Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 4, 1924
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01149
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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iOMMITTEES NAMED I TELEPHONE, ITS NEW QUARTERS COMPANYIN OSCEOLA ,, BANK BUYSMERCHANTSFARMERS'' BIG INCREASE IN MORE STREET WHITE WORK WAY IS D(1I'lg,4117!( ONLY FEW DAYS LEFT



FOR COUNTY FAIR Equipment Moved-prom- State Bank STAMPS CHRISTMAS 1 Light limes,Being: Added Fr\j j* "f hO TO PAY POLL TAX

Bulld'ag To New.Broadway Home Depot To Broadway Street fie ,
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|S. W. Porter Agrees To Be' With Little Interruption. Affairs Of Latter Taken Kissimmee Sent More Than Improved And Lake Front ) Freeholders Unfed To Pay

Chairman For CommitteeIn The Kissimmee Telephone Company Over December 29 After 12,000 More Greetings Standards for the posts on \\]/!\ Addition \ Them To Be Eligible To

is now located at 418 Broadway, Purchase to the "white way," Wh I b Id
ControlS. December 3 This Year Than Last Vote For
General Schobl Bonds
its new home. "Moving day" starred being added on Dakin avenu\, front
1 about ten o'clock last Saturday Broadway to the Atlantic Cof ,4 f [t.ln
W. Porter, Rev. William Land- night and the complete transfer of The Merchants and Farmers Bank Figures compiled bv Postmaster depot, are being aet this w\y\; anj :Petition asking for a school bond
Iss, and Mrs. F. R. Seymour will con. equipment and resumption of servicewas of KiMimmee passed into the erstwhile Miss Rhea Pherigo at the end of the the new lights will be inatall\!. If'i Avery election to provide means for the

'i stltute the general management come accomplished a few hours later. clans last Saturday night, when year indicate that there were almost few dayi. A row of theft" Jlif">t* erection of a new high school andpplm..y
e mittee for the Oaceola County Fair to The stone building on Broadway, its affairs were taken over by tho thirteen thousand more Christmas will be placed on either side jV the department building will bo r

be held in Saint Cloud at the Tourist in which the company Is. now locate, Bank of Oaceola. County, following greetings! sent from Kissimmee this street, and will add much to the kl\IJ" circulated next Saturday and Monday -

Club House from the twenty-third to was purchased last April by Mr. completion arrangements.aub.u. I Christmas than there were last. This ty of Kissimmee at night, j,\sides according to announcement madeat
the twenty-sixth of this month. This: Wettsttin, owner of the telephone quent to its purchase on December 3. conclusion comes when one takes into presenting!! !!:: a more _cheerrul'r"t the Chamber of Commerce yesterday. -
working in conjunctionwith All of the deposits of the Merchantsand consideration the number of one James M. Johnston called the
committee, !/ company, and remodeled. The upstairs nce to the arrivals on the trJ'otbet'\ ,
County Agent J. R. Gunn who remains as apartments, while Farmers Bank were transferredto and two cent stamps sold. By far dark. : attention those present to the fact

was made ex cfflcio member of all the lower floor houses the telephone the Bank of Osceola County, and I the large majority of stamps of these The work of the street e\\\r 01\ I that in order to vote in the bond election

committees, will have final jurisdiction equipment.In check drawn en the Merchants- I denominations are used for post cards Oak street west of Robinson Ive1\u\ I for this purpose, one'se polt'tax:
in all matters pertaining to the the front Is the office of Manager Fat mers Bank are being!' paid in the !' and letters says Miss Pherigo.!/ as the presents an appearance nhowii t i ch must be paid for the years 1922 and
conduct of the exhibits, Griffin usual way by the Bank of Osceola postal employees always use those of 1923.
placing and J. E. and two telephone improvement. The street, wliijft taut
and all matters not covered by other booths. Immediately back of his office County. the largest denomination possible for very narrow there 'has been <\V|" eAei! ), The poll tax must be paid not later
committees, or ih which there may is the operating room, and behind The fast growth and success of tho packages. through co-operation of S. Q, JWlt-: than four Saturdays prior to' the
be overlapping. Mr. Porter has been that the frame room. Opening from Bank of Osceola County, during 1923, During the month of December the man who gave the city a c; %A foot election. The school board will meet
the committee, responsible the is commodiousrest is evidenced by the fact that it has from his th next: Tuesday, and it is probable that
chairman of park operating room a local postoffice sold 34,000 two cent strip acreage at *t; plAct'; ,
for I the l building of the club. room and lavatories.The ntade more than 40 percent net, dur- and a drainage ditch dug o>\ VitHe; the petition will be presented to themat
and 23,900 cent .
of ing the entire year upon its capital.! stamps one .taml)! "\ that time. Mr. Johnston. said tho
meat freely '
house, and has given quarters arc Mill somewhat Incomplete side The two bridges: have 'i/\n\ removed -
M his time. The directors of the Growers but l Manager Griffin expects :!- The last three months and n half .>f The figures for December of 1922 and one well built J brict< /{% /iiul>- election will likely be called for February
n Associations were loath to ask complete! installation within two the year have been operated by lh,' were: two cent 27,200 and one cent, I stituted. The first street ty't of 11, and that the last date upon ;

i him to undertake thin additional or three weeks. Some trouble wa-i I present!' stockholders and directorate, 18.800, showing that 12,700 more of Robinson" avenue has been 1\\i1 jJ ler1V which poll tax may be paid, to

} work in view of the great amount of experienced with\ some of the lines. which purchased the bank on September the two denominations 'were sold in improved and the whole :I'Aetioii; ( make the vote eligible, will therefore
16 1923 its
time his otheactivities have called for a few days after moving but they deposits at that time which la rich trucking" grow j1,. improved be January 12.
for, but considerei: him the best man are gradually getting back to "nor- being approximately:! $370,000. December of 1923 than in the same by the resultant drail\fI\ e. Howard M. Katz reported that considerable -
It has month of 1922. Another
just completed a very successful interesting interest! was'being shown by
for the place, and he finally agreed to malcy. (Continued on Page Elgj r/
the chairmanship.This -- year, its deposits exclusive of 1 comparison of figures is that between property owners!, and others who
accept the!' new accounts from the I stamps of these denominations. sold
nnd other committees were acquired I were considering buying In the street
named last Friday afternoon at a EXPRES"S PLATFORM Merchants-Formers Bank, being morn during November!' and during December. BERRY SHIPMENTSLEAD paving program. One man who lit
than $100,000 than : November sales of cent
meeting 'of the directorates of Osceo greater they were one : considering a piece of property want-
la Growers, Inc., and the Saint Cloud l a year ago, while the combined accounts stamps were fi,900 as compared with ed to know I if the paving on that
Growers Association. held in the NOW BEING ENLARGEDNearly now the deposits of the Bank December's!' 23,900, and November I LAST YEAR'S' street would .be done. If so, he would
Chamber of Commerce at Saint Cloud. of Osceola County are more than used 19.000 two cent stamps as compared : j buy, otherwise he would not. Mr.

The meeting was attended by Count $175,000 greater. It is now one of with December's :34.000. These Katz said they hoped to get started
the strongest banks in this section( figures tend to prove the assumptionthat doing the actual laying of brick for
M. Parker
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Messrs. December 1923
ty Agent! Gunn Twice A Much Lacked One
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and the biggest in Osceola county. : Kissimmee people were doing!!: &the. pavements between the twentiethof
McCarthy
John A
: .Sam A. J.Brammar Geiger ,G. C. Outlaw, andS. Floor Space Will Be Provided The statement issued December 31 more than usual in the' matter of Freezer Of Being: 'l j .ree February and the first of March.A .

of Saint Cloud, and shows deposits to be $595,000, of wishing other people the season'sbest. letter was read from the Georgia
Milton W. Pledger Porter! and Allison T. "French By Nev AdditionsFears which $56,000 represents those acquired Times As Many As v.i t and Florida Railroad, setting forth

!' by the recent purchase.The December's!' stamp sales at the Kis I that the company contemplated a
Mr. French
Kissimme wa
from
In of the smaller \\reuie
that the enlarging of the express directors continuation spite g
announce a personally conducted
tour of Florida
attend for W. I simmee postoffice for the month just
delegated to as proxy platform at the depot woul-i of the policy of assisting (he ag- planted to strawberries this \ellsO" in February for the Augusta' Business
B. Mnkmson. director cf Osceola come too late to be of any service ricultural development of the county' past amounted to $2076, while the the refrigerators shipped dUVjAg i \ the I Women's Club and asking what

., It decided to have two com- : gipped
wu ping reason, have proved to he three times as many as werfduring entertainment here. The matter had
mittees on exhibits, one from each Last week work actually the tame month of 19De-
groundless. !
been '
city A. J. Geiger, Smith-Hughes. instructor stalled. MAP WORlTFOTTHE ST. CLOUD ENDORSES cember showed a total of Jifthree Professional referred to the Business and ,
Women's
, in the Saint Cloud High I freezers this while /' Club, who
} The loading track, which heretofore"hugged" season, l\f\\; eft- wi;..: take action next week.
School, was named chairman of this the the westside son during that month only \t\b-een
platform on
committee for the Saint Cloud section h.1 been moved over and the PAVING NEARLY DONE: N. Y. EXHIBIT PLAN were expressed. Last season to warded Among of the the visitors chamber at yesterday'smeeting Rev. W
were
and Roy Wells, last year's general underp'ining for tie platform to lie the earliest refrigerator <',11II initial 0. Ilornbaker, of the First Christian
manager of the County Fair at built where it formerly wax has already "pony" having been sent AA December church of Kissimmee
J. E.
Kissimmee, chairman for the Kissimmee been in at this writing. A 9. 1922, while this setlbn the Treat,
put Engineering Work On City Committee Appointed to Go who has recently come here from
section. On the Saint Cloud triangular platform will be t'rectl'Jht're. first freezer left on Deccmbe iy.(
committee were also named: Victor Streets I Before Commissioners To in I New York and purchased property, n
to join the present one. Expected To Be Strawberry shipments, V' riketatora end C. S. Goodenow of JacksonvilleWhitington '
Hill, of Narcooni.ee. G. (n. Rickets l I'I At the north end of the platfoiin\ Finished This Week Ask Representation : through December 31, \V\* lie-- Vermont., Mr. Treat .aid
and M. O. Hood. J. A. Minnick was additional space i in being prrvd'd.between son, trailed 37 eighty-quart J''W .r-a he
Vad. spent ten winters In Florida
named from Lake Wiltscn as. Kissim- I the two side trades the total and 16 thirty-two quart, or f total If ,
I The Saint Cloud Chamber of Com- pretty thoroughly covered the state
City Manager Doughten said this ,
committee member, and both
mee added floor fpnre being estimateJtetwpen 3472 quarts! most of which h\t\ Rose
I that and Herndon merce feels the same about having I was familiar with its climate whichhe
chairmen to week Ramsay ,city way themonth
were empowered appoint /f>00 and i COO equate feet. : to New York. The last daif
ti other member their engineers<; in charge of the surveys an exhibit from Osceola county to said was spread all over the state i
uch of t committees Officials of the OsceoLa Growers, proved be bigger! pitflA 01!,
need. I and paving t of the eight miles of city lit the February Florida exhibit at and r>.ot confined to anyone .section,
as they might who are loading t strawberry refrigerators the previouj shipping!!: days l"Abitied! I he
and
' Claude Johnson. of the Saint Cloud I at the platform that li'U"' streets scheduled for this winter Madison Square Gardens in New 21 eighty quart and flV ) asa hod decided upon Kissim'
say Yot that the Kissimmee chamber two \b1t'tr-1 wee the place for him to .
Tribune was name) chairman of the inconvenience has BO far been apparent 1 would complete the engineering portion c, quart freezers were st\f\ .settle :

publicity and advertising committee, during the progress of the of their work this weeThis I docs. The mutter was discussed at largest number expressed:! at \ta1 y brvious i POLK: COUNTY ORANGEFESTIVAL
,i the other member being A. T. French.of work. Some difficulty has been experienced refer to the surveying!' and platting ,. this week's meeting of the Saint date this season was ii,4\. r eighties JANUARY 2T
'The Gazette. J... M. Parker was in jlt'tthIce 'on the platform as y Cloud trade body, which meeting was I and three thirty-twos, on beeein- : r

the choice for chairman,of ,the Information duet the we a t 'side: work, but to determine proper drainage. attended by U. J.. Burrows, Milton I I ber 28.AERIAL. The Polk County Orange Festival, N
and concessions committee, the express company's officials are On completion of this phase of the Pledger,' and Allison !French of the to b e held In 'Winter Haven, January

It was 'decided to let the concessions co-operating to make as little inconvenience campaign the assessment rolls will Kissimmee committee. : ACROBATS COM1 22, 23, and 24, will event in
to local organizations in Saint Cloud, as possible- is expected occupy the attention of the engineers.It Mr. pledger. as spokesman for the I SUNDAY FOR Ji'fi\Qtl' the history of south Florida On of

with no outside consesstonnaires un the work will be completed in two is not known definitely' how long Kissimmee committe, asked the con. the biggest features on the program
any matter which could be handledby weeks. the compiling of this data and the sideration of the Saint Cloud businessmen W.. M. Raymond was in KidAtOniee\ ( ; i ia thegrand street parade to take' i

the local people. ---- --- computing of the assessments against and .that if they were favorably Wednesday making arrange..: )!\ySt\ for place at 10 a. m., Tuesday, January y
A. S. McKay was made chairman REHEARSALS" GOING AHEAD the properties affected, will take. Inclined toward 'the proposition, to I aeroplane flights and exhibition; licit:
of the amusement committee his duties FOR NEXT AMATEUR PLAY When this is completed, however, the appoint a committee to appear jointly Sunday afternoon at the /Viti&n' 22.This parade promises to be the

to be the determination of, and fact must be advertised and hearingsset. with the Kissimmee committee at field Mr. Raymond is man|g>>Sr Billy most elaborate ever staged in small
putting on of athletic events band The Drama-Players next presentation After the city commission sits next Monday's meeting of the boardof Parrish, who will be reltyVber' city in Florida. Particular attention

1 concerts, barbecue or pilau or what the modern version of "Ten to hear remarks on the assessmentroll county commissioners, as the sensational aerial acr\>Vt who U being given the floats which' will
ever the committee might decide. It. Nights in a Bar Room," announced the advertising of bonds and the The Saint Cloud people present at made his first parachute ju! /A; while' appear In the line. Floats from every

was the sense of the men at Friday's I for Tuesday night, January IS, at advertising for paving contracts may the meeting were all of the opinion exhibiting in Kissimmee l 1\lgk ,.eAr. section of the county are to be
u meeting that some sort of attractive the Casino under the auspices of the be done. that this opportunity to advertise th(> He will do his wing walking tuftg entered in the parade and the neighboring -

musical athletic. or gastronomic program Kissimmee Concert Band, is now in One of the city commissioners said county should not be overlooked,and and parachute jump again (lIoeAt Sun: counties are invited to tend
t should be held each of the four nightly rehearsal end all is moving President L. M.Parker appointed S. day. The plane will be pi' | yesterday: "It is impossible to state
days of the fair, with a parade and smoothly along with the usual vim W. Porter chairman of 4 committeeto Jimmy Johnson one of Flori\jA\ bt' Three prixs will be offered: tint:
r opening speeches to start the exhibit.To and ever increasing: enthusiasm.The definitely just when the actual work act with the Kissimmee committee. known pilots. prize $200; second prize, $100; third
take care of such visitors as the entire cast Is now filled and remains can be started. We are doing everything with Messrs. C. A. Bailey and Sam The flyers will carry p ggepgers prize 50. Competent judges will

hotels might not be able to accom- as announced last week, with we can to rush it to the earliest Grammar as. the other members during the afternoon, the price? tf truss upon the merits of the floats.

modate a committee on housing" was the addition of little Alta Ruth Over. possible completion. It is doubtful if fnese committees will hold a joint these trips having been reyced t, ; l to Prizes will be awarded on the following -
street, who will make her first appearance all\ the necessary measures can be session next Monday morning just fiVe doltarsi The is
appointed consisting..: of Mrs. E. E. ntana""t"' \ counts: 60 per cent for beau-
Livermore chairman Mrs. C. C. Cox, with the "DramaPlayers"in completed sooner than the latter part prior to the meeting of the commissioners ', asking the people to come 0,," early' ty and artistic arrangement; 25 per-
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and Mrs. W. II. Fowler. Sam Bram- the role of "Mary Morgan, the of February. We hope we can start after which they will ad- in order that those who wane; to ride cent on originality; 25 ,on appropriateness -
mar was named as head of the dec- drunkard's daughter. A child of.misfortune having brick laid by March first." dress the board upon the subject. may do so before darkness beta; in. of the subject cymbo-

oration committee.A whose noble little heart No definite time has been set but the lized.: ,
though borne within a tattered garb, will continue all the No
reception (committee composedof SAINT JOHN'S GUILD LITERARY DEPARTMENTWILL flights "rJ\ol1n. entries will be barred. Commercial
"Hi :.oner, The Mayor," and two throbs and beats in a way so pure houses are invited and urgedto
I and so faithful her example may WILL MEET MONDAYSaint MEET JANUARY 15;) enter floats
erstwhile advertising their
of Saint Cloud
mavors was
FIRST BAPTIST B. Y. P.f
well be studied und followed those
by wares. Many of these commercial
named as follows: Mayor L. M. Parker Ohg1CER3
Sam Brammar and S. W. Porter. whose surroundings may be less unfortunate ELECTS NEW floats can! be decorated on an original
John's Guild will meet next!' The literary department of the Kia- ;

Unusual interest attaches to this Monday, January 7, at three o'clock, simmee Women's Club will meet Tuesday I Last Saturday night the \1 3sptlst plan. No matter how humble or inexpensive -
TO WELCOME THE TOURISTS several in the Parish House( afternoon, January 15, at :S J : you may consider your L 1
particular production, for I Young People's Union of tftl\ 8'i4t float to be in
comparison with others
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AND NEW RESIDENTSWoman's reasons. Not only ii it a drama of I Mrs. Robert F. Angas, Secretary.W. o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lewis Baptist church elected olt fattr its originality or artistic -'
I arrangement
?ire -Christian- Temperance deep heart-interest with an abund- I O'Bryan will,be on in Clyde the nature avenue.of The a round meet I this year. Miss Clare Plv/\* was may win one of these big' prizes.

Union will give a reception to ance of clean laughing material, in C. T. U. MEETS NEXT FRIDAY tale discussion. This departmentwill named president. The people of Polk county are urg-
'The strangers within our gates" I fact one of the most satisfying of southern authors this Miss Leah Herzberg is the new ed to build floats and make this a
modern but It inspires lesson study year. Harold Wilstary "
next Friday evening, January 11, at plays a vice president; 'Icre-! reaN- float parade. W. Herman
Hart Memorial. A fine is and a moral that will last; then, too, The W. C. T. U. will hold their WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS MONDAYThe -treasurer; Miss Ruth lrfyrberg. Mnnr of Winter Haven, is chairmanof
program
promised and a general good time. it contains a number of characters regular business meeting next Friday corresponding secretary; Uly!\ Chap the float committee. and he will
The refreshment committee consistsof that afford wonderful opportunitiesfor afternoon from 3 p. m. to <4 p. m. Woman's Club will meet in man quiz leader; Howard P\U .tttl gladly furnish information to any interested -

Mrs. A. T. Morrison, Mr*. M. E. I the players. Practically everyone Meeting will begin on time and close regular session at the Chapter House, Sam L. Lupfer Jr., group ) 81a; party concerning the floats ;

Tamer, Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Mrs. of the major roles stands boldly : promptly at 4 o'clock. January eighth. and Miss Helen Chapman QiMiat. and the parade.

M. Katx. The hostesses will be Mrs. orth as a star part. These are among I -<
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David Lander and Mrs.F W. Ames. 'I the chief reasons for the play's long 100-- v 4Ji KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
popularity and in a measure explain INSTALLED OFFICERS 1'
why.for sixty years, it has been endorsed ,
PARENT-TEACHERS MEET by the pulpit, eulogized by the .
NEXT THURSDAY Friendshop No. 10, Knights
I press and applauded by the masses. .. Lodge
Director Triplett smiles approving- of Pythias, held its annual installation -
Parent-Teschera Association wi'lmeet
services and at Fraternity
banquet
ly when asked how rehearsal are
next Thursday afternoon, January He remarked ) Hal) last Wednesday night, withlarge
10 at 'o'clock, in the high school progressing. yesterday grR
"I have been proud of every one of the is' "1 a number present. DeputyGrsn'lt
building. All parents and teachers 1't Chancellor John L. Overstrett
I have directed with Kissimmee -
plays
are urged to be present. Foda Me-
was the installing officer.
talent and may rest assuredI vw'v:
Nlel, secretary. will be proud you of "Ten Nights in a .4 < m %$ John} S. Cadel was installed as
Chancellor Commander Victor M.
Bar Room, 'too." X >- '- /< V &V?"** % +\4 ; ,
Reserved seats are already on sale *ff>rf wvpMi'wVm' a y J *JP $&**\V\ Hill.\ Vice Chancellor; A. S. Gilbert, i

,.. ,PROGRAM T I at Tre..' news stand. The price. remain <,'$ 'J J 1P ++ i I_ l Prelate; Hunter Dillard. Master ot: 1
1I..y. January 6, 4. p. m. I : as before, 76c for the reserved] s Work; George L. Gross, Master at '
Broadway, Band Stand seats. Arm.; Uly Chapman, Keeper of Records I
and Seals; C. L. Dandy Masterof :

KISSIMMEE C CERT BAND 1 a AND P. W. MEETING Finance; F, C. Bryan, Ma.t.eI".of' ""

U. J. ,Burro ws, DirectorbrehWoodenhSoldienf IS CHANGED NEXT WEEK.J. Exchequers Louis Schmidt, Inner "
NIGHT: Guard; .nd Sidney 1!. .RiChard:'Outer '
; .._?.S 'l '-*
t Guard. .'W.1
'Overture-ColdMi* I>imrooik'.iKmtfSerenade A The>,Business i < 'and Professional t. J T .... S
-La Palo*.. ..Yra1it Wpraea's Club,-will meet next week at p i UYM' j ",'i''
,f- o'clock1 for the .. .. .. PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL :" .
March Scout( A1NTERMI83IOI1 8' 'onMonxlar'might, .,
-Boy > l J' G. I ,1'1"
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.- .' ,' '''' \ : "." FOR ? STOVE .
e.',---.- t r:' iePopular ren1a tt..4t-tiar'.,Jytoary""Ill, ,4 business'b*' ,bald meeting.at' the .,. KISSIMMEB COUTn'RYHCLVBinOU! lli," ; .1 l: .r-J'f"- at, \ tE'WTc39ENj ,

; Medley Remlcks ..11ItQflnteuludeIsle ChlmbrLQt'Csnm' rc., and aU mem. 'The Golf; 'Course'tlno'' ;: /beleg"p'at'ln,; '; 'tiM-stale'"ibapitortli." ,}' :"SrlnUrpIayiV ; ; next proceed*"$'*-social to.ba'giren J: ',
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f-' ; ; i-;.. .:.;:. ;'..J.r.n.en. bel'll /.,. urged to ..,...mber the '..A'.r--..< ":'-.' .' ,' x,1 ...uy. i,. . .... .......-. "j nn.a .: 1; rneeo 4"fceftmang'.t,. ''!.
of-Palna ,...Holm.Waits ... chang in'mectlnir niffb) 'and be present '. "" ",.,, .U'- -' ,-" $ K.; *" "'t ?'. .- '.t.rrn" IT: o'eJode, at t&.Prwbyterian Sunday' ?.

