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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 28, 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: VID01148
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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OFFICERS Grocery.. S. L Stores'Smith And, Buys Will Two Have,More "MADISON SQUARE ,SUNDAY THE BEST YET Secretary Get. Letter Of Chasaber Endorsing Of Report Commerce Of CHRISTMAS TREESix u

';, hala of'City Cash Store ,Chamber, CoMmittee On OutlookAt '

Joint Ceremonies Of Three Key Si: 'I.*Smith 'came to OOII'mm. Chamber Appoints 'Committee Cornet Duettist And Special yesterday* meeting of the -Hundred Young Guests' +

Orders Last Night Filled .. l.atMIY': and looked Kissimmee To Confer With, Saint Program Delighted, Largest Chamber Commerce' Secretary U. Of The Women's Club-,At
orer. He bought some city property J. Burrow read a letter from StanleyS.
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Fraternity;Hall Rooms: and some farm property/ In September Cloud'and CommisSioners' 'I Crowd Of, The Season Lichty editor of, the Melbourne Community Gathering
.... \ he returned to Kissimm.e'this'' Times relative to the 'condition of
The beautiful'' .installation 'ears ,time coming "home"' In,the course That Osceola county' should be rep- ''J I All dolled up>> in their new uniforms! the Ocean-To-Gulf Highway and the There"VL"- wag Just 'a tfae of sinter '
monies of the Blue Jtodllth Royal' of time he- became then*pastor of the resented at the Florida exhibit-which Twa thue'wrth the Kissimmee Concert prospect for its completion. He says In air a tang which mad one'I.I
Arch Masonsand the of the Second Baptist church, which is in is to be held at Madison Square Band last Sunday. They looked the people of Melbourne are of the realize/ It VM Christmas. The tin
Eastern witnessed last the nature of missionary work a* the Garden in New. York in February mighty fine. And they played mighty opinion that the report of thee committee soiled decoration on the tree sacred
: night by atogathering of Mason* and church is small and cannot support a through, the courtesy of John Ring- fine, too. They' had a prograniwhich which was made at the Chamber to the custom of the season, glistened
their friend which filled the lodge, Paid minister. However the churchIs ling was the consensus of opinion expressed had not an unsatisfactory num. of Commerce meeting and,, later In the many colored lights. Strain 1 X
rooms IfA overflowing. of fleer*:, growing( since he took hold of It. at yesterday's meeting of the .ber. The record-, breaking crowd enJoyed published in The Gazette accord of music were wafted on the air in r.
. for the new yearn all threee of these Chamber of Commerce. According to It. fully with all the facts in the case. all directions and from all those 'di.
, bodies were installed the Eastern iternatinghomorningsroanndSueveninalThe*, advices received counties are given ,The Innovation-for pleasing programs Mr. Lichey's letter to ?,Ir. Burrows rections the little children came. Very $
Star ceremonies coming first, then first and third Sundays He free space while cities must' pay for by the band are not innovations follows orderly, In view of the expectancy
Orange Blossom Lodge and last, the preaches in the mornings; and the them.It they are 'habits--was the appearance Relying to your letter of the 20th which shone from each pair of bright
Royal Arch Masons. second and fourth at night. was decided that a committee be I. of James P. Locke, ambila- the ever troublesome Mel- eyes they stood, the little tow-headed ,
M n. Bessie Sanderaon acted as Installing A little over a month ago he boughtthe appointed to take the matter up with bial comet du ttlllt. Everywhere the bourne-Kissimmee Highway, I can tots, the curley headed" older ones,
it officer for Kissimmee Chapttr. grocery store of G. M. Taylor. the Saint Cloud Chamber of Commerce I. question could be' heard "Has he one say nothing; that will throw further and some who soon must pass from
No. 62, O. E.S..and the following Last week he purchased Bowen' and, if that body was agreea mouth-piece on two comets T" But light upon the subject than what the happy day dubbed childhood. i
were those who took office at the grocery at 602 Mabbette street. Yesterday ble, for the joint committee from the he didn't have. He had two cornets. your committee, composed of Messrs. The corner -lot on Broadway and
time: Worthy Matron Mrs. Gr- he acquired the Corner Grocery two chambers to interview the coin And he played them both. Both at Carson Farmer James M. Johnston, Sprouie donated for the occasion by
rude Katz; Worthy Patron J. L.Ovcrstrcei from P. R. Privett. In the near missionera on the sublect. President thesame time. He delighted his S. B. Aultman W. B. Harris J. E. Dolph Walker, was fringed with r
; Associst Matron Mrs. future he expects to open another Carson Farmer appointed the com audience, triple tonguing\ "Carnival of Edmonson and Allison T. French, reported them, and with older folk. Near the e
Grace Maklnson; Conductress Mr*. store. mittee as follows: S. L. Lupfer. Sr., Venice" with variations. to your chamber after a recent tree members of the band played var
Dora Smith; Associate Conductress The erstwhileTaylor store will be chairman U. J. Burrows, A. T. During the intermission announcement investigation conducted about the 1st ious selections fitting to the occasion.,
Mm. Mary Gardner; Secretary. Mia amalgamated with the Corner Gro- French, and Milton Pledger. was made for the band boys by of the present month. I publishedthis And after that, the word was given r
Rlirabeth Donegan; Treasurer II. N. cery. At the Mabbette street store Prosecuting Attorney Milton, Pled- William Triplett. play director, that report in the Melbourne Timeson and the long line of youngsters, be. '
lira t ton; Marshall Mrs. Lillian Dey- he has installed a* sanitary meat ger at the request of President the people' would be given the oppor- December 12 and our people here gan to move. The little fellows went'
,)ro; Chaplain Mrs. Annie Bryan; market and the chain of stores he Farmer, explained the new automo- tunity to help the boys pay for their are of the opinion that said report :one way, their older brothers and sis. J1
Orimnlst, Mrs. Bessie Sanderson; expects to control will be known as bile law. He said the traffic law was Uniforms. Assisted by Miss Percie accords fully with all of the facts in : tars another while both lines came ;,
Warder Mrs. Georgia Shaver; Adah. the Kissimmee Cash Stores.: He will amended in but one particular, that Oliver and Miss Helen Bass some of the caqe. This report was taken from back on the other side. The ''down ,
Mrs. Agnes; Brinson; Ruth Mlas Lucy' adopt a Cash and Delivery policy.Mr. having to 'lo with "foreign" cars. the players passed among the crowd the December 7th issue of The Gazette 'trip" took th hampers piled
y, Itackcls; Either, Mrs. Elberta Bryan; Smith: is one of the most enthusiastic Under the new provisions of the law and "passed the hat," the process nettinti and should be familiar to you. high 1 with Christmlll->' looking bags ,
, Martha. Miss Lucy Lupfer; Elects, boosters Kissimmee boasts. a car which beam a license from another them $79 toward their raiment You may' depend upon it that the of candy, that you could see through..
Mrs. Mary Lee Keen. lie believes In Kissimmee and in Os state, showing that all the provisions The program for next Sunday follows people of Melbourne fully recognizethe In the subdued light of the tree the
Mrs. J. E. Lupfer marshall for the ceola county, and ,he tells anybody of that state's laws have been : importance of this road, and I scene became. one of outstretched'
installation ceremonies presented he meets what he believes. Last complied with may secure part t wish to assure you that If it were in little hand, and when each hand was' "
Mrs. Lola Overstreet retiring Wor- week he joined the Chamber of Com time license for Florida, this time to SUNDAY PROGRAMFOR CONCERT I their power to remedy the present withdrawn it clutched the
thy Matron with the Past WorthyMatron merce, and. in doing so he ..Id. "I'm be for two months, or for multiple of Broadway Band Stand situation they would leave no stone candy and nuts. On the baJ'of' I:'
pin. and a beautiful bouquetof enjoying the fruit of what, the othersare two months. This two month pro unturned to apply' the remedy. As ney the two processions
flowers. Mrs. Gertrude Katz, the doing.; I want to get in and do vision is only for tourists who have' KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND 1 matters now stand we are greatly in- big boxes of apples, and' again the .
new Worthy Matron w.a.1ao the my share of paying too." already secured licenxe from another U. J. Burrows Director debted to the Union Cypress Company hands were filled many of, them so
recipient of flowers. The minister has some cooperativeIdeas state, and does not affect residents of for the effort they have put small that two were required to hold a
Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80. F. of interest to the grower also. this state who must pay for full arch-Battle of the Winds___DubV forth to maintain the ferry. This the luscious red beauty with which '

and A. M.. was the next to install. He expects to install In the near future year's license at all times up to the Suite in 4 parts_______--___Atlantis company Is more interested in the they were laden. Some there were y
I District Deputy Leonard S. Thornton fountains in his stores where he first of July. _.________________Safraneck completion of the highway, than it is who came back for more, for that was ;
in the few dollars that it is takingin the children's
of Orlando, was the may keep vegetables fresh. "The County Clerk John L. Overstreet a-Nocturne and Morning Hymn of hour. '
and the new officers were: Worshipful grower should be provided with an introduced Dr. John F. Phillips the Praise.' by handling the ferry business. ,I While the youngsters were haYing- '
Master John L. Overstreet; Sen11 outlet ,for his produce says Mr. new nartor of the First Methodist b-A Court Function This is the truth of the matter as 'their fun the carol-singers led by' I
junior Smith, "no les than the consumer I find it.SEARS. Mrs. U. J. Burrows, and accompanied
T. Sigler
r Warden. George ; church, telling the members that Dr. c-The Prince and Anna.
Warden, J. Nathan Bryan; Treasurer, provided with fresh. vegetables" Phillips has come to Kissimme to d-Destruction of Atlantis by members of the Kissimmee Concert r
M. M. Miller; Secretary, W. L. Bui- - be a resident for four years anyhow A Flower Song-Hearts and Flowers HOPES FOR Band sang "It" Came Upon The" ;
lock; F Byron Ames. Senior Deacon: STJRITEVERYWHERE and perhaps for a longer period. Dr. _________ ____Tubani Midnight Clear; "Silent Night; 4'.
M G. Sutton, Junior Deacon; J. R. CHRISTMAS Phillips spoke briefly in which he March-Roval fleeree-W. P. English "Oh Come All Ye Faithful; and

Si n')ue field. Senior Steward; and R. aid he wall most anxious to have a INTERMISSION ACTION ON Those"Hark The Herald Angels Sing." r
I I Keen. Junior Stewart. part in whatever the commun'ty aid Selection-Prince of India____--King RIVER' Misses who sang the carols included
Sam L. Lupfer Jr., was presented PRESENT the town undertook, and emphasized; intermezzoKileauK.. L. King Katherine Tiller, Violet Bullock
Mailer's Jewell at the ______Selected Carroll Makinson Helen Bass, ;
wish the Past the value of team work and co-op- Song for the Cornet..,- '
onclosion of the installation cere- "rntion plus enthusiasm and optim- March-The Southerner __Alexander Thinks Appropriations For Phay, Ethel Owen. Mrs. Bur.' ,
'nonis of the Blue Lodge and W. J. Many Yuletide Gatherings ism. Star Spangled Banner__________Key Federal Buildings Very rows and'Mrll. W. L. Bullock.
The ladies of
tttrrd was given the Past High the club who.dlnpens-' *
Pncnt's jewel$ of the Royal Arch Masons Beside Community Tree Doubtful This SeasonCongrf'8Sman ed the good things to'the children, p s
KISSIMMEE GIRLS COUNTY FAIR PLANS with tho assistance of' Santa' Clan 4
Brought HappinessBy "
Ki'simmee Chapter No. 10, Royal "himself. were Mrs. H. N. Makin-
W. J. who is
Sears son, Mrs. W. L. Paulk Mrs. J. Z,.Rob- '-
Arch Masons then installed J, Nathan ( Celeste J. Fripp) at his home in Kissimmee for the arson, Airs. ,George Gardner and ;
Bryan aa High Priest; Sam Bram- WIN FROM ORLANDOWith ARE PROGRESSING ;
Christmas recess is in a sanguine Miss Frances Bay. The committee ;,v '
F. Ames ,Seribo; of
King Byron Sharing
mar ; Joy frame of mind when he discusses the from the Women's Club in
George T. Sigler, secretary; II. N. Not what we have but what we' possibilities for appropriations for the charge ;
arrangements were Mrs Gardfj.
Bratton. treasurer; Otto Bleech, Captain share seems to have been the splendid Score Tied At End Of Important That ExhibitorsGet Rivers and Harbors. lIe is less so nee, Mrs. Roberson and; M'ss: Bay. .. .
of Host; Colvin Parker Principle i. in the big Christmas spirit when it comes to the question of federal .
urge Starbird
Sojourner; F. M. Morton. Royal which prevailed in Kissimmee. II Second Arid'Third Quarter In Touch' With County buildings.. the Roy was chairman: of
decorating committee and Mrs.'
Veil Arch M.Captain, M. Miller: J. If.Second Lord.Veil Third W. The public schools In air its departments Locals Nose Out)Ahead, Agent In. Near Future Asked yesterday' what he considered George T. Siler chairman of the s q',

L. Bullock; First Veil' J. L. Aldrich ushered in the caroling and the likelihood of getting some action soliciting( and buying committee,
the Sentinel; S. L. Lupferj Jr.. Chaplain. Fresh from over Stetson With the location of the
; county
p"fT&m.nd'' by the way_a .sightto he had hopes that this might be doneat Mrs. Roberson. Mr*. Burrow had
tho Osceola
of High
COMMUNITY PLAYERS behold was the collection of narcissi University girls fair definitely decided last week as this session of Congress '"I sin charge of the musical program. ,
School ran against a team from in Saint
up the Tourist Club House
( in Miss Yowell's room. Miss cerely trust that during the present
APPEAR AGAIN SOON Yowell and-Mrs.' Schuck's children Orlando, High Saturday night could which do Cloud-there has been renewed activity session I may,be able to,have,incorporated DR. JOHN F. PHILLIPS
them show what
they '
looking toward making this year'sfair
had some weeks narcissus in the Omnibus Bill an appropriation
Next Offeriag Will Be A bulbs planted which were ago in state of in basketbaUdom. For four qu.rtersof ) eclipse all others. The Christmas for the Kissimmee river.If NEWEST MINISTER VM\ .
Modern Version Of -r_ Nitsa blooming for Christmas: One each a decidedly" rough game with honors holidays have necessarily caused a I fail it will certainly not be due
these two sextettes battledto Hiatna in the but County Successor: To Dr. Norton Arrive (
to lack of effort .
A Bar ROOM. Under TplettThe for every mother was the child' gift. any on my part."I
development a practically'continuous tie. At Agent J. R. Gunn met with the Saint With Family And Take Up Ills
beautiful and beautiful
Kissimmee Concert Band will A plan the tender'a white blossoms the end of the first half but eight I Cloud Growers Association last night have introduced a bill calling for Residence And Pastorate *
be the sponsor for the next appearance as time. point hAd been scored, four by each' and specified! plans were laid, the an appropriation of $45,000 to either: a
of the Drama players. The of. opened just in team. At the end of the third quarter Saint Cloud committee appointed, deepen the channel or to build locks. Dr. John F. Phillips, the new pea ,I,
faring will be "Ten Night"* In A BarRoom In all the churches on Sunday program the score was still a tie. When and the actual work of putting on the The decision as to which method tor of the First Methodist church,
." and will be the sixth com- in song! story and be.btifulIIowerll the final whistle blew Kissimmee had exhibit started.Detailed should !be employed would be left in preached his first sermon in Kill.imi, ,
inanity play staged In the city by Mr. gave forth their homage to a one point lead and the game was : information on last night's the hands of the United States Boardof mee last Sunday morning. With Dr., '* ?
and Mrs. Triplet since they became the. Christ child Probably never before won. meeting could not be obtained in time Engineers." Phillips' arrival Klsslmmae churches r

Kissimmee resident less than ninescheduled have the season's offering teen It was a good game, barring the for tbs issue, but there were being Mr. Sears was in a good humor have a complete roster of regular ,
beautiful. all the l
Then too ministers.
so ,
months This is it. considered various committees in
play roughness and enjoyed
ago. everyone over ,the question of "Pork Barrel '
for Tuesday night January 15, at the churches have given. to their respective The Orlando forwards were excellent Kissimmee, of like nature as those in Congressmen," which subject has not Dr Phillips is domiciled at the
Casmo theatre and the;proceeds will orphanage Lodges, and Amer. but they had some excellent guards Saint<<: Cloud to assist in lining up the been less frequently mentioned recently Methodist parsonage with Mrs. Phll-
go to the band.,' Inn Legion did their share. TheWoman's : against them, in Edna Kritz Vivian exhibits: in the territory contiguous to than in days gone by. "Last lipv. two sons, Wendell and Donald vj| Land
The coming; J program .will bring Club sponsored the Musicipaj Flovd, and Mary Sanderson.. Elizabeth the county seat. It is probable that year" said he. "the Budget Bureau a. daughter Betty; Louise a little JM \
forth a modern version of the famous* Christinas/with. layettes clothIng Mosoley Kissimmee forward these 'committees will be appointed cut the appropriations for Rivers and "Florida cracker," seven months old. nI '
Club remembered -
temperance drama "Ten Night in a played the best game of her basketball tomorrow or Monday and begin Harbors about half. Congress accepted -
Bar Room,",a play that has lived for and food. career while Katherine MoseleV, funct' ning immediately. The- date the figure* i of the engineers,
many years and one that is destined Vlsiiattiivx Santa Clans at running center, played a very pretty of the opening of the fair is January rather than those of the financial experts JUt t t

to live and to enjoy great'popularity Mr. M. A. Clark ,who has pent game. 23, Just! twenty-six day off. realized:: the necessity for the' :

for generations yet to come."' all her year in practical Christian Three Kissimmee girls were eliminated The Important thing for the peopleof (tMprovmentfl under consideration, and ;
The, text of the story has. been work. de"e1oped..n interesting by the personal foul route the the{county' to do immediatly is to placed the amount of the appropriations I ( 3'Jh.a
faithfully preserved in the new ;yetiSion Christmas plan this year. rule being that after three personal let the'county agent know what they for this important work back to lit.

