Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Full Citation
Permanent Link:
 Material Information
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 25, 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)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01152
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text

JJJj I/fit, ,*r

I i. : k ...

:,riLij;4. 4':+:
: : : :ciriE :

.,..+ + <- ..oO> oO> + ,

. Aa4 OSCEOLA JOURNAL Coai.lidat.JJawi11.1I1S. :

K.-; "....... '1IIe.-..,. 11II .I C.._ ..'" ...-". I" J8 T. .
..._.a. CoI._.... 1iIe..I..u.t lht.( O_" ,.a ... ""..._-.- ............ KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, .FRIDAY JANUARY' 25, .1924 VOL. XXV-No. 7




Various Department Getting UnderWay OSCEOLA COUNTY EXHIBITS AT THE FAIR Baboon Think There I* Plenty. Of NEXT THURSDAY

For "Cupid'. Cabaret" By The Material In State Without Need
____.. 1_ _
Business And Professional Club Of Importation Of Executive

Pupils Refused Admittance ., Annual Event Opened Wednesday Morning And Club First Day Will Be Military

Because Of Overcrowded The eighth of February is not a House Has Been Crowded Each Day With Enthuiasts Roger W. Babson eminent financial Day And Will BeFeaturedBy
great way off. That 1 Ie the date set statistlcan! in a published interviewin
Condition Of RoomsThis for the opening of the Business and Who Are Astounded At Variety of Products Shown the Tampa Tribune on the reported Monster .Sh'am' Battle

Professional Women's cabaret which -- effort to employ either Herbert Hoover .

week It -has actually been necessary has been named in honor of the little "I did not know all these things' .pear tomatoes, Roselle watermelons, or' himself" to solve the present orange 'Schedule of special days arranged

to refuse admittance to the fat rascal who generally II picturedI could be in Osceola county." and cassava, dried field corn and and grapefruit marketing,situation for! the South Florida Fair and Gasparilla '.
is I his blrthdav clothes and that the Florida Citrus Exchange .
Klssimmee schools because there sporting That was the prevailing sentiment green!' corn, sugar cane and Napier says Carnival has been announced
no place to put them. This startlingand a bow and quiver of arrows. However expressed over and over again Wednesday grass. ; "has men fully qualified for by P. T. Strieder general manager of

serious fact was brought out yesterday this 'isn't about costumes, it's at the opening day of the Os Of the tropical and semi-tropical the task, and'with proper backing' the greatest exposition in the south'

at the. regular meeting of the about the plans for the cabaret. ceola County Fair at the Tourist Club exhibits there are papayas cocoanut I they will make'gcod."Please and every assurance Is given that,tha,
Chamber of Commerce by Howard The location of "Cupid's Cabaret thank' the growers of the programs for these
House in the Saint Cloud city park. trees, showing the stalk growing special days, as
of the county which is set for Friday night preceding state, Mr. Babson further telegraphed well the
M. Katz. chairman And the array of fruits and vegetable from the nut itself, pineapples, guaVas as general entertainment
board of public instruction. All of the day some people send valentines products displayed is a sight avacadoes or alligator pears ed Tribune. "for their confidencein program for the entire fair, will afford .
have been severely taxed is being' kept a deep and dark me, but tell them that all they amusement instruction
.. the rooms worth seeing. Even the old timers Cavendish lady finger and horse ba- and en
'for some time. but the new pupils secret. The sponsors of the place however expressed surprise at seme of the ftanas. Strawberries are exhibited need to do is to raise better fruit and tertainment for all patrons of .the

have! come in since the vacation perIod insist that it will have one and products of their county. in. fruit and on plant. In fact one has obey orders. Nether: Hoover nor I fair.

have been po many that there in" and that it will open as scheduled. The main exhibits are at the clubhouse difficulty in thinking of any product can make them do this. Of course, The "special day" schedule as an-

now no possibility of taking care of Promises are made that the festivities while an additional building that !grows which he can not see it may be necessary to change' the nounced is as' follows
of the now historical "Purple system of marketing, but this can be Thursday Jan. 31 ,
thf'm. for poultry houses the feathered ''con somewhere before him in midwinter -Military Day,
The information crystallized the Cat" were just kittens compared to tributions. A few commercial exhibits in Osceola county. told only by experimentation. One the opening day of the fair. Special
school facilities in what the titt'e archer's show will thing certain: the demand for fruit features include
discontent at are placed on the edges of the There are the other departments a military parade in
Kissimmee which has been felt for alone bring forth. No inkling: of what they parks while various organizations in showing! the handiwork of schoolchildren can be greatly stimulate and t! ore which all national I guard units in

time and which resulted in the will be has been received but it is Saint Cloud cater to the gastronomic I and the experts in food I is no ('.nn-er" of over-production o* i F.-,.'th Florida will participate and aI'

consolidation of three school district known that the committees in chargeare side-the Inllide.Twentyone I making. There are art exhibits good fruit. '- iter sham battle at the fair. .
recently in order to enable voting a having many secret meetings and different varieties of needlework' and the many other Commenting on Mr. Babson'i state I t rounds in the afternoon. r

sufficient bond' issue to build a new plans are moving along. citrus fri'it grown in Oaceola county' beautiful and useful things fashionedby ment, Business Manager C. E. Stewart Friday Feb. Children's Day All

school hou,.. and primary department The cabo.iet will be in general are on display{ while almost every the women workers. of the Florida Citrus Exchan,1 I I schools in Hillsborough county are to

building. THe) petitions, asking for charge of the finance committee vegetable) is represented. One is enthused Two booths of flowers !greet the said yesterday: I be closed! and a general invitation has

n bond election have bees! circulatedfor though the finance committee says with the oft made statementthat visitor as he enters the exhibt: hall. "It is impossible to estimate the. Loe., issued by the fair management
some time but not' enough nsme the whole works is under the commandof Osceola county Is second! to none On the left is that of the Saint Cloud I value of the advice given to the growers I I to oil children of the whole stateof

have been secured, of qualified voters the president of the club. Miss in its variety of agricultural and hor- floral gardens where beautiful cut of Florida by Mr. Babson if his I Florida to be guests of the fair on

to permit its presentation to the Helen Sawyer. The finance commit. ticultural products. Some of the exhibits flowers potted plants, palms ferns recommendations are promptly and : that day. A special program of entertainment
tee is composed of Misses Violet Bullock implicitly followed. Mr. Babson has ,.I has been
boardII. planned for the
*chool in the agricultural and horticultural and funeral!' pieces are d'splayed.' On
lay Stanford who with Law- Norma Griffin and Margaret sections which occasionedthe the right Miss Jean Caldwell exhibits put hill'finger directly on the vital: kiddies in the morning, including
Stanford. A number of other committees pont! affecting the whole matter. Why "Cho Cho" the health
in clown and
rence Tress was appointed at"t'ec'a most interest were Siberian crabapples palms variety beautiful specimen. not do what Babson recommends
of the chamber to have been organized for the bean 41 inches 'of revoluta T other attractions. The program I I. to
\\ meeting a long-the cycas or sago palm. craI -
circulate", the netition, reported that occasion. some of which are: Guinea bean which is an edible prod- I tons glory ferns pansies, hyacinths "'When of a strong and majority of the in start at 10 o'clock and will continue

he had met with considerable apathyon Publicity: Miss Rhea Pherigo uct, a huge cluster of palm seeds of violets, geraniums hardy shrubs cut growers Florida oranges into grapefruit two hours, in front of the grand
chairman Misses\! Percie Oliver, Irma I come one organizationwith stand.
the part of some people to whomhe the cocos plumosis variety two flowers and roses. A basket of roses the will '
had presented 1t for signature Holzrnan Elsie Norton and Mes- twelve hand bunches of bananas exhibited graces her booth which comes from differences to submerge personal Saturday Feb 2-Canada Day,with
and he intimated that in some cases dames .1. D. Newby Louise Vernon, on the trees, rhubarb whichis the citv hall gardens in Kissimmee and get together for the a special program at the Canadian

the feeling seemed. to be stronger and Bob .Bullock. Prog1'lu'lIi'll.! supposed to be a northern product which have been brought to their !good of'the leaders industry will as a whole the government' exhibit in the Canada
right unquestionably come
than indifference and to approach op- George. Gardner chairman, and Mrs.S. pineapples sugar cane and papayas. present profusion of beauty by Mrs. to the top and the problems of the building.
H. Bullock and Miss
sition. Four varieties of Osceola grown paper Willa. Steed I growers will be solved within our own Monday Feb. Gasparilla Daywhen .
Stanford. Refreshments: Mrs. W. shelled and 14 In another building is the "Ye Mystic Krewe of
Attorneys Ellis Davis and W. J. pecans are there I poultry ranks." Gasparil
did E. Sanderson chairman with Mesdames pound sweet potatoes.In exhibit where one finds hooded Hovdans. la" is to make its annual capture of
Steed the
spoke on question as Dr. J. II. Ross of Winter Haven,
Sam I.upfer Jr., who has d 'ne a lot I C. Buckets Willa Marguerite Steed. John R. Bronson the citrus exhibit: there are displayed black Jersey giants silver, lac- president of the Florida Citrus Exchange the city. A gorgeous parade of decorated .. f
oranges of the Valencia King', fd WVanddttes, white barred and floats and automobile, led by'
of work on the school project, and answering
a -
school trustee James M. Johnston. A. F. Fleming, Clyde Hilton George pineapple, seedling sweet, naval Lue l burT Plymouth rocks, Rhode Island from the Tribune telepraphed for his request the pirate chief and his band I. to bea
I Persons, George Steffee. Cora Wood- comment
i Rim Gong, Mediterranean sweet and neds. white Wyandottes. white buff feature of the day.
Mr. Davis asked what sort of on the reported plan to bring a
oPIoci-j il heck Nell Prevatt. and William Trip.
Temple: there are tangerines and 'and brown Leghorns buff Orpingtons Tuesday Feb.
tion wns encountered, and urged .left. Miss great organizer to Florida to solve Governor's and
Fumlshingrst!: Augusta tangeloes ponderosa lemons, villa .Anconas, black Minorcas, silver laced Farmers'
n""olllt'of everybody pulling together the citrus marketing problem, says: Day. Governor Cary A.
Winn. chairman, Miiros Helen Bass
Franca, and rough lemons, kumquats. Ilamburgs white and pearl Cochin Horde- and the .
to nut over the bond election InHle! Johnson. Anne Squire, Virginia "Nothing unusual has happened in members of his official >
for 100.000, regardless of where the Smith Estelle Persons Frances Persian and Rangpur' limes and bantams blue Andalusians Florida The present condition is the family are to be present and the,
grapefruit of the Marsh seedless! silver games. Chinese gueese, is to deliver
row buildings should be erected. Attorney Tress and Mesdames Virginia Hudnan. logical result of our disorganized Eovri a short addressat
cluster, Duncan, and Foster'blood" hite Muscovy ducks bronze tur- the fair .
Steed expressed himself! and grounds.Vv'eJ&esday
marketing was to be expected
aaT McLean W. R. Small and
of the that nothini j grapefruit and citrons. keys.? Guinea :fowl, and guinea pigs when, Feb.
being: opinion C. B. El am. Decorations: Mrs. L'lImn our output became equal to or Tourists' Day
more important faces the people of I ) Icyoreo. chairman Misses E. L. Some excellent cabbage is shown j,, are also quartered in the poultry nearly to normal requirements of consumers -with i special program arranged for

thin. community M thin time than tho !, Wenner. Lucy Buckets \V1nf red< school question. and the net>d for more curley the flat Dutch and I I are many other thine exhibited "Hundreds of times, in public -
Denning, Evelyn Garbett Leah Wil- many Thursday' Feb. 7 Shrine
Charleston Wakefield. Boston at the fair which lack of time ,
It i ii ., he said I mar- the have
buildings. a question (AX. Anne Shocklev, Almenia Leitner meetings growers been when the fair is to be largely deliver
row squash celery Brussels !sprouts. and spare prevents mentioning this
of e"eryon" getting behind it, reirnrcllon warned that this was coming. It was ed into
Wyckoff Norma Griffin, I the hands of Egypt Temple,
Kohl Rabi! Irish week. The will finish
peppers ego-plant judges probably
Of whether he favored ward inevitable with more than a bundled .
I Cornelia Lancaster .Mesdames! F.C. visiting Shrine members from the
potatoes of the Irish cobler Rose 4, their work todav, and a full list e
school whether he' hda '
buildings oV Bryan. Glemont King, M. V. Boyer, non-co-operating distributors. state and the nation, and their friends
of winners will be
and Red Bliss varieties. nigBaston., prize printed next
lo> to sell). or did not approve of tho "When Dives found himself in hell
J. R. Riblett. W. S. Graham R. A. and families. Plans now in
iceberg and black seeded Simpsonlettuce week. Tomorrow is the last day of preparation
(Continued on Eight)
specific plans of the school trult..II.Sam page
called the Snyder and F. C. Edwards have nice} displays. There are the exhibit. Exhibitors have been by Egypt Temple provide for the
Lupfer to '
Chinese cabbage, and sweet corn. '! given permission to withdraw their largest and most gorgeous illuminated -
fact that the school trustees had
nounr<>d their plans. this announce an RAINS CUT DOWN Purple top turnips, and cowhorn | entries after six o'clock tomorrow GOLF COURSE WILL the night entire pageant south. ever presented in

ment having' been made at a previous white globe' and yellow globe are night, so" the day time on Saturday is
meeting bv Mr. Johnston anti that seen. One finds there' string beans, the cnly remaining time to. see the Friday, Feb. .Tampa Day with

l before t"'w ...'p-llon should b* held the BERRYSHIPMENTS English peas, red beets, and green really wonderful exhibit of productsof BE READY TOMORROW everything arranged for the comfort
trustees hoped to the actual onions, sweet notatoes kale rhubarb., this ,versatile county of Osceola. convenience and enjoyment of the
plan for the new buildings have available carrots cauliflower,. white ic'cte! and To miss.seeing it is to lay the foundations home folka.Saturday..

for all the voters! to see. Mr. Johnston Nineteen Hundred Quarts I-red radishes, pumpkins, tomatoes!:and for future regret. Conditioning Finished And Feb. 9 Everybody's

ntrain affirmed the belief of the I Club Expects Big Season Day,, meaning just what it ..y.. The
--- -- --- --
tru"ee.* that the voters should know' Total Berry Shipments By closing day' program of free acts
before the election just what buildings Express Last Week I DISTRICT METHOPTST I NEW FIRE ENGINE IS With Many New Members arM races, etc., according to the fair

ar.. contemnlated.. lie had announced MINISTERS MEET HERE HERE AND IS TESTED .nana ement, is to equal the pro-
last week that the only feasible The continued rains of last week I After many delays, due to the ncn- I '"-' for' any of the other days of
plans the trustees and other arrival of parts for the mowing ma. the fair.
caused a marked decrease in the number Methodist Church Of KUstnunee The Large Crowds Wltnes The Testa At
chine the fair-ways the Kissim
school officials had been able to workout
of sent)
indicated the necessity of erectIng strawberry refrigerators Host At Meeting Of The Orlando The Dock AIM From' The Regular mee Golf Club's course have now
out from Kissimmee by The t
a new high' school and a new primary rains caused considerable express.wastage I District Method Minister Fire Hydrant On Wednesday. been put in very good condition and I PROGRAM I

building. strawberries aold locally the course will be opened tome rro v. SUNDAY JANUARY 27. 4 P. M.

Tho school bond election petition many which were perfectly were good for local Twenty-five Methodist ministers of Kiasimmee's new LaFrance fire enrine W. A. McCool chalrm'1of the! t t Broadway Band Stand "

has been circulated this week by Messrs. use but would not hare stood the the Orlando District of the Florida I ( arrived the tiNt part of the crreens committee says the fair-ways !?
week and after that this year will be in better ('O:. it.on KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND1
Stanford and Vans Agnew but northern trip. Only twenty-one 80 Annual Conference met in Kissimmeeon shortly an expert '
there still are not enough names sign quart "freezers" went north by express Tuesday and Wednesday of this I from the company arrived: also. thin:: evor before and the greens will U. J. Burrows, Director

ed. Everybody was Urged tl> stimulate and seven 82 quart "ponies." week. The sessions of the meet'ng' The truck was unloaded and after be in fairly good condition tomorrow. March-"Ohio Division" _Kin
nullified voters to ret in touch These totaled 1904 quarts, bringing were held at the First Methodist the few preliminaries necessary, the According to some golf enthusiasts Overture-"Morning, Noon---and--- *

with Mr. Stanford and affix their signatures the season's total to date 13,216 church. Dr. John F. Phillips, the I tests were made. The truck is a the course at the Kissimmee club is Night In Vienna" ..Suppa

to the petition. Mr. Stan- quarts, this being the total of those new pastor of the ('church was in beauty and as it went through the considered one of the sportiest nine Concert Valse-"Bower---of---Beauty-
hHe! in the find tie indication
ford can usucllv be found at his office sent from the express platform and charge of the arrangements ard the business-section of the c/ity/ enroute courses state __ _____._..Brooks
that interest w'P - ------- *
in the Bank of Osceola Courtvbulullncr I not taking into account the local sales. ministers passed resolution of appreciation -!|I to the lake front, it inspired a lot of are more Werc'iHail To Old Glory"JewelI
be taken in the thin thai
or the near vicinity, and Express shipments of other fruits both for the ffvce he people to journey thitherwards. sport yea INTERMISSION ..
there should be no more delay in getting and vegetables continued to be led by rendered and for the coLe tainment: i I Water was Dump-d from the lake I for several for years past. The and.c'ub is. f'rtinn-"Alda"! u___. McCaughey
noon new memberships Judging
sufficient signatures.DOUBLEHEADER". and other citrus 730 their and through thrcs hoses. Every one
oranges products provided during stay. by the interest manifested to Tror. b. ;ie Solo-Played by W. B.
of the nozzles threw stream of
boxes having gone north during the Resolutions in this connection a Sm.n.lIawaiian .
OF week. 63 barrels of fish were ex signed by the committee on resolutions water which made every one rest date. a large number of new players Patrol-"Kilauea" Stewart
will be this .
BASKETBALL TONIGHT pressed. Other Kissimmee ship consisting of W. K. Piner and I easy in contemplation of possible fire. greens seen committee ye.r.The has arranged Star Spangled Banner__________-Key
ments included 37 crates of peppers. W. C. Rogers, were adopted as follows I ter the test vas made from the
nice schedule of events for the
-- 33 hampers of beans 12 crates of : fire l.ydrants, and the comparison be-
Return Game With Winter Haven To eggplants' eleven of tomatoes, and Resolved by the preachers of the tvee.i the streams from the 'hydrant season, and: is desirous that as many CHILDREN'S DAY AT

Be Played And Second Stringers nine of cabbage.The Orlando District of the Florida Annual [ with city pressure with those from local people and winter visitors as FAIR ON SATURDAY
avail themselves the
possible of
OPportunity -
From There And Here Tangle repairs and additions to the express Conference, assembled in conference the hydrants through the engine left
to M. E.
in Klssimmee I little respect for the older system. participate. I
platform are rapidly nearing :
Stephens president of the club has Prizes For Field In I
The fear of possible mains Day Afternoon
That desire to and bursting ,
and the record -
completion through we express I
cooperation -
Thei i I" lots of basketball on the been untiring in his efforts toward
which has always been undercurrentwhen Exhibit Close At Six o'Clock
of Contractor Nelson and the our keen appreciation of the considerate I ;
for and the in
Tonight conditionand
menu today tomorrr-w. getting course good
the but )kindness and thoughtful full pressure was brought to Drama At
officials of express company careIContinued Player Night
at the local court in Kissimm..pOSf'018 is deserving of much credit in
becomes of
bear the
little inconvenience has been experienced on Pair_ Eight: ) a past.
Hl rh" meet! the Winter Haven theresults obtained as is Mr. MeCool
High School nuintette in a return in getting out the refrigerators of the greens committee. Tomorrow the closing day of the '

game and the "scrubs" from these and other containers. The roof is being GIRL SCOUTS GET GROWERS MEETINGON In the party- from Toronto who Osceola County Fair will be chil "

two schools meet also. finished now, and the additionsto will live at the Club House this win- dren's day. In the afternoon there
Tomorrow the floor space will make the platform ter are several golfers and a numberof will be a field meet with prices for
night the Stetson Uni-
capacity just about double whatit other winter visitors are getting each event in four classes, these ,being .
versity girls to Kissimmee' to NEXT '
try and get' for the defeat ; was at the beginning of the strawberry ready to enjoy the lakeside course. for boys over 14, tor'girlll over
revenge lIeallon.EXECUTIVE. 14 for under 14 and for girls
the local girls' handed them the first I For the benefit of visiting. golfers ,

of the Reason. While the two s'!xtettes COMMITTEE OF Organization' who may wish to play the course the under fourteen. Entries for these
Popular Girls' Discussion To events closed and the
I are settling things' in Kissim RED CROSS NEXT WEDNESDAY Important Be greens fees are one dollar. yesterday committee -
the boVs will meet the To Decorate "Tenderfoots"At Had In charge had so many entries .
mee team On Spring Crops: With
Ellis F. Davis chairman of the COMMISSIONERS DELEGATE! that they had to enlarge their plans.At ;
Saint Cloud High' School team over at
the county fair.Kissimmee 'Kiseimmee Chapter of the Red Cross Saturday's CeremonySixteen Sweet Corn Main SubjectSweet ROAD DETAILS TO TRUSTEESAt 7:30 Osceola High and the Saint

has called a meeting of the executive Cloud High basketball teams meet.
met defeat at the hands n special meeting of the boardof
Kissimmee girls who have to have Into At 8:30 the closing! event the
after. as
committefor next Wednesday I corn seems come
of commissioners
Winter last Saturday
last nightat '
I'.aven Saturday county -
the I ICh.mb..r passed the "Tenderfoot" tests of the the limelight the Drama Players of Kissimmee will
Winter Haven the final be- noon January 30, at 4 o'clock at among growersin morning the board delegated to
Girl Scouts organization will receive "The Girl of the "
Osceola present Flying X.
lately. They
of Commerce.At county are
the trustees of the road and
39 I
nip to 12. The started out special
game Clewls their pins at a ceremonial meeting toI all talking it. planning the western comedy drama success of
rather and for few minutesIt this meeting Mr. Victor ) They are on bridge district in the Lake Willson
evenly a of Atlanta director of the volunteer be held Saturday of next week February planting it in big quantities. Someof section the decision to what last spring. The same cast will be
and Winter
nip tuck. The as type
Haven 4was"-'enm began forging ahe..d. service of.the southern division and 2, at Saint. John's Parish House. them' have made good in a large of road should be built with the recently used as in the other performances.. ,.;,_
and walked with the rest of the Miss Marion Crawford. f>ld agent! The girls' have passed the testa under way with this crop before, but the acquired funds from the bond with the exception of the character of.