-Bower >of Beauty-.r.v:_Brook ,:as_ important.. mature are.._to.bfl ..1\., rJ; t *, ., k' '. .dw .s ..+ ... ", dcbooi..,......", . -:.ward-s.ttrtsttt'. .A4I. "ii. '
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TWO KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .'RJI>AY. JANUARY 4, 1924 -

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I- :*: R. J, DENNING j| TO: BOOST .'EW VKGETAHLEFlorida 1. ILLITERACY NEXT CONFERE.NCK "'WEEK-, : \ ( : ;I i I -A

-" DENTIST v -
R Over the Postofficc <000 ; growers
> OFFICE HOURS;, > ,potulo-liko veoti'lfible, :: introduced l will '1)tt dh cussc'd: for ,ihe first lima : 11

_ 9:00 to( 12:30: 1:30 to 5:00 fnto this country'by-plunt explorer us n subject: at II national ('onftrel1ceot : -1
<. Residence Phone 174- < of the United Stales \
r .Office Phone 158 + agriculture have foi'Mod an vM'>orjfi- td bo held in \ eshingcii )

.000.+OO + + + + lion for the'purp _______________ _
__ __ dasheen In'Ju' !
'oOo+O->-"oX'---.> time in bintory that IIn OVafliY.UtIflfl 1 l.otlit.1' pal tl "plltil1Jt'' and 1 one of thrct- i : ,. )

for the purpowe of adverlisinjf 1\ flew sJIIIhItPJ1g) OI'g:1I1!l.ut ions. '
:: MILTON PLEDGER : iruJuftiry' in tho'e.t''olnbleVol
< o .:. been f, rl11l'J liefolo the indutiyit' ilulf (- ,. ,".feiejif'Pa; oiv the illiteracy proWeni 1 this!
C. ATTORNEY) I.AW has bprnniff, cFtnlllriod) and l these I have been !II&I i llwiujcliput I t"h
+ State' Hank BuildingXISSI.MJtKU Kloi-IJii pioneers! hive! Ildolll'tI t'u- I I I but heretofore no attempt ha beet! .

LIrA unlqu idea ''of ijfvelrp'nff/ u 11"1'111111<1 made to 'tJtutiI"r' it" aspoct a. nlfect- I

++-:- -:. +"'* (..,...X.-: :.... for dnshoeim coincident.vilh ei.Urjriliir :. / j'jnjr/ iivilwelfare.1 t In i older. that t thepfipuo. t ) ) !,

(Jic production of tbr ntnv v"r<' .! (li.-ou.x'-ion iiviy I he: "roprcsen- ) chicks U
I oO> + + +.+O. + ++ + + + _:_ + -1 /
tnhlp.: TIll' (Ip'wrtiiK'nt v jl! nopirntt' i I .tnti.'i'i t the National' I Education l ASMIin. I )
_- u. K KH1IJHSV.: J. 8TK1CI> < I
A $ with theFeoZ'O'I'/ in ili"ii enIAlthouith t ,at I i< lh<' t Coiiorul; I FoiJerution of I' '; die.

KRIBBS & STEED J. fh'l'pil", ': \Vniiiiii'C'lili' ( ", .iinl tb.' Anirr.fiin I \

this nnv f ".1 r'op i (1'"irii'ii.' :' ry-djiernliiijj! t tinUmteil. I I I -
:,1I. v Attornevj and CouiiHolors ut Law C- which; is of jru':at imp ''tniM't'f id muivi : -'1.t., .. Ii!dI"-(';'III ,.1' }I': Jiii'HtHiti., will? j join, ... I ' I I t
i ; t
.? ICInsimmec Florida ..I i h.) ." parts t of I 111(' woiM and. lull' lit- I Ii si'ltlj.ii't ., oil. definite t; slcps t:> stump ,:
General Fraction in all Suite and <. t ll I? I known: t I.> luitivi-t .\ ?"t1<'I..lth.. end l i| 'Mil( ,inability' to reid t.ml 1 u,rite the) I : \ shows

4 E United Stftten Courth.i 1-u: ra"s" iM.varf: I intrd t !iuriMl" I ;into: lh"iiulluTii I "Knjib.: h J'.nuig-o.; : .n ;ill srti <- ++ "* < < < > < <' ; I Chick
I "t.'itcs: I for \:>.t"imen1al i? t'ul I II Itivntion ''the nation. I
\
I ++ + + + .++ ++ <0- + + + + -:- -:- -:- I i I ncnrly fiftf1! \',.n,'y. U' ". i i-i. i tt' I. M I : 'iof 'he i'mfcn'i.'i'/ will I I ' 1 ' : % live U
i JMT JOHNSTON 0 ii; !I' ;.\Iflt4'i'I': '-. (MiuisiI'U/ lii'fi nnih: ]uk( f'a'' if J..' b" M in "I'u1' an !ill .i-iuin, of 1.1.) I II'> ,

P Johnston & Garrett 11"11Iolh..z' f".I.III.I1'' inini.|;' niit ina i pintini'iii, nf lnl-riiiv, Sp".tl! ': al' :
ltJ. 1 : ;I nv <*'i i"tr\ II vi t tl'-t I !'ati il I :>. xv'K'rtil' I i..-!.i.in" nf t t''i'W.iiTi"i: :,) w.ll t : ,
1 !
r:! ... ATTORN. ; ( a v. ivl"i ful. ] Ia''I'op' i>'ani : ;il"n i' .tIi,.ltllh.!' !i. . .J III .1. Tiirorl., I I'nite'i' I Iv' t U
II'I S !
II' F -:- ;
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I I \MI: r'd'ciilcii! , (ml 1"IIIIIt'd. 'nl'u..1.! of
( or. > ill--- ,i- niiiiiM-ii. "m" uf .".ju"lol1 : U
+ 10, 11 and 12. Osceula Unn;< + I .i '! h fiiin1 pivii-c: Iv I 11') .,. V'vlri: 1I i iii.rhl I | : '
) Nat IH1..I! <(< 'i iniiiaiMler, .I<.ilm Ji.) (jinn:1f !
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II ++ tSWIMMKK.! I'.uiliiinfrK ,1-I.OriIllA! I .(:. I '- >ir<|'iiiniin-o! ; :, \\ith ,it t. :ic"onl- |! '. i t''he AiiK'iu.iii I.q'I.,i ; ... Olive1; ; : | I (contain- U

. .. __ .. .. ::11"' to I I'u-'r' ; fmr'os. In I this r |vot : )K. .l Jon"'. iirt'iitrr.t( oft ti t1t! ... i-'' '
+': : + + ; > /) '" I '" ]: has
.
I 1 "ivi-nlN I th tlmriiv imih'lii"h? th"} ; ,.. : ) just
--- -. -_._-_ .----.-- - i r'ij ir.it ioi ni A.-s6oiation: I :.MTl.miiin :' : ,
...:.-.....-;.+---:-.;..;..).:..:..;..;..).:..;. ,Ip"t"to tri ( li'l,! in Ku'ipe; In fore ilIlttlln"J t C.; U'li'trr. ,prrsLJml ( I 1110' ; : I ( 1 U
I :: ,| "-,'n, r-il p'imilui-itv.! 1l : .011< bIll I'e'iifitn" "f \V. men'- iI ; I : I I

_L I' II. CLAY STANFORD *; [ While i (th,. potato:i I lirul' !i fi-w t.i'nc'l j ( '', !L. Jn iiil'ilitio'i, I' 1 l'i'ii o. .s.tc ikiT- '( I : / ' j '

Iu! -r ,- .:. 1 fr;(",,ds! even in tbo !boiriMniii". i1 nii'tilh ,. !Ia luinilii'i',, -if. hifibl.x i iii/-J! v.irk-, I : 1 :
-: REAL: ESTATE.: : RI'NTALSAM *: [f" t t" "" ',,' opposition' : /fri', t'l,1r I .". illlil, i kllOAll Illlt'lo'J', '" ;t. i "II d.u.I.ma' ,,; i I I ) '

1 t *: : ) INSURANCE: : : *: ,'.,1'1'1.1'' |Ht:' fo"iii>n MS wi-'l') nt l"r "rn I'I"t ,,,hi"d' \. >11 ..d ""'''' v.iI, IIIII'" i >, ; I; ,I i, t I i 1 I II

l m' I 81 Over liiink: of Oacpolu 'ounty *: 'rl-c prc-s--. It \vrimi: rut! I af1.-" tV !! (jrctip-iiu'i'tinv! ''' *. I : i )" I :: (; No. 218

I .> KISSIMMKK. KLOIUIlA *: [ ,l-'nncli Kaciillv i if ;Mcrc'tii''] Ill ] 7TI.ut ; 1. In dillYrvM!' ,,,,',, I : )
go II) 1"- 'II"go' oru.ininl ;
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44'i I groiiiiItcss! (-!1Ii'LI'is fijj.iins';: \ I 'iilitolT.rv:! : II ,l'l') I I-i-- disriisii'il.. The' I
ELLIS jM i In1 p'ltnto, niiil l thi I'ojip :aii'l ot''iii, :U'lrliiin stall'and! t < ( t !
I :1: F. DAVIS :t : 1"all1l1'/.f III11'11' "' I .
illu 'rioiiK hail II"r/,, / '
men
ItS< i -
i"punibility tit'
fitr" an or*'.t'))"'," rainiiaijrn'inin'ii ,
,,, ;
I + ATTOHNEY Offices AT LAWBunk +-:. I f'T itsvholcvlmi"ii's)) ( ) -. t t'lat' ; :; illitt r.itt's vCl l In- 1,1,, n up )h'I| t ,I i| 'I _
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0) nf. (Mct'olit.. I'uuiily IttilMlM. + thtrejudive upninst: Ih. gcat:\ vcpcli'b -1 aniitlirr: jrriiup. (jue-tien i) of publirjty ,t ; ,
0) 4111 I Cannrrr I < rlmlnnl 4 !<' JL'nally;' broke. ilmvn.Kxpcrimontal I: ,tor, ..p,1I, a I will be .
c'oiiijiiiiK'i/ CUM- i k -- -----
j <4 I'ntrllrrKISPIMMKK : 1"1.1111111.\! 1 4 4: I' : woiU liii- prmcd" '' 1 I'n1' iilei-eil" "I'pnratclv.'' .1.- \\ ill i 1'o'll..j. I, }. ( ; : ] I II' I
,'nl": of the d'C-bfcn) invl, Ii4, \ I 1' ? /
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IIKIIbilitv n i'ii inn-- fniMale. , '
>-:-oxoo'x.: -: = ) : -n'tion.
: I I I of proilurinfj! it liii'iirrci'i, ,! I I l t t / ) (
on u c ,
,[ I ne part ,"f I'I .,
/ 'I' ";"rI.'IIn l.ijti"1'urii
-: ..,-,- ,-,-.,-,-_:..:-.. I[ *rilp.] I Far"l"; i--, w'lo' "ri'i'O"ni/i'il; It - a > i .it'.-' III O'I, uo'tn'i j with-) : I L. I i t I
h.'irh i I viliir I fi'iee -I it t I 'I I | |" ,
I poti'nli.-l i its t iit'-n-t e r.niiouncii. j
i i I ill'- pic- i.f i he 0"- I l!! I ,
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+ LUCILE JOHNSON *: !Inet i ) i haKept" on illi', l il. filinjr !
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; :IIII/'li"n. inn .hI'! (C..I."j, I I \\ .
.,. -- < it. :'i',1 l marl I'tj'ii' it uh i In- l ': : ,.: : :
i <"i !J' '. !!I. I to! I b-'io'i. , due-lor ofii
JUSTICE\ OK THE IECF. ':' l'n.II!,' : anil I 'hi. Oii, i"1'1 .1! P' pui: t l' .' >. oi, 'iiiM'i' III k-iii- in-11. j p n i ;| | I: .
-I'; -if hot t'nyii !
,. I'UHI.IC STF.fnI'IIEI: ; mir la'I rv citic-i ki'pt 'II 'of! |I." I | : : I >, ,
I -> CLAIMS: HANDLED/ l ,, I l"ll t I':"." C'Ullil,, |...i! 11. Tlii-. : rg. (th.It.'I,' "/ii\II.-"hope."-//1.;] tu L a t 'II..h'' I".\ I tin, f: '! | I i ! ,! ,

STATE BANK HUH.DING) :- ; .:. I hi"-i; r' -'. I I '
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p ,. ,,,,<,, ,. .,. t-.u.- t.ki'i-- of I'l.'O: "m-'I"P'| "I th'"- i I' ,
hF j OKI'ICTISWinter .1 |! ,t'an m. ,iii ?.1', ,''I'' ,. .f.) . ,i'K I I i ,
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v.1. I U"I I to I ''.d li, < what 1 :, t tbeo, '
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I J HHIII" roniniand4for 1
: : ie'-f of nrhiiliVTI, tn ni: kIt' .1 i in M-( \\-i' II"" 'hull.1 4 11', : .

TILLER uniform" !" biob-j'ni'le; , iiI"( ,iiiii.t, mill to t The. .. I li, .1' ,
Ullitc"l I t I .S't.'ites ,
timN ,
:\ ele onthiiy .
U('ei" > t Iii* nn tho in ,,'I.t >-1e ulilywinnever ] I in -, )
I i :: Real Estate Agency z I'lid "-.Ir,' :iiirnnjr! the iilirbMatinii '..",.. .
a (ienijipii-1 v.',; ftiuii' i.Wrth i. : nf theoihf., e I : i I I
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::: : (he i-o-npcr.iti, ;,," of II --t4fl1' \ i't ve J"'d.: h'I )' I l I ,
FIRE. LIFE AND ACCIDENT 4 I II Li' a Itt '1(111( of't"| t anIPL'IL'L ,
"f loi'Hl rhnin, I He
!stI.ri..I /ll1d "i ii, f""lId. ,,, ,
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h: 4 INSURANCE > : nI. If .
4 c l\' inlfrfsis' ,, in id t i"i"II'.I, i..t t'n t\ of I',. leai-'y" / fveiitv-hv ;P' "lila I male ic a bcrtrr look
I INDEMNITY BONDS; .. i.i.t .t "tII nen ti'rufIt'll, fa.- It"vt I'f?
JtrksiiijIIithis ,
,l. "f 4 4 flll'lI1' !' :" '' "rld i u-ar ,-(it uld I neilhi-r t read all. I I I
.. ti'Hi is mootinir with ,' , nor'' i" i l,..
g c 0 ;.x.+ /tin.iiItr.: ti'e "Ul'- it,' < e Irnda dignity'
_ _ __ _ _ I_ _ __ "-,.-4 in making the dash'-eii! a familiar liko WI ,fioni.us' war tin i"se'(-orcls'lij'ures! "howed that we th'ro'can anti enlarged cowl

KISSIMMEEPLUMBING food orcduot in that ,"its'1 )Hounswivi'Srre [ : : ui i" four tirm-K, the illiierate.s, i t awet-p to It* body
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]k'-irnin r !h"> st I how to nrcn'ire iltheir.families ) nation in the inir <\Ipan&a ol th. front
rn,, and as reported by the federal census. -
SHOP ore forming the j !
I habt of providing; it oerusionnl'v.'
The I Ity action of the last three canvi& n-I cnp dasheen is a vegetable! Bimilart ) tiflll* of. th.i .Amari.... .*un.. I : t .l-.._ in nickeL Th.I .
a food --- 'V'
-, Nothing Too Big'NothingTo9 I' qualities to the rotBtn! hut veterans' of ; brown background
program
education has /
; being drier It contilrs about CO rsr becomeone of its prime in ,; I window cuRaln
movement .
Small cent
more actual fcod than nn onual J enhance the atyU: of'
$> 't Promulgation of this has been i
carried
J ; XK >< I weight of potatoes" It has R' nutty :: on through thGAmerican 'riob: 1, (ier.. See the new
flavor nnd A 'mealiness which i commission hot ac '
Guaranteed' make | our ahraarroom.
-A'D' of which
Mr.
Work it diPtipctive!i and F've it n r=n"rial and he claims Powe'l, is head i ( ,
value vhen) an important part for
To used with a Flue lir n'II . the \ ikroutk
Be Satisfactory >K rillirnr for fowl and ot'ior' commission's work in iece>it ed- ) Pt., ...
Unsheens are also, oxeellent InpatR'j I ucHtionul' development) of the nation. .I Wi I

T {> Broadway : Telephone 143 fried in salad] as chips ( Ha'' ) American taken Legion the lead woikors in, work have aus'amly .t :
style), and in among
.. many other WilY!'. j, illiterates in many communities. (IlIe 1

example is the woik of 0. L. Bden- i

.T : Neid's' Healing Baths i I His banker whether usually or ran not toll to verv]place aoruratrly a- of hamer the legion past in department Arkansas who commander directed I,I n tin,',! ", I I, -

I
farmer! on or off the success lift. i establishment of Legion schools tho
recommended for rheumatism for those umihle l(0 road und write., !i I ] t
t ,
Mr.
eczema, and all kinds of skin, The Gazette Job Department is fir> liodonhnmer headed' ono of the ,
t
< I lesionul I conferences of I
ready to that illiteracy
print
disea8 '. Also for stomach classy letter head hold in the "" )
south.
for you. Call Phone Double-One In Oklahoma, '
((11.)
troubleFor baths and mineral whore the "Jones, plan" for volunteer i : ,

-. ; water for drinking,; purposes, - - -- -------1 tion toachors of the wits oKtahlished. under Direc I j t ( I
American
leave order at 614 Patrick St., Leffion's statt? er
J 666 I American riiiiiui-nion, hundreds of
or phone 208. men and women were given I he opi i -" t

is a Prescription' prepared for I porti'nity to leiirn to read and "Tile':' tho -
CHARLES[[ NEID[ Owner the EnglishLEGION latuguam'.c. I I i I I t

Colds, Fever and GrippeIt up I -I
I I'I'
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA" I is the most put I
speedy remedy know '
we
H! j ---- :--- 'I' ; : W.\ Ni's KEVKKSAL and I
___ Preventing Pneumonia I (II-' I :<_-s tnt.. Ai''E JtL I.ING: ,
Wanted
: clean rotton rags not .1-Il
; I I
Action (
| merely hroufrht by the national
trimmings or strings-but decent leg/ ) !
isuti\o] :
stuff to one for washing,; rollers: 5 I oomniitt'-e of tho American i ) '
and presses and wiping,; bea'-ini. I legion may lead to ro-instati'ni of ( : : I 1

? Bring 'em along to the office of Th> povornmont iTsuram-o" by hundrciN: ; of i ; ;
Gazette Kissimmee. 14-tfx disabled. World w.lr.telltll.",. PiotoslR ,,\ .