., though many disagreeable; obsolete Mrs. Clark wrote. Mr*. Brooks, fouls a player is disqualified. The : will .have to enter. Approximate entries practically tho original amount. I .
features which were always a of Methodist at referee is supposed to warn the player ;,must be known in order to prepare -
hindrance In the earllet productions Orphanage for "Those of us who have worked a1)d I a
children after two have been committed. floor space. Particularly
Enterprise, to have aH the
of the have eliminated voted in favor of these
play been or improvementshave
(there are one hundred) write lettersto Mary Sanderson Edith McLean and necessary will be the information on
overcome. Instead of ten acts and Santa Claus, expressing the things Edna Kritx each went out of the>I pouftfy, a* exhibit cages mu t be been" called "Pork Barrel Con-
rixteen scenes, entailing almost constant gressmen. Therefore we are sometimes
because of these foula. secured. .
"would like him to and to game .
they bring- ,.
change of stage setting, with I in doubt as to just what is best
send her Mr*. Clark, these letter The team, to The Gazette will endeavor to.print
the attendant tiresome wait, the according original to do, especially when the criticism:
program now consistently unfold it- .- These Interesting letter csme- line-up was: Mary Krita and Elizabeth next week the complete list of allcommittees comes from our own people. If this
self in five continuous acts and ranks the requests were not for candy nor Moaeley: forwards; Edith Mc so that exhibitors can appropriation had not been returnedto ,
high; among the very best of modern especially for toy -' but",for'combs Lean jumping center; Katherine get in touch with the leaders of the its original figure, Jacksonville,
dramas. tooth brushes pocket bl.... fountainpens : Moseley,. running center; Vivian various departments. In the mean Tamna, and other cities of the state .
The plot strikesharder', and digs Bibles tie*,,.tie-pins dollies, tea Floyd and Edna Kritz, guards. Mary time all growers and producers of any would have materially suffered. As ,
kind be -
deeper into the evils born of rum sets, rubber belts and'bala. The re- Sanderson was substituted for Edna to entered should communicate far as I am personally concerned I
drinking than "a" dozen suests were soy human they,;.touched i Kilts and later Edna Kritu for Mary with Mr. Gunn. Now you who do not care how much criticism is
sermons, while the humorous eloquent aide of the heart of any one Interested, in Sanderson. Dorothy Bullock afterwards are reading this-have you decided to aimed at me, so long as I believe I .
the work has not in the least been children. Needless to-say the appealsmet substituted for Edna Kritc. enter something? If not why not? am Tight: and I shall continue jo

neglected and'man mlrth-compell- ready re.pon.e. J Mrs..Clark'dis Eunice Rivers replaced] Edith Me. work for Rivera and Harbors im
>ng scenes call forth, out. tributed to Kisimme..frlendettheseletters. Lean. Referee Miss Helen Warlow, CHIEF DRIGGERS GETSSOMEBODY'S provement. .
In box lent the orphanage Orlando: Umpire, Miss Percie Oliver. 14
bursts of hearty laughter.- la:the : LIQUOR "It looks very doubtful" the congressman ..
"light and shade" of the play that in.time for Chrletmaa.wss an answer 1 continued "that there will ,1
gets under the skin-and stays there. to: every one of tb.'one'hundt' d let- Whoever expected to get some be anv appropriations made for public -

The Drama Players are well suited tra., t MASONIC SERVICE IN ST. ,"Christmas licker" last Saturday buildings other than for emergency
to the requirements the cast which The- School Lunch sRoora Not morning was out of luck. Chief of measures. I sincerely hope my ,<
will; Include MessrsWalte*.:Us s)a< -Ptt Police ,:Driggera/ walked to a car Information is not correct on this ,
S.mon Slade" tha .ytern-0eP8rt;: back of{ a local garage and arrested subject, and that I may be able to DR. JOHN F. PHILLIPS "
Albqrt Sutton aa "Willie llammo d," : To {tne( School hII diep. members, of Orange Blossom Arthur,Lee who had nine quarts of secure favorable action upon the bill \'

the pampered 7O. ...Bi11">ilth.r.5"Harvey .: jyithrsll Jcfadthoughts .and Lodge No. 80, F. and A. gin aad "shine" in the car. Lee was I have introduced for public buildings The minister and hi. family cam i'
Green .Jiambl.r" k ltd t! good wishes for Christina and visiting Masons' will assemblealit released on $60. bond to appear in I in Florida." here from' .Jacksonville where Dr' tl(

Sidney ,RiChard .affFrank-SladeAa "''tW' nal'1 Fraternity,Hall at'7 pVnw r + next'Sun city eptitt today. 'I Phillip was pastor 'oil the Wesley, i
bar room habituYVwhiIl> th**tole-bf . Mr. aDGharl" D: Cole.card day, December lOt where they ,,will The chief got a wire from NewYork' Memorial Methodist church, bavin: "! r,
"Sample 8witch il.". 'th&< e >S!. ttJe' '' to the ,"arch'to St...Iohn'.'Episcopal church ; Saturday' from Chief Inspector CIVIC AND BEAUTIFICATION completed pastorates prior to his
.hupY'.luclQoIYldaal' \ hdwAnect \. Isasden Q I t 'rida sent thee where a special Masonic sermon will Lahey* :telling him to arrest and bold DEPARTMENTS TO MEET Jacksonville charge, in Titusrill and.Daytona I jtl"t
on "gin'and molasTriplrti. oiCj ff be preached by the Rev.'Albert New Hermaty t Briear; and Harold Russell. Beach. ,
n '* '
be play >tilt AI nTT.; r""mButwlth PastGrand Chaplaln'of North Carolina. Mr. Briear I* wanted on a kidnapping He is a native of Pennsylvania, and t a"
are ..
Mr." Tj t Jae iOdodeca ,'Ii:. 10 L. .... . w.. '" "** chartfe.IIarold' Russell being the boy Mrs. A. T. Morrison chairman of took his Bachelor degree at ,Mount'f "
dru kard-: ., 1": '"ri 'tottracUvi*musical'l w in 'qi e4ion. New York police said civic and beautiAeation department Union' College Ohio In which ,f '
( f An program bat they: 1 ware; tti g out extradiitlon of the Ktaslmmee Women's Club, ha he ti
married.' H* took hill Doctor's and
Miss ';J; ...d A ; been arranged'and *venrbod> ieox; paper*,''the jury there having indicVdBrfoaq called a meeting these department Master degree, at Boston Unhrer-J, 4 Ii "
rM, t. Ii aFtth ..i I on aecord reD whoahh dually:, at+nd.";- ;, / upon the kidnapping charge for next Monday r night December 3LfeeChapter alt, 'and -poetgradaaU-wertt-ftf' i t
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1 & SCOUTS AND LOADED GUNS BETTER INSECTICIDES AIM bility of utilizing bacon in more ways\' EThER 'SI'REESTO

-- OF BUREAU OF CHEMISTRYOne \ than heretofore. For example, in SPEED' _"I'LAXT GROWTH '

If today's floy Scouts remember of the most' Important fields of en families older the membot school\9 of children' the bou5hoId.and. oft f Useful .plants will not be 'Allowed' _- 11

and practice when grown'-up all the i activity of the Bureau of Chemistryof C'fln"lIndwicheR'o Dacon can be put to finish heir long winter sleep if a _
: N'--
i sensible rules they" are learning1, this till! United Stales department, of in .theso ;sandwiches, cither by Itself( J discovery: just announced by Prof,

I country seem likely) lo be a safer agriculture Is the work, the'bureau is in combinationwith other neat, "I ovij Lumsden 'of the Federal Hor-
-- place 'to 'live in later on than it Is ,doing to develop effective and che<>p'insecticides lettuce and salad dressing such\ as\' ticultural lioarj becomes the c m- ,

.j*t present. are'devoting :7" '' and. fungicide for the one finds, lit? a club sandwich. Either I mon property of nurserymen, an 9"
In one community the Scouts ''control insect As (cur and professional gardeners undeven
of pests. crop pro.tiixtion bread or toast may .be used Cottage!
the month of December to farmers. He has found that If'
I. becomes' more intensified new : Of' cream cheese, with b.lcolmllkes Apood '
learning and proniwloratinR home biological problems arise in the attempt tiiindwich, Bncon can be cook- .given a "idiot' of dope," .toither by the
safety measure A recent diyV.lcs.von ,. to maintain equilibrium beans inhalaticti of hypodermic ,method.tliey
an ,/Jed and served with greens pni : ,
concerned firearms in' the home. which will he of benefit and. profit h'rIlHno ('t LIid, used' to /garnish and give flavor play be awakened ns if by an alarm-
The Scout warning reads .thus I clock and! set their work of grow-
I Some of our most acute agri- I Ii many vegetables, poultry, and tq
"Every gun fs loaded 'Din't'know i cultural problems originate from in- j I j jto I meat dish(.". A siiic.ll piece makes i I lug and! producing (flowers or fruit.
it 'wan loaded' I Is an alibi aft olds I I outlined; foUowa in ,
:i wet'! depredation' or fiom plant d-I I I any soup tastier. Club sandwiches j Ilia iliocovrry Is itS
senseless alibi1. 1
Runrpowder It's a stimulated Science Service's Daily Science News
i cases or containing bacon and various! ccmliinatinn.H 1I
Nothing could be easier than to open i insects. The work the bureau of I| of other ingredients make j' Hullotin ( WashingtonJ\ : I

the breech and find out chemist! Is doing in chemical "The drug used(/ 'n bin .experiments
| ry rejHoarch.of t tluid,'(*il I Sunday l1ij.'hl."up.r! I because -
"If absolutely necessary to keep insecticides and funiti,\ .id'-s. J'j they! urif easy to prepare: and was the common ether of the hospital

fircams around the house, lock them I therefore, has a tremendous' economic I "evvc. They are. equalgood] for the i>t>"iniing-rooin! but instead. of putting
out of reach of children. sif-nilicnnce. This is being I 'his plant! .subjects .to fi1'p! : it
allowed J'tO'olClljZ'I I l 1st te aftthoaUr! t paity t "I' for evi'nittir I
"A young boy should never bp t'd nnd I is beinif i\ developed and 1 ex- (jue-tx when one is eltterjail'i2.iLtt'"fl woks: them up. They liked it nnd

to. us? a gun unless an older .' landed as I lapidly in p >sHibl.](>. j with' eggs! scrilmlil'-'l, 1 ir fricl. I, seemed lo thrive aft t.tjutI, one tivatment. ] Don't

;, person is with him. 1 A study i.; I eimj inadv of foliage ,s honrtv t'lumirh for n dinner i dish
"Every."gun i h loaded( unn prove,1othl.'rwisc. I i injury by nrsenicali nnd I other i insce'ticides ionilly., Tne poi'U i is that by iiI "- were" taken from. outdoors in ii I win Downs

I Those t..ue01'. 1.... and tootltrongly and fuligied in order, to ,d I.-- I mjr JiaiM.n" I'll'qll, <'ntly I I tlu. hO'J ('wifl'i ter. -\ hen they had t 0 In-, dug from
are < not I velop rnntei'inN I I which, while I 1 I he f'oren' ground with picks were
with spiny I aid's gientlv! I lo t the! flavor und iiitercnlef I II '
put. Fouling n gun: Dieting in Mil efficient manner, mav be i'up"Jied j I t the fooil ,.,1J(starves... I'iven; an ovcrniirbt I ) dcb'iuch.!) ami t the -:: ,
'about ''
has ended
disastrously an to' teii'liT fIieewit: .., hou{' injnviiiir - ,- -- | next' morning I sl-o/jM" <'f im avorngelfnslh
adults who "thought it wasn'tloaded"
t many it. Owill/'o' the Iniportnnci, I of "'('-I'ilhlh nf inch Imd ,
/ an
13 for i i. I OI.D'MsoM1! : ( : KFI.ICSCIVKX !
as it has boys. It i
very '
I I which calcium ar.-ennte t has ii simc'l i I i -iii,out t'il.! /Kept they coni .F e edPurina Cow I
_ _ t rarely "absolutely iwressury" to keen ; ) : scorisn( ) iin! : _
in I the, dusting cf cnlti I n for the I con- . I i.-iui-d I to crow, and llowrn werepiodiieil I
a (run in the house, nod as 1 lonir in irot of the (" .If"n bo'lv'! <'"'\il. ItO extensive I ",'k i'l mlvancn of the
carelessness and l lu-edlessness remain: I | |1)i' SioMish\ Kite bodies! of 111! !not'- \\ < us- Chow how. "ou'll PURINA
j investigition i of the phyicnl'I u.oI) get
human traits, i ii, is infinitely dangeroug / : I ihiln'll apolyis hI\: I- i to do f o. I'ensncola News.if I and (- properties upon whirli1it and" I piiceb-s.-) relics I winch i me i I toli "K-sfs wee.I I il en from t 'hi'

j _> _-. _ ,__ I I Iu I fffeelixenesH i depends'/ i is I being/ | I ,- ""Io'TeI: l ii) t'le library! for the useif (I""n\' ,| jirnl given a hypodc1 t. .( itt,t' inI 3 Ibs. of milk! : per poundof
II I inrtilf., The fit !Id I work eoiiilncled, nt i iTallulnh I' I Masonic, ; students.' 'pile /gift ill- I j""IIOIl of the "':l11t' ',!J'uJr. >:iut only

IWlUHU11XIIXTI'UE: CONTROL I Ia., .durin the yeiir bus ri'I,I iluiles mi "Id Knglish/ 11'.1.'. prinlc.tJ "did i t they "sprout' I nnd I grow" I, it. more
I ; EARLY' BLIGhT OF TOMATO) suited in two achievements) of impurtanec ,I n i'I ")'t1f Knglish: type I bearing the date important. ,ill to I the* iiiK gnrdon-' Cow Chpw feed Besides Oj

__ ,_ I' -the <,li'X'el"rment of auuiekj.'te a .! .>f I l.">7!*. the I t time i of Qit i't'ii ICIi/.Hbeth : C'tiii'y vvi'ic immune I to all the or- 0

Li Ore of the most ,,(.riou!( discuses of l i -'t for. i detecting high i water-soluMe! i MI I 101'Ca"1 on wine i i\veM-' Cii, ,ived l diiuiry plant diHcnseH that ,make indoor Cow Chow keeps I

U the tomato-.early blight/ or nail-head l U'senio i i in commercial' i calcium I nrsenjute .the s"|iiale and! compass ul I the dites, rose niUi'V! : a practical inipon.ilil i- PROTEW

rust-may be controlled by the use' and the) diseoverthat the dew I 1771-177t>; a Kirge, Hiblipi'' : inted. inI I t\ t' cept in large greenhouse' s.

__J of bordeaux mixture. | on c-ottim t plants contains relativelyl i I I l.jitin nod dated I llidj; : ; II'u: / I'lofi-ssor I i I-unladen I has had roses i inI'Vbrnnrv I your cows in shape for

-II The plants upon which the disease l rgc quantities of \plant cvurfiiU1.which 1 mcnt in lal'lI.' printed in !1\1:\1 ; II ;just. six weeks from tin! : !

occurs should be sprayed with r>-r>-;>(0 compounds/ j in the presence of I book e'nl il Il'd. "TcnipUif, Solomon lini" the plant was given its stiniulntin fall and winter produc COW CHOW

bordeaux at 10-day intervals Begin moisture, decompose calcium I arsenI'te. 1 Spiritunli/.ed." printed' in London! in ; .' injection."Onlv .

praying the young plants in the thus affording/ a possible explanation I 17,71 ; olil"I legal I parchments .bearing iterv small ipuintity 4 or

4 seedbed as soon an they have developed !- t of many cases, nf unanticipatedplant I ,I the date! of 17.l:! ; ; a I ni'w York IWWhlOnidil11Z' ,,- | et l'er iv nfeded. In ibis inlllllnl ion lion.Florida.

