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 21, 1923
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01147
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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BAND NEXT SUNDAYWill Rural Rout. Patrons May Get Mall [F "Who's Up Dere ?" "l Joint' Installation Ceremonie Of SPUING

At Postoffice Make On.And Fall City Delivery CarriersWill Blue Lodge, Chapter. And Star CROP PLANS:

For first TimeIn ,' I II lUlU 1IIIIIIIItn: 1lUIIIIIIUlm IUUIIJInU 11m"lhtllft'I 1111I11 Will Take Place: On Thursday _

Appear There will be no mail delivery by Saint John's Day will be observed Will Ship Strawberries On
Uniforms Famous the rural carriers
New ; route on Christmasday next Thursday night, December 27,
Cornettist Will Play this year. Heretofore the rural by a joint public installation of officers Mondays, Wednesdays
carriers have made their regular of Orange Blossom Lodge No. Fridays For Next Weeks '
trip on Christmas, but under a new
Next Sunday afternoon at four 80. F. and A. M., Kissimmee Chapter
ruling by the Postofflce Departmentthis No. 10, R. A. M., and Kissimmee A
the Kisslmroee* Concert Band large number
o'clock turned
! growers
practice will not be in force this
''V will put on an especially interesting: year. This action is pursuant to a Chapter Hall.No. 62, O. E. S., at Fraternity out last night/ to a meeting called by

concert program. It will be largely campaign the department is carrying J. E. Lupfer. president. of Osceola
while several District Deputy Leonard S. Thorn Growers to discuss
a Christmas program on to enable as postal empl' / strawberry details
many ton
of Orlando will act the Instal
other feature will contribute to it. ee-i as possible to have Christmas ling officer this and aprlncrop./ .. The berry
on occasion. Two
shipping season is
dinner at home.'Postmaster getting start
James P. Locke famous cornet Miss Rhea .Pherigo announces Past Master's jewels and one Past ed in this section: and one of the. purposes .
I duetist, who II wintering in Kiasim- that patrons of the rutfal High at this Priest's jewel will be presented of the meeting was to de.!
4 mee with M ra. Locke will play during routes may get their mail by calling The time. termine the best methods of. handling
Masons have
accepted an Invitation the

the concert. Mr. Locke play. at the postofflce between 10 and 11 of shipments until such time as the
Rev. Albert
S. rector
two cornell at the same time and Christmas morning. The general delivery of Saint New quantity production enables each
this feature of the concert alone will and parcel post windows will attend John's Episcopal church, to grower to load freezer, or freezers
l be an attraction! seldom ,. heard in also be open for that hour. services at Saint John's the himself. At the present time no man
/ if before., Mr. Locke following Sunday night when the has large enough
Florida, ever The city carriers' in Kissimmee will rector will acreage and yield
: hail been in Kisslmmeo for a couple make one complete delivery Christmas sermon. preach a special Masonic to fill an eighty quart freezer .alone.

. of weeks and those who have heard morning, including I parcel post. (Continued on Page 10) few It. was decided that for the next
his wonderful performance are most weeks refrigerators will be packed
enthusiastic over it. and shipped on Mondays, Wednes
The band' will blossom out for the ANOTHER BANK IS METHODIST PASTOR days, and Fridays. Growers should
, 'first time in its new uniforms Sun bring their berries to the express
day. The uniforms are! of the rolled \ platform on these days any time after -
collar type, bluet with black braid. ORGANIZED HERE GOES TO WAUCHULA ten o'clock in the morning when
with K. H. on the lapeta. Tho caps Mr. Newsome, who has charge of the

are a blue, trimmed with gold braid. -- packing and icing of the refrigera

The uniforms were received by Katz L. H. Gcdge the President ) Kcv. J. F. Phillips, From tons comes on duty. To save thegrowers'
and will be time it
Brothers on Tuesday jL was decided that the
worn for the first time at Sunday's 'I With Directorate Composed Jacksonville, Succeeds Dr. marketing will be left for the present -

concert. I Of Five Local !Men ,Yo C. Norton Here has in the hands of Mr. Gunn who
The band is still ronaidorabl behind had considerable experience in

financially. They lack morn ; Dr. W. O. Norton marketing 'berries to either consignor .
who for the
than $200 to pay for their uniforms.At which have been current sell on the platform.
Sunday'conCert a number of the for some time of another bank to btorganfzcj inst year hns been the minister at The spring croos
contemplated by
i toe Tir-t Methodist! church in Kisi
of Kiiuiimmee will : in Kissimmee, were verified the
young ladies assist erowers at the meeting will bemotly
inirn i Wednesday
this week when six officers and
the band in trying to make potatoes, cucumbers
up and to
P. Norton, for Wauchula where
this deficit. The ladies will directors, and twelve other men who he became matoes. Several
young acres of boarded
the audience and collect have subscribed for stock, gave no- pastor of the First Methodist cukes will be planted ,
pans among next week
contribution nnd subscription. The lice of intention to apply for letters church, by action. !_the Florida Annual while the onen field nnVim nrlll K.
I band boys rime been patent incorporating "The Bank of conference held at Uradentown planted every ten days
very generous beginning l
from the sixth to the tenth of this
Kissimmee." All of the directors and
d their time in donating their services January 10. f
i to practically: all gathering for 'tockholders of the newly organized month. The conference assigned to County Agent' Gunn emphasized (
KisRimmee, Dr. Norton's
the community good and it is expected financial institution are Kissimmee ', Rev. J. F. Phillips until successor the necessity of disinfecting: seeds '\
that the people of Kissimmee now before planting. III.
men.The instructions are
pastor of the Wesley Memorial Methodist <,
, will show their appreciation by lib-1 I officers elected at the re(ent church ,riven elsewhere in this issue of The .
at Jacksonville. Rev.
crnl contributions at rrganiration meeting were: L. H. Gazette.
. Sundnyitert. con-: '
. The program follows: I'I I Codec; nresidcnt: M. I. Stout. firstueprcsident and Mrs. Phillips were welcomed to He also urged all the growers toenter i*!. .:
I 1\ Kissimmee last night, having left r.
March "The Boy Scouts of America" ; IJ C. Miller second some sort of exhibits in the '
; ._ _- ____ __ __ _Souta I \icopresident; !Stratton L. Story Jacksonville by automobile yesterday ciunty fair which will be held in January q
rand; Sacred Selection, "Loveand cashier The directors chosen are, in The new minister comes 23 to 26 at the Tourist Club

I/oyalty"_ ___ ___ -_-i3arnardValse"The addition to the nbovr officers, R. S. _-I---e.. be very well recommended and is Raid to House in Saint Cloud. He urged the
a man whom the church will
Floyd. and Lyle V. Story. =: == en f
Druids .Davson
Prayer" growers not to wait for him to ask
Cornet I>ut- -Carnival of Venice !Mr.' (;lodge, the president, is well joy.Dr.. them to enter exhibits but to let him
Norton has been the Methodist *
played l hy James P. Locke known. in Kissimmre a* a banker OSCEOLA SHARES IN FIRE DEPARTMENT minister in Kissimmee for know what they would have. He
INTERMISSION I ) svinpbeen cashier of the Dank ofOR..pol. just a brought out the fact that one never
year having succeeded Dr. R. F. Hod-
Mareh Parade County for six years during knows whether
of the Wooden his stuff is as goodas
Soldiers . _ _- __ __ ___JeasH I which time (the deposits of that hank SI0,000,000 DEALS ELECTS nett his in December in of last year. DurIng the other fellow's until he tries.
OFFICERS Kissimmee he has
O"ertllr.Lu"t piel" ___Krlln-Bella ui ro brought up from less than $90- made paste-rate Mr. Lupfer appointed a program O
Saxophone: Quartette-"The Sunshine 000 to almost 700000. He has beena -- friends a and large has number of personal committee to make preparation 'for ,.'
: of Your Smile."J'layed by Messrs. j consistent booster for and believerin Two Lumber ment in his seen great improve the next meeting some time in the
church. While
Reported II. P. Suhl Is Dr. Norton
Kisnimmee Chosen Chief -
MeJm, Crum Gardner and Pren and was one of the early part of January. This committee
tice. staunch supporters of the. strawberry This Week Of Four and was pastor forty-one members of
At Monday Right's Annual have been received into the First consisting J. R. Gunn A. T.
. . _ campaign. It was he who came tothe
MarchUill Board" _ Klor French and A. E. Thomas is to set Fr'
Star Spangled lianner .. _ __ ,. Key rescue when the growers found it Six Million Dollars Fire Fighters' Meeting: faith Methodist, and church twelve by on certificate profession from of the date and arrange for the speak J' ..
build several thousand
nereMuiry to --- ers.
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dollars' worth of strawberry refrigerators Ton million dollars worth of Flor- The Kissimmee fire department held elsewhere. During this year the ." > ''t.. '.
COUNTY FAIR WILL and, through his bank, loaned ida timber changed hands under the its annual meeting last Monday night church has raised for all purposes '{
them the money with which tho terms of two contract which were nt the fire house and elected H. P. 1014000. There has been a good HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS %vDEFEATSJETSON
shipping of strawberries became a closed in Jacksonville this week according Suhl chief of the fire department for good attendance at the church during ,
BE AT ST. : reality. lie has a host of friends inKiseimmee to J. M. Schloenback editorof the ensuing year. Julius Smith was the year and all departments are 'Jr... !
CLOUD and has a reputation as a the Southern Lumber Merchant. chosen as assistant chief with Sam well up. The Epworth League has U 'It
safe and conservative banker, as wellas One large tract located fifty miles Prather captain, and Roy C. Graves progressed and the Sunday school has .
(All But One Of. Board Say. being thoroughly conversant with below Orlando in Osceola county was lieutenant. an average .of approximately. two-

Kissimmec Place the, need. of the county. purchased from Baker Fentriss' and James C. Buckels is tho new president '. hundred and fifty. Kissimmee
. Proper Rev. Phillips will his first Sextette Looked
M, I. Stout, first vicepresident of Company of Chicago( by J. M. Griffin C. A. ..Williams preach
But St. Cloud Is ChosenThe the new institution; has been a resi- of,the J..M. Griffin Lumber Company Hunter Dillard secretary vice-president., and Julius sermon in Kissimmee next Sunday Like Championship Crowd .
morning at the regular church r-
,' of Laurel Miss.: The consideration serv
(Continued Ten
on Page; ) Smith treasurer. J. M. Crafton wall ices In Season's
at 11 o'clock.CHAMBER First Game '
four million dollars.
county fair this, ] year will beheld was named policeman and Carl Reidel
at Saint Cloud January 23: to Another large tract located in mechanic. ... ..,
26, at the new Toyrfat Club House H GH SCHOOL STAYS Okeerhobee and Osceola counties was The BOOSTS If the girls of Osceola High School a
which the committee from that city: purchased from Baker Fentriss and resignation of T. J. Shuman will come out for practice and go
offered the county commissioners Company by W. C. Sherman of St. was accepted. Mr. Shuman resignedon after it, there is every indication thata

when they were under the impression ON ACCREDITED LIST Andrews Bay Lumber Company, account of ill health. The other FOR state championship pennant may
that no place could be secured in KIs- Milhrille, Florida The considerationwas members of the department are R. I. COUNTY FAIR float at the end of the year in Kis
aimmee this year in which to hold it. six million dollars. Smith simmee. That was the opinion expressed -
The matter wall finally settled at. a Retains Distinction It Has Both deals were handled by C. M. Suhand Louis by Stetson University'coach- '.
special meeting of the board Wed. Munson, representing' Baker, Fent- Schmidt. Enthusiastically Vote .To es and others who saw the girls from '
nesday morning. Commissioner Baas. Held Since Florida High rillS and Company. After the meeting the firemen se- Get Behind Exhibit At St. I Kissimmee defeat the Stetson girls''

and Phillips voting to place it in Schools Were Admitted Immediately after closing these lected the candy which. wil be sent I basketball team last Saturday night .;..
Saint Cloud, Commissioner Hanselllor deals both Messra. Griffin and Sherman on Christmas momina- to the wives Cloud Next Month"We ''at DeLand a feat which has been ac- ..:..,
: Kissimm, Commissioner Partin left the city without making any of the members. Each will receiva..a complished by a high school team but
being absent, and Chairman E. L. D. Professor D. B. Shaver principal of announcement regarding their plans two pound box. They also sent a box believe the fair should have once before in a decade. The victory _
Overstreet not needing to vote as Osceola High School at Kissimmee but it is understood that both operators of candy to Nick Smith, former member been held at Kissimmee this'year.. of the local girls was one to be proud I
there was np tie. this week received a letter from Dr. will immediately erect saw millson of the department, who is now We made the best fight for it that we of, for Stetson has lost very few
A committee from the Kissimmee Joseph Roemer, secretary of theRo.thr their newly acquired timber hold- living in Georgia. The departmenthas could. We lost. The fair' will be held games in that branch of girls' ath-
Chamber of Commerce appeared before 'n Association of Colleges and in e-s and log the timber.-Jacksonville answered 48 calls since the first at Saint Cloud next month. It is letics to either college or other teams. \ _
the board to present their rea Senndav Schools, which indicates the Journal. of January. just as much our fair as it would have And this was the first game the Kis
sons why the location should not be hlfli standard of the' local high been if it were held here. It is justas simmee girls had played this year,
changed at this late date and C. A. school. This letter was the formal CITY CLEANING OUT DISTRICT BOY SCOUT much our duty tV/ support it. The while the University sextette had ,.

Bailey, of Saint Cloud, upheld the announcement that Osceola High DRAINAGE fair is a county affair, and we oughtto played several. _ _
contentions of his city. Representing School retains its place upon the accredited HELDTwo get behind it and boost it, and do The score at the end of the first __ _
the claims of Kissimmee. argumentswere lbt of the Association. everything we can to make it a suc half was 9 to 1 in Kissimmee's favor
made to the commissioners by When Florida high schools were Numerotm Odd Jobti. Of Municipality<< Kiafiiinmee Men Are Elected On cess." which fact was largely due to
A. S. Nelson. W. J. Steed. II. C. StanConllnurd first admitted to the. southern association Which Add To Appearance of City EuC'UUt'eBoard Of The Central The above extract from a speech the excellent work of the Kissimmea
( on Pace Ten) which I is equivalent! to beingon Being Done By City Manager Florida Council Of The Scouts delivered yesterday at the Chamber guards, Vivian Floyd and Edna _ _

I the accredited list of all colleges of Commerce by II. C. Stanford, who Kritz, in .holding the Stetson for-
FIRST of the country Osceola High School's City Manager B. B. Dought The annual meeting of the Central was one of the hardest fighters to wards to a one point score in the
STRAWBERRIES standing was such that. it was in asa started a crew of negroes with ehov- Florida Council, Boy Scouts of AmerIca have the fair held in Kissimmee as first stanza. The final score was 18 _
"charter member. That standard les Wednesday morning cleaning: out was held last Tuesday night in advertised, represented the attitudeof to 13. _
it has retained, and has been on the one of the ditches which has become Orlando pt the Chamber of Com the chamber members, as evidenced (Continued on Page Ten)
SHIPPED SATURDAY list continuously since that time. The clogged with vegetation and debris. merce. This district comprises the by the unanimous and enthusiastic

letter from Dr. Roemer shows that, The. start was made on the Dakin avenue I counties of Brevard, Lake Orange, support of a motion to go on recordas
..t.. _...L- after checking up the standards, fac- or "high school" ditch. The city Osreola. Seminole, and Volusia. endorsing the fair next month at CHRISTMAS TREE ;
Luscious Red Beauties Have ulty, and equipment of the local high crew was at the name time put to : The following officers were e'ected Saint Cloud and to do everything I
Been school for last year, its progress is work' grading' the streets bordered to serve till Januiry, 1925: President, possible to make it a big success.
Produced Locally In sufficient to still be retained. by the ditch. It is the intention of i D. A. Cheney Orlando; vice-presi Milton Pledger, Ellis F. Davis, and ON MONDAY NIGHT _

Small Quantity A MonthJust 0' additional interest is the report the city manager to try out the shovel dents J. J. Parri-h, Tltusville: C. M. others spoke along the same lines,
'for last year of the student who crew on this ditch to determinehow Wakelin, TavareaF.; E. Godfrey, Mr. Pledger particularly emphasizingthe _
much of the ditch opening is Orlando; A. T. French, Kissimmee value of co-operation in bulidng:
one month after the fewJltr.wberry graduated i from O. 11. S. in the class ;
growers who had "the of 192! ?, who attended college. This practical without heavy machinery.The Col. Gee. W. Knight. Sanford; S. A. up a county and the splendid opportunity Will Be On Vacant Lot At _
''first ripe berries" of the season report shows that of the nine who lamp posts on Broadway underwent Wood, Del lnd: John A. Rogers, Dav- which Ki&simmee now has to Broadway And Sproule
roudly displayed their initial pro- went to college or university from a painting last week, which tona. A. R. Douglas was re-elected give some real co-operation. Another _
< Action for the 1923-1924 season, the that class there was only one failure, irrebtlv adds to the apoearance of i I treasurer. motion was passed also unanimously, At Eight o'Clock
1 V eighty quart refrigerator of Os- and that in only one course. This the "White Way." All the fire hydrants I The executive board for next year that the Saint Cloud Chamber of __
i ceola county berries was shipped to gives the graduates of Osceola High In the city limits have been 'will be made up of these officers andJ. I Commerce be notified of this action, The. Community Christmas Tree
New York. That freezer qf the seas for that year a percentage\ of failure coated with a brilliant red, and numerous E. Mattocks, Eustis; W. G. Ihul'k-j j! i in order. that they might know they which {ii heino fwiniiAm/1- Vitr' the- ICI*-
?n' .first from this section sold in of only 2.2 oercent. which is very holes in the streets have been in.. VM fmmM'! If. P-.. Rt.,v..n", ['shall have the co-operation of the simmee Women's Club, and, contrib
New York for $1.10 a quart netting much less than the percentage of repaired. ford: J. N. Thompson, -ol--d;'; ; and I. Kissimmee body in making the fair uted toward by various organizations
the growers about 84c. failure of students in college from the The city this week laid out a con- Col. R. M. Shearer Orlando. The I the best possible. and individuals, will be the center of
The Kissimmee growers whose accredited high schools of the entire crete walk from the sidewalk to the Aboard met in special session after the S. L. Lupfer reported somewhat community carol singing and Yuletide
duct went Into the first freezer pro- state. Chapter House, and added two lunch- council adjourned, and\ re-elected J. discouraging news about the enlargement celebrations next Monday nightat
in the order of their number are of' Kissimmee eon tables on. th. municipal pier. C. Morris scout executive: for the of the platform at the express sight o'clock. '
'" Uta: Messrs. Buttorff. hear people were proud to' Work on the retaining wall at the coming ,...r. I depot telling the members present It has been decided not to hold ta.
Stintbaugh recenU.t.bat. one of the graduates water front It a enthusiastic that it would be several months be- celebration and tree the
Lapfer and Stood Rogers Kate and was heron yesterday, the was very meetingand OB street as
Prather' Johnston, MM,* ,Armstrong who of is thUyear's high the school class uni, the contract having been awarded to in addition to the regular council fore the platform alterations could be it was last year, but to have the affair
ADof these men have beenaallmrJ nowi Gainesville.attending 'Las ttate mad C. Buckets), and the first car load of members many of the scoutmasters completed. I on the vacant lot at Spronls av..
locally for sometime but this versityat' avery material arrived Wednesday.Mn. over the district were present The Copy of the bill Introduced into the 1 noe and Broadway, diagonally across: "
enviable record. Kiaitmmee
wu ,the first psopU scoutmasters net and organizedScoutmasters' a Senate December IS by Senator Don- the street from the Episcopal church.
attompt to Invads the who were at Ibe unirvnlty' on can U. Fletcher, for the Tb. for the
Council with tko toI.lowml' providing singing evening will b*
northern markoU .-.H-pw.: L" "'. -
Home learned .
** Coming' Day7 that' Lewis AagturUCart returned to officers L. T. Hewitt building of a poetoffic in KIssdmaiMwas carol staring* m'which .. .to
-ther pres every.
freezer went out .... :
on C n ; arsjedUtorlafl. .f th KI..mua.'t week from
'dyof this week : ident. Orlando Harry DOJTOW. ''ric>>- zeaL The chamber went as record expected to Join while the Kisslm-
aD4 one on Wednesday, class, of qrn1aac1DAde Massachusetts, by her president. Fleetwood as endorsing the actions of the m..'Concoct Band will reader salsa
&)isrs Is aecomnfdnJecl Sanfordj Pooplso *
th ia t.oda7. bopo of sending two ofold grade of 100 InrnathemaUcs) and'100 sister,' Mrs.. Wm.' They 'secretary, Winter Park; 0. B.Udgbt Senator and of Congressman W. J. ti_.. Tliers 'will be.candy and fnrftgifta s"
W.cb.sdas weN $ in English at the. university", ba the are tartar at the horn of Mrs.
'GD,'th ) assistant secretory and Sears, who introduced a similar I mill for the klddJss,and av cop.tlti.sof
.......p'atform.. at. ,71'3.. COdS. .PI.'' tIID.examinations. "'h""v, completed,at. that. : I Mr Cart'*..Sam son Stoz'Lk. and .:.daughter.- -". -", -V'Mr.. and'1, tNSesr !.: Orlando. Thiobjective the boos. In'.the, early days.of the the rood time the yooafmtonr'ha* ,
I' \C',(Contn..4 ea ,Paga': Five). session. ''I a year ar U anticipated.> "'i l'l"". jf.,-* .

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE .. ... . . . . . . .. .,.rI"rI".J'J"J".YJ'. . '

i VIa .. -- Clirishuas morning
( The Board of County Cpmin).son; .

I erllin and for (JM eda county 1"lorl- L

da December, met in regular 3; 1923 session.there being at 10 a.present m.-, ......,......,...;,.....................................w.............. ........................................" -

1 E.: I.. 1 1). Over trcct. chllirml1U'1 H. .

I O 1'artin, A. ))0'. Hans, ., ips, I ? ) Dec. 21,1923 t
Je.lir.fion and Garrett, attorneys for Friday, '

the board, and sl J. I* Over treet ''<'lk-

(J. M. Hanficll( being absent.) -p
called to order by rr'
The board was
(Its chairman, and the minutes of the ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT

November meeting rend and i>pi'ov- '1P ..

ed.A committee! consisting. cf Mrs M I I TO BUY THAT II-i.=- -
I p. Fouler, Rev. Win. Lanelis,

Judge: L. M. 1'aikcr, came bisfoia the
board and stated that th..yVcu! I CHRISTMASBRUNSWICK II '

like the board to consider haviner the ; \

county fair at St. "loud. Rev. Land 11

'1I reported that there are ample] 1))

space hll) the new inminunil\ "ald'I' |I
for tho exhibit and ,if the cnuniv come -

misKioiier'' would allow the t-xmhit 1" I

e l>e put on at St.. Cloud. no rent would .
be ( Imrered far; the use of the building I (f 14Z --.
ilHI q.
4 The board after having lieu i | :
the report of the' committee nirree I I r ,,

with them to con ld'l' their re Judge \I.. M I'mkei of St. < Cloud' n I y
ported that t the city of :St; n I ,!II ho I II J j 1 I

adopted, a plan of allowing ti I

I I tial reduction), on ledcnpti, I' nof :.iM | $100QQpyment II

( taxes outstanding ajram-i: I li, ts in :S, ,

I Cloud and asked the bo.rd'; t. ]p''

a resolution] n'kinjr t'io', comptroller, }] In I' t tr
;\ to : .lit your
author ix" a rod u4'non on teilemptn'iiof ' :

late nil I county taxi,. 'lie li lal.l: I If ,

I iiri'-C'd with .ltl
(heir attorney prepay a "Uit.iblc\ ] rt-- .

olutitn to be 1''''-' lilt I I" U i : r ei"' ,'

i olidMis'. .
; \1| \ /ro\: ,, i tand' l Mi -. 1I 1 1i 1-

I I tAlaiite; I "J"i M .'tin,,, iiI I'I I \1. II i ,
I ;? pmteil t tin, l lwere h" i I 'h', it' 1 Education Plus Entertainment

P"II'J".n// a l hi< 1 non" 11.l u- ,

ola High }'. hooll ,,'h t ,n \' urtn'I'
to improve, that it would[, l tal" a I ,I il
A of Good Music is Universal
ut tin'nplnnR. Knowledge a
; amount' of $liiio;( ( in ear > <
The cummitti-e thru: .ikt I t Inboard

to allow 1 the: Mxutv $VH>. $'-n!I Mark of Culture

of which to be paid this year and, I

$jr>0 in 10.2:! a. I
The committee asuired.( the boa,. l ll A I nnlll-:>\\ ick will bring the knowledge of good music
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l that lot the and society keep it intended up in I pioper to beautifythe man Partin and. rained, the} tk-ilt } , ai, 1 in< 'I'lu., and ttrftltiirt. / I' and into'OUI', < home, for it ;ir"i"id"tV" ;*reat mnsi' of the
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t nero The hoard, after. ''lI'aring111(' r.'. ,till< Cl'd to ill I .iw a \'. aii.uit'Mui" 1 i tin,' I min, ', ,_. .' itatd| M |I. ::u1 ages by the great artists of today concert and operatic
quest of the commit, MIiseci| them amount on the. load fund 1 11,61.' I I.I.n, ,|,'. ,1 I I Ip] I IL'. "" I
I that| they came too lute as the fund (""o"1"I A. I F. H.,' sn, port' ."' I. It IO Iii., f..I''"'' Plmoot.\ 11.1I I, .': 'I .stagt-.s-tho-o of the New Hall of Fame.So .
I I. I K I 1' i' .holilniL.. atl 1 I' '
in 01 I tint'
: donation.. would Ix. ;Mr.J. K: Smith and, .Ih" I I-I li mminrof < ,
out of which such ( I I. I : ,r., "i in. t -. ("(int/ n j.ill. ,1,1:' '
loud need! of ., ., ,,, ,. ,, I II 'II I ) in giving entertainment alwrr.v., 1e "' and always
made was (-"liautd.W. vt ( in --.I''I I I.i I iu 1',11\: "" I Ii II Inc \\ I 1",1.l i I- : : :
B. /IHiris repoiti'il. ,) that TheValley and made a motion that the hoard, I I 1.1:1"I: in. i 1.1 i it,i ,i-, s . beautiful I.runswick; educates in the highest music
,1 ". I HI. 11. .l I In-n, J I'I ,st I'I l 1, 1- I I I1 a
Gazette had I led the n allow eat h of them $ per" monthmaintenance. ,
pin .,. .,
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\1 11 I J'I.-Iu l '1l' loin f" '
cense hut with the anderstan'uig' e. \1..tol1; \la' -ccondi{ 1 iIi I ..,..,.111.I I-.,,Alice I the Kno\\ledtii') that speaks for cultured refinement.I .