- . hive been niHile by a I legion post hm,: )
:-. composed of di" bled, men in Saranac ',,

USE Lake hoqpilal'hidl are regarded) 'I j 184!) ( \ New Crop'
,1 us responsible! for the. ] / ] I
loffion's Tort
DATnY !
Co's !
,; Y.J.LINGHand I to obtain n "ri'vvraul of a Veterans1, ,' i just .
Bu.!
ICE "au 1
CREAM inline, liy mo' ns of which bre ,
in.my men havt been denied insur- j. : Arrived
LaundryNow anco.I'rcrntinir. I(' )

of oomprnsation: i ay- I !' i
I nWllls to the <1iMatlil) to pay tho in"inance i n / I

open and ready ,carried by the recipient when 'i I of
tho compensation] did not approximate
:j:
for business tI"",' cost of the insurant-" has lioen rofu.od "

by the Veterans' Bureau on the j I fect

ground/ that it had! no authority for !:
; -
su h notion.
20 Stewart Ave. j "
If the legion is successful in the i (, ( .
4. ; effort to obtain the I
Kissimmee, Florida r sal, many insurance requested policies of rever dis a and )

A I'll shied I
-- _. ERS for the men will be considered in force ing
4 ----- :- ---- amount of insurance which ] ,

unpaid (compensation.- .., Him--- ...,nH._ mv'n.- :I ("
umnK i
from the (government would add
have i water
ffi t Dairy milk iI
CITY'ME4TJARKET i is purchased. The ruling would affect a I may /

for your folk.. larger number of cases which were may
T
allowed
to lapse and
your baby. which the gov of

1 : . and children ernment, later for compensation.acknowledged did Its not indebtedness "..

it and it
will be carry for the amount which this money ,
would
you. purchase.
their

: ''. to :.Fresh, Metxt;: and Kentucky now has a .tate director the COMPANY 1

: of music
v. Vege-blea The creation of this office 1'
by the state superintendent of public :
". Instruction it the result'of the action the
'
1 / ,' : of the 1922 legislature ;
which
passed j
J1.fpg.1? 4it ,
[f a' bill firing music a place in the .
.. : ecarae of study for :
'A' '. -t. -J [ all Kentucky I. ...1:
school ,
JACK 'BASS ..
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- .------.- -- - ..may, jUSSjMD1EH.YAtLTGAZrE.. SUIDAY, .JANUARY. ,-..JtU'1____ \\ .u -\. "THROB,
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. WALLACE' OPTIMICTIC

WOR 'FARMERS IN' 1924 '
:,.;_ .:.3.
Seafwtary Of 'UfricultureThink*
"' \ Condition HIT
rissprVrejl And ,Warrant..Faith (

Horn Henry C.:',Wallace,' secretary
.I'Ieu1turebaa! ; issued'a New k +
Yeas attement-whch) expresses his YY nh .. tt
belief that in spite of the slowness of ,
its coming there haa been,'and continues ,d R nl"I
to be, improvement of the lot
of the tiller of the soil., c His state
ment issued at Washington last ,I
week' follows
: ,
"The industry, courage and faith k I k n
evidenced\ by the farmers of the nation / ,, rwr
during the past ttyree years are ; .1 i .u t .,Uy t dS'
slowly bringing their reward. Improvement -
in agricultural conditions .
continues-not as rapidly as desiredor S' ;
needed nor as rapidly as deserved, t
but nevertheless it continues. The
promise of the year has been fulfilled. -
'
"So we come to the en.)' of the a r
third yt'nr of post-war depressionwith s f !
a feeling of greater confidence r
born l> of better times already realized
and with justified hopes' of still fur- r r jl
the" improvement in 1924. )
"]11 general, the crops of 19i3: wore w1 .me
frood. Some sections in the cotton 'ar
!belt> and in the wheat belt suffered .. ;, r
M t
.A '
from the raxnges of weather and insect Iy
pets, bin the aggregate* crop
production wall enuul to the averageof
the five preceding years s
"Considering money return we find t, r
j that the values of most crops are 1 r r rill d.
greater than in 1922. The total valueof I.
all crops is 12 per cent greater. r '
The values of the wheat/ rye rice f "t11x.1 '
clover seed, cranberry, peach and i.
pear crops are below 1922; in the I
case of wheat 11 per<< cent below. The
:_
values/ of all ether important crop I '
are greater. w c 1'
"It is difficult to measure the productive
value of livestock during the rtt1fMP'e
year dependent as it is upon crops '
marketed in that form. In general ate ,j.$ R3 Z a?y, A* 4' k4 ir.r'.4'
it haw been a prosperous year for ) rr 1
sheep fairly good for dairy- i "
growers { "** K* 1
:
*
e" f i &< &tit v fC .wjs
men, less satisfactory for I
prolucfrsl '1
*# ife '
of hogs, and discouraging for growers 4 i SS + f-1(*, *f' $ *#T*& R v t 1
cf range entile Cattle feeden, > 4 < < 14
Sr"i fet' i M
however, have done very well on the -. ?* Mt &m ?
r ?
:!
whole. t.' *, rf /, a.
There are di..rour8It'inv; cnnditionxfctill I ) ; f
to 1.e l o\ercomc. There Is the I t
burden of debt There are heavy I II
taxes to be met The cost of pro-fuc-I:
,lion and of what the farmers l buy remains -
high Farmers in the spring I I r 1
wheat territory especially are in sore i
PtraiU from conditions largely beyond -

"Experieme their\ control gained during these Free IHIOln

years of depression! however geth- ( ) E

er with a hopeful progress attitude already for made the, coming warrant -- ] ay

; year gradually; crop acreage m
being adjuIII,f't!. The domestic n.ark- ,
(.t continues strong. The children
keep coming, and that means a steadily '
increasing number rf mouths' to .
l I.e fed. These who stay b\ the farm

and better<< do times farming as can a reward look forward for I heir to t MiaIDl1li

whose years of businesses toil' and depend hardship.largely Those upon I JrnPJ] ((p))

farm purchases can find derided
encouragement in the growing gross'
income of the farmer for he will buy
MS his income expands. and the tropical verdure which abounds in the
"The year 1924 comes with the
promise of continued improvement in F Miami zone. "
the material l prosperity of the farmer :
and the farmer continues to be the
material and" spiritual batkbore of What a trip to start the New Year right! A'. ..
the Nation. '
few days vacation our guest, and".atthe'endi4, '
NOTHING WILL'' BEAT THE ..,:'/: f .If I
TRIAL :t. of the journey a tour through' Coral Gabla:
. PECAN; GIVE IT A
;' '
- ""' ; memorable event that Floridan visitor in ;
Nothing will give greater return! no : or :
for the investment than the pecan, '! Florida can afford to miss. ;
nor require as little attention when
planted around the house yard or I at

trees barn. Therefore where they, why will not receive plant plentyof a few Your opportunity is here today. Go to the local

plant food from the waste of the office or the office nearest your home and make
barn lots and chicken houses! It
Pecan trees cannot be planted in reservations now. Space on the bus will undoubtedly -

right orchard or ten arrangement years, and, forgotten then returnedto for I be reserved quickly, for only-22 pas-

for bountiful crops of nuts each sengers can be carried comfortably. Join this
year thereafter. A pecan orchard requires -
as careful cultivation fertilization MtJ"n happy sightseeing group from your own city.
.spraying, etc., as any fruit or
nut crop. Here is the easiest way for you to carry out

Select a well-drained sandy loam your New Year resolution resolution that
foil, underlaid with a good porous
clay subsoil, for the pecan, if possible : l will bring: you joys untold, W IJumd! happiness.
is the advice of (,. 11. Blackmon, ---- -- -
pecan culturist of the Florida Experiment on Monday morning at 8 o'clock. Your
Station. The pecan, however,
will thrive on a variety of soil, andis Saturday night 6 o'clock. Get in touch with
sometimes! seen in a thrifty, pro- .
ductive condition on soils not generally -
considered adapted to it. Soil I
that has standing water rock: or a
hard pan near the surface should not Park Hotel, Kissimmee
be let to pecans.
p This nut, as with other fruits and '
4. nuts. does not come true to seed; it '
must be budded\ or grafted; to get the
kind desired. Therefore, secure tree A iI'
from tH nearest reliable nursery, and I'
do not try to get the largest nut they
have Look around and invest! 'gate !
the varieties that ate succeeding in
the given locality under consideration r

cordingly.Set, and. make your selections ac-

the trees carefully with the
roots in their natural position using .r
'
only the top soil, making firm with :
the feet, and thoroughly saturating k .&!irirh' j

the Plant soil the around trees\ the at leasyJO roots with feet water.apart. ?

Cultivate 'clean during March Ap
ril and part of May; then plant velvet Owner and Developer.
beans and turn under the last of ,
September. put the soil in condition General Sales Agents
and plant oats to be plowed under ,
about March 1. Repeat this system .
every ;year. In spring and fall plow /
Miitil sdi :
just deep enough to hide the material fat Ft.r1u.St.., > y
being turned under.

manure.Give the pecan plenty of barnyard. i Ortafr,_ tnl.pn4 Sf. ,4 krt L.ailor2., I :',

Biestls i ... '.; )

,.\ regular Girl Scout courses leader at" about are W trained inalrition I in- : & city, Bosh .Clmltt tral lafa. : _..i'I I .' ;

, for _higher education in -27
states. More than half.of these courses
,. are'given by ipstructorsunder the : I;, S i iu

nperrisioir of the,.educational,,depart \ \ .5 '
ment of ,the Girl scouta! (Inc), and .. :\
. .
I S .
the .. .'.. ..
. iutrof.thll:, regular faculty itraep-4 I : ff ,
ben .* ,representatives r of',local , .' ... ' _. -. ... s k*
r1) i y.4 : ; 'i'.t.'>,14"'Uti n., .t ,5' -.N -Ir':
; .
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!. Girl Scout, troops."'"Inth", ,eo r.esofT; i.J: } : . .. ;. r d; -
1' fared ,/th. GirlSconUthe.claasea :. li.& .- -
are conducted'aa.-faivaay: possible* 4n rr -
.- theferja, ,of scout-troop meeting,:' "*', ,
4 ) i r,
f I r ?

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KISSIMMEfi VALLEY C ZETTE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1>24 \\'
FOUR _ _ _ _ _ _
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-ed' contract expires February first. have also captured the Southern tune FORD PRODUCED NEARLY t

K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE If this information I Ii' correct:, they and now both belong to us." From FIFTY, PERCENT .OF192S

believe It is squarely up to the State that day to this' 'Dixie has. been a I [[AGRICULfURAL POINTERS] CAR CROP ?

BUBLI8HED BYVALLEY general favorite. .-:.... 'lqgjiE
Road Department to see to it that percentof
JD KJSSJMMEH: GAZETTE! Approximately. forty-nine
'contractor does do the work. J...K. aUN'N. COUNTY AGENT.
EVERT FRIDAY some the cars and truck pro-
r passenger
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. The communities on both en'ds: of this 1 j Pertaining: To Churches | duced in the United States during the
. -. Did you cut out the article in lastwet'kfs Fords.
-_- road are trying to get action. first ten months of 1923 were dvett/yi
W B. HARRIS -_..?;._._Pft.lde-nt 4' directions for
K. o. VANS AGNEW.......Secretary --- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH paper giving This is shown by a comparison of

ALLISON T. FRENCH..Edltor.V."CRIPTION THE ST. CLOUD ROAD disinfection of seedT" If you haven't. the automobile production figures

BATE Rev. W. O. Hombaker: B. D., pastor hunt it up and. save it in order to be given out by the U. S. Department

One Copy. One Tear..__._........ft.00On (Plant City Courier) let seed of Commerce and those of the Ford I
copy. 81s Month-......,k... 1.00 Why is not the highway leading 10:00 a. m.-Bible SchooL C. E. sure of the time to the remain Motor Company here. : FOR SALE

ODe Co,,. Thr. Month-__.*..- ..60Rnter front Kissimmee to Melbourne finished Yowell superintendent. School grad in the solution. Don't plant any The department's figures on .cart .

( .d *t the poatofrice at KUdm- and opened to the public? ed. Tourists who are members of the seed this spring until they have been", and trucks the latter including fire FOR SLIee box. kitchen table

_-. Florida. a. eecond-claae matter.) This question is of interest to thousands Christian church especially invited., : thoroughly< treated. apparatus and street sweepers showsa iroc
All communication except from au- of people on both sides of the 11 :00 .. Communion and mornIng I Spray your peppers at once with total of 3,396,638: for the first' ten ncr. Matthews.Church .trec-t 21 Urury. avenue cor X

tborlaed correspondent* mult b* .aim state because, It the connecting link, ,. worship. Sermon by the minis- bordeaux mixture as leaf spot is months. --. ,

ed by the writer. not over 12 miles were completed ter. Subject : Studies Into The- Life showing up in fields all over the Ford production! figures for the FOR SALK-Threo hundred Valencia,
Rejected matter will b* returned If I
of Two Communities. und pineapple orniiKH and UaneytHJiirerlneii.
I: travelers from coast to coast would which include those
called for. county. _and in all probability will same period as Fine )arlliiK buda. HUutia .
have a short and easy journey. Os- 6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. | show up in yours unless steps are of other companies!, cars and trucks 17 Mitchell .trv. t. 4'Itx

I fl ForetBfl Advertlelna; Representative: I ceola county has done her part. Thereis 7:30 P. m.-Sermon by the minis !I taken to prevent it. made here for assembly in foreign. I .

I THE AMERICAN PR3AOCIATIJ a good nine foot road leading from ter. Subject : "Why Doesn't Andrew I Be sure to prune your grove thor- countries totah 1639374. This toXal Full SAUB-Pure Kn-cl Khode Island
lIed for .
hntrhhiH Throe
enn: dl
Kissimmee to the county line or very Bring Peter' ? |oughly before the spring growth however, docs not include the tliKt Kiinli. ".. n.1I1I( fur Itrtevn.. Mr.-

FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1924ITS close to it, out beyond Deer Pnrk.Hrevajxl Special music by Ladies' Quartette starts as it is on the dead wood that production of the plant at ;Manchester H. W Iluice'K iaainiills-t. 4-lto
I I. has road buIlt Chorus singing led) by orchestra. -- --------
a good
too which
- England manufactures
_ I diseases! are carried overfrom one ,
I l six miles,!! west of .Melbourne. Uut 7:30 p. Wednesday. Bible] study all of which I l-'t sit H.\ 1..J--'h..I.R..K..r: Dulck SixHutntiivl
another. its and
UP TO US I and followed I I: year to This applies especially practically parts >ll.'. nuitlel l-)4&. KOUlI condition I-
there u a stielch of eight miles in prayer by choir rehearsal to melinosehich is the main pioduced 27iO( (> cars and trucks dur- | You run l hll)' thin little car

Were you one of the many people Bievarc] without an auto road of any I j I cause of so much russet fruit showingup nig the I first ton months! nor does it i iinclude rllf'ltp. tnlCf* aisle III"I ... llHllllltf tTlpH.iiml .
kind.! j :H.-iO: p. m.-Firdar. Missionary lour I lie a hole ntiil Mt u InllH-,
who down to the waterfront 01 at packing, time cacti year. Fly the ten-month output of 69.-1 ..
went %V tIm .
rnilroi l Society meets with Mrs. S. B. Ault- mum in rout Own.IHojc: UK.KlKMliiinit
This is covered old]
by an pruning' and after 4.rU cnrs and trucks by the Ford Mo- | .
now spraying just Kluilila
r 4-lto
::1' New Year's Day ? If you were, didni built war ago to haul timber out '01'". L<'lIderIrs.: : A. W. Winn. the fruit, sets is the way to keep down I tor Company of CanlHla. Ltd. I' ____

i you feel more like starling out on the lof the jiwamps along] the St. Johns I 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir rehearsal the number of russets in fruit. A comparison of thetruck Kent riAI-K. .'lIrnl.htu"rurnl"h' -
your
rt ahead ? river. It has been preserved, and no ", All members present please. 1 produc'l <-d iI, -J.'i, I1IIK"I'' .U' With llMtll
the:
grind of j
daily i Is tion
year I Visitors invited all I Now the time to begin getting II j figures shows! that 02 ciTiitr, lot ;;li X 11011. gitritetititti. launch
service"
There was that something in their equipment, consisting of an ..nJdne' to your exhibits ie/ ily for the fair were Ford The total number of >' M'trittct amm, law.n. loites and

on the first day of 1924 for whbh I and three or four antique flat cars I FIRST IIAIT1ST------ ChURCH which is to be held in St. Cloud IflO23rd trucks turned out durinir the ten I Hlirut... >l>. r.>-. /ersp.'fruit HMC) uraiitfttlr
*
is used to haul automobiles eight 1Rev. I M. flictrUitl flxtuic'K lIra. J.
I CA
| :! to the 2ih(;, of this month. months from
Florida is famous. Some people] call miles the Johns and ---- Let I January 1 to November I'UKh.) fcJ4 Main .trcvt 4-tfo
across St. river Walter B. Knight Pastor I the county agent or some' member of I 1 .vas :)20,28S) with Ford - -- - -
it "climate and some call it "weath the bordering swamp lands. --- -- Folt 4AI.KV: Imvf
the < Kliilmmee
I exhibit committee know at the t truck production for the same time near ,
er." Anyway. it was superb. The This "portage" train makes! five !):-45' n. m.-Sunday School. Car 'earliest possible date just what totaling 200i nl li. I a. fine. piano. jtltithtly. .us,*tl Mild part-
round It from you i t I'tciti' I M winch. .t will) veil t.>
trips Farmer
day. son
thermometer said that C9; dcjrr.'es I a can carry superintendent. Growing I lean put in. The names of the memI party wlllltiK to ,-.mi.l.te renialnIIIK
I 10 to 13 cars.! Its rates are $2.00 for clashes for ala\ lI. I hers of the COBURN .. -
was the lowest temperature, acquired exhibit committee will be :MINSTIIELS AT monthly' I".nl. H n l name
I I Fords and $2.!>0 for any thinbigger.. 11 :00 a. m.-Sermon by pastor: 'found elsewhere ahU. MO4irt ..tt fur tinl Information.
in
\ this il
while the warmest part of the day I, When the writer went over this roaj! "Junk Heaps, and Resolutions." I Get
we enjoyed 85. That was the day tht at 1 p. m. last Saturday five cars 6:30: p. m.-Senor B. Y. P. U. I I expect your land to plant prepared a spring at once crop.ifyou I Coming out on the most disagreeable AtlHnlA. tin __ 43toI1VUOAIN
1
cold snap was predicted. The cod were carried on the east-bound trip. 7:80:: p. m.-Popular Evening: Evangelistic .. The vegetable matter should be turned night of the season to greet :< LIsT KHKK-40 acre*. new

nap came__elsewhere-but it didn't |I That was 1250. Seven cars came Service. Sjbject: : "Sin on Dej j i|i under in time for it to decay before .. Coburn's minstrels at ,the 1 Duvul i in.".. i u t n ,lulu ii. Imrii. poultry
hcciHr,
i I from the past side. When the one tective duty" or "hle Sure Your Sins I Imp.I'ni.-nts.: i.a1 noil 12
to Florida. For the last'! the isplanted.. This will theater a large audience ;
come weecthe : ''o'clock crop noon forgot a. rca militated liHlanoround tim-
IP/ lowest temperatures recordedwere train reached the cast side Will Find You Out. I keep the soil! from drying out so much the drizzling. rain and cold wind out- I,I ber. :S b.. ... rt ilK, IMTNII tierS, fenced.
fourteen
cars were waiting, and others 7:30: I .
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p. Wednesday. Prayer in case! of side and themselves near c-tt ) flZcio llumi'e n ar big
50. on Friday morning, and 51 were in sight on the road. Sup- meeting. a dry spring. I gave over to en- j I health springs <>n b"IIIIIHulII.. John.
I Now while the strawberry industry joying the music and merriment offered mv.r: IKVU up, Nri
    K. Ore..
    however that a fair cf "You will/ like this church. n
    pose -
    on Sunday morningTuesday's average A welcome
    I '
    i is
    low-I Cove .
    being established in our county is by Coburn's entertainers now SprliiKd.t Florida XPOM
    $15.0 a trip each way be n'sumc'l. as cordial as sunshine awaits :
    est was 59, and all the other days the time for us to show the public on their twenty-fifth annual tour. J.
    That is $150 a day or $54,750 a you. KA1.K- Five Ki-firln v%hltv.
    I yea Lshorn -
    minimum has teen in the sixties. The that "Osceola A. Coburn the
    I for a train which runs only eight County" on a freezer originator and director c'uckrrdii f rum! Imp n..t.." p.-n.

    t last seven days hav brought; max, miles; n day.i }burn wood and eniDlov-. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH of berries means quality. Watch the of the show, is traveling right 1-66 tu 1100< rae rrroul Mr. .... W
    I quality of berries that into along with the boys this! notwithstanding Kuricun, 11 Adcrholcl lri-i-t J4trKOH
    imum temperatures in the tig-Mies. just tl1I"eenu.n to run it. go every season ----- -
    -
    r 4t There was activity on the waterfront I' Whether this little gold mine is the Rev. Albert Nsi, M. A., Rector cup and get the pack properly made.A I his "close shave" re lOA I.1<: -Klorlitii. Marvel Htarkberry -

    J explanation of the failure completethe little! extra time and care now will ceivecl some months ago when an automobile I plaulM, NUIiola. & Minllh. Auburn-
    ; i on New Year's Pay. Here and I I highway we do not know.to Butrai's 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School. mean dollars to us later on. I et's ] and railroad train coml! in..I'' dale Kl.TlfU 1tlJCKCilt

    p1 there a canoe set out for the day. or it ; ] I 1:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer and make them all a fancy pack both in to put him on crutches for a A bile. --$Al.s--s.Ili4--
    an interesting :
    for several days. Gas boats move*] I which people) living outside question of Hre- e mon by the rector." Subject: "The quality and appearance. I Ile'x all rii'ht now and walks almost r.a. <'l\ II > ou hatint NVw aprlnic rrrelvid catalog --

    serenely out on the breast of Like I yard! county, as well as in it, vvouM Star 7-UO: of the East.. Now is the time to get your seed HH. fast and snappy ui ever-and the',' (''*1'1 .netiil fiaitie Hud ittlilr<.e. toelay -
    I : p. m -Kvening Prayer and'ernion bed for show 18 fiT ItilK well IHiiHlfatrd nnil InMiurtlv
    tomatoes -
    like! to have answered. The- whole ready and planted. going ( \fn faster than ever .
    Tohopekalifra.; Here and there a rowboat bv th. I plantlnir fful'1 for
    1924.
    state would lie benc-fited liy the .' ---- rvrtnT- - .-. .C.K.f' J Fix the bed in such H _ituinnnr_ that_____ _it_ I Ium before. Often iteems as! tbmn-h i Will lie ilellKhlrit I.. ..,.nl
    | opel.ing "From n copy
    filled with filling the North .
    was seen mostly and From the be there .
    can covered in was nothing to KIIKur. H eU t. ,
    : of this roast to coa"t road Untilit West" case a cold spell new put into a i i riant" tity. ViaVisit
    tackle and fishermen and i fishe'-' iMah 4912.: show .
    comes and thus have and then along idea 2-U"
    is opened, the traveling! public i is 7:30 your plants comes an -- ---.
    : I - -
    women. Picnic parlies were eating p. rn.-'Wednesday. Litany ready to go into the field and a new fancy and the - -
    stung for over $50,000 a year, and and address. a-i soon as minstrel KM.h c-ht-mi. .lo "er'.. hOle
    luncheon on the pier. I trip made exceedingly dangerous and! danger of front is over. It requires producers/ no I less than others in the proof f, ,,If"1. r. umlvl. cultivation &

    I ( about a half of amusement I In paelur*. f\\ ,. ruorrnil ,...
    Did you stop to compare the scene |I disagreeable. FIRST METHODIST CHt'RfH I pound peed' to plant I' game. grab them up and cutt.
    1ia.tr !
    with that of A I -- nn acre of tomatoes. Plant your seed the public is pleased with the change. :Ihoues.; i : .< all fp ,,,0.1.1.:: juftt Kttrag outHlde. poul of

    a year agor year agoys MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB Rev. John F. Phillips D.I I n. thin in the bed. Plants crowded in the The i'oliurn show this. season has cll)' lliiiltM, wit h fruits. linnanita.

    we had fine weather also. God Almighty -- I bed always make ", slender tall week been newly net and the first part i is! a I r"111.). tii*...H rhlikffia itHrdit .....1.;

    I gave us that. Dut a year ufo < M>' \V. T ('".li. In TerrHi'raid) 11:00: a. Communion service plants that never amount to much I gorgeous scent in Jazz l and with the : minii lleni houm(itll rmld Ad. lr furniture.ia I I'r J and H other

    tT the waterfront presented a different When I was a school boy a Special music.! Your county agent, went over the i'biillad' singers in white satin and pur- I'lnrclnli. K Iairine... Kla Jump.9XtcF
    very 7:30:: p. m.-Preaching the fair building in 'pli tuxedoes and --
    St. the
    --
    by Cloud --
    "- commtxiiunn - --
    paitor. Tuesday -
    ,l appearance. Now it is an attractive common Friday afternoon recitation in -- ---
    place and becoming more so was "Mary Had a Little Lamb." I Subject" : "The Message of the afternoon and tan report that all we ', blue and starlet "full dress." The 'l( $AI..": l'It.aii.l., ) I.IMI.I.) amooth
    every did not then Church. need is the exhibits to put in the I company has several new singers and I c'ayiini* % Nit 101). l in < i ntM apiece.

    day.. God Almighty left that up to mo from whence know came nor did the any ne tell or 7 ::30: p. nl.-Wednesday. Mid-week hupldin !- to make this a great fair as 'fun-makers and the first nart goe --Shaker- - --< -<->$luii-> M--flnuil- Fin l4trFOIt I .
    story -
    us.All occurrence which ride to the prayer service. Beginning! a se-isi! 'the> surroundings for the exhibits are I with a rush and gets applause and KAI.K .4 ...lng 00cm CC concern. !

