 2 ,. priced, building
best of their ability. Without thin probably true. As a'matter of fact Story brick corner building with IS lot. Will pay cash. Fenn. 117 Mab-

'!splendid co-operation Booster they can not do either, permanently. room hotel In operation. ; Store on 1, belie street. IItsWANTl In CUT
our main floor doing cood business; lot I GLASS and HAND-PAINTED CHINA we ,
Ii Number would. not have been possiJW There are some sovereign rights 7S by 160; ran sell at a barraln. Responsible man or wom-
.. We which a city or RB-3TAUKANT doing rood business. an In each community In South FlorIda -
a sincerely county or state
hope that the issue first class) In every particular, be.t tntaka subscriptions orders for are. showing some pretty designs.
,1 .. will please and be of great bene- cannot sell or give /away. One of location In town. See J. McPhfttter The Tampa, Daily Times Liberal *
'fit. these is the right of eminent domain Klulmme-e. 47-tfo commission dress Circulation; all or Dept spare. time. Ad ,
Tampa Dal
As newspaper men, we fully appreciate Darlington avenue cannot be closed FOR SALE--Fine Broadway property ly Times. Tampa. Florida. l-4tx \ '

the fart that we are not perfect by the city beyond the right of any Large containing sleeping| :room.porch.with Modern.furniture.Lot WANTED A RELIABLE WOMAN, Broaches, Rings, Belt Buckles, Gold' Knives, and .
succeeding commission 61x110. Three fclocke: from poetofnce who desires' make : .
money
and further know that perfect to open it Flowing well showing spare time
fruit samples
.people do not populate this mundane again if it becomes necessary for the shads ') horn.. A. Ros-era.0.and, flO Broad line bloomers, steplns take order References.unique : Chains, Fountain Pens,. and Pencils Form Gifts

"1 sphere. Please be tolerant if you public good. It is, however, a mat- way Kissimmee. Florida. 4t-ltx Mass.I'anelon Underwear Co. Melrose ,

d,, } find any defects in oar Booster Number. ter of keeping; faith with the railroad FOR BALE)-Fine residence property. Its Pretty' and not Expensive.A .
Apply at th. Basic A
office
of The Valley SMALL BANAftA
until such' time PLANTA
We as the
thank you. opening street Oasette. Klselmmee. S-tf TION IN TOWN
shall become a FOR KALB-One solid
necessity. It should Mock of five
TIlE FOR BALE-Banana plants, lady Inner lots. 20lx2SO: feet South
DARLINGTON Klimlmmee.
AVENUE i>e remembered that the street neverhas variety It cents each. W. B. Harris. near big ditch
', QUESTION been opened. Under the excellent FOR SALK ..soil suitable. for mostly banana rich culture.black. nice line of Sterling and Sheffield Silver.

j'j Elsewhere in this issue is printed arrangement made by the been occupied--Six except room by house never your Eighteen home Inch and fall to ditch. Build
commissioners owner as grow your fruit I'rlce
1 communication from Mr. .. M. with the railroad it remains floor winter, t home fireplace;; .hardwood 4 chimney.double, llv- reiuinnable Apply Valley Uaiette. If These are but. a few of the many attractive goods

(a. VUlson, setting forth his views regarding exactly: as it is, and as it always lag room tlx4 ft.: other rooms In LASTLOSTStar
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\ the arrangements made by has been proportion; servants. toll.t., room now on display, and the careful buyer will place or-
.:t? and as it always will'1 for garage; 4 full bearing orange
[the city commissioners to get the I be \if the city does not trees; 1 grapefruit: hedge; (lowering shaped broach, set with
J.., J water t front lands and with of the get possession vines, shrubs, shade. trees; plasxan. sake.many trarneta.Kinder Valuable ai a keep ders at the earliest moment to avoid any disappointment -
. .' proceed water front lands. on three sides; large sleeping; porch return to owner Mrs.
f the water front development. Mr.WilUon's We are the situated/ an Dixie Highway, a wide Frlpp. and receive rem-ard. xLOST
t I',. \ views of sorry writer includedthe paved street, on corner tf(x 0. -Larg-e at a later date. We feel sure that in every case
course, are not paragraph about the commission roesecslon' at onoe. Price 4100. Alligator( pocket book. ,
f..;;. the views of The Gazette and we be- noon. Finder return to '
lien "very much aggrieved that tat.. Xlselmmee, Kla. 0-4tc olljKskew.. at Fair Grounds, or we can satisfy each prospective buyer and.we shall
they are not the views of 90) percent their generous actions" et cetera. notify Gazette office. Ix ,

of the people of Kissimmee. Bellmnc. The Gazette believes that the present be pleased, even if you are not intending to make a

however, that whenever dif- city commissioners are working for

should ferences have of opinion exist, both sides the best interests of the community. READ AND THEN CONSIDER purchase, to have you come in and inspect our fine

opportunity of being It further believes that 90 percent of \

'f heard Some, Mr.of Willson's letter II printed. the people know this to be true and THAT IT IS A VERY GOOD POLICY TO BUY THE BEST stock. We know that if you do this you will tell
Mr. Willion's FEEDS
statements that this same 'percentage endorses AT LESS MONEY. YOU
I.
t.: we believe are misleading. He also their action in this case. And The FIVE CENTS PER BAG CAN ON SAVE ALL FROM TEN TO TWENTY- your many friends of the excellence of our stock and '

. :; y asks some direct questions. The Ga.I Gazette In FEEDS BOUGHT HERE.
owns
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I;. tette therefore while property on Darlington] order to make room for a car arriving r this week I am offering the medium prices at which
answering his avenue, also. Old Beck and Happy Chop feeds at the low we are selling-and this'will
l' queries, offers a few comment on the One other per hundred. Get figure of $2.65 and 12.65
point, while it has nothing your sweet feeds now.
f'':,' situation in the hope that any misunderstanding to do with the present question- Oats, Diamond J. help us and help Kissimmee.

I. of ------ ____ _12.40
facts ---
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be
may clear should be understood, lest it Corn, Diamond J. .______ ___ --
ed up and the progressive also shorts ____________ 2.65
in program cause confusion. The writer of the .---___-__"""________-_______ 2.60
which Wheat
Kissimmee is now engagedmay letter refers to the election which Bran --------- ---..___._____________________ 2.75
go forward in harmony. _. .______
was called to let the -- -- 2.40
> decide R. C. Mash "
"Have given people if (Just/ try this)._______
you the citizens of they wanted R. : _______ 4.2S
to divert C. L.
::
the SEE
bulkhead ._ THE
SPECIAL
our town the full information catch ----- ---- ". 3.35 PRICESIN
regarding money to street paving. He Bile U. _____ ___ '
,, the Commissioners' deal says Happy lien --- --___--____" 265
with the this Scratch
) same thing might be done ------u__ ->'QO
j; officers of the railroad company?" !school! building bond also. with Happy Cow Seet .. .-.-_._.___ j'25 OUR DISPLAY WINDOWS
asks Mr. Will money We King B. Dairy ._ --
lion. We
believe .__.III.I
we believe he is correct. In 2.75

have. When the, story was first published case it was necessary' to have the a other special I A complete line of feeds for Stock Dairy Cattle and Poultry awaits THROUGH ALL NEXT WEEK
we admit had
we not heard of act of the l legislature<< your orders
pasted and
,the agreement to let
Darlington avenue then to submit the CASH
r stay closed. It was possibly two Voters. question to the FEED COMPANY
Any transfer
of funds
weeks after that when we did heart be could Hear of Waters &
made Carson's
we believe in Grocery
l., .of it. We asked about it and several The the same way. Building PHO.NK 12

\\L'people__ had.. heard it. The. commisI wish people with their may vote to do what they ": : ; = : ; ; ; ;; .. -. -

,.,onen an verinea it. Jt became money. : : = We' Wish You All The Compliments

common knowledge. Until two, weeks THE BOOSTER NUMBER EDITOR Beautiful Yard Splendid of The Season

,ago not the slightest objection was ft"u of the people of this com- Nrfthbortood

(heard to the arrangement munity have become acquainted with LET ME SHOW YOU
by
any the

J t: importance;personally member of;,, considered The Gazette. of staff.so little We Gates which editor, of is Los issued of Angeles the toda Booster,y.'is'-l JI.newspaper Number Devore "AN IDEAL HOME" WE. SANDERSON '

that man from &
we gave It no second California and other CO
thought; points, who 4 Block 3 :
not even considering it chancing to b? spending Blocks from Business Section
7, ..worth,-mentioning-. the winter in Florida, was
THE
We secured
still look at The by PRICE WILLL SUIT ,
Gazette YOU
; to make the ,
Jt la'that light. When booster edi- :
r it comes to a tion. He has been JEWELERS
Vjneitlon: of leaving worker and an indefatigable Sam AND OPTOMETRISTS / R
Darlington ave. has brought a contagious L. Lupfer .. '
t .Mme as It, always ha$ teen""with a enthusiasm to his Job. His ha. been ;,. /

.., ---ltaJ"lak..fro'-'t..r and ij''Bother ever the responsibility*! and his Iar what- Ideal Location I 26 Broadway
,'11 may be due. a-Rooltl House Kissimhiee
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE: FRIDAY, 'DECEMBER 14. i23'p! (, __ 'II' .h.fB j

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N FAMOUS ,CORNET bUm IST .

: .. WILL PLAY WITH BAND ._ 'f
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Kissimmee is fortunate this winterin
having among its (visitors Mr. and
Mn. James,, P.' Locke. Mr. Locke Is B.
the original 'cornet iduetist" and, he : F UI S ,
peal Happenings plays two cornet. at the same time in aIS
1 such a manner that the famous conductor
Thomas after him
__ __or_,..u said "I don't see that its hearing ant better I :
than two men could do." .,/ ''''" i
S- Fruits of all Una's at CORNER ..4444444444044444s Mr. Locke has delighted local band : : ,' '' 9 1'of
Phone 36. 82tfcShaves. .. r
GROCERY. players and visitors at their rehear
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: .WEATHER REPORT, J sals, and will appear in due numbers "]:;; .' ,
85c children
15c; haircuts, ; '
with himself at the concert a week :
25c: at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf 4 Official ,Bulletin of dally tern.perature ... from next Sunday afternoon. Mr. ,. .,_ : ;

Born: To Mr. and Mrs G. F., 4 0 and precipitations fur.' Locke is 69 years old, but if you don't 1.',.; I., ., ' .
Dished by the Kissimmee Cooperative 4 : ,
believe, it don't tell anybody' who told < :
Brooks, Nov. 27. 1923, a daughter,
1 on 4 '
\ U. S. ,Weather Bureau 0 you. '. ( '
Marjone. 4 Station for the week. ending _ ,

Two blocks and 3 room house,good 40 Thursday, December IJj:- CANDI MEETING SUNDAYAT i'" ,
well soft water, $500./ Real bargain 4 4 eMMfcB "4 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. l i I Ia :
Date Max. Min.Prco. 4 -
Nelson Realty .Company.--- 4 Friday, Dec 7--..70 40. .00 00 An unusual service. will be that of
East front modern 6-room house, 4 Saturday Dec 877 39 .00 4i.the B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist
near court house, only $2250. Great. j 4 Sunday, Dec 9-81 48 .00 ,church next Sunday evening when
est in town. Nelson ReaHv 4. Monday, Dec 10.80 60 .00 the young people. will conduct a "can. (
Company.snap I 4 Tuesday, Dec 11..81 54 .00 .1 die meeting." There will be no lightsin I
_____ 0 Wednesday, Dec 12.78 5fr .00 the church, and everyone :will be
Rev S. I. Smith and 'Rev. Walter !4 Thursday, Dec 13..83 56 .00 given a candle when entering, which L 7
pr: Knight attended the Florida Baptist 00 Readings are made.: 6:00: p.-* will be lighted at that time. Howard
tale ronvention at DeLand.,I 4 m. for the preceding twenty-four Tuesday and Wednesday of this 0 hours.. arrangements have been made where "
week. 00 ALLISON T. FRENCH 00 by there need be no fear of candle
_- 0 Co-operative Observer grease damage. The young )peopleare Studio"V:
A sensible Christmas gift-a New 000404440 004004V4. studying the short books of the
York Life Insurance policy. Sam L. new testament and Sunday night's
Lupfer sells them. 51-Stc Eat at Dupont's Cafe. tf subject will be the Book of Jude;

For fresh vegetables call CORNER Services are at'0:30 p. m.
What hall I (five him for Christ.
Rev. Knight will the
mae A New York Life Insurance GROCERY. Phone 86. 62-tfc preach at
mornin service at 11 upon the subject -
Sam L. Lupfer, agent. 61-31C
policy. - -- Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd lIt"t.I "Things Above." Ills theme- r
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Faulkner and I linger, of St. Cloud, a son, Floyd C. the 7:30 evening service willxt THIS BEAUTIFUL
five children were in Kissimmee from Jr., on Saturday, December 8. Mra.1"Voices of History; or, What They
Umatilla, Sunday visiting Mrs.I IFaulknrr'H Hettinger was formerly Miss Margaret sayat the Last Great Divide." i

'I parents Mr. and Mrs. S. Kenton, of this city.
CIVIC ANn BK4.1TTIFICATION as well as all other
A.
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Rogue ____ JHol J Oh. joy! Let of Xmas presents for DEPARTMENTS MEET MONDAYMrs. >> /
<-pronf hosiery are the best. the boy SHOE MEN'S SHOP. *
A. T. Morrison, chairman of inimitable
Getm at McCAULEY'S.C
j Splendid 20 acre land; finest chicken the civic and beautification depart
Start the boy right.: Buy him a farm; some bearing orange trees; ment .of the Kissimm Wom"n'n
New York Life Insurance policy for small buildings., $900. Terms Nelson Club, has called a meeting of these may be purchased
ChrUlmax. See Sam L. Lupfer. Realty Company. departments for next 'Monday night,
61-StC I December IT, at the Chapter House; convenient of
terms I
J. 11. Reese, formerly! editor of at 7:30 o'clock. :
Mr. and Mm. Chas. L. Gaylord'and' The Gazette, has been in Kisftimmee II The meeting is for the purpose of.
Mrs. Agnes Snow arrived last week this week visiting his mother, Mrs. discussing buying the palms for the ,
from Millford. Conn., and have rented Emrmr Reese, and his sister: Mrs. proposed; : beautification areas, and it I IWilder's 1
James M. Johnston. .. .. . I Complete Stock of I
a cottage on Royal street, for the tli T a *-" nr er of the
winter. city government will, address the au
-- If you want to buy sell or 'rent, dience. Miss Jean Caldwell is
Big lot fancy bed room slippers, home or farm, see Stanford, over data. Everyone preparing is ,
necessary
men'., women' and children, $1.00 up* Bank of Osceola, Room' No. 17. |I cordially invited to attend this meet. ;
at SHOE A MEN HOP. i, ing. I
If you want toby, sell or rent,
Star Brand Shoes are all solid home or farm, see Stanford, overBank PERSONS S Y8 IT 0
!leather. Lots of new styles at Mc of Osceola, Room No. 17. PAYS ADVERTISE ,
CAULEY'S.MI. I "
'j' Mr. and Mrs. George A. Fenn, and George 'W. p;- .;;; wore a broid
Clyo Salette haw recently baby George Jr., .have arrived in smile at his Dollar Limit Store last
moved to KUsimmc from Stewart to Klsaimmee from. Sprint-field, :Mass., Monday morning. It wee the occasion .
take a course in the Kissimmee I and have rented the J. W. Trammell
when h. had advertised a OLIVER P. TAW DECEASEDIt
special I
School of Stenography. She Is Ihr- home at 217 Mabbette for the winter. ,price on pinirhams. The store
!I..-> pith her ""rnHnarents, Mr. and with much surprise andgreat '
was
Mra. GeorgeAalons.. I kerchiefs Extra ,good at McCAULEY'S.values in ladies hand-. everybody was crowded.was crowded It was immed.into the front Most shock that the news of the Shop Early: While .Our"

Boy KIM a belt with hla initial on half of the store where the gingham death of O. P. Taw spread over the (

the buckle, at SHOE A MEN'S SHOP. If you want to buy, sell or rent, counter usually .la. At the time appointed city last Sunday night.
,home or farm, see Stanford, Over to cut the goods Mr. Persona At the close of a day during which '
Partiea having books belonging to Bank of Oaceola, Room No. 17. rave the word. 'The cutting was do-e time there had been sweet communion Stock Is Complete' j''
Mrs. Frlpp. plea.e return them Jtne --- in the back of the store. Like a solid and much pleasure with his fam. l
)....!..', "PriHn and Preludice: ," Dumas The school lunch room appreciate' mass several hundred women movedto ily, Mr. Taw, feeling some physical
"Count of Monte Crlsto." Vol II.BUdtmore's contributions in fine lettuce and other the bark of the store while more discomfort, lay down to rest. At We still 1 have a full line.of the followinggoods', r >]' y
"Lorns Doone," Mark 'r"-t Twain, and other especially wanted E. Lupftr, Mrs. I... H. Inrrsnt, Mrs.J. still more broadly. Then he said, dearment to his wife and entered a Automatic Pencils, each, , . . . .,.,..;, .lOc to $3.50 ,;
Z. Roberson, and Mrs. R. J. Den "111 it to advertise," state of coma. At 6:45 the. pulse
immediately. ning. say ---pays- ---- ceased to beat--the spirit had'Joined Fountain Pens, each. . . . ; . .$1.50td, $6.5Qi J yChildren's

Hats, caps, ties, collars, j HARDIN" "MEMR1AT, VLTNI\ ) the immortals. Books each. . . . . .x-.Sc :.to;$3:00j: #
bets rei.e .
handkerchiefs and ; lots of useful ear. lowest at :McCAULEY'SDRYGOODS. GETS UNDER WAY HERE Mr. Taw was born in 1851, in Reading ; ,4, |

rifts, at the SHOE A MEN'S England"He was reared i in a hcme. Latest Fiction Books at Current'Prices; \.il b
This is the
,SHOP. -- week for Contributions pf culture and education. His parents .,

last Winninesaukea Tea Room o..n..d to the Harding Memorial fund. Mrs. were Quakers. Me was educated'! Reprints, each . ... . . .,. . ...... -"n.I.r, k < ./?., ?75c t 5 5Florida
Wednesday. Next Wells RafA
Dixie .I Highway farms close to A. T. Morrison, county chairman, has in Quaker schools and early became a"

town. Come let u.' show you. 'Any Shop. Orlando road. appointed M. D. ''Alexander ehairmnn member of that society,' Mr..Taw's, : Souvenirs,, ..%*.*. 4 . . ...- .. ; e.. ; \.25c Uff
n\Uftber; (If.acre. from 8 to 40 per Thomas for Kissimmee. Postmaster' Miss life was an' exemplification: of the: :
tract. Nelson Realty Company, Mrs.Mr. Proctor's and Mm.! mother, Proctor Mr.' .Wood, and Rhea'' Pherlr" was the first donor to doctrines of Quakers .in which'are,'! 'I Something: for every ,member of the rfa -tit ?

Sp.nih War Veterans Frederic. man, arrived In. KIII imme this week the fund letter with from a the tl 5, subscription.A state chairman. of stressed life, peace upright with conduct all men simplicity andthe.)\ ,I Bowls, Trays, Alligator' Goods. See; the,;Alrrnadulo'i

'Stevens. E. M. Albertson of Saint from Longbranch, New Jersey, and fairs. that Florida expects to raise! '
of the principles of religion . Leather1
,Clod, and J. H. Brat, of Kts'immee have rented the Pilley residence on $50,000. An engraved certificate of application' to practical I affairs' ) ,' Baskets, Cook's Guaranteed [Goods. JHol lR
all in charge of Sergeant John A. Bryan street for the winter. membership in the Memorial Boxed )
.-- Harding In 1879 Mr. Taw came to the Unit t man, Scofield and Oxford Bibles, Paper ,
McCarthy I left for Sanford Thursday Association will\ be given
to
every ed States. For thirty-seven he
for a meeting of the Spanish war vet CA ISO'R OPENING WAS donor of years colors and Chirstmas |
GREETED WITH GOOD HOl'SK $1.00 or more. was auditor for Parks and Telford.I i \ prices. q tVs.d. | .
erans. - -- -- -
of New York city. Four years, ago,. Enclosure '
-- -- CHRISTMAS" TRfc'F CONTRIBITB- Ic Tissue. Paper Seals Cord and |
Delicious lunch served at Wlnnipe- "Omar, the Tent Mak.-.r," whichwas tTTORS ATTENTION ASKED with Mrs. Taw, he came to Kiss mee up. ;: ; '
Mukee Tea Room. Next Wells' RafAa the offering for the opening under to spend a vacation. i4 <#i It} .Cards. Christmas 'Tree Decorations ;and'Ca'; ridles5r
Shop Orlando road. the Casino's new manager "' .m.B. Mr. G. T. Sitter, chairman of contributions The climate'. of Florida and .th.
Small, last Monday night was for the municipal Christmas features of Kissimmee appealed :to Dolls and Toys for Girlsland'' Keys.# M
Wlnnipenaukee Tea Room opened greeted with a full houv and appredattiye te... de.;iren that heads of or- Mr. and Mrs. Taw,"and he immediate--, '
'last Wednesday.. Next Wells' Raffia audience.: Miss Patty Makinson e-anN ticn>, clubs societies and fraternities lv retired from'\ .the business ,i with
)'''Shop. Orlando road. s vocal solos were very much en- phrase notify her as Boon asIwaesible which he"had ,been,so long associated' Wcnner-Sawycr1 Cot <%*fl:i
Y toyed as was the orchestra music, bv whit their respective organizations in New York.He'came back to Kis vV
S. R. Chapman reports the pale of Mr. Small. Mrs Elam M-a. Borrtwick, will contribute. Please notify simmee where a home was purchased'for 114 BroadwayFr l if"t-" t \
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'the Julius Smith property on Penn- Mr. Shrlglev, and Mr. Crum. Mrs. Sigler early possible. a oermanent' residence. ;\\ 5f": .i
'>!'fieW avenue to Miss Mary Cerell y. Mr. Small's addition of this orchestra - Mr. Taw endeared himself to''''.l1Y, . ., "? ......f"t.....,.-.vt 6a ... ,
\. f.-Canada.. MUn Cerelley, has spent for his special offerings seems to DR. nnpVq KFR RKCFPTION people here. He Won a place In the:
,
Elva winters In Florida and two summers have struck a popular chord In music TUESDAY AT GRAYSTONE affection of all his associate,',, /As J .'ir
( and Mr. Chapman says she quiet as he was genial, sympathetic,
loving Kissimmee, and the hope has '
thinks property prices are more ress-" been expressed that this policy will EVeryone is invited to- attend the genuine-cultured a friend to'chil I a son; J. L. Taw -of lovelock Pennsylvania . beautiful flowers, :'reste5 .iftl.1 :';t'
;enable and opportunities greater In be continued in his future reception fr Dr. end Mrs. Hornbsk- dren companionable to the aged, his ; a sister, Mrs. Hoppin, of of palms. A quartette 'iBock-ofAges.
tkKbaimmee. than In any other place Small announces Cobum's programs.Mr. Min er new pastor of the First Christian life was a testimony to the characteristic Park Ridge, New Jersey; and relatives ." pro W. .H. .Drench. tea the n
'ef the state. -t els at the Casino for Jaajary 8. church ard Ms wife, to he given at of his religious traditions. He, --the F. W. Hill family, of Nar- Presb'terian'cburch;' 'donducted \bed8Toto'nal
'
-- the Grayston hotel next Tuesday was keenly interested in cvicaffairs cooaaee.I' services 'which I werein
Belt buckles and handkerchiefswith night, December 18. ; with her close, with the mod. \
NOTICE ____ of Kissimmee, the school children, Mrs. Taw, aped mother, sympathy simple
initials; extra leathers for belts. and especially the Boy Scouts have I'Mrs. Rengel, have the 'love est character for. whom the hOWlehold ..
'.Ties, hosierv. pajamas" etc. SHOE To Whom It Mav Concern: TONIGHT 8T RTS lost a valued friend and Kissimmeeone and sympathy of many people. mourned. ,.rk: ". '
4 .A (lEN'S SHOP. Notice is hereby ,-iv-,n that I will BOYS' BASKETBALLCnntinuwl of its interested and helpful Funeral services were held in the Interment was made tin, .Rose i ll1eemetel" ;
-- not responsible- for any debts or"ontrfts ---- home Pcmseil Tuesday, under the direction
sonalities. per-j I on avenue J.'tW..
attractive (
Miss Ruth Thompson, from Pago 'One)
made wife "
by my Mary '
Mr. Taw's death bereaves a 10:30 a. m. The casket covered with Thompson. ;
secretary of Religious and Mlssionsry Jane Brown. would net he allowed to plav on te r...
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Education for the southeastern district 0-4tx WILLIAM R. BROWN. team b.>cau..p of the B,..iociation -- -- ----- ...
of the Christian church, was in rules, but who came out regularly anri _ 'I >
Kiasimmee Tuesday afternoon and NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS "di,,! their bit." are: John Sanderson, J
Wednesday morning on a tour of the John Wines, Di"i' !MaVinnon: Murray ;
Christian churches of Florida. Tuesday The city will sell the oh of hulk- Tanner, and F. S. Ledhctter.
afternoon she addressed the headinabout 700 f..et.of lake front. A review of the football -reason :
CIRCULATING THE
teachers of the local church and oth- For plans, estimates, and specifications would he incomplete without appreciative DO YOUR BIT TOWARD
rm interested in church school work. see! city: msnsger. mention of the service ren ,
Her mission in Florida is stimulating B. B. D017GHTEN. deredby Marion Carson ahd K. M. '

church school activities through inspirational ( sty Manager. Hcph"il.! Both the men gave Rene BOOSTER EDITION OF THE: GAZETTE
addresses. --- erognly of their time in assisting
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD: Conch Row...... Both also at times its
Delicious lunch nerved at Winnipe- I am still prepared to furnish my undertook the extremely unpopular a
saukee Tea Room. Next Wells' Raffia customers with 120 veneer blocks {fob of referee, and both did good and 4 ( .i,
Shop, Orlando road. 15-inch delivered. for $3.15; 12-Inch honest work in that capacity. The

Gordon Bullock arrived In Kissim- blocks, $2.95. Split for stove-wood, services of these gentlemen are appreciated -
guaranteed full strand: 16-inch for ; by the students and by the
with m- last his parents.week\ to Mr.spend and a Mrs.few S.days H. $t5; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your public at large who realize the importance After you have finished reading your copy of the
winter's supply now. All delivered. of clean school athletics.
Bullock. lie left his room in Georgia

Tech was going with to the walk announcement to Kisslmmee that, and he Phone 91. J. Benin. 48tit1OTICE I i HOME MADE CANDY SALE Booster Edition wrap and trail it to some friend or rel- ;*

picket up rides all the way home. He Home made candy of all kinds, '
U a Freshman Co-op at Tech and Is 8TATW OHCKOI.A.OF FLORIDA. COUNTY OF sutfTed dates, candied grapefruit neel.tc. ative. Or better, still, buy a half-dozen copies (ten cents '
pledged to Delta Sigma Phi. He ,
To all creditors of O. M. Taylor. KlsImrnr > > ., will be sold by the Ladies Aid of
played on the Freshman team in all *. Fl.., an0 all whom It may the Christian church, Saturday p. m., '

written but two up games as the this star year of,the and Pied was concern You am: hereby n"/I. that O. M December 15, and Saturday p.,m., December the copy) and send: to those you think might be interested \
Kate's
Taylor of the City of Kl..lmm did 22. at corner. t4 \ t
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game Leave orders for special Christmas
on th nth-day of November IMS. "
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,the throw tnvhdown" He was rlt. make tin Milsrnmtnt to the Adjustment boxes. with Mrs. Lillian Deyoreo, atICat. in Osceola County; T;t
,:'cently Initiated Into the Co-op Club, Bureau. Tampa Association of .'. store "V -t.{t
'being of -three Freshmen ad- ,Credit Men, Inc., for ;th. bneftt of % ..
one only creditors, and all creditor of, said O. Editioi '
:Imitted. He is president of the Freshman M. Taylor are hereby culfid '''upon toni NEXT MEETING FINE ,ARTS This; is quite thoroughly ,renresentafiyepfTthe;; if 1district ]
The is atat.mpfttll of their claimsAdju.tm.ntdBure.uu JANUARY 22 ,
.Co-ops. present period sworn DEPARTMENT . j
his' assignment for practical Work Taylor with uld Oi.. " : )* t A fi .JMJ&,. '
.and the company where he hi assign. tlon of Credit Monv,within Tampa sixty l asocla days> The next,;meeting; the fine arts today l f' ;r :*" ** % k'; <* A J' :. jj : %

dclosed down for a few weeks, thusHomo. from Friday. November SSrd. KM. If department of the Kissimmee Worn- "...,. .M ,,r ;
.rki".tf Pl.",th._ nne ?t..lt' to, ..:,.. creditors reside. within the Stat: and en's Club ; _ : <, \'r s'rWyWM -' )j4 .
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then claims mUllt'h. II .. ""nhln'four . .vy M ifM1. .
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!;MUSIC-EXPRESSION POSTPONED! TILL NEXT RECITAL FRIDAY --
AGRICULTURAL POINTERS I, TT
I 'The joint of the high school -
music department under Miss Myr- I j
COUNTY AOENT. tilla F. and the expression department jI
J. K. OL'NN
under Miss Margaret Stanford
? Now is the time to begin fitting i, which was announced last, week I
''In the nigh School Gazette for tonight \
planting
land in shape for spring ; '
.. your;. Break your land and keep it ;i'I has been postponed one'' week, ,'? ::.: nanooanhualrtrntiiillliii: : ; ; ??.. : ? (....; .! +stria., t 'j ktA'fi
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harrowed well, in order that the vegetable I until Friday, December 21. '. hrurlil ri,..,,. d:rr!s4:? .!Eii4ii Ic''i=t.r.! iil? : ..!...: ..... iii:7! ?: r 1 ,i ;I i Ilu(( d.
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will have time to decay .. : =! : ,7tEiFiE....?...?.?...... ?.r.Eu : : ?: : :a.l: ,:.l t = (
matter I '. steel 7 Irat Eel rdir r i;i.3a r : i=:r..r:.. 7 ::.:.........!:er.:a..r.L.r: rnlr.1.:' ,.:.:::ar.a .::.:.u.:=;wr.I.r; at t l: ,. 1:.i..a;I it 'I; i : i I
well before the crop ii planted. CHICKEN PIE LUNCHEON AT .'., ctE! .:E..,... a.U' ? ?? ? :?.: i E, .??.r..:...?=.:.:... ini t a::?IEli?.. :u., .... ?:'arr I rlt.J ilkiI Jut. .
Now that we have had a little rainI' HOUSK SATURDAY ct.tt: ,'.iIEEEr1? : ::i u ,%.:.:4.t... .. ...,.,,..:;: r: tr. ,........:.....t rr..Ertaia.a: rnt.7: ; ; ;= ..t .E4 t I I Ir'
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we had better try to get our vegetables 9iI 2 t!=i ;: =!?iEanti? :aliii; ::1 uE: ii 7. l u-, ni =il; t
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fertilized againin fa 7 t !}
and strawberries check in the i The annual .bazaar .of Saint John's .. :7!: :: ;.:.ni.i: E4;=!;!! .' 'r.7.a t s r Ei4fiitiiiE.r 1! ?: yI ti E : t.n iii:.ii'. ::y. 1
order to avoid a take today and tomorrow s
will place
Guild iiii
of them. Apply {I srrirFr.ii!! =:liEi4E4i! iiii:'I' iii l= I
growth and fruiting at the Saint John's Parish t .il,. : lui: I Ioti1lii i f.
the fertilizer 8 to 10 inches from the Saturday noon a three !ttl=ia :zii4 t. E5 a i: ? =':a I4; '
house! On t:7. :: ?::1: ii8 r51 ? i uriiiiin
plant and cover it very lightly to '1 course chicken pie luncheon will be =iiiiii! ?l:7;: iiirr :?t:1...: ., i7..,., r....,:, H :, r ../. 1,
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avoid inuring the roots of the plantstoo j served, and the ladies of the Guild ::tr:: :.1iy a I
the work yourself, I expect crowded tables. They will 1;" : !' iy i 3 ii.1!?riEii? =Eiiiiii! ; P y y 11 ,.4:, ,
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Unless you effort to give prompt ,, ? : ,, r
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every :
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or have someone yqu can absolutely service so that business men may :: :;Iii iE E.liii? ??! iii iilii!! ;au.:.' .+ "
depend .on keep the spike tooth harrow patronize them at the least pose'ble
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out of truck crops that are t. : : 1o.
your ,loss of time (
are sure to tear up a .i'I(7''l.I ; .
bearing as you j The bazaar will be conducted from :
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the roots with this implement unless 110 a. m. to 6 p. m. Friday and Saturday iil l .. ''E.ice I
special cure it taken to keep it from with tea both afternoons from ,
going too deep. |3:30 to 5:30.: Fancy work and other ,
We are still shipping week out a and solid if things usual with bazaars will be = iii7ii( ( !,!IIIII 1j
car of vegetables every sold.
4 you are not getting in on it you -- \ I/ P -
!should see the county agent at once i
v about getting yours into the next STROUT FARM AGENCYREPRESENTATIVE j
thin fall has HERE
t car. Every car shipped
/gone through in good shape and - Of Raleigh, 1
brought excellent returns A. T. Bare formerly
Don't forget that t the dead wood North Carolina arrived in Kissimmee! r 1 Iti44
should be pruned out of your citrus |last week to become the )local representative 'i
ffr trees before spring. Butter get at it of the E. A. Strout Farm
right away if possible. I Agency, inc. lie has purchased the
A good slogan for us to adopt before 'office equipment and lease from S. It.
I spring planting time comes is Chapman's office over the !postoffice,
"No seed planted without thorough and'will' continue his office In the lo- ::, br
i disinfection first. cation of the former Strout agents.i .
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your chance to save Big

Money. Never have we offered such

low prices-prices ripped to pieces.


MEN'S CLOTHING-2 PAIR PANTS

$20.00 Suits, now . . . . . . . . . . . , $14.48

$25.00 Suits, now . 0 . . . . . . . . . . .$16.48

$30.00 Suits, now . . . . . . . . . . . . $19.48

4\ $35.00 Suits, 'now . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22.48
MEN'S PANTS t

One lot Men's Pants, Sweet-Orr, ee ,

N $3.50 value, now . . . . . 0' . . . . .$2.48 .

'n i $4.00 Pants, now 0. . . . . 0 0 . . 0 . . . . .$2.98

.< f | $5.00 Pants, now . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3.98 '
THE BEAUTIFUL HOMES OF GRANADA SECTION OF CORAL GABLES
$6.00 Pants, now . 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . .$4.48 ONE OF THE ,

$7.50 Blue Serge, the best. . 0 . . . . . . .$5.98 1 1
I SHIRTS-LION BRAND '

$2.00 Shirts, now . o. . . . . . 0 . . .". . .$1.38 Pull Tide
at
'f{ I $2.50 Shirts, now . . . . . . 0 . . . . . .$1.98 Opportunity ;

l | $$3.50 Shirts now . . . . 0 . . . . .0 . 0' .$2.38

i ...' $4.00, Shirts, now . . . . . . . . . ,, ,, .$2.98,

', "" HATS " Vvi'\yii"::'\ &'(: The, Magnificent Development ,of Coral, Gables-the Wondrous Beauty of '

$2.00 Value I .on saleVffiffv, I . .$138 'I
i $.,.oo,'value, now ,. ; > . --0. .7r, ,,:.'.;,/X&*&. . .$138, Coral i Gables the Rapid Increase ; in Coral ;Gables Values-' ,- -all combinedwith

$4.00 value, now . . . . . . . 0 0 . . 0 . .$238 i

$5.00 Hats, now . . . . . 0 . 0 . . . . . . .$3.48 the Big Timely Opportunity in the new Granada Section.

t SILK SHIRTS

.'. .$6.00. Shirts, now 0..0. 0 . 0 . . . .$4.48 YING IN the heart and center Not only is the Granada section in the

i+ | $7.00 Shirts, now . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . .$538 of Coral Gables greatest and heart and center of Coral Gables
highest
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I II.I. H I| $8.50 Shirts, now 0 . . . . . . . . 0 . . $6.48 most beautiful developmentis
J MEN'S CAPS grade. development but it is also in the

': r ij j| $1.50 Caps on Sale . . . 0 . . a . 0 . . . 0 . 98ci the Granada Section a center of the
suburb's greatest building ac-
tract about 1500
c i-| $2.00 Caps now comprising
0..0. o. . . 0 . .$1.29
;r ? "4l $3.00 Caps, now a . . .. . .0. . . . . 0 . 0 . .$138 lots of which 800 are offered tivity at the present time. Eighty-six new

j" 7 Point Hose, S5c value, now. . . 0 . . . 0 . 23cI below regular prices during the period of homes ranging in price, from $7,500 to i
g \ .Buster Brown. Silk, all colors, 75c value, now. 59c entire suburb. !, I

,. LADIES' HOSE The Granada Section is intersected near $25,0000 are now in the course of construc- (

Mercerized Lisle, 65c value, on sale . . . . . 59c tion, and the beautifying improvementswhich
Silk Hose, $1.00 value . . . . . . . . . . 0 -69c its eastern boundary by the magnificent

$1.50 Hose, Buster Brown . . 0 . 0 . . . . 98c Granada entrance, and its western boun- characterize all of Carol Gables is

,I '$2.00 Hose, full fashion . . . 0 . . . . . . $1.48 dary by the equally imposing Prado en- being pushed here to the utmost.
LADIES' BLOUSES

$4.00 Blouses, on sale . 0 . . . . . . . . .$2.98 trance, construction of which is now under Opportunity is at full tide !' The De Luxe ,

t $5.00 Blouses, now . 0 0 0 . . . .,I. . . . . . $3.48 way. The two great boulevards, Granada Pullman busses running from this terri- y

V $6.00 Blouses MEN'S, now . . . . . . . . . . . . $338 Boulevard and Country Club Prado, which tory to Coral Gables provide the greatest
KNITTED TIES

75c -Ties, now . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59c intersect the Granada section and link it free sightseeing trip ih America. Make I

c, $1.00 Ties, now . . . .'. . . . . . . . . . . 79c up with the extensive beautifying improve your reservation at the local office or the

$1.25 Ties, now . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98cMen's ments in other sections, are the finest in the office nearest home +
your today. the ;
Shoes At A Big r Reduction' entire suberb. Grasp . ,
| WORK CLOTHING SWEET-ORR OVERALLS opportunity that is yours. ,
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$2.50 Overalls, on sale 0 . . . . . . . . . . $1.89 I "
Work Shirts-Sweet-Orr-150 Shirts on sale .98c if

MILLINERY EURAL i '
&ABLES

-- $4.00 Hats, now . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.98 i
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F 6.00 Hats, now . . . . . . . . . . . . , $3.98
BUD VASES | dI. _.

I 150 Vases, on sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98c | I
I We have a very nice assortment of China Cups and .Hi ni's Jfaster III
Saucers SlllmdJ
Salad
t I Bowls, and Tea Pots, at a low price I -
for Xmas Gifts. .

I Adjusto Lile Lamps for Xmas Presents. I GEORGE E. MERRICK Owner and - ,\
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One lot'of I
ngalowi\prons, $1.50 value, on sale 98c DAMMERS & BURNS, General Sales ,
We are Closing Out the Entire Line of Ladies- Agents '
KISSIMMEE
Y: Ready-to-Wear at Cost. Come early and select OFFICE: PARK HOTEL
yours
i i I Kanner's l< '" Executive GLENN Offices HOSE Manager
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a Department Store Florida Offices: Jacksonville West : East Flagler St.. MiamI. J
"I,, Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando, Tampa St ;:
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SCHOOL ATTENDANCE i I Thelma' Nolan, Louise Stout, Glena-: I Daniel Ted Hirtzel, Virginia Hannah KISS MMEE WOMEN WON
dine Hatisell, Aeldgytha Jord.n'l Helen'' Hansell. Mabel Jones, PRIZES AT JACKSONVILLE
'GROWS EACH MONTH ,(Elayne Paulk, Billie Bass, Marvel King, Christine Largent Jo- --
(I Tyson, Mary Elizabeth Stephens,I cie. Lawrence Annie .Lee Nolan, Al Mrs; S. II. Bullock and Miss Francea .
Ave'r'age Attendance. For The Third Jeanette Ware, Martha White; Mary I exander' Male, George Steffee, Emory Bay were the recipients of numerous -
Month Is Eight More Than Total Chitwood, Eileen Criner, Lorena Tyner Agnes Vernon James Wages, blue ribbons in the departmentof M
f Enrollment For First Month i I Hansell, Irvin Bowen; Billie Breaker, Flemming, Brooks, Cecil? Bass, Harry art at the recent Jacksonville fair, Feed your calf at our expense and .
J. D. Grumpier J. M. Cooper Robert : Johnston, George Key, J. B. Bronson, Mrs. Bullock, who has taught china 4el
At the end of the first month of Granger, Roy Hudson, Frank Minx, i Rene Ledbetter, John Mailer Henry painting was thereby 'entered' under learn :what real calf developmentmeans.
school there were enrolled in the Kls, David Newsom; George Remington,I John. C. J. Nelson, Lloyd Me- the "professional" head. In this class "
almmee schools 781 pupils. At the ,I Jetret'lon Yohn,, Earl, Yates, Estelle CuUou Navel fifth Starr, Erwin Puch, she received five prizes out of six en- .A :5L5 pound bag of Puf
end of the, second month the enrollment Bishop, Iva Lou _Cotter Susie Belle Donald Stsinman, Hubert Smith, tries. She won first on chocolate set Calf'' Chow will
: showed An Increase of 48, bringing Driggers.' Maud E., 'Lanier, Betty Claude Tindall, Howard Watson, De- sups and saucers, bread end butter rlna. be thrown In
the total to 829. During the third,I Phar. :VIvia Ziegler." Eileen Stroup, Rheta Alderman Jaconettm Ault- plates, sugar and creamer, and secondon free with order for
month 36 enrolment leav-I! Pauline-Rente, Mary 'Jo Trunk, Edna man Olive' Bowen, Newby Craig, salt and pepper.shaker. every a ton or
in*'the total on December Winfrey. Virginia Hall, Iris Allen, Dorothy Meyers, Thelma Yates, Miss Frances Bay won three prizesout more of Purina' Cow
3, when the third school month end- (I Annah Mole, Lulu May Mole, Frances Dorothy Zelgler. of three entries. Her firsts were Chov'pur
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ed.'at 866. Neavels Mary Rinaldi,' Rhudine Vickers Fifth Grade Este) Hirtzel l, Leslie! on salt and pepper shaker and punch chased between now and Jan. 1st. I
.'The average attendance showed.similar ,' LMcile-Ward, Florence Windham, Joiner' Ruby Fertlc, Ruth Yates, bowl,while she was awarded secondon
,'. increase titan being 23 more thesecond Richard Croxton, Benny Crow, C. C. Elizabeth Bass, Frances Young Audrey sugar and creamer. ., ., 1
month it was the first Finger, Carlton McAllister. Isaac Rlnaldt Hudson, Mary Frances Smith, 1 '
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and..20 more the third than during'' Forrest'\Rood Thalas::Shlprrtan. Mae Lang, Mildred 'Carr. Margaret EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICES. See' us today: ij.i tI

the. second. The average attendance the Leroy Tuten, Irving Tyson., W. B. Whidden. Everett Lee RoLrta, Rodney Much interest is being manifestedin e
and for
for the second month 763 I
Ward, Harmon Yates. Carr, Juanitta Hall, Vera Harris, \
the winter's of
services,
and forthe program
for,the second month attendance 709, this Jast Second -Grade Lillian Guffy Leona Dale Padgett, Annie Ruth Roger, organized by the rector, Rev. Albert Florida Feed I
The Stores
first* 746. Mayme Watson, Morris Lee Yowell : i .,
month was considerably cut' down by Ilans ll,: Lessie Johnson,Martha New.. .The congregations are steadily
who were out Glen CXBannon Kathryn 'Parker; Agnes Cecil Gresham, Robert Holcomb. Increasing, and the idea of a "Ques
of pupil
the: number Richardson, Stanford Burkholder, Walter Roberts, Annie Lee B.... tion Box is ,
of school the last week of the month an attractive feature of 306 BROADWAY;,, N *>
with measles. This malady also show. Robert Lee Joiner, Tommy McLaughlin Gladys 'Rlghtmlre, Gus'Iludson, Paul the Sunday; night services. Mr. New : 1 I
the honor roll which Wilbert Nolan, Gay Tison Milar.' John' Rlghtmlre Absalom Tu will answer. next'Sunday night Decembers TELEPHONE 'US YOUR NEEDS '
eastannotintn Professor D.B.Shaver Fleda Sessions, Beulah Ware. Margaret ten, Inez Dawson' 16; the question: "Was the m I I
by I
this week. The third grade / Barnes, Effte Beecher, Brownie 'Sixth Grade] Verna Aired Lottie Episcopal Church founded by Henry CALL UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT) I
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Tyson Catherine .
hardest hit with measles, and Carter, Blanch Cotter, May Alice Waring Wessic the Eighth?"
the
was of fire on the Yates, Eunice Phillips, Merl Hansell, Mae Rentz, Louisa Muller, Lucile The sermon topic on Sunday morning -
It Showed decrease
a Elizabeth Muller Betsy May; Evelyn Rood, Cora Seaver, Perry Meyers; at eleven o'clock will be "A Test Headquarter for

honor Eight roll.of the twelve grades increased Newsom, Nellie fates, Veda Winfrey, William Prather, Robert Mach, Wllliatrt of Courage." - f *"T > :: ., j., : \
on the honor Marguerite Johns, Roseland Nesvels, Lang, Harry Bert Dale, Lloyd The Sunday school will meet in the : i' \ .
representation
roll their for the third month. The third, Marie Mole, Bernice Bronson, Caro- Bass, Tom Bell Raymond Davson, new Parish House at ten o'clock. ". ,
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fifth sixth, and first tenth showed had the a larg-de- lyn Steffee.Osborne Ordla, Lucile Bass, Wilburn Durrance Johns Clay, Canon Billie ,Smith.Haley Duke Power, Wllhard Milar. Gresham Oliver HENRY R. EVINS DIES 1 'N A" *
The grade
crease.
68 and the Reese Johnson. Burton HotcombJohn Phay Henry R, Evins passed away last
rtnumbor: lowest with, with pupils only one. The I Third Grade: Margaret Merrill, Richard Hilton Virginia Barber, Alberta Sunday morning at his home on Penn-
tenth the
Ellen Geiger Hilda Hansell.! Edna Bronson, Mabel Fansler. Bertha field avenue, at the age of 56. lIe is
others were: second 36; third, 28; Floyd Katherine Butler, Margaret Miller, Agnes Ordas, Joy Makin- survived .by his wife, Mrs. Lillian j.) -
fourth, 44: fifth 29: sixth, 29; seventh -
Trunck, Mary Tuten, Winifred ,, Eyins, and daughter, Dorothy .of
..Ilrht.h, 9 ninth 6 eleventh, son.Seventh I
16 ;
; ; Grade Della Kissimmee, three daughters in Pitts
The total number Brooks, Ruby Clemons, Rosalie Carr, I : Fleming
ft; and twelfth. 4. I Bettie burg, and two in Beaver be-
I.eolen Mcrullough, Harry Watson May Snyder, Elizabeth Stef Falls
ended who attainedthe
forthe month roll June 273 comparedwith Hubert Keen. Billie Stratton, Robert I fee Jack Bans",,,, Arthur Fowler Frank j sides four step daughters and a stepIn I
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honor was as
the month before. Those Ward, Dorothy Kickliter. Floanna I'Kritz, Robert Rush, Corey Simmons, son Pennsylvania. ,
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Edward Champagne: Nolan Drawdv,I Funeral services were conducted
attendance Burrows, Dollie Cooper, Hildegrade '
whose scholarship, deportment '
brought Chapman, Ruth Deyoreo, Verna Durrance -,Foster Mankind, Geneva Bowen Hilda Wednesday afternoon at the chapel
und the punctuality honor roll for the Martha Goetha, Doris Hughey, Crow Ethel Jones, Eugenia Oliver. |of J. W. Thompson, who prepared the I
them place <>n I
month Dorothea Belle Ka z, Hazel Hall, .Eighth Grade: Hazel Hlrtr.el. Ben- .body for shipment to Beaver Falls ,
third are Tommie: Irving Maxie Peterson James Parker, Frank nett O'Bannon. Franklin Edwards Pennsylvania. Rev. Albert New, 01 I
Grad Craig
heat : Smith. Herbert Schweikart. Dick Stanl -v,(Saint John's Episcopal church olfl-
Bara, Howard IIlrt r.l. Tyncr Gallon Bryan Ben llanklns Bernie, Fourth Grade: Cecil Bass, Leroy Walton Tyner, Virginia Williams, Ed- :dated, the deceased having been a j Ij
Murry
ith Base Ruth Straub. member of the Episcopal church for
Rogers Rufus Bell, Joe Stroup. Jim Burrough, Sallie Barber Lottie ( .
Farmer, Leon Patrick Charles Bron Bronson. Willie Blanche Berry, Martin I Ninth Grade: Frances Bailey Virginia many,-years ,
Chitwood Elizabeth Deyoreo Lois Bowen Marian Graves EdwinBarnes I
son, Howard Katz, Blake Johnson, I I I
Edgar Beeland, Joe Tucker
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Eleventh Grade: Elizabeth Cater --I THE NEW I ;r
Louise Edmanson Rebekah Mil. 1 I
l I..r, Eleanor Rosen, Mary Louise IPSSir S \ r
Snodgrass. 1 ;j.
J R. CLAY Twelfth Grade: Theta Phav Elizabeth
G. Moaeley Mary Stanley, ssSS ll
Janet Graves. _, :

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I SUCCESSOR TO CLAY 4 THOMAS medicine is the talk of the I
town since palling me from the grave. a ,
I have told dozens about it and I ..
Farming Machinery know of at least ten who are now M I
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taking; Mayr's Wonderful Remedy., 'I J' "
Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt all with rood results. I never saw o / .1
anything: like it. One man who had .f' i /I ,\
"been operated on for gall stones and ..
\ and had come back, took it and says
t BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARS |his symptoms are all gone now and I II I ,.).
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I the swears he Is cured." It is a simple I, '
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/ harmless preparation that removes -
I the catarrhal mucus from the I! '-
intestinal tract and allays the inflamImation -
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ments., including appendicitis. ,One new Ford Four-Door Sedan. la all parts of thVcounUT. itsstylish ; T
"ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR- HE KNOWS"Tor faUlng
appearance and Inviting have brought the Instantly
dose will convince or refund car '
over' It yvars the E. O. Painter Fertiliser Company has; furnished: Flor. ed. J. Z. Roberson, money and druggistseverywhere. onbake-da Y' I Into great demand. .. r rI I' }
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Ida with fertlllm r The continued patronage of xperlenoed .row- >
a-rowrra glade U J I Now, M its reduced price. it preea.ns a more compelling value than '
.n fives proof, of utlafactury rosulte.COl'LU ever. Although better .ktoking, roomLtr, wafer riding, il is luted I'
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IIKTTKK KKIlTlllKKIt DIC MADE WB WOULD ....KIII.IT ' WORLD at forty dollar lea. t

Write for New Fall Trice ,,,I.t. Ju.t IssuedE. I KEEPS CHILDREN OREATBBT 685.00,. o. b. Detroit

0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., JacksoaviBe Florida KlNpIpWDdR This good-lookhg.comfortable and depndabW Ford settinc at thai .t
low price offers an agreeable aoluifoa to your closed car problems

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fw p&fanaW
- care cm tkromtk ,
f tn its.greatleavening Ibi ford W.dl', '.rel.... 1'I... '.
children who are weak and 'Be i I.
FOR Coda's Pepto-Mangan is l'
Y.JeLINGHand ideal tonic. It contains the In every r M. C. AUTREY, Dealer ':
iron they need for pure blood, bodily I & t
energy, and firm solid flesh. At elli :: KISSIMMEE FLORIDA !
LaundryNow this season every child will benefit h 'r
1ii by taking it. At your druggist'. Alway' aR
In liquid and tablet form. and p"U . ,
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open and ready Free Trial Tablets tt : ..

for business for valor..*.f..Gude-a.. Trial P.pto Paekan-Maagan of T write...today Send l
as _-hut name and addreaa to I
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20 Stewart Ave. Gude1'spepto..Mangan' a..w It t I

.alalulHeels Kissimmee, FloridaThe CARSrf, TRUCKS TRACTORS 1


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Painful heels, leaning ankles, Gazette Job Department i 18 ----- ----- -- --- ,

turning callouses are un eaaIIY. ready to print that classy letter head '/
The cause 0(these troubles for you. Call Phone Double-One ((11.) --- Y z
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,1, toot pressing against sensitive
Casino Theatrei
,1'I haWs. mASANITAAYCO'S I

''I Relief from these foot troubles Sales ?) r
it a service rendered .by our

exclusive foot relief parlor,
which ia in charge of a graduate other o

expert trained( in the br Desires the Following '

I' MILK 5*ICE CREAM I ,

1': BEST BY TEST Information ..

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He Makes Weak Were you present at showing: of "Omar The Tent Maker?'_...
instant can relief.give you relief-yes, BEFORE you buy Did you like the special picture?--__.. t
Consult him- tire Puny Baby Fat i ,
Did care for the musical ?____
you are under: no obligation. hen" you program u *.
at what l looks to be a I
and HealthyOne What kind of pictures do you like best: Goldwyn______Metro_____. 4
C. W. BASSETT low price, compare Kox_____Selznick_____Firfcrt NaflionaJ___--Universal_____ /t- Paramount -< \?

Opposite Library ATTENTION the coat with. these ?_____. Please place a check against your favorite.Do .

ST. CLOUD FLA. low prices on Good of the most valuable thing you think novelty numbers interspersed with pictures such as i
FATIIERS W'ingfootTirea s about Toethlna la the way It ettmulatea -
year growth and increase of WeightIn ringers, dancers, 'or vaudeville acts would meet with popular ,. ,

30 x 3'/z CL Fabric $ 9-93: babtea that are weak and puny. favor?______ /

I Ii 30 It 3'12 CL Cord 11.85' Thl.troubles.1'1' because, regulate It corrects the towels digestive Would :you rather the admission price would remain always the
Sanitary Dairy milk is
CITY the milk for folks. 32x4 S. So Cord 20.63 aDd cauaee the child to assimilate same jwBich would oblige management buying your pictures.to j
yjur 33x4 So So Cord ,21.553ix4V Ita food. Immediate Improvement meet the lowest possible admission price?.___ "
It will benefit your baby follows the us. of Teethlna, and the
I Your wife and children : S.S.Cord 28.00 little 'one seems to chanff tor the Or 'wiu1d you rather have the Casino try 'to 1 book only some i'tJa----': .M ''.'.' :

PTJARKET will like "it,,and it will be 33x5: So So Cord 33.20 better lira. over W. L nlcht.Weeks, of Bljrtha Oa. testy and; charge you on a basis of what they cost' him ths rams, _. .. .

good ,for you .... c..c-__ J.rd..rtrtr.w, writes: "1 am grateful for the rood ..jlsyou; !, locl nterohantisells you merchandise for as you .knowhealways'charges'you ,: "(, t: .;
.>>-1 -eel:rre..aSA..S. .Teethlaa did ror b.ob,.. He was ao f.. for an article.on basis .of what same costs T:::;.-
Fresh Mea .t. 'and / I I r I : :::ta.. ::'= little and poor and weak be. hardly wpuld Toti .rather'see the Casino's attractions booked 'downto' meet:
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))I A "$ 'LUPFER- *; PRATHER:' him Teeth I na he ha* fattened :' ache'a.p,'price'or v up to.,* standard* otfqua1ltof..___ y l
Vegetables ,
., up aa more playful. and U like a dif' \\.t; ehl'lady\who'will.ktndly'.present the' ,above"to'the'box"offe. i
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:Phone ,44 :: , .. : s.ad0o_ to the Moffatt XeAorsvtorleav tt l6., Casino :fat' one,,weelu v
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j 1 Ij I Presented as a Road Attraction One Show Each Night. Added Attraction, Special, Monday Night Only '



Mrs. RUSSell Crum presents "THE DRAGON fL Y"An Interpretive Dancing Ballet



\ Also the CASINO NOVELTY ORCHESTRA of Six Pieces.


