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 11, 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: VID01150
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BAND'S NEXT DRAMA MEET LEGIONNAIRES TWENTY-SECOND WILL COUNTY. FAIR, COMMITTEES, HARD AT WORK, TIlE ANOTHER BUSINESS CABARET WOMEN BY NARGOOSSEE. GETS


ON TUESDAY NIGHT Holidays Discommode And Regular Other Attractions Meeting TO MAKE THE 1924 EXHIBIT THE BEST "Cupid's Open To Cabaret"Public Next Will Month Be'Thrown By SOME COUNTY FUNDS -4

Schedule For The Post <> Producer' Of "Purple Cat" ,

Advance Ticket Sale Looks' Christmas came on one of the Amusement Committee Planning: on Number of Outside The Buslnesf- and Professional Chamber Of Commerce Of

As If Biggest House Of meeting Post nights of the of the American MakinsonCarson Legion.- Attractions To Interest The Little. Folk While startle Women's the Club populace it' again.getting After ready the to Prize Citrus Section

Series Will Turn Out The meeting was postponed-for a Good Music Is Being Arranged For Every Day January meeting of the club which Gets Financial Aid
minute-one week, and somebody remembered was "postponed a day ahead" so the
Tuesday night of next week,.January that would be New Year's Saint Cloud presents a more than 'hibit half peck. cowpeas, velvet beans. members could attend the minstrel Setting forth thefact that thai'
15, will bring forth the widely I night. So the meeting was postponed -i ordinarily busy appearance these soy beans, or 'other legumes. show, the information came that next section of the- county was a heavy.
discussed and long. promised temper- until January 8. Then came Co- d.)'.. Almost everyone you meet U Class No. 6: Bee products. Best month somewhere in the general vicinity taxpayer into the county treasury, a. '
ance-drama, "Ten Nights in Bar burn's minstrels and any organization -I on Home committee or other, getting quart of honey: Best display honey of the time allotted to ono committee from the recently organis
IUom" at the hands of Kissimmee's who tries to buck that attraction ready for the County Fair to be heldIn in comb: Best display bees wax ((5 Saint Valentine the club would!! ed Narcoossee Chamber of Commerce
own home Drama-Players, under the ii S. O. I. So the post meeting the city park from Wednesday to pounds). .. spring another entertainment in the appeared before the Board of county
master direction of Mr.' and Mrs. Wi!- was shoved up another week. Saturday, January 23 to January 26, 'Class No. 7: Potatoes. Best pack nature of a cabaret. Some there were, commissioners Monday morning to
liam Triplett. But that would bring the meetingon inclusive. The main exhibit buildingwill all varieties (Irish): Best pack all so 'tis said who were. strong for reopening ask financial assistance. They wers
This famous play, which will be next Tuesday night and that's the be the new 'Tourist Club House, varieties (sweet): Largest potato, Ir the "Purple Cat Cabaret," modest in their request, suggesting
the sixth "community" program presented night of the band's big play, "Ten recently built by co-operative effortof ish and sweet. generally recognized as the most successful the sum of $26 per month,and calling
in KlFsimmee .since the work Nights in a Bar Room." Most of the Saint Cloud citizens and visitors. Class No. 8: Miscellaneous. Best stunt of last year's amusements attention to the fact that the board
was Introduced here bv Mr. and Mrs. legionnaires want to see what it looks The club house has lately been paint half peck onions, all varieties: Best and of putting on a second had given the Kisslmmee and: Saint.
Triplett last March, bids fair to totally like In one of those things, and besides ed a harmonizing:: gray and with its half peck string beans, all varieties: edition of the same. Others thoughta Cloud chambers $1000 each.
eclipse the gratifying( success some of the legionnaires are wide porches offers a splendid setting Best half peck lima beans in pod new name would be better. Finally) The members of the board recognized ,
already achieved by the Drama members of the cast. Dr. Geiger, for the exhibits. (green) : Best half peck okra Best it was decided to call this season's the justice of the claims of the
Pie yen. post commander and Fred 1'hipps, *7he rest of the grounds will be devoted half peck English peas green in pod: extravaganza "Cupid's Cabaret" and Narcoossee gentlemen but were in a
The vehicle! with an enviable record post! adjutant, therefore scratched to other phases of the fair, and Bet! half peck peppers, sweet and to stage it on the Friday night preceding quandary as to what to do as the mon-
of sixty years to its credit, was their heads again. They finally decided the city contemplates closing: Seventh hot: Best half peck spinach: Beet six Saint Valentine's 'Day. ey from the publicity fund had .all
recently revived' in Now York where there was! nothing to do but to street for amusement concessions. heads cabbage: Best six heads Cauliflower : The location of the affair has not been expended. After considerable'
it enjoycxi a continuous run of nn! .. postpone another week. The next Chairman S. W. Porter, of the general : Best six stalks celery: Best yet been decided upon, but announcement discussion and questioning the attorney -
month in one play-house a most unusual meeting is therefore scheduled for managing committee,' 'expressed six stalks rhubarb: Best six bunches confirming the report of the for the board the appropriation -
if nor wholly unprecedented engagement Tuesday night, January 22, 'and woe himself at Tuesday night's meetingas parsley: Best six bunches radishes: contemplated doings, and setting the was made for the remainder of
for a plathat had long be to any conflicting date! favoring merry-go-rounds and Best six heads lettuce: Best six lettuce place thereof, is expected shortly. It the fiscal year, from the agricultural
'remained on the shelf of early successes At the !last meeting of the post the similar attractions, in order to givea plants curled leaf: Best six is understood that the finance committee fund.
To the present generation it man whore name was drawn to "win "county fair atmosphere," and the bunches onions, green: Best dozen -of the club will be the general The committee consisted of S. J".
is .a new work, though randJ11"! the pot" was absent, and he thereby I members of the committees present squash, yellow: Best dozen squash, manageressimos of the proposition. Triplett, J. Edward Krause, and Victor
and "srrandma" wi1 U tell you how lost the money. It went back to did not gainsay him. Negotiations white: Best dozen red beets, table: Miss Violet Bullock is chairman of I M. Hill Mr. Triplett acting 'as
they enjoyed it in their younger days soak. and will. be augmented by next are in progress with various! conces- Best dozen turnips, purple top: Best that committee, with Misses Margaret spokesman. He said he bad spent
and they will also tell you that they meeting night's acquisitions. This sionaries to take care of this featureof dozen turnips white: Best! dozen ru Stanford and Norma Griffin the [ five years, since leaving Osceola
want to see it again. means a double shot for somebody the four days events. A. S. Mc. tabagas: Best dozen parsnips: Best other members county, in various parts of Florida"
:Mr' Triplett as "Joe Morgan," the if he's there. If he isn't he's just as Kay is chairman of the amusement dozen carrots: Best dozen cucumbers: At Monday night's meeting a committee I searching for a place .which woukisuit
drunkard, makes the character a study much outs luck as I if his name hadn't committee, and those who know his Best dozen red tomatoes: Best dozen was authorized to go ahead him better than would this coun
not a mere dewrnded weakling but been drawn. liking for this sort of thing are anticipating tomatoes any other variety: Best (Continued on page four) ty. He had not found it,and now tie
rnthrt- an admirable type a man of results. dozen tomatoei green for shipping: was back to spend the rest of his life.
intelligence\ with a heart and a soul, SCHOOLToARDlAS The plan is to have the Saint Cloud Best and largest watermelon: Best From the standpoints of health, pro.
a love for his fi-llowronn and a deep Rand and the Kiscimmee Concert dozen eggplants: Best half peck rice: BASKETBALL WITH ductiveness, climate, and possibilities,
affection for home and family, !but Band play concerts at some time during Best half peck oats. he thinks Osceola county has the
fallen and powerless in the grasp of each day of the fair. Perhaps Class No. 9: Fruits. Best! exhibit lead. He reported great activity on
the 'rlomon until after the redemption REGULAR MEETING the two may "double up" and play as citrus fruits grcwn and exhibited by EUSTISTOMORROW the part of the business men and cit..
when fortune again smiles on thus augmented. Some big stunt to one individual: Best box oranges izens of Narcoossee in recent months,
him. Albert Sutton is splendidly officially the fair i i8 contemplated each variety: Best box lemons, each which was expressed by the organic
adapted to the role of "Willie Ham Extend Campbell Bus Route : announcement open of which will varioty: Bert box limes, each variety: First Home Game of Season tion of the Chamber of Commerce
mond." a fa'xored young man who be made next week. Best box tan el'ines: Best box Mandarins The citizens of that community have
goes the pare end nays t"c rrl-p. And Authorize Additional I Automobile : Best box grapefruit, any variety For Boys' Team At Local been "cleaning ..tip'" their, remLMa
Miss Helen Muss as "Fanny !Morgan." Teacher In Saint CloudThe concessions will and be other allotted commercial : Best box tangalos: Best six Court Saturday NightAthlt'tlc and their streets, and have done a
the drunkard'H, wife pomesM-n! every ._ __. I free but must their space quarts kumquats: Best six quart great deal of volunteer "pick amt
<|UulifU'ution\ for the character ani regular January meeting of housing and protection.. provide Concessions own basket of guavas: Best bunch Caven activity has been resumed shovel" work on the roads at no cost
will apppar to excellent advantaft, the O'ceola count board of publicinstruction I will be given" to local organizations in I dish banana: Best bunch lady finger since the Christmas vacation and the! to the county.At .
while "Little Mary Morgan"; will in- lust Tuesday morning, Saint Cloud free, but outside and bananas: Beet bunch horseshoe bananas boys of Osceola High School are present they are campaigning
tr duc Miss Alta Ruth Ovcrstreet, Best banana to get a hard surface road from Nar-
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was chiefly devoted to routine busi- commercial concessions will be charged plant fruit: practicing! hard for their first home
who was selected for the part afteronMfrrine ness.. The fiee .school bus line at 25 per cent of the receipts. Best exhibit of I pineapples (four): game. This will be tomorrow (Saturday coossee to the Orange county line.
,' n number of applicants. Best exhibit of (six or more) with provided Orange county will meet f
Campbell was extended three mile Sam Brammar, chairman of the papaya ) night, the Eustis High them.
Mcpurs. Sidney RiChard and Bill to provide transportation for elevenmore decoration committee is planning on Best exhibit of loquats: Best exhibit team. Eustis is touted as a fast aggregation He said they were selling the
Smith as "Frank Sladc" and "lUrvev '- punil in the Campbell schools! not only decorating the fair grounds of nerstmmons!< ((12 or more) : Best and the game should bean city to themselves, and that' they were
frr>pn." two of the other characters exhibit of strawberries Best developing a splendid spirit of civic,
on plant
additional : interesting
at. an cost of $20 per but all of Saint Cloud and most of one.
both draw small parts in this! month. Walter Lanier is the driverof Owrfola county in that vicinity. He I exhibit of strawberries, crate: Best! The athletic association is fin ncla]- pride. ,
particular play but both are important this bus. would be appreciative of all do- exhibit! of strawberries) quart. Iv embarrassed and the people of Mr. Triplett reminded the comnaissioners -'
and both will give the proper nc- The board authrrized ad.litonaltpach..r very Class No. 10: Nuts. Best exhibit Kissimmee who enjoy a good that the first prize for cltrut
an nat' loans game
(>n" or of flags or buntings fruit
at the
counting of their' work. i in the primary depattinentofthe to helo him realize his desires along I pecans, paper f-hell, ((2 quarts or of basketball should gratify their desires Jacksonville Fair. was;
Iei) 1'0 and impressive though it'" I Saint Cloud nchnols. There are th lines. {: more): Best exhibit pecans other along that line tomorrow night, won bv Narcoossee. lie said the first:
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beautiful lesson I Is, the plot is nicely between 150 and ICO children In the than paper shells: Best exhibit any and at the same time help pull the prize in the coming County Fair
The in the club house has would b* awarded to .
of clean( Ftage the
balanced by an abundance first three grades which have been other nuts. bov! out of the hole. aame4place
laughing material, affording grout provided with but three teachers. The be"-n reserved for the art department Class No. 11: Meat products. Best The Kissimmee team is composedof and predicted that history would 'TB': '
Fren-'n exhibit, while the Red Cross will have pet itself .long this line. in all fair
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opportunity, for T. action of the board authorizes a new single ham, 20 nounds or over: Best mailer players than most of the ,
who in the principal comedy an exhibit and emergency rest room single ham under to come. .;" .
anpear teacher for the overflow from these 20 pounds: Best tennis with which they will compete
role, that of a droll careless,. haopv- three grades.'! / tinder the direction of Miss Likes 5 pounds lard, home made: Best single this ;year but they are fairly fast He asked for a resolution from the
'.go-lueky individual, "Ramole Switch- The board also approved the actionof Saint Cloud's public health nurse. strip bacon, home cured: Best They have played but one game this board prohibiting. the dragging 'of
..1." who find that rum can be made the local board at Saint Cloud in Mrs. F. R. Seymour will have:charge exhibit salt pork: Best exhibit sausage season, that with Daytona High in logs on county roads. but was informed '
faster than he can drain the .glafti. replacing the seventh! grade teacher of the eniries In needlework and home made (5 pounds). December, where the northern lad by Pat Johnston, attorney for the
and who in the end finds happineis Miss Cecil Ramsdell, who had resign other women's products, in additionto Class No. 12: Poultry: Best exhibit shot a couple more baskets than did. board, that such a law is now on the
after turning his bock on the tempter ed. The Saint Cloud board has appointed her duties as memberof; the* managing poultry by an individual: Best the Cow-punchers. books, and was given advice. as-'to
", while Mrs. Trinlctt as "Mehita- Miss Fisher substitute teacher \ committee. cock each breed: Best hen, each The line-up for tomorrow night's what measures to take
bio Tartrlght," the sentimental for that grade. For the convenience of those who breed: Best cockerel each breed: fray will he taken from the follow- J. Edward Krause proprietor of
Fpininter, with the "M..rryVid"w" The nrrhitect's certificate No. 5, on will have .entries County Agent J. R. Best pullet, each breed: 2 pen, each ing: Milton Graham center; Youel Runnymede Lodge, who has recently
hat is afforded an equal opportunityin the Saint Cloud High School buildingwas Gunn has compiled a list of the different breed (four hens and a rooster). Johnson, Richard Bandy and Rav- returned for the winter, endorsed the.
the feminine section of the cast referred to the local board for classes showing what should Class No. 13: Women's Depart- mand Tyner, forwards; Park Doughten. remarks of Mr. Triplett ami joined
An advertisement elsewhere in this adjustment, as the architect claimed Le entered and in what quantities. ment. Prize ribbons will be offeredon Clyde Harris, Alfred Wilson, with him and Mr. Hill in voicing the
issue. supplies further details. that the contractors were not living Particular attention is directed to the all kinds of embroidery crochet and Fred Lupfer guards. appreciation of the Narcoossee people .
entries. This department will drawn for the action of the commissioners . '
up to certain specifications in some poultry work tatting, work, quilts
of the work.A receive exhibits only in the individualor rugs tapestries and door panels ROYAL ARCH CONVOCATIONON in granting their request.
GOMMlSSlNERS'WANTTO communication from the school pen classes.' A pen will consist basketry bead work stenciling. I NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
trustees at Kenansville recommending of a cock and four hens. Less than Class No. 14: Culinary Department: BANANA
this number must be in- Prize All Royal Arch Masons are cordially CONVENTION
certain improvements, such as entered as ribbons will be offered for best
EXHIBIT IN N. Y. drilling a well electric lighting the dividuals. exhibit of bread biscuits and rolls, invited to attend he regular convocation .
school house, and building new lavatories There will be first second and cake, pies candies, canned goods, of Kissimmee Chapter No.
I was taken under advisement, third ribbons for each head in each preserves, jellies marmalade, pickles 10. R. A. M., Monday evening January COMMITTEE NAMEDState
14, 1924. Mark and Past Master
the required for these improvements class. Classes under which entries relishes butter
us sum
Vote Money For ExpensesIf wasv in excess of the will be made are: Class No.:IS: Wood work and nov degrees will be conferred.J. .
Joint Committee Can Get amount of money availa.ble. Class No.1: Best individual farm I elties. Prize ribbons will\ be offered Nathan Bryan, H. P. Conventi to be Held
exhibit. Glass No. 2 Corn Bushel for best
: : exhibit in various articles In Kissimmee
Together Proper Exhibit WOMEN'S CLUB AFTER of corn, any variety. 70 ears will be sirs this class. SCHOOLS OVERCROWDED on Thursday
considered a bushel, irrespective of Any article not listed above may FebruaryTwenty-First.
ROAD ADVERTISERSJanuary size of ear: 10 ears of small-eared be entered in the class under whichit AS VACATION ENDS _
TJie joint committee from the prolific corn, any variety: 10 ears of will properly come. Every exhibitto Sam L. Lupfer, Jr., vicepresidentof
Chamber Commerce from Ki'sim- Meeting Was Well AttendedAnd large-eared corn, any variety: Singleear be entered must be an Osceola Insufficient Room And Not Enough the Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce '
mee and Saint Cloud found the coun Good Program Presented With of corn any variety. county product. Exhibits must be I Teachers For Eighteen NewcomersWith acting in the absence of President
tv comissioners receptive to their Action: Taken For Improvement Class No. 3: Best half peck peanutsin delivered to the Fair building in St. Eight More Due MondayThe Carson Farmer whose motheris
proposition that Osceola countv havepn hull any variety. Cloud on Monday, January 21, in order seriously ill, yesterday named an
in the Klsnimmee
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exhibit at the Rinrling All Florida The January meetingof the K'sslmmee Class No.4: Cane and sorgum. that they can be properly placedand of pupils entertainment committee for the
Exhibit next month at Madison Women's Club at the Chapter Best 10 stalks cane, green and other arranged by the opening day schools now approaches nine semi-annual meeting of the Florida
Square Garden. The same troublewas House last Tuesday afternoon was varieties: Best 10 stalks Japanesecane January 23. hundred. There were eighteen new Banana Growers Association Thi'
met that has greeted a numberof very well attended and a number of : Best 10 stalks sorgum: Best Notify one of the following about pupils enrolled when the Christmas convention will be held in Kissimmee
enterprises, however, namely alack matters discussed.: The feature of exhibit syrup from any variety cane. your entries: A. J. Geiger, V. M. Hill, vacation last ended, and school On resumedon of on Thursday, February 21. C. L.
of public moneys. the musical program was a cornet 4 quarts make an exhibit: Best exhibit G. O. Rickets M. O. Hood Roy Well. that three Monday morning.have made top Stokeley, of Mount Dora, is the president
The joint committee held a session duet, played by the famous cornet from sorgum, 4 quarts make an S. W. Porter, Wm. Landias, Mrs. F. parents application of the association and S. B.' ,
prior to the meeting of the board in duettiit James P. Locke who is wintering exhibit. R. Seymour, or County Agent J. R. for their children, aggregating Aultman, of Kissimmee, I is the vice-. '
who will be the
which they discussed the possibilitiesof in Kls'iminee. The rest of the Class No. 5: Legumes. Best ex- Gunn. eight more, over president.
having Osrola county represent thoroughly enloyed program Includeda - --- quarantine period and ready to en- The entertainment committee appointed '
ed. Thev finally cam to the conclusion violin solo bv Mrs. S. H. Bullock, ter school next week. at yesterday's meeting of,tNi'l
that the exhibit Itself could ,l I.e vocal solo by Mrs. Sam Story and a WELLS NAMES PEOPLETO PYTHIAN SISTERS TO Taking care of the big increase this chamber, is: J. M. Willson chairman! "
collected without expense to tho reading .by Miss Vivian Floyd. year has been a difficult problem to I. II. Clay Stanford II. Nelson Makin-
COLLECT EXHIBITSChairman INSTALL Prof. D. B. Shaver of the
OFFICERS principal
county, provided the county ..ould Pursuant to communications from son Miss Rhea Pherigo, and Mr*. U.
He
Kissimmee schools, all the
finance the exomses of transnorts- the Halifax Women's Club the Kissimmee -- year. I J. Burrows.
Of Exhibit Committee Of Public Installation( Officers For has had to give up his office and every .
tlon, and traveling and subsistence club appointed a committeeto A letter was read from the Jack
Fair For KisMimmee Has This Year To Take Place On accommodation imaginable has
expenses of a man to accompany the write to the various national advertisers County sonville Board of Trade, asking the r
been made. The addition of
exhibit and look after it in New who are displaying their Appointed Sub-Contmitteemen Next Thursday Nights twenty- chamber to pass resolutions urging
York. That was the proposition they ads pn bill boards and other highway -- six more children to provide places that the work on State Road Number
The executive committees of the The public is cordially invited to for, and proper instruction Is a prob- '
put up to the commissioners. beauty destroyers, asking their voluntary 'T.bree. in Nassau county which it
Saint Cloud Growers Association and attend the installation ceremonies of lem with which even his erudite brain
S. W. Porter sookeeman: for the co-operation in doing away Qsceola Growers in naming committees Kissimmce Temple No. 21, Pythian i I" unable to satisfactorily function. be part of the i> 'I
joint committee, told them he was of with these methods. for the County Fair decided thatan Sisters at Fraternity Hall next The fact that some of the old pupils the rushed as
the opinion that a suitable exhibit The club went on record as asking exhibit committee should be maintained Thursday night, January 17. Refreshments are out of school temporarily is the of (bridges ,
could be arranged, through private President Coolidge and the Florida in both Kissimmee and Saint will be served followingthe only thing that has saved. the day so
donation, if the commissioners wcnld I representatives in congress to stop Cloud to superintend collection of installation.The .
guarantee $500 expense money. The I the drainage of the Winneshick bottom entries. A. J.; Geiger, agricultural Instructor officers for the year 1924, who far.Mr.. Shaver said this week he hopesto ,
agricultural fund luckily had some lands along the upper Mississippi in the Saint Cloud High will be installed at that time are: have an additional teacher engaged I Sunday |
.money left in It and the appropriation river, between Lynxville and De- School is chairman for Saint Cloud Most Excellent Chief Mrs. Betty to take care of the overflow from I .
was made from that fund, the Soto Wisconsin and urging that all and Rpy A. Wells for Kissimmee. I ;Paulk; Excellent -Senior Miss Eliza the lower grades. But even with a
committee stipulating that In tau the upper Mississippi bottom lands Mr. Wells this week named several' beth Waring; Excellent Junior, Mrs. new teacher he does not know where I :
they found it Impossible to arrange lying between .Lake Pepin Minnesota .. ttb-committeemen to..assist in the Mary C.rdner.l Manager, Mrs. Gladys they will put the class. The worst U 3.
a suitable exhibit and a representative and Rock'Island, Illinois. be purchased work. County Agent Gunn has his Graham; Protector Mrs. Agnes congestion is with the', second' third .
one, the money would not be asked by ,the government for a national lands full getting readylor the fair Brlnson; Guard .Mrs. Pea rUe, Bryan; ,and fourth grades.' March-Pass ; :
for.' I came and fish'preserve. These and U unable to see everyone who Mistress of Records and Correspondence Meanwhile the period'for legal consolidation Grand : tf&i' :
'.. .. ,The member of the committee I regions are prolific breeding groundsfor wants to.exhibit. The following comnUtteemen I Mrs. Cora''Wood beck; Miatresa of the three special: tax ------_. ;
< *>< from'.Saint Cloud and KUslnunee *ak' all 'warm.. ..terffoed.' and game hare therefore been named of"Finance, Mrs. Pearl Snyder; Past school districts .hat.,.been. Dance' Char i
e4 members of the Narcoosee Chapi- fishes espsclaUyJlack'>*as. This resrion ,. each-with his own department' to Chief, lira. Grace..Maldnson.NEXTv and the.petitions for a comr.leted.; ,....:.ii.; ; .., '
ber who II also a natural feeding ground ook' after have' been the. March""
at.the meeting,' to join'with them In for.Vwild fowL tonr. bird, .and fur .Strawberries, A. tv1 Stinebaoghf AERIAL .$TUN'1' SUNDAY number of ,qualified] voters. i Sej'eWoi ,
the undertaking. /;J'U..rd Kraess baring.'animal' .The" ladles actedaponthe Bananas, S B. Aultman:'Peppers ,and ,- 'r
.,, :endorsed ther'actlon "-of.;thejttoi&mii | idea that with tbi region a eggplant, J- E. Lupfer; Citrus FrnlU perfonnlni *flyerawhowere: : 'to have fer, ,;Jr4oZthsttCbamb.rc> < ) ..Con, -. I -... .
'toner. expressing'the belief that'theadvertising.yalue nationally 'protected preaenre,' great H. C. Piano; Field Crops' Clay Par- appeared last' Sundaybut could not m.Te.4,; committee,, .have[,been- ..cir.cplsUnr' U."i '-"' : ;; : J .
.,.' .of *n exhibit at the result cofht be aecnredjn' re-stock. tin;,Poultry, M. D. Alexander;'Worn- do so on account of the cold weather, these petitions, and .would IntermesMr. \
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., '- "- '' whose net in- .
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'MASSACHUSETTS EX-SERVICE': t -1'JIsFoR: 'TAXPAYERS 1" come for' 11121' was $ ,OOO or loss, und
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( income was in excess ,of $5,0f0.; An
January; 1.. 1924, marks the beginning additional credit of $400 is allowed
The Massachusetts department' of n, GUN:>:, COUNTY :AjUJSNT.; of tho period for filing ncon1 the American Legion u on record tax returns for the year 1923. The' wife) dependent upon the taxpayer
against the payment of a second Two weeks more and the County period end .at midnight of March 13, for chief support if such person \\i
s state bonus to tho former Berries; II Fair will be ready to open lie sure! l)24.!) Heavy penalties arc providedby under 18 years of age of incapable of
men of the World war, At a recent to tee some one on tho, cxehibit; committee (the revenue act for failure!! or wilful self-support because' physically-! or 1
tate, executive meeting of tho veter and let them know what y-j-.i .refusal to make a return and pay mentally\ defective. *
ans' organization a resolution wni expect to exhibit. See A. J. Geiger,, the tax on time. The normal tax is 4,. per rent on' tli->
paced, placing the legion squarely |V. M. Hill, G. O. Rickets, N. 0< Form 1040A, heretofore used for first $4,000 of net Income In excess of
opposing this payment. Hood, Roy Wells, J. A. Minnick, or 'porting1 net income of $5,080. and the t exemptions: and credits and! ] .8! erCt'llt
Service men from Massachusetts your county agent, and let (then i \less, from whatever source derived, on the remaining net income. a
received $10 a month for each rnoilh know what you will put into the fail. ( has bcen' revised in the interests of
they set-veil until January 30, 1918. Be suro to prune your prove fior., the largest class of taxpayers-WBRJ If )'ou.are single and support in I
Then the state voted a flat payment oughly before the spring growth earners and 1 salaried persons. Reduced your lionie one or more relatives over Rare beauties and distinctions
of $100 for each man who served In starts, as it is oh the dead wood that I from six pages to a single sheet, \whom you exercise family control
the war. Recent proposals to pas disease's are carried over from ,)IIt' Form ]10-iOA is to be used for repoitmsr |1 ypu lire t the head of the family :I'l'! in lines, finish and upholsteryand -
K third payment of $100 for the roamer year to another. This applies i"+,p.- net jncomo of $5.000 and les< entitled, in your" income tux return(
service men is regarded as unnecessary dally to melnniRp which is. the main: derived tIi icily from salaries; and for the year 102.:!, to the same "-x- the great mechanical luxury
in the belief that the adjusting cause I wages.. IVrpons any' part of vh w.' i iincome "nptions' grants n inn"tried; person. of that
v of compensation should fall iiifr up at packing time each )'car. is derived! from a business ern j ;These art"" $'.!.-O(} if the net i iiiconH1 '> an engine actually Improves
on the federal government where the \Prune thoroughly: now and spay: profession, farming, sale of property/ ; was $r.IIIIO) (i()() or less /and 1 92,000' ( if tl"' with The wonderful Willys-
state has already made provinions for just after the fruit, sets is the! wuy -tn [or rent, though the'amount( is $=,0011< ') net income was more than :$!u.lJI1.!!() I In we
at least one payment. keep down the number, of russet ir': 'I or less will be required. to use the Addition the bend of a family l may Knight sleeve-valve engine is
hr I Ii your fiuiLYour. largerform, 1 1010. The u"-e of Fori.i claim a sf-100) credit for each tiei'sonellpendent ) .
( seed l beds for such plants /.I" 1040) is. required alo in till cu..-. upon him, for chief, sun- j the of engine used in
same
40000000400000400044j tomatoes and 1 peppers should I Implanted ( where the .net in'onw11" in c'xee-> I pat if such person" i.s! anuli-r I 18 yea's; type
j : DR R. J. DENNING td1 ut once in order to have the of) $5,0(1(1' ( ( ( n-frnnllefB of whether froi.i of age or inrapithle! of self-supi| I' the finest cars of Europe. Sec
0 DENTIST 4IC plants I leady as soon u..q dimmer cf salary bu 4 Over the i'ostofftce 4i frost is over. I tnahl.JUI"'I""". (i I the Willys-Knight for a
i 4 OFFICE HOURS: -> /Don't forget to disinfect( nil seelbefoie I It boitiir! impossible| to determine' nt I It l-'or example, a son -u|>poits in !.j-j
planting, this: ap illl!. I: I lime I which form r is .h'.-irc'd. copies 1.. good ride! .
4 9:00: to, 12:30: 1:30 to 6:06': I t Hats home an aged! mother and two :-<1 .
4 Residence Phone 174.Office-,- takes very little time and expense ir i of both forms, will be sent taxpayers 14 and 1 Iii( v"nrof age. lii.s net in-i I
O Phone 158 4 do this and is u jcoo'l insurancengaintt who I hied, individual leturri" 'come for 11(2:1(: : wax $3O/111.: ( I Mo/ is i-n-I,
several diseases that cannot for the I IWJi! :! and be obtained ) '
44444440004404444444 t year may iitl'-d to nn exemption of S2r'(00( iilvn i
---- ---- - I be; destroyed any other way. Full: I also ut the offices of culU-ct It.oor 'i'i SIOO redit for arh /'nd\'nt/ II
. . . : : :: : : : : ;;:;: I
- - .
I 04:400'' directions! were published in this! n.i- internal I !revenue ant brunch\ offices : total of .*.",TPi.( ( While \I"- pays no I) LLTFEIl & PKATHEIt GAHAfiE
h 'per two weeks nifo. If you have nriplaced i.-- upon' written request. tax, he must file a .return' 1"'atHf"I.is 'I
I MILTON[ PLEDGER this paper, or forgot' to c-ul Int'l income was in excess of $1,000.4n (. I' KISSI.M.MEE.! : FI.OIHD.WILLYS.\
the! "schedule out. see your county) whose, :income
.4 lately single person net exemption) as tin- head of -Ifimilv >
ATTORNEY AT LAW agent nt once and get instructions! fair, the year 11:1 1! :!:! war :Jfl.OOO o1 can be claime I liy only rn.'I|
1 -J-Jr5 > State Bank Building 4O for doing| this w'oik. as it wil [be well more or whose gauss illl'ome'a' $5:;,- I iremlier of a household. ( Continue i '
j
KIKSIMMRK : KIAIUIDAQ. > worth your time 000 or more und every married coi-: next week.) '
q 44044 00444044444044044YJ St. Cloud will hi- the center of -it- pie (liviiiff together) whose net income _. I
.- --- ,tractions January 2to:\ :2(5!(:, as the was $2,000:! ) or more or whose I
- 0 Fair will! br there. Letr\ 'rol ng ;Namerd I
.1 0000000040444406440f County on gross i'll'onw11" '-(1(10.( ( or more
j P F. KRIBB8 W. J. BTKKli! c know what you will have to exhibit, must, tilt an income tax return.Broadly !local] doctor recently wa.s paid a
as we arc tr'injl."to make this a truly I it-
speaking income
J | KRIBBS & STEED : representative exhibit of.: the entire I Icuunty's all income received. by gross the taxpuy visit by a young; negro who c'liiiplail1 -