    ) of which is by way of remarking verses. As I have gave of talks on "The Christian Life." going to be almost ideal when the laughter an. desired. ";d. t'liffotd is \ try )l.rlrk. rornrr, l.uikllnK..: with IX
    t recently seen an Subject: "The Start in the building is I in ,the1 middle room hotel I I.. oporatlnti store nn
    Christi. of
    properly -
    that we are getting out of the : account in St>arson & Martin's Fourth Life." decorated which ai you.-and keeps I fnaln rtntir, dot lnK, .0..1 hualneai*. lot
    frame of mind where we have been I Reader of how the verses originated is.assured uf by the decorating com things! moving at n lively pace. There I 75. h>- INO. mn Hell at a l bargain
    .L,.p I am going to the mittee. I art a dozen or more musical num. I KKSTAFHANT <|..lnir. ........ I..I......
    \. continually raving about our natural"advantages : I give story in brief SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Let us know what I l I.ers in the first flrat rlaivH In is ..rl"'artl-"i"-r; .- heat
    will have and
    to the readers of the Herald. feeling you to part enough I: loratlon In tumn, K.. J
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    Mi-1'hntter.
    t and are taking advantage cure that some of them will be interested Rev. S. I. Smith Pastor exhibit at the fair. We want to fill i,' "jollying" to give the excellent or'rhestra Kl.amifnr' 47-tfr

    I t f of those advantages.- waterfront just as I was.! that new building at St. Cloud to overflowing a breathing space. In the list -

    on New Year's Day was an I ijj_ It seems that very early in the* 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. R. A. and put some on the outside : is was found that Chester Hoffman. KOH Apply KAI.at B-the Pine nfncn rvaTrtenre of property.,

    Nineteenth Bowen. superintendent. in tents. It can be done. Let's a new tenor, was a lug favorite. his (O.&Ptl. .. .. The Valley
    1' tpiration; it should be an incentive. Century there lived on a I i Kli lniin ... J..,
    T; XXX farm near Sterling Mass chu etts, a I I :00 a. m.-Morning service.; Sei- doit. I I frnij "When I Think of You" was --- --- --

    family by the name Of Sawyer. In mon by the pastor. The car load shipments that have I I! really enjoyed. "Ten Thousand Years Foil 8AUK-Haiiana plant lady tinier:

    THE OCEAN-TO-GULF HIGHWAY the family was a little girl named 0:30: p. m.-B. Y. P. U. been going out of Kiiisimmee this from Now," was another pretty | variety. IS CentS ...a..hV.. II llarria.'SECOND .

    _IwJ Mary to whom the father one day I' 7:30 p. m.-No services. fall have meant a saving of from j I, ballad with fine harmony in the HAND OOODS. ousht.. eoiii

    Elsewhere there is printed in this) ,gave one of the weakest little lambsin 7:30:: p. Wednesday. Prayer I fifty to sixty cents on every crate j chorua. It was sung with effect by >I and repalivd. The Caalno. ".tf

    {issue an editorial from the Plant City his flock. Very tenderly .did Mary meetinr.'PRESBYTERIAN. '. that went into a car.. This amount- -lit I Ben McAtee Another hit was "Out ,I'I'Th..re FOR SALE. For Item.

    Courier relative to the care for the lamb until it grew the difference between carl l load I in; the Sun? ..hln....v.> wi>* fc v..... .. I Itoome and No Tr..I.... Furnished Cards IV

    Gulf Ocean-To- strong and became quite a pet. One CHURCH freight rates and express. shipments. ; sung by Jos. JMcAuIon.Ed.! ,i'clid: : conic each at Th. 0...... 01111'''.

    bourne.highway.Some Kissimmee to Mel day the lamb started following Mary Rev. W. H. Drsch7 D. D., Pastrr! i Using my pencil a little I find that .! sang1 well ai always and had fine I E'OItSALE4.tn.: lot. No, 7. In Doawell,
    questions raised our cars have support 'In the
    are to school and a mischievous brother averaged 372 packages chorus. Carl Minch's addition, located on wood pavnf
    I. therein. Those have urged that it be 9-4S: which makes a of { singing of Mandnlay "Ir..... If Ini'..rrnted J.I.) .
    ; questions been allowed to go. The n m.-Sunday School. Prof saving $1 lR6 dol was one of the II **** write f
    t. : frequently heard in this neighbor- mischievous boy wrapped the lamb D. B. Shaver superintendent. I lars. on every car that went out, fo"irna I hits of the (evening and the doublequartet I Frlti, owner llartlilt. Knn...

    hood of late. Several people have in a coat and put it under :Mary'sseat I 11 ::00 a. m.-Morning Wor II <': -e c-hatgc' alone, not counting 1 in. excellent rnd was always! 6.61.
    and when she I Subject "Life's the added advantages! of appieciated. The : .
    made effort to learn the was called to recite : Last Thirty hiP'1 i being able comedy stuff- FOR RENT
    ,7;i answer. the lamb followed her right up utes." to ship in car lilts. I Gene McfJuire, Hank White Charles __ _ __ __ _

    r The Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce to the teacher's dek.' A :Mr. John 3:00: : p. m.-Junior Christian En-i\ Plant, all the acreage you can pcs- 'I \1" mont, Nate :Mulroy and... her.. I,Fill! UrNT( :: "' p...,.fli IMIIIIO ,,'I mo -

    sent a committee out over ttiu Roul.stone! who was vilit.nK the deavor. I, fibly get in this spring and let's move takmir part in (the sinking and (,anc- .In. .. on, hrkk Nil 01 I "r" III) n nt

    _ _ I road a few weeks ago. That committee school saw the funny side of what (6:'{{O p. m.-Senior! Christian En- I J at least. one car every Jay of the jag stunts, got the regular minstrel !' T l Vln<"ri'iuri.tre't RfI l MI* ntM !." K I fow

    returned convinced that them had happened and dashed off the first deuvor. i' shipping season I goeis in a gooj/ humor and were repponsible - -- -- ---- XFCiH

    t was little of three verses of "Mary Had a Little 7:30: p. m.-Evenimr" Service Sermon -I' Every strawberry patch should .be for the tidal waves of ,liEVT: -T-wo "n.r.rtahly fur-
    hope the road ,
    beinir Uamb." There bv the planted in tomatoes this laughter that rich d 2- rr-.n i upnrtminlH.
    with
    are now six verges and pastor. Subiect"A: (5od- spring. Putting swept around the theater pri
    completed for several months. It oli,1 l tIe: labt ,! the vate bath' anti modern tflVCfliCnCcn'
    < three were probably/ written mppirecl Will. :: plants in every other row during their antics, vocal and \\ r: Murrlfi. Ometle

    believe that the filling. from the the bv a :Mrs. Sarah Joseph for the completed I I 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer I will not interfere with berry picking physical.' --- --- -- --- -- -ofll.--- ---J-tf- -

    _ / completed fill to the St. Johns! bridge, paper was first published by and Bible service. I, at all. I After the usual intermission and WANTED.
    ,
    ] _
    would her in 1829 in a book of children's I 7:30: p. I' overture bv the orchestra ]
    1 continue rapidly. Since thnt I m.-Friday. Choir prac- HOW a laughing/ ---- ----
    I'PPKR -
    verses. tice. Alit OBSERVATIONS1' skit entitled Annabell's % ANTK1 t ._ I ta.. -
    '
    Birthday waldrolii.I
    time the report has been frequentlymade The fleece of Visitors I All WEATHER FORECASTING offered plantation ..... .was_ rorrr Ij. AfipU! III.
    the famous lamb was! will find a cordial welcome i iI .. "-*.'n"....., wii.ii u I. .u'' kiunit AilerhoM Kin
    that the contractors! have done used later to make to of Afro-Americnn p-i'iuy - - - -- -- -
    stockings for a home-like church. humor ', - ----
    Mary I The observations and agi'ity' \NT.ITo
    nothing since the visit of the commute Sawyer. Years later these stockings : high levels made twice the winds at 'I well assorted.! The Tourists "featured : 'Inllk. Smiltiiry buy IHTKC l 1'"lIy.,, quantity Alt Main of

    *. were unraveled and bits of the CHRIST'S CHURCH I number a day at a as a sketch for the ln-el..
    hlmre yarn of weather bureau stations harmony club, I I 2tfoVVANTICI
    -
    well ---
    Last week members of the Saint. placed on small cards Bearing both serve the | pleased especially for its. real .. -- - - --
    I'---A
    I Mary's signature. ( Pentecostal) needs i of aviators and ,i musical i I f w ''"''N' men for tal l"
    >
    Cloud Chamber of Commerce went sold to help raise funds These to cards repair were the Brack Street at Oak ;, also supplement the observations at ,'I i tasy. concluding merit and the bill King left Tut fan- I! board.: !.____:32. Church ...11..1 I l-4t-x
    the
    ,
    the '
    over the road. earth's surface on which audience \\
    They seem convinced famous Old I weather ANTJo'n.
    South Church of Boston! W. Milar S. S. |forecasts based. I warm enough from laughter ." or wonljin -
    that the difficulty lies in the inability which had been partly ruined by Brit Superintendent The are : to get home without i i idxi in In enh i iinini' unit I II' I In t H""lhl'1..r.-

    ,z' of the contractors ish soldiers during the Revolution.Few 10:00: a. | Atlantic coast storm of Octo- 'weather. The noticing the Tl... TII tfikf,.. nillmcrlfitlnfia. orders for
    to make th; m.-Sunday School. ber 23-24 instead of last sketch in two I I "" Imllj TliniM. 1.110..1 l
    I. fill any faster than 11 -00 a. m.-Sermon by usual following the scenes. The Valley of the ro .i MiliiNli.ii, nil ,.r spare. time Ail-
    they .
    are doing; pastor. I track of such | Kings and dr ... I'll

    -N on account of the nature of the material famous people Southern know the origin of the Praise 7:30 -p. m.-InsDiratinnal, _n____. <:.;.ftn.K.....I'i._' long the roust storms north northeastward .. rot.- I II the some Tomb rther of King Tut. There were I I 'I Inn ,.. i Til iilxlliiM in |i... liept I'loildu. Tiiflmii. I-4II 11sfI lIt l-
    Pixier and ---- -
    song Mere Testimony. I Cape Hatteras stunts, a..rnhAtl.. ., ____ --
    of which the fill is being mad.. is one story of hour 8:00 followed a most ex- tic -"" .v fuiiiun* Iitti: "
    it came to be. : p. rru. -Sermon by pastor. I Iceptional I operatic and Africanescjue and 1 A 'A.... II44 !loA J.I.A"T'
    and the clogging of machinery witn, The following account of its 2:30 p. C'oursfrom the vicinity of I all had been TIO'Olj I TOWYS.
    origin m.-Tuesdays : Women's BIble Cape Hatlera '''to planned for diversion t4)Jt liirif"
    SMK
    ,
    - roots. The esteemed editor of th* was given in 1896( by Mr. Edward Bok study. IKStor in charge. The i rain eastern Lake Erie. 'I| and must he cAlled successful if the J"I" Ji'hkr'tO' : f..et.Mollri South MoYk of five
    area
    K '
    of the Ladies' attending this iaslmim.e.
    S Melbourne Times recently wrote that Daniel Home Journal]: 7:30 p. m.-.--Tuesday: Bible Study. extended far to the storm judgment is from the way thing I "C.. it I lw illtih i mostly rich black\
    west ,
    Decatur Emmett the Sermon by and the were received. Hnil. HU! table for .
    author pastor. I bHimrnt .
    it Summarized ult
    his i
    honest northwest ui (
    was opinion that [ of the : a KI"ht
    phys1-! of Dixie waR in 1859 7:30 region in which audience that bi"'l" M ri Inrh fall I.. tilt< h HuH
    a member p. m.-Thursday: rainfall I had .
    cal difficulties were responsible for, of Bryant's Minstrels which Prayer service. Weekly I ordinarily occurs in connection -I shows "before probably seen i your hni. and grow > our fruit I'rli
    reanoriali.A l
    were with gave it their i i)
    endorse-I ppfyfly
    coast
    I dazttt
    the delay. The then storms. tfVAN
    people of Melbourtiu holding forth in New York city. Communion service first I ment-freely, enthusiastically. _
    Sunday Forecasters of '
    are as anxious to the Being asked one Saturday each month. I' the weather bureau Jacksonville \ : 1 Kl7,20V Haiftapcople
    see road completed night to Foreign/ Missionary of- 'of the United States Journal. M o\1 1< //NO HIM MON I'Y now
    the I compose a "hooray" and bring it fering taken second department of --- -- '. clllnvr Wi.tkln -
    _ _ as are people of Saint the to Sunday each agriculture state that -- tliiiiuMv ftdrtln
    houHeholff
    rehearsal there ALABAMA! .
    Cloud and of Monday morning.;. Mr. month at evening service. was BERRY GROWERS product \'i )l'N.. '1'(111
    Kissimmee and > nothing on the Mrnnrli-
    as ar Emmett complied by Come Pray Believe. daily weather maps. FIND I- all >'\'..r 1 I' H and .
    the writing off the All welcome. as drawn THAT MULCHING Camilla. /t,.. .%
    : rest of the people of the state, words as we now have them. from the ordinary surface PAYS c'llANc'K, JUHT. N' .\\' for city Hal...
    .
    and the traveling public. The author himself observations to suggest that the !Strawberry dealeiM nun r worn. n. full or part
    says'! that he I The couple were storm growers at ('a (ffl. I In t lit illy I of
    married would
    Klealmrn ,
    take
    had and traveled this i.l
    ., The fact remains that the road if played the air nearly a year before to the lakes for their but that pilot-balloon unusual course Alabama are now busily tleberrY'1 I eluewhere, WrIte lodnv for a otic
    far from this while on a Southern As honeymoon. flights and the gathering pine straw ptotlial. mre :\', ,:INKT-M: :
    KINI >
    complete that the time for Prof. tour. soon as they arrived observed to be used in I'l..\V J : '
    Herman they took movements of j U Walking
    a the <; .
    Arnold mulching their 'ompn'.v
    the completion of the fill long since musician of an eminent boat out upon the lake. clouds! fcr a day or two upper nicking plants before the next i Dipt P''C. :.M.njph.i. "rcii.. 4-?:trI
    Memphis preceding -
    Reason. -
    The Most
    expired and that he Tennessee following morning the the storm; showed' of the straw is i .
    . bride's
    the contractors says remembers that at being
    hearing Emmett mother got a of two an altitude brought in truck IOAj *.. _. "-- I LOST
    have had additional time given then. play the air on hit violin in Montgomery "Arrived safely.postcard which read: |, or three miles the winds were land of the T. R Miller Mill '; ..
    Grand blowing from Compa
    The'fad remains that the traveling It is Alabama in January 1859. supper." row before from a a southerly instead of ny, which is giving it to the growers ONT! -. 27(On. 'two Hank steel of Shingle. cr..k.1..c. .
    westerly
    said that in a I quarter as they gratis. casting rods witty
    . public is paying spectacular "My! she usually Mclaaelbiirh'
    an per- reele
    enormous sumpel' formance in New muttered "I didn't do at these levels. Local attached to each.
    Orleans This Liberal
    abnormality -
    .. year as the Courier points the fall given i i.. think they'd be quarreling in the growers learned a valuable reword If returned or information -
    out. of 1860., eA< .)!. n.-* m.obilled L--- so soon" upper winds Justified lesson ]last in )leading to their
    --- -Exchange. year
    AU which r.au uwn the regard to mulch Phone recovery.
    or leads us to but i prediction on the 337. or address
    one eon- except national and morning ing. Those who did this : P. O. Box 184.
    J elation that : march for the song October 23 that fi-.. -*___ au. received an 4.1IK
    namely :
    we do not know grand chorus ----- 'W of
    this and for Shop Foreman: "You ain't. I[ move okurm wovllcJ !average 50 cfents'a crate m" -. --
    .the answer. a number of songs and them one of north-northwestward, as it did inelr berries than :
    marches blokes those MISCELLANEOUS
    _ had been wet: drops their tools and j and that the who did(not.
    tried but I : The
    The one bright ray of hope is that < g 'the people of Dixie was 'uggested 10u1"r Mountain Appalachian1 and the berries from discovery In remov
    sand
    Melbourne of Klssim- and and and ing
    tried and range into the mud. external .
    The cancer.
    nee, 'and of Saint Cloud realize the erybody. From that moment Just suited forward ev en Lily have White to wait"Not me. Why I oft- Ohio valley and lower lake region upper now will straw not though be being gathered never Intereated. falls. Would eonelder Harmless partle sat .
    five
    minutes placed or partner
    it in
    seriousness of the was "the" Southern after I fields the to open SanitarIUm -
    situation until ,,.
    and aromaking Song .and it put ma tools away before NOTICE or AXNOAI/ January. Writ.. Opportunity, Tltu.III. .
    the ELECTION -
    out whistle .
    rang ,
    on
    "
    a Another Florida.
    every effort for relief. many Southern goes. -The rood increase f
    They ground and campLag Sydney Bulletin. Th annual m .tJnf of the in yield U ,
    ,are; trying to find out Just why this President battlefield. holder of the Bank of Saint share Cloud. expected this year. Two hundred and

    , l -a| which! JIM. ieea.."ham-in Ire mirer of Dixie Lincoln and was after a Lee's great ad Dyer-I understand 'your wife sufI Saint directors Cloud.and FlorIda th... ,transaction for the Uetlon of a fifty greater cars number were shipped last spring merely Wanted' trimllllDn: clean cotton rags' .DO
    fers ef all than or trbln-but
    sur from -- oth. has
    for'sereral render car sickness r' .Ine.. ever been d-
    he I that ,
    yean, cannot be aIihet.id requested that the band i ; b'sfoj. may properly com sent to northern cent nil' tel 'uae forwasblait
    the
    They.-haT.. .' Jb en'U14! :Uwi the extendI play it, remarking; pleasantly: "We I think R.er-Ye.we it makes her ill to director's room electing of said will bank be held In the. lot shipmentf hat.markets.shown The .'car and 'pl'MMIi and "pilia' bsp.rlngii5 roller,
    hare cant on Tn a
    % .:....... .:....;: 1-6 ,..=.,, H( .# captured the Southern army,-we ai oar neighbors.afford.-Ex.M good a car M Cay. January 5th. 1114 O..,It.at,BLKBCH.a o'clock s P.-- crease numberOf turing ths vast- few steady years. the in. Gant&BAw 'tIft. KiasiMmee along to the 'oftes.... of Th..\.

    '-It 1022 '
    I .a. beng 14.tb
    ?
    222 for :
    CashUr | 1821, .
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    \ iKISSIMMEE .'
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    These Are Only A ,fe":J Poultry ':Farm, edge of city limits; 3

    Notice to the Good Citizens acres; electric lights; 300. foot well; 6- '1// t

    Five Room ,Bungalow, ,Bleeping; Porch, 'roomed house, lath and plastered.


    modern., On the Dixie Highway in and Strangers of Garage. This is also a, truck farm. F

    . : '$1800.00, $500.00 down, terms to suit.

    !a fine section of the City; .completely
    furnished. $2100.00. Terms. Kissimmee Sixteen acres, seven acres cleared ; on'

    ;.. J ? brick road. $2,000.00. 300.00 down,

    Bungalow hot and cold water all fur 6"'years
    nished; two, and a half blocks, from Rumors have it' that I have left the city, A truck'proposition only..


    brick, three blocks from Postoffica.! but, .1 desire, to announce that I am still in Ten acres, 3 miles out of town, six F,

    acres cleared; five roomed house, good

    Must sell. $1500.00. Terms: ,$300.00 business in Kissimmee in the same old way, barn, good water. $1,000.00.; Terms:


    down, balance to suit. and intend to stay here. Look the January $300.00 down, balance in three years, i

    6 centum.

    Five Room Bungalow, all modern ; 200 bargains over and watch for my car. per

    Nine acres bearing grove, mile and a

    feet from brick, $1600.00. half from brick in the best orange sec- .