MONDAY SHOW, 7:50 International News; 8:05 laurel

,\I PLEASE NOTE PROGRAM'SCHEDULE AND PRICES FOR EACH NIGHT: Comedy; X Dragon fl ;" 8:45 "Voice of the Minaret"

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Ir r Prices for Monday Night: Children 18c; Adults 45c plus Tax


r TUESDAY NIGHT: "Voice of the Minaret" only, with no Orchestra, no Comedy no Dancing Ballet, no News

I\ Prices: Children, lOc; Adults 31c plus tax.

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I PRESBYTERIAN BAZAARThe ed in painting signs and banner 1', liiotlu-rn1,, Addition In the' Town,.. of.Kl.- .I
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I siiitm<* Oftula ouiity Kl Ida. ucordliiK -
A ladies of the Presbyterianchurch Mrs. II. M. Katz was chairman of I to tinrt '''nl, ,'il I4.1t I I ilnrtuf.ThlM .
will hold a bazaar and food arrangements and served luncheon to : the 7th day nf l I.h'r. .V. I).
ale also serve lunch, Saturday, December 49 workers the 'Friday preceding roll Ii33.! 'I H.\.1.:1,: F HYATT.An .
the call, I U..r.I..n! for c' I. JI '/l1t. Jr. Monroe GA RAG E
15, next door to Midway at the Chamber of Commerce Thomas
It not .la.'KKOII M.-n.Uill 1 1 lyiltt. Minors.
grocery. Ellis P. Davis, as chairman of speakers \\' II. CIlAWKollM.!'.
addressed various audiences prior .,,, counHfl for Kuanllan r.:-/l 18 Emmett Street t
RECEPTIONS HELTCI FOR (o Armistice Day, while Dr. W. (". I,
TWO NEW MINISTERS Norton all chairman of churches arranged I -

(Continued from Page One) with the pastors of the cityto
f ron Mann, Mrs. Mann, and Mrs. John speak on the subject. Mrs. EllieDavis L 666 PHONE 47 Residence Phone 71 l.. "
)' :J. Bridges, president of the Church acted as chairman of suppliesand I 4.N(1w .
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handled the cards 'and buttons in a Prescription prepared for
Florida,I
Service League of South -
came to Kissimmee from Orlando, !for the solicitors. Colds, Fever and GrippeIt "
J. M. Rhine rural
and met the members of Saint John'schurch. I as chairman ,
in the most speedy remedy we know
worked the sections in interest
country t the -
A short dedicatory service of the and stalling flew equipment and \vill be able
was held in the Parish House, and drive Howard M. Preventing P urnonjaNeid's soon
Bishop Mann lighted the first fire in I Katz was. chairman of the audilinjtcommittee. I .
While the
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the pircplace. "
did not reach the amount hoped for it <'.! :' ,:",,. , too .
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ELLIS F. DAVID was considerably larger than the I ' '
HEAD OF' RED CROSS year before. ., !' . : ', :>: I :
( (Continued from Page One) j I recommended for rheumatism, ,I,;:, ALLKINDSuOF'MACHINE! WORK."
I'i the' County JudKc'H (Court I imvuluCounty.
tie lots who were dressed in Red Florida., In thMult, r nf. thiKxtutc ("(eczema and all kinds of skin
Cross uniforms: Aeldgytha Jordan, I'I : of C. 1.. llMlll. JI' Mini. JurkKiillAli'liilall I diseases.\ Also for stomach
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Y Dorothea Belle Katz, Hilda Katz, Lu- I lltjltt. mlaora. Xul..r ajillciillmi '-
i trouble For baths and mineral
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cile Tedder, Helen Phillips Buddy , Phillips, Joy Ann Coble, Jaconita I I Khan thai th<- unthTNlum: til; iis drinking purposes 1
Aultman, Eunice Phillip, Martha I 1 KunnliHii I of tin- stHt.' t.,11 I. II\lilt leave order: at (lily; Patrick St., Prompt Attention To Small Jobs A. Well A. Large :
Virginia ,Adams, and Frances Adam I iJr nod Jackson M.ii.l.ill .lU.m., inllituH. 208. i
or phone
will on the Tth il.i I > nl l J.tnil.iry.A.
Monroe Thomas's garage donated .U. 1!'24. apply| | l to tin .1 IHilKi' : of. Hitabove !I j
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two trucks and J.'. S. Ledbetter and Court fat nuilioiliv, H.'ll IbrInt.rrat CHARLES NEW[|[) Owner -
John Bronson their time or Haiti nifiniN In the South -
gave as
Till feet of Lot C "f liloik: 1 nr A. .
drivers. C. C. Jordan greatly assist!; HoblMHon'n. ItevlHlun. of ItobliiHOtl. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ---- ---- --- --.-- -- ---- - --
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Every business needs right bank- j is a barb&spole I
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ing connections. The resources, the I
r; because barbers' used to he I

f, service and the facilities of a bank pole hurgeons OH a and).ixn.displayed BandageH.hung a red II
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are essential in all business. This hence wrapped red around and it white by the stripes.wind; .

:Many ills. formerly treated by ,

Y bank is at your service. now crude are Imrlxr-surgeon prevented by methods, "

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I Castor Oil We have made arrangements for a demonstration of the old Reliable

The Bank of' Osceola County A clear, bright luxative oil that Jmh Perfection anti 19th.Blue That Flame Oil Stove at our store on December 17th.
'I acts gently and thoroughly means that next Monday will be the first day t
without of the exhibit, and we all
gripping or pain. urge housekeepers who are Interested to
1'uretPRt Cantor' Oil has a sweet I IK- on hand and see bread, cakes and biscuits baked with this stove
I nutty taste not unlike fine MalI |- I l.y a person skilled in culinary '
art. Mak
ad oil. our store vh'rce
I Children lake it your stopping
easily.
"""' I One of 200: TureU-Bt preparaI I ; the demonstration is free and everybody welcome.
I tions for health and hygiene We will also be glad to have the privilege of showing
/ you many
Every item the best' that kill useful things suitable for -
rt Insured and conscience can produce. looked Christmas presents. May be you've never
Deposits
o.t'r our large stock; it will pay you to do so.
R. G. MINICK COME IN AND HAVE A HOT BISCUIT WITH( US


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'.1.,.- 'T.M. Rivers, Oeo. T. Sigler, NEXT THURSDAY its In readers keeping with its policy REVIEW to give wW every be,erower.ot- Interest''and real sorplce jo;
.. the belt obtainable
In both '
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M.s'. ; : : rb : have ever-before:, an. a1ltunilc'Npon'.oftt.! ; Dept9The .
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.:r VOLUME. 'W.- 4UMBF3 .L', ,- !_ CENTS ,COPY .. .KlSSIMMEftVOeCBOLA_ COUNTY. FLORIDA. .DECKMBEK: : '11. lna . ., :, SECTION ,A 4

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WITH a progressive L i.indu s trio, \ us tf. i& ijt4.' .. os. 1t' ablet. p.ilation, combined* "is ,


.. .: a *most.ectra6rdj: *[: ary:' increase In farm, fruit and manufacturing enterprises-=Florida IS rapidly* forging-to' the: w


I ,front as one of the 'great 'Stateaff/of' the Union. For those who are seeking greater opportunity, with alive and let-live,;


,i: prosperity, 'we extend a hearty,.invitation to come to our State. Certainly no State offers'greater' natural ad. vantages.tq:those0** : '


i'1 't who desire to engage in fruit growing, truck or general farming, cattle raising, or business and manufacturing 'enterprises.. r


i. In conjunction with these opportunities' we offer gratis-the finest climate on the North: American continent, ana our' ,!'l,, ;','.'


;r lands and real estate can be purchased at prices that are low compared with prices prevailing in older States. To you, Of ,, 1i


i .. 'the North and. West we say: .- I'. I', ,; ,'"Y !.


"Come to Florida, the lancl" of natural riches, romance, palms and flowers-the landof fruit, health and prosperity"- .: :;;1

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: ,Osceola County History : PEACH AND TREES 14 INCHES SEVENTEEN IN: DIAMETER YEARS FOUND OLD Kissimmee' Midway City on:



'r r >>i Political 'and Industrial BEARING. }WELL..t., AT'KISSIMMEE', PARK Gulf to Ocean Short Route
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} From rmation to Present Because it i II the common belief' and a 'generous spread of branches. Mr. Across Florida Peninsula
general experience in Florida: ,that I Seaman; uses a thirty foot orange
peach trees will not live ant bear ladder in picking the peaches from : -y 1 <
commercially longer than three to these trees. He says that the orchard
Something of the Development..of an Agricultural Em- five yean, little attention it paid'to I seldom has missed a crop since An Ideal Mid-Florida City of Rare Beauty 'and Uncommon
growing this delicious fruit; but a I he has had it. and for the past three '
pire Which Was Long Regarded ,Only as Pasture commercial grove of approximatelyfour years consecutively has grown record Friendliness With Most Beautiful Main Business ,

'v ,Paradise for Hunters. -Interesting Personal acres has been yielding bonntev I crops, .large, ripe to the'seed sweet ; 'Its' Excellent'
Land and Street In Florida. Noted For
I ,. ".' a one crops of the Jewell peach at KIseimmee -' Juicy peaches which have always t .,

4 I "*' ) Recollections of Old Citizens'Who Took Actives Park for the past seventeen found a ready and appreciative. market Schools and the Immense, Possibilities of the 'Back I r
,years.L. at a handsome price.
.' Part in Its Record Making.\ I' C. Seaman at Kissimmee Park, A earefut ,inve.tlgation and inspection Country Supporting: It. '
a small community' settlement on the of-the' orchard revealedd. .the fact --
-- ''extreme southern end of Lake Toho- that it is without,t.h.'pestiferous and
Osceola. county, which was named of the county.,Lake ia..tmmee\btinJ( pekalig, has a peach'Orchard on his fatal peach tree.porer" and but tte\i* . Klsslntmee,' the county .seat-of Os Orlando'lI 18 mile 'distant'onfone' : +;:
for the most famous and the bravestof the most' southernly one. ;The north.place, which hat been' bearing' con, teeing few of the San Joto. scale ceola county, is situated on the main side while it Is but 47,miles to ,Lake It i .
all the brave chiefs of the Seminole east angle of the county'i'::extends,, to tinuou'sly. most of it for the part could be found the'entire, three Cross-peninsular highway between\ land on the other side. A fine paved I".'
Indian, who once held the state within ten miles of the' Indian River, I.eventeen years. In that orchard the acres. H. gives no ape Tampa and the East Coast. Iis 79 highway connects: :?all 'these 'places '" :'
as' their own, was formed in 1887. the East Coast's great inland 'water trees range in size from ten to four- to the trees, but' has 7'occasionally tniles' from Tampa, 56 miles to Mel and termini,,except(that there is still rr ,? .
Governor Perry signed the bill which way, while through. .the Kissimmee teen inches, in diameter two fet: prayed with a Weak lime-sulphur bourne oVi the East Coast, via St. lacking a few. miles of completed road :y '
created the county from parts' of Or- River which drains the ,rest of the above the ground, 'and.many' of them solution when he waa'.aprayng( ; hi* Cloud, and approximately, 91 ,miles to between St.. Cloud and ,Melbourne, a'" ;
1 anc- and Brevard. The legislature ,county through the.,Jake,,of the, same i are more than thirty feet high with I I', (Continued on ,Par Seven). ,' J paytona .via Sanford and DeLsnd. which break;'however, Ii' now being i4:

which created Osceola wai the first' .. . .._ ...... . . _. _._ .', .'. made perfect -by the State Road. Do'partment a";t...
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to' meet under the -constitution, . : ; and will soon 'be ready for ; '-. .
which had been adopted by the people travel. While this work is'going on. 1, ',L.
in 1885. Other counties created cars are taken across the Tow land :"r;
,:.t the:'same time with Osceola, were 1, A. View Down Broadway in: Kissimirfee where the All is being made 'b7 a- 1.1
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Lake Lee, DeSoto and, Citrus. The lumber .compan7'I'logging engine and . ,:I
.legislative act creating/ the county of }/j- V.V a flat car, the distance being coveredby J"I
Oaceola became effective May 12 of "t, I the connecting: link is three or
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the same year of the act-1887. ,i' I more miles and the charge t is a dol q
First County Officials IR I lar. Hundreds of automobiles' are
I "' t.L W Kw .Vl+t .M. M S l St .t r
Upon the creation of the eraaty.. C.'i':; :# '' 'I '" wR. now daily making the trip in safety, ,
the first officials were) appointed by ",.,.. r.1' with comfort and speed. -- "' ,
Governor Perry' aa follows: County .or--m: :: \ ,-1+,, Kissimmee stand on' the site ,of
" :' '(''iZ1r. . the old Indian war fort Fort Kissim ,
Judge lion. W. R. Johnson; clerk of .. :. "''.
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men are ;
court, John M. Lee sheriff T. A. ..
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.Has; tax assessor R. C. Partin; tax ;,;,i ( V"U",. 'r" :,' 'I'f., ...... '" those old day to be found about the'. ,)' ;
.... ( town. Although the federal eeu1Ul.r" .
collector C. M. i'r.vatt; treasurer '' :ii'; '9'.... "J
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C. A..' Carson: suprevisor of registration '. i"'.. 'tii', ': 11" gave it a population'of 2,722,' everyman { '.rt'
J. W. Alderbolt.{ The first Boardof .._, \ ., ''J"Ii in Kisslmmee i* ..convincd".thatthe :,1
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{ County Commissioner was comet r' ".::a _' count then wa no more accurate ;.,
eed )II. N. .l '"" t, .':! :J. \. than it has proven to be ba,n""' I,
,. f.''':'Jlr ,ck. Brahrtihn R. BiPerker. ;- "", .'.."r')C ,:'".::"r, .oI:I": 4"...".).,1',' every other part of the country and 'oy

H.,E'Rose.fr.cBratton .. 1/4 / I, indeed one of th. South' most representative -, c r.,
said to the
congressmen
the first w101fteo..tulon
(; was was signed by Governor ''!t.t :% 'I' writer that there i*. serious talk .IM ,k

''. Perry',jot all,the new county officials, I Congress of holding another' federal 'f,
and he.held the office and the confl.Jfdenee ;census in the spring of 1926.because! "
of ,sthe people for many long i of the proven inaccuracies 'in the con-
p' sus of 1920. Kissimmee has, easily ,Ii :
I*years. So far as can Nbe'-ascertained, P"::'
r 1'. the: only living members Gf the first ': 3,200 people now. \
Osceola: County Board of Commissioners The town is a typical' Florida town
Is Slate Chemist, R. E. R')se. I in that its people,are the very'acme' '
'of,Tallahassee, and 11. N. Bratton, \ t'if ,of hospitality; of social disposition'and r+
.who still lives here. Of the first most cordlaMn their'treatment of.
county officials. Tax Assessor R. C. I visitors. It is a typical sub-tropical '
Parthi, is the only one living today. community' 'also in that it. fairly revels -' '
I ,'. Population at Creation :.' : + r, -1L in the 'beautifnl sub-tropic'vege* '*
Iii the tyr N tatlon which abounds -naturally.inthe .
,1890 three years after cre- t1 't o
[c 3'stion, of the county the federal census section, but ..unlike many otherf t j
,1'I gave' it-population of 3133. In 1900 *AN Florida- 'towns it has not yet been
it:had grown lo only 3,444, and had seized with the frenzy, to .supplant, l
jiot".doubled that population in 1910, the n.!!tural'flora of Florida with the ',".
f \ the..census figures of that year, giving unnatural importations from >ther ,- : ;
f it 7,195 of which total, 2,722 was fir. ,+' hemispheres.-' 'main business street) '4
, i accredited to Kissimmee, the county r. I. parked from 'one' end to 'the others: *: l
, seatThe population of Osceola did a beautiful vista of grass and overhanging |
I not Increase greatly during all the palms with flowering liibivc-t; :
\ "years .since its creation until 1922. us and oleanders between greeting the "VI"i:
.because of the overwhelming belief eye as it roves down the'center of the
') 'that.the county being largely prairie one 'hundred foot double drive, way: \ \
,f was? fulled only for cattle .raising. I 1 street. If Palm Beach or St. Peters
The -few small community centers burg had Klssimmee's Vond"rful i
.t were, mostly tho homes of the cattle Broad Street they would have-thous-% i
1''" men ,This idea that the region was . er, ands of happy contented winter-tour.
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fitted,'only for grazing was a resson- istaon! the preen and under the trees'
< able pne becqupe\ of most of the land every day from November to April.i, V
1 ylri' acid was subject to inundation This town is the only one the writer ,
lw 1 during ..the rainy season of the year.jralnage knows of in the state, save only.'Orlando }
was an unknown quantity through which the 'vi.itorap-* ,, }
Broaching it is not compelled ti pass ,
and the.thought of creating' drainage -
through a hovel l or shack district on
4 districts and lowering the water level # 3
f of.thousands of acres of fertile soil any' road entrance he may Attemptto

"for farming had.bean advanced by -, ...... '.:.....!''Ii'r' _._ e made. ; w, ,{
x only a few,"theorists'!,a. the advanqthinker'is i-- _.. .. .,' A City of Rome .f "b l
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i e4 :. called in all.dim.*..and ? "' \ Pboto by; Wilder*. Studio Kissimmee essentially and actual', S
countries.: ly a city of home.;'' In this issue pie-:.
t.,fo' 'Topography. >and Measurements, .' .FAr':cities':.In"I the-,'"Sonthr'can show' a 'Main. Business "Street which, la its'entire' l.ngtb'isaibeantiful; i ; ; a*"BroadwayV .KIssimmee's charm; ,, tares are 'MownO! some the.fine .
.;Osceolaeonnty,is:almot perfect ing" section of the Golf to Ocean DI xle Highway.: No wonder those who hers'to'pass. '' through. 'the'. city cannot resist,the "temptation to-atop, and residences of the place. .In,:additionto i
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t 7 angle triangle the base. Ivinsr on ,*Maln Street.", > .* P. \"' - E v' -_ --1( r v :.. v ;: > -these-are hundred of other which: a ahave
1IDUu&It'FJoW1m"* i -f"-:
enjoy jUO ; ,
cownty/perpendicular' ''ati , ... -- . . -. ', .. '...' .', aa air or refinementand hoi1 sYap
vast i vnnalnrsovtb to Okeechebee ..' ' l.. f" ]_ J" } . .. f c" T 7' t "r ) -? a' type'' of arohiteetual design that ,
j ootAt/1"and"th.' hypotenuse forming name- ; herb tJat..JCuWe.t'C: **tal I well ,drained hammocks.and r'.other.t.ntlouo" I :: .>Se* e jaisiery-Sesse..Traditloa; j jI eeiebratotd Hayes-TDden eoiit.n .la Ie 1 ,'at once reassuring and convincing: ; .' y :t
er>Cbiamdary"bfrPoHhsonmtlr/ are\reach4d ; My: boata".drawla.;:' ap-. many of which are denvelopod The are comprising the county was 1878. the,tune from the box giving a* regard the type of people who lire,I'i' ; .
i .COI\IIIt\ ,.',; .n >the JtOI'tb'to proxlmately'i: four(1 INti)throagti .the' ; aa. ko es.t with profitable I origiAally,,meluded.in Brevard'then .electoral: .aU... vote:;ta Tilden. ,la. them.'There i* net a narrow street w 1" ,'
.eastufy oa' theivootB.: Its .: "OIreh .Uae farm and orange >groves about them., .... of. the largest:r i political. *nbdivisiosu The bl-partissnjeiarning r; board aft in, Kissimmee; there i* not:a "street y '1 .,. .
the but email.part; ..f' the state, land the:original er, by'a'.atrIc\: I part .vote' gave the a' '.
' w 1.iviilrr a ...... .ere*, dotted 5 /to ; pn All of county, a teIectiOIt' in the city which dose not have :
' .... .... '......aeyerMyi'wiHt > .. e'pbrtli.' +aed:.sdalvz. ..draiaag. . .. Immediately: adjacent, the: largest.''ee.uty'sent. .near':the present..*ite'.' to'Hayes, and the carpet-bag:Its sides many fine comfortablereef*,,:( ;,;>.,"" '.
......t....I e .to.... .Ml .... lake) and water courses,'catt. be drain'; KeBaasville.. .r.I(' wa* ;;count..of >the CoveTHmenf-piesaeuted: a.:.>Brevard :.dence ,Shade .. there.inabondeaoe.: ', . ? '..,''kIM...... .... : ,Keet/ ., .... i- .. ;the. most .intensive.! I bHets at thl pnelnctyhIQ heU Pelirta county:yontb'afWrward..en.-of .the and tA.wu.. bloom.in KlMimmoe.asjX : .;;,w ;"
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FIRDAY. DECteMDER' 1/. 192! J'
c.OOrERATIVE ROOSTER NU"nER.sUrrLE"F.NT TO KIS".EI' V.ALLEY GAZETTED .. __ :"
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I .' OSCEOLA- - ---- COUNTY HAS STEADY CITRUS- UtVtLbTintNl.I i!





OPERATES ONE OF THE BIG :PACKING HOUSES.

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Growth. of Cooperationin TWENTY MILLION BOX CROP PREDICTED:" ASSOCIATION.

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Florida Q 'Citrus J.j Reed Curry, of the Florida Citrus Exchange, predicted In Six Years Business Has j i ij j

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Industry.By a twenty million 1; citru's c'roji for"tFlorida I this yen!" infi ". Incr JJ"Over 4'O ,!

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address before, class of student farmers at the University Per Cent I


( MARVIN WALKER, Florida". Magazine) I of Florida August 7. Last year's crop exceeded sixteen 1i

.. .' is A typical story of the i
general
and the
I I million .boxes, said, Air. Curry, opinion .
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HE Florida Citrus Exchange systematic manner, and securing steady, yet rapid growth of )
T has been expending the. highest possible | that the increase this year will be at least 25 per cent over the citrus industry injsce.,

considerable effort: ''average prices. These average lola county; can be 'found in
ever since its beginning prices could have been 'i last year's crop. I the records of the Kissim-

nearly fifteen years ago, in better, however, had the co- I j,! ... 00 pee Citrus Growers' Ass<>.
member operative exercised ciation, which, besides oper
interesting non growers -- - --- - '
growers of the State in cooperative control over the entire crop. Ito what market it is best to''Ipers.i five citrus grower associations 'ating one of the #largest

marketing; in en- Opponents of co-operative'ship fruit. It can easily' divert ;i There are now a hundred were organized.( One packing houses in the coun

deavoring to convince them marketing, mainly speculative fruit from a market''and some odd(( citrus grower of these associations, at ty, also has the distinction

of its merits for them, and fruit buyers who u'.e where prices have suddenlygone associations affiliated with Limestone, was Established 1 I of being the second largest '

its necessity from the stand- chiefly interested in their tumbling; under heavy the Florida Citrus i Ex- as a result of the good prof shipping organization this

point of the industry's sta own welfare, have set up supplies or Some other influence change. More than a hundred its that a large grower, who, year in the district of the

bility. This work has been claims I i that commodity to another point ,( of them own and oper- packed) his own fruit and 1 I Orange County Citrus Sub-

rewarded with a member- marketing leads to monopo} where the demand is good.It ate their own packing houses. ( sold it directly through th', Exchange. !

ship now totalling six thou- ly. In part this is true. Commodity 1 keeps; distl.ihution'en.. A considerable amountof Fh.rida( ( Citrus Exchange, The association owns and'

sand loyal, co-operative marketing] associations seeks to stabilize; market. money was needed to finance has received a number of operates its own packing

growers and shippers. The are designed to securea supplying them with fruitin and( b u i I d these years. His record( of high i house at Kissimmee. This

steadily increasing percentage monopoly on a particular accordance with demand but "etllrns'a satisfactory is :
plants, by judicious avei'a'c ) so plant with thee \\1:
of the State citrus crop commodity. But no co-op- and constantly endeavors t., management the various that it led th ( latest pacing machinery

controlled by the Exchange erative association organized develop new outlets for bonded further reflects its success. on a commodity basis can: Florida fruits. reduced. of the
ularly One community to get together j modern pre-cooling and col-
Luckily for Florida, the take an unfair advantage of The work of this organization best evidences of the stability and follow his footsteps i in i ,,I, oring facilities, which give
fruit volume controlled that
by monopoly by dictating the past season may and growth of the Florida ('!IopCI.atimarl I preparing
the co-operative growers unfair prices, as some spec- be better appreciated whenit Citrus Exchange can be other associations fruit I
organiz-i, to be shipped
ulators
has been sufficiently infer they would
largein is known that the FloridaCitrus found in the record of its af- ('d I the past summer are at; north.
past years to have a stabilizing take. This has been aply j Exchange sold fruitin filiated associations. Each Zolfo Ona, San Mateo and t''I ,
influence the citrus demonstrated I In the last six
in
the
on recent the
: years
j carload Lots in eighty-two year they have been adding Pomona. All of them will 1 r;
industry. The co-opera- experiences of the raisin volume of fruit handled by

tive growers have been able growers of the West. The w I II II I this association has increased \,,

to establish grades, to ad- advantage to a co-operative I II more than 400 per cent, '

vertise Florida fruit on a association of a commodity according to the records of

national scale, to developnew is in the more systematicand Manager H. C. Piano, or ,i

markets, and to build orderly distribution it from 24,000 boxes in 1917 to "

up a sales and traffic department can effect. Experience has I 150,000 boxes for the 1923.

which can eco- proved that where a co-op- A.M and 1924 season, which has
nomically and profitably erative association has a I YL been the banner year of

market their portion of the monopoly on a commodity, them all. This remarkable

State crop. Their effort has the prices the producers re- I growth has been steadily

always been hindered, how- ceive for their crops are made from year to year.

ever, by the speculative greatly increased, while the I( Preparations are now under r .

practices of noncooperative cost to the consumer is no way to increase the capacity

growers and shippers, greater, and often less I of the organization's pack 1
< who will ship their fruit to' There are critics of the L ing house to six cars
per
markets, without consideration co-operative who claim it is day, 360 to 372 boxes to the
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of the volume of fruit .
.:' attempting: to disrupt present car ,
t., moving towards or already methods of distributing
at the point of distribution. farm products. This charge'is "Pasm'nir through. O'ceol
County
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on either train or auto,
This situation has served to absolutely false. Wherever I Rays Manager Piano, ."it does not
curtail the success of the there are already established + look like wo grow very much
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fruit in tins territory, but from
Florida Citrus :
Exchange channels for dis- 1i the-e f figure'rue ran readily sea !
and has generally resulted tribution, co-operative asso- that vto ale in the (rifun fruit i

in lower prices for all citrus ciations invariably make U53 quite l business nn and miluctry.l have (ur'nlC developed\the<: ,.,

growers. of them. Where those chan- ,. 1 punt year our anstlation handled
The basis of co-operative nels are not sufficiently de- I J fruit from 210 tfrovet. Abort0
Kx per cent of the fruit packed In
marketing i s commodity veloped, co-operative aeren- our house COITIPM in h\l boat whi'e (
control. All modern farmer up N- either ,
ruil
: I or truck and hams.
co-operative organiations :means of getting their products !I IIc"'lIupe of the good pries e
are being formed these days of their I
with the view that growers to the J 1%rKIIIOII: KI<4"MI ir.K tllltlx' 1.1111\\eii.: I.\< KIN. HOI ..e: 'l'h..l., liy V\ Idrr'a. t Rtudln. i I Because of the ood pric M that
they will 'consumer. I growers of Osceola! County have been
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handle one product and ]: There is other !' markets ,able to renlize for their fruit shipp .'
no market- more than it i
ever new members and market- d l.y the
control andociatlon
under Itt
a good sized
that they will control that ing organization i nth e sold before. It sold carload ing i fruit from a larger crop famous "Ki"s-Me" and "CnwboI ,*
product. Just so long as the State, devoting its chief at- lots of fruit in J next year. Other associa- brand, Mnnaner Mono is anticipating -
prov-acreage. Improvements I
every to tions will a ctnsidcrable
Florida Citrus undoubtedly be growth in the cooperative
Exchange, tention to the sale of Flori- ince of Canada and every j,their I facilities for grading formed marketing movement l ti
or any other co-operative 'da citrus fruits, which in j State of the Union with theji(j land packing fruit are being season. during the present Oaceola County.

j association of similar character any way equals that of the exception of Nevada, Arizona <'made annually. As i .We are using the season pool)
I does not direct the .Florida Citrus and an ex-I j Another indication favorable and all the
I California, and fresh |ample j of their -, growers are very wellplease ,
progressiveness
marchandising of practically It numbers repre EXf.halge.i' fruit quarantine laws have''I four to the growth of the ) with thin season'a pri- ;
every bit of the it is |in associations, at co-operative re"." he says. "This is the fourth i-;
crop every market of the Unit- been the only factors which I Cocoa, Fort Pierce movement in
designed to market I Oak Hill Florida is year that we have used the gea- '
it ed the
States
necessarily -:< and Canada where have prevented sales in and high regard
the Winter
Garden I son pool, and
during we will no doubt
fails in
in achieving for,:fruit can be sold to advantage later two states. I I the which the Florida Citrus use it again next "
the growers all the benefits in carload lots. There The past summer, constructed Exchange is held by its I year.
that it | growth of the co-op- pre-cooling plants adJoining I In the pre-conling of citrus fruit.
theoretically is
",';:: tain. can at- scarcely a bigger job in erative marketing move-\ thEir packing houses grower-members. They are : one of the latent devices for insurlnt
!the State that ,all gradually better keeping qualities leas decay '
and
: handled
daily ment in getting the
r Florida, like all oth- to reduce losses : in
Through the local by decay ; view transportation the KllllimmelCtlru.
associations
1! which -I,throughout I' the citrus ship- er really big things in this 'I of fruit in transit. Other i necessary for the best I Growers' Association Uf)
are affiliated ping season by the sales department I State has been ( success of any cooperativeenterprisethat claim to having one of the best m+it
associations
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: steady and
with the Florida are making rniply constructed economical
Citrus Exchange of I, l and
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Florida is
Cit- their :
< this substantial. Year by year ,similar improvements adding i,plants I, in the State. The results that
State's co-op- rus Exchange. One day's ,the Florida Citrus to their organization, and that the ''!have been achieved I hv the assocta-
Exchange !
erative citrus growers have ,business in selling citrus !'has been plants the evry final outcome of its work de- 'I i(tion through pre-cooling have fires
best and ( highly
improving its most satisfactory. been\
eliminated has
much of the netty fruit I modern of Decay .
alone often exceeds !marketing pends entirely the individual I materially reduced
facilities, putting citrus fruit upon jo that Manager
larceny that independent $200,000. packing house Piano believes his
The sales efforts effort and association say
its
speculators and fruit buyers of this big ,i service within reach of equipment. An exceptional- ation. co-oper-I tains a smaller percentage of lose
were guilty of in the ,; organization are new communities adding ly rare thing is an associa-, |1 from this source than any other M-
days guided from the i While the Florida fociation affiliated with the Florida
central of
!: before co-operation. They fices of the Florida new members to its ranks, i tion j that fails to show some ,.Exchange Citrus :, Citrus!'! Exchanp-e. The association'
Citrus has I't
> until it now [ evidences not in all Pre-coohng equipment! lower the
have-effected I represents six 0 f i can
a great growth in
saving;Exchange at Tampa, and thousand years shown substantial increases temperature( of fruit to 4 degrees l li la
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in the co-operative picking,,,;!are under the general six growers. These some way, each year. in the i i eight hours making it possible! tt .,,
I supervision thousand I percentage of load
pre-cooled
hauling, grading, growers con Growers in i. f/ruit Into care often,
t": packing;,,, of the sales mana- stitute those com- the State Crop it handled on the same day it la packed.
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and good
Ir : shipping of their crops. 'I'ger. of the individual very majority I muities which have not join- '(1 I there has scarcely .been , Much of the credit for the lucceij
r By creating a consumer demand -1 I By keeping a close checkon reducersof ed the co-operative move season when the a of this co-oporative orgnnliation rfOsceola
t ...for their Sealdsweet all this State, and a great ment are also learning how its volume of County grower. must go to
markets
\ each day many of the small I shipments has not gain B. C. Miller, president of the aw*
grapefruit: and oranees I through its many represent., groveowners they can benefit by marketing : ed. In years when the elation and a prominent fruit rrp:K

,:; ? keeping'closely through: advertising informed and by tatives, and ascertaining i in co-operative who have marketing turned after to their fruit together and'I'' crop'df the:State has shown citrus of.*the best boot sters; that the'been o-oape ***.
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I. on advance Conditions .which independently of, the al- its .biggest I tries marketing,movement: has hadj",
: market. '.conditions,they'havejroneifar might effect ., they found out how little ways-profiteering fruit' .increases- the Florida during@ the fix ye"*
i'I" 'distribution chance they had, of buyer. -,Florida, Citrus HU workvn T that ofTMahacer P ,
merchandising 1 i making .. New Exchange; : i iA iIlt
g and! ,prjces,, .,the ,sales ''orga- nioriey with : associations' arei has always, held its I no.,ha .been ably,backed up by) J,
it tbei.:1r:. fruit .in,"au orderly,'nization is able to determine I and independent'' I bein formed each .gear.1]shipping' own,*rat,of. the.boa.... of directors: 0 f
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', I .speculative 'fruit : f baardotdlreetoneswhlckindodew :
't" proportionately]
ship* i During the" !
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DECEMBER 14., 'IMS' \ .I(: OP RATIVE' BOOSTER NUMBER-SirPPLE1t TO' KisshiMEE1 "VALLEY ;VAZETTE -3Ul \

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Twenty.Million* Box Crop PredictedProduction FLORIDA'S,.- 'FUTUREIn '.



a letter written last spring, Richard H. Edmonds L i ir

\ of Baltimore, one of the ,best, posted men in

,the country and development possibilities 'r .. !, : ,
of citrus'fruits lest late bloom ever maturedin progress < /" r i

in Florida for the season of the state. said: 5 .. ::1 _

1923-24 is estimated at, The increased productionof "After making my winter home for four or five

twenty million boxes by the grapefruit this; season months, a year for the l last ten or twelve years in : !

crop estimators of the Flor-,,,,will be due to a generally Florida, and very carefully studying every part of -

ida Agricultural Department heavy crop along the West the State, and every phase of industry, I am convinced -

Of this total about Coast, which has recovered that this is to be .one of the richest'States'in the r

12,000,000 boxes will be oranges -'I fully from ihe storm of two Union. I think its growth will match that of Cali- 4 r

and 8,000,000 .boxes years ago, and to the crop of fornia; indeed, I would not be at all surprised to see _

grapefruit. The commercial young trees just coming into I Florida surpass California in rapidity of material

crop last year totalled 16- bearing. development and the enormous wealth which will
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of which about The northern of the
900,000 boxes ; edge "
here.
be concentrated
; 9,700,000 were oranges and citrus' belt has 25 per cent I -Photo by Wilder* Studio .
a (.II" '8TONII! HOTEL
7,200,000 grapefruit. I more oranges, with trees literally .. - _
Compared with the total loaded. Grapefruit uu

crop for the past five years I production in this section I W. B. MAKINSON IS RELIABLE EARIW/.F.E/ IEUER! OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY

the 19ii3-24 estimate shows will do well to run 5 per cent i .

a wonderful increase of pro- 'I( ahead of last season. A -- I
: Kissimmee has in- the Maklnson! stores that are BO necessary to 4V' BUSIEST STORE IN KISSIMMEE
duction. The ,1 18-19. crop j heavy crop of tangerines is hardware e'tablishment a store thatii cry well regulated: home.In .

totalled 8,900,000 boxes of in sight.The most creditably conducted and one addition to the hardware line a. ,
i that in replete with an assortment most comprehensive showing of --
which 5,700,000' were or- West Coast has a full which appeals to the trade for it.. Michelin tires and tubes are to be Some forty odd years ago when the I(I Under the present management the-
anges and 3,200,000 grapefruit crop 0 f grapefruit all completeness and the appreciat'on of seen and at prices that at once ap voice of the Seminole was still heardin firm has extended its activities until
I the stock carried to the direct nesda: peal. the land and civilization was represented I large shipments of. goods are"1Ib'W"'
The 1919-20 total was through the 1921 storm area of the community.The Mpk'mon it an old-timer and beenon by a campfire under tie I made in Orlando, Windemere. and'

12,500,000; 7,000,000 boxes I I and will be largely responsible owner W. B. Makinson. is well the J job: for many years havingseen pine trees some kind hearted surveyors Apopka on the north, and Davenportand
boxes for the state's and most favorably known a4 most fh. goof times and the lean on sand laid off the land into city Haines City to the south-west;.
t of 5,500,000 increased
oranges, I reliable and trustworthy, hiving beenin during his many years here has blocks and it was named K'ssimmee. St. Cloud and Narcoossee to the east,
t of grapefruit. The 1920-21 production o f grapefruitthi the community for the past thirty always held fast to the idea t"'at the About this time 'Mr. W. A. Patrick, and to Horse Shoe Ranch far couth
13,200,000 boxes sseason. A 10 to 20 year*. and is thoroughly experiencedIn future wtuU bring result f'r Kissimmee. who was the Croesus of this region, on Lake Kiesimmee. For years the-
crop was ; per his choosen lire. and Osceola county that wo.:11:! built a flame building at the cornerof sale, of goods in Orlando alone na.
,l00OOO boxes oranges, 6- cent increase' in oranges is The stock carried comprehends ev- he most gratifying: and his vision o"eani I Emmett street and Stewart avenue averaged several thousands of dol-
100,000 boxes of grapefruit. in sight especially down the Tjrthing needful in and d l>- is rapidly be oming a reaity.: I and occupied it with general/; lars per month, an achievement never
heiTV hardware, stoves tin and More advertising. and better advertising store. In one corner he managed: to before accomplished by a Kisslna-
1921-22 totalled 13,300,000.Of state. rrmnito "ware' pocket and table citry : : pent to the right places will install the post office, the first Kis- mee business house. ,
this crop 7,300,000 boxes The lower West Coast will '* pants and varnish, oils and "put it over." His place of business simmce ever had. For about six The Osceola Hardware Company
lltas; also numerous household furnishings U located near the d i p t anj his years the business was canductel: i by has the pleasant habit of discounting
were oranges and 6,000,000 I have 5 to 10 per cent more usually carried by hardware phone number is 123. B. J. O'Quinn but later passed to ::its bil: and has thus established a

boxes grapefruit. About 1- oranges, with probably no other! hanja. credit in t the business world that :is
:-.- A In' the I tier part of the c'jlhtie'the enviable. The principal stockholdersare
this increase in --- -----
boxes of -- -----
000,000 crop grapefruit. property was acquired by J.: W. S. L. Lupfer II. Clay Stanford,
were lost in the storm of 1 On the Ridge (Polk, Lake, Watson, now of Miami who built the ,. .1. L. Overstrest. J. E. Lupfer and
present two-strv brick 25 foot front.In H, W. Boice. The officers H.
October, 1921. The crop of Orange and adjoining, coun- j th's new building: he put a stockof Clay Stanford, president; John are L.Overstreet .

1922-23: totalled 16,900,000 ties) there will be 10 to 20 furniture: and hardware and was vice-president; S. L. Lup-
,successful from the start, and became fer, and treasurer J. K.
boxes of which 9,700,000were ner cent more oranges and I' prospe-ous. manager: : ;
l.upfer and credit
bookkeeper mana'per. -
oranges and 7,200,000 about the same quantity of I I After a number of successful years II. W. noire is head clerk and
j'rjipefruit. grapefruit as for the last i he. sold the place to a firm which in- buyer of general: hardware and fur- "
xitlli. 1. rpornle.l under the name of Stanford '
I -1 niture; S. I.. Lupfer, buyer of build-
'1 Iv" outstanding: featuresfrr season. Farther down the l. C.u'son and Graves. This oc- nrj mater'sls; and J. E. Lupfer, ofsporting
'd l in 1905 and the members of
,
cnir'
the crop of 1!2J-21} : as Ridge; prospects for orantres.ire i the iiCiV! company; were Nathan B. goods.J. .

estimated; by the lI;ricultiir'l {!ood. with trees well fill ("..rs..n. If. Clay Stanford and:! floss point. J of, Wrodall service is the oldest clerk in
and or.e of the mast
:' experts are : the heavily ed. In Hardce and DeSoto and Graves.Vith; new energy new the capital business: new! expanded bloo'i- I' effiriort) nnd i It ,head of the repair

loaded oran.'re!' trees all over counties, where the crop ir.pid'y.: They built at once a new department Perry Crafton is headof ,
t brick front. of 50x93'thui; the delivery "service and knownwhere "
'ctrly
the holt and<1 the compara: was short last season, production n "iT-ing their space: three foil. TIe everybody Kissimmee an tivelijrht] ; crop of grapefruit of oranges will, be ""'. ,' (list floor of tho new buildirg was Orlando lives-nearly. Julius: A.
Schweikart! is the
head of the plunli-
on trees :and proves fully a third greater but no , ,., -.,.. .- ; > "U.jiih, furnt; re ard trio neeOIK 'department and his chce'ful face
< floor w. s u=ej for a ikatlng:' riik
wh] ich produced heavily last increase in grapefruit is ex- ; .... : ,-' ..... I'i, l'Ji'9.: C. A. Carson, banker and in has time been of welcome plumbing}o trouble scores of homes
ilalir.t, bought the Ross Graves
"' The differ '
.s 'sjn. crop pected. I'c intcTi-ts nnd the-firm The rapid'Increase of the OaceolA
: was reorganize
-
from fist: "l'ar's in the fact The East Coast will have : __ .:;::,...; ,-_. :-.-- .' and re-named. They sought a Hardware Company's business was

that practically all the fruit. ]10 per cent more fruit than name that would be distinctive and I .such that several years ago they
-riioto l hi Wilder'. Studio
: mean something to the of this leased the J ragtime Theatre building
this! i year is from oily: for last season, except in the l>i-ni..ltMtriiV. II. M.klnou I'outfmnr'H tort region, nrr'. so they called people it the Os which is now. .uei to store stoves

Mooing) while fruit from early : extreme South Florida'' -_._-- .-- ---,-- -- - -- ceola Hardware Company, in honorof doors windows, roofing. wall boarand
the intrepid Seminole; chief whosewar I other bulky merch 'ndiso. Even-
Hoom last year was light, where the crop is li';ht. '''J. McPHATTER FORTY on real estate values! and knows the whoops used to send the shive's I then there was insufficient room and ,

following the dry spring Movement of grapefruitfrom YEARS IN KISSIMMEEJ entire his A. count U. C'II.I as a school buy know.* up and down the spines of the early the old Wqters and Carson warehousethat -
built
some thirty
cottiers. The new firm was capitalizeed : was years ago
and early summer. A large the state has been J I at $25,000 but the value has more on a spur of the A, C. L. R. .)to,, was.

part of the crop l last year started and early orangesare f I McThat'.ef. Is indeed an "old than doubled since. In 1909 Ross purchased filled with and now lime its cement ample spacerare
Graves I withdrew and established plasterand
a
was matured from the he.w.: now really for shipment.. timer." Ho made his first trip to {', store. of, hit own and the manager other building material.!, At the-

-- __ _c._ .__. I, ,In : .,... ".'fflW"-_ I _,."-"..," North)Florida Carolina.December,' '"1883- ; coming. '. :". "'*o1 1 tom:,."' i of .the re-organized company: pissed; present time this enterprising firm ir
I ; occupying something than 20-(
i: tj Alfred T.. Hixon. more (
Upon locating: in FlorJJa:, he engagepd j feet of floor and ii '.
In 1910 Mr. C. A. Carson: : whose: 1000 square space
in railroad construction work for I
a w-W e ability to pick\ the right man, w is i!already beginning to feel the need ot
( A. C. L. railroad and, was w'lli proverbial, c'lo'se a new ma"aser: in 1 more room. This great store as it is
//'h" fo' four CO""l'l'uti"r; lie operated is about as effluent is ,
sp the person of Mr. S. L. Lupfpr, who as
went into the sawmill b isinesn, j was .transferred from the head of the humanly possible with the number of. !
,, aril for t.iorlt) dev.ited hill
year< 1'1-1 jI men employed.
Ki'siinmee Lumber Company t the
r tire timet tfii work. I-'rtlo\vIn5! : i I jI
;| > : 1 i
of the lIar 1- It
management OwoUh has always been ready to help
that hewns, mndo Chief of I* ,lice
,. ofj j I ware Company: a pasit'on: thi t he i the reedy and its interert in all public .
'Kiysimmt I for h-i
y nn twenty: yeirs has filled! with MnnJ success to t'w enterprises and progress; is too
( served thnt hiserviee
Yals3 in |
> capacity. Pur'n present time. Under< his skilif.j' di- well known to need mention. Taken
i' '' H f'H"f of I*< ice 1 h1 nad'i l i I
je -t nil the t trade has prospered in a I Ina a \\h"le the Osccoln] Hardware
'It most fivirblo! record "take' "i; J
awn i r
wond rful manner until. ft the pros- Company in its service and personnelis
of mu.t1".1'
notor.ou
i 'I. desperate : ant time the corner of Stewart nv.1- an asset to any community and is
'' yFggmen :,I"i'il criminals, havi'/y made I flue and Emmett? street is regardedas I j i deserving of the confidence wh'ch the
t I. evicenre
more r'r and lyat'io'cil nor -
the busiest place in this city. public has given It
tr '' for "I'"Vit"l" than my m -njOJhtJiiuii'j 1- ___ _.
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x t t.C One important --
moat >
? - -- -- - -
was Ibo nrrc-t o7 -TahucT Will'nm', 'tIt I
murderer un I outlaw wantel I hv l the 1 I r 5 5 5 nw M.IWrYCaS..L.MI9uaa'Y..JCI
It ; South Carolina authorities. Williams, ,
"' 'ft.. :....J, =rl'... submitted ti(, arrest w.thout a move J. McPHATTBIl !
s .. n.- :
40 'Ii" to shoot or cKri-pe, snowing the cali: I r.C..t. ,
. ..'" :i'1w... : .. .,; : bre of the arresting 1 officer. i II
.
/", "" ;0 .i,'..... :-: I Thing have changed now. "MePhntter > Another AtrocityThe I

., ,_t',,,..J'.t. .,: ,.t .....'. ,. I is in the real: estate and rental latc-'t song hit frt in the Southland -
"., .., ,._.. .. business and knows! that bufinossan : "Oh, fither's joined the Ku
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I I. engaged in. He is well posted sheet.The! l'an'aktet.t' .
I -Photo .by "'I1c1..r'" Htudlo I I
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/Ira.lre Ira Ctld. I..okl.a now II. C. II. .k IJr.we 1--
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MARTIN'S !MEAT C. F. THRASHER I i r t't'w t'd u r y Lc

MARKET ENJOYS WELL KNOWN SHEET ,1I # J- r ;

DESERVED PATRONAGE I METAL WORKER I II

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"Twenty-two months ago I locatedIn "Yes," said C. F. Thrasher, the ; ;
Kissimmee. I came here from sheet metal worker "it is very peIs-: :( .
Ceorgia.; Thing, or rather business 1 I ing to state that I am doing): a nice i ij
opportunities up in Georgia, were j business, more in fact, thnn I really, ,
\o--y poor and I decided to seek new | can do alone and if business; i ir.crciSfI
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fields in which to do business. I took will have to put on extra men." '
nT1'Wr.M1rN
Le',4
a very close look at the various townsin I The above statement comlnjr: from: n I. ,,rrr rw} w''t{ ta tW'IM.:+ws'9Cbt""rcrwic.Y.v I rO' .n aLa :LpArL'M'.i"IkiNr _"O!'
Florida and selected Kissimmee as man who for eleven years has nerve I Ii Ij
ln'inR the most prosperous and to j the people'( Kiss'mmee and 0'I'Nln ,
:'h..tn 1)\ \\ Id.! H Stludlo
have the greatest number of possibilities county has with' it an encouraging ;'' I'U'I'\'U i.if'I.n-Oar 1aI.t: C'OI''I'' .
I choose the right town and am inur of prosperity. __ _,
satisfied the business future is bright Thrasher has operated his: business'
; I "
K'l-1, t Hack nt ITrii :.\W w II mi i her t-nln.;
)and 1 that we, of Kissimmee will pros- it one location 404 Portage street, I
for the eleven There he 'I i< )i'.il.r: \ r'U'ig: 11an'e: ', Driver) : "Yes, M-i ; I'll drive just as
per.Martin past years. P.- ohtifi'Yo'in! Ctv: Dim! "Ye", fast if the) own.-Au-
'
; ) ; : us \ were my :
is a thoruoghly experienced\ has made dll kinds of things that t'i II
ire-e: 'PI' t ti.-io; will: ro -1 ryou'l w''f>'i gusta Chronicle.
meat dealer and knowing how to building -of' "- house requires; meta .
;1 Le ul.li" to all the fe ti'.i- --- - --
i serve and meet the public is rapidly roofs, metal ceilings, side walls, gut for cany t'f Hiving It Emphasis
ground
'C ne C'"arv nn acre
building a patronage that is en- tern cornices in fact near everything "
very ; very i :in. the vest pocket." She- 1'aps! says you have more
Ills excellent that be made of metal "
rouragmg. roasts
can than brain!
(\'d l and the money
teaks and chops find their way into I Thrasher is a most thorough me- 11W "r- Wh Formo'"Yep" : crop Keggle! -"Hn.! Shows what an ass
in the
other.\
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: many homes in Kissimmee. His chanic, a good citizen and a life, 'op- -- he is. I'm broke."
'market' is located at No. 14 Broad- 'timistic booster who believes in the -Photo by Wllder's Studio I, Man (to taxicab driver)=-"Mister, She-"Yes, papa added that you

$way community. ,nEsin_ ...ONCE a Ln'ERIIOItS-"ANS, AOJVKW please drive fast or my mother-in- were.'!_London Mall \




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fnnw.n iTIVE BOOSTER NIJMBER-SIJPPLEMEN71* TO KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTED q FIRPAYj DECEMBER U. It 2>|!

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J. R. CLAY WILL KNOW NEW FEED STORE

II A. E. SMITH OSCEOLA COUNTY.TURKEY SPECIALISTTurkeys .\\7 '. WHAT AILS YOUR CAR SELLS FOR LESS

I : If you don't know about Clay and "We'' follow the chickens, cows, ami
I ... ftfw hid 'auto and machine shop service, in fact,'all live Block" said Leslie R.
Thanksgiving and then turkey bringing ten dollars wholesale -- It'.' time you were making his acquaintance j Squires, at the New Feed Store. Con.
Chirstmas and New Some profitable business. i lie Is the fellow who tinulng he said, "Chickens and other
Turkeys for Speaking of doing things in Osce-I has mustered, the art of idoln* all .animals must eat and have all the
Year That's the way they looked to ola county; the many things > kinds of auto repair work on all kinds]' other comforts thatthey should>have'.
the writer. A big flock of beautiful be done to make life worth living; ? ; ? of automb1Ies'wttbout') 'm:krnf 'a'}'In order produce the best results

big, healthy birds that glistened as the Turkey industry enters as a most false move and by so doing save you 'or returns in egg., milk or ,meat. Its
n the evening sun hit. their glossy interesting one. One hundred and the high price 'you usually pay for II our business to furnish quality feed.
ieathers. twenty-two turkeys'weighing an average the time'' lost by false moves or lost 'that will produce these rood return,,
A. E. Smith and the family, raised of twelve pounds makes one motion Clay knows what ails your I i We Rave them. Our:Red Comb Mash
these birds and they can bo justly thousand four hundred and sixty-four car and me to work on the "sick" for chickens. the "best ever." It
proud of them for they are equal to pounds. The wholesale price is fifty part without delay 'just makes them lay, big, .fresh, full
any that the writer ever had the cents per pound which brings a check Clay says, "The secret of doing weight eggs. For the dairy stork we
pleasure of seeing. There is one hun- I for seven hundred and thirty-two tuto repair work in a short time lies carry the "Ilapp and "Old Beck"
dred and twenty-two birds in the dollars. Some bqsiness. :flrst in knowing where the trouble is;. brands; the kinds that encourages
they will average twelve I Osceola county development and 'ecind, in having your tools so ar- your dairy stock to give more poundsof
pounds each and they will bring Arty I profits depend upon the courage? nnffd that you loose no time in butter-fat to the gallon of milk.
cents a pound on foot, in the whole visionjind work of the individual "c,,,; ''oo' inp' for them no lost motion/ The New Feed Store I. certainly
sale market.: One bird, a gobbler, J Success is to be derived from these f: "+ horsed/ 1'o'Inv -. well stocked with all kinds of animal

weighed twenty pounds. Think of a three things. Think it over. ( also' dos expertropilr work and fowl feed stuff; too numerous to

.,. +r s' s :an farm! ig n: uchinciy, gas engines, mention in this article; but suffice to
R r>el .'. He also rebu Us that each
......rr.irws.emar ( PUrn! pumps.IIle say special food is the bent
I J has a most eoniprete repnr shop made and is sold at a very moderate

sand I during h's long time here him price; entirely in keeping with theLeslie '
tudl"
I'I..t.> It. R'llde" a t
served liundte-l: I of people who aralisted Iuality.
o III). 1. "l. ISIS"II HI 11.111'10
____ _u __ _ ___ __ as his, ,-tcaelv, satisfied I customers R. Squires the manager, (is
---------- lie also carries' in stock bear- well known to I the people of K'aaim.

AN INDIAN MAIDEN, sibli" to find out their evances; and 1 i rags for! nearly nil makes of cars moo and Osceola county and he in-

11010' tin- i-n of goof J fi-elinif. SIT 1 Cive"; him your next repair work vitas your inspection and patronage
A S'OLJ>IEIl, A CANOK gi.int Nelson nnj an 11511 poldic-r ,anel you'll get quality work at a fair Hiii location is in the rear of Waters,

AND) .\ NAME wenelrctoj for the eiifticult andj'aijririu. 1 pruc-. and Cai con's grocery building.