I true leaves, using a weaker solution I i injury which have I been olisei < I I' ,piiH'r, ,,,< I the death of met hot"I the plants arc i>ut i in an nir-i

[ say 3350. ed in the dusting of cotton.The fic'c.nre.; Washington i ; two old! medals I I tight! chamber containing 27 cubic

In discussing this disease Dr. (J. F. demand for ralctum ar'enaie on,' .a l-'rench, ) Masonic'medal,. I beat i ing i : feet of siiii.tAhout a tablespoonfulof !
I Weber, associate plant pathologist/ of I for boll weevil control h" hnd the iffirt i tin insctiption" which t ,translate\ rca !1., ether, i is then introduced, and the

the Florida experiment station nays of greatly increasing the price "Liberty Equality.: Fratcinity," the chamber I is sealed. Onlv about tvvelvb'Mii's' !

that "it forms irregular spots upon I of aisenate and arsenical*. This i i.* ot lur, \\as (one y-iven to snnie i nrlv \ (' jo'-II 1i. to I the fumes i is needed. ! Feed Stores

'F the leaves, stems ami! fruit of the 'to- now a terinUK matter for" fruit, (:'lowers " I explorer and I :. $(CO; I'nited! Stales L bill :i'd then (the little J plants are wideawfK
rnato. The the leaves and 1 others using arsenic in Mime, .
spots on appearin pi intcd! I in I 177S. anil I growing.i "
J the form of more or less irregular form for I the control of insect 'pests. I Thi' plan of procedure, then described 306 BROADWAY
4$ concentric, dark rings somewhat reHembling 'and it i is I likely i to develop 1 into a moreKrious t :

I- C in color a title from target. Tho eddish spots vary one., in t the Woik l ( !chemical is being technologyof ( activelyprosecuted A l-'ri'Mcbman John. Hull now lund III i tins, countrvtilK "l'i I I hypodermic!, method. !, 1 sri,ft's- TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
slightly i" to
I of the '::1"11"-" III l'ai'i of the -nr' laimsd-n nuidf' use of aoinin'.s: CALL UP No. 218
dark brown, and often the larger production f >i t IKpur J I (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)
I pose of discoxc'ring' met, ho1fui, b.wrrmjr Ii i.-t'"ary", ..f' ;.!:1! t nirists; tin LiitpiM t i W'th t this a punrtii'e' ahouti
-U pots are easily detached and 1 carried i Mn:: I :1I'altl'l.f i I t i ,
t IIII'' c-ost of tduition.( Sonic )> lisliin.-m.i w hu i enteied t i I a w <,1! p ii tot deep \a'm.d"al: I II -
to other plants by wind), ruin und pt .
por- ,lUlmwn" c.itt', t'le I luis, .if t the si..m i of !th.- !
ons."This. "-rv I ittrtre-t vi results*! ha\ *' altcady, MI c Mtpii'iled' l liv t t11" t\'. M plant ,. -
In en obtained, I little: I i i I i."l-t" el,, ii i Imtl'i'I < f millcrjil \\ )""r," "it IPS 'th- rout '!lh-i) tn, or- ---
disease .
is (list fnund< usually '
,I dini'h" I p >''di-i' titi.-! lb'
\\iitci t 1 and three plati--I .i"I',1 bean iH ( ( u.i-t int ro-
I on the lower !heai yes of the tomatoplant. ,., ,. .:ui'i I a'ld, liii I ...
I I'i at If one eul-1 1 '. *
< : 'tI" \\ u-hes. \\ hit.h} lie h'l.l! t t i- . "
It gradually works up I tin- 1'1 FYI' 01) H\ON \ \ Ml \HI.I--: "iroii'ht( \ \\iih i i liim i in his i p".L" ,. < ; "f' l-i" "injt'cte.l." Tl.i-I I i- the I
plant infecting and oni.ns) I) h'c'i
'I In ii
HI it reaches them. The) f Iruil also ."lanagi-t.1. oven omc, ,by, I this \\ ;is L"'I1"I.III" u-i'd '\ ith0ool. t 1"u:
!" :
L'.V'. ai'iiroai-be) i tin- HIII! ,'ii. und! \ I ,.!.111"1' < h n't ; i----i-i in i !lilac*. Type
seriously attacked. The fungude- I IVioii, i :an In'. II ed! I in ninnv wavslif"dt" -.lId! "I' should li) ,c 1.1. inforni" "t''I- t of the "nrpt't.i'it I applicitionsof ;: i
velops a rather sunken )black.) <-onkpicuous ? s it he you ,,'
< I i\ing! ml i liirnkfasttible 'I lit, t'' i- ,is l10tI i'i' ".h .' t'roi-i--. nccotdiiif i to I
I spotting which makes them" : ) ', \\t' :,I ie I ifmiiiiiml'; bj I the I'mlnl! "Vtlo I'1' r Lumiili"I I
a'e ? i i- t th't. ii-in-r
unsalable. Within the fruit the die-, you I mtci t opt(.il t Ih. ;
States di-piii, I 1 nivni oj" airiii nit ui<- Kngli.-iliiiian.: i I b'i ini'thod! ! "f ib"i'ging, t tin- plant. I I'l\ j
ease causes brown' bluck colored
a or .
Tlieieis just now 'an abundance, "fexcellent I "I run the manager.' \-"v --i'lgb', I 1'ilenl" liinl rr -linol i i- ; :
rot. j I buci.n t to be hud: nl t moderate !I" ,,,, ,' I
a i (111, the ( 1t"\ life. 'Ibis,
i i. you are t mani'ifei are i I" nut n.'iturc'ti I J.i
most triou lowlands
where the on I price, and I the' housekeeper'l- ,. w.i-> :> "u"! That i is good. I was just go irr'to \\i\; '. "s usually only one ,.r three. or I 1 'It. ,
_J plants make a dense wishes to feed her family I! '' I r- 'N :
well!I fin- I
nt for "u.'h" isn'i the ban II J ever glows."Till : I- \I; 1) t ;
growth and where the dew iwuvy.), i small I I cost should I r, I
look i into the ,
I i possi :jpluying: / ?: i Harper's I Maguxine.t0 inav mean much' ;in t''e' cultui1" I I I

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I. 'o,"<, uh'cli) ; I' .
a'e t'Ki'Mi from I tul'i'Ki." ' I
If t-t i-" v lafi'nt, Iu'.n, I 'h.-,(. i tiilieri I II 0 4:2;: '
' .. ild,) I I". ,",,,1.. to gr'I tlii-v i-mld! he -)-'. I ; {j" i
i icut int'i" '-ni/il. I ,
pifces hit I i nf I -- I :.
M'ci! onvcMl. What) i. mure |III.) l.ums- I I (. ...s .".." sH:}:i :;: '. ;

den (K'lii'vi-H that the plant.- would 1 In 'i'" ilr'ti I III

nu I le viiroroii" 0> II .@ ""n. !I ;

j I "lit' i is work'ntr' now to '('O if these) '" ,, I, I. '
I (.t hl' ... ; . ,
( itmrrts, cspc'JHlly the livnoidcrniic : ;;;r' r :.. I
-- sort, do t
i not imnnit' a la"tim/! ''
I : vigor to the plllrit) t-nahlinp' it to re- .: I
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: - - : : slat disease.. Hit experiments with
: -
-- : loses stronplv indicate thru., If tsev .

-,- I i are plants confirmed take the ether rlace'of'shot the will vnrioim withi tTHE" .J.uaiJr SEDAN I ;,

j forms, of .
I vnccinutions towhich the '.. ,
'I i
i iwouM-be healthy'human is now sub' I t .. 1i
jected. $5
-I s |. "Finully. there! is a mystery( in this I !>ETROIT ,90"IQUlprF.D !:
whole affair/ which science
may norm'
dav solve. hut of which; it ImoHI t
I little. Ether temporarily l now i.I The Tudor Sedan Is. Wide doom, folding front i

I I and then. profoundly d'or.".9rimUlat"1, distinctly new rord body .seats, well spaced interior,

Q , I imal I life. With plant life in i type, admirably. designed dark brown broadcloth I

x.ccti11lS irrTo 3 cndc 5 ,with Jol"1it I lit) i..' appa'ently. all stiniulution! t j for harmony of exterior upholstery and attractive
depression and in
I' after-effects, lout instead no l | \ appearance and ece11trimmings give it Individuality -
i a
i increase in ftrenjrth and ,' iurous// ence of( interior comfort comfort and con-
i If science leurn and convenience. venlence.
can why this is
you Wh0111'e know and to much tight: will! lie thrown Prof,1'IIay At
Iumltn $590 its price is lower See this exceptionally desirable '"
uimn the
ecrets of
all who know physiological/: growl h."-j.Ite' ai! Oi- than any sedan 'ever put new Ford product
liSye gladly extend R'P8t. on the American market. in Ford showroom

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our heartiest. wish HOW TO rOMB\T ENEMIES: i, 11ri. car (*m kt obtimJ .m ikt Ford Tl'rrIlly Purekt pr.,...
i that the


come may smile benignly U1)OU'our How to combat the serious '/j"edK"KI KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

I and insect enemiei of the Irish potato
activities I is told in a bulletin just issued
that the
the by
: I
cOIning another Florida
Kxpeiioient Rtat ion.' All of
the common troubles
are taken
Yuletide Season separately, described! nod their ,meth up
f find
may you ods of control explained. CAR( lU
t I Methods

richer through good health and .. spraying Rotation preparing or dustintr various mix- .

contentment turs, for controlling both disease
and! insects are explained. Kesults

-enthused with the sheer from several tests, in which various

sprays and dusts and! varieties of ,
t --'-- ,
(tatoes were used, are. given in 1'0'1- ---- - -- -- --
ofliviilg. bulletin.In I
I gathering: the material for -
I bulletin, special effort! was made to

;; make the tests approach actual field ;; :
11C.:: most. of the And material, us matter of fact
was gathered
: from fields of well-known

TCtssimmccUnllcn! (Snzcttc I growers The bulletin near hastings and Palatka.potato
? was written bv )Dr. (J.
,. Weber, associate plant pathologist, LLt
,. who spent several months of the last t
year .:nd a half studying
potato : I ease in the Hastings

.1! : \ mologist.section written which by J. K.with Watson district.insects ento The was :

I Persons interested should

the Experiment Station, Gainesville write to Hot
and ,
Diieases request yd a Insect copy of of Potatoes.Bulletin 169, i..

?he -?*
GREEK MASONS APPEAL slickest Jbreak/ast you.

ever ate"-when
." I An appeal American made7:4Th \
I[funds flicted to and relieve the distress of 'ftfI 'IecI .
of .
pI Smyrna has )been ..
made by Elias I). .

l>I -t--- clo Simitopouloa Micmstic-Masonle, 33, president ox-offi-\ !"'t.a:
I Mission. of Kr1S ;, :
) -i-d45, ) London England. QeD': .
I Aeeerdinr to the j,,_,,
appeal, one mil ot' ; I
lion 7'J"
i i :innocent '
-- people have suffered an \r" fk ,.
'/-r, .- "- appallingcalamity fend ; J 0
'- undeserved ...J("" t'- __._. II' .1." ,
._ \ sufferings "
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'WAVE 'A 1-> 'itAt

Other towns"of Florida, have their
annual ,events varying from
Dance,"' at' Palm Beach, to the'Gasp tl, M- N t
rilla of Tampa, and not to be out- Wrt(
done, the little City i of. Coooa. half (
between f V 1rii o +ptn A S4ri *
way and "
Miami. '
'It V
is busily preparing for' a celebration ,; 'M v..... .
which hi purpose and program,!la both
new and novel. !

River the Indian '' '
be held on '<. 1 I' .
f a '
January 24-26. and one of it* chief ; IY 8'45h' Wyk .
features will be a Fruit, Pageant in # t" f .
which some '150 floats SuuLxlecorated ..' '
erY 'y r + i
automobiles will represent ttta varied ; I, ? ya. "+
trait and 'vegetables for ''which Bre- I I 1 nrf .1I '
yard is <
county famous Of course ,fl' ,
the orange will 'be most prominently . .
glorified as Cocoa Is the :
heart of the
thore famoua will Indian be River grapefruit orange floats belt,and but fP), t. 2 : 1 f

tangerine floats and banana and ,M.fP r
pineapple floats, and 10 on down the :
list with artistic decorations and
pretty girls to add to the attraction. r
At the name time, thousands of
ranges. will be given away free to all . f 'I t
-' '
visitors and (Ihere will be a Fruit ..1... i i'I t t e
fair with special! demonstrations and t
exhibits of all the table delicacies
made from the orange and the reel-
pies of same given to all that ask
for them.

hot to entertain its
pPCtvdnhose, ex-
visitors to the limit .
and all kinds of attractions
amusements are being planned In. ;' I i
lulling an interriationnl automobile ; i s t r riy
rare on Cocoa Bench with the '
possilulity -
of a world's record being i1 Y'4 ry, M1p<,< Y'r','
gnashed, also
a light
nrnval) of the Mardi masquerade
type with
street dancing and a grand masquernd I $5"1'
a symphony musical festival -
a great water spectacle with
traction pjrrteclimcs and other numerous at- a 2 i+ SI'w 'Nt '

Just now Cocoa ia in the throes of
an exciting voting contest for the
election of King Citrus and the Indian -
River Queen."
men and six charming .
young ladies
the are candidates for these honors, and w 6 r4 <5n. '114 r .Mtd' ; $. ,4r- ;w- a x. y 'y 'IS I
fight to
ascertain who will be the :

tested royaro\ereiirns On the" night If being of January 21 e

the royal pair will be formally -1
crowned, with richly jeweled
crowns t
that have been provided, and will be -
ivlaim e.r.rtwl l to their throne midst loud I..
and much
blare of music.
The' next day they will head the great r\\ '
''"if Pageant
in their

anal tit-nival curt tfnictv 1 that which"and and-:-l,t"vC'nlnrwill"-revelry PLANTS masquerade.IMPORTEII will- -b-during* MAY-the royal. occupy the center chariot night the of i Exftra Speciall Free IHiollidayO


Mondn is much in the
< { finding and
ng plants of oth- ct

oil these which'A nut.few trees produces years were the imported ago wood-oil a from number or China tung-of ft ghtsee 0t1 ] 1Iflai

by the United Stales Department of
rn culture
and forwarded to the -

f Florida
nf the trees are giving a good'a'count i 4 the resolutions you have made forMiami zone.
themselves .
Horticulturist, Harold according Assistant. 1924 is a trip to Miami and Coral '

aboutsmaturetyieidedt, 'this trees)'etr, over now .. i Gables-that wondrous suburb of What a trip to start the New Year right! A k

extracted 185 pounds 25 of' nut."' And the null the Magic\ City that weaves an few days' vacation our guest, and at'the end
percent of oil. '
to prevailing prices,, for tune Accordinlf oil-, ,r irresistible spell about every: of the'journey a ,tour through Coral Gables=a"; ;L

,acre these cf trees*(M.80 rave, Mr.a gross Mnwry' return told tithe are visitor( because;of its beautifying:improvements., memorable event that no' Floridan or' visitor' ,in" "' t.t' .

cent gathering of + and ideal home environment. ,: I
and officials colW specialists Florida can afford to miss. :,:- >
$163 WAS" the!
yield of three of these tree! figured

en. The. an were Htutinn nl-o Mterrpt'nr 'to A During the holiday week special busses will be Your opportunity is here today. Go to the local

e''! "rnniievhct suited, to vflnetHM Florida of .r*Tx-* run from this city to Coral Gables. Without a office or the office nearest your home and make ,

"f '01 I and, climate! t,.'tin"conditions nit. nLim"lplI' .. doubt the trip provides the greatest free sight reservations now. Space on the bus will un-

I < '"U\1'1'1.' irietioi imporlcl: from %ari seeing trip in America today. doubtedly be reserved quickly, for only 22 pas-

'( I i-, v'fntrd o"t that' *
.' tf.ino in invp't'jrltintr' nitio stocks! couM for sengers can be carried comfortably. Join this

,i f- j the(>r' I immon niil, ant.nm! n.. in ft idvn 4 Large, comfortable, de luxe Pullman busses, happy sightseeing group from your own city.