    ... S R. CHAPMAN tion in the State. $6500.00. You will 1

    Any kind of business, any kind of have to see this to appreciate it.


    homes truck farms "THE OLD RELIABLE"
    property, city or
    Furnished bungalows and furnishedrooms

    '. citrus groves, Chapman can I locate you. REAL ESTATE DEALER for rent.

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    Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Castelberry, Have you decided what you will ..
    Miss and exhibit at the Fair! ,
    Margaret Castloberry, Everett County "
    Beautiful Yard Splendid 'Nei hborhood ;
    Garrell, of Mulberry, were
    guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Swain, Christmas joy was turned into N3w LET ME SHOW YOU
    Christmas. Year sorrow for little Evelyn and
    Earl Piano. The joy part of it came
    Have you decided what you will when C. H. Funk gave them a thor "AN IDEAL HOME"
    peal HappeningsShaves exhibit at the County Fair! oughbred Oorang Airdale puppy foe ,
    Christmas. This week the dis-
    puppy
    Mrs. Margaret Boyer arrived in appeared, and sorrow "reigns. 3 4 Block-3 Blocks from Business Section ;

    _._______ Kissimmee Sunday from Anamosa, THE PRICE WILLL SUIT YOU
    Iowa, to visit her sister Mrs. J. V. All new stock and styles. Prices
    ., ISc; haircuts, 35c; children!! i i....... .. ..3.. ..++ +.. Trego, whom she had not seen for very.reasonable, at the SHOE &
    25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf' I. several years.We MEN'S SHOP. Sam L. Lupfer .
    WEATHER REPORT
    Bob Grant made a business trip to call your attention to our Bargain Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson Makinson, Ideal
    Tampa yesterday. Official Bulletin of daily temperature O Counter. Canned fruits canned Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Cason Mr. an 1 Location 8-Rootn houseKEEP

    and precipitations furnished < meats, jellies, jams, cookies and Mrs. Thomas Addison of Loug-hmun,
    Have you decided what you will by the Kissimme Cooperative cakes.! Corner Grocery. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young returned -
    exhibit at the County Fair 4 U. S. Weather Bureau -- Wednesday from a week's- automobile -
    --- Fertilize Station, for the ""Pelfndin < Mr. anti Mrs. M. B. Britikerhotf, outing in the southern partof THIS IN MINDThat
    Wilson and Toomer's II. Stanford Thursday, January 3: who are living at the home of Mr the stale. They went to Naples i
    have a State reputation. C. W. H. Farmer for the winter, were and thence thirty miles east into the
    .1 saved is made and not
    I a penny a penny you can only save a pen
    Agent. Date Max. Mln. Prep. I visited this. week by their daughter! : Everglades, where the party shot a I
    Dwight Funk has gone to Saint Simons 4 Friday Dec 28_ ._so :,() .00 > and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. deer and two turkeys. Camping out I' ny but from ten to twenty-five of them on each sack of feed purchased from
    Island, Georgia, for a short visit 4 Saturday, Dec 29-,8'J eO! .00 Lowe, of Washington, D. C. every night, they returned via Marco, I j!
    with friends.G. Sunday Dec 80.___80 M; .00 .1 1 LaBelle, and Okeechobee City, reporting -I'j': the Cash Feed Co. located in the rear of Waters and Carson Grocery Co. +
    Special vale on Kingan and Swift'spremium the weather ideal and the trip I
    Monday, Dec 31..84 h0; .00
    Two of feed have arrived and I in sell muchas
    cars position to
    while am as
    hams, 26c pound I you
    A. Gilbert drove up from Dsde i 4 Tuesday Jan L..R'} M!> .00) per moat enjoyable.
    City Sunday and visited his brothers, 4 Wedn'day Jan 2__fli ti it .00 ">" they last. Bohannon's Ideal Grocer).* I you want and as little as you want.
    WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
    A. S. and J. R. Gilbert and families. O Thursday, Jan 381 '.><> .01
    Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woodall and
    I I still furnish Feed> your stock on the Old .Beck and Happy Feed family and flock
    Readings are made a: G:00: p. three children drove to Kissirnmeo am prepared to your ; ,
    Send The Gazette Booster Numberto .1 I customers with 120 blocks I I
    m. for the preceding twenty-four veneer
    yesterday! from Lakeland. Mrs.Woodall on the Red Comb Line, and watch the results.
    Northern friends and help hours. 15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch I
    and the children will remain I
    tise Kissimmee. adver-I ALLISON FRENCH.. for a visit with her mother Mrs. blocks, $2.95. Split for stove-wood, j CALL AND GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING /,
    O Co-operative! Observer. 4440440404d.04444 guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for !
    Griffin of Miami : Elizabeth Collier. Mr. Woodall returned -
    Lawrence ,
    3.35 12-inch for $3.15. Get Phone
    .e4 home afternoon. ; yourwinter's 12. CASH FEED CO.
    the Sunday before Christmas at yesterday '
    supply now. All delivered. I
    hemp of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs.. Roy Grave, who Phone 91. J. Bonin. 48-tf -- -
    th"j I Men and boys' clothing, hats, caps, I| ..
    W. Griffin. .
    ban been very seriously ill -ffr the< pants shirts, hose. etc. Prices! reasonable <0-
    -- -
    last two weeks, are rejoiced to learn I
    at the SHOE & MEN'SSHOP. !
    Prices roods the same
    on dry are
    COME
    . that she is on the rapid road to re *< CASINO one
    rU )last year, at McCAULEY'S DRY .
    covery. She was able to sit up ye? i
    *
    GOODS.; terday, and the doctor gives her I The Florida State College( fir To the Business University' Tamj a 1 I THEATRE Tues.Jan.8

    hopes! of walking by Monday.If Women students who have been:
    Mrs. Mattie) Belle Siever and daughter. __ I for an accurate business training. Night ,
    Ella Maude, of Dunedin. spent warrrlv welcomed in Ki Sunday in Kissimmee visiting their you want tQ buy. sell]) or rent j| in home or farm fee St"nfo-f. over j Most of the Gainesville I
    Wednesday.
    parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Woodall. i ,
    -- Bank of Osceola, Room No. 17; i;boys feet for the State University the : creates a greater demand for grad- "
    If want to buy. sell or rent. !
    you Mr. and Mrs-s7: Bog'iie returnedto same day.THe'Countv I uates than we ,,can, fill. Suitable
    home of farm, see Stanford, over .
    )
    Kissimmee Wednesday from uweek's Fair is 1 11'.t than three \ *-n>-' .
    '
    "
    : Bank of Osceola, Room No. 17. '
    : : boarding procured.jii/your.. comfort '
    holiday visit in Umatilla with !
    weeks oftYOUR exhibitshou1Plpone : . ,
    ; I
    ji"\)': 'if < wp\u'' !88fSaMvi:!: ;' % '
    Mrs. W. II. Swain returned Saturday their daughter Mrs.: K. E. Faulkner, of the rood things! .shown of O?-. and welfare- are paramount. II
    from Mulberry: Pierce and, ltrtMende. ; and fnmlly. The Faulkner boys were\! ceola county. Tell the County Agent I
    where she visited relatives homo from Stetson and en enjoya Jt\ what you will hnvo.Mrs. ,COME:
    and flien-la. a few da)'.. family reunion took place. | i,
    - ) : I. ,:\. Cloufrh and ,1'\l1Vhtp-, FI.OHlRifFlUFF) WAS I
    Booster Number of The C.azett; Mrs. J. A. Blarkwell, who owns J' 'Ii.s Elizabeth tire in Ki "im".(.- AFI'KR RIJM-RL'NNERS'
    wrapped and ready for mailing, 10 some 7000 acres in Osceola county.and from Tempt, visitin )Ir",. C. rents each. who has been living for the past Co'kev. nn-l other. friend. :Miss Elsie : Dr. F. W. Schn'tiit has returned I O rt
    year with her daughter, Mrs.I Sawyer. !I I\ Mcf'oskc-v) will accompanv ten: fi, iw a ts't, ; to Ki'simmee, F'nida' ,
    Mr. and Mr. J. A. Armstend of nt Fort Myers! has been visiting in. hark: to Tampa today for an extends/ i While visiting, Roy, the younc son
    Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.\ B. V. Kissimmee for a mcnth at the home (I i visit. of Dr. Schnau.os, had quite an interesting -
    Par of State boro, Georgia, were nf C.V.. Campbell. She was joined) experience with the sheriff of ..dj
    ,
    weekend guests of Mrs. G. F. a't week by her dTujrVite1Mr*. The County Fair is less than three Oscf-ola county. Roy is 16; and be-
    Brooks. yen, cf Darlington South Kir'l wfks "T YOIJW: exhibit .shoi'l.. l I ',,. u'nnne; to take mure of the gills,
    and the two ladies left one of the good things shown of O*. so after arrival he decided to doll( up,
    Wilson and Toomer's Fertilize! Ihis week for daughter's; \ i ceola county Tr II the (County Afrcitiwhat ; ,I take toe car and: sic how the- femi-
    have a State reputation. H. C. Stan that stcte. you will have. nine; ('(fcp'"r'en! of Ki simmc- c'm-
    ford. Agent. -- -- I paled with Valilosta'n, Cec.l's: or ,
    Eat at Dupont's Cafe. tf The. rrn'o't" office: ,. 10 harmed Mitel's! lienutief! , \
    Mrs. .Te-ssie Altar:! and Robert Big- -- with a fraternal cull on Monday/ from Now Sheriff Farmer is very efficientand
    elow. of Ocoee, were the gueits at Miss. .T!) Makinson was a Sanford Editor Frank Harris,, of the Ocala has trained his olfactory nerves.
    the home of Mr. and Mm. G. B. visitor Wednesday.Have Banner. Mr. Harris is. probably the to distinguish the scent of "Intoxi-

    Woodall, of this city, on Tuesday aft- you decided what you w.ll: oldest editor both in years and 1b cating beverages" from the stuff thai >
    ernoon. exhibit at the County Fnir? point of servic0, in Florida He was passes for water down there and that
    making a holiday trip through this only alligators will drink without it j ,
    B -I
    We call attention to our irgain
    your cannel I Wilson and Toorrwr's Fertilizers pection accompanied by Mrs. Harris, being aerate'd or deodorized, as it has <
    Canned fruits, ; '
    Counter. and I have a State reputation. II. C. Stan Harris Powers, and Frances Clark. the sulphurous odor of the lower regions -.|I
    __
    meats, ielie! jams, cookies I II 1
    : to it. When hove II
    ford. Agent.Miss ( clinging; Roy I i I
    cakes. Corner Grocery. The County Fair i is loss, than three: in sight, the sheriff saw an unfamiliar I i i I
    -- Carolyn Frinp and l Angu-' weeks off. YOUR exhibit should t her I face and failed to recognize! the :
    Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Potter, of Clementsport. Winn went to Orlando Wednesday to "" of t'," r and :11r': "" iliox1' n ">r Oseola ,f.I! ''enc! o, the hair i.onm.e; 'that' I
    r Nova Scotia, are visitin ArnoldS. nee "Little Old New York." county Tell the County Agent! h their
    Kisnimmee with son,
    in
    ---- i I .
    what will have. heir lie slic:? behind th"it i and
    Potter, night operator of the Send The Gazette Booster Number you ,- ears __--= _u WHITE AND THIRTY-FIVE: MINSTREL1NTERTAINERS
    halted he had
    Roy thinking caught
    Const Line. They expect to remain to Northern friends and help advertise -'' Northern vii i'n'S ti K" .'mmcoho I another rum runner: or car p'irloiner. -
    until June. Kissimmee. "'' have ta'-en roTns with11": \\'. wits .
    The misunderstanding mutual PRICES: 75c, $1.00. Sl 'iO, PLUS TAXI ,
    Don't forget to get your ticket on Conch J. R. Bowen; returned yeste"-- I H. Farmer for the winter, include: : as i the sheriff didn't present any credentials SEATS ON SALE AT TRESS' BOOK STORE ,
    Crow of Urbana Illinois .I. Weck-
    H.
    ; and did not whiskers
    with One Dollar sport long -
    the Parrot every and
    Billy day from Birmingham, Atlanta, 4 4
    ler, of Benton Harbor Mich. Mr.
    Bohannon's GroceryMr. ; a villiancus look, slouch hat or
    purchase at been .._
    PeLand. where he has spendingthe :
    Havemmaker Richmond ------- -- -
    and Mrs. of
    hightop boots as they do in the movies -I
    and Mr. Bird M. Robinson :returned holidays. Virginia; Charles Killien, of Delmon- but was accompanied by a woman Mr. and Mrs. George Daisy and O. Miss Stephanie Lobel, Chicago business
    to their home last week aftera Booster Number of The Gazette leo New Jersey; and W. M. Enbody, presumably his wife and as Roy C. Daisy arrived this week from woman, and Florida Investor, isw d
    "
    few days visit with their daughter, wrapped and ready for mailing, 10 of Marion, Ohio. didn't see n big tin star, he thought''!I'' Wichita Kansas, to spend the winter. visiting in Kissimmee this week at
    Mrs. R. G. Minick, and family. Mr. cents each. the sheriff was one of those suave They have taken apartments at tho the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Bur-
    Robinson la president of the American ,- Fresh fruits! and vegetables a specialty genteel fellows you see in the movies Wilder home on Mabbette street. rows.
    Short Line Railway Association Miss Pearl McWhorter of Umstl-, at Bohannon's Grocery. : nnd that was try'nir: to steal his car. '
    la, teacher In the Tallahns'ee public' Mutual explanations followed.For .
    We call your attention to our Bar schools, has been a guess this week Wilson and Toomer's Fertilizershave ( once in his young lif. Roy forgot I Mrs. Jennie Wallace, of Ridgeway, A meal well chatted is half digested -
    gain Counter. Canned fruits canned of Misses Margaret. and Matty Stan- a State reputation. II. C. Stan. to stammer, the sheriff looked Ohio arrived in Kissimmee yesterday,
    meat., Jellies, jams cookies and 'ford. ford, Agent. and smelled the car over and after I and has taken rooms at 24 Mabbetto
    cakes. Corner Grocery. -- finding oat that Roy was only :nn innocent street. .
    You get better shoes and hosieryfor Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Seastead, of visitor spending the holidays ,
    Walter L. Marter resigned his your money at the SHOE & Detroit, Mich., are stopp'ng! with Mrs. with his sister the bank cashier's Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Munce and r
    place with Mach Brothers' garage on MEN'S SHOP. W. II. Farmer for a few days. ,vife he laughingly rode off, Lut he granddaughter, of Mount Victory.
    New /Year's eve and will take the had spoiled a perfectly good after Ohio arrived in Kissimmee yesterday SELL: YOU FARM
    county for the Gulf Refining Elliott Gilbert was in Kissimmee Send Tho Gazette Booster Number noon for Rcy.-Valdosta Times. to stay for the winter.To WV Thro.(l> I It tb. Wort4'. t
    agency The company expects to from Bradentown for New Year's to Northern friends and help advertise >rmt Af...,.. ...... ..!_sad

    install company.;a tank service in Kissimmee ;day. He and his brother. Fred S. Kissimmee. i of in .......i rtst thousand method No of ch walttnir r.. (or: lUllnB.wlthdnwtar Nye.. r',
    the effect sunlight
    both in Kissimmee GET study .rlto,
    by middle of the month. : Gilbert, were er adTortUlastCUI or
    Christina. Low prices on sheetings cretonne, treating tuberculosis children the ACENCY. ....
    thI' hub i. ___ London council' last summer E.. X STROUT FARM
    is the last of winter I and dress goods at McCAiU LEY'S Information about the BUSINESS county -
    Just
    rood Before.twyinr tire see r.. .OwvTy- DRY GOODS., ,1 1. conducted an experiment in which 85 ,
    still yaluM CITY
    and there are some UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA, "The attended an open-air iaehool'wearin& FARMS GROVtS: AND
    TJIips1is&tigbt.4b. boys
    the Giant Tire
    left. everything; at less than cost>> id! Jaraej

    close them out. The Hat Shop, Mrs* !.""tire''--4 Ja \feud.;. V drove W. up M. from Tiller Miami and and pent Gowan Sunday foremost School in Florida," Tampa allow their very bodies little to clothing be browned, so as By to i i' PROPERTY. I DANDLED.: ) 'f'I

    J.0. yoodbeck. ."""IU 5\ and Monday with the former' and Cass Streets, Tampa,'Florida. the sun. As a result of a few weeks. I' ,; i j jI

    The Coot" Fair la leaa than three- I Mrs. A. W. Cart"l "rhtf", parents, Mr and Mrs. M.,T 'ler.. of t-eree.ant the. bows .nm. ar-d' to b. .,
    . exhibit should be Mildred of Miami. I'lpeftt."C'A.d6lm-. -- Before buying tires' BM C..G. TY.I more alert, more energetic and hap- I I ALBERT T. BAKE;, Be e'dies
    .. (
    .It off. YOUR
    oft things shown of 0.> week at the hem of her lI m.. elIf you want in bn*.' sell It* ,rent.trnjjrr. flee He handles th. Rl lent Tii-ew. pie,:. vxrinjr:! t" the. **vt cfn ., < ,>
    the '
    good
    one c fr'J. ,.Jt"tf-1 *. over price is -IIr'.t.-the. tire U -t.mntw'- I mjsUr of the c:>ool...-Shool ll I
    ni! }
    C. W. Griffin rata : mlitt :g
    law. : )
    Tell the County Agent 'L9ida7' ,
    ':(, what ceola' jMnty._ ? 'r .. __!_ ; 1'-:0: L.,, E:nk_ >: Oscs.,f", Boom j* lYo. IT.. I I I' 21t Lute- ,;:..Q:4 4. .rat!. t.r.er\ 'J I.idhliilr, w

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    Fyfy'I ..'.'-4" ,r.if 9 ,t1 .; IV;, t'' '. ,'rut. 'w l i<." ,N . I'' '\.. '1 .' ,, '':i>\' ( ""' $ 'I" ' 'u'.. m, 't r r ? ,4.,
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    . ( PIT KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE. FRIDAY JANUARY 4. M4Concentrate -- 44et..att

    l. 999999999 9 ..r' _

    art 'CANADA WANTS LEGION QUINN WANTS DEFINITE DRAWS DISTINCTION BETWEENA
    NATIONAL CONVENTION THERE PHYSICAL EDUCATION PLAN CyCLONE AND A TORNADOA aoa

    Because less than percent of vast system I winds blowing : Iri
    Montreal De al This city wants oft i'THE
    t low atmospheric
    the next national convention of the the>school children of the United around a center of THRILLSSensational
    t t+Q '
    meterologisU a
    American Legion to leave the' United States are receiving the benefits of pressure! Is called' by
    ". disturbances
    States and come here. It is the, sec physical education, .the American :Legion "cyclonic. Atmospheric: endless ---
    ond Canadian city to ask for the con will'-present a. definite physical of this character pass in ]N 'I
    vention. An invitation has ,been for- education program of l legislation tocongress. procession across the United States, J I'm''
    warded to national headquarters of I .' John It.. Qulnn, national at intervals of a few days, in a general .,
    through' commander of the legion, announced direction from west to east.: Theyare a '
    the in Indianapolis
    Legion
    the Montreal Post of the Legion.' But announcement followeda usually several "-hundred thousand Parachute Leap FrorrjlWings :. :oYIt;:
    e4eri the invitation was sent too late; St. conference of representatives of square, miles In area, and they move,
    h Paul, Minn., already. had been select leading patriotic and educational or- on an average, nt a rate. of 000 or 700 of Speeding Aeroplane. "i nn a;
    ed. ganizations in America which was miles a day. They are by far the No