() .. unelOrt.iking. Ihnigh -
\r. i I ," t' .till', !V '..lId elitebid" huso mid bake, thiouir'i 1 swamp: nod i
I." 'i, "i- d.I'" + iif t'H- S"I1Ii.lOJ: war, amii trnck'r._ forest with .1 the c'\e-l',present i
lie 1 e r'l I tie} doings, not! of II m:II Ol,11 p.>"ibilitv of stopping n bullet
', . I 't ,.f n simple In.lil1l1 I aeries from" tl.erifle of some lurking foe, l
and'I 'nr, :""fulI'ri1it" to sine'i.-ivi they Inertly; leuhei I their destination
'
% I'i'' i' I"\ei'. The story nin thitJIIII'r the' site of tiepicseit city of KISsimiiiee .
} / a tcMnpeii' cry truce in t..e- i That was no one there to ,
1 I I l\ \\': r i :i detcdel'nrnt' '; 1 ': of I'. S. meet them its had been arinnife 'I.
t I I-' | '.'..n't i Ironed; on th bivte I rll!'- Snsjice'11-ic, tieuheij they foiin,I a
I'' mi n'i i I n I I.."n \ ::1'::,,if. .. 1 I lie- s i1-1 e.nue1' and Jiaddlcd over tJ what is .
uii i ,. .I'"il i I',n. IInll\ i"- 1)1 our f"'i' .it 'rue1 new )known as IHin" "'-. or I'lem: nlt'K 4
n 1 III |p' ", \0-iH, I )Ii.111)( IIIJ! felltll., alii I Is1tnd;, t'1 1 iniKetheir c-amp. They .a
+ u1lbk>7 ."' 111).1, ) l I : ; 't n'i l. thebe.,lei or the1soix u.ad\l'1 it in the darkness' and began
TaNIV.I l" '!1'la/w"rl.ni+?' iqrt MM : nn" < the lad,! ;111 maiden!" anti bee their pi"i''pin'nt!ions!', when Kis'nnmecijeMe ; / l=l v
Hi.e' III' 'le'steel in hrr, Sn-'Mir the. nl\' appeared'! and besought tnemtn
I"'t.. \)\ \\"I.h'!) I f> 411' 1 1'1\\', l.ill 1,. "sonic i-l, n' f 11.1\, I. 1WIt': oat c'c-luy' The sun'' ,
I'' 'I.Of h Clio' 'I'1 IIh1:1Y 1/11Y111' : 11'I.Y, flla.l\: >.>''| 'u inailiif, l 'me! "I"'h vlie- paddle h' were .ippieiiicbniir, and l weiilil soon hon .
_ '11111'''e Ilc'e! us; II.. one I theiete then. Cjj-eklv they' Jlllnpe el lilt'
1 'It..l. ;G'ie'1) elid be Kuc".d. s. then! e-ini; e- end,I rowed nw..y in the

. F. MEIER-BLACKSMITHING AND AUTO REPAIRINGIn 1 Ilhl alld I e-isi':> ,:" h. IIJkd! w'i. tilIn dark ,"-!<. None too Bonn for tin I
1 ' iitiil.. MI l '.mi nil,) K'! "."'u'' h"r \ells 1 f'II'''" a-ij anj-e-r, from the In
I.. . tint tilt nat i\e>,s. ir"/eel e>n It ill duns) at finding their prey br 1'-

this day of fast transportation, to the nt\\' \\otk Unit has .in.<''i ciimrit 'e>n, inel forthwith ehr-sten-l' raped resiehed, their t'lr" But far
by automobile truck, ple-asure car and throih tile, speed ilrniuixj today iI" '"t "1\i :simmi-t. The light (':snot." more a,..on:7iiiir to the ears of Sn

by air routes even some of the peo- W, :Mi-ier, b'arksmith ?..f Kissiniiiiee I 1'he: nun- was transferred to tVmtiulen. grant Nelson must have been the
ple that are demanding this speej in J i sanexporienee.t nan in his ctrl! tluiiee to the like rind notes of tl\'c derth Hong of the matte! 1
everything little, think perhaps that line and aside from the rt' u'lIr | liver and When the fir-t white settlers Ki'simmee us 'they Molted out over
the blacksmith is just as an essentialcog lilacksmithiiiKork, does all kinds of came here to build the future the- silent e'rrlness! : of the w aters.l I j
in the machine of life, as he was lilac kMmthork en autos : ally, with care' good sense they eli1eiel With her life, .she pad the penalty o." I t Ptiotet' '. .
netessaryin l.yVll.ti r Slu.1l. 1
twenty years ago True, perhaps the repairing of same His, shop |, < el that. it should bear the name of .her fidelity to her white )lover and her I It II'IMIOK: H. I.. II. 0KIIW rm-'KT.: SIIINe.l.K eiMICKK
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there are not aft many horses to he is 1 located on Main street, near the the Indian. maiden ''treachery t to her race. To this diy j <- - -- --
shod, but that is nothing as compared Chri'tian churehHOME I The Ktory is not yet ended Relations it is asserted a canoe is sometimes --- - -
| between the whites and then visible on the dark waters of the lake, W. E. SANDERSON : FEELS GRATEFULFOR

.... ,- red brothers gradual'y became strain- propelled by no mortal hand but
;':r ; y' erf Rumors of I. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS I TilE
r. I Indian outbreaks at. guided it is supposed! by the spiritof PUBLIC'S
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"" t- distant points were hea'd; it wasf'lIr..1 the gentle: Indian girl' and it is AN OPTOMETRIST
that the chiefs were about to '!i.lloj'ed that p. favored few have been -- _. i APPRECIATION.
1-//. break the treaty and go on the war privileged! to hear the wild, weirJmusic I I -------
path again it decided I To utilize the skin of an animal f..r I "It Is indeed
; was to sendan of her dyin song, born by the pleasing tn know that
embassy to the upper river to''night breezes over the placid waters making a tent or house marked a our efforts to fully meet the wants,
visit the chiefs and I''of revolution in intellieence A stone of the
,, endeavor if pos- Lake Toho.peknliga. I people of Kissinnmeo in our
' was the first weapon. To attach a line is "
appreciated, said J. II. Harris.,
/ handle to the stone marks the
beginning manager for C. N. Kieldintr. dealer
.G .. ::..,.f-; _'''''' iII of the stone age. To sharpen in furniture stoves, bedding and
.
A-- . .. '. i f.l t 1v ." } f/""" ""..' "' the stone and make an axe and then
11 :, .of" 1 :.: : : 7-wr: fo kindred articles carried by furniture
", '. \o; 'J.J. 1f knife or arrowhead probably re- stores.'
1 b '', Continuing he said "We han
w'si ) ,1
. jl '"f : r quiied a good Jrenl'rationa.I .
'i".w' : many
',; .- ..,.,.. .. every justification for making the
.,1 ," rrti ; : ::. Taking there facts as evidence statement because
:( V.. ', I of the fact (hat
think of the time re-quired and so few
'h 11 i' i1 aY necessary people seem to think it necessary -
., -1<;,,;. study to enable man scientifically to buy their furniture and
to compute the refraction<< of the other home furnishing in the largertowns.

". sun's rays and then to apply glassesto > It is this spirit of co-opera
assist Nature. tion that
spurs the local merchant on
W. E Sander< ;n, an optometristwho ; to keeping his stock fully un to the

. :; OF p.v.. :\:1\: has been serving the people of expectation of a criticol-buy'ng' pub-
-- -- r t i Kissimmee and Osceola county for lic. I am very glad the people or
I many years, has the benefit' of thousands Kissimmee and vicinity appreciate.. '
MACH BROTHERS :i, ship rather than that of volume of of years of scientific\ researchand our efforts to supply their want in
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KISSIMMEE product'on, and while our present study, this gotten from the study our lines..
NASH 1 I production I is tens of thousands! of book
g.elt.tr : on optometry and more than Harris Is a newcomer In this
CAR DEALERS'There 'than it ,was two cr three years ago, twenty-five years of actual practice munlty, having been here abut three corns
it is far belo what we could turnout The parent, in turn receives the benefit months. lie came from Georgis.

have been few "Captains ofindustry" were" we to add more factor of this knowledge when he or she I+ Harris is a young, energetic busines!

that have made the wonderful i, space- E r -4 4.y is fittel with glisses, bv Sanderson.'I man who possesses the enthusiasm-
progress in the manufacturingworld The above coming from n capt sin I Sanderson, really needs no introduction t that is poi-ti\ely necessary. in the'
that has come to Charles W. of in,;ustry has a natural lendeicv 2 wk to the older inhabitants of i building: of any community and with
Nash, head of the Nash Motor ('o., to give; jii-jple! throughout the Urited this county, but to the newcomer we his. natural energy for business and
and of Lafayette Motors. Mr Nash States, more courage to invest and' cheerfully 'recommend him and hisglasses. his desire to carrv a complete stock
said, on a recent tour of the United more cleterminaitin to make good --., : i: of "Everything for the Home" he ii

L States, "For the past two years we :Mac: Brothers who hath,. N IIhalr..n'v I I hi,A fea'ure is the fact of him doinir I Inn I essential asset to the common ty.Hn .
liave been I'll.He Ii. \\11.1. r'n 5tuno, own grinding, thus fitting each motto I fs"We
adding units to our Kenosha here are' well and moot favorably IKMIK OF U. Til.I':II ( : hammer to build
and Milwaukee plants almost known, both in the automobile -- - -- j person, or eye, as pe-r prescription. ,, without knocking." In addit'on! he
continuously. Still we find ourselves industry and other lines They own MRS. J. I WOODBECK'S il Kryptok lenses that are known nato says "We have it-cr will get itor
unable to meet the demand for more' und operate* a lumber mill an I man. PARK HOTEL SERVES lona II v be superior, are supplied it isn't made."

Nash 'fours' and 'sixes'. It is a very ufactuie crates They have lived in MILLINERY STORE EXCELLENT MEALS i if desireel Also, any prescription Mrs. Harris the good l wife, ably
gratifying situation to be in, in one the Kl'-sirrmee district for the past -- -- I, I i lean'examination, be filled no matter who made the assists in the capacity of bookkeeper,
way. We would like to accommodate twe-nty-two years. As good, reliable Almost from the very day that --- Sanderson also carries saleslady and in general running of
those who believe in our product I..d l business men they bear an excellent Mr. Woodbeck began business in K""immhS8 in MIS Rose the I(la most comprehensive line of high- ]I the store.

to furnish them a car promptly when reputation and are always ready to KiK.immec her inviting millinery establishment owner of the Park Hotel, a memr>e-i' i class jewelry cut glass! and silverware I Their store is located at No. 20
they order it. At the same time the give their moral and financial sup has enjoyed a most liberal of her citizenship that thoroughly and does expert watch and ,Stewart avenue, and their P. O Box
reputation of our line has been built port to any worthwhile community patronage from the more particular believes in the future development of jewelry repairing.{. I Is 72, Kissimmee, Florida
up on the basis of quality workman- building (.ffol t. ladies of this community. Kissimmee and Oiceola county I I

There is an air of quiet refinement, The Park Hotc-l. under her muna.. .
1"... both about the store unit .M rVnml... .. '
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beck herself, that the better class of today stands as prosperedand il i- Osceola's Board
ladies a mounment to County j I Ij
U unusual appreciate and as she possesses !' the efforts of all concerned. Four.

q'r milliner, she1 accomplishments ns a years ago Mrs Rose moved to Kis ,
and her store are favored
simmee and since(' that time has been I
by the ladies Mrs Wood be k identified
--- : with the business life of I
tries to (fit
'--" I each personality with th. the community She i
owns the
__. :. .. ..... ,... i ; ... I proper shape and color, thus Kvino.t"II"h known as the Park Hotel pro.pI'rty and-
., '..c }...-. -.: < L ,- .. ... 4.. _.. .ro.. _.._:;_t'" which buyer often a hat that becomes hl'r. just recently had a very handsome offer I
is
I not the case with the for it, She declined .
it sell
to however
-- -" .-..' ;' big department stores where they
; saying that she looked for
: 'fiJ'r', Jir'- ''if ajfHin never. expect This to see the customer greater development in the near fu-a ,
Ii particular interest
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in each individual has made Mr?. Rose has built a I I
very successful -
-- many customers and friends
for Mrs. business, and that has been large
Woodbeck
and each day bring new ly due to the quality of her
excellent
ones sent liy satisfied customers. meals and short orders.
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ItRtY1'IIIRM-AGiC"TM Fort XAHII AMI AKIAM .. -
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CLAY STANFORD IS A mt'nts- that build; that -do-things es-I .. j1'; . -
PIONEER IN VALLEY I sential and necessary. - --- - .
As an enthusiastic
booster
for his ,
---- I home town Stanford has no peer and ; I -Photo by Wilder '
Every when he was needed .iLhHfl.v* men who believe
no second that
call
community has its old of constructive Intelligent publicity I.
was I ,. needa of their
timers'' and Kissimmee can boost of I necessary to get his every aa.istance. In even better I'ondilion. counly-and From the man who I. pUlllnsr Ua good .I
1U ahare. II. Clay Stanford is 'J. M. Han.ell 1118t. J; lIenry O. Parlin left 10 right they. are:: I\, B. Phil II pe. Olal.
of them (that for the past thirty one I Today Stanford is in the real estate Dial l 1; A F' Naas. nit 4, and O. W., Athlon DI.t. J,; a Road u D- Ov.rslreet. '
JBup rlnt
years or more has been rental' and insurance business nd nt.
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thmun with the upbuilding term he of the com-- ditions and his here continuous for the past touch thirty with years con. :ai. 5.i v, Fully Illustrated "he qualled.before.her glance/-,'',:

countyoIn State* Legislature gist places him in a position to ably sac illustrating There was, once an artist who was I be inserted a few words proud and b.ndedthe } j
aDd he also anyone a novel. "It'
served l on the local contemplating the a pity it'
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school purchase MS. to the 'Mill
love artist who read
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bard and In many'way. ,2f land or resident property. a tory, he said to the author ,
has
been His "because who> had often faced a charging rbt
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directly located only
Arf5 draW
aivociated with the ? over the Bank thing I can
move ,of County. really well 'Is a charging noceros unmoved, now quailed . ". '
I rhinoceros.
-Photo by Wilder. studio I And so the witthe .
F/ ? LAKIII VIEW M" picture ppearcd,
N-JHRS.. 7h e"y' replied the
1 M. A. B"A.Nt! OWNER turning to the author, words, "H. . faced a charginf Arhinoceros

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ONE ACRE POTATOES YIELDS 10 j jL "In the, Dear Florida"Old State of



BARRELS ON' KISSIMMEE FARM w't (Mrs), Nen Crilly Gates)
+ 1 to the dear old State of Florida

As a child( I used to dream.
-- .. K Of the birds and bees and flowers
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New 'York Cheese Maker The Seminole he rode the stream.,
.r44040e444004400e44o The palms that stand so state
Finds Better Profits In Royal ;

Trucking in Florida',-- FLORIDA In the Southern moonlight glow,
The oar leaves'a.
c 'they sway in .the
What M. D. Casler Is Do- 4jnT RUTH RAYMOND, 4 evening; .
4 Bt. Cloud.. Florida) 4 Where the Suwannee River flows.
ing In Osceola Countyyo'"If 4 4 These 'joy and gladness
Come away from northern snow- ar In my childhood happy home;
Kissimmee had 100 truck farmers 0. drifts' r Take me back to Sunny Florida
with' the gumption of a louse To this land of fruit and flowers No.more from. her I roam.
this section would not have to dependon 4 To this land where joy ii Ailing 4 J ; C i

anyone else for anything:,"said M. All the sunny, 'golden. hour In Dear old Sunny Florida '
D. Casler, living on a little patch of .. 4 Where the red poinsettia grow.
fifteen acre on the outskirts of Kisimmce Red-birds singing, martins wing- Their leaves are gently waving
to the writer who had visited In the moonlight silvery flow.
his farm to find out wha.t the untiled Blossoms springing by the way Where hand in hand together
land truckers had accomplished this Find new pleasure, laughter, In the sunshine we may roam
season.! leisure, Where: beach meets gulf and ocean
When Mr. Caxler spoke of "gump- Winter fair as fragrant May. .1 And the land of Home sweet Home.
tion," he meant "sense enough to tile .
drain their land. as he explained < Come and know this land alluring 4 N Take me back to Sunny Florida
lie has been trying to farm for !several 4 I On the broad Atlantic shore
years "depending on the heavenly Florida:! has grace untold, 4 Z'c'.r'f"' The palm leaves wave to greet you
I climate and God's showers" .Ito, She will give you tender greeting 0 There's a vine clad cottage door
make him a crop. Three years out of 0 Whey tea breeze kiss the flowers 1
four he failed to grow anything because She will fill your hands with gold. : NYP .., And sunshine reigns supreme
of either too much rain or pot < ew..y ryM In Dear old Sunny Florida

enough rain. "Even at that," he ,a0400044aa04fi4404444FIRST *: 2&cL: r- The land. of happy' dreams
about broken NowI --- -- -" "
maid, "I have even. -
am going to tile my entire fifteen IMPRESSIONGOES t CARSON
acre this summer and plant for two FAR TOWARD *h '. .,. F FARMER THE
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and three sure crops next fall,' win I ;: z1I -J. '. -tt(, PROTECTOR OF HOMES

ter and spring" SUCCESS I ......".'., .. .....,. -. ; ; .
The one year out of four that he "
succeeded, ho harvested 105 barrel !' That the impression goes along I < The .man or woman.who is privi

of Irish potatoes from one measured way toward the ultimate sacfc't I I -I' )oto.by Svildur's! : ,Studio leged'home to is call Kissimmee'' of. '' the Valley
aero of land, and sold the entire crop of any business! is n well knftwti ] IVrr.HIOH OI'1', IO"USt:4tlel..JAn: : .: LIMIT SIOUIJ entiled; to fee congratulat:
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"run of the field" for five dollars abarrel fact. These impressions natural, fcrsuccess I -- - __ ___ _u__ ---, ---- -.... -' ...-- ed, said Carson h'amee. "tor as-
without picking them or should l be good ones. I suredly I know of no'' more nttrac.ttvely -
up For take the front door( OUR TELEPHONE and money saver in flip civilized . No.: WJiat; 1. (loatejl'spot'! in Florida
having; to for barrels, the purchaser I example "
being rav br. Phillips of Orlando, ; I I or entrance of a p-rocery tnre. If I COMPANY SERVICE world 1 todn)'. Many bu'ine'n menhiV2 "Whofiat" .guy -you were talking I I Continuing he said, "And the,etas.
frnn.sacteH the *
of of
pai'f nice "
preutest tB!
so people who
then that same spring. he took from that entrance is clean, well painted go' to make tip KisBinnhee -
SAVES TIME their business by telephoneIt: keep(; "A'Y.th. inold family cJrugi nnd environs,,the modern'
the same acre forty bushels of sound and Inviting, your first\ impr*'sion iI l is them in touch wth''the: '' hl1'and "( T and
r PA' gol-t. ; beautifully
hard corn fertilizer.The !grown. without any additional ,the t hat same the goods standard.carried And are they also usui'l-up to We, who are prcne to pick up our' bus filers I1S0t'utn'R'; !' rdlesof' \local i "Whnt\ ; did: he ray" !" ,,.they occupy, surrounded the moral and residences spiritual
1 telephone rero'ver: in these bu'.ytimes conditions or distance. The lIephrn I "No"" air that
that Mr. Caller .. I Iv For concrete cxnmp'e we ptevades'the 'mmunftyU
next year after are. a .
and wait has become
perhaps fr matter < the w'ld.1or these
a : n -- -- -- things
are what
bought five acres of additionalland ( fight you the Midwuy Grocery. store( of ten or fifteen seconds for the familiar nationt; : has made the continent h DEAL the Valley so desirable.'makes" life in
for $550. He c'eared, plowed and now in their new quarters. next do r "number pleaFc," shake the corrmunity.Ivistimniee, : .SQUARE Carson
planted two and a half acres of that to the pout offico. Mig plate window Farmer is a writer of fire
hook and down and is
up perhaps! mum indeed! fortunate in STATION 'OPERATED insurance ana has
five acres in cabbage and cauliflower, with new gold sigrs on them that stonco protected as many
b'e, think choice who and
; grunt or a very 1111- having n man understands, or more homes than the
hitting a good Reason the entire grow- hold your attention.; Step mx'd! BY LIVE WIRETo average insurance -
Fortment of cuss words! about tie: l ht!cl:< today( the people of the comiiunity man. He
result he sold the and immediately see nice, clean represents
ing period. As a you very
of 'ervice.
are leccivint that
a telephone serv ce strong, reliable
insurance
crop from the two and a half acres, white shelves filled with popul t" Don't "I dcn't," for the equals the best and in instances companies
say great many apply the term "live wire" to an who.are known to make
on the field, for $500.:> ( or within fifty brands cf canned goods" that ;look quick, satlsfactoryy -
mnfority of us do that thing is far better than Thinkof ,
very many. individual carries with it adjustments In
usually an '
dollars of what he paid for the entire appetizing and inviting. A fellowi case of loss
without will without stopping to think what '''a the many steps you save and the understanding that the one tagged Farmer 1 Is said to be 'all\
five i any appetite get hungry'and wrapped up
acres. wonderful service calls and do make that in his '
we are permittedto many can ,
This after having his early '' a hungry man will bjy mere you with the term has "pep, energy, and business. This no doubt' is
year wind than he intended to. t.> How many of us understand otherwise would require hours knd is of a progressive type. In this true, but It is quite evident he finds
encumbers chilled by a sweeping just
a little bit, about the perhaps days to do. Its a wonderful fits ample time to boost
.. particular case the application the home
Next time sent "friendwife" town
for two days, his only paying crop | you are by
do the workings of a telephone system? service and if you doubt it. just try man in its entirety. I and officiate as president of the
has been his early table corn. FlftnnACTt'a to grocery shopping I
Very few of us, that's certain. The taking out phone. You'll be Chamber
1 your i E. Reminsrton the proprietor of the pf Commerce.
into the Midwav and wilt
the finest thegriter drop
of that corn you
majority of us cannot draw sufficiently Square Deal Station located at city I I service and J
service
ever saw taken to market aa readilv understand what influence a aamighty
"roantln". ears" has been sold for for- |'I well kept store of quality groceries upon our imagination even to solryI"G. limits, on Main street conceived the ,Is big work in the business
ty cents a dozen, and you can figure has on you. Its located next door to pitcure what it mutt be like. j I O. K." i idea of supplying the people with the world of today, and on It many a
the results in cash for yourself. ,:the post office and M. 1. Stout is the I| Intricate, indeed, are the working A young woman received from the things they needed most and In con business and professional man baa
Now come the moral of this story. owner. of the telephone service; so inten-ive- bank a budget bosk. Her husband sequence put in a stock of groceries, -builded his success.
O.ler has decided that if this land I It|the ao there must ,be an expert "on found every week an item describedas Texico gas: oil and greases. Alsoi I Farmer's office is located over
is ao rich and the climate so generous !I job" every mInute to take care "G. O. K." tires and auto accessories. II* came I Roberson'. Drug Store, 22% Broad
that he can once in four years First "Maker of Ladies' Garments of It, and an executive at the helm He inquired the nature of it. I here about three years ago and with way, Kissfmmee.
sufficient to grow cover all the losses of "The discovery of King Tufa tomb who not only understands:! the telephone "Well, dear, if you must know"' him there came nine members of his
the years of failure without either has made business goad." mechanically, but who understands replied the blushing !lady: "there always family. t tI 04400000000ee041000e '
he make I Second Ditto-"Yes- But now let human nature in order to be seems to be some amount fcr I Remington is a young man and .i.a U Go P. KRIBB8
Irrigation
drainage or can
twice as much with tile ;I us hope that no archeologist ever discovers *xv ... '*i%die the subscribers and which I cannot account and G. O. thorough believer in Kissimraee and J BTKKD I II
every year Sri
drained land and wells. So he Is tiling the tomb of I."'.."- Farm employ 'I.- K..' ft-nds for 'God Only Knows'." the district. Our entire county would KRIBBS &
his entire fifteen acres this sum Life. The telephone is the greatest time Forbs. :profit if we had many more like him. ,

mer he already haa the well and I I6 Attorneys and Counselors at Law i

pump-and next season results that Kisaime...,.;Fl t ,4
are results may be expected from the 'at .+ car .. .a+ca.ita w.wwmvw+oc..ca.wgaass,+arermn ..........; s4' x, : r. j
cheese maker who came to Florida '- .. a, 1 4 i r I,* General 1 Practice: ln>l "jfcat and>,
after losing his barns and dairy and r 4>,' United States CoirU. 4'404040400000004e.00P

i factory by fire. t. :

Mr. Caller has noted the attitude:! .'.",.,,,," J
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tile-drained and irrigation well far. / .
mere He overheard one man in a ; tJJ. $ ,DR. R. J. DENNING c *

bank applying tor a loan to assist i ,./ *
him in putting In a big crop last lea.I' '.. : DENTIST Z
n. The bank asked first of si1! ,.,'".. .,. .
"Have you a well and tiled land" .,. ." : .,.. ........... \- 4 Over the Postof Ace t
and upon being answered in the rea-: : t. \.tJ. .. / ,. 4 OFFICE HOURS: 4
tive, concluded, "I am sorry, but thereis .- o 9:00 to 12:30: 1:30 to 6:00 4
too much risk in lending-" money 01 4 Residence Phone 174Office- e

a crop that is neither tile-drained nor 1 \ \ II \ \ 40' Phone 158 >
oHiblo to he irrigated." 4
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He hHs visited the Sanford trucking :, ,, \,;, \ \ # to 44444440440404444400 "
district and seen this spring farazners ,I
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crop : I .. 4
after having taken a crop of let 'I' : ELLIS F. *
tuce and two crops of celery' from I I II DAVIS
the same field, and still having a can I .. .' '.0: t
coming on in the field. I u ATTORNEY AT LAW
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The results there have convinced him! I : i"i"I $ OFFICES: :
that tiling is the thing-.and he hasthe .. . "
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"gumption" to at once. ;
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is Studebaker Year" said N.I j" '. :
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('. Bryan, the Kissimmee representative F. JOHNSTON a. P. QARRETT:
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he said "Yes. it really .
Continuing
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(1M 'Studebaker Year' our sales, and j GarrcttATTORNEYSATLAW :
for that matter, the sales throughout < :
the United Slates, show a big increaseover
those of former years. The pr>o- I I : OFFICES: .0-.0-

pie have always appreciated the value 0 10, 11 and 12. Osceola Bank .0-
of the Studebaker and w'th the cominr Building 4

out of new models, more people. eich a' !' i
clay are becoming owners of the Stude N tk KISSIMMEK. FLORIDA A
baker. 4.
At the Kissimmee Studebaker headquarters ilrr'S .oOo .... .....+ . .

you are sure to find just the h ......0.-00+ ....... .
car to fill your particular need, be it .
an open car or one of the several distinctive o. BRINSON & RENTZ
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closed models. If your preference -
runs to the "light special or bigsix" : .'
you can be assured that the car .. _. .... -. -. .. -- I* Physicians and Surgeons *
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of "' "
your choice will give you the utmost
in satisfaction and service. So i. Office Over Rexall)) Dri-g Store, *

well known and so popular has the -Photo by Wilder' Studio I,* Kissimmee Florida *
Studebaker within the last (, OK WII.DKH'H STUDIO o ?
car became Office Hours: 11 to 12 and 4 to 6

worth.few necessary years that to tell no .words of its are superior really CATCH THE SHADOVi' ERE i THE SUBSTANCE FADES AWAY :((00* 4044044444044444400 Office Phone: 45 or 3 O


Since opening the Studebaker agency I
her about three years ago Bryan has From a mere boy in knee pants J grew up in the profession. Duringthe half-tone cuts in this Issue were made all,that pertains to them are carriedin 044000004044400000044MILTON

done much to uphold the reputation of John Wilder has "shot" people, ani- late World War Wilder was one from his pictures. His Studo work stock. A most complete line of

the car he is Belling. I mals, buildings, growing things and 'of the ot official-photographers for the covers the making of individuals, of Brunswick Phonographs, pianos I
In addition to the Studebaker, the string instruments and the latest popular *
Xissimmee Auto Co. have the agency i in fact very near everything that United States government in France, groups and little children. His baby hits in records and sheet music. PLEDGER

for the popular and well known Chevrolet -(I could be "shot. No, he did not kill and now has a most interesting collection pictures, very difficult to make, are :. As part of the firm Miss Wilder, .
and Its in a class by itself, having! *I any one, nor did he go to jail for of pictures taken over there especially good. His kodak finishing acts in the capacity of saleslady, : Attorney At Law J
proven Its real worth to thousands of i there is no law that prohibits a man that he prizes most highly.Wilder's and printing Is the best possible and bookkeeper and treasurer. Meetingthe
. satisfied users I I or woman taking a picture providingtheir ability as a commercial his reproductions and enlargements people with an agreeable smile i *
'.., The Kissimmee Auto Company, and subject is not a fort or some photographer can best be judged by,, are all that a critical patron can an- that means much to the success of',, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
aU associated with Its operation, are government property. seeing the many pictures he has madeof the business. Mrs. John Wilder'also
'. firm believers in Klasimmee an 'en I Wilder, is a photographer born, his I thousands of things outside of his fram-ing. : .graces the business wlth.ler.Ptelence li. !

1 virons.' + father was a' photographer' and, he Studio. ", T het great. .majorjty. ( 'of the| i and _bly assists in every capacity j I( .+.,..:.......! ..

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, ',. Why We Love Florida '

Florida in .GrowthTwo
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JOY of living is a real part of the daily life

Florida numbered l less than a THE Florida. Thousands of people,come, here ,each

decades inhabitants ago, barely $25,000,000 was in-' year from other states and :other climes who

W million ; 1 less than $35..000,000 distinctly glad day by day that they
vested in the industries of the State ; ; are glad -

was the value of the annual outputof have come to Florida. !

its inherent activities. Today ((1919 cen- And we want them to come. We want YOU to {i

) stretching from coast to. coast, come because we love Florida we love to live
figures
sus capital investment of $206,294,000, distrib- here. We feel that while the air, the scenery, and

a uted over 2,581; establishments,. produces an an- j jI .the abundant production of ,the soil makes this a

nual output valued, at $213,675,000 ; more than 1,000- j jj I section of never-ending charms, it is also a region of
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State more than $1,000,000- ... everincreasingopportunities.. (..
the
000 people inhabit ; "., ' 1'- -'' ".' " -
000 is the true value of the improved property ; :... ,' '' ., _' : '( We concede ,the inadequacy of this edition to

which, through orderly though rapid growth, now ,. ... . . "" ,, ,, ..:",' '''' . .--. carry to you a description of Florida. The state is

houses the thriving, energetic population of Florida, Q. --------III----- like a precious gem-with myriad facets-each one

and the great and diversified industries that mark I Bt''\ a%t-OW HOMK OF J. ('. (iHIKFIX of which reflects a rainbow of radiance. No writeror

her commercial and agricultural greatness. Con- I -- -- magazine'can give you an adequate descriptionof

sider for a moment that Florida is the leading Statein the different things which are offered by the

the production" of turpentine and rosin ; that it iOPERATES MANY KINDS OF varying combinations of healthful sport, or ''of the "

ranks third in the manufacture of tobacco ; ninth in .'. different crops that grow, or of the different oppor-

the production of fertilizers, and tenth in the pro- I BUSINESS UNDER ONE ROOFEverybody tunities in'commerce and trade, manufacturing and

duction of lumber ; that 52 per cent of the asphalt of amusements which exist, all inter-connecting with

lies in Florida and that it .is the chief I
the world the other advantages of the state. ",
of phosphate rock. In in Kisaimmei- knows he owns and operates more business { .
I source of the world's supply "Dad" Montgomery or at least they than any man in Kissimmee il tel-! | But we have attempted, in the best manner'pos- "
the value of the mineral products of the State He is ing the exact bUllinl'AIIltatua of ,
1900 have heard his name. a very sible and within our limits to give a sample of
and in 1920 this value had grown to unique character in the business and "Dad" Montgomery and his operations I| you
was $3,326,517, progress of Kissimmee." lie is the in the business world. Each at least a few of these delights and charms, in order
$22,924,000. In 1900 the output of lumber in Floridawas of large and substantial separate business carries the name of !
owner a very that form in mind idea of
Broad- "Casino" prefix and should you may your own some
788,905,000 feet whereas in 1920 this outputwas business block which faces j,' as a I
banksof way. corner of Dakin and runs entirely ,I', "I>ad" alert any more, they, in turn I what Florida may mean to you.
1,000,900,000 feet. In 1900 the National through the block to the railroad will also be called "Casino" as their
And in conclusion that this edition is
Florida had resources of $9,642,703 ; whereas in track. In that building: he operates first name. I I we say
de- ten distinct' lines of businessand "Dnd" Montgomery is one of the ; your invitation to come to Florida. We know thatif
The
1922 this figure had swelled to $146,076,000. they are as follows: in the frontof original characters that has a "thin |
posits of National banks had increased from $6,435441 ,- the building: he has a confectionery tank"' of hit own and while his business -, you appreciate the things that make' life lovely

banks cold drink, ice cream'and candy operations are many and diversified and worth while, you will want to come to the State
all other
of
to $103,227,000. The deposits store; also, the entrance of the only l. he is ably managing each and 1 '
had increased from $3,714,831 to $99,224,000. In theater in Kissimmee. Next door in., does it with an ease that shows exccutive ,, whose beauty and charm will appeal to your aesthetic -
front there is a most complete cigar, ability far above the average senses.If .
In 1900 the State expended $765,800 in building tobacco and cigare'te store that al'o "Dad" came here six years ago and

schools and in 1920 $6,563,100 was expended for this rairr.4 high-grade candies. Up stairs at once paw' the business possibilities you do come Florida will extend the glad
there is an apartment house; also. and (tot busy. He is a strong booster hand 1 and a hearty welcome.
work. recta! On the Dakin avenue side is and bl'lil'lhllt co-operation; in com .
n a barber "--hop storage room shoe repair inunity litnldintr is veiy ese tint and I r+ '4'+++++++.+++++++.C p.. o ooo oe..oo..o .eo
!shop p (Osingclean'njr' and repair >ay'O with his ihec 1 < in the ,bunk, .
< '": ., liUo a stiles room in which.ill ; and f not hot air' He, fully recognizes
., k mil- if -eoonj hand J: 'uti.. 111'.' t'llit. K 1 ih-immee needmore; hoiiMingai r --- ;-- ,
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I. 'V t lil and repaired. Last but ,d J Hd\irtismg and! does hi>> "bit" asa ...t.
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AND CAFE MAKE Florida's Greatest Assets LUC'II.K! JOHNSON JUSTICE MADE: () SK.NS; BEFORE

APPEAL I I v{ i OF TilE PEACE
SPECIAL Imi- liE COULD WALK
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traveler Iapt {Ii.!' becou'! if It'were not foe t'1e rmarkalile 1 : "\' said t
Thn average stranger or l' t.ift71a1 } For. the Jmhl tl'at'o'l <<;?8, i Ernest U Green, the
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to. judge a town by the quality i climate the: e"turdinnry'I'Ty'n't' : ,. . of law ) years exclu : sign\ flan anj tferorntDr 9 made
of its cafes t.ml restaurants. IissimA I ''-8eaops.AVoiilii: : rot Le possible was lyelyt'mnn'twork, j'slgnt!, beforc'J could walk or talk.Factl : .
in this should be classedA. and the great Diversity: of : Today things have'iehanged3andtour'sisters I ( '
mee regard crop | !', the"lIinl'l, make today are
-Vlioto by Wittier Studio:: wives and mothers b
1. for Dayson's Hotel and Cafe is could not be. There is anct'ier reason ..nnd"Ientanlnrry Hiill.llnK. llnvlnv Cnnlno... Thralrr and Trn OtkrrHuKfnrHwrM play a >g for the 'other fellow: the one'. I
the in the
far above the average small town why climate is Flir'di's most I mlrr its Il4if.,. part lit poles, court room Mimic 1 years upo, before I could walk t,
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and the \be 'ch.
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potent and productive' asse-it draws !
cafe
or restaurant. or talk were PI. de to show my mother ,
The service i i.also an important people! from all quarterto bathe in In Kismniinee we hove a lady whoi what I wanted."
ii. winter hme II. M. BREAKER 'VEN N En-SA : i i., entitled to use ns nn affix, the let f
part of a safe's attractiveness and at sun< and one th" )' 'V'EUCO.STATIONEUY Ernest: I.. <;MI-M is (the 'jrn painterand :
Dayson'n every attention is given to are here the investment fp;)o'tunnies LIVED IN KISSIMMEE tors. J. 1', upon signing her name t'> decorator of Kmimm-e.: lie I I"i"e.pl'elal ;,
'attract them and remain I" legal document. Snc is Mss I I.ucilvJohrsi'n
the guest, and promptness and courtesy many to dej '
stress the and
are a feature that at once ap- i velop j' their properties. It invari by ,' FOURTEEN YEARS -HOOKS-filFTS Just'ce; of the Peace: Notary: while' he will, make on word the other(rolil kind ,.
peak and in particular, to the man follows that one brings ttnoth r, and'i ITo i I'lildi.and Expect Stenographer. in fir't .-Jas1 you
work he likes to niako!
or woman who is i accustomed tj rely: thus Florida U prowinp- and expa'id- bane lived in one town for fourteen '' In the vea's gone bv it was in.lei-'l, Woe be unto the man who commits the 'irnlir! ri-
ice. I iiHf at a rate which rau'i1all who yens an-I to have been engagedin a flue thing to see a businfh operat- is I misdeed/ and appearsbefore Just e cres. Fo- several) reasons
.
A most'; Tpablf, chef i employed': vvitiiess it to w ,n:l'r. the. real estate business a \big, ( part 1,1! bv one of the fair sex ; a woninn. lof i he I'e.tce Jc.hnHon.1:; that Ju<. the kind fold one* First,. ,it-i the classy "
and the menus prepared are very I\ 1 F onn: (Oitober) to June: the wetthe- of that Line gives the average man Today, however woman ent"rs the tics of the Peace Johnson does mi' beit ; second its, its the the sign that loons:: I
palatable, varied and IIpl'lizingThl' ; in Florida go-Orally i it id-al. Summers a very comprehensive knowle Ige of business and professional field as a feel 1 for the poor unfortunate, for sin i ;attention third sign; that att'ertithe (
best of teal estate value both city: andcountiy I does' )but i if the tol l b of the stranger, thus
I meats, and the season's:\ offerings [ are pleasant; Kea "brt rxe-i are so > matter of fact, without: causing unusual case happens ';lKi, iiT: to .the commun'tv; a stan'inj t
of fruits and vegetables arc .frequent as to tempoeven tin, wirme property. ctnimont. You will see themas ono of wife desertion or family n'f! ( 1
served in a meet attractive manner. t days. Drrujrhts; are unknown in ,; H. M. Breaker: has that "know" (executives doctors lawyers, buyers lert, Justice Johnson gives the culprit !- j Green pr.vren has and prosperity. .j
( I lived in Kissimmve for
The pin and deseits are especially Florida nnd in the rniny tasteful and toothsome. I June to S'ptemhc>> --'he I mee and O-tceola cjunty. He located they are equal if not better than Miss Johnson is a native daughterof i known.past thirteen: years and in wellj 1 1t
Uayson's Hotel and Cafe is the showers are intermitte-t nnl I refresh |there in 190U! and l at once engaged in man. They are to be found in very Florida and has lived in K'issim- j 1
"Commercial Man's Rest." Every ing. The normal rninfull in Florida: i, he real estate business nnd cont'liui near every walk of !life, including mee for the pest two years.. In he- | "It's such u bother deciding about 1
room has hot and cold water; also bell i is but S3: inl'heR.'aninJ!' from :M< i "i in the busine-ts until October, 1923. policemen.In I professional work she draws legal holidays."
service. As a whole, Duyson's: Hotel iiube. at Key West to about <<12 and Cafe is the best in Kissimmee. Il'A in the northwest coast.U.MIO ,| Pho"nix Assurance Co., of London, successfully operate a most up-to- Building. j ime! where., "-London Opinion. 1u
1 England.
+ . .r .. w .... .Ytwn.+, | Breaker formerly served two termsas date and stationery gift show book Wenner-Snwyer office stationery I

i l city councilman. From 19-11! I to ('0. i is the firm name and they are locale 'I' r .. ..,..,. 0p
I I 1912 and 1919 to 1920. While he mwi I at No. 114 Broadway. 't ., ',j,. ,
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makes '
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a specialty of fire insurance For ten years they have supplied I 0ti
''he will
gladly advise any prospective the people' of Kissimmee. with the tia

k 4i'i" I! real estate purchaser as to value- various, things' usually carried by ahtore. I t tI tI tI to

I I book Each ladv possesses avery (' I
I Quick Lunch keen business instinct and! avery P h ' II
He was unaware of the eccentrictii'H pionouneed optimistic spirit thrt I cr
to l lop found in I the Wild West speaks. well for their broster tendency
| when he entered what seemed to \be to financially assist, any community
the only hotel in the place. Art building effort. I e
P ushering him to a table and g.ving the --
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strnn (r a .gin H of i ii e-watcr, the INVEST:; : I :Nit; K:AI. ESTATE:
waiter inquireil : I ,
+ .t i, r 4 "Will von have snu a''e on toa't ?" what better, investment ran be i.f
"Nn.: I nevt-r cal ','rn," the guest fei-eij than real estate ?! In t'i sec
replied.! t nn of Florida real i state: valve', neaikancing 110PI
"In that : at a great ranThe d PICI
case, aid tlic" waiter: -
nuuil t for lots,
"dinner is over.-The (Opin ){oltd. acreage and louses> i is -
0"i the increase. Huy ie"I| -stile. and
get in on the earning'x so
that '
Statistically ale sure( .
Speak'ng to
A man went into ('oh,."',, Hook follow.- - sit
Store and asked --- -- I .
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you a copy
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lof 'IVhos Who' and l 'What's> What' I .. . thwt
'[by Jerome K. Jerome-?" foes your father t eve- I .' .,.

i i ?Jlt1 replied' : "No sir, but vejKot pray"Yes?", a. _.-_-_-_._.. J.,_.,._..__, ' + .. ,..-r. r..w'wsr.R'. J1 J yeso
ma'am.
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tty of the fruit Just try tV.cm for SCHMIDT BROTHERS I PEACH TREE 17; YEARS OLD :W. H. JONES- ;and was formerly superintendent of
'COUNTY AGENT JUNE yourself': and be convinced. I eon'tlrlu..d, ,the Kisslmmee let Plant ,for sometime
REPAIR AUTOMOBILES < from par II TRANSFER MAN '
Another in which I
industry see '
I orange trees and had of the
CONTRIBUTES AR- .great pons'bllitea! for our county is mixture left. Borne IN KISSIMMEE i' Jones came to Klssimmee thirteen
GDNN dairying 'especially because of our "Yes we repair ell I kinds! Of auto Young trees set in recent:: years years ago. lIe came here from Ohio.,
GUY access to all' the principal maik- mobiles fact is, j>ve have worked on made d { Upon his arrival he bought twelve
TICLE SHOWING PROG eta of the etate coupled with our ex 'very near all the makes made in the years astonishingly rap Jones Bays, "We go any place: -anytime acres of land upon which he built*
celled pasture land and soil that will Un.ted States and while some machines -- aft-u' any where, (except Sundays) house: then he sent for his wife. Today
grow an abundance: of-feed which! is are more difficult: to make raI -,, have By that Jones mean he hauls freight that house has been replaced: by
POSSIBILITIES on yielded gbod crops.' (I household! goods or In ,fact anything a new one and instead of one houseon
RESS the key to success lIT dairying.We I, pair cn we, however; hava never This season Mr. Seaman has been '
nave I rho soil and climate that failed to..r.'akelood"/ and turn out a haulable. r the place there is two/ lie also
selling poaches in St. Cloud his '
----- nearest | There really Is na neei to Introduce has a nice eight otdorange
will grow the a* can be proven satisfactory Job. Wo fully realize year.
crops market since the middle of '
Says: "AllVe Need Js More by our.successful farmers over the that 'our n Is at Itale. and March. Two he netted I iW. H. Jones to the people of Kissing; grove. "'**- 'Jfcfl-; ,
customers years ago :mea or Osceola county for.he had I< Jones is a good citizen arid believes
Energetic Men entire-County. All we need I is .more satisfied make good boost- .
from his from his
Interested fGCO crcp'and Os
; boosters"'said ved here for the past thirteen year in his home town and, I its future
Intereted* ercrgetic, men who wl.l.: ers and >ve try to nicks ceola county peach orchard. This 'Iii
,:Who Will Give the Soil a give the coil a chance.. ',' Lewis Schm'dt one of. the broth' year he has the largest crop tha trees
The County:.Agricultural Agent I ta era.I .' .., ' j .
i 'have' .borne in three' yean, ha' da- .
Chance"
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here to: help! advance the' agricultural I I I'I' The above 'statement Is just!: about clare I. I. -,t'I "
1_ ;. .0.---- interests of, the county and will always the trtie status of Schmidt, Bros.
,Editor Booster Number Gazette be found resdy to co-opnrate They fo a very large amount of 1 IUSSIM fEE MIDWAY CITY -
Dear Sir: with you toward that end. More work and are most -
For the l>enl'fttf the readers of har. and confcienltoua and Continued from pave 11 I
farmers will mean more crops men; cnpab'o } n < .
Co-p (- Rooster, Unuo am though they were in a conservatory
your brief vented nnd more products will mean when they look yrur car or (truck over
giving H summary of the ag>% better markets for our products. This and tell you the trouble you can j Feeds Large!!! Area
riculturul pp3jiU.ities) our county. carload what I lOne might think that there' is ni
has shown depend they
: been clearly in our upon say.
The soils vary quite a bit In different all home hav- business for shipments this fall which have Both boys are products
part of the county. A large netted the growers excellent returns. ing grown up with the town and in immediate Lounds of the town;
part of the land is typically net wood need Introduc- but there are seventeen:: grocery stxtea.
Your for Progress. really no
-(d with a large growth-of ,pine consequence cf In the town alone and only three drug
cove boosters
.J.; R. GU N. tion. They are a very Well's Raffia
which gives the beat reference for County Agricultural Agent. ;, pronounced type. sto-es; there are three double blocksof Shop.W11OLiSAh .
fine trucking soil. Besides! the adaptability ,business! house, every onset which
for trucking the flat wood ---- - carries a full and select line of mer- .

soils are covered with ,excellent! gram chandire of its peculiar claT There and RETAIL
Thousands' of -- ... is hardly hour of the day when
grade an
for livestock. .... I
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cattle and several, herds of pure-breJ bn'h sides of the street are not lined .

cattle raze over this uncleared land with automobiles the occupants: are i
annually. trading or transacting business in

Our farmer* ate fast waking up to ; town while on Saturdays parking I Kissimmee Florida
the possibilities of this land and are .\ 1:1: ) space for the late in the diy comer
planting larger acreage cf truck and t r"I cannot be found on the entire lengthof I
Btrawberiles each year. At the pses- 1. the street. This business is drawn -
ent time we have over 60 acres of I #- I Iifs" from practically allover tho county

land tiled for irrigation and drainage 4tw is thousands of homes being scattered I ) 0Pd (
and on this tiled land this fall are i iI about over the vast area, and with a
being raise 1 Fuch crops as peppers, good or fair road from each t<> the
eggplants. English peas, firing: beans, main h'ghway, all of which lead like

and cucumbers, which nro b-imjinst! I I II the roads of Italy to the Cap'tal Cityof .._ _
top prices on tht; markets such as ,I the littlo empire of Osceola.I w I

New York, Ila'timore, Philadelphia II I Cool in Summer, Warm in Winter' 1 _. ___ ___ .._ .__.__ _
I It is amusing to watch the look on .
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A I t the fece of an old Kissinme resi- -

I dent when you ask him: "Are you
going away for the Summer?" "No
jj sir!" he will snap, back at you. "I

,j took my family North four years NASH fOUR
ago and had to hurry back home to
.' '. get cool and get rid 0(. the mosquitoes.
;: \ ." And that is a fact, so far as I
I flit 0 their preferring the cool night; breezes

'of big Lake Tohopekaliga to the tor-
-Photo by Wilder' Studio
fmmmrrlmr. \rmrn Old. "l..- ....... IVarll ....... IM...... Nw It Feel Hick rid sultriness cf any northern city or
.... II,. 13',, Krrtldr.. ...0... kr *', ". *".... ..01 "... state in August or September. The
freedom from mosquitoes is a com $915 to $1195
parative fact, also. Of course thereis ,
no place in Florida where an occasional -
. to a swarm of mosquitoes is f. O. B. FACTORY.
not found at times, but Kissimmeeand
..r in fact all Osceola county has a
federal apporvaf of its claim of fewer t
fl insect pests than any other county : The Nash Four has met with such widespread

and section in the state. There is
that the factories it
.r : no discomfort in setting in the porch. popularity great producing

I swing in Kissimmee on sprin... and have been over sold almost continuously since the
summer evenings and not nearly all

the homes have screened in piazzas car was first introduced.
i ,although they screen carefully the
t Y :i doors and windows' to keep out all insects -
Photo by Wlldcr's Studio 'rr.a.r especially'those attracted by the I Now with a large number of new and important

.. H. GPNV.!' Interior lights at night. I
("....,. A.rtr.l...... A...... I On Beautiful Lake Tohopekstlga developments embodied in the design and construc-
I Few cities towns in Florida
or even
Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. This 50 have a more beautiful lake front and tion and with values unparalleled in our history we
acres will be increased to 80 or 90
lake vista than has Kissimmee. Lake
number of farmers look forward to the coming period with certaintyof
by spring, as quite a Tohopekaliga, which is in the mellif- a
have been watching the results lons language of the Florida Semin- "
national
demonstration of
seeing an even greater
land and thoroughly
of the tiled are ole was what they called this "Lakeof \.
convinced now as to toward its merits, so the Sleeping Tiger" stretches clear good will toward the name NASH and the car.
have begun working. getting
across the city front aid) extends
theirs in shape for tiling. down on the horizon to that point
In the regions around our lakes are
found hundreds of acres of what III''I .. ,,sr-- .., .. where the stately palm reaching its
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pronounced by experts to be the best '
lor from the
as they spring placid
Wilder' Studio
, banana growing land in the state and j Photo by
waters which reflects them. The lake
already in the county can be found OIIANKK! UnoT'IIRT' YEARS OLD. C. H. FVTIKGHOYE. I
is studded with islands all
of them
,
some of the beat plantings In the
, State. i tree covered and most of them at NASH
of Boils least partially cleared and In cultiva- SIXESjI
The majority our as men. ,,. x_
suited tion. A fine and spacious City Dock
. tionoj previously are! especially -
.. "'i and
for trucking including' the. growing ; pavilion leads. to the channel
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'. depth where the inland fleet of
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and bananas
of berries as trucking .
, " .. : launches and fishing dories tie up to 1
and l the SEDAN
an one passes through .
county on the highways he will oh. ,' . load and unload their cargoes brought I
iervery little citrus> groves and from way down the lake and! river
this (lend one to think the county it from the depths where the fish are
tI .citrus. plentiful or else :wait to take on thenassengers $1225 to $2190
tI I not adapted to Last pennon ;' v !
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business
II the Kis'immep Citrus Growers Association I t : on or pleasurebent.
.I. shipped 120.0OO: boxes of fruit, v, ..<,.'- ;; Kiss'mmee is at the h"vwnt-! I F. O. B. FACTORY.The .

I .onFi fruit, ling and mostly iKMifcrines of ,orange and with., grape the .. .. .. .,,' ..... .:..::.... 4. ,:.'.' erg Many of boats navigation Rong:: in weeklv interior from Florida.its
.
:I !' .' .;t''Cf' docks the
I ; through lake, the Kissim-
fruit shipped by independent buyersthe '
S )\' Nash Six Sedan admit-
River into Lake seven
total for last season ran about mee Okeechobee and passenger
.,s 200,000 boxes.. Ths! year the crop in JJ- ._ then either to the West Ccast via tedly a highly popular note closed
struck among
,5.c.sf the county n e'timated at over 250-I .' ,, the Caloosahatchie river and locks,
or to Dania on the Atlantic ocean via
I
000 hoxe<. i cars. Superbly attractive in design and execution,
the
, Township 25 S.. range 27 K.: known Fort Lauderdale (drainage) ca ,
''I r as the Lake Willton district out of "' nal. The city and county headed by it provides a passenger capacity for seven persons.It .
association which
is the
tho 2)00:{ () acres of land, 15.000; to an pushing
18,000 acres! is high lUre! Boil extending I I matter is seeking; to have congress embodies every desirable enclosed car feature in
appropriate a few thousands of dollars -
It from Polk {county that it ,
covered with turkey oak, black jick for a preliminary survey of this both performance and equipment.

'1 oak, and rine, underlaid with a yel- ,0' waterway, and the claim ismnde. and
IiI low subsoil which is the typical largely proved. that it will at once be-
anny: ? subHoil. This is the largest or-I M I come one of the most used for business -

of citrus Roil in the county and here' I and pleasure waterways in the

we find much activity in clearing and ....... Trrr, 10 ,...... Old 34 Fr-i \\l4r-Photo kr 13 by!>.Wlldcr'a! Illitk. Studio I South. Certainly there is no more en-
planting. There are about 300 acres )| (...... kjr 1'. II. ....... .. of rove in this section hearing at I en anywhere in sub-tropic Florida MACH BROTHERS
this time and from the rapid .growth -- -- I than down and through these lakes

and development in this section many I OSCEOLA COUNTY HISTOKY I smaller or greater numbo's: ha' e and rivers into the great seas on
t transfers of land have taken place in I been in the county for many Florida's shores. I
the past few months which will rank (Continued from parr 1) there are approximately 20,000 y..ars// I LOCAL DEALERS
Lake Will.'on as one of the main most honored and rewarded men in today, no clashes have ever Mr. Reader: If you do( not mako
citrus developments in the citrus be't. Oscecla county and sent him to the between' the "sheep men" and the the trip to our part of Florida tvis KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.
Besides the citrus Moil in the Lake federal peniter.tiary in Fort Leavens- "cattle men." Today all that enmity | year mark the calendar for 1924 ,
Will'on district we have a number of orth on the charge of having has been wiped out. The men of the I with the name Kissimmee. You will
mailer tracts in other parts of the "-. hewed up the ballots" of this old county every part of it, and all classes like our section of the state.
county that prow the finest quality Brevard county precinct. It has ever are standing hand in hanj and i
i of citrus fruits which might been known that John M. Lee shoulder to shoulder in the awakened
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j be mentioned Narcoosaee, especially! volun'arily of'er- a vicarious effort to make. Osceola county the
noted for its tangerines; Ashton sacrifice to federal dete'minat'on ti farm and res clence wonder whic'i it ..,. n .
I Kissimmeo Pat k, Milliards Island sciro ore, in other words made can be and which it is destined to be. |
himself, the in latter -- -' -- -
| Pleasant Hill Enst Lnke and St. "goat" day parlance -
I Cloud l, and the Shingle Creek section. and hill conviction,,/>nd se-t'nce FIFTEEN YEARS A MIL-
RATES Sl.OO)( and S1.i0. Write for Reservations.
I Lat year the Osceola Growers Association for this "trumped up" offense elevated : :
LINER IN KISSIMMEEMiss
I saw thjj 'wonderful possibilities him at once to a pedestal of hero I
I of this section for growing and a Inn; man; his selection: by Governor --
I I strawberries< and as the result of Perry ta: be one of icountv's M. Bandy, who for the past
i their efforts 100,000 quarts of berries flint county commissioners fifteen years has gold! hats for the LAKE VIEW. INN
I were shipped from Kissimmce. Thin was the bcginn'ng of a long sequence beautificat'on of Mi-Lady's: head, h.
year tho total shipments of the sea- of political: and social honors bestowed really a plcneer in her line in Kissim-:
Baon are exnected to be much larger on him by his fellow citizsns until
I and we will start shipping earlier as his death a few years ago. I mee.Miss Bandy carries a full line of
'. the crop in in much better shape after Osceola county both before and trimmed and pattern hats in the very (EUROPEAN)
a year's experience In" growing I after its creation as such abounds in latest .designs and bv so doing has
|them. Quite a number of our farmers interesting historical and traditional; pleased! a very critical and particular
Si ate berries for Thanksgiving dinner stories. Many of these have been trade that usually buys their hats in COMMERCIAL! '
and several quarts were sold on collected and published by that Princes larger cities. Her line consists of the "HOME OF MEN"Hot
|the Thanksgiving market. of Qsceola, Mrs -Minnie Moore Gage Flak James M. Johnson and
:>;* Now that the strawberry game is Willson of Kissimmee in her valuableand her own designs and creations The
going good we are going to be among interesting book "The Seminole .;above maker nationally known and cold running water. Lake front. Private garage.
i the first, to. establish the banana Indian in Florida Ito be the leaden in Mi-Lady's bead
k; growing industry in the state. We Old Things Have Passed Away I Nice lawn. Also light Housekeeping Suites.
1. 5 have; the soil and "re going" to put The county hat been the scene in 1 I I Mi.* Bandy has.been successful in
te banana-plants frill t '1mak.d l- ti rpast'of leads?and fights between her. business affairs and owns the
Man for Osceola tout* taJnetf."a whit raaJcnow.a>.the.range cattlemen building in which her millinery store
(to the success.prifwe do not worry. and those who fought the free is located. She baa. many want MRS. EVANS Owner. JDlDee..Florlda.
|M' a B. Aultman and A. F. XriU range as a preventive of agricultural friend and i* a consistent booster
I both],have bearing Rovea: and cant advancement. It is interesting to t I and worker for Kissimmee and O ceola .

t supply. ,the demand. :A* to tbe qual----.note. !-however,.that. although sheep;'inl ,, county.,___.. .__...............- '' ', .' : : .- ..., i:I
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This Bank Never Forgets That WADE 'TUCKER,

Strictly a Horne Institution President


----- - Our Aim Is : GEO. W. PERSONS, 1

Entire Ownership And II Control VicePresidentL.
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Vested! In Local] Directors protect the interests of our depositors, and see E. FENN, I'
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''I Profcs'ionallcn! : that their funds are kept safely and securely. CashierH.


sound advice to investors and assist them in G. SMITH,
li.oil,,,l, nr /1-> ieila 1.i ( 'IlIY bus)i I 1'1''I IHi " rfO give ) Asst. Cashier.
Till,it \I" t to the |p" .l|1'1, of Ki ''1111\," such investments will yield greatest
making as
..mil -uiiiiuiHlinjf ti iuM\ II r.! (.nll'I.I ly
"erred' ;nn'' I ""'I"."(fill l'l' l I'cal m'lI of I'-,nesj -
hI".'r returns based on safety.
j ,11.1 rofi' Mi'ii.il pioniimMut' and til"" as
."al) n"spoo.Ihlhty| < ) ill tin' uinmuntv ; niciin -
horn -,ful h'IJ'' uan pn\at i
I lIP HUM suctc
j afTII'h\ ; nun .vvliOM' home la.- mill/ I liujil mUifii'mi '- assist and advise the business people of Kissim- & 1
.1.t nil link .I will' thetil- <>.f f the t' ty. To ..
if into" 1'011' "h," and in to do utmost to
'llll I n itH-. < _. mee every way our pro- :
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the) number of f"t, !'' "fhlll'; ufI of this OUR TELLERS-
"nd win- it "njo\.. > tin \ mote the growth and development ,
I tl I.i pe-opli gencrtlly. BOOKKEEPERS-

The Hank of Hio li (County. Ins pn-tic'l. ', CITY and COUNTY.1c'. ,
n lan-ful and con-i 4'nutl\t. KIUI>- in nil ni Uti STENOGRAPHER
'rs, and huK. : *'('n "\1"M act of nnpi'Ua'ii: .. -
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'"njt.lt'luli..n ah 'is consi l.t..nt
i'ch earnest 1 ( O
with " 1 l . In 'onll"'lu"m'| it has prospered, to .,
the fullest 1 -ntisfaction of all cmcetned' I, r ,
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In Uh a community "H that of Kissimmcc yk ,
and O'-ci'ola ('ounly it was inevitable that ; ,-
the need of n strong tuianiml institution ULY CHAPMAN f'''
ihoulil arise.. And u was slurp: inevitable
tint in such n hi hly favored,] locality there # lttir MRS. M. S. LAWSON
hould l he found a group of men who sensed,\ y t 3"a{ 1 1d
the need of a Ir'.nk>! that would increase the 1h
service and facilities for both low and county -
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The Bank of Osceola County is a mem ..; ..,.-,,'
ler of the depositors E
of one strongest protective
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organizations, under the Depositors .. deM
Guarantee Fund that insures banks against
critical financial crisis; thus securing the deposits sal
For mole then thirty years this : DIRECTORS
(,organization has functioned! in a Ike manner ; 'i ; -I II mel
and no depositor has ever ]lost through any ,
Bank with this connection. I t Av -! ra 1l J. WADE TUCKER tiU.