half, the score'at away the,half per. for Florida sections, will bepresent.. the-supervision of Mrs. Robert M-An- particular stimulus this year seems to sale, with authority to employ an en Koema, played last'MHs ,,.'
lod way' Matters of Importance for the work gas captain of the Kissimmee:troop. be on account of arrangements which gineer' If they deemed' it Margaret Branson. This play-, will
being 17 to 4. At the beginning necessary.B *
cit the aecond halt of the chapter this year will be discussed and will be rewarded by their badges' have been made with Manager' Harry .G. Hancock J. A.. Minnick and introduce with the drama players
Osceola'; : at this time. In addition to the Piano .of the Klssitnmee Citrus Miss Eleanor ,Rose.n. who
rallied again for abort but and Mr. Davis asks a'ifull; attendant pro- Herman Schmidt are the trustees. portrays
the brilliant a period. ot the:committee ; rram.which includes the presentation !- Growers Association, for 'pre oolmg'. the pan.of the Mexican dr!. Miss
passing and team wol'k'of ,. - 51.I'I't,6" ofr these' 1 there will be will the title)
'the' i > f badges a Sweet ,corn, heats very quickly, and ROYAL ARCH CONVOCATION '. Lucy Lupfer again play ,
wide Winter Haveners i again put a KISSIMMEE,BOY' WlNS".*" A ** ** musical" and''patriotlc/ 'prolfrarDp and therefore'' car load shipments'I to, ON. ..NEXT, MONDAY ,NIGHT: ; role .JI.r. '..TrlplettIII Appear as
marginbetweenthe two scores. ,TECH FREE FOB ALL SWIM aeocIalbour. \ as. Mrs.Bailey. .
i: T\ ; northern markets haven't .Teen"very I \
The Osoeola:High'!girls', team.went 'ITh girls who have so far qualified suecessf .Manager 'Piano says he v- AU'Royal :Arch Masons are cordial .. Albert Button ,asThe ';Killer . .
to D.Land for their first game of the :IWord- has just been received InKissimmee for the Tenderfoot?: badges include caa'precool: ;the corn at slow cost I I,.' attend the regular.convocation ,".. Walter Griffin as Zambra the
,season and defeated the; universitylextette i that in the/ recent swim Mary Steffee-Elisabeth Ste<<..,Julia to the grower. The Kissimmee! rof Kisshnroe Chapter No. Mexican bad' man Byron' ;Ames< as ,,
. Jby point Saturday' mlng contests at Georgia Tech.Donald Ladbetteiy Mary!; Hankins, Ins ,PhayBeulah ,'-Growers Association' has on.' CltnI'l 10, R.-A..M.,-Monday evenIng,' Janury the sheriff, and .llison.T. French in> ?' .J.
trame.:.should twt' * mighty inter S. McKay of Kiaslmmee was the ', Virginia Barber, Rose] tia beat precooling plants in. the > 28. Mark::and Fast' Master .degrees his'former roleof- '"Sputter.1* .'Th*' :',"

,stlng one, vatsIty.w141. try. .;and winner' : In,:the if reshman fr--foTA' 1. .Cooper"Eva"Cooper,,;,LouUa. Mul-1.,.. For-an these reason the. ,will eonferred..'' : performance 'will',be-given, a.tbe'G. .''- '' .

.eyen np the','core.'i -, . 220 yard. ,swim.W .. .t.Colib.u.. .-'on?Pax. 'J.II&: ). -: Continued on .*.;Eight; powe"J!\ \'o JNathsnBrysn. :: ,. H..;P. A.. R.':HalL" to df fs
_' 'J"> *

",'.-\\:.; ,.". ;,:,,'iN)j''". . .I \, ."..". <: ,., I! ,....".".,...'"J'!<''-..,."}I.,,1,e".'..':'"'.'''.'..'.''.,''''""''"'.' j''i1.; '.,t,., .,--....,'.;P',, !tu"" ,.!.;,.y.,,,:.<\...t'0' ",\j./.:;';" ":'.':'II',-"'.;!'< "'i'!:,i' ''''''':oiI.. rL'-' T-torI.I- ,"'''. .t 1 "". ,:.''- ., ': ,,..,>'r.,.. -' J, ,.,.f,"'l3i'i1; : ;::( ."' .-' <.:.,'tI'; : "/'..'".""' ,." I.(,f\t.,\ ._ j..__' ,,, '- '\<.i 0> ", 7..,

: -- -
i.TT. -r--- I,

".. -

\ Ji, r'W" .

/ I \ t -

Nj. '\

\ \ 1\\.


- -- ...
-- -
1 ':

.' <- <- + + + + < the. acid tlebla. and that H 'In iivceaanr CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOtt WEEK l1E'fIlOUlST'lIENS': CLASS :
+ + + + + <0> .
l.ur.1 :
'4. lo Hell t h.. leal estate for that TO UK OBSERVED NEX1', WEEK PLANS LARGE BROADWAY :
lioae. and playing for an ordor to takupoaBeatiloii .
Legal Advertisements :: of tho following real -atati! At the closouf-the Wednesday LAWnKUCBJ= Proprietor
; : Next week U Christian Endeavor ,. M. C. ,
,.. assets for the pa.t of dvbtaandthuritea Methodist ,,
. + . duu. and owing, vUl Week all over ( he world in honor of night the First :

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ."'''''la Thirteen < 18) and KonileenK . the founding of Christian Endeavor, (church a special business\ meeting of GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS, GAS OILS AND ACCESSORIES.

( ) of lllock HovtMity-four (74) ofthe the Men's Bible Class was held and SERVICE
1881. AND
Town uf St. Cloud nccurdlntr, / February 2, BATTERIES, SUPPLIES
COUNTV: EftiRl' IV A M" ) formulated to enroll 100 HARTFORD
IN TIIH f'nIN'I" '. KI.OHIHA. to Iho rlntof tile Hemlnolo l..iind. I The Endeavorers of the Presbyterian plans were
you OOOI.A ,, 'ledninonir of In .tillS 'gicat class. Forty menattended PHONE 2S'
I TUB OUUK KICnriUIZUK CoMPANY and InxcHtment 1.11 II), recoi ( church are planning a number men BROADWAY
4ind .*xlat- tile plat Of OHciolii. County the class, last Sunday. 501
: a. iteration organised Kloildn'1TIIKHlwKliKIO! \ Kpecia) events the first being the reg.
under and to vlml of lit*. l.awa is the leader of the .
) I'lnllipn
Ing; led
ou and. each of you I ular meeting; Sunday night by
plaintiff, va. )
CAITA1N1IJ.1AM of the $te4t of rioilda I.A NO. alao .and all other jiit sons l Inl.-i.tiHti.d are... Miss. Medora Russell. Wednesday of class, and all\ men who are not ;T . -

known a. CAITV. lA'.XO, Uefentlant. hereby Commanded to apfiear" liftfonme next week the Endeavor Society will filiated with a Rible,.class are ; - :

.HI KlHwIinmee, Oaceoln County.Florida . invited to join. COMiMYCONTRACTORS
Notice la licrcby al\' n that two on I he 1SU day of Kelii uury, have charge of tho prayer meeting: ly a'.1

.abov enlltlcd suIt Waa on the 8uth .\. If, 1 flIt, and l(> allow ('nu.If any Friday evening:, at (the cottage, the FOR EMORIAI4 BAs
day o( November, A. U. 11123. Inatllut4 )'ou hate, why cold Potlllon aliouldnot executive committee of tho Christian PALMS CONSTRUCTION

4. by attachment; that auniinona Ad : lie 1I1'.nt..d.1'1'1":1414 will entertain a Mrs' : A. T. Morrison reports
Endeavor Society
wan. laaued. aK'ilnnt Captain \\' m)' Hume. aa. Count I v Jiidgnof I .
retpoiidenduin William 1..)'''II. aUo known aa Oncenla. Count ).. .lorlila.. al Ivlaalmmee I I number) of former. Endcavorers and siderable success in securing AND BUILDERS ,

Cant. W I-JIIK. the .! In aald toad her with t In.. Hi-ul of ny of- fiiomlH of Christian Endeavor at a donated liv representatives of longtime -
.... .. but relumed. bv the sheriff' ofOatlenla. IIce. tl ii l lii I the :2Mb! 01.) of I IH..."into r, A'I I. of citizens.: Her committee. is .
'4. dinner There will be a
unati.ved. the defendant LI. 1112.1. 1'.. I.. COMKK.Countv program ladies WOOD BRICK STONE
County ,
the following ,
being out., of the Stain of Horlda ; .1 Oil",.- of < >H<'uola Colinlx. tna 't* and music and plans are being .composed of ,

4 that aald \\'ait .if Altahinent )baa be..n 4 -lit rioildnlh . I i made for the organization of an Alumni Mrs. A. T. Morrinon, chairman Mesdames STEEL? STUCCO
levied by aald Sheriff on th" follow-In -------- - I Council.! February 3 Endoavo- II. N. Muktnnon John Cadel, JACK BASS
described. Heal Kalatw belolinlns to Circuit ('iturt.. Hlh .I.II'lnl, 1'lr..IIIC'1 Anderson U. I II Alikrman),\ N. F. BASS
said defendant. ultuato l>'lnit and beInw I III 'it',,14'' ''.r 'Icc'iIzt I 'Un 111)t '. ", I Day the pnlsor' will give a special Howard : Street 515 Sproule Avenue

In Oaieola County, Klorlda, to- I IIHI'i'I':' )" : Jo iti'N I!I. :N': :. :::iii: I.\' : ': II I Ilit. Christian Endeavor sermon and the K, I II.) Katy, Roy Starhud, nnd II. M'I 822 Royal
,. . . I I
wit : I lit.N;at '. isis %itf I IItllI usual C. 'K. meeting will take the A/lj'II I
The southweat. quarter ( HW'4) 0' .,,,,ry H"pll.I I i .'v... c I a 1. 1 1.'conI' en(N .
'1'111. ",'.I..r..r ItiIIte- I form of u biithdav meeting(; former .. -
tbe noitheaat ",ullr..-I 008". to1111" ,-----
ta.. went half 4 IW 'i ) of Ihe B.iulh- It." ""' 1Il; : W'II'; ;4f: 1'l.'i ide ':.:; IIerv)4i1.'IIgI' ; 1 I Hndeavorem as well ns present men I
Kt .iuartl'r of Section 7, Townwhip %-. 11,11 nii.I It' i'it'I. till the .
" horN having a part in program.Kndeavur !
211 Bomh. llanitc Si ..aat. LKIItalnlnir 4111 I I h'S <'In'I ,iiiItg [1i.I er'st I, 1I".h'r I lent' )" !
120 aeiea, ,... "" """ .Iozic.I "I' "lh"\\'IN"I III I !nocietlt'ii in the larger

lex"led 111nil aa ti h.. |iiopiit. I >. of t '" ,lull 1 III lh' "IIIOIKinn I ;t- III I ii.. 1\111 ..f C"n".11I11I1I. ('iti.-, ni i'<' lno.uliaKtinir: their Endeav-

William I.MIK. tin. di. .f. .nlO"1, In tin' I ) hen :liuifti ( Nina' 1'MI 01' ]Pity progiains, and i hose li,.tenn'ig
I. Muioxc. if llxlnu t anil, if .1., -:,ul. ,nilliuitliH I'
-, above Now.cause th,'i';efor... \'011. 0 Ii.. .. ltd 1 1 Cit |I- ilulmtni. Int.ii'Ma ,nnil ,. =Mni in will!! hour t'xceptionnlly good t :ilksJVbiuarv .

lalll \Vllllnin l.xim. tile| UIH.WII its. 1'. Sill, .ll.. lll\f.. dill I .II Hill. 01, lltlll, XX 'IHIIn ::1'. I Daniel Poling, a'-sociatc

4 Caiit" \x ")'''A. ,J ilifindiinl and nil I I hi' imipiilx' I In I UK\ 1 Illll.t I 01! C'.I1I- prc'sident, of the C. movement andHiRisUnt
,,'r |.eraona Inl..r.I. HH. IM"n I In' retiulrod 1 iIaIiit. nnil' In ti 'In:iflcr .1. ... I.11..1.. I In of :Marble Cnlll'.dntl'ClHlIl"h So'b'1WSCiLtS Y.s
to iieiaonllllx I I be and .ippiiir i to 14 tt'I'liZ.i. If llInt... 'ami If .1. adtindi nil pastor
said action, lit the Couit, II.HUNK In Iho I ,11:11, 11-s ,''lnll1ll" tnt.t. dc l l1f I' "r. SV of :New Voik\ mil speak on

I' City of KlHBllllinee t. OKe..olii; Count\, :-:..,..... "". .toecitN. .1.. ..r ..tIH'ltt ,in.. III tIol one of thv P pingiiiniH.

)'Ioi't.It, on tin. Hull I.nx. In Mnrrh) A : l-'''i''.ily' hf the 11111 "f I '.1011'1,1"1. ..11.1, All fiiends of Christum I.ndeavoui .
I f 1 1) 1H24 Hint lielnu Moml.ix' '. the Sid I 11/1 ft.'l' ,1"H' II I1."l..t I h
,' of the aald month ; l loo juilunii' $.'i-tji.tOs. If 111'1". itt,1. If ,,1"/1,1. nil 1'Inl"III" '" "- <4 "'"l'Iliallinvit.(1 to the I'nilcaxonici : '
day : .
will be enteiid lix (lii- 11.-c .- ", III'.'I.MIS 1111.1. I 1':11.,10"1 h i 'l'ii' "r", and will be givon u t".rdial
., fault and this' i.ii lISP xxlll ,in.....:. d ilK 1-: :' r.mgs. .1. I ..".....1. ni'.iIi'it I is.. III Ih.) welcome
I reaulrid h}' Iii "- and thi Kulin of 1'lni 1..I""y In iii' 11111 "r I '... ", .,,1..111'. I

,' tic* of thla. Court. ...". ,, .h'""', II..1. :S J :S.: ..ltg-M., if -
W1TNI: t the ('oulIl )' Court iif i IKI. .c..1.. ('inintx' ,11.1.,. I ,I. l'Ilt Imlid' .., S .1 ,.:" 'ici&s. .11..1..1.I I l.Hgo lompanv irittVxnil,) nt the .

Florida. on hits 311lh' ) dux if :No\ <,mbtr. I ..r nlh'wl.. ... III ite 1..1)' 'II", 'II- 11111 Tari'-h house lant, FI icla\, Mght niKrputancc' io1\
A. l J' IH23 J I- ( I\ JoIIS'I"HI'IT: 1 1Iti i : ,.I' "", ,, ,' 11,1,1 h. , ,,.tift.., ..1. ... I "- Jestl1'Ub
4'l'l't'k Cotinly Cum .mil fort ...1. 1,1,11 ito leI. a .I.'I..H. gp'gsit." 'I i of J\lntl"r" (lul> progiantMii j. V

OKI.i...IlL ( 'ou nl ;x 1'IIH loin ""H'r .Ioioll.I i .II I S 1111.1.l .t. \111..11 I I';''' : <' than hundred "(.Ut .(,f-ttWti" (

t I ( Co Ct ScullHKI.Iy I I'I'"r '',,'',.'''. .10 ..'ic''l,. I" I tic. r"lIn"I iti,", .1.i iK fticsts weict here. mid about fifty '
Af SCTTON. 111111 ;"'p'rO', r. I \\ It .
AUo""')',, fin lulnllfT' r.2t 'Ials Thlo'I" ((1.11 I'finrtei. < IlL Ki'-siniinee t people The progiamxninfoimal
I ; _ -- : 1..lft..1I15)) nnil Six'...... I tl''" of I j \ nnd piexided" ixet bv the
t 'I'I.U"'I'IO'\o .'Oil 1 \ \ T".. lliindiiil. atiil I-1:iuliti2sn \ I leavening V
M TU K OP \ 1:1..k: cluli president, Mrs. 1 iippMi From time immemorial,
I)t':i'I I.NilT1i'1 I ) of ih.. 'i.iun or M 'rinuii, '
: IS IIKHKIM ,;.l\\ I'N: ThllOax i .IHI.i.ol.i < 'iiunt\ Klurlila. ai.i.ol,.ilhiK, II : ,"*. U. J. I urroxxvxbo always gas has made the "touch" which

'Id JinnliiKa, pur('linm.r of 1 MX Ci r- In the Siinlnol', .. l.iml nmlinont Invest- gives her c-tithuFiasni! and lid talent : the of flour and watera
tlflrate NUH 4M 4111. 41K 431 414; 417: < *iiiiiimi\| ( ln<"oipi" ',,"., 1 nicist generally to all Ki'--iniinee) encit made paste

I .44, fl45.; datirt ( Inf.lll ilnv of Jinn. .. ,\. 1'lat or the KII 1.1 Town lilt.. nod I' t tmnmcnts when so fcquehted" 1.I 1. digestible food-the staff of hfe.
I ). I 1821, liftS Illid ..III" i ri"Illii" :lie III MIX tpiiniliil In I hi' nfnci. (if I he Cliil. biscuit is an
offlr. cud hoe nindo niiplieiit .ion for tux of. tin. (Circuitonrt itf i isn-ol with ot hers' gave the lowing'! ilinsi A flat and soggy loaf or

f deed to I iKHue. i In ni.(.m iliini... xxllh I I liixx ("lllllltX.. :Stiiti: of I l'I.rtI ftn Illi. ml I niniiberxVo : unleavened food. So it is that leavening

paid e..rlltl.......a ,inliriu,' lln folloxx\ 'IIIKdnacrlbcd Tint i I ilaof, .VIIL.IISI I.\ I li I !9Ii.' InI I 'al duct, Whispmng, 1101'1''Ilr'
' proper \'. nltinll, In HBcxilHCounlx I I'lal: Hook. "It." I l-aui x It miil l 31Vim < agents such as yeast or baking

Florida lo-wit : Hnil, ,nrli uf x-(MI. arc' her hi i.-""ii : Phipp and! :Miss I llolloxvny. employed.To .