    Mayor Martin signed the request!! called by Garland W. Powell, the 'le- most important factor in controllingthe abovreP
    i from Montreal lie said in his letter gion's director of Americanism."The weather of the country. As a i Many Other Human Fly Stunts ; tinY
    that the Canadian city would be a American Legion has. been ryc'one' approach us, the temperature ,
    suitable1 place not only to renew the astounded to learn how small a per- I usually rises,",clouds gather and tain
    on keep- comradeships lot 1917-18, but ta: centage of school children of the nation we are likely to have rain or snow. On Wings. C apt'
    strengthen the bonds that exist : now receive tha benefits of phys- Stormy; winds are not necessarily a X'j' cane
    Insf It as you concentrated tween the two nations. be-I cial education Mr. Quinn declared. feature of a cyclone. In short. a cyclone Osc
    building it. i I I "A misleading impression has .resulted i is! an exceedingly commonplace KISSIMMEE A VIA TION FIELD. I ;:
    on I aP ,
    I Pupils, assume ret-ponsihil; in from the large publicity given to event in t the life of un Americnn cit- ,
    What thought and planning you ''matters of behavior at the Gordon I lit hI, tI(. spirts hurl games in which izfh. I 5111(1;
    put into it1! How YOU watc'io I ''school, Cle\elanil.' A "b ha"ior loun. I (only a few participate while great These, i is no funn'J-)pei cloud in Ina
    it grow from a hole in tlh.' I tallow consisting, of a repreaentatixe numbers tool on and upplnuil TiH'tdiitists T 1'1'('/ow.o.l'itJw:.; ,. duos the toinmir : Jan. 6 wit
    .ground, to a lieautiful lio'ne'' i each room in the school, formulate (' do not pioviditruinuii; pu- "f ore of t;Incas! di"'ui'lianccs( usually i Sunday H. T I II I''
    Think of how you saved I. t'mt whatever lull'" it considers ni'ieai.v I pils iiccoii'mg, to individual Ilt't.j| miiKiit, i-xprdii-nt/ to lake refuge' in II:
    ;your dreams might/ come tun for !ufctv and 1 order Guards! eii.tedl :) 1 "111 -nitc/ < r Ih.II-I\\'u "tHte lawwludi :t ", \ i'lone cellar'
    l l.y I the pupiK i-iifnrrr t these rule and, ::11 greater or less degree slimul. I I Tinunit vioVnt storms known piVI1
    What if fire should como" in <'lIl'r'. ofotl'c'nIC': rni"lJl'hll\'JO"" .:t<' lucid! pro\iMi for phjs-iul i>ny\\'li( "<' matt' in ,1 tin intl'l iOI' of t'ncV'rlh '
    f
    FLIGHTS
    li"/I i PASSENGER ) ,
    Would yqur, invests! savings I U- I teachers may bo consulted. <' .'.u.itinn" ) today nut ''inoii1 than I I-: 1 .\liK-iuaii; <.< nlini'i.t. pxpoc'iallxin $5.00( | v
    ? Insure I id of th the middle)! nnil ut') "
    swept away now '1.11 -- - per| r i nt of the school child'on! western states,
    enjoy the comfort of a mind ::< I ',i.itr'ii arc' i en:"rung tills fundamental I mot fi(>Cv+-.e-> iwv.}aa?Pi+fiaOv ? lit J'o
    i ease. This agency will cover I II -oMM s rr..aZ'S ., 1 tr.iimiijj- 'I hei-e undeniably is need. : Tlinr i Ino-t con'picu -- ---- --
    your needs with a polir\ in t the fur i iiiilMin.il, I -iinuil.:'t foil and j.. n whirlnjtl1I1I'k/ cloud, ------. .
    Hartford Fire I Insurance ('mn- 4j e141 kear: I -h'p. \\.lhiut/ it v\e must face leader-! I hanging front a I1II1S of il.'iik! storm yuII
    pany to pay for any loss '.y T II I ,i,1'I .i'fi: if n i m ss and wa!'te. I 'loixU, This cloud: flay he funnel I i ".-tt'+
    fire NEATNESSResolution "In Lie, mi. 'ant mil1, millii'1s! of ('hil1. ,ocl. or li.illoon I'h"'I1, or like\ the d, 1
    FOR SAFE AND SUREINSURANCE ; ()1..ICMwi'l" '!! crow to nutunty physically trunk of u huge eleplmnt. It is really t rte
    .' li.iixlioapped, and morally ill-equip-, 'i \\jtrtv"r>out on land though' larger! lit
    CALL l l pl: I fur responsibilities, of citireniship : than the marine waterspout. ItWt't'ps ti'e ,"
    r'' This can only he avoided if over a path averaging! a quarter -
    t CARSON FARMER"The the! fecl"lal0:0/ \.t'l"n l1IE'nt will act of a mile in width and about :25 \ bo\\ 'cca 7, e '
    Gteha (' promptly and effectively."Competent / miles in li'iiirtJi. Whenever it ,touches :
    FRO experts, have testified 1 the earth it accomplishes xuipasmntrfents c 1':
    Insurance Man"Orrr I b M now on 'I that |I'hY nMl education in younger of dl"'II,tation. In comparison n.O .b. 4 y
    .... Hair i .y Only ; 1 I(I years would have prevented 1 the disqualification with the area covered by a cyclone
    0..... 1t.,1..",e.'. D.... Store I th Meta Rep fa of mere than a million one of these storms it of insignificant i 'Gc\ a e "
    Sltb ......w.y Hl.l__1'e, .'1a. 1 1I ey are beca use ,I recruits for national service in the recent --ie. It Im fact a purely local affair a b e '
    r I 1I t'Very Pt'rf;>"t ir.a From the standpoint . ? e. 1"
    re.p war emergency Hence, at any given place in 0 _A.
    I c use t t'Ct and be. of national defense alone it the United Slates' such a !storm is an \ 0"S e I
    1
    they IOc each seems obvious that the federal I government exceedingly rare event though, t ea

    I "ronorniarthe moat' I I is obligated to immediate PC- throughout' the country, several such 1c: # the .I 0O '
    ) 1 can ar tion. (Hut this training ill equally important storms occur every year These
    COUGHING RELIEVED but. nets in preparimr the youth of storms ale known to meteorologists! # O
    The more you rough the RlU" you.trata Beth sexe for the full discharge> of us "tornadoes" In popular parlancethey arse fi G
    .. yuur throat lungs mid HjKtcm.liaise . 4 ill the duties of pc-ace-time citizenship are almost universally but mcoirectly ..... "'
    lliu pliliBui easily without Ktruni. Freedom! for the pursuit of described a* "cyclones." KpK
    or pain by liking coiKirdi's, OoiigU; happiness' equality of opportunity Glag e; $ \\
    Syrup (CreoHotccI l > It it Hoolliinc.healing 1 and protection. of life and C\o e "
    property
    t pleiwaut and rOTntirf. Di-nt Wanted: clean cotton rags not ] i e e
    ; Q:
    are but for the I _
    thing for harking couelm, deep armed. 1'l1l'ly; | youth merely d
    denied trimmings Itrinbut tieient
    colds, bruucbitix, croup', grippe|> and I who has bran! the training' of stuff to or I' .'N ocyk tibeE tn the '
    whooping ctlu h. A wont bcucfIiul body, m-iul: and character essentialto I use for washing rollers I ta jGslv, \
    and lafe treatment for children and joyful and serviceable self-exprc.-I 'wd press-s and wiping bI.'Arinrs'l'' .'ee any'oh
    I + Mesli tiring 'em along to the of tiCI. I ct -
    adults. Save yourself from (colds Sirfyje G sirn. If there should be only one < I\a
    coughs and wrimm trouble. Get; a I Gazette. Kissimmee 14-tfx i' I ALUM1 ca\ as bll "
    bottle of Leonard Cough Syrup| ,, way in which the federal government I ",tc t4 =
    (CI'eOlltJUd ) from \irnr druggist tuduy, I' HAIR NETS I could appropriately' promote the gineral i % tlaN0the
    and bring quick relief. welfare of the citizenry could a Zt /
    I I( there be anything more fundamentalthan WHY OLD BACKS ACHE + IS tot .
    I to guarantee for all a preliminary ; e8l t 8
    ; 1o. faming for phy-irnl fitness and ) O I II
    a .+ I If more' mental balance through physical Many',, KiHsimmec Old People Have McPa e
    f Itr I educat'onlule ? Found Backache to Be a Signof ..' a t
    Cap and Fringe-AH Colon '
    "\\ (the Ament-an Legion wishes Kidney Weakness i I
    i i ladad.ag O..r.a4< While to rjnder every possible aid to -- I
    this undeitaking/ we recognize!' thatit What n pity that so many people j.
    WINSOMESilk i is f< r congress to determine the 'past middle! age are worried witn
    NetsPln..w.bbPd.lonw..rln. niethol I of attacking this problem lane bucks aching kidneys, poor eyesight 1.-
    :' I However! it may be useful to mention sick headaches, dizziness gray- '.
    Why is woolpert D't> of quality tilfe with an. 5 n few of the conclusions reached by I 1. ,dropsy or distressing urinary ills. I
    I, ff>U tic run through " ur I II Imp net Snug about hair. its study. A nation-wide system ofe'emcntaiy in age: or youth and is a J. R.
    I and p..t'ondarchool" dangerous thing 10 neglect<< for it'' CLAYGarage

    cotton ? For Sole Erdwterly at seems" t( afford the chief agency leads to Hrigbt's disease, and uric ;acid'i ..
    tliruuirh which universal physical edl poisoning Doan's Pill have b-ought i;
    McCRORY'S5c ucati n may be established.! Here! I Ian is new strength to many Kis immee oil'
    investment of several bIllions and people You will make no mistake I and Machine Shop
    i I in annual operating(' expenditure of by following the example of Chas. .T. I
    : and lOc Store several millions. Here! ore taught a Nelson, contractor, fiUJ:.! Bryant St., I
    r. wide variety cf subjects from renting Kissimmee., He says: "My back was -
    .r' (10 igonometry Here are buildingsand so bad 1 could hardly move. Terrific I SUCCESSOR .TO CLA Y A THOMAS .
    + G ) -J grounds readily adaptable for pains took me across my kidneys andt
    I: ose in providing physical educationfor .' felt like a. knife stabbing into ,my
    all. Here are several thousand back. My kidneys acted too often Farming Machinery
    teachers who if adequately trained and I had to get up during the night. ,
    :, could play a vital the direction I got Doan's fills at Roberson's Drag Gas Engines and Pumps RebuiltBEARINGS
    'Vi education
    ..of physical.! activit'es. Stcre: and they cured me of the at
    \ I flt's DangerousToWait'Savs urinermore, the ,SChools could ,most tack."
    \ ,," effectively attack the co-operation of Price flOc. at all dealers. Don'l I
    I : all competent voluntary agencies.!' I simply ask for a kidney rc.medyet 1 FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARS
    The elements and secondary Doan's Pills-the name that Mr. Nel- j'
    p Mrs. schools, then, appenr to affo"d;Jth son had. Foster-Mllburn,, Co, Mfr.
    1/
    because wool fiber contains many I Kitchnsl primary organization through which Buffalo N Y. /
    more air cells than cotton fiber. Air universal physical education may be I i cgs t
    is a poor conductor of heat and coll. eut"blished.

    Therefore a woolen garment forms Don't wait till baby Is Bcnamlnewith : "The first step to be taken is to
    a an air-cell blanket, which keeps heat pain before you think about provide a general training in physical;
    I I in and cold out. Warm clothes and ending- for the doctor or mart dosing education I for every classroom teacher i
    him w'th strong medlclnm that .o thathe micnr'y on dolly thenogram
    Cod Lirrr Oil may Jo mort. harm than tocOKeep with occasional fio-n
    a' f JL aid a
    -
    Norwegianform Teclhina. At hand and give It special physical! education teacher. Taking America Off Its Feet
    according, to direction al the flmtclsrn The second fundamental need is for !
    an excellent combination for of trouble. Before baby brrlnn he I
    training and employment' of
    winter health. Puretest Cod Livcr cutting bin teeth ;you can Mart givIng sufficient number( of special teachersof a Overland Success I. the Talk of the
    Teethlna.
    'Twill CountryThe
    Oil has a vitamin content 100 times make It easier
    for him and for )you too."It's physical education. to supervise! and
    more powerful than rich fresh I
    creamery aid the work of the classroom teachers.
    4 butter. It also Is easy to take. dangvroua to wait when baby The year just ended has been the
    third need is for purpose car-conceded
    i. One of 200 begin to fret writes. Mrs C M. adequate to be the
    item the Puretest preparations i Kltchena, Route 4, Macon, Ga **I indoor and outdoor space and sufficient - greatest of' all the f fifteen years of most useful' motor
    Every best car wheels
    that skill and! on
    learned that when simple .
    my baby got lcJc equipment."One Overland history. A
    conscience made
    can produce. with fever and bowel trouble. Teeth- obvious way in which the federal great year The Champion and all Overland
    Ina soon ended his trouble and bygreatare-thegreate.t Overland
    now government could aid the states
    R. G. MINICK he U as well and lively aa a cricket:' 'I in the rapid, effective and! economical ever built. Greatest in looks, models have the bigger Overland
    Teethlna "li old by all druggists. cxelcpment of this is by power, engine-brute with I
    or end aGe I program action, comfort-and power extreme
    to the MofTe.lt Labora- north
    money j n>
    I making available
    Oaft for all the
    ?ho states
    jt tories, I'
    ig stvre Columbus Oa. for a packageand I the best up-io-clate information economy. Leaders \economy
    a free booklet about babies. re- Look at the new Overland Cham- /
    ultmir: from studies.. nurvova- -- -. _and I *_>v. leaders on the road//leaders
    m. n
    periments. pion,for instance. I It brines auali tv I nth.__. *n n m.. .A of. _f __ _'- __ ,
    -- n
    "In addition to this technical assistance dosed car with feature and utilities ---1 Se/them. IDey
    J'. we believe it to be essential bring to owners. Sit In
    Thompson hat an additional stimulus be provided hitherto unheard of within reach them. Ask for a sample of their

    I by the promise of the federal government of every purse. America's first allperformance..
    : to share the expense. involved I
    Star and Chap.1 Licensed funeral Director in the training and employment ofihysical j
    education instructors. Tech- 1

    -0"A Si".,.,.. Syn..rA.eie Se.tIr. I. Reno/er. nicul advice and assistance. alone will .
    h St.toari Av.nu. All.!p.t.on.KJSIAtm. I not suffice" to bring rapidly and efeetivelv :.t-= '_. .
    the number from 12
    tp 100 -
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    High Grade Ambulance.Senice at Call 1 I, per cent." : Rwe --

    w I Office: 10 PHONES Residence: : 78 J [ ::- ="". C! ;

    Laughing In His Sleeve .
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    "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" "I was told nothing but an operation -

    For over II years the E. O. Painter FertlJlr would help my stomach trouble, t tI
    Ida .ro..r. with irriiiiiniBin.. continued Company ha.furnhrhedA'ior- and was gettingready for the opera-
    *lvo. proof ot Patronage of experienced grow.re tion when
    Satisfactory result., n friend advised me to try I LUPFEK &
    r COULD Mayr's Wonderful PRATHER GARAGE
    BRTTBK Remedy. The
    firm
    KEBTILICCH
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    helped >
    me. I am now as well as
    Write
    for New Kissimmee
    : Fall Price LI.I. Just Issued ever in my life, and am laughing up i Florida .
    i'-I. '
    0. PAINTER FERHUZER CO. JacboariDe, Florida my sleeve at the doctors" It ia

    ofI ., a simple, harmless preparation that _

    .... I removes the mucus from the intesti I"
    . nal tract and allays the Inflammation ,
    which causes practically all stomach, .
    liver and intestinal ailments Including .
    -
    I BROADWAY GARAGE appendicitis. One dose will con- f

    I vince or money refunded. J. Z. Rob-
    n. M., c. I.WRKNCB. ,r>.,H 4.* I croon, and druggists everywhere.

    x GENERA .AVrq 1MPAIBS. .CAS. OILS AND ACCESSORIES. The hen that lays-U the- hen that ,

    t c HARTFORD BATTERIES SUPPLIES AND SERVICE pays. :i's I I. I t 't t"" l

    / sai BROADWAT A( good slogan, "A garden for ,
    I .,-, V-. .. ( PHONE 23* country home." every 1 I .. .
    a / If TJU'J''...: '
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    KISSIMMEE; VALLEY' CAZETfE, FRIDAY JANUARY 4. J 'l4 41 "' .. SETEli,

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    <0> <00- ..... '. .. <0> -0- .. I Inaufflcleni 'for' the pur po.. of paying INCOME- -TAX, FORMS I INSECTS DOING DAMAGESTRAWBERRIES ..S r ' .Jt -"'- -',-'-8 , :- t;.ti\-,,-
    the said debts and. that It la neeeeaary { . \, "
    .' : to .eli the real estate for that purpose ARE AVAILABLE NOW TO : USE "v .
    : ,Legal Advertisements i'' and praying: Tor an order to take. ) TOBACCO TO CONTROL
    possession oC the following, real estate Allured by the Bureau of Internal

    '"... . + .6. o.ee.' + 4 I aa cuaruuB assets due tortbe and 'owing payment, via of: debts and Revenue. of prompt service in fur- Strawberry plants are being; infested ..... j
    "Lmta Thirteen (11) and Fourteen niahinff the necessary forms taxpayer by aphis and red spiders accord.

    IN TUB COUfcTV: COURT.. IKT "lAND (II) of Block Seventy-four (74) of need experience, no delay in the Ing to reports ''from field agents and
    I"OR.OII"IIJOI.A OOVNTY./ ..I,IUItA. the Town of St. Cloud, accordion' filing of their income tax returns: for farmers to specialists at the' Florida

    1 THE a corporstlon GULF FHRTILIZER organised COMPANV.nnd exist and to the Investment Plat of the Company Hemlnole recorded lAnd the year 1923. The filing period it Experiment Station. Besides their 'f'

    1ns under and by virtue of the Laws. amonir the p1st. of OaceoU County from January 1 to March 15 1924. predictions on past experiences, these .. '
    of tbeBtate of Florida, Pialntllt. vs.CfAPTAIN FloridaTftEtIEFORE,. On January 2,.the 1st being a holiday .' reporters declare that unless something .
    WILLIAM LYNU. also you and each of you forms for individual U done to control these
    knowfl. as CAl'T W, LYNO. ttefend- and eTIl other pursone Interested are filing corporations pests
    hereby commanded to appear before ,! partnership personal-serv! the strawberry crop will be seriously
    ;NoVlce: Is hereby 'irlven that the me at Klaaltnmee. Oaoeola County. ice corporation, information, fiduciary reduced.. '

    above entitled suit was on the 30th Florida on the llth day.of February and other return. required by the Aphis (plant ,lIce) can be readily
    .
    A. I>. 111. Instituted
    of November A. 13. 1IS4. and to show cause, If any
    day by attachment; that ummon ad you have, why said Petition should revenue act will be availablE at the controlled by spraying;, the plants
    rasDondendum was Issued against CaP not be arranted.WITNJCStl office of collector' of internal revenue with a nicotine sulphate solution, according .

    J-ant. William Lyng. the defendant also known In ..aldcau.f' : my name, aa County. Judge Jacksonville, Florida and the fGllow.Ing to the recommendations of I a ._,_ _-,n'________, '. '
    WlvnE.:: of Oeceola Co..nty.Iorld.., at Klsalm-
    branch offices Miami the station.,. ,Use 1 of the
    but returned by the Sheriff ofo.riola me. together with the Meal of my office i : Tampa, part con-
    Count unasrved the ....renda..t this the 28th day of l.ceenibr, A. and Penaacola. After January 2, a centrated preparation to 800 parts of .,
    b..lnll' out of the State of Florida; U. 1923. T. U COMKR copy of the form desired may be obtained waters and add 5 pounds of soap for {
    said Writ Attachment. has beenlevied County Judge of Oaceola County. If De Soto
    said Sheriff on the followingdeVcrlbed 4-St Florida.In on written request. every 50 gallons of the spray. The n
    Real Estate belonging to Form 1040A, heretofore used for soap in addition to increasing: the effectiveness .

    said defendant situate lylnc:: and b.. Circuit Court 17th Judicial .Circuit, filing return of individual net income !I of the spray, makes it<

    I rue In Oaceola County. Florida to- In and for Oaceola\ County Florida In of $5.000 and less, from whatever 'spread and, stick to the leaves. This Were Methusula

    WTh southwest Quarter (BW14) of Chancery. : James H. Nale and HannahM. source derived. ha been revised tobacco mixture can be mixed with /
    his
    the northeast quarter (NE%) andthe Nale Hnellirrove wife. Complainant et al. Respondents*, VersusHenry : and simplified in the interest of the 14-4-50, bordeaux mixture and used to

    west half (W%) of the southust Rill to Quiet Title Order of Publication largest class of taxpayer, salaried control both fungus and insect .

    . 26 quarter Mouth.of Ranne 8"cllon 2* east 7, Town-con- : The State of Florida to: Henr8n.U..rove. !/! persons and wage earners. The new I troubles at one operation. It is interesting to wonder how De Soto, discoverer ' _

    ulilp If living and If dead all form will be used for reporting! net I I I Red spiders be controlled by
    tulnlnff ItO acres. I parties claiming Interest under Henry may of Espiritu Santo Springs would (eel if hfc I
    l.vled upon as the property' of Captain $Hiiellirrov deceased or otherwise. In income for the year of 1924 of $5,000 j'spraying or.dusting with some sul- ,
    William L.>'nE. the defendant In thal the property In the Hill of Complaintand and less derived chiefly from salaries I{'I The dust'should be were still alive today and could see the magnificent

    ,'"""" CaUSSN..w. : the said Cap- hereinafter described: Nina F.Hnellarove and waires. Reducing to a minimumthe ; applied during: the hottest part of the
    therefore you. '' development forward at the' wherehe
    l .. If living, and If dead all now going spot
    also known If is used
    I ,111 William Lynn. parties claimIng Interests under Nina problem of correctly making out day. spray probably the
    e1.t. W L.>'n 1(. defendant and hereby all vth-re- F. Hnellttrove. deceased otherwise an income tax return. Form 1040A ,i best la soda-sulphur (soluble sulphur) disembarked.

    .r persons to personally Interested be are and appear to In the property In the Hill of Complaint consists of a single sheet in which as it is not so liable to stain the ber

    i .uulitd...l.I action at the Court House In the) R HcruKK, and If hereinafter llvlnir. and described It dead; Ur.all space is provided for answers to only ries. Lime sulphur also may be used, Three magnificent buildings are planned for this

    1 <'lty of Klaslmmee. Osceola County. parties claiming. Interest under l>r. 8. three questions in relation to income: diluted 1 part to 65 parts of water.
    I I'Mortda. on th.. Rule, 1)ay. In March A. Jocation. A pavilion where Espiritu Santo mineral
    114 thttt hemS Mondsy, the Srd HcrujfKS, deceased otherwlaa In theproperty salaries wages, commissions, etc.; in. The sprayers should follow the pick-
    month else Judgment In the Bill or Complnlnt and terest on bank deposits! notes mort- era.I water will be bottled for distribution '
    lay of the aald : 'hereinafter "....,rll...<''I KllcahethHcruirns. national is nowtinder
    11b"\ entered nimlnst you by default If living and If dead nil parties pare; ( and corporation bonds. and I If both spiders and aphis! are !present -
    and this, cause will iroccol asIt in the construction. This pavilion will be fitted to
    r Il\w and the liules of I'ra.'d' .,- claiming InKrenta tinder KllcnbethScruir "other income. On the reverse side same field, the nicotine

    l "|tnred of thiS by Court. ; a, deceneed.In the Bill or of otherwise l'onM>lnlnt In Hi theproperty .lberelnaftir are instructions. Formerly Form sulphate (for the aphis) and the sulphur supply visitors with every comfort. A modern resort -
    I W1TNKHH J. I L. O\er trei.t. Clerk ofTh 1040A has consisted of six pages! thequestion compound (for the spiders) may
    If
    <' fount v this t'ourt S /th of dnt taceola' nl Nov'onber.I' Ouuntir.i .. living. and If described d.-n
    i 1 lorldit. on J, I. OVICUHTHKKTflirk : under H J. ScruKics"' deceased aries and wares.. hut to income from suffice fcr both.