+ Attorneys and Counselors at Law 0 products. I'' during the; year fiom ,salaries] or wut- 1 1" <1 of pains in the chest, fromlikli:
4 Klssimmee, Florida 0 Gel your land in good shape before es, busine, trade, profession or vo-. I he ci uld l get no relief. The dortjri
General practice in all State and *. planting: a crop, this spring/ and, YOU/'I' cat'on, dealing] in property' interest, i mad", r..ad.for. an examination' un 1
United States Courts. + returns will show much lu 1 1/'( rent or dividends. or from the Muni- ''applying' ;; his stethoscope, said: .
00400040040044044000 proper care is given through the IUd..n. of any business. cairie.l! on for I I "H: 'l'.n't' like' your lie-ari: m-tion.; KNIGHT
4 growing reason. profit. Net income i is gross! income I You'had" some trout sv th iinginapeitoiis
40000004000004004440 Jet; your Fprll'irgma'hilll'ry in ies.s ceitain specified' deductions. for , haven'tou; ?"
$> PAT JOHNSTON n. r. OAKKKTT ** shape before\ the spring clops begin: business expen-es, bad debts! tnxcetc. -. "You I is I inda right doe'staid. the I
& GarrettATTORJJS
Johnston to come on. _.__ __. __ I young! exaggerated brunette, Brut-I! I
T-LAW The exemptions, are $1,000( () for ,s n- ning! sheepishly, "only that ain't herKxchnge.
FAIR DKCOKTION> : CO.MMMTF.KWANTS ( :
gle prisons, S2.r:! !>00 for married cou 11:1 flue." : : I
4 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank : FLAGS; AND: lil'Ni'INGFperson' : (; I
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4 -
O K1SSIMMEK.Building KLOIUUA. 4 ,.v > in Oscoola county who .... .. ... .
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00440400444444444440Q have flaf" or l bunting( which Could. be I I.a.dl lsa ,allllr.e..P 1 .l r1t 1111> -1f-q "' -
made available thcdecoratiiii com
.OOOO "a Oo mittee1, for the OM-eola ('oulll)' Fair
.. .January :2i:! to :2!>H i, ale asked, to communicate I
J. H. CLAY STANFORD :- wth Sam Brummar the '
--- 4r chairman of that eominittpo. Then- Ii i
r 4 REAL ESTATE RENTALS 4 commiftee i is planning clahoiate and j YOWI1 DREW CO S
AND INSURANCE:" 4it beautiful decoration", and av l'i' + -
it < Over Bank of Osceola County 0i ; I whole fair i is heinj, g conducted I l>v en' I I
i 4 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA 0;
operative effort( of all ac.tiunt of til'
.oooooooo.OOOOO.oooo county opportunity is thus pruvided'i,
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I <0 0 O '++MoX-40444004 for additional people to help.
I
ELLIS F. DAVIS : All Would lie Vanity HereIn -
] Entr,]lml.! Henry Roycc, inuknr of I II JANUARYCLEARANCE-
ATTORNEY AT LAW 4 has ; !
Offlcea- 4 I the Rolls-Royce had a titue! I
$ J3a Oxrpola County Building himselfre<-tt-d. That muy wort :ail
r"lt thaarrrr I Criminal right in England, but 0\> t-r here sonic
O ]-r.<-llrr ; guy in a Ford i would knock it' ovebefore !
KI8PI.MMKKJ FI.OftlnMo \
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44p4Q04004d:+ +'S'40O night.-Nashville lianm-r. I
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LUCILE JOHNSON 4 4 DON'TWAIT TILLYOU'RE
<-
< JUSTICE OF Tiff PEACK 4v
'* PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 4 DOWN SICK
CLAIMS HANDLED 4
..h' STATE BANK BUILDING 0)coooooooto minute you feel a little]
oootooo.ooo ". THE the weather, get a bot jzaw
.' of Judo's repto-Mangan. and 10th Anniversary Celebration
Don't wait till you're down sit-k.
Take Gude's of ill
+ as a preventive
VANS AGNEWATTORNETATLAW I
A.
F P. ness-it will enrich your blood, and
build up your enea'gy. Your drug-
gist has it,in both liquid and tablets.
OFFICES I Free Trial! Tablets To "" for >ui'r rlf I
Winter Park Florida um i.Hh-.Ui.riinit: Friday January 11 to Saturday 19
I value of Gud '. Vptt-MitnirHii. write l.MJuy January
.
N for no geuerou.'l'rlld money--ju,t. Pjlc'kjir0 name| and of 'fubl.dJrvsa... Send to ,

r .o.ttOO oooooooooo >>. J. ilratMiiLach. Co.. 61 warren St.. N.Y. .
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,':," I 4 Real M.Estate TILLER Agency :t t Gude'speptoMangan 8 Wonderful Days of Bargain BuyingThe

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O FIRE. LIFE. AND ACCIDENT dr1 Greatest Shopping Event on the January Calendar arranged for the of
O INSURANCE 4 Tonic and Blood Enricher purpose clearingout

: INDEMNITY BONDS *. all Fall and Winter merchandise, all broken lots and surplus stock, regardless of former prices.

oooooCo But the amazing thing to our customers is the fact that
. our bargains are just the things they

KISSIMMEE. PLUMBING want and would need to buy at the regular prices, right now or very soon.

L SHOP -i: vi : The whole store has its special offerings which you cannot afford to miss, for there's sure to be

Nothing Too Big USE something for yourself, your family or your home ; Men's and Women's Apparel ; many things for the

Nothing Too Small SANITARY MILK & ICE DAIRY CREAM COS. Boys, Girls and Baby; Furniture\ and Housefurnishings for the home; Linens, Dress Fabrics and Ac-

cessories, Toiletware and Stationery. I

F . All Work Guaranteed
__ Each section has it's own special bargains. .
,. To Be Satisfactory +
' ; tr t Great plans have been made for this January Clearance, and 10th Anniversary Celebration.

I ,r'' L.5 Broadway_ : Telephone' ,143. Mao-.4 We are glad that as an annual service to ourcustomers we can offer these wonderful bargains.

M/l, S. Call on us today, tomorrow or one of the 8
every
; great days of the January Clearance.
Baths -
: \' Neid's Healing '


recommended for rheumatism, ATTENTION Men's Suits at $24.50: $31.50 and $39.50. 42 x 36 Pillow Cases 29c each.Men's *

}' I eczema, and all kinds of skin FATHERSSanitary Overcoats
$27.50. Shoes
$7.50.
diseases. Also for stomach 19 x 38. Huck Towels 21c each.

IS-J troubleFor bath. and; miner. .J Women's and Misses' Dresses, $9.75 to $59.75.

al water for drinking purposes, Dairy milk lathe 40-inch Brown Sheeting 111/c yard.Boys' .
t 1 leave order at 614 Patrick St., milk for your folks.It . Coats from $3.98 to $69.75. Furs U/:-, Price. -

> -J or phone 208. Your will benefit your baby. Walnut I Dining Room Suite as I low as $198. \ Wash Suits $1.98 to $3.49.
wife and children
< 1i. 1- CHARLES NOD, Owner will like it and it will be\\ Mahogany Bed Room Suite as low as $190.50. Boys' Slipover Sweaters $4.39 and $4.98.

,
i. .,I > KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA good for you.ANITARYDA1RYCo. Kaltex Living Room Suite as low as $135. Girls' Coats $7.75 to $12.50.

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Loa t 4-6 x 7-6 .Grass Rugs at Half Price. Girls' Wool Dresses $8.25 to $16.25.
:
CITY .,*lai $6 Boss Ovens No. 055 at $4.48. Girls' Sweaters sizes
2 to 14, at 248.
our 7h'4'man' 81 x 90 Seamless Sheets
/ $1.35 each.

; : ;MEAT_,MARKET + r Outing Sleepers; ,size_ 2 to 10 years, 85c., k kt


: :Fresh Meat andVegetables Orlando's Largest Store -- i

. 666 -- Q qlity Jid.lt"

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.11'. . I* a Prescription prepared for ORLANDO n

err ,, at' ,- ', -. ,. .," Colds,. Fever and Grippe 'J. FLORIDA\: : :

;PhoneG44', ' It, I.tile.Most speedy rncdjr w*boW"" : :
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KISSIHMEB YAU.KY'' GAZETTE'FRID .NUARY ,M, 1M4 THIIS'w. '
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WORK OF VETERANS' BUREAUIN NEW. YORK DOCTOR RAPS .- ..

ACCORD WITH LEGION PLANS FAKE PATENT REMEDIES .' '. > .. "

Reorganization: of the central boardof Americans have n occasion to i r y

appeal. of the veterans'' bureau, laugh at the African Voodoo doctoror .
recently ordered by Director FrankT. the Indian' Medicine Man. 1

Hines, will be absolute accord "Every day, in every American q
the suggestions of the American city, men and ., ,. .
with
women are using 'rem "
..
'. ''o .
Lemuel Bolles, national adjutant ekes compared to which the ...WJ. "t' ao 1, ' '' "., '''r),' .i ''''b-j'' '>ft' r,y'I
Legion, concoc , .. '
.. :.. *t.- .f : ;
,' t. . ., I i;;; / ,'' t\'
'f''t :
of the legion has declared. lions of the' tom-tom beaters are -,.. . 1' "fi. ... l
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>
Under the proposed increase' pf scientific said Dr. S. '''D. Hubbard, 'Of'.rr 1 . '" . ..,,:,.I,! ,hf...ti'.Jvt"" ",' ', i "., t.. '"..
.from'eeven'to seventeen director of I '''' ''' '\, <' ., ." " ." ':, 'I' i
board members New York' city's bureau )'. : \.. 'f' 'i ) Ut..1" ;. : ,
of 1 ;l '- 1.,.+" 'k: } t
the cases of approximately 60- public health. A 'ear' : .Y" ; .I'f"s. ,
,
laboratory ": \
) ,..., .< .: ,,1 ;. ", ,',.>,'" " ;"'I'JIoo. ( 1
disabled be expected to study Ihow""The -
000 men may : '.0; .
"t to"" .r
pas through the hand of the appeal American people want*to take 1 ': '
\
.... fJ.Yf: o "i
.board., ?Heretofore' the legion ..tJ. a short cut. to health.: ; f .. "' "' I
mates that' less than 12,000 cases. recelved "They buy 'patent medicines donot c'r"" "
consideration. I wish to give the impression that ,'. .It
The'fifth annual\ convention of the all such medicines are dangerous I '
,
legion passed a resolution calling for Some are harmless; others contain
an increase in the personnel of the properties of value. But every person I
board in order that while certain using patent medicine is tinkering
cases were being reviewed by part of with the most valuable asset! in the
the board, other members might ''pre world-health." I

pare those next in .turn, expediting! Dr. Hubbard told of some of ]his I
adjudication. According Adjutant discoveries.
Holies, the reorganization is frankly 1-Anti-fat remedy. The laboratory
greeted as a legion accomplishment. test rhowed it was a coating of gel!.
Establishment of a finance serviceof tines around the head of a tapeworm.

the veterans' bureau, with separate' The tapeworm grows a new body
divisions for disbursement and accounting when the head Is intact. Users get
is another reform which thin all right-but at a cost of life .
was advocated by the legion. itself, ? _- .
2--Another anti-fat solution Plain I

ESTIMATED. WEALTH OK Epsom salts Epsom salts in small\!
TUB STATE OF) )FLORIDA doses 'do no harm. But taken con
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The stantly they destroy the red blood
Washington. D. C., Jan. 8. -
corpuscles, and the
Department of Commerce announces, chemical starvation patient dies of
for the state of Florida. Its preliminary mia. -pernicious anae-
estimate of the value; December 3-The )
forms of reJuvenator compound has I 1
31, 1922, of the principal
come Into
wealth the total amounting to $2.- great favor. Often it is Epsom -
salts
and
42. ,602OOO, as compared with $921,- white vinogarc-The ingredients .
increase of 162.9 are worth 25 cents. The The Coral Gables: Inn, Coral Gables, Miami, Florida.
790,000 In 1912, an price Is $15 a bottle.
per cent. Per capita values increased
Can
e' sufferers
from $1.148 to *2,341, or 103.9 per most pitiful victims of are quack among cures.the

cent.All increased in One remedy found by Dr. Hubbard .
classes pf property
value from 1912 to 1922. The estimated Consisted of the ashes of snails and

value of taxed real property and clam yellow shells.clay. Another was nothing but Another Mile-
improvements increased from $394- Mighty
264.7per Indigestion cures are, in the
1131,000 to $1,440,203.000. or main
aJcohol l
cent exempt real property Increased i a cheap: grade of
whiskey,
more dangerous
than the
from $34,553,000 to $94,655.000 .-
t bootleg stuff. A clergyman friend of

from, $34,422,0 r to cent$38,716.000: live stock, or lie JJr. ended Hubbard In a refused hospital to l in believe the throe this. the Path .

12.5 per cent; farm implements and of delirium tremens. stone on

machinery from $4.943,000 manufacturing to $8-. 6-The soothing syrups and teething .
.96.000, or 75.9 per cent; cordials are in
many cases "baoy
machinery tools, and implements killers"-wnlel'
,
sweetened and
from $28,791.000 to $74.181,000, or ored,
157.7 cent and railroads and containing an opiate. fla\-I
per ; more mcney far good milk, and
their equipment from $189,773,000 to of
ing syrup will not be Progress
necessary for
$233.548,000. or 23.1 per cent. J anJ ri- the baby." Dr. Hubbard adtise!! I
lately owned transportation
7-The electric belt
cure of
-a strip
transmission enterprises, other than
iron
and
copper wrapped in red lea
value from
railroad, increased in ther. Perspiration from the f
$29,233.000 to $62,372.000, or 113.1 body 1
causes
a
stocks of goods vehicle pricking scnnation. The
per* other cent; and thin motor, furniture. and victim There thinks is it ig magnetic force. AUNCHING of the new Coral Gables Inn last week marks an- '
no short "
cut to health
,
clothing 125.000.( or from 108.2$205.160,000 per cent. to No$comparison .a27-- Dr. )Hubbard declares. "The orthodox other stride forward in the stupendous development program

is possible for the' value of it way is to better recovery to improve may seem an inch long a, lay but I which is now under way in Miami's Master Suburb. '
estimatedat !
which
motor vehicles, were
than
mark time to the tune of faNe 1
$44.100,000, because no separate
hope.Ja'k t
estimate wcs made:! in 1912. News Service.Carberry, for International It The Inn was designed by Architect '. Martin L. Hampton of
these estimates the department \
making
In followed in (general the LEGION-WILlTVoTE Miami, and is copied after the Summer Palace of the Moors ad- ,

timalwi methods for employed 1912, though in making it ii believe1 the ell' ON BOK PEACE PLAN joining the Alhambra in Spain. It stands out today as one of the most beau-

that in some respects the work in The American Legion will take at tiful of hostelries in the Miami district if not in the entire state of Florida.
1H22! has been more thorough. It least a partial referendum on the
should be bcrne in mind that the increases prize-winning plan of the Edward
in money value are t to( trfMarfre Bok Award for the promotion of While Golf Course and Country Club, Venetian Pool, the Alcazar Tea House,

extent has taken due place to the in rise recent in prices years which andso dum peace will among be representative nations. The, and referen is ex- Tennis Courts, and Playgrounds add greatly to the joy of living in Coral) .

represent far as that corresponding Is the cafe increases they do not in the pected entire to be membership.balloted on by fully half Gables, the opening of the Inn is of dominating importance because of its

the quantity of wealth. The balloting will be conducted 1\\ pleasurable possibilities. Nightly supper-dances will be a feature of the
Tho estimated values of gold and through the state organizations of
silver con; and bullion the vessel of the legion and through the American u winter season, and a dance orchestra'from' Boston will provide music. .Here

the' navy, and privately owned water. Legion Weekly. Member will l 102 on the terrazzo dance floor of the patio around a Spanish fountain and'surrounded .
for asked ,
works will appear only in -totals as a rule only to vote "yes" cr I

the United States. "ho" on their acceptance of the plan, : : :Avith tropical flowers and plants, one can dance to their heart'sdelight i
after I' : ; ;
its publication :
GRIPPE by newspaper;:. -'I .while the'romance of Old 1 lurks in the shadows caused .byIthe' '' '
Indicative
WARD OFF of the attitude of legion . ) Spain .. ;, _
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officials toward ,. ".."f. -' l*r,3irsf% "'' !'t
Ort rid of that cold quickly before the plan is a stator " Moorish hanging lanterns.And ): '
ment of E. Arthur ball l'
feverish conditions set In and you bar department
a bAd nm of grippe. Leonard! commander for Indiana that while

Couch nootbra and liyrup heals(row Creosoted; throat) cuUthnphlegm quickly universal the legion views any with suggestion for this evening of enjoyment at Coral Gables is yours when you come to in.
and
and, protects I bring tin-relief.lungs If, stops you bare Imitation with hope peace the members interest will at all\ ''spect this wonderful development. All visitors to Coral Gables on the de luxe

a tight rough, load (cold grippe or bronchitis times be wary of any idea which tend Pullman busses which from and the before
return-
s
; get a bottle of 1-eonanU1 Cough ,to compromise national honor or be run your city spend night

Syrup (Creosoted trouble. )Tioe and ward for off moreMrious in variance their with what they were ing home, will be taken to the Coral Gables Inn so they can better appreciatethe
whooping taught by experience in the mud \
couch and rruidy croup.that The safe can, depend of Flanders. Other officials declaij ideal environment which awaits the home owner. ,
pleawnt you that "Any plan the legion ..
upon. I'rotect your children and your may .ap-
At prove ought to be workable."
self. jour drllllt.U.WANTS I Go to the local office today and make your reservations for; '

U. S. CITIZENSHIP RED CROSS AGAIN HELPS j\, seats on this big free sightseeing tour. Space is limited, so do r
ANIJ LEGION EMBLEM VICTIMS Olf EARTHQUAKE
not delay or you may be
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British formerly! a member of National headquarters. of the American

the royal engineers and ont''J'Y
Red Cross last week made funds
World
battle front of the war
available for relief
of the
earthquake
from Mons to the Dardanelles, has
sufferers in the towns of Granados. disappointed.ANL
had an ambition to possess two thing Huasabas and Oputo, state of Sonora
,
papers certifying his citizenship in Mexico.

anal the I.PI.I..United.cold emblem States, and of the the. little American blue about These 5,000, towns and rendered their were populations destitute.partially destroyed An of- fCDRAL .[ .


Hai! rpplied for naturalization la-H t
appeal for food clothing and
emc-r-
his arrival
shortly after
January
gency shelter from the Douglas, Arizona
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from and received his tlrrtpal.er. 1 ,
England -
Chapter of the American Red:
.*. A few days ago he read of r
the action of the American Legion Cross was funds.answered by a telegram

convention tnat provides membershipfor advancing have been Additional made by appropriations citizens jtfiqmfs jffasley Suburb
served in the
any man who arr '
of Douglas!!!, the nearest American
mica of hc: allies If at the. time they city. ,
were or later became citizens ofmrriIl Information
sent through consular
and his first step was taccitain "
channels as to the readiness of Amer.

consequence, :I if: thia he Is were now correct.awaiting As fulfillment n ican Red reply Cross from relief the brought the following of GEORGE E. MERRICK, Owner and Developer

of with risecond the American ambition Legion, affiliation the state of Sonora: governor DAMMERS & BURNES, General Sales Agents 4
"It Is satisfaction
a deep that has
as! soon as he becomes a full-fledge.
come to the knowledge of this executive ,
citizen In the meantime, Hall will
be accorded clubroom privilege* of through the department of foreign Executive Office : 158 East Flagler St., Miami
relations, Mexico City, about tlwoft'er
'
the Victor of the
L. Giantvalley 4
post -
legion in Minneapolis. He says ho render of help the and American come to Red the Cross relief of to \ Fkrida Office: Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Daytona Orlando Tampa, St. Petersburg,

cannot see why any American veteran the towns of. Huallaubaa and Grana-
Sanford Lakeland DeLand Eaiti CocoaG.
fails to avail himself of association dos, which were visited by earth- ,

with the legion. quake. In accepting gladly such a "

spontaneous, willing and -generousact

TT LOOKS ? WONDER:. AGE American, I ask you Red please Cross to the convey sincere to appreciation the- ,I D. ROSE, Local Representative Park Hotel Kissimmee .

and thanks of the govern
""NOcflSHINEr ment and people of this state." I to
The authorizations made by national '11''
I headquarter of the American Red |S !* t S2( g 9 .
EXCESS NOSE Cross will be added to funds raised
in Douglas immediate '
locally
for.fhe . .. ___ ___ -
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cay SDM-OOBR !I.f1 PEWAiIONRIACKNEApS purchase and dispatch tents, - TT-- --rExchange. -
EII.RGEDs. and clothing, to the earthquake refugees A C LE DAR--; FARM but a scratch of what the farmer We Know How H0'' FeltA .,
icms in the Mexican town affected. .PEOPLE BEEN PUBLISHED I needs to know, but it is'definite' and rickety flivver chugged down' the .
RED ISO$ -r important. And this information was) street faster than the cop thought the He W.., Loyal" Anyway .
i WOT JEM* Y.sw. jFVwft I.. Two Sort of Powder Several thousand farmers and ''farm boiled down to the last degree." owner ought to be driving. The cop '"Cant .fa. di'.ror,4.C"
I Suspicuous'Wife.."Where have women of 'the state are receiving Pictures adorn all 12 paces In mostcasea : signalled him to stop,''but the' tUner yer goany; j
II..n "" youbeen and! the anyry.! traffic ,cop: to the fellow,
.. Ys=: J- copied'of. a 1924 Florida farm picture of- various phase o kept right on going. i
--1fII .... isr.a'rh.i all evening home ealead.r."**Thla" Is the second farm or'' home activity. After pursuit, the cop demanded who, tad delayed."a?string'ofi'auto': M1 '
Fulprli-"I'Te been talking bus-! calendar: of its kind I published by the The calendar is distinctly of and angrily. ,"What the "'idea! Wh, several./ Jbfocka ngvtC. "p'V :k"1 y

iR f ,:JIIJ .1e'tisart"eot ,1".Jl101 + ness 'over with :Tom'Baker. agricultural: extension dl"blon"ot" :the- for Florida 'The' 1924 issue'numbered didn't you stop when I told you to!" "V.*." ca1Di1: ,.replied trVrdrtW*ref'-; '
"' t ,. > 1 .ftY: .'!. ;;AndI; supposethat.l: la "baking ' Florida College of' Agriculture 9.000;>A mall-lIum':ihavqbeen: "Well," answered the mani"seemed ; "ItI the| .te (M. '*ls 4 !R lfner':'"*1' H D ts b't t'IT'AT! 'i
' L Farm peopf,wit''', '\thin, It pert'nt.ent 'I a name'to stop-after I .p;r'!t ....:........ ... ':'''' /J 'I
ti, powder'that I 1a'.prlnlded"a11 'ovetlyolrrshou14erriightnkti'tin. wservedVt krik.cars ** ,t? *\ dgri't .11 ledtre"tb.;cis{. "
.pr \ 1 I" I Im+formationtorbagh month' ,of the I ,? ." \ two hour gettin' the or bus .tar ed.I. ."; > nt i :r..wr: 1! t1f .fl'

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VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JANUARY; n, mi: ..

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Nothing Doing I "Quality Plus Service In I iCemm, '

: BANANA CONVENTION 11'1'1 Pertaining? To Churches | MacTavish walll not a mean man 'rial Printing-" Try The' Gasette job' ><|
1 VALLEY GAZETTE COMMITTEE NAMED .. '
: KISSIMMEE : department. ..
J the value of money.
w I THE FORUM I -. No; he just knew :,

,Continued from Pair* Ones When he developed a sore throat he
4 BUBLJ8HBD BY Carolina and Georgia ,which have FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH meditated ''fearfully upon the expenditure

J TUB KI88IMMEK VALLEY GAZETTES. )iVtfn' completed, or are in process. SUGGESTIONS AS TO OSCEOL.A'8 of a doctors fee. And as, alternative "1

KI8SIMMBK EVERY ,FRIDAY FLORIDA. The chamber passed the resolution.The MEMBER, OF LEGISLATURE Kev., Walter B. Knight, Pastor he hung about for a day ,

Orlando Chamber of Commerce Carson and halt outside the local doctor1
'"" Gazette 9:45 a. 'm.-Sunday School. a
l w.: ;;. HARRIS -,.......pr*.ia.nt through its secretary wrote Editor.strikes Valley that : the many "Farmer superintendent. Growing surgery. .Finally he managed to
It me
M Jt O. VANS AaNKW-.__.--i8t.CP ry the amendment among .
proposed
AU.ISON T. KKENCH...._.____.BdllorOn regarding good things to which Osceola countyIs. classes for all ages. ,, catch the great man. wi'
9 i iI'
to the State Constitution prohibitingthe doctor! Hoo's beezness
I entitled to enjoy during the year 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by pastor: "I say
4 "RIICRII..ION HATES levying of a state income and inheritance 1924: ahould be included the electionof Subject "The Religion In A Cake Qf ye the coo ?" '

On.* Copy.Copy. One 81a l Monlh y.ar..I.O&...__ _____.. 1.00 tax in J Florida as well as a man to the legislature who is -inevery Soapor "The Church and Preacher "Oh. feyr, 'frl"! Why FiB it cxslder .
_.,,_ _, exemption of heads of families from ( ye've a deal o" prescribing I
4 f. On Copy Tbre Month..._ ; .toRntr4 fitted to represent the progressive in Community Life. "Spose
:_ : way '
taxation on household goods to the dae fer coold and sair throats? .
spirit that Is. evident on every 6:30 p. m.-Senior B. Y. P. U. 'Up high
( *t the potofflo at Kl*.lmFlorida value of $500. The Orlando chamberis "
eoond-cla matter.) hand in our bounty today. 7:30 p. m.-Popular Evening ":"BI1. j "Ay.
I
ID_ t>*
actively interested'' in givingthe There was a time and that not so gelistic Service. Subject: "Did Men "An' what dye gin-rally gie fer in the air 9
I All communication except from uthorlsed : proposed tax exemption amendment stair throat ?" J
-I far back in the past when almost Come From :Monkeys or "What a
.
I correspondent niut be *lvn- I publicity to insure its adoption as '!. old
"Naethin replied the
I .d by the writer. f amendmentone any man, regardless of his mental or Must I Do To Be Lost? ,, canny "

_I Pejected matter ,will be returned If I Icalhd that body considers most vital this af business! abilities was thought capable 7:30 p. Wednesday.. I'raYl'rmef'ting. doctor. "I dinna want a saif throat. ,.,
of the measures "
for.
I of renresenting this county st1iillahasee -Exchange. ;
and develop-j, t:
fectingFlorida's growth but "those days are "You will like th's church. A wl- ;,
,
__I TFor.1gn Advertising R.re..t.U". I merit. The letter asked that someone pone I /
I THE AMERICAN PR .33 ASSOCIATION | from the Kissimmee chamber he forever.: Osceola county as we all come n ii cordial; as sunshine awaits I .\" Man to :Man ).,

--1 _med: I to take the lead in the educational know is by nature in the center cfi you." I| "\1\1" wife says you have her (or. '.r J.r:

; FRIDAY JANUARY 11. 1924 the most' wonderful fruit trucking ro'ized." ,:,
program for this measure in i i SECOND:' BAPTIST C'H'KCII I
I .
and farming section in this state, t "
!community.. I "II nest, Judlt'p- ,,)
1 : LIFE SAVING The committee which was appointed I| qu y nothing of its marvelous clima'o, it'' nl'So I. Smith l. Pastor I I "I do not ask you this in my officialcrpac't" \"to
and health conditions still _
,
I perfect ;
but Ha
to interview the Saint Cloud Cham- rs man to man.
I has not made the that is to !0:4.r School. R.I. A. ,
A million and a half lives were 1'i'r! of Commerce" and the county progress : a. in.-Sunday rOil understand
be found in other counties in central: Bowen. superintendent., "
in this' crunmisMoneis relative to having nnOiccoln .I I "Yes, your Honor. H
I saved last year of people i county exhibit at Madison andouth Florida. The reason fu: I 11 ::00 n. m.-No :Services.;; I: "What's your secret ?"-Tips.KOH \

country who would have died:! under Square Garden was made p'rmant'nlIlInd i,, thic. I am constrained to IwlieI" (\:10! :: p. m.- H. Y. P. U. .
in 1880 because we were not alive to the T ':0 m.-B..rl11on the Pastor.' ----- .- -- .--- .
1d the death rate prevailing according ,I instructed to co-operate with :I i : p. by ,

w to a recent Literary Digest County Ayent Gunn in en effort tosecure many and l varied possibilities oppo '- 7 :.'<(n) p. Wednesday. Prayer ...
'
I -lecause the earth has absorbed
tunites and advantages we possesS.and meeting. a
-4 Public creditable exhibit with the
Article to which the Florida a
I !I tht'rehh8" failed to exert that ------ supply of heat from the sun. The farther
t Health 'Association has been giving 1 1 I funds thai are available. :I energy! and spirit of progress that FIRST CHRISTIAN CUl'RCII one (roes away from this heat

t additional publicity. The Digest .WOMEN'S:, CLUB AFTER las been put forth in other sectionsof -- the colder theair become How. bal.

I ? wired various localities in crder toT I' ROAD ADVERTISERSePoiMlnuiil I this wondeiful state. For instance, Rev. W. C). Hornbaker B. D., Pastor my the feeling; of7r,4wr,

find out what were the predominant as I Iaid before we have at tim.-i 10:00 a.Bible School. C. E.
from PaLe. f'n..1 in the : GI ..rln& and I
to
for the decrease in the death : i e'erted men represent! us Yowell superintendent. School gfadeel. :
/ reasons Subscription to the ConeregationalPiireot legislature who were unfitted by reason 1 '"
.
r r rate. Practically all of the answer was authorized. for the benefit of luck of education and experience Tourists who are members of the I j Wat.r

I stress the modern phase of the practice of the legislative committee as in public or business -affaiij Christian church especially invited. | when icy winds bite into the skin and

1 r of medicine that known as "pl'e-1 den well and a" to Home the magazine" "Fruit, Gar-I II hut today conditions are changed; we | Sermon I 11 ::00 n.bv m the.-Morning pastor. : leave it chapped and sore!

have taken on a new life. our peopleare worShiP'j
medicine. illustrate "
ventive They "Who Am
I'?!
The Community Christmas reaching out for bigger and better PXiretent Glycerine and Rose Water

the ever more apparent truth of the crrnnjittee, reported that $129.75 had I I things, they want more people 6:30: p. m.-Christian __u_ ____ ____ is not only wonderfully soothing on

t old quotation "It i is better to build n teen collected for the enterprise industries to cometo 7:30 p. m.-Song service. Special SVI.K: S'W Mlllrll% i'." mill iHlfj chapped hands and face, but de
capital more a
.. i more music the Ladies' t.Sil, mi. isi: M 1"1". 3113d..rh<>hli
; fence along the edge of a precipice $121.20 expended, leaving 58.ri.r:; on I ( Osceola, and aid in developing its by Quartette: Mrs'i|j "" .'.1 lightful lotion after shaving. Delicately -
h"pd. Mrs. Bullock reported fo- the W. O. Hornbaker first soprano; : .. j .. with
ambulance worwlerful resources. Our peoplehave --- ---- fragrant rose bouquet.One .
than to run an along Its I :
I Children's fund Rhea second Mrs I.. V.
Home committee Pherigo
learned that here have ; KM[ SM.i': Three liumr! <1 vs 6.1"1
foot." that she had on hand J15 for the pur- we as Story first! ('ontraltoIrs.; : T. M.Rivers r. HIM) tHM, .'ji |I'|I'l I'' litfllllCi. Jili) I of 200 Pur"8t! preparations.
assigned i in the? The House fund fine trucking land as can be found second., Sermon ttiiiKi t Int'K Klfii* yeiirllMK t Uln .
Eight reasons are po.e. Community Subject"Selecting : Every; item the best that skill and
I and are utilizing it more and more l.utta. I 17 :\111..11 I .11'.0'\ < .210(
Florida health organization's ht.era-I committee reported the net proceeds a Wife." ---- conscience can produce.R. .
earn They know that, this is
of the club the time of the roundup year. 7:00() : Ki tI Sl.iKm t 'nlithect '
full time at : p. Wednesday. ( :Note: t .t ""fur"'h-I
In section of the
ture. order they are: the favored Florida for .
$35.1f! f. change time Bible til t I lt\ -liioin I'UMKitli'tt *
118 in ) Study.
health officers; modern school I growing cf citrufruits, and they ..!>! Ill. I lilt ? riXlfill.' "'a> HK"- Hntl ll Un- | G. MINICK
The meeting with th"rending KIO()
was opened : Wednesday. Noteohanee
Know and have known for ma'l1'Y"PilI'S. p. ( iliKhjKli, .",,1 IHW ii. rofcm. niul ;)
buildings periodic physical examinations of the "Woman's, Crew! I ..
; : in time) Choir Practice. .h'Io'' I > "t.tt.'IruII ant rHliK'in -1|
that is healthiest
this the "
of large numbers of people: : The regular meetings' of the KI 8m-' I| "f 4:00: p. m. -- Thur dll)'. Junior is .I. "I I 1..1 flxtiii.o Mm J "I i iI'UKII nt- o-x.a.U Drug Stan
of the .
t n western hemisphere. TheyilsT "". Main' p1" I Ii.i 1 1fill
---J housing conditions; plenty of fresh II'"'' \VoiHn'Club are held the fir t | Christian' Endeavor. Miss Edith M.l-
know that no longer should OI'ooln '- -
air and sunshine water Tue< ; pure pure t the Chllpt.Hot'8". and! nil -itors: j ('OUflt." lie represented tinwf II i'W: ?() p. in. Friday. hoir reheir- .. III.. '",''''' ,.. > .1.. .I ."i.t. .."rI I
milk. and food dimes and babv !' >r hoj e of the legislature by meiHIO .
pure ; I h ,I..i.t 0. "III' to \t. \\ 'jJI n.i. I'
the l
to t ltv are cordially in\ic! < to i i .HI.! All I I members I of the congrfgation t i FOR
.
. SALE
hospitals and the services of Public lit-I I IST. ant'e beauty only in a cow's I 1 p."I l' ,1111'" I. "11I1'1. I. I ..111
; I tend who urged, to be ,, ..., .,
; fan' Mng present( hg "'''' 'IoI I' tII" "oJ l 1.111'
Health Nurses. Visitnrv lot tel to all MIMCC.. I'"p .1 ".i.ii.. -" r... iii I I"r.., '"""""
officers and ( I f.J'f r) (;. \. R. ii M.I. i I ( K eo'.i:', o'intv is entitle toi' A has '.11" "i-I.. II.. ... q :>. H I.....I ",, ; '.
l ; Full time health 1 telephone been installed itt
J JH-I- the l h c-t! of all \, of To Settle
IHTOIlSIf/ ); ) : : OFFICERS) thinJl'8y rea-on j \ \fl..I. :a 4 1. an EstateFive
i .
'
llhe t Chunli Study: :No. .' :.i.
haps some of the others do not particularly -- -- whiM I III'I\ es in return and urelv i it! I '
.
apply to a community t thi- Phe annual meeting of the "tr>fkvnMir i is entitlid, to have a repre.seMitive, 't FIRST ,: --M.I, :. ri\ K.I i ,IK,, s\ hi., I.r-,. I
I METHODIST) OIl'RCHRev. II..MI .01.! I IN I IK.111 II |I' n. M. .t t | ;" i iJl.'t
, "m<) directors of the G; A. R Talljihii'-M'i' that is I hI Ic ,. ., .
size of Kissimmee. Plenty of fresh ( 11 111' m every : l. ,1"( IKK Ii .1,1' I MIK I I' \\
air and sunshine we always have. )Hn'l I at Saint Cloud was held Tuesdayaftpinoiin. I wov to represent this ne- life. The .lulrn! F. Pli'llip'-) ! I n. I U.I I'l.m-u s.i:t-JJ: : .\.uih..1.1' hi ,i. c j: 4ixI'MIC room cottage,

an.| resulted) in the re-elec- \lM7.in<"--s men. the progressive;:: ml'n'l -- -- I with modern improvements.

Our water is famous for its purity. tio'i of the inme ,directors with one i should not delay getting, together a'ld 1 I I 7(1: n. m .-Uni'm i i Sunrise I'rnyvrMeeting l ) |SM.K.l,, ,t.ln., : "riiitlil.i Nl. h.'lH Ai\t"-"'":.11"I !II 1:111./: / -

Iz Our school buildings ale not all t'lat cvrcptn n. "'. If. Entpson wa- el](Ttrl I "<>l I""I tmjr ome,. man who has the ,' in Buni'nlowl:4. I ilnl t. I.'I.i'l.l.i 2.MX Splendid

{ ,: they should be, but the chief old"-. ",I a dirp"tor to !succeed! A. I'. Kip ubilitv. the! honesty und the nerve > i !9 I : ."> a. in. -Sunddv School. J. L.OerMreet I residential
li-i; tion' is on account of crowded condi- n on matters ( ali' .K I. ...I. I If Mnt hi\; *. nut I .'..> I 1' '
tions. We shall that. Cloud. I pertain to our county's welfare, .> | I 11 ::0(1( a. m--Preaching by the pnstor. ,1 ,.i|.\ KI-IK! (i.ini." .iii.l' II.MMKlii- near Court House.
soon remedy
The election of officers I who is ( Subject Contribution lllt i fur this a. II '"II"II'UI. ,
name t the] man not allied with any oi' : "Christianity's i-il .111,1 In-
the bond election is but a few weeks sitme! officers for the new year. the i i interest or combination but who is to t the \\'''rld." Spet-al: music. sit, U, ti. .- l.lwlitlllK. KUHln co1|, I'liMlll : Corner lot. 75: x 150
\\
: off. One of the reasons assigned is president and the .president exchanging bro->d-r"inded and unselfish to sno'i* :' 7 -::10() p. m.-- The pastor will ox- Kllknif, hi-.N.I.1.. liulil.<-i> rlunt,1 l Itt H >Ill. Kin c.i feet with 225 feet of

of very great interest to Kissimmee. plnceA. William Hall wapr'sid i degree that he can and will Rdvot'att'l <'liii nge pulpits wilh t I Dr Isaac Jenkin _ 2-4tc(
1
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cement
: and that one includes two of the ot',- elected "nt; E. M. 1f.ldt'n...( and, vote for thos laws that .stall i of the First t Methodist t church of ( sidewalk. Oranges -
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'HI'| -r.-a. "KiuM.f
ers to a large degree. presidentMrs! : Annette Smith sec- frr progress: and, pro I .
i'p"ptary: J. H. Fcrruson treasurer arc men of that calibre in Osceo'n' I 7 :ao p. in.-\. ,.(I'Ipsday. Iid-w(' \ 111 '...."'r.', ttxroiiiiii it t.-iillaK
I The local chapter of the Red Crows TIm directors include in addition to county plentyof them but th"s' prayer 'crvicc. Continuing: a set, I.I.IHI. r. ij. il-*..ji will. iMirHire IMIUItt and Pecan trees.

is trying to get sufficient funds for |I'hoso officers. C. )F. Johnson. T. A. huto he invited to run for office : of talks on -'ThChriton Life.: ilt\\ lll'llKI lunttH.' H: wltfl llll I, ,II.frultK U jllBf\II.III.IIIII.N.:;IIIIKtd: # fur I'f j!' Cheapest property in

a Red Cross Public Health Nurse. horn.V.. H. Stnuffer Theodore they are not seekers after notoriety Everjbojy welcome to all t these_ fllinlU. !h. n < i.hif'k"II"itrd.lI.i louln.1

.. Her work would naturally stimulate I (;.-orJ't'. and W. II. Empyon. nor desirous, of political boners; out,, services.' Noun III.IIN. holfl furnlluiu, sri I oth rIllinn < Kissimmee at $1600. -
There I I l'lIlI Al( "lr<-.. lir J. H. .
were present at the meeting! j who wruM, represent us at Tallaha1see ---- J..lnl'|
J' baby clinics and forms of physical I rihlil.lliKliHlliiiiK J. M.\ \\'II..LSONExe
many ST. JOHN'S: '' Kin 3-21-
in person 266( shares of the 4.1(5\( if requested by the people. EPISCOPAL CHt'RCII! .
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examinations. The record made: I' shires of the corporation. It was decided This is a matter in my opinion of Rev. ---,--- "'lilt KAUK--(iuinir-- iUaItI'ps- .--. -concern--- 2- 1 (' ''tor J. I). Fisher's;

. by our sister city. Saint Cloud' in the to leave the matter of the npw vitalsmomont and I trust that thii / .b rt New M. A., Rector story hrlck. center liuildlnsr. with 1Z

baby clinic held there.last year demonstrated annex to the new board. The financial communication may bring forth discussion ,8'00: a. n.: -The Holy Communion. mAin room Hour hotel doing In operation KOIII business; store: lot on t EstateKissimmee 1

) one of the many reasons repoRt showed the association to be along that line, and CS'1I.t 10:00: a. ,m.-Sunday School S7J hy 150: can well al' a '
for ?la'1 out of debt except for a few minor others to community having a public m-Morningl'rayer "
taxes overlooked first claim. lit n err' iiurttrular, b..t
sometime in the the of the "" we
county. :
press;
health nurse. A dozen such nurses past and for mall sermon by the rector.; Subject: "Sil location In sewn, ;...' J. Mcl'tinlKT,
repairs. Respectfully ver Wings: and Golden Pinions." KI..lmmt 41rtta I
.
under the Red Cross are now on duty. I -- - - .
. S. J. TRIPLETT. 7:30 --- --
I FORMER COPNTY:' AGENT:' : p. m.-Evening Prayer and KOIt SAI.K Klne .. Laundry
or their salary' provided in Florida.I !'oar'oo".pf'' '. Florida sermon bv the re ldnc prot-rtr.

_ _ I In the tabulation of death rates in PROUD FATHER OF BOY : Dec-ember 9, 1924. Christ's "Epiphany"rector. Sermon.SubjectJesus : I (\iiplv Imi-ttr.m Kl the*'.''m''Z;: <.--e of The Vallfrv 1-tf I
; 20 STEWART '
AVENUE;
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36 state Florida stands seventeenth. The district last -- - 7:30: p. Wednesday. I ---
.- county agents met i -- Ltany.: i-i 'It MA LE I n IIIHM-I iiluntn Uily flnicrrnrlrt I
. Prevention aptly illustrated in the wed < in nkeland. One of the most I MVYOR) PARKER'S WORK GETS and addicts.PRESBYTERIAN. \ ) 25 (-"'nm ruth W. Il. HarriB' PHONE:' 198

: work of the public health nurse, will agents popular "showed and well up known missing.of the" co-'ntv They i :NURSE' FOR NEW SMYRNA: :' CHI'RCII I AI''ONIJ-- '- --HAND- (lM(5. IxiURht. lM>
play an important part it) puttingFlorlda'a waited for him Thursday night and Mayor 1.. :M. Parker of Saint Cloud. Rev. W. II. IrcschD.- n. -piilm1 The ("niilno 44-if
I Paster
standing nearer the lop again on Friday morning. made H trip to New Smyrna last No- I FOR KAI.K. Kor -IIt. Furnished WORK SHIHTS - _ _ _ hOc

with the increase in this important' Sucfd"nlv. while the county agents vembe<< in the interest of the Red 9-4.1): :; n. m.-Sunday School. Prof. ,Itoon-.hi cacti and Hi No The Tr-Uaft.|ia .<..ttfp CarIta.offlre.Ki .10 PLAIN WIIITK SHIRTS 12Mc

: health and were Discussing serious agricultural Cross annual roll call. He did this D. R. .
community work which is at Shaver superintendent. - COLLARS _ __ _ -tc:
evident in many sections of the state. nroblems the door burst open in : the request of Miss Marion Crawford 11 ::00 a. m.-Morning Worship. lit l HAI.I'"n.: <- lot. No 7. In H.iuwfllJlllflltlfill n -

true Leowilsonian style and in bounded of the southern headquarters at At- Sermon by the I I llll'Htffl III ICIIOlJ pRVIllfitiiii .
pastor. REASONABLE
Kissimmee should to the If linrrrHti l iI-aae' PRJCES FOR
respond : write C
I Leo with the news written all over in line with the policy of the 3:00: p. m.-Junior Christian En- 1F'U.' owiiri Hurtlctt) KHnHim
appeal of the local Red Cross chapter his face, as he shouted "I've got I national organization to enlist volunteer deavor. &J-Ille OTHER ARTICLES

.: .- and make it possible to realize him-a ten pound boy." : service in covering the territory 0:30:: p. m.-Senior Christian En.

the hope of the chapter and the aim I Congratulations were showered up- which was too large to be taken deavor. FOR RENT --

for some time past of the child welfare on him and a large number of the care of bv the limited number of field 7:30: p. m.-Evening Service. Sermon 'O-
roi'tity "gents assumed a blaze atti- agents of the Red Cross. by the pastor. KI 'Ut HEST--Jo! mom" hiiusc. and Ihr('., J
c department of the Women's Club ninm it rt
lot tn-nt ala
tude. Close furnished
attention the When he
to got to New 7:30
reasons Smyrna the : p. m.-Wednesday. "itS ri iii' '-'"I. with I
Prayer cine two
or t .
and the 'd"
Mothers' '(
Club. There should for this attitude disclosed the fact rail call had not been and Bible nil miKliMii. I
_ i. I very successfuL service. K M l >uw. 7 Vine HI x COMETO
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be a hundred and fifty men and women that five or six of the county agents About fifty new members had been 7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir

in Kissimmee who will give a have become the daddies of contrihu- secured. A big meeting was called tire. prac WANTED.

dollar a month-only twenty-five tions to the ever increasing population by the New Smyrna Chamber of Visitor .will find a cordial welcome TIlE
of Florida within the last fewweeks. Commerce. which addressed to Vt'ANTKM: HnlUr top d-Mk .
was by a home-like church. CheapV
5 cents a week-to join with the Red Florida grows-bn the native Mayor Parker. The mayor knew I - I. )Mnrtvr I2 Hr) nn at reel. or l I' o Business University of
I.ix:
-k Cross people and the legionnaires increase keeps pace with importa- he was talking about, since his CIIRLSTS CHURCH -------423- x I ,

_ who are trying to establish this tremendously tions. city Saint Cloud has what.// -- -- "\\',\NTI'H--I..oCI\I: aitl.pmanwait..d. for

- :, important work. Red Cross public! health nurse ( Pentecostal) I iHnlininee lOI'HKKVKAK,' and \lclnlty. to Hi-ll I Tampafor
Brack HIIOKH Ii
FOOD) SALE SATURDAY some time anti has reaped the bene Street at Oak fuctory to ( rect from
wearer
; BY METHODIST fit of her i Jar trw ini-nii-j an accurate business train-
WOMEN: services. His address was W. uiltiK HppttiHtuv lriHiirt.i perfect
SCHOOLS OVERCROWDED warmly received and the Milar S. S. Superintendent lltiK Kur full pnrt ltilurfivrlti- ing.
Our
The ladies goal was -- I 'I '('ltt.S-, 111'1 enviable reputationfor
AS VACATION ENDS of the Women's Missionnry set at 1000 new members. iti-: SIIIIK ('t.i' .\
I 10:00: a. :31r.i KIIHI:
Societv of the First m.-Sunday School. l l..tk.at rot-I, 1\I"'JI '
(Contlnn from pnft 1)I church will hold Methodist Recent announcement from the II :00 a. tn.-Sermon by Rev. R. D. Minn ( accuracy creates a greater
I svntation to the school board last and a cooked food sale southern headquarters of the American Walker. III'"II"1 demand for graduates than
cafeteria luncheon WANTKI: > we
'II Monday were it not for the fact that I the Saturday at Red Cross at Atlanta is to the. 7:30:: p. Inspirational milk. To liuy lnrg '1'"< '

:. /, the tentative plan for building: are 9:30::: Bronson a. m., and building.continue It all will open at effect that New Smyrna not only acccmplished | Praise, and Testimony. Singing. Ktri-rt. Sanitary )1'"lr, 116 Main 2ftcIIA' can fill. Suitable boarding pro

not quite completed. These are expected day. Pies, the membership determined 8:00: p. m.-Sermon Rev. cured. Your comfort
cakes and foods by R. ) and welfare
'
othj-r will he offered n'l 0 l SM5Ii.
at IIWAWA! '
that
to be finished this week and upon time, but that Walker. I'l.ANTA-:
for sale. and:! all members I they TIOM l> TOWVANTKI !*!.
and had are
1' the probability is that the school raised $3000 for a Red Cross 2:30: J-.t'It SA1.fo-oll": paramount.
p.
; friends, of the church are invited m.-Tuesdays: Women's Bible I Rolld( block ot five
to public health
board will receive the petition at aPDA" patronize the sale. nurse which according\\ study. Pastor in charge. 1111. 211H ..250et.. NoUI h K 1..lmm. COME
.! to available figures near big dllch.
meeting next week and call makes the twelfthnurse 7:30: p. m.-Tuesday: Bible Study. soil "It..hl, m..Uy rich hlRt'k
I an election for a month later. to he- installed in Florida under Sermon by EIglt.-- for hannn.. culture
pastor. Inch (all
In order to be eligible to vote on MASS MEETING FOR the direction of the American Red 7:30: p. m.-Thursday: Weekly )oUr h'man.I grow in I'our dllt'h.t.ult. Build I'rl..I l

this bond election it is necessary that 18th AMENDMENTS BIRTHDAY Cross. Prayer service.Communion . -r".ona"I.- APlly Valh'y (lazetti-. If __

: :, the freeholders shall! have two years A mass meeting---of---all churches celehrating service first Sunday \ : >-_7,200 Knlritprnpln,- --- .
poll tax now
receipts. Thin means receipts the fourth birthday of ANOTHER CABARET BY each month. Foreign Missionary of- M KINI 111(1 MON ':Y iirllllliiT \Vut- I
.L for the years 1922 and 1923. TilE fering taken second kln'H nationally adverting! househuld
; r Eighteenth amendment has been BUSINESS: WOMEN Sunday each product.
,; The poll tax for th"l YOU CAN. TOO. .
1923
must be paid month at .. Drnnrh- ANOTHERBEAUTIFUL
evening
before four ranged by the pastors of the city (Continued service. all ""..r U. H and "..nad.. liars

election. This Saturdays means prior that to each the the Christian W. C. T. U., to be held at the with the club's from work pare in 1)highway) Come Pray Believe. All welcome. fHANCK dealer. mfn JUT or NOW women for full City or Hal".

one who wants to vote in this church in this city next beautification as far as the funds FAIR DECORATION COMMITTEE time In the city of Kleclrnmee, part and
Wednesday
election, and that should include music and night at 8 o'clock. Fine now in the treasury for that purpose WANTS FLAGS AND BUNTINGS tlnewhere.practical Write today for our
an out-of-town mire
i ; district formerly special tax I of an excellent program at Vine street on the Dixie Highway All persons in Osceola county who I Dept 98. Memphis Tenn. Com pan 4-Jto)'. HOMEJust
prepared the
; ':d school districts four, five, and six- by committee in charge. toward Orlando and work north. The have flags or bunting which could be

;.' most pay his poll tax immediately in club had City Manager Doua-htf'n in made available to the decoration com LOST

"p' , order to be able to exercise that ROADMASTER A. 8. BRITNSON attendance and discussed the matter mittee for the Osceola County Fair LOST-L dy'. clove' Finished on :

: "' privilege and duty on election day. TRANSFERRED TO DUNELLONA. with him. The committee In charge January 23 to 26, are asked to corn- I Comp.ny'. place of near bu.I".Cash..*. Finder F sed

S. of this work consists of Miss Mar. ntunicate with Sam Brtmmar, the plea*. return to I. R. Squires, and MftliiStrect l
Brunson receive
roadmaster for the garet Stanford chairman of that reward. "
chairman
Miss Au- committee. The l-lto
: i; WELLS NAMES Atlantic
PEOPLE : Coast Line
has been assign gusta Winri, and Mrs. committee is I
r' ad to S. H. Bullock. planning elaborate and LOST-A. mall Ij
moltwrltt
TO COLLECT a west .
coast w
EXHIBITS division beautiful wtcb ;
and Hwlae j
t
decorations
goes make '
l and In or .,
3 /Cnn::' tinned to Dunnellon. His family will remain "This about whole fair is being conducted as the Finder return to Norm near. F.poetofMce. S E E' <:
from
Par One) in Klsilmmee until song bananas makei by cooperatIve 411 Church Urlffln L.s!. !
Street,
t .rooked food, et
Ernest Green im l appointed1 ''display es.Mr... Branson tleman. "In my dayi, we .had county, opportunity U thus provided lIe .J
.( ". man.'and 1...& Conn will continue U succeeded in- XI. like Ta Ra Ra Boom De songs for additional people to help. L08T--on Bank of Shingle RAINIER
e '1 Immee by F. C. Chandler who bat Ay' and Dee. 17 two iteel or..ek. and DECORATOR[ r
.Berre a. commltt.emaq. for garden Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me I Melseilbach ctntlna rod. with i>
arrived from a Bow. .re.le
Noth'nr"
.DuncJIon to like the attached to .
.k g.tlJ.L- assume his wow. that had poultry show' to Liberal each. .
,. ;. ; duties. some tense ,to 'em.j reward If .
: returned, -
or
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t, : "I I ,,. nay. .Pbon. ,'17. reTry,
or address
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" McCarthy y''of' Saint Cloud. Captain and .Mn. i;, ;a Mallett4of ,
11'1 t. was a "peppy" visitor{ In Kissimmee Savannah;) arrived' in'KissimmeeI

/ Tuesday While he was, of course I*I Monday- to spend"several days 'with '

talking Laun-Z ry.Ette'. electrical their son-in-law, G.. W. Person Cap CASINO THEATERKISSIMMEE a

1 _' : washing'machines,-of which he'is the J{Main I MaWetta/ is (conductor for the
1 ;fialHappeningS; : agent, his main purpose was along Central of Georgia between Savannalj

different line. He ran across a for- I and Macon. ; FLORIDA
I mer "buddy" of his .:with Coburn's -

M I minstrels, ,and Introduced his pal, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH '
Icllhcnny, fl'the sweet toned Irish HOLDS ANNUAL METINGBy Tuesday Night Jan.. 15

'J 4 .i'J . . -. tenor," to. a large number, of his V

Eat. at Dupont's Cafe.., ,tf ,' 400000004 ....+.'..o' : friends. 'Tho( First Harold Baptist Woodall church, Reporter, in their) THE POPULAR' ,

"' tad Mrs jl Io WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! annual business meeting Wednesday Drama: : :E-1a.y er: >s
WEATHER
Born::. To Mr. Leo H. ,' REPORT I am still 'prepared to'furnish night, elected the following officers ;, .
my
'Wilson, at Bartow. on Friday. January customers with 120 blocks and committees for the.'church an'" PRESENTING .
4' Official Bulletin of dally,ternperature < veneer
4 a ton. Bible
school for the "
5-inch delivered ensuing year: k
for $3.16; 12-inch
stock and lower and precipitations fur- blocks,. $2.95. Split for stove-wood C. F. Moore was elected a deacon, NIGHTS IN A
AU new prices nlshed by the Kissimmee Cooperative 0 '" md J. M. Willson, Jr., and S. L. Lupcr. TEN ,
guaranteed full strand 15-inch for
SHOP. ,
await you at SHOE, A MEN'S U. S. Weather Bureau ; . '
Jr.
were re-elected deacons.
,
$3.35; 12-inch for $3,16. Get ,
your
Station for *
the week ending
J. p. Krita of Cheraw, 8.. C., I la visiting Thursday, January 10 04t winter's supply now. All delivered. Church clerk; C. J, Woodall; treas- BAR

A. F. Krits and family, during. ___ ; v Phone 91. J. Boirin. 48-tf urer, Carson Farmer; finance com ROOM"q
mittee, S. L. Jr. Leon Bass
Lupfer, ,
the holidays. Date Max. Min. 0 --=-==-
Prep. DEPARTMENT F. C. Bryan, W. I. Barber, and Mrs.
Friday, Jan 4......82 66 .00 CIVIC MEETS
,
to' find Belle Modie financial AUSPICE OF KISSIMMEE
You will be surprised prices 0 ONV NEXT ; secretary Jaa. CONCERT BAND :y
Saturday Jan 6.76 49 .00 <> MONDAY NIGHT
,, reasonable at the SHOE & MEN'SJ1I' M. Johnston; trustee, Mrs. M. .
? + Sunday. Jan 6_____53 33 .00 E'I
'
( I. Monday, Jan 7_ ___67 39 .00 O The civic department of the Kis- Willson rVnrlnjr,; Jr.missionary church pianist.treasurer Mrs.J.Ja*.. i The Sixth "Community. Play' Given in Kissimmee

William Toomer, "of Jacksonville, Tuesday, Jan 8____69 37 .00 lmmee: Women's Club will meet next M. Johnston; ; church chorister, Mrs..1 Under Persona) Direction of William Tripletl
Kissimmee business Wed. 4 Wednesday, Jan 969 61 .10. Monday night 14 the
was in on January at P. C. Bryan; Sunday school superintendent
nc winy. Thursday Jan 10.77 61 .20 Chapter House at 730.: This will bea Carson -Farmer; assistant superintendent !, CHARACTERS ORDER OF APPEARANCE :
Readings are made at 6:00: p. <0- very important meeting and all Mrs. Haynes Drinson

]10 per cent reduction on men's and m. for the preceding twenty-four members of the department are urg- Sunday school secretary, teen\ Bass;; Willie Hammond. . . . . . IVlr. Albert S. Sutton '
and Monday. .bw .. *
l.oys. suit. Saturday ed to be present. .
school
SHOE & MEN'S SIIOP. 4 ALLISON, T. FRENCH. '-..--- ierzberfj Sunday pianist committee, Miss Ruth for' Frank Slade. . . . . . . .Mr. Sidney M. RiChard

Mrs. G. M. Shearouse-- of Palatka 0 Co-operative Observer. ORLANDO SINGER AT THE; the Sunday; school program Mrs. J. 10:. Lupfer. Simon Slade. . . . . . . . . . .Mr. Walter Bass ;'

in in Kissimmee visiting her sister, 4044444404 444444x04 METHODIST CHUKCH SUNDAYII. chairman; ]Miss Ruth Ilerzberg, and. Sample Switchel. . . . .. , Mr. Allison T. French'
Mrs. F. C. Bryan sunshine welcoming

Mrs. M. M. Overstreet. Jt&e Shaves at Casino, 16c; haircuts.Barber Shop.35c; children 20-tf, Andre- Schmidt, formerly head committee,;;, L. R. Squires or Miss Mehitable Cartright. . . . . .,Mrs. Triplett,

1 Hv you decided what you will ; of the music department at Winthrop Mrs. Haynes Brinaon J. C. Griffin. Joe Morgan . . . .. .'. . . . . . Mr. Triplett
exhibit at the County Fair? College in South Carolina will sing Mrs Belle Mollie, A. C. Chapman and
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. )I. M. Ov ,
Little Alta
-- at the morning services at the First Mrs. Callie Allen. Mary Morgan. . Miss Ruth OverstreetMrs.
erstreet, Sunday, January 6 'a son.
of New ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broad, The Sunbeam Band .
Kensington Pa., are staying at Mrs. --- Schmidt Methodist church next Sunday. Mr. under the leadership was of reorganized Mrs. Fanny Morgan. . . . .; '. '. . '. Miss Helen Bass

Sue Watson's residence, on SUmner McCAULEY'S.Real values are being, offered at* in Orlando.has recently opened a studio S. E. Hall and Mrs. R. G. Stanneld, Harvey Green. . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Bill Smith
street. and will their
resume meetings on
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Send The Gazette Booster Numberto Fred and Egbert Gilbert! have been MOTHERS' CLUB Friday afternoon. SYNOPSIS
.
The Sunday school and church orchestra
Northern friend and help advertise Kissimmee week. visitors from Bradentownthis There will, be an important meeting is under way, under the direction ACTS I AND II-Interior of the "Sickle and Sheaf" 4

Kissimmee. of the club:| at three o'clock Friday of Prof. C. E. Rouse.At the Bar Room.

Tiller left Sunday Our prices are low and quality I II afternoon January 18, at Mrs. a recent meeting of the woik- Adjoining
Miss Virginia Call DRY- L.L H. Ingram's home. It i is, very Important council 1 of the '
for Bonnell after spending the holidays good. at McCAULEY'S ers Sunday school a ACT HI-Scene I.-The Drunkard's Home. Scene
that all those interested in
'
GOODS. Baraca class the
was organized, with
and Mrs.
with her parents, Mr. the club attend., There will be brief following' officers: Teacher, Mrs. R. II.-A Street.

M. Tiller. W. A. Cook. of the Pollar Limit summary of the state- work, short G. Stansfield; 1st vice-president and Scene III-Same as Act III Scene I.
Store is this week with relatives synopsis of several in recent ,
Have decided what you will spending appeals. chairman of the membership committee -
exhibit at you the County Fair? and friends in Doyle, Georgia. communications, report of local work A. S. Gilbert; 2nd vicepresidentand ACT IV-Same as Acts I and II.
I -- under Mrs. Lupfer and Mrs. Best in chairman of'IIoelal committee,

Misi Grace Gilbert has returned to Four unfurnished rooms for rent; child welfare, end plans made for the Leslie R. Squires; sponsor, Mrs. Nathan ACT V-Home of Mr. Morgan. ,'
Hose to hustle; of town. Nelson -
!)roe after spending the Christmas part octogenarian dinner. Bryan.At .
holidays with her patents, Mr. and Realty Company. The club meml>ers are interested in the meeting Wednesday night Contributed Specialties Between the Acts, Featuring -

Mrs. A. S. Gilbert. 1 Mr. and Mrs.-Ebeihnrd'- of Shelhy- the proposed tree planting for Me- a committee headed by Miss Lucile the "One-Man-Cornet-Duet" by the Renowned "
morial Drive
.
being promoted by Mrs.A.
Johnson was appointed to effect the
Wilson and Toomer', Fertilizers ville, Indiana are in KixMmmee visiting T Mornaon nn-1 her committee in organization of a Philatliea class. Artist, Mr. Jas. P. Locke. .
E. V. the S. Gilbert
I have a Stcte repjtatton.\ 11. C. Stanford Fox. at A. : Iho Woman's Club and the Mother The name committee to the poor

AIr"nt. i home. I Club will donate a tree in appreciation was re-elected. SUPERB ORCHESTRA DIRECTION OF U. J.

-- --- of Wilson and Toomer's Fertilizers I of Miss Albina Smith. Miss Clara Plct-tz) was named president -
Hnrve C'>x an I llnrve Oilman BURROWS
Edenlirrg, In liana, am visiting, \ E-V- have a State reputation. H. C. Stan-. FAIR DECORATION: COMMITTEE! of B. Y. P. U. ,M
ford In keeping with the extension program
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Fox > 1 Ki, -mum1, at the A. S. Gilbert Agent. .
'II WANTS FLAGS AM: BUNTINGSAll :
of the present administrationof General Admission, 50c. Reserved Seats, 75c
home Mr. and Mrs Harry Kinlock cf the church the erection of a cot-
-- -- in
Send The Gazette Booster Number I Parnassus, Pa, pa'-ovi through he'eon 'iaflag persons* or hunting Osceoln which county could who be 'are nn the church property was dis- Tickets Now Selling Fast at Tress' News Stand
their Orlando and eist
t.. N'nriru-rn, friend und help advertise way to 'made available to the decoration com- cussed.

Kissimmee.Mrs. .. I coast points. niltee for the Osceola, County Fair hurch During membership the present has pastorate realized the BAND CONCERTS ,AT 12:00 M., AND 7:30 P. M.

- -- Boater Number of The Gaze't- January :23!: to 28. are asked to com- ; anincrease
Royal and, children, who have of eighteen, from one to seven CURTAIN 8:15
wrapped and ready for mailing: 10 municate with Sam Brammar the
'...en visiting the family of Ira Basso I I each Sunday.
chairman
I 0l of that committee. The
cents esch.
returned 1 to their Every of the work is .
-i Dairy avenue oepartment
committee is ,
planning elabotatc and .
home at Port Tampa, Tuesday.Booster l! ..m-Toof\1'r. on the boom and the church is entering .
Miss of
| I'ri Jackson- beautIful decorations and an the - - -- --- -- -- .
-- -- of
Numbers of The Gazette, yule, i* visiting in Kismmmee at the whole fair is ,being conducted by cooperative substantial upon a period expansion and ..

and ready for mailing 10 home of her sister Mm. George P. effort of all sections of the growth.
wrn-pp'd the will
Sunday
morning pastor Beautiful Yard Splendid NeighborhoodLET
each. (;arr<<""tt. Bounty, opportunity is thus provided
rent
preach on, "The Religion of a Cake of
I for additional people to( help.
-- Soap" "The Church and The
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ames, of Glenr Wilson and Toorrvr's Fprtil-r.er or ME SHOW YOU
hnv" State H. C. Sinn Preacher in Community Life."
the winter a r<<"putDh. HOG-DESTROYINr PANTHER
spending
Kentucky are
with their sifter, Mrs. J. W. Wilder ford Agent PAYS THE DEATH PENALTY On Sunday evening at the popular "AN IDEAL HOME .. "
evangelistic service, his subject will lI' l-
-- --
| Cuv: Allen has returned to M'.nte- Out in he Bonnet Creek section, be, "Did }Men Come From Monkeys,

Send The Gazette Booster Numberto venle InJUFtrial School after *nenHmij about twelve. miles west of Kissimmee or What Must I Do To Be Lost?" I' U Block-3 Block from Business Section ...

Northern friend and help adver- the rhriHtmim holidays with his Will Ivy had a few months ago, Everybody invited to attend these THE PRICE WILLL SUIT YOU

liae, Kts immee.tifre mo'her, Mrs. Callie Allen.! some two or three hundred hOIZII.II services.

Ray arrived in.Kimimniee lat Wilson and Toomer's Fertil'zeri appearing.Lately, however A few, they days have been Mr. dis Ivy. JUDGE. COMER FURNISHES Sam L. LupferIdeal
II ago
have State C Stanford
I a reputation. CHICKEN
FOR DINNER
South Carolina -
week from Spvrtanburg, ran across the remains of a' full N f

and i I. vinltlnjr at the'home of Agent 1/ : !grown hog, ripped to, pieces; by a Judge T. L.' Comer furnished .the Location ' 8-Room House

his Sister, Mrs. C. E. ,Franklin. r Mr. an't Mrs Charles;Pe'gcns and panther's claws. Having grown desperate chicken dinner for the Saint Cloud _

Before buying tires see' C. G. Ty- son '.Waycross!, Georgia, arrived nt the continued loss of his Chamber of Commerce last Wednes- -. -- ..-"...... ,'''" -,....... ...., ,- .

*..r. He handles the Giant Tires. The r here Monday to spend the' week with hogs he came to Kissimmee androunded lay nr.cn.' The Saint Cloud chamber .
price is right-the tire \h guaranteed.a I G. W. Persons .and family. hunters. up some of the wild animal invited a number of the Kissimmee r eo. tom'y

-hDPibeimembers to attend, and J.
The County' Fair is Jl'qM than two Tho lirst of the week Vernor Por-
L.
-- Overstreet, J. E. Lupfer U. J. '
weeks. off. YOUR exhibit should l'e ter. Bill Seel Mick with'
Attorney F. :M. Oliver now of Savannah Stroup. Burrows and A. T. French partookof
formerly of Kusimmee, was one of the !good things shown of O-- Will. Bob and George Ivy started out the JuoVe's and the Saint Cloud This is a MICHELIN year

a visitor last week at the homed of ceola county. Tell the County Agent on the panther's trml. They grot him trades body's Jiospltability. County s
his sisters :Mrs. N. < Bryan and whet J-ou will have. or rather they got "her." They
>
J. A"f nt J. R. Gunn and the judge! him- +
went after "him" again! on Mondav.ii Proverb t according toOU !
Mrs. Marion Carson.
wlf completed the Kissimmee
Mrs. W. .1. Sear! accompnnied Congressman con- ,
trr";': him a long ways, but didn'tget tingent. Rubber Ribt"No.
of the W. C. T. U. Joo Sears to Washingtonon him. 'I
On the 25
program
..
.. This chicken dinner In
was keepingwith
his turn after the Christmas re-
Ttveption for the tourists tonight appear Tb" nuntlier they dH !get wa a the
judge's promise of. last wln-
('f'M. They left Kissimmee Monday
the best beautiful A
the names of some of specimen, weighing eighty ter. At that time he furnished the (i
talent! in Kissimmee. A real treat is night. pounds, find l munnr( six feet f'om Kissimmee: chamber with the ,
oystersfor
in store for those <'ho attend and a S. R. Chapman reports the sale of tip of nose to tin of tail. The doors the supper, and promised the
treed and Will Ivv for
good time promised. the Wesley Bartlett property on it. got revenge Saint' Cloud chicken dinner later.
- his hogs with a buck shot load from
C. G. Mitchell street to Henry A. Malotteof The Kissimmee people enjoyed the
Before buying tires see Ty- i shot gun. The animal was on the
11(>1'. He handle the Giant Tires. Tne Indiana. Mr. Malotte expects to limb of a big! oak, about thirty feet dinner and the sssociations and expressed ffP 4
make Kissimmee his permanenthome. I the desire that
price is right--the tire is guaranteed. from the ground. more often e
might members of the
two chambers
2-1t
So far n* can he learned this is the
first killed in this .section for I meet with each other and further cement -
panther
The Corner Grocery under new I
of five the spirit of
Fine to date bungalow co-operation which
up about eleven At that time the
have full line of years.
We a
management.
rooms. Will sell either furnished orIJnfuml.h..d is helping to. develop Osceola county.
neciiren shot killed in the
staple and fancy groceries and can fill wall same i
or will rent completely
Bonnett Creek the circum- .
your wants in this line at lowest swamp - - -- 1'
furnished for balance of season. See* prices., Take notice of the Bargain stnnces hoinw very similar to those of \u. :1"-1." ,
Nelson Realty Company. H..rl or the Cinllllon .
this recent killing. of the
Counter. Free delivery. Phone 36.
-- IIA\K OK Oll'I'OI.A ('UU \T\''
The County Fair is lelll than two S. I. Smith, proprietor. REV. WALKER-- WILL--PREACH- ut K,mill in inve. In the Htate of Florida
'it' the clone
of bUHlntsa Oeiumber 31.
weeks off. YOUR exhibit should b*
Os- Misses Edith and Ethel Nyswonsrer. AT PENTECOSTAL: CHURCH 1923:
shown of
one of the !good things --
Miss Jean Thomas and Martha
eeela Tell the County Agent HI.SU(11lCnil ll'H.r.AHoI
county. I Rev. R. I D. Walker wh served
?
Sun- ,
have. Bell Hards; returned to Tnmpa Imum on Heal f'stute------$ 6tl.117.44
what you will day to resume their duties as teachers I Christ's Church Brack street, two I/OH. MS un <,' ,Iieteral'Mecurlty' 7K"Experience

Mrs. Edwin Pound and r.-n Jimmy, In the nublic school of that city years ago, preached I again; last! Sun- other than steel. UBtiitt'67.132
\lIolher the
l.oan and Dlatountn Ilt8.7511.H4trv'rdr..rta is
after spending the holidays at home. day. At night the I subie'-t was "I)i- _
returned to Jacksonville! Wednesdayafter un.________. Sdi
several weeks' visit with Mrs. -- vin Healin Ho said in part : Unltvcl Stati-n Honda 30.IOII.tlO1'i1"'kM.
Mrs. J. R. Mrs. Wm. A. Wallow and Miss Edith "Thoufands Arc being healed todiv curltlrn.. eta nuu_____ 15.UOU.UU father of wisdom"Get
Pound's
parents Mr. and Blallow of Lawrence, :\Ia,,"., arrived by Power Divine. God does this be- llankliiK II"".... Furniture
Gilbert.Mr. nnd Fixtures _____ ___ 18.4Sl.tO
here last week and are staying tense of His great love. 'I wish above fltlier steal l i stale-----u u 3.i38.4

and Mrs. J. B. Dillard, of at 218 Sumner street, with Anson I.. ,. all things that thou mayP't prosper, l sue from Incorporated LJank 171Uyu.7i>> Michelin tires.
Roartanburg. South Carolina are in Griffin and family. and be in health,' said the Apostle Cimli items ("onsUtlnif. only our prices on
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t>r money vrd r and
Kisitimmee for the winter. visiting at - : John. God's will is expressed in the checks received during the "

the home of their on, Hunter Dillard Miss Frances Kritz who has been Apostle's exp'"iOl1. The Rim !iq flay) ._--_._.______--_-- 11. UU
and family. spending the holidays with her par what is termed in Acts Third 'perfect t'aBh on Hand _u___?__.___ .641.77 W. B. MAKINSON CO. :
ents in Kiscimmee, left today to resume God e
soundness from he-id to foot. y1
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Total ;
hUI4 Z0 1i:
duties with the u. -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor and her as secretary always completes His work of mercy T '.
James Meinzer and family of Matawan Gordon Insurance Company, in Mon- and grace whenever faith on our I-IAU1I.ITIK.S/ I10I.I.AHS Near Depot i- Phone 123

New Jersey, have taken apart roe, N. C. part gives Him a leverage with which: .'.."It,1 Htork laid 'In ____ _$ 25.lItlOOoUlldh"d..d I
ments at the home of A. S. Gilbert, Profits Less Exiprmen I..
to work.
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The Cornei' under new | and Taxes iild) 4 OU1 60
Grocery
for the winter. "Fulfillment of Scripture is involved Individual Deposits Subjrcf -
management. We have a full line of in the healing of the sick an1 to Check ___nuu___ 470,39012KavliiKM Gazette Classified Ads bring!: large
The County Fair is less than two staple and fancy groceries and can fill afflicted and, as thin was the order I l>poslts r_______-__ IIIZ.661,77 returns for a small amount of money I r
.. wants In this line at lowest Time. Certltlcstrs of Deposit 15.42..111l'etln..d ... ,
week off. YOUR exhibit should be your the of the day in Paul's time it is a part Checks ________.__ 111.47 spent. ** '
one of the good things shown of Osceola prices. Take notice of Bargain of God's program t<>d..v. T* county. Tell the County Agent Counter. Free delivery. Phone 36. ; the WftrU'e ,
od of procedure I I. somewhat siirmle,
Smith Total __$ ZI.220T1 t riest Ag.ny.. Sl.OOC win. eedthousands ,
what will have. S. I. proprietor. 'i'(',"
:you obedient
the ,
hut power accompanying an tllate of Klorlda.t GET ot waltlns bv7re ,
of the Divinely appointed' County of Osoaol. saL IWO'stat mstbodn Me eham tor III... .
.have two exceptional bargainsIn use
of
Mr.' and Mrs. Albert Fuller We L. E. Fann.. Cashier of the above wltMrawlaa- edvertlelasCUI or write.E. ,. \:
Reading', Mich., hare arrived in Kiseimmee six room houses. One just one means is tremendous. Large.! numbers this named bank do solttmoly war that INFORMATION ABOUT TIlE A.-STROUT FARM AGENCY Itt. .
to spend the winter and have block off, Broadway and lets than 4 bear cheerful testimony to the above statement Is true to.the best ;
taken,. at 216 Orlando blocks from postoffice, station, school all over the United'' States, and! else of my KnowUdKV-xtDd bellet. '
apartments of FARMS. CITC
GROV.AND
X. B.! FEN Business j
avenu,. and churches. The other only 'two where. :: 1! University,; .
At the conclusion of the sermon aconsiderable' TTEBTCaehler.OEO.'T."SIOLER. "
blocks from court house. Let us snow CORRECT=A )
Mr.! nd Mr*. C. L. Stokely, of Realty Company. number were brayed I . : Tampa PROPERTY HANDLE .
Mount Dora, spent, Saturday In Kit you. Nelson >i ..' for; and annoited, with the laying of I (BO. WC PKR8OK' ? .. '

almmva fc*> the guest of Mr. and Mrs Misses Sarah Rudd,.,of Habwstead hands, as in the triumphant fchurch I :J. WADB. TUCKER.'Director. :

tB. 'B.)Aultman. Mr.' 8tok ly 1* the Laura Dea5gnf. ,otiWIhter Garden'anJ in early times. A special a.ride I.. ,. Subadribed and .sworn, to' before mthl 8. The breul..t School; .Ita.., Jlorf-: 1ALBERT T. .BARE? 'Repre.entdvde it I Iir ;
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most widely known banana grower In Eulaj; flpMni of Safety Harbor, who being arranged for next Buadaynight. .*t th"day Of.Janulo.l: ,$ : ...-" Tamp!and< CAM'Street, .t it -w-- 'anr fm "f

''Florida and ,Is president of the FlorIdav Ni" been 'in Kisslmmee during" the Including' a miaaiorlary'rytlly. -omryt rublla for;the ;,Btete TH,: ()< .., ....f, .! >,+'. -"t"-HTasvpa : ...,.;:;;:.q-w. .' -..." -,.........,R..r-: _...... -
St......' 'Banana Association,11* of ftcadon clod vielUng at the home ReW, .Walker. expect: ,to preacH An. a (\ -Florida at, Lar "., Xly. Commix ,, Florid*r .. a..> 4. '.Po.t 'Ona- BdidiIr'READ !

''Which' organisation) 1 ,Mr. .Anltman. ,: U. Mrs..A.M.: ,: MoseUr, returned' to I tln>elr and'' Important. subject.- ; He.. SEAX.1 Ion "Ji1aplr.. February'. -'10. ,lit, *., I .:' '. .. 4 , .. 't I.- Tlt -yAL-C.EY'. GbZ1CTT8 r.U ;4G
their schools Saturday. will also speak at.11 a:m., ( ) ,
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t lint KISSIMMEE TALLET GAZETTE, FRIDAY. JANUARY 'Ilvm4 -

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: SAYS BOOTI.EGGERS'95 PER CENT ARE ALIENS:'

HIGH SCHOOL ,GAZETTEVOLUME

Under the caption, "What Aliens
> '-- Have a' Right/ in this Country," the THRILLS 4r'.
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KISSIMMEE II, 19Z4 MUMBER 16 new Methodist Year-Book says: "Only
II FLORIDA JANUARY those who have come to make, homes

I' -.- .- ., ., -- for themselves, become law-abiding;

Editor __ .._.._..Fred Lupfer' ATHLETICS We're off! Now that our two citizens, and support the constitution ,
Assistant''Editor...Alberta Brunson The boys' basketball team will play week's vacation Is over and we have of the United States.,, It must be ,
their first game on the home court, all resolved to try and :study harder; said to 'the shame of.some of these Parachute
REPORTERS January 12, with Eustis. We are expecting we are starting out on, a five, months that they are usurpers of American Sensational Leap From .5II
Ninth .........*....-Edwin Barnes this to be one of the best stretch of school work with no vaca privileges, for 95 per cent of the "
'. ....,... ....... Youel) Johnson otherwise violatorsof
Tenth : -- games of the season, as Eustis has tions. Two more weeks until 'midterm bootleggers and ( Wings of Speeding Aeroplane.
Eleventh .___??.....,,Park Doughten made good showing by defeating exams, then we will start another the Eighteenth amendment are
a
Twelfth __._r._____RaYMond Tyner Orlando High School. The girls'team semester of work in which we all men with the jaw-breaking names of --- 1
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Music ___--_---_n__.Harold WilsonA is also trying to get a game Intend to do better work than we central and southern Europe Every Many Other Human: Fly Stunts ,
LETTER I with the.Eustij girls, so' we are plan have the past semester. last one of such "persona. should br
double header. sent adrift with the bow of his boat t
'. The following letter was received fling on having a the boys' team will Air.' Bowen, to his biology class- pointing' to the old world where he On Wings. a
I On January 18, d
from a' high school girl in Indiana, play Winter Haven there, and on I "Now just 'imagine, clans, if all of came from, with orders never to 'cointf e
and we know that individual lcttel'llto the objects in this room which are this again until he has had a a
i 19 the boys will play 8.11"tow way / '
January
the Rome City students would be KISSIMMEE A VIA TION .FIELD
at KIssimmee. The boys' teamis made of wood, should suddenly dis change of heart and purpose. u,
much more appreciated than a class. I
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appear.
have -
and ---
So if any of the students in our hush: rather small this year : we J Jwouldn't '
i Pauline ('rO\\- 0 11, Mr.: Bowen
school have a moment to spare, write not as much material as we would' 1 yool.1hl'ad MKTHODIST GAIN;; 41;:>.ODO i
an answer to this letter no as to help line to have but nevertheless we arc you feel queer without IN: (JtT.\1)1ENXII'M 1
t expecting to pqt out one of the best ? I ---
: them with their essays. The letter is i' SundayJan.13
I as follows: : little teams that could be expected cl !1 A net' /gain cf: 4 ,II
? Home City. Ind.. Jan. 1. 1924. I unv !high school this size. h Why pay a doctor bill when yon 'Arta for the :Methodifl -:";'(' 111./<<1 1I /
(Lambert Campbell, the fcotballmanager can to window and remove the
Dear Seniors We the Senior class of Rome City. I is busily cnKajt'injfOOtluIJI pane? |II!y courtesy of Bill Senl. ]i I I I bunging the fraud total me iIbers'iin \- I
;. Indiana wish to correspond with games for the coming, season.Vr I I: up to -1.774,520.' : includn-r PASSENGER FLIGHTS, $5.00 [

.II i members of the clues!, or the class! .. i ale expecting a better showing! in Roy Horning hit me try on th'\t I'1'is'sil5: : I:; nonresident members' IK. re
f a whole, as to the climate, fruits football next year for mo t of the suit in the window, my iron I mini." f norttM by the Methodist Year.Hoolt i> 4"frW"fr><"M><" > > < >
frown and raised, animals, and social players are becoming better experienced <'.t'l'k-" orrr, sir, you'll have to i for IfllM! 'now ready for distribution -
functions of the neighborhood and) in the art of the name. use the dressing? room." by the Methodist\ Book Concern. A- - -- --- -, ait.

aroundhcre; you live. I cordiiicto the Reverend Oliver S
I'' \ We writing other! : Ml'SlC DEPARTMENTNow Baketpl. 11. 1). editor New York N.
ale to many Rudolph Walker-When I was a''' .w'
gif schools in the different states so at I let us call your attention; to baby I swallowed a needle nnd tliriv* I Y., i here are 34,52 preachers in the ".pf.3i! .
to find the different tilings! frown and the Music Department of our high ....months later it grew out of my denomination. including travelling 'I'u'
I raised in The states of the United schocl, conducted (by Missyrtill.l: bow. l'1-1 preachers and local pastors, I?'
1 States. Of this we are to make an Deals, who is too well known in Kis- Alike Stl'ed-Th:1t's nothing. Last There are 29,442 local Methodist '
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; essay of several thousand words. simmed to need an introduction. Up week I swallowed a tack and now I I churches in operation, 3(>,:.r>59 Sunday
There are fifteen members in the to date this department consists of i have a nail on big toe. schools with 412.1CK officers and : Poultry
j Senior class Three boys, and they ninety-seven-pupils, much larger than my__ I teachers and 4.850.424 nunils in all,
t have more trouble than a dozen. the enrollment was last year. Last I departments. Methodist parsonages
I There are fifty-eight members in the year the total enrollment was sixty- : Hill S..I-llow did you hurt your number 1 10,051 and the comb'ned; estimated i
whole high school. nine, fifty-seven piano pupils' three lie'? \aluation of parsonages and Raisers
\ This, Rome City, being a summer harmony and nine composition. This Raymond T'n..r-It.s mv girl'sfault churches is $375,429,933. Epwoith:
in addition to the regular lessons darn her! She ducked, and I I
I resort, is much deserted in the win- year League membership is now 74.'J,38.: : (
the older pupils are enrolled in hit it on the door.
Read
this!
ter.We have a boys' and girls' basket !the classes: the advanced harmon, -- -- -

'f: !i ball team, the girls have been beaten and the second, music composition.Two Hamilton Brown (at :2 a. nt.)- i I i l "She Done (;on(,""
t .ne time out eighteen.. They and\ pupils are studying advanced Well I must be off. A salesman bringing his rio %.JVV'......%W
t a bunch of husky, lively girla. harmony while fourteen are taking Madge Rivets (lyaw'J1inThat's) ]! South on their honeymoon visited a
:. If you wish to know more about music composition. The number of what I thought when I first met )'ou. t t"I hotel where he boasted of the fine Out of i
f! the weather, fruits grown, animal piano pupils this year are seventy- -- honey. every 100 chicks
and etc., you may state so in the let- five, while the number studying th-.- I !believe this is the last drink PI! "Sambo," he asked the colored hatched 50
I J item, !and. we. will willingly write and history of music is six. I take" said -ihe bout-to-reform gentleman waiter; "where's my honey ?" ordinarily die.
tell all possible you desire. J The'pupils of the music department as h<> picked up a bottle! of 1 I! "Ah don't know boss," replie.lSambo I .
We would like to receive an answer, :i are all working hard preparing wood alcohol by mistake.; i eyeing the lady cautiously. St.aw."r.VBut
stating the things asked for within 'for the mid-year recital which is to "She don't wuk here no mo':"-Si>u. a
a week after you receive this. I Ibe i given sometime during this month. Owl. experience shows i
Wishing to thank you very much i Every pupil is putting forth a great Jonna'i! II.-Is Clyde Harris c<;.urt- j ,
; for the trouble it might cause you effort to try and make this recital n | that when Purina Chick
to do this. Respectfully, the best that has ever been given. Margaret: Sigler-Not (exactly, but j i Wouldn't t With I
MISS MILDRED KLEY, The date will be announced later. he is retting there step by step| Exchange Startena is fed 95% live
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When he first called he sat all
Kendallville Indiana. - - -- evc.eins -
R. F. D. No. 3, Box 90. HOME: with the album in his. IIII'.H: ': Millionaire and grow.A 1
time he sat with my dog. in his l 1nl'
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Just little
a old frame cottage
Then he took little brother in his
Students of the my
Osceola
y, School, do you realize that practically High- I With a little piece of ground; ''up--and' next Saturday right, is my I I "After five yearof sufforig with fresh shipment of
Just a dear old-fashioned gardenWith -tnmnth trouble! I think I know all 1
half of our year's work is ? turn. I
over Chick
Startena
sweet flowers all around; about it. But thanks to (contain
Mayr's Won-
To some of this i 1
us is ,
I because very important Just a clear voiced woman singing ':,'rful Remedy 1 am enjoying. good! ;, 1t 1t
finish it depends upon whether we As she does her daily chores; Emerson Squires -What? Coins: ''health again. I know of a ing buttermilk) has just 1i
our high school course this Just fishing with a mouse for bait ?
a curly-headed baby, who is very bad with millionnir.// i
I interest year. We lag,cannot it is better afford to to keep let our up There Playing on the sun-lit floor. catfish.)Raymond T'ller-1 I am going after ('I, lout he won't take any ; A arrived. Call today.
are many stately mansions- me. In his I
in our work from present condition I {
day to day rather

pupils than to it make means up a work.lot to Work hard, But There in all are this residences land, from fine, East to They sat on the po h'tidniJ.\'ht;; i'''.simple wouldn't, harmless exchange with preparation him." It that is a FLORIDA FEED STORES

everyone of West, And! their lips were tightly removes the a
catarrhal
I us. Come what we on. can Let's do. show our parents No other home like mine. I 'The old man gave the signal pressed.//t the intestinal tract and! allays mucus the from inflammation :"JOG Broadway Phone No. 218

,, T. C. C. And the buldog did the which' causes practically

-- - -- -::- '- -- - '- ,- -- -.-. I nil stomach, liver intestinal ailments.
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I i including appendicitis. One dose wi'l ,
"I l PREPARING )POULTRY I c convince or money refunded. J. Z. '"

4 ': BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY i| TO BK: EXHIBITED,'I Roberson, and druggists everywhere..I JRINA

To be separated from the general
flock several weeks beforehand !and I - -
IF CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS then given special care and attention.,
should be the lot of fowls selected for

e WOOD, BRICK, STONE, 'the poultry exhibit, according to a !
STEEL letter from II. B. Lansden, extenIO'1I
STUCCO
r N. F. BASS I Florida specialist, to a well-known flouseWife
JACK
BASS
poultryman. .
YI.'r ", 822 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue j I "Train the birds to pose correct'-/'!

,tI ,' and not to be frightened. And whi'' : La' 1, +; ,:
birds should be but l" <"' lVlrs.
washed this ie
I ,,,,, -,' f ., ood
,,, as_ ,;1"'" -- not necessary in the case of partly!
(colored birds, provided they have heed a"orF
"ASK YOUR NEIGIIBOR-IIE KNOWS"For i; kept in clean quarters. The face. I I F
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over IS year the E. O. Painter Kertlllxrr Company has comb wattles legs and feet should! j 1
furnlshi
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Flor
idarowers ()
with fertiliser' The be given
era fives' proof of satisfactory rvtulta.continued patronage of experienced grow a thorough washing and Do
cleaning just before starting to |
th"1
: COULD BETTKH FERTILIZER BK MADE R'E WOULD MAKE: IT show. Enforcement
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I' \i Writ for New Fall Price Lists Just IssuedE. :-"

y 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville Florid. birds through their battle for supre-

:macy. Talk theCood qualities of .
l'. __ _ ,. 'your breed to every man and woman '
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passing. i You
''Anbird having the following defects
I drugs
!
should not be considered for ex- : the '
a BROADWAY GARAGE :hibit: Lop combs, except fernales of !! : that are
,'the Mediterranean i HoWve ant ArepaAO
(p ft.M.. C. LAWRENCE, Pr.edet.v varieties Leg; relation:: ., ncp of
horns, Anconas Minorcas '
; side sprigs bakinbout 8. '4 and rerodUCey
; GENERA AUTO Ion the blade of single-comb t.. : '
'. REPAIRS GAS, OILS AND ACCESSORIES.iLRTFORD varieties des? A eel
(single combs of males or rose combs ,net,'( under fufsh
BATTERIES ,
SUPPLIES ''of for lhey '
AND SERVICE either male or female falling to .
)as
501 BROADWAY ': one vide); white in face of Leghorn' malti,,,u atace- as;
t'cLiuf,4 ""
PHONE 236K. : Anconas and Minorcas; crooked tails, I : king eciefeavenfn fuf'rtanl:
clocked back w Take
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a squirrel tail; any fea'.h- Oaly '
aere I on shanks strength towards that; hen
or toes of non-feath >red it
-- --- -- - -- - -_ varieties.' / deans "'! sect heafili1y"cligJ'i"mh; the
--- list
There will be pas ;
'r county and community eb and
The 60g "Je
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i fairs in many more counties of thestate lfY baki"l.i of 'hich
this winter. Fair associations baking In ,
"'der---'a... which oreaVoai I
recognize the importance of g
good ;
J. R. poultry and will offer attractive prices :- that hs l'hey / oUr surely
CLAY :
; for all classes of
.' standard:! poultry, axed "Se f sale thatlttcoectzn
I' turkeys ducks and geese and rabbits. ;r'h.'e : '

I poultry Those interested industry in in Florida bettering the always nounath and n: awn CoOl1taj to b1er'b' lea'ZecJ 1
are
r eel
f Garage and Machine Shop I anxious for raisers of poultry of ba v se It
; l'Tei :r
yU; r ..l td I I to take advantage__of these___fairs. A Pure food lea uthe 171.statsold of 'elf risia a. self ra/l: dour rAotvdgrade

LEGION AUXILIARY KEEPS eo. e floor T
: SUCCESSOR TO CLA Y A THOMAS THE SCHOOL IN SESSION;; of II except-j.'hoo'f ra", a
aay
"" \ Schools in Little Bock will b6 continued In the ran :;sad ur and re8ulaton:;:; b y

Farming for full unthi171u,1 ia maY9ualit'
Machinery a thirty-nine weeks
term, and teachers will ,,,, Jg I1Ublie"; igSelforstr
not
; suffer a eoUn en

is? \ Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt American ten percent reduced Legion reduction appropriations.Auxiliary in salaries in ,t that Tbe despite s ohdY".o:u:db' s sJ and h i: Without rato oHicli!nitr' Jsmn;: So:7"


city, co-operating with the Affiliated ;bakingsn;:: ratedasosin8ama:: : ;dxo

BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARS- School Improvement Association, has ., erentshave
raised funds with which D
I to insure
ArOductve :
completion of this educational that You b_ only bedfloatook
,r s, gram. pro do n"Q1)t to o ,

... .. . .. . Educational authorities announced Dooods th t : n. t tthf-. eery i
a four ar made sOggY
weeks
reduction in the
length u n"-. I Ie
it '''''
of the to '
school term p. ,
and d
further .utectant
a he
cu: .g.. ""
,\ in salaries. But the determined erestJ la'" tanld"'veSelf"..;",.

$A J.rhc.XX1PSC:: JD. er en local workers of the Auxiliary and wom oth- R In A IlCffcof/no p t Roam'm 1
I. organizations set to. -
out
to
that the youngsters would not be derived see tezn health I<> !cis f.ia b l L

of their rights. The M. M. otr.l Ia'"t .... ou
S'.H eN Cia.., Licensed Funeral Diredor officials Ebert unit of the Auxiliary and state .--BU> L _1.7'tii;t"""itllA-.; IIDd ou..:: i iJ

--- participated in the effort to ...; "
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A $1_
saw.Ma.rk. I.reIee I. ---.I secure needed funds. 41 8A0p iuJ. '
d ; ; Slutmri A...._ All rL ... Its J

t X.Jiiisi1? Hijl Brail If you would make ..II.. _.:,,- "
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AibiiictSirrict& at Call girl .
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Of one that really ... --.r'o ;; r '
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\ KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JANUARY ii. 1>24 SEVEN .

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++ + < +444 + > *> * ') the' said debt and that It ,. neceaaary I'''In'Vjounty Judges Court. O.ceola Coun. s :'

to sail the real estate for that purpose I ty Florida. In the matter of the es- Hastings potato laboratory of the ATTENTION . FRIENDS !
and prayingfor an order to take I tate of I.. n. Drawdy, deceased. Notice Florida experiment station was' answered : .
Legal Advertisements |, possession of the following real estate i of application to sell minor's In. as follows: We are selling Feeds at the best prices in town, and
: a* aaaeta for the payment of debts and terest.. NOTICE IS ,
HEREBY OIVEN: "In '
chames due and owing-, visLot. : 'I that I wilt ( selecting potatoes for plantings, give the best Would like to
on the 10th day of February money can buy. .for"ou: giveus
.. +O.. choose ,
.4,4o.6.. Thirteen (IS) and Fourteen ., A. U. Uz.4, apply to the Honorable the best ai 'the best Is nevertoo ,
(14) of Block Seventy-four (74) of '1'. L. Comer. County Judge" Oacnola. good.' The bent seed means certl- a chance to prove to you that we can save you, money.
L"'TIIH C-OUWTV ('flint? iw AJxnrott"J the Town of St. Cloud accordingto 1 County, Florida, at hi. offlce at Kluslmmee I fled seed. Certification
I 'stands for .
rKc>i.A COUNTY, "'mnA. the .1'lat of the Semlnole Land Florida, at 10 A. III.. to sell at vigorous Feed is Our Business-and can sell 'it for less for we sell
lrn"fl OULH- l"E1\TILIZEJt COMPANYII and Investment Company recorded i private sale the interest of the followIng firm sound uniform tuberu,
corporation or.anls..l and exist.. among the 'iilat. of .U.ceola Coun, minor., to-wltt Nona Louise Draw. those that are true to type and free for Cash. Will, Appreciate all Business.
under and by vlrut of the Lwo" ty. Florida.* dy. Mildred Jan Prawdy, Gladys Marie from disease. The' growth of these I t;
the Htat. of Florida Plaintiff. Jrs.TTAIN THKltKKOKEJ you and each of 'you Drawdy, Leon Emory Drawdy and tubers Our Prices are Less This Week-as there has been a small
WILLIAM tYNC.' . and all other persons Interested are L. B. Drawdy. In the following: described was carefully observed !alt
known a. CAIT W. LY:
at Kl.slmmee, Oiceola County, Florida to-wlt: All of blocks SI minimum Location In the rear of Water' & \Carson' .Grocery BirikUnf.: S
NoVlca; given that the ,
Is ti.reby Florida
the llth '
on day February and SI of r the Town of Whlttler M. I "No tubers should] be which -
bVwo "nlltled suit was on the 10th A. I). I n4. and to show cause, If any shown by the corrected plat of J. F. planted Come See Us-Or Phone 12.
I.v of Novmber A. D. IMS. InstltulC.i you have, why said Petition shouldnot Williams filed 4th February 1116. a* show abnormal flesh discolorations or

by attachment; that ummons ad be granted. shown In .Plat Rook "D" page 71, Os I which are bruised. Brushing lays open CASH FEED COMPANY .,*-',
...,.pond..ndum was ..ued aBalnat Cap. WITNKHS: my name, as County Judge ceola County. Florida records, This the tuber to the destructive action
..In William' l.yns. also known. of Osceola County, Florida, at Kls.lm- the Srd day of January, A. D 114.MAM t
'apt. \V'' Uynic. the defendant In aaldauM. mee, together with the Seal of my office IE A. DRAWDY. .of fungi and bacteria. .
". but ,returned by the Bh.rllt. of this the SVth day of December, A. AS Onardlan for said minor. "Diseases such as rhizoctonla and
.r.ola County, unaerved. the Florida defend. I>. 1521. T. ... COMKR JOHNSTON A GARRETAttorn..y. 'cab in so far as they are tuber- Quality plus Service: in commercial printing at the Gazette 4
State of ;
nL belnn out of the County Judge of Osceola County for said Quardlan. 4-tt
hilt said Writ of Attachment haa wnl 4.Bt Florida.In borne can be controlled by seal-ing

...Ied l br.aald SherlfC on the following NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX the tubers for an hour and 'half in
.."rrlbed K..al IS.tate belonging to Circuit Court. 17th Judicial Circuit ItCICD. 'a l-to-1000 solution ((4 ounces to 30
Kid defendant altuate. tying and be- In and for Oaceola County. Florida. In .
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In Oaceola County, Florida, to- Chancery J.me. IL Nab and Hannah NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN. That gallons of water) of corrosive sublimate -. .
|nit, M. Nale, his wife.. Complainant. Versus Arthur ...rau..., purchaser of Tax Certificate and then spreading them out -- -.- -- -- -

*t4.hl: southwest quarter WH) of Henry Snellgrove. et al. Itespondents: No. 1111. dated the 6th day of ,to dry. Do not spread in direct sun :
I Iv.a
northeast quarter (NHtt andh" Hill, to < Order of Publication June, A. D. ":/1. has filed said certificate light."Formaldehyde. .
wePt half WH ) of the outh- : The I"f Florida tor HenrvHnellgrove In my office, and has made application -
vast quarter of Section$ 7. Township If living and If dead all for tax deed to issue In accordance (1 pint to 30 gallons -
> 18 south. Rang t' east conr.S"upo" parties claiming Intere.t. under Henry] with law. Said certificate embraces of water) is also recommendodfor ..,y..a..*.

.> : .nChriroprrty of- Captain I Snellirrove property, deceased In (he' Bill or of otherwIse Complaint lithe erty. situated the following In O.ceola described County prop Florida. scab, but it is not very effective

Jsvilliam L.yn 1 the deftmdant In the and hereinafter described: Nina FHnellRrove. ". towlt.Lot : against rhizoctonia. Tubers should be ,
. nI : If living, and If dead .n 6 Block C. Hotel Site Kls.lmmeePark. treated when dormant if possible, us
| "NrwCTh"eforc. you. the .Id CapItalii .. parties claiming Intt'r..... under Nina treatment after sprouting kill the
William I.ynlf. also known K Snellnrove.. deaea.ed. or otherwl.eIn The said land being a.ne.s"d at the
\\. 1.'nK. defendant and all 1 i oth- the property in the Bill of Complaint date of the issuance of said certificateIn sprouts and delays germination by
Pf't hereby re.julrcd the name of Unknown. Unless .aid the length of time it takes to form f.
yr .lirrsons li.t.rp"tod. are : and hereinafter descrIbed: ()r
to p-r.onnlly b. and appear to S ScruKRs. If llvlnn. and If dead all certificate .ball be redeemed according: new sprouts Treated tubers must f.I
to law,
tax deed will l.sue thereon
Court flouse In ths claiming Interest under Dr. 8Hcruxgs on
at the artle.
.UI actIon not be returned
$ the 11th to contaminated I
of KUnlmmee O'eola County."h.rld. , deceased or otherwise In the day of February. A. I> 1014. con-
Cit y Hay In March A. and J. I* OVERSTREKT.: tainer, or reinfection will take place.
.. ... on the Rule property In the Hill of Complaint :
'. 1114) that h.lnll Monday. the Ird hereinafter descrIbed ElIzabeth Clerk ClreuJt 'Court.Onceola "Tuber treatment cannot control
lay: of the anld month : clue l Judgment HcruKK. If living and If dead all par- Circuit Court Senl County. "'IorldlI \. diseases, if the soil in which they are
de-
'111 bentered thl" cause analn.t will you proc by....' aa tlea claiming, decea.cd.Int..ro.t.:or otherwIse under ElisabethHcruirira In the Bt Hy 14. II Bullock I). C. planted Is heavily infested with the ,

Enquired l hy lAW and the Rules of ITnc8S property In the ;' amhereinafter i spores of the diseases but it may aid;

it,.. flf I <>Uu'overMre.t Cl-rU oCi.url : 'rrl, ldtl'leJ: : Scrunna. I IllvlnK. If In County" J lid..'..'* Coiut. Occol.i I in reducing the total amount) of dio- I .'
and If deud.. all pnrtle.' cl..lmlnocInt..r..t.
,vlTIM ( ., If the
'ountl"l'ri.ia In is
th.-.Matter of theK.tate ease treatment properlycarried
,
om-anla County
of d".a'd.
I... .unt) uniler S .1. SCTUKKH 1
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of lllcliMnl Vt' Culll.on.. deceuaid
....rldll. on hIS 3"lh .IR!' .r Nov.mbur or otherwlHx 1 In the proper>' In the Rll out. no injury to the tuber
Citation fur U-tl. of Administration
in -
\ I I23. J I. O"KH TltlU"T. of Complaint and hirotnufter ALLIIOM: 1 IT MAY
Cl O..c.."l.i Omnly. Klorlda.. other cjtlmartts' under Anton K0 Hint the undersigned I I
will th.Slh DISINFECT
on CIirUMIlEll
SEED
(' ("'t "ealI.lILY pennner d'Men.ed. In the following described day of Feliruarv. li I 124 nppl to I !
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: A HUTTON. property to-wlt : AND PREVENT DISEASHS e1ot4
the Honorable T I... Comer', a. Judtre
I, ,rheys for IMulntllf. 62-It "I..>l. Thirteen ( IS). Fourteen (14) of the nb., e Court HI hill offlce In theCourthouae.

Fifteen I5JT and Sixteen, ((16) ntHlo..k ..1..1 Ui,n.-c. Klorlda. for Now is the tine to muc't An
u I'U'I'0.I. .tI--i.ItTlt"t I Volt TAX Two Hundred nml Kl"(htv Letters. of Ailmlnliiti. ... de bonla \ prevent entirely now body design lends distinction in _
DK.Klt.NOTICK : INII) of the Town of SI Cloud.OnceolH the of the losses which come to the CII- appearanceadcU measurably to individual Comfort
OIVKN. Thatlav npn upon oi.tal. of RichardV ,
IS IIKKKIIY Countv. Florida. acrnrrtlnK CulllHon I .leceaaed cumber srrower.: A stitch right: now
< This the 8th day uf
1 Id J,-nnleitii. purchniior of Tax C -rlfl.nl to the Semlnole Land and Inve.tment January. A. l I.. IH14.I will do more than nine later and provides greater convenience in the new Ford
A
.. No.. 414. 416. 4IM. 413. 414. 417. "'..mI'".ny'.. Incorporated on. Coupe. I
.4 4. 54 6. dated the 6lh day. of June. A llat of the paid Town died and Johnston. & K DIHFBNDORF. little time and effort in disinfectingseed
Oarictt.
'ifl 1. ban flle-l unlit certiorate In my recorded In the office of the Clerkof Cuun.pl for applicant Applicant G-4tc before planting will mean a b.'fT Streamline body windshield and nickeled '
for tax visor
,ffl.'e and has made application the Circuit' Court of OncenlaCountv saving next spring and 1
IN..t. to Issue In aro..r.limoe with law State of Klorlda. on th. - -: summer. fittings make this new Coupe highly attractive I
*',01,1 pertlflcati-a rmbrac'* the followingMrlbvd list .,..y of August A, I). 1909. In A numhrr of dipeate.s-angular
prop-rtv. iiltu trd Iii Uaooola 1'lat Hook 'fl." ""K". 33 and 54 leaf spot being a most serious one-- Deeply cushioned seats.improved interior arrange-

". iint)'. Kli.rl.la. to-wit: You. and .....h of you. are' hereby commandeit may be and often is carried over from rncntand cowl ventilator provideincreaaed nnfort.Wide .
1. Has Ne "
(,..1. 58. III l. I tO. In Hectlon 11 I-1" and required to appear' on the Baby er
one to another the seed. The,
Iota on
,. 14. all of said year
nation
In
116. Ird daof March A. It IIU! (e."m. doors that forward revolving
I.tnjr In Towti.hlp 16 Snulh.Kaat. HanK" b..ln.ih... Kuleii day In March. 1941 Known bacteria which causes the disease attach open type ,
What
:,", and b.-tn* according to thetiinole to the mil of Complaint filed In thl. a themselves to the seed and stick window lifters enlarged rear compartment and a

.. l4ubd'I.lon Land' l and of Investment Bald Section Coin.lit'y' c.u.eWltnep. the Honorable C O Andrew Sick Was there. When the seed are planted recess shelf for parcels back of the seat make for l'

Ins 2. :3 In III..ck II or St. CI..d. a. Judge of the ..Ion,'. Court Day when conditions are favorable for the greater' convenience. iSeesh. I
The aa'l.l iota l llnn a.".-."*d at therites and mv name an Clerk thereof mid the growth of thee bacteria they begin

of tin' l Issuance of laid c.rlin.at .ftlclal seal thereof tIl.alh 0111) ofHerember. growing and the old trouble of the J nrw Ford Coupe med other body typftat : j a
.. ofJn-
\ In the n m< "
rep.fCll\fl P 121.Ct .
"a | A. .
known. K II Mannra W'. H l)oddridKP < Ct. Seal) "My youngest child ha. never previous year will be experienced your NtawtH ford Dater'tM. ,i.-

It lN>rham. Foster N.'wt. eI.t J. U OV RRTlnI: T. Clerkllv known what a sick day was becauseI again.
:; "Clumi-ly. Unknown and J. 1.. l lll.>n.'iilrni I S. II Itulloik n. CKKIItllrt itarted her on Te thlna! before The preventive usually. recommended -
.' r.Tllflcalea nhall b* r'-- i C. AUTREY Dealer
until she
lit ! .. .......d nwordlna- lii W. IIIX 01..01 will Prepare a
I Solicitor for Complainant.I 4-St Mr*. John :M. Freeman Route 1. Box
I..uo lh.r.M>ti nn the Jth day of Jaiiu- I .----- - IS. aionttfomery Ala. solution bv mixing 1 part of the poison KISSIMMEE FLORIDA \
iv A. I). I \'H In Clicult Conil for the 17th Judloia to 1000 parts of water. Soak (ho
J. I.. OVEnsruKKT.Clerk Circuit of Slate of Florida.. In and foriNreolit "My eldest child, now 8 years old. need in it for about ten minutes. Then
'lrcult Court < Count> In Chancery I..ula wa very sickly. He had stomach :
< mrt-ola County. KlorldaS I. Daniel .coiiiiilalnant. \.*. J. S. Iian- and bowel trouble and gave ni. many thoroughly rinse in running water or
,S.- of Circuit Court) I lei r""loolld"II'| l ii\ ii EtC" Or.l..r..r anxious hour. till a friend told me several changes of fresh water. Then
Ct)1.lt
:: _.1 __ _ _ l II__>' H._II._llullock._ I> Publication TIIK STATK OF FU1IU- about Tcethlna. The fIrst. packagechecked plant immediately or as xocn as the
n I.K.Nut 1>,\ T l': J. 14. llnnlel. Capron.'lrKIIII.. his bowels and In 13 hour seed have dried. Drying be ha<.
*
t: OK MNTEII'" You are rormnnnd and required to may .
.
Ice In hereby "Iv.nlu.t piirKUiiit appear" to hill In nl>ove ....u.... on thc he was perfectly well and ho never t'ne.bv l mixirar the seed with well- 1c 1\\
to a J--IIKU' l-eree entered nn theMh 4th, la)' of rVliru.ry. A. li 114 WITNKHS had any other medlclno all throughIlls dried sand, if this is necessary.
lay of Nov mber. A. II. ":SS. Inh the Ilonornlile C U. Andrew ... teething." .
.50 of H. "'. lIIarrow. .. Com- Judge of above Court and the Heal "f This treatment according to specialists
" I'J'') /nt. v". H I. Maklnann. an insane said Court. at KlMlmmee. o.ceolit Terthlna nay be given with absolute of the Florida Experiment [I
r ".. ..n. a,," AbetH. Maklnaon. hlife. ,ofI Count. Florida, thl. the 28th day vt safety, as It contains nothing Station, does not injure the seed butpractically CARS TRUCKS TRACTOJECSORLANDO ,
W II. Makln.on. guardian that can harm the most delicate system '
; December. A. H. 1 2S.
insures their freedom frondiseaseproducing . ..
and .. ,
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I ... Maklnaun. an In.ane uer.em. J I- OVKHSTHKKT.A. : - -' - -- : T-'r -- --
II B. "Flod .. He.pondenm, now p"iidtiK Clerk of above Court.Ct. Teethlna !II old by all drufffflats' germs, provided _ _
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) In the Circuit Court of the K..v. of- ( Ct. Neal) 45tlo'ountyjudile's or send 30c to the Moffatt Laboratories directions are followed in treating.
Ktatw
h Judicial Circuit of the
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h'U.rUla. In and for ttacvula County. In Court Oaceoln Coun Columbus, Ga., for a package _,____ "_ -=---= .::- .
t-h.inc.ery. 1 will offer fur Bale and ty. Florida In the Mutter of the K... and a tret booklet about babies. \
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cash In hand. ---wu- .6 ,
Ltll for 000
at public outcry tale of Amanda Culll.on decea.ed. Citation
So the highest bidder. .t the front for letters of Admlnl.tratlon.
loor of the Court Ilouee In Kl.almmee.fmcpola TO ALl. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
OOOO.OOO 1 OO : : !
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County. Florida, during the Notice is hereby given that the under MATTRESS FACTOR:
Pi-sal hour of ate on the fIrst Monday .IKII d will on the and day of February .
n February being the 4th day ot. A. 1). 3124.: apply to the Honorable RURAL COMMON SENSE ... i h> "mwv .

J.' bruary, AT>. 1934. the followingde.. T/L, Comer al Judge of the above , "' .i' MAKE -. '. :
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r crll..d propertytowlt: Court. at hi. office In the Courthouse, By Spuds Johnson 'C _
The Southeast quarter of the'outhw..t Klsalmmee Florida. for Letters of Administration 'C''C' .

Township It quarter South.of Itanir Section' J' Ea.t T. In of Amanda de bonla Culll.on.non upon decea.ed the estate . + + .e+ . . . . ... OLD MATTRESSES NEW

Beginning lIt the Houthweat cor- Thl. the 18th day of December, A. D. i
tier of the Houthweat quarter. of 1S1 I. B DIKFttNDORF.Johnaton "What's the biidea of putting f
the Southwest quarter of Section A. Garrett' Applicant salt' in the cow's tail, Si?" I asked of NEW ONES TO ORDER
T. In Township 1& Mouth. Rllnll'eI'_ Applicant. S-4t _
". ..t. run North 410 feet. East lau Coun..llor neighbor Smith as I rode up to hit

feet. South 410 feet West .10 feet NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR cow lot the other day just in time to Phone 804 500 W. South Street I

to the place of beBlntilnic.. con- TAX ORIOn see the finish of a crude operation.
taming I acre* more or I..of.. the NOTICE IS HKRKBT OIVFN. ThatW. "Her tail I ia holler Si replied. Orlando Florida \
The Northeaet quarter Cer-
J. Barber purchaaer of Tax ,
Kin "And we've jest bored her horns and
Northwest quarter of Section tlUrate No. IOU, dated the Ird day of
Township SI South. flange t* Eaat.n..lnnln. June A. I). 111. has filed said certificate poured in vinegar fer thu holler-horn. ..
at the Northwest corner In my ofdce. and has made application Peers to me this is going to be amighty ,

of Hectlon 11 In Township ISHOMth. for tax deed to issue In aooordance hard and I lot _____ _ __ _n__ _ __
Range I' Ea.t run South t with law. Said certificate embraces winter guess ..
chain., Ka.t 10 chain South ft the folowlns described property more uv thu cattle wil! be havin' hol .
chains. East 10 chain. North 10thalna situated In Osceola County Florida ler-horn and holler-tail." ...

of b..lnnlnlcont.lnln., West SO chain to. the It acr.place... ,Lots to-wit IS and SI. QllchrlaL "All I got to say Is. Si, you've the

more or I.*.. The said land being .........d at the wrong idea about this matter, and SELL YOUR VEGETABLES .
Heirlnnlnr .t a pout In fet date of the Issuance of said certificate you ought to be shot at sunrise."

South of the Northeast corner of In the name of A. E. ()one".n. Unless "Now none of yer high-fslutting:
Lot I In Hectlon II TownshIp 15 shall be redeemed ac
said certificate :
South. II.nee SS Ra.t. run West cording lam. tax deed will l.aue ideas. I guess I been raisin' cattle ON THE EARLY MARKET
810 feet South IU feet. East 110 thereon. on the 4th day of February. long enough to know some things,"'
feet thence North along the ...c- A. D. lU4. J. L. OVERSTREKT.Clerk he blurted out. -.
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tlon line Z6. feet to the place of Circuit Court.
beginning, .containing t acres moreor Oaceola County Florida. "These big ideas you swear about Canco Smudge Pots Make It Safe
I..... (Circuit Court Seal) may not be any good, Si, but some- _

Beirlnnlng- the Northeast corner 4-St By .8. H. Bullock, I>. C. how I never have to put salt in mycow' To Plant Two Weeks EarlierTwo
of Lot 1 In Section 11 Town- .4.
tails tneir horns. Ifyou'll
hlp SI South. Range II Kaat.: and TO ALL. PARTIKit iNTERESTED IN nor bore
run along the Section live West MALOMKV-I.DPKKH: euMPANl. agree to check up on those you
*19 feet. Houth 261 "'.t. ..t 110 a C.rs eratte.i have lost and those I have lost I'll weeks during; which you delay planting because of probable frost or :

feet, thence North atonic the Section NOTICE I I. hereby given that the un- bet you calf for calf that you've lost take a long chance in planting are the most important of the winter trucking
line to of .
leI feet the place
> 'begInnIng containing 6 acre. der.lgned. 11S. on flIed the their 18th Petition day of December. In the four to my one." season. They make the difference between early selling and late selling; big _

more or less.BegInning Circuit Court' of O.ceola County. Florida Of course I knew enough had been profit and average or no profit. .
at the Bouthea.t. corner for an Order dissolving MaloneyLupfer said; nothing more that could be saiJ
of Section 11 In TownshIp SSSouth.
Company, a Corporation; and
Range SR East (saId corner that on the 18th day of January, A. D. would have any more influence on him, Advantages of early planting can be yours without danger of loss through
being 101 link. South of the North- 1114 at T..n o'clock A. M. at Orlando, so I changed the subject. But it ii frost.
we.t corner of Section 1* In Town- Florida the said Petition will be considered provoking to see a man tormenting
Mp 16. South Range 1* Ea.t. by Honorable C. O. Andr.",..
above mentioned) Run We.t 7O Judge of said Court and such order his livestock that way. The poor animals Canco Smudge Pots in your field 100 to an acre will raise the temperature
yarda. North 70 yards. TIa.t: 70 made In the premises a. to the said are merely starving. They are
yarda. Routh 70 yards to the plice Court may eeem Just and reasonable. not getting enough feed to maintain keepingfrost out and crops safe. These heaters are simple in construction

of more beginning or le... contalnlnir. 1 acre Therefore, If you. have any objectionswhy their bodies, to furnish them energy easily stored durable and long' burning. They take the gamble out of truckingby

This Bale to be made subject to the Order said dl.aolvlngaald Court should not Corporation enter an for their work and to keep their preventing loss through frost or heavy rains which come in the late season.

11-14 Cltru. fruit crop now on the present the same to the said Court at bodies warm. Therefore they are haying

t.1'..8.. Floyd and owned by the Respondent the .hearing thereof.FRANK MALONET.J to call on energy stored up in Refer to your past experience. What would you have made if you could

Dated this 15th day of December A. E. t-UPFER. theIr bodies. have saved your crop those years when vegetables were hard to get at any
n. 1523. KT.t-IS F. DAVIS 4-2t 8. L. L.UPPER. If the tail gets flabby emaciated .
? Add to that the after
price better prices that could have
4.11t Special Master In above c.... run down substance has been drawn .. year year you t_ _

IN COUNTY JimOK-S COUnT. 01110- To Mar.hla Uodkey. Elisabeth Hard- from it for use In more vital organs< realized had you sold your fruit on the early market. -

In Re OI.A: B.tate('()ITNT.of James VtOHIIA.CavanaKh Ing ftlahala Kleffer WlKKlna., Jacob Klorfer.Annie Barnea.OeoraH ...lIxKI..ft'.r. or trouble.the animal The same has is some true digestive with the In these figures is absolute proof of the extra profits that Canco Smudge

Beni.la KlefTer. Lula Dar- _
CITATION Pecea.ed vies. I\a Wheaton Leo \Vheaton.I4llie lorns. As matter of fact a cow'n Pots can make for you. .

Wheaton. Lasell Whentoii. horns naturally hollow. The best f -s
are
ToHenry Cavanagh. _ _ _
Vlieaton.. Media Wheaton.
Alvin Rnonhurdh Falls. Vermont. Harvey Mrs Minnie Uoforth. Mr. Mary remedy for such conditions is to sec This coupon will bring complete information concerning -

Fairfield Cavanaiih, Connecticut. William., Alice Linn Kasel Linn. that the animal gets plenty of good -- Canco Smudge Pots. It places you under no ob
...lr"' C A. Bowen. William Linn. Charles Linn. Mra. wholesome feed. And it is better to ;

211 Qarfield Ave..) Oma Whorter Shlnpaugh., Mrs.Lela Mra.Wright Jennie, Her.hcl Mc- provide the feed before, rather than d ligation. Fill it in and mail it.
Glendale California. _ _
M,.. Wylene Barnes, after the trouble.
Thomp.on,
r.(' Admiral, Llnnle Apt.C. Wln No..ate.ROK. 110.S Foster V.rn Dyer Cecil; Dye// Yale Dyer, Provoking yes. But the consolation __________________________________________________ I
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Avenue) Chicago. IKInola.rvlnr Lee Hunt, Lowell Hunt and Chester of the thing is that we know "a:
I John. Hunt, and all other persons Interested SKINNER
HIS Mount on.Washington noad In Lots 15. K and IT In there are less of this hollowhornand COVPON' _
lllock T4. and Lots It and 11 In hollow-tail ideas today than ten
Colorado Spring. Colorado. of Cloud _ al< ..., lBvklacrrFl.rlda. c..... .
Everett' Johnson Shock St' of the .City $t. years ago.POTATO I "
(1I1S Mount Washington Road. Florida: MACHINERY D....... .
Colorado Springs. Colorado. You and each of you will please take MEN '

BI.hop Irving P, John.on. Guardian of notice that petition has been filed In ANXIOUS : S : .. . .. .... . acres' of
IrvingJohn.on and Hverett- Johnson, his Court by W. B Crawford. Admlntrator TO PREVENT DISEASES coMp4Abay.:
i '. praying an order of this Court 'a
Cotor ISIS.de Mount Spring.Washington. Colorado.Road that he allowedto take possessionof "The test is never too good4 is it . ... .. . .. at ........... .

h.rlea Cavanagh. (.d AND TO ALL, OTHER PHRSONfl INERRT)5t and all. persons named and all other B OX : "' _
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? ) IN THB HKRRINAFTBR parsons Interested are required to growers of this state particularly in 'yovr'Caaoo : I

DERCItIBLD: REAL BBTATB.1 appear In this Court on February llth, h.Hastings .vicinity. Tii ,7ear. as '-q.-.. Stands Pots. I a.,. .
NOT1C. I"''''. b y -* Mid' t SS4. sand-show eaus-lf-any;,there be.why probably aarmr before extreme precaution 10 Qt. Size: DlsUibvUrsAmerican for- doratand that> this does >set'p '"

.>'ch ftlsrtsr fi f. you.,that-the wO'.XI.tt.;, estate of. 'aa James ad. said petition- *should not, ,b* ianrldboa& .-I I are,being ,taken, by '.many r '1" .to->. acre give fallpreUotfon. Can cGmpaD7. .Wae. ,ano. IB':..Ir'way, -

...aa*....,d.mo.s.& tia/i-.U4.a>. P.UId -, andOrder( **. 'at",'.Klaaloini. **,., wen*,to;'prereot 'dleeaea*,' ; },}, ", 'I Cost about J) ; l _
ten i tl\*'mriSsVe 1tJ' c.ut.l setting riortdathIuJanuarl' n.Jl.... --. "J 1- A recent request for Informaujm in - ". -a |M p.r..Mr*..: '". .t":0". :. ;.'re4i.ohi.o; L, V, ,. -l.: ,11.u...". .!... .i".1e!' "' .
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aaii-ttaat a-3?StSSiA-fm** l. '-----.4ounty Jsdp. Opcebl'Cuitt o.

.afflclent-for_ ,' lbs pur BOB* !( ,par. IB* lto ,Iortd.., i j' by. L.*. 9.- ',Grata. in' ,charge-- '_ot the< .- ni 5" .
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Wednesday to Saturday January 23 to 26, 1924

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AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS POULTRY EXHIBITS :


CITRUS FRUIT EXHIBITS HOME PRODUCTS EXHIBITS


SEMI-TROPICAL EXHIBITS ART DEPARTMENT EXHIBITS ___ ,


s An Exhibition of the Variety of Agricultural Horticultural. Products of Which Osceola County Can Boast


Lunches and Drinks' on the Grounds. All Kinds of Arouiements; for the Kiddies.

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BAND MUSIC EVERY DA Y by the St. Cloud Band and Kissimmee Concert Band

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IT'S A WHOLE COUNTY AFFAIR--SPEND! EVERY DAY THERE !



:NYFEExliilitorsVllo: have not yet miule( arrangements l fur( ) their entries should see S. \V. Porter General Manager, k

Saint Cloud ; .\.J. ( reiser.: Saint Cloud( or Roy .\. Wells, k'issimiiKe.. Chairmen; Exhibits: ) Committees; <,r .J. l R. Turin,

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The person who is always! fishing Booster Nimihii-- The (;iazette.rippiil t 1 1' 1 If ..i mull i I- ii.illv ;inteie-ttil,, in- hi, I 1 r.>.(Tl'-.II'on' III. plI'MIlt', the .\1'-|li I I'a.scii(;!<" 'Si\". t i.1 I i I )nt' more for compliments has to use mimv ,\' : ) rind renlv.for mailing, ]1"(I ..i.,1| , !lu. I is not <'OIK'11'MI'd ..limit" CI'Il1l11 g) I (ntni, 1 Ins,, \,tn) h ..II 11.1l a' call.]] t' tin :nter, l.. i"f.. of ll ,,,..uran I' agent H- he tilted 1 out
kinds of hail. lent* (Hill. none out of it than hi "i- putting' : in, ,.nil HI .i pan I h,1'' ,- being -1.1' :. I'ni'iiii'i; "U, h, :""'' upplit'utiiin blank fur a fat ,,ol
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'. 1l'lI strunire I how liakn IIh\.i\- sell 1 Tin- liin-e on n I Pond for one je.iiin The' flu/cite; will help you sill you I I I.i .,.. 1 r..<- Il.r i ii \\ n draped' | l 1 ihi ,. l'4.arnert i "1 .'''HI '*"
uhut they knead thomselv*. KiiKl.iiiil: ,( I is :*|I(01.( ( I propelt.it a 'mall 'u 0-1> !Ij i i..f.1Vo i ? : "I' \Ih'It5" i ft.i.riiInuiiil I ., I 'In' 'l h| liinkini' \VliN.} 1 il'>.n't drive" am." said Miff,
1 I.. huru, ,il her.1 1., lati I in, artt last lurjfiT" <' them."
\l" lull., pI''I' .1..1'.. | "'!,,.J't' It !0:11' : j ji I Knipiiiir: "\\' .II. .. ., >', then, :\r! :Miff" Raid} the
j i 'I i I'.d.1!, '! 'r i JIM "ri'ii'nilii( .nil' I ii., if .it I Ju't siniikc" 'Bowl."C i nt IIA he ten up tile arplcation
i 1'0.' in. I II'i,, "li L'n'''tiiiaiii'-' )! ,KM .ill 01| a..1 I I'i our (.ompnm' no longer inturel
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II'l"'Ill" I t'i" lj.i!r .mil' ininii d :111 I 1.i M. 'i II ? ruua.-ha.
GARAGE i, 1 lii...ii" 11.r.. t .1 niiaiifii|' to jtirNi'iit' .iM 'h,.MI. i "i I- 1 tot. .. ,ni\' l 'II _. ___ h _
r Monroe Thomas I ',;'"i'II t.1 II 1'',n of t lir nu'ulent., I II I I' t.". (do l.ttnn. I push : 'r"'K 'rinthiiitr will cure a r.ck.

Sl 'd) 'J'I (, , ton' ... driver like thirt-, djyoberv .
18 Emmett Street 1 .II..It It..t.'I'I \HMll.l" ' I IIII I houuhtftil : I IVMIlllll
,. :\1,1.' .. 'n fill !II! |h .old<1 IIdp!| "d-, hike HI :neo lilY >'' of the HUM tlin uih n barred win.
f 1.-. ., K'--lnl1l1l'l'' IVnnhnnni. I'unth .-(;,' .!', Ilrlhwuys.

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4. .. ,. Maqhine, \Yqrl --- ;It Can, I3e. '. DntiQ. jn ,..Kissimn_. : ee, Studebaker Light-Six
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Ltght-SIx can be traced to the fact that It
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the public has sought for years.

When' placed in charge of this Bank, will be in care of an
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,I are in a position( to handle conveniently J'OUl'matters slang, axles, frames, bodies, tops, castings, fforg-

4 collections, such as deeds:; notes, bonds, etc., left in trust as ings, and stampings, parts-makers profits are
or escrow matters.
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,,1:;' This Bank conducts a commercial and savings department in Studebaker price.

l.. that is complete in every way.
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We solicit your account. Four
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'+ DEPOSITS INSURED !-I.....I.IGHT-SIX sir W B., 40 H, f. '....8PKCIAJaiXTfraim ..119'wa.SoH.I. 71'..., l3 BIO'' W..aix .
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