.. _,,.IB AS !Ml Mil, In hi.. lion 11 I : l-ota 1. ..mantlet) nil| I-...| ,iiie.1. I., iiipi| ..ii mi I llii' Piano solo .- :Mis) VJ J. HuiioxviAliss !' powder are

9i. I 2. In K|.,'tlon 14 nil uf Hiild loin till, diiof :Maiih .V l I' I I'i24! i .iiiit II Lucy Uukcls ai',' >mpaiuod 01 housewife
: beliiK III Tux* iiRhlp. I'l II; smith. 1111'''.''. ",'Init tin, Knlis iliv In Mitih 1"". 41I. I II V insure to the American
81. Iaet. nnd I In Inn ",'1'01 dlnrf I.. Ih. I In tin.' Till itt i ...rnl.1al"l| I 11I..1 I ,in' tin--' ccl I 0.Vocal. complete leavening of her biscuits,01 nnd I InxiFlni''n : Coin (-iI liNe' solo( ) ,\ I'l'fc.t t :Mrs. Mice.
I pan>"'a "Siilidlx! .,lulon uf Bald Siilnum. i \\ltlKHH the lliinoi/ :llilo) C II ( llilriuH Pnrl-or. cakes muffins, etc., which isso important -

V. lx>ta. 22. 2:1: I In Him k f. of :"I. c'1..11.1. UK Jiidifi I i.r tin' ..I..." o i"..UM I : the food
) tin I i-venin' to digestion pure
t-1iilhsg vxircirixcn
Duiing perfect
The mild loin In Inn 11.1. ill tin I and m\ hit 1'. an <'1. i.1 k lhiii, i'.f. mil Ih, ,
I I I' Aatea of th. iHHiinmi. of Hild leitlltratea I "flll'lal HOIll till II if. llllH 'Mil I .1.,,' llfI bv, :\Ii--i I icotI I Inginm nnd Hi v authorities found it wise to require a certain .

'V t-esti'etI'i'I| ,Ix In the tiinnw.: of hn- I 1.1..1', .\ ]"l Ii21t Walter i l.: Kl1ijht. Iivpiomptu, 1 tjlksVXPIC strength in
standard of leavening
k r I II tI i I'tit'KM- \\ I 11 1 I ( 't 1. t 'I.I Si'Hi )
--.I 'I.I: : I
'I 1 I ld'c.n'H: 1 livrhnni l"oHli i = : ; J. OVmiSTTMT, '"P t'I.I in made )lij Dr.V.. II I I Urcsih) ( and baking powder.To .

V. K. I'', I'nknown IIlIcl.I I. 11\ S "II Ilulloi. K. li I". Rev Knight A roll callhos\ 'd 1\

IYiilouii. Biild .--rtitttt'" ; ii abut 1'111"1 KlltllS & STI'JoI'I I : fan; r i...pi.osc.nt.itnin from bully states of digestibilityto -
t aeennd, nrdndliiK' to llxx', li\ ile. !< foi. Cutniiliiln.. 4.91' . maintain this guaranty
I't' t-h 1111,1 I vxaftfs "-civiil I for .
ii weie I -
lln' JMIi! IiI' of .
V ISSue thor(' in on i. -- - - - minimum deterioration of leavening -
; ry. A D. 1024 .11I"'j''I" ( 'I liinll' I'liuil' I fn. th) ,. ITlli .luillililI'lli , fro. linunts liM I ; T i-s. Mciri:' 1 ;sun. :MisM.ds : !' insure

.1.i '., :ox.: i':;us''run: ':' ,,ml, of stutp uf 1 F''loilili in ,in., I f..1,.1i : and :Miss\ )Ii-st! !, !!; strength, baking powder is packed in tin.
I 1'1"I.I; i" ("li ( nit ( ..iti-t.. l IHI.i.(il 1,1 ( 'oliiit\ I In Clijiniii\, , l.ultI. -- This absorption of atmospheric mois
I .IHI.I ol I.t t'Uoi... X I .1(11 111 IfKenl .I. l <:, ",i-I. i nni. ..I.tI",.i nl \s .1 's. I liin. prevents

I of Clu'lilt Cotiit ) I III Ieai.'n.I.i.t| Hit on. i'. Hi',I. ..r Jess Took [last Chance ture. Dampness produces premature reaction
S : J-61 II lx' H II 11..11..1. lIHI l > f'11" I'ImIhi-ati.I, '1'" ) : U I'TJo| : up, ,rinltll In the can-results in loss of leavening gas-

;'' \M-i"It; ;; -I l".\ 10 I .1 S 1 liiinli m I I. ( 'i HIHIIII i i All I I ', I lull I
) HIM:. -
DI' --
: .
\ .
\ on mi> iiiiiinimiil il ilnl I iiiiuhiil I 1 I I.iappiar
Notlte. I IH iKicbx Klx.n that IIIIIHIIant In '1111 \In ;IMIinns,' on t h4lh "A ft ti I th i't'e ."('nl' of e!.>l'tol'nj; ({ for The food official, would properly condemn baking .

to a I"1"\, l 1 Ii,.tin. "lit ml 011 Ihe16th '' lax of .... I I."in, i'\ \. II. 1-U4: V.' 1'1'I.H'I mv' stoni.ic h I I In.'('l1l1l1' ..h"l"oJl'ar'. d sacks.
of Nnvi ."I..r. \ It. I'UI! in, powder if packed in cheap
: day ;M; ; thi lloniii ihlc' C _it Vn.1i UK nIllllt.4' and I xvouliln't, take
IIr"I \\'. Mormw, IIK Cinnplaliinnt ., s"ur. .invthinj
the cue i (if Illjl\l ( "lilt( ,iI) till* Mini 1 ofMild
x H. II \.. Miiklnxmi. nn ,liinineperion : ( 'milt, tit 1 Kiusiitiui, ,, ,,, ,, "isn.ol I.l "'i'\ c. I xxMS hloat.1lith. iis all t tin- But what about self! rising: flour? It comes to the

und .\ Ii,'.' M :Makhiami, IIHwife I iiMitils. -. ,Moilili, I thin tin lay of lime'i homc'oni'' praised Mavr's Won- northern mills

; W'. H MukliiBon tic KVI, .inlliiii of, lt'| 1.1.mli( i r. .\. I i 1 **2.1i ,.Iciful Itemedv' so highly hut I do.ided southern housewife from remote
'( i H. I*. Makllmon an IIIKIIIII IMIBOII. mid : i. < iisrnriT packed in bags. What happens to this
K. 8. "'Io'd. aa Keapoiul.I c. noxx iididIng .\.. rliik' In the Olrflllt' (Com" .r"I""I S,;\:.'n I I d't I ('I !IMI ) 4 :5tIn ; how felling like a new man." It 11 i mixture of baking materials and flour? .
ii nfVlorldn.
Jliillilul Clreult I
V teo1h In and) for oacvolu Cuuty. III'|'' -Puuntx-'-Jiiilu- .'... <'IIUI'|. ,)"....'.?" ('nu-:- simple, harmless piepurution that i oinove Chemical analysis shows that much of it has lost -
\\l 1 will offer foi mile ami the catanhal, mucus from the
Chancerx. .
: I l > l'bi-tIa. I In the inatti r of I hi .a.
sell R t public tiuttry for mull In hand. tate of 1. It 'Inawdy. cl..(........ ii..N.- intestinal tract and allays the inflammation its leavening strength before it reaches the consumer.

K n 10 the highest bidder, at the front Lice of application to nill minor. In- which causes practically aflstomach !!
door of the Court house In KI..lmn..e.oJ [< NOTICH JS .HHIIKOY CIIVU.N! -. Breadstuffs made with such flours cannot
liver and intestinal ailments self-rising
Florida, during the .
oJ iiaceola. County that I "will on HID 10th day of l<>bru- .j. 1- ._
legal hours o( anle on the first Monday ar)' A l). 1024, apply' to the Honorahln Including appendicitis." One dose will ; ; ilJl.,. '!w'1':: : . rise properly-they come to the table Heavy, flatjand ;.', .,-'

In I"ebruar"Inl( the 4th day of r. I.. ( iiflor.. County Jlidftt Oaoeola"iiunty. Convince or money refunded J.. >5, ;: ,. ''..; () 'J"
Yebru..rn.. 11124. the fulloxvlnn Jecrlbed ( ., Florida, al 'hIs' iifllcn at Kinilinmen Roberson and t,. .. soggy. : :
V I I. druggists everywhere.NO'IKK '
$ propel>., to-w'lt .: I < "
Klorlda at 111 AIM. to doll at ... .. t',
c-: t., The Houtheaat quarter of 1 the In privateaale the' Inlet.<-Ht of the following KOK t'II'.If''O'."' '' V .).Jt Why don't'the pure food officials demand that self rising0: ,j; (It
of Sictlon .
Township BouthweMt 15 quarter Smith. IlllllK., 29 I CilM d\ inlnorn Illdlfd, to-\\lt Jam l"ia Nona" iU .l I..uU'nw.(ChiiUH\ Mltli -* S'-t'iti, =No 111OI;! ',;,. .Ieparlin. nt ..f | h-. flours contain 0.5% leavening gas the equivalent to the V

the smiihwiHt corner I"tell'I II I I' S |"|"n.l (1111, . I It I I ; ill"" sx
I4CtrttiIt mitt at I lia\\il\', I.ciin I l'InI-s:,,, I litiCMily. an.| 12% required of baking powder?
nf I 111. I 1-1.1 liu I I I. 1 1'l.MN '
outhxxiHl. iiiiiilet
I of thi : ...
l 11 It I M aw d\. In t ho r..lln\\'I1",-d.-! i 11.-
the "HouthxxeHt 'IUnrl."I'nf Si.i.11.'" ,. '. ; > '1' 1 1 I I-:: i Is ii-t' "x 1 K ,", ,il I. 1 1 \ ," .
( i d i -rt\ situat. U. ill i IHI In;, ( tut i -
pi 'pt
T, In Inxxnshlp 25 South I"a" ,',,"' 29 is F''ld"1'1' .XII uf lilorl. ':::1a.,1 11 li, 15\ .1 I I I" "n ..r. l.i'',. I 1.1".1.i .. Calumet Baking Powder is scientifically and legally correct -
Kiiat: ,;:n> xxlu I mi liniiai\,, ,, 14. li.l I ninl. Him.
to\, North 4 211 f..1.t ;
I"' feet. South inn 420 f.-..t. \\.nl nil; ) f'.. Ito I Hhox\12 l.of y tin I HIP "'"'J'.I"I (','I..II.I.'I..r.1.I \Xlilltlii. '1'V is H..I I I.i" MX So ..1.1 I.:.. r. ., XX" ',4 .! -the last spoonful is as pure and sure as the first. \
'I L ": \\ '. .n... .II. :2' i.. ,
of lieKlnnlim ( niitatnlnK " hl" I
the iiliue' -
\ llllaliiH 11".1 4th I ,I'liilnilx I I '. 1 Mlr I ;ax
,' I 6 01. "li-KMThe .. '. s. II .IIIUI, 2" I : T.ill"1.I ; I ,III,)II. I-
IK '11 H nun i Packed in tin- the InTake
I Hho\\) I In I'lat I n..I k li, .paKi 7i( "Hi . , keeps strength
NoitheaHt imaitii' of tinNorthwcat . Illl )llH 1ll.ll 1 tll>tll. I "" ill'.'' I. .
11 ola, fount \ H IMI' lilt tiioiilK 'I hiaIlit .
'linn I IxliiTownahili i",.ll k. 't'i.s--I I louf. I.I t..I"h. ,
fl iiiaiter of '( ..Imnimv. I
Jid' "a) .r \ li 1124M .
21! 1'.1. .1.01." 1(1 Illl, lllld flllOXI. lIlHIjIllllI, I.I .
It r 2f. South HIIIIUI' : .\ :l11I'; ,x. I IK \ \VIY i I.-
1' Klnnllifi: lit the Nnrthw.M ( inner \ t4 liiiiidtan, : foi Hull) uiltiuraKilissn I loi'. i ,Ii'.1 t K i III, lilt I'11111, ," a.I"I Issiniii, ,in',
J'lHoulh. I liii Hln nil tin, rth d.n' ..r M. I
'I ,4. of "Million IK In loxxiiKhip" in h. l i'.i|
.J ; i\; ; AJ i.T \II It I'J'I'1'.
nanice 29 T.iiHt inn' smith rhnlna < f'I.II"1 1 ,; I.;.tIl-M, ..IH XX iii. SM O'HI'l
.Xltotlll- fill Hllll t C1."II. 4..1
XR til
V V, (. KflHt ill,, ihaliiH\ ", ..u'' h ri ; .ink XX \iin. <. uf I IiliiIi.i, ,. |1.,1.| i |
;;; ; HI' - -- : "-ill';mi I"I \\ li-I l. l . ,, ..,. ,
i halim; : I'.iint, HI liiilim, Noilli= . I I i.7.-I; ;;, V Itiilui I H ( ', .1111; : I IHI.; oilllolliln ; |ii. o| I ,11"Inn inI
halna. \\'INt 20' iluiliiH to. tin ,.1... I I ..IunIT. I In III. Mitlir ..r 111.if I 1"1"101., t.
'1 of IxKlnntnif "'ontiiiiiliiK 15 *t-ri i iI ''. I \\ .. I'. Il I .1 I I Kl. I III.'. Of I 1..11"' lllll IM |FI.| .| 1 IIi .| ,
.- 1..t..I.: H"'h".1" ( ulllHiili( IiI li. 11I ... .
i lean'KeKlnnliiK : !( I LI' XX I 1. MI Him, i of l.oiiKlmi' .
15 more ur I 1..1 I Clliillon;, loi l.i .tti IH of (..lflhtisI ,'
2i'.l! foi t I i..1 I. 'I, Ma
hiI" nt n point I "tall.." TO1.1.. \Xlli\l(:? IT M I.\ '1iI ,
to south of the NoitheiiHt ..rtcrit of , ..... i.l I l':< Hiiif' 1 : c' l .tO 1: IM 1
N,1htNN'hi: : I Is IHMI.V "ul\n'
? I I' Kerllon 11: 1'uvkiiithlii, 2iSouth. 7-St. I.ILIMl.lMl ,
loOt 1 In '
it hat I Itlo '"111..1..1 "xIII on,, tin lpithdji _._ _._ "
l' HHIIKC 28 Haul: innViHt )' (if .rilnuiirx.. .\. l I. I'i2! +. appl. tohp -- ---. .- -- -- -- -. the Gamble
1 (10 feet Mouth. 2G9 feet. 1':11"III I II I": .>K 'l'I'I.It.\"o'\o "OK
if ifre .. I llonoi .. 11. 1' -I < ''''WI'i UK Juduiof
feet thenei North nloliK tI 5cc- TVX III.KIIiiriri
tin atmxi' fouit at his oftlci* In I the J-
tlon line.. 269! r..1 to th. .plan. of. ( 'out thotiHo( KlHMhiiin,"i". 1.'It'I.I. fin,' \ ': is in-:: HI':MY ( i\rv r'MTv '
4_ V V Tinning, rontalnliiK, C Hens nionat l.ptlciH uf .XdiiiMilhlratliin. K lioiilnnun ( \ .I' I 1,1. u In i pill I" hum.r'.f't'| ;, xI I '. I .

V I... I' upon I tin I Oct .iti. of !lilt'hint \\. tiTl..Ie. ;No; 2021(' .Iat'cl the lid .1\ ..I _
:"llItjllll ( the. .Northeast ..r- CiilllHoii. ilii.ns.I 'I'hlH ( h.. Mh iHx' .,f.Itt .1' 'ii ii''. .X I i 1, ills I l lum II I. .d 'I 1.1, .. i Out of
of Lot 1 I In !Si ( lion IH T..wlI- tilt IS .\ I li 1 M24i tllldiU' In nn i,fIt-) nnd I h.IK niil., a-, Trucking
rtp 25 South HaiiKe, 28 F.ant und i i-:. I niiriiiiiiirlollllHl.,11 : I ...11..11.." f"r' t t." .1. d to I IMHII,- In .MOlilaiid ._
un alonft thi. s,','tlon II .e \\' t. Hull., .II.tiiiNi .\I'IlIc''I., ( : wit h |1.11'1", 1.1 ....rll ' I"- in. _
Hit feel South. 2fi1! I'nM: RIO I ... .I I foi,. n ""I.lIc'a"l ri-4ti lItOCI'S. tin d.l"w iiir, ,I.HI., ih, ,1 t |I"iip. i .

feet thenee North. "'"Ie the H.'clion --_. - ------ -- tx. HimI-I' I\11,, iiMnnia ( '.,(iity.( I 1'1.,1, j I- a Truck farming no longer need be of
line 2119 r. t to the |>ln('. uftit.Rlnnliiu' tla tnxxltI a game
containing 6 'ilerca. 'I'. .. MaiHlilii' Coilliix.. I MUiiliilh: i, IlinlIlilC I I.mi, ;::1 .ini '::3 1 i ,|11|, in,, .IKIIhe chance.
:Mihali, XX luKlnt,, Vlilil'' I :. '
I more or lealIteirln . IIIIPHIK '' ami I linI, II.IHK jiKsitiMiil al, t 'tbof .- -1, I

: nlnu. : at the Snuthennt cor- Kliffir ol I'C. l'i.tT.i,.. Ji IJ"'T"r.t.h K i.'fl.F'ltx'\lull I 1"fI" clii.. tin IHHIIIII. .. ,.r Hiiil. "'11111"1., | _ Lured by "big profits if we don't have frost" P
It I tier of SIM IIn 12 I In TiiwiiHhlp, 2"iSou \ill I h. nn. mi- of \ |I' | i"ii' R ''It, I\'nl, |, su .
,111. KaiiKe, IH KIIH (said| | ('innerlie x II-H Ixa WI1O'.1". ,lii. I .ci,"| i II. Mlilil i.IM, tlth-at.. Khull lie ri.dei'nn 'I! .i ,.. '1' farmers have deliberately planted early taken
11111.' XX In nt ''''. I I. .s. |II| \\heatoi ,
I In K: 1H3 lInks South of the N'orthwent ) ( "uric I In Jixx tux cl..1| ull| IMIIK.
corner of Section IS In Town- liars. .-y \\hiaton, \liilli' ,\XhtatonMm I In I IMii in II in41, h. .Ia ..r I... .i.i inn .\ the risk and either made small fortunes or lost
,t -1 whip 25. South ItniiKe, 29 Kant Xllnnlf n..r"h.I :MarxllllmiiH A. I' i 1924. .i I I. 'ox.' KHsntKi.rli : : : ,
; aboxe mentioned; ) Him.nt:, 70yarda. \\ .MUr. I I.Inn. llnzil," I.Inn, (. .i k. < 'In nit ('iniit. I everything.The .
\\iniiini", ('tic 'l's \linn. MmoniK .
n '
North 70 Ell HI 70 '
\anlH f
j % i.H.'a' l ountj'. |F'' ., ,111.) ,.
S ,. )arda.. South 70( )'n'd., tn Ihi. |il.e ( MilnpauKh. i'H .1. rlnle MiXX '- d "iri'nil Com t big profits can now be made, year after
horti'i Mm, l 1.'ln WI"hl.I II ,'rHhelThoiitfiHiin.
of beirlnnlnH:. tontalnliitf" 1 acn 4- .1
ill) S. II /lull..k. J. f'
). J I tnoretfnr leaa Mm. XX')', r.ainiHPIII ------- iI year with small danger of loss.
V ; ThIs aale to he mnde aul. >Jecl to Ihi \' l I'y"'i jtll l"' ij-. 1'.1. |"iei" -.-. 'It1

t' t f. ,f. ltIS-t4 Citrus. fruit crop now on the lie Hunt, lx"i\ll Hunt 'andter t1 .n- NOII4K Oh- _\1'1'1.14"1'1"IFt-l: fill lNUTICI \ \, Skinner Coke Heaters will raise temperatures
owned the Hunt nnd all 01 her pitHdleiiHtvil '' 'it |1- '
t _i trees and bj IteipondeiitIt. ,
t r B. Floyd. In I atH If., Its ,and 17 InII =- ,( ,.: its'( III'ltI'IIY I : i.ivi: l FN: Tin' beyond the danger point, keep frost out and
\ I.lock 74. Xitlilii i KiaiiHi .lull. 'relute'iof i '1'| ( .
Dated this l&lh ilnx' of D.'rrmbi-i A. nml I .OIK In midItlixk I In, nv 'I i'11
111"111.:0: 2" '. itil.,1 Ih.|, rt|, ,|. make profits more certain.
.' n. l23. Er.I.I14 V I '. \'IS. 32-1! of ih. (, lt>' of st CluudMliil. .. lx .r _
1C i )"lorldanu .hIi".". .\. II' I I-I21.! h"I1I..1,, | fc.,1, ,,', iimi -
; -4-&t SpecIal Master ahox t aaeIM and .n'h of )'oil xvllliii.tlie .....aHII take ". III inj. ,.fft..... nml IIIIK ""1.1. 111,1,11, Trace back over YOUR trucking experience.