'" rulturnl' conditions! of the equipped to afford convenience will Here is the easiest for to out '
"Jf"'P"V.' and i in nttomntmg tn breed you every way you carry

('I'e Invoreil strawberry frui}. Muchrahnuld<:' n lie hpfter done, take you down the cast coast, giving you the your New Year resolution-a resolution that '.

hLm/ There-. thou ore lines 70 nl,1 with>(| varieties other fruits.of pe- chance. to. see_. 'the. points of historical interest: will bring you joys. untold, wealth.. .and- happiness. ,

iins In'if grown number in in thi, this. country 8t
'hould- which l ho of done these liv arc way best of d for terminins local- reservation must be in our hands not later than Saturday night, 6 o'clock. Get in touch with

condition .
The fig- rouM lio of much greater the office now and avoid disappointment.

commcrriiil importnnco in Florida 1 b
nrmatn.i were it not.. nttacknl by the root-knot a G. I). ROSE, Local Representative, Park Hotel, Kissimmee- f,
< Some ijiv '" predict
t fig stork that will will bo secure resistant or find '- '

t this i I. l believed post'- This th'" ftp obstacle w:11 rank removed, to it T
with the caBAL *AL.

orange mil In point importance*, ginpefruif;:of popularity. grape and and commer-pecan i iI


The ,.
American Lesion is showing! I :
much concern over the $ '
luws and their enfo ement. ",., '. '
Reprenentatives J
from twelve western slates -
nro meeting in Chicago to JttMI Joum '
for legion's the successful culmination lay of plans the .JJl ...: r
pending legislation before

naturalization congress for stricter laws. The imml Department : GEORGE E. MERRICK, Owner and Developer".

of legislative Justice will committee work with for the a bill Legion'satisfactory DAMMERS & BURNES, General Sales Agents '

to both,interests. ...

lead.futante Chicago te check meeting up our of work state will ad- Extcutict Offices:,.158 Eat FUgltr St., Miami '
to definite

the Washington.Legion's is legislative said. recommendations Morgan.committee Keaton fir to , flo..! rtfa.. Q/J';..c_'_i:L .lackso-pJft, West. Palm. Beach, Daylong, Orfaub,-Ttatp, St. ftUn\ \.1 I. l.aIorf1, '. ,

state adjutant. -4. Ldl l, 0,1m., E.stuN !"
Recommendationa "tH .1 I 'I I I, .... .
five considerations qaalifleationa' Specific be based educaticnal on- _. .rtltr*{ OUkn:. Nta York City, Atltric City, BoIloi; CAtmlt, W...".. ,4
for ,
aliens allllgible; i ,
; annual regitratloaaj| ,i I.t 1 ,,' \ ?
IJminary pre* I .
to nator ll: .
of alt alien atlonj,;assessment ,.'" Ij6. "
penN -to -help'defray ex- t e : 4-
I T.w. p.bl1c I.eobibdoest1on\ ; :.' . ..
amendments?*,""S.*.*. .tura1lj1ation laws IV.) ,,'. ( ,i''J' : .11.,\ _. ..J ,- .. .. :, .-

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tbroutber staws'kts
traDdIlJent (twExy ft.
r .rt.
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leer" : /,of-'mll'' ':and cup/tterva l.. a f1r'I: ;" ..'t.;(; ..... J
a\JOIt norm and dipUSe4 patnnUsr, ' ; .

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:- BUBLIBHBD' An investigation! by the Florida CHURCH ,
THB: KlBSiaiMKH ALLEY GAZETTE: I Citrus Exchange :of current retail] -- MAY OM.y THE &EST\:

EVERY FRIDAY prices for Florida oranges has reveal: Rev. John F. Phillips, D. D,

:, KIS81MMEK' FLORIDA. ed that northern Jobbers and retailers ... .
-- are realizing exhorbitant profits,; 7:30: a. m_Union Sunrise Prayer

XXV I*. 'HAimiS __-.__........PresidentK. : due Florida because) !I in Bungalow. "
n. VANS AONJlJW..........8ecr..tary justly growers Meeting BE YOURS .
:,ALLISON T. KHKNCH..BdltorSUIIUCMIITIOM ''S of the state's present disorderly' and 9:45 a. m-Sunday school. .J, L* :

highly competitive .marketing system Overstreet, superintendent.

On. Copy on. Year.....KATBS........,.$200 announced Business Manager C. 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas

On. COPY. Six Month..??,?_..._. 1.00 E. Stewart today. tor. Subject! "Echoes. from., the FOR SALE .
...__ _. ..CORntfed of THROUGH THE COMING YEAR
One Co. ,. Three Month- Reports from more than a score Annual'Conference.
Mr. Stewart; Senior League devotional iit' 8 ALB-Adapted early market
markets 6:30
our leading m.-
<( at tb. poato'ftee at Kl..lmn p. ripeningHay and JUnv. Write
.., Florida. .. .econd-claa. matter.) said, show that consumers are payingon S services. irrupts for price Hat. I'lllem Vineyard. ,_ , .- T- ."- j
: an average at least 40 cents a doc- 730 p. m.-Preachlng by the pas Zephyr-hills Florida. l-lt f
All communication* except from utborlEod for Florida packed 176 tor. Subject: "Out ()f Touch with oo '
ten oranges
corrvpondnl must be sign ion Jr" y cow. nowgiving MANY FRIENDS WHO HAVE
and -8AJ: .B-Uood TO OUR HELPED .
*d by ih. writer. to the box. "There are fourteen God milk. 0.:1: ;:. Young 214 H...i
Hojccled 'mailer will be return.d It two-third dozen oranges in a box of 7:30 p. Wednesday. )fidweekpra'er Street. sItsI.flS.kLITralntd

cnld) for. he continued. At 40 cents service. "
this size and partly trained US ATTAIN TilE SUCCESS THAT WE ARE
I a dozen the dealer gets $5:86: per box. .. uitcl HftlelHUilti .
; Rf-prcvcntatlv* iM
Forclan Advertlvln, EPISCOPAL hounds 1",1,1.
THEAMER ICAN PRC3S.ASSOCIATION | "If jobbers and retailers took only ST. JOHN'S: : CHURCH S roe |.rlc.' a iitul s-h.t )ou wuiit.M AND
- - -- their recognized legitimate profits i I. I lj.. Cues fold lit I Ltuitou'. Kin |- NOW ENJOYING! > TO'TIIOSE WHOM WE
I Kev. Albert New, SI. A., Rector X
FRJIAYIECEMBEItZ8.1923 from the sale of this fruit, Florida -- _._ -
I shipperould receive an ave'ag* .of 10:00 a. m.Sunday School. )l''l- -SUiKle-- ---K.-iili. \\. hll.' I.IKItitt i MAY EXPECT To'SERVE IN THE COMING

; PAY; YOUR POLL TAX 1$2.61 per box and the grower wuM] I 11 ::00 a. m.-Morning Prayer, and -n '....1".I..-ln' f I olii' S Imp, lit.Ht,.Ml* |*'\'t VTOIKIIH >.
Ml l 4F I
about l.i 0 box the tree"Thin .er:! li s''ii) i-KB i'i I
$ on
YOU CAN VOTE get > per sL-riiK'ii' by t 11(' rector.' ,.1. i-4t' xKnU
!SO\ :.113 .Ailclluili Mil.-
I estimation IK arrived at by allowing I l-.W:: ( p. 1I1.--J Kveniiijr! Prayer ami ---- -- -- --- --- ; YEAH WE WISH YOU ALL THE JOY AND

The new :school; district. created by the retailer 83: J -I: pir cent specialasonic IH'rIlIO1: 1 Ly the te1tor. SU.C Klmliln ;M.uvil 111.111
profit. 01 $1.60( per l box tin- jobber i\' ijliintK. :NuliolH :smith Auliurn-
overwhelming vote of the people S 2-Mx HAPPINESS FOR
an S 12 1-2 per rent piofit, or !f.n t) cents I 7:30: Wi-diif-day. L'tnny, thu.Ii..ridi ----- I -
-- -
p. -
will ---
e on) the 24th of 'last November per 'box, and $1 I..2!."> per box to cover I and l uddnss.FIRST Poll-- -S\Lr.--- ---:SiKI: >S. oI\\\' npilnu' .<.alulnK -
become effective next week. I' cartage for deliveries\ freight, re- rnxly. t If > nil h.,,cII't n. i-lv- Month
I Tile. primary purpose of the petitioners i- ,'I frigeration and other incidental : (1I1USTI.\\: niritcii I d 'I.i'NflKl tUl| i I Ills \c 1IKI11IlllWI.-ll lllliKtintrd" Hdllr I irnd< HH 'InMMKtltl 10iliix -- ii Every During 1924

to S items. -- ---- KUltl f..,' ) H24lll .
election was I i.llltlim
in calling that I "The /groweis of Florida hn\'(' mt' Riv.V. (O.) Hoinbaker, H. I)., Pastor I \\'I lie ll|llKllK'd: til N, 'Mil Copy.Idli. -- -- -- - -- --___________
increase the valuation in the special hci'n receiving anything like $:UH f. S .,.'i'- Sci l c. :riniit ('ltj. )Tin I
suf- I 10.00: ) a. m.-Bible School.\ C. E'i 2.He
in order that the ..
tax school district ]10. b. packing house or $1.50 on ---
Yowell School - ----- ---
superintendent grad
ticie'nt bonds might be voted to build | tree for oranges this oason" Mr. ed. Tourists, who arc *members of the I I I "'IIHI.t''I'i I ; I In ii etc-s.' ln> ( I
de Stewart declared "A large par t of " f.*nciMl l, & undtkr cultivation.' 6tn R. S. FLOYD
4 a hew high Bchool and primary | this amount justly due the grower i isgoing I Christian church especially invited. I I pustule. JIve .on..d cottafffplHHlet .
11:00 Communion and >i1 l ice (*I ; gn ilL ge IMIUI I* ,
: a. m.- morning I ; <
partment. into' the of the wholesaler ) -I I I'H: l'1I';: uf
profits t worship. Sermon by the minis ', irv h,> nil w, Juttt outHl I<1
The condition of the schools from anil ret nile i's. <'ltllmliN, with frullH. bunaiiaK. fot' !
r of is deplorable.Osceola I "The unorganized and unsystematic. ter. Subject: "The Balance Sheet. fainfi> \li"...n rhlcltnH. K It rden. |U.IMsci ( GROCER -- -- ---- --------
the standpoint room
Special music bv the choir. TinIIOIIKI hold furiilluro mill ot t I.r
High School continues on the j I'' method of distribution implied upon f>::30:? m.-Christian Endeavor. Item Call. AddrrpH: II" 'J. S JII"' |..
this I the industry by forty or mireagencies I list of accredited schools again in the sUite have ,placed] the 7:30: j p. -Sermon by the minis ---- -- --- --- -" 176

.., year as it has since the first time \\holesnlois in a position where they ter. Come and enjoy the song I'el'I|I foil S ".i.K- I'ii.-spi'l.| | plan,1 1.. Hm..11I. i
ice and "pecial music. I I .'a ..niu. \atlity'. I I'l' i ciiti a...I.l.Shih.r . .
admittedto >
nhooli, were W'F..It'c! \ advantage of the sit-i
Florida high can : r..lnm... I'louil Fit. I l-4tx
70::{ p. m.-W'dnesday. Bible study i !
but, it uation and play one shipper against
association '
the collegiate: unless the other to reduce prices. The whole- and prayer followed 1 by choir rehearsal -I .Foil: -; -; ,- :-i;,,ing b..ninVn\ i ono"-rn.: 2Hlnry ........ . . ..... . . .. . . .
continue on this list wllh 12
cannot safer has increased the profit/ he i I corner I _
adequate rquiprmnt is provided 1 for 7:30: p. m.-Fuday. Choir rehearsal room hotel I In 01',1' t I Illn. Mt1r on _
I makes off the retailer and the retinlvr miiln ftiHii doing good tiiiHlii nil. lol I I
I the ever incicasing number of pupil has increased the profit h,' make" inS All members present please. 71! l Ioy ir.n.: tan ..11 al.. tinrKil". ;,,
Visitors invited to all service". I T.\I'II.\-IT: dolnit f"".l hUHln. HHHtHt .
H": (
rM'nrto lI> whole-
It is expected that the election w-11; < | p c"'umt'r. ,
ol.iHH in "o\eiv ,paitlrular. 1,1.51loercti.'t f; ff.!
be called as soon as possible after slll! _r1- ,:mlay (on-iderably mOl for FIRST B.MTIST CIIITRCIIRev. j In tun n. S.-.. J Mrl'hntl. r. I ,:A, .. :t"
4 i our fruit before it will be netespary I iHMlitiin.-' 47-f' (L -; # *4&: _

the new district bvrnnu-s a reality. for them to incren.e the price to the Walter II.:Kn-il."ht. Pastor9:4S '! -- ?J--e: {. i/ ..' - :.r. 'k"---- .:;;...,. -- .. : r.i ,;, 1.'o '

t to vote bond" This election cannot''' letnilrs, nnd I the retailor1): can also pay I. (,,ill SAMS' -Fine rcsldi-nr f Th iiropcrtyApply ValUvlasitto. '.';....."Or. ., ,.. ,- .-... ... :">! JIt/'JII.tatJt..IIa"/! .. ., ''Jt,,., ,
1 I at IhM offlie > .ut.> ''' .::0. :
'. ..
; come before February. When it
IL Farmer, intoiident. Growing ---- -- --
sujiei --
the the --- --- -
erl'nsl' consumerNeith '
t however there will lxa large : : *'r the price wholesale-] ,i retailers clasi-i-s for all I ages. 'Foil, SAI.H. ; -Hananit plHiiln' I lady finger -- -. -- - -- __ _4. .. _
number of people who want to vote 11:00 of the Anti \ailet). 25 n-!ntH ci<'h VV H Hurrlfl i I ,
..into t bl.ime They arc mirdv tak- I' : a. m.-"ProJ.rrIUl1 _. '
for the bonds who will find themselves! in
| to them l Florida whoare II. la\i". .ind rtpairil Th. Casino 44-tf :i
unless hy
ineligible; to do so, jr"w'rs The S'
4 They have paid their poll taxes fm not suffu lently orllIlIil'.t for the <1:10; :: ) p. m.-Senior H. Y. 1'. U. I Fl lit SAI.K. --l-ur K.-ni "" "II'.h..d' In."n.M I Pavilion at .
7'::;;,0' Sermon the
proper handling! und marketing of p m by Mini No 'l'r.picc, ('ants. inKl
1922 and 1923. | t then r' citrus fruits. Subject I : "('loud'. IIn.Rainbows.\ pa't.or'l rints i AI h fit The ( )laze?It'_.offlrn I

The fact that the election comes in ) that there is need to 7:10:: p. m.-Wednesday. .
any ii: 0.: \ 1.1: < Mil- lot :N.; 7 in lt NW4llIlKlttld Santo
the year 1924 makes it necessary to'' fear ovei"-pi'eduction, Mr. Stewart micting.I : i i 5...'.111 I I ,-i .'M. i.'.i..d. |it,'. 'I l Espiritu SpringsProbably
said: "The people of the UnitrdSlat.s "You will like this (liurth. A wd- j Mi.. I If nler' ,".t. d 1 |1'1. .IK. write (' i iI I
have poll tax receipts for 1923. Poll | come cordial sunshine I: I liz UII*..i 1',011,1\. KHlinitH''
as as awaits
aol Canada have nearly ,
1 6S-6t.>
tax may be paid any time up to four i __ I
: two months consumed six millionh you. you have heard of the famous cura-
Saturdays before the date of the election I xes of Florida: citrus fruit muchas )ri'll, S<.\I.", Iw.-"to' \'. on. '
as I'ln: 8YTEnJCIIUHC'II: .. .., lie Nixlota. i iII. tive waters which flow from
I 101. k of iMinln. Espiritu Springs at
The date has not been set. But, the state shipped during the whole I.>.n .Ml ..iT. .\ iil'li'PM. K.ix-r titi I

.11 an illustration suppose the election season of 1917-1H! This inormous K<'\'. W H. DreM ht I>. I).. PaM<.rl l.iluni o\.l,. StiltHank" I'.l.lK I Safety Harbor.
volume' of fruit has been urn'-umed 62-41< !I
were set for thirty days after'
!, and the prices paid by the consumerare l\1:4: : a. m.-Sunday S'hooProf.\ --- -- Throughout Florida have
I we host of friends
I the new district becomes effective. about in line with the prices of D. I Ii.: Shaver superintendent.) rOR RENT -I a

:k That would bring it on February 2.I I the last few years When the public 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship S ::_ who have purchased this water and been greatly
j .
, . I
roll It ENFsa: ; nnntteri% hoimothut
To be eligible to vote in that election I I buys at a goid price and consumes Subject : "What of the Year 1924 ?" him.k" fioni-I' I'ofll' ('...11"II benefited by its use. We have hundreds of letters

q one must Kav paid his poll tax for that amount pf fruit at this time of :'i!1OO:( ) p. m.-Junior Christian En t U a. in. M.IK Ri Its. 422 Main V| I

I :. the year. when much of it has. not deavor. I _ 3-ltI from grateful people who have written us of their
1922 and foi? 1923 on or before Janu-
i been altogether; palatable or of good 7-30:: ( p. m.-Evening: Service Sermon .
,; 5.There. '''H KST: : Six om' hoiiKall in nil- I appreciation for the aid this water has been to them.
ary I.i appearance it is ,leasonable to sup- by the pastor. Subject: "look S .-i .11 <>n hrifk .(I'--.1 t." will nut j I II

are still two working days Ipose 1 ( that a much larger quantity will ing Unto Jesus." I 1 \\ it 3.i'm.m apart in, e tit'H. K H I pow. Ask friends

left in 1923. Why' not use them to | be used at other seasons' of the year 7:30: p. m.-Wedne! i when the fruit is mature. Bible service. '. will almost find
Surely weneed ( certainly
someone tell
pay your poll tax ? I KQH! comfortably can you
not expect dangerous; over-pro- 7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir prac nl"h..1 3-room apartment with fur./I of a marvelous
duction for many years provided we tice. vRtf Ijnth and modern .-...nnlf'n. cure.
A WAit ON HATE order W H Ifnrrt (Iaz,'tte offlcc 43-tf ,
our business so as to market Visitors will find a cordial welcometo

the crop properly." a home-like church. The pavilion illustrated above, is now being

, "Gt't'Rid of the Hate Complex." _ __ .. WANTED.WANTKIJ built at Safety Harbor the
"That is the slogan General Sir Ian TilE CITRUS OUTLOOK. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH over famous springs ,.