    I IHSI founly 'ourt I In and for or otherwlMe('Comnlnlnt, In nnd the hereinafter properly In deecrlbe the BUIof ,- business professions! sale of real 1! As these insects are in greatesti I The buildiner illustrated above is the Sanitarium. '

    (.>"",-<'|.it <'i>uvity. Florida and lh. heIrs. devlaavs. Kranl....... estate, nnd other ourcn. It is estimated -i numbers on the under side of the It will be
    .'" ft 14..11KI'I.LY "PTTo'll. or other .claimant I under .'Mitou Kppennner that for the year 1923 more : leaves it is important that the dust I completely equipped as a center of medi-

    t.rne)5 fui& 1'laliHlff GIft. acrlbf-d ,property docenKed.to-wlt In thi> follovtlnu de- than 4,000,000 persons or 70 percentof ;'jOr spray be applied: so that thia part cal skill and will have every facility for the correc- .

    : -- - "IA.tll l Thirteen Mil. Fourteen ( 141.Jo.Ht..1I those who annually are reauired 'of the leaf is thoroughly covered.
    tion
    of
    and
    .
    "TIOM 011 TAX) physical disorders.
    I) 114 K OF %ri'l.lf nervous
    UV-lIJn. < I6> nnil Hlxteen Oil. of to file income tax returns will tle the ,
    I'.lntk "''no Hundred and Klvhtvll FERTILIZE STRAWI1ERRIES
    IvilTlfK UIVJoIThill new form.
    ",\;1.1 Pnntiiun IS .HKKKIir. purrhAa tf Tnx CrNam OI l of Countv the Town, Florida"f Ht ncroritlnv ClnudOaceotu Persons anv n' rt of whoe income TO STIMULATE FRUITING. For years, the resources of these springs lay

    l.K.. 414 416. 4111. 413. 41t. 4.17: to the -mlnol. l.nml unit liitfmment for the year 1923 was derived from dormant almost De Soto
    4. 6411. dnK-il the 6th day 1 ..r.J..II.. ". AUZI. Proper fertilization important in as had found them. Now
    J has flied said rertinmte In mvlire Cnmpany'a. t: Incorporated* business or profession farming sale
    :
    \ and has made application for tax recorded Plat of. the In the said.office Town of the tiled Clerkif and of property or rents reiardUrs: of I strawberry stimulate fruiting.(culture Late especially December to I they are being developed with activity that De Soto,

    >L Vcrlbed situated In Oaceolajunty. ( State 01I..rlelll., on theSlat the lartrer form. 1040. The '1!Ie of for this
    proprrt tilizing (
    Klorlda to-wlt : day of Aulr..I A II 1.09. In Form 1040 will be required, also in I I'I I purpose. conceived.
    f ,, k "It" Pna--a 13 and 34.YOU ," A good plan consists in applying a
    Lots ($. ,|. 110.| In Section 11. Lola I. Plat < > cares where the net income \vus in
    I 128. In Section 1 4. all of snlil iota . a"'l each of 'CHI. are h..r..by rommnndeil third of the fertilizer before the
    IIIK In ToKlmhlp t6 ) ..."h. KKIIKD an.1 rc.(|"'lred to flipPer on the excess of $5,000 whether from sal plants are set, a third six weeks later There is an opportunity for you to share in the
    Ird <1"A nf March A. I I'. 1924 (name business ; other
    the ,
    and being accordlnK to ary. profession or
    Kaat.
    nlnole Land and Investment foment belna t>>" Ituleo day' In March 124) taxable sources. Formerly Form and the final third when the pants profits which Espiritu Santo Springs Incorporatedwill
    to the Bill of Complaint ftled In thiscause are beginning bloom. The entire
    Subdivision I of saidcUona
    s 1040 wits used only for reporting inHivMual obtain from six Your investment will
    sources.
    'ots 11 23 In Hlock:8 of Ht floud. amount used should total from 1500to
    he said Iota etnic ...... ....d at the \Vitn'es the llonnrnble C O Andrew net income of more than 1800
    '. .. pounds on average land according help in rendering a service to
    lea of the Issuance of said c..rtl aa Judge .f the h.w. Cinrtnnd $5,000. very necessary your
    of U ft-I nni name a* <"lerk thereof, nnd the to A. "P. Spencer vicedirector -
    respt-ctl\el In the names I
    les bwn. K H. MannenaV) 11 l>u.l lVe. i-rnHni seal th,'r,.<.r this !>>th day of Forms for filing individual returnsof of the agricultural extension di fellow men. The demand for this pleasure and

    R I> rham. Foster New I..". fI l |......'- '>er A II 1 '23. income will be sent to persons who vision. University of Florida.In health
    insures
    resort
    ll'lumely! Unknown IInd J. IIMlUiti I 'iCt ('I. "' ''all filed similar returns for tho year a profit from your investment.
    kess said ertincste shall !,. rv- J I I. ov":n being impossible to
    med -ordlnK to law. tax led will It, H I-i. llullock. l I'. C around the plants, being carefu: not
    0 thereon on the ttth day of Jnnu- K1MTIHS . this year the form desired by to get it too close) to them and not to Investigate now. The coupon below calls for

    A I*. IU4. SoUcltorn fur 4omplnlnnntM. 4-9t the taxoayer-whether he be a man break the roots. Use a light workingtool other information. ,
    J. U OVKUfTUF.KT: ----- whose income was de-rived chiefly I

    Clerk Circuit Court. Tn '('I ri-nfl ('oint for th. 17th Judicial from salary or wages or from business for this purpose. Good shallow i
    FloridaLil cultivation
    ciiiccola County of In and for should be kept up throughout -
    Circuit of Htnle I Florida .
    taxable souTc's-the
    of Circuit fourt I i >. . lit I.. t In Chunccry. L ula or other the winter.
    .u ii
    < < !> ) > Santo
    .
    11) H II nulluck I 1) C' taxpayer will receive both forms, and(3alviSed Espiritu Springs
    I.. Hnnlil, complnlnnnt J'C I>anlel It is not desirable to hasten the I
    r..a..u"d'nl. l ii\-ree Order of I ( to note cnrefully the instructions in winter _
    >tTlt OK MTKIfJ NAI.K.otlc Publication. TIl i.: STATP: OF FI.ORIl regarding their growth by applying nitrateof
    | : hereby Klven the t pursui i '.* T<> J S l >anl 1..1.. (',ilrii. Vlrclnla use. coda or any quick-acting; ammonia INCORPORATEDBox
    Final l>>>....r..e entired ell cointnlilitl'd ,01 l to
    t4i a \:oil nrn a lequlrea fertiliser\ unless the plant shows need .
    day ot t Niivpiiiber A H 1>JS.th"l' appear to bill In al,..>... HUK.' on the for additional fertilizer about N :
    sac of II. \\'. Morrow. a. C" 4th dm. (if Fehruiirt A. l>. 1HI4VIT- MILLION AND QUARTER BOXES picking
    liint. \a, II !.. Maki fl'n, an I III"' N i.M4: i the llonoinble C II AlulreMH. a* : time. In that case top dress with alight
    "n, and Alice H sfaklnson. hi. I JudKf of above Court nnrl the Heal 1 of MORE TillS YEAR THAN LAST applicaiton of nitrate of soda or Safety Harbor Florida .
    \V II. Mnklnstin. as guardIan of .aid Court, nt Klslmmei I >, 4 .is.....tlC.MinH. ii sulphate of ammonia. .. '
    a. Maklnaon. an Insane person amiVloycl '. Florida thlo the jMli day of I I In addition to our office at the Springs : :
    *4. a. Hes|. indents. now p."d- l 1.RlI..r A. 1" 19U. I Florida citrus shipments the past Some of the most successful grow you may
    i In the Circuit fourt of the Srxenh J U OVKHSTHEKT week have been very light! totaling' ers apply about 200 pounds of sulphate secure Espiritu Water at' ,<
    ) Judicial Circuit of the Hlalx i>f Clerk of above Court but 23can and 220 cars''' of potash about a week after
    : oranges;
    'il !
    rids In and for grapefruit general sales manager the second general application, whichis ... )
    lincery. I will offer for mile and say ---------- --------------------
    j at public outcry for cash In hand. George A. Scott, of the Florida usually applied beforo December Branch No. 1 :
    [ the hlKhest bidder at the front In County Judges Court. OscenlaCoun- 1. 'This the ESPIRITU, 8ANTO 8RINQS.INCORPORATED. .
    Citrus Exchange in his weekly citrus helps to keep berries firmin } f'- '
    Matter '
    Florida In the of the Estate
    ty. '
    Cortftous. In Klsalmtnre No. 8 Sixth St. N.
    :
    \\T oft) I "
    '..01. County Florida, during the of Amanda Culllaon deceaaed. CItation -. market review, issued at Tampa. case the additional nitrate application I' } 'I' ;'j,
    lal I hours of aale on the first Monday. for I"eiters of Administration. Saturday. This movement, Mr Scott is applied during heavy fruiting; St..Petersburg, Florida I BOX ;ft. ': ,iJi.!;''' I -
    J belnar the 4lh day of TO ALL, WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: It I. SAFETYGENTLEMEN JtAnpOn, FLORiDAU: r $
    February, Notice Is hereby given that the under.signed reports *has been largely a clean-up important to provide adequate Phone 1360 I' 3
    Iliruary. D. the following- d -
    A. 114.
    '
    Ibed property; to-wlt: will on the tnd day of February. ('If tricking operations just before drainage for strawberry beds. It'only C. E. White, ManagerBranch , ; ':' ,,\1..110(, f
    The Southeast quarter of the A. r>. 1(14. apply to the Honorable Christmas. # requires) a few days to injure a crop -.Please inailme, at once your"tereatinff I... .'
    Southwest quarter of Section T. In T. L. Comer aa Judge of the above "Most markets for. Florida fruit.7he should the ground become water- literature telling ,about. ,
    ( his office In the Courthouse.KUalmmee. "
    own.hlp 16 Houth Ranare 1* East Court at continues "had sufficient soaked.A No. 2 Safety H.rbor and Espiritu Santo
    Florida for Letters of Administration supplies
    Beginning at the Southwest corner 'fhla
    Springs
    request does not ob-
    de bonls non the estate hand at the of the holi-
    of th. Houthweat quarter or upon on beginning; ligate m. In
    any way.
    Ihe Houthwsat quarter of MvctlimR. of Amanda Culllaon. deceased.This day season to take care of their requirements 315 Franklin Street ,
    for the
    In Township It Houlh. Han 2* the llth day of December. A. L) until the middle of next good remedy housefly Tampa Florida Name ---,-_----__.___..._____-,_.
    1(11 I. E. DIKFRNDORF. One wire :
    Cast run North 41O feet. Kaat 330set menace: swatter and one

    South 410 feet West 30 feet Johnston Garrett Applicant week. strong right arm. Swing hand. Phone 2150 : Address .______.______________-.__ _
    *o the place of beginning con- Counsel for Applicant. l-4t "There has been more inquiry noted -

    taming 6 acres more or lees the past few days, but in southern I' P. G. Milieu, Manager City ___,_-._____? ___ tate._-___
    I The Northeast quarter of the NOTICE OF APPLICATIOM FOR markets there hat been an unwillingness Quality Plus Service in Commer-
    (Northweal of Section It In TAX mcnn
    quarter
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    (Township It Houth Range t' K at.I NOTICE is HEREBY OIVFN ThatW. to pay a__ increase over market cial Printing. Try The. Gazette Job Service in commercial
    the
    at Gazette
    printing
    Beginning:: at the Northwest cor- J. Rarber. purchaser of Tax Certificate prices just before Christmas. In department. ** Quality plus

    ncr of Hectlon II In Township 2SISouth No. IOU, dated the Ird day of I northern sections, owing to lighter 1.- _
    Ranss It East run South June. A. I D 1(18. has flIed said certificate
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    1 chains. Past: 10 chains South 6 In my office and ha. made. application offerings there has been a slight increase -
    (chains. Kast HI chains. North 10 for tax deed to Issue In accordance In orange prices. There hai
    ...h.ln.'e.1 10 chains to the place with law. Said certificate embraces been no appreciable change, however. .
    01 besrlnnlnK. containing 1& acres the fotowlnar described property Skinner Coke-Heaters Saved'4 '
    in and
    ore or less.Ilesilnnlnar situated In Oaveola County, Florida grapefruit tangerines. Fancy
    at a point ItS feet to-wlt: stock being in very light. supply has
    outh of' the Northeast corner of iota 31 and 11. Ollchrlst. generally advanced.
    loOt 1 In Hectlon II TownshIp 16Houth The said land being aaaessed at the : "All markets that '
    demanding
    Ranee 18 Rast. run West date of the lasuance. of said certificate' are These Cucumbers
    110 (ect. Houth Zit feet. East I1O In the name of A K. Donman. Unless firm, good keeping stock be sent forward ;
    1 feet thence North along the eecItlon aid certificate hall. be redeemed according -: jobbers claiming that they .
    llnex-ts* feet tO the pl.rof to law. tax deed will Issue have found it impossible to make
    |beginning:, containing S acres morer thereon on the 4th diky of February,
    leas.KearlnnlnK. A. I>. 1(24. J. L.. ov\sItsTnEPrr. profit on weak decay if fruit. With
    at the Northeast _r- Clerk Circuit Court.Oaceula curtailed shipments and bare markets
    ncr of l.ot I In Hectlon II Township County, Florida. there should be a better feeling next
    IS Houth, Range 18 Hast and Circuit Court Seal)
    if fruit is for
    week
    I run along the Section line West 4.6t By **. H Bullock, P C. especially picked
    [ MO f...t. Houth ler feet East 110 quality I'izfand\ keeping dualities.!

    I feet thence North along the Hec- TO A I.I. I'AHTIKH INTKHKKTK.I* IN: According to Florida Citrus Exchange -
    lion line lit feet to the place atIbesrlnnlnv MAl.ONKl-l.l'I'FKH: < t MI>ANt. shipment records, there hasbeen
    containing 5 acres,
    a rporitleal moved from' the state thus far
    more or lesif .
    NOTICE I ii. hereby Klven that the un-
    Beginning at the Southeast cor- doralK'ied on the 28th day of lecern-. this season by rail and water 11,556
    ncr of Hurtlon 11 In TownshIp. :25
    ber. 1913 flied their Petition In the cars oranges and 6,572 cars grape-
    [Mouth. Range II East (said corner Circuit Court of Oaceola County Florida -
    fruit, a grand total of 18.128 cars.
    being; loa link. Houth of the Northwest for an Order dl..olvlnM.llln.y- -
    corner of Section 18 In Township L, pfer Company a Corporation : and This movement is equivalent to 6,.
    35. Houth. Range 19 K"e.l. that on the 18th day of January A. D. 600,009 boxes, which is an increase of
    1 F above mentioned) ""n'pa.. in 1914 at Ten Clock A. M. al Orlando, about 1,250,000 boxes over the volume -
    yard. North 7O y.rdll.0.1 7lyarda. > Florida the said 1'vtltlon will be considered -
    Boulh 70 yards to th. plice by Honorable C. O Andrewa. sent to market this time last .
    of bearlnnlnir containing: 1 acre., Judge of said Court and such order year.
    more or less. made In the premises as to the said The California orange movementthe 1. ; 5
    This sale to be made subject to the Court may seem just and reasonable. .
    1913-14 Citrus fruit crop now on the Therefore, If )you have any objections. past week according; to the Exchange .
    Fees and owned 'by the Respondent' why said Court should not enter an totalled 432 cars.
    It.
    S Floyd. Order dissolving said Corporation I Ipr""lIt

    .Det-d 121. this 15th KI.T.IS day' of F.December DAVIS A. the hearing the same thereof to tbe said Court at Sketch, taken from a photograph. showing healthy and vigorous cukes on truck

    -6t Special Master In above case. FRANK MAI.ONBT OWSLEY DOESN'T WANT farm near Clearwater.Surrounding .

    J K L.UPFKR. illS HAT IN TilE RING ;
    iw l C01JNTJ"OGE'" roitirr./ OCElILA 4-lt S L.. L.UPFKR. this field on all sides are other fields with tender vegetation
    (C-4HJWTV KI.OKIIIA.
    In Re.: Estate of James C"'annch.JI."e.I Despite requests of a large constituency brown and withered, killed or burned by the frost of November 17th this season.

    Alvin Owsley; past X '
    CITATION nation-I'
    |To: Henry CavanaghKnoshursrh al commander of the Explanation is simple example typical. .

    Fulls. Vermont gion. has refused to announce hm-;
    Alvin Cavananh' self as a candidate for nominationfor Outside it was 35 degrees above zero. Within this field 50 Skinner Coke Heaters -
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    |Mrs Falrfleld.f. A. Bowen Connecticut.. LUBENSMENTHOL !governor of Texas on the Democratic to the acre kept the temperature at 45 degrees, a temperature rise of. 10 .degrees .

    (111 Oarfleld% Ave..) ticket. but will enter the prac- ; held it there throvgh the night saved a valuable investment in seed, labor '
    Olendale. California. tice of law in that state.
    and fertilizer worth times its former value.
    Mrs Ldnnle C. Wlngate.. ; now many
    (Admiral Apt, No. Kn$. 10. Foster COUGH DROPS Friends of Mr. Owsley had asked

    Avenue) Chicago, Illinois. him to stand for the gubernatorial Skinner Coke Heaters cost little to buy and operate. They turn loss into profit
    I Irvine .Johnson for." se and throat election before leaving his position as '
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    Coloeado 1811 Mount HnrlnsTS Washington, Colorado.Road, head of the legion but he declared by making, early'planting safe and early selling possible.This ,

    Everett Johnson. Give Relief that if he were elected he would only Vr

    (U.. Mount Wsshlnprton Road Quick leave, the governor's mansion "brok -: -- - -a----- I

    Colorado Bprlng-a, Colorado. en in spirit, body and finaniclally"H coupon brings -valuable information rL". .. . .... ?
    (Bishop Irving P.. .Johnson,. Ouardlan of Mmt rDumtfln "I. ." c ,. .
    Irvine Johnson and Uverett Johnson. ... -",.,\... ... -. Will enter a..laws\ firm in Dallas -it places you under no obligation. Pill it i I VicetdLs 4iii. 11l'
    '(lilt ., ) . taown
    Moent Washlnstton Road) \ composed of legion.men to be i .

    l-JColorsdotSprlnsis, Colorado' ..... L a* "Burgess, Owsley. Story and Stew. Send it. ..- I ....s ..... :.. __ el........._ #
    I Charles Cavannajh. (address unknown). "',Nothtfti; :Uk..U; ':JIOiatt J. i.liM;" art" on completion of lecture tour i .
    IAND TO ALL OTHBR PIIIRIION8-fN.) a. .
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    II55JE7''J! !, > nr Tfl. RIWAFTPH! put r6WtZ7 .tbdl' P1J11er OQ .the et, tie "Uft 7'.: V .- '. .. I f'l
    EBCRJRICI'R:8I: L K$TATa7," .'" ;:" 7' .11* a tour otte'! nation" daring; U. a ,4 lk. (*aterUa .-
    NQTICB'I* lierebT-ajlven to'TOG Alul "Jh.... 'ric'; :" .ir' .- .."It'I ;C : '
    *eb er yo..>U.tW,j*. KIDC .as ... .;.: 'Y4 _. : ': ; .J.I Incumbency: agi.Jieati .f' the legion t 'SIanneMachiner, ? i :t1 = :& .
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    loletaator of the Estate. of. ...m.. .c Mr. Cvwley travelled 61.240 miles, ,
    yaouwrbo, ........., baa filed Petlth mad and! (
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    travailed 18- Il .4I't.r. .
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    EIGHT KISSIMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE: WlM*, JANUARY, 1924

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    METHODIST CLASS GIVES during ,January.. A mixed fo.resOI\I. -- --$-'---- -- ----I----- -

    fl'H. BIRTHDAY SOCIAL TO TEACHER contest in which drawings will determine
    .%, ([ NSOCIE1rSREALMJ I the pairing of men. and wogclfcrs "' "
    The birthday social given, i bv the will be held this month. A Monroe Thomas 2A&GE
    Ladies Adult Bible Class last Friday putting green will bo established pear

    BRIDGE FOR THE evening at the Methodist Church the clubnouce in order to make jos'i i' 18 Emmett Street

    COLLEGE GROUP Bungalow in honor of J. W. Busby ble several putting contests for th" .

    i Monday afternoon, T>ecem1,>I''' !It. as their faithful teacher, proved to women. ...,...,- --.",--:.. -- ......., .... ..,.- ------ .
    Miss Carolyn Fripp entertained informally be a very interesting event. It Was* The winter tournament to be plll,11In '
    intimate friemJi a surprints entirely to Mr Btisby and January, will be the fourth auuii I -
    J a group of he of what the Corrl Gable PHONE 47 .> .. : 'Reslde.Jtce Phone 71
    who had been" Jiig-h school and college! \ wasn't aware was foing/ tour to be played on u
    until ho arrived at the Bungalow of the Junotoumanicnt _. "
    associates, at six tables of bridge.Chrixtmaa on course. The winner ,

    i decorations predominated where he found about t.hlrlylCBt\ I ""US Koland) Sa Lln' (''',1, _' '. _............ ___ ". -." __ 1. _
    -holly and Chirstmas bells in profusion present to greet him on his birthday1' with] Jack Sheldon ai runner-up. The : .
    I ' made tho color scheme of red occasion. A fine supper was prcpnr- winner of the September tournament
    V', and attractive. ed l for all present and eVery one! appeared waa T. E. .1'rice with .1,'- II. McDonald '.'

    Fruit green salad very olives, saltines. hot to do justice to the .umptuou os runner.vp., \ .

    chocolate with bon' feast. The winner! of the November tournament Will Be Mond
    whipped cream: Lathe Operation
    bons and Christmas cake were nerv- After the luncheon, Mrs.' :MrPlirtt- just tiided. was T.V. I'alniej: Our Big New y.
    ed. ten! representing the cia!<.K. prescnte-d Florida: state champion with J. fc.