.j.K that ,petition, has l-cti In, ,'all.." fitax, de.,1\ to ins,".. In ai.lUK. I-
rOI'NTl' ..I'IU..:'" I til ItT O"C'- .. What would your bank account have been If
.. t lit.. Court h)' \V. H Ci'nxvfurd. AritnlniHtiutor liw Siild .--i-'iilMnt mi.hiadR _
,'i- f. V OLA CU1I\'I1.! .t.CII.I' .. \) *. I , thi. .
filluxxlnu .I..c .11. .
.1 b.
\, ;
praxlnir an .rd'r..f this (foui pulp frost had not "gotten" those when
''V V In rie Estate: of Jntnia Caxannich, ., you seasons
: hut hI .In alloxv.d to tHki. ,POHMI. .",,1.." eitx Rilnnliil III i >hi i nl" ( 'ntiiil\ I"ln. .
l>eeeaaedCITATION Iola' t 10-xx itFhi vegetables hard to at ?
.if the leal 1 i-nlate he'eln".r"'e dmtrlli- were get any price
t1 ..d.. and all perHiuiH nmiieil UIK] nil nthli 1..1 r. 111..1 k 4'. i1t.i 1 1<11... Niatii-
To: Henrr .CavunaithEnoaburich I'll' k. Make certain of profits this Protect
O'r I" """ Inl..d are re'lulr.1 to your year.
Falls, VermuntAlvln _ _
cud liind; h. line "H..I|
a n I HI.'
lear 'In this Court. on hibruarx' 16lh
,1i. I';. Cavanafth 1924 and Rliow aitne If "Y there heh date of the InKunnr., ,' of ",,1.1 ('ertlllt''' 10' your crop your investment and income with
.: Palrfleld. ConnecticutMr I In \ '
1"f t i.Known.
1'1I1o''H Miiilllll.ulp |
w.I *. C. A. Rowen.Ilt > said petition nhoulil. not be. icranti Hhall I h.. r'de"II1"oI airuidlnulo iii Skinner Coke Heaters.

44, < narfleld Ave.) i law tax died. I lll isSUe thiei', 1.15.. .
( j' V Ulendale, CaliforniaMr .Hone and Ordered nt Klnslinni. : I Ihu llth 'on on Inexpensive in cost and operation simple in
Plorlda. this January. In. 1U24 day ( f Kilnuarv A. l I. IUJ4

I i (.Admiral. Unnla.Apt.C. WlnKate No. 60S.. 11/111 FoulerAvenue (IKKA.I') T. 1 U C\) IER. J. I K llVKItHTHKIJTClerk Patented construction, and built of rust-resisting material,
Chtult C'ourt.
1 t ) Chicago llilnulaCrvlnir B-6tc County Judife.Florida. 4 Johnson (Circuit Court Heal)
V .f.. lilt Mount Washington Thoad.n "-" B>' H: H Bullock. 1) CI surance.
'- J Colorado Hprlnica: Colorado. M>TI('H TO ("REnITbItIi
S ; .1. "Rr.rtt Johnaon. !. (mmrt. .. I flStl Mount WashIngton. Read t ...
'j ,fr V Colorado Sprlnica.: Colorado. Jn re Estate of Oliver P. Taw
I -J Plabop Irving; P. Johnson duardlan ol deceased.To II POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I no obligation. *>'.... Maektm.ry ce..i'
i Irvlnr Johnson and Everett Johnaon all Creditor. LeKateei. Dlatrlbuteeiand I I I q D_. I" rl......

V :'.1 ISI1 Mount WashIngton Road) all Poraona having Claims' or ,

V $ -Colorado" iiprlnra, Colorado. pmada. against saId Kntitnl. FOR SHERIFF I bars. . . acre of
) Charl Caranach. addrea unknown). You, and each of you. are hereby no-
'V .j AND TO AU. OTHER PKR8ONS IN- Uned and required to prevent any At the solicitation of my friends I Skinner Machinery Co.Dunedin ::: : : :::
4 4 'TThRESItDIN THE HRRBINAFTEU7OR8CRIBBD claims and demand which yoU, or have decided to enter the race for , I I I I I .
t(4 BBALe K8TATIQ.MOTICB ' eUIulf' of you. may have against tbe herUT of OsceoU .
. : county, subject to and would likedsmsa.tratIoa ( .
:t:.,_ \. I. hereby given to you and estate of Oliver P. Taw, deceased.. Iatet.Jfisalmme. the reaulu of the Democratic c ( )
hi4 # 'o _* of )'..... that W.- G Klnr. aa a.dn .. Oaceola County, Florida primary Box 119 ) of roar : :
-' ;t .nl.tratr. of th. Estate of James to-the underslrned Hxeeutrlx! of !I If. elected I pledge myself to use my . COM H AT.aL' I &..' .U
' ;.,....-..... daceaud. haa 'IU.4.a Mid eatate."within two "* .: from belt eod..votll to enforce J1 the lawa. ..nt&a4 .
(- : .!.. In th. ab v. styled Court. aettlncTorn data hereoc....?...? lI t. ", '- ,1" I' solicit the of the Florida tfcm tkU .<... : ..*" '

V V that there arc debts due and ow. jDmted January. Uta. . 'n.: l'U.'.tta.j support voters ,of r'V- ,.1 ./ ."lIn. me. .. $a7Wsy. I ...:.
... tng.- and that the personal , flINNA iTAW [ Oseeolaeount7.-3.M' SMITH, Jo .. -
V 4- "
V ., 4. I
V !
.vNdea for at ..$t 0 - BII u.l. V St Cloud 1' -- 'J' ... : T "" 1 -< "
tb ayng' .
V .......' -.- purpose .;. ..Florida.. r- :t.e .. ....... :, f.. f' -V I
.: -
nJ -
: V .
's ...J.J ...,, V a- -- -- .. i '-
'V __
- ,
--- .
J.r' ... ,,,'F't /s oj' V --- ------- -. -- .Vcn'k
"' 'I' : ti
.. .
1i ';r: .,' (" ..;.{J.", "';_< ", > ,<,' >;:J ": -- :i





".. Vital Reductions, Characterize the


f Katz Annual '..Fr

...AT. ;

Januar KISSIMMEE25th y


Beginning. Friday, Jan. 8:3A.. m?

and lasting through Tuesday,, Jan. 29thWe

have always.refused to sacrifice quality for price .in selectingour

stock and this together with the fact that we mark substantial

reductionsmake our Sales Real .Successes.

? Sheets and Pillow Cases Ginghams, 19c Yard Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers

81x90 Sheets Pepperell $1 .49 LAUNDER WELL for.. ... . ... ... .. . ... $ 50
" " " " " '"

- 72x90 Sheets Mohawk. ". ". " " ". " " $ 1 .47 New Printed Voiles, 47c Yard SALE With This i One Sale l Pair.. .Pants. . .. .,,. $8.25 :.

61x90 Mohawk 59 These are new Spring: Goods, in light and dark PRICE; With Two Pair Pants $9 95 ''a
Sheets . . . . .... .. ... .,. .". $ 1 shades for all cotton frock occasions This Sale....... .. .. ,
81x90 Peguot $ I .69 9 Boys' Suits, formerly sold for $13.50, $14.00,
Sheets .. . . . .. .. I Imported Sponge 1 -
42x36 Value PillowCases : ,''.....,......./ .',', . 22 and $15.00, .
.' e'e.,,.,.. .di-i1'f.;...,. .i-ti.i1o'.7'"...'...}..;!.\,<.,".'"...'. .. c The leading fabric for Spring -,Silk and Cotton. With One Pair Pants" ., $'8.95
42x36 Pepperell Pillow "):'\" \ 36 C ', '<'bJ<,.,,, 38 Inches e .Wide ,,.:}.,,,,*01,,,. . ',SALE., ,.!" j ..,' > hlsSale" : *"." ..: Cases '.'.".\ ,.,;, .............,'.'..':' '14 '>,1 !" ", $ 1. 19 YARD," :">' )' "!'lk"f'"' ""PRICE)""'With Two Pair"Pants $'10.95

42x30 Peguot Pillow 39e This SaleLadies' .. .. . .
Cases . . . .
Colored Indian Head 47c Yd.
.i..f..b. Silk Hose
Staple l C rlcs
.16 inches wide. A splendid range of colors, guar Gordon H, 300, in all leading shades,
Hill Muslin, 36-inch, . . .. . . . . . . . $2 00
I 9 C anteed fast. Your money-plus the cost of dress Per Pair
Per YardCupid . . . .. .... . . .... . .
; making-back if they fade. A splendid Silk Stocking. Colors: black, white,
Muslin, 36-inch,
Per Yard . . . . . .. . .,. .. . . 15 C Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases Reduc and Per all Pair new. .shades. . . .,. . . . . .. . . . /79 C
Heavy Weight Yellow Homespun
Per Yard . . .'. . . . 15 C ed 25 Per Cent Bed Spreads
Medium Weight Yellow Homespun, %C
Per Yard . . . . .... . .. .. .. . I ". Uncle Sam Blue Work Shirts, in all sizes, &Qx. Beautiful Satin finish, full double bed
Pajama Checks, Good Quality, 19 including 17 . . . . . . . . . . . ** size; while they last. . .... . . $3.9 5
Per Yard . .. . .. .. .. . . . . . . c Mechanic and Panama Overalls, heaviest weight '
36-inch Percales, Lights and Darks, blue denim, 1 Lames and Children'sWoolen I
Per Yard . . . .. .. ... . . .. . . I 9C back . .high. . . .. .. . . . . . $ 9 5 Dresses Suits and Coats, 1

Shirting Per Madras Yard ,. .36-. .nches. . ..wide.. .,. .. .. . . 29c at a Reduction of"at .least. .. .. 331-3_-/0
: Sale of Manhattan Colored NeckBand
Silk Stripe Madras Shirting, Hand-Made Voile Dresses
Per Yard . ... . . .. .. . . . . . . 41 C Shirts at Prices Amazingly Low

Nice Per Weight i Yard Crepe. .de.Chine. ,. . . $1.45 $3.00 each Shirts. ,.I. . .. . . . $2.15 A CHANCE A TO REMARKABLE REPLACE THAT SAVING OLD HAT AT '

Heavy Per Weight Yard Crepe. .de.fc Chine. .,. .. . $ I .95 $3.50 each Shirts. ,. . . .. . . . $..65 Stetson Dress Hats
Willow Taffeta, all $4.00 Shirts,
Mallinson's leading: Pussy shades, per yard. . . $2.95 each . . . . . .. . . . . . . . $2.95 $5.25 i

40inchVhite Per Yard Baronette. . .. .Satin. .. .,. .. . . $2.25 8J.00 each Shirts. ,. .. . . . .. . . . . .. $3.65 This In a means variety a of substantial New Colors saving and on the one latest of the shapes.most
staple' articles in every Man's Wardrobe.

Men's and Young Men's Suits > ; ;

23 Suits in Lot No. 1 A er/\ 38 Suits "1o.> L0 No- 2 $23 50 .

YOU PAY $ YOU PAY Thursday, January 24th ,f,

,? These Suits ,are, now ,marked to sell for$29.00 to Nothing Charged and all Alterations ,.
These Suits are, now marked ,to sell for $24.50 to $32.00; in our regular stock, and are.,_exceptional at Cost ,

$27.50'in-our. ,'_cgular stock. About.25.% Reduction. values, .?, '-.r. _ " e ", : ,;. ". -. .; t', ,>
e e ,. ,
"' "
.".,", .,,_, .'', ,Every.- I."".- article" ' :J.I.;>_W'Fred..,_ ate* :f1f.' ,"'.I\"$nl.".,.: al->b'!;:redt, lj.q. .;,,:, ,<''ktii'- :; .

*, 'L .. fo
ro.xi R. '
y; >r t + -

4.n.rAitsti4'ekx' asngy'ypl a "4nvw s.r .t a

.<,,",, .. .. ,yt,' M, .. , 'f; x.n..r .' ./1- y ll ,.

a r I1rr 9J




( OUR CHOICE FOR GOVERNOR pretty well, but he feared It would C M.\ T. C. OFFICER ANNOUNCES I ,
VALLEY GAZETTE not continue: however, if they drop- TRAINING CAMP PLANS 1;: ,
KISS1HHEE Col. Robt. W Davis locomotive. St. Augustine This is MICHELIN ,"
By ped the Lieut. Col. L. a. Mathews C. M. T. a year ,
Editor Gainesville Sun,' Jan. 16, 1924 Record. with
Fourth Area
t BUBLJSHED BT C. Officer, Corps

THE KI88IMMKBJ VALL.RT GAZETTE In the good county of Marion; near; CHRISTIANITY NOT DISTURBED headquarters at Atlanta Ga., announces .
EVERY: FRIDAY ten or that plans are now being
Jy forty yean ago some aeRfle lro
t KISSI.I>>!'.:E, FLORIDA Citizens Military
twelve miles north of Ocala, a country A prominent New York churchman, completed to'provide

W" B. HARRIS -......,...Pr..ld.ntE. boy was born who was destinedto when asked what he thought would Training Camps for 1924, for of No. a
Q. VANS INBW..Secrvlai bean honor to Ms native state be' the effect on Christianity of the young men from 17 to 24' years
( ALLISON T. FRENCIi........-.Edllor That country boy was John W. -Mar contest between the modernists and age from the eight loutheastemstates. '".

"l'""r".ON RATES tin. He was the grandson of two fine the fundamentalists affected "Chris! '
I One Copy, One Year.--......<.00 old Floridians.: Those grand old tianity will not be at aU. These popular government! camps ,
One Copy, His Month-.,.....!....... 1.00 grundsires were Col. John M. Martin That is unchangeable. Men may have become a regular part of theaumnur'l
.. .. .60
One Copy, Thre Montha.
- who commanded the famous nthFlorida have different views on certain pha program both for the regular

(Entered M the poet rtlce at KUnlm-. regiment in the troubled dar lei of the creative plan and the advancement army, which runs the camps,
L tree .Florida *. wcond-clMi* matter.) of the Confederacy: and who was the of the human race but and for the young men, who obtain

All communication; except from au last surviving member of the Confederate as to the religion of Jesus' 'Christ the thirty days' outing at government -

liorlaod cvrroHponclffiita muat b. alfn congress: ; the maternal grand- there can be no difference.' Either it expense. Graduates frrm lutyear's
ed by the wrller., farmer stands or it falls. Either we accept have been asked to reserve -
R.. >cted' will bo returned It sire was lion. James' B. Owen a camps
ji matter
called tor. and fruit grower of Marlon coun it and put it into practice in our daily placed for this year, and already

t ty. When the great freeze Of 1896 lives or we reject it and set up standards ,, hundreds have signified their
Forltn| Adv.rtl.lii. Repro Mmtatlv. 1 came and the orange groves of the of our own. There is no middle intention to return Camps will be he'd

; THEAMERICANPRESSASSOCIATIONFRIDAY state were swept away, these good ground." at Camp McClellan Ala., (near An-

people were left poor. This man i is not a minister.) He Wston), Fort Bragg, N. CH, ( near I

JANUARY 25.; 1921 John W. Martin, who is now our was an ex-judge and a banker who Fayetteville), and Foil Barrancas,

-- ( choice for governor of Florida was had reached: the three score and ten Florida, (rear, Pen acollt.) The dot s.

; THE STRAWBERRY DEAL I fifteen years old when financial milestone. Evidently he was less ambitious of the camps' this year are from July

I ( distress! came upon his own father. for notoriety than some ministers 3 to August 2, inclusive, and trainingwill {'

1 As long since forecast by the Courier lie had been attending the public who have been much in print be offered in infantry
the irawberry crop this year is .schools. of his county but he realized lately. To him the Christian religion field artillery, coast artillery, engineers -

likely to exceed that of last year by the necessity of finding employment r, taught him more than a half century and signal corps. :Men without

a wide margin. At this time the in older (hat he might be of assistance ago, hat proven a safe guidethrough I previous t training will bo able to take "Lock the stable door before House"I

t amount delivered in Plant City exceeds -to his family.'' He went to all these years and he still ,, the- I'llp'i'll| Basic Gourde, which enables -

that up to the name period of 'Jacksonville to seek work. His first \ clings to it with reassuring confidence. i them to take elementary train- the horse is stolen"

last year by nearly 40 per cent. Of job in that city paid him three dollars lie is net disturbed by any I I inlL'. It is planned to urge men from
course there may be a "fall -down" !I per week. lie worked faithfully lie modern thought that conflicts with the same town to travel together andto

later on but the fields are lookingfine was honest nnd manly and true. lie the Christ story; nor is he in sympa be assigned as buddies in the same Michelin
and there !is every prospect that worked by day and read books at thy with the alarm felt by the exI I i iccmpanics i at camp. Get our prices on

s the fruit will keep on growing and night. When he came of age he mar trl'nJt''it'ws of the fundamentalist. j,I Application blanks and informationmay

ripening until late In the spring. I dried a sweet Florida girl. When he He simply stays by the Christian religion -!I[, : be obtained from the C. M. T. C.

Prices however are below last sea was thirty-two years old he wag s as it is, as' it has been from Officer, Red Rock Building Atlanta W.-B. MAKINSON

on's level. The slump in price durinI mayor of that metropolitan city: the beginning!, and always will be. I Georgia.

I the holidays cut a big notch in1 the where his first job had paid him three! Probably all of us should be leas

total. The market has not yet re- ,, dollars a week. He was re-elected concerned about technical translations Near Depot Phone
covered. In spite of the increased to several times. God bless a country than in faithful practice of the x

tall of shipments by freight and express boy like that. spirit of Christ's teachings.! Following --- --- -- - .. -- - -

I. the total of the cash paid the There are new five or six candidates; ; the advice of Roger Babson .. -

growers is less by about $3,000 than in the field for governor of Florida. economist, not preacher-to get downon 1 11dvert
the sum that had been distributed a John W. Martin is easily the leading our knees in an old fashioned Beautiful Yard Splendid "

year ago. candidate. The? race is conceded the o prayer meeting would probably do I
; This is discouraging though it does between John Martin, Hon. Frank each of us as individuals! and society LET ME SIIOW YOU

'I' not necessarily mean that strawberry ,, -K. Jennings and ex-Governor Sidn-y in the aggregate, more good than all '

I 1 growing is ceasing to be profitable. J. Catts. It is for the democratic the learned discussions by professors j' "AN IDEAL HOME"

For one thing there is a lower price people of the state to decide between and preachers over their disagreements
I level on all fruits in the north. Citrus these. three. Recently Mr. Jennings and their dogmas
1 I has practically hit the bottom. The I '4 Blocl:7 Blocks from Business Section
challenged' John Martin to debate. Men need to repent as much today
apple crop brought such unsatisfactory That debate took place in Gainesville as when John the Baptist cried out FOR SALE: THE PRICE WILLL SUIT YOU

prices last fall that much fruit Monday night.( The circuit courtroom I hat doctrine in the wildl'rne.M"n -- ._-- --- -- -
i* was left on the trees. The people are could not hold half the people are as .contentious, as wicked and a.< Volt I< \1.1'{: \\nrilrolie trunk ,hiiin.l,
'1 not paying as much for what they eat ,who came to hear it. The challenge! ( corrupt as when Jesus came into the I", \\ \\ .nl in ,'.1 it itg..I. .IH I ammil Sam L. Lupfer
uonlf.( lintk jHtttl) 2enbbt( '
as they had! been paying for some rf Mr. Jennings' ;! had been issued to world. There are as well marked xttet x

