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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 18, 1924
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01151
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ROAD Park Doughten 'Is The New Editor I MORNING AJ 'TEN O'!CLOCK' AT ST. CLOUD I Not Enough 'Names. OitPetiton_ For MOREGARMENTS

With Eleanor Rosen Assistant& ; School Bond Election; Chamber .
Re ortera..v..To.Be: Chosen Appoints! Stanford And Tress _

Chatrmal.Phillips' Of Road Big Parade ,Will Feature The. Opening: After Which A Volunteer Service Of ,Local .

Department Promises To Park 'Do ghten., son of. City Mana- A large number-of qualified voters "
Organization To Sew ForThe
Few Good Will Be Made At The Exhibit
Speeches .
ger and MrsB.. B.v Doughten. wa* have signed the petition calling for a ,
Get Something Done chosen to head the High School G<,- ,Grounds: Smallest Horse In ''World :To Be There, I bond election to build a new high Disabled Veterans V
-tte for the next two terms,, at a school and primary department build
Chairman H B. .Phillips of 'the student body election held last week. ---.- ing.. But there are not enough signatures ' Last year the volunteer,service department .
Slat Road Department was a visitorin The high school paper wa started a Osceola County's 1 924 agricultural a 'big' costume dance i II scheduled yet to present the petition. of the Kissimmee Chapterof

KUsimmee for a few hours Mon- year.ago, and has been published cvor horticultural and home prodUcts -' with prizes.Friday James M. Johnston school trustee reported the American Red Cross made, '
I this part of the state to see that (favorable Gazette.. Editor and assistant editorare ; on Edward Krause wild animal l show meeting of the Chamber of Commerce sweaters for the disabled veteran in
action I II taken on the Ocean chosen from the students by a next Wednesday morning at ten promises some honest-to-goodness and asked that a committee be government hospital This work
To-Gulf highway which has been student body election. and serve for o'clock when a big parade of all organizations wild ones, and the committee affirms appointed to finish circulating the pe was done by a number of Kissimmee
educing Kissimmee.. Saint Cloud and the second half of the year's term will form at the G. A. R. that the smallest horse in the world titions. He said Sam L. Lupfer, Jr?, women and girls under the directionof
Melbourne people much concern for and, the first half of the following Hall and march to the fair grounds, will be on exhibition. On Friday also had circulated the last one and most Mrs.. Howard Anderson' chairmanof
the last few years. year.: The editor and assistant. are comes an oiange and grapefruit of this one,and urged that someone the volunteer, service department.Mrs. .
Mr. Phillips stopped at the Dajrson fleeted from the junior class thus at the Saint Cloud city park. After feast where the tourist will be else be named to relieve him. Mr. 'Anderson who has acceptedthe

hotel Monday night and according holding office for the first semesterof arrival there the crowds will be en- taught to'eat oranges "Cracker Johnston neglected to state that he same chairmanship of the chapter,
G. R. Dayson said he was here to their senior year. tertained for a few minutes by welcoming Style," and to eat-grapefruit without himself' had.donevJot of work along for this year a* well as the vice
pet action. Mr. Dayson says he ,told Eleanor.. Rosen was chosen as the '; addresses from committeemenand using a raincoat. The announcement the same line.Prelldent presidency, this week received a request .
him that he would see'toit..that the assistant editor. She is the daughter city and county officials.In is also made that a much neglected Farmer appointed II. from southern headquarters, at
contractors who are supposed to be I I of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosen and was the afternoon Wednesday the member of the citrus family will be Clay Stanford and Lawrence Tress to Atlanta, for the chapter to start on
making the fill in the Saint Johns river the winner of the state declamation committee has arranged for band concerts introduced, namely Miss Chiquita circulate the petitions and get them I this year's quota. Mrs. Caroline D. .
section either put in machinery I I contest last year at the Florida State I and general examination of ex Kumquat. In the afternoon there ready for presentation to the school : Cluls, headquarters director of Volunteer ..

which will do the work or. else. forfeit College for Women at Tallahassee.The hibits.! .Basket. ball games .will be will be various contests for men and board. I Service says in her letter that
their contract. 1' new editors together with Miss : played three evenings during the women over fifty years' of ace and Mr. Johnston reported that the that there are, still 26.000 disabled
The Melbourne: Times in comment Almena Ix-itner, head of the English .I fair Wednesday night the Saint band. concerts. At night the Kmsim- trustees and the school board had decided veterans in the various government .ft '
ing on en editorial in The Gazette a department of the high school will Cloud High School will tangle with I I mee and Saint Cloud High Schools upon building. a high school hospitals to provide for. She asked 51
\vf,"v before, said last week: 'I choose the reporters who serve for the city fire department's basketeers.The will play basketball. building and a primary department the Kissimmee chapter to make this

"The Times can now add to what ,one month. committees have designated Saturday continue the Krause Circus bulldin lIe said he anticipated no year six bathrobes six: sweaters, and .,
has already been Raid on this sub The outgoing editor and assistant I Thursday. Ford Day. A parade In and Wild Animal Shows,' and contests opposition to the bond election by'' six pairs of pajamas.
ject, that negotiations are now on editor are Fred Lupfer and Alberta the moa nlng will occur when various for school children. Band concerts those whq had favored building ward Material for these garments will be
which may result in placing one of Brunson who have held their respec- prize will be given. The complete as usual and another basketball school buildings. With the amount sent to Mrs. Anderson by the national -
th. biff drainage( excavators on the ,I lContlnud on 1'.... JCI.hU list of entries for prizes: has not been game between the Saint Cloud High (Continued pairElirht) organization some time this month.
iob to throw up the embankment ovrr .i decided but they will probably School and the fire department. They are expected to be finished before .
the St. Johns river flats. If thii OPTIMISM ATCHAMBERCOMMERCE Include prizes for the oldest Ford Entries continue to come in for the I, BANK OF KISSIMMEE the first of June. Mrs. 'Anderson
\I. done. the fill will be completed in RULED worst looking Ford, best looking exhibits. Kissimmee women intending -I believes that. in view of the splendid
much less time than has been esti Ford oldeet Ford driver fattest to enter exhibits in the home I response of her committee last year- j.
mated. Those who are not acquainted I leanest youngest and best looking products division including needlework 1 there will be no difficulty In the local ,I
) with the situation do not seem to Ford drivers. The slowest moving jellies, home cooked foods etcetera chapter furnishing Its quota thisyear.
understand that muck II not road : All women and girls who would
Ford will in all probability be in line should communicate with Miss
material, and that it i. necessary'to -t for a prize- it's got- to move howev. Thelma Woodall committee chairman like to have a part in this work for
It remove five or alx feet of soft muck Dr. Hugh Tapper's Address for that department. A list of the Institution Expects To the disabled veterans... asked to

- before the sand and clay .!suitable for er.Afternoon contests will include ten- quantity of various exhibits to be entered Open For Business In The communicate with her telephone 209.
use on the nil can be reached. This Showed,The Good Things nis barnyard golf roque croquet for will be found on page 8 of this Part of the work of Mrs. Andes,
lid m.keshe work much slower than if, Outnumbered The Bad, both men and women. In the evening issue. Latter Part Of FebruaryThe son's committee this year will be the
lit soil conditions were more favorable' maintenance of a "Loan Closet" for '

.\1. along the scene of operation. '- "I am an optimist because I know charter for the Bank of Kls- emergency use and for local clothing ','
. "As to the ferry this is simply a is than truth simmee Kissimmee's new financial needs. This department in the' national ,
convenience for those who prefer to is stronger stronger than falsehood wrong, love II CITY'S NEW FIRE STRAWBERRY MARKET institution, was issued last week work is this year making layettes .,
travel over this route in preference to than hate and God is Thursday at Tallahassee. Stratton for European countries where
stronger ,
LTii going the longer way around. The than the devil. Story cashier arrived in Kissimmee the Red Cross I. extending a helping
longer route is always open to those stronger"There never has been a ENGINE IS SHIPPED SLIGHTLYSTRONGER Tuesday, and the bank) expects to op. hand. It has not been definitely decided .
::10 who do not want to pay the ferry backward step in human permanent history en in the McCrory block the latter whether the local chapter can .
,.a charges, and the talk about a coUu- since the days of Adam. There have part of February. Furniture and fixtures undertake some of this work ,or not
lion! between the railroad and the have been ordered. with the other features contemplated.. (
been apparently backward steps for Northern Markets Hit Low
New Type LaFrance Engine
road builders I. mere bunk-too absurd The officers of the new bank are:
iihcrt have
. to even think about." a not been space permanent.of time In but these they day Will Give Kissimmee A Figure Last Week With 1.. II. Gedge, president; M. I. Stout, TAMPA FAIR TO BE : 4

,. when the discordant voice is heard Modern Zero Weather There first vice-pr .ldent; B. C. Miller, sec GREATEST IN SOUTH '. -
ond Stratton ,
I', everywhere, and where gigantic evils II vice-president; Story

BIGGEST OF SEASON threaten the very life of tile republic Kissimmee's American La. This week shows a change for the cashier. These officers V.together withR. I Eight Ststes Will Exhibit la The
new S. Floyd and Lyles Story constitute
is well this
it to on better for the
4 France combination pump chemical strawberry growers. the directorate. Livestock Section Which WTI Be \
That was but one of the many excellent Last week the markets of the north
ren Nights' ID A liar Room" Proved and hose motor fiie engine was shipped Finest Ever Assembled' In State
To lie Biggefft Drawing Card Of thoughts brought out yesterday last week from New York and is kept pace with the mercury in the MUSICAL TALENT NEXT TUESDAY -
\ at the noon luncheon meeting of expected to arrive by the end of next thermometers the low price for the AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH With what is believed to be tho,
Series Presented' By Amateur the Chamber of Commerce by .Dr. week. On its arrival the companywill season having been the middle of thiweek. most commodious exhibition plant in +

The band's 'ftt; play, under the direction author.Hugh Tupper famous lecturer and send one of its experts from its when Florida strawberries sold Several well known Kissimmee musicians the entire\ south the great South
Dr. Tupper is spending the in New York other. cities will next Tuesday
and northern
of Mr. and Mr. William Atlanta headquarters, to unload the Florida Fair and Gaiparilla Carnivalis
Triplett, played tohundnd! and winter in Florida writing a new engine. test it, and instruct the local for thirty cents netting the growers night at the First Christian church ina to open on January 31 with an exposition i'
book and the chamber was fortunatein here just about what the little musical program augmented by and
dollar house. Then the Legion firemen as to its intricacies. incomparably bigger
seventy -
being able to listen to him. Dr.Tupper. boy shot at. This week has broughtmore readings. lit addition to the local .
Play,, "The Port of'n. .This engine was purchased by decision more comprehensive than any preceding
is known Phila- .
usually as talent those who attend will have
encouraging missives from the another "
the fair held in Indeed
.of and Tampa.
got out a two hundred dollar city manager commissioners ever
he for twelve :
as wa years Western Union and Postal opportunity to hear James P.
audience "Sweetest Girl In Dixie" and Fire Chief J. C.' Buck- Telegraph P. T. Strleder, general manager o
again under tbe Band auspices, wasgreeted pastor of the First Baptist church in eli last July. The old engine was companies which have brought wordof Locke the celebrated comet duettist, .the. fair does not hesitate to say
the Quaker City, but he told his hearers mounting the tho who is In Kissimmee.
tales In wintering
< : prices made
by a two hundred thirty-five .' turned n on the new account, the that with the 'new buildings
yesterday that be,was born, reared north running from forty to sixty Some of the other numbers on the
dollar house. "Ten Nights In A Bar company allowing the city 91500 for necessary by the 'growth of the taltthll
and converted la .
Rcom" presented last..Tuesday night 'Georgia."If it. The old engine has served the city cents. program will be vocal ,solos by Mrs. year the plant of the South
for the Kissimmee Concert Band you people of Kissimmee will almost thirteen years having been The last part of .last week and the W. O.' Hornbaker Mr*.. Sam Story, Florida Fair Association takes rankas
make up your mind., now, at the beginning I first day of this, with their rain considerably with orchestra accompaniment; musical -
played to a gross house of $:uo.oo.1 purchased second! hand when acquired.\ the greatest in the south.
of the to listen to
new year, reduced the number of out- readings by Mrs. Nelson Ma-
The allowance this the fair Is 170-
This play just one week after Cobum's op engine is accepted -. floor space for 1924 t
no pessimism\ vOice tno> pessimism going refgrigeratora. Up through last Mason; piano numbers by Misses Au-
the the first
minstrels, played to the same by company as 000 square feet. Twelve buildings
avid tolerate have
no rsaimtam. youll installment the the other Saturday night strawberries sent gusta Winn Edith Miller and Mae the not '
packed house as did that popular road on new one, 1 now comprise plant, including
show. Y01U' new your payment begin in February of next from the express platform this season Wlnn; reading by Miss Margaret the livestock buildings which are in
new paved streets. You will be the I totalled 129 eighty quart freezer Stanford[j duets by Mrs. T. M. River of rearrangement to provideroom
The crowded house, the biggest year. process i
kind of
optimist the man wa who The and 31 thirty-two quart, or a total of and Mrs. Lyles Story; humorous increased
will the
audience before which the Kissimmee new engine cost $12,750: greatly number
aid 'If I lose thank GodI
my 11,312 quarts. Of these 3472 were character reading Miss Augusta 'be shown here. '
Prima Players have yet appeared, being a triple combination Type 75 of exhibits to
still have my health; if I lose mhe.lth December shipments and 7840 quarts Winn; flute solo. Mrs. U. J. Burrows \
enjoyed the show albeit there was LaFrance motor with a capacity of These buildings and the exhibits.they
I still have business if I
my ; during the first two weeks of 1924. and violin numbers by Miss Madge
750 gallons minute. will
of Seven house
plenty shedding; of tears when lost both I shall have no use for' per yearly are
Little Mary died. and several lecn.d payments will be made. The express shipments from Kis Rivers. and '
peoJ without the other. Snow Hall 60x500 feet county frJv
simmee There will be admission chargedto
of vegetables citrus fruits no
their The fire
during Mr. Trip- new fighting apparatuswill
eyes "There is,-as we all know commercial exhibit*.
won- thousandeontainera
a and fish amounted to the entertainment. It i la being given -
lett's enable the to hold its second over.a
realistic tremens scene. Mrs. city '
Strieder Hall 60x175 feet
in material
development today in the interest of church ,
the first two weeks of this new
Triplett, a. usual "pulled" the bulk class rating with the boards of fire '
and commercial
things along educational lines and year, in addition to the strawberries. llphts and a silver offering will be
underwriters. and
will result
of the laughs by her excellent comedy probably
philanthropic in better ideals) in the I taken. Broreln Hall 50x325 feet, county I
Oranges and other citrus fruits have
in small reductions ,
acting of Miss Mehitable Cartright, on certain class ai"
political world. There is also ,a won- risks. constituted the heaviest express ship. and commercial exhibits.
and more than amusing make-up. Allison derful development all over the worldin FOUNDATION County Building< unnamed 70x160
ments, with 594 crates. Other ship FOR NEW
French played opposite J er. as i
the moral and Christian phases.People feet, county and commercial exhibit
ments of various kinds
TWO of
Sample Switch! of resolutions
i l'lre beginning to realize that in addition to car load lots have : Wall Hall, 0x200 feet two floors
of shprt duration. Miss Helen Bass '
love builds mure fires than hate extinguishes. GAMES THIS WEEK been: Fish 117 barrels school and commercial exhibits.;
as Jce Morgan's wife, gave an excellent The pessimist is never 101 ; eggplant Of New Plant M Shipped And Brown Hall 50x200 feet agricultural .
crates 70
; cabbage, crates
*Interpretation of that part hanoy unless he's miserable: lie has IIt11 School Boys' Team Schedules pers. 58 crates; cucumbers 37 crates; pep; Foundation CompleUxl As Far As machinery exhibits.
ond b." te of the audience
three kinds of troubles, those he has Winter Haven Game And McKay Hall 60x100 feet, Canadian
with her in the Tonight beans 35 hampers; and celery four Can Be Till Engine Bolts Come
play's story. II had those he has now and those he Home Game Saturday Night hampers. exhibit. it
Walter Ham made a good Simon expects: to have. You mention any All is in readiness iu the light I II Thornton Hall 50x200 feet, commercial .
Slade passed out the drinks and ad successful chn meter and he says. Various cancellations due to weather LITERARY SECTION OF I plant to go ahead with the "rest of the exhibits varied industries.
-considerably to the comedy of Yes, but-'. Did you ever notice how I and other conditions of the games WOMEN'S CLUB MEETS seven foot concrete foundation for Bize Hall 50x200 feet automobile
the show. Albert Button as Willie mAny people say 'Yea but-' instead i which have been scheduled for the the new Fulton-Diesel engines, as show. .'. .
Hammond spoiled son of Squire cf 'Yea, andYou tell him his I boys' basketball team of Osceola Hitch soon as the engine bolts come. A Florida Building, 50x165 feet, with : X
Hammond convincingly carried his troubles are but' mental and he'll say, School have not discouraged the Members of the literary section of crew has been working for several two wings each, 50x65 feet and all '
role vntll hi. demise at the hands of 'Ye, they are monumental.' players and they have signed up two the Kissimmee Women's Club spent days under City Manager Doughten two floors, women's work fine art* 4
Harvey Green the gambler played "Rut if there Is so much progressin more for this week1. a delightful afternoon Tuesday with preparing the foundation. The specifications and flower show on upper floor:' lower
Very well by Sidney RiChard who the world if there i is so much improvement Tonight they meet Winter Haven Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan at her home on call for a seven foot concrete floor natural history exhibit and k
took'' the part on twodays', notice. whyTTo we see and hear at Winter Haven in the Kissimmee Clyde avenue. foundation, twenty-seven feet square. museum.
Arthur Bullock was "drafted" about so much which seems to be out of boys' second game of the season. To- As the occasion was intended to be Eighteen inches of concrete has been Poultry Building, 100x200 feet, ?
ten minutes before the curtain rose, I! loint in the world T It is because we I morrow night at the local court opposite very informal no program had( been poured, and the side reinforcingsteels poultry of all kindi with a pool for
to play Frank Slade whose portrayer have the bad presented to us more the high school they will play prepared but the afternoon was given -I "planted." Five foot engine ,water fowl and parks for peafowl '
failed to appear, and "got away with. j often the good is not called to our Summerlin Institute of Bartow. I over to discussion and reminiscence. b"ilt, must be placed before the rest ,nd l pheasants.
it" nicely.This I I attention especially. The evils are As this i is written thfL manager of ; The section is at present studying of the ccncrete can be poured. Word Total floor space 170,000 square
play introduced a new member more ,widely advertised. The abnor- the girls team is trying to. get a southern literature and the interesting has been received from the Fulton
of the Drama Players), who gavean rnii i presented!! not the normal. The game for the girl whirlwinds in order fact was brought to light Iron Works at Saint Louis that feet.Florida's! potentialities for the
excellent account of herself. Little newspapers play up the crime and to stage a double header for Sat that several members are connectedby these! 1 holts have been shipped and i it breeding., of fine thoroughbred cattle,
Alta Ruth Overatreet made her unoleasant things, because the unusual urday night. ties of blood and marriage and is probable that by the end of next hogs, horses anl other livestock are '.
initial appearance before an audience ) 1 is news. family friendships of long standing week the foundation. can be completed to be illustrated at the finest exhibition '
in the part of Mary Moriran. and endeared with some of the eminent authors
"Once I told Mr. Rockefeller! thatI 1' r ever assembled In Florida.
herself to the caltand the audience the PROGRAM whose lives and work are being 1,
Considerable _
thought greatest philanthropic difficulty was experienced George N. "Benjamin director of
Sunday, January 20. 4 studied.At ,
bv her conscientious work and1goodacting. p. m.
endeavor ,which could be done in this in keeping the fine silt and
livestock of the fair has been hardat
Broadway Band Stand the close of'
the afternoon delicious
I|I I would be establish chainof mud from
country to a oozing through the forms, work for weeks lining exhibits
#"Another juvenile appeared between strawberry shortcake and coffee up
newspapers from Atlantic to Pacific 1 and Superintendent J. C. Buckets of the
rearranging livestock to
KISSIMMEE pavilions
the scenes in a "dancing act. Just were. I.
'', and Great Lakes to Great Gulf U. J. Burrows Director I the light plant has spent the arrester provide the necessary space for the ,
five'years old, little Betty Jane Boat- which should play up the pleasant part of the last few days with rub- greatly increased number of exhibits
wick made her debut before the footlights :I things. I would like to edit those p.per. .- March-Battle of the Winds Dubble DEGREE WILL ber boots on, endeavoring shut off and otherwise preparing for the great '/

and thoroughly charmed the I. .. I'd print the news that ten Overture-Light CavalrySuppe BE CONFERRED ON MONDAY the flow. livestock show. It has been necessary ,
audience. Mrs. Settle Bostwick re j l lsponded 'thousand bank cashiers had not embezzled Concert Valse- "Pierrot & Pierrette, The pew light plant i is being built in this department as in all others
to two encores for her violin instead of the one who did. ..._-.'--.X..Edwnrd: All visiting Masons are, invited'attend to between the present one and the city at the fair to provide a great I "
soloa' a between ..specialty.-.- I'd tell them of the ten million people March-Royal Decree ___.._ English the regular\: meeting, next jail utilizing the walls 'of each. It deal of additional soace. and.the task: '
One of the most enjoyable.feature who last year rode),In automobiles .INTERMISSION Monday night of Orange Blossom will house the two Fulton-Diesel internal of working oat a plan has been of,
of, the" program ..was-- the>*'>cornet withoutbeing-killed-6r: injured Instead SelectiooPriace;; .of Pilsen." Luder Lodge No.' 80, F.,and A M.-; at'Fraternity combustion engines and ,generators small magnitude.While the plan bas, 0;
"duet, ,, played.. by one,nan with two of the few\'who t'l1n.t.aeddent J Caprice--WoodlancT. Glade. ..Holmes HalL The Fellowcraft degree whlcR will considerably lower not yet been 'completely worked oat
cornet. James ,I\;'Lock 'Kiasitnrnee I' shouldwrtte'of'"the: 'twenty Million March-Pass in w..Safranek will be I conferred upon three membens the operating expense. 'It,'is, ..ti- sufficient progress has been made to ,

visitor this winter; treated the crowded married couples who hare not ben Star Spangled'Banner..Key; ,: ...v. _":;.,:,, -S.- mated that the saving on fuel and assure ample room i for: All,of theex-, ?
ho*** to his most wirasual and excellent and -of""I the :.billion and labor wilt for the ,
divorced ; a pay. .ptpt'Inthree. hiblts. "".li1-t& *v4_ <- .+- .;.
,cornet -playing. 't The! half ,f JIIel1.'wom ,. 'fchildren.' who. *' :A Ci>.SltygBTKATfce AERIAL.'STUN'INEXT.'.SUNDAY.. years, (""'.. I./ ". {It> ,' Herds are to'-, lie' exhibited I from. .
.plaYed concert'in firontItbm.thesv did nOt 'commit sulcMe.-4*:".*. '* :'; \: '" v' ,. 11'" '_ _" H ,' r_ The company's engineers will cone! .
Georgia, Tennessee "bliebi.yaTi
tre,before the show aridtb. band or "I''am an-optimist because'I am a ,'.. 'Indies1 I ; Aid :of'the Christian ':The. passenger..esrrying'"and,'stoat Kissimmee'to Install the new plant, \ Ohio. Alabama, .Missouri Kentucky, and ,
chetra furnished the music inside., know that. God church will hold a'silver tea at ths performing flyers' who hare ( , 6i
Christian. because X. '. I were ,to and the contract calls fore th.5. htgineers Florida. Beef cattle1 breeds to be'rep-
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1 The?band 'will take, 'the ' I* always at home. that he is always I home of Mrs.,Julias appeared last Sunday,,'but* toold'not services until the,plant fs la resented ,include;r..Angnsw'ahorthornar, I 1/1.' ,
'SaJ I 'next"weekwhere, it.will awake,'and that h. is Jut'.* Inch .:,Tuesday' I afternoon,, at S:30. do so en account of the ralay weather, operation,,1 and Uis'ilottl crew''thor., polled shorthsrns and Herefords, iwt'.

I .be A.'presented Tuesday1 :night' at the Q .Jtisst.I; ,' today--1" ...things. $ hm'. pYtwo.! .. pi will be at.tile aviation' .".W.I\} Kisshn/ oughly .fsmillarl. :t.witar. t while.i tldaIbredsMeiudsHeI4 I t ; ;'> itf .". ',',c.
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3 SANYTARYDAIAYCC'S I no Ji.y: 'ISOlnng', /:'. );S/lIw'ln* > V.UI' ,,0*; eoU \"e > ; The 1924 Model
+j I ) I hard( on the entile nnJWe )J. *?#
MILK & ICE CREAM 1 U 5hti Monday If iion'i.blc! ; and by tilv U6n't 11j to inych\ ,\'hI1"1' iow. Studebaker Big-Six
g ) moan ,,oat< Jatt-r this! Tuesday in ut' 'here hi Fie..rhlnbul. .U-> have" jut' Car 5'i;;
rIle? Mattery thing; will! to In ah'apefor k I' ,ldown
morning. enough to; kill down and keep c :i-c: '
( the opening Wednesday most of the oiJmaryit grasses! J $1750
Gt : tii-! family l .to+yther and\ come -
tfiok' rcliih.
<.1 1 |plains: that
1 1I' I lo the fair. K'rng ... ntja ,)tenth and |I Hut II little foiesjjU will] do much I
stay all day, then will le plenty: of j ji
lto '
: .1'j i rarnedv i : ihi*' sitintUnr The c III'e. :,
out in tee il.rk II lpre-d a picnie '
I r c. tan crops) \\iMI plait iii full Di
I if liu\i:' 1 hiii, : i .
piefei a
i Ilun'h\r: ? you g i til/l uut i' that] hill pull! nur ,(to. k''
\ulUU-! sere u 11 all kind 1 < I
i} S \ '
hin' tots hard Ijod I. I 1'1 /
!I.r eats tc .('!11. The idea!( 11t". IK I ,, 'n p..t Septem-I,
et j hole I \\.IM vftti'ir m' 1 ,i'i'l Ii
loll it l by al! l1a'all. 1
I nd.! r titer; < 'o\ V' <'r"I'] of o t i
(Get; \ I..i.' -1..1 I !nil.f p'm'td u. <. ) i '
i ATTENTION, ',, , .. x ( ::lii: l lap"| 1 l.ut' 11 OcM'lx-i" .,nl'!
''', )f" dh! I I.\\ wlllV the I fO Irecut I ..
: : N 11'1'1'' I tV .t.tII I
.1 .v in "\ < planted" s
r FATHERS; i I fit' ii, !Ih.i: ,in .vcluix.: ill.-. h.l I IIV I. : ..'
it n i Ih. I fi; .f'! ire irr"! :'lliin .
.. 11. 'in- uil! H'oii 1)0 :.u'1 >- to pit :
\\ lil .'.'11' t lIP oti i',
tie: r > n.ip (
i I t pl.H! < ill/ lU :'l;,-1.1 All I.t !i.">>. '
J I eftret. ',..0."t I 1 .tw.! el 1 It',! i il' 9U:Ito ', .i ij ."atct'.k. h'"I I-' i-i runt I.IK n'i;, I
Y \ h Jk'dI.loir, ion'h ti hl""
< ( < :
Sanitary Hairy milk is thii..t.l: h y dtfwt: : Jtll y'urstd. I- i
l ,
I II..U.i h i "o i j.i I LI.u |k ;j' 's'.v.r' i bra's
In .i\.' .tv t.,<' f itnlj' .1 I 11.1'
< ,
. a ,
the for '
"milk r JUT folk tu l : 'n- .il<'i..1: .1"\' ", Vi, (1s.. uii" i ;.n'
I "'ill ti'it, : irso.Mi I I ;i < hq-ia'lilll tot !
11 will -benefit li l" tIi' 11'' 'I.i' .
your y .11. ill t reef .1't t H I 'I'I/
fl' 1'/.1.-I /
Iut: oa:I IJll I a XV till' -
l' Your wife mil, children ... 1 t.: i- tier. \\ TI .,I\\'. S I 11 ill.- *l I. a
i I"i' .1' tn.-f: \ o il p' ..11:1:Eg: :.nn.hl" ' '
will: lil.e it and it wlb.:\ .> I lui. -n.'d u., l,,ikt i.iOP i ' |I' *s'li'i. : '11..t''J'.I'i' i. ni i.-1 t .'!iU'1 tall t had i iiii'I ,, In the Studebaker Big-Six you get all
'i lurn' hI! ( l t'v"I: i t' Iw.j'
good for -,- it is x.': .dl|' ':i.ni1: t''t: theLfo.
jou.DK. .. 'l:, I 'I.' :, n het. .
5)d w o ,1 t i ? ,,' l t < i- and all
i' y all the comfort
\ .h.I., ..; Si i :-i'h'-; :.ttlo -l.l I II II the performance,
tin- I'II.\ i .t.t: : .
+ 1.1'-: .
i il'nil 1
ro'd. ,d! .11 I t'u" i ni I s illof m\ pain: '' S I
r : I in .". .""n't', h."I al'!: tit '
ANLL\RYDA! iRY@ ; '< : til.ycISC, ,' l n'r I .i:, .'a.I.. ': .\ t ," ,"'ink ,1 .;linnic-n\ the' n' !. (,'n." undlet,. the dependability that any car can giveat
r i;t a I I il:il t\,' a i rt'rin.r "01'n I.1 'j i'i
( I' "(I.' i 1" Milt tai 1II'h if you '" '(Jl* '
i I. % :: 11\ .-."..lIt i"i1 (mi' alder' n//I.: ) i Ioli,' a price that smaller producers can
u let| In I ig h"'I.t.' oil 1.111:1: ::! the ** i .
ill') .t'i ;1:1 h .....
1,11 and I ;i ,1! ."t'I' : :ir .11" n II I I"' ii' "ana".1" ii' zI ) i :
ir : i Ivl I . .\ | < not even approach.
IoI: 11)5 10. jh.t, t oa i a.i .i|1..11..1. '!'n ..i." t 1.
G.I; t ixi "nt.ui.irrr i .11
11 11)[
pi )> .
. \\'t'1I.!! th.ii w .i- i 'L'I '":' it in ; r ,I'
,. ,
.n. Ill f. t .t!! f het":
ia .tilt .
| than the
,' '''lUllll 1 I'IM'I. ll..'I I <' .,-.t .-,: Ul '! If you spend more Big-Six <,
'I.< i m ra'Inn .
.Illl' .. "- I I :trash!l I I. I tl. :.1'rl I"' .:I II.ft. '
s; ( / ) \.j I r I 1'r i <' M'I.: 'r..f at..lllIl..n .. .
444444afiaoaaafiafioaaaa [ ill' .Ml \.h..d..X LJ'fl' S;,. 111'll .. ) If I'll -t' 11 :- n'I \l r'y. I fl'! 1 price, you can buy more weight and
K, J. DENNING .' I I.' t ''I.. tea y i II :ire > l l,-" ..
\' of I .tt ''"k athe' 1 fair Will ben I ,
i ? DK.MIST v ' in full! fo, ,.4./ .IOin I ,< t I,1 I an f.I'II": l 1 tll.l'l\ :Si.;" ,I-IM, II' '. III'\; 'ut'r', bulkincss! and pay more for factory
hut' ,, ,. ttl'l') .'.. '
a I..l", h.ixe nod .1 I'J'Mtv IITI! n' il
Over the Postoffice a Meat:: t l"1Do
4 OFFICE HOURS: H ) you \Ki, OA. hi v.' to 11Ial.: )b< id .lion' CHIIM to pout out ., .1.1 i i-ximp',, overhead, and operation but you will

< 9.00: to 12:30: : laO: to 6:00: "iiii\ niixturi" ;' I If "not xxiite, 11. iynur ." ti then.
1 I In :,01) iit lout C"i I'M1''' .II'' ".III"'I'i, ,' '
Residence ', jho' I h\\ I automobile.
Phone 174- < 'nnix ugl) 'nt :it- it 1-1.1"11" i iil not get a better
O Office Phone 1.1S < I 11, is the dope I hat \kip l II'.I'J 'n put lutwi-i-'i, ili i'''rii'-: ; III-, t1:,i' '
o4aaoa4aaa44aasa4 } } aj off I1 ..I 1 will:; lie kept[ f"d"h) : .tl'; No'n: *'
c 1 you I'i IOJJK
- -- (ill I trttlllt P1 o'er 'I'u I ,,pl.lOl- t'tkr t ; Studebaker has been building quality
':-X-Moo-- '>-:--: ::: -:-:-,';':':;':::-:::: I MIMS 10 HOI'SMIX PSI : ." I'Kpi >nt f.<, I I. s it In. i "HIT'- a".I i1!

'\tide In the .Ml, I Ins', i>-..M-.'( 'nj' ith'ltli'nj vehicles for 72 .
j MILTON PLEDGER I' Home Demon) erosion ,.,. years.STUDEBAKER .
fi I rcm Sp( a'.\i'l linn I'll"i in it I.

.;. --- i.t-. Tall.ha'.N' :inI fee' -n"' I p 'IeI'O', t.>K s.t Iliei ". I

.\TTR EY\TL\W .r -- -. I U"fp! them fmin u.i'.iiliii'1 i\\.i> \\ .lI, :,|
I FI"licla .il ( ands with; ; 1II.i..f; !
< Slate ) many
Dank Building fin lliuHIM: '.\ "iti n i iI '.
KlShlMMI. ''I!. FLnln": game. and' HS l'"s. ls tl'r "TW'I i si-.i-i.n, I

: 'rt is nn oppoitunitv to IIIMmi tHi I UK\'. \\ M KI EH :srohK; : 4IN ,
. ..., .. .. .
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1 mutt hill ( MIIIH.tlll- i :il 1 alo '
--_ -- - .- iu :-t i ri( UN; .\ ITII.i HE\I.II'II; ."'->
I 4004444a4t Sa4vavat vp give ,i i'!tang to 1'-(, duly: ] "nten'I.i

*. T IL' a thin .iliic (if b.iun ovii i (I" *-"IH',I II.I IIJ.ll Ji r .Ittlt-;; Ul I i ill -ll''>
j \ : KRIBDS & STEED ::' hret' 1.,1" of rush Intil, put t'i' i" i II 1- ;, ..I.I'a d! s.'on '< h\ ", l I.{. II I I | 1.,....., 1 1 r. .... m. tO H f ., llf W. m. .fOH.f. r.1'_., IM' w. m.. Ie H r.

:" : Attorneys and Counselors at Law I into II I hill' irr: di-h \'. nil ,a I.Illc .boil M 01'l "r. in ('hI'i.' '' t ","in 'i. hi'--iin I Ino Tswana.--- -a "5 TourlN 'JJIO T-- 'UMRoatbt

Kissimmee Florida < : inff wiit r; ('O\ ('P it (li-\! and set on. '. li-i Sunday' t.I'ht The I --p 'al..1 I II Road.ur (SPwns _<).......>-1111 epd.urS-P.r.-IUS
(0 top if the rnniro. )('' the b'rd. ' I 11011/1/ put. : Coup* I _.
General Practice in all State and Coup (S-f'M.) __U95 Coupe (s-Tn. ) 1MS CoupeI-r..s.) 145.
United States Courts. a teiiin ID o. ) :i mini,t...1. 'I Ins,. pltim-1-,) "It i!i. mure "nil, ,'i-.-tinp to fioii. a.d.n --N.S B4-dan __. .....__..--._1915 s..t_ teas
: a444asaafiaa44aa4a4 .fia44aa4fi4fifia them. rhi thkr t \ iilf: (he cover .in I II !'!'ll. \\' .I".ne- and "II zndu.t, the Io-tl .

1 '- ------- --- -- _.- - ')()Ik ,, "J I put (Iu birds nil' .i tl.t on. i iii%"', i. i..i.i..ti'iin-1 'iipiimiiti, Ttrmt lo titfot four Conrvnono

'I ?. 4fififia {. .:. <. : ..:o..tlllg- tlii'in ofttn \\ilh l. .Imtti. i .tllt'), ..-. II"> < I luih, iiinv":ixi'ir( ] 'i Ic I

J i| ) 'a e. PAT JdHV.STllV 1- <:,\I1ET'i'! : : <. I i.r-i\\n iiKin and -<.:,\'i' "'. JIll jr.lav i . . n""IIL' Sin.:;' :\. .l I 1"1" |II..i\\" KISSIMMEE: AUTO COMPANY:

S [ fi Johnston & Garrett :.t!: jelly, anti -p I i.f-v( of pr-I'! . "I ,I- t t' )III-, < ( !i'ti.d-, 'I( ,ud| I (-11,.I...' i

'It.irhoriir I U.ilih; :I IAftii '" ;v I \\ltlUXJ l both \\Hll "slfllS) :ant'I Kissimmee: Florida
i; O ATTOIHt 1 it;?;AT-LAW 5.; .. ; ,
tie IH >lilts lit ki'ipitiIM u. ur and Wlt'l .1-l: ntitlu I Iml

<- 10, 11 and 12 Osccola Hank! .> |:,.V-,<. I "i std hung tin 1"1'1 infill i.i a ; I mftof the II. il\' Sn.rt i t nl'.r, !' .I,
i Building <. ..I 5,.1) Ill.X.. '. 'half till 111, lard \- (il. llon : \ I i' ; i ,, IG I! ; .wn v'. il';,' '11h J ::1 1 l i.r'i t ta ti

fi ]{ I<; BOI EI':. ( rlt1OA4440fi4a4fififia4fifia .:. .1; in" a tlnpinii' ; .:- p.I"i roil: ) c inlyn .I i \. :,"(' II. K tini, iv. I.h i I.

: .> .> <. n \i ,i\' li..u, o\i''l for..i...IO hnur. lia-i :,' I lilt-: '\\ li,.1 Hi hath I -, e.l' fell"i I THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR

\, In nW.III'- v\'illl Ih.' foilnu : : .1! MI" tint II., IK t'l '
: i\l' t\ii\ : :ar vi. IIM '
c..;.:.->>**::** :::::::..:..;..;{-}:;.y'..:: lug nilMUM) "' : J t.iiil'. 'IKHIII-, of tin i .(. 'I'K' Inn, "I I't' -un \\ tint-->t -'V\hcn-- So JI. .

o II. CLAY STANFORD *ra ;! 1 table! j p.MIII' cull 01' i ( ..itup f th! i. Unix! (;hot I is'> ji a witic ,s' pov' CO1lJolt.r i

---- .:. and mh..1 t nui'.1'iiii. Adi l I truspa' 0 lnlit',1. all tnitt ill oiu-. nalelly;( amt I IIXAM _

e <. REAL ESTATE REVT.VLS i of rorelb! or guava jelly, :i fuli\' Jin'tut iimlusiM-' .."i.iI ..

? AND INSURANCE'; '; ,1,Ida-ll of sat: .Hid C/I\"I/W/ and1 I talilf ill I. ', i. i mininir, b'ti-ri| N.11'iIN \1.1 Y I'nI'fI"f-( : M !''N ,1I'1paiP.'l1 in the New York -
( < Over Bank of Osceola County > spcons oC buttet Oaini-li with ciin- aol I ether vupprnaturi.lism-; is. 10 IhLL: I-'I.OIU U.S1'OIU' daily papers Forbes August Ilcckshlrr, and Cha .

,. ,O KISSfMMEE FLORIDA > j died yams jinft pngs of watercress 'gre ttfr' than the witness of men. I Florida, just previous to and during the A. Stone.

"M iI, C 4404444 4 aa44ae9. 4C.d 44fi" 0 040C or inrslev.;: I "Stininir AnostoliC Testimony is . The; I'lorjt'a; Development. Hoard' The State Exposition Several of them commended the I
.. following have furnished
cheerfully ,
: Fried Itahliitt : Development Board for
.. .' corroborative. They were the h)llippyrcJpients : 'has ,,received coma Vl'I'Y forecfultitatyi't'nt un
': Oab"MOM4444aaP4a Ma } Cut tender rabbit into onvpnlC'nt statements for that purpose dertaking the advertising campalgrx
and i knew experimentally, ntlgut Flori Ja'
|, < i
pppoityni) :
J ': 3 ..:. ELLIS F. fi* pieces for serving?J and ; lets all) ;, the .Tnevswero fill dilled ;with (Iho' Holy lies I ISpirit"and and: bdvcntages' by C'lcVen nationally W.Roger J. Bryan W. Habson, Arthur, Arthur Brisbane in connection with the, exposition. )!.\
DAVIS Capper Baron '
; soak
pieces for hour'or
an more in all cf them began to r P sale' ] prominent business und :
j : buttermilk. (This makes it tender ill other professional Collier 1 W. J. Conners, Richard II. I Give the hen plenty l of reel! .
ATTORNEY AT LAW > very I tongues, as thepir.t: !! men fur use in ll-i a h.t"in/t'" rilmond: warm,
< ofnccs .:'. .) lime/ a cup of -ifti>d flour in a hint: all to utter forth. JiVt'i i' / Carl G. Fisher, B. C. I water II
-0- Bank of Onrnila uunlx rttillilliiR <. inkle sail and Ihiouirh''! .
. 4* r, { ">> I'rnrlirr .: this anti I loll rash piece of rabbit in1' ,le-liminv,' of Old Test'imont txpi' i' I ...d1f 1.w ++IUMI. .. .... .. ... -
.; O K18f1tMlrEgLornn' .;.. i Ihe flour: and) fry in deep hut fat. | u-I! right to the point. For(3mplt( >, .Zf1r. 1fJ. "..- .. "" oW-- --u-- ... -oW-- -oW- .. -U- -.
oH0 4a4 4 :-OOoo'H--:' I Make a ireum (gravy and M-ixe with D)< uti-ronomv Sixtienlh, The Fast of :i

; 'O. . . . . . .e I it. Weeks ( Pentt'iost! )) in between ThePasvoxer .
.,. .,. _ Wild Duck ( ('aarnn"] ) The 1 .ib rrmiles '
: .... LUCILE JOHNSON .;.: I Wild duck may be locked in the1 (Ingathering, Second Coming |

,t .... -- 0-, woods in the folloxving mannei:, Aft,.r of Christ ). Miny peoplear\ <. not
JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE <. the darks have been picked and prop |! aware that The Feast of Wet ks. ;j!j JUST

'', O PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER ;. I erly prepared I for eating, rub well 'j spiritually, i. now hein, observe. ,i TWO MORE D\YS OF

O CLAIMS HANDLED C, I|I with gait and soak in salt water overnight I consequently miss Cars bent I I

O STATE BANK BUILDING or for several hours Wipe off )| "Th [Infallible Te-t'moiv of Pm ',

.i ++ooo oo oo -o",, Oo-O ,j and sprinkle with salt and pepper ;, phi'cv i is iMiphasued. 1 by Christ linn "

t taking rare that ton much salt is not I -t'lf-\ the. Scripture hat'i sa'd'

added Stuff with bacon Hill a big lu- (j| John 7::{i7-'J9):; ) Out from within the
"- I cumber pickle] ; tub duck with laid all J humble
; one I pnrtaVing 'FI..w 1 Kixersof JANUARY
t 1. P. A. VANS AGNEW over; then work in heavy brown paper Living Water' Remarkably fulfilled I CLEARANCEHave

,4,, t. ; ATTORNIST.AT.LAW I J tying it securely noel roust in hot .1 among tens of thousands toilav

(rt OFFICE!!! I! ashes a process that is usually completed "We mu'tldd Tile: Testimony I
in about nn hour if the ashes of Inspired Riblicil '
h Winter Park Florida I have been. properly heated. "YI11'wl'g'Y.
; 'Thcrefure
1)11) ] mv heart rejoice, and I I
in this fashion they me deliciously mx tongue xxas glad! saul )Pitnr,
juicy anal) tender. !Must I( joy I you attended our Big Sale and
people pre- full)'. So many sad tongues, an'l I dis gotten your share of the wonderful -
0 0I I -0 C . >--O fei wild ducks rare I appointed ones, and. various kinds, exp I bargains

4o M. TILLER : J :'; ;; : bIG- ,'' "<'HMiig abnormal heart innditions I'I we are offering? .. e . **;H j .M1SJ i M5 I

LEGION' Hut God! has the < il of gladness: for I
'I CONVENTION ,t"'n'' one' of elnld-like! faith I Despite the
Real Estate in pouringrain and
';( i Agency : ; ; ; itt,-,." functionmir nrumjsp'1)o) you h.ixcthe1 'lhl'l. disagreeable weather of last Friday and u

.( -0- FIRE. LIFE. AND ACCIDENT *;: I and the spirit of St I'eterxburir. '| trnlrur" ? Saturday, our store was crowded from morning to night both
1: r 4 INSURANCE fi citizens rising hourly suet'ess of the'' :)todcrn Testimony i. ;ilini;
i t i 00. INDEMNITY BONDS *. fifth nnnuiil convention of the Florida Living witni'Ksc-H everywhere\ The
0i Department of the American Legion j I number is increasing daily Christ there are just two days left for you to take advantage of these

Sa444aKISSIMMEE 4, to be angel! there the lust wick in I lives within. He tomes forth full- I

; March is already assured officials of ,, tithed', the Total riirmt Immediate great bargains, many of which were arranged particularly for

i PLUMBING Post No 14 believe j hl..sinA', permanent and most protiti town our out-of-

I. , .. Captaio Cramer R. Potter, general I j i nhli-, is assured to every e--lver th.,it patrons.
:1 1
( SHOP chairman of tho .convention commit- whole-heartedly believe the tpstiimony -

fir. 'tee, has established i of Hnly Writ with .
t a headquarters pondin Extra
P; 1 office and scores of letters and various ,] f surrender to God of the entire trinsltite Specials will be featured for the big wind-up of the

i: i Nothing Too Big other routine. matters are being'' being, spirit soul and body Clearance, and do not overlook the January I

S I f. I handled there daily I I ReOijni7e Divine ownership The t'f I unusual reductions on Household Linens I
Nothing Too Small ,..
Definite decision to link up the Fes- | in; of the Spirit upon you Domestics' and Silks ,
I ) I .. I tival of States St Petersburg's' an- ally will le nccordmor, to the per.o'1 on which our regular price was low considering the

k'p ,< } :!:11' All Work Guaranteed ,nual! the American tourist season Logirn closing convention event, with to ( Pattern -Cod; -is-, faithful.. mi: rket] of today.

\ E 'r'T make a gala week was reached the Wanted clean! I
+ 0 Be Satisfactory at : cotton rags; n,>t
first meeting of the .convention com- merely trimmings or airmen! -bu decent The volume of regular business done : i
l mittee. The Festival of States" attended I stuff to use for washing: rollers enables us to buy in such large ''"

.t 5 Broadway : Telephone 143 thousands of tourists from i i and presses and vMpingr benrin ::11 "Ii nearly every state in the Union will Rrmg- 'em nlone to the office of Tho possible. I

k' I be staged the first three days of the' Gazette Kissimmee. 14ttxNeil's
\ j week and the legion will 'i
.;r- I hold. sway We will look
'it for the balance of the time. you. Friday and Saturday. '

,'1 ... S CITYMEATJARKET Dancing, theater parties swimming I ,
It boating, bathing fishing-in fact everything ; Healing Baths i

r in the line of entertainment I I ,
that could be imagined will '
be on'
the program for the visiting recommended for rheumatism; ,

naires. It"gion-j I eczema and all kinds of skin YOWELLJREwOrlando's

H . ., I 1- ; diseases. Also for stomach CO. f'

'e I t Fresh, Meat andVegetables I trouble- For baths and mineral

< . 666 water for drinking,
: : I leave order' at 614 purposes Largest Store..l'
'" Patrick St.
:. I I. a Prescription prepared for Quality Did
.N IsK ; . X rW ".,' S or phone 208.tCIARIfS.Nf1D'Jhvner It" j

S : Colds, Fever, and Grippe -
K { oA'44'tNl It I. the ..
: : moat apeidy remedy we bow
.. '" , ) I
1 :n I) 1 t
\ Preventing! Pneumonia. ,'. .- (11 I S KlSSIMMEtf. FLORIDA ''r U ". ." (/ ."' i
-.J" t v ill, tv .- '., . .- ,c ._ 1t '.1

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..... KISSIMMEC VALIF.TI tu ,mE"FRtJAY" : < : A,' ,
., ; JANUARYf 18.. 1f24 ___ __ __ ._ _ __ __ --'- _>iL ,
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r to TAXPAYERS' FLORIDA 'WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL i" + Ot'O. .4 'C.O.o.o tO .. .. OO.tO''s. . ....- ... '" -
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TIPS FOR 9| REVIEW:'OO..t. ..: '. .. . ..,.... .. ... .. . ....... . . . .. .. ::!:::::::"::::::: ;::;:.:::::: Ir t :

In making out' his Income tax return Jacksonville-Contract let for construction
for the year 1923 the1'' business! for new Calvary Baptist <

man. professional man, and farmer church edifice at ,,First .and' Liberty. '
will be required to use Form 1040 streets. Ate 1 !iite;
regardless of whether his net Incomewas Sanford-State, highway from thi i i 4 l i=i i{{.li"i!t {=ii'i lal iilt . ,
4, or was not in excess of $5,000. point to Mount Dora to be widened. ry I i'' l l'l' ii ;1t} :E iti1'I? }a ty, a.. I'si -( 0. a t

The smaller form 1040A, is used for Bradentown_New Methodist Episcopal l t't : ill II ;{ I'4tgl. t,, i a
church edifice'to be erected.
reporting net income of $6,000 or less
Palmetto Construction of 1 i ,
derived; chiefly from salary or wages1 new annex
.., All Item of grow income ,must be : to Presbyterian church complet.
reported. In the case of a storekeeper ed. ?!1'I'I ';: 'Shh _)t? i lfliiUi
Homestead Ij:
jrross' income usually consists of Pennsylvania' Sugar t
th* pros profits on sales, together Co. acquires 35,000 acre tract of laid i i
in this vicinity'\ for development of IIIi: #
with income f rcm 'other sources The
show'' the sugar cane.' : il'I: I I !I Il.4
I't'turn". must I gross talc,
purchases and costs of goodseold. St.. Lucio- Constructlon of. new So.. .i
? t
Lucia ti'
The professional man, lawyer, doc- River Country Club golf! course

ten, dentist must include all feel and i underway Carrebelle . IgIi :u'
't.he- compensation for professional! -Construction of new '
oyster dredge completed. >,I .. ii-
service The farmer must report as 'I t :J. 1 1ii'
l gross income the proceeds! of sale or; I I Wsnnville-u-Florida Eatt Coast fl"' T : .I : 'i !( }'i'I
l1i1j {
Railway starts work on ne.v i fcridff.spwnninff ''! t, sd I i
change rf product raised: on the i iit'il }IIi i l i1I '.
farm' and the nroflts from alo St. Johns river { 'ti '
tie I h .
of .:! t' I! a t
Tampa-_.Mallory-Gulf Terminal : : : uG al itl. I istl i ''iil1l!} t i
products purchased by him and revoid. I C' u iab : hi li ii l.,} tf -
takes over waterfront property& at i 'Rtti ,." .r i f iE1 M n_hth i l: ; ! I' l
He also i'1 i
meet report gross In. oil r 'r'a. t, :! n ? {
ell South Fianlijin! etrefct for erection ofmodern a rlr: }; ,,{ 1I::; Lir 'iit Iiljlilli : :
curie' from other sources. .warthonife. {. r }I ;r:!_' I /
Taxpayers: in ord r to take full ,. i
advantage of the deductions! to which Lnigo-i-New establishment hurling tile companvr'xrs : j i t' fi ,dl i '
-entitled adv -l of plant in this I
t'ey nre are to study
city. '. .
carefully the in.t ructions! on the :; s :. rtb
fame under the )read. "Income from Oeala-Conlltrl..tio'1 cf new Christian !! 'fi, "ien N
l #
fhurrh completed. jl.i tlrhg1ili; ri ., ul 8
business or profession." Mims-Brevard .. : : I
County Packing
Co. opens for business in :t ,: : 4 .
newly constructed
In the making of his 1923 income
tax return the huxinens man, profess packing homrc.TamnaConstructlcm. ;
lrnal\ man, and farmer may deduct of ne'vapn.rt-
ment house at Oak and Jefferson, :('
from gross income oil\ items properlyattrlbutebte '
to busineis expenses. In Contract to let.for constructionof I:::'
the case of a storekeeper they include
amounts spent for rent of his place of sonville-Tampa Bradford countv highway section of Jack- ... ; ,4 tf'iyJiLtkll "m mEI lta ,

business, advert iaing, premiumsor
Sarasota Masons\ uJ't"hase '..
lot for
insurance against fire other losses,

in the his cost place of water of business light, ,and drayage heat used andfre'ght erection Tarpon of Sprinfl'a-Plalla new building. made for I ;; },,.. alilEE: : S jji{ Ii&ff111} 1 Illli I (t I i 1 {{ lift i } = r ':

erection of bridge
bills, the cost of repairs and new spanning Tarpon -
Bayou, linking this with
city new
delivery and 1
wagons suburbs at cost of $30,000.KI"slmmBI ,
salaries of employees. A pretes.ionalman *
Jf Fspt
< paving program "
doctor dentist
lawyer or may under in this '
deduct the cost of supplies used in his way

profession, expenses paid,In the operation ' Baptist congregational church of new .' I ,i,
and r *n"lr of an automobile I
used in making professional calls\
Daytona-Buil duto professional societies, subscriptions
for first eleven months of 1923 ,
to professional journals, office amount to 777,497. \
rent, cost of light, heat and water ,
'lImpa-Slte being considered forerection
used In his office, and the hire of .
of Chemical I construction ,
office assistants. The farmer may I 1
H.duct nmo-int* paid in the production company plant.CrestviewBuildltw. I SukrA

of seed and and harvest'ne fertilizer' of his used crops cost cost of in progress)at this and point.burfnct.sbrom ]|I f t v" imerlCaS fines t J

i'etel'lurv-New $250.000: F rst .a.
m'nor repairs! to firm buildings Methodist' church to be erected here.I'I I IPl .:, '
(other than the dwelling), and cost
"nt City-Construction of new :q f
of small tool used up in the course warehouso,
of Kilgorc Seed Co. nearing J

of a year or two. Lakeland'! completion.-Contract let for construction 1 { 'TLE more than two years More than $5,000,000 has already been ex- i

.Per In computing J923. taxpaVer his net income may for deduct the Ing. of new $600,000 hotel build-1 I f J t <.gro George E. Merrick began pended in development and beauti fying work'+

fr"m only p'\-S in his income business all looses trade incurredrot or pro'p""I"n" improvement Sanford-$67.000 of to he spent for I I at Coral Gables the great and more than $20,000,000 will be spent be-
city front.
into but for in profit"i>nv "transaction not compensatedfor entered'on water' of new it ; work of building a distinctive fore the entire development program is com-

rid"walks mal<;n.' rapij reaa.
by insurance or ct'ierwlse. Tampa $15.000 contract prof let forextension 'to: Spanish suburb which would pleted.
f I
To be allowed, looses not incurredin ,
; of
water ma'ns.
trade or business must conform J'kllonvilJ.c-Worl.' be a worthy expression of the

closely to the wording of the statute. erection\ of new Grace started Methodist on finer sense of the city-a reflex of the architectural Today Coral Gables boasts of two magnificent -
For example:! a loss incurred in the
ale of a taxpayer's home, which at Winter parsonage., Park-?t 100000)( fac or,, he- beauty of Old Spain in a setting of coral rock entrances, and a third under

the time of purchase was bought ing! erected to manufacture building 'tropical luxuriance. construction fifty miles of
without intention of resale, is not de- v ; paved streets;

f! uctible Iwauce it was not. a transaction tile.Florida has more acre of watrTised eight imposing plazas and 10 more under con- ,
entered into

I..osses sustained in the profit.operation ten than entirely any for other the" state! raring;in ,the of o-rs-Un- :At that time Coral Gables was styled Miami's struction; 18 miles of white way; golf course : 1
of a form a* a business' venture are ion.
l-rluctble.! ) If sustained in the operation South JackfonviJli], Work\ unde- Master Suburb, and its proud positionas and club house; tennis courts; bridle paths, .

the' pleasure of a farm or operated convenience merely of the for w Mills"v on Co.Winter new. plant for Flrr'da Paper the first of-Miami's beautiful suburbs has and Venetian swimming pool; 400 homes of' .

tnxpaye, such losses are not deductible. ! Garden-Kouinrr.ent costing'; never been questioned. Spanish design. .

.-(Continued, next. week.) tofi.100' () to be installed in local pcwe-;
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TRIBUTE TO LEGION Construction under way of great Today Coral Gables Coral Gables, America's ,Finest Suburb
eroas!-state highway c connecting: : East stands as America's Fin-, awaits inspection. our
Unity of America and Poland for end. West Florida a"d onen'ng up .est Suburb.. Its claims' to this high honor do your 'Come today as

work in peace was the hope expressedby housands of acre of farming land.1afelle150.000 :not ,guest on the big de luxe Pullman bus. This '
General Josef Haller Polish war pounH of C'')k's I' 'rest,on vain boast or ambitious boost butt
hero in his farewell nle8l8 d to members Palm Brand honey' shipped from on the solid merit is the greatest free.,sight-seeing trip: in America .'
of the American Legion, whore! plnnt this year. of magnificent accomplish today. Make
guest he has been during an .extended Orlando Florida DeveJopm-nt.! i ments-on nnf..1 i your reservation now 'to '

tour of the country. His trip oceu- Poard completes. p'ms for etale-wider,I'' ' Beautifying improvements nvoid disappointment. At the journey's end
ftdvt:8'n: t .alreadv - :
piM nearly n'nety day-. beginning:: cnmpai rn. H the most broadly '
Winter Park Offlr ;I\III : conceived M the suburban
with a Visit to the!: president at the Of Bank of residential development
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WhiteMouse, including! Winter Park and Union S'nto Ban'< '- project attempted f"
a trip aC'rou ng j" "
the continent\ to the legion'se nationalconvention renort increases of 300.000 in depoaita : this cur" -0 "OU will want to build the horns of your
\ at Sin Francisco, an! concluding ; In nut twelve months t U-!
with a spectacular farewell American Cotton Assocint'on p'.ic- .. 0
demonstration as ho sailed from New .s top-i| o lmate cf cotton crop at .
York on the Majestic. 9,480,000 balea.q.OGGED.

enthusiastically The distinguished bv Pole city was officials greeted: Ii &A.LJre 3

members of Polish colonies and legionnaires THROATS rcp..L .
every where he went. The When your wind Is shut oil and ,
principal honor accorded him was his breathing difficult you try 10 mice the ,
reception nt the l"gion convention' inSun l.lilrjm br udcleuly x-uiitrartiuic! tbe
IUUKI ana forcing nor through tho
Francisco, which he had been invited : -
throat. This is bard <>n y"ur IIIDTM .
to attend as an official guest end your throat and dilates the blood -
While there General hailer was dee- vessels. Clogged throat lire easily end r
oed| with the distinguished servico quickly opened phlegm raine nod the Americas Finest
emblem of the legion, worn by but throat' is soothed a nil liiMiIitl by Leonard : n Suburb
few others.In i i Couth Syrup (frMXK.tecl, ). It ,
prevents hocking and has a I
expressing his thanks to National valuable antheptics action. Heat remedy ,
Commander John R. Quinn, ina for coughs..., colds, bronchitis", i c
letter lust received at national .grippe, croup and whooping coufb. 4-
headquarters of the legion in Indian. fcafr, sure and pleaMut. At your i; GEORGE E. MERRICK Owner and '
apolis, General Haller said: drunlnt. Developer jf)
"I would like to assure that -
the Polish veterans in your country, BURNES, General Sales Agents -
who number about! one million, will : FLORIDA EXCELI.S FOR j I
i always stand for the noble principlesof WATER SPORT FACILITIESWith

your splendid organization. I hope iussimmec' Office, Park Hotel, C. L. Bennett, Manager; Glen D. Rose, Kissimmee Representative ., :
that through the co-operation of our 66 rivers having, a total r

two nations, closer bonds of friendship length of more than 2,500 miles; .- -- ._, ...-. . '
will bring real hapoiness to the thousands of lakes and a coast line ; l s
Executive Offices 158 Miami t
: : East Flagler St. ,.,
world, as our principles are the jf more than 1,100 miles, Florida of- 0

same During." the Polish leader's visit, l.e of fers motor better boat facilities crulingand! for enjoyment all other ".;ts: Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando, Tampa, St. Petertbtrg, Son/or,

the particularly former service noted men the to adaptation commercial of water fishing recreational than any other sports state.including Lakeland, DeLand, Eattii, Cocoa ,_.,-_ ::1ib.I t!. ..- w.-....... '".'.. -j:

life, his letter said, noting "the happy Many palatial yachts are brought .
.. )
homes, the contentment and prosperitv to Florida ports during the season, .
cf those liberty-loving and unwarlike : but there has net been- much effortto : ,
lads." He said that he would interest our visitors and residents :f:

return"tell home the with Polish the determinationto republic of in the charms of cruising in small! .'?4404 0841.404-0 {.o.e.O.ti4 d J04 S'?tM?S4 bOdc fi efi4+fiA d 1 + '
great oats on our wonderfully beautiful HCI N O' o.0. < 0' e 0 e eo Co.. 0 CI 0. 0-0.0. r-044C44440a44.o 44'4s004P4440444 000.000000'0' 0.0'0'.000 00.0..0.0
her sincere American friend who t.
one rivers. .
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will stand with Poland in time oftrc'e .
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: METHODIST CENTENARY FUND that ten per cent of all the money to ing manner: Beach. We have established a stand I Methodist in Florida pay his centenary '
the tour included visits of tributeto INCREASING FLORIDA SERVICEThe be collected in Florida during the "Twenty-five per cent goes into a ard that no mission charge shall be pledge during the pay up periodfor
tomb of the Unknown Soldier
pay up period, January 20 to February reserve fund to enable us to continuethe formed that will pay. a single man he toys, "There are more than a I
at Arlington, the tombs of Washington At establishing the conference !? will be returned to that state sixty-eight\ mission charges form less than $GOO or a man with family score of places in Florida calling! for ti .;
the, Grant Lincoln and summer school, the securing of three for local missionary enterprises, according ed during the centenary period .that less than 1000." the entrance of our church and we '5
national convention of the Amer-'
lean Legion, he decorated the colors new home mission field, the Increase to Rev. W. H.. Budd, of Macon have not already become self-sup Mr. Patterson urges that every cannot answer for the lack of funds.'?' I

of the organization with the Officers' In the salaries of the missionary pas-, Ga., centenary secretary for the port ingf.ftve' per, cent goes to the ex. ---- -..-- -- -- ---- _. _. - i-:'
Order of Polonia Reiituta, an honor :ors, and the formation of at least South Georgia and Florida confer I pense' holding a conference summer e
also,accorded to the American Red twenty-six: new charge. in the Florida ences. Mr. Budd reports that during -school; twenty per cent goes into !-
CrMs,.and the Polish Army Veterans' confereneel: these sire the results the centenary period from 1919 to the an'emergency-fund to take care of : '
Association .in'America., orid from the use'of present time proceeds,on tho ten per workformed; after!:'appropriation at BROAD. WA Y GARAGE
the ten per-cent: centenary fund according cen awls back to the board annual conference fifty,per cent -;
coming: ; goes "
I ,:,111. ![r. O. 'J-A.WRENa:,....xrlet.r .4
There are 80,462 different citrus to Rev, Ira S. Patterson con- of missions' ; of Florida ''aggregate into the 'tegular appropriation.. : 1 - _' ,-,
properties in Florida, composing 263570 ,; ''erence missionary/ secretary for the 837,598, and It is hoped to add a substantial ..!With! 'the,'aid of'' the emergency GENERAL 'AUTO REPAIRSF''GAS"OILS' ''-'ND ACCESSORlE&' '

acres and 16,677.227 tree. r state. . I sum. to this >amount during fund -we have. assisted -organizing riRTFORD''BATlEBIES'SVPPLlES ND.'SEitVI: E,""t.., v
," wAdded InW..t.J..Ci.e1 to the eerf- the'approaching 'collection campaign. and building churches seven places " ..., " .. <: .: ,
?: Of i'the ,more'' 1 tharW sixteen/and'': ten a I'J',collection campaign of the M. -Mr.v;Patterson'reports that the ten m, the conference,;namely Cross City 501 BROADWAY: '' ..: _. ., fPIIONE I;) US, 'a.- .. ''
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half.mllllon citrus.trees Florida 65 E. Church. South:now,,sweeping-that l per, cent; 'centenary- f md'r"turned; Kendall PineUml?' Inter,,Bay..Tmp, ; , '' ) rA ... t

,percent of i them! are bearing trees. > denomination .reaton,'of, Ipie'fact. : Florida has,been)'used, }in''the. .f llow.j') Lake Helen' ;. .Limestone, ,end Miami '..... ,-, .1 .' ,
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; | BAUSON GIVES TIMELY part of his. training will aid him In ;- I I MEL NOSE AFFECTS hALF FLORIDIANS TO ATTEND SA. -
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ADVICE AT JACKSONVILLE hi. life' work, no matter what it I Pertaining To |. '

maybe." 9- : OfflciaU of the Florida
91 I Develop
were of citrus fruit
-1 Co-operatonandstit unity The market price
-J 'ZIIIII XI8SIMMEH) VALLEY GAZETTE strongly streised as essential In the RED ,CROSS PLAYED BIG FIRST BAPTIST" CHURCH In groves badly Infected with inela- ment Board and also of the Florida' ,

-y. EVERY FRIDAY future development of Florida by PART IN REHABILITATION:. Rev Walter B. Knight, Pastor nose can .be increased from 45 to 60 Forestry Association extend an invi.tatioti !.

t JCtSSIfMEE.FLORIDA.' Roger W. Babson, the eminent statistician -_ cents II box 'by an expenditure of but to every person Interested la
in a noon luncheon addressat "One year after the Smyrna catastrophe School. Car 13 cents box
9:46 Sunday from 8 to a timber
I- m -
( the'
W, B. HARRIS ..___...........__rnelct ntJC. Jacksonville Tuesday before the it is obvious that the refugees Classes conclusion has been arrived at. growing of and utilIzation, ,
Farmer auperintendent., This
_ .ALLISON. O. VANS T. KHKNCH__________ dtor)' Chamber of Commerce and Rotary from Turkish territory now in Greece for son ill 'ICU. by E. F. DffBusk, extension cltrullpr. of gains to attend the Sixth Southern'

Club.Mr. have demonstrated almost unbejievable 11:00: a. m.-Sermon by pastor: :.,:>)loR'i.t of the Florida Forestry C ntnress, to be held in Savannah :

; One Copy"IJR.CRII..IO On. Year.-NATKS*....._..$2.00. Babson has made extensive Investments ability to assimilate themselves Subject! "The Man Who Was So Agliculture, after making careful January 28 ?9 and SO.

On. Copy. Blx X4onth..,..-----... *.>"> In Florid during the past with the.. help of the Greek govern- Good That lie' was Good for Nothing checks in many packIng llousf'a I This 'rorlgre.. will '
On Copy. Three Months.-..______ ;60I"terpd three years and i. an enthusiastic!: ment." r or "Is a Boy Beady for Adol- throughout the citrus belt Certain I composed of
booster for the state. Atj.he same The above statement it the substance BceWe representative southern business men.
( !: at the po.tofflo" *t X.NIm- and' Manhood:! Who Knows (Troves( hal In'cn sprayed with bordeaux I and the three
time his analytical turn or mind enables of a .report Just received from day program has been.prepa..d .
1ft. Florida. cond-clm matter.) Nothing. of the Experiences of Tom oil under supervision, and other .
him accurately estimate deficiencies -I Athens at national headquarters of especially to appeal t. Jbui.
and been
:All communication except from fcuthorlird Sawyer Uucklebt"rr1.J'lnn; groves or parts of groves had mess men. Such.' subject ... .
in existing plans for the up : the American Red Cross through Undersecretary : "Tha
4 corrc.punil..nt. must b. .'Igncd .- 6:30 p. m.-Senlor B. Y. P. U. left unsprayed as checks; Naval Stores
building of Florida and to suggest of State William Phil Industry; "Forestry
th writer.Hejeclfd .
by Evening bv ngelistic -
7:30 "The citrus
matter will 1>. r |urn.d Ifcalled : constructive improvements. I' lips. Tho report i Ia non-partisan in ii.Service. Subject "Infidelity This expert ays, crop and the South' Dullness! !?, "A Business
: of 1923-24 has been placed at 20,000- '
..J for. Discussing at some length the notable I character and is made at the instanceof Conversion of Jud"11 Man's View of Cut Over' Land
_I v---- I advantages of the state for -/'' the American-Athens Relief Com i and'the Futile 000 oxe"V c are shipping this ea- Problem;" and "The'
; .. I special Paine and I Responsibility
Iscariot Dives Thomas
R pr nt tlv<( son around fl.000.000 boxes of mela- "
L..H ,AMERICAN PRESS A3SOCIA1 ION J agricultural crops and referring' l mittoe, composed of prominent Amer Jo"J8l1ci"( Volt iii e. When Did It''0I I for Forestry, guarantees the practical
I '
e-rus.ettcil! orunics Krape-
'naiti.cularly to citrus fruits and winter I iranM residing in Greece. This approach to. this large
committee I and important
I .
; Djatn
? What did at -
they I ,
cur ) I of
.b ny fruit a"d I 4.000.000 OXPS slightly
Mr. Bab<*on mentioned i has been for subject.
veirctablea. )in existence nearly -
'FRIDAY. JANUARY 18. 1924 "Not Cain's But the Ot'ier .
.. or ted l fruit.
I uti?(
present marketing conditions in no I II n year and its investigators! madfa I Arrangements have been made for
Moo"Vife.. .
'uncertain terms, earnestly advocitinggreater complete survey of the Greek refugee \\ hnv i iloworilrntpd! that the all who are interested in the produc.

A MANY-SIDED MAN] :. I I support of the Florida Citrus i situation, upon which the report 70:;!i p. Wednesday. Prayermeeting. trmtkot \'nh'e' fir, fruit in n rneltnoseifc'rto4 thou of naval stores. to spend Satur-

(Tampa Tribune Jill 17.) Exchange, not only on the part of i is oa'l'd.!' I "You will like th's liurch. A w1come 1- I'"P con !Iw inrrptisivl from day, January 26, ct the Southern
4:> t<> CO n-iiK II hnx' at a rost of from
the but bankers businessmen
growers by It i il! .ippnrcnt from the report that ; Forest Experiment Station branch
Today is the 218 anniversary of the as cordial as sunshine awaits ,S% tn i 1.7: rent "box for cprnvinsr with at
and nil commercial interest The I the material) aid extended by the Starke to study results of the
birth of Benjamin Franklin. It will "speaker made a conclusive demonstration American people through the American i you. I I !l.nrilovix-d.1. Fiifurinjf, on this basil voar' work in the woods near therLonthal Unit._
M be fittingly observed throughout the hf u mi M rn'.t nronnl I $fOO: 000 tB in-
of the degree to which increased: Red Cross lug been '
I largely responiihlc SECOND BAPTIST CIH'RCIIRev. Wyman, assocIate ;
t F. land. It )has been paid that while 'output, while reducing cost of production for the I Ii I I I C"('liRe t the value of the <.000,0H( (> l>ox- turi silvacul.
I sustaining an I -- 't for the U. S. forest .service
') Washington was the first in the inevitably required) greater ,i emergency care of a great majority i S. I. Smith, PastorS <** neiiouslvinfectid' fly this disease charge of the station, will be in
hearts of his countrymen. Franklin is ( xpenditure for advertising and sell- .of I the 1000.000 Greek refugees who I I to npproxinmt.-ly 1000000.:: ." by assisted

first in the homes of his countrymen, ing. I! fled from, Asia Minoin! the fall of |I I' 9:4'.r a. m.-Sunday School. R. A. I I A twin-broiher disease of mclnnoseiii of the Deputy Florida Supervisor national E.forest R. McKee

because his inventions and discoveries : -moving appeal to all Florida '1922 after the military victories of i Jlow n. superintendent. I stein-end rot (so called because has been in who

are today in use in practically every j communities and to every Florida cit- i j.Mustapha I Kemal and the capture of 11:00: a. m.-Sermon bv the pastor. the same fungus cnu"e both). And charge of the naval ,

home in the United States. !I lien was made by Mr. Babson. to the |II I Smyrna. 6:30 p. m. -B. Y.P.-U.., I i stem-end rot causes very serious additional stores. experiment for a number ofyearn.

Franklin was a many-sided genius. ''end that petty jealousies and local I The Greek government. itself the 7:30 p. m.-No Set vice*. losses. i[ \

He invented the Franklin stove (|interests be submerged in a general report !states is entitled to( much 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer Many demonstrations have been iencc That date was selected for conv.rf.'

which'is coming back into use. He movement to .exploit Florida. He more prai than it has meeting. I conducted during the last two of parties from other sectioni
c : or
generally received -I year of
Invented the first mangle for ironing pointed out fundamental advantages for the control of Florida going to the congresi
for its efforts in helping the PRESBYTERIAN"ciirncn discuses experts -
clothes. He discovered and develop i I which if capitalized will make Florida -I refugees.! In providing money housing -I : ) directing the work and county from Savannah.

I ,, lIe ed the made principle experiments of bifocal proving glasses.that f the greatest! agricultural state in I land medicines and transportation Rev. W. H. Dresch D. D., Pastor agents keeping check on it. It. i Is believed | Send The Gazette-;; Booster Number I
( the Union. No less favorable according to the destitute the that if control measures to
government proper Northern friends and
dark colors absorbed heat while white help adv .
t \. resists it.-which led to the custom of to Mr. Babson manutaclurItl1g are Florida I'! went to the very limit of its ability j 9:45: a. ni.-Sunday School. Prof. :i were practiced throughout the state. tin Klssimmee.w' r

conditions for successful t according to the report. D. B. Shaver superintendent. I j I losses! from melanr-se and stemendrot _. -
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wearing light-colored clothes in sum- and in relation to transportation. 11:00: a. n>.-Morning would be practically eliminated. I---
Immediately after the burning 01 worsnip. I
I jner. Jlis discoveries in the field oi ., The cultivation of tourist travel was I Smyrna in September 1922. the Sermon by the pastor. Theme: "Life's I .

I electricity have led to hundreds of I'I commended a8 affording both immediate American people materially aided in One Impeiishable Good." CARD OF THANKS
\" the conveniences we enjoy today. revenue and opportunity to in the gigantic task and extended the 3:00: p. m.-.Junior Christian En I j
His service to the government has terest men of large means in Florida. I We sr'rour:
helping hand to the destitute Greek deavor. wish' to sincerely thank cur .'
been of great value through all the "When you fell aproduct that is populations fleeing front Smvrna K:30* : p. m.-Senior Chriitian Kndeavof. friends iind neighbors! for the kindlier Throurk. th. World'*
.... .
subsequent years. The first of Amer.I Ir Itea's I I mined. there is inevitably reductionof Laciest A. )'. SI. se aaJ....Jlho
a hinterland before the and! fcyrnpathy shown in the .
onrushing Turkish -, us Mtn loans"
France"liberty by Franklin. He was raised the first in the world's supply," Mr. Baboon I armies. Tbe !subsequent operatIOflS ) j t j[ 7:30: \ p. m.-Evening Service Ser i deiith'cf our beloved wife and moth- ....,* HrM' m lhoil.. No rhart r.r Itallnc*,
was tated. "The same thing is true of Inion wufcdrawinc' or adv.ri.Iag.l call er writ.
the "God'sI.Van. also wi h
I of the Amrricrin Red Cross cov- by pastor. Theme: IT. to thank Res'. Knight
great Postmaster-General department and it planned the to-I:( the sale of natural resources like lulU- I'I-red a period of ten month, with an !I ." I II I for his ('omfortinwrd.., and the E. A. STROUT FARM AGENCY. I...

tt day. He persuaded! as the operates French i i her and turpentine. In a somewhat ,, expenditure of and result- i I 7'lfli: p. Wednesday. Prayer i I friend for thc.r; Ix-ntitiful flowers and I

''to equip the squadron government of- lesser degree due to the opportunity j c'l I in P-iving from starvation and ep 1. and Bible service.I iI I the UHI' of flip Automobile | FARMS, GROVES ANn CITY

r Jon, Paul Jones and thus became the which farmers have for quickly] restoring :i idemic ,1O..IIOl'; hundred of thousandsi I j I 7J: () p m.-Friday. Choir practice. I C. K. I'AHRISII: i
fertility farm fruit
father of the American Navy. His also exhausts every the wealth or of the i the rrfoiees. Thf report just received \ And l Family! I PROPERTY HANDLED
crop '
Visitors will find. \
I missions in France and shows that through the cxiirnsion ) a 'or.llal'l'rome I Ito I -- -
England entitle soil. In offering fresh sunshine --- -- -
air, ],
( nf this reluf.prnctxallv a church. I II
him : emergency .
to rank
as country'sfirtt and other climatic plcment for the'' I REAl TIlE VAM.KY GAZETTE: ,
if not its greatest diplomat. He all the destitute hn\ >' 'I AI.BIRT
happiness and health of the Representative
I people FIRST MKTHOP1ST\ CHI'lim(
| homos nn'i| gainful! ions I I 1- I
.I founded the fir..t weather VU,'VdU in 1 who come to Florida however thereis .ictupat -- h I II II
!'in thiJirek, (; homeland.j .
_ -. this country. He was the first to no danger of reducing the basic Rt-v. John F. Phillip. I P. l n. I
!t make the suggestion of "da>'light *-unply,"" the speaker said further. j report continues: -'- Room 4. I'ost office Building

., I raving." He discovered the idea that 1'heaidres! Tuesday was I the second 1 /-\1/: y" here the locnl refugees and 7'lll:: ) a. m.-Union Suniise Prayer

\, oil poured on the waters will calm that Mr. liaison has delivered in I refugee .committee Rtati1 without I Meeting in Bungalow I -

: a rough sea. He made practical the Jacksonville, an evening speech abouta ouslification that the :\ m.'r/an RedCro !)::4"> a. m.-Sunday School. J. L. iajyilTdvertffl I
use of water tight compartments fort year ago having first introduced! I < s:1\ e-1 I the lives of large nuniI !- I Ocr t rest? superintendent. FOR SALE

hips, an idea he borrowed from the him to the peaple of this city. Only I hers of people who must have ppri h- I 11 J ::0(!Ifl( n. m.-Preaching by the pa"- : I

t r Chinese. lie founded the University one other talk will be made by Mr. I ed without its II Jlistllnl'e11 tor. Subject; : "Christianity's Contri-I

of Pennsylvania) and the American Du hoon while in Florida this winter ] "/ h in inaccessible, inland Mila I lout inn to the World." Special. mU I To Settle an EstateFive

I Philosophical Society. He was the it has been announced this to be at gets: and small islands the same answer -I 7-10:: p. m.-The pastor will ('ic'j I

I Colonel of Pennsylvania's first mili- Tampa. After spending a couple of I was given to the question with 'I change pulpit with' Itr. Isaac I
tia regiment. He in rejrard ti the helpfulness of the Red l of the "
: organized Philadelphia days in I'alutka where he is to visit Kirst Methodist church of .
the first fire department the u hrother of Secretary of Treasury II Cross, i. e., 'The Red ,Cross has saved lando. room cottage ,",

t first, street- sweeping force and the Mellon Mr. Babson will proceed to I' us-we cannot manic Americaenough' I I 7:30: p. m.-Wednesday. Mid-week I FOR SALE with modern im-

I IITBI ponce uuparimeni which JuncI -': Babson Park in Polk county where ; prayer service. Continuing a seriesof ,'

: tioned in this country. I i he will spend a couple of months, for I The report states that what mostimprsse.i talks on "The Christian Life" KI 'It l SI.iN.w. milch cow Mini ilf I,tI j provements. Splendid

', I In addition to all this he was a recreation and to look after an extensive the investigators! is theI I I Everybody welcome to all the -e Sbo (.Ml I.' M. %I"'r... 3ulKir Ad-rh.'I'I. residential section

song writer and numbers of his bal- citrus operation that he is developing I I fart that such a large proportion of services. I tK 1':1"
lads were sold and he played the the refugee arrivals have been It-- :; :-:-- near Court House.
; along new and scientific drop- < SV1.K 2 >rn, r lutv.:r, unit ( of I!
harp violin and guitar and played ; lines. The distinguished Massachusetts I ped from the classification. FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIITRCII: Jll.x-k I -'llv-l I Corner lot
.c. them well. He invented the "armon- economist I IMon Will Hell nt ,SII".Ol.v. .K I ,- 75 x 150
ica I announced today that I Rev. W. O. B. JlarKrov... Knimnolu. I- la. %1".j I
< a musical instrument which was i )lii'i association with Florida interests DISINFECT WATERMELON:. Hornbaker. D., Pastor I feet, with 225 feet. orcemf'nt '

: popular in his time. I will ho an increasing one and that he SEED AND PREVENT MOST I 10:00 a. m.-Bible School. C. K<"H ! Sven:
these various and numerous E'I I oiuklnir nutlll.! 'Mnut ntflftter. i -
regards connection with the
I .
proceed- j LOSSES FROM Yowell. p"rintendent. RcYionl, .
activities were not the < box. a rrrplpt) uok fur muklntc '
limit, of his -
achievements for !the I ing..development of the_ state as af- ; ed. Good instructors. Hearty welcome -I all| klnila uf cvntllf Outfit chrap. Grapefruit,
., benefit of humanity TOrUIflg mm an unusual opportunity The Florida! watermelon is al-! extended you. liar to b. atm to be appr..1..!..... I I I nnd Pecan
for he Invented crop
: the letter. trees.
for service of KlnK Are.. Forma D.V.. !Wan-
a constructive. charac-! ways less than it should! he : because 11:00: a. m.-Morning and j
I. copying press a device for smoke ter. worship nln r, Drawer* 1100 Orlando. Kla. x | :
of the diseases which check communion. ,Cheapest in
t / consuming, a new alphabet and a 1- __- or -otalJy! I Sermon by the minister property .t

; .',.:;\tem of .reformed spelling. Yet sys-his THG YEAR AHEAD. FOR ,'" stop the 'growth of the vines or rot I Subject" ) "The Greatest Unused Pow-. FOIl..rive-loom! / 8AI.-'urnl.hed, l,>unitow) or wllh unfurnlah,' Kfosimmep at $1600.

t \. 'main occupation was printer and pub; "S BOY SCOUTS OF.mSTIUCT thcifruit.. :x Disinfecting the seed be I er.' Special' music. <.1\.1""*-, :*, .\.M, ', <::' ,,').) t-uriicri lot"'7S.1H>}, lC'arall'.and laun tmth '.c, ":?: ,.n'J\;
lisher-for never during his 84 years S planting-has/ often proved an 6:30 p. m.-Christian 'Endeavor. dry: shad and lawn ro... and J. M. WILLSON

1 of life, was he far removed from the The first Court of Honor of ih's' fective. means of preventing this ef'1! Eunice Rivers president. Subject: "In vhrulibrry. Rraprfrult and orsne Executor J. .'
I The seed His I r.s, rlirlrlrnl n"'tuie.. airs. J. (> D. Fisher's
mell of printers' ink. Even while year was held in the courthouse undoubtedly carry the Steps. Leader: E-Jith Mi'ler. I I 1'iiKli. <> reel.
1 engaged in his diplomatic work in I I in Orlando) 'itt night liv Contrrl 1 onsc-or the spor"s' the diS-1 I 7:30: p. m.-Second of a series of'II I. ._ -- EstateKissimmee
I! '"'''r 'which the character l"'('Pit 1<.\ LtV... 4-tr"1
France he set up and operated a >rrn| (Yuncil which will dem ,n- causes particular disl' I studies. Subject: "Twin I li.ix.near .. .
.( i .,, mail printinglreM8 at Passy. i: strate the value of Scout training asa oxer, fre m one :Veer to another When :I Boys." Special music. I I "l\ tin|,.ifd'! I''"><'''.! .. slightly uhli-li! we UH>will d und."II.i's tiimrl' .