The personnel is RS follows: J. Wade U.t
Tucker president, has been a resident of GEO. W. PERSONS ilcat
., Osceola county for sixteen years and is vicepresident ;
of the Everglade Cypress Company alIn
und is intensely interested i in the agricultural RN DR. T. M. RIVERS
development of the, county. He is a strong ; iy'y '7ISYi t
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ficlvocate of the tile drainage program now ,vI: hfei
LIng! carried on ;.locally'j.and t with his well M. M. MILLER. ., .: ', a
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known. aversion to 'foreign loans' brings assurance ,Jewess! ;,,...: ' !iw:
I to the grower and confidence to the fit L1111 GEO. T. SIGLER'L. '- enC
I'l'115in., manGeorge ,

', I W Persons,. 0\\npr of the !Dollar : E. FENN y,
NI limit Stire and n ch. in of stores thu'ugh : 3e.
''l i/ut ('('11I1 al 1 Florida] is the \'ico-prcMili..,itI .

I I I.. E. I cnn' is the isliicr He is a most ,k;. L r Uass uieissful banker: of twenty ;years expirenti, tjP ;
nnd l for twe-Ke\ 'nls'a5; \,He,piesident and
I lashur of u Georgia; "lIlIk'n; \cnrs H-
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-late hank exumini" aril, more' ie ',.ntun-
ll I tl l his coming to KissniiiiKc, )111'< was c'linit vl 1 nohi
with the Orlando Hjnk and 'I'rust ("onipainl ,'. .
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lullnJ l |' hi' lesii'enci'! in KisMinmie, hi has t llied c
J made manImsini -s and personal, fiuiils

'1'11.I ..e of lit"i rs, together \\' th \1.: :\1. OUR CREED e C
c !Miller lr) T. \1.: ItiMr-, iiiul (.;H-II !C '1'I Sg I Duilt; on Two Foundations k
lei I ', 'loiistitiilt tin ihrrctnran :Mr Millirhas :
linn a life lung resident, of Ocentcoo) .. n- e
ty his ( hiif inteiests. having: ( been) in nail ua;
stores and (.,Itllc( Dr Hivirs; i is 1,MIAMI tn thdl
|,lac.HciilK! ru i\' (;iti/di ,.f l-i I ) ila roast,', TX7E like think of bank To be useful.To .
to having two founda-
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loth Ih'oul"h Ins prilrs.IOn! 111'11| a i- a fo trierI \
I ("nil'in or| Ilif< hunk to which h<. n.rtt K. itun
11.11'1: Si,;|Ire 1 has fr, niuneirs h\i, '! tions. One is the solid, sturdy ground work of inspire increased effort.
l in hi.nlnri,' i brut! issui,,,1"1'I \\ Ih tn, fat
bda.lo'I, n"i -s < ''imp' n \. lit f 1'111\1\' concrete, stone and masonry which insures the stabil- ''Chat
bad .t tt i"I, b inkinf, t'\\n\ unit" in ..II I \111'1111'1 I IIn lrriisi
ll of the To maintain high ideals in the
foil in living\ I FI"l'Itia i hi- pi'mineiit h'>nieI ity material structure.

TIll'I B.1\l' \ i'f MM i.. he'"nrliv, I 1- a < ipinn's business of banking.To t
It.ili/ntinn if"!<_'',.(000( ) (Ml, wit'i!, I Ki: 0\' r ovt
I s GIUI1111.0U; ).( ()() (,). THE other foundation is intangible, something very enal

,i precious, but "built without hands." It consistsof finish today's business today.To ins t

the good will and confidence of our patrons. a
I make tomorrow's itt
service bet-
BEST BUSINESS FRIEND THAT requires the constant watchfulness of ityao
I every ter as the result of today's experience -

II'II'I' officer and employee of our bank, to keep it always atin
I\ ( )l11- bust I t business, stable solid
firm--equal to all that you, the people of

i iend! i is our( ) 1>,ink.: It Kissimmee and Osceola County, have a right to expect '1',> )render each depositor our best tt i

i is (one) tit;It wilt i I standreruK ( of us. service regardless of the size edt

il""l to help I ;and( :l(1II ( of the account. ata
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AND organization, which stands as sponsor of e
::1 \1til'i Volt> i ill t time i (of Better T.) handle Itr
Business
financial
I 1 Higher Ideals and ,. more constructive every transac- asff

i stress and I (difficulty 1 t as : Civic Pride---if .we may continue to work for tion entrusted to us with the e

i well as in t times of the upbuilding of our city and our state, we shall be same precision and care as fuyre

f prosperity. deeply grateful for the privilege. though it were our own.


(. w_ o To increase our circle of .friends. me OPllir

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"GO, SOUTH YOUNG MAN" SAID JOHN WANAMAKER ,



Florida holds the greatest opportunities of a lifetime today for the young American, was the opinion of John. Wana-


maker, multi-millionaire merchant prince of Philadelphia, who- pent .his "winters in Florida. .


"Fifty years ago or more," said Wanamaker, "the young men of the east were advised by Horace Greeley to go west.


"If Horace Greeley were alive today he would advise those very same men to go south- and to Florida, which in the next


decade will grow faster tj1.an-a.ny other state in the union,*' he said.


"Florida's future i{before her. She is a sleeping giant just beginning to stir. Its population will double in five


years and will .treble in ten years;" he prophesied."The .


eyes of the western hemisphere are being turned Florida-wards and now is the time for ambitious young men

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to get into the state and grow up prosperous with it."


0MERICA'S


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our great cities have just begun to may come-banks fall-thousands of of lands to meet this demand? Do out any diminution. Moreover, it is,
GREAT LAND MOVEMENTith realise this great truth-to compare 'city toilers may be thrown out of you know that this means that the in fact, increasing with astonishing
their own manner of. living from I I employment, but, these cannot. touch, prices of lands will go higher and rapidity!
band to mouth:-with, that of the'agriculturist his farm nor take the food from hit higher until it, will be almost impose This great tide has turned south
False Promises of Wealth Fame and Power the who has a comfortable mouth. sible to buy, as is now the case in ward toward Florida-and thousandsof
home money in the bank, who sleeps I These conditions-the life in God's England and Europe people are locating in our state.
Great Cities Have Lured Countless ThousandstheVery I soundly at night with no worry for bright sunshine the comfortable The golden opportunities for obtaining Do you know what this means, Mr.
Flower of American Youth Into the "Great the morrow. home-the peace and plenty-the sure good lands in the West and Homeseeker It means that if you
I By the aid of the U. C. Government profits to be made-are attracting the Southwest are now in -the past-i-.they desire a home in the "Land of Flow-
Grind." Department of Agriculture the 'farmer people. They are pouring into the have gone forever beyond the graspof ers"-the great State of Florida,
has learned to farm scientificallyto country by the thousand and ten people of moderate means. A vast YOU MUST ACT.AT ONCE FOR
ow Comes the "Awakening." The Country Beckons use his brain as well as his thousand. The lands are doubling in throng of homeseekers has penetrated WITHIN A VERY SHORT TIME
hands. lie able derive value few because of the into the of those
is now to an every years uttermost parts EVERY AVAILABLE ACRE OF
and in Visions of New Hope They See Its Green income from 20 acres equal to that great demand! for farms and because lands. Day after day month after REALLY HIGH-CLASS LAND IN

Fields and Still Waters Where There Is Peace, he formerly made from 100 or even the demand !is constantly increasing.Do month, and year after year from the THE STATE WILL HAVE PASSED
160 acres and with far less labor. lie you realize that there cannot pos large cities and congested localities FOREVER BEYOND YOUR
Plenty and Happiness for All. lives independently. Financial panics sibly be an increase in the acreage this great exodus has continued with- REACH I

-. ---- ---- .- You must think of the duty
T liE lure of the great cities is mill you
most hypnotic in its compulsion.F owe to yourself and to those-mho are
There U almost irresistible'faction dependent Upon you. You moat grasp,
this chance to acquire competence
[ in the pictures painted on the amid a
and shades. There surroundings of unequaled
ght by the lights :
blaring with the mylad r" + pr ,rrr scenic beauty under the gentlest sky-
re gay streets : ?
in all the
world where the

t Electric.light a* -in the luxury veritable, color Kingdom prome- ., qj; ;: ;:-r t' ground send forth is ready its choicest under cultivation products generous to in

dea. echoes of music. There is there ,..'o -
of the theater, the tinkling of _ ..r' quantities that seem unbelievable i to
cafes, wit. laughter those acquainted only with the sterile
lasses in gilded '
3 harsh soils other
of
latitudes for this
of socinlunctions I t4
whirl
the dizzy
nd song- fit
exuberance ofouth ,, land is truly the "Land of Promise.
the giddy
.. a'vig, It was in Florida that Ponce de
and all the mad phlntum.co.of -
a Leon felt in his heart .'
that the Foun
la pleasure multifarious Incidentthe r tain of Eternal Youth
must be.
For
and the lives
the rich
lives of
when Ae landed on its shores it
seem
Fortune has -
J those The upon rich whom and the fortunatefeat / vt ; ed to him like an earthly paradise.

piled.a small percentage of the greatKal R'T& __ Even then without the care of man, .
all beautiful and
grew fragrant things
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population -- -fruitl the most luscious flower..
kin the day the street are crowded -s'
the
most
gorgeous-and in a climateof
arises
noise"
the
nd the roar of "big : Eden. '
khe voice of commerce-the busl., .......,J
bus of the rich. Apparently all con- _' "' -- Yet strange as it may seem, up to
kions and phases of life are repented : &, recent years this state was compare.1
; but, in reality there areUy : - tively unknown, and, being unknown

three-riches, good-fortune and ", . '. ;. ;, .::; 'I;! was made the subject of all mannerof
pverty. Onward the people poirrying ." .i'-.,}, Jot :z. false and misleading stories.
and worrying. Some call itEe. t"I>.f": ;.;", 'I,< If. ?i But a change has come. The truth
No it I III mockery of life! AEverceasing ', ..iJ--; : is now fully known-Florida's.climate
struggle; a frenzied -' is more equable than that of the most
pugicle for money; a selflsl struggle ,,..;- -' favored portions of California, and
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lien knows neither friendship nor Florida can and does yield more to
-money, money, "Goii, or thefcvil the acre of all manner of products
-it matters not), give usEney ... . than the Pacific states.
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PThis (great lure of the cities hasH is now being grasped by
countless! thounnnds of our most farmers from Illinois, Iowa, Indiana,
Kelllgfnt men and women-and youth '.'' r" Ohio, Kansas Oklahoma and every
dallyto forsake the "simple 1 other agricultural state. It is also

ft" of town, hamlet, and country tolek ,. ., ""ti, '.., being recognized by city-dwellers who
in the city's labyrinth of fates T are investing here by the thousands.
U dim, elusive phantoms of riches, -1-- Steadily, and irresistibility that army -
bne nnd power Thousands upon F of peaceful conquest-the soldiersof
lousands, fired with the credulity ofkith agriculture who wish to enjoy the
yearly! enter the cities withbid L. fruits of their own labor-are marching
hopes of speedy realization offcir H into Florida. .
grandest ambition. Around and There is still an opportunity for
round from incident! to incident! nreUy you to acquire for yourself a portionof ..
rained, liv the varying currents this land, where, open-handed na-
R lair until! thev .nre seized! by the ture rewards you with three rich
KelHtrom! of resignation which goes crops each year-crops: for which the
Rirling into the "(?"rent (:rln Visions of riches fame and I power crops that you can send to. these markets
|w vanish UN in drenrrn, for theirs just when the prices are the
how -truurttle for biend Not forKm highest and Florida the earliest
the liriu'ht liirnt', the inuu>. thekial source of supply. .
pleasures-they must contend! It has been truly said of Southern
lainst want and! poverty-theV mud Floqida that its summers are springs
Hit the spirit of discontent until and its winters are autumns. When
Wfy are al-U to cast off the fetters ofEvitude :,. the New Jersey truck farms are

for they have become, inBlity . bured deep under the drifts of snow,
slaves of the rich in the buiiEs when the Middle! WeFt farmer is eat
of getting more tithes A very ing but not producing Forida: is
I attain pnuedo-indenendcrve How- sh ppin.. out ;'ti fruit and vegetables;
r, the Brent malor'tv.become to.lBin it is feeding its cattle in the open fertile
factory, c f Hoe and, store-their fields.,! Always and always it is
Be bright future dimmed-thevmm producing.Is .
not !look beyond for tV-rc1, full there an opportunity left? No
l| they know, stand o">1v the spec there is none for the man who is
Hf of bnter. disappointment andKteil content to sit helplessly in his dingy
hope city flat. There is none for the farmer -
bt now there is nn awakeniinT.h who sweats hit very blood into
in the sky of possil.'o uttairHt the ground to bring out one single
shines<< with a !lifUrs of tho fl-st crop a yeT: There is none for the
nude the new star of hope. 1 heBxtry man who hn> not the courage to go
be<'Urns them' return They where o"e-tenth of the effort he now
KVfiK in drpimlnnd, v'sion. its vr... .OVA puts forth will bring him a hundred
fields! and pec"fnl! rivers The 1 times more gain. Nor is there an
0 of reason bid them exchanger opportunity for the shopkeeper or
"mess of pottage" for their cleric so lonn- as he is too paralyzedto
tful heritage-the soil. There do anything for himself.
re bright clouds float in the blue ,+s WHAT "AILS" YOU MAN This
yreal above silvered rivers and question is not couched in elegant
merino; lakes-where hllla\ and language, but it is pertinent to the
OWl meet.--where God's pure air subject, it will make you think! What
tilled wafts! gently' the breath of r are yell waiting for You are waiting
:-flowers-there i is Peace, Plenty I waiting, for what when bowl
,Happiness for'all. The Lord only knows! ; Are you wait .. .
ever before' in the history' of L- ::: inc'for some one to come,and thrust et -

rica has there,been such a great "', money ,into :your band They;'willt\ I'4\<:.. .
and for agricultural lands.* 'Our t never never do Itl! You are goingto V"*itf"',:".

dents statesmen, railroad king r. ri if."' '11'''' ..t" do something, sometime,', beUeve'': ;: ...1' ,.
cersr and financiers have ..pointed chance comes, eh T Don't you -
he' farm as) the real, smircs of .. .,..,- itl! There is not one chance in a ;l
th and this country' greatness.countless Upper rlghti ,J.. Wa U,Ticker. ,,redgeneo.'tU. r;UftJ Ixtoklnr north on Broadway :nisht eenUr:'-L&k. Tooop.kaJl* ," ,Left J o.aterLCtlr, W arf.'.fLower, thousand for anything totam up.". ,,,
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thousands. toilers in . " ,7;: hits Fl.h eaua-bt J, lake. Lower l.Ui Oam k/ll.dla, County. > ,: Continued on fugt Jive) '-.-. C'i :."' .

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.. Kissimmec I. Mary\ C.;. Bryan)' In 1P92 D. L. Wlis was principal/ .
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Have Been In Constant I to Kissimmce in January, and Mr. Hinton Assisted' him but Mr.Jl (Dy AlmenaLcitner)

'Schools from Seven to Thirty Years {J1FOO.I I )( came ris visitor Before I had hem in ton's health failed, and :Mr Shipp Never before has! the position of T

hose very long I met Captain anJI.Mrs. came 'to take Ills! place the .following\ THE BUSINESS ,AND toucher be"n BO. frought: with! rep() 1.
Mr liinton had given up the -i: I Jo nRcn. Then, aa always since, year. as .today And ne'er
The KisBimmoe graded school ha-: 1 have known them! they: teak: a great nrinclpulship m account of his health! '" PROFESSIONAL leforo have parent so entrusted to \;

an enrollment thii term of 82!), pupils LUPFER & PRATIIER Interest In "the teachers jinJ/ dW Ll the first pJnce.: teachers( end: especially lo'thg public ,

and. the attendance him been the lovely thing for their plea,!ur<- Miss Kraiik" 811.111118:: Cower had school, I tencliors, the ircntal, moral '
many I ) /
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best. There lire eight grades, each OVERLAND AND and comfort.Otte both gone when! 1 began teichmif und WQtIEN'S! CLUBBy nnd ph.l'I?:\1 welfare of thor: children*

provided over bv teachers of eollofre LYS-F,NIGIIT DEALERS I S unlay Captain J. ho son h-id fr Mr. l'::\lip. A Miss O'.ivrr from I Tho IeqriKlHturd, of Floiid: IIM ,. j
school and normal training, nIl'holdinjt i.l hud the tic .t. grade', hut the I I lit jI
high business at South Port. lie nn.1;! MIF. AI .a nui ( ( ;bliss. Helen K. Siwvcr) i"iarf a raiti' period of one day |Ian' U
ce'tiliciilcs' or> .
for
first grade --- /lohn'on t inv.teil 1'ie' e'ltile! "ft<'uH JI work hud irrouii to Intoo much ant 1 J ProfessloniIWomen's the year 1\11 fl-t. l in 1 ef0t tho tencheri I
teachers Th' Br'nes'
higher. There' twenty-four ., take the limn with: thmiicnil t w'dayfl one Pitcher, and I wntalc"i in lu of tho state t-> inculcate .
in K'minimee In (t': )1'10 i: been .
many having for y'arr.1isa | n' kibil'lus! '; of Fit| d.la line l h","\ en ' the lake! and have l.nner oilthe help her, nt the in agnit rent "lIhl'of.: JJ! ?'J!, with a membership of ||I miiu!" nnd hearts. of the children'of! ,, i
and educational work ninny |II' I Lost. $:.) a I1W::II>. 1 th''ilk lie I priii'ipnlleciivi'il '' the scat n rerird, for law '
tl'llll11l'ha'J.unlH'I' and!
; 1'i'l'lIl t
011..1 I' '' hii-mhe-i-hip order
.I11.tlv')be call- :II:i 'o'l: nHII- .i.lioiit' t we'll-five\ ; The j'
Mary Bryan may her having until! its name nail) fan,' "r" At that limn, I \\HM not\ tueht'tr.but oar: hundredhicli WUH cut in this Club, ns the uipr.e indicate'! I''II love for temperance/ And a khowaednc ) t
(.d I "the Motor Teas immceclioiil, for nonildeil ill st'mt'lair< in InI'umi' ; I \ awit'i'! the jnly an.1 I there I In t nirity: II few yeais Uiti-r. {' i ii htrift: confined! to business' anil, ] of the laws ef ""ltlt}). That l Ii
taught. in the KM": 'I' amt Iii At fi st I lament, the! aep another Miss, .'lid 110 l every count'y henealh, t(n'in: root: ]Mr. Smith' the |principal' rofi"-s'oml The of 'k'll. Till:t is ni It should be. And
!10 'consecutive years; Ami the magic lull man whi"h l.ro. iirht >Mfe.i'hj" tausht: with him i Miss: (jrniK's. but "both 1 fra.'iM had i rvrvnon., purpo-o work the true tinchcwill! tc-Kh i iI oral
the ti
Yowell primip'il of prr- with less tlio cl'ih is tvvi'-fold l : 1''t''rt t | theta ii I
Emma livim* )been ('on.nl'eted utiou'. this cliani'i* was the! ant >m ilulei Kinnk taught 1 the tirtico'id! l mil 01 I Iv UM-nt'V-t-ijtV" pupils, for nil community inlet.-Ia' ; mill tle-I i iolid truths, not only once a year but td ,,

mary department with the school, for :25! years i 1,11.1, lit II< ,'o'lplning) trInspdrl'tuoalfactor | .: : third I c' (,,1"H.' and,l J'l-s io\\pr; the! than tiiitv; lixl1 in had the 'tirst.increased, to I to provide lecreiition for the1 cry day in the year. But can tte'tiachcr i arw
the "lo'1I'.IUp tili U. 'I'j I hicit'zei foci lb, forth and sixth.If Tin"faiuliv" now no mutter how honest '
( j I ,
fl.lIlI tegular
luviseven the
1 () here born" teaching : 'Mrs. iremlievs.) I In ail'lition' t > caps
misl.iKeti 1'f"\ ,, inii'riihirx.. Mr. 1'111'.Shll'p.; ; nil
; oho hat livi'd "he a for two il"fiiili's j I I inn II'" werthe there is blc, and porservinij they may be
to ten KiHsinimee years. Graded; S< h Faculty 'pill whn'e W'ui''I's bale rivaled f fit ti I Publ'c. School-. boasted, in I Is'l.i.Vheii '! ;I. other tpiifher frtr the fourth mid Ii I the aid amt i cr-meration of the m
Piine
ill"'j social
Shaver . . month affair of strictly par
|L
H. an a
) " -- Imve
, ; I furKotli-n,
Liimn-ter I .Il' 8111! made iiHhirg Tt-m initit u-'li't'' ' j I \ 1 lame hack the next( ye.ii. glade \VhoHiname ,>nts--of each child'Lt 50C
I Miss Cornelia* } loippliuhnu nt ill thi' flail i.iul 1"]> rli.in -- Pi'( f.V.. 1 B. liinton, from that
time |
1 the short
Mrs. Ethel Ames,1 : had! tfiki" Mr, Smith's glare, lut next; year :Miss Ruby ;i'-)--e took )During mtney ,
: I and for '
__ _ . of the un'vc'e. p'raxiro the ditties and _
Mrs. Iris (). Schuck. iJMies has beon in existence, il. has put Ion i I sea
; and i ;\Ii-I\ FrankMIU tlio.-c two grades, nndVi l : ;- trnma frat
'MilWK lint (liince, lint I Ili''Miv' Miss tUiwei; J1on illilit1.s of hoo'l
part"1
)Emma: Powell-------- several. sijcce-nful enterta n- ere tea
comlit w'liiliIM i .still )here. ( Continued on Pug S'.I1)r ) I very .
Principal of Piimary IVpl.:; And I ii tin1aryna )s meiits, the proceeds of which wreilinatid. often, shunted on to the shoulders of I
t | "| I Muli. hal ilnnee. tin- ;n i i i the exto
I Miss "Madora Rt'J the Boy public school teachers But they ,
| Mio'nile I the I bark) and the' nut > ,ln'i,'!
Mrs. 1'iances Knodgrass -_ m Scouts ill another to the Ili ,\'hwuv cnn bear only a portion of the iiuf.ilon. ,
Mrs. K. C. K.I ward*. -- -- .> AMiss -t.--e" Mare I'ee-'. in I III-: l--t ai'a''!;. ,i-. | nutiliea1ieri! wowhich: the rlu' True the teacher has the chill I ,
th'nrlrun'! ilemiti, of 1'1': six ItI
Katherine Wy.J"tf y for hums' out of every
- n-sunvd. aril in iiHtitico* twntv.
J |..ntin und Ili-to- '' p,.: t e i n. t art x !i. '"'">ii I "i' I'" i has .. two fpur. Who has r'tnrgeof' hls ofla
onomHMemorial > ideals
the
: t :
: unit
l IS'ie >
,
pn a p
\li ml ,d IV t 1''. : iiul
Miss '; .i'I; Grin-; ''HIMis : u ? i i : Coinni"iiitv | li>"'-e fi>..d.i his moraN h'" rh &rari"r during the
l "leo V.'no'i'ililtfXMiss : S. I\; I b'o '!'t t tri"' "I I-. :fI'' I :.'' I''I" The oflin'is of. the club) are: remaining eighteen hours ? T''e'
present par
Alme-ia Leitner l.'ilfli-'i: I' dd.. ) w'" ,- 'nut' ,' > i "n-oI 1 I. : duty whose
Ilelc'ti: K. flN'.ill"I\I( ; Vie
'. Miss i Sawyer ;
I Mrs. K. C Hr"anMil's It-.1 ti'iitinr" nf ill" mo ir .in. \ 'I' i I II' Mr |"|. \I I.ynrro i.... >1'.i.r..ntII responsibility then Is there, thenn..t "Cnt
\ J ;
i. ,
} Nori.in (Griffin; . . 'iAMiss 'I'I I sir: .1 i juri I i i. it i l! '- "I' I I. 'i a need
- : great p s eying n-cd 1 fora
;ti IVtCiiO'SMT, re'oniimr c eereI''v -
"
foils I McNeilMis ; .d.ltAut.uvla \i "I"| i il i J.M i'. I s>i:nui, "-i I. '> r "- i closenytrpatliy.\ .! tie
--P- J; l- un li'ictindinp.
raresnopd.nv anJ
: :M'.I-t: Itul'nok. (
Winn i-'I' "i : I n i. h't( 1C''t I l I' i -; : .' ,''UI IIlId11.: .... I.ucy ] uck- co-opc-iaticn between teachers andparenta
I-A f JMII'V IllL'll'A, . ,! "e- ( v : > in
Miss Edith: M.lliTMrs I l : I. ", \s t t 1 ? ,
.1. W. Trimmell, ". :'\ c ;Itl", ra, or 11 "UII'p.I'1'1'' (1'l I i IItlnu '' -l.i ronMm-r t When the Ij j I thpa
diy comes that
Miss MitiliH replyMiss :MnMnllieniiitu\ <' , il -t-d .t.\'e n"'te' r It t- t > i u] At pro sent tlionUIP tfty-two! mem- each
1 hers l :Mrs. C. Huckels, Miss! teacher and each parent wit feel' h'.
nnme'y :
Anna ShoikUvM .. .; 1'I I J'l'-hipenl" nod m tin' '' I it., nf th
"eHick..". :Mrs. S ""I. Bullock or her duties! and responsibilities, u
', : ,
M.irguu-t Rt IInf"r _Kxp esM.>"nbtheYs 111' i'e II .ll'ill""iVthoit \ -. ha
t s Wet Bullock :Mrs Bob Bullock : they should be felt and: should, '
Miss
. Miss Helen Bas_ \ fie auto-noble, K'ni-di, i .11
Fiemh. anti' - 'Hit-lory- u.niId still hlln''lIIain..o1 ,i -1',-). I II II ,| VTI M V Buyer, Mrs 1- f. Bryan them as they should bo shouldered h,

Miss' Mary Hrv.m- :-A I l'i" ', to 111'111th"u't 11 1'1 nf pe 'iplidesnlte ,. Miss Helen BIIKH. Mrll. John Ilron.on'l. there will be no n-ed to offer prizes :

Mrs. George StelTep.! ;5 and Ii i Overflow( tin- xcluine of 'people .11'' leilKy ..1I. 1A r .a, MM. H. M. >eyntpo. Miss\ for a solution of how to avoid war.
i Mr. Joyce Ilowen. Coal'hlnd Sc.ence; the uiilruails j 'lennini' Mrs. 'F. C. E"w.IK, MrA. i I There will be no war. All will wark C,.

and Miss Lillie Hale _ _:a-H. The. \\.lIl1nd n.ost fa\nialile KIIII\MI ;M-irjrerito Furl..nh..rrIn.: A.o'.j I together to form a nobler race ofm..n n
Possibly the greatest I influence in Will.KniKht and Overland autum ihili'n i- i' .ISJ .e ,1'/an aCl :t '".. r cJK'wNhls'I1I 'leminif. Mrs George Ga' Ine'. Miss ,| and women and to spread nobleness ) 11

moulding the future of any child! have played a tern important" Evelyn Gart>ptt. :Mrs. W. S. Graham.I' life. through all conditions of sociil r

either for weal or woe, is the' public l pa't in /this' ; chriifed" mole of trinniHii! Miss Norma Griffin, Mi-s Irma Holz- o'
school. This is not to ignore or tat ion ;,".l hai"plv) owners of thee 11:1: : 'II ""'>1. 1'1:11 III-""-ta,2I. man MillS Louise Hess. Mrs. C. )0:. Upon the parents and upon the

minify the home, but in the l'oll.Jili"n two nopulxr says enjoy trave'imrnt!; I. ft l" I. ill.I i.,n I..H J.-fMi. M 11..1 l luii.t: f'I" II I I :.. 1 1I Milton Mrs Virsrinia Hudson, Mm teachers of our country rests the responsibility 1l
America finds herself tod.iv parent" ;Tfa' tion that eH"iiy .puroaches II, KH. ..i llnilHl- ' K: \Mw.ll. XII -.", \Itn-rI.. IIIiIonIllnl' .... ...h. 1 \ -I".n: Lucile Johnson Mr*. ilemont King, of making the worM "..I. e'Ile1
I I 1'.1/,1, ,, i ) I I.. ft I In MX lit I.... 'i > I'or"I"" I..kft'I .. "'H.I, I', : o, for democracy." The boys
l are not in as continuous contact wtt'ttheir No (Iwo leak's have given u greater ., .. Miss Almenia I-eitner. Miss Corn 'lU and irirli
I'un.r'I T. '-Il"1 lit" ,, Mill 1 1 .1.'hint'. I I I j,, n 't UH II. I'd... I- ?" .. 1a of
own children ..s are teachei .. money investment. 1'. HI h.ni. Indian. .. i ul \\'< MI Lancaster. M ra. Lee Mcl..ean. Miss Elsie today will be the citizens of tom N
and other school officials. Norton Mrs. Roby Newbv., Miss Per- row. If the parents and teacher

I It is useless to dI'D10th... nresent' rie Oliver Misa Rhea Pherifro, Mrs.r. take rare "of the boy and girls of 14- i

''I situation, or to compare It with customs I_. W. Persona, Miss E..telle Persons, day they will take care of ,America . I- I
It of a previous generation. Thefacts +--sr err Mrs J. B. Prev+ U. Mrs. Gladys Rib- tomorrow." But it swat be m 'Ion*' ,

are here and must be faced HS iett, Mrs. George Steffee, Mra. Willa pull, a strong pull a steady pull at]

such. The criminal of today. l>I'inRI.rgely Steed. Miss Anne Squirea. Miss Anne together.

a juvenile )product it follows hnrkley.;; Miss Virginia Smith Miss

naturally that 'an agency bulkin a. "elen Sawyer Mrs. R. A. Snyder, MARK-WRIGHT FRUIT
i) large as does the school in the life of 'rwar a+M'a1t m r w Y t4 tr .ro1' 4 Miss Margaret Stanford Mra. W. E. AND TRUCK ,,

youth must come under close scrutiny. + LaIrsl Sanderson. Miss Frances Tress Mrs. GROWERSThe I

) "qar at. }w rygss't William (Triplet. Mrs. l..o"i- Vernon Ii
firm i
Kissirime Public School as conducted aIV ( 'lw' known aa. J. P. Mtrk
i alawr.l Mrs.' J. D. Woodbeck. Mi i E. L.
{ is doing a most noble work Wenner Misa; Leah Wilcox, Miss Wright Co.. are engaged In the grv
and each of the entire faculty consider Aufrusti Winn and- Miss Katherine inir cf fruit and truck. They haw

y it obligatory to have real sympathy ./ ,w ftft..nlcre tract near Klssimme M
Wyckoff.I. I
with the (boys end girl'to acquaint I which they are growing egg pUal.

11 themselves with youthful ambitions f I J. DOUGLAS Just a few days ago they were off.-

J carefully nurturing the gciod l .claluw llyaea' tau r 3'df!! ,y't ed $15.000 for the crop. They r*.
and seek in? bv wise and helpful a I- OPERATES "OUICKLUNCH" fused the offer, stating they would

j vial to displace the bad. ROOMJ. get more later on. Think of gettia

The Board of Trustees for the a $1,000.00) an acre for truck-MBM ,

Kissimmee schools is: .T. I.. Over- price and profit.
street, F. S. Gilbert and Jim John.ten. J. Douglas it a new man In Kl.- Mark is a native rf Indiana. hT

T. J.. Ovnrstreet, chairman. 'tI' 't I V, ,imm e. lie Is th3 proprietor of the"Outk Inr been In Florida for the past four

I The 1924 Graduating Class, Once- to r"ncj"} room" on Broadway: years, lie recently mad, trip bark
ola Hl
I the following \students: 1 \ years experience has the greater part of his hoHtnv them

Girls 6 i taught: Moi'glas that when you cater Wright and Mark met in K'snimm' !
ni Alberta B'un"on. Janet Gr'ves, : '0) people in any line yon have to and Inter formed a partnership. They I" 1

I .Jo"nnn IHtcheoc''. Oel'n; Leilti"- hue pomot'' worth-while to offer are both experienced fruit and truck

l Sallie I-eHbetter.' Edith MeLe n. Katherine "id that you have to try and,) pleaseem. rowers and l know the many angle "

I Miller Elizabeth K. Mos..li- se, I'r'jjjlas his the best in ..,t- that are in.ri..sa'y to the successful! \
Elizabeth W. M< wley. T'..e'a' Pliny il.'es.vll' ("''01.1. lit :a reasonablepr production of fruit and truck ifrow'nj.

1 Mad re Rivers, Margaret Siglcr. )IlinaSnodsrra's --_ __. c'' and he endeavors. lo plen'e. HIM In reviewing the past.. and loikinf

Jeanet'c Squ'reMarv 'hicke.i ilin-ii-rs. nt (>0c, lire peiaLvt into the future Mark aaH "1 am 1
,
( Sandernon Mary S'anley. Nellie Tay t live 111101 l his ropular! meal at f firmly of the opinion that Kinsimme;
lor, Helen Wilcox Mae Worm, Nellie >(o) is far above the average. will hove
a noticeable! in
very change
Woodall, Gladys Griffin, Bobbie Crow Mrs pouglns has enfre' suocrvis-", rrowth in the
/
fut'rre and
very near .
III Boys on over the culinary end! ( the busiIOKS i-
it1t. : < r. all activity and!
.t will be due
I progress
Milton Graham Fred Kupfer, Emerson : .t' and makes every tile and cake to the
co-operative effort of the -
Squires', Raymond Tyner 'hnt 'i' served rt the "(}pick Lunch" (' In interest"' outside capital to JI4'O11'1 the
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- - -
ml nrjrhty I'nod| they areA t
extent of investment hpre." We h"ye
HEALTH THE GREATEST nice lu-Tii-h counter occur es the r
I here a wonderful sects n of Florida;
ight sii'e i :.s you enter on the left in '
( GIFT ON EARTH I fact. I think the )Iwsl.
I farther back
tables
are for Indie'
IIs114111.4! 'ot'\T'' JIICIII '" . Mark has his belief the
JIOnl.
"'U proven
in
I .T' ""holv by \Vlld.r's !oIIU.\lo\ : and for
gentlemen if
desire. It
Chap Fran Taft l. rl"hL Lurk 1'10'1\ c'orn"II" .. they I district by investing his sod
Neid while
tests to I.nneaatar Mrr money
making Ia lh1 I' Antss.
11. 11 in
Mtss\ ISmma Y"wrll. alas Medora Sha\ "' J"lnd".I; JIIrK. Iris I M.Iurk. I indeed a clean neat inviting ndR
HU..K..II place
locate oil wells From I. rt t? right b..k developing the soil He is booster
discovered not the c' Edwards. alias Kath,. raw "ruledMrs... Vrnncrs a
Hnodgrnsa. to satisfy
rtnr1'yrkolf.. )Ira the '
MI" Klan craving of the inner
Fountain of Youth sought by Poncede 11,011. runt( r..w. seated--Mrs to' C Itryan MI".Rules; Mlaa ( 'Ire tlouldrldK. JIll.Im..n./ . I 1..1111..1'. From left! t..n I 'and" live one. Many more like him!
Norma Fresh
Leon but a mineral water that JI\lII'r. Mrs J. V Trammell. :Mlas ettrlllllt. Its"1s.. Standing frllnn l..fI a11ae I".da :.te ..II. Mlse .\ uguatu1 Inn. Miss Fdlth: man. oysters, cooked any would make a more progressive (com e
star .
or door, style and
has the 1tIH..r.. :itltntn..d. Miss 11..10.a [lass. atanring . t. rightMts. A.n," ahuckl.'t steaks: and chops as yoU I
medicinal right aldr munity.
properties that areespecially r. 11 I J. ... of dour. I..n tv right, tits .
r. r. R II. en. Mary Inan.. Mrs' tiro. ". >! like them are to be had if you deiire.
beneficial in the curing of atI
Give the "Quick Lunch" ------ -
rheumatism eczema and all kinds \1' a trial-you I

skin diseases;. also gives most will I like it. DOES RIG RiTSJNFSS;;; r
lent 0'1 !!! +.. Mrrrwu. sB I
results when used for L. : . .
{ et' 1 a :
- OUR
trouble "> ",X. '1 \.. . PUBLIC SCHOOLSSECOND ;;; WITHOUT PROFITOne
I and as a blood purifier. :.,'I''t'..1. ..M..., "
) Analytical experts who examined l .. r
i the ,I .:: . -. TO NONENo g
water declare
that t1
there isf of the largest business e"tr-
f Noting like it in the state" Microscopic :.r. ,."':, loval citizen of Ki'simmee buts priscis is conducted withn"t a cent .f f

examinations shows no .,.; ., .. ...'.. .. ; proud of our schools.! The high profit to its mannirer. The t''rnov
funrui growth, organsnns' some suspended i, .. standard maintained i is, a source of in rapid the stock is ample for every (
matter consisting mainly of > : -;. -; f1 *
.r ? everyone who has keptn n ed. but the m"nall'* r.- -v-nVcs 4
iron. To give the complete analy"iK' . r R. touch with; school work as 't is penny on the numerous deals transact

but would take entirely too much space | . done here: the entire sys'em funstinninv -d. More people go to this lace' of
suffice
to soy that Neid has had! I I : with clocV-llke
regularity and biisiPo than
an anyUis made and t.'Arlous'. ''' t l to any other in the com-
1 smoothness, much to the liking ofalet nui"ity. _
minerals that enter into the fotma- )
tioii such --iP 1' I patrons. The mnnager or supervising held t
are that its
by
use,
externally J Thete is
always some friction in bout wh"
m WP write dons not ova I
or internally ninny cuiesaremade ,, JI public a.lmin'"tr. tion .. :
of kind. t''e' tahlshment.'
of the ailments mentionej in ny Is merely an em"lovee. r
ou' first p r".raph.CharlR I IHnwcs'e-i:I in the administration of the The boss owns'or-- p'rx-o' o'
,
Ned has ]lived in Kiss'm our community, the is the I '".q'K'! '" than nrv "n" in the Uni'ei

mee and Osceola county for the putt minimum. Princip"! 1) II.! Shaver i inn I. Sites. Yen ORV i II i is the Ford ftfi'Ttf

ten years and at one time was a far-; ganizer and he mni"t ins a '.- S'nrdn'd! O'l\ ('.>. no. it's neither of

mer. Neid is doing suffering humanity I I 1 1s working fore" nt full nnacity withan th'" e conce'-ns. Guess; ....ain. f

a great good bv giving baths. He end case that speaks well of system Most reonlr.' tnv I the nri..' asked. fit 4
initiative.
uses his mineral water h'at.1 ;MI hi- r'' the. r"0.1" -I.- fact is. they do if theynr'
work and some most wonderful i..' Princ pal Hhnhall convince') th?< th"",. T\.-pyver hav n c"t-
suits have been p-rtten. Tlio-e t i- j'-ho'd bun 1',1 that he is the right min nri-n sMe. The prirps nr" neve" exhnrh"'t .

positive proof of the me-lii'mil and for the tight 111ac('. He has made n '..t. lttrrso".'tee is I'p"I.\red\

curative properties! of his mine-n' most .flli-fac.o. showing as an ad- f1' r do'U'' 'n thibuinoss; .. than in a"v'

water. He also supplies mineral *ministrnto'pYof..; ; Shaver professes other end the hllsi.....,,. Is! stesdi'f"rowinn '
wa'er for iVirking! purpT-ei. Hisresidence '. one sanr' me amhitir.n in his pro each tllIThl" m."v..r live
is 614 Patrick f. "ion. and that is to make -"
street, cni our nroi'if the orrnnHnv. bus're'i.'
his phone number is 208. If you ?r" school the ennal. if not better than One of the comnT>nJahle! thin

sick tired out with worries or nned a'' ; any Rrh'V] elsewhere in n town or '.oiit this hi-sfne-s f. that nearly 90*'

nerve remedy try Neid's Healing -, r- rommnnit" of equal populat'on. of t'v..v dol'' taken in If kent .e..

Baths, they will do you gocd. force ProfShaver has a most efficient home end paid out In rer*. salaries.
i\T teachers under him and the an"
c-rrent
I expense. ff"Yfl'tI'a
Proud Daddy: A baby is a umall lesult is most gratifying; to the par guessed what the business iaT If "< 1

member of the animal kingdom that I ents of that the increasing army of students we ju't na well ","il1 the h,*ni;" It I.s'

will make love stronger, day shorter, T our district.are each day coming Into the United States Post Office whlc 1 I

I' nights happier, bank rolls smaller, tinder the nahle management of

home clothes shabbier the Luw-.r aw Father: "How la that Miss Rho Pherigo. |, rend rI"- a
living past forgotten' and the future worth yoiv klssinv my daughter' discover service that meets the aoproral of the e
.. for.
.' r Youno- Man: "I don't good people of KitaJmnM. '' \
J
5r OSCKOLA HIGH SCUOOI. I unless jt'- because know rubber sir Ml. Pherigo report a steady fa- n

Photo by Wlldcr'i Studio j I IIJ heels."_Ex. you wear C1'eIIH In receipts' which Indicate .9f ., 1e 1

1 acts, a. a buin.ai barometer.. I., ?"

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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14. 123 'COOPERATIVE!:"BOOSTER"NUMBER_ IlPPLEMENT TO KISSIMWEfi: VALLEY GAZETTE

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\\, [Tile Draining NecessaryFor NO EPIDEMIC OF Vast '*
)JR R Acreage of Rich Soil Awaits'! ,jfiller'' ,in


Succesful Trucking ANY KIND KNOWN Osceola County.


the In Kissimmee DistrictHow EVER IN COUNTY
rUT ILLUSTRATING 8ANFORO BYSTICM
I 8ub-7rrlffatlon. Hub-Afmlion,, and 8ub.Dralna..e--Court.eIlY
> I'lIntord' Herald and (Secretary of the Hanford Chamber of Commerce t.'l'b.., I
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, of | Acidity of Rich 'In Vegetable Matter Soils May Be Member State Board of .. . : <.

con.'per. Corrected. Tile Draining Cheapest Method,'Because Health Says: "This Is The ,SI -

t lto Affording Easy Drainage and Irrigation Possibilities Healthiest Place In The 1 .

,bile'rlll Also. ,.South-Only Nine Physicians .-. : '

In Entire I D
County"A '
rOil. the are I L I ,_ _:ii I I I I .
Unless low-lying' rich left open, thus draining all .
/.IA'let .furnished air beneath plant roots, surplus water out of the field at once. recent visit of Dr. J. M. Hicks, a .. rEp
.water when needed and drainage See E. Sanford farms can be cultivated representative of the Florida State '"
serathe most of the time failure must result within 4 hours ,after the hard' Board of lIealth'made for the purpose -
, riling' affords' this trinity of needs. est rains. The controlling' box 'Is of ascertaining the actual health
ter of; All I! soils containing a preponderant made of cement, and is 22 inches high, conditions in Osceola county, broughtthe
,' proportion of vegetable matter areBnons 12 Inches wide and 6 inches thick, following statement from him
I,whs II or less acid unless they have with a cement partition In the center. after his health survey:
been aerated for a considerable timeor Cement bottoms are made in the intake "This Is the healthiest place In the
\n4IISlj have been treated with' some pipes A and the direct connection state; there is not a case of contagious -
[.Ucall. This alkali may be applied inany wjth the intake pipe, controlling disease in the county." f
er'I of several, forms, such as hardIwood boxes and feed mains are made wat- In addition to this .record the fur-
the,. ashes, agricultural or ground er-tight. Iron nipples of various ther fact is proven-that there has I I UaAnaAsassss I II I I I I 11l
pa. lime or even the common washing sizes! are used, in making these con- never been an epederoic of any kind
.e. lor caustic soda of the laundry. Common nections. The holes In controlling In Oseoola, with the exception of a
,ate household ammonia is also a boxes are also fitted with iron pipe few capes of flu at the time when the ,
'Cr.. corrective or neutralizer of soil acidity linings.Air whole country was swept by that I I I ii J Iniliiiil il .-Jl I __L .JZJ
I-formic acid. Most of these are two is also necessary to plant life scourge and the few cases which developed --i. 1.il L1 : : T1 .
oeyrea.. I pensive to use. Turning the soil and this system of irrigation' assist 1 here were of extremely mild 0' ., g .. ." .,
I frequently to let in plenty of oxygen, In applying .air to- the very roots,.ol and' harmless 'txpey. .
.toe'of land the! draining are' standard and 'the ? This sub-deration: also There are three main reasons for
[(excellent correctives of this acidity. is 0 f'l.ntt. importance as al I thin condition of healthfulness:
heytlR/ r Having corrected the acidity of thelowlying means of protection in cold weather. The fewness of pesleferous .-d ..
' rich-in-vegetable matterGlands There mutt be a subsoil of clay or I I bacteria bearing insects, the purityof ,
,ill which produce enormoUs. crops hardpan at from two to four feet beneath of -water, and the natural antipathy -
h. fof vegetable growth because of their the surface before this systemis the people have for unsanitary
all. {large content of both ammonia and passible cT! application. If this conditions about their homes and

,the. nitrogen available for plant growth subsoil is, for example 3 feet below I: farms. r
., Ijt becomes necessary to provide the surface and the system is In. The Mrth rate Is the highest IInd -
l'l.en.. aga'nst' : excessive moisture in the soil ed and the water turned on, no tan-I' the death rate i h the lo'vest in Kis-
tone time during plant growth., and ture will begin to come to the simmee for any town of the ,same, .
ratnJ definite moisture. at another period face until the 18 inche" of the earth : population in the state and wh'1 I'
n all commercially important trucking between the lowe It side of the tile I naturally\ because of the advanced -
sndtCA and intensive farming districts of and the subsoil has become completely ago of the vete-an composing: I the" t
Ihis country and Europe the ne'es- saturated with water.- When this greater part of the population (t St. -
ary provision!: and security ra'nnt is done the moisture is then dawn Cloud, even in that town of old men C __ t II
Ihc lack of these necessary conditionsH to the surface by capillary attraction. I and women the death rite M surpassingly -
h'sP been found in the use of the clay Seminole county is practically the low while the bi'th rail i 1"1
. ilc laid properly nnd sufficiently only area of considerable extent I imply astonishing.! At the recent
lose: togc l;er in the field. where thin system of irrigation can educational rallv for school bond agitation "-
area Subject To Drought be appl'ed. I the writer saw a parade of
.r. Even: !coil in Florida which are not The item of good drainage is judtas school child-en rf the St. Cloud I
Irk cij are subject to alternate droughtnd c*'cHial as an inexhau'tihe! school, in which there were 4+5 children -
ofJ. excessive ('a'npness unless some! |i ply of wHter, the system of tile lIu"-j in th. line of march-all\ thes-! ,
,b1.l. pkrtiflcml\ drainage u n d irrigation |i icthoj ing for this purnone wVn there an. being of the legal l school age-and - -- I I
' IH used and l tiling has been I Ioun,1 I]I excessive rainfall.\ the cars and sidewj-P'H, wee fi Ie-1 i I 1 rc

the moat economical means of I|I I To nreoare" an nrre of Innd for with mothers and fathers with the ,
the r.. tltll ing b ith sufficient water and growing vegetables by installing an tiny tots in the'r arms or with them I '
.a. fficient diyiu-HH' as rewpectivcly I err';gation system which costs approximately as onlookers.Th 4d
If.rh |.ecded.M I I $26000 may seem a foil- .. county has an able corps! of II h.
, > In the Sanford trucking district, in ,, I'll waste of money put the produc- physician, $ h" rumber aggregating: I I pE
eM1en [Jteminulv com ty t.luijf) of truck land tivity of an irrigate I acre: when nine and although outside the few '\ -! |' / towns the population. is much sca'tered Til., urrnHH short length uf II, hi'n' Cn.uinol.C'-Rtandplprn controlling Inflow and egress of water; D-Row Of
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te. t"ere amply afTTd the necessary .
icahf' 1r curative and: remedial attention for

,aUIt. the These entire physicians county. are located as /TRESS FAMILY HERE I Her Secret Safe I her good. So in her nighty-, she- -

follow: In Kill"lmm"tDr' Haynes FOR MANY YEARS It was late at night. No one was crawling up the stairs when she
nr'n-on, Dr. T. M. Rivers Dr. II. S
seemed to be about And the met an equally sick man coming
Reioeend; F> E. Dr Mrs. A. Tress her poor
r. ne"by..hirp. son Lawrence!, down. She gave a feeble scream of
: Derbyshire' b-irg a homeopn'h( m1h and daughter, (Frances compose the ': woman was very seasick. She thoughtif embarrassment. "Don't worry, lady,"
"
if i- f. %. .. othe-s belong'ng to the "old ownership and salespeople of a mo.t she could only get up to the deck the man groaned. "1"11 never live to
.. $ Y I -rriool" r>f allopathic treatment. In complete cigar' tobacco, soft drink; I is few minutes the fresh sir would da tell it."--Crpper's Weekly. '
hwt yet y 4' 2+, a St. C'10I.tI-Df"ot'tu1 Chunn. Dodds.ird magazine and newspaper store located
'. t Buckmastcr. At Holopaw-Dr. at 112 Broadway. I'j
. Milton!! Many years ago the elder part of
I'a4 All these enlny the full confldenen I the Tress family located in Kissim a
"d love of their pennle and ably' mee and since then have been in active '
ernr. tike e-r. of the medical needs of business here. All.are active in : '
he county. the operation of the 'store and the
old Osceola is also well taken ore of quality of everything carried in stock FLORIDA'SMost
.e rae, there being< several excellent prac- dise. Especially a) are the excellent
*'onem ,In the two, leading communities brands of cigars acid tobaccos handled -

tr, ", ,of.$he .roomy> : -- .- The soft.drinkj! department is also Desirable Place '
; "
'srark an Important factor of the business to Spend
(GUY'S CAFE and the latest newspapers and 'i
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of magazines are always in '
stock ,
POPW.AR WITHKISSIMMEE
... Lawrence, the son, known t> his ,- Youy Winter VacationI' ?I
111 w PEOPLE many friends as "Dutch" is a'confirmed (
errk baseball fan and takes a great ,
' '. I Cuy L. Hammack the genial proprietor Intereat in all the big and small "
-Photo hv.I1..r. PtudloVmrwtrr
'n ...."....... ......... lip "...... ..* irtxir, mlmf :The l/r.l.... ,, of Guy's. Cafe has lived in Osceola ,ame.. Miss Frances, the daughter, I
ruli4. ... Irrtnmttmm tlrmtrmm.ets I I county for sixteen years and is a very pleasant courteous sales :
I
,oem been used with such eminent sue I properly farmed i is no much greater friends anti acquaintances.. greets the patronage with a KISSIMMEELying
Hnmmack. owns and conducts a winning smile. Last, but by far. not
a, and no fully impressed with its than it would be otherwise that the I
'14'1 I lunch counter at which he serves thebloat the l least, the mother, Mrs. Tress
In I ue are both growers and the bank- j owner is fully justified in going to of meats sandwiches, pies and ably manages the business and in
who lend I financial aid l when need- this As
instance an
oct expense. an excellent coffee. general
Many. hungry Supervises its operat'ons.LIVE : .
UI thut It is indeed a foolish optimist acre has produced 70 tons of vegetables I member of the human family have
I. who thinks he can successfully\ I in a single growing season ofI inner
' satisfied the at his of
0- man place
here ow hp!! crops, or can get financial I nine months which cold. for $4,064.00. buein. ss. REALTY DEALER in the heart of Florida, the bell hunting and
cline r at the bank without having, ] excluding" freight rated of approximately i.I i. In addit'on. he carries stock. of ASSET TO COMMUNITY"Real
II; led his Itnd and having; had a we'l l 11.000.00 which in admittedly: most excellent cigars' cigarettes' aidtnbaccr fishing of any inland Icwn in the state.
sufficient flow to take care of his. I an excellent revenue from one acre. s. Hammack I* a live optimistic !- estate is the foundation of
en-age put down. For be It well\ In the history of this section' there
he : booster and i one of many who wealth in this country: it is the med
nder derstond, that while tiling a fields have been instances of where $32- j believes in boosting his homo town. I ium through wh'ch.the largest fortunes -
curry off the excess water dwr- I 000.00 worth of lettuce and cucumbers --- have been made, as is attestedby I
,'In g rainy periods it does ,not supply were marketed from 22 acres. THERE IS A REASON FOB the fact that the l large life insurance ,
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m.IT. e needed water for carrying the This particular instance of course, EVERY SUCCESS companies and the strongest finnnc'ers ........!&It.t'. -" ..... '
rover a long drought The amen is the exception rather than the rule. of the select it
well\ or a pump and proximitysome From one to three thousand dol'ars: leadir" of biographies of s'lceess- which tQ invent country the large sums en-in If You Are Looking Fora Place to Locate Permanently
large supply of fresh water is not an unusual revenue for a sin ful and famous men and women has trustej ti their care and the laws of
i Absolutely needed as part of his gle acre. Small quantities of unim- always been commended to yot'n? many states make the w'se provision
tfit. proved irrigable land left in the celery met and -"n'en as a means of firing that trust funds CKTI be invested in no
delta sell from J16000 to $200.00 and their ambition.In COME TO
Because Sanford tiled land truck- : other way said Sam Lupfer, realty: KISSIMMEE.
kg is no near to Osceola and Is fo up per acre while the improved land Kissimmee there are scores of dealer.!
eeetsful a full account of how thin i is valued at from one to two thousand men who have made their mark in Cont'ruing he said. "Kiasimmee, today -
'r.of (linir' is done is here given for the dollars per acre. It Is also not unusual business without influence capital or offers a great good buys
pieflt of farmers expect'ng' or finding for land that has been in cultivation a superior education. Whatever advance and .n investment' here many is certain
to This section of the is '
eff1 state particularly)
they has been adapted
to lav tile in the Oscenln one season to sell' for these have made accomplished prove a handsome dividend paver. to
, nek-producing districts especially\ prices. Three years' cultivation brings by their own efforts. Thev Fact is. I look for a steady increase in the raising of
about it to its maximum of production have not perhaps become national
se Kissimmee and St. Cloud. up population and if all development as
tal and each succeeding' adds to its figures, buttheir biorraphles are
year now contemplated, through I
Directions For T'.Je.I>ninare goes
ofn. I values on account of its1 high' rate ofcul' none the less inspiring to.any young .I\)()',.far results that means much to
The system is installed\ by laying I ivation. man or woman who Is considering' a
in the
liI. ITS of -tile from 16 to 24 inches be- I An artesian well' will cost in the business career. This edition of The everybody is dis'rict
Lupfer native
th the surface 18 to 24 feet apart, Oxie'te hn stories o' a sot. having lived Cattle
I.11 Osceola countv district! about St. many successful here all his life and is live FruitsVegetables
a optimistic
nninir the rJiort. of the field '
11l way Timid and Kissimmee. from $200 to men who came to K'ssimmee booster and always In touch with tve
rre being" a fall of 1 inch to without dolla rwith rUle
ln' every $400 according to the death requiredand a very pulse of the real estate market. He I
feet which Is sufficient to allow\ the size of the well desired. The money and rtarted business in a write life insurance for the well
,.i water to trickle through withoutby wells now there range in depth from humble way. Industry< thrift vision, known New York Life and
('" fiiction. These rows of tile 187 feet to 390 feet. So far as is aggressiveness, end a desire to give fire insurance representsresponsible
of connected with water-tight ar- known they will flow forever. Wells service, one or all of these traits entered Lupfer U ready and willing companies.to
pgements at the 4-inch feed-main. answer
ere now In ure that have been flowing into their successSuch records all inquiries relative to city
If |lch Is in turn connected with the for the past forty years. In all are worth reading. Success does try or coun-
property; and now has listed
" 1'' .. .. The open ditch, or sewer these are over 3.000 wells in the San- not lust happen. There is a very mighty good buys in both. some
tId- n the lower side of the field and ford Celery Delta not all of whichare definite cause behind every successful ,
(- elves the surplus water from the used for irrigation purposes enterprise. A study of how Kisslm-
i of tile. Two feet back from the however. No perceptible decrease in mee business men have become successful W. W. HUDSON'SBG And the
water here is the
best in
, h. the elate without
, or sewer, is the controlling box the output of these wells has so far in their respective fields will
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Iris I .rhich is used to dam the water manifested itself. help young' men and women to formu- KENTUCKY a doubt. The mosquitoes never worry yon.LYI&S .
in the field. This box has three late their business polices, based on FILLING STATION
a.' one on a level with the tile, | the tested methods of other.
., eh, when open, permits all excel- The Chance of a Lifetime Hudson just recently started his
'4.rat. rainfall to drain into ditch orr. The occupants of the parlor car of business, which is located on the DixIe -
,, The next higher outlet is 12 the Limited were startled by the Chris Columbus probably was ex- Highway. at the City Limits.
e', lies' above the first and when the abrupt entrance of two masked, .ban cited when he discovered America He is a real booster and likes Khslmmee -
.. outlet is plugged permits a level dlttu, but nothing to compare with the excitement and has been writing his 'V. STORY
12 Inches of water In the field I "J'row. up yer hands! '.,commanded .in our household when we many' friends -"back there" in Ken- CO
'tIll' e the' tlle.-x"When'the i first and the" bll'lZ'8r'of' *the two. ,. We'regonna found,the young heir had cut his eyetooth tuck aboutthis section >of .Florida .
\ nd '0JtJeta'e..c10.ed the"water .rob'all the genUand.kiss .aUth..I. : inviting'them-to. cone down and rive 4 '
of then backup In',the field to'With'inches .."" "" .*, ,I.i .U '! ' it. the-iJioiicel.ever.: ."; -T. 'rte ., f.e' , Dry Good Shoes -- Notions., e
. ) -of the surface > By open- It "No .rdner,"- remonajrtQd ,tb' ',T ,? .TWO! _-.;*. ':\I, ;., Iil\d'on.tardalVThritwGbod) Gulf -....4Kissimmee*. ..)"'**, ',,- ,Clatlain". ', ., .....
Itt, I and closing the outlets .In the ,..r- smalleVonc. '; We'1l..rob the I "And howhavWyoa. been gettingon. Gar; --illand'greased and also has &. : ji: iff J''
trof. the controlling'a box i f f the cent.r'but,.w.lI let the ladle'alone." Mrs. Mumble?" very nice line of groceries,and fruits '=; '" t :::.
! ntity of water is applied:to]:'the your' own 'business, young' "Ab. miss,.DOt too well. My poor He says he is doing' a very nice business : :- "K Floridaua ,
rtof ,, uts can be measured to''jftleety. fellow," snapped a female of uncertain 'a.band.'ad. a, parallel stroke, and considering short length of -
Hiring the periods of excessive:( age. biff nan's robbing we've 'ad a "ard' time to make bothepds' time he has. been here and fully expects I a ,
as the well Is shut off, the fine. of I this train." meet"-.tLJghtnirc! Lines to do his' share as time COM on. II 11 1 . .,