1hev would Ix1 paid for 'it as it was )' R. \'. Phillips and "rained -i .1 I, ul i '"utn4'ntlt, M "line iln I
punted hy both papers 'lust year nnHeach ;.Me1.Johnton and Garrett; pieenled '. I.Ii'i, Itlin, i ,,Iris' q"1 ?, I.,.,,, I I : gift could be more acceptable than one of the
si i 1 u I 'hunk.|, 'II rI "ii..111.i I
lere-ived ,pay. that he felt the a litter i legerdlngt! :/ Ilrii" -i i I,1 i i l "ti., I I'"ii 1 ""' H'llItiflll; ncu model] Rrunswicks are now showing: ,
hoard should l allow, u. Upon: motion, on. funds of S. R. Ai H. I list Nn: :1 I '1. in I. i ,Ii l t', I",llII,, 1 I , hi"-1''in II
M'' of A. F. Bass seconded hyI./ O. 1'111'-' and resolution whuh v as adopted I.y I .' i" "m .ii .I,'i" l lI .,'" IIn in console) and cabinet styles.'e] invite you to see them
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I tin and carried, the bill was approved, the hoard. I hear and Brunswicks moderately priced
I 1111 4I.'. "It. I'd I" J. I I.1 I I II I" to ! compare.( ; are
and ordeied I paid. :I The following lulls. were \aiiiined, . ,,,,1' ..' I",11, e ; I
( Charles Ntid came befoie the approxc'd' and ordered peiilr : : I IJ '",. ... I"' "" I' ,,,,II' . I'' and 11'4t ill pleased, to arrange terms to suit your con-
beard in the interest of load from, h.s II I I, iIII.I., /I, ,1wli, \ ,,,11"I I 1 J. I '
I.. n'rnl 1I..r l"\\ v'e111UPCt.WILDER'S.
property to the Dix e I1ijhwa.Iat.- J 1 :. II.. $ :
I I. 1 I' n\i .ist 1' .1 I shoo'I i , < '. "'
t ing that he needed! it cry ha I I. The II ii I'.I" 11111. ,,.(,,alit--IIII/It, { i 'p1A 1 I '1 1,1.1. I I I ?,,,11' II III I" I', "
chairman informed Mr. Keiel; that the ,I' I 11.1 1 :'' "' V ,
i i F. i,14.I : Iiitil1NItilII ' I II flu-i I ,.I'I-
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matter had been referred to Commissioner I I It \ I lniil.s:; | 'niin.-I' | ,.Hi 1 I'I II "" 'SM| 'I I 1 STUDIO
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I : .I I I 1. ">i. i -I"i I ,1.,1! i U I 11"1 n" iIinn.ti i ii -
M. //lanll '!! and that he lud "
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4g reported that the. board could not afford !1 \ . 1 1I
\ I 1'1.I du.t' i liar. "I I'I < I : .
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to open said rod 1. that hew 'mid] 1' I 1. I'"'II111 i ,111111"l' Jul-, "" I ...
"111,1' t"" \ Ills I llI I u..d'
II not stand for the expense of ope' 'inn" i 1. It Flint II or i I" iiI I .I IJ I- I:, I ti11. t +aaual -
I I It IaillII.; Mini ,i sni, l 1"" j ji I .
it. Mr. llanu'll]] nct bem? present I .. ,. I i, ,1/ ,1 I I.1/I I ''Iii"I I II -
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>t.i ti i in i i i.
with the boar') the mlltll'r"II ,,,,,. I ." ..,1\ I I I .,1-\ I ,
p pissd. I li mil I i "i 11"" i I' ill r I' I ',1 -
I .- Mr. Neid t'len asked the hour! 11",11., r i ""linn, ,1,1 si, i i.,u I 'p I I I"I I I ,.1 i I 11.1:1:' i
: .4 la'HI'' < I 1'.01.. | ', 11. nun 1'1 .' .. to have repairs mode on the presentr q..o! I inl\lt I mu ihl, .'I li mi "',,1011'11' 4''10,101 lie 'lil-i national foieia -tnijr: seinest its ea-twarcl: progress across These experiment in weather
'-d t3: her I pi--l The-('''; nn: M. n I: 11 Ken \ "" ", ..I"t Jn miMiK .1.. K: Johnston, r( unty c-'igineei! '' \ s e-tuhli-he in' I Mane in !11*:,:'. a- Kurope; might have been predicted .o forecasting were jto successful that
: Fogs I', , "" fif 'i the hoard of I 'I i
: Ielaua' I. With estimate cost
| ',. ult of I of the 1'1'1' that the disaster, to the could induced establish
Aitan M rt* olio( Malnnt.I mtiliit' IHIHIM . t'l! 't an episode' ships congress' was to a
I 1 rK M Mionnon. nodal I I"' miMlH of T..hopk. load estimate of W(!)' k I mean uai. In N'oMinlur, IH.'it' a have been averted. This idea led to I national lIl'r'ke. one of the principal

,,*, I us was lee1ed. Motion v-seconded I M ItrookHhll I*. iniillit I'I Iii" e-ompleied, on puw-KenutisvilU'/ i serer( ,trim, did much damage to the' the foundation of the French meteo- duties of which was forecasting the
by-A. F. Bass and carried. U II J..1III FtO". malnt .. ? *>,(HISiimiifl road estimate of work completed by the
ft rological service. this the
French and! warships in : In weather. This
Miintsiiora! lnt __ I country service was originally
'r The following' .bills were Drep"nlP'I inn I D. R. Kilpatrick and estimate woikco .
Krnnlc 1>:,,"11M. mnlnt ,.v-_.? .,'. H.nH Black Sea. The French astronomer, establishment. of a similar servicewas attached .to the Signal Corps of the
'111' the''hoard fcr .approval: E. 1roen. 1-. Toilet Peterson, malnt''' u'''4,':....v: l 'M.O".fA 'r>pk-t0d] on Bull and TYRon'crl'ek Ixj Veirier, director of the< Obweiva- frequently recommended by Army but since the year 1890 It hal
"II1"ce on sifns( on count\ lln CItrmiioiirt. main . ,. K.eii bridges by L. S-Johns, '
*"+ t tory"of Paris made a study of this svntinc\ authorities and finally in been a branch of the United States
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lines R. Hill HIIRH, inalnt i&fc.. ., 11.11( of
$300] I). Kilpatrick, graelmf( iWto.h..' *j vCost] I, bill of sheriff and justice "
and to the conclusion 1869 an experimental service was Depaitment
Mm li stprm came AgrlcultureVISIT
WlllhllnR."m..lnt / .
ti'IIIJMr. .
i estimate of eii"in- peace''Iist.No.' 1
,load as per county It "l-leico' inundry''fnr p"" : \;, were approve.) ane}
... n $14' .72:"" 'McIntire and Miller! McOirte h.h 3.("' ordered paid ad follows: L. R. Farmer _m - --.- --.------- ------ -- ---.- -- -- ---- -- .
"1 ? lumber for bridles onlolop'w/ -Kton i I Mm t.. M I I' ,'nun. "a'* of I III" $()222. and Miss I.ucile John cn.
a n svil'e road $'!132.35.: Upon mitt' on 'I Mi e in l ii" I'I 1,1'Ira J. I', $21.-4.:! ;
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I of A. F. Bass, seconded by H./ O.) Pa' Tin "s. lit I'" duitti'i _"' .r. The board having complete] 1 its I
Ml t'l\ und carried, etch of trie hills' \\,'n' It < n"Ml. KIIllll..R| !Iiii work upon motion made and dul I

I Jinn :veJ ard ordered paid. '' FloI iii I" K,.,..I! Str>r.,.. feed 4SI1, seconded, adjourned.
'u.rnia i I Ihudwai.r (t'u 1 I' 'H,
a ( J. R. Gunn county agent, made t.- lii|>r.'i. itnil I'r ether.. oat.u""II.. s u', iiR E. L. I n. Overstieet' (Chairman I BROADWAY PHARMACY
pert on property of Dr J. R. McCar \t II Miiklopon\ niiinilnx, /Ml 1 1lyatl -, Attest : .J. I. O"l''rt..t.' ( leik.
directed r sod, l.luhl riant 1
the board. Gun'ln'POteoit jm
tv as by Mr. -- - --- -- I -
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iitiuni> K. nt 1 "oValli
l that their was: ub rt 1(11n'lssin ( . DISEASE .V\l) INSKC1: < ONTROI.AUK : .
lI | \ Iil6.-itl l.linkn mil, ,.ills 4'' MlO
trees in the grove; same foot A MnHM CHIP of 'prtiipi"IH 41 'mii IIETFIUUNIFAl'TUIS: ;
rat, but not very bad, and he ronHid It I'.nniU ,.immiKHl.iMM' lull i iI f.
." ed tho trove in very good shap.. Ml H J i 1. >Smith mnlnt\ 'S ini
l.lnlin F''m"d''l.' iniilnt I "lit --- --
After tneboard had heard !tae l'ep01I'and \\" I Itnrhrt' xprnq.q 0 ,I. 2! mili If
} d.tcun.sed: the mat t" upjn motion I J 'Mil-hnttcr. fxpinmiiniimi, !' r.tll you ate (counting on maximum
115 1 of A. F. Bans, seconded by R. V. 1 fiemllx nit't'alky resujts (from your Htrawhertj patch Christmas SelectionWe
rl Phillips, the matter was referred t '1 : 'I"i "I'i .. pi lot lug 'Hi! -'M'a. 6t;' -,u. it }behooves you to take steps to prevent .
11110 \tic MlikK! janitor t ',11 tilt
the* of disease mind
E. L. D. OMTJtruel, chail mUll of the ,.!'a"I.\ ,.K 4So ravages insects
board!!, and II. O. III: tin. vuh ;owe" !I"i Bond and llrlrinr Your hopes and plans mar be
to lo'k the present runty homo over" I.1 I I. f >vi.mlri-i\ el. ItloiMf frra t 1lieI all in vain, unless you do more' than
i \\' \Hfiton" ,rand fnitI'm 12r."n provide. H good Moil!, select only] the
and determine whet it worth and 1
was I IIIIIHII eonxlel, lin.eiilXNiilltr .5 tiC
best Have
put it on the market. HII\H. oiunlil, \ ..ok r.II Oil plants, set at the proper time the Goods
Octleib Muntr came before I tKe 11 S mild\ \ (" .riiriliHII 71. .. and in the nroper manner
I'' .. M l-ltnel\ limitf...<-dr 41 'I..; the best eultuation and! ,' !
hoard and said h understood
44 to purchase land on they Shingle,intended ),- Ir.: I' 'l-l-ron tau. n.. (inult.leift.I.I'M r..1 1"17'I4'q; In -pile of all] these IIndl'i"1( You Want Them

('-eek for euunthome.. I hilt he own- .I- > llr\ in mill. r..1| :,ti 1'.;' und they, too, ate n..ceK"llryth'l'e
el 40 ncres well located an-1 I would \M' ,) .. I""M I rinil. 't ,11.. Itv i4 no ate other. tlvnvs you must do, n'ord'i I
\ I K: x'tliiiiHon" Stil,",,Iii. 7 2 tilt ;
mete of the '
like to cell it tc the '. Thei specialists F'lo "
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c- ; I 1.i" 'il v..i| ,1. \\1111"
i oard not being; in position to pu' ia6n I Hun,,! .Is Mnli/ ", I.- n..dnu'nlati"n.:;, I'mte-'tion a !'mnst i idise'ae Make Selections Now

t si;'ase at: y thing at lh.:> tine, t Ink niiu it,. Inllii, ."..ltdIIII.. ], i ,In ..I"". i :a I ,! 4I :. and insert enemies must I IK, I 1
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I'I' 111. I 1 .ii, lI i-I,,10 :11':! ". pioMdei] for And, theooncr I
tionT. 1 A. \ "01. sii, "Ini, i, -,,," , 'o"l
A. Cnson. : I I'llnl ,, ,, lnrt and the mote I borough .lie! ,
rpt ev '11"1.. ( I. i i'.I I 1'i nil" i iu 1 i| l I'-1 i iI jour
It i A'jtliy ,reported that he wool( ll1to I '*, , ..I I II llllW' '' ' .lu1q:, ,,1"t} : I'. ("(!"!.its. the more apt are you to havei We have the finest and most line of
1 t' alt l I ', complete Holiday
take the I"" I .1.1 I tin I 10 ''Ii'"I" : rut ['f""flll < i
board to Luke '
over e un- ,.. -I. . ", l ltd,.l ? .,. 1 II I- I I
ty and demonstrate work,, of the !I''' ,rdtractor I ," '.,01.1 II I ., ,I.I 1\ "I I I. '"." In 'p? ikini' if t'n elisi>'ises whic'i,; i
R tI- 1'1. , . in"I; the' i,1"11": III'I' G!. F. '!
and graders! The boaiil afl' ""'" i w"I I 10 1' II Merchandise in Kissimmee.
\ >'r discussing matter aKI'e.1 l to jro 'r' "I", l i.1 I "ll ". Intl I I \\ .,. I III InI \\eli"i., a--i ;t Ito plini; p.ithologiti t I' ever
I/ I I'I"I I ll, I IIS Bud .I
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with 111 r. Cayson on Tuesday ]Deeemlier ) I I" . I I', II.I? II1,1.I, I u al.I " I -, v- that spniviiiir .the (limit vwl'1I' ]
> I I :,II li ,ir'i' niix'"c; '
4. I ll si, ins u."allv; eon
I M t 11,1 I ""I I : 1 1i I""
3 t Notary bond of John B. Carlo i I' i r \t.u., m"I i in, '.iI"1, i, :'n' I7-III' I ol those. ihsel-cs, The :iipphi" ,'tion- SEEING IS BELIEVING---SEE IT TODAY
''' IM I/ 1,11,1, ,,1 -i i I, 1-' ,, h n'd' I, ..
:iiiplic'd i't vnli |
c' nil
with. [ I
11 1 American :Surety; Company tit I'M.. I" i, nail.. 611, :1"l lI : of iti l n
r New YOlk ns surety, was examined I ; I "l1 Ili ,III I., 71"I i l lI d''r. ci" tvo weekoftener ,if I i.linle / '
and appioved I I.." , .01 ,<\I' III ., I" ''IIr " I f' 1"1.|" I 1.1'''' .' I he. say; i.. Come in

d 14 i Mr. Gates enmebefore the bind 1 in "I ,.II,., 'I'i ..nrIp." II'"'' .,",ri" ,, ihl. 1111, 1 -'.."" oil i"r tl I1 In-It s--i"iis of. the dnit.-I today- --Look over our display We are always -

the interest of the Booster Number . < : II" ,, I ,"I, I" (- .life'cling thin pbint.' |
: cif The Valley! (;a/elte und akeif| ,." 1' l I"ln.t' , .,.. nn' '' ' 01 "II' 21.tarn ;Mt I m-iit enennes' of the throw-I'
they would not make a donation for "I' 'I. 1 .111I I' ''' I. ," "" 10"".,. tan h('d' ]. by lett'iiir'c ; glad to show you.
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I expenses of printing Tin. hoard u Ii I-t ,"II .dt'In' "',''II' Ii .,., ,, ;11 1 : ', 'I"I "n kip ,ninethe run of the, pitch, )I
j cited ', ,' .. bv -pni'klimw.'tc- I
i Mr. Gates that the find out of 010 nnI over the plants,
a which such donation would he made < I I' Mm I' liln."M i in ".',I .., II ; '. or li\ spt.iMn with tobacco cytraet'i All goods neatly wrapped and delivered

+ 7 was exhausted x I t.'M MMIOI. taut, itu.i 1 II ,/u '"r diistinir j, with a mixture of lime and anytime and
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iv a UK* 111110' LIII!' P1 'iI"
Bonds of trustees special] road and i I....... H-i" I I"I "L. i',, N iii :' sulphur, according, to I'rof. J(. It \\'at- '
bridc-e in t'"'Jill A. 4"1. son. entomologist. '!
diMtrut No.4. the sum of trip. Nl'opll I I 1' anywhere in the city.
,I one thousand dollars ..ach. with United ''" I I.lull..i I I "> III, u Ol'll .! The stiawberrv i is becoming one of I i f.
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IMIMflll I ''K'k er: IMI the,
States Fidelity and Guaranty Corn- Tram 1 AV..iltir| ,',.??! wutli| | _ 4 00' I most important truck crops in |I .1'
many, al Runty, were presented to 1'r-t' :x< i :Mil), it, sh"... "7 411 Florida according: to figures compiled! i
/, the board and resolution approving l- N' HMV rand work _ lrr. SK over a period of years. Its increased '

the name passed. MlkfJinmM\r
Pat Johnston reported thPt the bill)] oho) Hill' x. mini work _ 5625: Hs'| !said depends largely upon the
for validation of bonds in S. R. & B- "1' V Phlllln l rand work : : "II..r itHtiltiv\ rind. work ALan '.sects.'
t Dist. No. 4, as presented to the board, Hoinr t 1'nrtln. road work, . .12.r," Broadway II
i covered additional work: in connection R y..u..C. r.-rid work .u. __ __ 71.60no I I Pharmacy .
., 'therewith,.;that; h.,,felt 1t should be t">'o"roo>.vrt| lt' "s Rr. rand work, ____ enOR' I WEATHER BUREAU ESTABLISH :

paid. 'w. J.. Steed stated that he did r Thomn. rrniilm _ U i ED MORE THAN 50 YEARS AGO
K Kllpntrli'k. road. wnrk __, 148.72 '
+, ii' not consider jt wa{ an unreasonable ..neat L Orsen. bat Qn ".tansson an The United Where Your Business :i tAp, dteckied and SatW c ion Guaranteed
ii' charge, but should not be paid lOut Rlnn < )It'.rBtrl..I. noletnes 3J.BO I States was not the first I I .
of the bond Johnston n..rrt>tt, attorneys country to establish a national weather
3. money A. E. Donegal re.. bond tM.u". --__ ._ ___? 1000.00 I forecasting service although the J. C SCHfylDt
#y stated that thee.,,allowed is i this iA.'rla Jghnii, amouftlue t>n earnest I I Mgr.
r connection /I..loJ..1a : ___ / experiments in forecasting: by
t r west< correct. Upon nv)- I ... d h 24A.40 (I
"-h gr.* luthbir _ GI16I. l | means of telegraphic reports. were Rvin/
tlen of A. F. Basn feconded 1f+ +N
;t. '_, by.JUO.: I II City Aleat Market. meat __ _ .2st probably those of '$rott. Joseph ,Henry' to.. _l\IJIr... '!J1. "111 ._
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.o.oo.t..o...... . . . But -tn spite of all the smart things .. \\ \ tII :: '\\t t0'

.o 'It .- > ..... the -"l1adlto sarabourit. } our lights '........ ..- '. jJ "$, n
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,'jlURA.l'fcoMMON SlddSl&_ have Continued to ,. .'', .

V', B7" "rah Jobneea, aa resultI ,WheA the up-keep 1 ... ., ',.,:-s; .
I, >Vs:;* V a'a4saoaaa +i post are figured together]} I am' sure ,t..,.so .' 'r_..
Oaaa .aOaP. YBenjamin' our lights cost no more than if we .
Franklin, Abraham Lincoln used the olcttamp.aDd-oili'' system \ ,
I maintain that who live t
and John D. Rockefeller have we people
been centloned a. being: among: ourgreate.t in the country have as much right to Jo'J' .
.aver.. It was the policy of a few luxuries and comforts as the .,
Lincoln to lap a fair aura of City folks. But there are few such -
up everything . I
he made to take care; of. his old things that we can have without any _. ., cRPm; ... : .... .. ... :mtar{! ,.. .. :::. ."( ,?.?:. :?{{!?!!'{!.p!.!nttlrtl:'{{''''!;'. .!'!',!?':'!''.IL.' .II'.! ,!!'!,r "rnll':: ''''''::."""''','','''!': '
unusual or burdensome expense A ,,.WH'.1i. ..I.',...!.iijIIIi.P'i'l/iiI'!,! / ! , ,'i'':"/.!.:," /' ,.'.. .';."..!..,"..,,.:.: :! r.IS
BAs rule it seems that moat of lighting system is one of these. Three .rI.I" "I' ,'ttl
a us :
folks well enough like to talk about .r four hundred dollar* pay for k:1illlmlllllllliIIW//Il11I/l: // / 1111I11Wlillllmiillflllllllllllml1ll;

such splendid example, but we are and install a pretty good outfit.- Al- ,:..i...i:.. ....' '... ...,........... .. ...,......... ....,. ..... ...... .. ...'
slow to practice them ourselves ..ndfM' most ten years of l v to home { rr : ::?{f!i It ; eerie r. : :feat.a:{: : :umii.! giimi .i I ,'::!'!I lggmn'i'! I.F/jj1g'imgii1iiiiigj! ''
with such convinces ...;;.. ...:,.,.. : / ,
ourselves. Often we hear it said a system me .I'j",1./' .
that this la THE'are "of reckless that, it is worth more than it costs, .i. ..i .iWmUHi......., ..."!.!.'!. ".'!..!,', .! .... ,.....,..... ,. ......! .." .! ...'... ....!....... t
to say nothing about the lessened ?+: tt r + +?!: aan .: g t; ; l !
pending, but I don't know about that. !! !! !
ljjllWilmmllllmilimilljWmllmIWI1l1IWI1JlmmIIHmlm1jIlW! !
Every brook has its fish, and if a my danger of fire. t.l:;1i:1.:ran,1 t: l1 4 .:::?._ ._ :;.?!h.t'l: _,..:.j.." .!..;.;...: ..:..!...;.!..!;.: :::!.: !.. ;;!?.?.l......:.:..::..:;.:..:;.. ...... :..!.....:. !.:..:.' !..{. r
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opinion that every age has had its SOUND. PRINCIPLESFOR :.r1rril': . : "HjijIlIWIIWIHII1HiIIi1IWWIIWI1I11IIWmlII1mmmIIWIWi111Wm? ! ?; ? ! !!! ! !

spending/ extravagant, careless "suck : EVERY CITIZEN I .....,........... ... ..'........',.............:....r......... .... .......:. .
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We spend more nowadays because .net..b : '; : : ' ,
ers. we have more to spend and to The International Farm ,. : IIHWHilglgiihH'H...,.....,..........{. :,....lijjiiiimIHIHliimiiWlHliHlHHJJJjiml i,.{.,............,..: ......+?: ....!...?..?:::::::.?#' .lI 'h.!!f!.
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spend for, but that's the only reason. Us seventeenth annual session / I.S. tfug.t. :rtt:: ear:: ::: : :: ::::::::: ::: :::::::: I:? :::? ; l {; ;::? :!; :! .:: ::; ? :; : :: ? :;i : ?:: ;

Just the same, that is no excuse to recently in Kansas City. It is b most :.:.., ......L.:.s1!...!.:.?.:.:::..::.:? ............55..1,!.:.,a,,;, :. ::...t':;' ; .IIIII1I1II/IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII l!:! / .' ] jll11111111111111111:
spend on and. on. influential and enlightened organization 1 u ::::: :: : ':?::!! : : :: ;i: ;??ilii; : + : :::: .. : : :::