/.Hamilton, lighting soldier for 60 ( -One waMrohn. Apply at which were discovered in '1539 by Hcrnando

From indications the tIme' ,' S S ''I-J ''* L Soto and named "Espiritu Santo" .
) .
*u taken to heart the -- ,, DY.the Spanish
by members ()t.the ,I It at hand when some unpleasant factsin S WANT" [)-To buy Juries quantity ifmilk.
0 British Legion and the American Le-. 0:45: a. TO.--Sunday School. R.;;'A. "" Sanitary J'airyi'01. Main' explorer. S '- .
connection with the citrus bu-iness Bowen. superintendent. Btroft 1-ifo .' -

I gion."That old enemies should cease to will readjustments have to) bi faced effected.And some drastic 11:00 a. m.-Morning service! Sermon \STI'IIf.w > outm- tiii for inblir In the basement of this pavilion there will be ''',1
I a
I hate each other" says Sir Ian "is by the pastor Subject: "How .lioanl '::22 <'hur.,'h atre-i. 1-41-&
far more important than conferences I This year's crop is estimated at I To Begin the :New>: Year" 1 I modern sanitary bottling works where water will
20,000,000 boxes. One fifth of thatestimate U .VSTF.I II. H"I.. $ "In'I'
f.W:: ) m.-B. Y. P. U. r 'nn .r "
about the war damages Germany I has already been, markete 1 l. I 7-,0 p. :No>: I' an. In. "'." I h i oinnuinlt > III i South I Flor be packed for shipment for all parts.of Florida and
m -- services. ,
shall p.
: pay."Europe. I till in Like i'iii.rilitli.c orilem for'I
Prices are low now and the fact fiat I the United
: especially is suffering from I 7 ::2(1 p. na.-\Vednesday. Payer 'hp Tninpa l >*lit TliT. H nil States.I
I a bulk of fruit equal to the entire me1 ting. i oinininntiin all nr npa. v tltm. \.I-
; the hate complex. You see it where volume of last year's crop! still remains I i iCHRIST'S ]J ilri*.. 4'I n'ulntliin, l >i-it Taiiilin 1 11"-l lIt On the main
the French face the Germans, where S to be shipped. must necessarily -ChURCh- I TIIIHK l Tninim Morlila l-4t floorof the pavilion will be loung-
the Hungarians face the : - ----------- --
Rumanians have bearish effect the mid- ing rooms sun parlors and
I a on I ,
where the 114i : t 'cu t..i. II\ > \ XIM. \ > every convenience for
Serbs face the Bulgarians. winter; markets.r" ( Pentecostal i '
) .
i ir.rnek T'It'TU" >
Few have a better right to talk '"v ""o 'o > cominfr" into V>eirn; I Street at Oak F..1t SAI.i.:-i >,n.. mill.I. '.I""k ..r 1"I\ I those who desire to Visit the historic springs.
this than Sir Ian. loin 2iiSxlM! > fi- -t. Soul. 1" ,
way lie's been a : < "" <
soldier next year will add fully five million : lirai' lilK ,111<-". inofilly' n.h h Mark I Espiritu Santo I
-- for half I W. I
nearly Milar S. S. Springs
a century. He boxes more to the viplIt' \ i' estimated Superintendent "..11. Multnliln for .lianaiiH, culture pavilion will serve two
use Been haul active service in all by experts that when all the -" I; huh fall lo .111. h Itnll.loiir purposes and have two
England's wars in that pt'riod-the trees new 10.00: a. m.-Sunday School. | \ horn.-B tid S nw' > our fruit Price. sources of income.
t I Afghan campaign. the first Boer i planted begin to bear a 11-00: a. m.--Sermon by pa tor. iiHKonaliliApplx. \alley;.", .-ltitf
war of Espiritu Santo
forty million boxes be
crop mav
: ------ Springs
7'JO ---- has
r the Nile expedition the Burmese war, In p. Inspirational Singing, Incorporated four
ii&t te Chitral relief force the seconj S expected. addition the area ofSatstima Praise and Testimony. :\OTI4K OK \ '\tJ 'I. I'I.C'T'O: sources of income besides the pavilion.
production is being rapidly
Doer war and finally in the great I extended. All the /; 8:00: p. m.-Sermon by pastor. I The annual me.-tlnK <>f the Hhar.hnMitx .--
war as commander-m-chief Southern coast 2:30: p. m.-Tue..days. : Women's Bi "f the Hank of Silt I 'loud Write for
of the states from South Carolina to Texas hIp study. Pastor Kilnt' I (Cloud Florida. for the fl.-ctlon of us details of the SIX POWERFUL

, army at Gallipoli.He : i are entering the citrus. game through in charge. j dti-" et.rc nnd the t ran unction of all PROFIT PRODUCERS
chief-of-staflT 7:30: p. m.-Tuesday: Bible other. liiiHlm that owned by this
was to Kitchener tin- Satsuma route. Arizona is developing Study may properly. como corporation
in the last years of the Boer war. lie I Sermon by pastor. I liefor.-- tiltin.etlnK will l-... held! In the and for beautifully illustrated
became i a very promising field for both 7:30: dlrpl'\or'" room of still hank Oil Tuacclay. literature giving the
: a great friend the p. m.-Thursday: Weekly
of famous and llJction. January Kill 1424 at 3 o'clock rM .
oiange! grapefruit' prod history of
Hoer sLMtelnuJJan Prayer service. !! Safety Harbor and the
Smuts. Theodore California is at least holding her () It. UL.BKC11 absorbing story of
Roosevelt ; own. Communion service first 3-2t t'ashler.
was another friend. That the Sunday Espiritu Santo .
country should absorb all Springs.
p '. The last few yearn he has been devoting each month. Foreign; Missionary of -- '- --
of this fruit is quite possible. if thefruit In <"outitludueK ('11111"'. Isreula <1o "n- ,
much of his time to the affairs could be distributed fering taken second Sunday each :I ty. Flotilla In th. Matter of the Rotate MAIL
of the British Legion. I condition in good month at evening service. of irianiaiilllnn.. and
r One of the John he has set for himself i at inviting prices: but Come Pray, Believe. All welcome. for letter of A'lnilnlfftrnt
I J- is to it is a deid sure thing that it w'11 not I 'l'() ALL \\MdVI IT MAY fOSCKHN: ;
fight hate. He says our ,' abxoih I this increased volume if present FLORIDA EXTENSIONWORKERS : : NotUe In lii-r.'li> given that the und'-r-
-I ",: propagandists during the war did their hap-hazard methods of nlunerl will. on the 2nd day of Fehruarv Espiritu Santo

have work their too well. Many people still it on the market continues. putting TO MEET IN I T .I..A Coiner l>. l' 24,an apply Judge fo the of the Honorable Ahovof'ouit Springs Inc.

'''\' Germans. war-time conceptions It is time for thosi* who are pu"hinp GROUPS IN JANUARY pt .his nfnre. In tb.. CotirthouneKlHHlmrnei .

? of'l the business to get down to bedrock I Florida fur Ixttem of AdmlnlHtratton Box
-1 .' He puts this challenge to the Amlean calculations. Two Group meetings of Florida's county de bonlrt non upon the .."- N'J.
Legion: immutable and home demonstration late of Arnandn ('lIll1aulI.!!) deceaiieil '.
,' '. "I wish the I facts stare them in the face.- The to he held;, in agents; are Thin thi 21th ilav of. !lleremlirr. A. I>. Safety FloridaIn
American early the
and British new at .
business will\ not stand unlimited ex year 1121 I. K;: 1I1I-;. : Legions could pet togther not for i pansion nor the profits he maintained which lo('al problems of t the agents lohnHton A- (irretf, Applicant addition to our office at the Springs
: k athletics and after-dinner speeches will be studied and discussed. CouiIci-If.rApplieucnt. !-4l you may
but for a serious effort to permanently at a level above that Three meetings now secure Espiritu Water
I "t bring about of other farm products. Under the are being arranged at !
a better world. according; to Vice-Director A. P. Is .
steady pressure of "supply and demand Champion Housecleaner I ',
"If we want Europe the Spencer. The first will '--- -------
and world be held at -- ----
all rural industries tend to Branch No. 1 : ---------------- .
settle down we must give the reach Palatka on January 2-3. the second at :
a .common level ,
of '
Germans a chance. I tion. Nobody is big remunera either Lakeland or Tampa on January "Your medicine is certainly the No. 8 Sixth SC N. : I'KHI'IRITT H NT) BPRINCJH. ',,-
enough to
set "ORI'onATIJ "
"The !
t S million members American Legion with its aside the' laws of nature nor to escape 4-5. and the third at Tallahasseeon greatest cleaner I ever saw. I never St. Petersburg Florida I I10X N. )
-i-h -the men who will the January 15-16. thought such stuff could be in human -
penalties when
they violate a Phone 1360 I SAKKTY .
become the HARBOR )}
leaders of the Programs FLORIDA.
United these laws. as planned by the various beingI am feeling ten years : .

lr ) States wonderful, can, if it chooses become ai Citrus growing will eventually become agents and the specialists working in Younger wince taking the course of C. E. White Manager I GENTLEMEN: ",

organ for restroation of standardized the respective territories will also be Mavr's Wonderful Remedy and S I Please man me at
just as. apple am ono? your ln- 1.
: good feeling and peace and order in duction has been throughout pro announced and aired at these meetIngs telling everybody It is the champion I creating literature t.llfnaabout '
the large Branch No. I
world. 2 Marety Harbor .
These and Ksplrltu i
sections of the meetings have been held house cleaner Santo-
My bloating .
country. Its profits stomach : 8prln. Thl.
fit the request doea obUrst
S gions American and British LeI will be about the same as are received for a number of years and always and pains are all gone and I can 315 Franklin Street : rat In anyway. not s'
I, join hands they could [from other lines of have served to start off agriculturaland eat anything." It is harm- k
I, come very near to framing a platform I But this standardization implies growing.radi-!- home demonstration extension lens preparation that a simple removes the Tampa, Florida j I Nam .._.__.__._______.._;0:.__, _.__ '.,'
I plank a new In that era platform of things and the first cal change in present calculations workers with renewed zeal for their catarrhs! mucous from the intestinal Phone 2150 I i Actdr.' __________-____:____-- ,..

would be: and present valuations/ jobs of the year. tract. and allays the inflammation P. c. Mm...... Manager i
; ; i, "Eliminate the hate stuff."-St Those Who see the situation the Wanted which causes, practically all stomach city", .......__.___?___. 8tat._;;;'.".. 's

Petersburg Times. earliest and most clearly are the ones : clean cotton rags; not liver and Intestinal ailment Includ- .__ .a\ .., I.
: who will get the fewest merely trimmings or strings-but de lag appendicitis. One dose will ----- ., :
The latest and bumps in the con
moat stuff to .
V H "'- hopeful al- inevitable ,r-dJultmellt.-Plant use for washing rollers vince or >refunded. J. Z. Rob- Science is nothing but trained -'B: ; *
money i
rJlanee, among the profession is that Courier. City and presses and wiping bearing l'oiCSi J>>.P f'N.'t, :,.. ;

rSi ; S S of farmers and bankers. Brtift 'em along to the office of The erson and druggists everywhere. organized common aense. ,Thomas .t th.' ,:.Olt'Tb.( GauUe' .100J1..

: tr'Dfd Doe ,BiUer Greens Gazette Klsslmroee. 14-tfx The following be Hme,. Better them white ..
*** 'etryuIJ11ff4 IltU. says: from the signs can purchased get then Is toek

S ,-)alnt, is ..ait3es.,of, making .Your ulator arden''li than tter stomach reg: 'Bundles of 'old paper are for sal* at The Gazette of fie* for lOc each: Quality Plus Service hi Commr. C aII at MSB*] theyTl mrer.tMi J; hMpr , teac ta pllls Cattle, grazing .on at the office Rooms For Rentt 'Tarnished.1. Boom* eMI.Printin T
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Eat at PupontV.CafeIf{ : house/ .
+ The -' :
Miss Virginia Smith spent Christmas ) la[ a -

in Brewster. .."In Kissimmee : 1 ''duced.entitled'and" Monday and Tuesday Nights

Stratton Story was ly for
for' Christmas.Shaves.
from Daytona *
.- : Like all )
Uc;'halJ't'ut.,}86e; children.25c ( tions; it
/ at Casino'Barber' Shop. 'TOtiSuit : : wholesome
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a ,few felts left Half price .> i tions in .
while they last. Mrs Woodbeck's r+, :: Mr.
Hat Shop. J< role that
County Agent J. R. Gunn hied him."**. i as stepping,tne

self to Gainesville for Christmas with j* character,

his Miss family.Louhie spent,|*** comedy aells Bill Smith apple : \ % ) M1UJICIRU111U51OtITW: !!

in Kissimmee visiting her
r'hrlfltmas : *
mother\ Mrs. F. G. Thomsson. I ISend I 4 m. ( i masking All in all ,

The Gazette' Booster Number time at the
Nrtrthem friends. and help advertise ( The AERIflL PldCOfi HUffTING
Kissimmee. : .. erine Money" THE hINMO TRUNK MYSTERY

Marvin DuPont is a Kissimmee Trail."
visitor, this week from Saint Augustine. '

____-__ \ TOURIST too twtr' OT1l/JO'YIlK /1f1E.F'ET.s. /
MORE -; .... -
A. G. McCorquodale and family I the .
left Friday for North Carolina to 1 l i .5AL
j-pwnd the holidays with relatives. More SCEW. RY
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Mr. and'Mrs. "Norrtanr 'Winn-and -- ] .. ..
,-hildren were Christmas day guests people to SCREEN PROGRAM MONDAY iIcnT- ,
,.f Mrs. A. W. Winn. tire George E. '

Before buying tires see C. G. Ty. ,price. j i I and the various Boston )j I MUST HA VE LOVE"

nor. HP handles the Giant Tires The O. nished. ,
price. is right-the tire is guaranteed. I turing WithSHIRLEY
.1(bmil ; tours this .
I information MASON
Miss Orpha Rose, dietician at the tisements ,
Orange General Hospital I pentI'hrialmall to Masters A Drama in 6 Reels
; Comedy
in Ki* immee visiting her tise

mother Mrs. A. Rose. I I R. Curing 3 wrote\ Prices: 10 25c and 35c
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wilkes, of Fay. the I that while
I'tteville\ N. C., are guests of Mr. and ple to
MM. J. McPh-tter.:: Mrs. Wilkes is a yet he had
niocc of Mr. McPhatter.Mm. \ I I I lof|
in impressed COMING : JANUARY 8th
W. G. Browne arrived in Kis- ing' ties and I
nimniee Inht week from Atlanta\ to identified A. COBURN'S MINSTRELS
visit her daughter Mrs. Dolph Walk I II Everyone \
er. and family. i If I about ;
''home report, but Articles' and Public acclaim it the best show .'
Rooster Numbers of The Gazette\ Bank residence." I
and ready for mailing 10 ;
wrapped The
n-nts oarh. i 'partrnent J. A. Coburn has ever presented to you.

Mr. and Mrs.-Frank- Bryan are to give 1

pending the holidays in Kissimmee and touring,
from Georgia Tech. They spent by
Christmas at the F. C. Bryan home. I'I sent ning of to ... El\J! R THE DATE : TUESDAY, JAN. 8th'i
Miss '\
Edwin: Pound was In Kissimmee are ment: '
from Jack.onvlllet for Christmas, main cago, is a
visiting with his wife and baby Jim- i hours
mie, at the J. R. Gilbert home. |
Lewis O'Bryan was home from
Plant City a few days thin week to days I Yard Splendid Neighborhood
spend the Christmas holidays with I I "The
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis community LET ME SHOW YOU

O'Uryan. I mee. is secure poor an in "AN IDEAL HOME" ':'j

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ball, Hodgson ; ents..c'r Mark }' s"t"r
Ball and Billy Ball and M... Dick invited
I Block 3 Blocks from Business Section .
Brown" and baby were in Kissimmee I I velopment U '
frcm Sanford this week as' Christmas I short talk THE PRICE WILLL SUIT yOU .
irueats at the W. J. Steed home. I ties in .
Send The Gazette Booster Numberto I ter off if Sam L. Lupfer
Northern friends and help advertise Rid its original
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Kissimmee.-- various .Location Room Howe .