;years previous. John Mnrtin alone. other then. Tht"etr,- -- ''
No candidate 'hvpocritenow a" Ideal Location 8-Room (
1'heie does not seem to be any real had been included. The Gainesville whitened sepulchers full of dead 1'l.:d: 511.1 I:: -v. i .iiiiiMin;: : ;i.iMti iiuxiiiilth .-
1. .111,1 I >TII' < nl I'tlM'tlH
of strawberries. The
overproduction \\ Ifll "|
Sun in advocating one candi- !, men'1bone- now as then. And theremedy l lll.lll' Florida crop has the market pretty d"te. never throws!' mud at another announced for these sins i- "hu-II''. S., ,,ilMii| \ .iiin, li.ithx. :2411 1
well to itself, and its only handicap W" trv 10 ppenk the truth. | the same now as then. The old fash- ", ...,,, .. ." li 111" "M,,1"101 1 ,,. 1'1.! < xI'ciK .
I is the limited buying capacity of the .. .
It unfortunate debate for iened will in tOoIA
northern was an I |>'in.\c meeting! even 1<.\1.1': in I IM: -h.iiit.i- \ tin- ;
people. Mr! Jenninvs and his challenge re- this advanced ape, avail mute than all ntii\ ilouiu'. ,tn. 1.\ i i Ia' ItislrlMC5.r '
r 1 It must be remembered, that a acted 1 upon him. Before that parkedand I the m w fashioned di.'lIsonand; lilya"u] |I',| I \V '' I 11 \\ III t.Ik, ,.Ii>
t'' quart of berries must sell for at least cheermir audience that countrvIn contention*.--Orlando RrpoiterStarMAT I I ,n gaud. II''in, III Inthwu' ,, > 01 l t it'. |I",it up,.. I" UDITORIUMDA
.1 I f.lll.l Itl HIIII fat
.0' II c' "|
twenty-five cents over the price paid '. John :Martin towered like the< tilt to other l llimitll *.% StOh. hdrwud
for it here, in order for the shipperto peak of I the "himborare towers o\ei' : ; WEEK'S COXGKFSSIMKHKSTS :" ; iilli ,NIKli' Vililn.hf Lib in ,lii .\. I:
,I make any profit. That means that the innge of t the Andes !II Ir. Jennings : __Tl'RPE.VriXE::" : MEN:" c' '.11.. c .I.izrt !.. < Mfli.irm

a quart which sells for a quarter here / had Mild and some n '-. -- YTONA BEACH
I newspaperswho !: SU.1: j .in.i I..IH nod I r. "riloiU -
Wayand of forest
must command at least fifty rents : weans stopping! .
me advocating him hadaid I: I I iii v I' Ilon.'uan'i .IOh-.II'-)
s i from the dealer in New York who undertakes that John \V. ;Marlin h..ln'l l n'atfo'm' fileand, the general waste of our, \\ ill M-ll "it I '.un oo I \\' K
to handle it, and that means state and national forest. resourcesviii I n.n i 'M\, I I-MII..I: |, ./"i hl.. f-Yla;
Taking up !Mr. Jennings'' platform :Mr. ,
1 that the retailer must get around 75 :Martin be I the main topics for. round table Monday January 28th8:15JOSEF
lead it plank by plank even Pal( 511.1huta'hd: ,. iii .rlO'"I.h-. ,
discussion at the Sixth Southern
cents for it. down unto the "thirteenth Thr'nnull'ntr iii 'ii\i-iitim liiitmnliiu with tut,ih
1 I/ There will always' be a limit to the !': from his pocket a c of th" I"< retry Con .T'Sq which meet in I I' iiiiiii i lot. 7ri\lr>' ,, uitlJK' iiinl latinI -
py Savannah the 28th 29 ] 30th of I tll I \ shad Il ltd Iiv n, ''..'>.11".1
S amount of fruit which can be sold at :Miami Mernld : on an
'Mr.. Martin! : Oi'wedthat HII) tililn \ gl.p.fnnt i | and urnitwi LHEVINNE-Russian Pianist.
j 1 1 retail at that price. If some means 'he had there /given his platformof January. Turpentine operators, lumbermen I' ? x < IIris.l 1 IIXtllM'H' ( SIiN' I .I II

; could be devised whereby Florida principles at !least seven weeks ,he and nil persons, whose lime 1 I'lmli 6afI.un, xllti-l" __ 4 IfiKOH .:. MARGARET D'ALVAREZ-Spanish Contralto.
strawberries could and money are invested in be sold in New: fore !Mr. Jennings published hiNot" :' \\ : -
York in mid-winter for no to 40 centsa only that but it 1 that j'i \\ indu-try are cordially invited I< vlK I.OIIIK 'lMii.rn.-fi i.inrn. 2
appeared 110mI'of plorIt? n l It. rails r l ull .. quart to the actual consumer, the !Mr. Jennings' "plank were to attend the congress and take 1' room luiitt I In "1"'l'all.." Moii" onI Joint RecitalTVO
it amount of fruit which the market ticallv identical with those of part in the discussion. I" tniiln Hour. doing ,0..1| l UHln...fM. fat
1 wculd absorb would be more than !Martin.\ pra"-I The sole aim of the congress/ is to I 7R l.v, If.o' inn M.11 lit, a bargain!
I HisTM'UNT; : ;; clulnif Koud! blitlitirsa
, doubled. preserve our present forest resourcesfrom WONDERFUL ARTISTS
These planks covered good firm IIIHM In cv *rmrtIrular.| best
Y i+ Just as in the case of citrus fruits education, ,reapportionment, the drain- fire, work rut a r-foTestlllion I I.'nll'n' town. S'J Mil'lintl.r.
I the problem comes down to the cost atre of the Everglades, and reductionof plan that is practical and to show 'KlBBlM 4i -Ifc
-- --- -- -- --
t \ of distribution;! and delivery. That taxation. The only trouble was, owner- of timber properties how simple FOR 8A 1.1---1'1: ne icald.-h C.. proptrivApply Prices-$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $:.50, plus Tax.

';If I expense is Florida's limitation. There said Mr. Martin! the Mr. Jennings( and valuable are the efforts rev ,' HI the office of The Valley

j"i :' is no remedy at our command at this ; had been able to broadcast his plat. quired to foster new growth' on cut. J'I Gazette: KiKBlmnio-1 r-t! Mail orders to Auditorium, Daytona Beach Fla.

...: time .but the next thing to it is the j! form by paid page advertisements in over lands. FOR SALE-Banana plants Indr tlnlf.r .
'J :r cultivation of ,the home market I II the newnnapers. and John Martin's' The best authorities on forestry i i I J "arl..I. ),',. 2S cents.. e"V.!...,. M.w B. Harris.j .. or Phone;" 939, .. .
turnendne'production basic -+ .wx.Ir' "M ,
lumber 1'1'J-" ,
HSPWith '
had I
: 'la'winter 'of i purse not i been long .enough'forthat ( ?" ?"
population 'AI
over ]' and < "". SECONI' II AND MUhaDIouahteaold, < ",ct < ; A,1 ,41 rLh + *.. *
: 1
working requirements will be ( {:
t s two million people close enough to { 'All the'eame-John W. Mar- heard the t I r aud repulrcd. Ilitt'' Ctmliio.'+ ->i*''?'i4ll kTic( Ts ON"SAL1EtJANUARY2l8tVl1tliem i \ ) : ,
during three-day. (
V the strawberry growing centers to escape tin will be the next governor of Flor ('ongr"ss. 'I .
the, high ida. Hut there will not be too n uch FOR PAI.K. For It..n" RunllshrdRnmu
transportation charges
mid. Nn Tr-Hi HitH Cards let
-pecrh-maKinir. All
which the northern ----- ----- I IC'onid"r attending! will t d
buyer nvust reins rc'h at Tini incttr oflii-r d
\ inflight. 10 he possible to have several pay. the p-ohibition law I' I himan opportunity to make thuinelve _. .

million boxes of berries consumed at writ-ten, into the ("onMitufon. th" heaicl.The '. ]l WANTED. \ ._" -- -

home; and the valueof the homo foundation rock rf ,the Unite I Stale*. j; rongiesi will )be held in Savanna __ = __ __
market It a put these, by a majority of the )"', loll iinifipal< ; nucl forum' and \\VN'liii: '!I'l. litiv )l.iu. .in.iiiiln ..I,.Ii
{. so great that it I should be i I II' ,
i Ilk i -.i i"u,l.i ix I 1',10\' tI;I *. '
I. held i c pie ad ncr through the le- convention facilities, such hotels f.1
and improved at all hazards. pruner I ns Mit i I
1y 1
Plant City Courier. -al niaclimp'-v eM .hjhe] .1 )by, the meet, ner places for conferences and -- - made, when I was a girl"Hcdeers'
founders of the American, hbl.rty. If entertainment will be ample. HVVI: \ -VI4I.I. II\N N\: ..1. \\r\-
1 -- ---- von late out stone I This i is tc l.cthe 5 KIN IN 'KIM. \.
I one f'om Ihs: greatest and it i is .
Tint S\l.r. nil. send' Murk of ll\f
A SAD HOUR foundation that gives another planned! largest' forest .
i' man rv convention l.tlN _'"S X I.1'' fir! .Slllllll K iMHllllttl.. ,
or dims 'f men the riirht to take out] ever held\ in the United States and<
It is a sad hour in the political his. I :\ stone that they don't like, and when} I will be attended by many governmentand /: 1,11. Hilil.ll.I. . fin. I.IIM.IIm, tllltuieKlKhtioi I
that Inch I] full t" thuh I ltuI 1 1 1 1oui delicious pancakes with
:. tory of America when officials announce icious practice has begun' e\eiy state officials. from the south. html'. mid I giiiunu halt, 1'iltc* ,
from the platform that tone in the l building will l bp taken I The congress will provide a liberal 1,011.1."I'I, | | ) \ \jilli. ;"z.1\. tf the old-time
favor law enforcement or when they can ,,\vafor there is no principle or law I education to the man whose moneyor ___ __ _ __n____ _ __ _ 10, buckwheat taste.

didates give voice to the Hume in American; institutions that has not time or both are invested in wood LOST '
t' pression. The theme has been harped ex 't, enemies. If you happen not to or pr I l like ]. 'iST-- 1n II" H glua.l m-nr Cnnh FP d 1 1t
nrohibition law
and l elect Any information about
on so much that it has begun to revolve to the conTesl t <*"niIHI! \ 'K |llll.O of 'iMIHllK'HK KllHl'T mixed with water or milk.
around the central government I disregard it, you are setting; an example and facilities for visitors may pl..asr return to Is 1C K The public however, is not much interested to the man who ha* a prede- be obtained! by addressing the Savan- I rerI\'<* I""WH nl 5-3tc
in law enforcement talk. ''ertirn for killing human beings and nah Board of Trade. ---- -- ----.
It I-< > T-Orw Akron t KIIMO! In- 'lit.n'.i n. 9.
is interested vitally interested. in en I Ihe can claim as much right to mur i bet w ccri KlBHlmtne Huts ,.Imp| anti' .
forcement as a reality, instead of asa { der as you can claim to sell booze; SECOND:" ROAD BUILDERS I Kedv fTiM-lt 1"I".h'r I lea v.- HI (3itx II
41a ,; ."cI mere promise. the' man who wants to steal horses CONFERENCE:" :NEXT MONTH: '! J In the I and hogs will act on his natural bent BUCKWHEATof
." first had it not been that
;. .. officials holding positions of public i and rob you of your herds and the The second road builders conference I FOUND =:

.V" trust betrayed the power reposed i in man who has a propensity fr.r burn I will be held by the General Extension F'IINIJ--I. "Inuit rilnlHiir pall
i them there would have been no reason I ing down houses will !start! up hi. line I Division and the college of i i horn-rim nod vlaHHt' with Mforn
d/ to keep the matter before the of crime and have as. much right to I engineering of the University of it\ 'n""s owner cull nt Ciazi-ttf: ufn-e .

'jj I( people. Nothing so disturbs the mind do so a' you have to fiolate the liquor Florida at Gainesville, February 13, 7-lf

I'' 'I I of the average citizen as to see an I law. If any class of men hold they. 14 and 15. Highway .engineers county

e 1, I official himself not respecting: : the are not bound to respect the prohibition commissioners and all interestedcitizens STOP COUGHING
\ f law and the : law and are allowed to out arc invited to attend, accord.
ll j ;. I ; unof/lcial not 01'an official I carry Coughs entire feverish .conditions
1", leads ni'rrbers of citizens into their beliefs, our whole government I ding to B. C. Riley director of the throat inn] ICUIK strain and lead to 'I

1! the law violation habit. l I is then nothing!, and we are back' general extension division who .says : luic-umoiiiu null ,nprioiix sick flees. The

q1 1 I Thus it is that at this time (there iitrain to the days when every man "lielieving! that much benefit may be sooner volt quit couglnii dale| cuiciicr : .....
;; are pending; _two resolutions in I does what is right in his own eves. derived by an exchange of views on JCMI will feel better and) n lic-tti- ur -
Either respect the whole law highway; questions. Dean J. R. Bentonof niirlit's rc'Ht. I oriarcli'H Cough Syiiip'
It designed or giveup
t' to flay public official*I I (ICr'usoic.l| ) and .. .
rasi'H .Ih inIlnrnrd
( the -
I claim college of
from your unon American citizen engineering; I'rof.
*'f : drinking liquor. There is no P. 1.. ruw throHlK, niiM, ,'" the pltlc>fii
"I ship.-Arcadia Reed head of the'department of
direct violation EnterpriseThat .
of the law in taking a without rac-kmic cir Mt ra in ImI t. 1.1 nt. t'. -
., .i drink of intoxicants hut it is quite I -;: civil engineering and other universi the lungs, uucl rrniovrn theCMIIW of of your property so that the same I READ THE VALLEY
r probable that some law had to be the Florida tourist coma may i tv officials have planned n program/ tIp, troubli*. !>,. wiiriMil by the first may be filed for record in the Asses. GAZETTE
::3 violated before the intoxicants be made a community asset i is the op for the 1924 conference for load roiiich. <;,.t" )lH>the| of f.i'otinrcli'H sor's office, as the Supreme court has
'.J 't to mouth. came 'I inion of most people who look ahead. builders which will interest every Cough Syrup (Creosoted i t ) train your ruled that where property is not
Tourist campers are corning this izen in the state, and will clrujrgist. Pine for roughs. ri'''fiR. returned -
It never should have year undoubted or listed for
p' come in the rnppe crou ,. assessment eachyear
' in ] whooping congli anti
life of this greater numbers than ever before. ly be attended by large numbers of l hy 1 the
t' f republic that political can- The bronchitis. Pleasant Bate and ante owner or agent the same
i.ff r- didates and] political parties were community that entertains 1000 taxpayers as well as professional engineers must be assessed an "UNKNOWN." COMETO
+ forced campers' this season will likely if it and county commissioners of i
' t ,{ r. to declare they were not op NOTICE WM. I. BARBER,
does a good job, be called the state.
if! 'J posed to law enforcement. That much upon to I fi-2tc. Assessor of Taxes. TilE
11 : should be implied truth in the existence entertain 10,000 a few years hence. Prof. Reed has been advised tha I To the Property Owners of Osceola
',..1 : of any political party. There Aside from the money !spent! by the the Florida State Road Deoartment County: Business

should be no more reason to assert tourists while they are here who can finds the dates set to be satisfactory I will be at the places on dates ;\ University of.
it than there is for say how many realty investors and and will help in every I given below
a child to declare way for the purpose. of '
, receiving I Kissimmee
(, it loves It parents. permanent citizens there are among to roalse the conference a success. The tax returns for the 1924 Laundry Tampafor
them year :
! + The greatest trouble and the first Let's show them hospitality United States bureau of public roads Shingle Creek Station Jan. 28
;; ,l on a par with our climate and other has/promised to send its ,
trouble lies in the fact that officials highway ex- forenoon. 20 STEWART an accurate business
.' hibiK AVENUE
relour< Florida
Magazine. to. Gainesville
themselves contrary to law. What accompanied by Campbell Station, Jan. 28, after
F w t the 'law says they should do, they A story is going the rounds .ihat a speftkey-frenajjie department. Other noon. PHONE 198 ing. Our enviable reputation

should do. The people expect them on a recent: trip to the Pacific oas theJstate pronfuqeat." speakers well known to Narcoossee P. O., Jan. 29, forenoon. for accuracy create a greaterdemand
to be more law-abiding than the people William{ Wrigley, Jr., was orged-by -Ubr all and nation will be present Deer Park P. O., Jan. 29, afternoon. Y. J. LING Proprietor
themselves. For the law maker his friends to kill his engineers, contractors county Kenanaville. Jan. 30, forenoon. for graduates than we
unusually he8YJ'adverlialnC officials
; and the law enforcer who does not appropriations his rial and manufacturers of mate. Lokosee Jan. 30, afternoon. I WORK SHIRTS ----______lOc can fill. Suitable
obey the law has the permit and equipment who expect to PLAIN boardingprocured.
s? same general I business to continue on the moments be Mulberry Sink Jan. 31, afternoon. WHITE SHIRTS 12He
M Influence *. the pastor whose life present or send representatives St. Cloud to be Your comfort and .
tum we-
trained COLLARS
by at later
not bow that put expenditures and should notify Immediately the a -_________. ,3c
of hU
flock: or any t 1 take this In depart. date. fare are
' } + k other exemplar that seta a bad ex. J;His reply money was that the train profit they versity ment of of civil The of the Uni Kissimmee office at court houae REASONABLE PRICES FOR paramount.. -. "",,s' "

{ pmplik Paua Beach'Pott. program will open all through March. I COME'i'
.were on teemed to be going along be announced OTHER
f .... at'el'7 early date." Note ARTICLES :
< ( )-Please
bring t.
correct: lists .
a, t IIp 1 ill f-: .$,
.. 'I l ',_ r I ,
id .
I. :-T '**' '" '.o : .: 1.-" 1"_ .j' _- _" -_ "___, ,,...'... ,,'_. .....J K, atlr.a., ... r--"'" {... ";\.l-a :., '
( a5. .l
7 v "t4" i8: ..u.c: .. ...-.:; ...0 /4'1)\)
-144.f, .
.. .if p
'ui: Io.. J -,,-- .. --S ,. -
"Wfc 'i .r; .J.J. 'S. :, .1 ," .
1.\\ ,;'<> .! ,..._,' 11y. , f'o.;,.. ,"' 'iiitr:. 611 t< 0 'Wt..
.y' x'i: 1 iN1., -:, Ir.1.t'C, /.'
/.n x':1..L "V ,
,' ,
")' 'l" : " \ i'--ilt '"
: ", "
.. y
"; >"M' 'I>' s txiy, $? '
7 'lJ

7J .wY. - -- .

."ii ,r

A \ j7N \

. ... .., - -;-
WEDNESDAYThe 'f' _ _
: A meeting tof Theodore Roosevelt
team of Osceola
; ffh School Camp No. 13, United Spanish War
[f played Orlando "
! Ugh[ Wednesday afternoon was a far Veterans T. ,' William called by of Post Sanford CommanderFred QUALITY GOODSAT
looking crowd from the
:i Happenings ing held in! the Chamber of Commerce at
standpoint, than it was last Sat
: urday against Bartow They got In Orlando Thursday ,night, 'twenty. ,.
seven veterans being present. Sergeant
ome real team work and at
\/ti'S'' ... periods of the game led, the visitors long St. Cloud John contingent.A.' McCarthy headed the LOWEST ATMilar's ;l
by a few points _
hi" Eat at Dupont's Cafe tfJackson's .4044)0440 0440400440e The final 1 score was :35 to 21, the Eight recruits were accepted. and
t : T li e. I last half sworn info the organization Including
Woodyard: Phone >4. REPORT having increased the differ
64tcJ. WEATHER ence between the two scores. Otto : W. G, Hankins, J. II. Beet, andE. '
Wtettstcin the star Orlando G. Vans Agnew of.Kissimmee.
war for
I. Official ,
Bulletin of Store
S. Raines, of Madison is visitinghis 4 perature and precipitations daily ten-fur- with Fairfield 'a dose 'second, while 'The next meeting of the Post will Variety
W. J. for Kissimmec Milton''' be held in St. Cloud on' Feb. 1
daughter Mrs. Reynolds 4 fished by.the Kls.lmwe Co- 0 Graham shot Friday, .
and family. this week. t, + operative. U. 8. Weather Bureau the most baskets, with'Dick Bandy a I ruary 8. ,..
Mrs. Ella Smith and son, Hugh, of <* Thursday Station, ,for January: the 24 week r ending. feature second.was the Orlando's team. worK outstanding under the I ., .

Orlando, were week-end guests of basket, to get the ball in the clear.1 .
Mr. and Mrs.\ W. H. Swain. + Date -Max.Mln. Prep..* Kissimmee'H team work was far superior I FOR SALE

K. T's candles at Bryan's. Grocery Friday Jan 18.67 57 .33 4 to the Bartow gnnve. and the I Enamelware Aluminumware Dry ;
Buy team looks It '
Fresh day. * Saturday, Jan 19..83 68 .01 4 now 118 If will bi .h'e ,I ,
Store. every Monday, Jan 21....64 45 .01 4 to give a good!" account of itself in To Settle an EstateFive "

W. J. Steed attorney of Kissimmee Tuesday Jan 22...65 40 .00 future games.
was a business visitor in Arcadia Wed'sday Jan 23.75 48 .00 Goods and Notions
) DeSoto News. Thursday Jan 24 78 68 <
Monday.- County .07 ST. CLOUD POLICEMANTO room cottage,
Readings are hade, at 0:00 p. *
Mrs. William Matthei. of Norwood m. for the preceding twenty-four 4 -- ,with modern im-
Ohio. i la upending the winter with her hours.. < 4J.: "M. Smith of the SaInt' Cloud police -
mi IT, Mrs. W. II. Wysong on Em- ALLISON T. FRENCH. force, has announced his candi-
melt street. Co-operative Observer 4 dacy for sheriff of Osceola county in residential section, We carry line of high-grade Paintat

000404004 044444000 the democratic primaries. Mr. Smith I
showing of spring hats at near Court House.
has been the force in Saint I
on police .
The Hat Shop. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. Wilson and Toomef's Fertilizer Cloud for Corner lot 75 150
-- years, having come to x: a bargain price
... When giving: a'party, order K. T"I a Acent.State reputation. II. C. Stanford .- Florida! four years; ago from Georgia. feet, with 225 feet of
candies from Bryan's Grocery Store He is tile I proprietor of a gror.ery'store.
I Do like and restaurant in Saint Cloud cement sidewalk. Or-
you candy Buy K. T'a at T
Elsie McCoskey. who is em- and was in work
Miss formerly turpentine
Bryan's Grocery Store. It Is .
ployrd in the department of Herbert good. both in Florida and Georgia. anges, Grapefruit, ,

V. Foy of Tampa spent Sunday with Frederick H. Putnam of New York, and Pecan trees. GIVE US A CALL AND BE
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mc- who is publicity man for the New TOURIST RECEPTION Cheapest property in
Coskey, of Finley avenue. York State Conservation Commission FIRST OF FEBRUARYSaint

Toother's Fertlliteri was a Kisafmmee visitor this Kissimmee at $1600.J. CONVINCE'
Wilson and week. Mr. Putnam is also] publicity John'M Guild will entertainthe D
have a State reputation. II. C. Stay M. WILLSON
director for the Saratoga Springs tourists at an informal receptionat
ford Agent. ___ __ Chamber of Commerce lie is touring the Parish House on Friday even- Executor J. D. Fisher's
W. A. Conerly has recently purchased the stale by automobile and is exhibiting ing, February 1 at 8 o'clock. All are Estate
two lots in Magnolia Park, moving pictures of New York cordially invited to attend. .). .M. w.r -

and will shortly begin erecting a residence State. .. .
- - --- -- -- - ----- -
there.K. I I WOOD I WOOD! WOOD! .

