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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 1, 1924
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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! PRIZES 'AWARDED MANY. YOUNG. PEOPLE CLUBHOUSE: PLANSA I ..

IN NIGHT SCHOOL BIG SEASON 1 PRELIMINARY WORK, -


FOR COUNTY FAIR IXnpoaition! Of"'The-Young Mm And .,WOODROW WILSON DIED Remodeled And .Almost Filled With FOR :PAVING" RUSHING

1 Women To Spend,The' Evenings In Canadian Golfers; Luncheons To
Study Is Deemed:'Good Sign Be Served And Tea 'And Dinner
Annual Four Days' Exhibit IN WASHINGTON TODAY Large Force'Is'At.Work On

Closed Saturday Night In" these day when there is so The Club House at 'the Kissimmee Details Necessary Prior
With 'Large Crowds much being said" about the unfavor. Golf Club hows more activity this '
able tendencies of youth it In refreshing year than for a number of seasons To Actual,Street :Work\
to listen: to optimists talk. Mrs.C. past. Already it is almost filled to
Osceola county's annual fair came E. Hilton, of the Kissimmee Schoolof Weakened by a Digestive Disturbance of the( Past few Days capacity with winter visitors from The street paving program .mores
a close Saturday night wth; a Stenography. is of the Canada, most of whom are enthusiastic -
one people on. To date no,bricks laid
are being
i .ipkctball game between the Kissim- who belong to the optimistic claei. The Most Distinguished: Mm of( the World War golfers. The club house has but ground work is. City Attorney
i ,ico and Saint Cloud hiirh schools lit: is an inspiration to see these been remodeled, and new floor'ng Steed this, week was again 'In confer" .'
and, a play at the. G. A. R. Hall by young people mart of whom If not Passed World to Mourn laid. A. P. Tate, of Toronto, I. the ence with Ramsay and Herndon city ,
i ;V\ co'mnrunlty players .which was all, are working hard all day long.: on Today Leaving a manager, and Mrs. A. P. Tate is the engineers for the project in their Or'!
greeted by a large and appre 'aUve i imjdicnco. come to school in the evenings and lady manager designated in the by lando office, 'and reports that the
The basketball game was spend thefr time In hard study lock laws. Mr.. and Mrs. Tate with 1>1"". work is being rushed with unusual '
d tlose and exciting one, the two,, ing to self Improvement." In these Woodrow Wilson is dead. and Mrs. Gale, arrived in Kissimmee effort. Five men are at work on the "I"! '
I. amll l bwing--' very evenly matched words recently having motored from To
she her rolls
expressed optimism assessment profiles, and
.nnd refereed by an excellent official. knowing that self improvement of the Just as The Gazette is going to press the sad intelligence ronto. other detailed prerequisites maps to actual,
!live minute extra play had to be individual means community improvement The plans at the club hause: are to paving. Everything in
the No details The possible
wire.
iken to decide which team was the and progress. comes over are supplied. conduct it at moderate rates, and draughting and clerical tines Is bein r

. best, Kisi>imme finally winning,; by The school of stenography In K'ssimtnee ex-President has been suffering for several days but a there is still room for a few more done'now, according to Mr. Steed-in
.' field Ronl, with a score of 18 to Luncheon and tea will be
i te has made good, and its students guests. orde. that when the plans are "ready:
)''- At night the Klxsimniee drama1izyori are making good. Thin is its statement issued by Rear: Admiral Cary T. Grayson, his served while dirmef parties can be there may be no delay in carrying
pre'enled last norings suc.nful third and in taken care of by appointment. Someof forward the
year, all thai time not work which means so
.. western comedy drama, "The one of the graduates whom the school physician, late last night, wasto: the effect .that his ailment the golfers of the north country great a forward leap for the city, -
( 'rl <-f The Flying X./' has turned out hns fallen\ down. Other less have expressed themselves as agree The procedure is 'being carried out
Saturday afternoon was childr.-n's rities he called for its graduates, was acute yesterday ably surprised at the condition of the alon? the lines adopted by the corn
,ty and in spite of the cool weather and many have been placed. In fact. LATER golf course. '' missloners last November and detailed -
I ijre: crowds turned out to see the \Mrs. Hilton avs that a position ha There are some interesting people in The Gazette. in its issue of No-
i ..repetitive gtmes and sports, which been secured for every one who has living at the country club this year. vember 30. The preliminary surveys 'v
\u're under thft general direction of finished the courses who wan readyto At noon today Mr. Wilson had a severe sinking spelland Rev. Gale has recently returned from have been made, the cost of paving

JH.. McKuv. chairman of the amusement go to work. a bulletin was issued that he was dead. A later bulletin 12 years in Japan where he was. the proposed streets determined, the "
committee, and participated in Some of them have made especially serving under Bishop Heber Hamilton profiles showing elevations and
l./ a large number of children from I good. !M'ss Helen Jairtt. who stated he had rallied from his noon weakness. brother of L. A. Hamilton, of drainage necessities made and specifications .
the Saint Cloud schools. came to Klsi'mmee' from Williams- Kissimmee and Toronto. Mrs. L. A. drawn. The work which Is
One of the Interesting features oft town, West Virginia WAil given a position Telegraphic reports are that at two o'clock he had Hamilton expects to join her husbandIn engaging the large force of assistants ..
'e exhibit atide from the agricult with the Angcbilt Land Com the near future but is detained in at the present time is that of
iral and horticultural and home' pany in Orlando, upon her finishing another sinking spell and the 'physicians stated that he Canada for a little while. She was preparing the assessment rolls, and, .

products exhibits was the emergencyr the course in Kissimmee. In the six was making his last fight. the first woman alderman in the Do accurately distributing percentage
- Aurelia Anna Likes, Sainti two increases in salary. This after serving two years. Mr. anJMrs. When this work is completedthere
loud's Red Cross public health week another graduate, Mrs. Callie W. A. Hamilton, and Basil Ham remains to bb done the holding
iiur f'. As a part of the Red Cross Allen, ..*ured an excellent position ilton arrived last week. of meetings of the commissioners,
i Jiilut Miss Like had prepared the in Sanford. R. V. McPherson is a prominent at. sitting as an equalization board, to
i mergency rest room. and six people Fifteen young people are taking the I' LEGION AUXILIARY I BERRY SHIPMENTS torney in Toronto, who with Mrs. hear suggestions and complaints,, the
took advantage of it during the fair. course i in the night school. In addi- McPherson is spending the winter advertising and letting of contracts
H-ide from a large number of moth. tion to the pupils of the day time. here. Mr. Watt and Mr. Ramsay are the authorization of bond issue, anJthe
... with babies. The rest room wasit.side Sever! come all the way from OFFICIALS HERE CONTINUEJTRONGER 'two other Toronto men in the party. sale of bonds. According to Mr.
the building' while the main Louffhman, at the end of working i Rev. Dr. McConnell, prominent author Steed all these formalities mat rea- "'
booth was on the porch of the Tourist .ys. The personal interest which I and rector of Baltimore, is another sonably be expected to be completed
i l III' house. In this booth were exhibited the proprietor of the school is taking State President And State : Normal Market In North one who will enjoy the facilities within sixty days, and he hopes it,
of the Club and
House
golf course -
pouters made by the second in her pupils showing results. may be sooner.
grade of the Saint Cloud schools, as Secretary Conferred With Continued During: Week I this winter.HEALTH. Discussion of 'the paving program

part of Junior Red Cross work, 11- Local Unit WednesdayMrs. With Fair Prices indicates that the new law, passed by #
trating all features of health work. GROWERS WILL PLANT"HUNDREDACRES I a recent legislature, under which the
ileresting charts were dirpltyediowinir COMMITTEE paving is being done, is not fully un.
tho calories In different fruit C. C. Chillmgr-worth, flute The express shipments of strawberries derstood. The particular feature not
d, vegetable food. The scale I' CORNTuesday's uleiident of the American Legion in refrigerators picked up a Understood' seems to be the que t'on'
inch' ere used in the Saint Cloud Auxiliary and Mrs. Roy Chaffin, little last week with the- partial cessation PLANS UNDER WAY of why there is a seventy'percent issue )
h< ols by the public health nuise state secretary, were tn l issimmee first and then another later issue.
'. Wednesday night for a conference of the rainy weather. Fifty- The *
precrnted to tho Red Cross! city attorney explained this feature J
,upter bv the Saint Cloud pout of Growers' Meeting with the lo<>al auxiliary. A meeting; I"nJnjp.Mfifcers" of berries were ex- [ Directors From the Division as follows t* _? .4' -
. iteresting feature of the exhibit. I Episcopal; Parish House where informal -i from the local sales. Fortv-four of Headquarters of Red Cross the total cost against the. properties\

I ittle theatres, (depict be paved.hut
ition'n work III government. hoini-' -- The Ftnte officials are en route i ificm fifteen were of fifty-two quarts, it divide it into two bond issues, one
t ':' d'nastT' relief ar-J publ'c! heilth Growers in Oceola county have Vet Palm Reach to Saint Pe-I I totnllinc four thousand quarts for the of seventy percent of the estimated m
,rk jn the school, proved interc't I p'amed, or will plnnt in the next few trisburr where they are sro'njr in week. This' brings the season's! total, in plans Kiesmmee; for aiding specificneeds laid cost and the other for the remalnlnll'amoilJ'lt
tr nnd inKtrnctlve to th. more than day! *. approximately a hundred acre. connection w'th' plans for the state in berries e convention in the latter city in March. markets to 17.216 quarts, not taking Wednesday by that the cost shall not be
x hundred visitors to the bcoth of of sweet corn, which they will market Kisfiminve. of the Amer- asgreat as
No formal addrcsfes! were made, into consideration those sold I chapter estimated the ,
'in chapter. Free literature wan dU- after pre-cooling at theplant of locally. saving may be ma"e.
ican in conferencewith
ibuted from the National Dairy the Klfslmmeo Citrus Growers Asso 'he meeting being in the nature of a | Another car load of eggplant, pep Red Cross, The ftrot bond issue is authorized by
Mrs. Victor M. d'.rector"cf :
CJuis
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Council, of Chicago, the Rordennpnpanv ciation.1 Seventy of these acres werereprra..ntet conference', the state officers answering per', and cabbage was rolled to New resolution of the city commission, or
Service fcr the
Volunteer
questions end< outlining1 work being YOlk last week by freight. In addition by t.bq city cruncll in cities' hav'n
( of New York, Horlic'i'i : at:, the meeting, and a southern district and Miss Mat Ion ?
jHiltod. Milk Company and the 'Met- number' of growers who will put ,in done by other units of the aux to this express shipments were Crawford field The the old form of government, aftr the
lusty Hoaiptat work, and assistanceto small. Five hundred boxes of representative. assessment' roll has been mude. and-
ti >|M>litan Life Insurance Company the crop were not > present. There! oranges called Chairman Ellis
meeting
was by -
ex-service men were among the and other citrus! fruits the commission! has )heM! meetings
Those last booklets as well as those will also be a considerable acreage of were F. Davis, of the local.chapter, to as
., FiiMects, considered. expressed, four of cabbage and one an equalization.board,, ,
-om the United States Dcpattmentr tomatoes. From the Indications: at ani
the under
work
$ \ trtd various subjects reIn Tuesday ht.1I meeting there will The Kiss'mmee auxiliary if planning of tomatoes. This was the smallest to get take advantage year's Of unusual way sit- In going over the details of" tbe
an
1 flh/ir the care of the child saT1t probably be between a hundred and on sending a large delegation to number of containers of vegetables uation which four work vet to be done, the city; attorney
I the t-tnte convention, and a meeting I I nnd citrus products from brought present or says he has hope that before
expressed
t don ht every
teeth and
t'yeal//( and \\en'l' fifty and two hundred acres of corn former : of the national -
Iferly nought by the visitor mvl, tomatoes in this vicinity this i planned; in the near future to disCOSH ]I K.ssimmee in any one week for along representatives to Kissimmee at the the end of March the actual laying: of
organization
:
the year's work. The next reir-\ | time. Forty-one barrels of fish brick will be under
i'i ntliiu"O on papr' four) I 'prinK. way.
j4 time. In addition to Mrs. Cluis
ulNr business is called for RIO\ same
meeting went out by during the
County Agent Gunn gave the large: express and Miss Clawford, Miss Jan Van I
I 15. I week.KISSFMMEE.
Friday, February
SCHOOL PETITIONS Bothering of growers an instructive _'---_'-.-__-H_ De Vrede, director of nursing for the MAJOR BARNETT TO
talk on methods kinds fertilization: "CUPID'S CABARET" MINISTERS southern division was a guest in Kis-
; 1 I and marketing of corn and answered simmee of Miss Elizabeth: Aultman
r
: SIGNED I n number cf questions' propounded. OPENS NEXT FRIDAY FORM ORGANIZATION who is herself a former representative ADDRESS MASONS
'ARE ALL W R. Collins! M. II. Eby, II. W. of the national organization, and

Boice A. I D. Weeks and others who Enough Information Leaks Out To PaMom Of Churches !\Wednesday considerable stimulus was gven; the
have grown corn irt Florida, also work of the local chapter throug'tconferences ,,'-to '
and answered Indicate !More Startling Events And Organized The Ministerial "The Heroes of Masonry" to J
Chamber Commerce Hears spoke en the question with the'e leaders. -
questions. Mr. Collins has already Than .Usual l With B. and P. W. Association Of Kissimmee Wednesday's meeting was attendedby Be His Subject On Monday .'
Report Of Committee And
planted 24 acres of core, in alternaterows S the executive committee of the local -
Plans Melbourne Road with the tomatoes he will set. It seems to he\\ usual that anythingof \ I The Ministerial Association of Kis- chapter ani a number, of the Night At Masonic'Rall *
An interesting feature of his plans is nn especially interesting' nature simme'! was organized last Wednesday young women who took the Red Cross
More than enough signatures have his contention that the corn will help causes a stimulus to certain k'nds of 1 afternoon at a meeting of the I course in home hygiene and care of Next Monday night, February 4..
I en secured to the petition asking kt v'T) the worms off the tomatoes. l business.' Investigation re\eis! the ministers of the city at the Presbyterian the nick last summ r. Pursuant to will observed as a rally meeting
t le county board of public instruction Earl Lupfer president of Osceoli fact that the plans of the Dus'nesa annex. Dr. W. II. Dresch win the decisions made at the annual! by Orange :Blossom Lodge No. 80, F.
t call a bond election to enable the Growers called attention to the fact and Professional Women's Club to rho en president and Dr. John F. I meeting a month ago, plans were and A. M. A splendid program has
I, wly created consolidated school d'at that one large grower cf corn is an ru' on their "Cupid's Cabaret" ha- I'liillins., secretary." The} meeting was made For the definite steps in the been a'ranged by Jjhn L. Overstreet,
ict to build a new high school and [ enthusiast for the crop because it is had this effect in some lines. For instance attended! by l>r. Dresch of the Presbyterian -i I health program which the chanter the Worshipful Master, and Jie has
'rimary school building. So report- not a wasted' one if the market should post curd stands'! druir und I church, Rev. W. O. Horn- will ths: year urdertake. Mrs. Cluis cordially Invited all visiting Masonsin l lJf
1 II. Clay Stanford, chairman of the I fail. There still remains the stock ether store which handle ilium rated linker Christian chul' 'h, Rev. Walter I' who is in Florida on her first official: the city to attend the meet'nir.
mmittce to circulate the petitions, to be fed. and if not marketable there valentines' have had a run on picture 1 15 Knight Baptist church and Dr. visit in nix year, brought: many suggestion Chief on the program will be the
lit t yesterday's meeting of the Cham- is the fodder available. But, the indications I of the archer god. Other lines of I Phillips of the Methodist church. fiom her store of experienceand well known Masonic oratory Major
I 1.1", of Commerce. And another step are that the market will be business do not leport especially:: '\ The association of ministers will I I inspired the members of the committees A. E. Barnett, who always speaks to
I. taken in Kissimmee's progress, and good. Mr. Collins, who has been doing I noticeable stimulus, yet. For instance -'meet the first Saturday of each month with ideas of the real servicethe crowded houses in this section of
Kissimmee is one step nearer providnig a great deal of buying and ship- the clothinir stores find no indications at the Pres by tel ian annex. chapter may give to community Florida. His subject will be "The
adequate space and facilities for Ding of produce in this section for the along this line, except at Hearty endorsement was given the I I needs, in spite of the limited funds Heroes of Masonry," end he fs saidto
>ls: over crowded school children. last few years, says every year ho the ribbon counter. But why" mix business action of the Kissimmee Chamber of with which they have to work. The be at his best in this lecture. -
The Melbourne road, or Ocean-To-, has had more calls for corn than he with pleasure. Let's talk alout Commerce in its invitation to Dr. I' ultimate idea of the local health pro- I The Masonic Quartette will r"ndcr
'ulf highway. again came in for attention cculd fill. Early corn he feels sure the forthcoming event. Kerr Boyce Tupper to give a series gram is a Red Cross public health several selections: and there will bean
at yesterday's meeting. Pet will bring; good returns. The outlookis Next Friday night i is the date set of lectures in this city on "Great Re- nurse, but sufficient funds 'are not at abundance_ _of _instrumental. music.
Johnston reported that the state road additionally encouraging becauseof for the cabaret. The location is at ligious Leaders" in the near future.A present available. A health committee NOTICE.! "
-partment l the arrangements made with Manager Garden formerly designated motion was organiized: however which
will meet in Orlando soon Japanese was passed "that all re-
"No shall of
Piano of the citrus association, will do volunteer service work in person deposit ,on any
Fireman's Hall and the time
land his words caused the members to as nuests from extra-church philan-' the sidewjlks
streets lots within
or or
-it up and take notice. The Chambers for pre-cooling. Information available seems to have a start but no evidencehas thropic and other organizat'ons: for ,' many phases of the program, in cooperation the business povlon of the town,
c.f is somewhat contradictory as to been secured the wind the with the city physician and
Commerce of Kissimmee and Saint relating use of church buildings shall be
or public square, sweepings -
< l loud methods of shipping. Some maintain There of the eats, referred other local agencies.One any any
have determined to let no opportunity up. are course to the ministerial associationfor I
of stores cf flees
Dwellings, ,
that be to marketsIn of the important measures to any
shipped
corn can drinks and "
to action tho dancing, program; no consideration.
pan get on the north by while others self : be taken care of this year will be the shops, or boothsJPor, any paper, hair, I
express cabaret could be wth-
much respecting I Another motion
(discussed) road, and, the suggestion adopted was "that creation and maintenance of Red -.hiplI, bonfes pings, slops, straw,
it cannot. Some maintain that it a
that a committee consisting say out them. But the "features" of these all meetings in the interest of philan- Jbr
will begin to turn black before it is CroHS "Loan Closet." The volunteer trash rubbish wastlngs of anY'kind
if the entire membership, if neces- (Continued on page tour) I (Continued on Page Four) whatsoever
but he is
old in the north if shipped in refrigerated service department is already at work ; hereby required -
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before the
'ary go road department to putJany accumulations{ a.
cars. All agreed however sweaters, bathrobes, and pajamasfor
was greeted with hearty applause. and ex-service above specific* in a box or suitable
thfn men in government
is
that if it ship
the.Sam L. Lupfer, Jr.t chairman of ped to northern pre-cooled markets In ventilated SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR OPENED YESTERDAY hospitals and Mrs. Cluis complimented receptacle, an* place the same out at
committee on the New York exConhtnu.4 cars it will carry in excel'ent the chapter on its response at all the edge of tie sidewalk in the street
( on page four) marketable shape. Southern markets times for the national work. While in front of tie premises occupied by _
# no"in: manner neglecting their 'him each an J every day by 8 0 a.
I -t were deemed possible for express AT TAMPA TO CONTINUE ALL NEXT WEEK any
PROGRAM shipments. ; obligation to the national work m., at which Incur such accumulations ,
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 4 P. After the discussion, on corn was the chapter will devote more atten- shall be rewired "bv scavenger carts;, .'1
,Broadway Band Stand finished D. Lv Smith of Saint' Cloud, tion this year to local service in all and any neifton 'violatingthe procis.ions .
Ml addressed the growers on the subjectof Mayor Wall Officially Open ed What Promises To Be forms compatible with the health of this I section shall, upon eonviction

KISSIMMEE. U. J. Burrows CONCERT, Director I1AN blackberries.the Florida,Marvel lie talked blackberry especially, its Most Largely Attended Fair In Florida History program._ _ _ _ _ for each, be off f netWiot s.. ... exceeding" $6J>0, .. r *

4-- on culture, and adaptability.PARENTTEACIIERS' With Most Exhibits Ever Seen In The South GIRL SCOUTS ENROLL The abo Is i a"copy of,section 149! *
Man: --"Boy Scouts, of America" !. -. TOMORROW NIGHT cf ,the revis. I ordinances,of th. City ->

--A.-__1.__ .._?..__.Sousa SOCIAL, of KissJmi .' , J';, .
Overture-"Orpbeu" .__ Offenbach The South; Florida Fair and Gas-I :The ,crest fair will contlnws all The enrollment meeting of the Ktssimraee I wishto *11 tho'attention of the,
Celebrated: Menuet ___.:_ Padcrewskl MONDAY AT PARISH HOUSE pariUa CamiveJ of 1923'was the ban-' through' next week. Tomorrow ':will troop of Girl Scouts will be people of thiplaclns place to the practice) of

COflO5jWaIt5. -':l..*_____, 'Strauss. ner year... But Jutel'da" opening of 1 be ,Canada with.the Lsndlng of held tomorrow night (Saturday) 'at >refu in tho street ,expect-.. ,
g INTERMISSION The Parent-Teachers'; Association the 1924 fair snowed that the banner day, ;; : Saint John's Parish ,House..,.,At this tar the city rbaco truck.to renxrvo ,:'t i:
Coronation?March-From:,the Proph. win give a social next Monday nightat win,be passed 'on.""According to-ad- Yo Mystl uKrew{ 'Tuesday, .,Qover* meeting the "tenderfoot". badges will the santo fo th....." ,Bach.material a*' -' ;"
et.;- __.:_ .-w l uMeyerbeer<< t Saint!3.1m I Parish House at 8 vices.'from there today the exhibit is noriasmeisc: and Boy, Scout day; be presented to the girls:who, bars grass, tree 1 achsaw.eds aa<| tNAh'r....;. .
I) Medley,of..American W.r. Songs. .o'clock. AU parent>> of.tho; community fifty,percent larger, than-erer,before Wednesday,',\Tourist'day,' Thursday passed the tests., The meeting open should botho'owner b mod or'taken ear of by.\-V'*-
-1861J863': _....;:Laurendeall! pe.invited to to present whether, and-the indications ,that,the:attendance ;..'; Shrine dayr Friday,' Tamp*'\'day?:smd to all families of participating t occupant of the vronisv* ,
n..nnesllO-"S'ftam..."" '" will be that than will ,closo tho, fair with 'offtcers'of the ParentTeaehersssociation I T, :
/ =: King they arerteroberr.,of.the organization !much mos, Saturday girl*, Os. B B. pOVGHTHNt.A&; : .
SUr: ,8pan .led I BIUIDft'T..;...._..._..:...-.IC.,. 'or'.not.. the, largest.before. > ."EnD.. .,. -- ,,and.the-'scout counciL. ; ,City; lLaaagsr.. )_*:; t j
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*, PROCEEDINGS OF THE letter from lIon:?, Milton Pledger, asking I\VI1 I Uiiilr. road lund work-------work----- 32 K2.CO.to
RId Ht-oimnn
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS\ the board to pass a resolution 'requesting itiBcoula lltlM. Co., supwIUs.f.a..10

authority to cancel certain l Much lima., lumber -,-.. ...' . 25.SJ A/ '
The Board of County Commissioner tax certificate against' 'lands of Joel ,1 f H Kmfi't: ">m, gss.-4. -_ ..--. 8627III :
in and for Osceola County FlorIda V I'hllllvx/ rand work diet 5. .SU.inl2rnBt
,
\ Rials. ; the board after having considered > YUUIIMT road work:. JUS.14)
met in'tegular {session at 10 a. the claim 1
resolution
passed a as 'Homer 4.r'I'
-
", .j Monday, January 7:, Members requested. \V ltr tltntrelul'ror od work.. - IT.Bt'

present! E. L. I). Overslreot, chairman /). A. Bass' stated that the price he l' U \\'11112.",.., road woikr. II.."" HI
II. O. Partin A. .'. Bans and ,I14J: KMIriiinl work.-------- L'H noiMonruv Ii
for of
was receiving care paupers, 915 '.lIom.... ttnlrs| .147(1
-
K. V. Phillips. Johncton and Garrett per month was not sufficient and M <: \Utl''').'. read nlaekinei'I-- 38.71'jJ"t / : ,

attorneys for the board, and J. asked the board to give him a small } '.,. & Mlll.r. lumber, _.._ 291.091'I.e
I.u.d .
wad e'orf..Ilare
L. Ovorstrect clerk also being
pres raise. Thereupon the board having T t. <, ent. (J. M. Hanscll) being absent.) I considered his request upon motionof I. llriiiiKoti, speed cup| . - 12o.ini j CAR

Tho, board was called to order and A. I"'. Bass seconded by II. O Par- SHIM H ,rUorv Katn wartten. . 126.00' THE NI VERSAL
the minutes of the November mectInjrn II l,-". 110"v. Kunil.' refund _ SSflMIHllll '$ I
tin and.carr he allowed $17.50/ .
was : 11. dgur. flHIVltlotl( fore 1211.( "
read and approved. per month for each pauper under his It "I'nmice., feeding. (.rlnoiu-m' 49.4" -
The chairman of the board called! II. i It KaiiiKr, cost uf J.....ke case 17.00 '

attention to the fact that it would care.Robert Parlor the who has It I-'Rrll"'r. cimt .ir ling case J7.SS:; A Tremendous -
I negro! I.. It harmer 9 \\hlnltv <'''..'!'.. '144)00 l Forecasting
be be careful the.
to of
necessary been under the of the I II '
(
care county U It 1-'nrmer.xt "f IJndcame; 2400'
manner in which funds were spent 'physician for the past few months, I. It K/I rm,kr. &' ; ronlnIIMetuu' $. S ring Demand

for the ;year 1H24 to avoid exhausting reported' that. he was able to work I f33H S3 u _ _ _ . 1 s 5fi71| I
I. It Knrtm-r. c-ont8 I B.itr.ourt. 3 11/1 '
funds before the end of the
year. but that he had! a job and if it was I 1. It 1'1111' r. ....!.\ntit nl Jail 31 ('" I I
( The members of the hoard assured satisfactory with thu board he would .httkson pit' ilit't1,11N, ultnt-HM 4.111 '