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The New Osceola County I B. B. ADAMS- ,

II I FLORIDA NIGHTSThe GROCERIES, FRUITS

Spirit Which Will Make II AND VEGETABLES

"beau ties',of Florida inspire
It Independently Rich II I visitor and home folks alike to 1 I B., B..' Adams: who recently opened

s put their visions into prose and I a grocery store in Kissimmee came
I verse and often real gems are the from Georgia and in looking for a

? Truck Growing, Home and Farm Development and Seeking I result,,,,aa noted 'in the following( I,(I desirable locatlcn for business decided

After Florida's Fine Winter Tourist\Business' v song' by Clara Griffin Gazzam of i upon Kissimmee as being the mostpromising
Clearwater under the title of ; with the brightest. future.
Now Fills the Minds of Most Citizens;"' progress ,"Florida nl4ightst4 -.- .* I Adams, like tuan more of the

Already Made In Many Sections As ,Shown By Determination folks from Goergia, just had to leave
Florida day are sunny day, rose" i!i the*,home-state and the boll weevil;
To Let Public Know} from June-to,'June.,. thus his ,coming. to Florida, the -moat;

( Sweet.with the breath of :orange I I prosperous elate in the south.

the .Is trees kissed by the warmth. Adams Is a thorough &grocerymanand
The spirit of progress has filled abroad, 'and everywhere are seen of, noon,, ' carrjes' a "very' complete line of
1 breast of Osceola county No longer fine country homes, surrounded with t$
Whispering palms and fragrant the most popular brands. Fruits and
', do its citizens think to content them- healthy young orange groves, good
pine lulling your heart to I vegetables in season are a feature.
'{selves with the natural returns of the! staple crops, and many Rare bred, or k1Is lest : Miss Radwine his niece,' ably assistsas

God-gvein crops of pasture! grass, purebred crossed cattle and hogs. After a day the cool night cornea, I' saleslady and is very efficient in
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lumber and naval stores, and' the returns "We can raise the best and by Georgewe Florida nights; are best. I II this capacity '
from the illimitable richness of are going to do it," declared one I I _

i its lakes and -rivers. farmer out in the far country when Florida nights are lovers' nights, GREAT LAND MOVEMENT
As the boll weevil was a blessing indisguise spoken to concerning the Improve. I! nature Is all atuner*
to the cotton states, compelling ments he has made. Even the range (Continued from page One)
Mocking birds
sing their mating
farmers to turn to other cattle men are improving their: herds t y If anything happens YOU WILL
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which they have found more and better breeds, from. the Sacrei ? song, under the southern HAVE TO MAKE IT ItAPPEN. Be..

remunerative crops, and making them more Bull of the Brahmins, to the standard a I After moon the, sun has dipped from I lieve me, friend if ;sou sit with your
and the beef in palm extended fortune may drop a
so the cattle tick types this country may bs ,
into
independent sight, the golden, west
few pennies therein, but she will
World war have convinced the peopleof ,seen with recurring frequency on the Tho' search the wholeworld pass!
you may ( by and give the dollars to the
the and in the man
Florida that they must' turn to j praries many enclosed pas. 'round, Florida nights
who is doing for himself.
something
; soil for their pay and take advantage tures now appearing in the c unlY. are best.
WHY IN THE NAME OF REASONDON'T
i of all the blessings. of climate and The cry for more roads is being
YOU DO SOMETHING FOR
health which they enjoy, the rich and raised, and being answered' by the I I Florida ways are merry ways, YOURSELF
alike the evil and the just people themselves. Districts which
the poor musiq and laught4lr'meet,
"Ain't It the Truth? In the great
: together.: have been difficult to reach becauseof Over the sunlit golden sand twin- American cities there is
a vast armyof
Whether rightfully or wrongly, the poor roads are being brought more kle the dancing feet; men who sell all their education
over the entire country nearly to town and market better
idea prevails by Murmuring waves forever call, altheir\ brains, all their abil'ty. and
infested by the Texas roads and the will be "
that cattle county soon "Come to the Ocean's breast, all their time for from $20 to $35 a
Fever tick is either unwholesome o* one of the best road counties in the After the day, a night of stars, week. Once a week or month eachget'

unpalatable. The pros and cons of state. It his now many excellent Florida nights are best. a little yellow envelope and divides -.
been ably argued by main highways and is
that have long improving
the contents between the land-
i both sides to the controversy, with these and adding to their mileage' : This poem has been set to mus'c I lord, the butcher, the baker and the
I no definite disproval of the claims through state and federal ass s.ance. by Oreste Vessela, a well-known tailor Then they hurry back to the
I of either side. The Florida tick An Eye on the Tourist northern composer.
in-I I "great grind"-today-tomorrow-oldage
I fested cow is not wanted outside Saint Cloud and Kiksimmee have ,
the T. L. COMER COUNTY JUDOKWHO'S ) I '--exit! What a life for a man
Uncle Sam, and in
state, says - --- --- - _. who has red blood in his veins? Are
elate it nays except when given -- --------- '
you in this class ARE YOU GOINGTO
certain radically never treatment STAY' THERE-TO SELL YOUR
Then came the close of the war, and
BIRTHRIGHT FOR A "MESS OF
Florida] cattle which brought thirtyto POTTAGE
dollars ahead, calves included -
forty "I'll Do It Some Day. That's what
in demand, and in priceto
dropped
but will ?
you say, you Every
tight\ to thirteen dol-
about (new)
day are growing older
you -
calves thrown in free. youn
bra a head,
is waning ambition is'
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energy your
The ill Wind. has blown pood..The .
dying-YOU ARE BECOMING SET
of Success Elsewhere:
Influence
IN YOUR HABITS AND MANNEROF
in counties, and
Succens adjacent LIFE! How do you like to stand
In others over the state, along IIn'Ioof
still and passing the
see men you on
int4'nKifarmin< tesoit hotel
r, road to success? Some of them can'thadly
building, and putt I hr:1:1 cattle] raix-
sign their names, yet they are
Ini<; Ma> long( been noted by t the peo- making good money-discounting you
\ da county But it being
pie of flare
100 per cent. D trance to thru trtunmg and avocation
be compelled d'lY to
some
you may
hesitated and lost
they long to of these hat in hand
i one men, : ,
h ith 1 '
tnoriand more Jl'IIltion an S-w ; 1f:0 beg for a position ? WHY? Because -
I>elnidn'ahu'*. The ne\\paner of -
they are working for themselves
ruck shipments fans<' the :Sanford;
-you are working for some oneelse .
,rein. nt"> thetanatee I I
district! fie fly n, 1N # WHY DON'T YOU WORK
) : thoVr"l>Kto>r, Wuuchula
FOR YOURSELF ?
innings: VeinIore" Iluvcn Clew-t t ,,A dl"3s r ;I' _
Kism'mmee and the KUsimmee Val-
Stun anal hundred' of other prosper-
'Bus communities< in Flor da put Osj i j ley.-Nature's favored land-a land

eeola to thinking. At last the leaven of tempered, balmy breezes of boun-

worked, and in 1!1l2: the first serious tiful soil-a land of prosperity, comfort -
and recreation the "land flowing
-
attempt all systtmalic: and commerciul -
raising was made in the county, with milk and honey"-calls you
n and around KHainmec. to leave the harsh and wornout lands

The Start U Made the frigid winters and the killing

Forming a crude farmers. cop frosts. It calls to the weary hopeless!

riitive assoc'ation, some' fifteen or worker at .he' Qffi"e desk; it beckonsto

wenty men lust year pledifd themselves the comnetition-harrassed storekeeper -
, to t'v out reriously strawberries -to alt 1t offers a home where-

' : at Kisoimrnep. Some fifty u pleasant employment for one's self
acres was set and tSe best knowledps t is rewarded by more than a living-
.
that could he had. Success nt. I much more, indeed! Money in the

;endej their effort The quality. II bank and individual independence.

ield per acre, lime' of ripening, color . -w---- qar Yes, more than a good living-a well-
ind flavor, graded with the best of I ordered state, good schools, nearness:
to markets', wondroua scenic beauties -
he berries shipped from standard! :
terry sh-ppin; points elsewhere In the : 1 paradise for the sportsman.And .
rat4uYr7 ''
The, yield was simply astonish- let us say to the man who Is' "

; the only thing lackIng' was the working on a small salary and tryingto

roper marketing facilities and arngements. save!! money: "It's a good thing

which thev have takerps [,. :' for you to save money,,"

to' provide for this year androm LOOK TRUTH IN THE FACE! IK

nf won. Other wlnt-r grownps YOU LAY AWAY $10 EVERY
were cxpenmen'ed wth; ...- cumbers vd3 +Akk 149.bf MONTH. HOW LONG WILL IT

beans, popper, cabhup-p. pi- I TAKE YOU TO SAVE $2,500 IN-
,
toes and corn. Everyone yielded in OSCBOLA COUNTY COUNT HOUSE ,/ TEREST NOT COUNTED, IT WILL

considering there was no 1 XltiiHtiil In the middle. of n c-ltv block urrnupd by fttl-Rl'vf'n of Florldh'a mont bountiful Hvf nnks nil TAKE YOU 20 YEARS AND 10
nundan"p' drainage, and little provision .111'1'1" LAND WILL BRING YOU THAT

j The stones of adventure in severa'I I AMOUNT IN A SINGLE YEAR-
.pea of this rew industry AN EARNING POWER EQUAL TO

Isewhere in this issu' under their .. $41, -- - -- --- -- --- CENT INTEREST.Are .
.separate headings. Dofcens of similar \

stories, backed by records and had a taste of the tourist business I Oresta Vosselln has written and SANITARY you saving money ? Just tike
vouched for bv man of veracity and profit also, and theill a demand popularized "Fiorula Nichtj.: DAIRY I iyour pencil and figure out how long

knowledge could he told of other growing for more rf this business. I James M. Cox bought a Miimi COMPANY MILK I it will take you ti save, say $2.500.If .
raised-of tomatoes, and cauli- Both cities realize that without the WHO FOLKS IN II newspaper. AND ICE CREAM you Iny away two hard-earned $5

EPII-, and egg plant and beets and proper accommodations to offer the I Aitnur Pryor, con po er and band- :i ever month, interest counted, it will
'. For the of this story wealthy seek'nir winter take 20 ,
pleasure playtime 25Omorths.
purpose nnster, own a home at Mi:tmi.Octnvus As far back you over years or
Dffirp it to say, a new winter truck- visitor, they cannot expect none FLORIDA I Roy Cohen enjoys his ihumblo! as history goes, the JUST THINK OF IT. THE
ng district has !been born in Florida, I save the few who stop through curiosity II flicnds at Ormond Eoach. i'played four-footed milch cow lies PRTME OF YOUR I IVE C.OVE AND)
Osceola county. for leis a very important part. Many ONLY TO SHOW FOR IT!
or necessity a more or W. J. Bryan i1! a Minmi Ci't'zen; and I lu ,humorous story has been written $2,500
(Jo'nTo 1V It Right brief time. In the county are at Sunshine, that bright little miigatine valuable Florida( hoof I I'r. I about the "pretty milk maid" and Ten acres of our land properly attended

] Determined upon being a trucking least a score of locations upon which edited by Herbert Felkel of Si' Ji;
Istrict. the men of the county madep could be erected small modern tour- Augustine, has just made is second ,'ami' a rooter. for Florida. the milk man. Aside from these ONE SINGLE YEAR an amount

their mind that to succeed they ist hotels, lodges: or fishing and hunting monthly appearance, ani:! contiins: interesting The <"vri>s 11 K. f'jrt yacht! i is iBtorijs. there enters into the serious equal to the annual earnings of $41-

[lust hold back some' ,of the largess camps. One of these locations, comment on peonlo of national known like Cy, on both east! ant west I' side: of life the and 6 7.00 loaned i"t fi per cent interest.
nature a hen it came in too abun- a beaut if I island in Lake Tohopekn- fame who count Florida! coast cf Flouda. | beneficial milk very necessary i I Read this "arefully-think what this
int quantity, and must be able to 1'ira; is in sight! of Kissimmee. Para a'I I George; Adc plays golf part Ihas played. | means. You must use your brains to
their winter home. Mr. Felkel, however every season : j I Physicians, sanitariums health re- 'I
(pplement] it with man made assisInce dise I Island simply stands there begging omitted to mention General W at 'r.1'enty ,I scrta nnd nurses advocate the health (make, money. In the same time thatit
when it fell short of need. Tocceed for money and vision enough; to B. Haldeman. for I Fred and i Thomas( A. Edison 'and life would take you to save $2,500 at
th giving of the
in wjnter truck grow'ng onp- convert it into the most popular inland brilliant editor of many the years Louisville< call Fort Myers home. milk and; properties today purzcow's rrW0; a month, 10 acres of ths land
be prepared to take suecess- resort place in Florida. Runny- RuhMnl EI'monds many people will bring you in a gross income of
a Times ( lives at Daytonaand ;
beinc
tust and part owner of that excellent I pre brought back to health,
of from the landry mede Lodge at Narroo lIee. some few I 5208300.
write
crops same and its twin the Louisville\ ? of TloriJa:: constantly. normal physical beings exclusive
ythe
miles out from St. Cloud is the only paper I[ You exclaim. "You have figured
season so that in cafe low { Courier-Journal who is B. C. I' rLps has invented in,. aid rf milk. nfants may -
now use ) and
Bend strictly tourist' hotel in the county com- ib very on a saving of $10 a month, but
npetature/s, low prices, or no inander-in-chief of the United Con strong for, Florida. old de'icqre people'use, as their chief ;
any o- all pf these, should hapto and its limited accommodations are federate Veterans, and who is one of j h'vinfB"cheIJer, the author, has a i diet, milk. I I'i I how about my salary-you have left

strike one crop, another an'l taken early every Reason and every Florida's honored residents and ,i permanent home at Winter Park. II| The Sanitary Dairy Company, with i, that out.WHAT.
II another can be grown in a short one else seekinar rest and pleasure staunchest friends and Oeorgre V. Hobart is the author of i I L. S. Bryarly its is db- | BECOMES OF YOUR SALARY -
supporters, as proprietor,
ile there is turned off. Kt. Cloud and ? Expenses for clothing; : food
to recoup the loss. This can I haying owned an estate at Naples for a bock entitled "Idle Moment In I livcring to the people of Kiasimmeepure ,
Kissimmee both interested in the and rent it AND YOU ARE
; done only bv intensive farming on are Florida. ure uo--
the last rich milk that has
thirty-five hand the
years, where I flavor
I Hotel idea and the. idea is GETTING A MONTH ? That
Tourist $208.00
I tile-drained, tile irrigated and ; his estimable family have been Walter Hagen, Joe Kirkwood, Gene that pleases as it linger and is ting- I
working Kissimmee well and is what 10 acres of this land will
at so
-aerated soil. A few small plots spending the winter Sarpzen anj many other worldfamedgolf ed with the yellow characterizing the
j sub-tile drained land in the Kis- fast, that plans and location are being professionals are Florida enthus cream. Protein is the essential I bring you in CASH every month, besides
John most
D. Rockefeller has home
mee section stood out so prom- carefully considered. When that a at iasts. ( element in the furnishing you a home and
city decides what it wants it will Ormond, Florida. physical development nearly everything will eat.
ntly in their returnii among they Arthur Brisbane enjoys his winterson 'of the you
untiled gardens that the con- with its awakened spirit, go after as- I John B. Stetsop built and endowed Anastasia Inland off St. Augus- I I which growth humon being and repair the element of tissue on No matter to what class you }belong!

It was all the argument needed to sistance and then getting that will a university at DeLand Florida.W. time. 'depends the -no matter what your position in

vince the most scept'cal. Result: do its own big part in accomplishing Livingston Lamed spends his Flo Ziegfeld and Billy Burke live especially; satisfying Sanitary for Dairy this milk growthand is life-the people of Kiss'mmee and -of

tv acres of Klasimmee section I its desires. I winters at St. Augustine, Florida. at Palm Beach. I tissue repair work. the Great Kisiimmee Valley invite

ck farms will be sub-tiled and I : Barron G. Collier has bought a Ray owns an orange &grove Delightfully pleasing (is the ice you to come and make\ your home
slunk for irrigation this sum- Where He Could --o..t I whole Florida county which bears his est Orange county. I cream manufactured by the Sanitary with them-invite you to come and
| help them make this one of the grandest -
.
I name. Ring is
naH fond of St. Dairy. Its real
A Northern spendinl'the very a food; palate teasing -
long and article man, summer Edward is fruit raising; gardening and ag-
fully descriptive I Bok building in Florida and
in the South went to' aee the satisfying. Try it and be
this issue elsewhere, treats the one. of the finest homes in the world. The I sident Harding spent convinced. ricultural districts on the face of the
last of series between two
IJect of soil needs and the manner local game team.. For a time he could not Roger Babson has bought, and is each spring at Hotel Ponce de Leon, Bryarly began operation here dur- globe. Already hundred of happy
a and satisfied families from
cost of this sub-tile drainage. It developing, Babson Park. St. August'ne. I every section -
ing 1923
observe umpire but at last he January and has a most
any of the Union have located in Kis-
aid be carefully and thoughtfully him in the grandstand Nina Wilcox Putnam has a home at These are but a few of the hun- gratifying and growing business.
"as it is the result of careful in- pled sitting up Delray Florida and dreds simmee and the Kissimmee Valley-
writes Florida
of distinguished people who i His phone number is 203.
Jgation in the successful Sanford amongthe spectators. article love Florida and are giving it millions men and women who now own their

Oviedo district 'where "farmer "Great gun,. man!I" tbe Northerner I So do Irwin Cobb, S. E. Scrogginsand ,1 of dollar worth of unpurehas- jl fine groves and fruit orchards truck
If this system have already har- exclaimed a native. "Wthafs the other noted authors. j'able advertising each year. Insurance Policy gardens; fine homes, poultry bee, ,

1 three profitable crop from thee umpire doing, up in grandstand, T" Will Payne has a home in St. Pee I'I "You make me,so angry!" stormed 'live stock-ALL PAID FOR. -men

acreage, and many have a '".well". the native explained, rtiie tersburg. All Present Mrs. Bin* after the, company had and 'woni;n 'who don't' owe a dollar

th 'on.-corn'now'growing for spectators''sad to a euH . !lamwork' :Chauncey Depew has wintered at I. t wa*,the text of t.he".ermon 1,left. "'%yy.: dot yoUinsist..onYsittingon' and are in..aw.y money "in the t
I bank'for'1'"rtlin day"rThese
ket. .o'muchjthat-heallowed that-if St.- f ,
thirty the
: year today piano atool.sfl' eyenin& Everybody
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Here Derek>i m nt Appre chee the folk up In the grandstand could Bay Hubbell' has dedicated a song "j i; know
t Intensive truck crowing for ther see every play *o dunned good; he'd to Florida Rotarian "He, rlveth His beloved sleep""Wo m>te." '.are native1bornextend you""*
market Is then to do his 'John wa there;" ,' ( hearty welcome to come and share In
not all the people better go up nm- bought 8. *0 ,"Neither ,
"nSarasobaa I can anybody else while their
>sceola county are turning to. The plrln'," -,From Everybody Maga-- acre .la ta Sugar Bowl" "All t he beloved apparentl7TheEpwol'th ."- 'I'm sitting c there Mr.Iplacidly i WILL happiness YOU' and prosperity.>>
explained ACCEPT THAT INVITATION
nt of home and farm sine. aectloo. .
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The New Osceola County I B. B. ADAMS-


Spirit Which Will Make FLORIDA NIGHTSThe GROCERIES- FRUITS

" '- AND VEGETABLES

beauties of Florida inspire ..
Independently Rich visitors and home folks alike to I B. BJ Adams, who recently openedlfromroGeorgia

put their visions Into prose and I in Kissimmee came
IL verse and often real gems are the and in looking fora
Truck Growing, Home and Farm Development and Seeking result".... noted in the following (desirable location for business decld.I

After Florida's Fine Winter Tourist Btlisiness i' song by Clara Griffin Gazzam of ed upon Kissimmee as being the most
\ Clearwater.: under the title of I promising; with the brightest future.
Now Fills the Minds of Most Citizens. progress! "FloridaNights.: .".* s Adams like .ran more of the

Made In Sections folki from Goergia, just had to l leave
Already Many As Shown
By Determination Florida days are sunny days roses' ,the. ,home-state and the boll weevil;
To Let, Public Know; from .June-to '-June. thus his routing to, Florida, the most
4 a Sweet with the' breath of :or.n'g.treei. I prosperous state in the south.

is kissed by the warmth Adams is a thorough grocerymanand
of has abroad, :and< everywhere L y y .
The spirit progress are seen ,eA of) noon, ,carries a 'very, complete line of
breast of Osceola county. No- longer fine, country homes surrounded with Whispering palms and fragrant the most popular brands. Fruits and

db its citizens thirtkto content themselves healthy young orange- groves good pine lulling your heart to I vegetables in season are a feature.
with the natural returns of the staple crops, and many pure bred or test Miss Redwine his niece ably assistsas

God-gvein crops of pasture grace pure-bred crossed cattle and Jiogs. I II After a day the cool night comes, I saleslady and is very efficient inthis
lumber and naval stores and the re- "We can raise the best, and by Georgewe I -' 'Florida nights are best. I capacity.
turns from the illimitable richness of are going to- do it," declared one Ii I

its lakes and -rivers. farmer out in the far country when I I Florida nights are lovers' nights GREAT LAND MOVEMENT
As the boll weevil was a blessing in spoken to concerning the improvements : 1 i nature fi all atune
(Continued from One)
the cotton states, compelling he has made. Even the page
disguise to rang"cattle .: Mocking birds sing their mating
If YOU WILL
farmers to turn to other men are Improving their; herds 5ww anything happens
under the southern
which they have found more and better breeds, from the Sacrel! s song, HAVE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN. Be-

crops remunerative, and making them moreIndependent Bull of the Brahmins, to the standard I I After moon the, sun has dipoed from I lieve me, friend if jou sit with your
cattle tick and the beef types in this extended fortune may drop a
the country bs
so may sight, into the golden west few
but she will
pennies therein,
pass
the seen with
convinced recurring
have peopleof frequency on the wholeworld
Wcrld war Tho' search the
you may I by and the dollars to the man
must to the praries and in the enclosed give
Florida, that they turn j many pas 'round, Florida nights
who is doing something for himself.
their and take advantage tures now appearing in the c un'y.'
soil for pay ate best.
WHY IN THE NAME OF REASON
blessinifs of climate and The for roads is
of all the cry more being/ \ DON'T VOTT DO SOMETHING FOR
health which they enjoy the rich and raised and being answered by the i I Florida ways aremerry ways, YOURSELr

I the poor alike the evil and the just people themselves. Districts which music and laughter meet. "Ain't It the Truth? In the great

jl.th'r. have been difficult to reach becauseof Over the sunlit golden sand twin- American cities there is a vast armyof
Whether rightfully or wrongly, the poor roads are being brought more tit r kle the dancing feet; men who cell all their education

idea prevails over the entire country nearly to town and market by better Murmuring: waves forever call, all their brains, all their abil'ty. and
that cattle infested by the Texas roads and the county will soon be "Come to the Ocean's breast," all their time for from $20 to $35 a
lever tick\ is either unwholesome or one of the best road counties in the After the day, a night of stars, week. Once a week or month each! '
unpalatable. Th Pros and cons of state. It his now many excellent Florida nights are best. gets a little yellow envelope and divides -
I that have Ions! been ably argued by main highways and is improving I the contents between the landlord -

both !sides! to the controversy withno these and adding to their mileage: This poem has been set to music the butcher, the baker and the
definite tlisproval of the claims through state and federal ass:,.ance. by Oreste Vessela, a well-known I tailor Then they hurry back to the

of either side. The Florida tick infested An Eye on the Tourist i I, northern composer. "great grind"-today; -tomorrow-old
cow i-. not wanted outside the :Saint: Cloud and Kisgimmee have : L. COMER COUNTY JUDO I Ir. ; age-exit! What a life for a man

state, says Uncle Sam, and in the __ __ h _. _ ___ ___. ___m. _ __ __.___. who hag red blood in his veins? Are
Rate it nays except when given r --- ----- -- -- -- you In this class? ARE YOU GOINGTO

certain radically severe treatment !
STAY THERE-TO SELL YOUR
Then came the close of the war, and BIRTHRIGHT FOR A "MESS OF
Florida cattle which brought thirtyto POTTAGE?"

forty dollars a head calves' included "I'll Io It Some Da)'." That's what
dropped in demand and in priceto
,
you say but will you ? Every
about ( new) tight to thirteen dol-
older
day you are growing youn
in free.
1.11'11 head mlvvs thrown
a Is waning- ambition is
energy your
The ill! Wind, has blown good.h .
dying-YOU ARE BECOMING SET
'I| I Influence of Success' KlnewhrreKUCCCHH : IN YOUR HABITS AND MANNEROF

in adjacent counties, and LIFE! How do you like to standstill
in others over the state, along \lines
the
and see men passing you on
.ifntenime; rat 01m', ream' t hotelI.milling I
road to success? Some of them can'thardly
mid, I punhie I cattle raisin their
sign names yet they are
..
<; ha. long been/ noted by the people making good money-discounting you
of Oce( In county Hut it being er 100 per cent. Did you ever think that
-tuinge/: to thru training and avocn be
you may compelled some diy togo
1 i n, this he-ituted long and lost to one of these men, hat in hand: ,
loonini'l, more both l p' Hilton. an II 1
I
and beg for a position 7 WHY? Because -
I c 'uniarhn".. The 'new .psnrr of they are working for them-
/ fn' in the S.infordMiMiirt. i .-
IIHK fbipttn-nts I selves-you are working for some one
t. I'-e Uv'e I > -'I'nn. theMamitce 1 ,f .; _' else! WHY DON'T YOU WORK
II hV'l bier. Wuuc''ulu, _ _ FOR YOURSELF?
II "-t logs. Vein, Mmc Haven Clew I _
: KiftHirnmee and the Kl simmee Val
-ton iin-l l hundred, other I prosprcomimmi'io -
Nature's, favored land-a land
< ,s ill Florda put Os- i ley.-
i-ola to thinking. At last. the leavenuorked. of tempered, balmy breezes of bountiful -

siiil in I P.I2J!I: ': the first se'ioun I lw soil-a land of prosperity, contort -
attempt mnt.. mope and commerI I and re'reation-the "land flow-
?al rni"illlWit' ni->de in the county, ing with milk and honey"--calls you
to leave the harsh and wornout lands
.
l Ki
in and around Start l Is Made the frigid winters and the killing-

Forming. a crude farm'r"l01'' frosts. It calls to the weary hopeless,
fifteen ortwenty worker at the.office desk; it beckonsto
i-rutive assoc stion, some I
the comp tltion-harrR store
men last year plcdtrfd themselve Str'illi
strawli kl'eper-to air it offers a home where-
to t'v out seriously -
l "r.c< si Kissimmee.. Some fifty pleasant employment for one's selfis
hest knowledg- rewarded by more than a living-
t'e
anew was set and
u. d that could be had. Success ..ttendej much more, indeed! Money in the
bank and individual independerce.Yes .
their ( !fort. The quality. "i
yield per acre, t'mo; of ripening, color more than a good living-a well-
ordered state, good schools, nearness
and flavor, graded with the best of
to markets, wonderous scenic beauties
the berries shipped from standard -
berry shppin: points elsewhere In the paradise for the iportsman.
And let to the who Is
simoly astonish- 'us say .man
",.tfl. The yield was
l the working a small salary and trying'
in; the only thing lock'nft' was .
iF- 2- to save money: .It's. good thing
proper' marketing facilities and arrangements "
which they have taker. I..a.-T- for you to save money.

steps to provide for this year and LOOK TRUTH IN THE FACE IF
from nr won. Other wlnt-r grown YOU LAY AWAY $10 EVERY
crops were experimented w'th' -. cucumbers r \ MONTH. HOW LONG WILL IT

beans pepper cablmve.. pitfltoes TAKE YOU TO SAVE $2.500 IN-
and corn. Everyone yielded! in OSCKOl.A!: COUNTY TOl'HT IIOUBK TEREST NOT COUNTED, IT WILL

abundance considering there was no Sltiial.il In the mMdlior n rUv block surrounded by nrty- evn of FlorId,.. mom beautiful live oaks nil moss- TAKE YOU 20 YEARS AND 10
adequate drainage and little provisionfor .11!nil 1-1"+ d l. torte are few' ruuntlrs anywhere which have so beautiful( Court House than this one In Klanlmmee. MONTHS. TEN ACRES OF THIS
ir'' lration. LAND WILL BRING YOU THAT
The stories of adventure In "evpra' AMOUNT IN A SINGLE YEAR-

lines' of thiK rew industry are told I AN EARNING POWER EQUAL TO
elsewhere. in this i ilC"u" under their t $41f(57,00( LOANED AT 6 PER
-. ---- --- --- CENT INTEREST.
separate hc.idinr< )Dozens of simi

lar storirs, backed by records and had a tame of the tourUt nines'* Oresta Vassella\ has written and SANITARY DAIRY I Are you saving money ? Just tike
vouched for bv rn"n of veracity and profit also and the-e is a demand popularized "Florida Niehti.: I your pencil and figure out how long
knowledge -- could be told of other growing for more ( f this business. I James M. Cox bought a Mi iminewspaper. COMPANY MILK I i it, will! take you b save say 2500.
crops raised--of tomatoes and cauli-\ Both cities realize that without) the WHO'S WHO FOLKS IN : AND ICE CREAMAs If you lay away two hard-earned $5

flowe-, pail egg plant and beets and proper accommodations t'.i offer the I, Attnur Pryor, con pa er and band- | ever month interest counted, it will
lettuce. )For the purpose of ,this story wealthv pleasure seekng winter play nester, own n home at Mi-imi. far back the take you over 20 years, or 250
suffice it to say a new winter trucking time visitor, 'they cannot expect none FLORIDA Octavus Roy Cohen enjoys his ni-mble four-footed as history milch goes., hrs months JUST THINK OF IT. THE
district has "been born in Florida, save the few who stop through curiosity fiieids i at Ormpnd Coach.: i play( d cow PRIME OF YOUR I IFE GOME AND
important
in Osceola county. or necersity for a more or lets W. .1. B'vun i is a Miami ot'zen; and U humorous a very has been part. written Many ONLY $2,500 TO SHOW FOR IT!
story '
( o'n" To Ito It Right brief time. In the county are at Sunshine, that bright Jitt'e megazinc valuable Florida boo t ter. I about the "pretty milk maid" and Ten acres of our land properly attended

Determined upon being a trucking least a score of morn which edited by Herbert Felkel of Si .JIIf';'e I If i nd K came, sow. and be- still\ more about the early arrival of will bring you $2,500' cash IN
could be erected small tour- ONE 1: SINGLE YEAR, an amount
district the men ef the county madeup amt a rooter for Florida.
the
Augustine has made i in second milk man. Aside from these
just
their mind that to succeed they ist hotels lodges or fishing and hunt- monthly anj contiirts interesting Tho Pvri's II. K. fnt; 's yicht! i isknown I crocus, them. enters into the serious equal to the annual earnings of $41-
appearance
must hi Id hack come of the largess ing camps. One of ,these locations, comment of like Cy o.i both east and west! I''s'de! of life the and 667.00 loaned nt I 6 per cent infrest.
of nature \hen it came in too abundant n lien ut if I Island in lake Tohopekn- fame who count on people F'oridn!' national a- coast cf I'loiida.Jeorce I i beneficial part milk very has necessary played. I I Read this carefully-think whet this.
I'ga. is in sight of Kissimmee. Para- i ( means. You must use brains to
quantity, and muM be able to their winter home. Mr.\ Felkel, however Adi* plays golf every renal f Physicians sanitariums, health reIscrt.i your
supplement it with man made assistance disc Island simply stands there begging nt Bellea'r. I I and make men!>y. In the same time thatit
omitted to mention General W nurses advocate the health '
wheat it fell short of need. To for money and vision enough to B. Haldeman for ,tin I lien )' F ttl and! Thomas A. Edison! and life giving properties of the ur3 would take you to save $2,500 at
many years p
'it into the t0 month 10 of ths; land
convert most nopula' inland call a acres
succeed in winter truck (jrow'ni one brilliant editor of the Louisville- Fort. Myers home. cow's milk and! many people today;\
be resort place in Florida. Runny- Ri, herd : will bring you in a gross income of
must prepared to take a succession Times, and part owner of that excellent )Esmonds; !lives at Daytona are heinq brought back to health,
of trops from the same land mede Lodge at Narcoo lIt'e. some few land( write ; of Florida conrtintly. normal $52,083.00.
and its twin the Louisville\ physical beings hy the exclusive \
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miles out from St. Clcud is the only paper '. | You exclaim. "You have figured -
low B. ( may
every season so that in cape Courier-Journal who is F' roes has inve ted in, and! use cf milk. .Infants ani
strictly tourist hotel! in the now com- very on a saving of $10 a month but
ii. '
temperatures, low prices, or no demand county irander-in-chief of the United Con : rong for, Florida. old. de'irote people use, as their chief
anv o" all of these, should happ and its limited accommodations are federate Veterans, and who is one of living B-chel'er' the author has a i diet milk. | how about my salary-you have left

n to strike one crop, another an'l I taken early every season and every Florida's honored residents and permanent home at Winter Park. I The Sanitary Dairy Company, withL. |i that out.WHAT.
still another can be grown in a short one else seeklnjf rest! and pleasure staunchest friends and supporters, George V. Hobart is the author ofa S. Bryarly as its proprietor is db- BECOMES OF YOUR SAL-
there is turned off. St. Cloud and ? Expenses for clothing, food
while to' recoup tha loss. This can having owned an estate at Naples for bock entitled "Idle Moments In I livcrinjr" to the people of Kissimmee IARY
I'e I done onlv bv intensive farming on Kissimmee, both are interested in the Florida and rent ure it UD-AND YOU ARE
the last hand I rich milk that has the favorthat
thirty-five where pure
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'the tile-draired, tile irr'gnted and I Tourist Hotel idea and the. idea is his estimable family years have been Walter Hagen, Joe Kirkwood, Gene pleases as it lingers and is tinged -| GETTING $208.00 A MONTH ? Thatis
ti'e- 'ated aoil. A few small plots' working at Kissimmee no well and spending the winters. Sarpzen anj many othe- worldfamedgolf with the yellow characterizing: the what 10 acres of this land will
of sub-tile drained land in the Kis fast, that plans and location are being professionals are Florida enthus cream. Protein is the most essential bring you in CASH every month besides
considered. When that I John D. Rockefeller has a home at furnishing home and
a
simmee section stood out so prom- carefully iasts. (element in the physical development you
inently in their returnii among the citv decides what it wants, it will, Ormond, Florida. Arthur Brisbane enjovs his winterson of the human! being, the element nearly everything you will eat.
many untiled gardens that the contrast with its awakened spirit go after assistance ,I I John B. Stetson built and endowed Anastasia Island, off St. Augus- { which growth and repair of tissue on I No matter to what class you belong

was all the argument needed to and then getting/ that will a university at DeLand, Florida.W. time. depends: the Sanitary milk is no matter what your position in
convince the moat acept'cal.' Result: do its own big part in accomplishing Livingston Lamed spends his Flo Ziegfeld and Billy Burke live I especially satisfying for Dairy this growthand life-the people of Kiss'mmee and -of

Sixty acres of Kissimmee section I its desires. winters at St. Augustine Florida. at Palm Beach. tissue repair work.Delightfully . the Great Kissimmee Valley invite
truck farms will be sub-tiled and --- Barron G. Collier has bought a Ray Havens owns an orange grove I pleasing Is"the ice you to come and make your home

wells sunk for Irrigation this sum Where He Could-S** Best i whole Florida county which bears his property in West Orange county. I j I cream manufactured by the Sanitary I'I'I with them-Invite you to come and
help them make this of the
one grandest
name. Ring Lardner is fond of St. Dairy. Its real food -
very a : palate teasing -
mer.A long and fully descriptive articlein A Northern m.n. spending the summer I Edward Bok is building in Florida, Petersburg I and satisfying. Try it and be fruit raising, gardening and agricultural -
in the South went to' see the I
this issue. elsewhere, treats the one of the finest{ homes in the world. The late President Harding spent convinced. districts on the face of the

subject of soil\ needs and the manner 1 last local game teams.of For a series a time between he could two rot Roger Babson has bought, and is each spring at Hotel Ponce de Bryarly began operation here durIng and globe.satisfied Already families hundreds from of happy
and cost of this sub-tile It St. Leon'l every section -
developing Babson August'ne.
drainage. Park.
he January 1923 and has a most
observe umpire but at last of the Union
have located in Kis
should be and any Nina Wilcox home These but few of .
carefully thoughtfullyread him in the Putnam has a at are a the gratifying and growing business. I
spied sitting grandstand simmee and the Kissimmee '
as it is the result of careful Investigation the up Delray Florida and writes Florida. dreds of disMnguished: people who His phone number is 203. Valley
in the successful Sanfordand among spectators. articles. love Florida and are giving it millions men and women who now own their

Oviedo districts where"farmersusing "Great guns, man!" the Northerner So do Irwin Cobb S. E. Scrogginsand \ of dollars' worth of unpurchas- tine groves and fruit'orchards-:
this system have already harvested exclaimed a native. "W\h.t"a\ the other noted authors. able advertising each year. Insurance Policy .gardens' fine homes, poultry beer ,;

three profitable crops from the umpire doing, up in the ,grandstand?" Will Payne baa ,a home in St. Petersburg. ''I "You make ma,so angry!" stormed and live stock-ALL PAID t FOR-men

same acreage and rromy have a I ."Well", the native explained! "thespectators' ,-. All Present Mrs. Blegs after the. company had and 'women 'wbo'don't owe a dollar

fourth one-corn now growing for 'uad to '.bum 'Chauncey Depew has wintered at "Wh 't was the text of the sermon left. "Why dotyouanslst-..on"'sitting I llsnk'for'rainy are..lajrlngu.away moneyla' . the "
market.\ work' so'much-that-he allowed that-if 8t. .stine for the day.;
\ Ang thirty years today f ,J on' piano stool ajf. evening T. Everybody ',These 'peopVVfacndJlatf those whoare'
More Home Development Approaches the folk up In the grandstand couldsee .Ray Habbell, has dedicated 'a. aong I knows.-:you' 'can't play a naUvewborn.extend
"Heyeth
But Intensive truck growing for the every play so domed good he'd to Florida Rotarians His beloved sleep, not*." "to"7OU"heart7. -a

winter markets is not all the. people better go up there to do his nmplrlnV 'John .lUngting baa bought '8, 80 "Who was there?" I,' "Neither can, anybody else while |their welcome to and come and share in

of Osceola county are turning to. The From Everybody's Magatine. .- acre* .la the "SsraaoU. Sugar Bowl", "All t he beloved, apparently"- I'm sitting'.' there," explained: Mrs.) WILL happiness YOU ACCEPT prosperity.>> THAT IN-

spirit of home and farm! development 1\\ ection. The Epworth League. / Birr placidly."-Ex. trr t VITATION xW

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The half-tone cuts above only show a small)) portion of the Everglade Cypress Company's large plant. Many t

i! other buildings are on their holdings. In the town, proper, they own and operate a big mercantile establishment .
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goods on market. Very near anything the people need and want,
and sell)) at prices! much lower than a small market could ; due to buying in large quantities.


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1 I In 1902 the Company was I Some two years ago the people, nearly all off I lively functioning Women's automatic -I
established and during the entire plant was; destroyedby whom have a goodly part of I!iClub,' Methodist and Baptist I refuse is arrangement this When the night shift starts Ii I
fire but &'mmediat the I)I conveyed and fed working: the production will i
years that have intervened $25,000 weekly payroll. Churches, both white and to the boilers, thus
have been one of the leading ly rebuilt oTfijpgiuch larger All the houses, for both 1 colored ; a nine months big fuel saving a i I be much larger.
scale. TodayTfppjfs'new and white and colored !'! expense that other- I[ Cypress is called "The 1
employes, [graded public school
factors in the development I ( ; an ex- ;Wise would be incurred. The Wood
Eternal"and doubt
;greater capactty-it standsas as well as for the ,i no
superintendents
l F I -]perienced; competent physi- entire
of Osceola County. Whileit the first driven I mechanical arrange- about it being a wood that
electrically: and assistants, are ,;cian and last but '
not least '
is true that the plant is cypress mill) in the world. I electrically lighted and are i|ia husky bunch of base ball, : ment is up to a high standard will]] give far greater service i
located just across the boun- The plant is located on the piped for water, the supplyof boys who have .I of efficiency and the 'than the majority of those
dary line of Osceola and in 'edge of the ridge which which is both plenteousand good many battles put up that a.I maximum here of production is mied.]] J. Wade Tucker, the
marks the dividing line between realized as in few oth- !vice-president and general
Polk I County, Kissimmeeand pure. Sanitary conditions brought home the 'bacon.'
I I er plants of its kind !
the clay hills) of the are insisted on and i After in the manager, says, "Our Com-
Osceola County have always I January, 1924, entire
; ridge and the sands of the most rigidly enforced, andas I day and night shift a country. \pany now has standing
will
felt that it was one of,lower and flatter lands to a result the health of the used that will double be I The Company owns and :enough timber to lastworking -
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her industries. The Com- the east of it. Geographically entire community is benefit- I or operates twenty five milesof at full capacity, for
production
output thus
t pany's cypress holdings in the mill) is exactly half ed. I giving employment railroad with the neces-.i more than fifteen years."

Osceola County alone ap- way between the west coastat I. Loughman is well supplied greater number of people.to a sary stock engine and rolling The cypress products of
Tampa and the east coastat with the equipment that keep the Company consists pf
proximate more than 30,000 necessary so- As noted above, the entire' the mills :
acres of the very finest of Melbourne via Kissimmeeand II cial and civic needs of an plant is ,electrically driven 'I More.'miles supplied with logs. band sawed lumber', cypress I
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St. Cloud, with fine track will be
old a intelligent and high grade the"'steam for uhinglea ancTlath. :IBpecial!
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layed'
swamp cypress. 60,000 paved highway almost the Here" I as necessity demands: boat
I people. are found: A being derived from building materials, fint; J
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home working -
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reading and lumber tank materials
rest boilers that ; \
are fed, by the !
all acres told. the Company has,] The town of Loughmanhas room, with an excellent library sawdust and slabs made in II 000 the feet output is over 100- and orange field boxes. Ask of
more than two thou-. for of all lumber, 50,000
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V SlCl: oaxd =:1:heWonder' = 'City '.," ". ::7. _, ,. NARCOOSSEE, HEALTH REPUTATION RECALLS Kenansville, Center of """ \*,""' O .N' 'f .




Brosters Of 'Form Sanitarium: 8'te '

First Commercial Life an'Old Cleaning Up And Advertising C.ty Great Land and Timber .

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Norcoassee, Fla. Oct. :30.-There I is Development MovementKISSIMMEE

Veterans' FloridaHome n story connected with Narcoossee:

.i '. that is worth telling, for it has to do ---.

with the one thing that all mankind ,

. ;. \", seeks-Health') : Ame.nlthe most flourishing .and
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t It.." Here Is tho story in brief: At the' \ PltnUC SCHOOL l prominent\ towns J In Osceola county,

From a Colony of Eleven' Houses and a Population of Some Three Hundred LivingIn session i of the World's Medical DATING BACK TO 1890Continued outride the list of the developed citiesis

Tents; in 1910, to the Present Finely Built Modern\ Clean City of Approxi eminent gross held physicians in' 1883 was a .con.l / from ]>**. Two) the Kenansville Florida East, the Coast's idea and belief result that of

mately Three Thousand in ,1923, Remarkable .Showing.: ascertain by travel and Yowell took Miss Oliver's place, Mrs. Interior! Florida can be made as ate
Johnson had the sixth End seventh tractive
location on the Western Hemispherebest and as prosperous for the
suited to the treatment find cure grades. There was' no eighth grade pettier as the coast and lake regions:
HE city of St. Clcud, nine miles from Kh&nimee and((the second largest place in the county, has a population of tubercu'osis. That committee reported then, but the pupils went from tho :The town, which has a population of

of between two and three .thl>uBand. It is 0:1 the main, shortest, route between Tampa ani Melbourne, at. the triennial session heldin seventh grade into the high school. six or seven hundred. and is growing

on the Enl rosra-ch of 'IIt"tlStiC" and much. Mr. Kills! left in 1S95, or 6, and Mr. Mayton branch of the Florida East
and Its business tecton: is fine and carries large selection of ,
nnd UK own light/ water power( plant. fully as a! a travel urd investie-it'on' that in their Shipp became principal.; A. A. Simpson Coast Railway's, interior Florida line

merchandise cf all kinds as can be found in any city of several times its size in the stale It ia noted for its opinion Central Florida, about equidistant was his assistant until Mr. Shipp to Lake Okeechobee, seventy-nfne

cleanlinecs, its consequent good health, the friendliness of its people, and, above all, for its towering loyaltyto: between the Atlantic Ocean left to take charge of a paper in miles from Titusville I and eighty"

the flag:: arM the government of the United Stales. and the) Gulf of Mexico was the most Greenville, S. C. I miles from Okeechobee City on the,

The city is. governed by a mayor and council and has cne of the livest chambers of commerce in the state advantageous by reason of its nlti-I principal After that till failing A. A. health Simpson caused was northern rim of the lake for which" ''

More different nttninaticiis! have their own church buildings than there can be found in any ether Email.! townin bf tude pure its water numerous its fresh immencc wa'er forestsof lakes him to give up teaching altogether. its was Fine named.School Building ,

the South, and the people: art a distinctly religious mind and most law abiding and moral. long leaf pine and its! perfect climate ,'and his assistant, J..s.ie.l\J. Wood, of When the town was first projected,

In a wor I I. St Cloud !i'u place where you would like to live and bring up your children, being assured that was the bet locat'on for the Atlanta, took his place. so impressed was Mrs. Flagler with
and to treatment and for that Mr. Wood had been admitted to the tho beauty of its location its .
they would have n 1 pleasant childhool, oinj excellent example net them an opportunity develop themselves possible cure commanding
molt dreaded of all disease! bar, and having an excellent "opening position and the belief that;)
almost line might choose.
in buM'.ess. in any they for his practice in Atlanta left at
Dr. J. E. Ennis, a rc'iiej surgeonof it was destined to become a fast-

IIISTOUY OF J ST. CLOUD I I the United States army who for Christmas and Don Register, of growing, populous place that she I
Tampa finished the for him.
The first settlement in what is now lire forms and, headed by the Post St. Cloud Tribune, edited by C. F. I some years had been attached to Foil year made a personal gift of $15,000
In the meantime the
S I. Cloud: was mnde in the fall of fIfe arid drum corps and with the flag Johnson, who some years ago cost in i I i Sheridan, which is near Chicago pupils! in the second and twenty-eight third' grades in cash to the town for the purpose I''
mall number of men who draped over the casket, those brave his lot with the town and has become I, read the report of the committee anddin had become of providing it at once! with a modern,
1909 by a : and J Miss
conceived. the id,>n of opening in the old men "fall in" and march with one with them in spirit and in truth. I the late 90's came to Nareoosfree Virginia Parker seventy-six the ,second! : gradewhile commodious and well fitted out fireproof .,
march The public and and opened a sanitarium which he took brick school buliding. The
r Florida a colonization martial bearing and sprightly i city's political government 'I
luilmy state f I still kept the third. The
the affairs by operated for onlv a few years as he structure was among the first erectedin
planwhere I the old veterans of time step behind the casket<< to are preside over ;
home fourth fifth had b"-"' nd
it ,,11101 I waa a man of advanced and wa< and grown ) I the town, and today it stands a
Civil"r] might erne and r>H's cemetery. And what a cemetery Mayor I, 1Plrk( : r, who is age
the teacher Miss Flora
their remaining; Ly"1 and add to their is for tecalinT! bravery, fir showing pienident! of the Chambi" of Com- no longer physically able to give it ore Farnsworth ,trok too the go fourth leaving I high mark to be attained by other

number of yearn l IIy> the onene' "f the cnu'e for which' norce. The secretary<< of the Chamberof his personal attention. During the ; '' school facilities. It was, without
lapidlv depleting the fifth to Miss Ruby Rose.
few that Dr. EnnU operatedhis towns in Florida in the matter of
,idiiice wrcrcljinste; and 1 enironment they originally fought! From Maine Commerce is W. A. Arrowsmith years '
About this time Mrs. Johnson decided
a rc .o.rrnt\-d I to make for. if to Califorrit and from the Canadian and! the chairman of its! publicity committee sanitarium he treat"d fifty patients -' doubt, the educational advantages of.
co to and Mr. C. E.Yowell .
| quit teaching
\ at )least for Hayingthe l holder to the Mexican dividing: line ii L. U. Zimmerman. Th e forty-eight fit whom after n fered by Kenansville which made it
in. There of
rot rejuvenation came were eight
of the Old Man with the hers are men restinp1 beneath thehesdrUmep three men are especially active in be- thorough coun.e of treatment; were at once popular with those seeking a
hand The town ,'il.Va... platt,'d raised bv those who still half of i heir city. although all are diicl"' arred as sufficiently' cured to us, without any change at all for new home in the state and today it
several the of
Scythe.put on .": 'I.' in October< nod :Noembcr. wail the <'ill. And! when Memorial busy business. men, engaged in var- again take up business", and social Mrs. Johnson years,for except Mr. Yowell exchange, and the is one of the best-schooled small

\and On the first of December\ of I, Day ('om's. that same line depleted! ious enterprises! in and about town. I duties and enjoy life, one who was board seemed to have no difficulty towns in the South.
l the loss of who so low in vitality when he arrived Solidly Built
already perhaps, lIy acme
the same year ther.were i WHAT ST. CLOUD NEEDS: whatsoever in getting and in keening
homes occupied by\ I stepped to the maitial music of the that he lived.but a few' days and the Kenansvillo\ is solidly built. Its
built eleven, from good various states who! hid I I nation's l.iithdav the year before j jI What are the urgent needs of St. other a vnunpladv from Boston died teachers, even ot the salaries they streets, main ones are well paved,

veterans" with the idea ofa manh: r min with solemn tread and! Cloud the things which will most at the Shaker Colony at Ashttm: some were paying then. and the radial roads are in good con.dltion
at once \been taken in I I arms t'ailed& ), the colors drooped and contribute to speeding up its growthand six years after Dr. Ennis had closed I After that the changes came too for travel at all times of the
home for their declining! years be able to keeo
fast for to
the eleven I with garlands of flowers in their success ? Among them. may be his sanitarium and moved to St. me up year. Many imposing business houses -
Florida. In addition to I Ihuast's. active interest in the with them, in the grades, at least
listed first
where several the and
their wreath of an Petersburg, he died dignify business section
there hands to lay memoryon
were IIIpproximotl'lv I
old residents say The did orten.Anotht'1' .
) principal not change so
trucking industry which is wakingthe the residences
dotting the communityshow
years ago.
hundred dwellers, the graves in the cemetery. I 1
four
ambition and the spirit of the is true in detail Smith followed Mr. Register. taste and comfort. This
and. story townis
site waiting for I Veterans of the Blue ? Yes; I. every
the tnwn land
Prof. Evanswas
in tents on It veterans of the Red. White and, county generally. Thousands of can be verified:! bv the r"cords of Then our own the center! of an immense and almost
the lumber and! the carpenters; t I, more Blue the patriotic siren of a reunited acres of fine trucking land lie all the World's Medical Congress and i the with us for thirteen years, Mr. virgin tract of the finest pine

build their home idea I entitled no lees to reverence. around St. Cloud. These acres, whenbrought sworn affidavit of any number of the Fillers for two, and Mr. Shaver who timber in the state. Millions of feet

The Old Veterans' Home and from spread I, country gratitude and admiration! than w,-e into tillabihty by proper tile reliable citire-ig. of Osceola. county. came after him is still with us, as of the most perfect lumber are made
all over the Union every we hape he will be for many'.year!!
drainage and flowing well irrigation Then that it from the that
re.rdi"\f th" those who shivered in rags at Valley being a fact is most annually huge trees
state came inquiries be made to return millions reasonable to that will to come. the land for miles in direction
Cloud in Florida. The Fore", than those who stopped the can every i expect many cover every
of St. here
new town I I After Mr. Evans had been a
that British at New Orleans than those. season where they now hand out come to Narcoossee as soon as they and from these pine forests
and to
town continued to grow, Ii I who the khaki of the Spanish- grudgingly pennies, or. mayhap with- learn of its marvelous curative qualities few Tears an eighth grade was put is taken millions of doll an' worth of
there had been seen nothing wore The below the school
time Florida that at all compared with the American and the World War! Yes hold any return for the ownership of in the form of.;'cliowt'lhe. year in. all grades divided high the third. rosin and turpentine this being one'of
were except
them.V Numerous experiments InHntensive" round, water and soil the greatest industries in this see
the unsurpassed
builder and res'denU' then have the'r heroes! When pure
influx of home That had increased until I al'alnteachlnR'
t I was
farming hay been conducted for richness and which produce tion. In addition to these natural resources
unbuilt. 'in .the ,,veteranswf a nation's wars cease towArehln
to a new and town home and venerate the leaders who bv farmers in the St. Cloud region, abundantly of anything nlantd. (or trying to teach) morethan of soil growth the soil itself

state. Today its resident own-I I either brought victory or suffered defeat and all of them have showed the possibilities whether it be citrus trees field cropsor seventy, and I asked Mr. Evans is readily responsive to cultivation

ers represent practically the every Union side then. has the inspiration Of nob'e and p rede i led the certain vegetables. Here one) finds health when they were going"to divide that and many small farms and intensive
which hod soldiers on of those who into the business the first of all manhoodand one "Why any time, he answered. cultivated ia
success go thought ly gardens are.bringing
of the sixties In addition rte"I... of heroic service in that "
the "We thought wanted them all.
during war t I
intelligently.' with little you handsome the msntoula-
energy can enjoy a returns to
of this died. I 1
to the veterans invitation was made wsr- I country The writer is the son of a gallant Improved livestock is also indicated life of peace and plenty from a few Miss I/rttie Lawler came the nextyear tore of them. Of course cattle raising

because the Confederate soldier long since pxso-d. in the St. Cloud prairie section. acres of soil. Surely Narcoossee has to take part'of the third. She is there in its full strength the

broader and more inclusive the Spanish-veterans I I to "rest under< the shade of the Here are today found thousands of something to off .r the tourist and the &Vent it for two years and Miss Lillie woods being carpeted with a most
of over
of the Mexican war: Dale has had It ever since eXCf'otIla.t
Florida (cattle with homeseeker.R. nutritious native which affords
American war. of the Philippine in- tries," to bivouac with L*. and Jackson common range I i when Mrs. Shaver taughtit grass,
here and there an improved bull or year pasturage the greater part of the
others attractedto and Grunt and Sheridan; but he .
and were
Hurrections. FLOYD--- for her when she was taking .-._ '
by the spirit of takes off his hat in reverence when two, and wherever the blooded sire S. year" It sufficient quantity to main.
the place strong has had the of the for a cation.| ruin tv.. stock io condition. In
run ranges good
comradeship which exists between the the hosts in Blue pass by as he bows OLDEST GROCER IN I' There have been but few changes
few the in both the early in the fall after
years improvement summer and
all the his head in reverence when the tottering M
men who fought in any and at time in the primary depart
OSCEOLA COUNTY any
beef renewedthe
weight and Quality of produced the summer rains have
in addition ranks of the almost faded' out
of the nation. Today .
wars ment. I have enjoyed tHe work withthose
Gr.v march bv .s a result of the breeding is clearly grass crop, thousands of head nf
those
of wars
the
to veterans faithful conscientious! coworkers
shown. R. S. Floyd began as a grocery- fat cattle\ are rounded and sold
be up
will Veter-
of St. Cloud always
mentioned there are some veterans a who have taken such pains to
interested in and Home Town-that be safely Tourist accommodations are needed man June. 1905, in K'ssinimee.<; He without further feeding, or the ex
World War an. may
the late the several fine" has. since that date been continuously prepare properly the pupils who came
cast. in their predicted because the spirit of the too. Although pensive "rounding off" which is necessary
Cloud to
coming to C' hotels in the take in business here. Thus he is the to me. in
little place good so many other cattle grassing
"buddies" and will attract and the memories
their place ,
lot early with We have been singularly fortunatein
j care ot the stringer in winter, st'll "Oldest grocer" in Osceola county. r i states. .
always ,
will
of older which contact there awakens
with the older men wars. 1 I board
I principals. The school
our
the accommodation capacity of them Floyd carries a most complete line' Kenansville is easily reached by
Because of its constituency, the prove'of a macnet to draw .*the..- all is small, 'and while there i II even of groceries, and the nationally has done all that it could do for both railroad or bv drive from either TI.
Cloud essentially vetetans succeeding wars
people of St are I I I doubt of getting comfortable quarters known brands are to be found upon teachers and pupils. With very very tusville or )Kissimmee and Is visited
from
patriotic. The flag floats every nUT VETERANS NOT ALL THERE the winter tourist will not stop his most attractively arranged few executions the parents and community annually bv man people who! know, :)
school arid from ,
public building, the I I But there are more than veterans : in a town. St. Cloud is as near.'the shelves., His prices are in' accord in general have cooperatedwith what the FloridaEast.Coast} development -.

many of the business houses and res In St. Cloud Two years after its center of the drive between the Gulfof :with quality and his courteous service us in every possible way.I protects are.lI"d who have "_n

idences.<< It is probable in St.there Cloud are moreUnited than founding the place had grown to such Mexico amt the Atlantic Ocean as has served to attract a very profitable i I I am wond-ring if there are many interest to see and know for them.