Miss Virginia Tiller, who Is teach.. : tionsuof ; : -- ..:
ing at Bunnell, is In Klsiimmee for F. ; l I I for a -
.. 'selling to
the Chirstmas vacation visiting her "
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiller, and j 312 ally a hat Cpsh'Feed: : 'portun'ltyi :- --1' a
.- ""| I'chamber .. )fRn R'er'ot the : ; Co.?takes'this' o to thank'everr
family. do it has patronlcrd the New Feed Store located in the rear of Water and
i '. Orocerv building during the time that It has been an organisation.
Dr. W. R. Schnauss staff surgeonfor i civil ; ." nil H Happy and Prosperous New Year.
Duval county was a visitor for a 1 : 'about th >. we Approach the threshold of th. New Tear let each of us resolve to f
few hours Christmas at the L. E. fa in addition ) 1924 a greater and more auccenaful )''t'ar In every respect than lent\ has
Frun home in Kissimmee. lie is Mrs.Fenn's pa,* 'raw one way we can help d"''. Is by saving from ten to twentr-Sre.
I n ntvU 1 vn our ftteus. We carry H complete line of the Red Comb and
brother. | from healthful Feed family of feeds, which. we all know IB a quality line of feed Be*
& 1 e a ff\v or our price. ... .hl'he will ask that you compare:
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ghlotto and dustries to J. _____________'2.4O Red Comb Scratch ________--__$1.13
Miss Martha Bell Harris from Tam- i I conditions I,. Sweet Fred--____ U.55 Happy Hen scratch ________? 1.00
Chop 2.116 HI U. Scratch
pa and Bradley Harris, of Lakeland, ing -
tions Swee------------
Sw. t 2.20 45 __________ ...4.7S
Moat %
sent Sunday to Christmas with their I Miss | "The Mash .'__n__.____ 4.25 Wheat Scrap.Fancy ______________-___ 2.7S
Mr. and Mrs. 'W. B. Harris.If .
parents .have a !:: IH only u beiiiiiiiliiK of what we carry, so will ask that you
-- i cations for up and set our prices before buying elsewhere.CASH .
you want to buy, sell or rent !, A. !
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or farm see Stanford over complete __ ..
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Hank of Osceola, Room No. 17. i j| If furnished S e.'

Donald McKay got home from j the {
Georgia Tech last Saturday for the each
holidays. His father D. G. McKay, I estimated
drove to Jacksonville sand met him son '
there. j who ,
e I ; ;
Miss i is teaching
Carolyn Frlf'p.' who 'ter, "
in the School' and Florida's
coaching basketball arrived In Kis rather
simmee Saturday to spend the holidays I with other a.'
with her mother Mn. Celeste J.Fnpp. I I er states.

1{'I went courses of of I

A. A. McNeill! from St. Petersburg: culture 1 II I
Mr. and Mrs. O. Hansen and children This
from Fort Myers and Mrs. Edward 15 percent I ''r
Green from Ocala were in Klsiimmee I J. to figures
to spend Christmas with. Mr. and assistant B El-ORE: you buy
Mrs. J. B. McNeill and Miss Foda and against an unknown tin
McNeill.! the The at what looks to be a CARSON FARMER.
I was the
Misses Lola Overstree, Carolyn Ida various low price, compare)
Walker and Margaret Branson were meeting of the oat with the-. The Insurance Man"BESPEAKS
in Tampa Thursday attending the I H. It was low prices on Good-
Pan Hellenic! luncheon: and Pi Phi 1. tural
Sorority dance held at Palma Ceia farming yearWingfootTiiMtM13VCL

golf: club Thursday night. with of the last Fabric $ 9-95

I>r. and Mrs. F. W. Schnauss, of days son. for of the the 30:a 3' c.Card. 11.85 A Happy New Year
Valdosta, with their son and daughter will the 32x4: S.S.Cocd. 20.6533x4
Roy Sohnauss and Miss Louise visit S. S.Cord. 21.55 1 1f.

Schnauss have been in Kissimmeethis 34.4'n S. S.(Md. 28.00
week visiting at the L. E. Fenn TO ALL
home. Mrs Fenn is the daughter of J3.S S.S-Cre. 8X20 _. I

Dr. Schnauss. The doctor took some New .............. . ''..'.
bananas home with him to see If he > 5--.i1 -.

ran succeed in raising them there for and .....,,__.......T....... -v.", .,,; ? .
ornamental pt
purposes at r. -....... .' .
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A jolly party of_girls' are gatheredin !i very i : _wub ia rawia tithe.. ,*;'PBATKER, ,.- .,' .. .c'lo'. .
the Mrs. M: A: Clark home for the E. ;. f :
holidays who'U' A4 f irc '
Mint teachingin'rCaddp; ,',T.xs/l. Miss .Sarah . F : .... .",'., ,... 1 .J:.: '. *:' .
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Clark.-whoVU f, teaching in Monte )( i f; : 'j".I i > < \ \
ttraia, 'Georgia;" Miss Lillian 'Casper. Mn :: 'I! 4 : y

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YES"GET, PLOW W E'lt.!. The month of December held a (!'f ,.'.

z0tAl! 0 60 .1"HI number of anniver.ariu of special .' iitl, ,' ',. . ".. taa... .1
1C HOlDE EGOS ;,1 ,., .. 7Cd: tdnti: + !
: / ,1 I Interest to.the Masonic fraternity and .' (;. t.' ..... ..' .. ..-
';i :Et Masonic of the lodges country and held dubs celebrations In variousparts r Cf'' "' ,.. ", L." ...\\''' \ .. ,... i.

SWEAT S 't. .
C'" In onsDecember '
i' Washington .
died '
Cdy f George U, 1799 and was buried ,wi\ : C" : Pho'ne--:
OJ 0 E r IE.Fnnkit11iab Masonic ot ceremon/el Alexander/ ,Lodge under, of the which Suepicee a l "

'- at one time he had been the Worshipful.Master ., I' '., 'I
The laying of the eornerstone ..

II JIll,.... TIle of the Washington National/
Masonic 'Memorial at Alexander last

..e month has attracted national atten. .'

lion! to Was.hlngton'l. Masonic aes0clations ..
J I The monument In its mag.itl. .
cent and imposing dimen"lons promiEes -
; to be one of the greatest .Masonic -
(; memorials of the world.
i.L At the time of 'Vushln"tJn's( death
I MII onic memorial services were held ,
throughout the) country. III Boston
10,000 Masons\ parade'! wearing
1 rno\Jrnjn bunds! cUl'rylnJt the insclintl'f1 -
C'MON GRANDMA "Wa"hinJrtoli In heaven; the
I 7 NOW WE'LL GO J ? I: world in tears!" I II
9S the carried through j
1i GE's hE MILK 7 I When r.ewlI was
i the ('Olllltry that the Great; Liberator ,
i i was no more. all pnrtic!< united to u" I I II
him hunor. The churns of criticism
? I and dclraction i that Jutd embittcrl'l" I
L Liii Lw
; his closing years was stilled, and "SO the People May Know"
: ,'
: I those who hll'l been his enemies werequick

< to express regret for hasty and
passionate words and wholeheartedly '
I rendered tribute to the integrity of I
1'hc Valley Gairt'tI"s desire I. to
hill chnract'r! and the splendor of his
I print all the news aU the time, bill
service:; to the republic. A
young unless items are at'II' In by phone',
memorial ervjC'e was held by Con- card or l letter" w'.. cannot hope to crt I,

green, I Ihr oration being d..lh''re i by -it all. 1f. fOU know of any item (II. -_ ___ __._
j John Marshall, onetimeGrand Maeter news The 1 alley Gazette "'etll 1M. very
of Masons of 'Virginia anti later
'I glad 10 print it
thief Justice of the United Statell.I : j.

The three physicians IIth'ndmlt flub, Society, Lodge. Church' or \
I Washington during: hill last illness! School notes; people going away "r 'Icoming !

were Masons! und when the greatest back m.rtlaJr.... deathe. fir .'
I life in American history came to a births. items concerning .1..lor, "
c I close] one of the physicians rut the building operaliens" real ealatPdesls" -
,lwndulum cord of the rid dock inWushinlCton's neighbors moving In or going out, and
I' bedchamber, marking In fact anything Ihll' will make lie

TIlE GAZETTE JOB DEPARTMENT IS UEABY TO PRINT THAT CLASSY., the exact time of the leader's plssinj: : Palley Gasetle more interesting 10 itsreaders .
'After the funeral Mrs Washington ,
LETTER READ, OR OTHER STATIONERY, }FOI YOU. CALL PHONE No. 11 I I presented the dork to the lodge of The Valle t'airC'fI.'s 55
motto is: "Fn
I which the physicidn was 1\181111' I '
_ the People May know: end 10 that
I The Itoaton Tea Party end .e ask your ro-olM'ration.
; The Boston Tea Purly occurred on .
1 IFAN wV LN wELI. rrfl'U
I J 1J.mber IH;, 177:1.: and it is 8 sacred
S HOUlE I TIME I EVER (O TO j,is I tM"MfO AT THE i NAr_ 'THAT T UE % SHE. I tradition 'If the Masonic fraternity 'HelD! us boost Kissimmee" "

I l A PARTY WITH WUI 11'1' > 4'L; l'W was. "'] w.E iCAK REM >RLOOKED FOROtPcIrT I that the Tea Party occurred al nn ad-

-rI.e LeUKva-" INF W.NU' "U"'N .-' aRIf7G YEARS FEFUR[ meeting of St. Antlr'w's
S YET. [ GAVE VOU ONI NIS WWyF45'i RC tN0 A 6OOn SNE FOUND RIME, I Mourned Lodge. (Charll' T. Gallagher who

I Ii I was Grand; Master of Millions of Mns-
I sRrhUH.t" in JtIO: says: "From the
HOrn E A hWt,1; c: ? I Ledge room of St. Andrew 11' the
q 6J 4n (;r'n Drag >n Tavern, "that nest
where patriot plol" were hatched:
I the disguises of Indian were nssumed .

Oscar Knows ti .J bv the/ greater" part: of those who

threw the hated ten into the tide, and .
He Knows Ai tJ" records of Illlt lodge. which at .. ,. .'.'_' '.' -- JI<. _- -" ._ ::- : : -

i orle place bear the laconic statement,
'Con-oi/nt'ell! of Tea took the brelh-
; r'n's time' contain in the margin of
Tory Ithe records for thaI active .evening J. W. TbC: >> lD:1PS oanSloe.

numrous capital T's, significantly
i GilJ..iwnaUTOC.ITf. / placed there by the recording aecreW -

'4L 1 ( I 1 ry." Valley Forge, a,1 CA.p.f Licensed funeral Diredor

r The Continental Army under the --- A ..5_"..,.... Serri..l. 1t..J-I
r 'ommand of General Washington. J S'art A_.... All r
-ANt we.01", '''' Wl'RCIED YOU'RE WRONGILOOIuM "54E.. AD""T SPOI...EN. Awogp went into winter quarters at Valley
MAN TOLD tau MIS 1 ADWtiED HIM I TO 1-111'\ FOQ WEEI.S1 b'c.rge on D"cemher 19. 1777 Shortly ..... Hlg Grade AmtuluCI Service at Call

,f I "fUOuBI.E' I I+tARO YOV'o GrvE Hlti TOLD HIM HE WAS A LUCI.VreLLOW EOM EIABIT3' sonic afterward Lodge St.8"lIembled.John's Regimental At first Ma the Of nee: 14. "HOSES ne.tdenc.: TI

I, TALKING; TO HIM WIFE A FINE THAT HE'D NE\'EIO membership of the lodge was re-

ABOUT A DIVORCE. PRESENT. HE 6eT ANOTHER WIFE" cruited very largely from New York --. .
SAID THAT LIKE THAT! ..J tro"pl.! Later the Grand Lodge of -
"'- NAVE 1DUA Massachusetle chartered the I American -
0.--: ::.: :. ... 'NOSE" Union MASK YOUR NEIGII ()R-JlE KNOWS"
-.........:;: < ..... Lodjl'c. These Masonic
_ 'Z 0" .. ... \ ";/ HABIT SUolDIT lodges in the Continental Army played Ida For over as with)'para the 1. 0 Painter .rtlll..r Company bee furnished P'lDf'o
= growers Cprtlll.era.
molts r.ff,! 1/ <1. wL / .j-ANO a very Important part In the eampai"ns era .glvea proof ot satisfactory The reau/t.t"'OIIU"u..d. patronage ot eJiperl"nc..d' grow-
-a. S of the Revolution. .
-.P! Mc It Ii as. .
\lleWI&.L.olrll .rted that l'OI'LD. fP1T9'KN FtellTILIZEIl nit "AnN1'' "'C"'I.D ..
-= ,;;; "-'JI.F.: I, ', Lafayette was made a : ""F. IT
c. .,.. O ) T IT! M8IIltn by General ) Write for New Fall rrlt'fI ., .
,--:- ) 'I' "MI Washington none LIs" Just J. ,"
.... \.,.. '. '''h'W;; 1"'ME.S: d'CIf:!; of these, lodges although J.efayette E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. 1. !
', hlml'el Jacksonville, Florida
Jt"oo SENT 1HIsM' stated that he had been in.1..11.11 .
\ '" .,,,_. ..... '_L" .. -
'Iv':1: .
H"FPLiLES" : (/ 1n"1 llle maternity h..for. 11l''entf"I"
:. ......,....;. {'..\ "TJC".w .' the ...rvice or our ,'ountry.t .
/ .
-i.--//, 'i :/ I uPI .\ Valley ForW"hinIon/ / was r
'._ '1, .' -.':.:.... \(,' __ : e cftI4E "Pl'orl.j by It lurJ" group of mili.tarv 666 rI
Sit ofli"r.. .
cCrIciS :.. (".f f I, : > L''rULA who .W"1'" Mason and
; --c-\-7: :\ /" '" H,'" who
___c ,,":, c -) ..;.. .\. >/ 1'I. I I ) ; I'U 1 of betty I hove urn for theta Colds' Fever II I
- . .. : .....-.- ... ', imm"'i, till f/ll1l/: Among! them mllV be and Grippe I II
I --- _. mentioned : 'Anthn"y Rayne. henry It IN the most speedy remedy WC' knowPreventing ,, II I
: 52 ISSUES OF Knox l'.tr :\ )
TIlE GAZETTE FOR Iuhl'nt.rLRehlnn :
$2-SEl' > IN YOUR Pneumonia I
.. -_ SUBSCRIPTION NOW \ldl1lo'h. John !\I"nhull. Henry :
)IIrhorn and Janus, 1lonrop.ItatIhe I!
of 'I'rrnton
t y The hat !h. of _ _
C' TI"I1loJ) o""lIrr"oI
HOME r IGH, JUST A Bray on _
the 2t" of TeetllinQ
/ Az!: .' I "r .!"lb Au.tJT A MP.N Melloour Virglnin' Ia'onl Two Kept II I
planned the battle. I
SWEET J.. + or aolvot.C General; lenrgl';
Washington/ und Crn- Baby From
ar. I {', _/ oral 1I1h :steers" a
S 0CAc) TE i4 MfII'Ei / This is err of Painfui
HOME tory. A wind .I"rm ; ,
Wit ru/ngo/ and
1 r T.t Iv 'i5' I Ithi' Anll'.i"l1l1 Unup t under the per- !
;, 4 ) I I l'n:11: dlrt''n' of WU'4hinl'tol1 storm. I

Oscar Berae..e.m q : I" r'd the Hr'II'11) barrcrull-v! andachieved I 1.,10)"I 1 know r"n, "1I00t ha.l'Teethlna"t II or .1 edco, hll.s.rll. J I II glorious i .
: victory for AmetRRfl \\ 'Ii Icha aburnin allowea
Safety ; CJ'oJe 1nirctwuud, i !1g are unnecessary. -
/ F'ant ;\ S Tk LL'.I :* IIrm "" or CI"1"1.,. .., I cause of these troutla .
''tr1 I "I1 N.IN\ r" I rill and, ,1\'ln_' is bone '
mn a misplaced in
1 the
('O\TlWI.: ) 1'0\1 11'0( WILTIn to "il\hl and. "HEVJ--TJ\'E: MK.INS" '; : \ hut, In dcar bun. till. I read. IIhhut pressing against aensi venerves. ,
I T. .tlolll'I In Ih.I .
I I pa rM I "shun I
Cauroeasrs. Tomat, growers nrt> cnutiored t'Iplnvidc ) !CHlnl!' II to him nlld lit. anon sh"w" ,<,d, I
by I ag'uin 1 the dangers of Will .I/C"o "r I"'pro\"w'd.! 110 III now Relief from these foot troubles .
i I"on' the winter u jolly hill cilw and .Is i.
: I reps are plnntl'd. a I'tg"1t as flit a. a service rendered by our
Terry The seed ,should be exclusive .
: I with ('(Jr"osive the foot relief parlor,
tt C:1L--- sublimate and the Se"'Il' > IollhY'1I stomach t I+ out of which ia in of rate
order 10. charge
I sterilized ) cannot assimilate a gndu
before his food .
planting, '
I to )1)r. G.: F. Weber of the Florida(( f'dS// nnr'reefed' stops'her growing haby'/ T..lhln4 <'
l perim'nt "tation."Resistant stomach. ___._,,trouble_ _
LIi "0 he ( DIIM ,1Iau..,. aft..... .. L.
--- 'm..e OI_ .
I and early"rnaturinlC va- food. and that .Ia the
.ecrot ot her
Ii H-MMt: WELL rieties should be selected for the coming I little one' quick recovery .

f rsi WHAT 'WH'I PUT IT crop, and land which hall not Teethlna Is sold by all drulrlrt.. II
YOU L QTASKS or send 30c to '
grown tomatoes before should] be the Mot'telt LaboratorI. .Iit1IIMMAW
zl selected ...
6OIN6 70 DoWITH. 9 IN MVPOCKET for a .eedbed. Pull and burn Columbus. 0a.. for a package

.T 3 all plants which show any up indication and a tree booklet, about bable.. He can give you rdief'-ya.