T's pralines crystalized grapefruit I l am still prepared to furnish my ;

orange: stick and other candies .oatomers with 120 veneer bloc. '.
Hryan's Grocery Store. 15-inch delivered for 13.16; 12-inch
at blocks, $2.95. Split for rtove-wood,,
Charles F. Tatum left Monday for guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for '
r" former home at Macon where he $3.35; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your The /
v", 1 put on a ale o' Kisimmee lou winter's supply now. All delivered. Cost of a Car ,

' \-Magnolia Park section. Phone 91. J. Bonin. 48-ti ,
----- -----
I Booster! Numbers of The Gazette,. KATZ HROTIIEKS H 41'ING J.
for mail: 11each. ANNUAL JANUARY:' SALE
wrapped l and leady ng

nits -- The department. ----store of Kat is no measure of its value

I linv the agencv\ for Singer Sew- Brothers picsentel n different scene
"LMai'limes in Osceola County. C. this morning than it >did \esterday .
Yesterday the store v.ns closed, ,
\ Kidding. getting
These the consider
---- \ ready for the annual January are things to
'Ia .-irlll' and }Im'.let: dancing cla) +< sale, which i is a regular] pricecuttingevent. 'I.
i ,. Saturday: morning at ten o'clock) .
?.t ri.idi-nre of Mrs. II. J. Burrows,, The proprietor this year announce
_ _", (Churth 't rpl't. Phone 252. Mrs that article in their nock with
every -IE cost of a car depends in large gineers, with our wealth of ex- ations including 15 coats of paint
!: "<.11!! J. ('rum, leather. the exception of m'crvoven socks,
will;\ I be offered at II Fulxtantial reduc 1'part on volume and efficiency. perience, we probably know what is and varnish. ,

.In to 20' reduction en men's and tion. Thi sale. which !1111.111 throughnext / It is no criterion of value. best.We Open cars have rea\ leather
I uits' at the SHOE & MEN'SLIIOP. Tuesday, include several lots of) Studebaker builds 150,000 fine cars use 35 formulas for steels. cushions. They cost, over imitation

men's clothes, an well a" well known yearly. All of them are Sixes. The Each is best suited to certain parts,
- leather, about $25 car.
brands of other wearing apparel.Women's per
R'ilson and To"mer'" Fertilizers main costs are divided by that enor- as proved by years of tests.

I"; ,* a State reputation.. II. C. Stanf *. and all kinds clothing of dry children'ood.. are clothing beini,, mous' output. Thus at prices of $975 On some steels we pay the makersa No closed cars could be more luxu-

ni). Agent. sold in a manner which maker! the and up we offer the utmost in quality. bonus of 15 / to get them exactly rious. That lining of Chase Mohairis

I '!-iRMcal and ballet dancing class. dollar last. Ah advertisement on We offer maximum values. right. There is no room to excel us made from the soft fleece of Angora

i. -v Satui'
residence of Mrs. U. J. Burrows, the bargains. Under other conditions they might: # save about two-thirds that costupto
:'_ ('IIITI'tr't.. Phone 252. Mrs. offer less than
twice much
cost ; as yet $100
1.l'sel!l J. Crum teacher. We machine the entire surface of
STRICTLY AMERICAN! : PRODUCT these. each crank shaft, as was done on Note how every detail denotes infinite -
latest! .style. and all new stock of Some major costs
." .rs and hosiery for nil the familv. Among motion pictures recentlyproduced Liberty Airplane Motors. That ex- care. That, as you know, is p
Price reasonable SHOE & MEN'S by the United States department Quality cars require costly facili tra cost i is heavy. But thus we get expensive.
SHOP. of agriculture a one-reel ties. Studebaker has: Note the completeness !

Wilson and _Toomer's Fertilizers film American entitled'Cup"Caseins that Cheers, a ,Strictly.. h i of , $50.000,000 invested in of our larger models. The
,' y: t modern plants and equip, nickel plated bumpers {
: ,
.have a State reputation. II. C. Stanford special) interest to formers of the ;,11 "
Agent southern shore line 'and to manufacturers &i./:: :...: 1 ment. $8. OO.OOO i in t ir:, extra 'disc wheels with :.:'\. ..
.' ( of soft drinks., This film portrays : \ .' forge plants alone. $10', ;"Io ;,.: : cord tires steel > .
i\\ ij\\ rastGo'"andStudebaker a
-See '
( f '.M'I"ll i )i; ,;\
Magnolia Park lots are all plattedv the work of the bureau of chem- 000,000 in body plants;' ; ; t\\\* : .!'' )1'a' These'" -
.f numbered and selling-prices $50, istry in developing from a nativeeutbcrn ,
'">. $JOO. $126. Terms $10 down and holy| a catrei'1 '-"..arlnR' product to carry out the Stude- is today the leader in the are rare extras even on 4,
t nor month. :No-: interest, no tax See from which can be made a beverage baker standards. the costliest; cars.
I I. per and, Tatnm. Rooms 1 and 2 over with the taste and ftmiulatinc! There are 12,500 up- fine-car field.Studebaker.

*- ,itr Hank building.. tf properties of tea a pnjatnble! "soft to-date machines employed builds more quality cars than Nothing is stinted
-- drink" a delicate flavo for ice (cream, to build these:
done at other in the world.
Wiitrh and olork repairing any concern
and almost aiilxtitute
an perfect !
i N. Kildmg'n Furniture" Store. cars. Some are enor- Compare part by part
the "yerbn mate, used ?'o extensivelyin mously expensive.Few Buyers of fine cars last year spent over with any rival cars.

You will \be, surprised to find price Sobtli America. ; justify; $200,000,000 for Studebaker models. Studebaker will show
Work on this plant was begun by
> rn-onnWe) at the the bureau of chemistry duiin the such facilities. Then The demand for Studebakers has almost you some scores of ad
: I: SHOP.
-- World! war with a view" to providingn parts must be bought outside trebled in three years as people found vantages.:
The school lunchroom continues its native supply of caffeine f-- medicinal and profits paid to consider '.
them out. Studebaker
Then ,
Last After the close of the
i -.ini I Attendance and interest. purposes.
week it was the recipient of a bag of war an experimental plant was established others. Then go see them. Ccmpars them with history. For 72

i usually, fine potatoes from Mrs. O. near Charleston, S. C., and -any car you will. Don't spend $1,000 or years this name has stood
method of Studebaker engineering -
I' Taw.I there was worked out a
manufacturing caiHina products on a costs $SOO, OO per over without knowing what Studebaker for quality. When people

I have moved my Furniture Store commercial scale. year. That to us is $$3.33 offers. You owe that to yourself.that rode in carriages
)business! from Stewart avenue to the The picture in question outlines Studebaker built the
,t"*e formerly occupied by the Palms graphically the history of cassinn, per car. best. Now those same t,
'afe on Broadway. C. N. Fielding.Shaves which wm used a* a ceremonial drink Our Department of traditions to
are applied
by the Indians long before the comingof search and Experiment
15c; haircut., 35c; children the white man, and later by the employs 125 skilled! men. motor cars alone.

r5c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf soldiers of the Confederate armies asa It makes _500,000 tests per year to perfect balance, that absence of Consider Studebaker records. Mark

.Mr and, Mrs. G. W. Rittenour and substitute for ten, and shows inconsiderable maintain our standards. \ vibration.We how these cars in service have multiplied -

mn, John of Ohio, arrived in Kissimmee. in making! detail the the several processes t'asllinaprorluch followed Our Bureau of Methods and use more Timken bearingsthan .demand until people last year
Thursday, of last week, by aulomorile. ; for Studebaker
via Washington, D. C., for an that have been developed.An Standards fixes the requirements for any other car which' costs un- paid
interesting feature is a scene il- and detail. 12,000 inspec- cars.
< \tended visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. every part der 5600. They cost considerably
Mrs. justrating a legend to the effect thatan tions for each car to ,
T Mnrple. !Mrs. Rittenour is arc necessary more than ball bearings C
Marple's niece.Holeproof Indian princess Coats once of served mail cassina and- insure against flaws and mistakes. These facts apply to all Studebakers -
this We employ 1,000 men to make them. of all and sizes. The Consider their service records.
$1.00 to $3.00. other properties used in scenewere styles
SHOE A MEN'S Hosiery SHOP. loaned hy the national museum Cars like the Studebakers cannotbe materials used in all chesses. are One Studebaker car, built in 1918
and real I Indians including; n "princess built without such facilities, such alike. has run 475,000 miles. It is still inactive

Mrs. I. L. Mnroney, who was pain- ," were obtained through the cooperation research dish care. Yet enormous service. K lately made a mid- ,.

f'lIv burned on December 22. was of the department of the output alone makes them possible at Beavty-Luxury-Finish winter trip from Los Angeles to New i ,.
r Me to sjt Tuesday for the first interior.:
Studebaker York. That 80 of
prices. means aver-
time, since her Occident. She was The picture Is being circulatedthrough years
work has
The Studebaker coach ,
t r.rnhly burned while washing clothes the department's film distribution age service, of 6,000 miles per year. I
The best know been famous for decades. No
borrowed ice one What dream of ina
; t her home on West Hickory Street. system and may be more can you
She ia doing nicely now a fact which for short periods, or prints may be Studebakers represent the best we can excel it. motor car than the Studebakers, !
I,fr friends will be glad to learn. at the manufacturingcharge offer ,:;;
plrchased ?
many know._ And with our army of enL The finish is produced by 26 oper- F,
Arcadia:: Enterprise. .
1 ,tI
IJr. M. L. Vigus7"of;;: Sweazie, Indi- W. C. T. U. TO ATTEND .
nna, who was formerly family physi- BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAYThe '.
< 'inn to Judge T. L. Comer, and his I G H TS I X SPEC1ALS1X5Pasm. n I GS I X
friends Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Grabel,, local] union of the W. C. T. U.
nC.I >gansport, Indiana, arrived in will attend services at the First Bap- 5-Pass. 112" W. B. 40 H. P. + 119' W. B. 50 H. P. 7-Pass. 126" W. B. 60 H. P. j
Kissimmee last Saturday. They are tist church Sunday night in a body,, Touring S 995.00 Touring $1350.00 .Touring 1750.00 .
iffy much pleased with Kissimmee, where they will hear an address by Roadster (3-Pas) 975.00 Roadster (2-Pass.) 1323.00 Speedster (S.Pas..j 1835.00"f...

and have taken rooms on Mabbette the pastor on, "The Uselessness of" Coupe-Roadster (2-Pass.) 1195.00 Coupe (5-Pass.) 1835.00 Coupe (5-Paim.) 2495.00
the Laws Without\ a Public Conscience, Coupe (5-Pacs.) 139500Sedan
street intending to Stay through .
Sedan 1985.00 Sedan 2685.00 .
Law 1485.00 -
winter. or "Public Opinion, the Greatest i
Enforce." Special tiers of seats will --'

Advance showing of spring hats atThe be reserved for the union which has (All price '. o. factory.. Terms men your convenience.) ,

Hat Shop. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. invited all tourists to lilt with them. .,. ,, ,

has ,been in charge of the Postal Telegraph DR. PHILLIPS AT HOTEL ,

company' office for the past class of the -. J Kissimmee, Florida
few The King's- Daughter
months, .has been transferred to
Clearwater. Frank .c." Hayes, of Methodist Sunday school will give a ..-.
.. Plant City has been..assigned to'the reception tonight at .the Gray..tone v

Kbdmmem office and arrived on Wad hote ., In honor of Dr. John F. Phil ) ' S S Tub E'r; +B''A -'K''' E R 'Y B. ..Jt.'R
"" day. During' the interim Miss lips and family. The public !Is carelially -T. HIS I A k

I t.Fiancee, Tress .acted as operator" ",,-, invited to attend., __ v .
.. ..
:F';" 7 _'Ar"'= wprr aa4

;" ",- 111 / i : --
.II .
' (I, "
.pl -.. .1/..' I"1tI .1 ,
.. .f y. ,.
m .. ,,. y7 i''

., '.' 4""''f'I'.f- ,'". .-:, ',J;. '=\ :;,;;.,,1"-'-('-= ''tio' M'ra't4' a 4 S

._ 1"' UY>t+ zdIF a vvep; st' s w Za', .. f 4
-..' "' "

KM \ I ..
: JANUARY 25, 112.

SIX ." -- -- ...-. ... ....
"--0'I -


--....-... .. .(


I' _. -
--- ----
< -
-- $
-- : DETR011cYrp

I Editor ..........._____Fred Lupfer were thirty-five In the class, twenty- two of the number that Joined UII '. \.
l Assistant Editor..Alberta 3runson seven of ,whom were the pupils that last year have remained faithful, but d
I had started the year before in the we think that are the best two .
I REPORTERS ninth grade. The class! was ro large pupils of the tent grade. They are '< ....n.....
t Ninth ,.n----...... ".Edwin Barnes that it had to be 'divided in two Clara Belle Adams and Harold Wilson. :
Tenth ...__.,...-..(,.-Youel Johnson groups.. In fact this was the largest These, with the eleven new ) ."
.1 1
1 Eleventh ____-._____Park Doughten clans that had ever entered the Sophomore Sophs and the original! twentyfiveconstitute ,, :
'Twelfth .......___.Raymond Tyner year in O'ceola High School. a Sophomore clans or .. .t,
Music ........;._.-_..Harold Wilaon Once more they won honors in bask thirty-eight, the largest Sophomoreclass .';., \ :
who etball. Another thing which the So that OsceoU High School ha '" ;
To the readers of our paper, :
class was proud of was the ever seen. Sophomores, I let us an
have been keeping up with our school j Fact that that year one of its girls strive to complete our work together '
life, we wish to bid you a fond fare will I the general' excellence medal. and graduate with a class of thirty- t.. :\ )
well. Thin is 1 the last issue we ,
Next they were Juniors, small in sewn at 1 least, and be the largest/ .
honor of but weIeI.'I I
have the writing, (
there still class that has graduated from
that the student who are number, but were twenty- ever I
{ sure eight, and twenty-three of these the Osceola High School of Kissimmee / J .
into shoes just as
stepping our are ,'started high Reboot together in 1920.lOut Florida. ,, ,,,
of issuing enjoyable -
capable an paper
I I of this class every boy made the ,
/ as we are. We hope, dear read. ,!
ers, that you have enjoyed the news football team. They sent out just as I ATHLETICS .
which we have been publishing! in I many good players; in basketball, the
of the team a Junior The Kissimmee High School b"'YII
and ;captain girls' was
this from time to time we i
4 space
hope that will continue to enjoy and some of the beet! players on I lost u hard fought; game: to 1Vinterlinven ,
i them. We you wish to thank every reporter I( the boys' t..anwere, also Juniors. Friday, January IS. The .
and also the other students of And now they have come to the J frame at limes WitS like a pendulum
the high school who. have helped to (nit honor that can be bestowed upon swinging I back, and forth.: The fiat J
them in this path of life, and that is. of (the frame was a tie. 2-2. l hut Win .
readers carryon, and this paper.may we Goodbye meet ,againsometime the honor of being a Senior. With I tor Haven' nil-state forward Io.n! ! ".. Start oa/D.raoaasob. Rlmt JAS.OO Extra

in future but in a the class numbering twenty-seven and at last woke up and began dashing r
different way. years another semester's', work before them past our guards, dropping the bull ill ',.-'- -,. Why You-.Should Order : 1.i
r FRED LUPFER. I they are steadily plodding onwar . the basket time and again. The game 'I"
ALBERTA BRUNSON. They have been well represented in finally ended with the score of :3!) to i Your Ford Car Now f
every phase of high school life this 12 in favor of Winter Haven. The : 3K :..
HISTORY OF THE SENIOR: CLASS_ye r-' and will continue so the remainder playing/ of Richard Bandy was the , ..''.: .' ..
-> that .
r of the year. This .class I outstanding feature of the game for '_ .. ' **>'. Considering as spring approacheeretailbuyingwillbetxme 'i .
The present Senior class I is the boasts of hating! von the most medals I I Kifsiinmce. while that of Roland was ..,
largest that Otreola High School linn and high honors of any class thatever for Winter Haven. r:. J' 123,607 more active there will be a greater .:j'

t ever seen or will tee for several yearn. went through this school. At This was not the only game Kis ,' i AcwolMOU d. k. demand for Ford Car this spring .' : i
They made their first nppoaran on the present time they have to their I Mmmee lost for on Saturday night' oJ. ". to D.crtttbfr.tnm ..:=. than before. "- .

the stage of high school life in September credit, three declamation medals two they suffered a still greater defeat: 'f' winter anew..Mgn........rrcordlor ever .t ,. e
k 1920, with an enrollment of general excellence medals and one from the Bartow boys. The game i Therefore, the only way you can '.i1 '
forty. Their first important step was mathematics medal. was rough from start to finish and be cure of obtaining delivery this t
the organization of the class.! Vii The members of the elate are as f finally ended with the core of :36 to is t
ginia Lesley was elected president: follows: Fred Lupfer, president: Alberta ,,4 in favor of Barlow. The Ki.simruee coming spring or summer

r Mary Sanderson secretary; and Brunson, vice-president; Joan ( team i is !small which makes iter\' i to place your order immediately i1,

lizabeth; Waring, treasurer. Being hard for them to','ompele with such' It do mat tvitk to paf tatm lorrour ,.& ., .v
Freshmen, they did net make much treasur-er; ; ) large teams as Winter Haven and car you can arrant for a .-
e I, of an impression at first, on the higher lia IxMlhetter, Sallie edhetier, Elinbeth ?- Barto,,'. .. I' aarmrnt,, datum. and fan term on C1j s
j balancf Or roa cam Inn om It'-
grades, but as time went on they Elizabeth W. Moielev
Moseley: ----- I rhf Ford Wrty furcHatf flam. u
became accustomed to I their new honi'1 Katherine :Miller\ Edith :McLean, Ml'SlC) :" NOTES ,
and were able to get down to teal Theta Pha)', :Madge Rixers :Mary -- See the Nearest Authorized
work. These Freshmen made their I I Samlei nn, Margaret Sigler! )Pen.iSnodirrnfs :Nest :Mcnd.iv night, January :UH. at
debut in society when they entertained Jeannette Squire. Mary eight ,,',.Io..k there will occur the M-O-<< Ford Dealer

., their sister claRK, the Junioi Stanley. Nellie Tnvlor, Helen<< Wil- Hid uf (lie monthly rental gix'rn by 1
From then on the Freshmen t"ok II cox. :Mae Winn. Nellie<<: Woo.lull. Roh- hi- pupils'! of the music and .i-\pro-=- <
? Il'adinl.Jlurt\ in social activities, "f the Ln't't' uw Miltcm: (Graham; I <" > Hendiicks -nii] ) d hpail< iinenti. All thoM- who n'l' / / Cor t5nnhrBnYl
high school and have done so each I EnH'r"on Squires, and Ramond \ '"'t,i're-lul. .ire. cordially mte, | t''" lie : =- 7
year. Tyner.IIIS'I'OIt1'. pr.'se' 'nl. : Detroit MichlfM t ",
Next came their f first scmcs'i-i!' Alter/ this week there will l h c' two I
A. c' ms and each student studud with ], ) or SOPHOMORKS/ : ','al"'r. for the eprion department -
"might and main." The motto of j :.Vi'! s Stanford and, .II'". :Ma- --
r i most of the ilnsH seemed to be "He I: T'I n years ago ten of the present h 11111011.