A teacher in an economy clans fig. and has delegates' from all other .:..:,:...,...:a.l...:;:. .;. ..1.dlu!. !1:.. a :. .::: : :: ?::!:::: : aa: ) ..:aa.. .::.....:.:r:::....:.!...,...??.....' !'...; ? ." .!??:!::::!:?.?:..t!!?!!.:
urivi it out' for his pupils that if the farm Particularly / :...::..:.:.::..:ha{..},,, {,; lies.: ?:.':sat.. :::t t:::,..::.?:.:?::.:.::::.:.r,a: ..:?::li3ii':::?:?r: : r.... L. ...... ,..... t tu !: a:? ? :: :: : ; ,

jive rape man would invest his yearly worthy of note is its "Declaration of ....,.:..rl.:. U3 hll .: II fa.: ;::1.f.1:... . .... .. ;: ::..: : 3 :::: i
surplus, it would I be compoundedonce t for ,,.....,.. ., ,r's a ...i ::. ,:: ..:,:..,:.;,;,.; jili IIIIIIII :IIIIJII 1111111111I11111111111111111111111lllllllllillllllllllllll: : lil
HO t Principles, 192-1. They arc : ........((1 } { i i I}+ rl 3 ? : r run :. .. .. i ?;
a year nt 6 percent, in five yearn 1. Undivided loyalty to country, ?!
J. would have S:1,7H.I: and in twen first and always, with no conflicting : ....... b; i e
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ty-five $17,44(5.80.( (1 I read this oblfr ticns i14? ,
years ( | ; protection of its institutions r. :a ....:...:.. ..........!,.......1./, :: , : {{ { / /: ::: /
in the Progressive Farmer.) and prevention of its tra 1....... / . .
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What worries me now i is.! Why d''>n'tmore ditions. If' .,...H.....''iimmtHgJI........,..,... ..1li'. '""" : .............. .... J.'
of us do this ? That is a hard 2. The increase and dissemination ;:i. ::.. '. 'm.1'; : ,';;;,::;... .. '
question to 11I1!!wl'r. It is easier! for of scientific and practical agricultur i
nie to figure how our young folks can al education and knowledge. .
Le taught to io (his tnnn to d"pe" out 3. Pledging adequate production on:

why we older heath i keep drifting on farm, nnd demandng), it in factories. I .
in the old] way. 4. The light of
every man
It is gratifying: to know that I 1 eY I
: oilUiyn I jhm Net-vices without interference, h '
and girl are h'intaulCht\ some i and to increase his earning/{ power bv
c f the principlis of saving money (a.* ([ improving his skill or increasing his z
well as health and youth and mind) jcapacily.

in the aijnoultuiul and home demonstration !fie A reasonable tariff for the rr
I I pro-
clubs in most of our counties. te.tlcn of American< ajrriculture. tt
And it seen! Hint those! authoritiesare I I 6. A sharply restrictive immifra-
froinij about thin thing in the riRht 'it?>"n policy, and careful selective (
way. They nay that it Is just as win cess. pro.

to save in corn, or peanuts or or- I 7. Recognition of the futility of, i. ;
ungptf, or fond or clothes as to save lefforts! to correct natural economicideranjrerrenta t
in money No doubt t they would find \ by statutory measure
i' well to preach Lincoln's doctrine 8. Clear legal]
establishment of
along this line. Any institution that r'trht;' of _
co-operntive buying and sellling. f J
cic\hen such wholesome ideas to my __ ,
children can have lilY henrtiest! co-->prration !I 9. Recognition and prrfnrmanrr of : i ti l

: my hov' uiiJ girl are club I the duty of every individual to socie- _

members, all: j/'ht. |its. rep-nrtiless! of caor vocational] ::1.if. i'.I, _
luffilisition. ,
.lw"t In-fine our recent (' y spell ,
I 10. Itasint; right: of nY''; b.i.inessnrnrtico
rri'le I I Irts aver to Abe Lark! n's I
place one Sunday nfternoon. The to exist upon nervier :.t n n-
der' I nocii-tv. ,
young' ueie d wn (it the schoolI
I l'OU8' attending, th"imjinjj, and 1 II liiitid I'l'' gone-nmen- i ,
', nil expenses! and! restrution" if
win' : nt Al>.- \uni'iiif: for them I cfveninentul :
activities' to their lefrit-: _
Abc had planted u fall crop of ru- I .
mnt func ; _
ons. I
r M tir" mi I I,(PII-]: <, und the outlo'ikvun't
1"N.= .. ItI 1 favors, _
i-n<-'miifii/ir.: Then hadn't spec : to any' AI't"1 ( I Ii
.I-., n any .nil far, weeks und the or industry; equal cppo'tumtv I : ,
to nil ,
ground win li;'e ,is>H's. Abe didn't at Ta
I 13. The Lest <'0'1"ut any trm well! with: s nprinirin'k po traniiporta- : lu
Linn ")'''1'11, -hi'linir the
; i nip .in 1 lie tad had! considerable . 'evelip
"('t And .n.
KirknpMH, ;MI the fnmdv, Thereforethe rr-r-- '"vavsrailroofla
present tnaii'ii, ivjin't hl'p.n'! { and public highways. _

hi' feeling in the l'-a-t.' I 14. Broadly reclamation comprehensive and constructive .I I t
"You neexln'l tell]! me we fn min' and ('on"A'va.tion ,
policy. !'
folks ain't going to the devil" he enlisting cooperation ofnational
tate and private interests ;
Raid. "No crop worth Fathering: thisvrif' and
< No money a-tall Then comes resources
15. The sacred 1 I
protection of
t nilin' personal
"xi s. a higher and higher every -
year! Now with shed in th' I 1 libettv and property tights, an'e'e'tion '
round it's drier'n dust I 1 jest don'tee .. of everythingsavoring/ of''
any hopes fer ui kind o* folk. socialism paternalism or *yn-

no way." A hotter I And They Home j ii
Bjrr'culture. better Bought
Wt-'l, to tell the truth, things ",'prl'looJ..lnlr 1"\. p-an'red, informd.
financed; betternl'Teil
prtty dark for Abe, and 1 1rf ..
/ dn't say anything until he had haH better fo'tifieri\ ipin.t: calamitous "

his "..y. You know, if you won't helpA market changes and economic '

fellow quarrel he'll soon; run cut. disturbances Coral Gables
17. A better country to live in at '
Anything you say while he is red hot :
hotter t'
is just that much kindling] the fire. homes schools, roads,
"itizensHin t
and ,
opportunity for ; r '
Finally I said "Abe, I ]learned
it ; '
lesson] a..l(oner, time ago. that I think the exercise Individual- ----- -initiative.7' f I j < >\" ''.

t y had.u it neej hard right this' now year,I but know.all you the nave worrying , OLD IS nov DKCLAKKI on tOG OUT KRK OF"r.iiM''k DATE! i lj IRE HUNDREDS of visitors td'Miami i they had. searched:the'country iu- "over, for tho'9J lift I.' "

/ you can do won't make the sail- - ir home of their dreams-had wandered! in hill and lowland looking for that one ti '
imr any jrnoother. The old box or log Ue hiv
"Yearago n little poem ma I paper IK out of date. 'I he 'patentsI: or"trum" IIhh' I locality where improvements and environment were such that their investment : .
nu'tit, my ('>'.'. It was l hv a fellnvkby ('" i- being 'ti l-v all!] I''I '
usi su veifiil was protected. Then at last they made a trip to Coral Gables and there they
the nnn'i- rf Oswnld] ) J Smith, and .bee-keepers.' It enables! rnc t to | I d
it few snot, I""- of it ''un like this.I5e : It rt'ntine how much :suiplus Irirev antiwar dl'I I, l found the home, the improvements, and environment they were seeking. A y}

the bees have n store, the condition complete, attractive, permanent home of your own in a setting of
1: a little patient, worry will not of the (colony) the presence of cis- ,,|
hurry. o.-Ke. end the fo' million rf qu'wi'] ance can be seen at its best at Coral Ga les. Here the lights tropicalluxuri'I'I I

Keep the tmiMr rin..lnin yourouI.. ells. Likewise it offer many othviadMintigen ) around the coconut and royal palms, the grandeur of Old Spanish e

Worry 1 never paid the rent : an.)' profits.Methods beautiful for words, a picture that weaves an irresistible web about you that only
"urui n joh nor earned n n-it '
of triinsfn'tning the hr's
Then why nnt let your Maker: have I from" tie "trum" I., (the) )hive,| are civet years ago could have adequately described. I t''

control] below' bv J. C. Goodwin bee specialist I ,

of the -I"t! plant: I" :iui.f florid : Coral Gables is a suburban development that all Miamians are proud of-a development where the
'Dwell\ vpon the bJijrhttret hide : dTi't: 1. Move the vum back several'; of beautiful
glory the architecture blends softly with the magic shadows of pine and palm to
in a flurry. feet and
Though your plane' are fading nl-, place. Invert place the patent gum, n'mothe'hive in its make life for you worth while. And after all the finer things of life are the things that count in

away. bottom board, hive I the I bees a generous later years. Can you afford to overlook the opportunity that is yours now-the opportunity that
*"*'"rrv never mad 1.. it right, smoking' und remove aoi/ut six beckons but pnce in a life time .

Cleared! the way nor won the fight inches of comb. Set a box over the
'Tis tours to will that worry shall exposed!" end of the and heat
not sway'." the sides of the gum gum for eight or ten on Visit Coral Gables today in one of the big de luxe pullman busses. Enjoy the greatest free sight. ,

minutes with stick The bees will l nil seeing tour in America today. See the points of interest in and around Miami. Then a* you enter

I believe Abe Larkin got: a paik rush! un und cluster in the box thenit ; t 4 Coral Gables and bowl slowly along the glistening, broad boulevards, drink deep the beauty of :
of hope out of those Imp*. But whether I can bp emptied in the hive
he patent Lii the homes in their magnificent settings of gorgeous coors! and you too will feel that Coral Gables
or not there are many: I fIII of I the bees are not secured by lti I
sparks of hope in them. If we farmers one oneratirn, repeat. g) is the promised land for the home of your dreams. Space n the bus is limited. Do not let this

t as well ns all other people, would I Set I t-e! /Rum aside for 21 Jays: until SS1 opportunity slip by. Come to the local office today and make your reservation for seats. Come f

pet this lesson, our )JoaHs would I"l the brood < in the combs> hatch out now before the rush of winter tourists makes the trip more congested. '
much lighter. Abe said his would be ,mil' then irpoat t stir .1r'umnir.1, operation -

Mane are. It is quite possible that n y."unir 4 .. .
queen will be secured during the later -
A country home nil I lighted up at drmnntinghut she' will take care t whO'n. seen from a Hi tanr('. isi of herself when thebes are dumpedint. !
r+'au sat to the And CaRAL (IIAIILllIi.x
eye. a country tiltpatent hive. The rum can (
I home equipped with|! electric lights' nr.w be torn to pieces und the comb ,

I means not only something! ) 'good to C"ntatning honey removed for use., : r
.. .
I look : _
at from
a distance, but comfort This is n slow process and requires
I and much convenience for its occu- two operations
pants. "2. The second .method embodiesmore
I Last week I told how we fitted our stings! but it is simpler and
I house out with running water. About much more rapid. :Move the gum/ 1
I 'Ji year after this was done we got back several feet and place the patent tam 1:5:: jtfasier Suburb R _

I I'usy and strung up a few insulated hive in it place. Place the gum on .
I wires and light bulbs, connected them one side and expose the combs by
I with a new generator and /gave the tearing off the board. Smoke the bees 1) s.
I wood saw gasoline engine another thoroughly and cut: out the combs. }

I job. The combs containing' brood can then GEORGE E. MERRICK Owner and Developer.
I I That gave us light at night, lights be cut the size of the frame in the ,
without the danger of a burn-up froma patent hive and tied in the frame with
turned over lamp and without the cotton twine. Be sure- the slope of DAMMERS & BURNES, General Sales Agents.

eternal trouble of washing, filling and i the cells in the patent hive is down

1r I trimming| wicks. And it has always ward, the same as in the gum. Bees Osceola County Reprq tentative GLEN ROSE Kissimmee Florida
I been ,
a lighting system, a sys- leaving the gum during the operationwill t
I Jm that we can depend upon. No enter the patent hive.: This work e -
I blowing out of the Hght\by; a littlepuff completed, dump the bees from the v. Xxecntira Offieu: 168 East Flagler! BU, "' __I. ,- .

t of wind, nor'' having to hold a rum in front of the ''patent hive and -
lamp for this and,for that. We have they; will enter and attach the combto riorida Office: JaeksonTflU, Wait Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando, Tampa Bt. Pctentrarf, Rand '..,
eaough lights about the' loose and the frames.Be I 1
ford lAkalaad Of Land Zlutise''' "
bars to take care-of any :night ''WOrk sure'the queen enters the new 11 'r '

at A either by merely turning a switch. tome. This can be done by finding fcA XortiMm OffloM: Ktw York City Atlantic Oity, Boston, OolnmlmJ: Washington '. i,
would have been expected the her and placing. ,her in the hive or by : I .\ -
neighbors had;':,anot er I hullabalooreaslplng watcbJngthebeesassthey, march in 1 P \
spelL R was the same the hire. Clean op all particles of,,
. y } rye
.l crowd that had the big. say about the comb end bits of honey in order to >Ara.f i t '
t, water works If U always that crowd eliminate the possibility of,,robbing' / 'i +1 tike fh .,v ; t )
| that,4r-1proirreas\ and trie Mt dlstI getting started.*, dose,'tt e opening

I courage those. .who want to -do pro- of the patent hive ,to about an .inch r

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j KISSIMMEE- BUBUSHICU VALLEY- BY GAZETTE Congressman CONGRESSMAN(Gainesville William Daily JOE Joseph New.SEARS)Sear, DR..The A DERBYSHIRE HOMEOPATHIC editor. of !last IS week's NOT PHYSICIAN"Booster u'lqyltlep I II U J E W E L R: Y

TUB!...K18S1MMEE!: VALLET: .QAZETTKi. of the '4th District of Florida, is a Edition'.' made) tht \.aument.that Dr. I

\. EVERY FRIDAY hustler.. Everybody affectionatelycalls E., Derbyshire is a homeopath. while .

T 7; KI8S1MHEH.: him Jo*. The Jacksonville' Journal the other doctors of the county are
speaking of him that before "old school." Dr. dvettu
says of the
..___ "allopaths, "
'!*. HARIU8 ___... .Pr* ldDtK.3.
VANS, AONKW..Sacrnary. .congress hardly had its breath, Derbyshire hag.. called the attention of ,

I ALLHUN T FhtNCH.! .....-.Bl dhor before a speaker of the house- waseven The Gazette to this error, and the : for )
-,- - -,.-- before the grind of a :
selected correction Is gladly made. I .

tHi4 COPY."('IcnIvToT4 Un. Yrar....RArE..........11.00 I session had. hardly settled down, Dr. Derbyshire! calls attention to I ,., '
I ,
I (Joe Copy, Mix Monthm.,__....... 1.00 I Congressman W. Joe Sean waS on the fact that he took the full medical FOR SALE
(,Jn. Cop>v Three Month.._...,-_.. -.iO I his feet, and had succeeded in offer- course at Ohio Medical College, and -, ;I-IL - ,. . .. ..

Hntervd lit -the-, po.lofflcat Klenlrnm ;- ing his bill which, if passed, will meana his M. D. degree at the Indiana Medical -FOK At.H-Trctlsed.--- and partly tr..Inod at '

Florid$ as .econd-claie matter.) $2,000,000 federal building for Jack- I College, now the medics 1 depart I houndS, pointer and netler ,
Write for prlci-n and what you WHIII,
onville. Indiana.
All communication from ati* ment of the University of M. L,. Ctuwford HI. I. liartuw, Kin.KI1U '
except i iIhorUiri
'orr.ond"nt". l must be tlgn-'I} The editor of the Sun has known I' Both these schools are allopathic, !I I"regIlJar X.
.. / Joe Sears all his life. Ho knew his ,' The .
ed by the wrl$( r.Itejecnd and "old Khool. I
matter will be returned If father and mother before him and has SAMOliorn -Ir.o 1'1., \VJllt.. 1A'r'! !
he practicedhomeopathy.
railed for. finer lived in this world. doctor says never . .Micli.M ic-la. II..... U'/I\|$1 Ill'Ctl-ll' >l'll. cIJRIsTMA
people never I 1'iili ti> :ami e.g' g; rc.e-orcl M m. I'". VVHI /
I I --r..mA'n Advertising--- ,-;; I I Joe is a' Floridian whose every heartthrob i '".r" U". 3I :! .deihoId n i-l. ;24IXr '
1 .:.... _
[ is for the people of his state.
lie would make Florida a fine /gover-i LOES; DIED! LAST WEEK "m C S.M.I-: -KiniMii\ 1: ';.ih.H: .<-kii' -- I
FRIDAY, DECRMBKK: 21. 192.1 . C4..a: innt. \ I pliuilH; N I-In.In AL Ssi Auburn
.r 1n.1! : : .. ?? .nnntnp.. HHhe
-- '" .l.I"t.'. l-'l..ri.a.: 2 5tx i is mnkintr; his district i : ;: a fine con- I Milt llinklc, one of the proprietors -_ . "
: ;
"NOT K I MKK. :MHl( '
I gresIUafl.V" believe the people of of the .Milt U I I inkle) and Jimmy!, I Eskewrouniltip Pull S \1.Jo-.I: I CLot.HIT/ OSCKOLA ('oi.JNFY'V !; his ". i t-i ,"is'. 'If \ "\\ h.n.* nut fifilvtil -
the fourth 'district appreciate show which was put on in
< 'i'] Hi.'tl<1 IMII1M* t1)) llilitli-HM \0'
; weikitgo go"t'ut'lIlu..' to I them and I to the stateand Ki,, imn, )('(' recently by the lakill' V <: We wrote that) caption two willkeen him where he i iC. i". Carson I'oi-t t of tho Amcriciiri Legi liii, .. lil.lllllnu K 11 iilf f..,' I IfIMII '

under different circumstances. -- --- liail some hard" luck lai"t w '('k. Tin1hnw \ I III .)IlKhl.-il$ \ I .. ('-til i-i 0'| > '
.\1.1 FOIC) L\ :STORM HAD) .Kill.I .. .>,I.S. il 1 '"u I'liu I'lly 1 .".1...
j, We put fill Ih our arpuinonts why tIt<- hit a \IIC-PII winM-riiiK. I in Kixsimmc i i .4 t,-

111 countv fair Omuld! hi- hell in KI... im- I.ITTI.I: KFFKCT: (ON: CHOP) <.. nt I tho) fair i grounds neil, two of .

-. the nincJi I 1":17: ('" itt I t'4! twns'j',' } I Knll, SXI.K: 'i 1..1\. \". 10' IK-I-IH Ini4
moo wi iidvrrtixrd.! JSiiye> that; tune "While. ilelailed inf, ,rma1 n% !" Mill i I 1".1 I ,t-iM-' il. '> uniier riiltl\, *. ". 4'
i.f I bulfaloiwhich i had tee imported
e i "
i i
I .
have decided 'Ml' t.tCtIiT-. M\i- loiitnl l .' ..|.a": ('. Gifts That
coiriifiisioii .
the %
the oI"nq 1i Last"
county I luUni: |' on extent oj! : : | into Florida .six wi'fksnpo. ,. .
: ; s-omc |.t.i>it. 11 il. ill i-ti v i I ii) M.iraui' ]>>>ul-
i 10 holj it& in Saint loud So citrus fruit ,' cod, l by I h.- "ld weallir } l \ liiiuriiH, : n< u just: 1,111 51,1.* .:.t.tF. |

be <- and wiiul storm 'MI ("alifornia the I hI' "chanire) of scenery proved too -- .. -- . .. ,

it.We reitC'l'uthat\ the of first part of last week, rp' Ms thus much for these denizens of the west KI' 'l|'; S \1.1: "flni-aiili-' | | pl.intH.. MUM.Hi.; ), ,
far ind'cnt; I that the rrop lo.s will and \u't\ Monday the big bull' died.Wednesday '. c''n\.nin, ,, \ "il.t l t > I 11. i--iilH. jipl.r.Mi.iln ..
the fair i in not for Kissiirmiee nor fi.r' not be sufficient; to materially eff i ct ) .ful.illy, e'i. I'luinl. Kl.i.. I 1-4IX ,
I Saint Cloud f, but for Osceola) County. market (omliliolts i for Florida, fruit.i The IIinl"J.-"! ske\V spouse followed moved suit. .. _. ._ I'
company i ,itv limits' \\lth fiulta." .L.umiuii.. foi
I The question remains the game, wherever This -1"'I11'nl'a\ issued, at Tampa from Kissimmee to Bartow the first f.llllll, > I h'i K rhickt-liH.\ u.-lldt'li. (to.iin,

S the location. l h\ (;ieorge/ A. Scott general] salesmnniiKir 1 of this week with their stock when- NIMIIIliuus.' .. Imlil fiirnltnro untl ntlniItrnif I
: i.f the Florida Citrus Exchange ..II. AdilM'HH 1 >Ir J :S. Jump" ,
t' The Tourist Club Ilnjse at Suint thc'y began yesterday n three-day ..
I'liuMiali K INHI mini- ll.i M-yii-
I Cloud, buili hy I he"'o.operation of I the the! ,effect to quell that promiscuous the reported rumorsto California performance under the niicpices of --- - Select Xmas Goods HereTo
the American Legion of that city. KllU SA1.1C\ I'hoHp. cn.' imlr \l.nm
S people of that thriving city should wind storm and freeze would inuli-H, 01' will ni'll nile it \\* i >\ I' ,

1' prove an excellent place in which h result in nn orange shortage., MR. r.r.VN; ; :SUGGESTS; ASI.OC.tN I| turret 51-tf. >
hold the exhibit. The very method of "We are advised by the ('alforniaFruit i! ; : FOR THE COuNTY ()lt"S \I. -;- (ifiliiK; bumni-NK: eIIIC.1, n 2 I II
Growers Exchange and other I Ii ._ ,In. describe the gOOdS we would be
its erection in, an inspiration toward I I fttoi > lirick. .o.r builillDK Hlth' 12 !i carry a heavy I
i reliable sources that approximately i: In the agricultural pointers which I room hoti I In operation MI....' mi i imain
further co-operation. I I'I 1,200 to 1,500 cars of navel orangiSIn d IIUSIIH HH 101'' tus! and would
to much
presents <
75; '
by ].r.o. en n Hill t I lit a barium: I occupy space. They can only
: It is a matter of satisfaction that, northern districts were lost by the the leaders of The Gazette each KKSTAt'HANT I i I clol,1t"; '''.! himln. nil

I since the question was definitely settled freeze." Mr. Scott said. "About 3.- week he recently suggested a sloganfor I flrHt claHH III e'.PI y part' irnUir I..>fil, ': be in
II I locution In tovtn Hot* J :Md'hatt'iKlKBllliniii part 'numerated-but to appreciate the beauty
i every bit of the discussion heard | 800 cars had already been shipped all the growers of the county. I 4; -I fi' -
l I. I! from this territory and another 1.SOO This '
slogan is, "No seeds planted
i ', in Kissimmee has been enthusiast-! I cars Are said to be in th* packinghouses without thorough disinfection first." FOR ."I.I- '--j-: .: u renldi-nci':-; -'propi-rty--I I IAI and excellence: a visit to our store is necessary
1. cally in favor of g-ettin behind the ready to go to market. This He/ has pointed out the advantages of I! >|I.h al tnr, ufnre. of Thi- Vailusztt >

exhibit 10 make it the best fair yet fruit will be fed to markets. gradually this procedure and, for.the benefit of i Kinni- nil" -" S.rr- I We are showing( a variety of

t held in the county. Those who fought I'nnd with the fruit that was in transitat the growers he has compiled the following J7.R1.1: : ,':;: : ; ; la.iy, tlticirvnriety :

i: I Iq the hardest to keep it in Kissimmee the time of the freeze will be suf- list! of seeds which should be _?.ri .'. 11111", ,'inh W_ H HarrisSKCUNIi .:. I
fient to meet current demands. ;
1 1 have proved to be very good losers. t disinfected with corrosive sublimate. : IIANIi ;0 01'1'1.' l.i.unht." Biilil
"The only damage reported to the toe-ether with the amount of time for unit r.-pnin-.l.* 'I'h.- CanllKi 4 <-ll .

I H I This spirit is of a co-operation demonstration which that has beengrowing me!i sections Valencia of orange the .crop state in which the southern is not immersion of each: KliR 1'1' A I.I'r- : ;;;-;;;:'; I|
Cabbage, cauliflower and onions,. Fine Howard and
KooniB untl No/ .'sS "1'<1. |I" i Elgin Watches
I It for the last few years be-. ready for shipments until early summe 16 minutes.Cucumbers!. I r..|iii ,',c'C atrh... linn-m->fni-<- ,
; _. .
--" was caused by the heavy wind. i i - - -- ,
tween the two sister cities is a real. cantaloupes, squash,,' FOII S bI.1: 'II-.1"1.| Nil ', in II..M"'ll ,
] 15 the
Possibly cent of
per crop waslost and watermelons" 10 minutes. ,1,1".1, \ .
I I on flood \p.c 1 :
Il I ity.The bv fruit being blown from the (Vlery, I lettuce, and tomatoes, 8[ t .Ntl'.t t If I tril ,'! I'Kl.' ll' .pll. 1IH Ullt *. t" (:, I And Wrist Watches Elegant in Design and
of Saint Cloud know' Finish.
people trees, but this damage will merely reduce minutes. I" It I 111''<0:. "W 111 I 1 :.ll III 1..1. K.I;; 11 MM M i

t, how to make a success of celebrations,, production in this territory to i Peppers, 5 minutes. ,I __ '_ _ _5H-KI.-I" We t

gala days et cetera. They can be its average volume." j Potatoes 1 hour and 30 minutes. li ill SAI.K T-II s IIIII Iw o-ntory. ..n. are showing some charming.Richelieu .