Plate flags in Jacksonvil'e! or c'egree that the legislature of that could be found.! Tampa is but eighty- I patronage.As counties in the state in which Iheteachers' selves what interior' End undeveloped -

there are either your. 1H I granted n charter of in- four miles, hn eisy three hours' automobile a booster and optimist salaries have always been Florida is really like.

Tampa. I'I coiporalion, .nd it went on its way ride over the finest highwaysin Floyd is a live one, and has a very naid <>t the end of the month as has The population of the town at th's

THE THIN BLUR LINE":" to greater<< things:: and has", leached the state, and Melbourne is but decided touch of the community been done here. time is in the neighborhood of six or

In the South one heir. often of the now a ponit where its prowlh cannot fo-ty-seven mile over a road which I building citizen. He sees the bright If a school warrant has ever had seven hundred and in addition: to
has when the short link of unpaved .side of things and most thoroughly' to be discounted< in this county. I
"thin gray line" If they could go tSt he stopped because it developed ,, surface this is the commercial renter of many
sufficient is will be of the believes in co-operation. Is always have not heard of it, and I would like
Cloud thev would h" imnressodI business' and a back country completed, same more thousand than thst. BusinessIs
the rapidity with which the thin to carry it forward with the continuous excellence. ,Five hours, orlit I reedy to assist any movement that to ask the voters in the coming elec- food the year round because the

I| blue line is. becoming thinner. There impetus", of progress. ; the most six! hours, will\ soon be all will assist in building a bigger and tion for bonds to -helo th? board to business foundations are such as toafford

are veterans living in St. Cloud well The city has the wide! of smoothly the time needed to go from the Eden i I better home town. give us some new buildings.: We and are stability the year roun-1.
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over the ninety year limit; in fart ,, paved streets, its own ample and I of the East Coast to the Paradise! cf I Herein very much over-crowded With the movement on foot in Os-
i the youngest veteran alive lives in modern nublic utilities two banks a I the West Const and the road will be BASS CONSTRUCTION incapable of domp- our best work un- ceola county to devote more time and.

I this r'ty too and he is in his seventy- nubile lib'tiry.. hall and a business right through St. Cloud's main busi- I COMPANY WELL I dere present conditions attention to general ard 'narticu'wfarm

fourth year So with an aye lima l ofeventyfour section of brick and steel and conCrete nnjs street. When that is done, St. I We need more playground' room as ani truck products, there will

minimum and! nearing: eqoal to that of any place Its I Cloud with its beauties of surrounding KNOWN ,CONTRACTORS well as play-ground equipment. somnlace : be but a short while before th's placs

the century mark for the maximum I I size in the state Its schools arel j !: region, its lakes with their fi&hin I for school gardens, a manua'training will like the other towns in the co'm-

i I one would expect to see feebleness nmon" the heat in Florida and during <* and boating and bathing its near- The Bass Construction Comoanyhas teacher, a school nurse, anddozens ty. be the center of a great Hver'fl-Ki\

and tottering on every hand. Hut it : this month, May. the citi7ens revs to Kisxlmmee and Orlando and operated here since 1914. Prev- ( of other things, but give us industries! movement and will add to

is not so in St. Cloud. When desih ,, vrtej with almost unanimous ballet 3nnford. and its proximity to the ious *o its organization N. F. Has. tHe buildings first. its annual tonnage of timber cattle

I calls a comrade to his last camp the to bond and build a newer and bigger East Coast will be alone to blame if president of the company operatedhere In thinking over what I h"ve' writ and naval stores, carloads of wmter-- ,

entire Post and the citizenship gen .'..1>11('. school structure at a cost of it lets any desirable winter visitor for 40 years. Since 1914! N. F. ten. I remembeth Mrs. Ell ill. the grown vegetables and citrus fruits.

erally turn out to pav the last re- $45.000. In the town are bakeries, I mass through in search of accn'nmodations I Bass 1 I. E. Bass and O. F. Bass, comprise wife of the principal came between Indeed already since its starting a

| pects and to show the lasting love of rood restaurants one of the livest. r for the night, a week, or the the company. I Miss! Oliver' and Miss Yow-li !She few years ago, orange groves have

I true hearts to the departed. Then the weekly newspapers in the state, the I season. I The building of depots for railroadsand taught the first take grade till of her schoolin husband sprung un about sit in a most convincing J
left to
charge
ceneral railroad construction a
_ and promising deg ee.
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Report has it that there is coon to
S. B. AULTMAN CROW ANn SON CITY MEAT company's time and tt-ntion atpresent. Mr. and Mrs FU's'! were! be a great change in the. policy nf
t'nche'R" in the bent i
"trained pe..eof
Previous to this railroad *
Ii t >o,e interested in the Kenansville
WELL KNOWN I BUY STROUP BAKERY MARKET FAVORITE. 1 work they built many business. blocksin the word. Both of them had "vis development.!

WITH THE PEOPLE Kissimmee as the following Ist;< ion! I can see now that they were }
HORTICULTURIST I In the future ;"Blue; Ribbon" bread I will fhow: The new Rives bni'dint' "ahead of their times.

--- will he made by Crow and Son. whoentlv Poftoffice huildirir, Mrs. Pilley's 1 Mrs. El"'s believed in .".../3incr rue FLOWERS ARE THE

that'WI' all I' p.>- hou-ht the Stroup Bakery r That the City Meat Market is a fav- buildint, and the Roberson structure.In pile according to their ability to accomplish -
Vision have! The in order vr>-v thing to make: inveit-. They n'so' will continue" to make a'l' : orite trading place with people who Addition to these many handsome not according to what they SONGS OF THE EARTH

must will dividend", he delicious, tempting' pastry. that are particular it very much in evi- r..idenre.. stand as monuments to have already done, an idea very moth --
I that I
later merits now Men who do the pay big thing has heretofore nourished the "tum- : dence. )In fact peonle who know quil-\ thei- skille I work. talked and written about in the education Flowers are the songs of the earth,

I are gifted with vision! ,, mv" of many a resident: of Kissim ,ity meats don't taVp just anv kind All members of the firm are fim circles cf today.F. and cne has only to look over the

be mee. i iI that H offered; they want the best believers in Kissimmee and the Vil- I fields end hills' to realize how insistent -
Solomon B. Aul'man happenti J.V.. Crow and bin son. L. 11'1 This. no rC'ubt ;'* good news! to pLnn'e ley and are heart and soul in cooperation I the flowers to be with us.
(I ore
lone of the ucref sful men of Kiisiny Crow "'e the new owners. They prefcm who} happen not to be nnml>erd among with any commendable movement HERZBERG SHOES It has been written "Mun shill not

I mee whose foresight and energy isunquestionohl" E'litin. end when n'k"d) why I the C tv Meat/ Market regular cu'tn...- tint has ni! its aim the' build- FOR MEN AND BOYS live by bread nlone." No t-"er worJs

the cause rf many ''nv selected' Ki'stminep. J. W. said rrsfo! its new r..uranr", l hqll",1 on ing of Kissimmee and environs.E. I written. "flow

[ acres l dividend of raw Ian 1 Thus being showing made t ) pitY the ..l.', r a rnflius) of ten miles, all around I fact', and a trial will verify the statarrent. I I "Havip" "thirty-five- v 'ars experience ers were for ever Jov and Sorrow")B"nI1t'ful fi'l' a nl'ce! incur
big will find the mostfertile
Kijinimee .
von in the aloe line during whichtime life that cannot bo otherwise tak
l hI' done w'th soil! :
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; piles what can land that con be bought for i T.. FENNET-L OWNER
worthless.I Some peony' th'nV that me"t or l beef I have acquired nn expert knowledge enire of.
( 'heretofore b"
as the
pl1"crod in
I HP hm fiom 70 to 7!: barrels Iemo"v., than else-vr-e'o believe the is iust meat or beef and that is nil WHITE BARBER SHOP of .ho..". I feel that I am eip1-: "Pay it with' flowe-s." How often
grown And them II'"tl'. Furthermore I there is to it. B""illh the thouh b'e of satisfying/ the needs of any "..> h"man" reflect the nice things of
[of to the acre fcold in
polntoes in
c'imntc' and conditions general
the There< is a vast difference so vast That E. L. Fennell operates a bir- patron no matter how hard they are life by ample carelessness. Send
barrel. After -
nt $.ri to $fi potatoes than
a (Osceola cc'nty ore better any .
gathered he planted eggplants :- That's whr II that the two kinds Hhould not be ber fchop and bath room that is appreciated to ft or p'c-'se.' mother wife or sweetheart a h9autt'ful -
were c-Mintv io the s ate. classed together under the same hv the people .Kissimmee. "Continuing he n id. "It; svall be bouquet" or potted plant. It will
the rnlnnt*
as < live
AS eir which to
were ta -e" to s market on he put out let- ('h<'o'p this section" in nime. Stall fed and grass fed tell is very evident.Fennell my purpose t". at Ml t'mes. carry in brighten tHeir existence and be fu'I,
and do business the story and while they are both has lived in Kiss'mm-e and stock a' complete line of shoes both appreciated.The .

[lion tuce. and Aultman drainage uses system the sub-irriga-and it i< I J. W. Crow also owns the I-oui'bu'OsceolaHotel "nest cr beef they ire i,., no wav Onceola r untv for twenty-five years. in dress and working grades. Every Roserv. S07 Church, Street,

I the best investment any truck growler h-v'n-r exchanged it. L., similar In qnality. The City Moat During that time he has made many pair will be first-class and as the business owned and operated bv Mils Jean
for
: North Carolina, property Market handles the stall fed kind friends and acquaintances. He also l warrants I will add all males Caldwell the Florist has a very
make It is not expense; who
an
] it is can a big dividend and if you II., his son is a baker and one both I and it's the answer to why they are has established a reputation sac barber and brands necessary to please the choice selection of flowers from which
payer his business. They ere
tare in doubt! ask those who have it knows .nd'believe in doing a good business that is growing of wide experience; one who trade." von may select cut flowers or flw r '-.

I installed and also see their truck ,,oot'mistic' boosters each day. takes painstaking care with each Herzberg, Is a most thorough shoe far wedding bouquets or floral des ,'v,...'t. '7

I growing. The writer saw for himself I(strong co-opreatlon. I Walter Bass and Walter Bronson I customer thus enjoying the patronage I man and while he bad given thegreater sic. j ; ,.; .
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I the benefits to be derived from its soil and water proclaimthe the genial proprietors, are homegrown of the most particular peopl. of part of his time to shoe repair ;s Caldwell has foe many years '
Climate '
I use It Is the salvation of the truck .1 district true "Card- products, having been rearedIn I the community' trade h. may t work he has found it advisable served the people of .Kissimmee and
Kissimmee a
s I grower'of Osceola county. . Osceola county They are well safely call his permanently, so longas to add a new department in which he Osceola county and really needs..no,
', i en Spot"Husband known and have many friends. Bass he may remain .in business. I tarries shoes for men and boys. Both introduction but she is not known to

I Aultman also has a magnificent hit fas wife shifts pare): Is a very good musician and a member Fennell has proven himself to. bean ,dress and working. His work. In repairing the new. arrivals who may be interest '
banana .
grove and each year eroDe ts excellent and his new stock ed in her beautiful flowers. Heir
I "That reminds hie. I must stop at I, of the Kissimmee Concert Band. I optimistic nubile spirited booster "
t 1 increases in production., Osceola the the boiler factory on the way home." He "Is also a county supervisor of and one who firmly believes In Kis good. His stores, numbers 6 and phone number Is 83. Residence aDd

I 9 {county culture is of particularly bsnanas.P adapted' to ,. Judge, Registration._ .. and ,Osceola county. II. ;arlington avenue. floral shop. at..807 Church street.jt ., Jl

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] beef and dairy herds. Its thousands of acres ofprairie
for intensive cattle both
The leading live stock County of Florida offers opportunity, raising
afford abundant grazing for herds of cattle as large I as can be. found in the
: pastures well watered find covered! Wth nutritious native grasses I
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highest
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Twenty thousand sheep, producing, wool 1 which for its cleanliness "" I

grazing in its fertile pastures.

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stock raising in Osceola County is cheaper than can be bought,
I Thousands of hogs, goats, horses and mules are raised and do well. Land for
in any other section of Florida] and many outsiders are now interested: in its future development as a stock raising county. xi
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The climate i is unexcelled for both animal and human living and the remarkable] freedom from pestiferous insects makes life the year round Ifr'

I pleasant alike for both man and beast. C
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investor thousands of deM'rable locations) the beauty: of which i is not e\eedd: l anywhere.


II There are thousands of acre* of the f finest;; citrus ]lands in the county and many fine proves both new :and old] are annually I producing enormous 1
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,. crops of the finest quality (citrus fruits. Packing! house facilities: are near at hand and I'ail1111\ water transportation(; make the handling these crops

ii iii' easy and cheap. ,

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General farming both easy and remunerative. Corn growing in the Kis.simmee: Valley yielding(>::1vy and certain crops and potatoes ands

( cabbage are among the many staple productions of the acres now in cultivation over the county.

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This county has also the finest and perhaps the largest areas of longleaf, pine forests yet uncut in the state, offering handsome returns to f

the operator in timber and lumber, while its yield of naval stores, rosin and turpentine is one of the greatest sources of wealth in the county.
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Osceola County is preparing to help supply the frozen north with its needed and wanted wintergrown vegetables and berries.


.; Beans, corn, cabbage, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, cauliflower, lettuce and celery have been grown in the section about Kissimmee this year ,

and in other places, together with strawberries. All have proven commercial and financial successes.
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Osceola grown strawberries ripened for Thanksgiving and Christmas and ,the bulk of the crop approximating 100,000 quarts went to market

during January and February when prices were highest, while its beans and cucumbers brought.. the, highest.price of :any sold.on the days-they,reached
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y Five thousand acres of the best trucking land in Florida lie adjacent to Kissimmee and St. Cloud. These lands are level as a prairie, well

watered and, easily drained with surface ditches, can be bought in any quantity from one acre to a thousand. They are producing two to three crops i''

per season to the acre where cultivated and with the proper tile drainage and wells for irrigation easily produce( four crops from November to( June. I :

In a ]large part of this section flowing artesian wells)] are gotten at an average depth of 250: feet and in the thousands of acres water from artesian ,illI Iii

111 I$ wells rise to within thirteen inches to four feet of the surface affording easy pumping a minimum of cost.. II!

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da Osceola County need;? and i is looking for One Thousand intensive farming truck growers to assist; : it in making this the greatest truck region :'1 j
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I The f finest of truck ]lands: with clay underlying; and water from wells)] available) can l.e. bought noat from forty to one hundred dollars per} aero. I II

I I, The cost of clearing does not.( eve-eel: twenty-fhe: f dollars. per acre, the land can he tiled for approximately two hundred and fifty dollars per acre, !11;

and a1 1 inch well \I 11Ich111 supply all the ]irrigation! needs of ten acres of I tiled I trucking, )land,I c.m: be had for, ;a r" ,-asonaI 1>1<- cost. ,' 1

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Truck" .farmin: ,, is the cumin' i ', ,,eat industry of Oscool.i) C'ounty and the, imitation t to /good< ] farmers, and men with money' is extended i inviting I

i I them to come in now :ail help participate in the development and the i profits accruing t : therefrom.O : /
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VOLUME XXV-:-NUMBER 1. 10. CENTS COPy KISSIMMEE. OSCEOLA COUNTY.. FLORIDA. DECEMBER U. 1023 SECTION. ..

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Service Officer, J, W. Miller, Jr., Schmidt, Don L. Stover. William T.
Kissimmee Fraternal Orders and Athletic Officer, W. Mason Tiller; Smith W. J. Steed Sam: Story R. II

I Publicity Officer W. J. Steed; Flag Monrce Thomas, R. L. Tolar, A, L. I Mothers Club
'Committee Chairman[ Joe Butler. Vickers John C. Wilder, and Leo II.
Social Are Active : Entertainment Committee, Fred Wilson.
Organizations I
Phipps, Clyde Nelson. William T. Legion Auxiliary.
: Smith. The; American Legion Auxiliary* of ,I (Mrs. W. J. Fripp) Installed a lavatory. For distribution

I CD Jane 12, 1929, the name of. the Makinion-Cjlrton' Post' No.- 10, was : Ten years ago a group of women layettes were made and clothing sent
Lodges'Meet In Fraternity Hall Which Is Owned By The post was changed from the Wm. T, organized last summer, just before prominent in the social aa' well as to many desolate homes. Long rides
I Makinson Post to the MakinsonCarson the vacation period, and since that home life of Kissimmee banded together wet taken by various members of
Masons And Knights Of Pythias And Movement Is Post to honor the .first two Kis time has not been meeting regularly. to read Self Culture for the Club in the interest of her work..

In Progress To Build A Community House. 'simmee boys who were killed: in action Plans for the coming year are being Young People-a set of books consisting In her special exhibitions held in her
William T. Makinson 66th Infantry made at the regular meeting this of ten volumes, containing the rooms, public halls, or county fairs-
-- *, who was killed at St. Mihiel week. master-pieces of literature which it women were always at her serv
KiRslmmee fraternal and social organizations Story; Prelate, A. S. Gilbert i; Masterof on October 13, 1918, and Nathan I The officers of the Aiixiliay are would be well worth-while to re-read ice. A series of socials were heldto
are all active. The lodgesall Work, George L. Gross; buster at Carson Co. L, 5th Marines, who D'j Mrs. Howard M. Katz, pres.dent; and discuss today. secure funds for special projects.The .
use the Fraternity Hall which Is Arms, Victor M. Hill; Keeper of killed. in the Argonr.e, October' 31, Mrs. II. Nelson Mskinson vice-pres- The organization was effected in work was all retroactive as tho
owned jointly bv the Matron and the Recorda and Seals A. S. Brunson; 1918. I ident; Miss Lucy Buckets, secretary; 1913 at Mrs. S. L. Lupfer's, S'r home I Club itself was thus greatly enriched.
Knights of Pythias, and is almost Master of Finance, C. L. Bandy; During the year the post gave several 1 I I Mrs. J. Nathan Bryan, treasurer; by the following ladies: Mesdames L. The various state workers Misses
entirely paid for. The other organi Master of Exchequer, F. C. Bryan; dances end plcys, and conc\u\ 'ei Mrs. Carson "Farmer Historian. The It. Ingram J. E. Lupfer, S. L. Lup- Partridge, Morse, Layton, Shermanin -
rations, social, commercial/ and ex- Inner Guard, Sam Story; Outer Memorial )Day service ci, Rose Hill Auxiliary meets the second and fer, W. B. Makinson, M. E. Waring fact all the stato force as they
n-rvice. meet at the Chamber of Guard, Walter C. Bess.1'ythian cemetery, participated iby tho Confederate I[fourth Friday afternoons of each J. Z. Ro'oerson, F. S. Ledbetter, Mark came to inspect or to confer with
Commerce, or at the Parish House Slitters Veterans and G. A. U. Thewo ,month. Munger, Mamie Jeffords! Davis J. L. Miss Smith-addressed the Club and
<.f the Episcopal .Church, which the Kissimmeo Temple Number 21. most important undertakings' of Red Cross Overstreet, J. T. Burckhalter, and C. were likewise given most cordial
officers of the church have generously -. Pythian Sisters, meets the first and I the post during 1923 for the com l I I I The Kissimmee! Chapter of the! L. Hyatt. greeting and support from the Club.
placed at the disposal of all com- third Thursdays of each month- at munity good have been the beginningof !I American Red Cross has just completed The name Mothers munity organizations: Fraternity, (II all. The annual electionof a campaign/ to create a drainage ';' the seventh annual roll call, and Social Club was adopted. through whom the Club sent books
The Makinspn-Carnon Pout of the officer' will occur December 20. district to take in some of the ri"h :land i'| Han a larger membership than That ary these women were determinedto and magazines throughout the coun
American Legion is I: receiving the co- The district convention was held in agricultural lands in the neighborhood ;i ever before, over four hundred being dedicate the club to service is ev- try. Probably no phase of the Club's
,>|HTRtion of all the organizations in ,, Kissimmee last month, which was attended of Kissimmee, and the erectionof enrolled. The chapter last year did idenced by the article in the work is dearer than its co-operatioa
the city in an undertaking to build bv several Grand Officers. a Memorial Community House on I considerable volunteer work in making tion they adopted which says con.titu-I with Miss Smith whom it loved to
a Memorial Community House on the The present officers of Kissimmee the shores of Lake Tohopekalika. The sweaters. and pajamas for the-exr of this Club shall be "The Bettermentof serve.
Like\ front, which will not only provide j Temple ere: Past Chief Mrs. Dora campaign is progressing on each of r'service men in hospitals and conducted 'Childhood together with Mother In 1916 the Mothers Club (the
a big auditorium for community Smith; Most Excellent Chief. Mrs. these W. J. Steed is chairman of the I classes, under a nurse instructor Craft. I name was shrotened) made- successful

meetings, but will furnish club room Grace Makinson; Excellent Senior, Legion Drainage Committee, with from the national organization, I II I To show forth their deeds as wellas canvas of the county in behalf of
|<> those organizations who need them. I lMrs.I Mary Edwards; Excellent Jun- : Joe Butler and Joe Johnston his com- in Home Hygiene and Care of the !, words, in January, 1915. the Club I compulsory education. The following
A general committee is composed of ior Mrs. Ilennle Buckets; Manager, mitteemen. The Legion Community Sick which was finished by forty I' on a Better Baby Contest which ladies canvassed the town and countyto
hrec members of each of the co-op-I I Miss Elizabeth Waring; Mistress of House Committee is composed of Allison I KisHimmee women and girls. This put included the first weighing and measuring secure signatures for an election
,rating organizations: and an execu- Records and Correspondence, Mrs T. French chairman with J. i year the emphasis will continue to be held in Kissimmee. for compulsory education: MesdamesJ.
i
ive committee.. is made up of one I Cora Woodbeck; Mlstre's of Finance, Nathan Bryan and Howard M. Katz : on health work, the hope being to engage I I All children program in ages from six months E. Lupfer W. B. Makinson, L. H.
rom each. Allison T. "French of the.egion. Mrs. Pearlie Snyder; Protector, Mrs. committeemen.One i a Red Cross Public Health to three were eligible to enter. I Ingram, J. Z. Roberson J. L. Over-
Is chairman of the committee Mary Gardner; Guard Mrs. Gladys of the difficulties the post has Nurse. A loan closet will be maintained Mrs. A. years M. Chisholm was chairmanof I street, Cotterman-Clough J. J. Griffin -
nd Miss Percie Oliver, of the Busiie Graham. encountered this year ha. teen the'' Junior Red Cross established the Baby Contest and Mrs. W. B. M. E. Waring and W.. J. Fripp.In .
s and Professional Women's Club, : I. O. O. F. lack of a suitable' place to meet. in the public schools, and life saving Makinson was chairman of th bazaar j 1917 the Club began stressing
4 the secretary.F.. I Onceola Lodge Number 74, I. O Through the courtesy of the Episcopal courses i given in the spring and sum -the latter specializing on children's the need of. public health nurse.
and A. M. O. F., meets every Friday night at Church the Saint John's Parish apparel-the proceeds of The near association with Miss Smith
Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80. F.md Fraternity Hall. It ha. about seven- House has been made available tit ,I mer.The annual meeting was held last to defray the expenses of the conteet.l I I disclosed great need for such service

A. M., meet at Fraternity Hall ty-five members. Its officers are: the meetings until the post gets its week and the following officers\ Both affairs were held in the Pilley j I especially during epidelcs of flu.
he first and third Mondays of each Noble Grand, W. T. Gold; Vice I own rooms, and the regular meetings i I chosen: Chairman, Ellis F. Davis; building, where now is located the Many distressing conditions came te
onth. Election of officers for the Grand. Guy Hammack; Secretary. C. are held there on the second and,I Vice Chairman, and Chairman of Volunteer Western Union offices, on February I the Club's attention also through In-
nsuing year occurred the first meet- C. McCoskey; Treasurer, C. II. Williams I fourth Tuesdays of each month. Work, Mrs. Howard Anderson i.,I 22 and 23. Dr. H. S. Geiger and Mils vestigations made by Mr*. under
of this mcfith, with the follow- Chaplain, J. A. Sutton Warden I and Mrs. Best in their Child Welfare
rig ; ; Officers elected at the last meetingof ; Secretary, Mrs Willa Steed; Margaret Evans (nurse) were in
iitf being chosen: Worshipful Maii- J. M. Crafton; Conductor, M. J. November 1923, for the ensuing\ Treasurer, Howard )I. Katz; Home charge of examination rooms. Mrs. I work. Mrs. Best has for years been
'r, John L. Over !tret; Senior W.rdI Crowder Inside Guardian, Belt Baling deeply interested in human affairs
I ; yea&.are Dr. H. S. Geiger Post Commander Service Chairman, liaison officer with J. Z. Roberson and Mrs. J. L. Over-
n, George T. Sigler; Junior Warden, ; Outside Guardian, W. A. Joiner. ; J. N:than Bryan Vice Commander |' f'e t.-''lion nest Allison T. French; 'street assisted: mothers in the dressing here and elsewhere. She was one of
Nathan Bryan; Treasurer, M. M. j RebekahsKissimmee ; C. Fred Phipns, Post Adjutant Chairman Junior Red Cross, Miss room. Mrs. Mark Munger president the State's most active workers for
Idler: Secretary, W. U Bullock. The Rebekah Lodge Number ; J. ('. Huckels. Finance Officer: ,\, Mary Smgeltary. The other r of the Club, was hostess to the Near East Relief and did her share
Vorshipful Muster has appointed F. 42 has about fifty members. They W. J. Steed Chaplain; Allison T. tee chairman have not commit-I(I occasion. for the orphan of France.
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yron Ames as Senior Deacon: M. G. meet at Fraternity Hall on the first French Historian and Service Offi-\ named by the Executive Fifty-two children were examined During the World War the Club
iutton. Junior Deacon; J. R. Sinque-; and. third Tuesdays of each month. I I did not cease to function as a Club
leld. Senior Steward; and R. J. Keen The officers are: Noble Grand, M-s. but cont'nued its meetings regularly
unior Steward.R. Mary Keen; Vice Grand, Mrs. Tilla combining routine work with Red
I A. M. I Cooper; Secretary, Mrs. Mattie Porter Cross activities Garments, many
The Royal Arch Masons of Kissimkee ; Treasurer Mrs. Elizabeth Jones; I Kissimmee City Commissioners I were made from materials furnishedby
meet at Fraternity Hall the seed : Past Grand, Mrs. Elsie McCoskey.W. the local Red Cross but more than
and fourth Mondays of each O. W., these the Club supplied its own mate<<\
onth. The annual election of offl- I Osceola Camp No. 79, Woodmen of rial and sent overseas more than a

k-rn took place last Montftry ,night I the World, meet the second and a score of complete layettes The S. L.
bllowed( by supper at Dayson's Cafe. fourth Tuesday of each month at Lupfer home was the center of the
[he new officers arej High Priest J.i Fraternity hall' Officers for the Cluh'sj activities during this time.
lathon Bryan; King Sam Brammar; !i following year were elected, last After the war the Club undertook 41
rribe, F. Byron Ames; Secretary ,Tuesday night as follow.: some civic work in addition to Child
leorgo T. Sigler: Treasurer, H .N. ( Council I Commander, B. F. HarrMI; Welfare. There had been much effort -
rntton. The secretary and the Advisory Lieutenant R. W. Rhode; made on part of Club to purchase -
reasurer were re-elected the other Banker, Harry Woodall; Escort D, the property now owned bY
IT'fleer for the yeariust 1/ ; ending! bi H. Adams; Watchman A. D. Adam.: the City Hall to place thereon a building -
Ig/ : W. J. Steed, High Priest; J. Clerk, G. B. Woodall; Sentry. John or some form of memorial to our
athan Bryan, King; and Sam Bramar Collins: Managers, R. I. Smith, Ed- boys. --and to prepare irrounds-uniting -
Scribe. mond Campbell. and Milton Pledg..r.I with Chapter House grounds, for
I EaHtern Star I I Woodmen Circle tennis courts.
I The Kissimmee Chanter, Order of Tohopeksliga Grove, No. f 5. Woodmen ,a About this time Mrs. A. T. Morrison

Eastern Star meets the second and Circle has not been meeting .c.,. ... ... rr and Mrs. L. H. IngTam-chairmen -
fcurth Tuesday o' etch month at regularly since the beginning of sum- } .. .. of Civics did some effective
paternity Hull. Election of officers mer. The election of officers occurred 4. cleaning shrub planting and placingof
fours this w.-..k. Tho officers for the Tuesday night, and the Circle games on railroad and! governmentlots.
tnr just ending are* will meet henceforth, the second red & The latter was put In very attractive -
I Worthyfatron.: Mrs. l.ula OveIreet -- fourth Tue'davs of each month. The I condition leveled, grassed
'Worthy Patron.' John L. officers elected this week for the curbed and supoliel with croquet! end

.rftr..et: Assistant! Mntron, M's. coming year ore: Kit O"o't' sets which were much enjoyed.
lertrude Katz' ; Comli'ctr'ss, Past Gunrdian, Mrs. Mary LJ. About two hundred dollars were usedin
Irs. Grace Makinson-; Assistant Con- nicr; Guardian, Mrs. Alice La-I; this work-one hundred of which
rtress. Mrs Dora Smith; Secretary, Advisor Mrs. Ads Adams; Clerk, the city \ve. sixtv-two dollars Mrs.!\
Ii' < Elizabeth; : ponegan) ; Treasurer Miss Thelma Woodall; Banker, Mrs. Delson donated and forty dollars
1 N. IJrntton. The appointive of- Ada llnrrell ; Managers Mrs. Gladys h hI come from another source. That the

}-rs for this |period l have been : Mrs. M. Graham Benjamin F. Harrell. and work wns allowed to decay was note
| try Gardner Marshall ; Mrs. Willa R. W. Rhodes; Attendant Mrs. Annie *'" fpult of these untiring women :" n-1
fttfd. ChaplainMra.. Lillian Pevo-I I'elle Joiner; Assistant Attendant, I their assistance.! No one l knows whit

", 1'ian-st: Mr. Ages Bripson, Mr<<. Perfitt; Chaplain, KUss:! Nellie became of the croquet sets nor ',-h.
ardor; A. W. Forbes! Sentinel ; Miss Parrish; Inner Sentinel. Mrs. Mildrei I *...1_ responsible for seeming vandalism -
Brrx-im IxMtner. Adah; Mrs. Blanche'quefield Bright; OuterSentinel, Durward h
|n Ruth: Mr. Mabel Porfcm. Adams. I Some years agp the Club nUced
Esther. : Mrs. Klberl Bryan, American Legion the flag staff on school! gro-'..Hn d

fcrtha; Mrn Essie Dale, Elect The Mnkincon-Cnrson Post, No. 10, ---- 1 rave to the schorl a beautiful flag.

I DeMolay I American Legion, was originally' organized '*> -Photo by Waders Studio fit nrerent the Club centers its olv ac-
f Welfare the
Osreola) Chapter. Order of DeMom in 1919 as the William T. heading from left to right (loorno W. Persona Commlniilnnrr. Mayor-Commissioner' A S. Gilbert. II M. KataComml..lont'r t'vities on child -
m, organized/ this year sponged Makinson Post, with ten charter and It '1. 1>.lighten. City ManaKer }.it!'; of Civic wor1'' is that of which .

by Orange Blossom. Lodge No. members. Lee McLean was chosen!' __ __ __ __ ,_ __ - __ I Mil. B'van's pupils are doing for the
ft Commander and Marion Farmer chool lunch room garden and the
Bnies F. nncj were A. M.on Installation by the Orlando cere- as Post Post Adjutant The charter mem- cer; Sidney M. RiChard Sergeant at I Boy Scouts of America James Earle Lupfer, Jr., scored highest :!: 1 border" of fowe's t" ht>lae''d around
put
pter, and the work of the order bers were, "In addition to these officers Arms; with the executive committee Through the efforts of Captain A. among the boys and Carolyn the Hi"h School grow"da. Mrs. Mor-
boys is just getting well started. Albert Bearden, Gene Bryan, members, Howard M. Kntz. T. A.Cuon. IE.I Cundy the then Scout Execut'veof Griffin scored hi heft among the ri',.n bocan thlll wo'k for the C'ub
< officers are Milton Graham Joe Butler. Dr. II. S. Geiger, Clyde J. W. Miller, Joe E. Johnston, (the Central Florida Council of the girls On February 26( in the Chapter which the eighth g'arli will comolete.
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Bvter Councelcr Uly Chapman Nelson Walter Nelson Dr. J. W. II and Joe Butler. Post Commander Boy Scout. of America nine boys House was held n reception in honorof Another phase of Civic work aceetoMv -.-
; named the appointive : I all mothers nnd children connected th,* Club's study H
for Counselor Ravmond Tyn"r, Simpson, an-i John C. Schmidt. The Geiger has following i organized KisH'mmeTroop No. 1 in d' "* was
; officers\ Athlet'c Officer 11. with the contest Mrs. J. E. Lupfer C'tirenshio.! Roeci'l; study "".s made
Jlior ,Counselor' : Fred 1.\Ioft'r.1 i iuRiire' nost was at the time a county po- Park Poughten, Secretary. the legionnaires resident inS Nelson MaUinson! ; Publicity Officer, sponsorel the organization andelectee' and Mr!. L. II. Incrram were hostess nf the Shepherd-Towner Bill a-d
: Cloud organized the Saint A. T. French: and Flag Comm it'e the following Troop Committee es. Two bronco modals ard six diplomas ether measures of Congress nerfiing i-'-
m I J. Overstroot is chairman of the f <\int,
rixnry council and Sam 1.. Lupfer, Cloud Post Number 80. The re-or- Chairman: John C. Schmidt; Entertainment : Allison T. French chairman; Leo were awarded to contestant, to women and children., Hon. W.
IL is Advisor. I p-nnired William T. Maldnsrn Pdst i\ Committee, Hunter OMarl 1 I. H. Wilson Carson iFarrrter, W. J. r-ceivinp, ye'itcst. number of poirts J. Scars meet kindly sent the ClUb
I I elected Dr. 1. W. Rlmnson. Post Commnndor Chairman; C. M. Kenton, and Th o- Steed, and F. A. Nave The:. troop of e'C< pllenl'Y. copies of bills for discussion. In the
Knights of Pythiasrioiulshin Two later nnd at intervals of 1921 through, the ausnce! .
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and J. Steed Post Ad- dore Eowen.Kissimmoe was chartered on August 7. 1922. years pnring /
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Lodges Npmber! 10. .y j ex-rervice wen who nr Leo II. Wilson way made-Scent:! Maet !since Better rabies! p'-r'rrams hove ;if the Mothers Club a course" of six
tfliU) of Pvth'as. Kifsimmee. is jutant.Ir. been observed bv the Club. In the lectures ono each Wadnesrlny night,
Car and the followirg officers were
the roll of the Mckin-on 'o i r
of. the r.K'est: lodges of the order j I Simpson shortly afterwards removed i I on elected Senior Patrol Iidcr, Emerson same year 1915 t io Club put forth was given in the Chanter Hnu'e. Dr.Snarka. .
American
Post of tho Legion n"e: :
the, state its charter having been I I to Orlando, and the fO.t was' patrol considerable effort! to secure a ov'Toi' l"re.ident of the Pr/msylvanJa.
heel| ovp.- thirty It has A inact>vn until February of this yeaOn -. i i Robert F. Angns. Tom J. Arnold. Squire: "Fly'np Eagle" to witS
years neo. R. Rowen Theodore Bowen, J. leader David Brtinson; Asst. patrol for the school ground, a pavilion Sate C >J1e-e. was the lectl rer
mbershin nndfy. February 13. 1923, 'rally meet- Joyce ,
of phout a hundred Walker. The othe's serve as shade and comfort for the the theme "Fundamentals of our
Nathan James C.Buekels; lender. Rudolph
This furnished held 23 members renewedor Bryan M-
lodge has ing was their lunch hour
children during Government.
I William L. Bullock, Joe Butler, T. A. of the charter members whf passed
-I end full complement of ,,
GrAn
o Chancellors for the State joined a forum for out-door
Jr. W. A, the Tenderfoot tests were Edgar Be"- so to rerve as In behalf of Child Welfare-has the
elected. These officers I I Cason, Benjamin F. Cobb, .
and .
Lodge of the Grand Domain offcrida. officers was The plan failed. I I
Joe David. Elmer land Earl Babbitt Richard Bandy program one nncensm" purpose been in the
until the Cook. Hrnter Dillard. '"
These J.mrt elected to serve regu- |I
Hon W. were
were: Arthur Steed and About this time Mrs. C. E. Duna- activities. Its flrnt Better
annual election.at the tint meetIng J. Fehr E. Leon Fennel, Allison John Sanderson Club's: -
present Congressman of Flor- lar FrenJi Walker. (Anne-Carson) gave up her has been followed by
and Armistice Day and T. Dr. II. S. Geiger, William Donald way BabyContest
W. B. Crawford well known following
nrnev of Orlando. were: Post Commander, H. Nelson I Goldstein ROT C. Gra.... June By the last week of September the Home Demonstration work in the various Bettet"Jaabfweek programs.Across .
The Vice Commander Dr. H.. R. Gunn Howard Hlrtzel. Robert H.John. troop h.dincreaaed to 16 membersand county. Miss Albina Smith succeeded the seas for'" twe years: the
lodge MaVinson
meets WednesdayFraternity
[ every ; ('I
4 her. There developed and continu-! French orphanyearly -
Poet Adjutant, J. Nathan .. Joe E. Johnston Howard M. 12 of them attended the Central Club 'snoported a .
Hall which is owned S. Geiger
: ed undiminished throughout her term 1 1 it bas sent' to. Marcus.. Fag*.
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fctlv by. the Knights of Pythiss and I Bryan; (Finance Officer' James C. Kate, Carl M. Kenton, Glemont King, Florida Camp at Silver Lake, near .
which expired last. Mayan I .ThaJWliflriTinebox.
office
of .
H. the generouslyilll.d
T. French Harry McGruder.. 'Lee McLean Sanford where nine of.them passed
Allison
M.aons. During ,the. Butksls; Historian j \ .
: interest in whatever MinSmites has the '
Phil abiding At Yuletide It' filled
J. W. Miller;
nths the at Arms Sam Story; Executive Nelson Makinson the testa for Second Class Scoot and "'"
meetings at 8 Sergeant : '
are Clvde H. Nelson Walter of did In every way possible the Chapter House with Christina*!bells
L. Moore received merit at'the Court
C. Graves badges
. the rest; of the year at : 'JDtmel'j Committee Roy ', Club lent' Itself, to her service It Min Yen.."'. ehiU' ,
" Johnston Nelson..Roy Pentl. ,W. Joe .Jhrevatt. Kissimmee tied for and bad as guests
earl for 1923 Howard M. Kats-.Joe ; Honor. troop >
&ancennr arc Walter; Nelson R-; Monroe .. R. L."Rang, Sidney. M. RiChard. Xe.,second T>leee-.in .the! field ,and i watery fitted .up a rest room. supplied beds. don to slnsr their carols. Last spring>.. -
Commander..
Thomaa.1 J. bedding curtains.. chain, stands, and (Continued .nP1gs, alai
ton; VIce Chancellor ,Stratton, The appointive officer,, I Rogers, John C Schmidt, Louis (Continued, en Pace, BUt) 1 j I 7, J xa

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customs' j chain and regulated his i timepiece by tribe TNot I i>; : :
By ) Moore-Willson as well as his community and fantastic Ancient Mariner: "No; that's what "All right," Pat pusblpi
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Mssirdmeee the railroad clock, Billy is a a hair's breadth will thin Indian relied
laws made them mr.d. ; News back the
Florida. family ''" Reynolds j plate, rf
1 Is Seminoleand ener. the
dresser but ho a loyal diverge from the truth. Even to 1tia..
Would you know how many Semi- In Florida 700 descendants of 'the lie paper (London), ."-' taley Journal.
too. keeps he
a progressive one, the .question as to when
simple ,
nolcg of ,monarchs all America hide' from I I
of
live' in the great Everglades posted on the markets in his own par would visit his white friends again, .. .-. -- --- -- -
}Florida Do not auk the census man. +1 the white man, resigned to their inevitable ticular line of business. Ills packets he replied, "Six moons me don't -',
in these' day of 'Congress fate' but contented to be let from New ,
Why, bulge( with letters received know may be ten moons six
sional m thrift should there be a alone in the land 'of their illustrious of skins .
'ancestors. York and Jacksonville buyers moons, me say-no come, white man
thought given to the number of Semi- How accurately might/ and otter pelts. He expects no favors say, "Billy Bowlegs lock-a-dox ojus
noleg These Indians, so far as the I these without proud natives be called a "Peo- pays for -what- he receives and ((Tie too much), Select School of
Government is concerned, have no legal iple a Country"I
keeps promise, although a year may
I Note Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson Billy is always grateful for i
existence. They are not citizen, : elapse before he is able to do ao. lie very I.
all intents and has written what is considered the favors, shown him on his return from I
cannot vote, and to is often a purchasmg agent for mem-
purposes they do not exist, becauseat only authentic, history of the Seminoles bers of the band and in his small way a visit, always sends some remem
the close of the last local war, and through yean of persistentwork has a mercantile mind, buying four brance. A letter usually accompaniesthe Stenography ; TypewritingMRS. :
succeeded having the Florida and the following is a
in present
called the Dillie Bowleg War, this shawls for $1.75 that would retail at
Legislature make grant of 100,000 unique specimen of his literary abifty !
a
then numbered 112 ,
remnant persons fifty rents each, he will sell out, with
hid themselves in the dark wilderness acres of'land for these Indians a the satisfactory remark, "25 cents me : C. E. HILTON, Inttructor. i
and were for years lost to the his- victor that immediately made her make 'em." "Indian Town, Fla., J. M. Willson,
known throughout the United States. Jr., KisRimmee. I write letter.
ian.
j I Billy ventures beyond the confines you
The U. S. Government at that time I -- of his Everglade/ home, much oftener I send you Big Alligator Feet skin. {
thought that it had t captured every Billy Bowlegs than any other of the tribe. To the' Big Alligator, 12 ft long. 4tt in. this Winter Term opens Dee 1st. Pupils -
Seminole and so reported to the military I (Cho-Fee-IIat-Cho) Stranger he is all indifference, answering time. Indian no sick. All Good Well entering
authorities. Hut gradually these : "Yea," "No," -Me don'tknow Ojus. You write to me Letter Your now will graduate with the spring class and be

Indiana peered! out into the great domain A Picturesque thief of the Seminole" ," as it suits him. Friend for
and, finding things peaceful, I I Billy has visited St. Augustine anr1 Mr. Billy Bowlegs." ready positions.
the braves began stealthily enter The following! / character sketch of has Keen the Ponce I De Leon Hotel. In his signature Billy always uses
towns in search of food and raiment Billy Bowlegs n. used by the perm!"- out explained that "no get inside." the prefix/ "Mr." Instructions in this School are of the highest
in exchange for their furs and hides.! lion of Mrs. Minnie Moore-Willson, 'The season was not "on," otherwisei It is and
a pleasing encouraging
Today, the census enumerator has whose work on the "Seminoles of ,i Seminole brave would have been |, fact that on all occasions when the class, and all former graduates have readily secured
difficult and while Florida" is 'accepted as. the only authentic [lone of the celebrities that enter its
a problem, no Seminoles visit white settlementsthey positions and have been able to
doubt he is honest in his report instating history of this picturesquetribe great portals. are warmly welcomed by the satisfy their employers .
h that there are 32! Indians in : >I He has.. made several visits to Kis whites and treated with the utmost from the beginning.
Florida, by actual count there are fully Several months ago, Cho-fee-luat- Mm nice, hence is well known to the -expect and times entertained
700 Seminoles scattered here and cho (Hilly Itowlegs), a warrior of white people. At the ringing of the is one would many celebrities.The ,
there in halnlets] among the inlets of me re than unusual intelligence, made church hells on Sunday mal ninK it .
this Raw grass country. Many times his long-promised visit to Khsfnimee. was explained to the Indian that the Florida Times-Union always +
the census enumerator takes the wordof Mete, away from his natural surroundings were to call the people to the church Breaks a lance in favor of the Semi- =
some cowboy for his, report for one could study hH Indianeharscteri so that the preacher might/ tell then 'oe] During: a carnival season in
,few Indians does the paid employeeever 'tics from an unprcjudical of the white man's God. With th lack.sonvillc. Hilly Bowlegs visitedhe A+
see. And even when he does standpoint. I I inquiry "You f"O', to his host one city and of his visit an editorial
find the Indian at home he gel little A1a ,specimen of manhood ho is receiving: nn answer in the affirma read:
information, as the Seminole's replyto far above the average Although six tive, Hilly said, "Mo go 100." "Jacksonville has among her guestshis F. C. BRYAN COMPANY
all white strangers who pry into t week one of the most reprcsentahe -
his affairs is always the same, "Me; i I . Indians m America today-the
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tdon't I II II II Ii Ii highest of what '
know. I type i is known as

Many times the census man trnve's" savage/ tribe . Billy was a th/
J miles lo find only a deserted Gimp" i I I'r I spicuous figure in last night's/ ; /
9 where the Seminole; with his kern he rode in one of the most striking I GROCERIESAND
t and suspicious Indian in t'm.t, has and effective floats of the parade! |
, quickly skipped away or hidden, ].'w- that of the Florida East Coast! Railroad I
ing/ only the dying embers of the Company. This float bore :
camp fire to show how recent hu- 4 the distinction of conveying the noble :
li been his departure. Should he f figure of this Seminole chief and thus I : PRODUCE"SERVICE

the shy, shrinking squaw in her fin"l' 1 rty I the only one with a member of the :
Ii wam she would not understand real and strictly American race. Billy
questions, as she knows no languagebut M tom i Bowlegs/ is no savage, but a magnificent ,
her own rythmie Seminole tongue I I specimen of physical manhood, ,,
and furthermore she wool 1 fear i with a dignity a reserve, a keen intelligence ,,
the look of ,the census taker. The 'I and an honest l1'ort-a rep- J
white stranger might count the pick- I resentathe of that forlorn remnant : AND QUALITY" OUR MOTTO.

annies and pappooses pInyin mound, who regard honor with commendable
but in order to count the oldeboys acr.dm'9" j -e
and braves he w+
might search' a* fur a I
needle in a haystack for he has on I --- -' .

area of 5,000 miles of tanglej/ brush .... 11.. < \ -- -- -
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and cutting saw grass and deep, soft 'V'V' .' '''' <'u"\1' ..."' .. ...
a' mud to 'traverse to find one of th<"e
j secretive, people particularly if they ,'..
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seven hundred Seminoles scattered'
here and there scattered throughout -
the Everglades/ living in secluded, I
+ hidden camps among the thick inlet. YO
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of this mysterious country. This
number naturally surprises rnd chagrins -
l the census enumerator, but
these 700 do exist.

One band nlce comprises more
d than 250 Indians living in their wig- "'
t warn: settlement. The sub-chieftain '
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as he carefully enumerates gives tSe H KNEW

from names the of aged each /grandmother'down number of a family to > : :! *

the* weo pappooso.' .' "Many\ p'ccan-i ,' .
ninles,".replies the leader'to the quev' / . .
tioner. Were a white stranger to aoproach .'. :' ; :'}; ;::
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For the. Seminole distrusts the pale] nn.1.1 now I I.Ie.s I
face and only after months, perchance .
years of kindly sincerity does he win f"-"t two inches tall he i
confidence./ Then, these red childrenof met'ically is so sym- He was etometo) the chapel! and
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the Glades l become n< trustful and loos( sight proportioned of his height. that onto through the long service was a model, .
I confiding as ]little children , His fea- of propriety and conformed
and the tui" are good, his hands perfectly
and feel
white" friend i known remaikalily with tar customs '
is in some of the thuich. He
I liy their own ti'Vpithy, in ..v..ry way low-a characteristic small Ins voter) soft and e-xnrc-sseel, himself later as liking the
amp and hv l every member of they nole. of every Semi mil-ic, but, remarked I that the "pieach- 'I !

different tril",',,. When the Seminole III-, fire .s was. the c-i talked] too fast."
holiday at Iii'e
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has I From
studied
.I the white man an I'assures the tribe, his tunic o,' shift he had loom timeto time colored pictures
himself that he is indeed "Is- made himself Sunday School charts have been
was highly decorate i
Tee-had-kep-in-liis-chav"' (jfoi'l'. uhite with bals l of / given, or mailed to the Indians und
nanu'l'd l
f friend then he will sit for hours by and moccasins -- leggni" Hilly ic polls, "Indians got Vm" I
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the flickering fire, elaboiate'v! them' god keeping them with heir
ramp recounting and around his ( treasuries in
his natural history Ins myths and /:' colored handkerchiefnot neck about a ..Ioz.n1111) lioxeor I trunks. ASK

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U the essentiaL The com aa a moral asset is one of the a .lf-
munity without the church goes to I I evident truth The ethical and '--..
pieces. I have seen it again and I esthetic standards of any city are
gain in New' England. Our nation high or low in proportion as the
M was founded by men who came over churches are strong or'weak.
for the sake' of religion. They madeIt Because people recognize this se'f-

.. ... what it,,,w... Our nation cannot evident fact the' church becomes. one ,
'. live without morality and morality of the great material resources of any
-- cannot live without religion." city. liomeseekers desire to rear
i The above quotation was not spoken children in a community where the
by a preacher. They are the words life Is clean and wholesome and where ,
of a business man and a statesman the beautiful is fostered and high
-- President Calvin Coolidge A simi-I Ideals are maintained. They know
-- ap? statement was recently made by I that these conditions will be found
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-. Roger Babson when he said "If one where the churches are strong. There-
-;r',.;!'--- ' thing l: is becoming more and more evi- fore the church make. a city a desirable -
-- -- - dent loathe business man of America, home place and gives an added
It is that Religion holds the only solution value to property. Attractive 'It
-- .-.--- .... to our political,'commercial and churches draw people. People buy
Industrial problems. The need of the I homes and support local business
_. --- hour is more religion and confidence. concerns. And the city grows.
Morality is a community asset. Strong churches draw homeseekers. -Photo by Wllder's StudioFIRST I
But morality depends upon religion. And they make property more valuable DAPTIST CIIURCIIKISSIMMEE'S

And religion depends upon', the and create a demand for the -- .- -- --- -. ..-
church its congregation and pastor. goods on the shelves of the t merchant
-Photo by 'Vlld r'a'fltudlo That is why President Coolidge says People want the ,, moral and esthetic PUCH FAMILY OPERATES -
"The without a atmosphere as well as Florida cli-
that community
COMPETENT CITY
KISSIMMEE
Popular and efficient men who conduct the Judicial and Administrative
and Kduoatlonal: affair of the County to the aatlafacllon of the people and the church goes to pieces." The church mate. The presence of strong churches
I honor uf the Htnte. From left to rlKht they are: C. L. Dandy Tax Collector; stands against all those forces that insures such an atmosphere. ADMINISTRATIONConducting FILLING STATION
1. It. Karmrr. XherirT;, J. I.. tiver.tre..t. Clerk of Circuit Court: C. K. YowelJ undermine and degrade. the moral Kissimmee has: the following
Hup<*rtnten. ('n nly: .Attorney.FLORIDA promote those things that are clean, Catholic Presbyterian, Pentecostal nicipality to the entire satisfaction of a hand here at working and waitingon '
-- ---- wholesome and beautiful. The church and Episcopal. all its people either upon the old the public. Fact is, its a family

AMERICA'S e -- plan or the new has not as yet been affair and we get along very nicely.-- \
.written down in the book of history..t I When The Gazette representative
I is not astonishing that men of ability asked Puch how business was, he said.. 1
LAST FRONTIER = -.- _ I !; are induced to accept such public "It is very good indeed and we have 'q
I !positions. !no kick to make. We are ringing uiv.