that Rtudu-th shall pass Everythingfor 'Snphomrre class, were in the frt --- --- - .,.- m I
the Freshmen sci'im-d to he study grade of the Kissimmee. public -chocilI : 'Uoiil Right -

.. -study-Htudy and then siuiiv someI I These were: 1>i'kIakinl'on.: Rosellai I II CM<'!l"Yalt", ilnl you know that
more. But we must! say that the ma-Cooper i I Alhnlia. Griflin, Cairo! 'Ma-I tHhuni piMviiii' and ashc-tos were THE BEST WAY I II
p' joritv of the .laR" passed, and most j jof ,ikinson. Isolent I Braves, Youel made fioin the nme material'
them with brilliant marks.. All..' son, Vivian Floyd. ('hi i-Une, :May. Ynti-s "No: ; sir. that's n.." 1'111..1 Ii I
Freshmen in athletics they took n I| Ledbelter.' and l lli/a,! Barl 1 l hot if you are right many II>f the TO GET YOUR IRONPHYSICIAN'S '
i very active part sending out some I|IIc'r.l Of) course! n number o f girls IIi (II. II. S. have an .i-h{ (.> of the best. players on both the boys' ,' other students started in at the same I on their taste" I
and girls'! teams. All through high time but only these ten have co -- -- - have prescribed I r4.95
school this class has always taken "I limed to the cnil.. As they pa<.11-1 F.veready: -:\ for ;10

K. leading part in athletics. from grade<< to grade, new 1111'1111> ..luhnl1i.--'a'h, may found
They that it
iron. was readily
In the Sophomore year, diJ thi xvero mldcd until, two jeais' : peak to :Mr Shaver?"
glorious/ class come up lacking' Well l. twenty-five of our number were IJro'j (::0''" h "What about Johnl1i..7"I and did nol toned irritate the stoniaih -
we. should say not! By now their uated foll1, the eghth; grade. I IIr!- "Aliout live minute..." the quickly system. At your strengthened drug--

- -- - gist's, in both !liquid! and tablets. I

\! ...: ; a- _. Free Trial I Tablets) T ".. lor yo".lf! I
A -- the
-.vv.--v.x-----v-// TIPS FOK TAXI'. ,MUC of Gud,.*. )' h..lth-bulldi" I
\YERS >Mnicsin. write tod y>
: ..'. -_ --- --- -__ --" fur Keiieruuji Trial l'""ckMir. of T bku. Send
r --- V no money Ju.t name and add *.. to I
I .;> REAL ESTA'IE. RENTALS *: ((Cottinnei) from i \lust week ) loI.. J. Uri-iUinlwcb Co.. &S Warren l bU. N. Y. I ILSAVED

Ij It :> .AM LNSL'RANfE <:. I O-M'I arising from f fi-es, storms, .
t ,t USE f Over Bank of Osceola County <. shipwreck, or "other casualty" for .Jude's

1 SANITARY DAIRYCOS! >..)o.--KISSIMMEE........_[ .,........., FLORIDA.......9.--:.*;, not example connected, a flood with or !ro the whether taxpayer's or
/ MILK & ICE CREAM . .' h.. .._.'&. &. h. . )hh. . _. "business! may he deducted from gross
:- "ncome 1n his 11)23) income
.ELLIS F: DAVIS | If his home or automobile is destroyffd and Blood Enricher : ''i fJ/' Out of every 100 chicks hatched
by fire, live loss deductible for o
I Offices <:. the year in which it occurred. I 50% ordinarily die. It is the ex- .
I L': 1 n 1 l 4 .r" :> < h H C bxnfrrr: i < rlmliml' :: I elarv >I. an allowable. deduction aol 1 1ne I patience of 'l
etaN > poultry raisers who
lru 'll I.>
k >: F'I i--i\i\iri: : : r FL"Jll': .;. (ii I mil, 1 le Incurred, )/in trade or Lu-i.i TT LOOKS C WONDER 1 AGEUSE
t{,tn a .-:..:-:-;..;..:..; .:-:..:-:-:-;..:..:-:-:-:.:..:..:..:":..:..:;. nes- A l Inns f 'r embezzlement' is al I use Purina Chick Star-
le'lnrtilleAll .
." .-:-...;-:..:-:..:-JoLeCILE:":--:--:..:--:_;-.-:-:---:-:_-:..:_-:_;..-:.-... I 'I los.eare liodurt, iVile NOSE SHINE "
: : hv which they only lo theext"rit terra that they raise 95''L.'L.It 'L.
are not
a eolnpenated -
ATTENTION, for by insurance or otherwivMniliictions FSL SHINY NOSE Is the most perfect

I ::. ITHLIC STENOGRAPHER]; 'f; t : for, dad debts and eon OIlY baby chick ration obtainable hQ
d ('LAI MS HANDLED 'P'r which ale ulloxvahle under START
STATE BANK BUILDING)) ; ?: the. lexenue act, form a considerableitem -ENLARGED J PORES and is sold on apositive NA
.i. ) ;,..: -o--........ in the income tax returns of WIT".UTTlIllAIlJI
Sanitary Dairy milk is many taxpayers. Bad debts RED NOSE-FRECKLES i guarantee of -afAB"' ''
b I the milk for y+ur folks.It I deducted) only for the year in which Will K..p Yo r Skim Fn* LaMngCIIKISTIAN Mr.Yly CMgae W;."=
will benefit your baby. I they are ascertained to be worthless double devclopemenc or -- '-
Your wife and children P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBTATLAW and charged off the books of the tax' MALI::.:' TODAY.-:=:: [

will like it and it will be I I' I r payer. The return must show evidence money back.Florida.

good for I OFFICES .. of the manner- in which theworinies
you. I Winter I 'ness of the debt was discovered -
Park. Florida Ir I IJ
and that ordinary end legal Feed Stores
moans for collection have been or
'.asusi 4'S'fiC 4t .0: ?4449'Q'4'C'40 47.rr Unpaid loans made to needy" relaties = 306 BROADWAY

: i 'OurW/l1Iman" J M. TILLER : pectation or friends that they with would little or be no repaid'x- Wednesday night at the Graystone TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS

t Real Estate Agency I are not deductible but are regarded hotel the members of the First Christian CALL UP No. 218 I
,t as gifts. church met at a "jfi't-toprether"/ (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)
4 r

w t 'r i i I. 04 .40000004400000444 ** FIRE LIFE.INSURANCE-ANn ACCIDENT *n P; I Deductions for contributions t' cor- social brought and business his supper meeting in :a basket Everyone -,

,! : DR. R. J. DENNING : 0 INDEMNITY: BONDS 4 porations or organizations "organized and the table groaned with (food a'
t, .( I 4 and operated exclusively for religious: / things to eat. Those who attendedsay "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNt>WS" at
: 4
DENTIST .. .? charitable! scientific that ne'er before
.c..c bountiful
, was
go For
i literary, educational over the .
or years >
""" Fertlllaer
( j Over the Postoffice purposes * a supper enjoyed! Ida growers with f..rlllla": ? I The!? Company hie furnlrh..iI plat
I ll, ;;. OFFICE HOURS: 4 KISSIMMEE PLUMBING the net earnings of which no insures part to of Following supper the regular business .r. gives proof of aallstactory r"aulla.contlnu..d patronage of experienced aro.'
O 9:00 to 12:80 1:30 4 -
: : to 6:00 the benefit of
any private stockholder' meeting of the church roi'LD BBTTKK PKIITILIZRIl UK
:' O Residence Phone 174- SHOP or individual" occurred. MAHK WK WOULD MAKE IT
1 Office Phone 158 4 are deductible to the Ciders elected were: Dr. T. M. Rivera Writ for New Fall 1'ilcc Lids Just Issued
-:: extent of 15 per cent of the C. E. Yowell) 1'1
I} tax pay- A. L. Davidson
'.r. 00004000004044004044 Nothing Too Big I..r', net income for 192,: computed Clark Howell T. M. Redwood W. II. E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., JackiotTJll. Florida 1'1
:r :. oMQ. the benefit of this deduction.! Wysong, and W. F. Trout. The deacons -
Nothing Too Small I Every church constitutes. a religious chosen arc: Lylen V. Story, Julius kl J
1:1.1: 8: MILTON PLEDGER i I corporation or organization, for the Smith, Nelson Makinson. Stratton -
purpose of this deduction Donations Story. C. K. Warden ctU
Harry Dale ,
1' ,
1 1I
'' a All Work GuaranteedTo 10 missionary funds, church and Sam
tfK I" ATTORNEY AT LAW 1' buildings, Story. Deaconesses: Mesdames -
$ f I l ,\ ', 0 State Bank Building 4 pew rents. assessments, and due S. R. Aultman, A. W. Winn T. I
,! 4p KIKS1MMEK.: FLORIDA Be Satisfactory paid to churches are deductible M. Rivers L. S. Provins, B. C. Miller, \
>' r : 40400444000044004 Deductions for contributions to political A. Iv. Davidson, and Miss Elizabeth 01
L 'I' 5 campaigns; are not allowable. )onegan. J.R.CLAV.Garage
/(+ 'I'.t; +ot ...00 .040 . Broadway : Telephone 143 ( To be continued next week.) Miss Augusta Winn was elected .
I O. V. KRIBB8 W. J. BTEBD organist ,I
i ; with Miss Mae Winn assist-
t KRIBBS & STEED :.FROG JAPAN:. ant. Mrs. Hombaker was named
'. TO PREACH :NEXT. SUNDAY chorister, and C. E. Yowell, clerk and and Machine
:. Attorney and Counselors at Law 4O CITYMEATJARKET reasurer. Dr. T. M. Rivera was elected ShopSUCCESSOR

I ; KUsimmef, Florida 4 In Saint John's trustee for three years, Stratton
.J General Practice in all State and 4 Episcopal church Story trustee for two
next and
years C.
".f United SUtci Courts. Sunday morning, January 27, a C. McCoskey, trustee for
: : ............ ..... . held special with missionary service will be Other members of the board one year. TO CLA Y A THOMAS
an address by the Reverend by virtue -
!? 4000000 W. H. Gale who will of their offices are: Mrs. S. B
400000..000 'w speak of hi>'s Aultman
\ ,
{ O."PAT JOHNSTON O. QARRBTT 0 Fresh Meat work in the Diocese of Mid-Japan. as president of the Missionary Farming Machinery
Johnston & Garrett andVegctable Mr. Gale who is a native of Canada Society Mrs. B. C. Miller, al ; .
.ha. been for president of the Ladies Ail Society, Gas
i. several I Engines and
q : ATrORNF.VR.ATLAW01"Jl'JCEI1: cies-d with Bishop Hamilton years in also missionary the MI\!\ Christian Eunice Riven, as president of Pumps Rebuilt
Endeavor .
El K :. 0 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank work at Nagova in Japan. Edith Miller as superintendent Society Miss - ., --
+,. VZ M* Buildin Everybody II most cordially invited of
tit. 40'_ .... ,,?__,.KJ88IMlEB..VLORIDA" ,., Phone 44 to attend this missionary service on Yowell Junior, as Christian Sunday Endeavor, Mr. BEARINGS FOR, NEARLY ALLIES 'OF CARS, ''
is ... ............... I II Sunday and to bear at first hand of and Mr. achool superintendent v ,
what the church i. doing in Japan. ister. 110m baker II chor- J', __

'" ''f' .
*W .> '. Or... .f I ,it. r

-' 1- :..: .\ ", .. \ .
.. .*: ,
:+rr"l r r" I-.tic. ;,a1' '"Yh' .a .. e o.P ,

9p( ,.o... 'ac 1.'i' ".t' MrX.IK.; .u itt('

i. H

*u < '


1 .


of your family ever .make o..o..t''O"' .. ...O.OOO..O.OOO..O..ft.. ., ,
'Did,rilliant any marriage \ Pertaining To Churches. j O..O..O..O..O..i .$.... ... ............ O..... oOO ......o.o.O..O. . .O O..O.OO.

Only my u1fe."--B0.ton Evening -_ 0 "

..nnscript. ='
I ,
Unnecessary! K IP p vllanm ? i w'll7t }r.*! eTIf IS h a( p"tan. f
said at once I. Rev. Walter B. Knight Pastor -
\VifcJ: "The doctor c-sf. :_ !-4.s3 L .
Then he .
.t I needed a stimulant." 0:45: a. m_Sunday School. Car- N' s
\ked! to see my tongue.Husband' son'' Farmer superintendent.. Classes ' l .,, n .
; "Good heaven.! I hope for 'ill ages. -
didn't give you a stimulant for 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by pastor t ?> .., 11 ,
,"_Exchange. Subject "Dreams "'." 1. "
:. and Dreamers, or "
.. -,, -- "Is the Worl4 Growing Better''or \\X\11', II. 1".
-- 11\I'11 ": '.
I Iei Worse f.
Baths 6:30 p. m..:..Senior B. Y. P. U. .: ;,, :.:,,':I !' ;:t: : '.
d's Healing \ .1
7:30. p. -Popular Evening Evan- " '. .."t
Service. Subject: "The Uee- , .\ 'i..,,(..//.t. ;
recommended for .u..i, lessness of Laws Without a Public : a.i 'fr: ,"'11:,"

eczema and all kinds of akin I Greatest Conscience Law or Enforcer."Public"Opinion' the '.'. I.

Also for .utomach ,
diseases. I 7:80 p.' Wednesday.. Prayer + "
troubleFor baths and miner., meeting.
al 1 water for drinking purposes,. "You will like this church.: A welcome I II
Patrick St. as cordial. as sunshine awaits
leave order at 614 ,, "
208. you. i u .
or phone

( Rev. S. I. Smith Pastor

KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA 9:45: a. rn.-su d'School.. R. A. r --- -
Bowen superintendent.
11:00: a. m.-fro services:
6:30 p. m.-B. Y. P. U.

\ Teeth in a Made 7:30 7:30 p.p.m.-Wednesday.Sermon by the pastor.Prayer j

My Little Boy meeting. I.u ---

: >i .. .
So Different .,r- .
Rev. W. II. Dreseh. D. D., Pastor ft.
: :
9:45: a. in.-Sunday School. Prof.D. ,
''Mr l nby wa. so cross and fretful ,
started him Teelhlnait B. Shaver superintendent. ,
lert I look after houie- 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship.>>
Illdn't my of the
ork ''>ut lie I* noW ao different Dr. Uphain, well known minister of -Opening Up .
,>ud I hti 11>' know him." write Mr. New York will preach. ,
II \\nriilnitlon/ til fluneet Are. 3:00: p. m.--.Junior Christian En-
:Hunt: ((1H. .. deavor.
"... .,llrkjr! and conatlpated 6:30 p. m.-Senior Christian En,
jj n.,' onulantly crying' a* If In deavor. Section
hlir a dome of Teethlna Big Douglas
3' 1/11,101 av < and he now laugh 7:30 p. m.-Evening Service. Ser .
pry the "A
cab around and plays all the time. mon by pastor." Subject:
Saviour Forever.
nr" i kn.'w when he was cutting:
'IB tt. th till they were through" 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer
,,' result of ovar- and Bible service. I
r U> often the Real
.",,tiiiK! '"iiy'. stomach with tooh 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prac- Offers a
"; too.l Teetlilna, relieves thla tice.Visitors
,.itltt! .n and Inducea reel and quietest will find a cordial welcometo
at night.T..thln" a home-like church.
I Is told by all 4ru..'....
r and SOc 10 the Moffett Labora- FIRST METHODIST CHURCHRev.
,rlu, Columbus, da, for a package OpportunityHE
id a free booklet about babies. John F. Phillips. D. D. ,

7:30: a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer .
Meeting In Bungalow. :
9:45 a. m.-Sunday Scheol. J. L. :

HE RAYMOND T. RICKEY Overstreet 11:00 a.,m superintendent.<-Preaching by the pas- p | DOUGLAS fruit farm has for many years been one of

tor. Subject: "True Hearers" Spec- the landmarks of suburban Miami. Home folks have always i.
EVANGELISTIC PARTYWILL ial music. Vocal solo by Miss Cor-
nelia Lancaster. known it as one of the best fruit groves in Dade

BEGIN AN 7:30: p. m.-Sermon by Dr. Upham County. When the Grove Coral <
of New York City. Regular church Douglas was purchased by

1 11 Old Time Revivaland conference 7:30: p. Wednesday.after service. Important.Midweekprayer Gables last summer it was recognized as a master stroke in

service. Continuing a series the advancement and development of the great suburb. Next to Coral

of talks on "The Christian Life." Gables is the most famous in the western of the Miami
, You cannot afford to miss these help. was grove part

Gospel of Healing MeetingBradetttown bring ful and your practical friends.talks. Come and district, and its strategical location brought the eastern boundary of 1

-in- Coral Gables almost a mile nearer to Miami.
| Florida ---
Rev. W. O. Hornbaker, B. D., Pastor Now-Douglas Grove has become the Douglas Section of Coral Gables,

January 27th 10:00 a. m.-Bible School. C. E. and the first offering of plots is made. .
Yowell superintendent. School grad
ed. Good instructors. Hearty wel-
p Dine and Bring the Sick come extended you. Now: -Douglas Section is being improved, beautified and developed as all
11:00 a. m.-Morning worship. of Coral Gables has been during the past two years.
Sermon by the minister. Subject:
"Heaven." The choir will render a 1
selection from "The Holy City," by ;, : : ,1\ : Now-Douglas Section is being made a distinctive unit of Coral Gables by : ;: h\'I.. '
Gaul; "No Shadows Yonder." Trio, '' 1,1 ""': r ," the erection of houses the budding.ofl' fine"' j'
augmented by the chorus choir. '\j;'I r:;. . high-grade apartment a :'t1t. I. ; 3

6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor !' ', : I .' Stitadium'not only for good sport but also for outdoor, theatrical produc-: ,:W ; :' '.f
I Eunice Rivera Subject: . '... ,. ,. -
; "How Can C. E. Help Our Church," 01 -
Leader: Winifred Denning.
" 7:30p. m. Preaching service. Sub- :And now-your opportunity is here to buy fine plots in the Douglas Section .

do men enjoy ject: "Jacob the song at Bethel.service" and Come special and i at a most desirable figure while the great work of its developmentgoes

music. steadily on.
7:00 p. m.mWednesday. Bible Stu r
ti&m dy.. Choir rehearsal at 8 o'clock.

4:00 p. m.-Thursday. Junior C. Ceral I Cola Com fr .rsf ./ the cea/ t.
Christian Endeavor. Miss Edith Miller .. (. today mt f> at. * MU *< '

hatS? superintendent. ; Mt It laze ffUmmn a .. At grtgtett free tigkUtti trip in A. iccI

7:30. All p.members m. Friday.of the Choir congregationwho rehearsal I P t lei.-C.., ad see for ytttrulf the pptrtuuty Aft It fftrtd yen In. At

aing urged to be present. i i I> DimgU. S<
Visitor invited to all services.A 1is.ppo..,.,.,. ;' "
telephone has been installed in 1..
the Church Study. No. 269. 1

.1. ST.Rev.10400 JOHN'S Albert a. m.-Sunday EPISCOPAL-New--M.School.A..CHURCH Rector ...IiIUIAmerica's

11:00 .. m.-Special preacher. Rev.
W. H. Gale will five a missionary address ,
on his work in Nagoya Japan. -
7:30 p. m.-Evensong, and short I
) 4 l>crausp, when they used to weir sermon by the rector.
"or, they thought it safe to remove, No service on Wednesday night, as Finest Suburb
helmet when talking with a. the Convention of the Diocese will ,
end. This action a compliment,, then be In session at Tampa.
|MieU into our custom of raising the I Commencing Sunday February 24
at. Customers Compliment us on a Miaslon of "Christian Healing7'willbe GEORGE E. MERRICK Owner and Developer.
101"" conducted by Mr. John W. Letha-

.s' Aspirin the by field Nazarene.secretary of the Society. of DAMMERS & BURNES, General Sales Agents. ;

Tablets Everybody cordially Invited to all

ecause they gain from them safe reef our services. '
Executive Offices: 158 East Flagler St., Miami. .
from headache. =
colds grippe and
Absolutely true aspirin, tablets so CHRIST'S Florida Offices: Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando, }

Ikilfully Action l begins made in that 16 seconds their beneficial Jlll'he.tunty I, Brack(Pentecostal Street, at)Oak Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Lakeland, DeLand, Eustis 1

never irritate or burn. Rev. R. D. Walker Minister. Kissimmee Office: Park Hotel, C. L. Bennett, District ManagerGlen wl
One of 200 Puretest
preparations. classes
9:45; a. m. Sunday School
Very item the best that skill and I for all ages. Bring the family. Wm. D. Rose, Kissimmee Representative
| can produce. Milar superintendent.