I'. depended upon to do a thoroughly| Detailed government reports on the 111 r. Gunn\! further gives the dire--, Mm. k l.t IlllSllM- "....I\on.\ hill. I..! IIttini ,
.. ,
... ,
California storm and frej-ze will be tions for tho I \ll i M\r iiti-n* .' Mnr At !
D good job with the presentation of the i available this week. it is reported. 1 j 1. Use solution disinfecting not, as follows three" : "I'llInni.. m. r >t.itiHank IIMx ,,
over 5: .41' i
!t i county fair. The men who have been i The California Fruit Growers Ex- :'times ( two is belter.) Wash as soon -- ----- I

bringing Saint Cloud to the front so> change will make its re-estimate on as treated in running; water or several HJR RENT

tt rapidly are men of 'large calibre." the size of the crop the first of the changes of fresh water. Dry -- . .. Pearls
year. KOlt HKNT i'l.'i I i StatIc so .'.1 I Id Illililnh
kW They will put their energy Into the i thoroughly, in bhade, before .- in. unf, 'iNlu'il |

: q coming event. And they" will have s BOY SCOUTS WERE ON planting. -- ------- .. ,
i I 2. Water should not V>e ove' 70 de"eps i-I 'itt ItKNT:: ; KiiriilKh-d. nl.-- fii.ntln'ilruiitii .
lii, the co-operation of Kissimmee, of JOB AT SANFORI; ) FIRE < f"mperature. Warm water is tin HiHt' Ito,,' 2i"3 {,iso' In Strings of 2-1 inches and in 15-inch Strings
!Saint Cloud, and of Osceola County.Let's ---- harmful. Ftri'it iilu 'tt... I K i-itf.t (if riilllt hH"'.'
.4 II C'f of fire sounded tie II p.-r a ,'.I!is MmV.. II Swain' k
go! Let's make it the best cry on ;:1. Use only wooden, glass, or .. -
r Mill d'r r.h'".it five 'd'>C'k the
, fair in Osceola's history. 0 on earthenware containers. FIIH liNT:: ; one) 2 ruom. .1 piiMin. nt. i i

, I Peck moninf'of, recto- Mevembnr of tho Holv 27 Father Cross 'd| 4. Use a 1 to 1000 solut'on of c-r- i :all furiiiHli. uifiirslsli-t.: :: l in* Hi'. inudcrn.rnoni :ap.irtimnt. : K: I.

THE COST AND CRIME OF church nt Sanford was awakened This rosive is!sublimate made for the disinfection. II. I'"", 7 Vint- Btr.-.-t. xi A Variety Diamond and Bar PinsIn

i t DISORDERLY MARKETING with the Found of cracltlmflamell.\ [i ii a "intIf by using one t.blet to "-'UJ-H ;sT- -T;,;-comfortably; ;-, furnifthod I II

i and! he realised hs! church, and contents water or, in larger!! quantities ;I 3-rooni ttpnrtro..nt*. with
1f ., '. Disorderly marketing of Florida's I were rioimed! that his!, accumti- j ; one ounce of corrosive sublimate vatn bath and modern onnv"' *"prl-I CUT GLASS and HAND.t>AINTED
Id' .
: I '' .tr!orange and grapefruit .crop go far lation valuable papers, manuscripts ;solved water. in seven and a half gallonsof I _, W. II. hurries Oaavtte offlc. 4i-tf ,' CHINA we

I I l\this season has cost the growers fully books! fcmintinp-s' and relics i j -
L' 1(., I That Mr Gunn's articles in The WANTED.WANTKI are. showing some
five- million dollars. which he had so carefully preserved, i I '. pretty designs.
/ I -
:*f'! Orderly marketing of the current wr.yld .in a very short time' 'be a total .. local: are read more widely than in >-To rent or buy baby Cars

S : crop would have given the producers I ], loss! that they) were destined to > letter circle only U evidenced by a j j I nisge.-' C. I). liamaker hone 241. j . .' '"' .

at least one dollar a box more money destruction by the flames that were he received : last : week from 1 -. ,.,- .' 1)1./\1'/ ..::2.ItX
on the five million% boxes that have irnpidlv| consuming not Ofly hi* Clewiston Lake Okeechobeo, in the southern district. part The of the I'WANTED-To buy large quantity c>f \'l':Broaches,1. Rings, .., Belt\.B'. ...kl.. GoldjKriives l and
been writer : ,
t shipped. Every legitimate FlorIda church but the re-tory. St. Andrews milk. funltary Uulry. eu Main. ,' \ 4 business interest has been injured ''House, and bowling] asked! for information regarding: 1 .(r.-.-. ZtfiVANTICI' )
alleys. .. Chains Fountain
1 ..
roll-' - and Pencils Gifts
- -
? worrr.i beans - Form
by the methods that have resulted I When the Boy Scouts hennl thealarm on and peas. anrladd..d. \ : ; Ti. - -- -

,, in this serious reduction of the einn they wen* I lipht' on the job "I thktthe. Kissimmee i pIper h.I lf.-i for .in swnji;i utoninlilli-. A ..ts.raei e'ie tiurlt:in.l\.J'(

I ing capacity of the citrus growers of prepared to render any service 1 po.- ani liVe" your advice to farmers very Will JHIthe ini I Pretty and not Expensive.

the state. sible and in less thnn i it tell much. pal ilirTfi.' lift I .. .Vliiri'BB I. H
SijullfK I hIMK'ill" .-. l'l.i
All rtiiin. 1 12 /
persons and all firms which are the story, thev at considerable' risk HARDING"MEM"O"RL\L: MlfiNTIii '

j I concerned in the upbuilding of the had removed from the church many PERIOD( RIVE ----- - - - -. ..
greater Florida should no longer remain of the pews and one very valrable' EXTENDED \\ \ ": \ r. si MIIIIIK men, fin, ,l.ilil" A nice line of Sterling and Sheffield Silver.

t passive under conditions that :1 ipaintintr of the "Crucfix.: a rift from Advices from lin.itil _'I 11: :: I'liutrlt t MII--t I l-4< -xVTKI
the .
state chairman of - - "- .
Ji( of are the adversely affecting the prosperity General; Snnford. for whom the cit .' thihJa'ding! Memorial Association: re- \\ \ ; > Id ''|>rinnlll.-man- -m, -" <-nn.111 These' are but a few of the
state in such (lp IC'e. ,! hnl I be"n raTed. nnj.] which; he hal rpive'l this week. Mrs. In 111!-.i oiiininiilty" ,In South) Klurll.i many attractive goods
by A. T. !
The Florida Citrus Exchange offers ''purcha'ed in Belgium whi'e' ,-'n" Morri In I..K.- nul.Bi I I pi I.Mis ..iilctH. r"1'

"- a izeu functioning vehicle I for and thoroughly organ- I ins United States minister to ser>thatcountry. the son. effect Osceola:that county so man.chairman of the are various to- :TinTnnipa.:,,''",,,i.i.::;; '.I luiil\; .,r .;Tlim,....,'.. .....M ". .I.._....IIII._- .:.i tal... now on display, and the careful buyer will place orders

orderly marKeurKf. It. county chairmen have asked for iii.H.. Sit ...I", "!"," ,I.c.ti?' TTHlnim ,,,,, ,,," ; ; I
has a tonnage several times as greatas The the completely destroyed the h TIIII'| [ ". Kl.iriilji! t 1"1 at the earliest
that of entire extension' of time for the raising of __ "- -.- ,| moment to avoid any disappoint ,
any marketing agency. It property, including one of the funds for the tit\K a - ---
has done Memorial that the csiti.i. ug 1'1. ,
more than all other per
; most valuable --I
agencies private: librare5 in the iod for accepting donations and i THIN I' Tn\\ v. ment at a later date. We feel that in
I combined to create markets for Flor- stpte of Florida. i i i mernherships KOI': c KM.I: nn "ull,1,i i.i-k| ..g' iii.\ sure every case
t dla citrus fruits. It good work i is restricted I I The Scouts were prepared thev has been extended to December !1-.ti,. .. :_'".sx2ii;, fi-ft. :Smltll.. "I.MIIIIIHn | , -,, ,I I
however, by the fact that did; all 29. ai, 'hiK ,tit h. numtly rl, h lil.n k we can satisfy each prospective
they could j buyer and shall
to sf.\e the '!. HI II.I we the
two other boxeR of Florida .. prop- 1/I.> Alexander i il chairman for! Hiiitalil. I I..r banina r, t-ultini I I ,
fruit .tthpv
are rendered an invaluable Kis'imme3. and 1'I"hl.; 11 liih fall til. ,illli-li' Hull... I ,
I in price competition with box service. The subscriptions may be III hull?,")* .( nil urow pleased if
spirit of > IIUI fruit even
ev'ry I'liee I not
Scouting arosewithin to him you are intending to make a
given or Mrs. . .
it sells. I the boys and Morrison of left r. \ "iii.ii/ \\.ll.-. fulL; it.- }
: they worked! like with U. J. Burrows -- '-- I'I
at the ---
Charges of inefficiency and of lack <;lId veterans in the fire Chamber -
fighting of purchase to have
service Commerce. LOST in
of come and
8" rre sivenes* are made against and demonstrated the'.f I you inspect our fine

e the Florida Citrus Exchange. The the lessons they had ]learned ,; WILSTOny/ ------- I.OHTri:'\ Ix-c- >,. : cl
while! PROVES) : nt I r 15. at ..tock.Ve
chances are that most of these come they were earning their mrr't "badge I| TO HE LESS WILD l'r..Io"I". 'liu?.a a r. on i.. .llv, from non-members | Hpoori n.rk-d II front ,,,
seeking alibis for fo- f firemanship. There of hn II.- ,
I is not I'''lMi ii ,
a nmi k of
ether their own failure to co-operate with son in the crmmunitv whon sympa per Police! and sheriffwee !summoned .- ho), u I 2tulIcIi-, huntlln r,>",-.11,1"1 c't If]nn r. 1 t) n-I t'ii your) ) many friends of the excellence] of our stock and :

I growers.' Some of the chargesmay !! thy has not been enlisted and fro,, Sunday:::; afternoon when the report t it l to thin .ofiio 2-1t' .

originate with members who the ruins there will rise .irculatc'd that two ; tll<' medium
have failed to a bigger/ ;md men were drag-i FOUND prices at which we are selling-and this
actively participate in greater edifice
i the and when the hKtnry tring a woman behind their automo I

1 the real management of local association! of Holy] Cross Church is written the: bile, on the cutfkirtH of town. Ac-, ToI'Mi I \ pair '. rl"'I'W 1 will help us and help .

,, 4 ganization.source of authority in the or- Boy Scouts; will be an itere- ting fording!! to officials of the sheriff's of-J I 'Jo.I Owr.-r) rail at :.-i7u. .i iifllipa .-.- Kissimmee. :
I part of that record. tice the story told i is that I I I \ fin I thlx niitl'i I is lot Kit C .let' -
woman's '
M Whatever the circumstances the I -_ __ __ ____ car broke down nnd ;: ;, I (
board of directors of the CI1RISTM4S 1 : PROGRAM( the two men I'j : .- n,
Florida Cit. I'-I': ; .
1 : AT i were coming/ to town for assistance '() u 'i ;In. IIfll.I>I'II";
rus Exchangeomposed of of FIRST BAPTIST ( for her 'tI" ', I I m
,c the best some 'If LRCII when she jumpol I on the run-I, .:1'1'1 \ (;
men in the state,, I The prol/'ram- fling bonrd, of their car, and fell) off. Tli,.> .., ---
it / .
I owe to themselves and at the Baptist; c''urch' a""" iiii-itinir of. I
to All
Iti I t Florida Sunday three ure said t'i lime been untl..I'Ih Miu-klinlili' ) 1 nf tin- .. SEE THE
remove all night at 7:10:: will llijnk' nf ii SPECIAL
causes for crtilsm: lieSong, influence C'Mint.v x\i'l' l h. 'It"// PRICESIN
or of ibfM
: .f liqucand on Tii.'Hila'
to demonstrate ()\ to the Wot ii, I 11. Ivey I' v .1 "
:1 conclusively] that a*I by the congregation I'nd' W. Jeffriesveve il" t I'i24. al I In.. in tit HI Id I.. ...',
: : arrested .
; : anthem 2-1)It
a matter of the on
fact such by choir, a I. K KKXN.. : ;;
J causes do not 'Christmas ; prayer; disorderly conduct I'aMhli r OUR DISPLAY
exist 1 Th. WINDOWS
E S pugjht to any be definite serious extent. There 2: 9-lfi. by story James as Earl recorded in Luke sin failed to appear against them wom-and ,In "l'iMint\,, ( ',.,".1. I IM-. ..I., 'i. ,ntv, l1'i-| .i IT
I.upfer Jr. nl.! i It i : .
and Snlllvin
r prompt pos Christmas : they were released plaintiff, , l I. ,
itive carols upon $25 nniar THROUGH
procedure to this by the appearance \Vtlniin ALL
children ill f.
end. of bonds. II t Then the i the Sunday school i I l I. I'M.-II-. ,i.'illn S..II..r. PIIIh
bunker the business ; reading, Wilhel- SaliTil'
Ii f the chambers men, | mina Carson '--- --- -- \1.1. WHOM IT MAY : ;
of ; vocal solo .. I-O.VI-KHN!: NHIn -
jT ., commerce, the n wi- "The' ; reading. I Ii. I h.-h\| itUfti t I hi t .. tic
Light of / : nn
papers and all interests the Sky." from i i. i-cnilii, t
affected Ben 2'ith. 1 II2S.!
l by BACK GIVES lit HI o..I..k .
; the prosperity of Hur by Mrs. J. E. Lupfer OUT I. .al the "Ollrlh".e' \ IV
citrus Florida ; i I .. .. ilnor al KlfiHlniI -
j should by the choir anthem'j Plorlila.) I mlnll
get wholeheartedly ; song, "Hark the I offer fur H.ilinn.l.
behind iflfll .
1! Florida:] Citrus |I Angela Sing," by the rant to the blithe! anil, Iii-Nt
_. ....... Exchange, .for the pur1thandlmo t I congregation. .! Plenty of Klnslmmee i hlildt-r' thi-refor an I hi GIVe
.. ...... - - Readers H. pr"ii.>* |-t v of I.a-
Pl.can.. unaer iti If Y'Iliia mar'II..nn nnp ".',,,.a "". ., u......'.... .. .
: ,not less than direCtion I you want to buy 81'11' or trade'anything I You tar Experience i j I i :Number;; 3.i.f 5 397. now- held 'by mf'1"'lr un- \
.J" seven- try a Gazette tM kidney -_ overwork der writ of attfirhmerit; Wish You All The
t1 v. classified Inpnii'd
r ; per cent of the oranges and ad. them- jabovp|' (-aug... Thin the 21nt day In thi of> Compliments of The Season;

grpeiult grpwn in thia aectlon. Quality 'luL Service in I They IltTiimber. A. I). 121.I .
t" )
Commercial { keep the continual .
this I .
mO&Q Ute Printing." strain.Tb. R. FARMER r..
: rbaeof COat and Try The Gazette Job Sheriff of Osceola .

--i1 a i ...l'..:!t" rtaove4 and disorderly citrus marketing growers paid can for be -. . *. sand .paIn pack: Inaygve, oit-4t. snag! ache 4irdeiy! start my hdusework.My County no]

14IJ.i t'uith.,. ffuJt Let they produce what Jt I. department.SF a aa no'ne Urinary troubles may set In. feet bloated badly and.1 had to take W. E.
us have action, the aw "' ) hold of a chair SANDERSON ;
-I E 5, ir ? C, r."Jt..< ,1kn s citIca2.ranpa- Tribune.situ io Itelpil' r PJn.'t" .alt( !1ongerte. --: Doan' with dizziness. I to'heard keep about from falling Donn's & CO

1Ji.. .J: '... Kissimmee Pills and
\ 6cJ HiUv- Wanted > people !grot a supply at
fs'{, '','; ;. G',... The "bet> J .Watch your pre- ....> Ytthnmlaf'rffl lem5d.' :cotton;"ra. ), Slot they .ct.-. IJell "you, how i Drug StoreDoan's promptly reliev f 2
; man Is not infreI' I at de; 'I l ed me'and '.
Ask "
qntty: cent-tuff to you, si.lgbbor. cured m. pletelyr
1urfleddD'en a.. for JEWELERS ...
becauaa .
a.o-t.-1 aomeou aDd prss..s&ni was nJl rollers Mn A. J. Key, 803 I'"Price 60e. at allheal AND OPTOMETRISTS : ,
r.fJ ah 'D street Don't "'
; .
Datwit 5
lC.I..i Hugh.I I simply
u. SSlc for
B :
'. .. '} ..... tJi.- 4 "' a kldner ,remedygD,1 '
'Jl'- _' : : .. ,;. =:i. ni ::1ro 0.-v F- PIII-.the a'I"< ,'
'r.Jr" .. / that
.. -.M ndD same Mrs. '
\ -I. ,lwk.ft.ti :;;.,;.; . bid. Ji'oeU'a Key 26 Broadway WI ..
: .II'. ',. 'J, '. 1 t tt""pitf-. i'W ,-,,,,:," .>,,,,_ ,,' ., ti. .. I Ir"1 ...... II' lau"1! But..i .. Kissimmeet ; i iOfle29: .

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I+ HOWS TttlS .
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r About a"'t' M.ON D. Cailer MONEYT decided .

kis fifteen' acre wmsnt enough PERSONS STORE NEWS

I land. He bought" five acre ,more,
near his farm, paying $550. for the
qCalItli11( five acres. In the spring he sold the

. crops on two acres of that., newly .. .. -

.f1. _ _ ___________ _. purchased within five of what acre" for $500 or
J whole five.$50 He sold he the paid crop for standIng the- Two of Real to

Christmas dinner I ,at JPark, Hotel. x .X4440444' '. *7444444. 4WEATI4ER ,gathering he wasn't it."even out. the expenseof Days Bargains Help

t 15c haircuts, 85cj children *
Shaves. : : "REPORT. This ,he
Casino gather Shop.; itO-u .' . summer raised a fine crop
26c; at : of hay' on the five," in addition to ,
of Orlando Official Bulletin of daily temperature O selling $225 worth" of plants from
afternoon in Kissim and precipitation. furs> seed beds on it. Total so far on, a
spent You Save Xmas Goods
Dished by the Kissimmee Co > $550 investment of $725, and a on
mee. ''
operative. U. 8. Weather Bureau of hay and the most of that from
Station for the weelr '>
Get your Xmas candle and nuts at ending less than half of the five acres.
Bohannon's Ideal Grocery. ,>> Thursday December____ 20: .>. Last week he made ''another sale of
- I standing crops. Again he doesn't
Gilbert in Klssslmmee O Date Max. Min. Prep. >
Elliott was have to harvest' the crops. They will "
from Bradentown Sunday visiting 4 Friday Dec 14-83: 63 .00 4 be removed by February first and he i

friends. i i< Saturday, Dec 1572 64 .61 can then put in more crops. Ho sold J
o-f 4 Sunday Dec 1675 64 .10 4 his crops on the five acres, consisting S Saturday and Monday
The Gazette 4
Numbers! <
Booster Monday, Dec 1778 64 .01 of potatoes onions, beets, and car-
wrapped and ready for mailing, 10* < Tuesday, Dec! 18._.73 59 .00 4 rots, for $C50, or the exact amount
rents each. .._ ,4 Wedn'day, Dec 1975 59 .05 4 which he for the land alone
__ paid a
> Thursday, Dec 2078 62 .04 .--..- --- -, -_. _' n.'_' v. ,.- n_ '
Congressman W. J. Sears arrived .> I year ago. $725 plus $550, plus a
home f'-oin Washington./ Wednesday, '* Readings are nude at 6:00 p. < crop of hay, plus crops he sold in the
m. for the preceding twentyfoul'I usual mak.pretty fair returnson Only two days' of our Sale wantto
I" spend the rhrictmus I holidays with hours. I way more Holiday so we J
an original investment of $550! .
KIfurnily. .. ALLISON T. FRENCH. < 'f
-- - -- -
WV have everything- to eat that Co-operative Observer EVERY WINTER HAT make it worth while for all. .

wnnt: for Xmas. at Bohannon's 444444444s'444 < 44v4 : GOES AT HALF PRICE 4
you --- ,,, __ IK
Ideal Grocery Eat at Dupont's Cafe: tf : L"' ""' ''''' "" '''''''''''L ''''' '
-- And they are going fast, perhaps!
lion. Charles I n. Haines. of Alta I Christmas dinner at Park Hotel! x you have not yet gotten a new winter to :
Monte, who announced his candidacyfor hat or you need another to finish We mention below a few prices picked at random.Ladies' .
go\'erno..ome weeks ago, was a I A. S. Nelson, end son, Walter, spent out the season; now is the time tot
KiKsimmee visitor Wednesday last week Thursday in Fort Pierce on buy t it. Beautiful velvet and duvetyn _' -
business. models in the newest winter shapes, 9 i

t Christmas dinner_at Park mom-I' Fruits of all kinds at CORNER much feathers hand and work flowers,and make embroidery them desirable Winter Underwear, 49c garment We have full line of Cadet Hose in sty!

I GROCERY. Phone.36. 62-tfc indeed and the price reduction ; pants and shirts. Xmas boxes. Makes fine gift.Ladies' ,'1
-- --
i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Leddy, and two a special Inducement. Mrs. J. D.Woodbeck's .
James Goff of Saint Cloud t
wheelbarrow tourists from | was "
children, Hat Shop.PRESBYTERIAN .
Iidiana, via shoe leather, paused transacting business in Kissimmee, ---- -.-
through Kissimmee Thursday. Wednesday.R. CHRISTIAN We have left 19 Poriet Twill Dresses to Handkerchiefs, all colors, 1

Bent farm property for development I T. Stalnaker, of Haines City, ---\-'- close at $8.95 values. . each . . . . . . . . . .1 bc ;'t

in Osceola county. Come let us was in Kissimmee Monday visiting This society is achieving consider-

show you. Nelson Realty Company.* I his brother, J. W. Stalnaker. able experience in fundamental Ladies' Long Coats all colors and Extra: Special : Men's Winter Weight !
church work and it is also ,
Send The Gazette Booster' Numberto havingsome Union Suits long legs and long sleeves
S. R. Chupman went to Tampa today very delightful !social activities sizes from ,
where he expect to open a real Northern Kissimmee.friends and help advertise Last Saturday night was held the Suit . . . . . . . . . . .$1.29
.state office. lie intends to continue regular monthly business meeting f

his business in Kiaaimmee, as well. I L. A. Guessaz, manager of the after which a picnic lunch was served Here is a good one: Wool Nap Blank- We have full line of Children's Sweaters :
Palm theater of Saint Cloud, A special( Christmas program will be
was a
home If you or want farm to fee buy Stanford, sell or, rent.over l,|I visitor in Kissimmee yesterday on five, en December ?3. For this ets, large size for double bed,' regular from 98c each.

Bank of Osceola, Room No. 17. matters of business.If . meeting very attractive posters have price $5.00 to close out pair $3.39 ..' '
I I - designed by one of the mem- ; per 1
Pat Murphy compiler of Murphy's you want to buy. bell or rent, bers. The C. E. prayer meeting is Everything in house goes in this Sale.,

Tourist Guide, wan in Kiaaimmee I home or farm, see Stanford, over held every Sunday night at 6:30: in ,
Wednesday in the interest of his pub- Bank of Osceola, Room No. 17. their room in the church cottage.Visitors Entire lot of Ladies' Hats to close atone Remember:.. Only Two More Days- ',

licntion. Pat is also a delegate for ,I Send The Gazette Booster Number are---.cordially -invited.--- price. Some of them were as highas SATURDAY AND
the national Democratic convention. MONDAY
I to Northern friends and:! help advertise FIRST METHODIST CHITRCHOmitteJ
--- $5.00. Your choice of $2.98Ladies'
Kisnimmee.I from Church Column any one,
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Christmas: Turkey Dinner, $1.00.
Park Hotel. x -- We will be open Xmas Morning a few
I W. C. Bogue, of Bu-hank. spent Rev. J. F. Phillips. Pastor
!Sergeant John-A.-McCarthy, d's- (Maul, night in Kisoimmce with his uncle Silk Hose, per pair . _ 98c Hours. j,
tmguished Spanish war veteran of I and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. S. A. 7:30: n. -Union Sunrise Prayer ,jJ
Meeting in Bungalows
Saint Cloud, Thursday afternoon Bogue.I .
I _ 9:45: n. m-Sunday frhool. J. L.
in KiKSimmee.Spen room modern scat front home (Overstreet. lIuperint ndont.

r court house, $22.r>0. Best buy in 1100; a. m.-Preaching by the pas
You welcome. 'wn. Nelson Realty CompanyJ. '. tor.
are -_.- 6:30: p. m.-Senior I League devo-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bunn arrived I C. Stone, 'I-; ha-" ben' 1 ItinT at .ional services. G. W. Persons Company 'i 4

in Kissimmee from Mount Vernon, I Lakeland for a couple of months is 7:30: p. m.-Pleaching: b;; the pas-
Ohio, Tuesday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sack in Kissimmee again. He in representing tor. r
\" K. Sanderson. Mr. Bunn came I t the Anfreblit: Land C'ompa- 1:30: p. Wednesday. Mid-week]
down foe a few day's hunting.All \\y of Oilando. > rayer tervice.
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kinds. of delicatessen at .Bohann I If you wnnt to buy sell or rent. WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!

oil's Ideal Grocery.Mr. I 'lome or farm' Stsnfo-d over. I .am still prepared to furnish rmnstoroers DOLLAR LIMIT STORE .KISSIMMF'E,, FLORIDA 'J
'lanl of Oscetla. Room No. ]7. with blocks
120 veneer
Bourner of
and Mr* Frank ---
Mrs. Bob of Cordele ''fi-irch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch tY
Newark, Ohio, arrived Monday to Dyer, Georgia
to Kissimmee! 'V..rJr..da\ Mocks, $2.95. Solit for stove-wood .. . .,
-ame ht - ,
upend the winter and have taken .. - -- - -- -- -- r
apartment at Mrs. W. II. Swain's, on I' with Miss", Katheryn McKay. to visit 3.35 anteed 12-inch full for strand; 15-inch Get for and Leonard Herrick were the first home Wednesday night from Wesleyan -*
.fee1- Barents, Mr. and Mn. I). G. ; $3.15. your STAR
Bryan'street. 'winter's supply now. All delivered. CAN SEE THE to arrive from Gainesville, while Mur- University at Macon. ,
McKay ,
Overstreet arrived this morning,
hone 91. J. Bonin. 48-tf ray
Before tires C. G. '
buying aee Tyner and Verne Wilson is expected tonight, Quality Plus Service in Comraen.cial .'
He handle the Giant Tire. Tne Reduced rates for party of ten .
lAX MAN I.OOKS'OVF-R PLAYERS TOMORROW with Burton Ames scheduled for tomorrow Printing, at The Gazette. ** .
price I I. right-the tire I I. guaranteed. Christmas Day Dinner, Park HotelxMrs. "
--- POSSIBLE LOCATION HEREW. The Kissimmee Klub from
Ada M< Perry arrived In Kitsi the Florida State College for Women MOSES FOLSOM LIKES ,;;
F. M. Chute, who spent last winterin mmee from Boston, Massachusetts, .L. Gray sales manager of the High1' School Girls Who Will at Tallahassee, arrived this morn- THE GAZETTE'S "WATCHER"' ..
Kissimmee buying strawberries, Saturday night, and is spending the Walker Jobbing and Manufacturing ing, including Misses Helen Ames,
arrived this week from his home in winter with her nephew A. W. Bai- Concern, of Jacksonville, was in Kisvmmeo Bid For ChampionshipPlay Margaret Brunson, Dorothy Denning, Moses Folsom, veteran writer of
A'aterville. Nova Scotia. He expects I ley, and family. ; Mordav looking over some Orlando Sextette Margaret Lasley, 'Dorothy Miller, Florida's glad tidings, reads The Ga ,
t* remain in Kissimmee for the win :I ,.--- oroperty owned bv the ncein. with Lois Overstreet, Emily Sanderson, zette. The following note from him, "
ter. i I Cars washed and polished at. Gil- a view toward considering its po si Kissimmee will have its first Ada Louise Simpson, Mattie Stan- received this! week, is of interest to ,
bert's Filling Station, 41 Main street. hilities for H factory. The company this nightto op- ford, Thelma) Sutton, and Caroline those who, like him, have enjoyed "
Booster Numbers of The Gazette I x :is a manufacturer of crowns, overalls, portunity the girls',year basketball tomorrow team of Walker. Miss Allene Moon, of Saint reading "The WlatcherV column
wrapped, and ready for mailing, 10' --- shirts etc., nnd Mr. Gray says they see in action. With Cloud, was another Osceola memberof 'Watcher' is giving you some
Osceola School
rents each. I Before buying tires pie ('. f!. Ty- 'cast year turned out one million I High the party. mighty good stuff. I make use of
in victory
-- ner. He handles the Giant Ti-cs. T1"1 ""wns. They employ about KiO peo- their first oVI'r'the game resulting a Miss Johnnie Bronson arrived re- one of them in my 'Flashes of Florida
Mr. and Mrs C. A. Morris, of Oliveburg 2ltE. Stetson University 1"
pip. cently from Sullins College in Virginia Facts' in the Times-Union today 't
stars the local girls have a claim on
Pennsylvania, have arrivedto --- -- --- -- "
and Miss Kathryn McKay got (Sunday, Dec. 16.)
F. IVBusk cirtu. for the the term themselves.
spend the winter in Kissimmee, expe't, "MOTHER 11" IS SPENDING:
and taken apartments upstairs in the Plate university, was in Osceola county FEW WEEKS IN KISS1MME Tomorrow night they will play the -- _nn- ------ ".
l'illey building on Broadway.Send last week. He held a citrus meeting girls from Orlando High, on the local ;J II
_. with County Agent J. R. Gunn, Mrs. W. II. Bndenhoff, who was court. This will be the first' game of f
The Gazette Booster Numberto at Na rcooBl'e. 'known to every service man at Mine the season with a high school team, Beautiful Yard Splendid borbood.6 1
Northern friends and help advertise la flying field and I.ufbery Field, a. and the first one which counts toward
Kissimmee. Send The (:Ia7ette, Rooster Numberto 'Mother B'is spending: a few week, t the championship.With LET ME SHOW YOU .
-- Northern friends and help advertise 'n Kissimmee. She i is, ever'wherento..tinit the prospects as good as theyare
Miss! Johnnie Bronson returned to Kisnimmee.Dr. former service men who for landing a state championship
Kissimmee Sunday night from Sullins I knew her at the Red Cross rnnleensil in Kissimmee this year, the high! I "AN IDEAL HOME"t4
College, at Bristol Virginia, to visit Frank C. Wilson of the !PlatoLivestock those, two fields, and is anxious to school athletic authorities are expect

her mother, Mrs. John R. Bronson, Sanitary Board, whore : "et in touch with any of "her boys' ing the public to come out and give Block-3 Blocks from Business Section
during the Christmas holidays.Mrs. Headquarter are in Leepluirsr, was inl, who are in the vicinity of Ki..immee. their support to the team which will j
Kissimmee Wednesday with County She is living at 17 Mabbettc street. THE PRICE WILLL SUIT YOU
I do its b'Rt.make. these championship -
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Woo ibeck is offering her en- Agent J. R. Gunn. vncinating some reallues.COBUnS'S ':
tire stock of winter hat at half hogs for C. M. Garbett. aspirations Sam L.
price. Call and select one. ---
Home brked pieR, "cakes. doughnuts ORANGE COUNTY MEDICOS HEREON
; I We are R'oin-- to give away one und I Soft on brown bread at Bohannon' -- JANUARY EIGHTH Location 8-Room House f S
Drs. H. S. Brfnson
Geiger, Haynes
hundred bags\ of peanuts and popcorn I Ideal Grocery. and T. M. Rivers attended the meeting For twenty-five years J. A. Co- ; I
to tho first hundred children that -- .
Booster Numbers. of The (;azettDwrapp..tI of the Orange County Medical burn's Minstrels have been presenting ,
come to our store after 2 o'clock -
Christmas Eve, (Monday). B,han- and ready for mailing, 10 Society last Wednesday night at the oldtime and modern minstrelsy for clean and H ,: i
Orlando. established a reputation
non's cents each. Orange General Hospital at a \
Ideal Grocery. A Merry Christ
musical and vaude-
Osceola county was given member- comedy, splendid
mas. John Springer entomologist and. hip in the society at this. mpotin", ville numbers, excellent sinking and

Just a few felts left. Half price pathologist of the University of The Society includes Orange, Semi- characteristic features which make while they last. Mrs. Woodbeck's Florida Extension Division, was inKissimmee nole, and Osceoja counties. them welcome visitors at Kissimmee "fUCttE: : : : ,
Hat Shop. last Friday looking over --- -- each season in their annual vi .its.Tn .
-- -- the strawberry and other crops of SHERIFF FARMKR GETS this their; twenty-fifth annual tour t
Excellent 12 room modern east the county. with County Agent J. R BOOZE INSTEAD OF Til I El-'' Manager Coburn is said to have assembled Another year has passed and we are still having \1
front property in Wichita, Kansas, to Gunn. He was especially interestedin -- and presents the best production :
\chanp-c' for southern Florida prop- learning if anv new strawberry Wednesday' night Sheriff Farmer's he has ever carried. The the pleasure of feeding the public. }i
erty. Value with large grounds, fine diseases had developed. eagle eye spotted a Ford car acting singijipj has always been. maintainedas '!
shade, valuable I location, $20,000. Par- -- suspiciously. His sleuthing sense one of Its strongest feature and Christmas will find us setting the same good':
ticulars to interested parties. Nelson J. A. Barclay, formerly of Kissimmee 'old him somothirg wis not strictly every effort has been made to surpass 'J
Realty Company but now a resident of Orlando, according!: to Hoyle and he came to all former efforts In this'! year's old home cooked turkey dinner. at 12 noon and 6 7
dropped in to "hello" this week. the conclusion he was about ti add show. Many new voices, soloists and
say "
For fresh vegetables call CORNER He remarked, "The Gazette certainly to tho list of automobile thieves strong male chorus with the latest in p. m., with the same chef who has so successfully
GROCERY. Phone 36. 52-tfc does its share of boosting Osceola -aught in Kissrrmse while attempting: fun and novelty vntodeville: acts are tl

Ad county. I read it every week, and to c.o through the city. promised. The reliability of management pleased so many discriminating appetites with his 1i
Gilbert and Lewis Campbell
anyone who reads it would think The said Ford, among other suspicious and its past reputation for
11 rrot back to Kissimmee Wednesday Kissimmee was the biggest town be- looking aspects, did not haven years'! should insure a splend'd per- skill, achieved from many years of experience in 4
night from the state university at tween Jacksonville and Tampa." proper tag. The sheriff was sure formance at the Casino theatre on
( Gainesville to spend the Christmas enough something wan wrong' to take January 8. As" minstrel. Coburn'sis cooking.
holiday with their respective famine i chance and arrested the driver on the show you know standing for all /

I *. DISTRICT BOY SCOUT MEETING HELD suspicion of having stolen, the car. that; is good and new in Its line. Hoping to meet a great many of you on Christ- 1'

A fresh barrel of oysters in the The driver said his name was Leroy
hell Monday morning at Bohannon'* (Continued from Pac One) Ormos and that ib. railed from Fort UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE mas, and! with the assurance that we shall do our "

Weal Grocery ., adopted at the meeting was to "Put Myers. .. > YOUNG PEOPLE HOME AGAINA
e .- Scouting on the asap for Central. Closer'lnspectlon'disclosed the fact best to please you, one and all, I am,
Nelson Realty Company:'reports the Florida,Counett.w.3 that a goodly supply .of drinkingfluid large number of the thirty odd
sale 'of the Cectlvw u. property, Ktssliome'representatives. who Attended of. eonatrubvand. design was in the Kissimmee young people who are attending Yours for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year,
.8T Vine streeVto" Mw.Aas1.- binn, the**, annual meeting 'weratJv cargo.: J Sheriff Farmer mode the arrest college or university in different ,

of Ohie, X..Sh...... tea,,* R Gunn-3egstnaaterU ,. Chap'rirht..WbWti.' he,changed the school have arrived home, for .. ,
ar es>..1-' of,ber:patpe't7..DC!,..Intend math..assistant-seoatma'tIt.nd141.. ; dtaf'lre..4', U h.J visitor from Fort the Christina holiday. '. asa oI ,cE .>B,, ,PAISOl: '

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U I HtGH SCHO'OL."GAZETTE Florida(By is OF a Moses many LIFE Folsom sided llf FLORIDA et'te. It .' FOR '.. ',. .t.

- social side with'all of
hall :a splendid '
| 'VOLUME ii KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 21, ms NUMBER IS its many advantages. The constant '

., ._ succession of pleasant days is calculated Christmas :Cheer
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i1--;;; .::_.............Fred Lupfer .ESS \Y CONTEST'' LANIER;' LITEItARY., SOCIETY k and geniality to give to placidity human nature, rectitude, and I '.

.:/kselstant Editor....Alberta Brunson the Lanier that'Is reflected in societies, associations !
,,\ The following letter was received On Thursday Dec. 6, various kinds. WE OFFER'l,
wl ,, REPORTERS from Rollins College in regard to an Literary Society met in the Auditor stateoandsnation is representedin

w Ninth'' ....._..__......Edwin Barnes essay contest. Miss Leitner stated ium. The meeting was called to order Every Florida. It is the most cosmopolitan Fruit, and all other kinds of

I It Tenth : -__u.____,._Youel Johnson that she would like to see someone in of the south. I .
- II .Eleventh -_ ___ __ _Park Doufrhten/ this school win the medals. The quality by the president' and the roll call coming of people fromhmany CAKESPIESCOOKIESETC.Sanitary .

Twelfth ________ __ .Raymond Tvner in our school is just as good as was answered with quotations from lands they many brought with them their

Music __:__:;_..---I: _Wilson" Lakeland's and St. Aufrustine's, so the famous women Helen Keller, several and particular fraternal and

t NO PAPER NEXT TWO WEEKS let's lee some of y'ou Juniors and Susan B. Anthony, Frances Willard, benevolent ideas. Accordingly thereis
Seniors and win these med
Eliot scarcely order or society of any"
Florence Nightengale, George ; Bakery

Our for paper the next will not two publish weeks for an edition two als. as It well would as mean for the a school lot for: yourself . and Lucretia Mott. Then the minutesof our sort the country not represented<< in"

reasonH. ((1)) Everyone- will be having Rollins College, Winter Park, last meeting were read and approved Every branch of Masonry has its ,

a glorious vocation and will be too Florida. and the following programwas lodge. The Knights of Pythia and BROADWAY PHONE 92Qality

busy to think of walking on the paper Winter rendered: nU Felloes are strong and active.To .
t ; ((2)) There will be no one at Irving Bachcller RonTn.v Chanirters. call off the roll of orders m the .

school, therefore there will be no Park, and author of "The Scud- state would be to name all of the im-
Life of Helen Keller .
'I news. So v.c are now bidding you u tiers," one faf the "best sellers" of I _ __ _ __ ._ Elizabeth' -' -- - -Carter poitant ones, nnd these include the
I fond farewell for two weeks, wishing announced his in- W, 11.V.I .. Elks: Red1en i Moose.\
the again in
veat7"tias : Service
Susan II! Anthony's Contribution to plus commercial printing at the
Christmas and I Gazette
a Merry of
you everyone EngOwlR, Foresters, Kniihts
> tenlion of offering to the hifrh( school Won.en _ __ Joanna Hitchcock
a Happy New Year. : I Columbus. Maccabees. UnIte] WOI k-
-- and girls of Florida two poldniediils What 1".I1I1'e14VilIatd Contributed II)
boy : j men, etcPjit'l'tio.
IIASKKTHALI. j i in order to stimulate interest linn):unity* ---.Dena SnoiliriasHumoroi's orders dare are too, (he --- ..
: Reading Eleanor' Ro 1-1 -
The Ki isi School ill jjiioil Enjli'h: :! : 'in"l .i" ,,"uIHInwr.. Confcdfiati', an''I 1'nnin: \ t'tc-nm "L. am! I
Hiffh (
in moo taro II Life of ;large Ellio. dwut ).",, ">ttt" | .
/hard fought frame of Iwkftl'.ill* at ii'misfVi Flu| . ""':'irding| of tlii"-"- 1 l.if: of l.ui.i, : l 'nghlein! (1"'r re"motive II BROADWAY GARAGEe
Dnytona( Friday night I Kremlin-- i II ( haractirs/ '
I PIIJMM'': | I., I the] continuation' of tVll : i ; ,
j The first, of the jrnmi> wafust+ und IleUn) 1.,11";: "- Ilcli" ('h:'ipninn{ I I of '11i! i |{es'olu'ionirnl, R'- II. .M. t. I. \\\ lliN: ('K. I'roprlrtur.inu
KH.il1lllll' holding I IayI) ,)nato \ 'n.- Ilahch'r: l 1"1'o"I( <' t xihitllli.ii C ., "_ vini'- of tin dlfieiciit wins.
snappy : -" J !' '\ntliony . L"lb i I JI..OWI. I II'
ai: to 0 Xforp. Itoylona puki'tj, 1 up he"? n 1",1 I f at I Kolhiis ('< lli'ifi' all- and!l, \\.illII'I'l: ,I Kuth: II<" /lnivllotenpi I Ildltenval.t'II' T"1] I / :JI ion Women's\ ('till' ,y (. : (; : 1.1'1'0 l ICIPAIR.S.: (;A-!'. OM LS AND Acnssoiins.:
before ( ho first half 1 1looked 'II" over) ind it mill II!.\' for the. pu1-' I tliii1'1. -ears.' H;,- ) ( \i; : '(' \Voalal'Fennel' I i i. a *-t/opg I and mug'' '" rtinn rtyan'/ i- Iin/; 11 I 1'111:11 I II MTIRIIS: : SITPLIKS: AND J SERVICE
HH if she wan going to run/ f.t; > riri1'liot :,nd ( up'e lj I he WI I "'11 li\' two (".Tuliptii.r -, - .. 1 In'- 1 ', '
,, the score to n high number) Tim I 1.11' /11.1 1 :Mutt IliM.i I L'!" I-IKM-\ I line biiildini- th'lOWII.. 'I ho fc"1i {1- 1C1 1 IkIU:( \i| >V.\ > 1'IIQNIs:
first half iiilod! with the score ]11 to i>f \\i. yo< !and l tin. ollitr of Kir'1mil -, Ar'ftl'is IJI'olrIIII.1'- Innit. fully fit :mn 1 i" workutl') .ibmj' corny pear t 230CLASSIFIED

4 in "a 'lonR'" favor : ) tin winur! of mill group will unlined i ] \ tau i r.,en Mii'iniu; : were I tual Ian(=? I )I" cointininiatiiili, nfsshli'll W

When the' ii'friiT'svhitlc!I Mitt, ii'nivc, tin I hinisnnit| (-- old nipila) II 1 1'.1\,1, into I t1 hi, 'nairtv., lile-in-: bille.iilellt. I fol,' t toe. ye
for the second half (10 start Ki'--iiii-. LaY"' ii' l.iKi'l.nil: : High: S howl supplied : tale ill I'l"nV( dirt tmns l-'i'-u: |Io. j j1'tin

,, m"c11> on her toes with a il< h'I' "' the* \\innii, of the hays' ron 11twlnli' t i KISUMLNI : I :'\OTlI' ::-: "r !.. .11sonit.thing from 11.,. (; .\ZETTC ADS BRING RESULTS

niiiuition to win and,, it Inukt* I fur, ) awhile I tl.r.. 11/ 1 K'I'ontixt \\ .is, von l by I' l 1'edi'railci'i, an | Honn' > of the pmposi, 1 i
if silo' for lni-tnii I \.icatnn: his nom,' at ionit' ii's 1).l"I."tl'd| hit'i* bet'
an would every man th,' et t t. .\llfUKt,,, II1O Hlllh\ C "o.1. TI ('n.
.. diiinf /his best tin. In .nil ictfnto' 1 law ini nil the better ..t I
was piling up flue essay'L ust )IJ s' m' iln' hindsof i 1I0.Vt.- can fn. get school fur L

peon n little I I nearer to ])atinia'iBut tli> Ir.e;, <' loner t onmitiri', II I II Ilins I- I. two v.r's. Int whe i iM' curve back: has I 1001)" for the !state '
Kissimmie did not ilu. "II"U'J"corillK ; 't I ('(.llciri', \Virtcr I'.irK. 1'hnriilii I I LIt i nary: musical, sot lal and, busi :,
in the second half to iiink>> nut later thtni ]H((1.* 1.M!) Thr (fw,' r iv i t l h. re.idy to mail'! up 1 ffr lot .le---. i lull':" .iml ffuidime, found, In''

up for thai lost in the filet half Th,- Ksiy" \\ .11 I In': read ly; \ \tininniit\ -.lunr( I'n 1 study until next vacition.: 'ai'h ininmumtv; and nt sv enniers wijlhasc D IILL\Ull\ IoDRYo?!] 1rlfrn t

game ended with the score ]Hi to :2'J: ton whovil! polfi the lii"-t three- i|I 1 Fh" 1-'\ii-limin/ I ar o( tn><'n selling l> ii'e' "o li'il. .f tipporMinit. to "jme" '

in Daytona'a fuvor., The Kiflsiinniee.. VirittPil liv boys amt! the U'-t thro.1' ''I on the grounds and hale paid 1 Hist I the kind of s0i.ifty they take
boys out-playi'd the / III'' : he most in.t'i I electricvasliin interest
Dajtona boy > mitten' liv girls' lusiiii: It II<"M the second! half] ",scoring three molepoints on thoui'ht ori inallly. and ixpit ,' on the new bookcase'nheli 9 I ; = Nrt.
than they ilul.. Kumimmoe expects stint. I is in the hall. We will have

to rot avenge 1'ehiuary ITi, This> contest fs opt n to 'ttidt'nts of ,it all paid for scon.

when Daytona play Ki'simintM-'re. '11111'! 11th and l l 12th: grades of I'lorid | Wo arc fuomisfj a picnic in the I II

j Come cut and root for in hoc'iuse, luc.' ,.,rrhtrJ' ) high' ",'honl. The e."ay' I futuic I 'l M VKK: THIS \ CIIRIST-
II mar but u
we fee] that v.e ale to I it will tome: afteiChrisinii" I _.
goiiifr put must nut c\ii'd l.r)0)() word > in length -
a good team. Although we did not 'I'lie Miio'\ >s..ful conipetUi'! I I th'ee bol'diys.; It wIll I.I <. nmllii" (/ I M 1.\"IJ SI: T

win the ramp we felt HS if we /hid I bos1mil, : three girls, will deliver I tu loot forward to. ,
done our. )lift for only thiee nights' Ih"'J':1' : -" Itt Rollin- ('t>lli>if>. 11'1.- I I A.w > nil know, the carnival 1 n .+s II ,, I I9 )1
pradi. ... Tynt-r was taken mil i'f the 1'" 'w'1'I':! IUI! / StudOntuishng' to v'irre<". The, I I'reshman h'Ktli- tin. i L I,1 : I

last part of the game on account' "f iiiti-i 1 the 'inite-t should wrt Rollinsi I'uunta, n tf, Youth. rislip nd ami | !"

having received four porsonal fouls., j i i ( 'ol1..J' fri' iniinedi.itfly for subjects and Oi)! (( uric. -i nv,( Shop' all did well anare r :

and Johnson wan sulist .tutpi} in his ether, diUiilsrilHISTMAS. we well repaid for our l.ilior1Jolinns I I Prices unlil today $165
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Forward: Tyntr Johnson/ and PROGRVM: Wines: How many year- I I

Bandy; center "ohulI1 i ; (guard, ; (, i'alII nun, live without II lirain : I II '
Harris, Lupfer. i This ;.ft('rpoon in the high" school] i: Mr Howen: I don't I.noHow'' I II .
riclilcii, nun\ ,he Lanier 1.itvary So- 'old are you ? NOW $155

JUNIOR NOTES I fietv. and the Henrv W. Gratis(! ))e- 'i I I
F ( -- - hat inir ( ':lul) w'l'l: hold a joint nn (.tiny I Imyle> D.I ) : Do you serve 11-h hcrf"Waiter. ,, ,
The Juniors Fashion Show was one a'ld 1 the following! program will! b' I : : Yes, "ir. Sit down we I
( f the most popular attractions of the rendered' :: serve anybody t t I rC

I high school carnival. I Sung by the school.Scripture I
Everything the Juniors undertake :Miss Leitner. The First Cra'k- SELL YOUR FARM !

I is a success. I IJialoirue! "A Home Scene in theChaplain's I Richard Bandy : Are you fond of Through the World'* I -1-m SALE 11'11'-
Everyone enjoyed the Fashion nuts ? T.nriri AK-nry 36.s00.a1.-a ndthouandfl to
Show and / I Mary S : Is this of w..log buYer. '
we promise the play "Clar- a proposal ?
Characters _. prove right\ nn 'h.t.. No rharirn fur llnllnff. ]
'Mt : better.ence" to be equally as good if not Meg, Frances Bailey; Jo. Rcbekah Miss: I.eitner- had just finished- talking withdrawing or advert lulnn <'.1I' or writs JOHN A MCCARTHY

I Chasm ; Amy, Evelyn Style, ; Beth, about prehistoric animals E.: A. STROUT FARM AGENCY Inc. I
p The Junior class wishes to thank Marian Graves when

Geneva Roberson for so kindly helping I Recitation; Irene Earl Babbitt asked, "What kind of FARMS ; ; -
Spence.Christmas animal was it that fJROMIS.M: > CITY d
the had a neck likea .
!! Junior class with the Fashion I '-. -
Tree and '-
Presents Sari: Electrical:
Show. I ; giraffe and an elephant like I

____--___ '* .Claun- ::Udith. _'McLean.. . _ _. !>body: _. a PROPERTY HANDLED Dealer '
and Contractor
-. t! _n
_ i POULTRY EXPERTS AND ADDED CITRUS st'uinpnt It is so( excessively) minute er -hown any tendency of going broody -- [{ DRiV ; UU;

!fi .) FLORIDA COL STAFF. OF AGRI. upon that our whatever atmosphere effect must: it may be completely have- the, l being time. everlastingly on .the job all'. ALBERT T.RE. Representative i-sctrttc, l.- l I weahlnO. 1 11 .-- 11. 1.t .".!mac- -. .. hiinVT ; ST. (CLOUD) FLORID \

Appointment by the board of r'on- swamped and obliterated by I I i, "Another hen, out of the Fame: ,
Mai t: trot in the Florida College the enormously greater' effects of so.larenl'rgY""I' [male, laid an average of 190 cggn. for Room 4. Post Office Building

*, I. ofetAgtlcultureeffective within', the ; I.:' t" ., I. " [the ,,,same year and from :.heryeggs' "

last'few'weeks include specialists\ lI f in and, hlt'IsAtruethnttheput the sun upon, the: !., of..! t11P.mo1n' I caniejyflxf pullets i hatched (tin j,A pria> o{ \in..i'' .!" ,, -' 1 ..

III two of Florida's leading: industries a tide in the atmosphere produces -] ; havinjf'ta their crt"itf; ) for !KI< <
r O
atmosphere much the first 25
and citrus
culture. I days of November t
; the i-de; In the an D
H. B. Lnn (nn. h.' s I been .
t \ ini>1urrd.] .mil it
I ceinber 1 as poultry'spec+al I st witS i, : HP"the- ,pen i.f _7 \prl 1-h "h
i ii"n' to h. .
IT s iniitinnt 1 1J
1l1 the ( 11 ::ri-d mil r
i r, agricultural. extension ilivisi .n, w.;i'i tiniiltprnatp nip pulirt-, t'l- average for the first :
headquarters at CuinsvilU; lie will oxp.indir, and d.iss .?.f :\';o'rnbt":1. I II I
I' work mainly with and -"rinkl'IL' of I'P': Htnio-phtip ilu t') "ne i ,',.II,, I died I, but they! .egir- |,
", through thi( /Lent njr l Ioy da J ,, and! rooliiv11!' I 1I\"a ', wa I j You Can Now ..
und by night t fig'in!
home the entire
demnnvtiatiun t.,.. ' :JT birds, i > Safely Hold
t tde,
(.; agents throuvhout the st.'tc, and/ i is !' l I"f "t In *p-> .>x. henceIt /1 1'ioducing, eggs in tin1niamt'r. :
no I'.al hut-
?I ready anj willing di, 'o-t when' t H'111' '
to (
> nnythinir ill' I >. I I.r' ill I htarrc and high' in YourFrlitrorHi
any way that will lie for fie'' "ilr\ and \'t.t" I Imi mire., n sshai, the noultrs' I herP i ') '
t up ""no(. militated,! hv the p
building/ / of in the state. position of have reasons to be ;: j i .
poultry (the iiiiiar encouraged] - - -
I Mr. I ore-rent in the |
evening over the lesults .
L' (
a soulheiiie-l h being secured"
j birth, adoption and piefcreiie Dur-n'akv'1 amid/ u host of ether!', notions, as -- --- ,_. -- !. :M.uiv JTIOWIT111 C'alifiiiiiiii u

jl inn ,the last six years. he has been -oiiimni.' file moon \\nth tin wijthr.., I nn in I. tul FI..d.. ;! bade foinuJ: JrOh'uter
ex l are: ni'rtlv' ;idly, 'to : 'iraiK< vvlni'li imrtaMs !'
tension s iprstituinMo: "n 'L lln > \alu
"I t the
poultry I
specialist for :
Arkansas (
where he popularized jh'l't ,M "on'itiips. sad) to t h i' rond.IM Baby Slept All. I t" conn oi) not.Assured \\litthcr u freeze
poultry and a
; > to fr" -t. 'I IIP fart .
made is 1
an enviable moonlight !
self. He comes reputation for him flight( liT also clear nipht". and Night and Woke I II .
to Florid"'f'lI of
quail it is the ab )protrdmii] tlic.v, ,Barr
enee of clouds to hold
tied and not thepresence their
recommended for this work tl1'r'f"1 !longer and
of I iht n'oon, that r"yo' With ( wait for tin- nio-t) 1 can
t t Arthur S. Rhodes has been employ s theloccurrence a Smile :ii lthHllla< .r( HUH n'slrket.I '' .
t i of fiosts i
I i ed by the experiment station to study I' by permitting n I

a 'l the citrus diseases known in th. ensi 1 rupid loss of heat from. the earth.cHILDREN's i I II I In the overt of freethe'. lio.ilrts. :
coast rf the That not only vac fruit
region state as "blight" Ttrlnmi. tho wonderful laxative coinrrmnds unusual) which naturally
6 or "wilt.I! lie, has COUGHSarnxuLIVO I pru('rt!, but pre"--ei\ >
I been' in the state I and 1 stomach corrcctivp, is tho profitable ( friiit-hcarinK wood insuring
several weeks but began Children's thriifit* Rnfi-t, TOps in the oars
Jt work of- nro lirnte and) in.'dlcinfor I""plngl'ahi"R & immediately. ftillowitiR thus
tidally on December 1. His employ' I| tlii-j- urn. ,lu\ o-l I'l.iv, ut N' )h".1 i/r work and ,i hlldrcn healthy fs ( on IIIMv! i.1 v double IQ gain in place of a double loss.) effecting a
ment was made possible I ; to chilling ilinftH, ITOMII, by the
: by the co- their little bodes I hunilroiln nf lt-n, rii
ope'ation of some of the well.known, I oriTflse, th.' arc ovrrheat'ii! from OI1"t""tly\ 1",111gr"oIv'd> 1 from h'I', Yon
y tool 1 oO 1 too can) 1 SItV: '
E (
in qnifk and\ l">y and grateful; \otir }Sro\-fl'uit
growers the southeastern counties, cold] sits i... 'J'lie ipjiiiite' ;. a I ni(>tticr< who have : bud and IJlo sm-and make the
Brevard 1 "' jour child. t" en It to their little in\t'stnwnt in heaters small
(county ominoMii's' ones. ( and labor
growers o fiuirli
,5 putting pet bultli ray assured
up n ) of I I returns! f
two-fifths of the expense. Ioiiardi's ('Oil':" Syrup (Crcuitoti'il, ). .Am ii 'I 1 Dr. Rhodes is a native cf IViincvlvamu !- It i ii good: for tliililren's ililifiite I A. A Harr. Jtoult 2, Clj > too, \.i] r.-:; lneestigate-ASI for
in whuh throats, protei the, lnnR, who writes: "I begun irlvlnn I < a demonstration in
state rsiw" TLCIIIInu
he riot \oiir
received t i I ; just grovehere
mo- 'plili'Kiii, and to see how eiisil you
; my baby and may
of his education HP 1quu'k: ri'lipf A nil/ 8 months awl, } (1,4'81,1the
has .
made tie> iarinless, fnfp I ki It improtdkinucr
pt Coke
pl Study of remedy for teeth and may
plant diseases his oiijrliK, eolds. I fJ\i.I" pperatid. Send I triiie| | croup whonpinK "lip might/ bp in the coupon.Skinner .
: work both crying end
in college cough and brou frrltinsr
and in <'hitis
) practice. -that l IH all iii)
I liculing uand at lied
I has done much valuable and KooihinK. Fine for IM '-'Iv..i
1 mv'! tlII' j For aide adults too. him u dose of Teothfnn and ho (J
Rational work with nt jour ilrusuist. would
the "
federal do sleep line and wake liii In the mornIng -
: I Missouri of agriculture and with the w 1th tt smile."
\ experiment station. HENS: mun.; 'I'() LAY WHEN
technical Hit EGGS( ; Tcfthlnn Is sold by all IriiR-elfti". Machinery
Aim Hlf.H
publications Co.
cover a wid'range '". IN ('RICEI' !: or send SOc to the Moffott Iaboratorl t'
i of subjects and are considered" '' What <-., Columbus. Oa for a n..kaJe- ''
: authoritive by the lending specialists poultrymen want most is a and a free booklet about BOX ])19 St
R of the country.MOON'S hen that will lay lots of eggs when babfea Dunedin, Florida.

u t __ eggs are ordinarily Htarce. Tho hr..L l liaR
\ It's Good Points, Too
iiifr wolk in poultry at the; Florida; ; Some
one has
INFLUENCE expressed the .
NEGLIGI College of Agriculture opinion rit-f n"
been that
directed the
BLE letter
ill Skinner
MII'hln. 4
BUREAU j to that most un- ry Company
very That .
I it is fortunate letter in the English iJuiirdln, Florida
succeeding is indicated alpha- w ?
Modern science is unable to find by the following bet, because it is always
t statement by Dr. N. W. out of cash, Send
any evidence Sanborn forever {Information
that the in about r,
'!' moon affects profissor debt never out of 'I heater qulpnant
l of danger, gulrvd to r.-
the poultry protect
n weather to an appreciable extent "We have husbandry: and in hell all the time. For my aro.

l .l why and unable it conceive The movements of any reason of the same Rhode rooster Island a and Red non-selected hens four, all out pen of of the 11 reason of, he the overlooked letter so we the call good his some fortune attention -- 1 haw . . . . . acme In grows Variatiss, r

1 kinds atmosphere that give us different These hens have laid different hen. : to the fact that "E" is never . . . . . . . . . . .
2,266 .
of weather all involve the expenditure the Year eggs for war, always in peace and never in \ '" . . . . . . . . . .
ending October
of an immense amount of 31, last, a prison. It is the beginning
In the yearly average for each hen of ex-
energy form of heat. Such en- (pluto 206.9 istence, the commencement of Nam. . . . ... . . . .
Jbe .
ergy comes to us from the sun, and "Their mothers exact). ,and the end of trouble. Without ease it . . . .. .. . .. .. . .. "
its varyingeffects averaged 170 for there
depend mainly up- year, under identical a would be no life, no heaven, no Addr... . . . . . .
the . . .
on conditions. .
t'I J varying positions of the 'earth This increase of 35 sleep and no eats. It is the center .. . . .. . .. . ..
a. it revolves fggs is signifi of
around the honesty
$ I sun and ro- .cant. love perfect and
i 1 tates on its axis. The moon has no "In without it there would be r
heat of its own. It merely gives off November of last year (which -Exchange. no League.
} into spice that was included in their year's
which it receive
1 from
the son, and a small fraction ) these 11 hens laid 110 eggs. "I've 'SKINNER E
t. '. reaches the earth. fb*> amount this of During And in December the they laid 177 eggs. kitchen."come to fix that old tub In the 1\\ ..
heat first 10 month.
we receive' from the of this
moon has
eeIa. 1ea.und with .Terjr delicate in- calendar"Six of year these they laid 1,978 eggs.' "Oh?, mammal! Here's tbe doctor.

eleven hers ba.JI.sv11 to lie the took."-Exchange.

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00000000P! 00000,.1.. .,.Ci' hereunto' at my hand and affixed my FLORIDA WILL ADVERTISE BOK PEACE AWARD FUG IN
Notary-Seal thl Uh day of December, r I HUGE 4\\
Advertisements A.' D. 101$. W..J.NELSON. 3 I Pertaining To Churches IN NEW YORK) DAILIES JURY AT WORK SCOUT CELEBRATIONTwelve
Legal | Notary' Public, ttateof Fle da.p13r4' 0
C< ml.lon expire March llth, The executive committee of the The jury considering the Bok peace hundred and fifty uniformed

0a.00040p0 .++*..... FfBST BAPTIST CHURCHRev Florida Development Board has au- award plans, -in the hundred thousand Boy Scoots fifty complete companies *

'In. Circuit Court for the 17th Judicial thorized Florida dollar competition which closed November participated in the ceremonies
a advertising
.w TUB rovtrrv COURT ii roB 0"CHO1 OOOMTV. FLORIDA.rrHB Oaceola County. In chancery.. ArthurQ. palgn in the New York dally news Elihn Root 'chairman James Guthrie Detroit 4n Armistice
OUL.K FERTILIZEH.lc01aPANY! Adams, complainant ".. Eva A. ' 9:45: a. rn.-Sunday SchooL, Cat ; Day celebration
a corporation ..orlJan.d"d; *xlt *, respondent Divorce. Order for son Farmer superintendent.. Growing papers during period 4)f the Florida Harbord;'' Edward M. House, EllenF. which was 90 feet wide and 160 fee
tug under and by vlrat of th. LAWS Publication. THE) STATIC OK FIdIt14 classes for ail State. Exposition.: ,,, Madison. Square Pendleton\ Roscoe Pound William long. Seven and one-half miles oC

of the State WILLIAM of Klorlda.I.TNO.plaintiff.alo vs. DA TO: Eva A.. Adam. Medford Ma.. 11:00 a. ra.--Sermon the pastor Garden New York February 16 to Allen White and Brand Whitlock thread were used in stitching together

CAPTAIN known as CAPT. W, tTNO., Pefnd required l appear Tou are to commanded hill In above and Subject "If Kisslmmee fail religioailr. 24. The campaign will be supervisedby hope to make the- selection by January the 1,261 yards of ,red. white"and

ant aNotlo. cause on the 7th day of January A. D. will Kissimmee an advertising committee composed 1. Immediately thereafter, what. blue materials : ,
1I Is hereby slv.n hat the 114. WITNESS the Honorable C. O. and of F. C. Groover Jacksonville ever plan is selected by the jury will .

.cI.y xbov of entitled November.ault A.'wa D. IMt.on tbo In.titut-SOth the Andrew seal,of a.said Judge Court of above at Klaalmmee.Court and "Christ mereially, the ,Wonderful economically Sarfor.T"" or G. Ware Leesburg; and William,IL. be presented to the widest poulblepublic DAILY CITRUS MARKET REVIEW

84 bY' attachment; that summon ad Oeceola County. Florida, this the 4th 6:30 p. nu-Senior BT Y. P. V. Wilson. Panama City. I for consideration and for a-
pondendum was Uud ...In.t Captain day of December A. D. llll. 7:30 Special Christmas> The display of Florida products at vote. This will be don not only In keeping with its policy' to give
m ,
Urn . al_ known. p. program.
William :J. L.
OVBR8TRKET.: that exposition by of the FlorIda through the but also
'CantW.. L'nlJ. tb. defendant In aald A* Cleric of- above Court. Augmented chorus and ChiI.dren' many press, through its readers the best obtainable ia both"'tbut returned by the Sheriff of (Circuit Court Seal) I.4t choir. counties through courtesy Mr. i the activities of eightyeight'nationalorganisations news and features The Tampa Daily''
.r>.Mola County inrvd. th. d f..nd. 7:90 Wednesday. Prayer Ringing, of Sarasota, Florida, and which form the Cooperating Times has arranged to give ,Ks patrons -
being out of tb. Dtat of Florida: In the County Judve Court. Oaceola p. New '
ant York City, in furnishing free Council ofh.. American letter from the Florida
of Attachment ha be.o meeting.
that aald Writ County. Florida In the Matter of the
paid Sheriff on the following.deaerlbld Relate of"C. L. Hyatt. Jr., and Jackson I -You will Ilk. this church.' A welcome space will make the Florida advertising Peace Award and which have made Citrus Exchange. will
Real K-tato belonging to Mendall Hyatt, minor.. Notice of ap. as cordial. sunshine awaits much more effective than .if published exceedingly deflnit arrangements for contain 'an nIk1 This the
aid defendant altuato, lying and be. WHOM to sell real estate ,TO ALL, at any other time, and the ad. submitting the winning plan to everyone condition of the citrus market: meA
In Oc..ola County. Florida, to. IT MAT -CONCERN?: Notice yon.
liur also will of their members
vertising to direct for consideration
serve at

wit! : hereby given that the undersigned I will be of interest and real servico to
Tb. aouthweat quarter (SW%) of Iruardlan .f the eetate ot C. .... Hyatt. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev. tendon of the public to the exhibits, and a vote. Tb total membership every grower' .
th* Bortbeaat quarterof(N8tt) and Jr.. and Jackson Mendall Hyatt, ml I thereby riving them increased adver. of organizations that bar al.ready The subscription 'price of The Time*
the woit half the *outlv norm will on the 7th day of January Albert New M. A. Rector tising value to the counties which arranged to take a "referendum" .
In Florida by mail is T6 for a years
...... quarter of Section T. Town. A. D. 1 14. apply to th. Judge of the
..,1. 1' couth. Ran_ 1* east con. above Court for authority to ...11 tb.Int.r..t 10:00 School. participated in the exhibition. among their members on the $3 for six months
of said minor in a. m.-Sunday AU correspondence to plan reaches far into the millions
1. ltd acr. the South relating reservation Subscription orders should be addressed
levTed upon a. the: property of Captain .0 feet of Lot of Block 1 of S. A. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer, and of space at the exposition They include the most powerful in to Circulation Dept., Th
ILynK, the defendant In the Roblnon'. Revision of Roblneon sermon by the rector.
Brother Addition to the Town of KI.. should be directed to P. T. Strieder dustrial professional, civic,, fraternal Tampa Daily Times, Tampa, Florida.
7:30 and
'l3ow.CVhVrefor.; ybu..the, raid Cap.. .Iramee. Otoeola County. Florida, ac. p. m-EveDln. Prayer.. general as the and religious (all faiths) organizations IrttM
tale William Lyn. alo known a. cording .to>, the recorded pUt thereof. sermon by the rector. Florida "relent! Board has no .in the country
defendant and all other This the 7th day of December A, D. 7:30 -Wednesday.
CaDt. W. L.ynir., : p. Litany official the exposi Bundles of old paper are for salt.
are hereby re. U... GRACE F. HYATT. .
per.on. Intereeted. and address.
quired to personally i be and appear to A* Guardian for C. L Hyatt Jr. tlon. Gazette Job Department can turn at the office of T'h. Gazette jOe
paid action at the Court house In the and Jackeon Mendall Hyatt Minors PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH out any kind of job printing you de Better ret them while then U a stock. t
Otty of Klaelmmee Oeceola County. W. B. CRAWFORD, READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE sire. .* Call at one; they'll.. be cheaper.'
Florida on the Rule Day In March A. Ai counsel for Aiardlan. tt-4
D. 1M4. that being Monday the Ird Rev. W. H. Drench D. D., Pastor .---------------. ----- -..------
-day of the said month else Judgmentwill HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
be entered against you by d. 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. Prof.D. .
fault and, thl. cm.... will proceed a* 'Weekly from Home Demonstration B. Shaver, superintendent.
required by law and the Rule of I'rao* -
line of this Court. SpecUIlsU. Tallahassee. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship. .
WITNESS J. 1* pveratreet. Clerk of 3:00 p. m.-Junior Christian. En l\ '
the County Court of Oaceoln County Jelly Roll deavor.

A.Florida l>. 1111 nil thl J.BOth of November. Materials: 1 cup of lifted flour, a 7:30 p. m.-Evening Service. l<

Cleric County Court In and forORcenln cant half teaspoon of salt, grated 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer
County. Klorlda. rind of 1 lemon 2 eggs beaten lightly and Bible service. MM.

.Attorney for IMnlntlff. 63-tt cup of sugar, 1-3 cup of hot milk 1 1glass tice.

: of jelly a little powdered sug Visitors will find a cordial welcometo
.',,'rtc'T: I are a home-like church.
Notice FOR!. hereby. given that the Beat the sugar Into the eggs; sdc _
dernlanrd will to lh. un-I lemon rind add flour which has been FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I a'q' y
of the Slate of Florida\ at T..II.h... sifted with baking powder and salt; j1 II ll s/r. 1
on the Tenth day of January.Incorporation A. D. add milk last; bake in buttered Rev. W. O. Hornbaker Pastor
1PI4. for Irttem patent. cloth
the Hank of Klimlmmee. under the fol. ping pan and turn out on damp I 10:00: a. m.-Bible School. C. E.
lowing propound charter. the original spread with jelly and make into a Yowell
nf which !I. now on tile In the office of roll. Dredge the with superintendent.
the Secretary of Hlale of the laid 11:00 a. Communion and morning -
t.t. of JI'1orlda. sugar. worship. Sermon by the minis _
ITNR88 our I1522 name: (hl. Tth day of Florida Sunshine Sponge Cake tor. Subject: "Good Will." Mrs. -M-... _ern./aM.-.e---t-Pea.a- -s-----SS.---- -

December. A. H. M. rANN Materials: Yolk. of 5 eggs, whites Hornbaker will sing "Sancta Marie."

M 1. HTOUT. of 7 egg, 1 cup of sugar 1 scant cup by Eoure.

It. S FLOYD.I.YI.FM V. HTORT. of flour (measured after sifting five I 6:30 p. m..Christian Endeavor.

I! t' MIL.LEIt.PRUI9MEtI time.) 7:30 p. m. Sermon by the minis-
Beat the yolks and set aside; add a ter. Subject: First Chapter Rerela 1u1r Rei1 Jb..6f 5} Kaioivi>>
(ARTKR OKHANK : pinch of salt and one-fourth teaspoon tion. Mrs. Hornbaker will sing

und.T.titned OF KIHKIMMEKThe Incorporator her..- 'of cream of tartar to the whites, and "These Are They" from the 11011'City i

by a..ocl llIt. themeelvea. together for beat until' very stiff; add sugar and by Gaul.
the f of brooming Incorporated beat thoroughly eggyolks and 6:30
nurpo p. m.-Monday. Christmas "
and by virtue f or nil n of[ the a corporation La... of the under Htate and...rFlorid. beat lightly; add flour and stir in Tree and exercises. A.g'O .B.ir1hm' Wa er

.. with and under the follow Inn gently; flavor with lemon extract; 7:30 p. Wednesday: Prayer
proiioeed charter bake in an ungreased pan and allow\ meeting. Subject: Ninth lesion in .
I' it to cool in the Inverted
The name of th.. corporation shall pan. the study of Evangelism.
b. the Hank of Klaelmmee. and It. Four Eggs Sponge Cake Visitors invited to all eenl'eB.
Place of t.u.lne.n .hall be lo the City Direction.: Four eggs whites and Without the of Espiri- '
campaign owners
of Klaalmm-e In the County of Osee- yolks beaten together; 2 teaspoons of SECOND BAPTIST CHURCHRev. any ,

| oIL and the Htate II.of Florida baking* powder added to 1H cups of to Santo Springs have, for many years, been sending
S. I.
Smith Pastor
I The general. nature of the buelneae flour one cup of sugar one cook. water from these health-giving springs to hundreds of
to be transacted by thl_ Company)' ahall! spoon of water a pinch of salt
he Hankinsbuilneae aa folium. \ la. with That all or the a general rl htpower .. Flavor. Bowen.9:45 a.superintendent.m.-Sunday School. R. A. people throughout Florida and other states. And in re-

and privilege. granted and _ Brown Stone Front Cake 11:00 a. m.-Morning service, first turrj have received hundreds of letters telling'of the ,
conferred by the banking lawa of theI Dissolve U cake of Baker's chocolate and third

I Ithe State orBanliatlon.of Klorlrta. management and l iwe governing and control and a level teaspoon of soda in a 6:30 p. in Sundays..-B. Y. P. U. cures that have been attributed to Espiritu waters. No ",

I of banks and by all .".>...qu.nt half cup of boiling water and set 7:30 p. rn.-Evening service second doubt there are people right in your home town who can
f LAW and amendment thereto enactedIn aside to cool; V4 cup of buttr 2 cups and fourth Sundays.

I"organisation the Slate, of powrre Florida and reirulallnethe management. of brown sugar H cup of sour milk 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer tell you the value of these marvelous waters. ..

lot 2 well beaten 2 of flour;
Kanklna Companies cups meeting.
III mix wells then add chocolate; flavor Consider how much greater will be thb sale of Espiri

|acid The corporation amount of shall the capital be TwentyfiveThouaand stock 01 with vanilla bake in three layers and CHRIST'S CHURCH tu water when the Nation and its people become acquainted -
be put together with white frosting.
IHllara. (f.ft.OOOOO to i
llvlded Into Two hundred and fifty (Pentecostal) with its curative powers through the aggressive sales : ;;.4
>hare of the par value of One Hun. Farmers are urged) to display their Brack Street at Oak '' I : i'H'...'
red Dollar (fIOO) each to be paid' farm products at the various fairs to 3 :' campaign which is now being pushed by Espiritu SpringsIncorporated. ... {,,''
W. Milar
4 II cUb. IV. I be held in Florida during. this fall and Superintendent .. ? . '' 1. ." >/;.,:'..!"''t;.

The term for which said corporation winter TheM competitions should bean 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School. '- t""i'I' w. ',.\ '
hail eilet halt by.perpetually. incentive to a farmer to seek to 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by pastor. . ".. i <'..I .'"::1", This .corporation will earn profits, not only fromJ"fJ')' :" ,'1I'!'''' -"' ,

The buvlnea and affair of this improve the quality and type of his '7:30 Inspirational Singing
p. water sales but from hotel a sanitarium a pavilion a
ompany ahall be managed and conlucted products and market experience Praise, and Testimony ,
by a Hoard of el* Directors who shows that the additional of Harbor and from
franchise for the
han be elected annually by the .toek- care necessary 8:00 p. m.-Sermon by pastor. water city Safety ,
olden of this Company at their an. to raise a crop above the ave 2:30p m.-Tuesdays: Women's Bible sales of its subdivision properties.
ual meeting to be held at the placef 'rage is always a profitable financial study. Pastor in charge.
...I_. of this Company. In thetty investment for the when the I
of Klealrnmee. In the County of growers 7:30 p. m.-'ueada: Bible Study. If participate in the income from Espirito Santo
>..,..*.. and State of Florida duringhe returns are counted. A farming-com- Sermon by pastor. you
first fifteen 4&)'. of January of munitv profits collectively as well as 7:30 p. in-Thursday: Weekly Springs Incorporated, you become one of the beneficiaries -
aeh, after. thl Company ahall be
year individually from the reputation it Prayer service.Communion
,i ully authorised t* commence buslr can establish for fine products and service first of the SIX POWERFUL PROFIT PRODUCERSowned
r**: iand by a Preaident and one or Sunday
tore Vlce-PreeldenU who shall belectod the fruit vegetable poultry dairy each month. Foreign Missionary offering by the corporation, in which many of Pinellas
by the Board of Directorsfrom and livestock exhibits at fairs are the taken second Sunday each
b* Board of Directors, at the same the best sort of advertising. month at evening service. County's most substantial citizens and financiers are '
lac, on the Same day and Immedlateafter -
std Board ef Director hall Come Pray, Believe. All welcome. heavy investors.A .
elected by the atooaiholder: and the Cad (home on vacation--"Oh,

rd et l>tre..tora may Caebler appoint and a such S 00- Father! Why didn't you tell me you KNOCKERS beautiful illustrated and other literature -
ary. Trraaurer. newspaper
had those benches? John andI
bar officers and .. be
employe may After God had finished the rattlesnake and historic facts
eary: I'rovlded. That the office sat on one and John got paint on containing many interesting

Secretar be cemblnrd Treasurer lo one and and the Caahleray acme his trousers.Pelican. the toad, and the vampire He about Safety Harbor, the springs and its curative waters, twill

I had some rotten substance left with
be sent absolutely free request.
VI. which he made the knocker. you upon
Until the offlcrr elected at the flrittnual
meeting of the stockholders The knocker is a two-legged animal SEND FOR IT TODAY
all be qualified the bualnean of said rjTEIs with a cork-screw soul a waterlogged ,
1 rporatlon ahall be conducted by theIlowing brain and a combination backbone
named offlcwr: of and pl
U H. ledge President: M. I. Stout composed jelly ghie. t
p rat Vlc.-I'r..ald.nt l ; II C. Miller 8cVlce.Prenlilent Where other people have hearts he
d : Stratton I. Story. carries a tumor of putrid principles.
shier: an<1 H H. Floyd and L.ylee Vory .
and K H. Oed<<.. M. I. Stout H. When the knocker comes down the
.Miller and Stratton C. Story Dlrec- treet honest men turn their backs, Espiritu Santo Springs Incorporatedi
.. the angels weep tears in heaven and
VII. the devil shuts the gates of hell to i
The hlRhect amount of Indebtednemother
liability to which the acid. keep him out. No man has the right
rpnratlon hall at any time subject in knock as long as there i. a pool
elf hall be limited and defined bylion of water deep enough to drown his Address Box N
U U. of the Hevtaed. Oeneralte
of the State ot Florida .. I body.) or rope to hang his carcass.
I ended Innamee 1A21.! Judas Iscariot was a gentleman
Vlu.he compared to the knocker for,, after S t.
and realdencen of the betraying his Master he had charae- "
>crlber. and the amount of capitalk / .
aubarrlbe l by .each are an fol- ter enough to hang himself. The i I 1 /
*: NUMBER 0VMR / knocker has not.

i''' > )>e.KKSIDKNCE.. KlBslnimee! Flo.KHAHKrtVether .._ .10 your investment "Laugh and the world laughs with Safety Harbor / :I

II. ledge Kl 1..lmm.... Fin.. .31f protected ? you; knock and you go alone: for a /
I Miller. KlBdlinmee. Fla... .. __ :20 cheerful grin will let you in where ..
)I ea V. Story Klimlmmee, Fla... 40 the knocker is never known."
\ A. \VvllB Klealmmee. FU.. __ I You know how much your / .
, ',, I. Stout I< 1<..1 mm..... KU...:SOKloyfl. J. P. ;M. Florida '
H. KUalmmee. Fin-----.2n new home cost you, yet fiN /

. nerd Willi....... Klnnlrntnfe, Kin 20 may destroy the house before Practical control measures for stem ",
t M. !I'fann Klmlmmee Fla.. In move in. If that happened i
I. you end rot of Florida "oranges and grapefruit /
Trees, Ki.Blmmee. Kla ._ 0ti.
MoKni Klimlmmee. KU.. 10 would you lose the home and have been developed recently by '. #
F KrlbbH Klailmmee Kla .- 5 its money value too? It is scientists in the U. S. Dept. of Ag] ,-
y DcnnlMir, Kllielmmee. Kin. ._ & wise to protect your investment riculture. The most discovery ,
) Important -
art R, |idel.' | Klimlmmee. Fin .- .-_ It from the start it r .:.. i
""n I.. Story. Kleiilmmee. "Kin. 20 very in this connection is that removing C'
> h: NII'I.h'h., !, Klaiilminee. Kin 5 with insurance in the Hartford the small knobs or "buttons" J* ' .
I Oiun ._ Fire Insurance I Eoplritu
Klpnlmmee. Fin 2 Company.Fire which ordinarily are l 14t on the
Warden Klimlmmee. Fla, ....10TK I insurance has saved thl aO Santo SpringsIncorporated
fruits reduces of
:\ greatly danger . j
( OF pr-oniDA. ) many a home builder from severe 1 infection by either of thl two fungi ", t
, County of Onceoln > financial loss possibly causing this rot which does the most I Box: N
.. < "
damage when the and 1
He In and for the State of Florida oranges grape- / Safety .H.rbor. Florida
has the records.
. : rire, personally cam: Ira WethII. it fruit are in storage: in transit or on BRANCH N*. 1water
Gentlemen C
>. C. 1U1I1..... I* H. Oedre, Lyl-a For safe and aure Insurance the market, rarely when it is still on '/ : ?
r j Riryi Floyd: ,Roy......A. Well. M. I. Stout R. call the tree. A copy of the circular describing "E..lrit." la .e w be- ,- Please send me without obligation
.nard William H. M. '
7 >n. L. H Tree. D. O. MoKay. O. F. this disease methods of lair sold a* 8 sixth StreetIfertb. ; the beautifully illustrated eight-page
>b*. R. J. Denning. Robert Reldel.. CARSON FARMER[ diagnosing it,and suggested; control /' section of the Independent which you are I'
' .t Itton U Story, M. B. 8&.h.n. C. I methods St. Fvterabejra- F1.
, trum and C. K. Warden All to m* { may be secured free from / offering to give away absolutely free.t

1.. I Individual known end' known: to m* to b. the lington I,[ U. S..IX Dept.C. Agriculture the, Wash- / Nam -.-.'-......-.....--..i...-.......-...,..--,-
, ',' dcrlSed. In and who "The Insurance ,, as long as .supply to
>> J uteri the fnreroin" ",r propod Chnr- lasts. -t 3 / Address .._.__._......_.-.:_..__...........-1._,

"r'. t the Bank of Klealmmee.' be- Fame IS.. { / City __ .. .....e-: tate........ .. ". .;? t, .
' $
t''. duly "worn. **yralljr acknoirledc, \ Ovwr ...*....>. Drasr'ter I I Drag Store SIp -'- -- -- -- : .
_ hat he executed tht aam* for'the .1744: /1sk. "If don't .. If, (
"', and .urpnsep t" ..In ->e ltprs.esd. ; -,11v..Mtgl, . - .. yon use'our'soape, then n_ .' ,: I .if/
I WItNESS for heaven's.sake: ]
bar.'r use oar perfumes.1 '
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I ti I, KISSIMMEfe\ VALLEY GAZ TF.E, FRUXA.V, DECEjMljER.\ 21,192,3'J., -rr..nnti.Y

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Jury: Tried TWO ('ase'i i;' Six;; J Pleaded -
R. CLAY (;uilt)'. Pour Were line-ontlnue, '-'J; 11. d UNN. COUNT' *" .AOI N1'. Feed your calf at expense :and
I And Six .Were":' .jViille Promwd" Now ta the time to' (ret the deadwood . learn what real calf, development :p..:

(Crowded from, lifet, .weak) A 5L5 pound bag of Pu ;
and Machine Shop Tlio J Dedtrnbcr\ tern of tho "*'0untv. are tout as near a dormant condition means. I

'court 1'. L. Comer met. lust presidingand Monday .with ProsecutIng 'Ju
-- Plodier Sheriff I II winter, and you will be bothered with: .I
f"-" Attorney Milton order for
TO CLA Y & THOMAS I L. R, Farmer and Clerk! of the Court too many things to' be.done at onetime free. with every a; ton or

John L. Overstreet In attendance. later on when' you begin .preparing of Purina Cow Chow .pur>i' .
i I'
number of jurors were excused, one All
for spring
Machinery I out of town und had l not been your
was chased between now and Jan. '1st.
served.! The court immediately g'ott of the dead wood should be cut out ,

and Pumps Rebuilt Blown t to( business and before the close of the tree ill it I is on this dead wood, ..,

,of the day everything on the docket that the disease germs are curried
I was cliciiosed of and the court adjourned. 1- over to give'you trouble next uprmif. See us today ;

When first start to work on the
: FOR NEARLY All MAKES OF CARS 1 Two civil( ruses \\pre tried by jury pinning ypu' be sure I that jour implementsare )
I In tlint of A. S Sutton versus :MriMi kept help in order to make
I /. W. :JJass tad II. :M. H.i-s, of till'I I, Mnontli cuts.I Cut back into the green Florida Feed Stores

.., j Palm fate, the jury found for, tIlL 1 I woocj! about an inch nnd have a good
I plaint ill' and l assessed damages ut antisepticpaint to co\ci all the! large
: I $:W,1\4( with If q 10 iiUouu-y's fee, unl.. 'wounds. 306 BROADWAY

JSH.20 t costs: i The UIFCof the Ie"-I" have fl1un.1IllY cut worms
I"J. hantH and Piumors Rank vclsusV ,/. ''aiound ? If have TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
T J:1: CJ XJr.I.. P s <> X1 your: plants yet you
\ (;011<1m4n and S. T. Pansier i"<'- i iI ''not rtotiwd purtlc-ulaily to sec, go
'-ulti.(I in \eitlut for I the ulaintitf: III luck' Ores i the1 clop Balefully und l see CALL UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)

Funeral Director ': <<(>, mid Licensed SJ'lfi: :; .4it.! with :$.">((1) iittoim-yN" fc-cs, and few plants missing.! These' cool nights

$1] .1.22 I rnl'4.I are \\n-l the weather 1 suited 1 to them Headquarters for-
A 5inc r., Sympathetic:5.rvic. J. /rt /.r.WAll I| 1lA.nb. \\'. )Rudolph( 1'. P, .Ion('-*, .and and quite| a fete flll'lI1f1II',' ,uttering

Patron :\luxc c:- ('h )pleated! t K">lt\ tnh.irjjes from tlieii attacks, MO )keep n close a

at Call .. of motor, spicilinc, and were watih on them As soon as anin-
1 High Grade Ambulance.Service; Blued: *!5 and( rosts, S. A. D.inn' ih.ti) 'jjIanil ;jury' is noiiteil, !get lnsMake: a

Ofrtce: 249 !PHONES np leli>nce: 78 ed with t1w "If'lis'. failed 'tonpprar mi\tuie" of :20( pounds whet: bran orshoits PU INA
I and his iF-:!:. bond wan order.Ilvl -
1 i 1 pound ))1I1"IS:1'," ''' j 'quarts
1 ( fl1l'f..i1(1. ("hurll'v Lour pll'w/'d/
l - simp, add ('llolJh'a" '1' I to make" themiMuie
'" ouilly of ,; car" \\lIholll abceu.e ,
I o""rlll'! I iiumblcn d ratter It i< a I ing1
tag and Ihr. marl .usprnrtt,dsrnttnro ,' tin row rlu/ -e to the) "plants.
II, I//. ( 'hddi.' < gut a :SI': If you expeit to plllnl.a. ;printr
tine fnt lip", .llill a rltr' wit h..111 nproper r 1 op nl'I I is the time lo jilt tin -oil
lirrmr. 10 "hit-h .hargc!: heptead4'l piepujd; \Kon't wait until timo to

I AND BUILDERS !guilt ) Alit.( .,, (51u:1; JlI"IId..dJ'uih. ,plant and expect to make :au..ceKIl t
i .\' I" pa"'III' !' worthies, h'k--. of the t reap.Tlritiog 1 .
the I iiiurt su-pi-mli, -il sentence -
III"on nerd t 1:11.'r little
|pt imi'nt of rust.. i Slaw and 1 iostsery little, c.e>mp.ued -
STEEL, STUCCO Sl\ other" I'IIM'X Herr III>1I!| pra.rd with the insuiante it I"I\- you II

JACK BASS! upon motion of Ili;' pio-ei utinif' ,M.IIr a .lIIhl disea-es, in your plants later

!: 515 Rproule'! Avenue I I'\, and four .mi-ie1 writ t Mint, "i u.'il on He1 sine to tlt'al' youii tr11 before 1111
fur the tetm ,
l J I I plantintr/ this siiing| '! t "' ''III''
I lion't( forget the Fill to l 10. held (
IBl'FI\ISF 1 : : SS)111II"I'/ :: : I .
!1 i,,\s'iKKK TIT.SDU'I .1.inn.n > :J!:: tu :Jd(; ierfarm:; in th'
:' ,
iount\ should I he* IrPIesl ntwl! with,

j: 'I new moinlie; r vrre 1 "ii.iii .ml "' -nine )kind, of piodimIlon't, get the
She \ I re.l! %I err formed In the rritr nf Haler* A. I nrnon'M l.r.i-
. t .*.!> llnlldlnit. I* uliiil, fir .hr opiMtrliinil ul l ea li-nilliiu In .II.. frl.. .n.l-iin.l, ,: the* Itu"ir""<- inil I Vofi' ;'ional \\ini, idea| your err' dint is not as gwd I aft
u.1or..rrn a tlrrry 'h..IN'au.n 1,11,1, n Ills i.p, and 1'foeprrunn.0 Iii..... :: I 1.ill's ( hid ut' it- ii'irnlnj" l"i-i i 1111 lu'I I the. other, fellows). 'll\, and s( i a if it
\\ .. ran noiirr J ml thai If > oil All. bu, our Irrda frniii n. I hit I ,, nu'ttlag l.i-l TIII"'day 'light 'I I 1111' i I' i"cit In.ttc" IItun't ', ran n>allrr il<.llnr .in > our trade.1r i iImlM -iirr> tin 1.4.1 'HIM* oflhii :
. lull> nut 1 at' tin' I'aiU, hall I fo> '
.. . up
fhnf mopry ran lnl> Mild (III' apprrrln lr el rr, order il nigh J foigit, that all si 0'\I uiuld, bet
ii". I-IIOM: 12 \\it ..i\i: is \ "MUM.. : 'err in.I |hll'"I''- 11111'11')1\ ) (1It. .
\% bn She .........*! In up ar fallen .11 and nhrn 1In Bonn sr ful- 1!. I EI.III1: and, :Mis, \\ ilh.ui.: ]lZm(1I{ h vi "iieJiK!, ij -iMlii'tid, I I.. full.I planting -
Ian II.oir I br. dlfrerenrr ''n prle..n thla nest. and Ian1 nrrhtI : ':, inert' I tin' 'IHMV nniniliisI ,M'." |''iMi/]) rop. I IheI 11 an tor
I turn litftiitnnil! __ $_' ;.,i a' It. pin. i r'ue' I Iqul \ I r*.*.ilKlut. '. : 'I'hi' i lull Mitc-il to denier ten duller taw cli-i'.1-1 that can I Ii f"ulohl! ,in -
eild Meek Swift t I'l-i ilHiippv l ',5 I : fault I Prod .: ,;. linvaiil the ( ( 1 this \\,1\ 11 nits 11,.it MIS little
'iinimiinii luisiin
e hoii" SM <'.I J-'.'..a1 l.t. '"" ( un ,.:" .1\ Mi'.il .' ', ; tumble .md, iirood. ..
m 'l)ii \ n' I ur-
..11.1, S.n.ll hII : I" 1'"II"'oIl.'t.d.I"' i "', : n i- 1"1'I i A mi 11 HILT/ ii.l i- si In'iui] : 'ilMlli iII
..P|"V II. IJ, :hu, ,< I II, 1 I'I' .. I :..laps lour I :., } (11Iv :M.ui.itr'' liiiikrhtin' ti t.ikiup ante' t i your 'I"p. ire .J"\d"'lo'i ill
I H.I 'iiuili hrlu: i | h ,:1 1 :.1". '..II.Ill,, SIl, II tills ,I7 the question if tii-e- tin" i iui diii'itioiiv' 1 lei tieitmg var- 1 I Ii
. . pluntini oil
. .
lilt I 'G I' SwI 'I' .1 I 211 "ICIM, )kindof eel
j: the portion of the Oilunilu I loud "hIr
..11... Ibr I'AHII I'1.1.1): : < o.. ..10.-. In ......d..r ........... : ihi lull has aiicptril as its pan ;.f I ifsput i> .begnning/ to ,)how up .

"" .:.;. I thehiLhav bru111heution' s('In,,me in, .<.\ ..ral pepper i infix ill I the nullify i I Ii Iir
The iKiiniittiM in, hinge: of tips 1Mis I 1- -" 11 you htiM: I a pepper patch, Ihat I i

: I'licniro. :Mi-s, :Soiton; und :Ms, >- tau e\pc* Tie-u-. it will be tcoiir ail\' 'nlage/ to

"ASK YOUR NEIGHHOR-HE KNOWS" - gi\e it a thorough spraing/ with bordeiuix -
i'oiM di-rrs. : 2"i.: (/iii 'IONS: opIKON mixtuieatch ,
For over S5 yi arm the. K. O Pnlntpr IVrtili/t-r e ompiinv has. fui ntn h. <1 FI..r.1 '
): iItIFltI51( IM'SI') S.11'lbFor \\ these
I :
cutworms m yourstiawbeirv
Ida l KTowirR with frillUvera The ronllnij il iwlron.iK cif exp' rltuc.1 I KFIHera '
c, idea| proof of mitlsfactorr nnului troll. If jom, had' ape l IIII I
I than their venlrv ,
nif re I the I tithmall ,
s hole
i 11 n round 1 oaten I
1'/111.1) .1'1'10:11 'F.H'r11.l7.ICIl nr \I1n : \\ \\oii.n M KT; 11 FOrd
:Motor i 1'nmpan\ at It I HIM: i
hail tie
in you latter put nut
'Vlt" for New I'nll I Tic., lJ"f JUKI IHHU,' | Rouge! )plall{/ I'I'I.' been ';iin ; iiitnoin, but,, mivtu'c' as tbe\ ran

1 E. 0. PAINTER: FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Florida (duel' 1111111 1 todaa \1'1.ltal.I" iiunintainof :
eau-e ,1 lugi of'our be ".
pan i le" t'i'o
It. o"IIIIIIII1'//{ at 1 tit -t ..0.(lull tuns, A Value 295
i ( .tand" nut in imposing piopoitioiiH at into the cull lro" x unless the\ are Striking at

._. destioM'd at once.lie .
- - ---- 'tone i I II
i plan.on thw plant grounds. : ;
sure I. give your iltrus grove aIhuroligh Considering the improved creasing its cost to the
I Of must, it isn't dust ill the or
I t : p lining t this: winter ax 'it i ion II'
I dinanlv aiiepted. ,teiim, but a much the appearance of the new purchaser.
: < Y. J. LING more \uiuuMe (pnpi'itjIt '.
titer front onei' '/ir t another Ford Touring Car one A
is blast furnace dust a fine, comparison extending
-specially milfliioxe. whit.i i i'
sand-like substance which is blown would naturally expect a of
the disease that is over long period years
I us the-mo
Hand Laundry from( the furnaces in the blast and utterly -
'trouble at the present time. If you'do proportionate in will reveal the fact that
worth'ess in that slate ,
but val"
liable because fifty. percent, ofitn, \ !' not know how to recognize im-la- price. the present price Is actually
nose bn fruit 01' how to destroy it, I the lowed which
iron ore.( The other in at
I open and readyfor fifty percent I
in : '
get touch with
coke dust.' I your< erpunty agentat Larger scale production 'the five-passenger open
I So the ,"'ordIolor: Company has{ once ai. we want to work( toward( has been sold.sibletolncorporateinthis .
1 business been sating it until the time camewhen ''ontlielv ... eradicating from our coun- however has made it potcar ever

g the iron ore could be lerlanned. .I ty beginning this spilng : The Ford Touring Car

20 Stewart Ave. I and in example of the value of Your -oil should be. prepared ut new type touring ar.// stands today, as it always
I once if
little suvings this certainly, stands you expect to put in H sp'ingciop.
out number of decided
Painful Heels as the (Don't' wait until time, to plantto Imhas, a most remarkable
amonj triknit 1 1i
: Kissimmee, Florida i I A moment's figuring will show< it. I papule the land, und! expect, to provetneuca without invalueinthemotorcarfleld..
,' Relieved get t good. retuins..
iUf i i (the) 50,000 tuna in the dust mountain
I at River Rogue, !riO percent, or : The fertilizer, men are not very fUt Or e*. t* fktmimrJ Aronji iht FrrKt. J 11-.17 rrrd.w Pt.aei

Painful heels, leaning ankles, 25IOO( ( ions !is iron ore in dust form busy ut this Benson of the I year, gcncrnllv -

+v burning callouses are unnecessary. j The Gazette Job Department it! The Fo..dIudel: T cjlmd<'r ousting : so now is the time to figure/ C. AUTREY, Deafer

The cause of these troubles ready to print that classy letter head when finished W the FLORIDA
for you. Call :Phone Double-One ((11.) reclaiming the M.OOO() tons of Iran'' spring und make arrangements -
is a misplaced bone in the ore dust means sufficient iron for.. for it to he shipped f in time

foot pressing against sensitive I more than 600,000'ylinde... castings. I land thus avoid 1 unnecessary delay

'< nerves. The company now has started' to reclaim I i when planting time comes.
I this dust I. The Fair dates are January 21: to
through the sintering
new -
] b Relief from these foot troubles II plant which has just begun 2i>. Are you planning to make an

is a service rendered by our operations and which forms another exhibitof the products that can be

exclusive foot relief parlor, I highly interesting feature of the River I grown in our county ? )f not think Aa. TauCas T&ACrOUr

} which is in charge of a graduate I Rogue activitun. I lit I ever and get in with the rest Yours _
USE The Sintering model] I may be the best in the ('ollnl)'. Prove
trained in the plant a of efncn'iicy -
expert (SANITARY DAIRY CO'S! .is erected in close proximity lit I by exhibiting at the fair. r _ -. _

MILK &ICE CREAM'' ithe 1 to the giant.big cue blast bins fuinaces from and jom- (,IIRIST I AS GIFT;) SUGGESTIONS; I ' '- ; ; .
1 iBNKi1Qtavrm / which the ,a.
furnaces are fed., ,| The Florida Development Ronrd'
a i (' rfQQ >> I The furnace dust, taught up in "II" recommends a
II Y"lir'Kuba'r'ption' to
1'I I wow 1 lion conveyors, i is (mined direttly, to some Florida j r i ; ;
t tMUa newspaper or magazineas /
1' : l the Sintering plant and there ,

I instant He can relief.give you Consult relief-yes l him-, )r.( ..lI ,I from with the cast various iron Ford boring manufacturing gathered is mixed ant munitii'K a in roost each livery iicceptahli'friend i issue in fhri distant will;tmnpres lie-, com-a. I Christmas Greetings

'y you are under no obligation. I 'u "pleasant lemindi; of your food l vi"h- j
( ult. 9rATTENTION ( (01t' Ors also carry the mixed eA. '

C. W. BASSETT I I dost) nnd boiings! to the plan) ami Citrus, fruits always makp the recipients t -
I dump the .
Opposite LibraryST. mixture into the Sintering' / merry, and should be- more
pan vvliuh, is of (hue
:: cjipa'it' /generally used in mare of trinketswhich I ::1I ,
CLOUD FLA. I A gig: flame of inten'e" taut is pissedoei have ,

i -- - _- I KVTHIKSSanitary : the dust and action of the coke, I IVenn nuts no are particular greatly appreciated u(<(>fuln('"",. 3,:: May you all find in the coming of the Christ of |
und ,
this heat
an-I) the .
xiiilion draft liy friends l .
any and l Florida" :
r I fu-c's tin nnxtuio, into chunks of nuf< produce siimeof the tipst quality r'J: Christmas the
I I dciciit;" sj/e nndiiirht for use in the pj'c-ans grown in the world : peace that will never pass away ; the. :

CITYMEATJPKET I Dairy milk] is Iduat'j I fin mice and thus the iron ore in the, Marmalade and ither, fruit, nrnli ,r

the milk for yjur folk1 is klittei rrelaimed.I'arl I inets an- hemming( popular an Christ. 'j toy! that is deep and strong and
a-s produced at the new louse gifts und always a holy goodness
It .
lienetit your bihy KiM'i, an woith their :'
Rogue plant is of finer
quality| cost from -ec-oiiomii,
nil ( ( \ i.'\\ point. ;
ourifp and childrenell than anv on the maikc-i, running ,heI"t11i Then.111. ... _: that will make
"> iTtuli'! merry heart in the >
: like it und it will: I b. 70( Slid 7" peiint lion It i isfonsideiid und commodities produced in : every truest and
good< for you.'ANlIARYDAIRYCQ. nn inipujtnfit .blat fur' which ")",,,,1,1 I have a larger plate infift I 'i'is j.

Fresh 1\+1gat and oils lime. suture 111"1'" all pel and nuts' liciause hotter of and its por' eunsidi' 'ration, such us oraniriniossom :is hest sense of the word This is our most sincere :
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moleifTntive \ 'rfume,
pi sou\enns from.

j I VegetablesPhone 1 1I the ."iisult opeiation that the fUll1a.I"'odu"l of the blast wit'j t i''_ palmetto' ctcf ..logs, poll cry from Floridaebns. I | wish for you all. Merry Christmas.

moil uiiifotin, and therefore a higherquality hrihtmas;r 1 .' I %
gicitinir' cards< siiowino' *
44 I I 1 'fourllj,1A'man"i t An iron for the castings. snow scenes should be icfiiored The; -
average/ of fift? finis of .,lilast Florida" 1 Devoli
\>mt-nt Board undertook
i furniie dust comes, from I he furnaces, : last

y I duce daily more The than Sintering 250 tons plant.
666 day due to the mixture of iron borj which would FIELDING
carry Florida
1 Tire When Ready Gridley j ings and dust which speeds' the None spiril. I
of these
in a Prescription prepared for I Has anyone seen Pete ? I process reducing the sintering plants seemed:! to bo :
period '
Pete who? equipped to compete on low priced I
from 20 to :30 minutes
Colds, ,Fever and Grippe Petroleum. 'circumstances to about under ordinary cards with specialty plants in the FURNITURE

4 It fs the, moat speedy remedy we know, I Yen, kerosine him yesterday and utes. At ')eapt 100 tons seven min north but some of those specialty
he hasn't benzine since. are being plants have recognized the need for J. B. HARRIS
taken Manager
Preventing PneumoniaGazette every day from the : ,
I Ii special
Whizz great I Florida cards which will PHOITE 95
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-- I |)f which the '
at some stores' this ,
has season ] .r 'LL
return for a small amount of mnqv( Lived, Loved, Paid Income Tax-- rate it 'will toke a year And l a can turnout the better class irreetlnr a
l spent:.. a and Died. half to use up the! mountain and turn cards, !
\ fit into Ford iron. ... on apeclal orders; which\ should! M
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I Is Your Name There? .1. flock of average Rhode Island egg production Red pullets of on a ,,,' ..-FOR---. r ,

; the poultry farm of the Florida, College -
I of Agriculture during! the last
11 months has been 193. This Is an

11oooooo. average of one egg In less than two YOUR LOYAL u
days, which, taking the seasons as PATRONAGE
they come, is a record that poultry .
experts outstanding.
Feeding may be considered the
main factor' in this exceptional rec- AND
ord. according to N. W. Sanborn, :
professor' 0'( poultry husbandry, although
pure blood, good housing, pas-
turage and careful attention come in
for .some credit. The feed formula do sincerely say THANK YOU.,

S used with this flock of pullets Is that
'& recommended to Florida p"iltrv .raisers
in Bulletin' S3 of the Florida Agricultural

Extension Division, which .
was written by Dr. Sanborn. The I

formula Cornmeal follows: SO pounds May the Christmas Season be Merry

Wheat shorts.40 poundsCut

alfalfa _______.__10 pounds, and the New Year full of happiness
!_I Mea, scrap ,..____.__20 pounds.
a 3 $ ; Sulphur eu_______.--%
r31w, Salt -% pound for all. -
This constitutes. a dry mash and
should be kept' available. at all timesin
: pn open hopper.
L -4' Where corn wheat! and oats cnn
he had, the following is suggested in
the same bulletin:

Corn _,..100 pounds Wenner-Sawyer Co.
Wheat _100 pounds
4M, heavy oats! 50 pounds
W' This whole grain mixture should be
fed once a rinv. usually late in the
nfternocn limiting the amount given .
When both of these' mixtures are .
used feed ten nounds of the first to o .. -...
seven of the second.
These Rhode Island Re I were hatched off in April of 1911: and
s'S S 51d __ hcjran laying in November of t' '
r 3 !same venr. Thirty-five percent of :
them hnve not prone broody h i o.
i- t YOUR
the ertire 11-month period whic, i i
itself is quite i record

:! _) C-J:_ )W I SOUTnrFIJ"I N\Ul'\AI.( ?'r.'',.*_.FOREST*' ":"C T"T'Tl'nSEI ** I XM4S GOODS

: ... :' '..,t.. ... roe i':'' I
sums 11 tsar Udia il7.19. ( to : 9.-
... .1 517.16 from tile U.iitc- State department t

o.oo..oooooooooo. health? Do know if he could cr agriculture, as tlie'.r: share of '
you Visit Our Storeand
receipts from national forest
resources -
Neid's Baths from burning building?
4 Healing save you a
H. CLAY STANFORD Would you trust his knowledge of during' the fiscal year 1923, according -
to announcement from the
% REAL I-STATi":: RENTALS 4 recommended for rheumatism' first aid to carry you disaster through? an epidemic office of the an secretary of agriculture.

>. AND INSURANCE 4 or any great Notices of the awarded sums have see our line of goods and get our prices {
eczema, and all kinds of skin Do you know if he spends his ieis- ,
0 Over Bank of Osceola County heen sent> .to the governors of the various (
hours in healthful activities and
disease Also for stomach ure i'
OOOO"1OOO.ooooOotOOOOO'oooooo troubleFor baths and mineral wholesome associates? Is he obedient -I Arkansas with two national forests which are always lower than elsewhere. We also
? When you (rive him a definite
water for drinking ''embracing 957.247 acres received $9.-
I .
purposes task are you sure it will be well
... (rave order at 614 Patrick St., done? '517.1ft; North 359.R90 Carolina with received three embracing $8.-' have a large line of Fire Works.
ELLIS F. DAVIS .,. I or phone 208. I Does he over-spend his allowance, I 410.03: Virginia with three embracing i
and is he due and de-
. > ATTORNEY AT LAW 4 paying respect 411,613 acres received $$6,267.46< ; Flor- ,i
orncc ... CHARLES( NEID[ Owner votion to his religious duties? Is he ida with one embracing 337,938 acres'
clean In and mind and is he
Bank of 0..1.! i'ounty riulMInKtlTll + body ;
received $ Tennessee with
i < h..rvrr l Criminal .. physically able to stand the strain : 4560.84[ all Christmas
4. I'rmrttrrKIKRIMMRK + KISSIMMEE FLORIDA that might demand? two embracing 241,210 acres received Wishing a Merry' and
FIXmir .. an emergency $3,2JI7.R5: Georgia with two embracing :-
: -- ---- - If he In all
OOOOO OOOOO'OOOOOOOooo'OOOO a Scout we can answer
153,457 received' $1,765.19'Alabama
LEARNING POWER IS with one voice: YES: : Scouting provider with one embracing 97,198 Happy New Year ;
OOOOO'OO'OOOOOooi EARNINGHow :' POWER I play for the boy which "money acres! received S214.90; and South
|,cannot buy, and the programs plan- ,
Carolina with 18,558 acres received
i MILTON PLEDGER i much does your boy save? I ned for his activities are carried out $176.19. .
Scout. learn to and the who is the d
Boy earn save Scout Master, key
I Iby One-fourth of the receivedby *
ATTORNEY AT LAW 0 money.To I in the community where troops the department of agriculture
State Bank Building 4. earn, a Scout must learn. Earn- ,I tare active; a man, in whom parents
from timber sales grazing permits,
xlcyIMMII; : VI..OIUDA ing power ij 19 the answer to learning pin their faith; one who can be trust landsis
and other of national fcrest
? i power.Comparatively. ed to make the twelve scout laws so uses Milar's Store
404fi0404P44800-0/NC'4000444 turned over to the states in which Variety
-- - few realize what it attractive that the Scouts just natur-
such lands are located on a pro rata
when Scout has been advanced them who makes I
means a ally work out; one ofconlf1'ellB.
o p. KRinns w j STEEPKRIBBS basis in accordance with an act -
to the first class, nor do they Scout work so interesting, that it is for the
sums are Y YL
& STEED that, after the like the h
appreciate passing play to boy. school and road funds of the counties
"'....._,.. ... t,..._. 1.... .t L.wE..nI first class tens that the Scout has There are opportunities in all com containing national forest lands.
...._1- .......... opportunity of selecting his voc munities for organizing Scout Troops The total sum turned over to all
pram_ I. an elate ...4U.11.4 tion by proving his qualifications in under? adequate leadership.Have youa ,states. containing national forests dur
...._ C..rt. earning his merit badges, there being troop in your neighborhood or in'ing the fiscal 1923, amounted to
year .........
sixty-three subjects' from which' he your church or in your school? states and .... .0..4.
$1,321,422. Twenty-seven . .
PAT JOHNSTON O. P. OARRETT which to leaders -
may choose end are open Scouts need unselfish adult Alaska shared! in the distribution of
JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW I all first class Scouts. There are twen- Central Florida Boy Scout headquarters this sum, which exceeded the annual
ty-one of these badges necessary be- at number 20 West Pine street, for the previous five yean
fore Scouts are in the Eagle Class, Orlando, will tell you how to organizea by overage about $250,000. Increased sales

Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank this being the highest honor given; I a troop in your community. It's of timber were largely' responsible' for
Butidina.KI88IMMElC. these and other qualifications enhance I great work, men, why not take a the record-breaking receipts of 1923. THE CASINO ENTERPRISESInvite
the value of boys as home, personal part in this work? Let's go..
:. FLORIDA church and community assets. Any information will be gladly given The Gazette will help you sell your
Do you have a Scout in your home? which} will promote the greatest property at a small cost. ** Your Patronage
DL R. J. DCMMING If not why not? Are you willing national movement the world has ever
DENTIST that your boys should be deprived of known-Scouting. Booster Numbers of The Gazette, SPEND YOUR CHRISTMAS WITH US '
the program of activities offered to wrapped and ready for mailing, 10
Over the Poetofflee.orriCal all Boy Scouts T cents each. -
HOURS: 1 to Il:'a, 1N t. I Is your boy prepared to meet Correct! Call the Next Witness
Besidasice Pbone 174- emergencies dally arising through the Attorney-"Now, tell us, where did Porter-Were you trying to catch CASINO COLD DRINK STAND CASINO CIGAR STORE i

Office P..... 1Aoo > disregard of Safety First? you see the defendant milking the the train, sir? Ice Cream Cones ____un_ Sc All the Beat Grades of Cigars,

<. . o.e..... ..*.*o o save Can a your drowning boy ?dress Can a he wound tell you or cow City?" Witness"A little past cen- merely Would-be-passenger wanted to chase-it Oh out, of no,thestationExchange I Ice Cream, pint __________25c Chewing Gum,

LUCILE JOHNSON J: what is best for personal and public ter, air." ..-.1"J Ice Cream, quart _______--50c Candies, Etc. a 1

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x" ( COUNTY FAIR WILL. J county seat, especially since it has .
BE AT ST. CLOUD been advertised: for Kfsslmmee.,, But, t
( {IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] i not knowing these things at the. time

... I promise the Saint Cloud people' 1 ** GE I
<< .0"11""?d trAm, J'> .Monroe Thomas ,,
would 'vole no let them have it there
ford J, McPhattcr, and others., Mr 1
.CARRIS-DRONSON Bailey'' Raid he did not coma to Kis Con.imUnitner. : Hansell voted in thei
18 Emmett
Dewey M- Gnrrisg of Lou bm:1n simmee!' for the purpose of urging the! i i i negative with the, following explann- Street
and! Mini Zelma M.. Bronson, of Ki.' (I change, but, having heard hat the I lion:' "I want the people of Sain ., .. / ,
svmmee, were married yesterday at 'question was to bo, 'decided that moro ',Cloud to understand that I haven't a -" .... ,
the First Baptist church by Rev. ing after lio got to Kissimmee, lie (( thing in tho world against: Saint ' : '
Walter' ,Knight in the presence of decided to present hii views, Cloud. 1 am voting to have the fair PHONE 47 > Residence, Phone 71. :
a few intimate friends.; I Mr. Bailey said that there were a in Kissimmee because J believe it .
After a wedding trip to Georgiathe large number of aged people in Saint I| should be held at the county peat/ and -
young couple will make. their I Cloud who could not come to the fair {' because it has-been so advertised,
home ia Klssimmco.DANNBLACK"' ,. if it were held in Kitslmmeo who Chairman E, L. I). Overstreet later '.. ,
would attend at Saint Cloud,.and who I'addressed the committeemen, substantially
devoted a great deal of time to let- as follows: "The board was ina We Wish You All
...Card. have been received in Kisairn-\: ter writing, and would thus advertisethe hard\ position to decide this matter.If .
mee this week from Mr. and Mrs. the Saint Cloud people had not
county's agricultural possibilities
Chan. W. Dann announcing the marriage mado their offer the county would
to their northern friends; that Saint A MERRY CHRISTMAS ANDA
I of their daughter, Maurine, to Cloud has; more winter tourists living have gone ahead and paid out a lot
Mr. Nat Bostick Black, on Wednesday there for extended periods than d.' (.'< of money to( repair the roof of the
November 21, at Miami. Thebnde I, Kissimmce; that two or three growers building in which the fair is usually HAPPY NEW YEAR
was reared in Kissimmee where in Saint Cloud hud told him they held. The county sent is the place
she has a host of friends who will I could not exhibit at Kissimmee, which to hold the fair, there's no question .,
wish her much happiness and prosperity : ill nrnhnltlv true nf otherand (lint about that, hut now thnt it is decade: 1
II Cloud; ; let'have a good( one." ----------------------------------------- - - -
__ Saint ( pays at least half of the -
taxes of the county, and is entitled to lust at the finish... County Cleik d. I.,.
J. FOR MRS.: PUGHComplimenting
Mrs. John Pugh, of a "ro-; o break" with Kissimmee.The Overnlreet announced that Commissioner j Prompt; Attention To Small Jobs As Well Am
-. 4iq Kissimmee, Mrs. Robert Methvin entertained I K.ssinimee people argued that Paitin had phoned III and his' and not to
on way
q four tables of ..bridgeFriday the fair had been advertised for set
I until he there. Chairman
adjourn got
1 cveninj: at her home on Baker street, ('I'ull"l'k" for KiM) iinmec, not, onlyin ,
I in her usual this stale, but, elsewhere" ; I that;. KIMnimmpc : Ker'-iri'ft announced that they had
hospitable manner. and the stormy I _
ilrfiid( adjourned,
When scores were counted, Mrs. W. I is on the Dixie IIilhwnyIo.itll ) I -
hundreds of tourists throughevery se-Sion was 6ver..NorilKK I II -- --- - '- -
J. Millsap was presented with. a box ( ( passing: - --- -
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of gi't' edged for day dlll'intl1/ (' time of the year"
high score, and stationery W. C. Busk making I the fan' would he holdlio would I .\ 1IVXK: IS I :.,
was consoled | \ 1of ;YI Qb1IwI
with a deck of playingcards.. stop and sew what <)M eol.i); county i OKKAMZKD;; HElm: I'J II

The guest prize was a pretty flower I produced but most !' bowl. At the conclusion of the games not maser the eight mile detour to dent of Kissimmee for twelve years, -
_ 1 Mrs. .Mfthvin served her gui-xts delicious I Saint Cloud( ; thnt another year, with I haMiig/ been in the lumber business s e e Ill II
)_ angel. 1 food cake and hot ('(if- the O"l'nll-Tu.tulf! highway l'Oll1ph.t.// and the-grocery biiMimis duri'ig that I I I a
N, fee. Candy mints were paused our- ed there, would probably lie / Ilmeas well as viee-uri-cident of theBank
ing the games.-Plant City Couril'r.lIASOS"S tourist' /going through Saint CloudIII of Osceola) County nt one time I
I there ale this year through Kissim B. C. !Miller the second, ice-presi II I t
mee, and then the fair would be mule dent is president of the KissimmeeCitrus :
CELEBRATE valuable} in Saint Cloud than under Glowers Association, and of I a I I
1 1e
ST. JOHN'S 1 DVV present conditions; that they would the Fedeial Farm Loan Bank As"o-
willingly I nee' such an arrangementmade ..
-- ciation.I He has lived in Ki" immee
tCn""n" from PR (v f'n"J ; that the fair should IKat, the for twenty-eight years. Stratton
The officers to be installed- at next county seat; (that by far the greater I Story, who is slated for the cashier'w t '
Thursday's ceremonies are: Orange proportion of growers who would '>berth is a graduate of Oscecla High '
Blossom Lodge: Worshipful Master, have exhibits, were much more accessible ,,8I"hool. of the class of 1919\ having you buy
John L. Overstreet Senor to KiSHimmce than Saint BEFORE
{ ; Warden to come to KiR"immee'ith his parents tire
iji ii George T. Sigler; Junior Warden J. Cloud; that they admired the spiritof at a very early age. He has \been
Nathan Bryan; Treasurer, M. M. Miller Saint ('loud in offc'ring the clubhouse connected. with the Bank of Osceola at what look to be a

/ ; Secretary W. L. Bullock: F. when they. thought Kitsimmee: County for four years, where he was low price, compare (
'-1 Byron Ames Senior ))t.aconI; ) (i.I i could not' locate. the l'xhihil. hut that I assistant cashier. Recently he has' the coat with these "o ecL1LLLteOaw
I ;r Sutton, Junior Deacon; J. R. Sinque- I two buildings me mailtlblc in Kissimmee 'been with the Daytona. Hank and r
II'' field, Senior Steward; and R. J. Keen, I ; that the reason that no committee I Trust, Company. low prices on Good- ti, allt I ,u a CrrrxfalrsA
I Junior Steward. \ had appeared to ask that the IJ. S. Floyd, better known throughout year WingfootTires : qty f/e.WfY
,, Royal Arch Masons: High Piiest, I fait l he 'held as advertised, in Kl'sim- | the county as "Kf|>," i i" ailed the I
II J. Nathan Bryan; King, Sam Hrhin- mee, wathat no one in Ki--ininiee' :1 "oldest groccryman in KisRimmee: ," 311 3'/ CI. Fabric $ 9.95: / '
mar; Scribe, f F. Byron Ames Secretary j/knew, there was thought ol -
any :''though that refers to the length of 3Ji3'/iCI.Cord. ".A
N. Bratton., George T. Sigler; Treasurer, IL changing it. time' in the business lathe than his 3111 4 S. S. Curd'
After all the niguniftiN had been i ijiicsrntc I| age./ lie has been in Kissimmee... for I
Eastern 3314 S. S. Cord 21.3531z4'.zS.S.Cord : :> fr1V1h1
0 Slar Matron :
: Worthy Mrs ,
I Commi-sioiu'r Ua-1- said, I| twenty-two years and in the grocery
I'' r Gertrude Katz; Worthy Patron .1. I,. 1"1 more flint the fair be he'd! tld.year I business continuously for eighteen. : zs.oo ,
i Overstreet_ ;; Associate. _Matron Mrs. in Saint Cloud an-l nextear ill I I :! I 33:: x 5 S. S. Cord 33.20A
p( i>race Maxmson; fonductrcss' Mrs. KII, iI11nH'I' ('om/11'siun'r; 1'hillips 'council-man.:
Dora Smith; Associate Conductress secoivled! the motion, and! made I C,_ astatement tors of the newly organized, bank. ..
Mary Gardner t'cmirrm u1* I
t Elizabeth ; Secretary Miss practically us follows : "I TI.e other in addition to the officers m.J (..... 't 5..5'I I
Donegan; Treasurer, II. N. want to explain, my position. When I is I.vies V. Story another local man (9 I ttttfk;II"o' : ::;
Bratton; Marshall Mrs. Lillian Dey- the committee V i;tr*';v.wr S.rue I
was here from Saint who S
is well and favorably known. III' 'W
_ oreo; Chaplain, Mrs Annie Bryan; Cloud und asked for the fair no one I! han been a resident of Kissimrmv for LtTI>FEK & PHATHER ,
Organist Mrs
Bessie Sanderson; opposed it from
I Raw eighteen during the last
years nine
1 Mrs.
Mrs. D. B. Shaver; Adah, no lesson why it shouldn't be held of which he has been proprietor ofLylcs I 1rEAR Ij
Agnes Brinson >>
Buckels Esther ; Ruth Miss Lucy there when they ottered! the building\ I V. Story and Company's dry I j (
; Klberta
Bryan; for it. I did not know then that i it I: goods store. ..
Martha I .
Miss -
Lucy Lupfer .. I
; Elects had )been advertised for The other twelve stockholders ,
Mrs are I
Mary Lee
I I agree that it should be Kissimm"e'l (11t'4
all highly respected local men, and. !'I ,, I: I

I( include: Ira Wetherbee. Roy A. Wells,
I I.t'JIunl"illium', II. M. 1'fann L II. %
,1 I Tres. I D, fj. .McKay. (;. J.'. Kribbs. I-. .
K. J. Denning! Robert. Keidel, M. K.
J. WADE TUCKER President I.. E. KENN.: Cashier Stephens, ('. R. t'rum, and C. K. ; \
CEO. W. PERSONS, Vice-President IVarden. I IThe Y
B. C.: SMITH Asst. Cannier
s '
ir notice of intention to apply I for ,
SHIRK ( letters' patent, incorporating the new ,
bank set the date on which the application II I ,
> <
> ((00)K) for charter ill be made tIthe I
governor of Florida, as January
10, 1924. I
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II " ,'. V' V',-, J DEFEAT, STETSON: U
Bank of Osceola County
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Kisaimmee Florida The game was rather rough, with
n. large number of fouls committed by
1 oth teams. Honors were about even J LOONAT1C V 4

I in this feature of the game., All of
the Osceola players did good
with. Mary Kritz, at forward

I[DEPOSITS I ) INSURED Ii I stars.Edith McLean at jumping work'/1

t Coach Bowen was especially pleased THE CASINO THEATRE
at the showing' made l hy hiH teum
due to the fact that thy were playing -

on an indoor court, the first experience -
on a floor of some of the Extends to all
ONCE AGAIN team, the local court being an out- you a Merry Christmas and a most

I, door one. He was complimented on Happy New Year.
I' WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS the playing of the girls by both the _

AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR -' Stetson The line-up coaches.was: Mary Kritz and\ A Big Double Bill for our Christmas Offering .

Elizabeth Moseley, forwards; Edith '
.Iclx-an, jumping center; Katharine "THELMA"Marie

_ We hope that Christmas aoseley, running center; Vivian
time will
whole be the brightest of the Floyd and Edna; Kritz, guards. Eunice Corelli's Greatest Love Story Dramatized

1'i year for you--a season of happiness hope and good Rivers was substituted for Edith For The ScreenA
df cheer. Mclxan, and Madge Rivers for
t Edna Kritz. gorgeous fashion show adds immense

I If you have prospered during the past twelve months we points The the boyn'night team before also at scored Daytona.lj( |I i appeal to millions of feminine hearts

rejoice with you and extend our heartiest wishes for Jnfortunatly the other score was -ALSO ...
J still greater good fortune in the New Year. larger Daytona> High .taking the 'I -
game 22 to 16.< The showing of the Jack Hoxie
t On the other hand if things have not gone quite so for Cowpunchers the basketball was very good! lit that "The Desert Bridegroom"i
? well may the spirit of this happy season fill you with started, only three days practice wan barely having - A 5-Reel Western Feature i

renewed courage and hope for the future. been had prior to the game. Thin For those who
I short preparation peril d, coupledwith like the out door breezy, ''

This bank believes in an all-year-round .the long tiresome trip made the snappy, action pictures of the West
spirit of three hasiet: difference in the
score a
\ good-will and unselfish service showing which pleased the coach. ADDED .
to others. And we want you to know that With the material at hand he cxpeits ATTRACTION (,
interested we are genuinely to duM-lon an excellent team this Buster
f your welfare and are anxious to to do our year.There. I halo -:
lr part at all times in ,
helping you to greater success. were no particular stais all
the .
boys petting 'THE VV
away for the season's if .
Officers directors and first attempt, with credit. /
employees this
} join with me in season roughness. I. Corned; is
wishing'you well. was evident and t'
many' corner. remain to be polished BALLO j a Scream. '
;>tr. lyner was qualified for the maximum I' 1r

Sincerely yours i I number of personal. fouls and _
was replaced -
Squires. Milton -------
i i Graham turned his ankle near the Matinee at 3 P. M. TheTma7 -
beginning of the second half, but At 4:20: Hoxie's Pes-
played the game, through as there Bridegroom, to be followed by Busters Baloona-
** .1 '. I were no other substitute. tlc.
This was the first "conference"game I
I behnj also the .first of 'any NIght, 7:30: Desert f"
kind for the Osceola boy this to be ; 8:40f:
'/ The line-up) wall: Milton Grahara year. followed by The Balloonatic. Thelma' .

center.: Dick Bandy and Raymond PRICES
Tyner, forwards; Fred Lupfer : 18e AND 31c:, PLUS TAX''Coming
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