'1, iJ aP of wilt. No spray or fertilizer can instant relief. Consult hi -
save a plant Gazette I
that shows the Classified
disease Ads
4 a brinK large "
WLL souT.LI because the you are no obaigadan.
fungus is already in the tetwns: for a small amount of :
M money
sap and- Is carried to all parts of the spent .. '
ro g.P.a plant. regardless of I C. W. BASSETT
IN any spraying or
rxe.Re A
sir +.rswla fertilizing, the grower Is advilled. newspaper i. a community's real Opposite Library '
k r,1M Tomato wilt is llaset. Help us make .
$ q L common In Florida this a live
9t and causes great losses, being considered newlpaper. .. .. ST. CLOUD,fFLA.
one of the worst diseases of the
tomato In many dlltrictl of the Itate. The proper spraying with lime Sulphur .
The Gazette
Because It I. subject only to would bring the peach back Into Job Department is' ,
urea. It Is Very difficult preventlv."mea to- Its own fta l Florida. ready to print that classy letter head' <

disease control. The fungus which causes the CaD Phone. -Double-One. .... ((11.):.-..",
Jlyes In the loll from one '
season -
to the next, whleh makes
-- :w rfTIsla rotation crop
.......late be planted neceaaal'1' Tomatoes should :
every ,four yeah.on "sick" IOU only once BROADWAY: ri

t, $ .:,. LAWREMCRllrN.4: ; . '
as s+ Wanted a clean t.ea :Y'' "JCf;..vrrr.k
',= cotton rags not tl
: !
.: merely' trimmlD" GENERAL AUTQ. REPAkai '
01' .trin < ; :
ut GAS
de. 'OILS':, ;
I ant stuff tit AND4 ACCFSSO9IES. '
;; ItyouWnnt'to: Bur's, or'Tde anyi.hf and Sptwsq use and for "lblDJr rollers HARTFORD $ATTEHI> ;LU( lr t
> try Gaizette wfJlln F N
1g a J bearfnu ,
./: .,. i.. Al ,. fled.lvertIsement! I.1 Brinr 'em. along to the ofAee of Tha 501 BROADWAY j IP rt !!'Cir n ,
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+...44.4.0.+440... 1 .O.O..O.OOOO..O.O.O..O'"ET INCUBATOR REPLACE .
Neid's Healing Paths'recomm.nded e. .r 4 BROODY, UNREUfAKLE HENS I I '
f Legal i 4. 'RURAtCOMMON SENSE!: 4o' I "
It Is time to start the incubator Year
for rheumatism By,8 udl/Johnson
. .'.'ett..... ........oOo.. 40 I work on the'poultry farm, and to get I''H ppy '
eczema, and all kinds of akin 044004044 .$44400444 'rid of the broody hen. In the south ,

diseases. Also for stomach IW TUB CO''NTY' mWRT tf AND I January and February hatched 'chicks \

trouble- For baths and mineral TUB FOIL GULF CKUI.A, FRRTIMZUR COUNTY.: KI.OHIIIA.COMPANY, I oaken There bucket"may be but romance romance in "the'seldom old best. Yes, another New Year again, and we want to
I| The main for
water for drinking purposes, a ing-corporation under and by organised vlrute of and-the exist l.awa helps the tired back or aching lees. is to secure reason early. chicks.early Good hatching early- take this opportunity toyish all of our old and new

leave order at 614 Patrick St., of the state of Florida, Plaintiff, va None of this"old country stuff" for hatched pullets make good early fall
friends and'customers the best of the ,
WILLIAM LYNO al.o men when it comes to providing water compliments t
or phone 208. known as CA1'T W L.TNO. within the home. layers, while the old hens are' taking
,ant. Pef.nd-I I a vacation and putting on a new '
Notice I. hereby given My folks and I have an up-to-date for winter season.We
dress this time
CHARLES NEID[ Owner above .... ., egg
.. SOth hot-and-cold
day of entitled November suit A- D. UZI on, the Instituted our house, and water it.t..system going installedin to prices always jump upward., The late have appreciated the business .sent our ,way

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA tam by William attachment Lyngl"alsoagainst; that aummona Cap ad. there. , the matter, it atay has broody hatcher,hen or"be will who not depends be in the on running the old during 1923,. and we have tried mighty, hard to

aa been 'there for ten years or more. high please We to number
these hope shall..continue'
4oa14o1+........... Capt. W. Lyng- the defendant In said Making slight Improvements and repairs prices, says H. B. you. ( we
cause, but r.turned by the Sheriff of Lansden, Florida extension poultry in future business booster and custo-
DR. R. J.. DENNING . jaoeola County, unnerved, the defendant on it the other dajTinsplred"I man. Besides this early-hatched. pullets you, our as
Z being; out of the State of Florida; I I to write this article. ; make mer.
always and
DENTIST that said Writ of Attachment 1'1.. been I| It Is impossible for me 'to understand larger -stronger JJ,
the Postofne levied breeders, lay larger and are.not
Over by said Sheriff on the following;" eggs "
OFFICE HOURS: described Heal Estate belonging- to why farmers and other' folks I ao susceptible to fall dinaaes.I ,So here's a hearty "Thank You, for.your.good,
living in the do not in the
9:00: to 12:90, 1:80 to' 6:00 said ing: In defendant Oaceola situate County,lyingand Florida, b.-to. 1 great majority country of cases, have, running I Another strong point in favor of will in the past, and the best of wishes for your '
is that
early hatching sell
Phone 174 witt you can
Residence -
water in their homes. have
Office Phone 1S8 The eouthwcat quarter (8WK) of We the cockerels as early broilers at prosperity in the coming 1924.'Sincerely .
dead I
the northeast quarter (NBK,> and it cheap, much cheaper about
double the of those
4000040+Oet+.*..... price
> the west half (W IU of the southeast than we thought at first. Our system hatched
under hens in March and '
quarter of Section 7, Town- when first installed cost about $200. yours, "
ahlp t< south; Range III east., oon- April. I IDA'tSON'S
talnlnsr 110 acrea -I Repairs and Improvements have run You cannot hen's
depend on getting HOTEL AND CAFE
MILTON P levied upon aa the property of Captain 1|the total cost up to about $Z75. It broody at this time and the only safe ;
EDGER'i William Lrng:, the defendant In the has been worth ten times what it hascost -''' '
I and sure of broilers GEORGE R. DAYSON
above cause: J way early ,
j, in the
ATTORNEY Now, therefore, you the said Captain -; ten years we have beenenjoying and fall pullets is to use an incubator.You .
State Bank building 4 William L.ynR. al.o.known aa its benefits. cannot make more profitable
KISSIMMKIB : FLORIDA.0'455044d'OQ004440440400444. Capt. W. Lynx. defendant and all other 'I You never heard the like of guffawing investment. a
'' You can for it with -
pereon Interested, are hereby re- and pay "'
. qulredto personally be and appear to lun.poklnawhen wje put early broilers and have the pullets, ".
._ said. action at the Court House In the in our pipes and put up the windmill.: the Incubator and brooder all to the
4400040010400040000O - City of Kl..lmmee., Uaceola County :Ben Strickland, Old Slim Timmons, .
Florid on the Rule Day In March A. Ed Williams Bill Hankins and Si good.Did
1> 1DI4 that being Monday tho Srd you ever stop to think how
day of the aald month; elee Judgment had" tobacco juicespittingsession many valuable eggs are lost under old"fussy"
KRIBBS & STEED | will be entered against )ou by default about it down at Bob Wil hens? If you would keep account -
and this will
; CHUB prorord a* liams' store.
> Attorneys and Counselors at Law < required by law and the Ruin of Practice Si and charge against the hen, a*
Kissimmee, Florida of this Court. seemed proud to ride by and say you would the incubator, you would '

General Practtco all State andO WITH- F:. 1f j l. .L..OV8J''r..t.CI.rk,'!Spuds._inthuBummcryouwon't Met never- set another old hen. It wouldbe ,. -0- t-" _
tne County-Court of Oxceoln pate
County enough wind to run thu mill, and in
United States Courts. Florida, on title loth day orNo\.mb..r. winter thu tank'll thatmiJI'Jl a blessing to-the poultry industry. 0- '
404fi044404444444 00Sfi4 A. L>. 1IXI. J. U OVIC11HTHKKT. could the broodiness be forever bred e .e.
Clerk County Court In and for ole ( do more squeeking than an
-- ---- out the hen. If will .
you compute .dOj
... ...044440004. OHci'nla County, Florida. ole sow and pigs. how many chicks hatch from a dozen ......
(Co. Ct. HealKBL.L.Y I>
!AT JOHNSTON= O I- OARIU TT A BUTTON. Well those neighbors have seen ell hens and how many are wasted, comparing J e .\

Johnston & Garrett + Attorneys for Tlalntinr E2-tt their prediction come to nothing. the results with the same number : b
----- -- They have seen the windmill and the e.'t
ATTORNFV .4J'.LAW! i In Circuit Court for the 17th Judicial of eggs put into a good incuba o- $ e .:
entire system give us all the satisfaction !!' o epcetIv .
'lH'1'"ICI':8: Circuit of /Btate; of Florida. In and forDareola tor, you will almost surely find results y -e 't a
. 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank e County. In chancery. ArthurO. that one could hope for. They in favor rf the Incubator. Then otfP1 e .-
. Building. Adams complainant. ".. Eva A. Adams have occasionally dropped into our with the machine the chicks are all _'\ __ ,cttUe
reapondont "Ivot'.e. Order for home and seen some of the comforts 111 "
:. I'LORiDAfi404004044404404 11 P-
KIg IMMJF 4> 1'ubHratlnn.. THE STAT OF FLORIDA of the same age. With a good
.0r TO: Eva A. Adams, Medford .....- we are enabled to enjoy because of brooder this means a little more, but
...ehu."II.'ou are commanded and our running water system. I less aggravating, work than with a I U.--'G p0ok
required to to bill In above I &
appear But it'. still "the old oaken bucket" .
cause on the 7th day of January, AD.. for them, and they still are "bending I dozen hens in as many coops or boxes .... .' ;\\\' a
1X4V1TNK8H the Honorable q. U scattered about to chase in every I I' \oO
H. CLAY STANFORD Andrew, ... Judge of above Court and their back. and straining their legs I' time a dark cloud comes :
---- the sad! nf said Court. at Kissimmee.Osceola and arms" under the load of the water up. ., "
REAL ESTATE:: RENTALS County. Florida this the 4th bucket. But the saddest part is, : Your county agent has been sup- .
AM INSURANCE 0 day of December, A. U. un. I plied with plans for better brooder
J. U OVER8TREKT. | their wives and children are the'oieof house, fireless brooder and brood co oe"f t
Over Bank of Osceola County *
A. Clerk of above Court. tints their stupidity. o
coops. See them and have them show -
(Circuit Court goal) 61-4t I
oeo o c acoo.o..oo.oo --- FORD BUILDING; IMMENSE you how.they should be built. 1 "' .
In tnv"Bounty Judlt'.'. Court. OsreolaCounly. -----
4+4504440040'4000044ELLIS ... Florida. In the Matter of the i FACTORY IN DENMARK HENS DO WELL IN FLORIDA U. O c e mba:
i':.tat. of C. Ix Hyatt Jr. and JackionMendnll FOR SAME REASON MEN DO ... 9oeth
F. DAVISA1fORNEY : Hyatt mlnoim. Notice of apnllrntl'in I By next spring the Ford Motor .y a 44tia
to all real estate. TO ALL Company will have completed an immense The nI
same thing that rives Florida ,
new factory at Copenhagen e t
given that the undereiitned aa drawingpower over people also makesit I
(office "> icuardlun of the estate" of C. I.. Hyatt.Jr. Denmark which will he one of the ideal 1' st
state for
Hunk of .. and Jackson Kendall Il n1l. minor finest in in that is
> Europe introducing
4 hanrrrr I CrlMlBal 4> ,, Money has been and can be made '
*. 'll) on the Till day of January.A. I I
of the world standards in
1ISSI)1\III I.:1'rarl. lee FLORIDA J 1>. 1KI4 ai>ply Co theJudRe of the part new from poultry here by reason of the ,
11.C..urt) for authority te sell theinterest design and operation. same conditions which influence men
: :-4544P W4445440044004IUCILE of .,,101 mln.. In the South
ra I The growth of the Copenhagen assembly
and flock to the Florida
(0 feet of Lot 1oC\ Clock 1 of 8 AHobin. women
since its
...*.'. (tension' of Robinson plant openinain playgrounds from the frozen north. T11
Itrothera' Addition to the Town of Klawlmmee. June 1919, has been remarkable andit Anyway that opinion was recently )

JOHNSONJUSTICE + Oaceola ounty, Florida. tic.* is now the second largest factoryamong expressed by Dr. N. W. Sanborn. professor --- -ii :
cordingto the rerordrd pint thereof.This : ,
the foreign companies, first
0' the 7lli day nf December A. I). of poultry husbandry at the
OF TilE PEACE 1111. UltACB! F. HYATT. I, place being held by the plant at ManChester Florida College of Agriculture, in
ri'IU.IC STENOGRAPHER 4 A. Guardian for C. I* Hyalt. 'Jr. England.
CLAIMS HANDLED 00- and Jarkunn Mendall Hyatt, MlnoraW ,I A total of thirteen countries are answering conditions inquiry as to poultry rL (IDWcDRY Y Y

STAn BANK BUILDING 00O.OQ II CKAWFOKD. served by Copenhagen. These include
A. counsel for guardian' 61-41 "People from the southeast are
OO .OO .OOO.OOOO Denmark Iceland Faroe Islands
coming to this state in summer, be- electricv.a.sliin0 machine
!IVOTIi UK AITI.ITI FOR TAX Sweden Finland Free State
Norway ,
have learned that this h
I IIKRI I of Danzig Esthonm, Lnt NOTICB 18 IlKHKIiy: OIV" N. That season they can enjoy as much real
P. A. VANS AGNEW David Jennings, purchaser of Tax: t>rtlncate Poland, Ukraine and Germany. comfort here as anywhere else in the
I No.. 414.. 415. 41H 41. 414. 417. I The demand for Ford cars duringthe "
the letter continued. "That
.44. "'. dated the (th day of June, A. country, "'I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I lt present has been particularly -
I). l.fl. h.. flied said certificate In my year summer comfort is as good for hensas Start the New Year right by
OFFICES ofrtce and haa made application for tax" good in the three Scandanavian for humans. .. "rl

Winter Park. Florida I deed to Issue In accordance with law. countries, Denmark, Norway and "The hen has an ideal working dayin giving your wife or mother'one ** !
Raid cvrtlftcatea embrace the following has
Sweden and the Fordson tractor
Florida. In January her working #
described situated In OsceolaCounty. "
po Croperty. : come into extensive agricultural use. day is over an hour and a half longer of these life surer. .e z

Lots (.. /1. 110. In Section 11.; I.oU 1.I Construction work on the new plantat than that of New York or Massachusetts 'I'
4> + <> 04>
... I U. In Section ,14. all of said lots Copenhagen is well under way.
And It is the long winter work-
being In Township XI South. Range .
TURNER MARRL3 A GRANITE 10. East, and being according; to the The sue. covering four and a half ing day that counts, for it I la 'then ,
Seminole Len and Investment Com- aere., Is., admirably situated on the that eggs are most in demand and 4 4NOW 4r
'. of said Seotlona. I
pan south harbor of Copenhagen. The Prices
Cloud. bring _the best prices. Thesummer 5 $165
Lot. II. 21 In Block of St. is erected that ; '. ,
MONUMENTS The said iota being. aaaeaaed. at the building being so working day, however, ia plenty long ,
dates of the issuance of aald certificate ocean freighters coming up the North enough here.Florida's 11. :
reep.ctlvely In the) names of Un Sea: can dock on two sides of it, permitting mornings and evenings : w
' M. J. Crowder Agent Kissimmee known F. D. Manneaa. W. B. I>oddrldge -
0 R. Derham. Foater Newton. U. direct delivery of assembly are so clear, so free from cloud and $155
NL l>IMumely Unknown and J. U Dillon. material from the Manchester plant fog, that the hens are up and out
unless aald certificates shall be redeemed and from Detroit, via New York. long before sunrise and after sunset.It .
according to law tax deed will Railroad service also will be direct to
would be hard to
improve our
issue thereon on the Sltti day of January on
| AD.. It, the property. working day, our all-year. weather
M. TILLER ;: L. OVKR8TRBBT! The new building is 400 feet longby conditions.Add .