: A man community asset. A jury composed -e"il of th's sort are planted. the disI 7 ::410) p. in. -- Wednesday. General [, willuiK I" compl'lirininln-

: ! was the "Poor Richard" who later became ,I of 12 representative! citizen occupied I lejisi1 i I" also planted: and will give meeting of congregation for j tiiK ntdtilhly nyineiilM,,. H* n.l nani I I

one of the nation's most important : 'I,.. iuror's box and decided J the proficiency t trouble later when the plants come get' her Service, at Orayntone Gt'tTO'I. 1 I I.'CI.I'n 1.1.l iKldr.HM I'l.iiu, for., full. t.I I Iriformrttlon I
.; .. .. men. It is well I that America j of tilt Rc-ollt. to advance.dcrnnnstratroi's up. Anihracnose I one of the worst and election! of officers, including : Allaiita., Ca: b. N HruH-1 trt-.l.4-3lf Laundry
'j T"Rlemuers- and rell'brates his birth'J liit<'lesting of th" wnti'rmelon diseases is spread main- trustees. Choir rehearsal ut clo\ e. ----- ----

4 day. We have had few like him-the I lifTeient mel it badge requirements !I I Ivin J this way. according to J. R. 4 ::00 p. m. Thursday. .Junior Kl'll M \.I.F: Kl.irlcln Mnrv.-l Illucklxirr ,I 20 STEWART AVENUE

t ., world has had few like him. He worriven and the public is cordially i!: Springer, extension! specialist in truck i Christian Endeavor. Miss Edith M'ller I dalr.>' pliiiitn.Fit., Ila.NU-hoU A Hmlth, Auburn- I:

/, stands out as one of the great discoverers -( invited to attend this session. I I disease and .insect control who goes l superintendent. 1-Btx\ PHONK:. 198

philosophers and statesmen of I' ...l'reefe a number cf Life I II I I 'on to say: 7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir i'}'UI ll sAlsglM.': : New prliiK< i-al- I I

;;i ;. aU time. _ "n.1 l Star Imdire honors and the big 1 "Disinfect; your watermelon wed; sal. All members of the rehe'1r-1 I , I *'udv. If > ou. HHnot rerclv- Y. J. MNG.:. ProprietorWORK

I .I I features. of the occasion were the reduce the chances of losses. Take who sing urged to be present. I day copy fur thin Kfrul welt nHm Illustrated] Mnd address and In1vtnirtlvr too ,

,. DRUNKEN. DRIVERS presentation of Eagle Scout badges the amount of seed you have and soak Visitors invited to all services. I| pliintliiK. guide for 1924. I SHIRTS - - -- __ -_lOc
I. \to several Scouts them in l-to-1000 A vIii be i1...llxlit* Most of by National Scout a solution of corrosive telephone has been installed in I send copy. SHIRTS 12e

S days when us it; was can possible look back for to other 'I Commissioner Karl Lehmann. sublimate (bichloride rf mercury the Church Study. No. 269. I| Kllgur8'ed' Co. IMant City Kla 2.4to COLLARS ____,-__ ___ .3c
a man
with a few drinks The Court of Honor opened I ) for ten minntes. Do not leave ,
(( of liquor under promptly at 7 o'clock them in this solution ST. JOm '1;; EPISCOPAL CHURCH 'FOR HAKK Going business
. his belt to steer the faithful by Judge Cheney longer than ten concern: S REASONABLE PRICES FOR
,. old fam- chairman of the minutes. story brick corner bulldliiK with 11
court and the S
ily horse to and from Rev. Albert room hotel In OTHER
endangering to town without session carried with it special sig "Remove from the solution and -New M. A., Rector main floor dolhtf operation food business: store on ARTICLES
any great extent his
own life or the lives of others. nificance from impressive and enjoy- wash thoroughly" in three or four 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School. 75 hy 150; ran sell at a bargain.
But able standpoints. change of clean fresh ItK It is water to I 11:00 -
different now, though we I remove : n. m.-The Right Reverend flint class l"n -- -- -- -------
regret Vivo every particular beat
/ to there applications had! been received the disinfectant. The seed isnow Bishop Cameron Mann location In
say are still! a few who will preach; town. Sec J. McPhattir,
1 pear not to have realized it. ap I at Scout headquarters from Scouts I ready to plant. and conduct Confirmation Service. I Klnalnimc. ... 47-tfc 1
desiring advancements. "This -- --
-, We may differ on the I corrosive sublimate solution 7:30: p. m.-Evenjong and FOR I
merits of se mon 8ALn-Pine'
.: j More than tOO (1 to 1000) i is reiildenrr property
.m rtt )
the Eighteenth Amendment we I 'IVadges wereawarded I i prepared by dissolving by the rector. Subject: "A Chosen Apply at the office of The Vallev I COMETO
/. : favor it or it. But may |' during the pact year to 1 tablet (which may be purchased at j I Ves elI." j Oairtte. Kl*.lnimee. 1,1 lf'von
oppose on one Scouts
4 point we are all agreed and that is under the jurisdiction of C"n- anv drug store) in 1 pint of water. 10:00: a. m.-Friday, January 25. HAI.I': I
tral Ilannna
i Florida Council, and This amount in sufficient plant lady flnner
that 1924 will for
the Saint
a .
I'aul's '
tightening I quarterof i \arlet 26
; up on liquor show even !Holy Communion. : > cnt* each \\'. B. Harris |
7 drinking came at a rrcater number a* the a pound of seed. Increase in this -.-
I, : i 8tla, as human life opportune is concerned.time I program for thii year which i i. bpnarranJl'ed -\, proportion for larger amounts. CIIRISTS CHURCII 8I'COIIIANU/ UOOpH.\ bouht. suld Business University of

t; :) : :: If there had been autos back by the council) will offer "On- must remember that corrosive ---- and repaired. The Cailno 4tf I

.i '. in the any greater opnortun'ties'; bigger better !sublimate is deadly ( Pentecostal) FOR '
i days when whiskey I poinionous and PALs For ....n.. Tampafor
drinking anti rnrntnhed
\' more interesting Scout that it should Brack Street at Oak flonrn
'. ; was at its height in this activitie be kept out of reachof and No Trespass, CarOL 10 I
....j J, country than ever. animals and _crnta .aehatTh.. Onieite
t\ children. offlre.
\ t wouldn't have I
'yr I i. enough to hold been cemeteries I Any pronounced way of doing W. :Milar S. S. Superintendent j9:4.r j I an accurate business train-
;l. t..r there two dead. For if things is n result of a changed con-: A judge in Pensacola fined, a man : FOR RENT in K. Our enviable
are I
things that won't mix I ) a. m.-Sunday School classes reputationfor
1';t. dititn of living and preachinar. two hundred and fifty dollars
: those and
17 \S two things are booze and gaI.c $- I That in what makes with the alternative of for all a Rell. Uring; the family. Full HKNT--HIK room hot,"" nnd Ihrr..1 accuracy creates a
oline. having S greater
11 1 :00 l'tfl"
Driving ; : .
a horse while tractive license taken a. m.-Sermon by Rev. R. D. apartment. aid I fi rn
t:' ,; cated is no intoxi-I interesting nnd instructive. I I away from him or ftiy- Walker. niinrtmi-nt. with! ..n.- dernnnd for
feat : two ,
great a It is different for '. ing thirty days in ; "H moil I, ; w.7 | graduates than vie
t/ horse has a measure of the reason that jail. The young 7:00:: p. m.-Young i .___ .. rn F II I. ) \'tieHt:: x
.' intelligence. the Scout learns through : man ran into a People's Meet- I can fill. Suitable
1 I l f' But the man isn't living participa. I wagon driven bv a ing. Interesting I boarding pro-
who I
can tion subject.!
', I'S erate op : by doing actual things. I negro and never stopped to see what I WANTED.
an automobile 7:30: cured. Your
\ as carefully Learning is damage he had done. p. Inspirational Singing, J I comfort and welfare
a by-product
lj'. < ; ;: when drunk aa when sober. of living A hw surh Praise and
\ f.a. Our court all over the as much as Scouting is machinery fines as that and drivers will not be Rev. R. D. Walker.Testimony. Sermon by WA1'Et-T0),,''Ik. I buy large. quantity of are paramount.
" it country are for specific education. It is the in. "in a hurry" as the man said he AI r. .1. Hanltary I airy. (tilt I 1I1a In ,
making "
I was.
plain 2:30
I I mands that the public de tegrating center through which char- -Perry Herald. ble p. m.-Fridavs* WA.. .m., an'a.. .. _Ttl._ 2tfoisi COME

1'1' S '1 ;: drivers protection from drunken auto actEor i8 built and hov.. A,.... .,...IA.I study. All invited. ) : A ''''''1.1. BANAVA ..
; and n - 7:30 I'I."TA.
. ..!they are.showing no mer- for citizenship. uuIt HERO AND CONVICT : p. m.-Tuesday: Bible Study. TIOIN TOWS I\I
S f., "'.Y Ln" unyers wno Sermon by pastor. Poll /i1ALI'-On. noll.l JANOTHE'R
.1 of intoxication 'When display lIigna teaches loyalty to self to home Tony Wroblewski 7:30 i(I lots 2"i)>x26 '...t. block of live
: a '" arrested-usual and to country. To be was the first To- : p. m.-Thursday: Weekly ,., tear big' Bouth KlB.lmm.-e.
to. I ly after they have damaged other is to be a good citizen a good Scout ledoan to die in the World war. An Prayer and Healing Bible Teichin/f. 'I Soil ., ..,"i"ChV mostly rich black
and ] banana
I machines injured' to bo a American Legion I Eighteen culture,
or in Communion
post Toledo has service Inch fall
people good citizen is to be first Sunday to ditch. lluiii
. on the streets or highways. sAnd .it'. 1 to one'a nation and patriotic and loyal been named in his honor. But Adam each month. Foreign Missionary offering 'I your reasonable home and grow your frull Price '

rif .t: a 5 good thing. We have no desire to The character of people. Wrobtewski, a. brother, is in an Ohio taken second Sunday each Apply Valley Oa..It. if .I
a good Scout la
.*rgue the prohibition question here, never honeycombed penitentiary serving a term for burglary month at evening service. I I ,
s-S ) -. but"We do Join with by deceit nor and larceny and "I wasNrlad LOST BEAUTIFULH ] "
every good citizen punctured by dishonesty A at the con. when they said unto .
: in Scout-1,
this land.In elusion of this face me, 'Lt Us LOST-r"
demanding that if a trustworthy. He deportation. Go Into the house I ot black
"' man must drink maintains hi. Integrity -, Members of the Lord." of apHCIxclea tortoise Shell
that the '
hIt stay Wroblewski Psalm 122:1. Monday O
away under all post : I nlrht ME"
t from a and this of the legion return to Judge / _
; steering wheel while he is Is only of are now considering this 1' L,. Comer. .

;:: (_: .dote-t-EUlott': City (Md.) Times.J' teaches Jimmy one since the both lessons have Daddy become proposal to deport Adam in view of Send The Gazette Booster Number r..oST-r.ady'. glove n..a Just Finlahcd on Main'Street, j jS.EE.Ji
the to C".h
loft.acri Northern friends ('nmssny'a Feed
ce made and
S { J'' ,-QuutJonst<*Were you aver pinched interested. in Scouting. Thee .Jiope to ftnd by Tony. Use Kiislmmee."To help adver ple... return place to of 1.. b'I.lnO. Finder
If some less n.
/ advances harsh Squires.
.x j/rr. for. goingJoo faatfr" no further than method of receIve r..ward. Indl ,
fint class deallng/with the ...ItaFOUND ; If
t' c 'An lie has case. De
wrjNo butj I'"re been Intelligent and portation la possible .. .
slap 1 aa'the father hear the ,
'ftarf.- :I S energy enough to aid the injured and of women talk all men. 4 4'J"
.- a.: i ay* Jife the-boys never became a naturalized 'Soi-n. .
5.i..T .a . and tUa little fractional are helpless, but some PAINTER .ANO.DECORATOR .. .. . ,'citizen: of, ,the United States,, "' help less JI'OUNO-A aunt 0'
.... than mon.y. '
S others.
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._, . ..: .K.ISSIMMEK': VALLEY _OAZETTK 'FRIDAY;: JANUARY 18. -ItU'peal __", '"._ :;:Iye',

d' ,. .
.- I y '. ..... '
I 'f ,' I MRS,'.J. J. FARMER PASSED . r" ....,
Woman's.ClubNoIesB3 ; Yard Splendid Neifhborhooa'LET .
; j .
I., ,
Mra.Celest Mrs., J, J. Farmer.wife of Rev?; J.r. '
J.< Frlpp J. Farmer died Satu lay morning at ME .SHOW. YOU.
1:30! o'clock at the age! of 64 year.
: Happenings A(' a recent meeting of the civic She had been'an invalid for the past "AN IDEAL HOME

:. department, chairmen of two other" I ten years.. 1!
committees were appointed to develop Mrs.. Farmer was. born in Reynolds, .
% Block from Business
t : --3 Blocks: Section
plans for future if not immediate JcCTgla, and married Rev. Faimer'in
.. -'" beautification of Kisnimmee. Com- December, 1888. The family came to THE PRICE WILLL SUIT. YOU. 4;

Advance showing of spring hats at Eat at Dupont's Cafe tf mittees nemely'are' ((1))< Flower com,, Kissimmee in 1914 where they have' r .

The Hat Shop. Mrs. J.. D., Woodbeck. mittee,. with Mr George Gardner, resided since that tune. '. Sam L.
A Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aultman spent chairman. Mrs. Gardner and her She is survived by her husband and .: : Lupfer qIdealLocatlori

:Born: To Mr. and Mrs; F., C. a few day in Tampa this week. committee: will endeavor td create a three sons, Marlon Farmer, of Miami, I>
Ghlotto, Friday, January 11,.a son. universal spirit, for flower culture iniCIssimmee Luther Farmer, of Griffin; Georgia, 8-Room House
Wilson and T ;er'lI Fertilizers ascertain what varieties and,. Carson Farmer, president the .
Bargains fn truck 'farms groves have a State.reputation. II. C. Stan of flowfra are especially adapted:! Kisnimmec. Chamber of Commerce. ..

and farming .lands. Nelson' Realty. ford,.Agent. _... .*. to this locality, nd.0 inculcate a Fur.eial 'services were held SaturJ '
. Ctlnpany love for the beautiful by having in y afternoon {.U_tha-,First Baptist/ .
___ Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. every 'door yard the radiant blossom .I urrh! the Rev. Walter B. Knight of-
Ramcnd Raney is spending the Johnston, Tuesday, January 16, 1924/ which nature to abundantly bestows I Vatlnjr.. Interment" was in Rose .
week in Saint Petersburg visiting his a son on Florida. Tli'l: cemetery under the direction of i

parents. 20 par cent oR n men's winter Another committee, that on railroad I J. W. Thompson. This is MICHELIN
Jackson's' Woodyard.: Phone 194. suits. SHOE & MEN'S SHOP. .*. removal has, for its chairmf-n. : 'I'he Husband'n TributeWe
6-4tc Miss Elizabeth: Aultnmn. Every Kiasimmccan I
Douglas! Baker, of Dothan, Alabama must admit that, oar> bJm-: give up, the bitter cup Phooerbr *orordtnl ro
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Persons, was a week-end! visitor in Kls- tifaal l lake is Kluaintmce's chief asset. Df suffering; through many years, "014 Rubber Ribr"Na
and daughter, Mildred, spent yesterday simmee. Were the shores "f Lake TohopcVa- tier body frail, her check so paidSuflcrtal 10 !"
in Tampa. liga put into condition for ieri Large selection of men',. women's purposes! and were the railroaj tricks She lonjred to live, that *he might
Costs nothing to look. Ask to see and children's: shoes, and prices are I made to r'rcuit the ont-sklrt of the give S
the kind of shoe you want at the right. SHOE & MEN'S SHOP. town, conditions would! make K'ssim-' The hand to help the heart to love .
SHOE & MEN'S SHOP. mee one of tho mont beautiful and To those in need: That was her creel,
John L. Overstreet, Worshipful attractive cities in Florida.PARENTTEACHERS And now she serves in heaven above.
Mr. and "Mrs. S. I.. Lupfer left Master of Orange Blossom Lodge, .

Wednesday for a few days in Cuba, No. 89, .. and A. M., left Kissimmee NAME We give her u n, the bitter cup 4 ..II ,

Il'olng.via. Melbourne.! Monday midnight as delegate to i COMMITTEES FOR" 1921 Df suffering long, now gives 'way 'I
the Grand Lodge in Jacksonville. To cups of joy, without alloy
Wilson and To011' r's Fertilizers I The Parent-Teachers Association To that bleft eternal day.

have a State reputation. 11. .C. Stan Classical and ballat dancing class met last Thursday, and enjoyed} an interesting She murmured net at any lot,
ford, Agent I,' every Saturday morning at teno'clock program, after which com Was happy in her mission here. r
at residence of Mrs. U. J. mittees for 1924 were appointed. As mother, wife, she gave her life
E. C. Duzenbury ia in Kissimmee Burrows, 225 Church street. Phone The association i is engaged in a'' In spreading sunshine every whcie. .
from Avon Park for a few days, visiting 252. Mrs.. Russell J. Crum, teacher.: membcrshiD campaign, and in addition
his wife who is ill.\ I I i
I James to the hope of the members for We give her up, a bitter cup - va
|I Steel, of Jesiiup, Georgia,
affiliate and furtherthe Was to the of Jesus [
to lips
Numbers of The Gazette. more people pressed
Booster nephew of Mrs. J. W. Thompson, who
wrapped and ready for mailing, 10 has been visiting in Kissimmee at the purposes of the organization, The cup was gain though giving pain,
each. there in a good l tine for the membership For in the Saviour> she could test;
rents Thompson home for the six
past r:;;oJ
: The darkest her
weeks, left Monday for Tarpon fees. Membership in the association night, to was right, ..
Bom: To Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mc- Springs for a two or three weeks' is fifty cents, and the moneyis With radiance from the Saviour's Some wise
Callister. Saturday, January 12, 1924, visit. being u"ed to buy playground apparatus face, are
a daughter, Evelyn Agnes. ,i I for the children. Mrs. D. B. She looked to Him when earth was
Advance showing of spring hats at Shaver is chairman of the membership dim, and some are otherwise"Get
Douglas shoes, $2.98 up. Special! The Hat Shop. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck.* committee with Mrs. C. A. Williams And found always sufficient grace.
table bovn shoes $2.35 McCAU- Mrs. StefTee, Mrs. Ames and
LEY'S DRY GOODS. Mr. and MnTw. B. Luke and lit Mrs. G. Bryan.A We give her up, the bitter cup
-- tle son have rented the Nat Carson press committee WAil named ns Of death she drank, for God l !said our prices on Michelin tires.
the sale of
S. R. Chapman report place o/i Broadway and are making follows: Miss Yowell], Miss Griffin, "ComeTo
one of the new Thacker bungalows on their home there. His brother A. T. and !Miss! Wooldridge. Reception live with me Eternity
Hproule avenue to L. O. Yohn. Luke with his wife and little daughter committee in Mrs. Smith, Mrs. War- Dawns and 1 will take thee home."

Wilson and -Tonmer's- Fertilizers are living at the J. R. Squires ing, Mrs. Sigler. and Mrs. Peterson No tongue can tell, the sad farewell,
have a State reputation. II. C. Stanford residence on Bryan street The Luke Program committee: Misses Augusta To us left here to mourn her loss W. B. MAKINSON CO.
Agent. '" brothers have recently come to FlorIda Winn, Medora Russell, and Elon But Christ still lives, and He (gives
from Nashville, Georgia, and GuiCe.frll.' James Johnston was Needed grace, down at the Cross.
S. R. Chapman reports the sale ofa have the state agency for a sanitary named. pianist. Near Depot Phone 123
five-ncre tract on Vine street and revolving grocery bin, and will make The regular! meetings of the Par- OBSERVED ANNIVERSARY OF

some city prooerty on Mitchell street, Kissimmee their headquarter. ent-Teachers Association. are held" the NATIONAL: PROHIBITION: _T____ -_- -
to S. T. Thaeker. first Thursday of each month, and
Wednesday night theKi lIimn\Ae
-- '' Shaves, 15c; haircuts 35c; children, everyone interested in the
Before buying tires see C. G. Tyxer. 26c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20tfW. of the organization" i- cordially purposes invited W. C. T. U. kept in linwith fifty ormore
. Me handles the Giant Tires. The not only to attend, but to becomea state special throughout 1r
price is right-the tire is guaranteed. C. T. U. RECEPTION member. by holding a program .
e celebrating the birthday of national
prohibition.Local .
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Persons, who Friday evening, January 11, churches gave their Wed-
have been visiting for two weeks in Kn appreciative audience responded to To the Property Owners of Osceola nesday night prayer meeting services
Kissimmee and Lakeland returned to the invitation of the W. C. T. U. to County: over to the union of congregationsfor a
their home in Waycross Georgia, last attend a reception in honor of the I will be at the places on dates the meeting held in the Christian
Tuesday. tourists visiting Kissimmee.! given below for the purpose of receiving church. The evening" platform ".
Despite the inclement weather the tax returns fir the year 1924: by the assembling on the of ,
Wilson and Toomer's Fertilizershave Chapter House was filled with friends, Shingle! Creek Station, Jan. 28, the ministers of the city, the W; C.
a State reputation. II. C. Stan and many were not able to gain admittance forenoon. T. U. president, Mrs. M. V. Boyer,
ford, Agent because of lack of room. Campbell Station. Jan. 28, after- and the speaker, William C. Lawscn.of .
Mrs M. V. of the Orlando. Mrs. Boyer introduced
Mr. and Mrs F., J. Nye, usual w'n- Boyer president noon.
1>r. W. H. Diesch who presided over f'
Union, presided and Mrs. David Lan- iNftrcoossec p. 0., Jan. 29, forenoon.
ter Princeton residents, Illinois In, arrived Kisaimmee last from Fri. der, assiste-l by Mrs. W. B. Makin- Peer Park P. O., J-.n. 29, afternoon.Kenaxnviltc the meeting's program' which .was all.. Rare beauties and distinctionsu\ ??
Mrs M. E. Turner and Mrs. M. Jan. 30. 101'"on.l.okolcc follows:
lion, ,
day and have taken rooms at 421 Emmett Rally Song-"Souiul the Jubilee" in lines finish and ;
A Clark graciously! received the JaY 30, afternoon. Walter \ upholstery'I": S
truest.. Mrs. M. Katz and Mrs. 'B. Mulb"Si."\, 'n. :31 nftrnwvi.St. cr">ir; Scriptural leading. Rev. .
Classical and ballst dancing class Lytzell presided at the punch bowl Cloud to be .advel tilled at a later B. Knight Prayer Dr. John F. and the great mechanical luxury : .
and Miss Winn and Mrs. B date. Phillips; Solo, Mrs. W. 0. Hombakcr;
every Saturday morning! at ten Augusta, Address "Law Enforcement W. C.Ln'"lIolI of an engine that actually \o v:
o'clock at residence of Mrs..., U. J. O'Bannon gave informally several Klssi-'TOee officat court house /;. ; '
, Burrow, 225 Church street. Phone musical: number As special features open All 'through; March. ; Song, "Work fo:: Enforce- with The "-
Hev. : use cvonderfulWillys-k
ment fchoit addresses by Horn-
252. Mrs, Russell J. Crum, teacher.* of the program were solos by (NotePlease") bring correct lists ; } '
'\ ". )llornlnl-er, reading b-, Mine of your property to that the same baker and I>r. Phillip. .1/,1 t **;:( Knight sleeve-valve engineiis'

Mr. and'. Mrs E. H. Sherwin, of Margfret" Stanford, Carrol Makmson may bf lied! fo" ie,-H I In the Asses The addresses Were earne't,.full of ].. .. ra

Pheldon.; Vermont, friends of W, W. and Mrs. O'Bannon. It'' office, as the Supreme court has fccts.and should inspire every hearerto .. "hth' e same type of ,engine. usedwmhe .
Baker, have arrived in Kissimmee to A profusion of orange: blossoms! ruled t'! at whera property is not returned remember! his or her oblig"tion: to- .

spend the winter and;{ have secured were used for decorative purposes or listed for assessment each use the one. grent privilege of every ( finest cars of Europe.. See
the the
rooms at 310 Ma-ble avenue. and at the clone of the affair guests year. bv the owner or agent the same C'itizl"n. right to vote "stayat
-- were permitted to take ,home sprigs must b" assessed! as "UNKNOWN." home" voter is really our law the Willys-Knight-go for a
Before buying tires see C. G. Ty- mal! en.The .
of the beautiful blossoms. It wa an WM. [ BARBER .
rif'>1'. lie handles the Giant Tires. Tne enjoyable evening, marked by the beginning 6-2tc. Assessor of Taxes. lo-al W. C. T. U. under the active good fide! I
price is right-the tire is guaranteed. of several pleasant friend r guidance of Mitt. Boyer, is keeping -
2ItMrs. ships.LIIEVINNE1V. FAMILY REUNIONThe step in the great movement of
the national and state work. A recent -
S. II. DeGroot, of Youngs- home cf Mr. and Mrs. II. N. nicotine was held commemorative 5 V
town. Ohio Is spending a few weeks ALVAREZ RECITAl. Bratton, on Bass street, was the of the birth of the W. C. T. U. .5 LUPFER & PR TJlEn GARAGE
in Kissimmee; the guest of Mrs. G. AT DAYTONA BEACH JAN. 28 arena of a family reunion !last Sun- fifty years ago when a group of devoted -

II, Prnther. She is spending the winter Josef Lhevinne, the celebrated day, following the arrival Sttuidav women a"sembied| in the little KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAWILLYS
in Florida and will later visit St. Russian pianist and Mnrguerite of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ciarkson, of town of Ilillfboro Ohio determinedto
Petersburg and ,Miami. D'Alvnrez, Spanish contralto of interesting Center Cross! Georgia Mrs.' Clarkson pray out the saloons.
and sensational is Mrs. Bratton'x sister. The National W. C. T. U. is celebrating -
Ten 5 blocks from courthouse
acre., this the fiftieth of its
There Mrs. Lee Bradley year
non-resident. Bar- success, will be heard in a joint recital -
owned by flt the Auditorium. lit Daytona a niece of the Brattons and her movement and this fourth anniver-
gain. Ccme: let us show Nelson
: two children of Orlando. James xaly of national prohibition.
Beach, on Monday, January 28. .
Realty Company. C. J. F.
Burkhartt, a nephew, and Mrs. Buik-

L. A. Hamilton and daughter, Miss "OLD TIME SOCIAL" hartt, of Orlando. Miss Nina Bratton,
Isabel Hamilton, and Mr. and Mrs. NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT : no.of DeLand Mr. and Mrs. R. D. BISHOP CAMERON MANN
W. A. Hamilton, returned to Kisslm- i Guice and Miss! Elon Guice. WILL PREACH ON SUNDAYThe

meo last week from Toronto, and are The Ladies Aid of the First Presbyterian I -- th
again at their home at the Country church will hold an "Old MRS. C. E. PARRISII Right: Reverend Bishop Mann
the Hiime TUESDAY MORNING will conduct: services in Saint John'sEpiscopal
Club. Time Social" at Chapter DIED
on Thursday night January 24. There church on Sunday, January
and Mrs. C. E. Parrish passed away at 20, at 11 a. m.
Splendid 6 room east front home, will be an interesting program,
close In. modern; only $2250. Best refreshments. Everybody is cordially 1:30 o'clock Tuesday morning at her The Bishop will administer the ;
residence, 6 Broadway, following three Rite of Confirmation, and preach.
bargain in town. Nelson Realty Com Invited to be present.
pany. .*. days illness. Mr. and Mrs. Parrish Everybody is cordially invited. KNIGHTr

-- CARD OF THANKS came to Kissimmee about two months -

The Corner Grocery under new ago, from Loughman. She was 41 MISSOURI MAN DIES
We wish to express: our sincere appreciation of
management.' We have a full line of years age. --
Maple, and fancy groceries and can fill of, and thanks for, the .. She is survived by her husband, one George Miller, who with Mrs. Mil
your wants in this line at lowest many kindnesses shown us during the son, Oiral Gill, of Lakeland, a daughter ler, had engaged apartments at the .ooo t.
prices. Take notice of the Bargain illness, and at the time of the death, Mrs. Evelyn Barber, of Lough. residence of F. B. Dow, on Main r
Counter. Free delivery. Phone 86. of our beloved wife and mother. man. and a step-daughter, Miss Nellie street, died. Wednesday night. The,
R.I. Smith proprietor. Thanks are also extended for the Parrish, of Kissimmee. body is being taken to their home in
many beautiful ftoral'offerings. Funeral services were held! at the Kirksville, Missouri, by the widow.
J. J. Farmer.Carson Davenport cemetery, under tho direction /
A number of Ohio people have recently _ .. THRilLS
Farmer, and Family. of J. W. Thompson, the Rev. F
arrived to spend the winter. !
Marion Farmer and Family. of +
Oliver Campbell Loughman,
Among them are:,M. Magic, Bethany; l
Mrs. Hattie B. Lowe,' Bethany Mrs. Luther- Farmer; and Family. ficiating. customers I am still with prepared 120 to veneer furnish blocks my 1

Lizzie Emmona, Kyle; Roy L. Woltz, LEGION BEHIND GOOD- 15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch
Lancaster: M. Hopkins, Mary vllle; ROADS CAMPAIGNA OHIO VISITOR DIES blocks, 295. Split for stove-wood,

Elias pathway, Milford Center. for Mrs. Charles Cramer, of Foftoria, guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for Sensational Parachute Leap From \ '
bond issue of $75,000,000 t
Ohio, winter visitor in Kissimmee. $335; 12-inch for $3.15. Get yourwintt'r'8
Extra fine home with lots of bear- good roads, for school
building pur-t supply now. All delivered.
died about midnight Tuesday at the' of
ing fruits ideal in department; and for charitable institution Wings Speeding Aeroplane.
; every poses, I residence of J. W. Busby where she 1 Phone 91. J. Bonin. 48-tf a
7 rooms, ,lots cf screened-In porches; in Kentucky received the unanimous ...
with her husband. Mrs
close! in. Bargain. Corn deal direct endorsement' of members of the was living
with owner. Nelson Realty Company American Legion post in Lexington.Two Cramer was 67 years' old. for Many Other .Human Fly StuntsOn .
The, body was prepared ship-
thirds of the bond maney
Sam Kallenbaugh, of Altamont, would be used to construct good roads ment'by J. W. Thompson, and left on GET Wings.KISSIMMEEAVIA
: ,
New, York,has,recently purchased theJohn that Kentucky: might no longer be called Tuesday afternoon's train for Fosto- _
,Cline .place '!in?.Pinedale.,, ,Mr the. "detour state.' Under the via, accompanied by Mr. Cramer. Two T ,
Kallenbaugh Is, a' former newspaperman terms of the endorsed bill now before sons an4two daughters survive Mrs INFORMATION ABOUT THE ;: JON FIELD .
Cramer, all of them residing in Fos- ,
"with the Altamont Enterprise.He the state legislature, the ,Universityof
lays he has looked om the state Kentucky,would receive five millions torla, where' funeral services. will be Business University/of f : :. : ,
and considers Kiuimmee'the best bet. of dollars for purposes.of, developments beld. ,- ft .jrvr. :
for the fatnre.... ., .. ', *. .. .,)""L. \ , .- :r' : .
. ,, : -y r, ';*' -_) /, ,1' x INCOUr..AX' SPECIALIST'K Tampa ... ," di9Jaii.2O I. '

'The'Corner Grocery, under ;pewaranag.arrent ,,,.Nothing Impossible, but did yon WILL BE HERE. 'AN.2 ,' '.
.' We base a full line of ever try- to'strike a match,011 a cake I _AJ :< 1 1 < "thaLW.) i -The: .fbrewoet Scbool"IW': ior1.1'w ,.. : ..
staple and fancy groceries and can fill of T-Escanaba Press. tSend JF: Announcement.nrade- : M ''r .'' '* j..i.j .'':::..#. 1 'i-i<
,. .. aoap 4 .. Cat.hrae".fncome tax -apeclallst;will be ,ta.:" ,I.T'IDPaJ.lId, Caas Streets, .
.")'Our- wants Jnvihls; Jlne at lowest tI. I : W
*.prices.;' Taker-notice. of the Bargain The Ga&ette Booster:Numberto in Kissimraee,:.Monday-.*January. R; 1!'...-:'f;....,anpaf'e'''' :*; .,' t'"* .. .t: PASSEI GERFIHTS; $5OQ, : -

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Ip UME n :ISSIMMEE, .FLORIDA, JANUARY 18,1924', NUMBER 17 Pepto-Manjran provides %

-- - ----_. --"'.- ------- G'UDE'S Just the form west
--- formwhich

Editor: ....._...__..__'Fred; Lupfer .FRESHMEN NOtES 1914 a few of' the Midi schools 1 ir d will not assimilated irritate the weakest

I ..__Alberta Brunson Florida were put on the accrVditqic injure the teeth but I'
Editor nor 4
Hisrh on
1 list of schools Osceola was
We are now preparing: for. the'flrst I which effectively enriches the. blood I
REPORTERS semester examinationswhich start of thes.e\ 'pioneers, and has .been on th4 the body. At ,
1 Ninth ? *...,_.__..:__..Edwin Barnes next week. Those who have been list ever since. To 'be on the accredited and in liquid and tablet form.

Tenth -_ _-__________Youel Johnson keeping: up in their lesson from list not only means that all students druggist To tor yourself\
Eleventh -._______..Park Doughten week to week and reviewing a little graduating from one of thes
Twelfth __.________Raymond Tyner each day,, do not dread their appearance schools may enter into any collesr t"alu. of Gudc'l Pepto-Mangan. write today

i Music T---_____uullarold WilsonSCIOIARSifll'S but those who have let lesson without taking entrance examinationbut for no generous mono,-Triall'ackgeof'rahtetaSend junt name and take care of themselves Up until now, that the school has at least fougood r M. J. liroiUnUach Co., 63 Warren Su, N. V.Tonic SAVED
IN YALE OK the teachers that the library anc:I j
and who will try to- "cram" at ;
VASSAR last moment, do not view the ap- laboratory facilities are adequate foi: Gude'spepto1
nronch of examinations with much the needs! of instruction; finally, thaI
The American Chemical Society is the method of instruction is accepted
t ; conducting a prize essay. contest. during nil and) universities belonging angatt
1923-1924.. More Cheating does not fret you anywhere hy colleges
school I.
j year either, it does not injuie the to the Accredited Ass cia-
\ i
than $10,000 in cash prizes and SIN teacher, but on the other hand, it I tion. .._ ; ; and Blood Enricher Out of every 100 chicks hatched,
Talc I'ni-
four-year scholarships to -uro
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versitv and Vassar ColU-Ro,! each cnr- 'I'youi does harm'lf: In In reality, bask. you<.ball! client, in TIIK ..SITIKI.A'II\; :/ inciiii/ : : (or ---.- : 50% ordinarily die. It i is the experience
tying! $500 a year in cash, and tuitioiifrco. We)MEN I
which enter, to
will be awarded) to the winners all spurts we we try :
EVFNi1'tS'1' (;
SATl'RDVY of raisers who
all lip hont' I. And >o it is in examinations clever) )brilliant thinker fcli.', poultry
of 1I'.ilcbI11e"t. Student of prndein "No / KKCUKTS: FIA11(1D1MISItEI'ItESEN'1't'I'ION) ( "
and l
1 high school' and. secondary schools' I ,the he honest ti( which yourself O rcola has uphold : With college It cord and degree; ]i : : : Purina Chick Star-
In the United States are invited to I She ha--' !n ot) Known the paths of fain:' use
i I participate Should I mnik.M back of tart into the that they
) ''j. awarded) to It student .who baud not Us lie we I, She walks. nv old IOHR-Iredden ways. | Toil have "expressed) regret to the tend
.. I h-t
completed) his high; !school work, it them( ('ol1d, not semester meal them. us earn The valleys of the yesterdays.f PloriH) )Development' hoard hilt the! It is the most perfect
will be held: until such time as that : cailnrn entitled) "I/ove in the Kver.:
student may bo able to take advantage We have two new members in the "1 Ionic is her kingdom, love her dower irluiles" was published in n recent i is- baby chick ration obtainable CHICK
Freshmen class' : Caroline Hurkett
of it. .. ; I sue, in it was a misrepresentation ofcndttin'ts STAHTEHA
No knowledge of chemistry is necessary and, Helen about G rdy, the class now numbers She peeks no oilier wand of power I (' drawn liy Jin illustratorwho and is sold on a '

for entrance in the contest. fifty I To make home sweet, bunt Heaven licked, knowledge> the Everglades WIT".UTmMU

Osceola High School has.been provided HERE'S YOfKTHANCE TO MAKE near, and it pot by an asitiftnnt edi positive guarantee of ucaws
with a set of fine reference HOOKS.. $2(10( To win .a smile and wipe a tear .
and a student who will study these I And do her duty day by day, tor.In commenting on the cartoon double developement- or

t books. may write an intelligent essay The Florida League of American In her own quiet place and wy.. John! Gribbel, a large stockholder in

a on any of the six subjects designated.' fen Women offers a $200.00 scholar- the Curtis Publishing: Company, money back.Florida.
Anyone interested may obtain sets' of ship prize to the girl from the Senior i "Around her childish hearts are wrote:

these books for his or her own use.' class ((12th year) of any four year twined, "This incident only furnishes another .
The actual Felling price of these high school in Florida who shall' submit As round some reverend saint re- I proof of the need of intelligent Feed Stores

books is $13.001 but through the generosity the best original prose produc- shrined: information that exists, here in the

of the publishers, students! tion of not less than 600 words, nor And following hers the childish feet north at least concerning the actual
I' 1 may obtain additional sets at $2.50 more than 1500 words; subject to be Are led to ideals) true and sweet, conditions in the Eve'plndes. For the 306 BROADWAY

1 J each the actual cost' of printing. chosen by the writer. The manuscripts And find all purity ant good last six years perhaps I have been

I .J Booklets fully describing the content must be mailed on or before I In her (divine l motherhood. I ranking myself tedious tit rimes in .. TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS

1 may be had upon application to Prof. March 15, 1924, to Mrs. James Hanrock holding forth, in season' and out of
b Shaver. The committee in charge desires :3U3: N. )E. 24Lh street, Miami, "She )keeps her faith unshadowedstill season, the amazing possibilities; of CALL UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)
to emphasize that the contest is' Florida. )); the Everglades and the development
--- -
\ open to all !students in all high -- God rules the world in good and ill, of hem that I myself have seen in
schools and in all schools preparing Men in her creed\ arc brave and true that limited time.
for college. EXAMS ARE COMING And wompn nnrr nM rtonrl) of dew. "In this missionary' work
among ?
R J And life for her' is high and grand my business brethren 1 have beet ('j ; I
j \ SOIMIOMORn NOTES I N"xt Frdiav the mid-year exam I By work and! /glad\ endeavor spanned' very often surprised nt the degree of
bepin This: will be a strenuous time !
"iriipci1 of )Everglades conditions
!. The Sophomores are getting very for l bosh teachers and pupils hut if "Thi.. sail old. enrth's a brighter place which I have discovered. All of us
I I Studious these days! One sd)111] I''all the pupils begin their study on All I for the sunshine\ of her face; in the Pennsylvania Sugar' Companywho
I finds a !Soph without a Caesar note.I I(tune and do not wait until the nitrht'bofoie ,| Heriiy! smile Ji blessing] throws have been active have had thisame I
I book under one arm and an English exams to --tudy. they will t find And h"llh: are b:ippier where she I

I \ hook under the other. Whenever he ''it mush, ('n i'r. Cramming is one of I I goes; nml this experience recent incident in vinous in the quarters Situr I\WP

I ,gets a minute to spare you will see ,the worst habits. n pupil can cultivate. I A (rentle, clear-eyed] nies'nger. 'I! lay KvcninpPost office is illustration
him open that English book and lay ''It!t i.i "'\'(-n worse' than too little study- ITo wii.-per Io\e( -thank Cod; ., for her1"! I of what an -
I I rim happen
I it across' his' knee, then open the ('11I ('- in" be:'nuse it makes the pupil's mind I L. 31 1. :MI even at
the si of
I I ; 'irre n fountain of intelli-
I Rar notebook and place it on the oth- dull. And above nil, let's have no
--- ---
I genceIt won't .
er. In the minutes that follow, you ,I[rheatintr. )Let's show that we are as i happen Hiram."I r t taJf
), I HJ<::-\OL\'E\ 1 sometimes' wonder whether or
i will behold a zealous effort to do two I(|good sportsmen in our studies as we : s.
things at one time. All this are in our athletics. We ITo your development board could not
studying arc on our
I worry I less and] work accomplish CALUMETTh
I' more;; hy pictures of postal card
chows' honor
very clearly that exams are to play according to the rulesof '
I To Knock I less und boost r
-i7c showing in
more; O'l'n4 the Ever-
z close at hand. I I 1 the jnme, and so we are on our .M4aI
dream less und do I gladp' both
i more; *- improved and nntural--
The Sophomore class of 29 pupils' honor in school. A. B. I ITo I less E Economy BAKING POWDER
eat and chew more; education t through the eye that might
decreased j jOSCKOLA
was one in number last
'i7b( waste less and save more; l hI' missed' in your printed page. For \
month on account of Lelia Brown's HIGH STANDS HIGHA
To grab less and give more; instance, you or I might!: have missed'
moving to Melbourne.
:, number was. diminished Neverthelessthe for onlv j'To sit less and exercise more; in article in the Post, but we could the next time you bake-give
few weeks Professor Shaver To trifle
ago less and not miss the
study more; illustration. 16paoa
a short while because another girl received it just honest and fairtriaL
Dona Van a letter stating that our I To frown less and smile more; "When I can he of service' to one
Duzer you
i making our usual, enrolled thirty-nine last week, school had been retained on the list I To envy less and love more- and your good work, command me." One'test in your own kitchen
Sophs. of accredited !schools in I the state. In And you'll fare pretty well in 1924. - -
will that there is
prove a
-- you
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-- seed be
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) COLDS fet: miserable all over. I tired easily The Pledge I When the soil is ready and) when ('xpl'rii'nl'e Sales bigdifferencebctweenCalumetand

AFFECT and was nervous and subject to headaches has i-hown the season has 7' times
In other brand
I 3 that time which is now sometimes sufficiently advanced. Never fiv any -that for

t | ways used and spells Doan's of Pills dizziness.when trou-I alI referred to as "the good old the moon; it has other things dependon to much as thai uniform, and wholesome bale ,
i L f THE KIDNEYS I days, Pat and Mike had been )ot- do.
I '|, bl'd.with these attscks" and they ibing entirely too much. )Father of any other" ing it has n-? equaL .
promptly I _
me. brand
Reagan met them the '
I on street and Have :
( Many Kissimmee People Have Found <: Price tiOc; at nil dealers. Don'tsimply made them go to his house friends vin u the north.The Gazette to your** .2M yTen

a r This To Be True I j ask for a kidney.remedy-get J JI the next day and take a pledge.

k ., Are. you wretched In bad weather. I I Dean's Pills-the same that Mrs. Early next morning Pat met Mike: I !fI rSTBAKING POWDEn
\ \ ;' '} I'' Doas every cold settle on .kid. '! Comer had. Foster-Milburn Co., they linked arms and started for tho H 2 Wo.i The ,Best
j r 1"i,:, !: ;,neya? I I Mfrs., Buffalo/ N. Y* priest's house. The way took them", ':"

r'J ,, .', &Does back pat a, saloon. '
your ache and become >
: . weak JAre I f' : '"Hist, Mike!" says Pat. "What I "I was"skeptical cf all)) medicinj ...
.. FLORIDA FOTOS WANTED and doctors A friend advised
: I urinary and say we shtep in an' have just wallmol'l. me to
distressing? -- I .' before we sign/ the pledge?" Mayr"s Wonderful Remedy and '
,! "Xaw ( assured me it had cured him of hisstomach C
; replied Mike. "The
These Father
I } symptoms are cause to suspept Th" Fl-i'ida Development Board re- trouble. I didn't take )
might smell our breath. Wail till any S
kidney weakness. I
quests all who have photographs of we're comin' back From stock in it and he bet me $50 that i't e i p15at1s
J Weakened kidneys need quick help.: Florida which Every
,' Doan's Pills scenery may be suitably body's Magazine would be equally successful in my i.
4 r I for weakened are especially prepared for use in a series of scenic won- case. lie won the bet." It is a sim'ple ,
kidneys. Ask your derof America to send them in at harmless preparation that
I \ neVhbor. once, ,tb they have offer from the ed- Bundles of old paper are for sale the catarrhal removes Old
i mucus from the I
Kissimmee! people recommend them. I ilo- of the Saturday Evening Post to at the office of The Gazette; lOc intestinal tract and I Homestead -
I allays the inflammation i'
.j Mrs. T. L. Comer Better them
621 Mabbette inclm'e' three cr four Florida viewsof get while there is a stock. which
St., Kissimmee, says: "When I took I I that character in the series now I I Call at once; they'll never be cheaper. stomach, liver causes and intestinal practically ail-all I Bgncake :i '

cold it settled, on my kidneys and I being run, and wish to select a num- -- ments, including appendicitis. One Jl. : Flour ''l' !'Ifose ]
caused me to suffer with my back. I ber' of the best for submission I I dose will convince or money refund 7h UettclOl/S: -
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For over 35 yare the E. O. Painter I a
Ida growers with fertilizer The continued FVrtlltzrr Company has furnIshed Flor. sure do rJ'
patronage of
5t ( era gives proof of latliifactory results. experienced growl I I''erywhere.Jb safes/3/


Write for New Fall Price Llstc Just IssuedE. h
0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida e ball .. '

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to save for a home ? AUDITORIUMDAYTON

SUCCESSOR TO CLAY dl THOMAS Think of the sacrifices you

i-' -because, when it !strikes, it is made in order to save enough
to build
a home. If file
should A
Farming Machinery, knocked slightly out of shape. But, destioy your home tomorrow BEACH
being elastic, it springs back to shape, would it
i Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt and this reaction makes it rebound. begin mean that you must
h c The use of all over economizing again ? and saving Monday, January 28th8:15JOSEF

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Rubbing Fire insurance is the

n, G BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARS Alcohol of tain the protection savings you against have only the investedand cer-loss- LHEVINNE-Russian Pianist.

helps put "in shape" tired, aching a policy in the hartford MARGARET D'ALVAREZ
Fire -Spanish
muscles and stiff joints that sport, is Insurance Company Contralto.
labor or illness has "knocked out." absolutely dependable as
your banker will gladly
testify. Joint
,1 A refreshing body rub for athletes, It costs no more to secure the .
invalids and infants. Excellent best., I
r "J. .up Thompson for ) TWO
for removing soothing the perspiration face after odors shaving.One and. FOR SAFE AND SURE WONDERFUL ARTISTSPricesl$1.00 : .

f&. 4- I SION .NI CA.,.., licensed funeral Director Every of item 200 the Pnreteat best that preparations.skill and INSURANCE, CALL $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, plus Tax. .I

1k conscience can produce. FARMER "
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.y; PysfoNrti.A..aae. Age Beach, Fla.;,

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..0040040'000040004' ( the said debta and that It I. necessary that I will on, the 10th day of Febru- Jt
to sell the real eatate for that pur.poae "rrL A D. UU apply to the lionerablo
AdvertisementsIN and praying order to take T. I.. Comer County Judge Osceola
- i.Legal. i possession of the following real estate County, Florida at his office at KIsalmraea. -
aa assets for the payment of debts and Florida, at 10 X M, to sell at I
aooaooooba eoooaaooa charges due and owing via: private aale the interest of the follow. \ ..
Ytu Thirteen (It) and Fourteen ln&, minor., to-wlt: Nona Louise", (bawdy -
(14)) of Block Seventy-four (74) of ,,Mildred Jane Prawdy. Uladya Ma.. I'I'I wIt
TIIM COUNTY COURT IN ANDFOIL the Town of St. Cloud ,according rle Drawdy Leon Emory/nrawely and I .
OlO1<101A COUNTY. n.ORIIlA." to the Plat of the 8emlii9le Land L B lrawdy. In the following dencrlbed -
Tlllfl UULK KMRTIDIZHH and ezlit: and Investment Company recorded property situated In Oaceola Coun j
a. corporation organised among the plats * Usceola'pounly ty. Florida, to-wlt: AlHnf hturUa IS '. .. ,
Inff under and by vtrut of the Law. Florida'TNEItItFOHE( and It of the Town of Whltflir Ha :
Of the Slate of Florid Plaintiff. v.. : you and each of you, shown by the corrected plat of J. FWllllama )7 j l
CAI'TAIN '' WIL.UIAM Letend and all other persona Interested aril filed 4th February 115, aa .. ..I
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known aa CA1".1'V. hereby commanded to appear. before shown In Plat hookpv page 76 Oa -
ant, 'the me. at Klsalmmoe. Oaoeola County, ceola' County.- Florida re-cords This " Notlc l. hereby given that Florida, on\ tho 11th day of February the Srd day of January A. D lilt .
above November D.sIIZY the 80th A. I).. 1914, 'and to show cause If' any .. '. MAMIE A. DRAWDY. THE UNIVERSAL CARLooking i
day of A ; In.tltut- you have, 'Why .said Petition should! Aa Dunrdlan for said. minor
sad by attachment; that aummona' ad hot bo granted.. JOHNSTON OARRBTT... or
renpondendum was Issued agalnatCap- WITNKB8 my name, aa County Judge Attorneys for said Uuardlan.. 4-fct t .t
tam. n William Lyn. alto known a; of Oaceola County, Florida, at Klailnf \\ Lyng."" the defendant In mild me., together with the Seal of my office NOTICH OP APPLICATION FOR TAX
but returned by the Sheriff. of. this the Stth day of Deoemlx r. A. iiieKn.. .
onceola County un..rvd., the defendant I>. IDIl.\ T. U CHJMRR. NOTICE is ificiiKUY QIVKN.: That Ahead
being out of the'State of Florida; County Judge of Oaceola County Arthur Krause, purchaser of Tax Certificate
that said Writ of Attachment haabeon -lt Florida No 21111. dated the 11th day of
levied by mild Sheriff on the following June, A. D 111 has filed said certificate
.l.dcrll.ed' Heal Estate belonging to In Circuit Court, 17th Judicial CI'-cult.: In my office, and has made application -
tmld defendant altuate, IyFloridag beinir In and for Oacoola County, Florida. In for tax deed to issue In accordance '
inOsceola County to. Chancery. James It Nale and HannahM. with law. Said eertlflfyite embraces LAST Spring a total of 350 JXO people were diaappointed in

"It i : Nale, his wife Complainants, Versus the) following described property being able to obtain deliveries of Ford Cart and Trucks f'
quarter (BWU) of ,
The southwest Henry Bnellgrove, et al. Respondents* situated In Osoeola County, Florida
the northeast 'quarter (NBI\%) and Kill to Quiet Title: Order of Publication to-wit: as orders were placed faster thane cars could be produced. .
the weat half quarter. of Section 7. Town- Hnell grove, If living and If dead. all Park. The demand for Ford Cars and Trucks this Spring will accord ,
1* vast, containing
Hhlp M south Range partita claiming Interests under Henry The said land being assessed at the -
110 acrea. I I Hne.llsrove. deceased or otherwise In date of the Issuance of said certificateIn ing to all indications, be far greater than last Springi .
levied upon aa the property of Captain the property In the Bill of Complaintand the name of Unknown. Unless said

William !..>'UK, the defendant In the hereinafter described: Nina F. certificate shall be redeemed accordingto Winter buying has been increasing at a greater rate than ever ,
*Love cause: Hnellitrove, If living"" and If dead all law tax deed will Issue thereon on '
Now thprefore.;' you. the aald Cap- parties claiming Interest under Nina the 11th day of February. A. D 114 before. .
t..ln'llIlam Lynn. also known a. F Hnellirrnve deceased or otherwiseIn J. L. OVBRSTRKBT
peraonn Intereated. are hereby required plaint. and hereinafter described. : DrHcruarits. Oiiceola County, Florida.Circuit .
to personally be and appear to N. If living, and If dead all ( Court Seal totaled 308,170 Ford Cars and Trucks, an t
rmld action at the Court House In the nartlea <'lalmlng"" interests under Dr. H B-tt By 8. H. Bullock, D. C. ".
<"lty of Klaalmmee, Oaceola, County HcruKK", deceased or otherwise In the, increase of 1,961 a day over, a year ago. .
riorliJn. on the Hulo nay In March. A. properly In the 11(11 of Complaint ariTT NOTICE TO C''tEIUTonliI. '
li. 1UJ4. that belnu Monday the Ird hereinafter described KllsabethHcrugKS. Csmrt of She Coast .......... Osroela Over 20O.OOO people have already ordered Ford products on
of the aald- .. mdor..autlred If living and If dead all |>artlea 'o.s/y. Mate at Klerlda.Jn .
wily l bo entered. against you by. claiming Intervals under Elisabeth le Estate of Oliver I'. Taw. our purchase plan, the majority of whom will take delivery in
thla cauae will procw.rao. HcruKun. dcceaaid, or otherwise In the deceased 1
l by Inw and the Ilulea of l property, In the Hill of Complaint and To all{ Creditors. legatees, Distributee* the Spring.
tine of thla Court. hereinafter described; H J. Hcruurnii. and all. Persona having Claim or
WITN13HH J.. I.. Ovemtroet Clerk of living and If lend. all parties clnlmlnirInteriKta \ IVmamla nitMlnal said. instate: The above facts are given with the suggestion that you list your
the Ouunty Court of Onceole County. under, H J. Strutters, deceased. You .spit each of you. arc hereby notified order with Ford dealer if contemplate the
lorlda.. on this aOth day of November.A or otherwise In the property In the Hill and required to present any promptly a you purchase
1) 1DZI J OVKRSTHKKT. of Complaint and hereinafter desrrlh claims and demandH which you or of a Ford Car or Truck for use this Spring or Summer and
Clerk County Cowl In and for .d. and the heirs. deInees, grantees.or cither. of vou. may have against the
nreola County Florida other. ,'nlnmnts under Anton l"l">- .'Htate of Culver, P. Taw deceased. late .wish to avoid delay in delivery. ,
' (fn it. Meal peon> n.. .r, .',.<.i aaed In the follow,\'init I : "IfacrlUrd of Kfaslmmee. Osccola County Florida .
KELLY MUTTON property to-wlt: to the undcrslirned Executrix ol
\ltiii)'a for I'lalntur 52rU.I.o' '31 "'.018 Thirteen ,,(1I. Fourteen 110. maid estate, within two year from the .
Fifteen. (15) and Sixteen;. (10)1 of date hereof -
>..- '-.U.I.--C.ATU.. FOIL TAX Illnrk Two Hundred and Dated January 1Mb. A. 1>. 1021. ; ftcr(6Ao/
IlKKIt.NOTjrn (1110)) of the Town of Ht Cloud MINNA J. L. TAW ;
18 HKHKHT GIVEN That Osceola' C'ountv. Florida. acrordlng <-8t Executrix.
luivld Jinnlnira. purchaser of Tux Certincate to the Hc-mlnole lAnd and Invent( _. Detroit, MichiganYou
) N.... 414. 411. 41N. 411. 414. 437. merit Company's (Incorporated)
Ott C46 dated the Ith day of June A Plat of the said Town filed andrecorded .
1 1. 192 I, ha. flied said certificate In my In the office of the Clerk
.ifrtce and has mad application for lax of the Circuit Court of Osceola "My Baby Was need not pay cash for your car. You can airaafe to make a small deposit ;
deed l l to Issue In accordance with law County. slate of Florida on the down, uklnf care ol the balance; in easy payment Or you can buy on tbe ,
said oertlflcatea embrace the following Hat day of August. A. D. 190S! In Ford Weekly Purchase Plan. This put you on the preswied order "
described property situated In Oaoeola Plat Hook "B" Pages II and 34" Nervous And met and lacuna delivery oi your car at a tin n be)demr mined by youn IL. .
county. Florida to-wlt Tou. and each of you, are hereby commanded
M. tl. 110. in Section lit lAta 1. the I
lx>< and required to appear on
**. 11. in Section: 1*. all of Mid less Ird day of March A. D. lilt same Very Fretful"A I
t.lnir In Town.hlp Jl Mouth. H nireVi. being: the Rules day In March. 1.14)
Kast. and being according to Com-the to the Dill of COMpl..lntled\ In this. See the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer
X, mlnole and and Investment cauae.Wltneae.
f" Subdivision of said Section the Honorable C. O Andrew. A and fretful child I. a
iZtu IS II In Block I -of St. at Cloud.the .. .. Judge of the above. Court. ore trial to the tired another, who
The said lota being ef aald cerlin- and my name aa Clerk thereof and the often I* at a loss to discover the
of the Issuance ofDecember. 4
28th day
official seal thereof thla
cafes In the names 'unknown. cause of the little one's distress. '
respectively. V R. .. :. W H. IXxIdrldKe. A. D. 1022. But babies have nerves Just like

) R. Derham Foster Newton. >. IMumely. Unknown and hall. 1)1 lion Rv R H. Bullock, D. C. their feelings br erring. In each aald certlflcatea t be will Krunnn A KTEKH. case a dose or two of Teethlna willuaually
according to law. tax deed Complainants 4-" ,
Solicitors for soothe the frettingchild
txiiue thereon on the ZUh day of Janu- and to varieties suitable for the land to bo ..
and brine quietness peace
al\. A. D 1021. In Circuit Court for the ITth'judlclal household.Mrs. planted has resulted in .failure. Get
J. U OVBIWTRRKT.Clerk Circuit of State of Florida In and for the .. the beat advice varieties to STOP LOOK READ-BEFORE YOU WEEP!
Circuit Court. nsteola County. In Chancery I.ulaU J. M. Butler, of Ollmer T. regarding ,
Oareola County Florida l Daniel complainant vs J. S. Uan- .., 'writ**: "I have four little on... plant and care for the vineyard properly Just received a car of choice Timothy Hay anda p of Circuit Court) lel respondent Divorce. Order flI> and used Teethlna with all of them. -success will then be compara-
J.M. By H II.-Bullock-- U C. .Publication. THIS!: 8TATK OF FKOIIIPA When baby la fretful and nervous' Ifive tively easy. car of the Happy Feed line and Red Comb line
-- TO: J. B. Daniel Capron. Virginia doe and It quiet her I
her a
VTllOF MADTKtfM In five or six years from n&w. it of Feeds.
commanded and required to of Seed
given that purmi You are nerve. and she 1 la soon laughingand a shipment Potatoes.
la hereby finest
appear to Mil In above cause on the may be that the very grapes

.i to day a. of Final November Decree l entered A. U 11123.on the In 4ih day the of Honorable February C A.O.1>.Andrews.1024. \VITNFHH n.- plsylraj"Tee4hlna contain no opiate or for all of Florida will be propgated. These feeds are the best money can buy-and fOur ,

tin. case of H. N>'. Morrow a.Inanne Comllilnnnl I Judge of above Court and the enl of other narcotic and can be safely In the meantime, our present varieties we want you to just try them out and be convinced.
\ (. v... 11. U Maklnaon an slil Court l.t Klaalnnnee' Oarrola given to the youngest child. are as fine as anw commerciallyknown.

\.. .."n.. II Maklnaon.Alice H ..Maklnaon.a guardian. hise oi (County Florida thin the ISth duy of, Teethlna la cold; by all drugglatej. They are very profitably prices are always the lowest. We both save ,

II Ito" U Maklnaon an insane person. .anaK December A. n Uf.VBK8TRIfRT! or lend lOc to the Moffett. Laboratories produced in Florida and it is to be when cash.
/'I. Floyd, aa Itespondenta now pn lInic A. Clerk of above Court.. Columbus, Oa., for a package hoped that thousands of acres will be i money you pay

M.J.III, In the Judicial 4'lrcult Circuit Court of of the the Stele Seven-of (Ct Ct. Real) 4-Gt and a free booklet about babies. planted within the next few years. CASH FEED COMPANY +

I Florida. In and for UaceoU County, In -NOTI-I- oF APPLICATION Foil SENATOR TRAMMKLL'S' I PHONE 12
will offer' for sale and
-hincory I Hand TAX UI<:EnNOTII"E 1 Without sufficient water the hen can a
.II at public outcry for cash In That WOULD SPEED UP CLAIMS -
bidder at the front 1H I1BHKI1T do nothing with her feed no matter
to the highest of Tar C rtlnrate -- I
door of the. Court Florida House ,In during Kls.lnmre.1)aMola the, W J. 'Barberpurchaser No. 2021. dated the Ird day of Senator Park Trammell introduced how good it maybe.Evidence. -- .- . t

County.of aale on the first Monday June. A. D. 1916., baa filed said certinoate in the Senate last ''week a blithe
legal hours the' 4th .day *' In ray office, and haa made application is to the I
of which
being expedite
In).I'ebruary.' February, n 1111. the .following described wlth-law.for tax deed; Bald to carlifloatsem-Issue In accordance . purpose settlement of claims against public I : :":

property, to-wltl; of the brace the folowlng rteserfbed property carriers. Cole Black had fallen afoul of the MSS CONSTRUCTIONCOMP )!I :
Southwest The Southeast quarter of Section 1. In situated In Oaceola County. Florl' Senator Trammell' bill providesthat law conference and was with having his attorney.'preliminary , ,

Township IS South Range 1> East "l-ouTl'l : all claims against" for '
and It Qllchrlst. "Can alibrt" asked.
HeKlnnlne at the Southwest corner you prove an CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
of the Southwest quarter of Tha aald land being assessed at the loss, damage or overcharge on Inter- the latter.
quarter of Section date of the Issuance of said certificateIn state shipments shall be settled within "
the Southwest which boss tot
of A. E. Donegan Unlessaald -saya WOOD BRICK STONE
7, In Township I' Mouth. Rana I* the certificate name ahall .... according ninety days from the date such "Alibi. Can where ,
elo you prove you
Kast. run North 4110 feet. East law tax deeddwill issue 'claim is filed and that a failure to STEEL STUCCO
feels South 410 feet Weat 110 feetto the place of beginning con- thereon on the 4th day of February, I made such settlement within the time mittedf"Lawdy N. F. BASS JACK BASS

taming acrea more or leaa;. A. 1>. 1924. J. L. OVER8TREKT. I prescribed gives the claimant right of what Ah-4 822
of the Clerk Circuit Court.Oaceola boss dat's jes' Royal Street 616 Sproula Avenue
Th. Northeast quarter County, Florida.Circuit legal action and the courts jurisdiction "
Northwest quarter of Hectlon 1* In sheered dey's gwine to do! -Ex.
Township It Bouth. Range It Kait. ( Court Seal) to tri< and determine such action.It .
corner 4-St By 8. H. Bullock, D C. . .
Beginning at the Northwest also provides that where delay is -- - ---- -

of 8."tlOII In Township South ItSouth. B In County Judge'a Court. Oaceola experienced and legal action is resorted "- -.--
Range I' East run
East 10 chains. Mouth fichains. County. Florida. In the Matter of the to that interest at the rate of
Kast 10 chains. North 10 Estate of Richard W. Culllaon. deceased twenty-five per cent per annum shall '
Citation for Letters of Administration Plant
chains.beginning West 10 containing chains to the It acres.more placeof TO ALL WHOM IT MAY be added to the principal sum together Truck Crops Early

or less.beglnntng CONCERN: Notice la hereby given with a reasonable attorney's .
at point U. fart that the undersigned will on.tbe llth

South 1-ot 1 of In the Section Northeast II Town.hlp corner IS of day the Honorable of February T. A.U U Comer 1(14 as apply Judge",to fee.Section two of Senator Trammell's Canco Smudge Pots Keep Them Safe From Frost
office In the
South Range SI Raat. run West of the) above Court. at his bill provides that claimants may ,

*10 fret South 1C* feel East S10 Courthouse Administration Klsslmmee. bonl.for bring suit against the initial carrier, ,

feet thence North along the eeelion Letter. of the estate of Richard W. the delivering carrier or any other Get high prices markets
line If* feet, to the place of non upon of on early by planting two
Culllaon deceased Thla the Ith day carrier patieipating in the movements
beginning containing K acres more three weeks
or This
sooner. real
or I.... January A. D 1.I4. of express or freight. : means profit and

Beginning at the Northeast corner Johnston Onrrett I. B DIBFENDORF.Applicant This measure is along the same less risk because you can have your crop picked before

of IB lot Bouth.1 In Range Section IS Kaat II To..nIIhlp and- Counsel for applicant. 6-4tc lines as the Trammell Claims Law of the late rains.. ;

run along the Section Hie. W."tRI" Florida which Senator Trammell succeeded II

feat South M' feet. Kaat the Section 810feet In. County Florida.;Judge'a In the Court.Matter Oaceola of the County. Estate -- in having passed in his .home Canco Smudge Pots eliminate the frost hazard '

line thence I((North feet to along the place of of Amanda Letters Culllaon.of Administration.TO deceased Citation . state while a member of the state which has caused you to sell with the crowd or take

beginning., containing 6 acrea.more for senate. '
less.Beginning ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN big chances.
or Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
the Southeast cor- FROM
ner of Section II In Township IS will on the tnd day Honorable of February 100 of these heaters to an acre bring full -
the protection
A. IX 4114, ap
South. Range IIr East said cornerbeing Judge of the above is seffmited .that Jtwill require against cold
101 link. South of the Northwest T. I* Comer, aa snaps raising the temperature above
court at his office In the Courthouse.Klsalmmoe. over 50,000 acres planted in in
II In Township grapes
of Section the
corner danger point. They are to
It. South Range" It Bast .. FlorIda. for letters of Administration Florida to supply the markets of the easy operate, simple in

above mentioned) Run West 70 of Amanda de bonla Culllaon.non upon deoeaaedThla the estate -. north during the months before other construction, easily stored and with proper care last

yard., North TO yards East TO of December, A. D. of the for years. $52 an acre buys this frost
yard.. South TO yarda to the placeof the UIt! day sections country begin ship protection. Oil is

beginning, containing 1 acre, Johnston 111. & Oarrett.I. E. DIEFENDORF.!: ApplicantCounael ping. This is figured on the basis of easily obtained at low cost. ,

more or less. for Applicant. I-4t 20 pounds per vine, 550 vines per
This sale to be made subject to the
II-It Cltrua fruit crop now on the acre.There Consider your past experience. What would you .

trees. a and owned by the Re.pond.nt.H. I To Ing.Marsh Mahala Bodkey.Wlgglna"" Elisabeth Annie. Barnes Hard- ii less than 2000 acres at have made if you could have saved your crop those ;
Floyd. planted in the state however
Dated this 15th day of December A. KlefTer.George Kleffer.Bennie' Jacob Kleffer.Kleffer.Lula Felix Dar hundred present of acres will be set this yearswhen/ vegetables were hard to get at any price? :

4 I>-51. mi Special! ELLIS Master F.In DAVIS.above oseii vies, Iva Wheaton Leo Wheaton, year. Add to that the better prices, year after year, that you

1,1111 Harvey Wheaton Wheaton Lasell Media Wheaton Wheaton, Only after we have planted 50,000 could have realized had you sold your fruit on the early '
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OI.A COUNTY, Fi.oHinA. Mra Minnie Goforth Mrs. Mary acres, need we bother ourselves about market.In .
In Re: Estate of James Cayanaajh.Peceaaed Wllllama, Alice Linn Hazel Linn. competition with other states.
William Linn Charles Linn Mra Vineyards all over the state show r
Oma Bhlnpaugh Mra Jennie Mc.'hort..r. these figures is absolute proof of the extra profits
CITATIONTo \\ Mr*. l.ela Wright Hershel yields of from one to three or four that Canco Smudge Pots can make for -
Henry Cavanafh .
Knoaburgh: Falia, Vermont. Thompson 110I... W-ylene Barnes. tons of delicious bunch grapes per 1
Vern Dyer Alvin Cavanagh"" acre from bearing vines and very =
Lee Hunt. Lowell Hunt and Cheater -" > coupon will \ bring complete information
Fairfield Connecticut.Mra few have sold their crops for less concerning -
Hun and all other Interested
: C. A. Bowen. Dr Canco
III Garfield Ave.) In Tote It, 16 and 17 In than 20 cents per pound Smudge Pots. It'places you under no ob-
Glendale California. Block 74. and Lots 10 and 11 In Five hundred dollars per acre upwards' .I 111 -----!... ligation. Fill it in and mail it. t
Block II* of the City of St. Cloud '"
Mrs. Llnnle C. Wlnla ,'. hat been 'returned aa reward
(Admiral Apt. No. CAR. 10. Foster Florida
Avenue) Chicago IKInota. You and each of you will please) take I for thos who took care of their vineyards -
Irving Johnson, notice that petition has been filed In sensibly. }
Mount Washington Road. this Court by W. B. Crawford. Admin. It is.absolutely essential if successis SKINNER COU"ON #

)1111. Johnaon Bprlnga,. Colorado. that istrator.he be praying allowed an to order take of poaaeaalonof this Court to attend ivtlculture, that all plants .kln.Ou..I"..... M.ehln." ee"'....."..'

.'Mount Washington Road. the real estate hereinbefore deacrl set be true to name and that they be MACHINERY / F/aNda. r w( s

Colorado 8 rtnc., Colorado> ed, and all persona Interested named and required all other to. property grown-not over fertilised I ba. .. .....:.........a_ r.:
Bishop Irving P."Johnaon. Guardian of persona nor forced. Well rooted "
In this Court on February Kth one-year < .1'
Irving Johnson and Everett Johnson appear
MSI1 Mount Washington Road). 19., and show oau... If any there be plants are best to set. Older plantsrarely 'COMPANYDistributors .!.....,,-....' at' ......,.......; l
Colorado Springe.. Colorado _' why said petition abould not be grant- make thrifty vines. a. .
Charlea-Cavanagh. (address unknown). ... .I Plants grown in Florida, have proven .. DUNEDItT'l1"I:: "' tad WOGIC Ilk. (IaIUea) '
AND 'J'o ALL OTHER PBRSON8 IN. Done and Ordered at Klaalmmee. : ..'i.'A,11'A.uRDA.. (deatntloa) f/II J'OUI'ea- "
"l'IIIRIIIM'EO: IN THE HEREINAFTER Florida,' this January.'10. 114 superior those snipped into the ....;.-:119. ."'.. alD'tro PoW.. I ............
DESCRIBED REAL KSTATB. (8IDALl .I.,.CONICR.:.. . .state..,_Tb.,sooner plants set .1. -- .&MI lbat UaIa ... Mt......... ,
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NO'J'II ID Ie''hereby ftv.lf t"'J'OU" :: after coming, from betterTPlsatt.shlppedtllaliyt I < w WAF. I Ati
(opt yes. that W. O. XJag. idrnlnlatrator -, It.UO''''':'. '''-O''fJ': '.( .Ft-p''', nor distances ) .Io-Qt. Size: "_ -, for.' __ ,1'' .. .

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1 S Wednesday to Saturday. January 23 to 26 1924


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I : I' An Exhibition of the Variety of Agricultural and Horticultural Prcducts of Which Osceola County Can Boast


4 ,1' Lunches and Drinks on the Grounds All Kinds of Amusements for the Kiddies. {I

BAND MUSIC EVERYDAY by the St. Cloud Band and Kissimmee Ccncert Band



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NOTE( :---Have your exhibits in by Tuesday. See Roy( A. Wells fur .agricultural (exhibits and Miss Tliehna Woodall 1 for '1'.

women's department exhibits; and( County .\gcnt J. R Gunn regardinjexhibits, < If 1 for inibrination. .

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'ake. the dimensions ..f \\ hi, h corresponded UK.II;I :SCHOOL; I'M'KK; I county product. Exhibits mUlt..b'delivered .
r[ SOCIETY'S' REALM I to 1\ lai-Re: hat: bnwhuh.. \ KI.KCTS: : :NKSTAII": : I POSSIBLE ENTRIES FOR THE COUNTY FAIR to the Fair building in St.

I in/ reality, it was. This l box \\11', decorated --. -- 1 Cloud on Monday, January 21, In order
-.i i llnu.l 1 Ir.nn i 1 p.i >
I l JI wide pink and white, paper' toresf'mble I livenflice.i, since the pIpe\ via- staited that they ran be properly. placed

; i i, OCTOGENARIAN I were fifty 1 'Iiost lighted t mjf.'antileIn" (On) the tenter top .I .1 yea i ntro. They 1 hull i. blvll faith 1 ('ountA ; cnt (;UI1I1 Jives; ; Below The Classes In \l1ichI January and arranged 23. by the opening., day,
ful \\orkcis fur the jrood i of I the shill
'l' I BIRTHDAY I / ) DINNKR of t< p lirllij? a bund of valley lilies.Mi [fund Us paper and, have set n jjfioilMnndiiid I Exhibits May IJe Mntcrcd; ; All Entries Should Be At Notify one of the following about .'
: James Shirk of I --. I II)) I-'Wainier!: ) the honoredKueit entries A. J.
Marysville. Ohio for the werreding" staff t"follow. 'I I I your : Geiger, V. M. Hill,
t. hut a winter resident of; Kishimmee i, und, really beloved. teacher, Exhibit: Huildinu Not Later Than Tuesday G. O. Rickets, M. O. Hood, Roy WellS '.
l: for the last fifteen yearn, was the i blew "lit "the oodles and the rake l. I Fred, I upfer, in addition, to his guest of honor at a !birthday dinner Iuhoh j I I was "cut.' On) 'lemovinjr: the. lid, lie in this) line, i w president nf t heenior i LI" >, :No 1 IteM" uvliv! iduiil farm eitrus fruits grown and l exhibited by R. Seymour, or County Agent J. K.
'held ..,
the c.indles 1.
last Tuesday on the occasion of his in class and, 1 of Lanier" l.iteini'Society \ ixlnbit.) { CliisNo.: :J!: Corn : lluhel one individual: Best box each I Gunn. For women's exhibits from
i .eijfhty-secoiid kiithituy anniversary. ions a small. pot of Ido'imiiiftr hyacinth ,' was treasurer of his rla( '/I'if (loin. nyaliety, TO; e-n will beIcniixidiM'cd variety: Best strap lemons oranges each variety I Kissimmee see Miss Tht'lmAVooJaI! ,
Mr. and 1111'''. B. (J. Smith at whoso and some thirty Miinll/ pa kali's." II' last: year an.I! played football >I.xniye.ii ; , 'II bushel: ure-pei-tne of : Best strap limes, ( Phone 115.TAJII'A .
I home 11 I r. Shirk liven, the dinnerat their attendant ands, ra.h pnckufreim 'a..h'al'it'ty :
rave :Miss vice of of small earedpinlillf
< )liriinsou is per-| : "i/e e.'ii : III) ills: Itest strap tangerines Best
their residence.A ( expression of jroodKlie* and detit of I the cla-s l and ,,, I 1O I of ; : strap FAIR TO BEfiRKATKST
seiimr +r was oirof corn an') variety) : 1'111' Mandarins: Best box grapefruit,
birthday' cake contained eijjhtytwo tender affect n. The whole a(fair the itinnafrer) of this yeal's" )ugh' Inge-t,:,,uel ion), acv randy : :Single : Best box langalos Best anyvariety six IN SOt'TIICnnllnoil
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candles.The was very beautiful. I.ate1) le'resli ,
hoot ,'alnl\!. tuf of coin, :any \aiieiy.' j quarts kumquats )Best six f ..
(guests who enjoyed l the lio"pitxlity inenttiawbei' lies, \\hijined i rrani ; I | .; quart .. from Pair On fts
I -- -- -- (Class, :N'i ; i I"I !li-lf IM-I, .1 t K |pl-de'Itsm Imske of nsl! I tun-h C'.ver- :n Je" (
I'' of :Mr. unit Mrs. Smith, and and h(.t coffee, wereerved.1. 1'wentt- ( O1TEElEU: TO pivr eyg fur-sel-s titil Ayjhircr. -

,. who felicitated the octojfennrian, were I live |,"Ut',18"I't.. presentthus" IIH''k-/) / (; ET1: oln;> si\ATruis;: : I Clais hull ::>'iiiy{.. flint 1 ]M. JIopKir.s, Robert Kowhothnm [,"'0)I ) ed another. happy event I InIr": '1 Is J ; \Lynch hoe b.-i- -f flue \h. r.el a
iier's I Hest I 10(I ill." ( :am. (I. ;anil I other i/(nn. Pe-f, h,.nana plant in fruit; i mules! are also to be (In the livestix
Robinson ten of service : J
I David W. teacher
) Thomas
Benryj years a< | . rIl-
I i I. unllun.ii'- | "n Ii .ui p.m.1 1 11 l ,[ varieties : Hest! !1"i> -t' '! .lapa1 ,'-e IVs'i s .how
of I his class.HASKKT of pinonpp'es fair 1 n" w-Hl as several he'di
j Barnes, and J. II. Stunt of Valdosta, 'of money which will be available I the ( : nrmP"h
.. | cane: J 1'cst: Id stalks urcluiin< : Mcst He -f exhibit of (Die gouts.Directors .
Georgia. - .derided, be theonly oapnya or more)
I jhuildinirx upon seem
I'ICMC VI' I feasible exhibit prop from any variety c-me.; le.! .t exhibit, of loquats: Best of the fair have decklH
H THE (JKAYSTONK HOTEL i ones. ,4 qualm| prikv: . Jin exhibt: : Real, ex 'f of exhlb-I that the first item '
BIRTHDAY PARTY According the plans the high, > I hibit persimmons ((12 or more) : on the program of
J I fiom sorthum, 4 quarts. make! un exhibit of strawberries, crate lte tevh'bit ,providing additional
r FOR MRS WAGNER The school building will be erected, at the exhibit. ; permanent' buildings -
-I Pursuant to the call of Mrs. G. W. Christian congregation church will of gather the at First the corner of Beaumont and Sumner Class! No. ii: Legumes.' Best exhibit of strawberries, quart: Best for the fair plant next year is
exhibit of to be
: r Tenons, president of the streets, diagonal from.the Osceola strawberries King's Graystonetotl'l/ pUntxhi
next Wedl1l'Idaynight peck, velvet bean
cowpeas CI/'Iu' modern
No. 10 show
House : Null. finer and other feature
and the
Daughters* of the Methodist church, for primary building on
a "Get-Toiretlier" meeting, bonus, or other'lcjfume
S ,i ic ,the, class (gathered in the Person and for election of officers the ,nil-sent, primary school ground: soy l pecans; paper shell (2quarts or When this )..r'* bulletin. program
'' streeti" ,,' ' ,'' , -VJnss/No,4.l"' ..tt1BeeProduets.;, ';i.d1l'Jlltqual't' morels) : Beet T exhibit other was under discussion
c ;:< ;Vhome Tuesday afternoon presumably Every,; family is. requested to bringa pn Church' : 1".J [: _*+'ri')1'RIST < or pecans by the board
i to transact same special business basket honey: Best display honey then pnner shell/ : Best exhibit any Mr. Benjamin held back to'enable the
t pertaIning to the "
supper Graystono dining in comb: Beet bees other .. board ,
to the church. When the room, and will lie display' wax ((3 nuts.Clasa to provide other urgently needed
guests had arrived business began promptly supper eaten SOCIALThere pound ). No. 11 : Meat product Boat structures, and in recognition of
;atoven I Follow .
and was uirkly| dispatched with un- I brig( supper the burin,.- meeting>; will will, be. a! social tonight <(< Friday Class :No.: is I'ot IIloc.,. Best peck, ;nrle ham, -:!(0 pounds or over: Best his action the board promised Mr.
4 I iisal zest, and then, behold, the be held, at which there will 1 h,. ,ele.'ted nil varieties I I fill I t , and the !5
: pf \'uri"tl"1( \ ) I Ia I Irish pounds lard, home made: Best sin- modern livestock building
purpose the meeting. church officers and : (rest potato equal t-
) trustee
rt'al// public in general, at the Kpiscopn: )
r /+ : Mrs. and sweet. irle strip bacon, home cured Best any in the south'
J. Wade Tucker, who J piactiee will be held at the church ,il'arish (lIou..... Mothers' Club will be : : which is to be built
y ".1 I/j : really master of ceremonies I'rou' I tI immediately i fter adjournment at the I hostess.. )':very one cordially mvited. ('li-s :No.; K : Miscellaneous.' : Hut exhibit salt pork: Best exhibit sausage in ample time for the 1925 fair.
; into the assembly a huge birthday the (;raysIOIII!. ,I. half ,peck i.nions, all viiietie! : Bra home made ((5 pounds.)
I .hnlf Class No. 12: Poultry. Beat exhibit -
peck string l.cuns. varieties'rti't IMir.KI ATCHAMBER
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) half peck lima banns in p a /W v.. . ( (fieent' : liesi half "perk okra, : lies: I( rock, each variety: Best hen, eachi
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t *lWalW /V-% /l/W half 'peek KiiKlixh: pelts, green, in pod': I i I'.I l bleed: Best cockerel, each breed: in Continued. morn Pair On.*
t Best half perk peppers, sweat and U.t pullet, each breed: Best Kisaimmfe as he ever was in the
each breed (four hens and pen'j days of Biblical times. There is
hot : (test half perk xpinacV Rest nix a ( ) more
r I ; heads cabbage. : Beet six i heads (Cauliflower Class l No. 13: : Women's Department. inv in the world than sadness, more
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r I :: Hest six --tMlk\ celery, : |lest! Prize ribbons will be offered I!,light I than darkness, more sunshine
y : six 'stalk rhuliiird; \ : Best sx; liunrhespaisley on all kinds of embroidery, crochet i j than cloud and rain there are morepeople
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; ; YOUR FINANCIAL AFFAIRS : Ue' t six buncbes radisbes : work, tatting, drawn work, quilts, I Ii I who ran see than there are of
r I '. I IJeht fix heads lettuce: Best six let- i tugs. tapestries and door panels, the blind. The world is steadily lfet-
'. I tuee plants, culled,! leaf: Best six bnsVetry, bend work, stenciling. 'tinf( better"TEACHERS'
Class l No. 1-&. Culinary .
bunches onions, preen: Best dozen Department.1'ribc I
I .<|Ua-h, yellow: Hest dozen squash'| II ribbons will be offered for best EXAMINATIONNotice \
{ hits : Best dozen I led beets, table] : exhibit of bread biscuits and rolls, .
I I",.". dozen turnips, purple top : Hest. cakes. pies candies, canned goods is hJ'f'hyrh/ ,." that. the
Ii When placed in charge of this Bank ,' tuinips, white: He't dozen ru- '! I" (' ."rvell. jellies, marmalades, pickles State Uniform Teachers' Examination
i will be in care of an > {as: B..t t dozen: parsnips: Best. relishes, butter for all grades of teachers' certificate
institution that has the resources, the experience, the facilities i do/.en carrots: Best dozen cuoumbeis: |i Class No. 15: Wood work and nov- will he held at the Court House, Kissimmee. -
and the earnest desire to be of nest dozen red. tomatoes : Best dozen I ,.lli,.... Prize ribbons will be offered Florida, beginning at 8:30::) R. .iI
every possible I tomatoes. any other' variety: Best i i; for best exhibit in various articles m. on Thursday, February 7th. 1924
service. dozen tomatoes, green for shipping: : in this class. All persons desiring to take the expminatioi .
nest and largest. watermelon Hest are requested to send in .
I : Any article not listed above
f I 1' 'I, We are in a position to handle (lozen ejrirpNnt, : Best half peck rice: be entered! in the class under which may: their names at once to the county superintendent -
u conveniently yourmatters 1 Best half peck oats it will, properly come. Every exhibit for enrollment blanks. I

', ..' such as deeds, notes bonds( etc., left in trust as I C'lasn>> l No. 1)): fruits Host exhibit to be entered must be an Osceola C-3t Co. C. E. YOWELL
Supt. Pub. Instruction.
j j f" .\\ collections or escrow matters. I I
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*t I fe'* that is complete in every way. Monroe Thomas GARAGE E '

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per cent paid!1 on save 18 Emmett Street
e: ings accounts, interest compounded
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