I. B. B. Dorghten City Manager of more on the cash register every day
(yissimmee, has made an earnest ef- and as cold weather up north drives
is America's last /ren 'cucumbers, tomatoes, beans, potatoes\\ 'ort tQ conduct the city's business to people to Florida we anticipate a
and other winter-grown the best interest of the people and steady increase. We see new faces
FLORIDA With a I'I
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into the
land pour enormous wealth pockets ,las prrnued the even tenoof his every day.
acreages of moat desirable of the growers in this state every way, feeling that he is fulfilling the The Puch family have been operat-
for the handof
atill uncleared and ready year aa these fine vegetables make iuties of that office In a conscientious! ing the Kissimmee Filling Station
man. Millions of acres of land, i i i'their way to the tables of the folks ps tL :nd capable manner. bout one year and it is located at
much of it as fine as the most productive ,In- the North shivering in the dead the corner of Main and Vine streets
'' Douphten is a civil engineer by
and valuable land we have of winter. I the Dixie
on Highway. They
land that can be bought for from I thousands of t' profession and has had a broad ex- carry
I Here aro tens or : the .Ace Cord Tires, auto accessories,
$6.00 to $150.00 an acre, land that acres of land that will produce the : 'oerience., covering many years, and is !gas, oil and greases. They also have:
and horoughly capable in the of
will prduce wonderful groves finest vegetables when the markets handling I an auto repair and vulcanizing shop
offers the ,, ill matters of a civic nature. I
huge of vegetables, will for them.
the
crops pay highest prices I I and positively guarantee their work.
finest pioneer opportunity Americahas (:I Good soil is only part of the need in :RR M Doughten, in every way has given j:They are members of the A. A. A.
ever known. I'I this great industry a fair analysisfor 'tlW Cissjmmee an excellent city admin's- ]'and give official road bulletins free of
America's frontier opportunities In' the success' In trucking lines in ration and has fulfilled the obligations charge.
the past have necessitated leaving 'Florida is due 25 per cent to soil 25>> of his office' to the entire satis- I I Last, but not least the entire fam-
nettled and desirable communities and per cent to fertilizer 25 per cent to action of the people. lIe is a god ily are alert, live business people who
braving dangers of hard travel, fierce brains and 26 per cent to elbow booster, always, alert to the best in- believe in Kissimmee and its future
will animals, often terrible climatic grease. This combination will pro- k terest of his chosen home town and growth and readily do their share of
conditions and death, while Florida s| duce bumper crops and bring wealth ready and willing to do his 'bit,' both financially assisting any worth-while
rails the one of pioneer spirit to :i to the producer in proportion to the morally and materially. community building movement.
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leave the north' and come to a wonderful I' each '
amount of he uses. i I l - a
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fine lands, splendid farming condi When 'oil was struck in the Southwest Jbi"jiPhoto }
tions and the most ease and comfortever 'I I the same sort of a rush took ._
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frontiersmen. > ..,. ;: .. .. "'
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The western years gold and silver bad been found. The :1f' c '
are gone called loudly I to men and same sort of communities sprang up .. '_ 'f __ .' <
women of brave spirit, and the willingness and the same sort of life on a low
to endure hardships and plain was the rule. When the oil!
people built a wonderful country out wells played out there remained the 1Le
is the Rockies and beyond. same sort of sorry-looking abandoned r
Three great factors were largely camps and the Southwest wall
responsible for the building of the hindered rather than helped to its by Wllder'a Studio
West gold, silver and oil. Florida best growth and development by the FIRST rtlHIITIAN! ('l1URl'11
possesses more valuable treasures and oil strikes. .
fTers surer permanent success than I To the oil of the Southwest I would ''
either of these. compare' Florida resources, much Florida America's last great frontier J. C. GRIFFIN, FIFTEEN ': ' \
The Gold Rush I more valuable and a fsr-greater as- is building on right lines and YEARS IN KISSIMMEEWhen .
In- '49 and the year that followed, I set. Florida's marvelous climate I.I is sure foundations, we have profited by I ,
ourajeous men and a few women I the greatest asset she has. The finest the experience of others and are pulling l- J. C. Griffin was asked what i"f'l": :,4tt .
left their homes of comfort and ease year-round climate to be found in all together for the best things for he did in the blacksmithing line he .' "
in the far East and tourneyed towardthe America. SplendH summers tempered all. .1 i said "Moat anything from a needleto l., ,. -
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setting sun. They left known by cool refreshing breezes bl wing a big job.." By that he conveyed .. ,,' I ,,,
civilization and its refining influences! off the Atlantic Ocean Gulf 'of LIVEST, MOST PRO- the thought that his experience ex. .' '
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behind them? they suffered great Mexico and thousands of hills and ,
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tended vast field of different '
hardships as they dug the gold from lakes. A delghtful summer climate. GRESSIVE DRUGGISTIN kinds of over metal a work. .....
the heart of the .earth. Tne-e gold Winter seasons just cool enough to Fact is. Griffin makes a specialtyof IL
the'' West not and that makes for KISSIMMEE
mining were give vigor zest horse ,n. "
of culture and refinement the health and strength. Ideal winters truck body building and :. :. '
places ; ;"
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saloon brothel and gambling den was wonderful summers. Appreciating the fact that the "" 'It
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munity. can live and work in the great less a prehistoric institution with Griffin has served the people of Kis- '

S1n and vice held sway here and out-of-doors, twelve months in the the present generation and realizing limmee and Osceola county and today ., < __.._ .. '-- ._ _' "_ .,._...,. J. ,';' p,. -,, '
like health and strength to that it has been aurplaced by modern .
great prosperous mining camps year brings his name is most favorably known in ---- ---- -
Cripple Creek, Victor and others I weak and weary bod it'11. It is'a great drug stores, which are usually the the community. His work is always I .
grew up as mushrooms I 111 the night. health-maker and when it becomes personification of completeness, the most carefully executed and is there- J. M. WILLSoN BUILDING t
Huge fortunes were made, spent or I better known the aged and infirm as Broadway Pharmacy ownership and fore invariably satisfactory to his
lost, many months' earnings at hard well aa those afflicted with many management, have established and are customers among whom are numbered J. M. WILLSON I moving. I for one, would like to see
toil were wiped out in a night of maladies will come to Florida for invigoration operating a store which is not onlya many of the most prominent people I OLD CITIZEN ANDBUSINESS more good, clean publicity given Kis
carousel of a few hours at the and recovery.Th credit to themselves and the community of the community. simmee and Osceola county, for undoubtedly -
"wheel. After a while the gold ? Next Ten Years I but would be an asset to a Griffin is a solid capable citizen MAN"The we have many good thing
seemed to give out, hope was largely Florida has been making remarkable town many times larger than Kissimmee. and a hard worker. lie calls his to offer the homeseeker, the investor
life-blood of is and those who desire to till the soil
and towns became a community
gone p rospcrous strides and growth, but the next place of business the "Kissimmee
abandoned mining camps, one of the ten years will probably see greater j: Complete in detail, catering: to the Wagon Works," and it is located on its citizenshp and every citizen is or raise poultry or turkeys. I believe -
saddest sights in the West today. ,growth and progress than in all the public's every drug store wish, and Broadway near the Christian church. known bv the town he' lives in.: )If we have been" hiding_our light
Florida, too, has her gold, not an past three hundred years. |I anticipating; them the Broadway has I' he lives in a town that has gene to under a bushel, said J. M. Willson
evasive yellow metal hidden away in Florida will double her populationin earned a reputation for being "there !Make a Difference"Haven't sleep on the job, he is either fretting an old citizen property owner IInd'writer
the bowels of the earth but the won the next ten years. Most of our with the goods." I you a lighter room than to sell out find get away or he is con- of life insu>ance.
derful gold of her oranges, tangerines cities have doubled their population Johnnie Schmidt, the genial manager this?" growled the! hotel guest. "U tent to live in a communitythat Willson came to Osceola county' in
and grapefruit, as it hangs several times in the last ten year is well known in KUsimmea and reminds me of a prison cell!" is run down at' the heeTs. But 1887 and since that time has seen the-
among the shimmering green of our Florida will double her citrus groves is a most thorough druggist. He is "Well," said the bell-hop "I've if he steps forth with an air of assurance "ups and down" of Kissimmee and
wonderful groves on the hundreds of in this decade we are increasing our a graduate pharmacist, having had never heard anybody complain aboutit and well-being1:, his home I the county. lie makes a specialty of
hills and along the shores of the citrus plantings 25 per cent every nine years experience in prescription before-maybe none of the others town is pretty sure to be full of red- life Insurance and writes for the old
thousands of lakes in this great state. two years now. I woik. With these years of experience had been in prison."-Farm Life. blooded citizens who keep thing' reliable New York Life.
Gold far more certain in its yield and Florida will double her great trucking ,, backed by a keen judgment of --- --
bringing more untold millions into fields, we are adding nearly 15 people and their needs and endeavoring P. R. PRIVETT
the pockets of the of Florida in I all the stock The Brute I raining bloo after bloo on her prettee-
growers per cent a year to the acreage to carry necessary I I
than the gold of the West ever farms producing winter vegetables. to supply the trade. Johnnie and the GROCER BELIEVESIN He struk her, but she uttered no ,I little hedd, even skratcking her in
brought to the hard working miner Florida will multiply many times Broadway Pharmacv are forging to COMMUNITY' sound. He ftruk her aeren butt no >.his madnus. Even thru this she had
Gold that yields to the pleasant and her great dairy, poultry grape banana first place in their line. wurd eiknpt her lioz. Once moor he remained, silent. Butt finely, not be-
delightful work in God's sunshine Instead fern and other industries; her The Prescription department can "Do I believe in advertising? I hitter on the hedd bray thing that ing able to stand it eny longer, she
of the arduous and dirty work growth in these next ten years will be relied upon in every regard and should say I do," said P. R. Privett she wuz, she did not even whimper.Then heeved a reluktant sputter and beret -
.f burrowing into the dark recesses startle the world. has the personal supervision of the grocer. "I believe that truthful enraged: beond awl reezen at into flame.
.f the earth with its dangers of terrible Right Thlags First I I Schmidt. In stock you will find the advertising is a benefit to both the her unconcern of his akshrns, the I I For yu tea she wuz only a match.
mine disasters. With all her prosperity, growth and well known Nyal remedies and manv reader and the advertiser and no mat- brute uttered a lo othand began I -Purple Parret.

Silver Mining Built Towns development, Florida is not going other proprietory medicines.: Soft tor what the thing is you have to
Silver called many others to the money mad nor forgetting God. In drinks and delicious Ice cream at the sell: goods, property or service, it if 1I 1- .
Teat West and communities sprangup the midst of these fine, clean little fountain. Tables for all that care to perfectly legitimate to advertise it I .
around the aiJver mines where communities that are building into be seated while enjoying a cool drinkor provid'ng you stick to the absolute r
men toiled like slaves and risked their splndid cities you will find we have: dish of ice cream. Everyone ass- truth." J I .
lives to secure this" precious metal put the church, the school the high- elated with the Broadway is a live Privett belongs to the progressive I "Watch Kissimmee Grow"
from the great mines and here, too, type fraternal orders. We are spend- booster and l believes in the future live, wideawake class of business mon
all that was vile and sordid heldsway ing millions for good roads. High growth of Kissimmee. who are a big asset to any community. I BOYER Groves r
and men In' their craze for business ethics and Christian principles He is the kind of man who ulti- rtanchs
wealth usually forgot God and decency characterize our commercial life. mately gets a big share of the busi- Exchange Homes
When Greek- Meets Greek
Then the silver mines began to Fine clean newspapers help main- 'ness and is justly deserving. lie has REALTY City Lota
play out and today great western tain high standards of living. Law Does! : "So you did not close that been In business in Kissimmee but .. Timber Tracts .
states are dotted over with abandoned is respected decency exalted and sale with Smithers few months, but has established a Improved Farms Money to Land
silver mining camps; shafts and clean social fife is the rule. Whole- Salesman: "No sir." trade that is growing each day. He Home for Rent COMPANY Income Property
buildings are given over to the bats some athletics, fishing, boating and Boss: "What good did it do to let Is a native of Florida and for many
and owls. swimming are important factors in you take that course in 'The PowerSalesman years lived in Live Oak. He carriesa Colonization Lands Strawberry Gardens

Florida has a silver more lastingand our recreational life and all together of Mind T' very complete line of staple gro- KISSIMMBK. FLORIDA
beneficial to the worker than the we are building wonderful, progressive : "Well you see. Smith- ceries. Also fresh fruits and vegetables
silver of the western mines ever was. co-operative towns and a great era had taken the. course, too.-Dry in season. Ills prices are right
The silver of the lettuce cabbage, state of which we shall all be proud., I Goods Economist. and his service excellent. a.

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taken as a basis for ..,. _
Sculpture was -
Club and brought back a splendid report .
both informative andiw the first study of the Art Department I1- ,"

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/ S ........ and a member by appointment inent American sculptors, secured ,,;;:' t La'i'

AI.'W.'f".- ./ of President Harding, of the from their studios were not only enjoyed -
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1 ; S International Peace. Conference, gavea | by the members of this group

.4. splendid address in Orlando on the but by the Club as a whole.In '

S 1 work of the Conference. A number literature the first subject

from the Woman's Club attended and:l lI chosen was "American Woman Authors "

5- an excellent summary was' given at and Their Works," and selected S
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the next meeting by Mrs\. W. B. Mai i i I readings were given.' "
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7'p. I The Club had as Its guest at the This department, under Mrs. S. B.
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March meeting, Mr. W. L. Barrett, of 1 Aultman, was one of the first or- II.

Jacksonville 'who spoke on, :the conversation ranized.. and in. a short- time. ., .had- ,an
V of forests in Florida, a suuject active" membership of 4r which inter
- in which nil thinking people in increased to 65. Mrs. N. B. Carson, I

the state are deeply interested. Mr. who was president of the old Civic

Barrett spoke authoritively and gave I Society which. did such splendid, work,

valuaMcinformation on this/ subject ,was chosen. vice-chairman but was un-

That the women of Kissimmee are { able to serve. Mrs. Paul Stanley

concerned about the conservation and was made secretary and Mrs. J. Z.

development of the resources of the 1 Roberson. treasurer. The meetings

st:.U. has been continually evidence were hold twice a month in the even-

mice the formation of the Woman's in or at the homes of the members, and '

... . dub. During this club year they put ;; after the transaction of business, a I I' -Photo by Wlltle -.
II to increase the local pleasant social hour with simple refreshments Studl I
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on a campaign
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I ron-ximption of citrus fruits and appointed -
HIT >I liMOItl: U. M> II I IllltIM a committee, with Mrs. Fred Feeling the need for better wider-

!.!4 < Ciilhrrt; us chairman to ask the cooperation standing of the responsibility of citizenship I ( in working over the I Chairmen Standing eoMaitte-

of the drug: stores in push- after the passage of the 19th grounds. ridding the beautiful oak i I Legislation, Mrs. J. M. Duncw

ini; the. use of bcvetages made from Amendment, the Civic Departmsnt I I trees of the encroaching moss, put- 1 Membership Mrs. M. E. Turner:

I I. Woman's ClubBy j Klor-'dn fruit. All responded veryheart'ly undertook the study of American ,j'ting out new shrubs and flowers! and I Publicity. Mrs. Paul Stanley; pr !

and the Stanley l lrug Store Government us'ng the course of In fitting; up attractively a room on I gram, Mrs. II. W. Boice; Entertain,

put in ft new mnchin" order to be study, prepared by the Kxtension to- the ground; floor of the court house ment Mrs. Edgar Kale, Mrs. Geor
able, to furnish "Orange Crush" from ''partment of the University. of Flor- for the use of women who should Sigler. '.
( Mrs. Nelson' Makinson ) Membership.( Mr*. M. E. Turner' the juice of the fr""-h fruit. dia, which covers all phases of local have to spend some time waiting''
Rc-oiganized as. separate organization Public Health and Child Welfare,, and fejeial 'I Hoard Members"
nf the intt're"tineanll
One most county, state government.Mrs. about the building. The
in 1915 by Miss Elizabeth Ault I, ,\Ir. G. W. Host.Standing Committee prtjoyible: : occasions of the club year ', Alexander Akeimpn proved, to [ ment in the appearance imfrove. Alexander.Mrs. J. Z. Koberson, Mrs. M. D.

man with the following temporary was the address by Congressman''be an able leader and the classes. were much favorable
Squarecaused comment
:Mrs. Katz (;..-.C"ral. Activities
_L officers: i F-iMertainment. Edgar ; Si'aoii the ll>"' rmament Cr.ngreKs' Alexander Akerman proved to be an' anti I the committee I
President, Mrs. J. M_Willson. Jr.; Way1" and :\1('II n". Mrs.. J. /. RohprI < was congratulatcd As the annua'' election of officers
the
1 at whose "('.rion ho was present. At able leader and classes wer. for its excellent work
1st VicIrs.: W. B. Makinson. ; :2nd I jqon; COlll.h.s.Ir: -. A. W. Bailey ; of the KiKKimmee Woman's Club .
nno'her' time the Club had the found to he both helpful and attrac occurs
op.pn the theDepartment
of
One flf
j principal objects
Vice., Mrs. II. C. Stanford; Recording SIM'nil, :MrCl.iude l I Harper RoundT.ibe in May just before the summer
-$t'mt of hniiring :Mr. Seatde tive.. Later drills in parlimcntury !
N. C. COr..pundlOjI' I.. t from (the beginning, was exodus to mountain
_ Secretary Mrs. Bryan; :Mis.i -wis O'Brjan and sen hot
xn-ilio) with S :Mrs.. Gert'udeKatz the
Secretary, miii t I i impressive/ i i-e eremoniev i ., U! tentn ntiipoi All effoits aimed nt the conservation J. 1). Woodbrck as chairman of begins, incoming officers ordinarily
; Treasurer, Mrs. Clay Johnson. Resume it( Hisslmme"omr'fi'> Club have no duties. be ft re faiL
S the burial of ( he Unknown of natuial' life received th.heitity (
active anlgaxe
this ronxnittee,
Hoard of ManagersMru. M.IJ. 1921 -Ma> 1922Officers : was" very 1J2! :!, howf'verVII" an exception t tit
Soldier. this
S. B. A lilt man, :Mr". N. B. -- support of I department II great deal of time and thoughtto that general; rule, as it was decided
Round Table and particular; attention giv. to
was -n
She consulted with CivicClub
it. the\
_ii Carson Mrs. J. E. l.upler, JUs. J. to continue the
general meeting of
Ono feature of tile Club mcrting bird Mrs. .I M. Willton,
protection of St. Cloud and it decided
,
Wade Tucker.These Pifident, :\1I'S M. C. Stinfo-.l.: ; S was the Club through:: the summer month
h,,'" 'never failed t to be interestingnnd t of t the old 1 Audubon Society. made
was that the) of thesisti'i
officers ,served until the new I 1st \'tt-i'-pri"i'Pent., :Mr 1 \\ H :Mu- I civic oiganirntu I n* as uncial gatherings .
h..Jpful11" the Hound Table, under chaiiman of the Audubon Committee. transacting only
.hoiilil in
towns
constitution and by-laws had been kmsonlid: :: Viie-presidcnt. M s. (nay.1"hl1'on join plantingtrees such' business
Mr1Lewis I (O'B'yan'H capable nnd t her cffoitKisimmet. necessary a* could
i
1 elw- , through I and otherwise beititifyirir' I theHehwiiv
under
1 adopted which a regular .1 Recording: Secretary. :Mi1M I not postponed until the -
,
Ic.-uli-r-liin. At t this time current viimade Bird reopeningof
t tion was held April :24. 1111'* ( when : hat ; Corn sp.ind'iiir' Sri''n-t.irv \ a Sanctuaiy by anoidiMHiKe ) ,that united them. It was the regular Club season in .
Sen.tember.
eventof t'lan Intel e-tt ,. of the \: ,
'mere : Council'IliK'iigh
City
,; the following weie elected : Mr, M I. I II. Alexander; Tien-ure pissing corni/ed( that cure should, be exercised '1'his plan worked admirably
President, Mrs J. M. \Vill oti, J ". ; :M - Kli7alic. th lonr'rrn.ltpartment : .inj tin ment weie el in marirt-d in lit } Mrs. Will-'on the Woman'slull ; in choosing. t the kind of t'eo or as tinreceptions), well
I Iracthe fa1 hion. followed i by general ( 'I had t the opportunity of having : weie attendedand
1st Vicf'.pr'sid'I1Ifr': W B. Ma- ( hairncnI trees to I. planted ard ill ,.ttlnJ ami served the
kinfon ; 2nd Vice president. :Mr,. SB. I I.tlraljn', i :Ml". I IIV.I )Bone: \ < Aultman Recording Depnrtmr-it flf I'uhl c Health and ,\I I ,,tC'r. natmelove. -, inil official ot tlm information I . the t'\i- together,
; Secretary, Mi- I- i .inn" Bry : :Mit' i' :Ms. MBiilloUj pert-nary I II JC'och' t" its
-I Mrs. .. C. I ,' Child Welfare I tii'j Hi<..1 i idi Aiidiibo'i Society-, who i'i I of Ki-Mmmee alth"1 I Illvelf resume prflHT| function
Bryan ; ConvspundinrSecretary : |Iii"I| : l -- -I :MVi'l I-on ; Department, witlioul/ loss. of tune.
Mrs.1.: 1) Alexaiul i r; hJ.-tth.' Mrs l :M. i:. Tun . < 'i JM's, Tliidep.i'tmont i t of the Woman'Club. ,pi cciatii.n of Ki-s mmce's attitude i, to theerv impoif'it 1a'k of my The
1 ( \li I ,I'l.1. E. Turner chaiiman.Inl ..n lnr I protection' usked l to be allow f'rst undertaking of the Club,
Treasurer, :Mr1Clnv Johns ; Au.li-t Mis. S I! .iiihtmaii.Stindinn laivini'the I IW"'"-<'arflln"I s. ThVmembers ,
.1 uplendi.l,I I work the .. in leKUiiiiiig its activities wan th.observance .
tor Mrs. S. II. Bullotk Coinnrllees; ( ; du'injr veir, .I| to' I ".1'11I( a nuti-rfsideit member ; of the ( 'i" ic Sect "on viluntatilv -
i-opeiating!' with the Mothers-Tencheis of I th,' Woman's (Club. Thiis Mrs i) of Armistice. Suitable
Department Chairmen I.i' "] lation., :Mi-. l H ,}Ii't. t .\niris: assessed th'm-il\es dues of I tcicent
fl Civics Mrs. II. C. Staiifniil; I.itrr- Meinl'iM-hip. :M r' \Uermnn ; 1'uli- ( 'ul.! in the ,sale of the ("hrismiasMeilth Bvnl' Sillinan )Dewey) of Winter Park < pe month ( in nd-ltn th.eflal platte invoking conunukiity paitici-

4, stub Miss Almena I.eitner; HomeEconomics !I'CIM! :MiPaul!I Stanlcj! P'oirrain.! I Se.ils and other un-iertakinc-*, whose delightful! address on the subject I into the gert-rnl treasury of the' "M lion, were made, whcih on account

d Miss Albina Smith ; Lt'g- :M'H I t. W Bore ; Kntertammp. Ii nil wit'i, the Iwal state health offii of Buds is still remembered by
.; ] jslation, Mrs. C. A. Carson ; :Mi-m- MisV' .J. Sear. nils in the dissemination of health those who bad the pleasure of hearing to a t Kital. of $:HO.OO were made bv out; (Ihe Club held instead inArmistice
liteinture and infoimation. The work i Day program at its -
it.M's regular
beiship, Mrs. W. L. Winn. (;pn..rnl.titiI'R; them to the tree fund A charming
Ll't of Charter Members' of K. W. C. After Lein> # inactive orrnio time.the of tlm Fed-ral Chil Welfare Unit : O'Bryan was i placed, in charge little musical comfdy, "Th.Ii'rol.: ..* meeting, November 7, which begun

I MM. J. M. Willson Jr.. :Mrs. W. B. \ (Club rome tO t'th..rillY :3. 1921 in tins state under the auspice of tf (this' movement to interest and enlist of 'lA'''...." put on as a benefit under with memorial singing led ky
I the Florila Federation; followed Miss Heals. Dr.) )Dresch, of the Proliyterian .
Makinson Mrs. II. C. Mrs. was the school (children who, after tb'passing -
: Stanford at tlie cull of the rore idt'nlIr: J. the fim-rtion of Mrs. :'\I. Katz, .nri'hl..1 -
S. B. Aultman Mrs. Johnson with the greatest interest by the Club of the ordinance the Church and Kollins Collece,
Clay :\Willson, and elected the abov? officers put up the ('ii it' treasury with the
Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mrs. S. II.Bullock, Through the courtesy of the and much regret was fejt thai Osce- pasters and eived as active look-out- sum of' ?I2.riOO Mrs. Woojbeck was was the speaker of the occasion, witha

Mrs. W. L. Winn. Mrs. J. Z. Rober. Country Club officials, the meet'n' ola was not one of the counties chosen and volunteer protectors of their planning to further increase' the fine acidness" on "The Essence of

1 lion, Mrs. C. A. Carson Miss Eliza- were held in the attractive clubhouse for It demonstration.Fine I fellt thpfd| friends. :I Iligliwav: fund with the proceeds Citizenship' which was very sp-

beth Donegan' Mrs. Elizabeth Ault and the delightful surroundings ( Arts j I Several other clubs wrote the Kis- from but the |iropri te.
Tag Day Club
ItI man. Mrs. Henry Aultman, Mrs. W. greatly enhanced' the pleacant social In accordance with the plan of the I' simmee Woman's Club for informa1 'ended a before thi year The conceit given by M'ss Jests

J. Sears, Mrs. L. II. Ingram. Mrs. features' of those meetings./ State Federation, the Departments of I I tion along this line, which resulted in out.Early plan could be carried Know lion, well known in recital work

I! Gertrude Katz, Mrs. J. J. Griffin, Grert: interest on the part of the Literature, Music and Art. were com-i I excellent advertising for Kissimmee i shopping over' the country was an artistic

Mrs. J. M. Lee Mrs. T. M. Murphy, women cf Kis'immee was manifestin binederv early in the club year, 'I as well as the further development of .that i the stores need' on not Saturday be so rfuccesi' and a credit to the Club wler >

I Mrs. J. W. Evans, Mrs. J. A. Barclay, the reviving of the club life, and into the Fine Arts Section, what-h j i interest in the conservation of bird late* lit night, kept openso <\ whose auspices it was giveu.brt

_ _iSl Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. W. J. Fripp, stimulated by the rrertirn of seonrntc met reeulaily once a month. "in the !, life in the state. was a movement was" attended by too few.
I inaugurated by the Civic
Miss Almena Leitner, Miss Lassie departments, the club membership Heart :Memorial for study and .discussion A committee on Public Buildings Mrs. Department. The Club was' more fortunate sr

t Lathrop, Mrs. E. E. Wells Mrs. M. mounted till it reached 85. the and also! furnish excellent i and Grounds, Mrs. M. E. Turner an 4 i the O'Brvan" of presented the business the idea houses to securing the hearty co-operation rr

E. Waring Mrs. F. C. Bryan Mrs. greatest number enrolled since the features to the meetings of the Club j Mrs. J. M. Duncan, interested itself' involved)managers and individual. and organizations in reviving
met with cordial
C. I... Bandy, Mrs. DeWitt Alderman, organization of the club. i as a whole. particularly in improvements on the a re- the Community ChriitnUSTree

Miss Albina Smith Mrs. Claude Among the first plans mad were '| In music, the old composers were Court House square. This is men- I ception. The members of the ClubpledR"f'd originally introduced by Mrs.
themselves'
it
'I Harper, Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. those for the sale of poppies on first taken up the life histories! studied tioned in the Automobile Blue Bookas to and a public Anne Carson Dunaway. and: Mrs.

E. C. Bryan, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, Mrs. Poppy Day, May BO, but it was ,' and selections! from th(-r: work a beautiful root on the Dixie Highway appeal was made with noticeable i Inez Carson Angas. This was" a,
result
T. W. Ellis Mrs. J. M. McPhatter, learned that the Mothers-Teache-s: IS I I i given. One phase of this topic of und the Civic Department feels great success. Mrs. L. II.. Ingrain,
One of
I Mrs. H. M. Pfann. Mrs. A. S. Nelson -,. Club had already undertaken it, the particular interest ,to the Club that everythingpossible/ should be the Civic the treasured possession of Mrs. George' Sigler, and, Mrs. J. !.

_!J Mr*. W. C. Bass, Mrs. C. W. Woman's Club was invited to help I "Woman's! Influence on the Lives of clone to increase its attractiveness organisation Kissimmee is the 'ScenicPicture'of Duncan ,were the committee In chars

Bryan. Mrs., W. B. Harris Mrs. W. .-undertake the project and this was the Oreat'Composers," was very entertainingly The" County Commissioners being appealed nude and St. Cloud of arrangements.. They secured without

-, j- H. :'Arnold_ ; _Mr_ ,!. L.. Overstreet, done. . S discussed by Mrs. Bullock to for funds for that purpose, n1al1ag.r.o.f by Mr.the II.Casino!I. Ahford under former I .difficulty liberal_ donations, for.'

.1 Mrs. L. w. riuey, Mrs. 'it. w. Tnur-- The Club ns whole endorsed the I at a general meeting. generously gave 200.00 which was with this Denartment., ag'ee.ment This- | purchasing candy and rruit, ana iiw

, 5 man, Mrs. W. L. Paulk Mrs. M. Tiller Near East Relief drive, of wh'ch' Mrs. film has \iews of number 'committees had the assistance of the

5 Mrs. N. B. Carson, Mrs. J. W. 'G. W. Best was: chairman, end contributed 'of interest in both a of points various women'* organizations of ill

I I Prentis, Mrs. C. V. Bearden Mrs. E. $5.00, the members also mak. | individuals and towns' as well as the churches in carrying out tIle
I
L. Pearce, Mrs. C. W. Dann, Mrs. G. tnt j individual! contributions of clothing i will organizations andsomt' plans. Mr. Vernon Porter kindly!
l W. Best, Mrs. J. L. Beaman, Miss nnd money. 3. day be of historic value as |vase his i .services in festooning thetree .
Ethel Wilder. Mrs. J. F. t;; a souvonii, and faithful record of ear with. I
the Tight
O'Beriy Early in the it was recognized ? her days.Anotig. beautiful colorel:
Mrs. Ben Miller. Mrs. E. L. Lesley, that it Clublt'ar.of great advantage I -'-- } pL ; tW which were let by the city. Mr. Bul

Mrs. L. C. Smith, Mrs. H. M. Katz. to keep in close touch, not II : woman's <'rlCanizat i"n ]lock chairman of the Music Ccrnmittec. -

I,, In 1917 the officers and beads of only with the State but the General! I I of'Vom"n'Kisunimee photographed we'" t*>n i l<"d| t.>>e assistance of Miss Beats,

t departments were all re-elecled' with Federation, and the required fee of I ( Club W. C T. U., Kings'lqei'hte's. Director) of Music in the Osceola Biffe

the exception of Mrs. Clay Johnson t"n cents per member that would en- I i Kas'ern: Star. Woo lmen i School und the 1 Kishimmee ConcertBand

I treasurer who resigned on account of lit e each to all the material from (Irritl'yt Town' "hn Sisters and Ileberras in the carols nnd commun'tfringing I
I ill health. i planning! appealed IT the'
'
National l I which deligh'ful
Headquarters were sent in. were such
I! I After the declaration of Civic I Department us. the logical anil')
war mo-t ThpVoman'" Club had always felt ''desirable' j natures of the occasion, nnd many
l of the activities of the club weie) suspended greatly interested in and given generously I ] thinir to insure harmonious others helped in various ways.

S in favor of war time activities to the Children's Home Society 'I and! satiufnctory development in a The Club participaticn in the Coun
I only occasional meetings for the of I growing town and an attempt was
Jacksonville of
Which Mr. I (ty Fair was also very successful from
--I transaction of necessary business' bo- Marcus Fagg is the splendid l executive I I made in to interest the town authorities -\erv point of view. The "K'ssimmce'

? ing held. and was glad; to be able to makea providing .something: of the sort. Woman's" Club, because of its contrl-
In May, 1921 a meeting was held special contribution of $21.00 for Mr. Wm. A. Cook of Keasoner Bros.. |hulion to life of
community one
was
at the home of Mrs. S. B. Aultman, the little blind girl Ora who was being I Landscape Gardeners. and Architc'tsof I (four organizations granted concrtnions. -
for the purpose of electing officers Bradontown made several visits
cared for there until suitable t, :Mrs. A. T. Morrison assisUd
and preparing to resume regular club to Kissimmee. to confer with the Civic ,
i provision could be made for her else rr- ., I the president in general arrange
functions. The following eleHed Chairman and interested '',
were and
: where. persons
I II -' .. __ mcnts Mrs.
and
I President, Mrs. H. C. Stanford; I Soon after this in r ,',. h "" gave many excellent suggestions. I supervision and
fr recognition of j Anderson chairmaln of th.Coff'e .
,- Howard
I I ,
Vice-president, Mrs. W. B. Makinson; the played in the ;- '" _ akn'that linp. Under the auspices ,
part community ,
(' Committee Mrs. J. Z. R'be
Secretary' Mrs. M. Katz Treasurer life ; of this Department) he ,
; the
by Hart 3 gave a public
better .
Memorial .J : nJ-
: Mrs. S
J Miss Elizabeth .v son. Salads J. M. Lee,
115 Department' Donegan.' known as the "Chapter House," the IU "_;;"_\'"'_,_- . (I| Chamber lecture ( without charge) at the i| !wiches, Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Cold
Chairmen' of Commerce
Club donated illustrating it
$25.00 I II
toward the -
expense : I Drinks ShOTtrake -
I and Mrs. F. A. Nave
Literature, Mrs. H. W. B')ice; Art of I with lantern slides showing ,
i new flooring for that useful examplesof ,]
Mis Frances Bay; Music. Mrs. S. II. little building. Photo by Wllilrr'H. Hludlo( I good and l bad town planning, and i' had splendid assistance from
Bullock Civics, Mrs. S. "'lelsnTl-pea. t III III'II what ;both Club and non-Club women.
; B. Aultman : Durinir this the Club siteiI -- - - was being don" along' this line
year i
Historical. Mrs. J. M. Willson. in various in -- ''in other towns in Florida. Some of I| One of the most unique and sue-,
Standing Committees I ways promoting c m- WHY SOME FOLKS Uj 'these cessful entertainments' ever given b7
I W. slides
munitv THOMPSONHAS were
fineiiir and adequate very beautiful a'l ,
Legislative supnort II ; the Ch.b the gi'.
Mrs. was "Sunset Tea
G. W. Best
Mem.
; of the Kissimmee Concert Blind of HAVE BETTER II. wereerv interesting and the t''k'
ii bership Mrs. N. C. Bryan; Enter. which the has GREAT FAITH was so jrreatly en at the Hart Memorial in commefli-
town appreciated that Mr.
: tainment, Mrs. W. J. Sears; Publicity, be proud. every reason to APPEARANCE j IN DISTRICT"To Cook wan uncnimouhlv requested bv oration of Mother's Day.

S Mrs. Paul Stanley.It i Special interest' alo those present to it District and State Conventions
was shown in repeat at
some
N I was decided that the different the Chamber of Commerce, the Club I because It is easy to tell the reason. It i ill; future time for a larger' audience. In January, the Sectional Cenf'er'f'nce

departments should recruit each its not only heart'ly endorsed its they have pride and !because I say that I have great faith in Full Co-operation' of Cha'rmen' of all was held In Orlando, a number
I St own membership and hold feparntcmeetings but urged every Club member program they realize that having a good cleaner I'iKissimmeand environs is putt'ng itvery Standing Committee and Mmbr !, from the Kissimmee Woman's Club,
and
o the club membership mo-t to take individual membership in or- presser take care of thei- mildly," said J. W. Thompson. In clomnp this report, it should" be I I including' the president, attending. .

S ing as a whole only at the .egular Her to a.sist more directly in its various not wearing apparel the garments will "Fact is, I I believe our section of this jadd'-H I that the officers and Chairmenof | Ir May the president reprewrtwher : ,
monthly meeting.The only look better, but will last I I I glorious state to be the
Feeler'alien
plans for community betterment. much mcst fascinating Committees on Membership, Pub- iganizatinn at the State
follows Civic Department was organized | In October the Kissimmee's. Wom Pressing longer. I|,I of all. I believe its possibil licity. Legislation Program and .;n- meeting in Green Cove Sprinf*
as : Chairman Mrs. S. B. I an's Club had the privilege and pl.".s- restores the original tips are most promising and that 'the tertainment, as well as Department This was called the "Home Comin,
Aultman shape
; Vice Chairman, Mrs. N. B. lurr removes the odors and dust I I future .
verv near
of will tn
Carson entertaining Mrs. W. V. M<-. and see some wonderful Chairmen not only performed" their >n recognition of the fact that
Secretary Mrs. thoroughly 1
; Paul invigorates
ley; Treasurer Mrs. J. Stan. 'Collum, president of the Florida Federation fibre of the every :1 development. Thousands of duties faithfully and well, but had Florida Federation had its real orlft
t This department, Z. Robei on. and Mrs. A. B. Whitman, garment much material added thus giving: the dollars of outside capital simply the full support of almost the entire I there, and was a wonderful occasion,

I .bership of 60, and held soon had a n..sv. Chairman of Conservation. This ws cleaning and wear. It's theat.eam :!awaits tell our advertising that should membershin to which fact is due all In addition to the splendid club wont'rn.
regular meetings done pressing and about
jointly with the MothersTeachers way : our that the who and!
possibilities. Woman's leaders social
L twice a month at the hame' of it's the best way. is Big Club was able to I are in the
L the various members. Club, and was very enjoyab'e, R. Av Snyder and his 1 monev being invested every day in accomplish during the year. club life of the State, eminent mend

It was ''decided to combine the departments both splendid! addresses being given by getic wife are two of the most very ener-I ting Florida this and the towns that are get wmen: in other organizatIons and
Mrs. McCollum and Mrs. Whit- money are those that lines of other
endeavor
of Music ble cleaners use Resume Kiiisl lntinee in this and
Literature, and pressers dyers : printers ink to tell their Women's Club,
- Art. into the man.The - pair story. I feel states, were with words of
Fine Arts people in Kissimmee present
section
held teparate which I Club also had the great honor the business in its ; knowing very certain of the) ultimate success May 1922-May 1923 wisdom and counsel
meetings once a month in entirety. of
January of They our section
,
S for study along these lines. giving a public reception serve the best of the state and 'the The Woman' co-operate
to lion. and Mrs. W. J. people here and many results to be derived Officers Club also ,
May 1922. officers elected as fol who were in Kissimmee as the Bryan of them. When the matter of clean- I lour ability to intelligently dp0nds upon President Mrs. S. B. Aultman 1st during the year with the State Conference
lows guest place ;
I ; ing pressing, alterations our of Social gatherii
and Vice-president.
of < Work
Congressman and Mrs. Sears. Mr. dyeing possibilities before t 1 -investor Mrs. Paul Stanley .
Honorary President, Mrs. J. M. Bryan gave a short talk which is discussed in the home the names I homeaeeker and tourist" 2nd'Vice-president Mrs. A. W. Bai.; data, map., and other material for th*

Willson: President, Mrs. S. B. Ault- very much enjoyed, and Mrs. was ,1 of Snyder and 4Us .food wife at once Thompson ley; Recording Secretary Annual Convention in St. Petersburg
Mrs.
man; Vice-president Mrs. Paul Stanley Bryan : ar"beaTd. There i..a professionally, is an anidertakcr which
who I is well known in the reason. They Haynes Brinson Assistant was attended by the presides
S ; Secretary, Mr. state as a have served the I and is 'well known to the ; Secretary Mr.. AWc*
i Ilaynes Brinson; club woman, was .. usual delightful people welland for. greater of' Mrs. Robert An gas: Corresponding J. z. RoUrson. .,ndJMr; -',
Treasurer Miss Elizabeth Donegan. ly witty and entertaining. I I a long time. Prompt service and ex- county. Is "old-timer"the people in the Secretary,,.. Mrs.. M. KaU. Parker. ,The:report,of this Convtfl-;
Department Chairmen cellent work is their-.aim an and was tion "*
In and "Clobibyi-M
j January also the desire. Department presented/ the
conference formerly Chairmen
Civic, Mrs. Marian I I I Both are excellent a member of the
Homsby; Lit the 7th Division, which included Kissimmee '' citizens and are for eight city council Literature, Mrs. H. W. Boice Music Parker was unusually good .bei.!
erature -always
MeL H. W. to years. He is } -
Mrs. Boice; Music, was held in Winter Park. home ready help build a better wide-a-wake a live, tire. S. H. Bullock Art not only complete and accurate,
S. JI Bullock: Art, Miss France. Mrs. town. They have been in booster and always ; Miss '
Paul bust- Frances given in attractive
Stanley form. .
Bay HMne
attended .. ready to ; Economics ,
Bay the ness here for assist an Miss ?
effort ,
; Mrs. the
Lefis/ative J. that
I! ; M. Duncan past ten has
; delegate of the Kissimmee Woman's Snyder is years. Mrs. for Its purpose the j i Albina Smith; Public Health and F1m. Art SectionK
a native daughter betterment of the I oM
l \ +, ''community. Child Welfare, Mrs. M. E. Turner This Section has always been "-

Civics Mrs. Roy Starbird. ; of the most active holding p..tf, .

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Westward from the eastern ocean, I p

Like a wondrous fairy tale, w' r '

Leads a road that lives in legend- i .' J ''

Now, an automobile trail '

'Neath. the palm tree, under live oaks .f'

Through the tall moss-covered pines, ,

By, still lakes of pearly;clearness, 4 a1a

Fringed about with brilliant vjnes.\ :


Through these mystic shady glades

Where the silent waters sleeps, .

Where the swift-winged silent heron

Over all a vigil keeps, .

Here. the songbird sings its sweetest, s

Here we hear the clear-voiced quail- -i

-Phot* by Wilder'. 8tudlo Nature wards and guards the nestling -Photo by Wilder Studio
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I .. ....T MHTHODIHT CHURCH' I Along this automobile trail. SAINT JOHN'S KFISCOrAI. CHURCH

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WOMAN'S CLUBCnnttnued We're not so very great ganized and are anxious to commence Membership Committee, Is steadily
But we are federated with Onwward still through mossy vistas I work aa soon as street grades are established I increasing the enrollment
( from I'SKe four) The club.e throughout the state 'Mid the forest's shade and the season ef the yearfor
meetings monthly, at which most interesting And all make cooling planting approaches The planj .Il.n. G. W...Best Jhas been untiring( ;
together we can
and enjoyable programswere ''A change throughout the land, Then again through Open cojuntry, I IDcl.de'the planting cf "palms along ire her"effort* to secure for the town
given, In addition to the studies If we will pall together Covered only the the sides of the street leading h the a Public Health Nurse. It was
varried on by the groups in the Departments And take rightful ftand.I by glade. lake front to be' known as the '''CltII through Mrs, Best that Mrs. Laura
of Literature, Art and a Through the silence of the night time I Izens Memorial." Funds are in the Jean Reid, of the State Board of
Music. of which It is composed.The I (treasury to begin tree planting 'in- Health, was secured to address the
An the old
< amusing parody on In the moonlight soft and pale ,
of Literature, Mrs. Chamber of Commerce and all other
Department jingle, "The Animals All Went Into . 'side the city limits on Drury avenue,
II. W. Boice, chairman devoted its the Ark," covering various phasesof The mocking bird is sweetly calling :continuing for some distance on the organizations.
time. to the study of the life and Club activities wad also written On this automobile trail. "Kiss'mmea! to Melbourne Road." The ;i With the excellent organization: and
works of Shapei-peare, and readingsof by Mr. Bullock, and sung on more 'department expects to continue workon the splendid plans made by departments -
his most representative plays. frivolous occasions. the Dept Park. and committees there is everyI
The work done by the Fine ArtsSection The Club Woman' Creed In the daylight or the starlightIt I Stand:ng CommitteesThe i I reason to believe that. the present
;: ( is in line with that mapped (By Mary Stewart) chairmen of the standing committees club year will be as fruitful In
out by the Stat and General Federa- Keep us, 0 God from pettiness; Jet matters not, by night or day, hnve also been active and achievement as in the past, and will
t'onn' and much helpful material is us be large in thought in word, in When the sun drops o'er the ocean have excellent plans to fulfill. make its usual contribution to community :>> -
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c blamed frum them. *sources.Lyreu | deed. And dusky shadows line the way- I Mrs. Roy Staibird, chairman of the I life.'PLAY .
Let be done with fault find and
Under the auspices. of the Fine us ng! ..
love of felf-seeVing Whether bright the glorious sunshine, ----- ------ -- --- ------ ---'
: with the hacking of the '
> -tt Section :
C'luli us 1who I.., the Piedmont. Lyceum May we put away pretense and' meet Whether rain, or- storm, or hail, MY FLORIDA'S MORN HERE IF
each other face to w'thout
wa" introduced to Kissimmee. i I face Nature's lure will I YOU'VANT TOI
The three riemh"r secured the I so'f-pity and without prejudice. not forsake you ( By; Wile; : Lindsay Duggsr) I _
May we never be hasty in judging On this automobile trail. I
The Electn
KHufmnn\ :Male Qunrtp'te
Kis'immee cl mate that is
In
he enjoy
. Mae i and always generous. 'ospu pie morningTw.tterHp I n
Hunt Concert, Company, rind unusual. Let us take time for all things; make I : bide unfold their w'ngi.The typical of about all Florida; and that
of
Er..I bv. were
Shumwav From the sunrise its .
to means just about perfect. If one
IM grow calm and serene and gn settingTo .
few morn's
rent and d..1 lif-teJ| I the faithful eastern sky, our adorning
should I here lust for
i tIe.Teach! want to come a
who heard l them.M the Gulf more quiet beach, A'igl.ts all nature as she sings. I rent, during those months of the year
us to put into nc'i"n our bet-
: H. George W. Rest n* chiirnnnt' wilderness of I I when the northland t.lm. its most
tr>- ;1'I'.lls.M.. str.uft'itforward: and Through a forest ,
thin impotfrit department of the unafraid 'I i Soft tints denied the artists' blushes, forbidding side, to inhabitants, certainly -
.'!'lib. was IIrt'tinT! in her efforts to : Uttering its impressive speech.
the Grant that we may realize: that! it is I (:lather o'er the rising sun, Kisrimmee will welcome you a
inform and interest the Club and little that differences All the the Ocean utters I whole-hearted way. There are living
in the need for the things create way While! earth's' light to westward rushAnnouncing -
community pt large: I all and lots of fine and
cf sorts
that III the big things places
and prsxilnlity of securing a school | ; To the Gulf a joyous hail ; I dandy places to clay. The like and
and ,{,vl'r,1, ) Mints in that contortion we are one. I that "the da'y's: beg\Ul. :
curse I rivers offer of the most
wcr" made here by Mrs. Liu- And we may strive to touch a-d know: I Thus it ever has been calling I adjacent some
in the state. Thehunting
I it Jean Held of the State Board of the .great common heart of us all. Legend along our trail. Aand she spreads her wondrous tint- famous fishing
be excelled.
says There
And. () Lord, let in not forget ta be i I can hardly
I lc! lth. The Club has always given kind. ing are plenty of forms of outdoor fan

its strongest indorsement to this pro. I .. .1 M Evening with its glow is bathing I From the East unto the West; for those who don't care to hurt or
in the .
,.t. and has fostered interest I
e The above beaut ful prayer by A misty, dewey, rinbow printing fish. The highways are the best and
I local I Red Cross organization which i Mary Stewart was used as a collectat I Orange groves, and home and all, Earth's beauteous, glorious, per- many interesting places within easy

u trying pro -ram.to raise which funds it: is for hoped the nursing will- each' meeting, and I it wan felt that And the glory of the splendorLike I fect crest. days motoring indeed distances.during our There winter are when few,
i whatever of attended ihe
i toe supplemented 1 by city and ccuntyfunds. I':'yeir's work was success due to the con- a halo on us fall ; Thus pleasant is a winter morning, you cannot sit out all day in the
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The Club also ioined hart'ly in loral | Nature best adorningGod lucky to be here when
''live up tc its teaching. grandest, you are you.
tnntrol I and, and state in efforts other for health mosquito measures I Klwimmre Wonte-i'- Club Ever radiant, grow more pale ; I paints I it oft, and shows it free. ,might have been "there.

and approved the plans of the I Mar U23-I'U Thus they lend a lure of rarenessTo .,,;.-,
lornl School Board to extend and Improve President Mrs.. II. N. Mskinson; .
I this automobile
school facilities.The )Vice-president.. Mrs. J. Z. Rober- trail. 'It -. ...,
Woman's Club was very alai ;, ii-n: 2nd Vice-president. Mrs. G. T _,;'.i
to join other organizations in endotsi Sigler: Recording Secretary Mrs. A On the east the Ocean billow "
i and the effort of | G. Parker; Corresponding Secretary \ -
supporting Calls across a trail of JIH"'F. . -'.w
j Miss A'bina Smith the very efficient | Mrs.! J. M. Puncin.I green, h.
County Home Demonstrnt'on Agent I Department Chairmen And the Gulf tide softly answers "- .
I I Liie-iiture, Mr*. Lew's O'Brvnn:
to establish' : a curb market, for the *
benefit of both housewives and producer .Music. Mm. U. J. Burrows; A't. Ml"Fwnces FI"nt..the. opalescent sheen, :-
*. Bar: Pubic.HexJth..M'a.0.R..Shaverr F oddlytf:: eaeh'otherspeakingMumured'
Chic Department Ch'ld Welfare.: MrG. .W, yy s'.t
Owing to the .continued absence of Best; Civic, Mr*. A. T., Morri'on. songs of joyous hail- \J ;

Mr. Hornsby, the chairman. thl department Chairmen Standing Committees Rapt in wonder, "thus we journey '','/f; <
Legislative and C'tire-iship, Mr.
beginning was its somewhat activities delayed under the in B. R. Doitp-hten: Membership Mrs ',. On this automobile trail. +\\J,,4, tj;; . r F

new regime, but with t'-e appoint Roe Starbird; Publicity Mrs. A. W. . . .
merit of Mrs. Roy Starbird the oil Ball -v: Entertainment, Mr W. E. I .
Civic spirit war once more i i.) evi- Sanderson. : Soc'nl' Mr. Edgar K-ti n: committee ere the persons! whn makeit In .Art Ancient and Modern Artist t: .
c'ence.' Honorary President Mrs. J. M. W.llsen. : all possible, a* she is solicitingA funds to finance the tree. .