Mr. Overstrcet that they fully appreciated $30.00 month what ho tl I \ Mntll' M Illli.HH 4101 !
I. pay per on .. .., ,739,626
the situation and wot'.lil: cooperate I 'h" I. Hltht-HM 2Ililllin ""
the '
owed until
county itsus paid. '
( llul.-h' >', ultll.Mti 4111) i ,
1 with him in possible. : :: :: ;
any way Upon! motion of II. O. Paitin.! 8:1'-1: r I II I I I II I. \\ I It ii. Kit 4 11.1.
lo proved me funds.Committee ,jtillle' VnleH, xt II "..KS 4 im, ,
| ended I> A. F. Kass anil ('urrh'lI. rte
.
A consisting of S. J. agreed y '1| fit. II Hi. InnMI. ....r' 'IiM ", ,"tiSilunlilt more Ford cars and trucks were pro
board allow him to mthe
Triplett. J. Edward Kraus V. M. to .| KIOH upaliH. !'MIL' .. I: duied last than the previous "
.
county as he had agreed.. but' should I.Ill !11.! .InlltlMotl) .1 I" f'ltllt 7 '"'1 S year
I Hill of Narrooxscc, appeared! before he fail the 1 sheriffu a instituted to I', )hulk. of i isi.nl.i liaiiHfir l"iijj:| I year, an increase of over 50 per cent. ; 1

the board in the interest of pioposel I take hinge uf' hint and plate him "ISopl.--( It.tiU I .li.ilini.. MII. I..''I 171'11, ,, I
I'fiti" xxait.tnlHxpri 1"\' i .im.lt
hard surfaced, road from
NarcopKstM- with the 'load gang until the mount I i'.1 l ft.nil, Ih. .. 11.1.11. IIII..IH' ..i- .lli.x> I r SIn f
running north to Orange county.Ii"">. was paid.G. i II, \ inn. f 24110: .1'1 spice of this tremendous increase in production, it was

Mr. Triplett failed attention to the W. Ashton asked the Loud 1 to 1 I'm. an.t r.'f.I"' . .. '112'I''' during the
spring
use of l log carts over the piopoielroad B.I! and I In, i.lu., i''M'i 1 I'I impossiblfe to meet deliver requirements
allow bun to wade I the old tountytiuek eta"l m.,1, 5 Ford Cars
'I"| I I inn" and summer months where orders for 350,000
Bin, tin that damage : : .
great was ; I II.
jr ,
, _
for u new one, the amount to 'I'1'u'l< 1.11." .in'I"" 'ell!
being done to the load find therefore, I I... allowed on old truck being' l$150 l :; .OilThe IMiMn, n > : 4"," ",,', and Tru o could not be tilled. *
should he piohibitod. Put Johnston 1 h. li.m.l |i''id,| ,I I.. ., I," tinIlltll.S
as attorney for the board mformoil hojrd having lw:,, ". the request III, :Inn p, tsnns til. "f'\ I. .IM IlI'-! This: yea winter buying (for immediate delivery has been '
of .
upon motion A. F. Il.isi, secon.lod! I HIM' f.n tin x. ir X. 11 1 ||J4 I "
them there was a law now ,'xit'nwhieh ; by II. O I Purl in and cairie.i. ':\1111 AnV 'llit. iniiui. ii.n mr/ rnnpl'] I it ii' duI riore act ve th.m'I'r before-and in addition 200,000 I IclJ..rli

4 rc/ulntcil the matter of hauling I I tl'M' 'Illiotl ;i ,idol. inn "nn4r, Mill llu<
ttin was ll-liucted to make the tradtThe , ,, ha e already luvn hooked\. through the Ford Weekly t
over public road, Mr. S. inli-il ?1)laril..I' : :"It.' ' ii Ii .1.1I
Triplettthen cleik, "railed" the houd'' ntten I : i I. "II. n x cyst I ?' I "II"I III i I, III,, in Purchase Plan for spring delivery.
asked the board to see it wan Zion to the appoint nit'nt to, l I.e mad : 11I t t I .1 I I. IX. 1 ..I'I 1)..'r. 9, I K

enforced. Thereupon Mr. John-to l lassured < uf a load "",,,'rllll"IIc/1I1/ and alhe'-1 ---- - -. Thetw fai s clearly indicate that the dem.md' during this

I Mr. Triplett that if ho would for I 1'UI' j jII CHILDREN' ,
ippointment !
IliiU'Uin!
| COUGHS(1ildrea'a
I\ furnish evidence to the nrnl.ecut ntrattorney spring ai. I summer will be fir greater than ever, and that
< !I'.iltin made! tuition the
g Information would 1 be filedagninnt 4. .1 that ,: llir.i.iisrnsitixo. ; are ,iMicnte and orders slw Id be placed immediately wirh Ford Dealers asa .
ippointnieiit in.idb\ tbb'l.ixi! i'l| lu |I'I.1y, r M liool! or work
!ho unused at 01\('.'. lanuat ) 192:1..111,1! : :! for the year" A then. lire "Xf' ",.11 I chilling drafts, me.im o protection .igjintit delay in securing your Ford

Mr. Triplet informed the board "fcommiMllion.r. I D. I their little lioilii'u Car Tr1. ck Foidiou Tractor. :
'II ]1I2I! t the -alaij of each to lein.un | 11 rt overheated! from or or :

therem iin active is they are at this date for the \t-ar I xcrei" -t>. tht-y eo.il of too. quick, and n ''

l trade body oxiMmir lit Xaicnossee, Motion wan, MH onded by A.' 1' HJI-* etilif Mi'fK" in. The i i"oinnipiufs I mute your child ,
: I and that they would like to have a t.) t-iipi"| 1 Ret a iHittlo)\ of '
'
nil allied,!I.
small! county : Kepoit tif tax tolleit I how"l It is I : I.ir-; : 4 Y3/nn
: KIMH.I for i litlimntu delicate;; ; otcr
f $25.00( month '
to
to
per help out za9z4
i
i H early imcunts toilette! Ite the
for lutMl-es In protttts JHCMil. 1 '. raffs the '
the plans: of the rrl{ ni7ollllon. .1. i I'M-;, I 141).70() and cur poll !taxes, $39.IP.: : (' EannIONN! and /given; q irk relief. Areinedr j6 Detroit. Michi'7:

P. word Krause, also spoke in the in.1I'1."t Report of tounty ilcpo-ifoiv. h1",1 ()\\' : siff, pleiiM. .t for
of the and ("ulCb', tvilds, trriin' '
said the |
proposition i balance' funds t OUI'[ whooping
I ll'-'l i
in Jaliuarx !
members of the oiganiration 'i-Id cough mill lirout'lnti, .- lat I'K healing
much w follt,us : i ir.ii and) KoothiiiKKim fn adults mall dcpoot ..I....n.. ,,'ui my pay_.. oihaUoc
'II too.
very appreciate considered .
lieinir .
/ 0 '
""
> 1'or
Hulc cnrolliacni under
J! by the board\' The malt r Ji'| \\'- .. .' ",11, r..nl.n.l 0I' ' ; at your lrUII'KIo untncrj. or your I'
..,, ,, i Ford Wnklr PunluM PUn. mill put your
ing l been c< ,nsiilc-red hv the. litwnl! _. I' : '" : ,
" .. ''.,,' II' q i ( SER1'I'li( IC 1II'IION5 cw the p tl..-- bat lor spurs; deJa"" .
upon motion of A. .I'. ltai. "ecotidtby I I i. K 0 .,1\\"" fl 1IiNtD: : F( "EToi:
II. O Purlin and cirrel.' iniiu- t i l:o.hIn, 1: ::' IIc1 I

was (minted and l the clerk iinlimtedto I I I'.111 '", ...1 nn.I. 11\ 't.... (. 'I 1 I 'I I lie ( ,,, Sri i i x' c'i. I''mmi".n. an I
/ See he Nearest Authorized
"1':1,1: .1" . I
draw
1 w' I'rant. noun" < d l.i-t, \\iiK a in fixoi
'I-| ii r.iii '\ M", i.iii- ,, .J ci.ingi
A 'committee roll-.!..ting/ 4if. .llIeI,*.. S ,11,1,1. | | .,,1)d, "I 1,1,11,1, I end I I I It. of l\ -.41111" ,. lilt.II '111 III'! I I'glll.lllOII-: F-4-i Ford Dealer

W Porter. C. A. Hailex.! A. liar. . I the . .
ill nil II* mil* I I.I !O"'lIld'\\? 'II-'JM'M.MH' to tlt "et'
low of St I'I..u. l. and .1. 1 I': I upfrr, I I I. !I' i\ t"i -t I. I .in, n iv i iI : ". 11'I( II' if ex.tminitii" )I- xxhith have
U..J furrows .I I M II .in-, II. , 'n, .n--I", n,. i I "., '
t mid Milton I'leJirer of II. ,II', ii I .M" til. ..1111)1, -1'' ''. : I bet'n hill ,iiid ,1-rd,( 'I lit. mx n guI.it
Kissimmee, :,ippi' >ared before I th<. boned \ I I' 1 I'l--: .1,,,. II, IS-I, Ii. I Il 1 ?" I 'In," f"IL..a :
t in the" inl 'I'at of \liilnl; l: \ ,1111. , ,. ,. I
/ it :Mau'i-n'i:" I ii" --i .j" iI I : I 1'111" ftjilht notue' \rmtii.in tilti .
Square fjndcii The I.1 I I. l i'I, . I .. I ,K 11 ".. ---IIW! __
i r I1IIIII.I.a\ I ,li.hl,, ,,. 1 I'M .' i 11, II .,11"111.1 , '.11 / who -ixt'd, :to s ddii'I,r-, --ailors..
lair nddres-ed. the Ion I t and" II.IMII ..Mill' "'I I I'.L I :u i .. ... u or multi-' ill' any lOr Ire .lllliil" 111,11-,, -

xpl.iiix'il the iinpiutaM'i' of Ihr I ,ni.itter .1, 1'I I I. I ,I.I.I..1)l, : V ,I.i.l, .I... t.ux, t t-, , : 1..1\\. ( ;'" .Sul): I. 1:11,1.:1111:' I Maid's Healing Baths I .

, *lii'
defray thy fpn t of sin h i-\iil! rand : '1"1""I'I I : I ::: 'I lllll: : I / '1,1, I I', :,: : 1 tin: .\ nn" f, OP OSCEOLA COUNTY
I I I In, Ill: I II",, . ,: : i 11",111 'nt >'> 1 i Uxi'..11 .\\inl|
n rt'pM'si'iitai( > to *. it . , ., 'I.. I'MT.:' , I I" nil' ) t' ill ,1 r? I t ,,,111.1 The Highest
( j pr"I" Ii"' 111,1. I. '''''.lnn'' I"III' I. I I ..I'' "" and Iiih' :L', I I'l-'l/ Hill be 111 'in : Think; in Central South Florida
erlv exhibited Mr; I'lmljrei' ) q tatrl i .1| l .., '.- 'It'iuh', I, I, 111 "I' 1 : .'" 'ixxid< ,t' o'II1 i n.\ t \.11111.11'0"' for (I/' iull, ,,I .1 I I'I-f, ,U '

that an spare v.nfit-. i if .''lnbit. w !Is 1' \I .. \1.....'...."...... : \x Im h t 1.1' II.. !I' all i,\,i*.tIUI t I i'ti'isterpn ,II-I'a
made Rmiill -mil, 1IIt'\' , .-. :9511.1111would : <> ( [ .. """I'. ..: I ",: :"" ."'.". x del, ,I ,. ",.,111.11'0"( I i- m.idi'urmir!' | it THl SUBTRop1icAl
nimbly l h 'In .nl.lo "i r I' ill. .,i- i i miner
e.i>ffii it-ril.\ There- t : II .. milll' ,
j I l\ I.V .M I' I \ i-ixu S' i 1 U..I 1:111 1 r than" "'1' |
upon. A. \K. BUR* Mimic nnot on tint, 1,, I ,. .. I'. I. I.P -,.11.', I.:: "" year .ifiei: I their, h iii'' aide,) di! tiaigi'fmm t ?.I 1 ,'. .,IlI't. 1 I.t. !'Jllh"1" I' '"' t'' ""'. 'I MID-WINTER FAIR
"" board I I.hn, M 11 ,'I.n'. , .. I
I1 .
t'. the appropriate $50000 .t11 t off i|. Mix, \l I Ii.-".. I" .... , i he niiiix. in, ti-rniin.it, : ">r 1'11\ .'I''" ..1 ( I l'd' ,I. n St. )

agricultural and, lire -.t-ik fun1'1 I 1:011: I I : I '" 'I' I tin"i .I.Ii\1' -i i 111 i. i ,in II"i n.ix ,.!I..I' P. eb. 12-13-14-15-16-1924

I t for propo-rd cxlnWI Motion teaser' j! Mi I \\0111.iii- '. I" "" o.II.ll< < n' p- 'I'h.I I, Mileof n/J'-.I/ ''i, !I
l onilod bv H O Paitin, and! ciiim-d. I I' \ I ; K. mi. II i.' in..nil, " ALL
IHI-MM-" who [".. .- ,tin- t' \.inl'natlnn' ROADS LEAD TO
st Mr. Pleilper 1'Idnh I I I I. .: ,. "" Cf ARLLS riD[i Owner OH LAIS DO
then \
Mated that if I t'it- \\,11, I lie .
I Mil" i'1 1 nitn "IIIK 11'' I I i 'nrie' i upon| t hit dig J Ide rig ,1- .' I lift'i-n,
i " countv commissioner intrude I fur '1',1.I I I'. 1 la'is. .ii ".,.I I i i'l i. ", Lot J piefcri', lt ,I- in ( on-tcuti\e Years It Has Been Cirowmir; -- It Hat
i Mr. flunn, ,die co inly agent t'(0 I Stun II. I Ml.' III.I..M ., "" .xxi'l' lit tho- 111'1".111111"' kl"Sl.111? ::, i FI.IIIIII\i ) I ,, ,ire-. Tun'and, ,, Pi'o.liKiou.KflVrt\
/ gnno and U o l.nliii.I e,.,, I
L take : "11 I'I':111M
care of the oxhibit. he : J >I't; smith I''" nut IIlll4te, !that'. they have b.n( lion 1'1"' : ".p'()-Itlon In the Rlllt<<.. It is not a mushroom

4 1 ; ) Upon pnouiu motion Know" it of its fully in pn s'bl" (......r..1 )!-termr .. I oiublv tii'-thaii.'ed, I I'h, it \\tit--, jms iblf forI< to i I' III l Ilia t-iuirtjs| the constant labor of the whole growth but

p H. 0. Partin ?e'- : M KloukKllIn! .. < 111'< ulThumpmMi < '. A soldier sailor, or maii'iivlm i drive i I.erf year to bring it to
home .
to the whole Ycu
.Anifr..an J ( ion have
onded bv R. V. in
your part
it.
1 Phillips Mr. Gunn - "\ - t IiOIl I ; ( I sowed: between August 1 1H4! \ l '
was designated as the U M Itohlimoii.' IILrnry. (X 5,11)5)t 11\\1'\ \ I. au< people the conviction of ne Jeil, concern : 'u can help make
(, a with tho OsoeoU person exhibit to PO \\"0'" ,...r.'II" )...'I'', "51). pn31M/', ,,,,.yqlf t'.fA July 2, 1921!I: ] and, who, by reason of for our educational .!.K-Of..Hities. 'how 'the it hum. Arrangement have\ been. mad, lo

1L see that', it was county ami National\\1t1..r''Rn,1' Unlit, ', I l'I Inulr's' "" bHNfj''iY;g Q/II'!' : confinement in government .hospitalunclecrtrP8tmeit -. Our hopes! for the evolution of ;'a best of the' Product, Citrus Garden; ,, "Field Manufacture
properly handled the 't'1Ibuae'u, Ji.t\ llom
said motion ; being unanimous. '\ "*', notlett',1( of;f, tuktf-M..j t'hJlH' 2LIuI,, I | hns2bcen, 1 prctenti") I constantly; Improving. tfystem!, \ ( : human'organization Uemoiistiation, Health, Stock, .Poultry, Art, NeeJIecraft, etc.
M \I,1I'f' fromv-taking.'nn:
1 i ; '
> I"1 llf I Kenuvvr' prt.li? oflle.1' : examination! Of, for', will'ftlit. 2 linnie/ J.-Jones'
Judge! T. I.. Comerrenofted to the .pilaf' which : :, their"jua.\ Shows have 'a part and big'piut. ,
1o i
a
theie .
; \VnUer) I';\ anN & CogN1'el) 1'11.. nn existing-register, tilicMtioii, in the
widening the the
board he
that IIP had purchased a new r.-t-nitl, ,lii.ukK" 2'Q ".; may lit' itlmittc'i,| to Mit-h x .mini itiuM I the deepening laces are best in the South Atlantic States S.iitty-flv.
index record for the of & \\' II I 1)in w i ii. i I i 'I. .1'I II I.n.I'" : -,', '"' { u111vyr*- ullzat.on of> that' mtflligt'li't' hors
bringing nn H purpose I"I 'III, 11 III,, In.,,,,11., d.I I in -.111. "pi"I, ". ; .,'. "r""d..1. Inrntiki, "I'pl'oI,1' mi n It'li/l and t hoI nun" al i'oiiv ('i..u j ,, nopratticing on the track. Many unique novelties.
eomplele imltvf ,i'l, 1 I i .il" in. "Ih,, I I'iii. I,11nip i I'1)' ''In' ; ;ti .ft"I', (iliM, bar ir' fi, null t I'M-', 'ii. -- vhuh f", II''' ,h fin
rapes in his office, and asked , , in |niiition es1arc | CO.MK
if the Iii 7II111. 1i\ .,I--. --' >i 1 h' '- |/lIla !. YOURSELF. IIIU'oiG"tWit:'
A hoard would I pay expense of hat 'm r 'i" I I. I':.II,, .1 V nn,,IIIII--I, , ,>ll-, ; I I If the i human' : ahuu.. .< \\.ti: "in (I..1 i TAMILY.KCI .
the work don .1. M..fahr I 'r.-I.I pi 10",,. I II.! nl, I I 'III prvlnuInnc!' ?I11nnnnlnlof|' IInrdlllL!. : 1.\1. 1 IXMTATION
tn TO
I e l IM-UJ" | I I'i \ "li., -. .I.i "I, l : |I" "u p" I t. "" I th<' i"llIn"In, .tit' nit f. ib.tbV'lt : : ) OSCEOLA COUNTY FOLKS
present slated! that it should l lie dour i I I..1.I ., "I.I l I '. .1, :vi, ,. '\ I 1\ II hI .
.r | I 01 I '' lure U I h") I.ye, ail,,,,, J" V"."ley I (SEAL) : Tie"
; by an expel us it was a very difficult, : It S I:I.'Ml II,Illl. ,I- I ll 1 I I.' "'' 11"1111111'1'' l\ ,lilt- II JAS. U GILES, Treas.
job. Judge Coiner then, 'I U II M I."MM-.I, , "'I"Ie.-| , | S C(11'laul- )IMIitdu Pays B' Iiie'I i II K / lICKSOV.. 1'rt's.
win m-.trtitt
I'I i ied . . "ill' lit all"' '' ""0.1, C. E. HOWARD
;f to and i.nr.| i \ "i'i n tiI, (. "r ..t ''I '. ', l to eritt-i .in ix wJw_ Sec'yW
try vet
estimate of rest 0'Wnr' \\ . amillali.n: r.
.1. I i : for
III nb.l. 01. "".H" :, I IIO. any t'O\ ei',"",'nl I'o.i i : ftw
before t 10.* rofiilar meeting. of ." 1,1.I I lIh, I '" 'I |1'1.1-, 1 I bon f""d! . -
the l 100111,111 j ".. . I' they IIUMIn t n tram 'I I iIttil, .
/ February' ,1.I I II.IU I' -nntdl.-' I I'. btin- bun Ilwugl j If the dust Irouldn
,
l n. 1111 nrul fin \\l'ii I'' n i tin' ,
.I"
? 11.1. Inn i-
i
J. .10.- ,
t E. I' i ,. '
,,
f filet .lohnston. t' 'unty <-"tr per II\111 I .. I !I-:.. ..I" I nolnl, ,... ."II.,, : ." \i-tntr' ' : t-fisti'i.; jn ovirli'tl the 11'111).1., II' ii" "' \ "' h .II I I "',.
Im "I' ,
,d e-timate nobIt i- ,, _Ill. II" .
tjf woik" 'ntnntrte. I MiM Irn
110": ill .
i. n1,1n1 ,
.1)u I i 1 :alt'i , ,,
b-
Illplnrt, '
,
by 1) K. Kilimtrn. nnd \V.:. K .I 1\111'.1' I \ ,11'. 1 r.: ../. II pn, "nlu ?,I1), t" ,it ,. I finlndiiiiini', In- n Io't cult' nrlu' hlJl"I'd, I dblla. ItII d I 1.. It'
l. '' ''' .,,, ,,,, ., , l I Hi" 'an -lni\\' Hi", I I'l' 'itIn .
''I. 1
on llttlopuu' Ken,' |p it IIm t 1"'" p.lld 1 IIIH'. I I 'd'
; i ns\illi- "wId). t lit'h t> f 1.1.. 1..1", ,, ,,,, , !! \\.11 I (ram" ,{ III. I fl' Iwu' fu1, \J I Il\'l I, 1'
IS 1"1. r rI I''' '' Iii' '
which wenonltitd, paitl! ; .,, , ...., " I I IMl ,, , , I"" lln'4 after,( i ;Ihr; "I.IV of the K'nndeiful, 11eInrdl( "d"" I the I dirk., ; _
,
The rlt-ik ted , ;appl'ali'ill. : 1111\, I hr'n III 1 the' I'" "I' 1""I'h
it-pt, that' \;\1' .1.I I Ii: Inn' sl 1 "m ''
( ; Yate I ". I I K \ : ,,. or .i |I'plit ''Ii inn a.n'p'"II"j' > i it .
had II-I'd the, bt.irrcl,, tor H I in lint' 1 I. liv taking it 110,11'( tho 1 a } oar tg 'I." II
ir ,
/a e'r1llil'dr
sistanft( on I the Jl'rnllnel thAt she' ha i i iseveinl I .1'I'l I ',I.:- i\I III I.' ;i I.II
diiMrcn in ,. , trainmr/ 'Ionic I the Iittu' hid
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allow Mrs Yates IOOO' I ( ( per ,in ,tit,t''I, I I. I : ." I.'11,1, I I., I' , ,VV I ., .... :Ilwo I "I'rl'd i) bo\, |1"111111:11) hunk; \
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wantt-i j to buy a i I'I", I ,, ,0'111)1)11' ,,! , .1.1 Nuk\ : rouinl liit'V: .r I
trip of lunil ;owned by I the couniv.j, l..l ". \: 'II"I *< I Iad' ao,I,10 \i\12"H" 1111 in, ;

between I the Dixie "iv.hwllawl light '11m?" I I'.ui.ii* road. N1)1k I 2SUn TIll'v 1 bo\,r'l low) I Iv fur the first It1tiLe
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mime >e ng a I IN *. .I,. ,!f I' who was atinjr -' U E
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f part of Iota !j:1:! lint! !H| of the I' I.. & 1 I : I : 'limn v\ "rl 10 1)11 as ,it-frrt, 1)11,1vaq
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I. Company's addition. The matte / : \\ i < INU:UN /'a:: aVpll.,:i t ?; ', I ,f ",tolling( clapped) l Ins hand. AIRY Cos

r was referred to Messrs Johnston and I.It II"I'1)Nh. I n, t .I ,.ii i. In mill.. lilt. ::!. 1)n 1 fond erred : "Ctimton, li>jmix it MILK & 1C CREAM.opL' .
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ascertain the de .1.1 I
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k It.t seription of the lands and, picpare ]' l.itiil. I'linl.. IH Huh In. tniiil NIKn/> I /"i .pup' | :'' '"' "' 1,|I (Out- of Hit- Love! t'-irpcd! : "What il"

e deed. II i.; Mini. I. .. in..I "" I ', ': you want for five 'ollara'
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Jj s 'ter from Mrs. Maude E. Fancier, j" S .1'.uxuu. ..'I It nn 1,1,1" 2' ",'' I STRENGT OF IRON ? rouTldpacl.tucfe!
Iq4 the \\ It :1b.kln.n' ,.
. I asking boald to pas a resalut'oi: KIII.K| | : 'I4 1 :i14X I.
.,, # : asking the Luptel I Mr I ''Alh"I.I ".'M end, oil' ) :13 t .. TI.
comptroller to authorize luphr| & | rloN I.I
I'ral her. I lipilrH. 22 :e. yeai alto physicians I
0 the cancellation of 'I.II- 'I
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certificates IllUIltt' THIRTY
t. I Kill ru 7S'K 11 to rescribe
Nos. 1473 and II.II It I Kilpa" kk. ] Gude'sri FA'I'I iUS I
1474 of 1915 and 71 of | mail' work ; Ii;, because i
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( 1923. The board Mini Miirkrl BUiill.K| | 105 I provided 4a
having considered /II ii I'., tin loml. ) Ingp'rllnu. 4.0" a form of iron which was
.:.rk the claim passed a resolution W II Mann easily digested aid
as re- urubblnir' 1 loml' 112 F did not affect
4 quested.The Tube halo. toad work _ '000, the teeth. Now I islthe season I
a clerk flttrke Kln.v. land road. work "i when Sanitary Daily milk
on la
' presented and read a letter 1' "t iniafoM you especially neef it. Your
}) from HOI- B- M. Robinson clerk Tie j bass loud work----------road work' : ez 70.10:&oIK ::! I gist has it,in both I quid and tablets.drug the milk for Irjur folks.

Ml rVi, circuit court of A IU'.. ,, It r FOR SALE
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Orange i I npec'tlon will benefit .
county
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regarding Trial lyour
Table* ? '-* for
, J 'ill Crnm roan*>lxn baby.
} I iirti drlvr. _ _
road markers on line between / ( tl the .11..bulldl.. Your
v H. n'4 /''iilllMiii valve or 0ud. wife aril
road work P ... children
Orange and Osceola 1.0; wrlt today hoile
counties. The rl, "J'V, i' '. i d for r >*rou> Trial P My at
4 clerk was instructed to writ Mr. Iiiaai* Krklpy road work workUh' 77.00J19.0 44'j no moarr- tutt I sad of TiblrU.xklrru 8.n4 e will, like it and! >t will be corner Hughey arid South Vernon

':Robinson and advise that Osctol I \V K Falmke. tractor trading h U u M 1. BrattmbMb Co, W.ma Su, N. Y.to good for you.cbNITARY. Streets. I Two

i_ i county', Bad already placed a marker J Aaron J J9dg.tL Doo.., road hire mule work *__wnjon_. '___ 41 4S.04.II story house, thoroughly modern,

oh the Randy I'udf'tt. road workt 15.00 61) e's price re onable
1J Notary bond of Mrs. M. S. Lawson Archl Albrltton road 'work __ 7.KI IRYt' and. terms to suit purchaser. :A:

+ '' T"> t.t ;''BuretJef with .Lyles V.' Story, and R. S. Floyd Rem ChrlU) Albritton Padnett., road road work work.. ____ 1..11.iO.OA P oan real horn at a real 1 bargain *.

: ",was., "examined and apt Jam.. Fadfett. road work_ __, 1.1111 '
1 ed" David 1Ja... road
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'* Owen LaDle1'0.." work .." B. CRAWFORD
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THE INFLUENCE OF HIGHWAY .. . '

TRANSPORT IOUS LIFE. OF UPON MY THE.COMMUNITY RELIC. MAKE S'I' I;

Prise Winning Essay by Addie M.. .I 11 YOU $ DOLLARS $, AVE MORE N

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Muller,.Sanford High School
In my home community in north. \ y1k.
western Oklahoma, the region once
called No Man's Land the develop. .
ment of good roads and of all r..
ligious activity have been insepara-

nome ducty My connected week.:covered-wagonstopped, ever since the beside first I McCAULEY'S DRY GOOD STORES P

The religious life of a .commim'ty
l h a broad: term; it includes more than \
church attendance and prayer meet- -
insru. It covers every spiritual) phase KISSIMMEE FLQR1I'ASE.LL1NG v
of living:, and all intercourse that lift .
to a l J-.i=her plane During the last .
few years immense changes in modes
of liv'njr have taken place changes
directly tracenb'o to the more general
construction of gcod roads.. UJo
Only those who have lived in No ...... OtTBegins
Han's Land can even faintly realize '
whut heartaches and struggle itt c:= O'c Hr
settlement! has meant. Many a home- D.tCI ::
nit:k woman has thought wistfully of
some little church "back East; its >
j.t-acefulne. and the friendly faces
of those who were brothers and ties
ters in that church. Many stronr -'
man. without quite: defining'his\,, need ,
wanted the inspiration/ of frrcefu' -<
rrtiOns' and solemnly swelling music.
But it takes money to build churches
and a fair number of members to ,-
support them an:! the settlers! were
ordinarily poor and long distances
apart. When road were only dusty r
trails broken by canyon* and sand
'hills, friendly callers were few. r
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As more settlers came, roads were
improved a 6mewhat-the very worst <
crossings. on the. creeks were Axed
and the deepest sand atrawed. Sun
day schools and occasionally church >
were held In the first ene-room scho'1house 2:
and no one who has not experienced
a dearth of religious fnflunrev o
ran ent'mate' the real value of -
Sunday schrol them. Men and worn
tn drove weary miles over the toilicirno .
roads. to feel anew the "peace $:30 .
that pisnrth under'ti nHin< old! miracle were Iran1 lite! into thpman..I. ; .
of their dnily surrounding A.M.
fur the' little children. 5Y 5 5.I

I li Still rr' .the A relentless h mo' mill'o'1arv.miles were dtuntIv 8I ...J And Ends lVli
dnrinL' heat or cold, driving; a ...J nday, February.llth '
'... n"i Ofl l Imlmn pi niC'. miirht mee* 1 UJS
n.nrm weJcn'nl's in the is ilatedi :! ,
"i .t'p' ,'* home, anti yet encounter refo ::: .I
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ils). to attend l rhurrh st'rviI'P, be- We are going out of the Dry Goods Business amt have put the prices down to rock bottom. Right now when the Wholesale 2o

.>dads HIMihev, were were bad loo or ftr le'aune rrT.,aid in the the. Prices on Dry Goods are advancing, you have an opportunity to buy at a very great saving. Every article in the Store is tm

r..-h of farm work, horse w>rked all on Sale. We only mention a few of them so you can compare with other Sales Bills. Come early. Buy Shoes and Dry
%. Imn.t rent on Sun 'iiys. The I Goods for the future needs. You will be in Luck if you beat the other fellow to it. .
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tv"rk of l better organited: chure'rs ,- V
,.. the few small trwnn. had little i
+influence outside' the immed:ate lim
It' of the town The road wcr REMEMBER:---POSITIVELY ONLY NINE RAPID SELLING DAYS \ S
gull:] n hindrance; the road, and lack
Ir nnv means. of speedy! I iransporta-, -------------------------------------------------- ---------,-
tier A ten mile trip then was to
many the equal of on* of fifty to EXTRA SPECIAL / 16-inch Star tfrand Solid Leather 42 x 36 Pepperell Pillow Cases. . 33c i

and daIn: filippcry summer clay slopes tHe long and Mndh'IU
tiT ice-covered stream, drifted road en VERY EXTRA SPECIAL .1- Douglas and Florsheim Oxfords ((4 years to 14 years old) S

qfrrzen Motor vehicles slush kept were people rare, for at home.their -<( Ladies' High Top High Heel,' and Shoes. Prices never be- CORSETS AND BRASSIERS ;

value was unproved and the condition Shoes, black, brown and gray, fore heard of . . . .$2.48 to $-1.98Ladies' We Have Them Up To $3.50 I >na

u'e. of Newspaper the roads!timulM-d disco-jragej int: ,their res'however Sale . . . . . . . . . . e' . .$1.98 Silk Hose, in colors . . . ..79cMen's Corsets . . . . .. . . . 85c to $2.48
and curiosity did its share These are Queen Quality High dradc. Shirts, necK band style. . .95c a
With the arrival of aut..mohlea.1rOfJIroa.cl : Children's Foot Form Shoes brown Brassiers . . . . . . .. 19c to 85c
became a necessity and a lat 1 Lot Medium Heels. . . ,,/. . .$2.98 ,
ing. change took place, result'ng' i f- Children's Rubber OversKoes black, sizes 8>/ to 2.$1.98 to $2.48 EVERFAST
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Food seasons straight It took road,perervance passable in and al' Sizes 11 to 1.6! . . . ./. . . 25c SILKS 40-inch.VoiJe. . . . , . . . . 69c r

hard work but men who dared NoMjjn's Children's and Men's Ked . .'. . .73c ,36-inch All Silk Taffeta . : . ...$L19 36-inch Pongee ; .49c

because!! Land they were force never the quitters improvement Boys' and Men's Keds.u J. r . . ,$1.39 Paisley Silks . . < .. ... . .., ,.. : ,.93 .3(3( -inch Suiting . . . . . .",, ;< ,48c :n::

of roads, automobile* helned in Lace of all, kinds,. wide dr nar- All Silk Messaline' :'. '.V./' ; .:'..i .,-.'->.' 1.39 . CHILDREN'S DREsSES'Vhite'Voile . >
ntanr ways It l III hard to believe
even when one has witnessed the >- row, coarse or fine, per yd., 3c and 7c 1. Baronet Satins . . . . ... . : 1.59 \ Gingham, Chambray, 2:
rntinire." how much they have increased 40-inch Canton Crepe . . . . . 1.95 '
6 to 14 . . . . . o
1 religious activity All life wasfronrfened (H EXTRA SPECIAL . . . . . .$1.00
.... 40-inch Crepe de Chine. . . . . 1.39 r rter
people soc'etie . White Middies . . .
furnished ; youn r and Best Dress Pins, per package. . . .Ic . . . . . . .49
experience dl'veoppdth"u'ht
alnir many lines encouraging Crimp Hair Pins . . .j . . . . 3c SHEETINGS Middy Dresses . . . . . . . . 1.48
: comradeship and helpfulness. .JCi.JJ Men's All-Wool Worstecf three- 36-inch Good Weight Homespun. .lie T adies' black Waists . . . . . .78c
!, Sunday! school and church cam to
mean more when .ll.'ance was noI piece Suit . . . . . J. . . .$13.98 36-inch> Druid LL Homespun . . 14c Ladies' Outing Petticoats. . . . .49c .

I .inr'r on olmtaclp.it easier With be'tcr! communication Plain Gray . . . . 4. .. . . $15.00 36-inch Bleaching (no starch) . . 15c Sateen House Dresses . . . . .$1.69 i

deeper principles was of Christianity to prsctic"the : Odd Coats, Odd Suits (Odd Pants. :36-inch Long Cloth (good) . . . 15c Bath Robes . . . . . . . . .$2.98

love rn-l kindnes Come On Fruit of the Loom . . . . . . 23c:
K some home missionary of the UNDERWEARLadies'
tarty days ah'ent fifteen or twenty Boys' Corduroy Suits .1 . . . $::1.9S 9-4 Pepperell Sheeting . . . . . 52c Knit Short Unions . . . 49cT 2: ;
years sho'iM come back now. drivinrriu 10-4 Pepperell Sheeting . . . . 54c
wiry little ponie. he> would se. DOUGLAS AND FLORSHEIM adies Knit Long Unions. . . . .98cGirls' '
7-4 Pepperell Sheeting . . . . . 47c
that many of his praver* for NMan'
f Land have been an.we'ed'and OXFORDS AND SHOES 42-inch Pepperell Pillow Tubing. .33c Knit Short Unions. . . . 69c)
i ho could well with Odell J Children's E-Z Waists . . .
I say Shep- Going at prices never heard of on any \' . . .39c /
pard: Dress Shoes. Think of it. $148 to $4.98 TOWELS Infants Ruben Waists . . . . . 29cMisses'

!. "There are dawn roads that clamor to greetthe You will have to hurry tog your size Wonderful Wash Values Cloths in Towels and Unions . . . . . . . . ..39cMisses'

I Or dip to the misty sea. Outing Gowns. . . . . . 75c
Wandering restlessly on and on EXTRA SPECIA 14 x 28 Bath Towel . . . . . . . 14c White Middy Skirts . .
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. . . 69c
Through all the that be
But these that march years across the plain; Women's White high Top Ca vas 18 x 38 Bath Towel . . . . . . 19c

"k Past banners of goldenrod Shoes, per pair . . . . . .\. . -25c 17x34 Huck Bath Towels . . .19c IMPORTED RATINE ::

(h-t:Arc of leading the sights back and to sounds God." of men MEN'S FELT HATS I 19 x 36 Huck Bath Towels. . . . 19c $1.00 Yard, Sale Price. . . . . . .69c i

I Special . . . . . . . 98c anc\$1.48 Wash Cloths, each . . . . . . . 5c Curtain Scrim . . . . . . . I3c :

S. J. TRIPLETT RETIRES Caps . . . . . . . . . .39c anfcl 85c LOOK AT THIS ONE Chambray . . . . . . . . . . I5c a

I'iron Card Man II 43 Yeara' Stand- $2.00 Blue Overalls, high back. . .65 Children's White StockingsSizes Bungalow Cretonne . . . . . 19c

tag Now Taking Th'nus' Easy Other grades Overalls . . . . ... $15 : 8 to 10, selling at 35c and 17c and 20c Gingham. . . . . . 14c

"Trip"(Linotype han News refred.,: New Orleans All Florida) Work Pants. . . . . .$1.15 to $1. 50c, Sale Price . . . . . . . . 18c SWEATERS AND SHIRTS 4x

printers know S, J. Triplett, who has Children's White Slippers, sizes 30-inch Birdseye . . . . : . .$1.95 Brown Shirts, 2 pockets. . . . .$1.98 f

years carried, has a never union missed card forty-three an assessment 8 to 2, per pair . . . . . . .49c Table Damask . . . . . . . . .69 Gray Wool Shirts, 2 pockets. . .$2.48

nor drawn day's sick or other Ladies' White Slippers, AssortedLot \Light Colored Calico . . . . . .08 Men's Brown Sweaters . . . .$1.98 ::

benefit tension, became until his effective recently a few acquired weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.79 \. HERE IS A GOOD ONE Boys' Gray Slip-Over . . . . . .98c
....0. O 1 Table Ladies' black and brown. Cl dren's Romper Cloth, fast

duced.Mr. Trip1 In 1887 left before is the the man International who intro Slippers . . . . . . . . . .$2.39 color, Crinkle Cloth, needs no 20 Per Cent Off Men's Suits m

Typographical Union the resolution 1 Lot Boys' Shoes and Oxfords, ironing, per yard . . : . . . 18c JO Per Cent Off Boys' Suits

now for the the finest establishment institution of of its what kind: is . . . . . . . . .$1.68 and $2.35 Krinkle 'repe for Under Garments At our Other Store

the world, the Printers Home at A few large sizes Men's Work :V . . . . . . . . . . 18c SHOE & MEN'S SHOP

Colorado"Trip"! Springs.has been connected with Shoes . . . . . . . . . . .$2.69 81 x 90 Pepperell Sheets . . . .$1.39 Fred Gilbert Location

newspapers both in the editorial and -------.- It
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mechanical Until recently end.he'was, for over connected forty years.with) You can see by the few prices quoted at random, that we ha disregarded cost, Sacrificed Profit and have* put the Prices

the Avon.Park Pilot.'He bat acquired where it will pay you to lay in 'a .supply. The few items mentioned from the Thousands of Articles we have only gives you
a competency, has a nice home andIt asmaUJdea. Come-and Nine Selling. 'Days Only. !
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is said that he has taken many 'j' .
priies for .>being the handsomest -

from printer the inFlorida.Butwe smell'that of 11.printer's'.annot keep ink.The' make. away thepredletion No' 'GoddaXExchanged' ; After\ Closing Day of This=-February llth; 6 p M.


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.r KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .1' I ::: ;

i Es,. W. Hornbaker, B. D.. Pastor I .. '
,!<\ THE WATCHER J JA .1 ; 1 This is a MICHELIN: year'

BUBLI8HBD BT : . 10:00 .. m.-Bible School.., C. E. iQcltl:1vttyi ..
'l'HIl KIS8IMMEH. VALUBT OAZETTSKVBRT : . . .,4'. ... ...... Yowell superintendent. School! grad ',

.5 FRIDAY ed.. Good Instructors. welcome < I ,
K188IMMEB.. KUUH1PA. NEW WORD Hearty. .


I W H. HARRIS *_....*.......pr..ld..nlZ. During!: the late war the word 11:00 extended a. m.you.- Mornlnp 'Worship. : 5, .. I.

j O. VANS AONBW.*,......8ecr.>l ry slacker" was coined to designate an Sermon by the minister. Subject! .
I, ALLISON -RENCH..Edltor: unpatriotic' citizen :who shirked his
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"How God Views Us. The choir willing ,,;.
.EugeIIIPTIovOn. HATKS duty. to his country. Recently an : "All The End of the Earth." .' t,

Copy, On* Yar..____...........IJ-00 other word has been made, it i Is 6:30 m.-Christian Endeavor. ,;
I One Copy, IJI Month-... 1.1111 "scofflaw and the low down p. FOR .SALE ... ,
meant ..... .1
7:30 m.-preachlng service. Sub
One COP, Three Month._..---_ ..0 and p. __. .
who moonshines bootlegs -
cuss "
ject'Jacob'. Return. To Cinaan. .
(Entered at the ponlofflee at Klaslm- jr otherwise violates the EighteeithAmendment. Special! music Ladies' "'ORI.E"r"rdrohe trunk bran. : ,/ .
Quartette.
IDee, Florida, as afoond-claas. matter.) Let's make it stick! by n..wWont need It again all I un.l;:
seeMah 7:00 p. m.-Wednesday. Bible Stud not Ronlir back north. 24 Mabbotl 1 iehI '

All ci.mmunh-ntlon except from autborlxrd }'. Choir -rehearsal at 8 o'clock. trerl. __' .i ., : .
__ : < -
reapondema. must be .l.Ign."d Jonnff 4:00: m.-Thurllda Junior j I ,
liy the writer.RJcctd Have wondered what M-nlongy p. FOR 8AUK-nA rd K..HMII.. 1921 I Intomodul.
you
Christian Endeavor. Miss Edith M 1ler 1- .a"I',
matter will be returned It I Rubber. m.chanlciil. ,
O CM l u-d for. :' is 1.It. isn't a new..liver medicine superintendent. )paint (rood. llHriiafn", for <"H sh. Apply i I

-.- -- : as you might suppose; but an 3:30: m.-Friday. Missionary -r'd''W. lifter. Jt-) n..Ib l Al.urti.u". -./

I Foralirn' Advntlchif' Rrt>r._t.Uy."" I ancient gambling! game rf China. Meeting p.at home of Mrs: Harry Dale. _41._Main trn-t. K last mince. ? *
--- /
I THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION ( Missionaries' from that .
are
country :Mrs. B. C. :Miller, leader; FOR HALB' ( lr I.n, A nil"
-_ warning!: of it's pernicious influence 7:30 m. Friday. Choir reheir- iiriK-,-rdoliiK' I S II 11\-011" hUIII""II"
: .
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1. 1924 and, protesting its being introduceJ p. ..f lloiMMHi tar ",,'..k. \\lll( lake ",,'!
sal.! All of the
members I
into thin country. That makes it a congregationwho ,.r K....dor un, 1H 111"I"C"" .1 ,.It i I"r''1' II V. ,
sing urged to be present. a (joo.l (uL run. HI-UK..I fui s''I llln't .
safe guess that the newspapers will I ol her, I .III| .- .. w'hloli" ilcniatulattention. /
Visitors invited to all service'. ti ui.- lo >U "
last the are .
At country newspapers socn be bristling with accounts of Adilrcnn I IMII, to S-A. V .
being given the recognition us New lights! are bcinp installed in .' .- /
proper :Mah Jongg parties where the "Moli- I. Cuif tiutett; ornee
to their advertising value. A majority the church. -.- t
of the big national advertiser are rfln men" gamble alice samee; like da \ telephone] has been installed in .' in t t i.-----)"mi,'mita hed .r ur.fll1'"I t"h. /

usinir !noace Irt the home weeklies for Chink. * lhe Church Stud)'. No. 269. II .,-...1 l.in.ilv.--i-.i.ini.r l.il. TRxir.:; i ItutiKwIow", _uiliime' with nnd! IlIun h..lh. 1I 1// I

.; they realize that every worn, adver- : -- tlr\ hade mm IH'' u. .,,"eM an.. friend in need
I tiacmenti and all, are read by the Just Suppo; ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH I ,hrllh'.r t )'. nrH|>-f mil' nn,l ..ranlC''s I
For the purpose of illustrating tr I U. ..1.'lrh',1 l Ihlll"'II.Ir." ... J1 '

I the whole'best family.advertising The home mediums.paper-Hastings are- lets suppose that Adam the first \ Rev. Albert New, M. A., Rector I 1'UKli. *"4 Main siri-tt. <-llc I is a friend indeefl" )

--
lived six .thousand and
S Herald.It man yeaisago 10:00: a. m.-Church School in the FOR R"M" .E- had until the
survived day.
present story brick corner bulldlnn. with 12'
is announced that Carl Hagen- Suppose also that being:' in at the b-- Parish House. room hotrl In operation; store on''

ginning of things he had established 11:00 a. in.-Choral celebration of main floor doing Io"d hu lne*.. lot et our prices on Michelin tires.
beck. the great circus man has sue- the Holy Communion, and sermon by 75 hv lft<<1; cnn s11! nt a bariraln.RESTAUHANT .
\ ceeded In crossing: the \lion and the himself in a business; that enabled doIng Rood bu.ln......
the Rector. "The
tiger the progeny having: the bodyof him to lay up JSOO.oach day, what Topic" : Healing lint claim In every particular beat
would his fortune amount to at th3 Power of Christ. location In to's n. Sre J. )McPhatt
a tiger and the head of a lion. and 47re W.\B.\ MAKINSON CO.
address. KIusimmcc.IrORLtLEFIno
7:30: m.-Evf'nl'onlr. \
p.
Now If he can cross the elephant and present time? A staggering' sum

I the donkey so as to have the heels of suicly but not nearly as much as the 7:30: p. Wednesday. Litany: ; residence property.Apply .

the donkey and the trunk of the elephant : fortune accumulated by Henry Ford and choir practice.Commencing. .at the office of The VallrvzP S-U Near, Depot Phone 123 '
Sunday February 10. KlKnlmmre.
during' the laM twenty making !
congress may he able to put a years
tax bill through.-.Orlando ReporterStar. flivvers and actors! a Mission of "Christian Healing" will FOR R.'I.E-Banana pUntd. lady flnvervarlty. -- --- - -. ._

I j I According to the Atlanta Constitution be conducted by Mr. John W. Letha- 26 ....nlll each W. It. HarrlaSECONP -
> a'
-ujjr.nflCLr.
_ _ the moneyed men of Wall Street by field secretary of the Society of I .tunSunjJnCSruflfl _
HAND I)S. bou ht. .old
CORRECTIONIn I harel.'ntly made appraisal of Mr. the Nazarene. 1' and repa4red.. The C "lno. .<.,1 Beautiful( Yard Splendid NeighborkeW

Ford's wealth and the following is Everybody cordially invited to

last week's announcement that their findings our services. al1'l FOR BAI-K.! For hrnt. l"ulIll.be4 LET .ME
: Room and No Tre..P_..P ("ar"". In SHOJ
would
J. M. Smith. of Saint Cloud he
;. "The Ford wealth today, represented HOLY RED"F.EtER CHURCH Cents ca. h at The <( candidate for Rheriff, the statement by the market value of the Ford ,

was made that he had come to Flor- Motor Company) is close to 1840,000- (-Catholic) I "AN IDEAL'HOME" .

ida four from Georgia.The "
years afro 000.
RW.. B. Goldei Rector.
Gazette is informed by Mr. Smith Going! back to the statement about 1. \\'.'NTBI II To liulurKe* ci.antltot( '. Blocli-3 Blocks. fitm Business Section
I milk : l '15: Main
Sanltui l'uuliy.
that he came to this county
Adam ; let's trace the nice old gentleman Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. Mr.rt 2.trcVNTii' TilE PRICE WI LL SUIT YOU
twelve years ago from North Carolina 8:10: \la and holy _
through the "
: long patr'archal : a. m.- s - - ---- --- --- 1
remained here five year, then age to the flood then from the fl od munion. Epi spent three in north Florida I 1o".I"I.I. .1..1111! <>\ir 1111'* H w .< I k
Sam
years j to Abraham's while Oo pel Matthew VII :2 .27. L.
/
and South I day Cheops waspiling \i!,lr. co I' < It.., I 111 1 I KI>-MMim..i.U upfer
Georgia after which he I e. his pyr med, down througi the Quelling; Storm on Galilee." I l'I.of.s" I '

turned to Osoerla .county four yearn centuries In the of na'idan,1 !)-3O: Sjndav School. ----- /
kingdom :: a. m.-
ago, having t been tin the Saint Cloud! Frances Ties Ij-.I I \NTKI': 7J"' Mil.:Kn| ,>|.l I Il ,: nIKI :':" I Iclt'i'' 'IxKatioii "* 8-Room House
Solomon then on though the and Mrs. Helen] K
.. police force for two I' it7o'1 \l i: I i'i:/1.; M t'''I\1: I.. IIIHKHIKIII u, I ,"
years. M'-e and full of (Jieece and Romp.Ih..n I I te.iehet" ,
ll.ltll.tl ill" .i.I'" .IIIB'd llllUBIhl.l.l)
-----__ __ I the discovery of America and ]iI Ann'-tle-hin of nra\i-r sei\iee i an I II n:..,.lu.: :I" \ ;'I; i'\\.; TIM. "KBI: .1.- i I / -'"

.-S I list,. .1) I ..,:s 11" """, " ;'.""",0"" .
BIBLE AND MISSIONARY its settlement anj right down to now 11,1I'omrnunon.: first Kndayofiai.ilmonth r
I ,Ir: ..." h, ...1 "' ,I- S nI,,I ,'alIntltI - -
''I CONVENTION NEXT WEEK I nnd suppose that he was piling!: u') I II..'". -I 11 I \.1): .II'S'!" :'ot"".V f,," "II'r plaAneMr.1 P'I.-) it... William& l.nndiKH regintar;

i AT CHRIST'S CHURCH wealth to I the amount of J300: each "sJ. ,- d, ..iii. ., III' Vt '0 U "111' II (till ..r I I L hail! wits and
that
; i "HKIsrs'FufRfH ,, I / ipfi r 'i-jmrlrd aonesaint OIKof the three active members
( r .111 II ( IC Shi I"'n"Oo I of
., day yet according) to the Wall Streetappraisal I. "I' I"I I ) a '"
S oI..h. \\,11 I ,' 1''n'I' ', ft "'III (loud l i-iti/cns had thought it the muiiuiring committee S. W. Ijrter .
I Arrangements are being made for ] Mr. Ford could! kiy Adam j' : ... .. ... woul l
I ( Pentecostal) I .'r' HUI'1,; "'I ; be poisibUto! r<'t $250: fro n was the tJinirmnn with Mrs.
holding! a Bible and missionary convention out and have enough million" left t-> I I 1. \S J II: \\.1.1"I .. ,'.. I I.1.1 !t'7 I lie<< city <>f Saint Cloud! to mat h Sey.
j Rruk Street, at Oak usimilar moor and l lr. Land .
as.Judgi'a
in Christ'. church Brack and purchase the whole of Osceola county :\I. III4IhIM T I'"' ;11.' ,
Oak )Kinsimmee I lal a/iiount from Kisiimme" to for the exhibit w 'r*: poultry -
streets beginning if full market value and then
; j I Ili"R. I II. Walker, Minister.: auirmcut: 'tJic airnunt set( aside by the anilegetables
7:30:: p. m., Thuradiy, February 7. and some! - LOST R. W. Hlackl"c'<

continuing!: until Sunday night February -: The Wall Street investigators: also (ft:4: "> n. m.-Sundav School classes I -. .-- ---- ---. -- -. -. county to; the('pmmi""ion..rbut that owinjr ( of (;mrn\ille.. HoyK ("luh agent for
I I.< 'STflintu" .if I k I.\H Ihr. h,>n.. ] heavy drain on Saint Cl >u I the "tat fruit
h 10.Special. stale that at the t'me' the for all the ; and flower. El L.
I present ages. Bring: family. Wm. k-\'. ..n"l .. 'a'' flnt tOt- K"r -S missionary adde'se will Ford fortune is I ', ... ,.. Ayres, apriculturint at the University
increasing at the Milar, cuprriniendent. lo k. \ Vo .5/ ;o nl -" a..1 If r.1'and other

: be given by returned workers including : rate of about 400,000 each day. or I 11 1 ::00 a. m.-Hivin" Worship. Si r- Iurn. in _I II,. C. sl"nro.J'1 member 6f ntrrpri-cs the committee the Saint felt Cloud '; of Florida: fancy work Jellies and

x 'I ; talks by Miss Harris now in Orlando $277 per minute, which is faster than ( mon by Rtv. R. I). Walker.7O' I.4STVhtt" ,. .tl..r' .1"1\ ;. one l 10.0.. n.AT. impovsihle to get financial assistance it 'sn'i I antiques, ]Mrs.' Evelyn Creusere and
!
in all\ probability. Several a man can accurately count it! Let'sstoo I, 1'n.. m.-Young P J1le'fl'l't.: on.* l.roM n .1'01| i'eiil.1. of bark front this in 'I''Mrs. ".'ani: pnlntinet. C. C. Pike;

ministers will assist in Bible teach- ; these figures make my head ing. Interesting subject. HII,"" T to nan,,- of ""en" l.n..ton s...." city this case. 1|I and china. Mr. Celewte J. Fripp.

in? and preaching.!: I dizzy! II 7-30: n. m.-'n \'inl' Woship. H.I: I in,flat' nlulit Sullal.l... t.'seri I Carson Farmer, president of the :'<;'I' Al the last minute the lint of prizewinners !
for r.ii.xr> llowarilnd. rnon chamber agreed with those who
be-
Interesting and timely subiects will I spirational Singing, Praise and In-// -31" lie\ed the ''I is .crowded out of this week'l
utmost effort I I
: include Initial Steps to Salvation .... should be i jest'. but the
timony. Sermon by ReR.. f>. W --------- ---- I made and complete list will bepublished
Full and asked the p-nnmittec: to i
Free Christ our Divine TUND !: next
: Healer The Lord our Righteousness I Pertaining To Churched: | er.7:30 ------------1 appear before the county comminK ', week.
: m. Tuesday Bible .
Rtudy.t'ro" '
p. :
and Sanctified tion, upeci"! teaching:' on by pastor. Pentecostal Bible I .'(iuin.il)tNl" A. Bum of momVIII. 1>.. >ners again next Monday to see if j'j'R
: The Second to owner upon uropcr ld.-i Additional money could not be snared
Coming of Christ and he I Teaching. ultra I I.fl. J. I. "v. rh..lt. ZZ2; I -r
,$ Millenium. Inasmuch FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH f t t Vfii.niyr from the agricultural fund.
considerable rvt
: /' interest is in evidence as 7:30 p. m.-Thursday: Weekly t _ _____ --___ _/I! Me lIrR. Gailord\ and Tracy. of DANGEN DELAY
concerning Rev.
Walter Prayer and
B. Knight Pattor Healing.: Bible Teichinrr.
I : : DRAMA: PLAYERS TO Bridgeport Connecticut intro-
spiritual equipment and some are receiving j 2:30 were
o. m.-Fridays: Women's. Bible -
.y 'd the 9:45 PRESENT IRISH PLAYThe duced to the members, but lack of
annotating of the Spirit, a. m.-Sunday School. Carson study. All invited. Send in Kidney fl1aeaqAr. TIM
\\r proper emphasis will be given this" 'Farmer superintendent Classes I er request. pray I|I time prevented their addressing the For Kiaaiminr Dasgemis
t. .K line) of Bible truth for ill next presentation of the KinBlm'roee meeting. People To Neglect
_, 5, during the
conven11 sgts7"I1OOa. Communion service first Sunday The rreat/danger
1 Drama under --Trip-I'I I of kidney trou-
\ i ? tion days. Player
: m.-Sermon by } each ,
pastor ble
month. is
t Foreign Missionary' of CUPID'S CABARET that Ahey BO often firm
'
: I..ttJll"E'rt' ret a
wIt be
: ( given at tho
Friday afternoon Subiert
at three "To Whom'
o'clock ; Do
Yu Be feting taken : hold!
second Sunday each ix'fonthe
Casino theater either ..OJSNEXT sufferer recoffiltei
February 8, special missionary' long? j during the weekof I : FIt1IAYContinued
program month at evening service.! I them. Hciflth will
with information direct from 6:30: p. m.-Senior B. Y. P. U. Christ says: "Go into all the February 11. or the one following, < from I'.e One) dermined. / begradually un
ye < and will Backache
headache
introduce
the field appropriate addresses and 7:30: p. m.-Popular Evenme Evangelmtic world] an'l! preach the Gocpt.llo a program differ.ing are what seem to be difficult to un rer-
music. Further eerycreature" wide'y' from all vousneKs.ylamenesa, soreness, lurrba-
plays heretofor
announcements to be S'r'ictSuLj..ct: "The Un- :Mark 16:15. certain. An advertisement c.I.I'* here
made. nnidonable : presented by the home "Thespians." go urinl#'Y troubles, dropsy, g'avel
V Sin-What Is It ? Have I Remember special Bibleand Mis- in this i issue xupplu-tt sufficient data and '
You Committed It?" : The vehicle on this occasicn\ w.ll: be to chow that one's flriq'ht'us disease may follow at
7:30 sionarv Con\ention dah" rVbruirv "Thi Inch ("i nd<,<.rco 11.1." in fo money's worth I the kiilr/yH get worse. Don't neglect
T acts. will !tIC'
A NEW CAPITAL FOR FLORIDA meeting. p. Wednesday. Prayer ,; i. Thursday, to February 10. Sunday;.1.1I I introducing$ Miss Eleanor Rosen in obtained .in the rating alone. I tour &itlnet's. 1IC"ln the kldn.va with

'S I "You will like | i indusi\p. Missionary nddrexses bv I I the leading n lo of "Mavourneen." nut eveiynociy who has ever been to Doan's //Pills, which are--so" stronglyrecomn'nded ;;
th's church. wl- one of these
(Southern Construction A I returpe-l "'fl'k"rs. and li and I'. W. afTar
t ) come cordial I messages by Many of the .stnlJi-hnl favorites to. knows right here in Kissimniee. -
as I
sunshine thut
as the
Roger W. Babson's predict'on that awaits e\eral ministers. ei' |>haix in usually I' /
you. I, gethewith several new members, the
Orlando will on unuMulI!.
of
necessity become the j .. I..
w'lI ll. Parker
t state capital within -- - be included in the ca't of fifteen One thing M-ems to interest carpenter, say:
few
,* aroused considerable a interest yenis ha- SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH I B ROSSIER WAXES ENTHI'SIAS- characters :More detailed] information folks. (Jne, announcement some "Wheii I went to pick up a timber I

the old and revived -- ;' TIC ON VISIT TO CORAL I IR will be announced later. "Hack to Nature. See reads, had ah-ful pains in the small of my
$ discussion of shifting! Rev. S. I. Smith Pastor GABLES! I Mr. the real live back.Mv/ .
the state's executive Tripleit will present two 7.rn' cupidi." That's all kidneys acted too fre.quent
to a more ,' I : right but
r location. r nttal 9:45: Duz''', Rrassier.presiden'( of tS"1 I! reserved seat tickets to the first another y and the secretions were scan-
M5L The statistician. visit a. m.-Sunday School. R. A. i' one says, "Come and! lx t'n- I!
S ing in Orlando, declared that Bowen. superintendent. Orlando! Rt'nortpr.Rtsr,1re"l'ntly made school boy or school girl who mails tranced! with the tv aril I burned in passage. I heard

to water transportation its nearness central' 11:00: a. m.-Sermon bv the p ist:>r. I|I''a vjsit to Coral Gables the additoear 1 I II him the correct interpretation cf the dance." All of the pictures dainty cupids of ,I about! Doan'a Pills and one box from
cu- Kobe
55 location and other advantages; will 6:30: p. m.-R. Y. P. U. I I, :n Miami which is taking no manyvHtoro' word "Mavourneen. pids make them look too fat to dance.I'I- trrulJe.f son's" Drug Store cured all the

.' cause the capital to be thrust 7:30 p. m.-'No: Services. I investments. His Hnguage/ -- -- -- And, sonic of them don't look

Orlando. Such a change, however upon, 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer I was "snnewhat, enthusiastic.: Here is (\Un 4/1"/ TIIANIS f I ty." Therefore, when real live"dlllnI I','Ire flOe, at all dealers. DontsimpX

-' will\ not be wroght without meeting. Ian extract: We wish !''thank and dainty cupids - ask for a kidney remedy-get
ciniider- to alOUI'\ kind ones at that
[ float
s-- "T c.rp
able agitation and some bitterness. I employ po"t'c language about: friends and neighbors; and it'a still another week Pilla-the same that Mr. Par-
wh/ before the
I I kindly
PRESBYTERIAN"CHURCH ] so ker lad.
Aside from mi highly: materialistic subject.; Coral doors Koster-Milburn Co. Mfrs.
violent ,
opposition in the assisted us open. Some of those .
I Gabll'so I much in evidence N. Y.
northwest section of the state, there Rev. W. H. Dresch D. D., Pastor i a romance a dream toclavIq -- | death of uurJ/ belovea Husband and be planning active parts in the cabaret j I

-; are aeveral other cities in the rather There is a vi--irn. father and to the llevi Walter\ B. are wishing for "nice warm -

thickly populated central area t- con 9:45: a. m.-Sundav School. Prof. the American absolutely] ; nothing like it on |;! JCnight the aingeis'and it;. A. R., for weather." Yt some dancing folks ;'
test cont-nent.
Orlando's claim. D. B. Shaver The writeuestions their nay they like cool
Kissimmee asfciFtance
superintendent. oring/onr weather l
<) / bereavement best<< for
if there a
p Tavares O'ala-811, Leeaburg' Lakeland Bartow, 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship. q the green: earth.is anything! like iton ; also l /Ao the fri$ dll who contributed dance. Well about the best way 'lo Kissimmee I

these can boast desirable Subject: "Friends of Christ." Thechoir I! "A few floral olferinjmL' find out is to go: and that's what cv- j I Laundry .
locations well ) years ago, Coral GaWes
q, as as adequate transportation will sing "That a was :MRS GEO. G. PARKER. ( erylmdy' is planning on doing. I
mere
Bt"autiful'l geographical ]: /
system.CENTRAL Land. (expression
a
i
11U. strip' of land. FRANK G. PARKJm.tfRS. "Captivating' chorus girl'-plt'a''e' 20 STEWART AVENUE
partly scrub '
,
3:00 ,
: p. m.-Junior Christian partly note that the
En trrove. t o. c. BOOTH. subject is being c:1a! "

FLORIDA deavor. ..... __,,partly__ low-lying.. _00 stuff_ somenve ---------.- -- ed-nnd "good. dinner served bv I-! PinNE 108
SCOUTS nines
.;p EXCEED MEMBERSHIP QUOTA deavor.6:30: p. m.-Senior Chri'tian En Todav Coral jrom Gables neMiami could postoince.not b?. I KISSI.M.MEE FORM MINISTERS I '' charge cnarmingvaitressen"for and "no extra I Y. J.JLINC. proprietor

bought fo- 50000000.: ORGANIZATION dancing to orchestra music -
At a meeting of the Scout Execu! 7:30: p. m.EveningService.. Sermon "Yesterdav ," all tend to indicate that the

tives of the 6th Region which includes I by the pastor. Subject : "Build- i it was a dream-today its ['ontlnu"d from page II anese .rden will have the S. Jap WORK /HIRTS __--_ ___.10c
a R.
i great fact and factor in thropic organizations/ O
ing
land be
a World-Wide de undertaken
S :, North and South Carolina the orchestra. Wall. Mus'c by velopment and city planning.: and carried through as sign out next Friday night. PLAIN fcrillTE SHIRTS I2ttcCOLLARS '
community
Georgia and ---
jectives to Florida one of the ob 7:30: p. Wednesday. Glen Rose, of Kissimmee. is the movements." It was further decided PRIZES -- ____-_.____ -3C
was Prayer AWARDEI
4 6,000 put scouting!: over by and Bible service. representative' of Ccral Gstilen.. Free that such meetings, if held on Sun- ''
adding '
ern -district each scouts council to the in south the east dis 7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir prac- Pullman busies leave Kissimmee ev d"y. should not be held in church !I '-FOR BOUNTY FAIR REASONABLE PRICES FOR

trict was named a quota which it tice i ery Monday to take prospective; buy- buildings. I -I'ontlm. from 1'.>1" **ne> p TilER ARTICLES

to meet. The number of scouts which was Visitors will find a cordial welcome I ers. The meetng: closed with a gener..| Friday afternoon the Baby Show

4 Central Florida Council should to a home-like church. I discussion find all of the members at the Red Cross booth found thir !:

liter before the first of reg A. P. KIPLINRER DIED present pledged themselves to work teen babies entered for the two prizes -f.f
September
i. ,1 amounted to 537. At headquarters FIRST METHODIST CHl'RCHRev. 1 IN COCOA LAST SUNDAYA. :' for the best interests of the communi one for the best developed baby


., 4- S .4. full this quota week had itvas been learned reached,that and that this John g.: Phillips, D. I). I }'. Kiplinger. who. up until the I ty. --- '--- I and by. the Three other doctors for the. a"siatpf best i' n looking_ k.. .iu..b:.i-. f COME

i i ,.. the registration of Ma it land Troop 7:30 a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer time of the death of his wife. last SCHOOL PETITIONS:' I hikeS undertook the hazardous-J job.nn I

r. : No. 1 carried the figures over the Meeting in Bungalow. I summer, has resided in Saint Cloud ARE ALL SIGNED of deciding the winners unler the

.
since 1909. died eyes of TO TilE ;
top. 9:45 Sunday fond
:
a. m.-Sunday School. evening at parents and
J. L. (('onllnll" finally
; The great sp'rit of Overstreet, superintendent. Cocoa at the home of his son-in-law frnm Pn re On. awarded the first prize for .
is hibit.
scouting best
; a.brodin the land : 11:00 D. C.: Thompson. reported that there did not velopment to J. de- Business I of
especially in.the a. Administration of seem to be a \ Storey while little university
The possibility of
Central Florida Council Lord's Supper. body 'was brought to getting Miss Frances Lowe
wftich Reception Kissfm-
ia of Mem- enough to was acclaimed the
;; i\ wide awake to the great opportunities ben and Baptismal Service. mee and prepared for shipment to his and H. money put on the exhibit prettiest baby. The
C.
Duet
', by Stanford baby show illus-
I'r... which are offered the youth of today Mrs. C. B. McCaughan and Miss Ada old Funeral home in Ohio by J. W. Tbomp, n. that unless an expressed exhibit his belief trated many of the Principles exemplifll'd Tanpa

i with the building of character and the Wagner. services wil be held in Lime sent which would could be in. the work of the
training of 7$0 Ohio where he is survived compare favorably healih public for an accurate busbies. train
'. citizenship.PARENTTEACHERS p. m.-Sermon by Dr. I'. Bar- by two with those of other counties nurse which Saint Cloud is
daughters the
in
-.t. --- nett. Presiding Elder Orlando D's-: daughter addition to his other thould be abandoned. A. T. idea maintaining for the second year ing. Our erhriable.reputation ,
trict. First Mrs. Thompson French The exhibits'
Quarterly Conference at in Cocoa argued that this Madison In the home demonstration
Square for (
: MEETING- close. Important business den "Florida Gar department! accuracy reatei .a greater:
: : "- NEXT THURSDAY meeting. Week" was the were under th, I
SAINT '
AFTERNOON.T greatest direction
Wednesday Afternoon after school: JOHN'S GUILD'MEETyNEXT opportunity in history to of Mrs. F. R. Seymour wlt"1 demand for ,J duatei than *

-ct .' ** Junior Missionary Society. MON DY Florida and advertise Miss Thelma Woodall the (
, rtplsrm.eUng of the urged that
Parent. the ch.lrma. .
.51n I ,v', '*, VTeach > 7:80 p.m.Wednesday.. Mid-week not idea be for KisMmme. Man can flit. Suit b.ebosrdlng! prG-}
Association' will The given until and varied
.. up
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held I regular .
r- every as-
possible
. monthly business ef. ortments I t ,
t ;PI", .." i'.next -Thurada TV afternoon, February, of pl.r.epvlc talks "The-Continuingseries in* of. Sain.John's} Guild will be meet- fort had been made to finance It. lie fancy work of edible delicacies end Cured Your| on Christian
( held -
, .t tour Life. realized were
he shown
oclock:In
? the high aC"b'1Ot l We next: WondaVafternoonrVbruar4 said, that the time and a nice fare
,:;' 4. buftdIng.itfuh1: attendance are expecting 100 preient Come. IIhort. but felt was display in the art department. are par mount.'' .
r is desired and bring a .. : Parish House at 3 o'clock All' that means t should be rrleoltanl The It I
\4';,, friend. 1h/\/ members found to assist Courier' exhibit were under ). :;:

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,, ton.;'UPHAM OF'NEW"'ORISPOKE ittlctEih: 1 pt.i IC'>:if'a' -... :: '"''TEACIIIERS': EXA/. AT IPX' CO 'TO SUB-"TRppiUAL. FAIR.

TWICE SUNDAY. ,, :FROM.COUNTY'' FAIR ***-- '
,I > : \ Notice;; is hereby\ 'fvn fthat"toStdte : % -%
:' i I' t v A few entries' in: the woman's: de3 'Uniform zT-.e /Examination .. Oaceola"coanty ha/had. "her fair ,..
Dr. F. B. Uflham the John Street partment tat the county lair were.re- for all grades of to/'hers' certlfleates and it was" a ereditabl. one.. Now the ..
Church in New York City was; in: KIsslmmee turned'to tjie wrong owners, and anyone will be held! at,"the/fcourt,House, Klssimmee I big fair at,Orlando claims the.atten
ocal last Sunday, speaking in .themorning in the Klssimmee, section having Florida, 'ginning at 8:30 a. I tion of all near-by counties
HaPffning'S! at the Presbyterian church, received articles not her own or who m.'on"Thurlday./ "ebruary 7th; 1924. Orlando Mid-Winter Fair enjoys *
: and at night at the First Methodist', has mot received the things: she entered All persons desiring to take the'examination I fine reputation'excellence. in every
church, in the interest of Near .East is requested to communicatewith are'Requested to send in department.. It is really a big fair,
w_ Relief. Miss Thelma Woodall.. their names at/once to the county su- worthy of a state fair', with all the
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WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZERS -l ....... .......... I>r. Upham is on leave of absence petlntendent. ffcr enrollment blanks trimmings! of the best races in the h.
BY H. C. .: from the historic church of New York CARD OF THANJp J/'C. E.,YOWELL, south, nearly' hundred horses in
SOLD' STANFORD I
WEATHER REPORT which was founded 167 yeare,ago by 0-3t Co.. dupt.. Pub. Instruction.. training on the fair grounds track 4
"Back to Nature"ee the realliv .1 4 the work of Philip Embury and Bar. For the man)"' kindnesses shown us now, with many featuring free tars.
cupids at Cupid's Cabaret., TftcUl Bulletin-of dally ten.'* bara, Smith, and to which John Wesley during the' illn Bs/X"Id death of our TOURIS / E EPTJON TONIGHT. cuses and acts. And Johnny J.. Jones
and fur- sent a cloak which is'still rendering beloved husbandjXather, and brother, AT ST. JOI N'S PARISH HOUSE famous shows, all the' shows, not 1
fft\.ur precipitation
Special bargain in large, 'grove. trfshed by the Kissiramee Co- good service. I for the expreraibns'of sympathy, and merely a ,section. of them, will be in
Come let us show you. Nelson Realty */> .. U.- S. Weather Bureau 4 The present! church'bpflding\ is the the many'fl\ fafaofferings\ extendour Saint John's. Guild, of the Episcopal t full blast.
Company Y Station for the reek ending 4 third to be built on the spot, the first, eincer thankll. church,.will entertain the tourists tonight An advertisement elsewhere in this k
w Thursday, January 31: < in 17(18( the next in 1818, and the Marvin Green. at a reception at the Parish Issue supplies further details of this
Jackson's Woodyard. Phone 194.. 4 a third in 1841. Services are held there; arvin Green, Jr. House, at 8 o'clock. Everyone Is. cor ', fair which i. expected to be attendedby .
6-4JY > Date Max.Min.Prep. every dlly in the year from 12 to2. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Green.' dially invited to attend: 40,000 people. J'

Hn. Cecil Prcntis and children are Friday: Jan 25.59 52 .06.* _. --- -- . -. -, -- .- .. -.-- ,--.-.- ..-- ._-..-------. -- -- -- ,----- n _
visiting in Co oa. 4 Saturday, Jan 26..74 68 .35 4 I
0 Sunday, Jan '27i..67 39 .00 *
Wanted: Partner with $200 cash J Monday, Jan 28. __70 50 .13 *
in business clearing over $100 a week. Tuesday, Jan 29..76 55 .00 4
Addrem P. O. Box 111, Kisslmmee,, v Wedn'day, Jan 30..75 54 .01 4 I
Florida. (""""**' Thursday. Jan 31__70 51 .00 4 PRSONS'STOR[ NEWS
> R&rfclmgs are made at 6:00: p. 4
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck leaves for t At. m. fbr the preceding twenty-four *
lanta tomorrow to purchase) her hofirs. *


spring and summer millinery. > / ALLISON T. FRENCH.yr 4 J
Observer. *
Co-operative
\ have the agency for Singer Sew-
ing Machines in Osceola County. C.: 444444 44o44444t44

N. Fielding. 7 WILSON JK TOOMER FERTILI .

Mr. and Mrs.. J. T. Dil'on Mrv and SERS 1, SOLB BY 1L C. STANFORD/ THREE DAYS OFflEAL F : T'I
Mr'. O. C. Daisy, and son, drove to Mrs. J: D. Newby was' a K'sslm-'
Winter Haven Sunday for the day; rnee v tor from Orlando, Tuesday,in
tronn on with committee work on .
> Classical and ballet dancing o'clockat cUs Cupid's" Cabaret, the forthcoming ,
at ten
every Saturday morning ev int by the Business and Profersion-
residence tars.; U. J. Burrows, a Women's Club.Mr. }
225 Church' street.' Phone 252. Mrs.
Russell J. Crum, teacher. .. and Mrs"! M. M. M 1'er and
/ Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhatter went to
S. R. Chapman reports the Rate, Clearwstter Monday to attend the funerajbf -
through "hit agency, of two lots on Miss Martha Hodnett. daughter -
llurhev" street from M. Tiller to F. / f Rev. Hodnett, formerly of theM BARG.Ai/'S
K. bow. -- F t thodist church of Kisnimmee.f /

TOOMER FERTILIZERS -.
WILSOV / Nelson Dealty Company report the
} SOLD BY_ H._C. STANFORD yale o(1 IM Mathews cottage to R. J. i

C. X. Fielding this week purchased Floyd. ----
the, old Pre\att homestead In West Mr. nd Mr!!. Jaok Wilson If West
Hisinim, through the Chapmanreal : Palm/ (each stopped over in Kift lmmrelaKt -
estate agency. week en route home from
Sablt Petersburg, visiting their rel- "
all
Park lots are platted
Magnolia atKe Mr. and Mrs. J"hn r eriiro,
-.1\ numbered and selling-prices $50. v SPECIA/L/
.
anil Mrs. S B Aultman, and Mrs.
J7S.! $100, 1'12' :). Terms $le down and nd J. M Willson.
$tr. per month. No Intercut, no tx. See --
Ki.yvr and l Tmum. Rooms 1 and 2 oven Ir I'. R. Mavof tVashiigton,
!State Bank building. tf Id ,ter two daughter are \i it'ng
-- u mother, Mrs W I*. L ,nirworth.NeHie .
Watch and cluck repairing done at,
M's } Mays ig a Haptft e\an Monday/Tuesday
leldmg's Furniture Store. Jf
CN.
-- r'ist. url in known us tie "Girl aturday
<;h.\',,". I lie: haircu's 1f>c; children', 4'n-achy. She e\ptU to --emain ,
here t ro- monihs.t .
?5c; at Casino Barlnr Shop. 20-r

Srlendid> \ improved farm on bic'r < .t Dupont Cafe.firs \f

'a'l rIUSP. to town, : immediate poitsesnon -- Fei nenogrnnhic -FRnlllt'r.1-- \fo han a February 2nd 4-th.and 5thIn

Nelson Realty--. -Company. position 'n Tarnpa.llpnt ,
So extra charge for dancing: to he we knH with *><'- pa-ent, Mr. '
orchestra music at Cupid's Cabaret. and Mr*. S. T. Pannier, and also! vislited I '

Ri.v. Walter B. Knight was last/i I i who recently her sister underwent Mrs. Arthur it *.enous Gore op- going through our stock we find we have a few broken lots of Winter

week coined by his mother and sister, "tllln.' In the I Orange General' lit 8-
M.,.. :Mayme Knight and Miss Saro." pital. i Goods that we are determined not to carry over, so we forget the cost
Krie-ht. They are now located at theF. I ----
C. Bryan home, 4 Sumner, street. "Rev., Albert New, :Mr. and Mm. S. when we mention the price.
-- Bul'ock, Miss Violet Bullock. Mrs.A. /
WILSON TOOMER FERTILIZERS Hamilton Mrs. G. W. Hest Of
SOLD BY H. C. STAN FORry i Irs. EUra Davis, Mrs. Robert M. An-
gas, any W. G. Hankinx. attended the
Brush
wo
half
Mi i,*' Oro Dell Smith of St. Simi Conf f'nC'e of the Diocese of the DRESSES'we : ftsweaters.at 1
C'n. island U i visiting at the home of Epi /opal church in Tampa Wednesday price. They are 'all ,marked in
.M;. and Mrs. C. H. Funk for a few Mr*'. Anea being the delegate plain figures. Look at the price
days fysm ySaint John'a Episcopal church. have 7 Jersey Dresses, val-
and cut it one-half.
WILSON & TOOIER FERTILI. / S room, modern; east front: close ues $10.00; we -offer 5 f\f\ ,

ZERS SOLD BY H. STANFORD,, i in/ cottage; $2250 REAL' SNAP them for, . -

,. , .: Captivating! ,chorus girls at CupHd's "STelicn -Realty Company fAlbrt A big lot of Cotton and Wool
, ':- ,, Cabaret Japanese. Garden. Fr dAY!, ' Sutton left K's'immee Wed'nerdy Sweaters at half price." Children's
; 20 Poiret Twill Dresses, assort !
February 8.Ctacsical for West Palm Beach to asa -
and ballet dancing class oe DO ition .s teller with,, the ed sizes, values up to $12.50. 1' I and Ladies, also,Men's.Children's x
: Fyrst A met Iran Bank and Tmst Com-
Saturday morning at ten o'clockat See window display. We offer
every ny of that city. Mr. Sutton has .
residence of Mrs. U. J. Burrows, with the Merchants and Farmers Union Suits
l'n them to close out
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22:> Church treet. Phone 252. Mrs- Bank in Kissimmee since its oriranization $Soo 49 c
teacher. at each . . . each .
Russell J. Crum J and more recently! with. .
the Bank of Osceola County since the
of W M- I
Dr. Ellen E. M-echam. I
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latter purchased the former bankwjs
wool 1 l. New Jersey v'lIton, :and in her Kiflmmee. niece-, work, in thee local bank brought About 25 Ladies' and Children's l Ladies' Winter Underwear,
Miss Winn. are
with apartments! at 123 Mitchellstreet him banking in touch system with controlling official: of east the Winter Hats, values up to $5.00. f pants and shirts. Per 4Oc

coast lank and he goes to an excellent We offer them, any $ 1 00 j jo garment . . .

Mr.. Nettle I'eis.. Mrs. M'Uon Mil opening there. rie, each . . . .
ler. and daughter, Christine, all of .ft'Oot--!-WOOD- -! -WOOD!
Ashland, Ohio. are guests of Mr. and Men's Winter
Weight
/am still prepared to furnish my
Mn. C. II. Funk. They made the i I 98 C
uatomers with 120 veneer bloc. .Ladies' and Children's Coats, il Union Suits, suitOuting . . .
trip by auto.Seven I I. inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch /all the new shades and style.
t Mocks, $2.95. Split 'for stove-wood,
room cottage on prominent We offer them at half price. Fo .
15-inch for
full strand
guaranteed ;
coTier. c'o' 'e in: bargain that we 1 Gowns .
for Ladies
want to show you. Nelson Realty)'$3.35/ 12-inch for 315. Get yourwiiltr's instance, we have a Bolivia Coa ; regular

Company 71 Pti/ne\ 91.supply J. Bonin.now. All deliver- we sold for $28.50$14 25 price $1.50. To 98c

WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZERS .. IIRISTIAS--HEALING"---- SERV- The price .< .& I close out .atOne . . . . .

SOLD BY II. C. STANJo'ORIYCome ICES IN EPISCOPAL CHURCHAmcngst (Be. sure you see them) .

and be entranced with the the varied: actlMties of: k lot of Ladies' brown or

da'nty; Friday Cupid's February Dance 8.Cupid's Cabaret /-:); the Ep-: copal! church" i I. "The Societyof Men's Work Shoes, $1.98 black Oxfords, $1.89
I which
the Nazarene, war organized
solid leather Pr. 'pair . . . .
late .
John Hodnett, son of Rev. and Mrs. fifteen years ago by the l ReH. \' iper
R. F. Hodnelt, was taken worse yesterday B. Wilson, rector, of Boont-n,
and his Tamily and friends aro New Jersey.
deenly concerned about his condition. This !society i ill founded en the belief One lot Grey or Beaver Brown WE. RECEIVE NEW MILLINWe Carry the Famous

-Clearwater Sun. the in health Our Lord'n of the continued body, as interestin well a'- Strap Pumps, $3 98 RY EVERY WEEK; NO "DTJTCHESS" TROUSERSper

S. R. Chapman reports the sale, the salvation of the soul; !And. for the per Pair . . . . 0 ALIKE.
through hi. agency, of one of the purpose of restoring and* rpf'tuat- Men and Boys.Received .
Bfefh Brothers properties on Mab- ing the/gift of healing universally
feetta 'street to B. C. Collins, of Live practiced in the) early church. It
Oak. aims,/to develoo the inner life: to this week: 25 New FUiL LINE OF W. L. DOUG-
tir -- deepen the spiritual!''l ion; and to Visit our Shoe Department and
three-story Dresses Come in and LAS SHOES RECEIVED THIS
For Exchange Geod Ins/Ire a faith that will enable man Spring

business hotel, well, free furnished and ,clear and in a North going tqf aporopriate body and soul.G
Eastern Kansas town 30000. Owner f Commencing on Sunday February .
old and must have mild climate., 10. k Mission of Spiritual Healingwill -
Witf exchange for Florida propert* be conducted by John W. Letha.
Nelson Realty Company. /*. by, field secretary of the society. For REMEMBER The Sale%asts Only Three Days -Saturday -

Mr. Lethaby has been a
In im- many years
Thomas A. arrived Kjs+
Gray
keen student of this movement within -
mee from Louisville, Kentucky with, Sun-hismother the Episcopal church, and he is a Monda and-TuesdayPERSONS
day. to "vUH indefinitely fluent and effective speaker. ,
M. E. Gray
and deter Mrs. ., Feb-
Remember the date: Sunday,
and Mrs.. Henry Barnes. .
ruary 10. in St. John's Episcopal;
t J, C. 'Stone left Kisslmmee ,eat er-: church Klssimmee.IN .
day for Lake Wales where he baa accepted 1
position in the shipping department -

of the' Sherman :;,'Lumbercompany. ,, 1HEMORIAM- ;
: CO.
J t..t.I 'v W. :
William;J. Fling and 'Dr.Richard Mrs. A. E. Pick r Died Feb. 4. IMS.
L.' Eatwistle.;:of Philadelphia; spent '
'. Tuesday Kisslmmee.: .Mrj Fling I.a Is In ,my heart your memory lingers . . ;
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former winter''resident ofltUi city . kind and true. ", -
: .Tenderly, t.
.' -' ADei m.Lman'. old..frtnda;iMhoi'.'I" There is not a day; deaf")h er. #":;l&OLLAI J.JMIT STORE KISSIMMEE FLORIDA'i I

f glad I to.see ,him .again: i 'rf'Gq ahet'. (w.dd'not'thlnkof, ,,: your .a,.:'I / ; 'f: .;., ,; f fa
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,,- ____ ,__ ,_ _;n n_ -----------,.---=-==""-0--=_-c.-..=--'-_.-_ ---- Fo'n
the last month. We still the An-
MUSIC NOTES use
park Doughtcn
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Assistant Editor.. Eleanor Rosen Monday evening-January 28, the cient Roman names of the--months.
REPORTERS music and'' expression department March was named after Mara. April

Senior Class .__...__.._.Theta Phay gave the second monthly recital this was the opening month (Aprio) when
Junior Class ____.Ellonorc Overstreet year. The program was as follows: the earth seems to open up. May is
Sophomore Class ___Jeanette Griffin Piano solo-Birds Morning Greeting the month when things becom bigger -
Freeman Class.Uco. Lee Singeltary !. C. Schmidler-Evelyn Elam. (Major). June is Juno's mo"th.

Music Department. ._____Ethel RI'Rding-Dorothy Katz. July was originally called Quincitilu.
Athletics __-_..-.__.-,.__Mary_Keen Piano Solo-The Miller at San the rifth month but was renamed. in
Soucc, II. Neche-Alice Bass. honor of Julius Caesar when he had

We wish to express our appreciation Piano solo Home Schottische, the calendar reformed. Similarly;
4 of the honor conferred upon us Snylor-Virginia Harris. AUA"U"t'II!! originally Sextilius the
by the student body in electing. us R..adinJo'orgetful Pa; A Ilenp of sixth month but was renamed after
editor of the High School Gazette. Living, Edgar A. Guest Vivian the Emperor Augustus. September
We shall conscientiously try to (fill, to Floyd. wn originally: the seventh month and
the Lest of our ability, the places left Piano solo -March of the Drummer kept its name even after it later ho-
by our efficient predecessors, Fred Boy Keller-Richnrd Hilton. came the nirth; similarly, Octobo" teas oonfitl ,
after and Alberta runl'lon' With i Dialogue-"Dr. Brown," November<< and 1 Derember. January
ir, the co-operation of our reporters, we Port or-Fiances Young. was named after James the god of
I shall endeavor to discharge our duties I Mother' -Evelyn Piano. beginnings. February \\' stile time
creditably/ I l'iano'l'olo-\\'att'F Nymphs Inez of purification (Februra) l.ke: the j equals

PARK noUGHTEN. Pugh./: I Christian Ix>nt. i
i \ ELEANOR ROSEN Piano l Oo-Vttle! Yellow Buttercups -A Freshio.-Latin. Studl'lIl'I '
Pntsy Johnston. J i I
Come on, fellow students, let's start KuAding Martha Mae Glayner. KEI.I.OW STUDENTS OF THE it ::

I, the new semehter right! Our midyear Piano solo-Japineee: Lanterns, OS<"ROJ.\ HIGH SCHOOL
and if have 'I
exams are over we Keats-Vivian Floyd.Rt'lldingTwinkk | -.
any misgivings concerning our attitude Twinkle, Little At this time when we are taking
towards school work during. the Star. Miss Augusta Winn. over the responsibility of editing the .UPKEIC & PRATHER GARAGE

...past term, let us strive to redeem This number was rendered in throe I High School Gazette, we wish the cooperation -
ourselves during the latter part of ways, First-, as a sweet girl graduate of everyone in school in or KISSIMMEE. FLORIDAJourinq .
the school year. Wholesome rivalry : second, as a little boy; third der that we may maintain the high
i stimulates study but in this rivalry I
as a little girl. standard set by cur predecessors.
let us be good losers as well as good Piano solo-The Ghost in the Fireplace The goal of success is only reached t
winners and above all, let us 1 he fair I
Al
:Marie Crosby-De Rheta through effort. Then may we all
-fair to ourselves, fair to our teachers -
derman. realize that to be successful in school
fair to each other and fair to Piano solo-Wedding Day atFroldhaugen I and out of school it will be necessary of other '
our school. E. B. R. Wi,, for mnv
: Gripg'-Gus us to put forth our best effortsin
1 Monday evening, FebruiTv 25. tie I the preparation of our lesson and bran
JUNIOR NOTES ; third monthly recital will be given in the discharge/: of our duties to ourselves $ Thathwhy
The Juniors have lost a dear meni j i in the high school auditorium by the and our instructors.
her in their email class. If only it i music and expression departments. CALUMET
had been the Sophomore class or even I SOPHOMORE NOTES

the Freshman we all know h1w i SENIOR NOTESAfter Examinations!!! The first Sl'n1t'Ftr' .BING rowota I
small the Junior clan is! But I ho !, reading our class history, rf the school term was spent so calmIv -
great calamity has befallen the Juniors ,, which appeared in last week's paper, in the Sophomore\ class that we, Goes farther
and we are trying to hear up. the people of Kiftsimmee will probably I the Sophomores, were severely shock
under it beautifully. This time t-e wonder what our class \\;1do\ next ...J when we haw the nerve racking last longer
cause for departure!( was not simply llVell I !, we think that the best thing questions that our teachers wrote on
that school had become tiresome, but I I for use Seniors to do now i i- to just.t 111<' black hoards. Though these ex
it was MARRIAGE. That word do** do iheery !best we can iunrp tllt'l animation1-! were exceedingly dfficull. ,, It ..'.sees I fob. o dI
look terribly large/ and formidabll'.1|Ila.t] few months of our big s'hu' we ( forI"Y f.w'I'rl' exempt) sui I Contain I
but Miss Kimhrough Oliver did 1 no* liftMnnv of us will! not pn to college ] :, rived and ,
i
juo! now studying that wi .
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G think She entered! into Fn of has it-solve I more I b n.t354
seem to 10. every one us have '
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may I a chance for exnrjiin.ition: I IIli
the matrimonial stage of life la-t to do his or l1t'r'r:>;; l I-.? now.o M '< mcMr I the GLUM' I \
Thursday night. We all wish her happiness : that \\ h-n we are ir aduiited we sinll i, -- ordi I I'u'lon.tal.'s thaI; nn October 1 OOH.000.) entailing an annual
and luck ii'I'"' in> feeling of t )I"'alll. -- -- - chary
good Kmibrouih. lefriet. w'e thenwire. in
in -< : United of
The leaveninatrengt iii.nre $1 r>0.KMJOOO( for interest and
l-tevliniei da11hae JloeeIht I lost
we arc going to miss' you, but our could h.imade mole of our oppor I j States -I .',,1)()(IO.fIlO( har-els crude nil, l Lake (; rt l'ld---S'w 1
t tiny have i a packing:
then/ Ila"
host wishes po with yru to jour furoff lunitHut we will no out into the I quality in i | i which, together vsith by-product"/ company -
t Kentucky home. ': world, knowing, that we have lore I a-lin\e It<,11 a- (plant its': l-e<'au.s' I'lev' repu-seiit 11t' t -- I our \eiy heel, and are prepared to I hll'l.o many <-\'mpti'l from' iil
Exam are over'! Still the Junior ] ('continue to ilo our be-t Of c iur-, taking the exnmmati' n this semexte' |
clam holds it hl'u,1 l with we shall soon he working j CREATE -
on
I' up > great our ts' - --- --- ----
!d? ,
pride Four of its I brilliant members I Iwere Fa, ". and the numerous other things / A \Vest I'alm I' BATON( 'c.' ,__
t Heath
teacher the
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exempt subject and to but u e o >
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Jay according to the Post |
think that t POWDLT
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will
ers two 11'Ix
subjects.Surely
exempt one or | everyone agree w .l
Trope Run; said f: 1Y TtIT
: everyone agrees with us t that when we BHV that we are. goinir I
we have just cause for our to make our studies the most important Longfellow"I shall now'ad this four-line, J'ales24 tf csmtJthat II J. R. CLAY
Come Sophomore; ;l. let's pridt"j thinar during the remainderof want each poem five times then I nca-tofany Imnv I
pupil write it
to
on
good a Junior class next year. our life at O. II. S. c'jpy
The Junior class has a new pupil. paper. I

She was with us several years ago FRESHMEN NOTES Tony This: \\IIi the paper turned in by I I Orlando buys site for (erection of new \ Garage and Machine
a' ' in another class, and we welcome her How many of us know how the Liza Shop
( I 1 back. Cora McKinnia has always names of months originated? Grappe men Allry :Minilus building.
Weaken Lakl'llln i- bond electionto
maka
Liza Blime < -$1.000.000
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been
a good so we know that In
"' she will be a pupil help. to class. early Roman times the year began ] ,Andy Parting Lee B. Hindus I be held to finance paving 35 miles
our March.
on 1 and '
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., Fl'bruaryua Footprint Johnny Sands a lime. of ftrctts and boulevards. SUCCESSOR TO CLA Y A THOMAS

-- ____ __ __ I l'oIiaml-C. G. Fisher Company developing ,
...004.000041400404 u - -- -- --- beach property work including -

} : DR" R. J. DENNING : Wanted: clean cotton rags; not I 15 miles of concrete bulkhead, 27 Farming Machinery
'A4 P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBTATLA merely trimmings or strings-hu decent miles of concrete sidewalks, 21 milesof ,
d .4 DENTIST stuff to use for washing rollers independent water! mains, 4 milesof Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt
M Over the Poitofftee W l and presses and wiping bearin s. street car track extensions 2 miles
li' o OFFICE HOURS: OFFICES Brine 'em along to the office of The of telephone -extensions and 25 miles
r 4 9:00 to 12:30, 1:30 to 6:00: Wlater Park. Florida Gazette. Klsslmmoe. 1/-lfv additional hard-surfaced streets. -
Residence Phone 174Office-- Orlando.'. B. Mills : BEARINGS R
planting 20. NEARLY ALL
MAKES
FLORIDA
,(1 , o Phone 158 WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL 000,000 gladioli bulbs on local: farm. OF CARS
) .404004.0444004.440i REVIEW
iJi' Standard Oil Company of New Jersey
i .": .' tOOOo-H HOUOJ" KISSIMMEE PLUMBING St. Andrews-St. Audrews Bay in "The Lamp" its official pub-

SHOP Lumber Co. purchases large tract in ,
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MILTON --
PLEDGER i south Florida.

Rri"tol-Contract let for cnnst-uc-
ATTORNEY AT LAW Nothing Too Big tion of bridge spanning: Telagoacreek.
4 .
State
Rank
Building <

i ir :+-MotO KISH1MMKK OC c OUO'H, FLOHIDA H Q O .,.:4: Nothing Too Small I' In"Sunset,Sarasota. completion.Apn---tl11'nts"Construction building of near-new f YOU WANT TO SEE A PAIR AS IS A fAIR


04440444440040044044 AU Work Guaranteed 'opa-Wc'k on new theat-c I u"ld -
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4 0 F KRIBBS W J STEIeI> 4i inn lit'inprushed" to completion. nO-
To Be Satisfactory I L-icnochre-Now .station to be
t I i built
KRIBBS & STEED i for Atlantic Coast Line

i ,,i 4? Attorney and Counselors at Law 5 Broadway : Telephone 14:$ ,' St, Petersburg-8110,000: bond's' issued The Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair
Kilfilmmee, Florida for erection 1 of new school build- I
l General Practice :n all State and 4 'I in/tr-:
v
,
1 United States Courts0 Sulphur Sprincrs_(Jrppn! and Cypress I
tel 40400444404044040440 si'els. to be paved.
k I CITY [ Luke Worth-Work on 21: 1.2 miles I Fla.
04404440444044004440 .1I of <'mtnera highway being rushed to Orlari5L-o, Feb. 12-16 924
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completion.Foit ,
0\ JOHNSTON" 1]. P. riA RRTT 0
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MEATJARKET site for erection of 4:>.000
(' ... ATTOigjJfy<'::AT-LAW, 4 lon Citni hulk storage plant. gal ALtv ROADS LEAD TO ORLANDO
I <
4 10. 11 and 12, Osceola Bank 0 l'a'k-Work of resurfacinc ..__ _
+ Citrus Park road from gV ____
?,_ 0 RuildinoKISSIMMKK. < FrpfcK Meat and to Odessa Armonia avenue f ._
0 I KI>nRIIA > completed.
04'044404444444444044 ; I Plant Citv-New high power line Have
I Vegetables ,, connecting this city with Tampa under ou seen the StlI)-eI'ro1)iral ?
O.OO 1 construction.JurksonvjlleContract. I II

i +. II. CLAY STANFORD OOo +<*0',' Phone 44 i it road-p-oximntelv in Duval! miles county of hard-surface let /for app (- I If so) YOl\want to see it again ;

; $2,550,000
4 REAL ESTATE RENTALS bonds issued. J If
\re
not
i AND INSURANCE /4 I Tampa-Alexsndel' Lumber Com you not( ready to (die,
+ Over Bank of Osceola Count < I pany moves entire plant due to larger
4 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA/ 0 quarters. Till have
OPd4b0006040' o-e-o-o-o-ft-c *** Says I Teethina I Tallahassee--Trmatoos packed f this you -ved to see it.
year total --
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13,159,000
cases of -
No.
3 .
; cans. -- -- -- --
i OOOO O.O OOOO' OOO Macfe her --
o.OOO Baby Milton
-$10.000
< filling station to be Greatest Citrus
r t j ELLIS F. DAVIS We erected here. Festival
: and Fat"My ingest Poultry Show
Clermnnt-Diatomitt"
I I factory install Finest
to
I' Stock
ATTORNEY 4I I
AT
LAW Exhibition
equipment to_ .mnLin. ._ or i. Bes
urnce.: .HnL f.\i IU ""J Races
v <0 ton of product orse in South
Bank of Oooola daily. .
%r" fb C.'hll I. .....*.rr I'ounlv i (..r1 nulldlngr.Lace <. baby was In perfect healthame. Tampa-Contract awarded for con- -- --- -- -- n__ _
till j
r..u. 4 Mummer then ahe became stmction of warehouse
u ; :t KI8SIMMEK FLORIDA Hick and fre ul." write. Mrs I>>>, r), nicipal docks. at new mu
c 1 OO.Oo.OOO O : Malone, of JOHNNIE
OO .O.OOOO Pry. Fla, "and she wa JONES PULL Silo
Invernl'sll-Pavin
o poor and eak I was afraid I'd of Pin" street
I from
Grace --- --
lose her" to Canal street under -- - -
hw. OO..O.OOOO.OOOOOOOOOO'. "I gave he Teethina and the soon way -- --- -- - .
f t o $ Cot well and s now fat and healthy Tampa-Construction of new Ter.
LUCILE JOHNSON a. a pig." i races hotel to begin soon. MANX RARE
,. i ATTRACTIONS
- Mother w o
: | worry because of
i Apopkn
-200-acre
r. JUSTICE 0. THE PEACE : I I their little o cc' fretfulne should to tract purchased -- ---- ,
\ 4 PUBLIC STENOGRAPIIER 0 do a. Mr, _. ifalona did-glre the establish colony for members of ---- .
Audobon
U 4 CLAIMS HANDLED 4 child Te 4htn and she may take herthe I Society of America, apart- More Folks ,
ment Than
4 STATE BANK BUILDING Od own rest wit ftellnc that her hotel and 100 cottages to be I You Have Seen -

. ,. . .. .. .. distress.Teethlna child la.well c .red for and free from erected.Citrus fruit movement from Florida -T-----------. -- on Any Fair Grounds,

no only relieves stomach to date for 1923 breaks I
,, 4ry and] bowel trolible*. but quiets the records output 17,246 all past ,
: nerve without the us' of oplavtcaorotiarmful Pensaeola $536,000 car: You Are
M. TILLER gpp drlra awarded for contract : Specially/ Invited
+ Teethlna I* .*V4 by all drurcM. construction of bridge
.
.+ Real Estate Agency" or send loc to \h Moffett Laboratories across: Escambia river. ; ,
1 i Columba O&, for a package Orlando-Motor bus officials plan r.- '

t' 'FIRE, LIFE. AND ACCIRENT + and a free book( about bable extension throughout and improvement of service W. R. O'NEAL. ,
President
,4- t '' .. .'' IN8IYRANCB' Palatka state. ; J. L. Trensureif .
-Putnam
,' '. county iHttl. GILES. '
INDEMNITY BONDS $500.000 votes '" : J -
,, .. Green gazing in winter bond issue for bridge . DICKSON Vicepresidentmy .
life con
means ,
t' ,,. ,,1'. -.... .-. tit. .. ..u. 10:' fad hop for tort and catti." .ttruction.Orlando-: ., I '- .. C.,, E. HOWAftD'Socretary '' ',_ ,

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,'" MINENT" ENGLISH"MASON'TO menSCHOOLESSAYISTS' ': 04448'x+ ,
... VISIT UNITJSp: '' STATES SIIOULDjCONSlDER THIS
\> 1:I .
it!'" Sir Alfred Robbins >president of .Ue.iled, V Herbert: Hoovif and npfau 1 1,
the board of general' purpose. of the made up.of men and women' leaden .
i United Grand Lodge of Masons for in'pract1taliy.every field of endeavor, :! '} ii pnsl }}:t ,1:12 2'j'i i :. n ,:. ?! } F? rt. :}
:,.,;. Enjrland. will; ''arri..; to .New York a national committee formed to act as '"!! :.e.:.:?..:}s t3r. :a..:. .: ,}? ,?::: ::? '. ,.fiEr.E.:}; ix ?iIii} } } t'E.5i/a?+t"t!! !,.:,} .. I }
tl.E ?
first .kJD''March for Judges in the ?: 5G:: :
during the an 'American Chemical So .. ... .r r. ..rr Iln' : ,::, u: ua t
extended'visit.. dety' prize,,
''WJ His visit with is aeml-ottlclal the approval, being'of undertaken the Dr. Charles last.week H; Mayo, of'the,Mayo :ii,} : :} ; !}:}liil: +y'pi I !iEPii"is.!? }} t ..? ?fi1i} ? +}tii} } tt :t i}??!? i ? !ii } ??} : 't, f !TM

.\J Duke of Connaught, Grand Masterof Foundation; at Rochester, Minn,. rep- ry' Ll. .}... ..........s .ii 1it ?,? i3 !:7 i ? I' ::}. i to :
of EJhffland: for' the resents the medical profession j ,;!... r. 01i! }Eii?? _3jE sr: : .. ..tt tr
Masons the
closer fraternal pur Frederick on .:"ft: !! i } t't!'} i t 5iii?? ??!? !? tr7.'i' "' ":iji} ? ? !}} ??iii is ,
fosterinjr committee ,
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of relations E. WeTerh.euleti il :; }11c1 }
pose . ; r: ;I iEli } } ,:,: i} 'tl r, .}.}.rl.b}}}} }:: } "i" ;
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the Craft institution. the lumber i4i } ; ,:.::::: :
between field and Julius Ro- ;tii. !ii3? E ii : }if? ? 1Ei? .}: .?! ;a : !?.: !}:???? :
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of the two countries. Sir Alfred is senwald of Sears Roebuck and 'Co. 4l .,,,'... : :, ::::,: :,l!;,.,?:::&:!'!;;a i
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the most influential Masonic: Chicago, the merchants' ,the : } -
probably coun- i? i } : ; ?' i h
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tjln ::
: !; } } ? ? ? ii F! uiii th i I Ij
official in England sit all Grand, try. Prominent women on the committee :: : : ... ,
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Lode activities are I carried on directly will be Alice Ames Winter, .. i: st3 tttr rriil
under his supervision president of the. General Federationof :. '
The distinguished. visitor will address Women's Clubs, Ida M. Tarbell and ? s } ?}? ?EI '

the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Jane Addams. Dr. J. R. Angell, president 1t
which meets at Boston on of Yale University and Dr. H.
March 2. lie Is also scheduled to address N. MacCracken; president of Vassar ,
the Grand Lodres of New Jersey College; have, accepted membership, .'

Missouri, New York, and possi- representing the nation's educators, '.,
l hly| others as invitations so far have while the scientists will be represent e } v
ed bv Dr. Robert 'vr r
Andrews
been extended by the Grand Lodgvs Millikan
of Pennsylvania, California, and Connecticut physicist, who has been|he recipientof
but it Is not yet known the Noble Prize, Dr. J. C. Merriam,
whether or 'not he will be able to ac head of Carnegie Institute and Dr. ,
Edgar F. Smith, past president of the
cept.Sir American Chemical : -
Alfred is a famous English Provost Society and former *
of the University of

nnrliamentary of the lobby Journalist when he and retired wasiloyen Pennsylvania. Gen..J. J. Cartv, chief } 7 'tt 3 ..

from active journalistic work at tho engineer of the American Telephoneand li: ?liillE'l': 47gt t7 ,.,?e t ,t4 tt is} ;
Tlegraph/ Company, United States ?
end of 1923. The! visit'of this Illustrious Senator i. 7
Arthur'Capper, who will represent
English Mason is Indication
on the I, ,
agricultural interests of 't Ht 2t.
I of the growing/ sympathy among the
country, Robert J. Cuddihy of the
the Masonl bodies of the English-
?
Literary Digest, George Eastman of
speaking" world. Universal Masonry the Eastman Kodak and ,
Company
t is receiving considerable stimulus as United States Senator James W.
result of the of visita-
n interchange Wadsworth
Jr., chairman of the ;
tions. United States Senate Committee on

military affairs, are also members of ,
i the 'committee.The ;

ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL prize essay context, which is, ,
HOME the result of a gift of Mr: and Mrs. .. 'i; ii?+ iii;:
I Francis P. Garvan of New York, In
Just Finished Main Street ir
on of their
memory daughter Patricia, Is
SEEL being conducted by the American

PAINTER AND DECORATOR Chemical Society. Every high school l 1'= ai
311 Main StreetWhy I and secondary school student In the :
country is eligible to participate. Six ,
cash prises' are being offered to the iF? i
winners in each state and six scholarships -
to Yale or Vassar will be the
awards in the national .. : . :. .
competition :sc} r }) I : ;} :.iP.' r.4i n.i?: u
between the state winners. Each g

contestant may submit one essay not '
to exceed twenty-five hundred words :
.. :i't
which must be confined to one 6f the I .. ,,: : .
following six subjects: The Relationto ?- t ; ,.r*
Chemistry to Health and Disease,
is the to the Enrichment of Life, to Agricultural - -

SSSSK and Forestry, to National "I.:... .. .. JM1'.t .
I dangersignal J Defense, to the Home, to the Development : '-, rySrN } .

of the Industries and' Resources C' .. .. ... .. .. , .
.Y l- 1 .1 '1 : :, .' ,, ,
red? of Your State. The best essay on each :, .. : ; : tr

of these six subjects in each state .. J
i'
.
II 6. will be awarded dollars in .u ,
twenty .;. . '...1 j ''" .i {.'. : :: :.. :'FYit t''
gold, find .six best essays will be se- ?it.i.: (n.r h- . -.:, :, :r .. ; .+S-y ; ;, ; ;F u td' i
I i-cted bv the nntionol committee from
I
among the state winners.
0I The writers of the winning essays 4 t
will be awarded four year scholar-
.shins to Yale University or Vassar CheVeIEllt
College, each scholarship to carry
The
with it five hundred dollars a year in
cash In addition to tuition fees. l
Booklets and posters describing the .
contest have been distributed and it ,. st' rv.
is estimated that mote than a million I
essays will be written by high IIChoolboys l.
4 and girls. Through the /generosity : I K
I
of the publishers the committee I $;jY un Gables is now recognized as .the supreme
has been enabled to offer sets of the I in the United States.
in
t31 b.At achievement; town planning!
reference books to interested individ- .
because the of from red
light
rays / a
object vibrate more violently than uals at the actual cost of printing./ It if r. suburb of distinction, beauty, character, and permanence-with .'

those from any other color. Therefore This was necessitated by the great so assurance which wis and careful restrictions provides to home-
demand for the books and the fact ,
.
they startle the eye into instant at '
: tention. Safety calls for that thefunds of the. committee did 'b Iders.
,"\' not permit the free distribution of I", ",
" books to those other than schools and "
I.j, No. 6 libraries. sr C al l Gabl unfolds new beauty, in development every, day. Fine .'

". .." ." Disinfectant \"',' '\\u ,- ho es are being completed daily. And the great work 'of, high grade ,

whpn..verCprms/ or insects endanger SANFORD HIGH GIRL' \,., i development goe on with the same splendid results which have, been. accomplished' ,. ,(" : ;,
.
WINS AMONG 150,000
health. during the past t o years. tI

No. 6 acts'' like cleansing runshine Competing with more than 150,000

where sunshine cannot reach. Ten high school students from all pafts I The opportunities for wise at Coral Gables boundless. There
times more powerful than carbolic of the United States, Miss Addie-. investment are are op-

acid, yet safe and inexpensive.One Muller, winner in the State Good portunities for hpmc ownership that you have never known before. There are oppor-

Roads Essay contest conducted by the. tunities for investment in business buildings and business property that should not be
of 200 Pure teat preparations ,general extension division of the UnIversity .
Every item the best that skill and of Florida, received honorable overlooks
conscience can produce. mention and was judged to have I
one of the four best essays enteredin
R. G. MINICK the national contest, put on by the See Coral) GableSJtoday! -come as our guest on one of the de luxe Pullman busses. It

Highway D.Education' C. Board, of Washington is the greatest: frtc sightseeing; tour in America today. Get in touch with the local

D. axatL Dm Star The, judges of this contest were office-make youjr reservations now-avoiJ disappointment. ... ,. _
Secretary of War John W. Weeks;
Bishop F. Anderson, Methodist Episcopal -
Church, Cincinnati, Ohio; and
Dr. Albert Shaw, editor of the American .,
i Review of Reviews' New York 1

City.Miss ''Muller'n essay was enteredin

the fourth annual Good Roads El- (cLftL
nay contest put on by the Highway :?
l Education Board. The subject for this
year was "The Influence of Highway
Transport on the Religious Life of
My Community," and the reward for
4 f v first place was a $4,000 scholarship
In any college or university in the
United States. The first prize went Amlrica 's Finest Suburb
to Miss Dorothy 'Louise Roberts, of '
Harlan, Kentucky, and in addition the
rJl committee awarded honorable men- .
0 tion to the Miss Majorie .
Mathews, of Portland, Oregon; Ben ;

If its worth building Thompson Addie Muller Peoria of Sanford Arizona, Florida.; and Miss I r" \ GEOR E E. MERRICK, Owner and Developer ::1]_

it's worth protectingEven Those who won in the Florida state DAM ERS & BURNES, General Sales Agents
contest were: Second place, Norman
Chamberlain Miami High School, Mi- .,
the is In- ami third George Kerr Armes, .
euring. ; place Executiv Offices: 158 East Flagler St., Miami. .
/ i Leon School, of Tallahassee; .
and it burns down out fourth pace, Richard N. Merrill. Jr., :
you are Florida Offices: Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Daytona Orlando, ,
,
what it cost you. If it IS Insured of Miami High School, Miami Flor I
you get the money fora ida. In speaking/ of the contests, B. Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Lakeland, DeLand, Eustis t ;
new garage. Every building C. Riley, director of the general extension '

should be insured. division, says: "Miss Addie Kissimmee tark Hotel C. L. Bennett \ ;
Muller' has not onlv won national distinction Office: District Manager V I ;,
The very nature of fire insur- for herself, but her achievement -
ance prompts you to look) for reflects great credit upon the k Glen D. Hose, Kissimmee Representative j ;
the best. This agency represents Sanford schools under the supervision .

the Hartford Fire Insurance of T. W. Lawton, county superin- .. . ... . eee4 ooooooooo. '
Company, an organization tendent G. E. McKay, high/ schoolprincipal oooooo.000004@6 ooooooooc 00 oooo ooooooo oooo.oooooo.ooo.oo0 'm
with a record of or a and Miss Sara Muriel, headof .
century of fair dealing/ back of the department of English. "' .
its policies. -
Send The Gazette Numberto

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_.. Kictrr KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1924 _______________________________________
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( . . . . + . . . . among the plats of Oiceoli Couii erty. situated In O.ce9unty,, Florida .. .t..oo o .o..ooo.oooo. .
I ty Klorlda.1; I t to-wIt : 4.
:" THKKICKUHUJ! you and ea/h of )'0111 Lot 6 lllock C, 11oflbI Site, Klsslmmee.erty. .
Legal Advertisements | and all other persons Intefeateil I I RURAL COMMON SENSEs What is

< hereby commanded to appear 'nr"l The Said land i/lng assessed ft the By Spuds Johnson 't.
at Klsulmnrme. Oscvofn date of the Issuiifce of paul l cernncnteknown.
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Florida..on the llth' day 0 "brUl.ry. In Ihn nntiiii Ii A. I). 114 and to show raise. If any cerllllcnte slmlt a redeemed at/ordlnw O i > > 4> >. s> . >.t> <> + > .
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;. volt. OftCKOI./f 40IJNTY Kl.ttHIIIA. not 1>granted.. f the llth day oI February. A. /)>. 1JZ4.tu I More than a few writers and peak More H1p1essf.(
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TUB GUL.K KMRTlLIZlCll( COMPANY WITNKB8; my name a* Cfunty Judue- JI OVKKRTIUfcHT, .
a corporation orn.nl ed and mulcting of Osc-eola County, Klorlda./nt Klmilni- (Clerk Circuit Court, era have said that our most Important ''

under at* by vlrute of the Laws mee, tourether. with the Henf of my office ft isceola CountKlorJda.. crop is boys and girls, not hay or

n of he Btatolof Florida I'Ulntlff. VH. this the 18.|... day of IMcemhi r, A.. (Circuit Courf Heal) / tatoes or cattle or oranges. In '
CAPTAIN WIL.MAM UYNO-/ also p. 1H2S. <* T. I. ro.MK n. c.litI It)f H, II. LtuliijLk, P. C. PO-I'
known as .Cf\IT \V. LYNt, U<1t<1nd- Cuunly JuCfro of fxcekla County. those who have expressed Than DabChi

ant.Notice. In I given mat th.. 4-tt / Florid*. .\ %4)rl'II (4 AI'Pt.lCAIIO'V FOR seem unanimous this score. _
fnereliy -- '
TAX IKEtDNOTICE / However .not all of us are takIng
bove entitle ault wa on the loth Judicla'Circuit.
coirt.
In Circuit 17th VlKRKKT IVF.N. That
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day of 'Jowipr. A. t). 1.21.'l aUlut. In and for oil-Ola. County Klorldn.. In I "';. J Harbtr.IS purt'h".r/at'TIIX Cer- as good care of our human crops as

ell by attaclitiient ; that summon drospvndendunf Chancery: jj mm U. Naln and Ilaniinh, lltlcnte No. 1023 dated tAe Srd day of we are of our animals and field, garden .

was' 1auod utmln Captain M. Nale. his f.Ife.. Complainants Versus June. A. I). 1915.<< has IWed) unlit certlllcatu and orchard crops. Just the other k ?
William L alao known a*
>yiiir. Henry Hnellfrovo. et al. IlespondentH.Hill In oflli'e hull made
uniV
application -
my I visiting in'a near-by
I- Ca.pt. 'V. Lynk. the defendant In said lu cjulof Title: Order of 1'uhllca-' for tax deedo leslie In accordance day was :
cause, butr.urnad by the Sheriff of. : The 'late of Klorlda to-: itcnrISncllprovu. with law SntJ certhflcatntmbraces town and met a young fellow whoso

% O.eoCoun ', unaery..d. the defendant j f lIving and "f dcnd. all the fitlowlnw de crlhd property folks were old friends of mine.
of Florida
helna outiof the State
"; ; purtlesclalf log Interests under Henry "Hunted O cuolnt County Klurlda. His name is and he said to
that said Writ of Attachment has been otherwlso InIn Jerry

levied by. sal u.l* Sheriff on the following JoII1..II.rove.the propel' .doceSed the Hill or of (Compliant. . loHltIotH S2 :anil Its rjllcThe I rlKt. me, "I'm hunting:, job, but everybody With Average Care 5() out of -

described Mutate belciiiKlnir to stud herelK fter dcsrrhI ed Nina K. an. Id land l.tngf H.,H..sued nt the : I go:, to ask me what I can do.
aid defendant nltuate.. 1>'Inir"" and l beInR' Sneligrove If lIvliiK., nnd If d..iid. nil dute of thn iHHumiceIn snUI ceittflcntelion. : Everb
And I have to tell them I've never 100 Chicks Die
In Onci-obi Count Florida, towlt -
nnrtlen 4'l.liemliiK I ut..I"'st" und.-r Nlnn S hiii..' 111., of A. II .-*nii UnleHHredeeme.l ,
: "OUlhw2..t *('. HinllKi- Ye. .!.eased. or 01 h" w.t, at.l.l lertllltnto I ulinllcoidliiH I I c ii cdei done anything.: They have no further
,.,. The quarter. (PW14), nf In the |..rlUInt >erty In thin Hill of ( '..ttI- I : In l ii w lax I .d will I I I Isaue I merest in me And I'm up against
the northeast >iunrt< ,r (NK': ) nml I nii h.-r.-liiaftcr desc'rlbod : I I'rIf th,,-icon on the 4thA I .1 li y of Kehniii'ry. it. Father is dead and I must take This loss and
the west half ( VH ) or the nnutheant shouldbe
I frightful can
8 HrrUKKinrtlfs llvliiK und If dend. nil :
1>. 1'24 J. U EKSTKKHr: '
quarter! or Section 7.. Township clcruKK" inlnsr I Inlciesta uiid.-r I Iir i4. Clerk h rhu, I t Court,. care of mother. Can't you help me

26 imutH 120 Hnimu. 29 cunt containing inion.rtv (..."sed. or olherwiHi I I In I Hie, 'I im.'oln. Cu ty. 1.'I..rdll.Crl""lt out ? stopped'not( only because of the'financial
aros.1vIed 'i l lII tint 11111 of Complaint mil,
I fotl tt Sial, ) There A
are. big strapping
of
you ,
upon HI Ilie toperty Ciiplnln ,
i h..r..lnllft. <1 II-H< rllii-il h. : r.llruliith I I
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4t llv II H"I1..k I1 C.
I) %William I.\nir 'the defendant III Ihu I 101"'........... I UI..L.. ..fl...1 i .if- .1..1. all ,million I : ___ -------.-- handsomevi'llbrouirhtup young/ loss but to let these tender
above cause; 1 I i h 1<:H claim: : i l.II..I--.Mi.; I ; 0,tdtEl: iSO i,1 hR..rulClfM. Circuit 'i.itIf.r. ih.lit !. Ju.I"'I,1, man of I the modern age And he can't ,

taln Now.William I therefore.I..IK.)'ovi.iilHo I lie Known SUit? I Cnp-na il ii..Io'.a .....-.1.mil-ni.ofoinl'l"i''t...1.1111"\| I I..,. ''I In nnd I UKpropirtv I Ih..r"llIa".r fin tr.'..till.. of tin, f III... lif "riorlili. In nml do anything in the brcad-ciHwnng:/ line. innocent bdlls of fluff live and grow.
\ < is. I Kill < fliflt \ .Iniii.K II i'-i.l.-r.
Capt.V. I.ynn. lUfi'iidnnl. ami nil other ,,,'11.1 S .1.I Si-nikK", If Who is to blame ? You lire quickto
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persons to pwriinniillr Inter4) ted.lie are und\ lieuliv npjji'iir required to- llxlnic. and \\th." nil patties. ,'I,ilinlnirIntcnsts . .. ,I I leiiilnnt., .\ I diiniviH. .u S I IMIIIINI' say his parents, of course But Experience proves that
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S .1. S '. il i' < '" .1. '
I u r tu''ns
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;Not lie of Al.l \\ HUM) IT what
City.lLld action of KIH.I"at. 'therCouil''' i >.<..House.<.Ia! Cunt\the. or hpr\\.fM 111 I he |'ti'i.i'ii| \ hi t h.. 1 It:II II.! .I M I.\ V I "';'\;("M'I"n.; ; ; ;;..11.-.- IK her. In' 'ti l\ about your own children ? Are 95 out of cvcrt 100 chicks -- -
I 11 Innf I tcr 1. KI i 'ih I you bringing them that when
of Com pin and hi-tel < n li\' t he ( ,,, ".'il. us Hh..lfT, of up 100
] In Mnich A.
Florida on the {! Dn> ed nnd thor hot il<-\lH.,.-.. 1l'.III.' !-s. '. the occasion live and
I). 1B24 that .. Monday. Ihn Ird nt. / I .c.I < I ,fill. that '1\1I'H1I,1, demands any of them grow when
mild other ipeniint 'l 1.. tiinntn tindcinl"ti. i I I':I'Ki'll '- I to II writ of inliovi utlon% IHHUI ,It., I IK- can walk out into PURINA I
day of the elne Judgmentwill the world
itu .. follow I ll.. and) command '
'r. <1.* I III tin I'lU '
lie etilerid u&alnHt 'nll l by tailHi' I II I. 111 "IHI cola ( i'tIhit-. Puriiia Chlcl Startena is CHICK
fault and thin cauiw will) I.KKM.1 de-I sort DM.il prop t)'. t U-" ltII : 1"1.1"I ) I on,i the 'ii:Ih d.. \ ..C .1..tiua-v.i the attention and! consideration i I

required by h. wand Ih ie KuleH of '," "I-otd ThliMi ( 131(. Kollilo., < 1 10. IH.4 I I. \ \ ilium, ,,,ii.I 1 'talv. tllld..t- ...Illl' of bankers, meu-hnnts null II1l'n. fed directed. >I STARTENA
... :; l $I Ixto.it I ill.: ) ofHim .. as
FIft. i .
tics ..f this Court I iin< I w'i It ol l.a. i ,mlli UK Intllie i .Nt ...fVII farm operators etc. ?
WITNKHS .1. 1.. 0\ ('I.., l ) .k Two I I Illl I 1 mil i ,r.id nnd I l l'li.lil2vn I I, \' .mi i : \K.; 11111I ,I il, f. ."Iall''. In t It I.I hto ,.. I I TM lurTttwu

the County f out t orKlorlda '......,,1 l,i ('""nly.1 I .) of 'iha Town of st i '1 I..ii.l." I I.llou I I In- 'I.e,.I"I "-il 'pr..'p..t t S ti i I II. I'I Or tire you bringing up Jerries ? Save your baby chicks. 1I .........
on this 3 th i,I%, lor :N/ ..... oln. i 'ounM, ,'. ,Klotldi\ act'''I'i .1.1i 111)0Ii I I..dli.of III.....It 1. ,1 ... ..1.dl nu to I .I... I Donu want jour boy to have to ...IY UOKII'
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A. 1>. I m HIST 'the ,'miiibli '-an.I.II..1 lnM'llt \ >, -t' I'll! of till' KiI "h. \lHion of KlHslmui.ent walk. thetreets and Don't let them die. Use 1 :::. '
a.'oun1/.c' rrior '. < H ( lll.lMpol, It .11 ,.. .' highways realizing -
, Clerk Lln iiiul, I I'lnplOJO I I.u I. IN< i in I ) v I 1.,1,1.i n mllilk I .
OHiooIa I, founty t lorl.l tI l I'lal of the Vl'l. Ton n Illid i ieinnliil ,..I.iI I I. i'",,1..1 In, I Ih.. I 1 H. onN "f i"Idn i- hat nobody is willing to I trust Startena. Wo have
KELLY & BUTTON. I .,f the th\"f1"\ ",,1 ."f IIHC. oliinunty IUIKI. 41 .mil. I til. folloH IlllH wasn't
,' tin I trained to do some kind of fresh shipment.Florida
I" lot Id
Attorne>.s for PlnlntUT I \ I f.2rMre.t .!! SI!: on pi i Honal I"'I'J, 11 Is. II ll.' itOl.'I I Is olt .
lint ,lav of AI'l 1 l'H'1! InI \\ 111 mm (i K"IIII"v t'h.. d'.'ft.iidnnt. t ,, work and do it well
1 TI"Jo] Foil IM III.II.\>IO> I I flat Hook; "II.'' \'oo.'M 11 nnd" 34 \\ I It 2 W ol-If horsa. and' h."w.I .$ I 1'rotpctinjr 4 the ln-iilth
I You. ii ml l mill .if \\u. HII, h..r'h v iommnndid and mind of I
Renal No oI6( r.5. ....I".ln".nl ..r the ( \\.h..r. \\au.in. ,, iBioulntr, miihliM,. : I I
1 Interior. U. S I.Hii.l, ofllte. at liiiinsvllle. ' l nnd 'te.,..Ir.\ to npp.'ar on the "lla\ I.,il.i. I .plou. I luroM a".III.) 1 t .t of our young) folks is imperative but Feed Stores
f,, KU. Jan 1 I. 1024NOTICK j Ird diof t..r'h.. V\. 1">>. l''Z4! ( sun.' tuolH and, lilt) tniiil'tiit' ..ntH 1"'at..1 nn without knowing how to work they

.. .hi luielivii, ", trlM.n t Hintn I lehng Ihe. Itiilos ili\ln Mnlih. I'i24l.to t IIN; ; \\' >4 of I ih.. :vrv; :in.i. I Ii.- >l': >., orith will not lie Able! ti> rtnhizethe I
j drew J. Fore. .r l..oilulininn. I.'i.ri.ia.who. . S. the Hill of ComplViit. lll.'d I.. ( IliH :M E'4 of. II- ::0\\; %. ..( K. .Him. :illouiiHhtp from : most 306 BROADWAY
on .lamini')' 14. %1121. mud.. Home- leause. \ I J>; South I Spin... _". I'ist: ...fl hi-althy dodio > and intelligent
stead Knt iv. No IIIf! ,".5. for s\\ i. ofSW(4. I \\" ttn..s I the ll.inoiXI. 1,1,If "f O .\ ndtewK 'I all., ih.is. ",.,' M..il.luin \J ,,111 i.nMiiihInl minds( |110) not beo good to your
I ( H'lIon I 2M. T l"\ IIMllI, ;P 21 I .. ns ludin, . ..r thX al..". '...111 i l : \ II I I'i. I. I i.-l-, <.ill tin!, I. unl hmiiHif childien thitt TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
M.. Knnite 27 I': 'Inl Ll tiaa.....I. Ml'l,'III-, and m\ ..A..... ns .I )1."I I K I tlVieot, ,mil I th,,.. *Hll.) I.. f-.t.- I Itll' i. ,lilt llotlH. dii.ir hat"HI you actually harm them
j Ian. has fll.'d notiie, : \t f ,ntlon' tot loffUial I nenl I ii i.,' .."f. I lhi2Mh' <1 I.,i\' of .' "'I t l Klssiinni, ,".'. "H""ln'> i l\ unt' > 1.1,1.) I i I f.ul to teach them how to I CALL UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT
::::1. : : :: { I-e'tiI'r. \ I II II. I 123.I work: Uiin, )
make . C-MIII r Ii o HI ilillxhdi I "...T. i t I", HII iin.l, I H.II I I til.. I Intitrut,, I if thing Cod; nuant thatwe
claim ti* the ian I 1110..\ ..' ) HI" 'llli d I 1,0- I 11'1. "ft Seal ) ,1,1 I ,1.r.a"I l ): In nhiiM. |* "I" lit I. "I'e all should,, do. _
fore flerk. 'h. .tilt e..ui, I I .. I .1 i (1VEItSTltEI; :" \ '1 1. I, I II < ,., .. -
I \ I i l toit IIsOflIo.; I 1'h.- st n.l. I 1 I. st 1.1.1.1.. I I f \l .ish, II,, i I -
t Klntldn. t'h. ("h..I.. oi \i tir. hClaliniint I !' I 'j: s II /Hull., ... '.i I' c. ..
on ) i I ,0 I his tin, 2'lh ,d I.i\ \ .1 I mil, u 5. .\ - -- -- in
Quality plus Service commercial
. 1'1111:11": : .I1t si ii.nSoil. : : printing at the
\\itti. I Gazette
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na in K tin "HKm < I I. i I">. I I. I II: I ill : \11:11.: :
I nk \\ '\.r .l.oui.litUin. I. loililiAVIIllBin . I i t It I It..IH r..1 |'.'|ll.l| I.llll I .llltK, \ I" 1".IT i"K. . .I.I '. ." nI .\ I I.Till i lean thought): _. '

I II \\lilpli\ of vl..ouuliinaiiKlorl.ln s-C.I t I Itt: 1:1.1: l li.I.., I 1 I. |I' Stti - - -
I . v ,In l fill un < 'oift, I f.r th.f .. ; \i. .:" 1 It -- ) .\ Mi |" ii'iti'iiilc-nt; '/ of pulilic-, i I'lstnioiioii -
I'etrr J. K..IIp. of I.OUK hmll"1"I..rlI._ .i IK nit >.r siatl ..r "I-jl 1.,1., i iI , ,, .. I 1.IS , m, in' <(< !
( : (It't | :| | >| \ sfns: .iii I gin ip, .uni, I thi-. '
I George \\'. i Pi' ....man. or l I...iukliniinFlorida I IHI ol Ii I oUllt. l\ Ih I I II 111., . S 1 1.I 1. .. $4 :\ I III "f I'' ,. \ IMIWI ra /
il.I lianitl, lommili, I ,int, \s .1 1 .: ' In I h.. < ,in' ml, , i '-"lit, r.... tli -. \ ru\' '11011'1'111". )' to a i.ithcniip; rET SEE ME BEFORE BUYING
r IlKOHCi: C "i-ljuu: 11..1. 11' |I'I.| nt' A I MV ,,.' .. "I '. I1l ,,( . of i,C' 'inis' at I th'". i linol
t nth" .liitlI I I ,1 i i lilt .1 I 1' iii'
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- I I. "''II .l I 1'"\ it "it 1.,1.. ,, ; t il M, i ,, t SI. sI /I in'/triu: i.illi'l; /him, aside-i .. | = ABOUT TilE
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j I Notice. In li...if l>\ 1< 1"11 that( pni il )app I I *:n) to 1.111. In4lli I,..S.,0'S, II,. r"i . ,,sue Inf., I I...C" M.IIH.IU.t It. I I. si;''fl--.I.t.t.\.r; | | I'co i l kn..m if )IK. \\i i m en I Giant

ant to a Flnnll. >...c16th .... enl ,'r, d I on tli,<* l lv ,1.i\ ..f I I' I''rll.ii\. 'I'I I I"' .4 V\ 11'-' M i st. J11.,. N-M .. . I I his m.n.HUM, .. l Ilic' iintcnili'iit Busin University of and Hancock
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,j the caso day of or Nn llj "<\'in l .Moriow.r. \ l 1'. a'n.'l! < "IOpisilaan III- i iV I .11I.t'.r;M; ':>N I I. al's.H, "'n.,i 'i'' '1,1, 1...' .",,,01 l \lo.--'f",,l< "._ ,I' I hs: ii.> : Ul.I-i'-I..I; ,; .. 04O.: 'I'1 \l.t. I > I.un. 1 thn he- was "IIi'ss I

,! (. \s. Hperann. L ...ltllI"..". an III"" nO' .11.1.. 44.IIII.. "it lsi! '1,1,1. '" 1 IoiIv 1.1"I.t.'r.. '..f thi.,"'I'i 'i.l,nt I il,1 l.I.-. I. '. ."Ill", ...".ii..' .11..1> \\ 1"a'. MIU <.f ,'" ni tri-r it chick- Tampa MY PRICES ARE RIGHT
and ,x|Ie',i- II. \Miiklimnn, I.IKtiriftoii i .. 1.1"".i.l) i tits . 'th do'. .r 1 11. Kin you look in hni ,i -
-d nil chuk1iv.
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wife: W. II Mil I IIH feuaidlin of I f.let. ml".. r \ I I' 1''_ ; ','n All Kind of Repairing Don.on
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11. l.. MaklliKinil I II'I IriKiini ,,. n,1 .J 'I. "\1:1 I: : rIH"T: "
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I 4-I I 11141' I d l I. I nhill off t..r ". The fur most School in Klorl
K. l .. .1" f 1.'rkf .Ib", \\ Tire
8. Kloyd. H < |>.onI."I.*. now p< iidInar .1 I.1'I 1 tail... . . ) "s. r'ph: aim.
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In HIM. f'liialr Court of the. H.-' (ft C.1 I 5. ..I n I jIn . n t t HI II .I'| '' ''.1./1 1IS / "
.- _. "f-I'd h Ift.t.MIS,( HI.II. ,II..1 '.It \\ill I. IKVS, J wants to da." and
iej'oic Cass
Judicial lrclIlI tinState or ---- -- axou Tafipa Strets.
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foul, Iv Julir... \ ... .. .. ... .. . oj ..( t, .. ,n 11. .I".i. I r..i, ; i.t' i.." .1 I III 111, I I. '
)blonds In I nmllfor o..h.> ) fount inChancery. nit 1 I 1" mo question Kin
> .. / look, '
.1 I. s..I., . you III C.
I :.ue.- M,It 'h.) G.
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t\ Kloiitla I In, ) TYNER
1 wall tt 5 matt ]
offer for sile und t n tint 1 Florida.
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1111' tell
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orti it ni\
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; sell at public i4it <'ry for ciiHli In hand Uirrfvxili i .1.1 I N !
.b to the hlRhcstj .bidder at the front tire ..r a ;pp'iraiion'! t"; f. 1 II. .., ,- . t ,, I I. ..fI. r II ... (..it.." .' _' .1 I ,|ItoiiH-" ftuin' "-)Hojal ( ;aboon"i I
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: TI'U I I.n I It .1 I 111 I .1.| ,
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door foil IHIIEI.\: i :
of the it House III KtHMltnm.eFlorltlit . \ I- '; .
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Osceoln fount j during th.t ..* Hint I 111 th.I I imii* ii ) "' I 1' .i. i _
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legal hour of |lale on the firm Mondio ir\ \ :*::4. kl tt'l < 1.' (II'' II l.i. \
11'J' tn February ft-lnif the 4th d.1)' of T. I. im.* r i lu Mt I 1",1 Ii '". ,,' i I r I ..h. 1'.f KiKMinm, itt.j
'j. 1.\\ February A. 1 124 the follow log de i .unf\ 11..rI.l.. I < A ..t I 1',8 "r" ,it K.. I -.I .. 1.511.. o'' ". :at :i ,1,11,1. " :
I crlhed proper '. h.-wit : Mrnm:,.. FI..rj,14 Vt 1 I" .\ :\l ,to 1 1..1 h hp.", S.sit, ho' is .. 'r.inI -: "' 2 "ii." ,",S I p- I
i I t The Houthj tast quarter or theiirter t.r.a1-. sale t h.. i tfi st ,,( Itof., II .utnic SoIl, t enn-rn. .1..ur... s t.n mlt.iit.... _:
4. I Aouthwevt qif or .*.."11.." in minors t.a r: :Nr,i l.ouls.. l I.riu \v. ", "In ,p.nut. ,, III".. ihiins, t.iHt: ifth .
,, d Lmwdt .' ;'\-q; |, .. .si "",", r of ,loi Thr...
), Township t6teenth outh. Kance 2 t East > J>lildrrd J.< i-, la.I'! < \l[f.i- .3. 1
,. 11..lnlllnll" It the Ho\Jth..1 coruthweet i, rlf I'rad, l..c..t. i111Or) lira. .1 ly' ln.J l ;..sprII. ,, "Ihl" \In "se.. t ,ion, Tw iint I
iI'. I. II "r."d .t" "" "HIliI', ; To. ,n\e " ; tier of the.>> quarter of | in tiAoIi .ii." d-- "MOI >
to; the Bouthweil. quarter of Section I rd property .itnat.*d\ta Osco1. foun. ItalicTV nl' -Iii,. Ka.t run Kant: t..
7. In Townshl 25 South Range Jfh 9 ty Florida toIt SAil\ of block ::3 low watet mark In lake Tnhopekallcri\
,'. . Kast. run No 420 feet. East ttO land ss of the TownVof Whlttier HI''( return t% point nt betrlnnfnar run '
. t feet South 4! P feet. West 121 feet shown by the eorrerurt plat of J. )'. :, Northear rIv alone south .wide of .
to the place I of beg-lnnlnir. con. Williams flIed 4th Ketirvsry' 1>16, a* i Railroad fight. of w.v Three Hundred "t. A LONG TIME INVESTMENT { /'ff';' :' '

talnln.acr more or leea. hown in I'lat Book -C>." '-|*(T. 7*. O*. Twenty.fl* JJK1 feet.; East to Lake ){. ; ,:-::. , "I/;
F The Nnrthotst quarter of the rvola County, Florida! rroerd This ; Tnhopelcalfcrn ; thence along trnversnnf "-; t". I'' ,. ,,c .
Northwest qu rl..r of Berllon It In' the 4rd day of January, A. I>O 11'2.! j jVH'I Ijike T>,ho, .|),<-knllfa to IntersectIon "l'. I,' I -, ,1/'i ':,., 6 ;: 'i .
.: Township. IS il.utti. lianxe IS East.Beirlnnlnur '. ,. ) ! 1"' .r MAMIE: .14 DRAWDX. j 1(1( llne'flri. %n. SaId land lyinwlnteoW' ( ',., ,........ "W. \ 'il'\r'U" < \,I'n
al the Northwest cor- Am Ouardlan (01 said mlnora. I'lIon' TatyIwo. 4i2\: Township .. S. :.;.' .., '
..f ncr of "Heel toil IN In Township JS :JOHNSTON: : OA RKTT. j jttorn.a I T.nln 25l Sr uth, nnnfre Tw,'nKIIM Every Dodge Brothers SedAn body is steel S
South. flange |9 Bast run South & ,\ for said 'iu.rdiati 4.,1 t\ -.e, ,,2 \-SII \ti)I ,.r built
1 'chains. Kast 11 chains, South 6 --. --- - PU-h I I. a 01 HI.., h 'l I lv ..r hI.-i rs S I thrOughout-si11s/, panels,

-haill.. Kant 10 chains North 10chainL i In t...un''lid", a ',>,, rt '-, "!.illllM itli 5' s \Aiiti.n, t.. tt,. 1'..." n ..' frames and all. t ,.
2i .' K''Vsinin, i jx FI".I.I . S.t.I ail.) ..I
Vest
chains I
to th.pier. > < ounn I mi,".1.. |Ii n t \I I'I\" 'I' lt.FIaI. ." '
of beginning. | < ifs
.; more or less. I 1''.'4 ,t. wu, 4'h. 1'ul: ,1\ I In ,1.--- I
e.i Citation, .
for if IIlr it, \.ioinis-, I ,, .
M 0 n"Klnnlll a a point 269 feetlorthenHt tlon. In AI.L \\' ( Al n i u"n. I.. tw th. 1..0), ) h'.ur.. "r ,,,1 i., This all-steel design-exclusively a Dodge
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South vh I In, fi ,>rt ",f ,thI 1I"\lH. ..
., of theIx corner of t.1 ,;Ni-I:1tN; : Notice, IHthat trt )" .r NIiIflne.
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. -reby J, lI. l\ .i. .. iI I I... i d, "h. .,, ., Brothers feature-- certain
>t I In "Heptli ''I 13 Township 25 I In- umH-rsltrnid 1 Htlav I. Houth. Katixe i iHO Knst: run WestL'f.S of |.Vhruar.A. \H '21. ,, li. .ish H. I Ith < \ e r. -" nil I *-In. nt nfIn 11\' tical
1 feet South'' feet Knst 810 the llonotnlilt. 'I\r 1. f 1) ".t J u d uI tan .' 111.. nt, IIIi -i--h, ..r 1'1'; "''&'' :a.. I ,mit v ..110r \ advantages which recommend it most
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I feet thenrn No(th alonfc the section ..r Ih,. ,,1,,>< . '.."rt at I h ....rll' "' III the t"Oil K "" I" I th< time I of th emphatically the Aosed
line 2tm felt to ... . In"kl.r' "l..l., '1I'h..r to ..,. to car buyer.
I the place of I ii I I h .us. . ''.. Flo"a, r..r .. i"i\ f '
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r besrlnnliiK route .hg, & .acres inoru I.ttrra, .r .-1".1", all ii de b..nl. I.- .1 This ho I' "l-i ..r ..hn.1I) r>' .\
\ or less flI up"," II" "I.. or HI..har,1 l II I 1"4 I II\; ; i"1'1'I :I..
,, Beginning tlie V\ I !Sn" ,1,1 I I M. .I in (' ,. It reduces assures ..
at :NorthenHt cor c.ulll. ". ..iei'.tsi ThIs Ih hlh day oC h i.e r\. cost a structural precision -
....r..r Lot 1 In |>....t Ion 13 Town- Januar .\ I ;'i 24. I J"IJ"T'c; ; ;1511( \''TT.

. ship 25 South. Ililixe 28 Kast and 1'1 I 8. l >liFKKl"OKr, I I ,Klsslmm.. '.'.. ''I..rl e- run along the 'riVetlon II." e West Jnhnston & ( inrtett I. I Ifounsil for i ''niplaliia' > 8-It
s1G. feet. Houth !fe feet.. Kast 810iert I for applicant. yXpfilliant r-4tr : ----- --- snug fit of doors ajhd windows, and results

S thence Nortia along tne s,,,,- -- .
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Ia i Sloe line 26* feetVo( the pliic.. of --c; I -- in a staunchness of construction which
To
4 S bea-lnnlnir. MuTHlllH Itodk blixahelli/ ., hInt d- ---I II'
c .'more or less.BeirlnnlnK .contaItng' II acre., Inn Mahnla1.. I "Ilia.lInl'I"l'n"8, , I'' POLITIC 1 A N :N OUNtJEM: KNTS I guarantees to thtf owner a long time investment -
1I..r"' KI..rr..r. li-ol.
KUfTov KI'llx
at th Southeast
corTownshlp I
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S Tier of Section U'i 25 K heifer Hi'null.vluH. fit.ITi.r, l.ula I imrn. - '-- -and a lo&g time satisfaction.
ru'' outh. flange"" 28 Kbelnif 8 ( said corner I IH \\ lieu t I.... \\ h. nton. FOR SHERIFF
I loa links Roulh nt the Northtit 'l.lllle \\ hinton.. I..nll Wh..al..n.
Hnrvey \\ heato.Mis' AII'dla'heA At the 1 solicitation' of friends I
my !
: west corner of Keel In i 18 In Tuwn2 'on.
ship 25. Routh 1ta4-e, 2. Rast. .Minnie loXNIIIIams. orlh. Mrs. Mary have decided to enter the race for .
x .i above mentioned ) llik. West 70 Alien nn. Han I I lAnt fheritT of Os 'pola
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yards. North 70nr East 70 ". lOmn hrles I.Inn .Mrs l I. \V. S
ShlnpaUKli kits" the results! of the Demftcratic CO.
arda. South 70 )'5ardM tkthe pleeof ) Jennie ::11.'hol't..r. ( I primary.
beirlnnlnir. cuntainlnk IRe...... \\ Mrs Li 1 1'I ii :\\'rlllht. Hi ,ishei If elected I pledge rrtyself to use my

mar or lesn V '.hompHon", ,., !M l i H. f\"yl."p //I'II.n..svej \bout endeavors to enforce all the laws OrlandoJia.
*- \ in I I'y i i : 'III. I .
This c.j i \ all
Bale I
to be made sul) '01 to the Her, '
I solicit the : ;:j: :
.lMf-24 Citrus fruit, crop .no on the I. u Hunt, l.o. 11ter I lint ami I 'In sllu suppoit of the voters of .
tree and owned hi' the Reffyi>*1101..1. I Hunt i nnd nil I o l r p,-'IHOIIH. I In- Osceola count}.. .1./ M. SMITH: '
1 : R.. R Floyd.F. t'-"I..I ill \I..".t Hlil.xk I Ill 16 and 17 In St (l'loud. Florida.
Dated this 15th da \' of flecpnil-l'-c. .-\.1 I )' 74 and, I I l.otAalll, a ",.1 II I I Inf I - C. A. LL,
D. 1>2I. FI.I.IS .'. DAVI3 Illo.'k 1.-9 "f th. ,. 1 Ifc. of St. Cloud! I -- : : .
PEACE!
)-1"101.i . PKIZK FOR
4-it Special Muster In above Osceola
'F' case County
V.on zit.'I..n..h..r joA., ,, Representative
l III!| pi, .use Ink. EUROPE OUTLINED I
I" not lie that p..llti. I..,, hfl> i ii,... ,
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COUNTY! Jl _
IM.K'8 4 Ot IIT. O* /
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S 'this < ouit t.y' \\ H St. CIa
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, >I.A ( IMNrt. KI.OKII1A. 1 ..ln"" , frawfoid. AdminliiavliiK Edwin A. F'ileneBoston merchant d, Fla. t'I
In He: Estate; of an oify'r..r'hl..u i ,'t in I
JHIIK Ca\utiaKh I hilt he. ll.. ..11".1] | | l(1 \k.. ..BHlllll explaining his offci of a prize of
p HH
,. CITATION Iee0fts.c1 .of I the 'r'a. I i.Hlati, li'-rclni fore diHcrlbiin.l $.r>0,000 for the best practical plan by
"'. ,'d. all p. IHOIIS. nll"i." I and nil which a
.1'61 Henry CavaRnosburKh .tl European
tch. be
F. er t pi i HOIIK.. 'Itt., ,, peace may at.
" 'd HrAreqiilnd, .i to : _ _
FnAlvln
la. Vri'rmont. tamed that the
Cavanasrh I "p"r, I In. thin 1'.tjtt' mi Jo'*,riary. 16lh. says results of his .
I 184 and. Hhow, plan cannot bi used J
Falrfleld. Coin 'c''ut.' "nun I If.H V I h.'r. b.be . as propaganda
I th. t sild. p. tlllon, ,. Hhould for the Leajrue
1 Mr.. C. A, Rowev ,1. n Ki.inl-, of Nations or any
; > 1913 OarfleldGlendale. \e ) other special idc-a lie makes :
I I' this
. lone mil I i "'.I'r..d nt. l si
fnllt "i nlaInKnte., mme"',
; .* Mr.. Ltnnle f \ 1"'n'I.III.' "d",,| J..is.. .' .'s- inT In tatement without nny\ criticism of
,Admiral. ,fsl-:A.I.I, I. l i.i 0:' R the lInk award or its results _
S s j Apt No !r i iiri. !OO'Io 1..I.r J To *
: . '" Avenue) t'hlra. Il.lnoln: I :;, .It- I "U hit \ J.9.1. >(. l Inc., '"In .nit. Edward Hok lie (gives credit for his .. __

: IrVlnir Johnson. ___ -j L I-lohlda.
__ ; __ ___ : own offer caging: : _
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; 1119 AlOUnt shinirtnn Ho at1. ---- -
i L Colorado Spili OolorftdoshlnRton MI'till : .fi. t iiKoiroitM: I "Whatever I is good in the offer I

4S .4i'' Everett. Johnson I III 4 ourt ,,t Ike r"".'" ...,...... Onreolagnte should he credited. : to Edward K. link I (
r44 -. I 41(11 Mount V .. Ho id. I ".. ni ) .. ut. I*'Ilkrlclit.' to whose great and ,
S*, Colorado Sprit ..ft. f'ulorudo. JM I n. KHlatilof: Dllxer\ I I' Tllw. I original American
1)-) Bishop Irving P ohnnon lunidlan' of (cit.siiI.! "peace prize plan I wholly owe the ,

k V .. .7., Irving Johnson, ">nd K\erett Johnson. In :Til f n.dltniitll.i.tcatees. . DItrlh.ut.-es. thought that led to my action. I
lUI Mount % shlnicton Itond) "i nil i all/ le, *,",.p, h \liiK flaims 01" t Whatever is weak and I \
yj Colorado Rprln ... foleradoCaddress I OemandM niclliim said rntut.: in the ineffective
f ) Tiarles CavanaR unknown) V.">.. n lid eaihlf >ou. are hereby. 1101111..01 I European plan I am responsi- I
,i-. AND" TO AI>r. 'i fHElt PKR!-!ONS: IN- and requlkd to present any We for as imitator, because Mr. Bok

: __. F.HTEn IN IK HERKINAPTEH: claims" and d.lib nda which) 'nll. or I has never been consulted as to its _
4'), DESCRIBED either irf
RE J.
E8TATK'y 'ou. n y have agaInst the plans _
. NOTICE) U her given to you and ..state of Oliver I* Taw. deceased late or administration, before or '
3f) t a h of you 'thanlhlatrator W. a King, as ade of Klsslmmee. 0* 01. founty. Klorl since the offer. I make this state /

,. of tt f Estate of James da. to the under IIn.d: Executrix: of ment only because Mr. Bok should

, : vanatrh decesaeM. has flied a Petln aald estate within\wo years from the not be held
-w., In- the above ikyled Court. lettlna; date hereof. responsible if any weaknesses /

C rUa that them arei debts due and ow- Dated January 11 1V, A D 1 >24U develop in the actual carrying
S .. and that the parsonal Kstate I.S. I. nN TAKOTICK out of the European plan." 'r ,
ufflclent for the purpose of paying: I-It )

S r ie) said debt and that It I* necessary Execujrix. "I wlsht I was a little rock _ .
aen the ,real eatate for that pur- OF APPLICATION rob A settin' .
: TAX on a hill
: i.. and praying for an order to take i>KKn. / ;
S '.. nlon of the followingreal estate NOTICR 18 HEREBY QlVMt. A doin' nothin' all day long SI

.Met* for the., payment. of debt and Arthur Kr.u.... purchaser of Tax That Cer- But jes a gettin' still. .
i' ira-ea duo and owing, vie tincale No. 181. I wouldn't
dated the .
lx>t. Thirteen (11) and Fourteen tday of i eat I wouldn't drink .
JuneA.. D. 1M1. ha. .
ftl.d. I
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( .rtUI. I wouldn't
14) of Block .Berenty-four) of -.. In my' ofOce and has even wash,
S he Town rntide appllcation I'd set and ..
of Ut. Cloud according for tax deed to Issuen set a thousand
b .the Flat of the Bemlnole land ance with law. Bald I certlfceat accord And rest *elf years, ; '

_ S p sd., 1.'netlDeDt- .Company, recorded I brace, thefollewln* described prop.em. my-Nebruka'A. by fcroshl-AwpaJI.! '

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/"KBfWMKK, TALLEY GAZKmt. FRIDAY; FKBKUAKY 1. 1M4 -, MINK'

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\ The Plan Proposed By the Florida Citrus Exchange / '.:., ,;
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For OrderlY.Marketing Through Controlof] Distribution f.: .) f


\In Which, All Growers and Marketing Agencies May Jo$ ". .-.:';,.

Conditions in the citrus industry have brought home to every grower and to every shipper the need for increased consumpti of 1F10 f
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rda grapefruit and oranges and the necessity for the orderly marketing that can be assured only through control of distributio
8 by far the largest of the existing marketing agencies in the state, the Florida Citrus Exchange has been profoundly impressed by
the obligation resting upon it to lead the way in providing ways and means for correction of the unfortunate situation that has prevailed this

season. \ h.. K .
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Officers\ nd members of'the Florida Citrus Exchange have considered the subject of better arrangements for handlin /the state's ,

citrus crop witnMue humility and a sincere desire to arrive at sane and sound conclusions. They have freely sought contra ive counsel,

both from inside outside'.organization.. __ :
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Every suggestion offered has been carefully weighed and all ideas advanced have been 'painstakingly; InvestIgated. fin the final ..
analysis, it appears tha the policies and practices of the Florida Citrus Exchange may properly be changed or modified i iirthree important
respects to harmonize the present situation. Consequently the members of the organization have been called to meet i /special session to

make such changes in the charter and. by-laws as will provide for the following:

FIRST, permitting privately owned marketing agencies SECOND, elimination from the operatijfns of the" i b

corporate or individual, to sell their output throughthe Florida Citrus Exchange of every activity no/specifically .'

Florida Citrus Exchange, each such agency to function connected with selling the products of members. creating "
demand therefor and providing proper inspection, trans-
without in degree
as a Sub-Exchange-at-Large, any
portation, and_ .accounting, all other forms of service to
losing its identity, sacrificing its brands or otherwise
growers, local associations or sub-exchanges to be directly -
the conduct of its internal affairs to
changing except as controlled by such of them as support these forms of .

,_ selling. service.

THIRD, placing representation upon a "box basis." ../

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Comments Explanatory\ of the Proposed cp6ge In the

Organic Law and Practices of the .FlorlcJr Citrus Exchanger

Emphasize the Intent and Meaning jot These ModificationsThe :

purpose of the first modification is Second in the 'changes provided 'f /is Placing representation upon a "box '

to make it practicable for private market- that which will hereafter, confine the/iopera-.. basis," as provided for in the third change, '
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ing agencies to sell through the Florida tions of the Florida Citrus Exch tige pure- will give control of their own business to
ly and simply to the pr >cess / nseparabIY
.. Citrus Exchange without change in owner- ( the growers who produce and ship throughthe
connected with perishable prod-
ship or in the direction of their affairs. Florida Citrus Exchange. ;
ucts. ? f
The Sub-Exchanges as at present constituted The ,Florida Exchange was "Box basis" representation will guar-

?, are separate cooperative, corpora- formed to function primariljias a market- , antee that, a privately owned agency. '.op-'J:: r .:"':\,;, Y..'<,\{;if: ;'

- ,r ..,.?,.uRYtions'controlhng, their own' operations I* '-:"and>*lff8l-.l! ,,I'.j'j-;,';,* .!.,ing agency. Thfs particular modifica'ti, .;; ''i'"1':: erating', '',''. ..;i"'s as' a" Sub-Exchange-at-Large.wi, . '' ''' i .
using the Florida Citrus Exchange only to of the charter: or bylawsViI be for the l have exactly the same voice in the manage-* ""\ ... "

provide an orderly system for marketingthe purpose pfnereafter preventing any diver- ment as a cooperative Sub-Exchange with ,
crops of members. sion Qf' ''its energies into unrelated elds. the same volume. '
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Under the new system, any privately ,...,," If there has grown up in the organ -* In becoming affiliated with the Florida .
-.vtion any paternalism or participation in
owned marketing agency may become a i Citrus Exchange by making the latter its
v matters foreign to the main issue of theExchange's
in -' sales t, no privately owned marketing
Sub-Exchange-at-Large, absolutely control existence, amendments of the -
of its houses, house brands and.--:Il organic law under this head will both cor- agency winh ed to change in any way

other factors having to do with the production rect conditions that may now exist and whatever its plan c procedure, except as -

fruit. their relates to selling. '
and packing of .,, prevent recurrence.