    Miss Jo Makinson was the recipient Mr. Busby with a beautiful l>ir\ fit Junkin HS lunnei'-up. A large/ field ofgolffis Ilchit1eVotkIf It Can- Be Done in I{sitnmee '
    homemade candies \hich I the. coni, -..
    of 4;.," prize for high score, Miss. Lou I assorted wil be uttiacted by ,
    "I, Over!reel the connotation! and Mis she said was to keep him ,.v\c'N'' inir .loui uuir\' touinnmeiit and it i i- ;
    4. ; ,1 Mariraret: Rrunson received the cut I throuirh the commir M-ar." Mrs :Mc- I likely\ I that four flights of 1C; pla> cveiich $ I I We Can Do Ie
    I : I (Phatter then wave un, address! <,{ nr>- % will l I.e ijiriioiced I with iittuu'll\'.' I

    f'' prize.The jruests included Misses Ile'en' prcciation to Mr. Busby, coninivrxliiMr, I pi.i/px I ill each fi I)tlit.i !
    I Bass. Violet Pullock, Brumon nun for his fiithful service; ai their :Maintenance i force* Oil the rurv! ,

    flrnoB; Gilbert, Normii I'cpiry(Griffin, Lui-y t tem'!her for the past ele\',*n y"iii'.>-. me t I being i meri'ii'-ed and I the i

    t I t: Lupfer Dot and Jo Makinson FoilJMcNeil I After this address! Mr. Bushv followed iind greens lire beginning to f"il'I I _ ..... .,1C.PHOIPT .,;-.. __ .- _
    !, 1'earl IMcWhorter of Um.i-' J with n re-ponw) of npnrei i nillon to (.ire<'U of tcnilir! iir". The < i ,

    tilla. I.oU Overptrret Klizabeth Pnrler. I his !Iclass for thi-ir faithfulm1! !IlK ruled ii' I the ljc"-t in I the state, UK' : ITTFJN-TION TO SMALL: JOBS AS WELL AS LARGE
    } Jtlaiiruret: and l Mntty Stanford !members lint! nlxa foi t the honor whiili ....ITj lug; viiKiotlrer" thnn \.Cl' Irrttirohile '
    I Emily Sanderson Mary Tiller Ail.! I t they had bestowed I ,! upon him i mil I fm, \\ the fmrw.iv:. ale .Mro(>tli alii% IIi I _

    Louise Simpson (Carolyn Walker and I I the enjoyable ha nil<]Ui-t$ w'liih' i tliov hud l l'airnnfred i mi, I ill suite of lontmutil() tl roll ,oh I: ) I II. nr : ,

    I ,I I Auru( !
    :Mr. W. I.. KuPork, Mr.. lluni.-r' I 1)1-; I dress to his "']luIsui. l iouirhl! a )ic.iil.\' I II No. I .rt'.4! 'i t" )make IhchAle' ..,. - -=

    I lard and Mrs. Victor Hill of Nil H', "''-- applause from all I" (-(111. I I|: iaput I "f li\e: hun he. more, IlIl7.ard.III/I / JOHN( R. tWI\: :> Quinn should! languish on the ''sub size was not belied! by his method,
    ''ee.DANCED. I Other) talks were given 1 bv :Mi"Ackelman and a mound,! will I"1 ) eleven.He He calls a spade a spade -no '
    i iI and by Hc-v. Phillip1. 1'/) / I the 'lift thci( ,' I Se\ (Mli| :N at ionfthCoimandi r of ''rh wns Drafted to be a cheer leader no less. "I never call a man ttor*!

    THE" program of the e\eninir waM' (.1..,.. 1 will make} the ,'n.I1'",. *till\ mo.eesting ; i".r- I .\merican Legion ', and /graduates! of California to 'at." he says, "unless I know a he'pA ,

    (I I OLD YEAR OUT I by those piesent wishing/: for :\li" / are planned! /ihn/, 1 H. ( uinn WIIIh'n\ i.l "( Uiuifl'- I this d:1t tell of his ability in stimulating polecat. Then I know he isn't t

    I. Misses Mallard" and Mallie Stanford Kn-by many happy; i/turns of t hunlLt. : _ i ',\11!!." between I l'orlCI\ i ill I le uiiil I I UiU- C the student body and in stimulating to resent it very fl' ri." going

    entertained Monday mtfht. Ne'"v I IJ ( )'. ()lnIIEHInIJEIl': l ; "* : "I'"lidl.! ( idifoiniii July 17, l )v:1: His' the teann t they cheeied.! 1 Hewas I He has fteijui-ntly ridden, rough.
    Year's Eve, in honor of their e.Ji-! !Mr. Husbv lia-s a t..n."I'III' iecoid, father, j llaiiv jiiinn I bud nignitedn .
    xci'Rixi \TEZI71n-: I |riudualel' ill -JlIt-lItI 1 1 : ( of the -hod over the pet idea cf friend.but ,
    1 ]p re friend. Miss Tearl McWliorter ( attendinir/! :SunduM, 'hool wit ">Utmissing >m lila" Keirast. I Iieland !t. .MIStri'liu most populai I i men i in his classH.uk . his friends ulvvays find *-
    I of Umatilln! Guests were enti'itnined a Sunday I'osmblv hi' )record , I I I .;(J and I lured I the out their
    : Simrilv I n day pIlS-'" I that SHIIK'- I in 1"11. by piom-u well' Quinn to ride I.erd! onthe idt'iis needed riding down. lie ii
    i J. v.'ormallv early in the evenmif nt I for attendance cannot In extelledin I one doenot drop into. Ihe (;inretteofl'uf. \ >U'ij Wi.ilth of ('a Ii fiinia. hail,! iignn' I fainiK I I laiuh. I He 1 remained here I a -stjlist He is not a finished not
    __ll the Stanford home the O.'ceola Mi. Bii'-by lield speak'
    later county. I-
    pnrtv : (Ii' writ 11 lettei I ', exor<--sinirtheir I "II"jral'.t( 1 and had settled in 'Keui until! III the spring of 1l1 I 17. when one er. He is first of all an
    went to the R. G. Minick home wheie in high eKteem by all who }know hurt . American
    .. I I! nppiecmtion of I the weekly copies "oLllllyJthuulCh larry & Uil1l1; ( n day he 'MIS "iinijing"I a herd l of cattle then a Californinn, then a California
    dancing until the ush'injf "' and we find him to he a man wi, h a I I ,
    was enjoyed
    If I teM',1 I ' from the 'Inuf '
    ; result ( A flu( tucu t \" -t. \I'llI
    .. \ they ,are I leceiMng! as a I ( up to -pi'ing paxtuie/ in the dry rancher, then the educated .
    1 in of the New Year. andcake strictly clean Christian ihaiactnHART gentle
    J. Punch : I the county c-oinmis i i ioners' decision I I" 1 1j tn I t ilit same; sto('k that < |1'0.1, Ilw ,IIwlld"w hills. and received word thaI man. "The cowboy with a 'ollp"t'Jul"ation"
    1, were served throughout the ev :MKMOltlAL THANKS I ; j j 'IUICI1 i",' I the county( by. nieans ofex"- nall"n. (III '4I-a: j giauit. ra111)11" I IIn"! I the/ Unitid :Mates: had entered! thewar he has been dubbed.( The

    ening. Cirv FOil NEW \\ .M I.h eml I Ii ii 11(1 red three<< ,: months'; sul'siripIKin l.luiueuJui; a man If inllal"-, (' an.J ,leI I He s.nt application for the phrase fits.
    Guests included Wishes Pearl M1Whorter ---- |I to The (;nettejind, the Sunt I I."...J. Ce 11 pioU"'I'' Millon)1/ <",4e1 a. tir-t ,,offu-ei" ,' trainniL' camn in lust as
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    J Ada LoUise" Simpson, Cft ("- On behalf ofthchlart :Memotuil I I Cloud Tnbuni1 I Jla1r'!/ lJllllln 011 11 trip 'II-t IlIId hilt "lOll as he could' but h(' wax one day ---

    lyn Fripp. Violet Bullock. Mary Corporation, I wish to publulv! 'x- An (''(ainJlll] ] of t the tenor of inii-l' I .I.ItIl, I K a t It. lohlrt"oll of N orr h ( '//lIt I. too Jatf and .ilid' not get into uniform .\MEIUFIU'IT GROWERS

    If'r. Margaret and Miss Brunson Knulv I:: Til'l press appreciation to Mr. I DougliMn. / of I these: i is tin-) folowil1.t'r! ( frum" ; ," \\h... 1414.. had! howlI t hi' "jsion.euhuuol : until) tlu _(',-(,nd camp opened I at the IU .\IS OF. CALIFORNIA: FROSTF. :
    jt derson Lob..l.] of Chi'o ; and the citv officials for t'nir"Christmiis '! In 1:ua.: n.iiM'd l by The (tlarette\ th! ,' '-Illrit.! jOIl" I"'k to t '..hfI'III'' I I'residio in San I'ranusco in Augu t. :
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    Messrs. Milton Graham Goidoti Rifl" to u-- ill t the) fonn t Ned Bullock Joe Soars. Jack and : I A MI no lin all, 'he naturally was lean Fruit G .
    .. put 1'\\ ('rs Inc., his issued
    hn\e r.i' I 111"1. I1in.t
    splendid i I cement walk I li.idiiiir" i l fiitntlin some I im"<> 1 a' 1111' t'm. III'oUII,1 Iho' !
    Bryan Simpson. Will 1\Io"on Tiller J t ude i walk to the iluor of oui )be.iu, ,i-op\ otKUI' irood paper and 1"I' I Ij ( > h.It', "I'h, I" I' hiulatud, hiutti f duutt' : III the Hr'III\''. He didn't know aVery a letter to the company's packing
    McGowan of Miami, Arthur Nave, tiful little liuiMing/ .1 \Ke. n Kie..tly; "u1t4r.t. .1 l 1-1 itK'ssinuin\1\ j I rt wat"r f",, his l'In..h. light from a Lewis I machine hous* covering his. information vii
    Krause, of Runnvmcde, Ad Gilbert ; .z UII, or' a ,Kieiuh. "."> from its ( I recent California cold! weather
    Til's: kindness aii'J fit, hit- has\ t tI ,, l t , 'aiMllon.1 the
    'ill' ,
    (gu1 1'() Jtv I cone (11111111'- \\.IJ pro\.d II I \
    "t i Iiuj.}
    Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Harrows, and Mr 1 lie leialli-d, h lu..,ZCI" I :. Ii; from , I .. 'but he did know horsean( t letter\ which went out under date of
    1'-.II..rully ] gini ,
    and ; i'.u tune I ( \\ 11I"'n :,Pt( )11. I .1\: It 'I\t-j I li.IIOII( ) u 11'1' -. I
    Mrs. Victor Mill of I .
    NarcooHS knowledge mid for bin evident leader I January 2, followsWe
    building .is UM"d. tI"// I \pecttil\ It "'"llh t I" me<< 11.11' ''il, (20jul11. :
    Mr. and 1- llm\ 1111 :ao1'\u Ii '"
    MrK. II. C. Stanford an.IMr. / he d'ew ,
    I; and Mrs R. d. JMinick .'i..t.J. 1 MARY( i EI'Inl.: .\ \, -4 '""hlltl") / lull\ I l is i 414' f tin') ,.o.-t t / lit- i ijrlii'''' .\'i iiri, -lill h a gi.I' : d!,. "! lain-h.p. within thiee a 'omml months.';-Iun He us rap- from are in receipt cf a wire today
    the MissesB n ( 'halu man :\\lal"llin, ('omnnttee. Unit ; 01| most I "on( I 1 nl'ill:1! .i"f 'I idliUi I\ t i (to ,I.. I u ;jt t tb us npi'i.itI ; ,,,11 an I : I I Stanford in recpuinjr :Mcnuiiuil t ( 'i ulporutt i | i on -ill' .> I town ui.il,J 1Know I |,,,,|,| I % ,. \mi, ,"uI \ ).""""' "1'1 I In, I IIf'III"! IuII1I II" i .indeil! Hutt.'r>' l P of the :.148 Fielditillery that there was a heavy froet
    i I that 1 Ilia' I le . \ ', i>\ C1.eiIs. |II"| went through in los Angeles and that there might
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    --- --u-- "" ,1'I"I take"i i luJ pl... of II,.
    ]MORE WHITK: M .V r AMI: I I ." I I the, :Metier-Argonne., and Will cominandiiig be exaggerate, reports put out about
    L f. ( 'OIL') l (.,\H1!.KSOI; .r I l.I!INKS \ 'Illj; IIlleie's J \\ i-M' .is t the di, in"> su| duttr of the .
    SIKEKrOHK 1HO:; :\ KContinue I'I'i his outfit when) the Armis-. the flamRf.Ion.: . However aJvied )
    I nnothei' in f >m Ou) they
    l I (i.irriING: :M.N: | < I ( i.t'M; "' fi nutly, I h"'\\\1'; It is l 11.11(1| iv.- -
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    I.. "J i.III* .SOtlK.( W I,I'ks \'cm hnvc<<' lui'i shuill. I ti I e \\ 11i"lll'd: | i anl |he WItS Rert, |0lieves that in the "Pomona. Covina
    ( from T'.. Oni-l. ',,1\ Oinp'isiii' onl.\ l I"''i ill' 11- I t with the of occupation I uplands and San Pimas
    rt ,In, 0 der to tliininitc' ('OIlI'tt'1 -. ".I'n-I.r Pie Tin' Down at the waterfront ,the "" 'h'] in/ ( ;It rmanv Shortly after that hi* I showed ice en extreme limbs.
    is whii h I and<1 }keep" mutt ch( Miming i on i h,. (! one "hows] wonderful improvement I' .nipanv\ went to Hrest. where it iind.! io" >otl. Lemons
    her anil .. put sl
    hand. my"f .irtlumniir considerably
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    ) in the ) at ( or-il ( ;ijliles. Prdfessicni'll( "1In' "i'I''! ,s Ji ilnld, 1'ioin I the 'Ji'jiiH'! , "
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    p-ist ) '*r. The ui>- in several limo) h- building, maradnmmads damaged., (
    orona
    i hole Clrnle-5 I II. 'I hom hn1" animupced th:it tu KiH'iinniec: nextei t Il. If .(oliii jinnn' and hi< "1'1,1' as childrenii' , t! Riverside. High.
    iChtly( west of Ruby avenue, other' outfits coul home. lamin., and
    a l we {fmil a Miitjibli' apart men t \'U i IiiI ajienil \ HO\ go Orange county no damage;
    is now level toiirsip.itrolmnn t and adjy I m.istei\ I '| 'Ii\ < eight i miles I a d.iv with I u ho r. '
    a stretch of ( "
    ', I claimed from Lake sand ie. will lucid suav this seiisoni $1 the I winter I there." <,,iiii| ''iUir/\, ; : to itttcnd) .h,1.1 "Kinillv, apiain and ,battery did. } ml get back I warming up today
    Tohopekaliiii.City I (to the. United States to be From the
    musteredout
    '. ; The above it that.
    1 Manager i roui't pitrolsill) i I I lie "t'lhlih-I i :I"lh..I' tcliool\ ,,! was& limit i>,nl\, n\e" appears
    Douifhtcn has had several 'II to .. until :March 1 111* 1!9. The menweiemostly come damage has been done in .,
    plots planted to Bermuda ( .liminathl'\ ei>nve-tinii. 11'' SOIL l'lmtFnY! : iHk-s ,)\\ "y, Imt I tlu- ilistanit' lingth! certain
    grafas :MI r.tana ranches! and ''''('lIonM and
    t they if ice showed I in
    t ned ,
    En golf fiom I Inwnnd.( I N, J. "ni'd niraiii ti iiirht ,inil"< lu-n
    I > w it
    an experiment, and the !liound.uu < .1 riKMr, J.E 1111'1.1'I(; ) I 'liked" their fruit the '
    .u of the fill are planted, to this s ha\'incbwn) eniraired: l 'to }ki ep; nint-li! ,' "I'iftI, )\(' tune fi.r Julin ti> go tu 'high/ (commander but. saysQuuiiitl. !I", pn bubilitv if that there will
    grn "They back > considerable
    I too late /
    to prevent washing. The drain moving, deriding WWII one nutfh"u I (' it should! | I plowing and! t(>o early for the t IOIDI on account of fruit drying anti
    L'O throujr'i her the of the .
    J the light plant, which have herein- no iuiiit t< li. I 'iell. rturu.ent UIIt( unity f/innii was graduated from the I'ortcivi'le '
    harvesting"mde that the
    what ronstitutea lost from that theywere crop will be considerably reduced. -
    fore been a ball and of United States will fix in position the '
    a source of much mud 1 Jun'ilhtly J High I School '
    an h..1 : in l 111)6.( kn time U
    conditions have all !been tty ouestionv of the Junks' ", cornerstone of the new home of he present there
    turned I require diplomacy to handle I (;.'orgeVjishington I'ost of the deudtvl hthad bad.! ) The captain, returned\ to his home no reason to bE'l it'that there will
    underground. j "
    I t the lake. Around the and empty barns into I I A caddy houMe will b built btwo->n Anu-iican Legion; in Waslnnirton. ter..J P'uigh With xhnoling for the lime I 11111 1,. en i I ranch now at Pelano Cal, tointi/ i not be considerable fruit coming "from
    city un- rest into the life t.f ..
    the first tee and n- -.nwboy. there a new Quinn, Jane now fiveTbe California. 'However with the
    the recent
    _; anitay puddles have given place to'' No.4 green to 1 hH i post is I the pioneer post of thevt'terans' For
    F \ dry ground trash accommodate the caddies and the cud 1 j organization and its new two years he rode hard captain-rancher had been married wind damage and cold their crop wiU
    heaps have with
    disappeared a zest that pleased hit ,
    I and;! the whole section pnj.. dy master. A golf ball niarker.wihl be home is expected to ,become a national niadc him the pride and fatherand. of lust before he went away to war. be cut several thousand, car .
    purchased to enable envy Another miss Charlotte Ann. ageJtwo
    ', cents an idea of what wiU. be. when e-olfers to mark hrine for legionnaires. cthei* .
    : : :\ the waterfront their new balls at the ft rst. tee. In The governor of practically cowboys on, the f-ancb: and a half 1 is also a member ,of
    improvement is cofli" cverystate In Pountv' Jud..>'. W '
    ftut Cnurt. ( Coun-
    ', the education the
    S plete. future all initialed balls must be has forwarded a small amountof lured, and Anally family. There Is a stepson Bob ty. Klortila In the matter of the ft- J
    \ ", }, returned to the (lwn..rswho- will be cement for this. purpose. Further John went down to lierkeloy, across by Junn. Quinn, twelve, left-handed. hate of I... H. liraxtly. drcvasvd. N.'- *.
    \ ..."..' Little' expected to Day 10 cents to the finder. I. representing the far-flung 'membership the buy from San F.-a ncsl"f! ). anil en- and red-headed. I tics of application to ...\1! ,minor' 1nNUTJl'fI -
    Joe .
    : "Pop, I got into trou ter\'d the tereata ] If HEHKHY OIVIIf:
    "ble at school today and] it's all Caddie will not be permitted to sell of the legion the flag( staff! of University of California, asa The new commander ('11'1"I'came that I will. on th> loth day of Krbrilr -
    fault." your golf balls. I{,|I the new home will be set in oils from freshman. His brother Arch. .-ntt I i identified with Frank S. "Reynolds >', A H 11124.1 apply to the Honorable

    i. Joe's Pop "How's I Many tournaments are plnnnH for every battlefield on which Americans >rH Herkelev high School "t the Po'st of the legion which ...as or-' T-. l i. fiimrr, (".unty Juit.r ".""oli
    : that, my son ? the next three months fought the KUn1l' time. fly then John "" ,I'amrcd ( .iinty Klnrlria nt hi. unit at Xliiwliinie -
    appealing a in
    World us
    ; in Bakersfleld in .
    I Little Joe: "Well war July 1929. >. Klnrldn. M
    remember i at AM. to cell!! lit
    you I'
    bfth to giant Moie than
    men and a hint of the ; .
    six
    I ttle
    when I asked you how much million women golfers -- A later he organized Merle Reed l'rh'RI" p..1. thiIntir of the fi>lt"w-
    dollars! wag ? Well a BlinJ bogey competitions will be The difference between Satan and fvel-tx\o of sinew; and brawn Hint 'nso I'oct of Delano. The California Department -I ., .., lo-wll Nona Uoula> Draw
    today and 'helluva ,lot'teacher isn't asked the m? started within the next two weeks I the road department i is that the for- <-\i.lcnt! today wa"i.il, >!l.. then. He I of the Legion- looked on ss dv its 'IIMr. il. Junr Prawdr. Ulndvn Ma-
    IJrawdy Ucon
    right Emory
    and looked and
    Drawdy
    will 1 like
    answer,"-Exchange. continue I through the n'er makes his detours more enticing I good( foe tbull material 'both posts grew and in 1921 elected 1* II IIrllwd In thr fullow. 'Inir drprrlhproperty -
    A winter tournament will sellKon'l l Knoxville Sentinel. i and ,he tried hard! to 'ink. go"d For him department commander. The o'd! situated In Oarrola County -
    a yenr he played with ho Klorlda. to-wit All
    IS
    -- strubs I i next year he was elected national or block
    -
    -- executive -
    --- --- Th) &'n Tor two years he played and (1 of 'h. Town of Whlttlar saahowi
    vurmtvsiib.
    -IIIv' - 'II I ___""" tf!. .... Yv.. IT ""v.- He was big, but un he HHJ',t himself He first committeeman became prominent for the Legion.in national ''William by tIled th corrected 4th Krtiruary.plat. of 1 .IS.Z. aa F.

    H "little slow for theursity, legion!! circles as department IIhown.. In Plat Hook "U." pair* 74, 011'
    .
    I and too green muvbe" His senior commander. ( ola. County. Florida recorda. TM.the .
    j : At gatherings- of the
    Condensed 3rd day of January A n 1T4.MAMIE .
    Statement y..8.lhp. student '
    of hotly deeded I 1 that Legion he was invariably singled out A. DHAWDT.
    : nobody of such impo"ing appearance because of his size (he's six feet two A. Onnrdlfln for ...M minor

    BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY a..d- general- -! -popularity as J-hlR. and built proportionately.) And his "Attorni'JOHN'HTON for paid A Uuardtan.OAHKKTT, ..bt

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