A chicken p-llnu: supper for the ', complimentary vote to President will be studied, specializes; : on Mod
lenefit' rf the local hebll t nm. KVeriitive Board Memb-rp' Coolidge was !given in the straw ballot enl American Artl'ts. Mrs. S. II.
retted the nice um "f S I 2r. 00. which. Mss S. B. Aultman Mrs. L. II. In- fpr president conducted, jointly bv Bullock and Miss. Frances Bay sent
I was turned, over to that organization: gram.: the magazine, "Good Housekeeping" articles to the State Fair at Jacksonville -
I ze: a rontribut-on' toward exwnsesI I Th"-e efgcers assumed their club and the General Federation of Wom- and each received prizes on all
I 'Later a public was se'vei which dut'ri in May. At this!! meting the en's Clubs. entries made. .
I I b"rouirht into the fvsury $'<0 00 ,,"d ch'h was adjourned unt'1 fnll. During Florida Garden Week. Miss The Literary Department takes un
i.n o-caHon of cnt-rinsr for the Bu-i ir I !Mrs< W. J. Steel and Mrs. J. Z. Jean Caldwell, local florist gave an I:the study of Snnthren Literature, the
,.a. end) "rof..lo..AI| Woman's Club Rntic<-"an arranged: R beautiful and ""ntortainin and instructive talk on I lives of the authors and their works. I
added mother 1000. impres'ivo program in cornmerntionI flower gardening, with particular ref 1 I The Music Committee offers an intereating I -Photo by Wilder'. Studio8ECOMJ .
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Thu l><">artment continued to in- I< ? Mo'lieiN Day. This wall well\ atIto'deJ erenee to the plants and flowers best and varied program-from _ __ ____
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tcrc't itself! in 'Bolter Films" the I, and greatly enjoyed.As adapted to local soils. 'It study of the old masters down to -- u -
maintenance rf the Court House this is the opening of the club The Club participation in the "Ro I the prevent time-taking up the value KISSIMMEE BATTERY C. M. GARBETT
proundi and Rest Room and spent year this statement must necessarilyhe deo" held under the auspices of the of mus'c in the politic world in I
ftnie money and much t'me and for tHe moot part on announcement American Legion was successful ,the public school and in business. I' COMPANY MAKES SERVES PEOPLE
thotm-til on the embryonic city park of plans rather than a record of from every view point. It realized a t j Civic Department BATTERY SPECIALTY I PURE MILKThe
'tthe passenger. station and ,,achievement neat little sum to be contributed t-> I Mrs. A. T. Morrison, chairman of -- I
closed the year with $13000 in it* I I The opening meeting was heed the the memorial community; house fund. ,; this department has some splendid :I Speaking of automobile; batteries. diary IndtY-' is one of the
treasury for carrying out its cherished first' Tuesday: in October, Business Fine Arts Section (plans in view. The department is o-- Have you met R. F. Styles, the new primary industries of the world. Milk
plan of highway beantiflcation. I( which had accumulated during the This section always interesting; as ,ganizin" and extracts to study mi- automobile battery specialist who jut IS one of the elements of human-
Standing Committees I''summer was attended to, and the various well as instructive,. promises even nutely local problems. -. , I I I recentlyopened: a shop next dpcr to food. The region that produces!!
The chariman of the Standing Comvntteei ,, committees and. departments better programs during the year. I Beautification committees have or- :; the Fire department on Darlington wholesome milk is one of the regions
were not less, active. Mrs. outlined their wok for the year M- I'I avenue ? If not, you owe it to your most essential to the health vitalityand
J. M. Duncan Legislative, kept herself II. M. Katz. chairman of the school 1 car and your pocket book to make bin. general welfare of the popula-
I informed on all current leg'sla- board; addressed the Club in the in- BOHANNON'S IDEAL J. W. WYNN- I, acquaintance, and while so doing tion.The

| tion, and under her leadership an active 1|iterest of the consolidation rf school GROCERY DOING BICYCLES AND I permit him to tell you about automobile Kissimmee community, 100 pe-
interest was maintained by the districts. four. five and six. This was batteries. The acquaintance will cent good in soil, water supply and
I Cluh. two bills in particular being I i| endorsed by the Club. SPLENDID BUSINESSLittle SPORTING GOODSThe do vou both good and result in a mu- climate and in its horticultural and
I sponsored: the b-11 to abolish the I i iI | A community house is something tual benefit. agricultural products, is, also at par
I rnnvict leave system, and one that all organizations h:1lon, de wonder that the Ideal Grocery automobile may almost' have I Styles is an experienced battery in respect to the dairy industry.The .
I ing provision for care of orphan mak-I I sired. The American Legion issnor the of so put the faithful; horse out of business man who, for the past twelve years I dairy industry of the Kissim-
many
patronage
I iren by the -state. >'oririf' such a project and Mr. A. enjoys but that it will ever do this to the has given his entire time to the "e- mee district is handled by men of
I Mrs. M. E. Turner continued her T. French an enthustiastic Legionnaire families in and about Kissimmee. old bike is unlikely. As a mat- pairing\ of all\ makes known to the I long experience and great care and
I -work for' building up the membership, I explained to the Club the Le The reason for this nice patronage is ter of fact, very it was shown at a recent automobile trade. By so doing he I precaution is taken to secure the best
I and Mrs. Paul Stanley gave exrel- gion's plan and asked it'" support due to the manner in which they are meeting of the cycle trades of America I has acquired a most thorough knowledge of high-grade cows of known milk
I lens publicity to all Ihe Club pro- ''both morally and materially. This served, and while quality always enters that the bicycle industry has of the "vital rpark" or energy quality. The m'lk sold and delivered:
heartily accorded him. the f sir the successful manipulation Garbett i I. in being
I jecta I I was int-> such matters prices progressed more rapidly during the necessary to by superior quality,
I Until' forced to resign on account ,|, The State Highway: Beautification at the Ideal also cause Bohsnnon to past few years. than any other indusI I of the mechanical device knownas rich and mellow with a golden
I .f til\ health, Mr.. Edgar Katz madea I srli'iid.r"record; as chairman of En- had in attendance a 'large: de'egaticn era each day. :': rapidly increasing; demand for the manipulation of an automobile cells in nutritive value; rich in
I: from Kissimmee. From the I the battery must function protein which is the moat essential
I tcrtrfirment. and Mrs. George Sigler While the Bohsnnon Ideal Grocerv I' "wheels" wes barely kent nr with. t
I ably succeeded her. I'convention many excellent ideas, has been in Kissimmee but a short I That there is a revival of bicycling properly in order to get the necessary I element in the physical development
I "'n. Bo'ce, as chairman >.f thr.which the Club hones to put into effect time Bohannon has established the in the Kis"immee district is apparert juice to operate the various of the human race.
I Program: Committee, was responri- I were obtained. fact of being able to sell a dl.rrlm-I when ore takes notlce.of the numberto parts of the machine and to get this. I Garbett is not an old-timer in the
I li'e,' for the unfailing excelleioe: uf ,the > t the November meeting! it was I inating trade; and that I be seen on the streets every day. "vital," the battery must be correct. community, but suffice to say that he
I Club programs and with "her committee decided to devote the first fifteen treatment will always: be extended I I The bike saves the boy and girl manya I Right here Styles enters the game in I has established a reputation with the
of hour to the the of and does his that well for he
I was working on a C'uV Year minutes each meeting no matter how small the purchs step and the numerous errands I capacity expert I good people bespeak
I Rook which they wee u.fi\rtrn.tely study of Parlimentarv Usaee.. This These essentials. coupled with a firm "sonny" can run for mother m-re "bit" with the expert touch and and his product.The .
I Prevented' from printing: in prq.cr class will be conducted by Mrs. A. G. belief that a "satisfied. customer I is I:than pays for the bike and the inexpensive knowledge that assures desired re-he Customer Had One
understandsthe sults. Ask Styles about batteries,
Parker who thoroughly
form I. have made
I I as ther.h.d hope Collect lIubfect. your best advertising. : upkeep. can tell you what you want to know. "Yea, sir," said the barber "my
aub'Sonr and The Club each contributes to for the Ideal Grocery store a very 1 Wynn carries i in stock the follow- poor brother Jim has been sent to
I The Woman's Club was very written proud I the Children's Home year in Jacksonville. pleasing patronage.The :ing nationally known makes that Not That Joanna an ...,.lurn. He got to broodin over
I ef fev having its own Club song,the tune Mr*. S. II. Bullock, U now raisin Ideal Grocery carries in stork have stood the tat of time: Dayton, Charged with Illicit distilling a the hard times, and it finally drove
Mrs. to
Bullock and
I sung fund for that purpose. a very compreheaalve showing of the Yale. National, Snell Rollfast, princeton long lean Tennessee mountain youth him cru)". He and I worked aide
ef Auld Lang Sync, at each' meeting. Last year the custom of having a best known brand of canned and and Blue. Ribbon These makesspecially stood before the rural bar of justice."What's by aide, and we both brooded a great
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The KI..I. WOM.
display to due to theatvrdy name?" aaked the deal No in this business
Trade Community Christmas. Tree was revived bottled goods and a very choice appeal users your money now
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[ You hear about -the Board -of
lastfor 1 know.' Price too low.' Unless ,
taUe4'wl fruit* eonatrnetlon. They j a
and this sentiment was of freh-"Tea you
And all the. things' they dot 'and strongly, 'in.favor year of .1\& e.It..ph,. in -season.., Bohamonfaaw .lbe'pskbllftYGflbt many-year., If.aet abused, and 'theupkeep'l "Je.o.hua, yore'Honor,".'answered the'. customer"ha _"a 'ehl POO.,1t ..doeautpay.
.But watch the Woman'*,Club *e* ; ? ., 'bo.- . ... to .ha. '' .' .1
followinlr"\co -s'have'mteresting ; on) t"n.1t" nominal. T > : ., s or' haircut. caught.
I ThMj.w' .et* wl 'dp'things' too.work The "' plans In'rmind.' 's Chairmanon the<;r ault'or..hl.. ,beslnaa..yeatnta. wypncth'tdcyde man. kw hWgreat -a.J' +"hpil'Joshua T \Joshua"wjntj'*. bl.lIonor' JiM'trying. to-e*t'a .cbap'.;: u.t.] :'t,
Then all ,. "
n* together "
deal In his'ehoo.sen "prownpted..L. < he- declined Va> auI
Mrs. George Card here i* prong nry' eonclulvel experience cause MmpaeU "-
I I To help our..fellow-man.' ;. arrangement with Mr. J. Z. Roberson and that people appreciate up-to-date field and this knowledge mean "Jes'' Joshua," replied the culprit. had. to bar the poor fellow ,locked
7 o make our town better place nor I ,
a much'' the when "Are the Joshua who made the ,11 Makes aad. Sometimes I feel a
Miss Franc Bay; Mr*. U. J. Burrow methods, courteous treatment: _and to bicycle owner repair yon op. mo
I And do the blat w* an.ws .- bas charge of the program" of alert: attention. Bohannon I* a live are .....-.de. He also carries ran to stand .still," said the judge., {' sorry I didn't let aim alaah' It would' rr-
and carol and other appropriate Christ wide-awake merchant and a cred't.: f a >very' eossmWU' line of porting I "No. yore Honor-I'm the >Johua #aTe'' been'.our 'revenge. Shamitoov
? k stand for all that's'good good aad flshlnc tackle. what made the moonshine" ; irT" -Sidney (Australia) Sw.-'
trot '1]mawmoslc; Mr*. Q. T, Sigler and her the community. .y ; I ;

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really, dealers in Kissimmee .r
And Oscfola county have done their The Dupont Cafe as operated is a

share in the development and prog- credit to Kiesimmee and the county;

ress of tills section of Florida; factis The appearance, as you enter- 'Is such'

they have kept the grass from that the customer feels like he was

.growing or overgrowing, the trail. about to partake'ot or enjoy a repast c a ;
Today, the great development workof that will lie) all that u part'cular

the honest, conscientious real estate epicure c-ould! expect. Beautiful, ,

man is readily seen in every direcUonsntsfled ,', dean linen adorn each table; thuiI I r

people in' every I giving an inviting atmosphere thatI 'f'fI
C walk of life who would likely be else- I very essential and necessary in the

t i nt where if Jt had not been for the enterprise ? I' operation of a well kept cafe or res-
and hustle of the realty dealer. taurant. 1 I
honest review of the gar
prog-
Any T The Dupont Cafe* Is owned nn3 oojeratej -
ress of the community, which places |I by one of the most energetic! .
credit where it belongs, will accredit
Indies in Kissinime?-Mrs. M. C. DuI \
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the realty man with having contributed We that L1 1W
:I I pont may safely say: "he...
largely to its success.
is a human dynamo with a !'up.'r.I _
S. It. Chapman known as "The I-
'abundance I of enery very uncomnio" :
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Old Reliable has a reputation in the With a business acumen for above

community that assures fair treatment the and possessing a '
average pr4YR'ryx.
and square dealing. lie is constantly lalitv I that pleases. pel'lcn'// + 4ro 'aJ ky, i .r

in touch with every realty :'!: Mrs. Dupont is a native; or at J ""
t market and has listed many desirable least ho< grown up in Kissimmec and ;
: r'lI StudioKISS1M.MKK 'properties; both acreage and cityproperty. Photo by Wilder' StudioTHHIHTS
Photo bt' "'th) 'I I I i has many personal friends and I
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In addition he has aC'j CHI HOI
I IIISaI111S\IR OK 1MIVM.II (J. MrKAV complete ;1 quaintances. -I-KNTWOHTAI.

information regarding furnished ; Her bill o' fare is such that you

FKATEKNAL ORDERS: I IIi. LIVELY DEALER office apartments is at the old time office prices. His may satisfy an appetite dl'flirl't'' [ Evened the Account octogenarian friends, on February
: II. I over post loomsand i ii the good things to eat that the<
many Senator Caraway was talking about jll 1921. More than
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Florida. All friends
i 4 5, Kissimmee, in
u'uni i u IM ii i rout, \I'm-'e. r'ul IN GROCERIES VEG- '/letters of inquiry given immediate j> season and" market offers. EVl'rat- the tariff war between Spain and I jages between 75 and 80 were invited]

meet, and Rudolph and Donald Walker TABLES AND MEATS attention. i j tention is given to service and de j' France. and forty were present. Toasts anti

were awarded the pine for the tail. "These Inalions are hurting music appropriate made a charming-
best kept tent in the camp. Emerson H. II. Lively came to Kissimmec MEET R. IS!. C.LAWRENCE. -- --'Gators- j each other HO ingeniously through I' program together with the setting of

Squires and Richard Handy 'won p-iz- about eighteen, months ago, coming GEN- AVe Have No their tariffs," he said, ':'that it reminds a beautiful banquet table surrounded

es in the meet. here from Plant City,. He is originnljly The Florida beach and blue sea me of little Willie." by courtly gentlemen and lovely

In Octoberthe troop was divided I I from the "Blue Grass" state, Ken- ERAL AUTO REPAIRS looked inviting to the tourist from I I Little Willie pointed at his sister's women made n memorable scene.

into three patrols as follows: Beaver tacky --- I he north, but before venturing out sweetheart, Mr. Jones. This affair which will be duplicated i in '
patrol, Clayton! Lit! !!, patrol leader, i When asked why he choose/ Kissim- I :Many automobile owners have become to swim hi- though to make sure. i '"Mr. .Jones kicked me :yesterday,' January received ,kindly mention in

Arthur Steed, assistant ; Flying EagU- nee as a permanent location he slid, customers of R. M. C. Lawrenceand I "You're certain there are .no all lm- he snarled 'but I got even wtih State Federation circles. The Moth..

I patrol, Rudolph Walker! patrol? leader, "I look a mighty close survey of this more will be added as fast as they ,tors here ?" he inquired:) of the !guide. him, you bet your life. I mixt up ers' Club has at all times since its
David Biunson assistant; Bob White part of Florida and when I weighed I]tarn of the reliable work he is doing "Nossuh replied that functionary, quinine with my sister's face pow- federation in 1915 received courteous

patrol, Richard' Randy, patrol leader, I lall things doing, and those )possible, I and the modest prices he is char inlt'- grinning broadly. "Ain no utorN der.' "Arkansas Utility News.MOTHERS' recognition from the State Federa

John Sanderson, assistant The troop 'I 1 fiiruieil that Kissimmee had a I i It is true that his shop is not b located hyah.: t tion. On State Committees Mrs

reached. its best efficiency in May of I mighty bright. future before it. II in the center of town, but it will Reassured, the tourist started] out : : CLt'Uu'lint Fripp served two years as chairman

1923, when :110 members were enrolled. I have not been disappointed and am pay :you, Mr. Car Owner, to find your As the water lapped about his chest Inn,,,il from I'aite nit ,,,-> 'of Junior Civics Mrs. J. F.. Lupferand
The Scout Master remove,! from Kisimmee doing Ii very nice business considering I way to his place of business. It's located he called back: assisted :Miss Smith with the last Mrs. Best o. Child Welfare committees

the vacation period came on, I the length of time I have been, on Broadway, at Main street. "What makes you so sure there Clinic held during her adminisBaby Mrs. Ingram on Good Roads

and the troop was practically disbanded here. I fully expect Kissimmee to I Lawrence is a most thorough work aren't any alligators ?" tration. Thifl..1 inil' supervised bY''and Public Highways, and Mrs. Alex.

for .the Rummer. I have a much faster growth in the man, capable and conscientious, and I "Dey's\ go too much sense," bellowed :Miss Mittinger included both white Akerman received her appointment

Recently the Troop was reorganized : next few years to come for the people when he looks your car over and tells the guide. "Ie) sharks done and colored' children. It has and continues chairman on Legislative Research as
I
i with J. R Gunn as Scout Master, ) here have awakened to the fact you the trouble, you can depend upon i skeere'i dens all away."-American to labor for larger school fa- through the Mothers' Club.

Uly Chapman, assistant scout master, 'I that they need more publicity, better what he says; he'll'e you a square i Legion Weekly. oilities and is exceedingly anxious i The Club's most successful work
streets and roads and are going .to deal and you'll be glad you entrustedthe that health be securedfor
and the following: Troop (Committee: ------ a public nurse probably the school lunch room-onC
} Allison T. French, chnirman; Carson got them as fast as they can. work to him. I Wanted IIU Services the county. Three years ago a of KI... immt'e'a asneis. This lunch

U I Farmer, W. J. Steed, and W. G.I I Lively is one of the optomistic type I II Lawrence intends improving hi. The great detective stood l before fund was started to purchase a victrola room began operation in September ,

I Hankins. Through the courtesy of I as the above statement clearly showsand | present equipment by the installing of ']I the rich merchant, waiting for his in- for the high school and I the 1919. Heorically the women labored

Saint John's Episcopal ChuiVh the with coming to Kissimmee, of an Ox-acetylene outfit. With this stiuction. nucleus still remains subject to en- to clean the old building which
young men Ike( him there i is sure to | modern method of brazing and welding I 1 serves
the I largement. the
Parish House has been put at I "It's this the plant and placed therein the
began
their be improvement; both in business and he can give a greater repair service.In !I way mer I In social features the Club quip-
disposal of the scouts for meet- otherwise handles chant. "I have been robbed of hundreds I has not ment kindly donated l b y the School
tags, and a strong troop is now being Lively a very | addition to repair work Lawrence of thousands of dollars. A ras- I been inactive. For years it gave re- Board. The first manager of the
re-organized. The members of complete line of groceries, vegetables: handles the Perfection Batteries andsupplies. I ,reption to teachers at beginning of lunch Mrs.
cal has about the room was Willa Steed.
and fruits. His gone country pre-
wife assists in waiting .
the three patrols, at their formation, his customers. ies. Also gas, oils and accessor 'tending to he a collector of ours. He school year. It has been the hostess I She was assisted bv Miss Nellie Bert
were: Beaver-Clayton Yates, Arthur on His garage is known as the has simply coined money. Why in a 'Club' for several delightful luncheons Mrs. Ingram and Mrs. Ledbetter, followed -

Steed, McClure Lupfer, Howard Elam, Had About Enough I, Broadway. Next time your car needs week he collected more than r.ll our i jlmth for.home and neighboring clubs. successively with Miss Best

s Edgar Ileeland, and Paul Johnson; On a farm in Northern California the attention of a mechanic or you travelers put together. He must be It has always assumed its share of Last year and this year Mrs. W. L.

i Flying Eagle, Rudolph Walker, Da- i is posted this sign: "Trespasser's will '] "once need supplies" give' the Broadway the found as quickly as possible. Spareno public entertainments and whenever Paulk and Miss Best have been and
vid Brunson, Donald Walker, Garland over. lou'll be satisfied. state or public officials have been I
be persekuted to the full extents of expense. entertained are managers of the successful plant.
Habiting, Foster Hankins, and Law- aIn'tnt'ver j' : it has shared the i- This its fifth
2 mean mongral dorgs which Safety Deposit "Right," said the detective. "Within responsibility year, shows increasing
rence McDonald; Bob White: Richard been soshibil with as well as pleasure with other interest and
cvarly strangers obh"Grandma. week he efficiency. The
: can you break a will be in prison. room and
Bandy, John Sanderson, Alfred Wilson 'organizations. its
& 1 dubbel barlet shotgun which nuts with teeth I equipment are sanitary
? as
Earl Babbitt, Daniel Minx, andJ. your "Prison! What do you mean !" Probably of the possible-
one
ain't loaded with no sofy pillers. Grandma prettiest social to make them. A well
: "Why, no, Bobby! prepared and
D. Since that time the cried the merchant. "I don't want him affairs '
Padgett. in {
[ Dam, if I ain't tired of this hel raisin' Bobby: "Then keep these for mewhile given recent years was the generous lunch including a glass of
troop has taken in the following! on my proputy.NTHEY I out to arrested; I want to engage him.- "Feast of Years Banquet given by 'milk is served for ten
go play.-Ex. Grit. 'nLa. The'
members: Robert Buckels, Arthur I i i the Mother's Club in honor of their 'i'Mothers', Club sponsors the arhnnt

Bullock:, Clyde Harris, Roy Huling, {' I lunch room, the -
Phay Lucas, Kenneth Pratt, Chester ', inception of which
was largely due
Roberta, J. R. Sinquefleld, George I inaugurated six to Miss Smith who

Lee Singeltary, Joe Tucker, and John j'affairs in the county.or eight school lunch
i Wines.
The county and city commissioner
Girl Scouts together with the School Boards
Twelve girls have the Tenderfoot give
passed generous assistance to the Kissimmec
test and have been
registered -
school lunch
room, paying the
in the national Girl yearly
Scouts. Others rental of the
building and
have passed the tests, and their monthly on milk fund. ten dollars
Ten
registration Is now in process of accomplishment. of milk gallons
are
It is expected that consumed daily, which of
course is one of the item
very shortly three full patrols will {, expense chief on the

I be registered and functioning,,_ Mrs. "vrs;\, giving the account.Mothers'On each Thanks
R. F. Angas has received her comm. I' /1r Club contribute.
mlsii&ri, from national headquarters some special treat and at various-
e \ m- ; limes through: the year makes dona
as Captain of the Kissimmee. troop, : tion
material
and otherwise.
and commissions
are shortly expected:
S for Miss Helen Bags as First L'eu-' ___ The lunch room has received considerable -

t tenant, and Miss Theta Phay as Sec- attention beyond our city
confines. From various
and Lieutenant. points with:

t Those who have already registered j jI I j have in the state and beyond the state
I jI come for
requests
are: Irene Spence, Julia Ledbetter, y land weekly menu
I manner of
( ; operation.
1 I'
Mary Hankins, Eva Cooper, Roselle The Culb has
I Cooper, Joy Makinson, Virginia Barber never been a large organization -

i Mary StefTee, Elizabeth Steffee, of the but in turning the leave
Edna Williams, Ina Phay, and Beu- journal on which are kept the
records of
t lab the .ten years we find
Phay. Virginia Harris and Lou- orded rec-
isa Muller have passed the Tender i many memorable affairs which
+ foot tests, and are expecting regiatra-r I are dear and sacred. As Cotta Harris

tion in the near future, while ten j I nays. "We never get all of life into
other girls are expected to soon be'/' 'the lives we live"-and in the life of

tligible. j the Mothers' Club there is much that
cannot be told. More than a hundred
G. A. R.
names have
Oliver O. Howard Post No. 1* been enrolled upon its
35, G. scroll!, and in the
A. R., is the Kissimmec organization r't hearts abide an undying -
spirit
: of
of northern vote:-ana. The officers comradeship.
The
are: Albert G. Fowler 1\ Club holds its meetings on
post commander first
I and third
'I ; Alfred Dow, Senior vice For the Fridays of each month.
commander; W. R. Brown, junior vice interest coming year it win focus its
I commander; Martin Cosner, chaplain; in behalf of Child Welfare,
under
the
I wi u If. Williams guidance of the
Officer of the Day: ___ followingcommittM ___. _
il 1! -. M-- ..'. "
C. Olsen ----- ...
Officer of the Guard; J. II. -- I ----mr" '
Eby, Adjutant and Quartermaster; A. G. W. Belt, W. H. DrelC'h,R. 3. Denning -
HOME
OF THE KISftlMMKR' VALI.F.Y . and A. E.
Dow and S. Latta, delegates to the GAZETTE Owen.
department The Club hu just received
encampment ARE LIKENED appreciative -
Ladies of the G. A. R. acknowledgement from the:
Sedgewick Circle UNTO THE DOCTOR Thanksgiving box sent Marcus
Number( 6, Ladiesof which contained Fagg.
the -- <1 fruit, G. A. R., has about thirty-five -- shoe. clothing an
members in Kissimmee. New officers The plumber in some respects is
are being elected this week. The likened unto the Doctor. When we Officer of the Club

.officers for the year just closing have are well we give little heed to the ItU

been!: Mrs. M. H. Porter, acting pres Doctor, but when we are sick we First President, Mra. W. B. Makinson;

ident; Mrs. Flora Flathers, senior want him and want him mighty . VI'e-prellldent, Mrs. J. Earle
Lupfer
vice president; Mrs. Mary E. Sou. quick. L. ; Second Vice-president, Mrs.
ders, junior vice president; Mrs. M'I And so it is with the plumber. II.I '"f"11; Secretary Treasurer

H. Porter, treasurer; Mr Amanda I When our 'pipes' are working all To Mrs. F. S. Ledbetter.

A. Wemple, secretary; Mrs. M. E. right, the plumber can go "chase h'm- Florida's Young Womanhood! 1915
'
Turner, chaplain; Mrs. 'Telia Cooper, self When faulty work causes a leak, President Mrs. Mark Munger:

conductor; Mrs. Mary Miller, Guard. possibly a flood in the house, we want Vice-president, Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer

KiwHimmee Concert Band the plumber to come on the 'jump' (BY SHOCK ABSORBER) Secretary Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter,
The Kissimmee Concert Band is and make his jumps long ones. Treasurer Mrs. L. H. Ingram.

composed of The Kissimmee community has 1916
eighteen pieces and a
plays two weekly concerts during the jumps who has taken a great many A head of golden curies, as if all the sunbeamsof President, Mrs. John I. Overltrl'e-t,

winter months at the bandstand on in the past few years and Vice-president, Mrl. Mark Munger,

Broadway. These concerts are given thofe jumps have made many a property Florida had gathered there, suggesting the Secretary, Mrs. W. J. Frlpp, Tresrurer -
on Thursday nights and Sunday aft- owner smile with satisfaction: or- Mrs. E. E. Naugle.

ernoons. U. J. Burrows is the direc due to the ready, quick service and ange laden orchards and the flashing 1917-1918
excellent work done bv the Kissim sands that President, Mrs J. E- Lupfer Vice.preflident -

tor.At one time several ladies mee Plumbing Shop of which G. L. border the sea Mrll. J- Roberson; ;Treasurer -
played Batchelder
in' the band, Including Mrs. S. II. Bul is the proprietor. r"eE" E. Naugle-Mrs. M. E.
lock, Mrs. Alma Bullock, Miss Blanche Batchelder is a plumber of many Merry eyes full of laughter Waring; Secretary, Mrs W. J. Fripp.
Lancaster years experience and knows his busi 191
9
Miss Bettie Mae -1920
and Miss Ruby Ellis. Several Graves of the, era ness are from his A best to Z.boosters Satisfied custom Dimpled cheeks colored like the wild rose president President, Mn. C. W. Best: Vice-
and advertisers Mrs.
local ,
players have gone elsewhere and C. A. Carson, Treas-
made excellent and he has many. Young, flexible like the urer, Mrs. J. W. Miller
progress with well Batchelder is live youth of May and Mrs. Secretary,
W.
a wideawake
known bands in different I H. Morrow
parts of the [,booster
t country. and believer In )his choosen freshly opened flowers
home town. His shop is located at ; a body moulded as if by the 1921-19"
J W. Prentis -was the first director, :No. 5 Broadway, and his Is careful President Mn. W. J. Vice-
and was followed in that capacity by phone 143. experience fingers of an inspired sculptor. president, Mrs. J. W. Miller; Treasurer -

G. M. Shearouse, J. D. Woodbeck Mrs. SW' Belt Secretary,
s and, U; J. Burrow. The band also danced Newspaper 107 hours Man: The gent who ,..- Mrs. A. W. Ba T-Mn. ;A. T. Snod-

niaiataint an excellent orchestra, and now has a pretty grass
good idea of -
'both the the leg work needed to
band
and orchestra)
often donate their service very chase descriptive articles and, adver- _. ,_, 1922-1923
to various *
Using for -
I.
a Booster Number of enfcrMrB'w'JFrfppj vlct
community a
gathering newspaper. president, ,. Alex Akenwin-Mrs., .
E.
,. Belt A. iw5; Treasurer, Mr., O. W.
s
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ley. Secretary, Mr.. Shaver," Most,, '


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FRIDAY DECEMBER 14., 1I 23" COOPEgATIVE> BOOSTER: NUMBER-SUPPLEMENT TO KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZEtTE'' .. SEVEN II

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"' . I Florida Produces Value THOMAS AUTO ,REPAIR Jr

FLORIDA OPPORTUNITIES Of Million Dollars For SHOP ALWAYS BUSY

,
.'. --- Every Day in the YearBy The reputation that, Thomas' auto

BT ROGER W. BABSON L/M., I II repair shop enjoys is one' that has not .FREE BUNGALOWa
RHODES, come at a gift, but to the contrary, ..
WANT, to My that there is I no'state In the .Union.th.t has such t State Marketing Commissioner' has come by years Qt experience and I

I opportunities, 'and;lUd at? bright future'as Flonda. With only" < a small, fractional'por. a close1' study of the finer and more a, TO BE ', -' ..

You hail the .unllhln.'t.h. ..ater'and'tit. phosphate and threebasic has tion, of her wealth developed, Florida : Intricate parts of th. work. "Just I ," ... -V - .- ':WM'TT-' .....!"-',1
fundamental of agriculture. New' Mexico and Arizona hare an assessed valuation' 'of |409,,- the very best high-grade work" isThomas' "
688,968. :
motto. Given ,
the sunshine, but not the moisture; California and certain other sections I I Florida banks J'have resources Thomas says ,that he knows that a Away.Absolutely free :

have the,sunshine aad moisture without the, phosphate amounting to 246.600000 and deposits satisfied customer is his best advertising '
You hare cot here tbose three''fundamentals, th. only state in th. amounting to,91)2,000,000. These and he has built his businessalong BY
deposits have Increased 205 per cent that line of endeavor.
Union'which baa i the three fundamentals of agriculture. '
in five ,
years. The farmers and citizens of both
Secondly you have ,the strategic' location, you are near the greatmarkets' More than 25 pet cent of all the Osceola and Kissimmee .. '
are
4111.\\) 24 boors, more or less,, to Washington N.w York, building' done (lti the' United States in Indeed lucky county to have.a master auto Bpyer & Tatum
Philadelphia, Cleveland, Detroit. Chicago the great market 1920.2was don ,Jrr Florida' and repair man in their community whose .
Florida has
There is a third factor, which is very important. The farmer in, building material enough knowledge of the auto is such that '*
to
build two cities as large as New &
the Central West !. arainat this proposition. As the peopl. b*.. they can safely leave their cars in For in II!
vp York or ,homes for 20,000,000. his care for repairs knowing that th. Information Call at the Office
come more prosperous./they ,eat lees wheat, rye,' corn and other Population' work will be done with dispatch and THE OLD.STATE BANK BUILDING. KISSIMMEE, FLORIpA.
cereals, which are the great batio'crop of the Central West, but the Florida is as large as New York scientific skill that spells satisfaction. ALSO

reverse is true of fruit. Aa people>> become more prosperous, they t Massachusetts andRhode Island. Thomas also has a department that Write or Call for FREE Literature telling about LOTS in.
These states have
a population of "dolls for the "
up"
conaume more fruit. your car "joyride. MAGNOLIA PARK ADDITION
15,000,000. With intensified farmingon They. wash and polish it and give" you The Newest, Most Beautiful Addition in the City of .
our 20,000,000 available and
acres a neat completed job. He also carries '
salt water fish and sea food, we could tires, gas, oil and batteries No Kissimmee, Florida:
feed 15,000,000 of people Florida is Job is I too small on the car, nor is LOTS PRICED LOW FOR QUICK SALE .
so big that,if it should: turn a somersault ;., any 'Job* ..,Wg"for Thomas Both MONTHLY PAYMENTS-NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
Burrows and Yates Take JP .t. .lacbon.U1e'.and 'St.:' Augustine get.the.samaT l.*.njof accurate service Beautiful Lots Close In High and Sightly Fine Trees. Lots S5xlS2V4
.
.
would',land. in ;'Texas. If".if and"'att.nUon. feet. Only '50. Term. 910 Cash, Balance 95 per Month
should turn north, Key West would Thomas is a home-raised Osceola
strike Kentucky. County boy and during the late war
Cucumbers Netting $807.60 Florida has room to build 500.000 enlisted and was sent to the officers Magnolia Park Addition CompanyM.
homes on the margin of our waters training camp. He is a mighty good
giving each 100 feet front, or 1,000
mechanic, citizen and all round booster -
From One Acre of LandCrop 000, giving each a 50-foot front, or who i* ready to do his "bit" toward V. BOYER CIIAS. F TATUM M. GASKINS.
6,000,000 people could live on the helping make Kissimmee a bigger and Kissimmee Florida Macon Ga., Macon Ga.,
Water fronts, and people like the better town. His shop is located at and Kissimmee. 36 Fourth National Bank
water for 7 per cent of the populationof No. 18 Emmett street, and his shop
the United States is inour 28 portstates is 47 his residence .
Planted 13 and 7. phone phone 71. '"
January Harvesting Begun April. and people are coming to

Total Cost of Production $424.94 and the Cypress Florida; 36 per cent of our population .
were born out of the state.
Board Troughs Which Cost $231.44; Are Good For Successful Crops

Twenty Years Yet. Florida has 6,242 miles of railroadand
is in the market center of the
-- world by water. Florida led all the
Eighty-four{ days from the date of states in 1921 production of winter STATE MOTOR HIGHWAY RUNS PAST OUR DOOR.
planting, Burrows and Yates, two WHY PEOPLE grown tomatoes; 18,030 acres produced -
Kissimmee men !began picking COME TO FLORIDAThe 6,175,000 crates valued at $19-
bers from one acre of well cucum-I I. 046,000 nearly one-third of the pro-
good trucking land which w. duction of the United States. '
printed word has done more t
I any irrigation whatever this spring. than all else to call people to Florida. Florida also ranks first in diversityof
The Ant twelve crates the Quantity Hidden in French Spanish and English food production. In variety of THE TRAVELER'S HOTELJ.
at the first picking brought archives are the official reports
gathered 'of crop., fish, birds, trees, flowers and
them nine dollars per crate in the early adventures going out under herbs. In value per acre of farm
New York market. the aegis of their respective governments products; in number of growing days; E. EDMONDSON, Prop.
Mr. Burrows is the efficient and each report describing in in production of phosphate; naval
busy secretary of the Kissimmeo glowing language the charms of the stores; fuller's earth; in fishing Industry -
Chamber of Commerce and Mr. Yates new world beyond the sea, creating. ; in surface water in production KISSIMMEE: : FLORIDA.
share-cropped with him on the ven- a lasting impression of its beauty, its to acre; in length of coast line; ,
evident richness its undeniable
and
ture, dividing a handmelrotlt from in area of standing timber; in winter
their few months Mr. desirableness from every viewpoint.The grown truck crops; in annual rainfall -

hunt Burrows for who the proper is making industry a careful to put day call same publicity system persisted of what under we of the to- sisal;\ and in coconuts sponges., bananas, camphor:, Corner Pleasant Street and Dakin Avenue. OPPOSITE A. C. RAILWAY.. j

Kissimmee on the map as the saying various flags, and the tide of Immigration Florida has an annual crop and
is, determined to try for himself using In consequence/ while fluctuating livestock value of. $150,000,000, and
intelligence and common sense, ebbing-and ', never en- an annual production of manufactured -
the possibilities of truck gardening tirely ceased. forest, mineral, fish and set feed
in the section. He secured young I I From the date of the Spanish ces- products with a value of 9216.000,000,
ion until 'after the between the Located Northern End of Lake
Vatei a man whose head is as levelas war making a total production of (3ft5- on Tohopekaliga.BRUNSWICK. .
hi. own, and together they wend states, development except in the 000,000, or $1,000,000 daily and the
at the business. 1 I northern third of the state, was neg- state has no bonded indebtedness.Our .
I Hi story of procedure and results llgble, but since that period the total value of production has increased -
makes an interesting chapter in the growth of population, activity and 209 per cent in 10 years.
narrative of Kissimmee's hunt for the wealth has increased steadily, during There are 250 different varieties of
right industry. the past year attaining to.proportions crops, nuts, fruits and vegetables that
!Selecting'; a niefw of land that lay previously unknown.And grow well in Florida There are 80 .
well' and .uld not be subject to the question is asked Why do crops shipped by carload in the United
damage by water from any other I, they come? Why do they stay States 62 of them grow well in
than iin excessively long rainy sea- The lure of printed description Florida, and our farm property has
ion, 'they( plowed and harrowed itwell brings them. The verbal descriptions increased In value 131 per cent in a
after having applied seven tons of those who have come appeal to decade, and less than 2 per cent of
of horse stable manure well rotted listeners--and after they arrive Florida our farm value is covered by mort.gage. .
herself does the rest. .
and evenly distributed. About ten .
days before planting time s ton anda Many coming for health have regained Florida has invigorating atmosphere .
half of the properly balanced fertilizer I I it; many coming,for sport and cooled, warmed and cleansedby
: for growing melons ,was also recreation and find it; others come ozone pines, breezes from silvery .
applied, this being in the row. upon for the comfort afforded by an equitable lakes and tropic seas, beauty of landscape -
which later the seed was planted.As I climate and rejoice in the serenity natural attractiveness, charm PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS''i
it was Intended to reap the benefits , thus secured; others come because and health giving conditions and ,
of an early crop'!f poss'.ble! precaution I expensive luxurious hotel, and they strength-building qualities which oft "
was ,taken to have ready therypresg ,',I find what they seek. These are the en give new lease on life and Increase , '\ Ii :thll' ,' .
board covering troughs in tourists who come and go, season aft years of those in poor health It isnature's C"I; jI't
the vines were up. These troughs I I Monied business men see a good Florida is in the most ideal latitude
cost, ready to use on the rows, investment in large tracts of unde- and longitude on earth, the warmestin
S231.44. and while that sum wag deducted veloped lands which they buy Im- winter and coolest !in summer. We
from the gross return from prove and sell, repeating the operation are in the! same latitude with the land
the cron, the troughs !being of indestructible until ready to retire from busi that the Lord said would flow with
cypress will be good for ness. Others buy city property and milk and honey and in which our r rThe
use ten or twenty years from now. pursue the same course as other men Saviour and the Christian religionwere
Planting was done Jan. 13. The do elsewhere the world over and born.
coat of smaller business men of various pursuits -
cultivation was practically Real Playground
for this in follow in their wake establish Florida
negligible at season even is the playground of the
Florida grass and weeds are not very ing themselves wherever they see a western continent, the Garden of
vigorous in their growth. On the 7th I good opening-all responsive to the Eden of the United States, where
day of April, just eighty-four days lure of a naturally opulent section. babbling brooks, rippling lakes silvery .
from the Burrows and an appeal which has moved mankind
planting seed rivers and crystal seas blend in
Yates began picking, the first harvested I ever since the commercial instinct or eternal melody with gorgeous magnolias -
being twelve crates of fine, I I the. necessity for work was manifested. flaming poinsettias moss draped -
well formed cucumbers which sold for oaks, stately pines, graceful palms
nine dollars a crate. I I Many of these are of the speculator and myriad song birds, and where,
class who nevertheless have
perfect
From that date on picking progressed amid incompambile beautyand matchless -
confidence in the merit of their propositions
an the weather grew the I I climate. nature seems to smile York
cukes, and larger shipments were I observation and experience, and say "Abide with us forever."
were made each time. After the first I(I practical demonstration and the con- Florida !is the lab rer'. opportunity,
all
shipment the best price obtained was I I census of opinion confirming the farmer's chance 12 months in the
7(1.50( per crate and ranged down as statements and claims: as to profitable year, the dairyman's flowing bowl, '
the season advanced to 200. this i: investment. beeman's land of honey, the poultry-
lowest price being obtained for a I i i The agricultural possibilities of the man's egg basket, the stockman's
shipment of "culls". which reached an state hold most of the population to perpetual pasture, the banker's strong
especially propitious market. I(I the soil. "For many years big orange box the manufacturer's and the lum- $150
"If we had had tile drained and groves were the only visible evidencesof berman's abundance, the sportsman's
irrigated land," said Mr. Yates in I l fertility and the best known be- rendezvous, the yachtman's paradise, ,
telling of his venture and producinghis cause most widely heralded sources of the homemaker's goal the tourist's
records, "we would have netted a I, wealth. Later trucking developed, refuge, the pessimist's Waterloo, the We will gladly arrange terms of
thounnnd dollars easily from that and still later a more varied agricultural citizen's haven, the best place to live I I .
production was brought about to suit convenience.
acre. this side of heaven, and we can go payment your
I by successful experimentation, until there from Florida.
I In time people secured lands for the
OUR CHIEF OF POLICEC. I purpose of making a living therefromand IDEAL BAKERY MAKES

II. DRIGGERS' selves building, thus fix thereon In ir a homes"local habitationand for them- FIRST QUALITY BREADNext A Gift That Is Always New
"
I a name, finding the pivot around
To be a guardian of public safetym which revolves each individual wheelof time .you want a clean wholesome ,I''
the capacity of Chief of Police I life-lust as it has been for all honestly made loaf of bread or
l,laces a man pn his "mettle." The the aeons of time. any other kind of baking goods, go record renews pleasurein
-nfcty of public property as well as j 1 I I With the home-makinw instinct has to the Ideal Bakery for it. This is a Every new your

the individually owned, in a manner i I developed aeal actual love for Flor- tip to the newcomer and those older Brunswick Phonograph
u-.ts with the police department ida-her soil, sky, sunshine, winds residents who have not yet given this your
linlh, night and day. To say the least and! waves, forest and streams, birds commendable bakery a trial. Those *
1\\ police officer has to keep his eye '' und flowers. The successful exploitation who are. patrons of the bakery will There is one Christmas gift that will be morevalued every yeara -
",>,wled" in every direction. Upon has evolved into fixed local pride verify the statement that the prop- Brunswick phonograph. For every Brunswick record you .
I1'-' vigilance rests the protection of : manifesting itself in contentment. rietor not only knows his business enjoyment and makes it.like a new gift.
I Hi.., people. I!I energetic application, optimism; and thoroughly and well but that he also bring home renews your
I'. II. Drivers, the very efficient and confidence; having root deep uses only the best flour and other ingredients Think! All the year modern artists of the New Hall of Fameto
Chief of Police of Kissimmee, has down in the human appreciation of a and gives two good loaves play and sing for you. All\ the wonderful orchestras to play
nerved the people for very near two resting place -on the road of life- for fifteen cents at the bakery, only.Everybody dance music for you. Athe\ vaudeville artists, to sing and
years and during his time in office that "dearest spot on earth" to restless knows the food valueof world famous bands right
has ably filled the portion. His duties tired humanity-home. good .bread but often we are dissatisfied entertain you. All the you can enjoy
are many, but without murmurof And when we look abroad over the because an inexperiencedbaker in your home. Not oncenortwice,but as often as you want.
discontent Drinkers fills each requirement great state, calling to mind the beautiful has turned out the loaf The A Brunswick offers them all to you. There is always something -
in a quiet, business-like ,. comfortable homes amid rich Ideal Bakery make cook efforton Brunswick records. And you can have a Brans
pastry pies .and and the new on
in cities towns
semi-tropical settings,
way.Di has lived in Osceola coun and villages, rural sections and even kiddies swear by them. Treat yourself wick console or cabinet style at reasonable price and at terms

ity. the past fourteen years, hav isloated spots, we cannot but conclude to this bakery's' rolls, buns and you want. Come and see, hear, compare., v .
come here from Georgia. He I.a is that most people who have come to coffee cake with your morning cup of .
good, live booster and a most efficient Florida,have found what they sought, Mocha and Java. You start the day ,
police officer. Has many warm and that they stay became, of that. right if you do.: Get the habit., You ESTUDIO: .. .,
friends and treats?:everybody alike will like It.. < .-, ,
when the time comes to make an arrest Extra, copies ,of this Co-operative' C. W. Goetha is tb.proprletor; and I A- I '
or-warn tb /breaker.of (b..law,I Booster 'Number may be had at,lOc.Qacette is.a'good live business man and believe '-- ,,- .

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f land vines, etc., anything. that
_II Iii .Commercial Btfna11aowing.. in Florida 'will cowpea decay! and make more vegetable ,-- .- -- ,--. -- -: '9 -
; matter or humus in the soil because .
is real food sand save r ..
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By W E. Bolles, Oldsmar, Florida 126 pounds having 200 to 250 bananas : j teach -hand. Often they will have more shady winter and cool in summer nitrification and "' sr'It ..,. .. "" ,. ', fII .
The growing of bananas in a commercial on it. The plant !grow only 6 to 8 'lor less than nine hands, but as they warmer in promotes the ik> . tI r- .
I the and helplxet'p .
i II the and therefore resist the usually sold the pound, both in soil ,.. f L.. '
success In Florida. It feet i high, are y I condition .. fII ... ...
mellow
easiest fruit to grow I know of, the winds better than the tallest varies at wholesale and retail, the bunches ground-in a favorable r #{ tI1 .. .... . ,... ,... ,
and fruitage. "
-fcMutiful plants, can yield heavy, ties It is i one of the hardiest of thebig.fru'ters j Hof other than nine hands are O. K. for healthy growth ',' .V ", '"- ... .:
ttalk'or trunk bears only one ..
e money-making reps In the tegonJ and endures cool weather. The better you feed and care for your. One r .tt I .. ,,
year After planting and giveresults The fruit Is about ,the same size'j bananas; ,. the more likelyyou are 10. bunch, and after th ,
up to $400 t? $1,000 per acre'when \'as the Imported banana. I grow large!, commercial-size: bunches, ,I i harvested, let the :
properly handled as described in thesepages. The Hart J is another excellent'- ''anj the more bunches you will( harvest -. I, couple of weeks to
The plants are practtesll/ r'ety to plant in the United States.It !. per acr. :> be absorbed by 1.
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free from Insects And diseases.Many bears )argo bunches when properly In setting banana plants, if you will i| that stalk off about :
kinds of soils are. suited to handled, i it taller and. more .tropical dig! the holes large the plants will bananas. The best are truck soils, looking than the Cavendish, has a grow. better and bear fruit considr- tlk into small pi< ,
dark sandy loams- muck, low ham ahrll-p.nk color oh the trunk and leaf' 'baly sooner. The holes should l lie dug ,I I around the plant as .
mock, flatwoods drained swamps and stems, and is very ornamental. It i h two feet nix inches every way_width, ., throw, up suckers,
drained prairie lands, high hammocks, health and stands cool weather. The length and ilepth. Keep the top 'soil ''become full-olzed T
etc. They must nave enough drainage fruits have an exceedingly fine flavor. separate from the nub soil when will bear one / I
to prot.-ct then from being Doth the Cavendish and the Hurt havea throwing: it out. Mix half manure turn. Sj the ,
drowned by heavy rains or overflown. flavor superior to the common imported and half top soil in the hott:: in of the on putting up i' r
One man told me his plant came banana whlrh is called the ,.hole, filling it that way up Jo within nitt. y. So there i is : !
through after being flooded for about Yellow Jamaica, or :Msrtinque or ,ton, inches of the top. Set I the bulb''them.. The vm' :
a week, but wt do not recommend Honduras btinnna. The Mail is often or plant upright, nil in with the hot- | when planted', near
KUCh treatment. TheJ will stand called the Ladyflnger. turn coil pack it down! a little with It i.- best not to '
I more moisture than most fruit tre,'* The Orinoco; Koinetimes. calle-l, the the flat side of the shovel, then pouron It h I,." suckers to ,' 1 : 11< I
and do their bet when th, y Inve hcir.vcbanana, i U an 011 I favorite, grow slowly one rr two pails full of water tot the main talk. ,
plenty of it. Good locations fur plantations tall und majestic Stands! cool weather i i" the ground: is dry and, no ain stalk \\ hid! i IK about I _.
ere on the south sides of has the largest, fruits of any ba- in light. Treat them right and tIi y'II 1 1--I i the !next in IIiz
lakes ponds, swamps find rrerkH. set nana grown in Florida, with flavor trciit you right. glow, the next Mi, I
ting the plants. far enough hark so equal to the imported if run hot to- The ilistimce I i apart always .tirl I.4. just ii little "" ,' :
they will not have to aland in soaking I fluid it. and I the hunches, ae:: good. argument/ the wet, soggy land. Unproductive land size. It IH grown quite\ romnunly i'l' the lnint way "to plant other not to haw two .
along a ditch bunk and land too low nearly all parts' of Florida. fruit I'' "('M. Kxperienre; favors Jiiit '*'itv: on one "i-iul. .
for other Props. can often lie URt.1i (togrow The MurlinU| ( $001tIinios! Ih. I as II1Plt'lant" a. possible1 pe aerofur ones be rominc' i I
good clops of bananas. the YpHow Jamaica the I Honduius, intensive 'banana, farming. They\ ,plant !gels going! .'i
The bent varieties are Cavendish, the South American and the (;"-0... ;Michel run be set Hart, Orinoco and :Martinique, which ), is. the vaiiel'y'of! hnnana grownin in the rows, with the rows '8 or I 10 iier| yea from one it i ..
bear large bunches<< of superior fruit.! such enormous uuiintitw in f the I ret apart, tn give! room' I to get down loir I the extra suckeri'ut : ;
They are suit-'d to the semi-tropical WeM i Indies! und in 1 Central and 1 Sirit'i I let ween I the rows wth I I plow', hut l row.feitilizi'i the bunch ') .
limate, are the hardiest of the goo I- America for export I into the tJ Illt' tl! and (to take i lit the fruit. nvttuie 1 r in .",. and .. /! '
fruiting l varieties, und will i endure States.. It is the kind ordinal ijy: hec'i Hy planting i-l.i ely your lund yit'Msmole ,iii' It i i" n'.ily, II :
( cool weather. Bananas havetood in fruit shops and gr.s.ely -(01.( ;.... II fruit! per, a CM?; the ban IIIJK will: "i.f llv angles- of the -
the I test of thirty years in Florida i.\ thicker -k'lirej than the 'I'"-. va .-liailc the ground, kill or retard.I ;J'ie' out nearly round. ,
Louisiana and Texas. The experimental rieti'c.t. gin-h anil wt-cil-, 1 by ihcir .hade, will 1 a lack place and it I :
stage! was passed long ago. for shipping I to distant point-. It i* help Keep i I) the) Mill: .'"oland imii>t. It A'"t loi /t .II)'. Ifs'//lt l I t
Banana growing is today u practical. grown in Florida suci'osfiillanil' t'lkfnn nuie fertilizer tn. feed I Jrtl) I thi>- pioiess, I Imnif it [ a'
profitable business prcpoKJtion and beyond 1 doubt it stands today ujthe, plants lose together than when Lit cloxeil \\ ..Ih a lamp I "1
.they are being planted commerc'ally wo'' hI'.. leading ('ol11mt'rlcal'V"IIt'I. > iipail.' and, it i iM lens woik.The furijish nmre heat ,to <<111
bv money-making men and women. The plants grow lull and I the bum ,n- << be.t fertilizer ,iiifluili-'maiiiiri"-< t'e.s of ipi-ning.i -' .'
The acreage is increasing. every ytir. are large when IlI"opcrlyrowlI/ tiible, daily, poultry, /goal and ways -t.ntl't ur best ,
wi II tilled( fruiis.Many I
: uninloriiieil' ) I i :

_ .l.li xrung' uupr4.s-ion i iof
ft bananas milv I

n< e'11111 of i ..i.1 I \\ C
." told. me he (hilt. ,
1i1i in ten weary i(1 nod ?! "
t IIt' good ,if not 1..1'. I
ord. of truck Iii )

gri>"4-i.-. Hur.ana- .
ronimeri-iiilU. in Flu ;: (
p- \"-i--: In I'l-ln' uaiy, 1 !I: !
a host 'and a shoit ,
part. nf I loiiila' , the I
I Srh intfiloun i to uround ??

",ibo\e itniMia' /eio."leavrwvrl In diffl. ;

Unpin\, hut the stalks !
were nnhuit. The :
airlfl'ii line and dandy
weekan1' (lie stalks .
aus lal in the "'" / ::
I'rigation' i i.. not '(
__ tu'. grow! bananas, t- ]
lect a somewhat moNt

1CIn. with drcinaire. I _

very good advantage
soy; giow-i-r because I
to (rot water to his ,.
i usual J dry spells; and
nn-dirtions < f frost
J ''bureau it i is a good

--1 flood your field. The<< l I
w warmer I than the air = : :
x a frost, and thus the

1 per or warm the ..air,
prevent damage. '
Shallow cultivation i.t'1-t'1OTTALITY .
er the banana plants ,
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started growing. .
toots are clone to the I I -
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t- cultivation is '
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e J i grass weeds take
'flood ,
ividw1 l away from the .
One acre takes 400 l
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according\ the ,!
er the ground habeen
S cost of plants. ' / 1 ) (

[ plant one ix-re will /
$200 to .100: according .
& -" selected some plant- ; '
than others. :Many .. I
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r + 1 + .r I trict.which Bananas; i.s best adapted: I I '

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nay crop, mlltu 111\r : I
-w I| -ry month in the year. 1 ,
iL! j faster in the spring j i !
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there is nn month l
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unproductive. Th<> :

luxuriance the Florida most, and which lends' no- an 'j I ' |'I i|


tit f equal. The banana in j'I| : l
a F a, 71 the cocoanut tree and '
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a tl t. ns ornamental emblems > (; ( I :
trrpical character of
I The banana fruit I I : I
I by
I nature in a 1 I
worm, blight or In'ect I,
the fruit '
1I I I I I nourishingcontaining within. The I 1 | '

+ 'protein of the apple
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much I l
carbohydrates
I 1 4- !
:* 1'et'SV"l"ll "A\A\: : as much fat as the
_1 : byVtlder's Sluillu I rends even the potato \

't-. -- -. __ _ _____ cent in food value.
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the
r Every family in Florida hnvbi most
can The Red\ Jamaica is sometime
nanas in the'r seen sheep. Put on all can the fruit. I I
yards and grow their on the you get ,
fruit stsnds. It ill
ti a very or- more the better for __ _
own. A plant will bear in 14 to ISmo'lhi nitmental variety, having Hunks and sults. money-making re I ___ I !
fro n the time of setting. The midribs of a rich w'neco'or' Castor pomace, one ton to the i \
I I. cities and towns in Florida consume Punches The acre per year i it fine to make them I,
a e mt large the
fruits
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ii are Aril
I much more than we have been able good sir, and have a delightful fla- acre grow. phosphate, one ton pr THE PEOPLE'S I I
to per year helps them
produce bear
so fpr. After we supply vor. They* generally' sell|| Bj to big
nvfntK bunches
earlier. !
this home Hardwood
demand ashes
w will i"h'p in ,
o per fruit at let il. A few of ths .' orcton I
other tate c where there is an enormous UKgrown in Moiida. < per acre per year, helps to I Clod; roasts, steaks
harden
lI'I1r'.t the trunks and the skins rare at
wvit'ng f- r use b?r JU'"- of some markets !I
1. about 43,000000 bunches if b'II'ma.are The Giant!i Abt's.lean! l brhnnu (11'1: t1'e )>- c" Krsetet; it said to be the largos ip better. It is the yacht ; ,'
1 imparte I into the Uniieil State, potash in the i I race w'thout a .
variety "f banana. It does H-he wnich: '
!, every year. It.t heirvor ne'-oinpli'-he* this. You I yet the People's
I d fruit. Imf rows to can use -7-fi I ,
an atoni-h- mixed commercial would n"t '
Florida-grown veift apply for ( I ; I '
bananas sell bv fie sire ,, !
ing and
hfir 'hih when well care-l "- l>!e fertilizer if you prefer that his quality meats I | i
Lunch at wholesale at I the fur, a"l is kind are ,
: name price- a magnificent tropical are ton known :
o1"nTnent pr ac'tper year. It to the majority ,I I
: as the i irnrorted article. MX t I e R'h'CE'ntc whi"h will attract fllvora!>'t' pays well to spend about $100 per ai're KiKsiirimee.. If you I I
a onnd. U-upl'v t'le notice i anywhfe in mpe't annu.illy for feiti'izers I
let til i ii. i ie on wit i when you are stranger and want "", '
i in Florida i Is 10 to 12 cent a pound.the thf ""-t ord Jw 't palm trees. It iv iu i < g-owing a crop that will run up to truth tt the above stat" i,'I .
J3n s we'ch; up. t lo 50 or 100 pounds rapid "nd healthy grower m hardy $1.000 pr acre or better under favorable some old timer about it I I \
? or more. Fiftv pounds. pt six cents a "s nn" fruiting v'tri..ty of b-inana. It } condition*. If your land is muck ret the "quality ';1 I
I 1 + pound means $3 per bunch. !llv set i is well worth having spi>cimn"of or low hammock or good: flatwoods, a rmfisfied customer 1 II I I I . {
Ih's
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ting 400 plants to the acre, which IH stnte'ornamental banana in you d: n't need so much ammon'a or I Coy Reaves, the 4
customary, that means 400 bunchesjpr your eolt'tien.ror : nitrogen, so you\ could cut dow, the I I home-grown product I "
more per acre when properly han- commercial purposes, and also castor pomace and the mixed fertil i n" Introduction to the i\1"
;dleoVand at S3 per bunch it make a foe the home harden we recommend izers: by about one-half.! It is a good the benefit of those who y
total of 114200 per acre when they get the following fruiting varieties: Cavenrjsh. plan to divide the ODe ton mentioned Coy and his market we \\\J
M e + 'Roinr (good' in the second anj third !: 'Hurt Martinque, Orinoco and- into three applications, using one- his courteous service, : \
.years... Rod Jamaica. / third of a ton in March, another third prices' have made for i
'TheCavendish.banana plant is a When well and 1 in May or June and the last third 'worth-while. ) >tJ, '

rwonderful .bearer.It is -somet'mes'caHe4 cared for, bananas grown grow large properly bunchfn ,'I(,'lifter the rainy season closes In Sep- )U \ ; ai'
I 114 the Canary Islands the Dwarf which arecalled standard full tember"or October. from'.mereavillage to : "
f; and the'Chin_. but the or day.: He has I ; ..
+; crrre'tnani bunches, 'when they have nine "hands" tut'on all the mulch ; always
|m I dry you can :.tJlBl.
1I.CanndJ l
Upbears large or ? boee4eriometlw., on one stem., get-desd ifraa*. dead \weeds, old I.. ,.part toward ;
,: nighingup.to: :: and generally thirteen \ I r better (
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