Clerk Circuit Court 300 feet wide. The outer section .-.FOR SALE BY= ,
Real Estate Agency J Oeceola-Cottnty, Florida. to thia the absence of rain In \
Beal of Circuit Court) is two stories high with an inner the cool months, the absence of winds

FIRE LIFE. AND ACCIDENT Y l-lt By a I H. bullock D. C. court of one story with daylight roof. during heavy summer showers and

INSURANCE o All stock will be moved on conveyors. the very few stormy days we have, JOHN A. MCCARTHY
second floor will be devoted to
The an
INDEMNITY BONDS and you will see that Florida is 'a t
S. exclusive bodymakinafactory.. The real chicken country: No other state

chassis assembly line,which will be on can equal it." I 7

the same continuous production system ,
% that In all American .
plants of the company will be on the Dealer and Contractor JfIl '
hard chunks of phlegm that clog
SHOP first floor.A your throat and- noae when you bare T1 .!:\lID KYHETnriiTTeSctrle'WAal : a
SANITARYDAIAYCO' large power plant adjoins the a tight cough make your breathing; dlfticult l
main building. The new plant and and your throat hard to neaL : nO machine) ST.. CLOUD, ?

Nothing Too Big: MILK &ICE CREAM property than represents$650,000.,an investment of liaise safe the way phlecm Take by Lf'onardi'.OouCIlIyrup the quick ea rand rmUTVI'l'IIIH-'ltlffriliaClgM ,_

Nothing Too Small : (Creosoted). This pleasant -
cough remedy relieves, soothes and
BILL FOR NATIONAL heals It is antiseptic, opens tbe air

UNIVERSITY INTRODUCEDSenator ates, cuts tbe
ill Work GuaranteedTo i the lunrs. Best aandprotects

.Simeon D. Fell, of Ohio, remedy for colds, b0. grippe, bronchitis -
Be Satisfactory has introduced a bill into the senate ,'whooping cough and croup. lie .

providing for the creation of a national on the safe side-get a bottle today

< Broadway : Telephone 143 htla university of the United Stated, from your druggist. f

to be located at Washington, whichis J. R. CLAY

intended to be the greatest centerof DE GUSTIBUSOn -
learning and scientific investigation -

ATTENTION in the world. a drear October night
Y. J. LING FATHERS The threefold purpose of the bill as A livery stable keeper met a maid, and Machine- -

described is: ((1) to promote pure Whose troth he'd plight; Garage Shop

Hand e NSanitary and applied sciences ana cultivate the Now, he was tall and handsomeIn

Laundry original and fine arts, ((2)) to provide my thinking way.

Dairy milk is higher training for men and womenintending And She-Oh, my I was quite a queen
to enter important government She was so slim, yet gay.
[Now open and ready the milk for your. folks.It posts, ((8) to co-operate with

will benefit your baby. scientific branches of the governmentand The livery stable keeper Farming Machinery ,:

for business Your wife and children with agricultural colleges in research -I' As he asked her for her hand ,

will like it and it will be work and the accumulation of Attempted! to embrace her
scientific data.It But for this she would not stand; Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt

*0 Stewart Ave. good for you.CNITARYDAIRYt is also provided no students will Oh, why upon this manly breast. ,

be admitted to the university until I Will you not lay your head (

Kissimmee Florida they have received at least a master's. She looked into his placid face, "
% degree from a recognixed educational And this was what he said: BEARINGS POD NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARS

Institution elsewhere. The National

-- J University of the United States.would "My love works in a green house, f
our 4f/44,zan' confer no academic degrees. And there always is a smell J-

Qf violets and geraniums
\ CITY ju.i.iIi: : I1 r r CHINESE ENGINEER IS Upon his coat lapel;"

... t. 'f ,, MADE. !: MASTER OF. LODGE: Now' mind, I make, do not blame you v '
Nor'do I complaint

y-- ,,11":1"" : ,j : -r-T.:. _, Span" Paul! Lower, .'civil engineer of Hot.I. a green house has a fragranceThat a

MEATJARKETFreak :. ; Wanted j:,.:"dean:cotton' rigs;L notma'elrtrimainga Wa1 lkl. Island of laid has been a livery stabl ain't. BASS CONSTRDCTIOIilCOMRAOTCONTRACTORS '*

orvtrb f *t elctd to the poeition of Worshipful n _, I\'"- : .
Beat atnff,toipn'for'waahlng rollenwvpeotnoat. + Muter *f Maul Lodge. No. 472. Theotf T

:Meki ami asld' Y aD4 y,wrI>>btao '.tiarlIGr' Masenie' lodges On Hawaiian Island s M : ,'tarel"ywid I cli td. Chi '. + AND BUILDERS- 9; U; hI' a

>> JiM;;. *' an subject to,tke'Jurisdiction sea cabbage. lettuce, cos Or romaine, -
Guett .I. "Hilai.r of the Grand ZdM oft aUf....... nIt the WOOD:BRICK STONE 1
et l' ; .celery" are ,onto of j

t-- r ;1.I:1: 7. ;acid,that HW&. i* 'the-first time ta vegtUoeu that are, valuable. for STEEL ._ .. -
tn, i; ,i.r.' ; 1.iJ: fulMJooded \Chinesehaa their naalth-givtog (plaRtieLI STUCCOJAqr -r
..11..... 'Sheke'ls. Coaaaer- b.e4thelected to tide hip rfAc In .. ,lt.;! 8168 1 i'
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I..the Gulf at.rt'nm'drllt. exercises upon the laid summer and early autumn,

.no weather of Europe Occasionally a severe storm, of this 'f
I THE FORUM "I Whether' changes In 'the Gulf\ character; sweeps up our Atlantic seaboard -

stream and peculiarities in our '(]olnj>r a great deal of damage

Bird Protection And FxlucationRemembering weather' may be due to a common and attracting general attention,. If .

IIIt'lving cause, and therefore be related to it happens anywhere near .September. .....
your help / each other, la another question. 22, the event is 8upo"to be heraldedas ."
publicity to the making of ) e
Kissimmee Ocean currents are mainly controlledby "the equinoctial atorni.!' .
t a Bird Sanctuary,, and because of I the I
.the winds
and it la the great wind
headline at that time Kls- bt1NS1'REL "
Olismar syslcm of the earth that regulates the nUKN"S> COMING
Himmeo' assisted Dartow, weather Hence it Is not unscientific THE WEEK AFTER NEXT I
Mount Dora and other towns in .be,
to look to the Gulf stream for hints
coming: sanctuaries- for the bird life that help 'toword the solution of The Beautiful new first/ ;' part opening GARAGE,
some Monroe Thomas
of Florida.I of weather ensemble of J. A. Coburn's Min! .
am I in re'eipt'of communication! mysteries; sU'I'Il1t theatre
a ---.--. : the Casino on Tuesday -
from the State Audubon Society, In DI{. JOHNIV>1 H II.MI'S' January 8, is I said to bit a contpfet -- --.- -. -...-.r.r.w..a.. 18 Emmett, Street.
which questions are asked AS a follow NEWEST MIMiSTEKIConllniHMl / departure from anything ever
up of our work. In order that Kinsi presented by Manager Coburn In
mm ee may keep up the requirement 'from Pit** Ono) t twenty-five years of success and lht'j
of the law, will you give IIII'spa'o His first/ ministerial work was with .clarity) attending this well known PHONE 47 Residence: Phone 71There's
tho New England Conference. but he .
in your column for a few questions traction. Beautiful scenery, costumes I
honing l>.v I his menus to broad!- answered Florida call several years splendid, music, singing, dancing ,
rant some forgotten parts of the ordinance ago, and has been, until how, in thel j j and A-l orchestra Everything -

BS well as the state IIi.w'l Saint l Johns River Conference. j :,new and: more elaborate than in any
First, in order to know if the law I Dr. I'hillips ill spenk next Siind j former son son." White, green, ,;..111 l
paused/ ) lit Tallahassee lust session, morning'; upon the subject ; l"'I',and' purple, the color scheme pro a Reason Why We Expect
making the /study cf liiid )protection from the Annual Conference," and 1 duceone of the t richest and moM(
_I compulsory in (he )public) schools)/ is I the evening service, his theme will |beautiful' ) "t.-iKi- )pictuies l>IIda'tb\ > n
I ht incr (ffirriorl on in Ki.HMmmeG and "(tut of Touch) With GoJ. |I...}iA, ,(. nf ,nm<> tf t the beht known. I

All Osccola county.: Thp law alai. COMMUNITY/ H.AYEKS- : 'TM 'i and) most (capable of mlnstrel.s.v's I A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
calls for the leaching' of kindness to: .ill/t./-/ / .in I loniedmiiK.I I .
animals, and the economic value of. AI'I'EAK_. r.IOO: ?\ -- --- I

birds-the thought that/ such tench- I I'Mn'tln'iofl In+m T'aiff on, f' Our lathe has arrived and will be
new installed
ing reacts on the nature of the child, ,, .with the "Merry: Widow" hat who, 11 1 by January First;
as well nit the protection\ of the innocent i jpinvini; opposite to "Sample Switchell 1' lW u or
animal life pf the country.' I ," is utrordcd 1 wide opportunities.It iI I II We already) have four good mechanics.
Question Two: I Is, your school ynr.l I (has not yet been (dt.cid.rwho/ will,] I I /LAUGH' AK.-0 THE WORLD L"VG: I II
a bird sanctuary/ ? Have you selected "piny "Little :Jluiy: ," the daughter of f WITH YOU AICVSR LAUGH
a school bird, to he painted in natural I tho drunkard. Several ale available D THE WORLO LAl'_1S' I With the installation of this new equipment we shall therefore bG able
colors on a sanctuary' sign und! for the part, but Director Trip'ett' L-- AT YctU -
posted na such ? Have you selected a a has not announced,' his", decision. The '- to truthfully say : _
i _. kcliool flower and preserved it from 11'1111lOwpVt'r\ will )he announced in --- '/**

being destroyed? the rear future'o t together with a bat I
The last question comes in this way: of the bet. \,'(.t>n-Iu'l specialty num (I':. IF IT CAN BE DONE IN KISSIMMEE CAN DO IT

': "Will every teacher please( act on the )bers.IF. 0 0 ( \ i; i

c I above The and answers report to?"the questions mll I R tIN FOLLOWS \ \TTLK/ I Furthermore, this machinery will make this garage the best equippedfor

da be sent Stale to Audubon the president Society.( of, St.the I'eteri-Flori-..I I TIIEIlE'S.SDII'LE Iil:.tsoN: I all kinds of automobile and machine work in the city.

burg, Florida, of if /preferred, they Naturally rain often follow- battle I
may J be sent to I in the or'Jina"our .f ,
me.Mrs. ( ( events a
o Minnie :Moore WilUcn, just as it often 'follows a ba-elmll' i When you pay for work you want to get the best results possible forOUI'
Chairman Bird Sanctuary, game, n bridge party, or a dog fight -
Kissimmee Women's, Cli'b.EFFECT admits. the weather" bureau of t the I money.? If you have not tried us, we invite you to do so.

- -- United States department of aiieullure. ,
OF GULF STKKAM) Hv the familiar prove. or I
ON WEATIIKK IS SI.KJHTConseivative / ; "counting. the hits and! not the ms: LEI ...
>se.: it.' would he .II')' to gather! ividence .aA I II
in support i i f meKM ition t tat
tor fail to .
point when
out cli"l'u"
r rain is thi used sequel uf. ,"t I l lthee I < I Is
the climatic effects r.ny ol"\r MENr I
of the (; 4.e1"-

stream that any large Ixyly of Will Ulf// occurrences.There is i however. a 1 pe nlrii, ,re'i +oRCti 5'e""tie-"foiIIlIfC
I.a on account of it* slugtshrhsnrr.h) .
temperature, and Ron why lain is rat he' Pica hk,.ly t t' I "TO Ac, L.1I.6'
on account of the
moisture it supplies,,); 'to the air mud-I: occur. 'soon;one after The a buttle t han chard'brfnr ,;, A MULE" 1 1i
moe'in"ifof t troon-
crates the extreme of host: and roll I I I. Inn
( ,ptecedc a battle inu-t( eiur.ill\
in regions )
lying to the ,
of it t
and since the rind I on I the Kuropean; lie cal, I II'd out in f en \\ .':"II., i I. us diii \
coast of the Atlantic I > 'ds nie' ;iin iiiioii-int' | f... 1"1' in sash. .,
_ r air iniiiiily from "' 0"11"1"t" )11\.... ]liminuneseft ;
the west thai regionvnuld have; |1'1'1 I
equable ('limat.'n if Ih"J''J .. n 1 lake se\eral, I divthe o'lil, of n
: ( n >
!il l
.spi 1 of au'rtgr! duiation' I i-
warm current the y 1."t -
p sometimes! however in fall.i.i-ein to: irrnt They t nil; :i, Ii hilt'. ,lo I lie, leaihl'd( : )h" the t I"" "the J 17 .
('n'II! 'I'IIIt'nl i j" faultbt'ttun, -- --- '" -- - -'-"
that ' an i I"1'1 ti 'C
warm 1ms .
ocean a ('i.'ferent .. ....
i ielinmtie .
ill thin be .
dinill AND I
effect from a"vodincet'ti' : \\ill; NtXTLL HAVE TO LEAVE SOMETHING
n cold ocean. Th" .,,: I
warm_ _.waters of the. Gulf! ) stream d.ifi I ,battle n<"irial; i'ies proijinni: of t . Itot: I I 1-Ji2 I I i I r. !',.!i11Y.... A IF "tOU ANT:: Ae f O"SH :
not 'iKTIIKR '
tIF lIU' OIllY wllrm th,' o.'cuing' ,; nnlI '. -- - .111" 1 rain.'; I HOME I ". -''''' OJ oJ --
lI a. which is wafted, to )Europe; / ( hut also! (; \ I tl '" I' '___ '
\ I:
help to determine m in E: u I s \ts i uric:
force of thewinds I "
l jf, by which heat !. thus conveyed jl' \KIC :NO itji: 'i.\o: )("ii) ) vi. STORMS I SWEET -'- -'-' -. 4 0'
'I L
.". to the land, just us the fire in a stoveor In . '
both Kiiiope: aiiii, f '
Ame'lia' thus, :
J the a chimney.The fireplace t controls the draft in' j is all old! be'Ief'; that a sex retnhi I = ) I 1 HOME{ i -.a. 0

'. i, the "">-cnlli"! ""q"| lHwll")"of, c 1 0r
; part of the (Gulf stream lying .. ---- I 1 --... __
::.j.1"1'| tiil! /yiil i I. due -ili.nit the />i. 1( :
off the V .
American coast varies in temperature dine of :"i u :flu lull(''' -i( trig ''mds 1111iMi. i
i either eijuiMoy. 1 lhai' i iMai'! ,'h
and '''' Ic' I ,. ihi F.
somewhat in location., |i.I: ..r, Septembei |1' < 'Il.t Y d""I"" t'i, Parks '" '
but the influence / : !; 01", more' |iartieabout ,,iiKintii! '' -O/ \ ...
of these '' i Seplemhei '
I, changes, on 1"// "+ lr, the date' of the uaa 'kmi: 1 I
}, fi the weather of the United! States, except nil orermil eiiiinox. The fall autumn,. l fi ?tit :New Xe'iland! for tlu' AU' CA'S'f'tR-i Y &. & )
during the prevalence of long- I this, ido-i consists| in ( y of :\at canal Xiiologicul! ; ) Park litVah''- ,. 31I -
continued! onshore winds. is slight' storm that within identifying anv i iiiifton' The biological I surxry of .the ,--. I-
according to the weather bureau of 'I sevi'i-nl weeks occurs, of the a or I 1 Unit"'l; I States department of iigricul- = r
.' the United States department of ag equinoctial torn equinox() UR. the t turtissues: i ]permits for all shipments.
w4 riculture. This is because the drift Statistics show of foreign! mammals, arid binls
that there is and YOU
I of; the temperature over our country frequency either no maximum in of storm i inspects them when necessary in or P I RE ANISN'T HOUR LATE !
is from west to east, and this country or. der to protect. this txm WATCHGOING
weather of the eastern states hence is main the in Europe, close to the date' of either I i introduction of species country which from the f GOING?Ifs GONE !
equinox Of may ,
course in the
ly determined byconditions to the storme'do! long run j prove inlurioiis to agriculture./ The f1 ? ,
we lward. Changes/ !in: the tempera just occur; about these dates, j kiwi" which l i.i native only to New r .
as they occur at all
ture of the current undoubtedly- of the year. No other times .Zealand and. even there approaching
a feet the temperature' onshore reason why storms extinction' is rarely
winds should imported into the
especially frequent
long 'the. coast and prdbably have at the United State's. The .
equinoxes i is present specimen(
known Ire
other Jocal meteorologists. I|
influences) on the weather In. the i is the first that has been on exhibition
through their effect in modifying the the States the belief in in .the !National: Xoological Park l d 1aY
direction and force of the winds but equinoctial! storm as mi event of for,< 1 l.j: years.. The last shipment
i regular wasmade
these recurrence! has
2 perhaps been ,
r are small compared with fostered by the fact that ,, in January, IfOfi.! ) (One of the
1 the West Indian
i influence which birds
tlo'sst area of hurricanes coming: in at that time lived _
are most
I common during/ two years.To .
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