'I)Tlu/m'achinery of the Florida Citrus Exchange is of sufficient elasticity to provide quick expansion .

for meeting any situation and the members of the board of directors of the Florida Citrus Ex- .

change are unanimous in believing that the changes in its charter and by-laws, as described herein, open -

*the way for a coordination of interests that will benefit all without injuring any-the highest type of : '

co-operation. They feel that all serious objections to the Florida Citrus Exchange on the part of growers ,

I and shippers not previously affiliated will be entirely,removed by the procedure provided. They are '>

I confident that with the control of distribution, demand can be developed to fully keep pace with the increased -

production. They know that enlarged volume can be made to give increased efficiency of opera-

tion at a lower per box cost. They hope for a prompt',.. and hearty response from growers and shippers .
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who want to see the citrus industry of Florida permanently prosper. '
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Affirmative action on this proposition by prominent I
growers and.shippers will lead to speedy improvement in I +

present marketing. conditions.... whole situation can be a
I radically changed for the better in a few days time. Further '
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\, information will be cheerfully,, supplied by the
business manager of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tam- }

pa, Florida. .
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+ I TEN KISS1MMEP\ VALtjeV' "' 1 FRIDAV, FEBRUARY 1924I I

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F, l;l FUNERAL. MISS,:-SERVICES- : MARTHA. FOR:MODM-TIT, METHODIST. I'ASTOK CHURCH .AND HONORS WIFEllonoring I WORTH W/TRAMMELL I !i I II I w BROADWAY'' GARAGE -.aI'



i', The funeral l services'of Miss. MarI JI--d':: ;; ': Mti.; John '1*. H., M. C., L.'/HENCE.!: Pr.pret.rGENERAL "

'I ha llodnelt, daughter of the beloved Phillips receiit'y: appointed pasttr'of. ; CUPID'S/CABARET, AUTO nEPAl GAS' OILS' AND ACCESSORIES
of the Cloarwater Methodi'tchurch the Methodist church, avery prcttv ;- :
pastor
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took( place yesterday afternoon : reception was given at the Graystonohot HAIITFORD( UATTBI/ES, SUPPLIES

at 3 o'clock in the Methodist: el,, Friday night, January :,!G. I PHONE 2JOWANTED
hon at BKOADWAY .
I Ii Ii church. The King's Daughters were 501 fe

The churl was filled with friendsof WSII<<'K. In the receiving! I line were I

thin dear family and, with unusual church sifficlalg and lime;, wives I). JAPANESE GARDEN | .
sympathy, and j tendeinosa the friends U. '\Va ner' presided over the informal j ---- -i

church and congregation program, which consisted. of
and members of the Fi/cman/ 4
and the pastors cf the fl'lelulyllks! and congratulatory/ exprCsaio'ns ( s Hall. ) ;

neighboring churches, gathered to from the various pl: g10'0( d'.the ) .

pay their lasttlibute to the dear college . city, Dr. W. II. Drcsch, Rev W : I IFRIDAV I

girl, who after weeks of Intense n. Knight, Uev. W. O. llornbukcr.Hev ,
suffering hud pushed away as the S. 1 J. Smith, and Dr. Phiili: ;is NIGHT, FEB.. S, ;

night was just passing into day. Dr. and ;Mrs. New, of the* }'' "" 'il I i iI

i A former pastor, Rev. K. 1 11.! DuTcH church, were out of town. but "ncol 1921VlAlHSSION

rend the :uptime:; and! spoke I 'dm 1 messages' I

most comforting! wards. to the "('I'env- The (Jiaystone parlors were 1 lean

I'd ed ones left behind, pe-akmg, fiomhia tifullv' doc'orntccl with exquisite lose. Housekee two room-maids

own expedience! (if the death: of his tom i the! Tucker lose 'gardens! and 75c:> A er, :

first burn" alcoves if the( looms wee, (tilled with :

The oviingc-liKt. Ttcv.M4.('lead. a boughs! of sffi" .|;u"muic, >M, Hot/ c (fe. I I .:

dear old 1 time friend of the pastor! I s:indwic'ij'tiH' i:ki> w.to s rv d Includin Program.: Dtsnc- two waiters or waitresses. Apply

,. had known \lalth'1; HIIICC{ she) was a i Hut greater thin' 11'1 else was the ceiI
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:rI (chilli and gave n beautif 1 tulni'c (t I I dial, genial fellowship, which, m nl / inland Dinner)
tier life .as a di-voli'd follower of Iho| ( evening's t'nlt'rlllillllll'lIl: i ,n"

Chr.ft.; . plctc.Dr.. Runnymedd Lodge three miles
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A qualtcileof! thunli) fiie-nds{ lImc; ; ) and :Mis' Phillips ore- fi. I win, ( NDIO'll:,; FOR .OM'ltNOR; : !:,; .

I with great tenderness, "Asleep! in p.ii" then, WID'< into t'ic-' hen (ts "'' i
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,' 'I'1 1. the' \ i ;ijt \1'101 da MKNU; ;
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< With Me"A 'Hie I
Jesus and "Abide i centre gallon\
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,, r , Cloud Florida.
,beanoiii. ''i I:i th'11111', .i j th' d ti Inpi east of St.
company) of young gills from the great things may ,
"" mini" I \t !" 'i( Iii i 1"i "i. MI i
th )bail, pi
ICpwottb: League and 1 young n i'n plisbi'l if ilevotc-dlv follow! : Creamed] (Chicketrin I'.ifties(
from the Sunday school pic-CLde-d; I the c-rship of those coiisic ic'iitod, 1"I1''n'l' s M,,ill\] '. i oif,. | liis\is a p'lvsri'rt impoibilil. -' I i I i
'. $ !
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1 funeral to the iiltnr. --- ---- ---
The flowers I party were many"an l ""auC- i I \v. C. r. r. \Vhrn ore l bin'ones" a candid) lie, j!!i, IVas.. :Mashed I Pot"fol'S -
oar hiss to talk Jinoie- 01 less aboutone's \ >
ftil, testifying to the love and estetm h __
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the church lulls! these dear ones i 11 f, so please- 11tH .don me\ for, Salad! i H.J; Rollr :
.It is a sIruil. i I'l'h'1.,1'! to i on 'I i! fining ter-o'ail ii| iti nun' .
k'lt. sheaves Y"I *,
r Many .IIIi'c' wreaths' and \
'irr(' in the iinKv of theninai' Ih 1 nl\.If. fI
un
rf ,'covered The hearts the> casket of all and present tilled the went nil"'n.1 t. !! ( 'IlI', 'lian ". ",/ o ITn" ,,I, lo ItIOIIM '- 1 I vvas'ic.nid" I n{ I Poll
an inluiitu t ,f us I la'li.int p.-1.t ta .'. : 1
Ii I frncI
1111'"d of
in deepest svmpiithv nut only lo themmb(0s ill itImnlinnus; a i .t'if. ) err i i iiiiddi'ii YOl! !'.' for pr( npt service, courteous treatment
pnllicipwtt picnl ,
/ (; ( "Hiit\ rl I'ldl! : wass st
;
( of the family prevent, I but ,iiiI) II builder ill ls hrightijiing fll ) gin and ildity: : feeds nd( merchandise always found at
the faithful dcvoti-il mother ill jt i ant U. S..huiine: A for Noithcin, l Iht >i itlUt : ( <(< ,
to
j t III":0: : inatti'i( ,how numerous! ii> t t of I i'lor'a' fin. two vi-irs' : vvasi ,, of business.11appreciate
home nnd ( litilcar n'v ,did l"ov .John interest Illn"I1MY \ (he Ca-h!' Feed Co', place .
bowaiicd thegreat mfi ticli.! of. Insure .
; this whose, daily life. n a ben;ilution I to ilaim a I 'hiisiian "' "lIIlIn's I lime for; 1;mileim: : ; otIs .\-si.liuit' .\t your business and want you to

Out-of-town community.lends i foming to attend I land Hvmpathv) ,she should have tOI'IH'\, ( ;iMlil.il; ,,lore than ej'ht: feel that vie are in 'rested in you.
I : II inilant loom in her pearl' fin tin : : 'lidI.I I., '
and! ba\i been ; ;"
yrus pr.ic
the funeralei of !Ms '
Martha Ilodnett, and I \tailing c- at the temperance reform and "five it s.>miI > in \'I:' nn for about :lime viiirsrice I <1'll \IIM; IN: 01 \\OKII( IT.i':" '\ <" are inteiesfipd I in each and every feeder
.
I of her best I activities" Ibis ntrs.npr t : .I me (. and I w' I I1! ( OMMI-sslON:' TO| SI'I:11t: : lots sack.
parsonage were: Mrs: c. (!, Kmtrs'ej'; (I' your : cither in car or one
Anna A. Cordon; < to tin womciiiof iffnrls
:Mr and Mis W. R I Griffin of Sutherland gi\e- use all my AmeriiHt the r"II'III'II' mc-i't nj tOMK 10 SEE:
:11rs..J. II, Weaver and daughler. i ability I have fcJ9 your, good: andthe iIn., ( I nit t nn \:. Hi v. :a,"d. ha i I' in i ',
Miss! Murgaict, Weaver, Tampa: held in the I ChapUi\ House lasi 1 1 11- welfare :mild pr."pi "itv of. outStati of fi" \\oilil, I',.:.,... ('oininis ion. i CASH FEED] COMPANY PHONE 12
day, I the several women reIpr05.id
I, present .
Dr. undlI'fII.. W 1 II. (Griffin, and ' / in vvci'd>1 aid .diet) then; a<"- -. I will apputiate your vi ti' "I..d'I.1. to sp.i, ]. :al t a pil i,itl< rill b ...

daughter Miss AIl'm', fJriffin; Mrs this bb., andMippoi t I K iiv tin :M I: ('hll'h., "1IIh.i, ?n,
of j
< eplanre i t -e privllgo. '
r M. c. :Moore. Mis J b. I" a'leton, If von( sue' fin mi (liop me a Inv', ,
., I ; I fur d" .\ rtes :iu. 1 "iiuaiv d. in 7 ;"'
An ,
il1ll'1'lil1(1 is gitr i .
Plant Mr. and Mrs M, M, Miler pingi.im I "I "" ,s 'int." j City : in "ld)1) III, John I F Plnl'ip-' in illln .. :\un"IiIlEE: ; ; DIES CKOKCK; ; E. PARKER DIES
: I I Iit
W. TltXMMI
:Mi. and MI'1: "l'hlll"'r.Ki.llimn..It''r (
..:! aol"I"1: lm-.i., :\III""I'J.i of Vvin, i I. "l ,01.11".1", . nn "l l ; late
SunCUM G. Marvin Green George E Parker who
\\ | ( >llo.. told of tin trmprrIntC, iniiM. passed away came to
S; ,pday night. January :J7! at the Ki-HimmiT' about two years ago from.
.
.n"1 in (Ohio tiai' it .1"\1"|
( ) IH( !/ I HANKS:' tig/ \\OM \\'S: ( I 1.1'I I UTI-: \ ..4tY .esideiiie1' of ht- brothe-r, Ernest: 1. Flint, Michigan, died last SntuHaynight
hone tin
Mini 1 uu.odr i ) ol lillv. .\1'-
\r \I IIIMIIOMI/ : F ( ,. focn, on the ('..nt..1' Turk' road. Mrire i at bin home K19 MubbettcHtrwt
the

pathy For "the\I'nd'd", mallildn.I ti mi .in' .I0.lily.s amivin h'r a\i'- I agoto(shin''; -tatltios"I'I'i'nl.! hv, tll"t! b:iil-li '11? I :MiS" :;. H. ,\tiltm: and M s 1 E i 'en ban, of bent in and poor has health been for aumber the family. Funeral residence ne-rvicc-s were held at

anil I loan, .. Ohio years m.- Monday morning
: d"I"'lh( III t hip stc ., .
mont fll' the I. infiust shown al) rtli XuUinaii 1'11'I
; I midis t \\ ( ie Ii"-I t c Inlets,. \\itb brother. R'v.
.,' his, hi"* the Walter B Knight officiating.
,
1Iw bla .. -
\ "it su I p..d ( :u \ .
motile''" aid I the I lc-i t I (previous ila ifSinooti infi'inal,
mv i r< i 1 manten I at ai : ti I a lot IH71. Hediatid ,
bom 1 1 .
I Id- was Apill 11. / Interment was madp at
billic IndI I half dolla'N.I he-si-
expulsions in wotys, fruits and fi0a'- I ITI- the In-ill' 'til of the lyonrn'ub' : road'I a . Unive'ni '
from Jc-oige-tovMi; Apopka the holy being:
tin : prepared by
'l ers that roine to I nHin, Illilln..'--, I -I timtionsIP vvoikiiif multi.hunk for tin. I I''ll'Id. I'1 I.ildii" 'n" Ilonii' s"
: : I'll l l:: and tc-ieiM'd! a Mattel'sI'r J. W Thompson.
.
wish to thank nil fii(014., ) and inijKati: inoic: 'IIDDK o\\nii I!i J g. i'I'o'.
ny, ,Soot:;, .1.| ,' sunicai, bievcmc; c-i- III law. He- wiry adnntti I to I Mr Parker i survived by his' widow
MRS 'M7KVA. I ,
: TAW.I Dui lug the ,ullu"ion( :\11' I' .I I II'm
1, | :Mis, David' I Lan li'r talked l inform tl I (mi: in ishington: / !In law school a sun. Trunk Parker, of Apoj.ku,
:Mi-
r ins SII1'dU"IIII:) |! k. 111.1,1
t PKHMCVS: ) HAS .tNriII.I: 1 Jr on! Tionie triinnic: mil the pnvei" of :Miss .VinMisainn ira. Jmu 1 \l "M the( ( ;n-oig, 1 K: innlton" pr ze and a d+ul/"ht'r/ Mrf O. C Ucoth, of

'" '; MI.i.i\c.:' s \i.i: ,, Miinib. in lln life, of pnre'11s. I <:- mil nimbc'is.I and: | :Mis' Ilehgttl:NcIikinsiin ': -'t t.1 ." 1 ,r hr bt I tbi-is e>f hIs i lass., For I I'liiit, .Mnhigan.HKEh l / .
Di Phillips touched salient 'I 'n teat.i he was ibii f b-ik! m the -- -- - ----
Tomonow will msinv: :\1: I Missis, :Miitrai-i I Stnnf, i I I under! : I. \M:'; )) \\INTER:,; :,;
Nw mo'nil1Salurday/ ( ) points. i mbodic; 'd ill l t'ie t ml".It.'rm \r. 1'ul In Hiiiltli Service I
,
mauguiate another one of those big: :; "l I.iin, ,.""r.Jt''m"III." All togoilur and \uri. usta" \\ iiIn VM-II ihniniiK'lnun ) I It. on <<< ;otoial' I I'.l'ic, hunt which : nm i tont spuiNc CHOP
1 { ]b ,
J. 'itul' in diibit: ,trading, [ ,ti"' s I'
-sales ( ----
Person's Dollar ,
nl JeorgeV! the I program! \\"iw "ull ol! 1")1. 00 "Kist i h I Ir.lgntl| s('\iial )','aN',
'I liuili <|111'1'I<| i.s \ an Iii''t., ib w.' It to I,reak land for
Limit Stoic. It will I'c thiecdavHale IH'Y'
: .. springp5
1t a ,. Ii' inci" ttinl "I'lmiMifK' full of. rindintrnlur'IS I II'"' i i :ai' omit .f..r. health lit .
.
tI- ,,
; 1"\ tiled II.i n"'at 1 ''I, i n d'tiini the winter .
upon T
with bits of A ('III<"m. '"'
hurgains.
1 partial ,, | i. good bill: :old con-o' ti.lc -v Is IPniuil; in I'M 1 to Mi ( lit them be '' :amu-intr/ !' iiu' i 'i'nts if Igor i < \p), Ilrl t i iin :: 11o' \' I 'lorid.i furmers, experience and
of will found in this !
(Toils, ( .I J. I F. I ham' ,J .urn'-. of Round Mill. \ inI I'i.hi .
: issue. on page. five.ENGAGEMENT i Kill ( 'loss\ otgaiii.adult u ,.m i \\"lh ) umsen'iition, hate shown, are inrlin' d
their .Maivin
ii.A .:. _ __ I til,;s iiiiintv' dating the our viing sun d. biv and
1yt :MTSKl.I .\\1): | I.11THBY| | I:l |( I'll-I) i \ ;\1"s him, ii brcukin; preparing the
w : : ; ANNor.NCHD:'; :'; : ; Among (Intl of. town fut I- ,pi, --emit i 1 ''aii I lint I' 'iti' : -t time to plant.
(i 1\\1: I'lmSB'TEJU.11I'11: ; F'II1'Id 1 sti\.ei4 uulurirdNrt'nrdav 1
Mr. and MIH Oanul (;. Wagner wereMrs: Oali-s, .Mis ('ash. ;a 'd11' '' were c fir' roil"! should! have time to settle
:\ ; 1 I --- miming lit the I ii it t t
announce the engagement: / of theirdaughter The Missionary Society if t'e linnet, who, an" iHndiniI'n. it i .Iol i ( I 1.1 IN:;ION N IIOW.VUD :Mithoeli t I' iluirdi, tin I K to\., John I I'. "IIvgk!' ) 'o permit ready i seed (Term '
Ada C., to Basil. U. llainil- bercMis; : Ploui' I It. Lee of I U! ,ill 'in ,i" na ic n. that: ir after brcakinr.!" Air.
.,. ". ton, of Collin wood. Ontario, Canada; i Pic'sbvtc-rian cbuuh! with the help. of who foimiilv" n sidr'd| ] ill K.. nimco. J>'",10' k, :Mr Jlowal'd''Uhjl'ct.. willIe I I'hillips nflieiating. Interment was *a- i arc left after breaking and
the children, will present an inter sting at KI.sc Hill cemetery, under the di. .
;' ,'.: the marriage to take place some lime :, :Mis.: Kiikpatrick of Atlanta ,,('ho isvisiting 11 l "I'caie Through/ the Prince of the fr \ ('It! capillarity the circulaliltlon
in the church rc'ctlon -
: building of 3.V. : ,
program Thompson.
her I IJltJ1lr ,
In the spring.McCAtlLEY coupin, :\lr1Jj..hard')11! .nce Iotr'l
Friday evening, February 8. The Jici-n' U survived by his widow of mcinturw through the toil IC
,
: ,
. Thoma on'lI There few
; are public
aIIlHtm'nt.\It.I epehker I |etr ,
; Seed
rI" ,
will I Are planled while the sol Is .
SELLING OUT program .consist: of t.CCltatOn.dialn ' liiirrovvs, who if upending the winter t c-r *> mom favorably known (hiough son, t thrl'o brtther. Ernest I. Grcnn.I i t
k. ..l' 'I i .,' DRV GOODS; BUSINESS i music, the theme leinsr' with, hersonilL, ( Jjs7ioriovvMfci4' mt the Cuntrlhun'( Clinton 1 I of,, Klssliiiinop, W,', Kieejnnn Green :of: loosq and ( before moisture can circu !{
dr ,', \.. ,- i., . .work gamonr the Near EastRelie' ; ;\. r 'N4J1ow"1 t late many of them will fail to come'
( rick
I. '"(" -1s out 1 ,, or- | Victor' M.: CII"), /:Miss:June Van' I D*> ll'J..As".th.,-. little gir.nt". [Tampa T. Pierce Green, of Therefore
-A.; JL.McCauley: closing' His ] phanagen nnd will be in lip. the lard should l"broken "
given
Thoma
;: > : i > $ costume. Vredp:, mind MK= Murirn: Crawfo' rl\. of 'I teen a fi\'otit" in the ('haiiiau< iia "villp, Georgia, and two sinter,
dry goods business. He is lIel1nn'the Beginning, promptly nt soy n. tin '"Ih'n, dittvn'I if tin mil l lot t t,1',, | Mis. !.ul'I"! )Draper of Saint loins, neveral weeks !before 'ecd"
r \iin < o
tI IH Iniod p r'aiiM" i rI i esos 8t.1"lid.
: /gewds in his !store* at prices which aic1proving thirty there* will be- something ( int :: . nl I \l'-s. Pdwiiia\ Tillic. rf Pert -T, planting tiire
( "h" ( hi imP -
rn i"J'1""- :\ titsi'i" "> iJ'iJ'i attractive to the m'In vbuyers ""I't'.1 the ontm- ', .1'' In "oine i n-c-s, if lhe-oil: Is not t""
i very dining < \ -innr: I) i (Pity. S"\'I'III| cousins.
? n i t h Ii' n ,, ol'hnii/ I foi, a'I" were inK
o nil '
in i v i I I t'i' | \rtr i n sad: I
i I 1' ) who have hci-n" i in 'he store I the- l I If the subsoil
id I rl'a: ,
: 11 I, ((00"i tH 11" i illl' I IK' dim r 'ITl till, U i I Ik ol I s It, "I 1 1tl ,
1' I'' r. todv. the f first of the big sale which; n/f"rJn" will )I.. t t'Ih,) ,.n. after vl h": I h I,, "'Ie1 t I Illl"ql'' 1 1"' til: "h ding W. II, Arnold and family plow follow- immediately behind
t Ito "
continues nil next week soe ij-I 1\1"\ in' with ,M.rl'l'1 sin MI-tit" ,..i ;1 1 iiniov'd vim hnon't t I'antid,' tlin: n.it. i i iIn i1 i ii ' , f't \ I IIn \1I Joe! Hurkhnlter Mm Van \DoM the soil plow! little subucil ii broughtto
rye h.:1 '1
I / \ < /n J pi I ''n Le.tlly't : ill if hinn ,
:. ; An adv ', liq"III'nl on jwige thre" or in ( liechinch, tcitt.iir r I Iciy E. I' i ,,i''i' I'lop', In II now I B"It"1! i I iti' t ti t'I, ,r :lln. runpaign; ; foi woi'.l' : ,11 I. and! Mr'' R. 1). Famine.SI'CUI.11. the surface.What .

'r. 1.I { this i issue gives.. a few of the ninny one is mo't cniilallv invited. ,r.. I Ii i 111.111', niirr t I 1'(11 onu't h i"ij! I brtiiiii '"ears that', would In. I .-- _- -- ,I is the value of sub*oiling'! !
jit and
.I j; J : bargains he is showing 1 i pleaml 1 stoning; i I' a-suii-d''. t Iho mild I.I emu's i ribs. i-ting, / : .r ,I the' firmer often heirs. asked. Ansiwermg -
III | .
: J e uie" i oiiu's to 1 K i'ulroee i a a SEU'ICEem: I: in the
I language of the
county
'
>'art of this .
imminent, ulncli i M Ii
---- BOY AM IKI- SCOUTS"noiIlY '
agent or the rpeciulmt of the
if' , nt :I ig -pni' sund tin ,ugh! the, ,, south h\| -- state'scollege
,1 1N !In. :\atn' ,.nal Kifoini{ :1'oratiutt. < mo-ning.! : Frbmary: 10, Dfohii -.1'|I / of agriculture/ he says, "Sub-

\ "i lib its .\nu-iicaii hi-ld/1uuters! 1 it I-'. Phillips: will preach /lpe'ial soiling/ breaks up and loosens the
i!! I "ittsbui, h, 1'onmslt11lua. earth t'I greater depth than it i.
;! --t; in n to the hay Scouts and the :
:' t 1.1 Mi I ,' llo\aid i '. fo (.irl; Sc ordinarily I broken, thus making possible -
i- i : i e'fill -p.'akii- utt. nt (II1Fir t Mc-thVis*
I It'
j, ,f unique' ,pi'r'"lIaly:, nnd' with a ibgltful ibuich( His subject will b... "(;0"101 a number rf advantage. Th '

tlr 0;( ; liiiinoi, Ih.l i it in.,ikolinn nitist Se/its." '11'i"I>I'd..1 Beivi'-e{ i iI it root of the plants cm grow deeper

.,... DEPENDABLE I ;]It'a'"I' His gnat ddic'st: lui- been i I ,nunm, I eoninc'Kn, with the na1 and thus n-i-ure n better foothold and '

i e-aid In' as-e-nililu-s'' all tyre tlii land I ;i 'ml S,'out Wi-c-k," of February 10- '' comp in contact with morp plant fool

/ ;'nd b: s spd H.IH' pie- saint on of. the I 17. i oinmnmoiativc"' I nf the orlol.1Jiza- the Hardpnns are broken which pernvts
rfrninai'e
II''i mi'ipb! s of true luis won linn' of sroutlog."O1fEN'S of rxce-xs wnter from the
1; \, About the best tiling you can ay of a man is thnt' t he idependalilc.; ]( i '0" of I Mendboth II prase far, Mi', Mow ird'a I surface and, on the other hand, permits

4' ::1 r) : aIK nd far, theniov i"ml'llt, what, ben' >- :' ('I 1,1'11 MEETS ; "" water ti. rise from belcw by
;
What he says can believe and what he hat .. capillarity in dry "
you promises he will perform) ) i [ '.n I". h'asons.
I" NKXr
; TI'ESI1VT :1
One
| danger of
i I ::._. breaking land ahead

This bank realizes that its greatest asset i is depen +Ihility. That is what I" Si ni;? inini.-ls! liibernale-, duiint, ; the I The Kissimm Women's Club will! of plant time fo ul may of /be mentioned : As the

inter, but turkeys e 0111"lit of ,'aid nuit next Tuesday afternoon, Februmy turncd-undor vegetablen'Slte"

you need in .your money affairs, and for that this bnk offer you! its: per .. ices.: N'r,lorageDetroit' ) Now I ;>, 'it the ('ha tr llou e, A.. 'rJlwitlllon gins to elocpvs leach; anti 'dissolved, it b'1- +
diiil, ; away move downward
M i is oxti'ndc-d to all tour-
I Thefollov\ ing signs can 1 be, purl'7' ._ i i-ts and winter visitors 'to come ard! '' with the soil moii-ture However thin

j at TinCaiUo; office fur )JOe aci: enjoy the program. I di-acl-'antnge is not sufficient to offset -

K Gums. I For Ke-iit: "Furnished Room An imp rtant meeting of the executive the advantages to be gained.
TRUE i or Lipht Housc-koi: - --
: ping; No frc'< ,committee is called for 2:30: Booster
.ass, , For Hire No Numbers of The Gazette
p.BANK ; Smoking; F] neat and all the member of that committee

R wrapped and ready for 10
; For Sale. mailing,
are especially urged to be
present. cents each. *
A trust is a sacred bli ation. Tnt / i '
() ; is the foundation of all modern --- - -- -- _. --- .
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business. This bank aims pre-eminentlyyfo be ,
? trut-tuorthy. Deposit: your)

[ trust funds here and make use of our s urity. ]

Monroe Thomas A9jjjE


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