11:00 a. m.-Sermon by Rev. R. D. l A o .e'. o .oo.oo... t.
G. MINICK2'7i.'ocijJj. Walker. Meeting. :::::::::::::::: : 0000 oooooooo + o.... <
7:00 'pra.-Young People's
Interesting subject --
DnII.Yor 7:30 p. Inspirational Singing, State adjutants of the American'
Praise and Testimony. Sermon by Legion assembled in t
Rev. R. D. Walker. 'J showed their good will toward '
7:30 p. m.-Tuesday: Bible Study. dies of the plains by passing a ,
Sermon by'pastor. lution which said: "Resolved that
ANOTHEREAUTIPUL 7:30 p. m.-Thursday: "Weekly half of the mountains of
Prayer and Healing. Bible Teaching. removed to North Dakota and
$ : m_Fridays: Women'., Bi.' expenses) thereof be charged '
ble study. AU Invited. : the salaries) of the adjutants of
HOME' ,Communion ..niee',first' Sunday states." I
each month. Foreign Missionary offering 8't
lust Finished on.Mala Street: taken aecond Sunday each ,
month at evening .nIee. '666 "
,. :","I .was glad when they,said onto ,

SEELPAINTER tJa roe,, lord Ut''*Us. Pnlm Go Into 1221.the-,"JHo;rr se.of- .- t...;PrsrlpUesr prepared,f. '. ; ; :

: Colds, crerrandb :' : :
AND DECORATOR.' tt.'VNamberto I
: ; . S nfTh.; .u ItUtho, meet/mpttAjrtfHdr*.* .
ail Mat Street ... .ZIorfhernfr:. \endrMat" pshp, dv.C; ' "Pnch ,

-- -- ; ,.,tie....... Xlaalmm.--- -..-",. -L ,-_-_ ...,.... .... ... ." -lreenting.--......,.."...""" +llnonI-

. ., .. ....
"I t1c Aoy" r b.x; "1.'.." '';.t".<.;;...,"...., "i.,.,'J; .'."f.'. '";_"t-. ..."...."..".......:..",'"... ',,,"f,,-. A ":*.....:;;-'itiII-, ":'!r'I." ... j', ",, ,- OI'i'I..;-,," -i:: ..... f'bK

l1P -. "
f ,1-
1 N
.. "I' !1\\. ( .b
.\tlJ \

rn '
--- r .'TCl1AlIlJIUN !


[ ]
musical, at the First Ellis F. Davis, chairman the Ki.isimmec j.,;:; lIel bert Iloovor( who I

Christian ehurcliroiaat Tuesday night !, chapter of the American Red gestud in Polk county J :

MAH-JONGG PARTY' was heard by an audience which filled 'i Cross, has been checking up there. I as a Moses who might ;

i Mr.. Gordon Bryan was the hostess the church. Every number was excellent J j suits of t glue annual roll a1\-1'or\ niemi to lead the Florida j I :
y Isgreatlypleased out of its marketing
\ bers the countryand i
last' her home and thoroughly enjoyed. No>> throughout
Friday night at on
is licves ,that "cnly by the I :
admission charged but a silver I that Kissimmee !
Mabbette when she entertained was I I
flrcet . of the south which Lion of the orange \
opening was received which netted a one ( : 'I
friends with the fascinating
a few of her -
ot. Mah-Joug-T. JThchigh !good ampunt to bo applied to the 'exceeded last year's: membership He I{' growers of this state 1 I
game (
point prize was won bv Mfti.: W. light fund of the chur 1l. (I has received a report from southernIheadquarlerk situation) be remedied.At I
i' A. McCool. Delicious refreshmentswere James P. Lock, cornet duettist appeared -I -of the organization at a (conference of '

served in true Chinese (style. on the program with the local { Atlanta, and finds that the southernI
------. --- people and an usual, was greatly! ap- i I division was the only one which in Mr. Hoover's office :
GIRL SCOUTS GET ntceiated. Piano Solon were 'playedby "went over the top" in the drive, with last week, the secretary

PINS:"' NEXT WEEK Misses Augusta Wlrin, Edith Miller an increase in membership. made the following .
and Mae Winn and readings by "It will be remembered that Kissimmee lation to the present !
Continued from ini. tin. ) Misses Margaret Stanford and Augusta increased its membership in theAmerican fronting the Florida

ler, Edna Kritz, Joy Makinron Edna Winn; vocal solos by Mrs. W. I Red Cross in the recent which Business Manager! j :

Williams, Irene Spence, Nell Hudson, "Hornbaker" and Mrs. Sam Story; i drive," Chairman Davis said ytstertlay. art of the Florida (' ,

and Clara Sue I.oilbettyu :Mrs. Rohr duet by Mrs. T. :M. Riven- and :Mrs I "The local chapter: male a yeI today obtained perm .." : ;'
.o. ert M. Angai is the captain of the with "The whole thing ,'umt' \ (, .
.K. C. Nye; flute solo by Mrs. U. J'I I rv creditable showing; last year
troop Miiis Helen nags first\ lieutenant Burrows; and a violin duet, by Misses I the funds available. We are truly! fundamental] that : ,

i and Wins Theta 1'liay, second Madge Rivers and Ethel Owen, The proud that our chapter helped make can not be obtained .

lieutenant. church orchestra rendered several I possible the splendid showing made ers' full co-operations'.'

The meeting will be open to the select : I by Tie southern division. :Nationwide ; In declaring/ that : "
families of the scouts, to tie| scout ions.MoTNER'h- J reports from 'the Seventh ro'l' can only solve their :
council and to the officers'' of theParentTeachers' : C1.UB: leni first lin
call of I the American: Hed Cross give by "o-oJ1efll
Association. The ::---- the outb I the Il'ad'er section other and (retting {,.( t ,
scout, council is composed of the country in percentage 'of its r. "
H. Drench John I.. Ovc-rstwl. U, : the Hub met: with ;.Mrs.! L. II. Ingrnni sentiment that ,
obtcincd. in that the Southern was "xI" .
Burrows, Mrs. V.'illa Steed Miss .J.I in her honJe on Jliibbette 1 utrret. ;Mrs. I IFripp quota O.. Uabson. financial : ;
Division i is the first in the country to or :
m.-n" Leitnor, Miss Norma president of the ,'Iuh.I\\',. the I : '
/ exceed, its membership. of lust year, who has also hero m< '! '
I. MiM Margaret Stanford, t2 I""r. W. KSanderson ; I ftllowinp" text a.. bursts for he( afternoon's I I I who be ) f i ,
although! many chapters who have soureI man might/ 1'11I)>
: \:lfJNc>I Makinxon,
nn ,, plans
I ii-embers 111'.t be beard, ., dy the pri"-ont situation.Consid : "
to : I
Mr. George Steffeo, anl l' :Mrs. ; tIhetst1nfd \ :
') rnlile l,I interest r
IT of ,
from. With, quota o0.W11'nxmtbrrs t\
W''i\1\loon. !
.J.1'1 help \i' to live from day to du't I rppo't/ ram only' 40(5( of the (;01)) od in the iiM-etiiif of the > '

t r GROWERS MEETING: -:' I In such u self-forgetful wny, i Chapters, irfi the dii-i imr putting on '''a : let'tors of the Flotida ,
That when kneel
ON:' NEXT TfESDAYitf' ; even we pray j cnmp.iiirii for memliors! show an ,'11- i hangs) held'in Tampa \ '
Our praerahall 1 lie> for, others.' jjof wo.dno,1( ()' ) laige snit' of tile session f .'
: l
-- -- r'>llirn lit ar-pruxinvttclv: / i
"I)tl.."*". from 1'1'" onciwant I Help u' in nil we say' and do, Final lorxrt" are" i mifidontly' e\poct-i I Ito tan -idrrntion of' ,the i i

to put in ]100 acres of .wt'<-t ) To lie, ever sincere :mid true, oil to hing1111' inenthelshp; past t tb' sales. .situation, and, ( t : I!
1 I
and And know that all nerd do for i i1 j ,
corn, do it next wi-ck. Kuil, ] Iup you | goal I vas jHvin to tho effort : '
per, niesidcnt, of the Osceola( Grows :Must needs be done for "I hI' 1'''. I sei. I
the K\chinge": ,' !I
j "TI.e roll roll. of ,'mu'g i is onlv a : > >
s em. S. H. Aultninn M.: t II. Taxlcr. Mr.1 And when our work on ejlrth i is done [ mean1to rn end' raid l Joseph < I.o! ,. "tut :soil stabilize the 'i''i'I
ollins und number of othcri And thut new work in hcnven 1 begun> j
orealready gati. Southern! Division manager in I I .iccoinplish. I this ,'nol. I the I :
making ready. That will be .May we forget I ihe- crownseVe won
commenting the retimi "'t'hisInrresred ; ficors; ate willing to
1he main topic of' diaei|i ,..ion at next''a In thinking still of others. on 'i '
j Iganir. !law of their, '
1 eiollment: will i give :adilej ""
meeting! of the /growers. ( Others, Lord yes, others : i j strength to the organization: for I therelief ,! vise rte business ... ', : : :
i The meeting will he at the Cliamb''r May this our motto be. |
| '
the l
) of sufferingliorever it 'i-I-.I j ihanec" personrel of >
of Commerce! at R o'clock and all Help( us to live for other. I
till this family provided i I sufficient
k and who have helped, nuikr '
growers: are urged to lie That we may livelike Thee. : ;
I ptescut.FLORIDA 1'1'111.1''n; possible, oiiher, through personal scii'ii | "loini! :; .o, can' be """"' ,
I offered" by Mr- !D.ivid ,
member hu'eull I principle! of ,)- " \ !;
C4N SOLVE Lander and reports made; of thelub'gtorn , e 'II' hip eta:\ onto '' ) 1
siicnfii'oil.SCHOOL; 1.j 1.
feel gratified.;" :nrc.1
THE CITRUS I'ItOBLEMF'nnlnu ; nrtivilioH. Some time was given |
-- I While returns from the camp1'IK"' '
.Ir. discussions, of the state( program' (; It \Sh. -:' :
' \\'e"t.' still t c-ntng! in.,1\* flashedto j
he prayed that Lazarus he sent to, of federation/; WOI k. In the} state pro- Soiithein! Divmion I Slit Ill' LACK: OK ( :
} ginin| for the vealllt'I' the legislative : IlendquartorIn(|
td yarn his brethren. I lip wa told that | Atlanta i f the :Now; Year's" first, ,,1.-1 :' I
if they hear not Mose. and, the itlook; is piiilicularly) illt"" .," -I- Sununeilin, In-t lute of : :
: Prophets i and iistp I ; in the) S, \llh. .\ ,lelt'irram! : waleicivel ,
1 neither will be uiir embraces thoeevernl distinctive fi-ateil 'Kreol.' 11 lull: S h. | !
they pp'simdcdthrough | 1 t from I the Meridian't ; Mi '.. ,
# One risen from the dend. 1 feature" which art- /greatly i rdav mjfl't' "i'i I th! ) local: I
'1 "I 1 haverent impoi tmit. n'111'H'I' !, : t oil Immi- I chapter: : toting many families vvi'M1Tii ; "al IIOIIK I'anie nf I tin1 ': :
( rrcprrt for bat' h ;
n"I't'.f .
1 ivi lc and i in assKtarni; ' .I-.II
.' Hoover 'and Hubm 'rill ion. IJiuforin miniavo: : md divorce : -i'o'e of '(1'! I to I. l"ie lIa' l, I
n. T.oth f them/ 1 ..
c -i I ii I Milt .I'a, e'\"(-lurlr, \' I hull; -\\ '"pt[
"s and CoolKljre, 'h rii"d, Inws. Department: "if IMiu-ntion:, ( I ti.- i ers oiJtla< ,'"I tilt1 I..', .d- I
I set filnnrt' \ ,thronirh, the I t'lctmMi of ( lieli I
':1,1,, >nt !i1"Mr only hope is in cooperativerum '" bill formorlv LIKMVII us the T"wnrr'Stoiliiig I riultnrnt' ."f II"I Bailie. ." ,,
s-1 u;lit!: ninny hoo' ><". and l inl'''i''''ii' Luprf'r."J
Hill .. I
I I Jct>tinl!'. to establish 1\ dopaitment -I j -orne nne "llIhll'on' of l P I" :
t. /7' "Ths' < Huggevlioii that I of lucition; i w I til socrctnry\ I in "I'Xi'U 1 ,:] people The m,< SHJUT: :atidc.lfiat i I l..t -hoi t'"ijr. and ilnl! h'! : ,
I' we biiiig 0'''' t the in' 1 tli" Meridian, II lul''" bad i ii', tit'It"d 4
cabinet t full lie
r of l ti eat- men here r t to s I"I'I a wav Initu.II,1 l the | ii-liof! ,I he -nutllt, niiin measure- I1l1l1wdJlltl"l,1nj'''
'' :' 'next: session of CIIICM".S under I; 'hetar r'r the .
out of our troubles' is 11 lilt wild-eyed. JHI- ; vsitois. ;
r'I bate| faith in the intclligeneo/ and other name ) : Child Labor, Separate: I had: 'J,,' situationvrll_ in hand. j'! nio-t a "
patriotism of I the min nigairel in t Ihe i Federal ,wnMon1< and phbIt1,1), eii- I', t111 ( I run \KKET" a miinto hi. h.cids" jo t I .

) i"'irun. industry l iinil On-r I ,i foicement.Thene ,i'f' the gaol, I Hi- yrorrd .
ties of l bust '
\ i I'I IN 1\'i11: src\ ( ( '
{ ; iness in Florida and hi-heve! they will and l oilier< matis \M-ri' t!iv- i tin- :l.l! { I p.; Is' Irrtt '111,1" ;

wi'rk cut this problem without 'len hurried, nttentmn. "'I"I_ ( coinmitteoi j I I I It Tile Ki-Mllllliee, I l'i\-' II t
)pub ;t 't"n', cull) market ban IKn :ri" '
k licly ndmitting their inrompctency." for locnl mtrii', t < v <"e np- t nei, a'-H'M'-! -hut.. e.I. '._\ '
1 miiia'ifii1! ..aria"If ,,ibrn
i f <
I figuies | t-
uohttrd.' ] Til'1 .J"h' tut( ? I 1i" "make' : ht- | cii::-:1.1"1:I, \" t Ilie oct, :i'o's, '
DISTRICT tlo AVil-Mi .11',1, |to\ the market ,nesters fcT" thi'j
METHODISTMl.MSTEltS Mary Ingimn'" honoraivniemljer I' I'I'I "idily' -riitteii-d. The :
fist "-raII f c '"'utiolJ to I be |
''' 111'r ionsiile'I" .
: ; MEET IIEREC.ontln.1 of the orgaiiix.inion., She wii" !" i good team "i- tip-re, but l \ '
,.1-\ ; ; '' Sj'lei: )" during:' this time tntuld \
n locipiort of little gift fr the |
tt ( .m l"-ains: cunnot lie made \\' !
tf ( from, Julio1)) club 1'',. i..i""K loficshments .117ICI.! ( whde it ri-t but $1]lul i! 1 11711 I
:11101| wiltbroom 1
of Brother J. F. lire" : <
Phillips to conduct the ,
our pallor I market ]
sandwiches ,
and cuki1 wr n-iM-d" elici. on'1 ,iVh '. it in )
in <
planning for entertainment n\ '.:'Id: ( ',
/ our The i p. :11 1111"- took : ,1\ gt 1)"'
i next: mi-etirnr of the club will i-t t i-noneli' "I ( t
and various ni' n """ l"r ]
LU conveniences to I le, held! in the/ 1'n "!I"I'rin Sunduv of the m.irkot a" a nn'nns ..f dsin; ( lull I (
\touiilit( '
c-rve us in our work.We , Ins of their !produce, and, it \\ ,iuse I I Ia every " ;
st'liooj < ;
I :
ro'in' nil Kciii'ury 1 15, with nn'-i itii\ full i I- I i '',
very gratefully set down' our total of 1; days during the vear.being .
., :.Mesdiinies Lundtr" and Dresch hos- ;
rl /J hearty I thankfulness to U1O"( I ewes, ) / open. three days: n wrr4'furydays. it aught b')* II Hole" | 11 r : l
women of our church here and -on. "ld'1.> :'! Ty e :
f Thursdays and l !
par The Saturdays, exccpting :
t 1 I orioirenni ian dinner will take ;
ticularly the members of the Worn- j ji I ." 'v fast aril V.Il! -on's sire '
,( Dluce on Februnrv 2?. / holidays. A chary of :! I '
en's Missionary i lini i :a trued' a 'set on I th"1
Society, for the-! ;
-Mrn.: cents a day was made for the! use of
very thoughtful and splendid arrangements Fripp ent.CU.iTOS stalls.! The market: was t fully equipped ( boys all walked, hard. hut !

tt i for our entertainment. ;:"'. 110WAIW TOLECTURE ; with rest 'rooms, had janitor service "I'p.)' was wasted falling
j k while in their midst. !to have scored several!

4'' f;, ,'','{I-, ., . Ws gratefully thank those who \ HERB TUESDAY. and everything special: efforts a sanitary wore made keen A I'd I in' the proper channel I 4' '
ft \" have taken us into their homes and Clinton N.( Howard, who is enJleJ)! \! PAid secretary and. treasurer was powerless before '. f
t' : .1< !' ? we pray' God's grea t"'bJessingl". ,. upon f'TheiLittlo l Giant -of the American hired. thus records were kept''com- defenseiand t ;|their IUl1e' \
'r' ,'" them all. Platform," will give his great lecture plete and up to date. ly became a' cross !." '

t The -- '"Peace Through the Prince of I' Afainst the expenditure of .*l.lU471)/ ] ) ;and "anti-over." It is up !
Florida method of boll weevil Peace choi.I to cryst.dli/e the j
f control at the First Methodist, church 'n >Jil'hlllal'g'1' amount-:$;]1ti'i'J.; ]10v .
state last increased cotton yields in tin |I next Tuesday night at 7:30:; o'clock | \ s taken in from stall 'iital.s and I 'herioting; section. : t 1
Pis year by nearly three times ( / last t. the ,
i The: admission will be. free, and top ,other sources. The tint annual report in j'ettii.H"
over the ) I
yields of untreated chock I ia t ice. The of th
crops. public coidially invited v o' attend.) wa submitted l I.v .T. S. Uaincy | prut people '

--- - -- ] ( ("ounlajI'nl ) .1. C' Hnle and C. (C.I i support the I'am. \eu :
Citrus fruit '
u Booster Numbers .1( in which there were I'cnihcrton. "ofinjr, when they know it
of The Gazette long steins have been known to ,,'sult I .its suppoit., and the an i ; '!

MnU vmnped each.and ready for mailing, 30.* in :'t.'l.T percent decays from blue mold i i (;,'ow a-'o-; ;" ,: crop: ;;;;- keep the-' soil,) on I paten, of th" student !. /: '' : .
fungus. I
j I the land.V In S'l"'il-y's: game !
q I '.") points 'in 'the first half. 1.i ;;

| (ginning: of the second 1 half
." "'q -
i merlin cc.n"1 snhsfitiitod,, I ,

I j new man for half the III"

". J 1 I lineups; were I as follows :
r !, Summorlm

i Eaton foiwaid' I

Phillips fOI"\\'al'I'

APPRECIA TION Johnson (c) renter ,

.. Burnett guard/ < ,
Rartleson I
F center I I

Summary: field goals:

Eaten 7, I'utnett! 4. <1 1 1

of patronage is always best) evidenced( by service andve credit hy Harris, ( ,.,
I, Bartlcson! 1. !P, ul goals :

I EatOn 1., :

'w want to assure our customer( friends (of renewed efforts ner 1. Harris 1. SuIt',

tow : Dean for Katon: !

R in their behalf \ Phillips.! Beagles! | for .Iohn 1 ,
y ) for Hartleson. Katon: for \ :

Jinx for Paterson, John "

Ifles, Bartleson for Davis. .
: j The mee, McDonald for Tyner, -

friendly efficient service that -has so often \lcHonllll.Idollilid: for
npr for McDonald. Referee ;

j I ': Timekeepers Johnson and
helped our customers) ) is available) with
every phasej t

- ----
,; ..t good and modern banking.
+ j .. '

} 10...
j .' '" Monroe Thomas ,GARAGE

a ,''j' ; 1 WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT j ..- .- 18 Emmett Street

"r f. PHONE 47
Phone 71


Y .
t r t '

*!:/ Machine Work-If It Can

, Be Done in Kissimciee

4 sfc; ,BANK OF OSCEOLA) COUNTY We Can Do It. UI,I '

.. Yf : .. .
'': ''j

; ': (f .. d ; ,rti f

I 4: 1"-4 ,. ">
1 1 t .;.

GE1' 1 :
t - t d ;;

r. :; .....
.' ., :. .. "
.Qii :
,.a" r'h iti..JtItY3 ti Y'! -- .
iX 1f-i .
op' '+''d'',6 .l

. .-,'", .". .. ,,;.'<\1o\'

University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs