Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 8, 1924
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01154
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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SET FORMARCH 15 With. Hunter 'Has Oratorical Meet HIGHWAYS STARTS WOODROV WIISON Program Will 'Be Easy, To Look At 'TO BE' CHAMPIONS>

City Commissioners, Which
And Will Appeal To,The Hearing

Overcrowded""Conditions' 'Of Results In Taxes And Golf Women's Club and Business Local Citizens ,Gather Here .Apparatus As Well A* Eating t Won Fourth _VctoryFrlday

Kissimmee Schools To Be ,KUalmmoe has seemed to awalei!' And Professional Women As Funeral Services Take No matter what it is you like at a Two Of Them Being Over
Remedied Election to pie advantages of the golf course cabaret from the of
By standpoint the
on the chores of the lake this year Beautify The Roads Place Washington University xtette
year A. P. 4-you'll find it tonight at _
U the date set,. more than for some time past which Cupid's Cabaret, "according to
March15 some
SaturdaY is only another indication of the The of beauliAV afternoon at three K lsilmrnet
meeting of the county general program highway Wednesday of the Business and Profesnional has a. good chance to
at a special instruction yesterday awakening which is tarrying the cation got well under way laat'week. o'clock citizen of all deno-ninatlons Women'a Club's promoters of the annex a state championship this yea.r
board of public city forward at greater speed than gathered in the First Christian for Osceola! High School.. The *
for the people to correct when trees were planted bordering event of the year, which, is scheduled girls'
heretofore. Another step was taken church in memorial services for team has not lost a far this
to take place in the game so
Japanese Garden
condition of the Kiaimmen the
the deplorable! the standpoint by the city commissioners at their Saint Cloud road, the Orlando Wood row Wilson( whose funeral. wa.bfinlt' tonight starting at 8 o'clock, with no year, and,two of their victories were' 4.
< school from Tuesday night, road, and Ruby toward the held at that time in Washing the
resolutions calling meeting to forwardthe avenue < ; time for quitting even considered. Iyou're over strong team representing ,*
The '
nf equipment. elsewhere! this interests of this popular sport. docks. ton. Itronaon the eats there will Stetson University', which is. reputedto
the election! appear \ Harry Hunter was ''at his best" ,Mayor-Commissioner' A. S. G Ibert have lost to but.two I
issue for 9100,000 U as The civic department of the Kill.IIln..mee be a menu there with all the paraphernalia teams In the
i 1"lIue. A he addressed the dads. He told had Issued proclamation calling last ten In the '
for the of city Women's Club, I I" doing the a tpoo necessary for wrapping years. first game the
to be voted upon needed purpose his1 how the golf club had made arrange work on the Ocrnn-To-Gulf h'ghway all places of business in the city yourself around it. If it's"scenery Kisaimmes girls defeated their older'
build In v. the much new mtmls this to its to td suspend ,heirllIln"4' from\ t"r-e and mora, experienced ..
and the mU needed year open course toward Saint Cloud, and ttu palm you're looking for-Oh, Boy! Ievou'r. opponents by
cchool building, non-members upon payment of a planting of "Pioneer! Drive" on Ruby t.q four and "JHn with the"ret of the .. livten'ng fry music you have the close score of.. 16 to 14. In the re*
now primary the building. buildings, as green fed, and how the ccntrot rf the nvenue while the B'minpsii' and Professional wprld" f In showing re.p.H-t to "Wiod the rijrht address when you set fot turn game 'plaYed in Kissimmee two
for new
Plan school trustee wi'l cour-e is vested in the citizens of Women's Club are planting i4w Wilson one of the gretetAsnericsns. : Inside the door on Dikln avemie jut weeks ago the score was a' decisive
adopted by the Kissimmee. W. R. Stephens is the one of 9 to 2. Stetson coaches made'
next 'week. those on the Dixie Highway, toward a 'oupl.-'Of jogs off Broadway which' ,
in the city ,
bo exhibited nresident of the club. and W. A. Me- Orlando. I Rev. Hornhatcr. oiL the Chris.ianhurch : leads you over the. stairs to Cupid's the statement that the 'Klsslnmee!
It had been the purpose of'thetrue.teen Cool the chairman of the greens com presided at the meeting and Domain. If it is just plain enfov.I girls looked like strong contenders,
to have the plans all ready for The palm trees .n "Pioneer Dr've"are for the '
mittee. ; rfrrany state
Mr Hunter asked for some impromptu choir, rnrsiftti >g ment championship.
rlinplav and atudy before the election financial assistance" for the club, in donated 4n memory of the older of the voice cf the different: I trot a corner on it,they1 and ray have they've it all The state champfonshp 'will be da;
the residents
warn called in order that people view of l Its benefit to the city. by their families or church choirs was assembled., "Day ,done and wajticg for in cided at Stetson University March ,
might know exactly what pro alvepl..J'We1'e The city came right back at him friends. So fur, twenty nilms h,ve Is Dying In The West" one of the sized up packages. If you're you one various o'- 13. 14, -nd 15. The university will
) ) contemplated. These with a few suggestions about some been planted, and the club department favorite hymns of the martyred com- thoie Terpsichprean fiends provide entertainment for' eight
plans''tall. for twelve room high back personal taxes on the machinery expects to add more as soon as mander-ln-chief was sung, after think you're in home sweet home as team', representing the different athletic
-'h'*)! .building. to""be situated' on the in the bric'c plant. Mr. Hunter claimed conditions warrant. Anyone who desires which Rev. Knight of the First Baptist you demonstrate your enjoyment to districts of the .state w:th 'at
.ract at the corner of Sumner and that. these taxes were non-collec to contribute a tree for 'the church read a scripture reading, the strains of a 16 piece orchestra. least one team from tHe state at
Beaumont street, diagonally across table. "Pioneer Drive" may send his check and' Dr. Phillips of the Methodist Get a bead on some of the numberson large. The first game will be played
from the Osceola house, with a large i The upshot of it all was that the to Mrs. J. Z. Roberson treasurer. church led in prayer. the program, and you're mighty on Thursday March IS, at 3:30 p. m,
auditorium and two large study halls. city appropriated $325 toward the Fifty-four oak trees have been The Son of God Goes Forth To likely to agree with all the aforesaid and the final game 'on Saturday
It will take care of the vocational i golf club,' subject; to the payment by planted on the road to Saint Cloud by Wjar" was sung by the choir and the testimony. Absodarnlutely scrumtiluciousl morning, March 15. at 9 o'clock.! Any .
training classes which mast be addedif I Mr. Hunter of a like amount on these the same section of the Women's audience. while the beauty of the r Thete are to be three choruses high school belonging to the Florida <;
the high school is to maintain its taxes, and Lb. folk who had listened Club. The plan is to plant them along hymn and the striking embodiment and they say the costumes completely - High School Athletic Association U standards, and I* to remain on the to the oratory of the evening murmured the entire course of the road between of v the sentiments of Its last verses All at least tw large sized eligible for entrance. All players f.
accredited list. The primary,build'nr' "fair enough, !" Klssiromee and Saint Cloud, to.inset in t the life of the man whom they (Continued on par four) must be eligible according to the niles I '01
will provide SIX additional rooms.and those vhich" have been and will be' honored mode it impossible for some I of the association, and a certified list '
the plans are ao arranged that nix planted by Saint Cloud -organizations.The tslng. (-of players, signed; by the principal 1
more rooms may be later added. together JOHN MARTIN. FOUNDIN Business and Professional Tribute to the) great man, and lessons COUNTY DOUBLES must be sent to the chairman ef the o(
with an assembly room. Women's Club has planted forty-six from hi. life were briefly given athletic committee at Stetson.
While the people of the nsolidat-, trees on the Dixie Highway, beginning by! Dr. New, of St. John's Episcopal 1 In addition to'their victories...,. *. 'J
i-J school district No. 4, which was I MIDNIGHT FIGHT at Vine street,,. the Intention being church. Rev. Knight and Dr. Phillip NEWYORK FUNDS the university the local girt basket.
formerly divided into three districts. to continue -as far as the city *. Then the other favorite hymnof cent hare won from Orlando and Eus> i
Nos.' 4. 6. and 6. are conversant with limits. When funds become available Woodrow Wilson was sung "How 1 1I I tla. 'The Orlando game waa a very 'f.:
the fart that the -tenor-Is are over'crowded Next Governor I Battles The they expect to plant shrubbery Firm A Foundation" and .Dr. Horn- Board Makes Participation [close one the final score being 13 to ::1.
the- necessity of actually re between the trees. baker pronounced benediction. I I 1*. Eustis was defeated 10 to 2 last .', '
fusing admission to new. na*>ils recently Weather Reports In Cuke Of Osceola Possible By Friday nirht at Enatia.Oceolar .'

wok.. them to th s MrgU a girls are playing better
need of immediately v tlng the b'n Patch In Kissimmee PAVING ENGINEERS CITY HELPS FINANCE Appropriation, MondayA ball right along but>> will need to have

Another sot ill act ration was madehi more games and keep in training if >r
day before yesterday when an actual John wT Martin always was knownas joint committee from Kissimraee they are Jt* be' contenders, according ,
count.tawed 816 DDpils in school a fighter for the things he bellev- TO' REPORT MONDAYCity NEW YORK EXHIBIT and Saint Cloud* upon whom rested to devotees of the game who have 1
that day. This in Itself was *9 mo-e "d in. An1 no it wasn't unusual to the responsibility of getting Osceola folowed the contests so far. A num ;
pupils in the first six grade only find him fighting again. But this! county before the hundreds of thousands ber of games have been cancelled on 4j

than the schools are properly eaalprxxt tIm' Urn fight wasn't a political. one. Commissioners Expect Commissioners AppropriateTwo rf people in Madison Sq'iars. account cf' weather or' other condi l
to handle, according to Principal Twas like this: Garden tnis month appeared before>> tions,. which baa resulted in an Irr-g-'. J
n. B. Sh..ver. TWa figure' 'leaves out The weather bureau had wired that To Get Details Of Street Hundred Dollars To tile bourt' of county commissioner* else schedule not conducive to bringIng "

if consideration the many" others who this section! might expect a frost Improvement Out of Way Augment County Funds lit Monday, and reported that plans out the best team work. With the
are registered in school and only 'ant night. (John Martin didn't rct were not runnnlg smoothly. The committee material out for practice; however,
We"nerdajr; "rtrdirv--wse a everal-hundred people braved the The street paving prom-am ..move-' -issirnrnee: wil( hy'!A )hand in the Appropriation of $500 'trC: ... for the championship. provided rerular -
to-nv one aid many of the smaller 'unusually cold weather for the sake' on a bit. Ramsey"tfnd Herndon expect big "All Florida Exhibit" at ty, ut part of the expense .th1.t'oun.1 '.iactlee; a good schedule, and)
pupils were absent. 'of hearing him talk for almost an. to make their final reoort to the Square Garden which opens the week iscn Square exhib't.: thoro-tgh backing of the student body
hour.) But the frost was en the way. :. city commissioners next M-nday, according committee had planned upon an unto and the townspeople! aceordad.I .
(;OROON-J JAV-&i n'-.:<:: according' to the weather man. W. J. to advices at hand at the regular after next for a ten days transposition que exhibit, rather than an elaborate I 'v.

Steed and Carson Farmer were starting I February meeting of the rommlRsion of Florida to the heart of New one, its members found that the m->n- I BOY SCOUT WEEK TO ,
out to take necessary precaution i lasb Tuesday night. Then York City. The city commissicnera, ey available was Insufficient The START
In their cucumber patch in c-se the will como the resolutions by the com- cities of Saint Cloud and Kissimnre WITIS SERMON
at their rerular !
I February meeting,
Found Wednesday Morning Near weather man might prove to be cor miasioners, the publishing! of the as- were .expected to set aside anountz: \ .
Aato Camp With Fracture Of The sewsment roll, the sitting as a boardof last Tuesday night voted an appropriation Dr.
rect. They had finished listening to : of two hundred dollars to to equal the county appropriation butit Phillips Will Preach Special,
Skull" Aad Ills -Track bitched' the next governor and had been i equalization the advertising. the the funds set aside by the coun was reported that on account of Sermon,To Boy.and Girl S onto
sale if bonds and Kissimmee will be ,
with slot
watching him shake Saint Cloud's
i many enterprisesof Commemorating
Cordon Lawson. resident of Osce- ty. Scout Week
ef.old friends and a host of new ones I ready to start laying eight miles of late, the city would be uniJble to _
ola county for nearly forty years, new brick streets. County Agent J. R. Gunn is getting
But the
dl MVotly after midnight.. Wednesday time whom he made for them last to night.hie themselvesto I Steps were taken at this meeting to ready,an exhibit to take to New York donate.S. / Net week' Scout Week. It is la

In the Orange General Hospital the came take advantage, in a small way of which Is calculated to attractively aet W Porter chairman of the committee ho'nor of the founding of Scouting in
at )l ztancio where he was taken that cake patch.The some of the advantages of the water forth some of the advantages of Os- stated that Saint Cloud coull: America. : '
the thrice.
nftrrnoon for an X-ray examination. y started of Jacksonville to bid front. The commissioners authorized ceola county. Sam L. Lnpfer. Jr. raise her share but that it wouU At the First Methodist: church ,in '
He was found about eight o'clock elected mayor explained au revolt the purchase of four small boats to chairman of the committee. Milton have to" come from the few individuals Kissimmee Dr. John F., Phillips will

Wen da i morn ng lying with his that, they and must apologetically to the important i be used ander the supervision of the Pledger, Earl Lupfer, and other committeemen who always contribute, and that preach a special sermon to botH Bey. I.
bead in the rut (f a road a block or go Did John I light plant or dredge crew to be are rushing every featureof inasmuch as the exhibit in New York and Girl Scouts at the nvornlrg service \
more north of the automobile camp, nrecautionary Martin "Go engagement.ahead dont mindme rented to fishermen or others who the material to be shipped in the would benefit the whole county, the Sunday, upon the theme "Good
by laborer to work. His say Florida train. This train will start committee deemed it advisable for the "
a negro going ?" He did not. What he did say I want to ride the surface of Lake To- Scouts. The Ugh school student
track was hundred yards dis loading at Tampa immediately uoon additional funds to come out of county -
some this "Where U cuke patch hopekallga and it is expected that are especially invited to attend this II
taD .. having gone through a fence waa : And your helD h did. I this will lead to a "realization backedby the close of. the South Florida Fair funds. The board of commissioners service.
and apparently finally stalled against Let"Twas me help after yon.midnight when* they endeavor of the possibilities for and Osceola county's portion will be after being assured that th* Scout'Week is the regular time for I

a stump and two small oaks. He was the the pleasure. use of the much unused asset loaded at Orlando on Saturday. plans of the committee called' for a the annual collection of fund for the
brought to Ba...' comer where telephone finished cucumber laying troughs And over John which is now lying dormant. The committee placed an order this showing that would reflect credit np- Boy Scout Last year the five ban

call was made for Dr. HayneaBrinson tender Martin Florida's plant chief executive of The commissioners voted City Cle..k week for fifty thousand leaflets on the county, in spite of the smaller dred dollars was raised with comparative

who attended him at the the future worked with his J. R. Gilbert an increase in salary of briefing Osceola county's resource amount than other counties are spending ease, for the Boy Scout works
home of his brother, F. II. Lawson. near in Kissimmee cucumber fifteen dollars a month. and appropriated which, along with the Kissimmee andSaint readily appropriated $1000 fo- one concerning which the citizens
According to Dr. Brinson. the bate hands a Chamber of Commerce the fund instead of the original $570 do not need be '
oatch. just for the fun of the thing S5 to helD take care of a citizen Cloud! to argued. They know'
of the skull waa fractured both eyes and_ the! of .being, or_ service.A who i i. beino aasiatpd jointly: by the folders, will be handed to the visito-s Two Redflex comer highway .Ifn the value of the Scout to the com ,
badly blood-shot with profuse bleeding few joy hours before he had told an city the Rod Cross and a Methodist In Ringling's b'g show garden. The i were ordered at Monday's meeting munity and they know the valpe, of
having occurred from nose and appUudingr crowd that he wanted t<> !Sunday=; rchool! late-t flans are to have a man from I from an automatic sipnal company t- the organizalon to the boy.
k4.. .ar, but with no cuts or abrasions the resources of the state developed T.. S. Bryarley and J. P. Mnrk ask. Saint Cloud and one from Kissimmee try out on rome of the bad ro'iir Kissimmee Troop Number 1 has .,
other than a slight abrasion on the see that he wanted to. clothe th'' e-l for ewer connections j in north trO to New York to nssist Mr. G-n of the different highway Jon S "sd a h.rd time during the last year,
left lie the in iho of the exhibit nr.d to al' ('"del appealed! for ' .. 1 . being for time'
ear. diagnosed case as state from end to end w th pod Kisximmee and the matter was taken care c a r. : I A long without a scout
fracture of the base of the skull, roads,' and radiated the pridn he felt under advisement. Oacejoa county." pairing a roid in the vicinity of Nir master. The troop now' has an' ex-

4'hlhJagnoela was confirmed by the In the natural resources of hi* native cooasee and was prom'sed sawdus e-llet scout master in June R. Gunn .., '
X-ray In Orlando. .tate. And he had also told them METHODIST LAnFS DRAMA PLAYERS TO API'EAR "llir' in places wnere' it wo'ild h* 'he onlv troublo being that he h's . ,
As this II being written the cor- that more than these physical advantages MISSIONARY SOCIETYThe AGAIN NEXT WEEK helpful, in view of, the fact that the too rruch t) do. lie bu consented, ..
oner's jury has. not finished its inquiry of the state he deslrol to road fund in ton low for present repairs however, to get the trorp back on its '
and definite. findings are unavailable. IIPC the mnnhood and the womanhood regul0'! biers mrct'iig!; of th" Modification! in the plan rf tve on a more nub-Initial scl feet, while assistAnt scout rnai.e-a .

Some opinion expressed on' of Florida developed. He had pledged society was held Monday afternoon in Drama Players of Kia.immee has net A. R. Dennij udkt 1 I the hoard for are being trained, and the troop
the street i II that Mr. Lawson h tit.. himself to seek first the educational the Bungalow, Mr. J. L. Overitreet. Mr. Tnplett's own production, "The consideration for a part of the ciuntvorinting. loo'-s forward to a successful yea'.
stump and was thrown from his' which meant good citizensof president prerld'd. There were the Girl and the Tramp," ahead to Wednesday : The usual procedure has Th- campaign for funds whl-h Is
truck and that the rear wheel ran progress tomorrow from the school chi'dren usunl reports from nnrilinrv cvnir- night rf next week Februwr been to divide the printirg. betweenthe due th'a' next week will not be under

over his head, the position of the of today. There was a ring of sincerely men and consideration of a few new 13, when it will be presented at the two newspapers of the ciurty taken next week on account of the
truck indicating that the engine had in his voice and the people be. plans.An. Casino theater while tho Irish; p'av. but the advent of Mr. Dennis in thprintirg abrence from the city of the scoutmaster .
not been stopped until it stalled as lieved him. innovation has ben ''erHeJ un- earlier' announced will\ be with"e'> ) bux
the vehicle struck the stump and The character of the man made him on, that of separating the forty members for later pro uct'on under auspices of in the county. The board committee. This will not in any way
trees where it Will found. Other the. three times the mayor of Jacksonville .- ) into circles of ten members each. the Woman's Club. decided that this year the delinquenttax Interfere with the treasurer's receiv '
orles suggest foul play, and the,jury each: time by a larger majority. The leaders of these four circlei are. "The G'rl and the Tramp" has 1 I'h' list should be printed by The Gazette ing subscrptlonj.: Carson Farmer ia
was excused Jill call, while witnesses The character of the man will Circle No. I. Mrs. J. W. Tucker: Circle heen Mr. Triplett's pet play and has this being' the schedrle year fo" the treasurer and he will be g'ad to
were secured. him the next chief executive cf the No. 2, Mrs. D. B. Shaver; Ci-c'e been held in reserve for this special this. and all legil advertisi-ip, receive' checks from those who usually -
Gordon Lawson came to Oseeola! great state of Florida. The character No. '3. Mrs. L. H. Ingram; Circle No. occasion. paid for by the county In the Sain contribute to this worth while
county in 1888 from Chattahoochee of the men is shown In his enthusiasmfor 4, Mrs. L. E. Fenn. The ingenious part of the story, Cloud Tribune, while th"i lob printing! cause, and from all others wht m"y
county, Georgia, and has resided here municipal improvement and affairs while fascinating and of deep he-rt 'hould be pa a competitive bid avs- wish this year to have a h"nd in the
Mrs. who
D. B. is
since that time. He la survived by I of state. And the character of tendent of Shnver superin-i' interest is widely different' from that t'm. thus giving all printers of tl.e training of Kl dmmee',. future c'ti

his widow three daughter, and two the man was shown in the strode little organizing Junior Misdona-y division work in th* of all other dramatic works its originality county opportunity to bid on the zens. The Girette w'll' bs gl'd to
sons. Two daughters are Mrs. J. E. incident of last night when he a Baby of itself being a unique fea- work not necessarily confined to nuhll-h the names of those who are
mission work with Miss Irene In-
Nash, of Miami Mrs. Everett Smith. making this organization possible for .
; worked in a cucumber patch to ward' ne-vspspere.
of Florence South Carolina, and Mis. off a frost that didn't come. John vision.gram as Miss superintendent of the will di ture.Like all earlier offerings of the. the boys, before the actual campaign.
W. F. MurJock, of Orlando. One son, Martin radiates the which Margaret Sigler Drama Players it is c'e-n and who'e- I start
happiness have
Rosier;, :, lives at DeLand. and another, comes in the joy of service. I division.special charge of the primary some with a da'nty little love sto-y TOURIST SOCIALAt I '
hICK. is a resident of Kisilmmee.. and an abundance: of humor. all entirely :
Lawson is the.daughter of Jack Barber The'study class of the MUsi-nTV free from taint or tarnlh. f I PROGRAM
NEAR EAST APPEAL SOON Society with Mrs. G. T. Sigler. ch-ir- Exceotional the Eplsconal Parish House
formerly of HUliard'a Island and opportunities are era-t '
SUNDAY FEB. 10 4:00 P. M. Js.
>'ster' of Jeff Barber Mrs. !T. A.Hoghe'y man will meet' in the Bungalow next ed to the players and a cast has been with Episcopal lades as Jioste-sea, s Broadway Band Stand .:
for the Near Ea t Relief
An delightful social hour
appeal afternoon. was last
Mrs. Landen, ,and Mrs. i Monday All members of selected that Is peculiarly suited to r.'ed I ;
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Kissimmee will beopened on night -
the church Friday Mn.4 U.
Jams are cordially invited. this
all ...1. particular
Harvey of whom are
program. KISSIMMEE ft I
or: about"the llth February, according and : orchestra furnished mos'e ,
dents The role of of '
of section "Jerry true
the Hilllard's Island v a type U. J. Burrows' DirectorMarch
to an' )announcement tod-y. Among the impromptu speeches ,
I were
Faneral nature's l. *
Lawson own nobleman thonefl.- I .
service for Mr.
wID /be held Saturday* morning The object of, the. appeal will be Co cORONORS. JURY RETURNSVERDICT Umixed by circumstances place before Mesdamej. Eastman lUeb"rdlOn'and .-"Royal. Scotch Highlander-/, ,,.... ,
furnish funds 'for carrying:on Amer.lean Messrs. Ca a,'h -ra'lor"TneJ'i; and .
100 o'clock IN LAWSON CASE Mr. possibilities thatbar. . ...... .. . KjB'rOverture ,
at BoN Hill cemetery., relief activities,amen** th* war .- I EUla Davi. Rey. New presided tie*. -*>- *> .>* * 4*.A:_ ._ ;t. ,
-"!"T .. not been afforded I>>y. any other -Wagnertan Operatic Seleetiea -.-. '
/ I.
BUSINESS. WOMEN and famine' sufferers' of the ..Near children. ""..'.Tb,..'. iceasrsbJury.( I part in which he has appeared hefo- dames A. T. Morrison, Davis, 'Myens.and . .....;-..--. .-...-.IJoJ'aI'' ,,, ',,, .,'1<;;
TUESDAY East.,particularly<:.UIICIIar.tI1. impanelled before others dispensed. .pvnca, and "
MEXr74ZT. ; .'.. Mr*. "Geor.. 8I Her .baa been Joatice of the Peace Mis1'Lucil a Klsaimmee, audience; the character wafers. v Pop. .r.JI.IodaJ'U..k.. . ,.._ .; 4\\'. ,. .R;
in -" ,I . I
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The regular February meetinf of named\tos". heard the' eommlttee In Johnson, acting coroner, assisted by compared with "Cap 'Amos'! In The The ron call"of the states.,'showed Concert VaJ.. ...:;"....';..J._WIoIdt'9fat. .,, ,"" .6
.the. Basin** and Professional ,Won charge.: Other,member of the local Prosecuting Attorney Milton Pledger Port, ef :Missing...." though that 12S tourists present.. Ohio leading ..' . lOTEItMISSION._ ;r '
club. will be held next Tuesday' committee. ares, II,..'< L,;:H.'Ingram, returned verdict ibia morning that magnificent role It will be remembered -I. with, twenty-eight Pennsylvania fol Overture-"Princeof IIId\a.J..1DBIf.\ 114t1f.--"l'..j.. ,I.I\.'\
nIght at."zSG .'dock.'J"U meeting Mrs. Julius Bmithr Mr*. ,John ,Me Gordon Lawson came to his death by was somewhat somber; whit "Jar. lowed next with sixteen.' Altogether, Barcarole-"O'Belle Naif* .
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NOTICW( IS llKHlilir 0IVJ That] I luilhvr ll IXiM ttda' ratn of Inloifsf. to be Noll,'" li ,hereby! giVen dial thw CltvCoininiHHliMM.iB 'Is . +,

}: X'i Aitliur Krannf purchaier ,t lox Cvr, .paid tlu-i'eon ''lIid' the tlnio, when the sod.t on the 11th day of What' is ) ;:' \
: tlflcaln No 11GB. dated tho 'th day of piltiflpal an.I,, Intorest uf dnld .liondilMMll.l ,.'ub.. 1H24 mid n-\i....." the City Itetr'iiration 11I

,J unll. A. I II. 11121. hfl. tILed aald' certificate \ Iji'toiii'dm anil |,,,yuijli*. ( i-railiiK the followingMitntttH If. r' '
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: for tax deed to u>*u" In accord- Hint an vU-illun l>u held, on lie 16th A. -\libotI _:s.: _ _ - . Dimd

}'i ClrcuH, lice with law.oInld ci-rtlflcate < mhrncta day of Mjirih A. l II. IK24. to ditrinlni s%'. H Anliton ,-_ _-.--,. __ _.Movuitl.thel

/ In tho following lonorlhi properly -. whether .". not them shah bo Itiaueil : Allon ---.w-.-_-_. . fove0 Mo.-e. Helpless

<] Ifniinnlt lluntod In Oacvola, County KlorItla .- I hylId t 1I.1"Ie.t hondh In ( his HUin of H"...., llnnMoll __ .?_?...,__.,.Moved :

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: IOJ Honrv, Tim Raid land being nmtemied' at the tfii lllld ilocluia of alit &Mi.edal Tux' )'nn K. (',_",,- ._J-i...-.-..MovoilItioiiWMii .
d.'SI. all date. of the iMnunnco of nnld eel'tlrtcalo Hclionl: l>lMlilct I who ore frieholdranhiill : .Toliu It.. .'+......1..1 I"e..1 Thana Bab

llonry 'hi th i iinin of Unknown Unlt'im aalilcuftlltcate \'<11'". The MtUvT, lii-tUin ahall IHThe'll ll.iiher ..lohnV. ., .?-_.-...:.Iu\o.I

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: Nina .V. lIlt day of Februitry..AI l D. IU24. I In KlHHlmlm.e. Inrlila luaildtllHlilcl / ' I _* ..-
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lr 5-61 Uy H. II. 11 U 110"' (. P. CA4IIMK ,f I iiiNin-ctiMH, for Miilil election. 1'1.11"1'h 1 \ ,,,,,..H *1:.. _',,__ 'h l H.I

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.. In tlif, i T\.X IIICKIIVOTICK I UHM I -d oiHo t-iith. w-t.i-.It. for foul MUCC I'ssI.. I. Xlin' slii-i. ... u 1.1 Care 50 tut of ,

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: \I 'y.i; I for tux d. ,.il to I.*...... In ninrilaIK' (.- I I'r is' I'I'IlTIII.H; llltliPIII( .:l > t that I Ih.Iciuili .' I I''lu'.. .' ''. MIH, .lllH I. IM.., "I Iid

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lh, Hill. dn to-wlt : nl1.I' old. I- aid ih, I.I\VB if tluSi j I H , '.tls>, "". I' II. 'tuI. ; -I be stopped not only because

'' diKiilli |I lou. 83 an,I Jtl < ll. hrlMI I, f I .1i .ii I. l 1111. Mtf )I' 11. M I", ,'

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: I dither of you. ha\i <'onI I
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of Klaiilinrnee. O.eeoln Conntv 1"1.1. ,I lirusiry. i'ii: j i ,"p'n hri't nnd Harnlins lietweei
AtL to the underslvnid Kxei.ntrlx .r I II I M KA1'7.. i 'h,ilim'in I law I
i enforiemitit
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kliI date hereof .\ ii-.t uN I .'..I'i i cniinlFlor d' i HoNhevmm nnarchy, disrespert for

JDatad January Ifth. A (' U 1'I" rl.L. Sey.IlE.SOiiTIOV. nil law both human
n l"'t: I : nnd divine on the

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W I hetucen laiA-nbulinp Amorican and
,i I I \\\HFIin\8 the. board of I'uMIc In those who flaunt
i In Jo.forlda. .. Court O..cla ( Iructlon\ of Onreola Countv Florida and throw to the :

County. In thn Matter of the li.ivtthin day paaord and fifth heaps our fundamental and -

,Hatat of Richard W. Culllann d.n'-is- I certain resolution wherein It adoiited appear a red laws and the durirem court FI\C-I
ML Citation for L..tti-m of Admlnlntratlon. .
that a petition ha.
been ftlvd public
with nal.l opinion will determine ihe
TO- ALLvJlo"r
MAY 14aard ulitiind by "
r"s moro than
CONCERN: Notice la hereby given five ((25: %) ) u-r rent of fh* dnly Twenty-quall-. I sue. The speaker went of) to point I

that 'ha undcralnned 'will on thn ISlh lled rle., ..... rimldlnr within Special out; great erium in world hiitory and

,day February. )', A. I). 19X4. apply to Tax Ftclinnl Plmrlct No. <4 of Oncnole particularly in American h'story' '.
the Honorable T. I Comer ,
a. Jatlre County. Klnrfda for the ,
of th bore Court, at hi. ofttce. In the quIrlnK. hnlMlnfr. enIkrwlnk.purpose of' ao-*. I bringing! hi. aubjeet down to the
; Conrtlioa//- Xl..lmm. Florida \InK or otherwise Improvlna: hulldtnira: preient day. He continued : .
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of Admlnletratlon de '; 'fIJ'
bonla and achnol "TJie most :
for the rxcluatva) .wnefleent. the
non upon "'the leo ilation
iy : deceaaed.-Thla the diy of the .nd| Hpeclal Tax School District of the :
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.<; AppU""nt.iCQu..It ther Mppeura that hnnda1 of generation and -
puld D>a- for generations '"
toFappUcao&J... u I.Ue yet u ,Ji '
> met I. the NOEl of 1100,004: ' JfYl! .-
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-..- -..-. ......... .. r", ... _, .._.;, _.. _- -. .."KISSIMMEE-VALLEY..GAZbiTrZ' :PRIDAYr 'FKBRUARY' $.-1924r'_ '-- '''' '...._.._., .. ".l.anal.. ....... ... !;L

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:'REPORT'0'COUNTY' : .0-: rte-- ,-- ,1 : ; >Of ,Ir--'T; J ',1' 'if\'"' 'f-
FI iANCES- Warrant. Outtan4ln, September SOth ;1 192-----!_ ItS.IO '_ c . '_ .' .J . "-twIw, ... .Si'

; t' r::. t JL 4 CEQtA'COUNTY, ; 1. Depository Balance.. September SOth.'FAIR ItSS KtINO/::"...._-___......? .. . ,..oa..o ; CA'SH FEED' COMPANY ..APPRECIATES .

FOR THE PERIOD ENDING. .SEPTEMBER'. U23th Depository UslanepWarrentlDApril ;, ItSS__.:.........__...?_...._............_.,_...14.0 BUSINESS .
., -- Outstanding! I." 1928'Baihoce ..-....;.-..-...--____.._....._-..T-y..-..None YOUR

''I'h.. '.to11owlnd. R.Port or' *.Reoelpta. and '; -of' t". County Net April 1'." l'tl-..__....-........_.>...;.......i;........,-........_+$14.0 Attention': Poultry and ,Stock and 'Cattle Feeders;* : ,

Funds tll. h UnoB of OItCICOLA and amount COUNTT of for Warrant tha per loci ending Bapt.mbsr" SOlh. 1IS$. with From.CAg Rieript. toe'nix: Collector.' H_.T....... _._..?.?:;....-.,-.......,...,, ..'...SS+ We have just unloaded two ,more cars off, the best 'f
A.aetaand LI.bIUU. and the outstanding- end a atatem.nt of the mptroll..... Redemption -.-__......._..._.-.... '..0 I7.7S '' ,
the a&d OSCEOi.A COUNTY! .valuof Coualyliop.rly! other than School o' Making Balance. ......---.-_......_-....?........._.....? 1S1.SO Feeds money can buy, and are in position to give you ,
by 4a Board of County Commlaalonera reported'' on the the Ckork 10th day of the of Circuit fisptembcr.Court.ISIS I.. DI."....._... for Six .........,,.........._.......,._.....;.*._.*-.,... these Feeds at less for Cash. Save by paying cash. t':

of krri Klorlda.?>r pubU.h.d, und.r. the" provl.lon of CHAPTER tit. Act of 1 IS. LAW Depository. Balance. Reptpmhrr 10't". 1S1>_\ __..1___--_._...--.;.......-.....aai.tOHPKCIAL Mottoes.Don't '' /'
EKNK8T AMOS Quality CourtesyandPromptness' our .
i 114)All AMU RHIItUH JVsv.,1 MOMD ..t/ND'/ ,
Comptroller'. Trustees. 'Balanoe, April lot 111....?......._i.-._._..__,_.__......._//Oe5.T1 ./4
Depository Balance April !I._GRRERALFUND. _.. ....._...._....._.........-;......__._._..I .,..4. OutatandlnK ,Warranta,, April ,let !.*.*,...-...--..,--..__,-.-*..-,-...... Non. forget the place and Phone Number. .

Outstanding Warrant, April. I." $911.-.r-, '. ...'......,......-.-_.._ 7.104.71Net Net 'Balance, April lIt. 1'.1......:......._........4'.-....,.....:.......,,-." ,OOS.7SIlrre4p CASH FEED COMPANY' PHONE 12

l>8f1clt"o"I'll. ,."r III. 111 lat".*'..123N.t.ipt ., .-....-_..............;.....,.,.._.....-..._.........$......1. From-<.Tax for Collector Twelve M.Taxes....... ...._._-.-_,-.,..,.......*--..$..,....81 a

"rom-Tax Collector ,Tax. ___.........._.....,:.;,.;......?. ...'.'." ..'1 Comptroller Redemptlona -..?.......,.........- 444.ISComptroller
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Taxes ._. ._ Railroad Tux - - ... . -,067.11'Comptroller
County Agentomplrollrr .. . .... ....... .
: SSS.Cl --- -
-- Telegraph Tax ...... ...........,.. *.41 I.SSS.(7 -
C Redemption. .,. ..._....__._....-..-. 1.S41.0S<< -
(Clerk Loan _.?_....__........,..-,_.... 1000.00<< 1l
:___ .. . ... . .
Maklnv' .
Clerk, MI.cetlaneou.r ___..._.. ._........__ Balance ---------- ---- - -a. | .6.8'.11DI.
4.00 ....... .. ..... ___ _.... _. .. l
!talk, Interest ..._....-._.?._..::._.......__.__ 14.44 fil.SM.t4 a> < for TweMe M. < ---- -- None

Maklntt Balance .. ...._....__..._..____-.._.......___._.__ .....*.... Leavlna Balance. h________..__________._______..____, $15,52.29
.............. for Bl. .......t Cr-Warrant . S7 Retlrlnir 6 Honda and Intorost._...___|T.I1.S* J.R.C-"AY
.I..y. of Clerk of the circuit Court a.County Auditor Cr-Warrant No. 811 to Bond Trustees.__.___..__.__._._ 194.967.651.76

and Clerk to County Commissioners ........_,....._.__._| 11'.GII : ____ SMPKCIAI. :
Per IHem. and Mileage of Comml..lon.r......._.. 16180Judge Trustees llMlnnre. September 10th. 1921-------- *S.OSZ
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of County Court _.r._......_.._..__._?__-____ 1(000l ROAD' ANU. ___nHIUUH__ _...No.___*._KOMI.. FVKII_____
Trustees Balance, April lit I SS ? _----? I10.S44.**
Prosecullnar _. .__.____.._.._.__
County Attorney for County Attorney Commissioners? ______________ aoooo III''S Outstanding 1Varrants'April tat 1t:1___.________..____,.-.-_.____.__ Non. Garage and Machine ShopSUCCESSOR

.Taller 8upsrvlor. ----_----of--..-KeKlatratlon-...-----.-------._._._.__.-.V.,___________-_-._r500.00__ 75.fro Net Balance, April. I.t. 1813 _:_-_____.___________,._____:....:_____..'I10.S46:StReceipts
Repairs to County Uulldtn*;*: Court l4ou.e..r----. 111.10 for Twe4ve M..tb.t) '

J.II"r, ----.-.-..-..-.---.- 7.1' 'rom-Tllx. Collector and Uaiifca. Taxes__and____.lntereat$80,780.64State ____ _. . ,
Hank Dividend $IH.413
Furniture and KL t
Mxewnse of County. __ Building_ ..:._.Janitors... and Oth.rAtdndant. Making Balance ______________________________________ U..7'.7
., .._. ... _..._ _
., Fuel- and-l-Water*- .???. ?_ 10.00blrht. me soHI UlabBiraeaseajta for Ti..IVe:M..tb.r __r______.._____.______._____.____ None
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Incldentala ____-____---.-....._......__,-...- 60 Farming MacKihery *, j
Miscellaneous .........__ ._.. ___._.__- 81.04 LcavbifC Balance _.--.._-.-..-..--.------------.------- $4.970.1Crlutereat .
Car. of County-ruorf Ripajr snd IdGitioo. to Poor? on Bond (paid) .______._______......__.__ ...O.(..4STrustees '

..ou..:....",.n.and...Farmw Op.r.tlop..of.....'.-Poor..-....Mouse..C_....' J.OIII.II, too Balance, September SOth ItSS._______________.__._ 11..901.16A1919TS Gas.Enginesancl umpsuilt' ;

Allowance Made to Pauper Outside of PoorHouses ANn S.IAHIL.ITIKMABM

_..It ami. ...Paid. l>* Warrant.---, ..._._.!._. t.t'.Ob ) Balance Cash In Pepodtory. All Fund, .*...._._.__.._____)S.4, 40S I
Stati_y tory Inqdrrlva and *HnNns:3 ;:a. of(leax-ral Officers.8tatlon.ryUlank.-.T-and Committee. J. 10.0' 7n..rd Bond Fund Balances _.__n___........____.____...______ SI.DS4.SK :BEARINGS FOR NEARLY A AlT: MAKES OF CAMS

liooke ____......__.__._. ......_.._.__ ,4)1004), ) )
_____________... __ q
AdvertlalOK. Required by Law and Paid for by Total Available Asset _. __..--___ .. ___ .I6S.42S: : rr---' s
Ceejnty. ._-..-_________..._.._i..._..._:__._--* *.!.40 S.IAHII.ITIKK
Paid Officers ________.__. \Vnrrunts Outstanding '1 current expenses...____ 1 1,891.11Time
Commissions to Tax
Tarn .Collector ......:...... Assessor. ....._............_. ,44071'.'.71 Wurrants.. Outstanding -----__.----..........::.:-:::.::-::::: 91,000.00: : !
County Treasurer-. __________-n-_____________-__.___ 1.444.SO Bonds Outstanding. .______._____ ___________u__________._________ 414.SOO.OU -. .
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r.I.Wis.>......Circuit... of Qeneral Court Reeordlns Blectlom! ._and-Oen.ral..._...._..l..Work71.00...__...__.._ SSO Total . ____00. .____n___________________..__ _h____________h___h,51 84S4 of his associates. since one .in 1911 by a man .namedMoulton. "
.. .. _. __________..... '_. l AI.IK Of C04.NT1' PHOI'KHTV _
", Lean. My. I>.monBtraH_____.........Assent.......-.__-___-_-__--__....._h_____..... J.Ua.57 1447 Court llnuax and Jail ____________--.___________________flOft.OOO This work is entitled""Synopsis and Noult n's work enumerated ,
Court library _....__.__..._ ____________ 1MOO School Houses _____._-._--.__--_ ______ __ u.u__ 100.00000 ;
palsy mravlt of County Phralcla _. __ _________.___u_______.__.__ StOOO Poor House and Farm_______________________ ___________ 10.0110.00 Catalog; of the Tyhunoptera>[ of North 40 genera and 118 pcles while .the R,
$..ary Probation Officer ___________________h___________ iO.00 Teams and Machinery. Road Work______________________ 10.1100.00 America." It attempts to list all the new one lists 86 genera and, over 300
(number of Commerce r f._---.-,_.,._._4---.<(..__-..-___, S40.00 n..I.n Total h___________________. ________h_______.________S120.00000FLORIDA insects coming; within this order on species.. . io

l....a.ln. M.lAnee '. .....*.._.:_L_______1________1_ ____.____________._9147.< -, the continent and islands of North Professor Watson is receiving "let (
Itr. Outslandlnc' Warramt* Cancelled by Uoard-------------------_. .. ISO.! I MAN WRITESIMPORTANT' gist of the'Florid:1: experiment Station -!America in addition to telling where all over the ,
described ters from specialists
who found and
BULLETIN has written bulletin that they live and
Net Balance ....|.t. SOth. 1811------------------------------------------1'11.60 just a him' hU'' h
Warranta OutataiMllna 00 ______ ___________________________ __________I.4S1.6Sy I is certain to have an important place I them. country congratulating over .
-- Professor J. R. Watson entom lo- in scientific literature in the opinion I This is the first work of.It.* nature most important work. {.
...,...lIor Da....... ---------------$1.790.02 "
KINK. AM FORKKITUillC KLISnIwaoelturv __ __ .. .
I lllance, April let 1'II-- __ ,_____________________________ f lisa n >\'arrantu, April lit. 111 ____ ._ ____ _____ __ __ 3,1934' aI

NM April 1st. UU _- __ ___ ___ ____ _. __ u___ _.Uh _ 53.19018 I
R..ipte f.I Mia '"_.... T1.How
1-roni-Tax Collector. Taxea $Z IMS M
Comptroller Redemptlona-_ ___._____..._ _________ 1 6.3.1: "
f ('lerk loan _. .h ____ ___.. ... ... _____ 4 lion <>" A of Success }
Clerk. "N Turner" __ __ _. _ _.h.-__ __ __ u __ 17100 $826917Mektnr :: Story _

Halance _ .___ .__ __ __. ______._ ___00 IS.(IKS 119TiallKTa.
"I....,........ 'er 811 1r.ab.r ;f"
OhrrlfT and I>..pinl.-.. Coat Hills In Criminal Cs.ra--------11.844'ru6 .. ""i
Constablea. ('0.t Illlla In Criminal Cases_________ _. . ___ louo 't.J
cask of the Circuit Court. Cost Hills In Crlmlnxl <-aH. <-l._ _ 14}.C2 Studebaker Cars became leaders
Clerk. of th. Cilmlnal Court of It.cord. Cost Ullls In
Criminal t....-. . __ _-______ .__._________ ______ ___ _. IllS. lJuMlce .i- .
of the lea ce. Cost Rills In Criminal Cases_.__ __. 87 St
County I'roMcctitlnv\ Attorney, Conviction: Kees. __00 ________ 1116.00 145,000 people last paid $200,000,000 for them.
I Pay for Attendance on Criminal Court_ *50.onW year.
linen. F>.. .-_- -. _______--_--_____ _____ __ Sno 40
Hherlira CotnmlaBtnn on KlneaFee ., Collected__________ 88\19 .. .
1lna; I'rlannera ..-_ _-.-.-_-_ -- 665.SO --
1'''>' r.r Juror In CriminaCourta Ca..... County and Jumlce I'eaon taUoedbout cars" build Studebaker. .We spend $600,000 yearly' to ma- '
cars as
._ ___. _______________________ 11.110
It..I'ur' of Judtre nf- Juvenile-Courtetc_ .____________ _________ 4150Halary !j f THE fine cars are the Stude- chine: all surfaces of crank shafts 7
of Probation omcwra ... sso S Bnginecring-$500,000 yearlyWe in : Motors.
$9it3 and
JltI..I1..u.l __ _____ -_. __. ___-_ __________ ______ 4/".""" tes-at up. just as Liberty Airplane ,; ,
J_n __ __ __---_ _______ __hU.__ --____________--_____--_ ______ 833I.t.rtat 1 Sales have almost trebled in the created an engineering, department That is the reason for that perfect.
______ ___________ ______ ________________ .______ 16.118.'S J' balance that absence of vibration.'' '
----------------------/29.1) past three years. The demand for which costs $500.000 yearly.. ,

Maklnr 1'1' Hut.tandlna Deficit W.rrsnts-cancelled by Board________________________ ".60 I these can. growing fey and There are' 125 skilled men there ,Every Studebaker'car Is Timkenemipped. -. 'f
I bounds, has been lUttordom's chief who devote their time to studying The Specia1.ShJ:-and'ths _-______--__--_- _____._____ ____________,____________...1 0" betterments in make Six have Timken ''
Cr. Interest Paid on I..anVarr.nt to F. F. Fund__________________ ".n sensation cars. They Big- more bearing
i 5OO.OOO tests yearly.: than any car tilling;" 'under: $5,600 ra,
___ ._ ._____ .... Over $2OOOOQjD09was last
Net neficit ....pL aoin. itsa .-. _n ___. 7. year
Warrants Oulttandlnr, Sept. SOth. IttS ._____......-. -- 801.OQIDepoaltory spent for.Studebaker :models. There is a department of Methodsand America.., The Light-Six.more than id
. "
Standards.' They'decide and fix competitive within $1OOO or : 1
Balance;.'Sept., 10th. laa ..-.--: ....:_ .......... .:.,...ulT..i Now we wish te explain all any *.,'. !.
to in + its "
ROAR FtNDkTVpoaltor .. every standard these cars price.: ,4' ,. lit
(!.0 1 "Itl,(iS srt',; ri aNe-t: J..' '; 1 if .
... ......| : :: ..: .. ,, who are interested, theM 1 '*' s cars' f '
Ilalanr April laU 1H1 ;\\, *W;U"",'f -.U.' l'*''<* IIM!! 25 . '. I a r '- vf;:: Open have rear t
ustandlnc Warraota, April I at, I'1S '" reasons for'thatau0ness
: ,"t ;;ii.f sn'\ !-a, ,I leather' :phol tery.,They 1 w'z''
Net Halanre.4 April t lat. .iaSSltee __._._..._._._........, ......._....___......._..12.2..0 , .' ., .. ': .... coat: $ZS r \
more car
.4p From-.Ta Collector, Taxea -_-nUe.H..H Learn why 145,162 bought than Imitation leather.. .f J
Comptroller. Redemptlona _ _ .-_ 1111611111 always led ,f
_ '
Clerk. Miscellaneous - Our closed cars have
Studebakers in 1923
wok Interest -. .042 3. u..n7.1 ( For 72 years the name Chase Mohair .uphol ,'

Balance .- | Studebaker has stood for 'J'
Making -
ira >ara; .__.. for .-'. ifes>.hsiMalarlea I quality and cla.LStudebaker Studebakers hold the top place in the fine stery. ThIs-J., made 4
et Road Superlntendenta and Overaeera a .' from t'-e soft fleece: of
Past to County Commissioners for Road inspection------ its no equipages car field today. \
< 0117.t7 Angora And a
foot Tools of and Material Machinery.-Coat and Repalra._. 1., I in the carriage days held In 1919 the public paid over $80,000,000 Sedan requires goats.from 15,

l.1.e Stock. Coat and Care and .ding1,189.35 premier place. The White for .'
Studebaker ,
11,.SOS. 6S4u 39,356 cars. 18 :
Ouarda < s.
lJnl other than -
ntd for 1'1''' >or. yar
it Convict Giianla ___ _ _ ___nh .nn House owned them in .'
Pay.. --- -_ _.. -__ _. In 1920, the public paid over $100,000,000
e.dlnic/ and Cure of Con\lcta on nonds P 1.'i3.-11 the days of Grant and Velour for this upho .t 1n
_..... 711 61sas I ,
Mlnneltanvoun Itema - for of
--- I 51,474 Studebaker an increase n'ssld.: on account; of Ruada built by contract-------- 1. .S3 Harrison. cars story save. us up
Ferments on account of of flrtdrea Placharire built Convicts by contract Lea.ed-----_ ._ _. 16 711*.!01 t' Now we make motorcars 31 % over 1919. to $100 per car.

Paid Payments to Incorporated on account Cltlea and Towna- 4..41. ..81 I ICnty only. But the Studebaker In 1921 the public paid over $120,000,000 Note the finish of every v'lf
... 199.91
Hurve>'or .- --- Po in this modern t
name for detail. Mark: the infinite
Care of I>an Uro"' ..'. child - 160.00: 66,643 Studebaker cars, an increase of '
IXMMI . -- -- 600 OOooo field t, simply had to .add 25 to
i care. They %
Tender -- -==: '. .on 29% over 1920.
maintain its
i prestige. labor luxurious
coit: on
.. .... Ixavlnic Halancw ____ ___________________--__________ ISO IS m sis.01 In 1922, the public paid over $155,000,000 closed bodies. f f
Cancelled by Board \
Ir OutatandlnK.-Warrant Nn Warrants 10J4 Hated. for SS..4* paid n..tO uu_______ .C('* * We had the money we for 110,269 Studebaker cars, an increase of Note the completeness i

_______________ $12,066.1Warrant. 66% over 1921.
Ket Balance. September SOth. ItSS _n____ had the incentive we cf our larger Outstanding. September. SOtl., 1 SMepoaltorr -- ---------- S 41112ai who now control. And In 1923, the public paid over $201,000,000 11.e: nickel-plated bumpers '

Balance. September Snth.. un ___ ----______ .3476fi our one ambition has for 145,162 Studebaker cars, an increase of the extra disc wheels' \.
PECIAI ROAD .$10,110.61 been to maintain the and cord tires the steel
Th..o.itnry Balance. April 1st. 1113 -- ------ ------------ --------- .00 over
4 vUitandlna. .Warrants. April 1.1. 1 J1Ke ---------00------------------ 610 Studebaker place.$9OOOOOOO In 1924 business"has opened with Stude- trunk the courtesyligbt; '

< Balance, April ).1, 101S -_--_-- _--_ _____ _______--________ '------.II.I..O.S etc.: THr.k i what they .
"......... for alt III...... ____uU 0'10 A4" assets. baker as: never before. would cost you bought, i; '
Collector TaxeaComptroller -- -
Vr.-Ta. --- --
-- ------- behind Learn
all these ''
Redemptlona ----------------------1.948 I us why buyers preferred as extras. -

Hank Intereat. ____________________________h 1.7S $2236.33 Studebakers. ;
Studebaker assets are Thus we have madet
____ ____ ....._____ aasi7 ,93
Making Balance ___..._.____ __ 90000000. We have 'e Studebaker the leaderof

1)i......Payment__4a for on Six Time Moaithal Warranta and Interest.__.____________.$! .U6.7S $50,000,000 in modern quality cars "We have

I.eavtng. B.lahce ______ _____ 00__ ______________________ 8,511.10 plants and equipment.Not built a demand exceeding -
_______ 610,00
r--outatandlntr Warrant No. 4 n'pVld""out of load Money h old plants readapted. We have Our factories employ 1.200 inspectors :- 145.000 cars per 'year.

__ .___ '11.'II.16 pent .$32,000,000 in new plants in to make of these'
I<...Ine Balance _________ --.n. ------- ---"""""*;-.".Vn'nii"1Cr 30.000 inspections on Learn the results efforts,
________________ ." .
.....-Commission paid paid on Bonds to Chase by National Depository Hank________--__ 0 five years. We have equipped them all Studebakers cars. Few flaws few in fairness to yourself. Don't buy a :a
Cr-Telecrama paid by Bank --------------------00------ 1.47: Sf.ln.n. with 12.500 up-to-date machines. mistakes can escape them. That we car at $1,000 or over without knowing ; '

N.t Balance. September SOth. 1133-------------------. _____ *118818 1'2811. Over $8,000,000 was spent on drop believe is the finest organizationever what, we offer. /' '

Warranta QuUUndlng.. September SOlh, II--------------- 00 forge plants alone. Another$10,000- devoted to motor car building. Compare the parts and details. :

.__ : __ t*.478.IS 000 on body plants to maintain our Mark the offer -''
TVnoeltory Balance. 8I>**ml>*PA0iIVjB"l advantages we -

Balance. April" .1st. 1IZS._.____<'___.V"riJii_______n_________________-"*.".n prestige in coach building. The price quality scores on scores. Our experience: Is ;'
(.0osltorr utatandlntf>Warranta" April 1st 1921------------------- --------___n_ .0000 We believe that no other plant in On some steel alloys for vital partswe that 95% of those who do that buy a

Ket Balanca. April lat, ItSS____-________.______*___________________ _____ .., the country is so well equipped to pay, 15% extra to get them exact. Studebaker car. .

sK...I>4.(tal sfS>sT ala .l.Slsts **l ______ Aft .}
_ tin
.'rom-Tax Collator Taxes __h________________ U'
.. 1It..1 111757
--- -
Comptroller Redemptlona --------- -- --
: . ".41'." q LIGHT. SIX SPECIALSIX5Pass. B I C- S .1 X
Maklria". VlManoe --.1------------ ------ ----
IH.-.. far.f.$lx ......... ', ',.. a
Cunning A..nt ,.--------------------..---. $00.09 5-Pats. 112 W. B. .40 H. P. 119 W. B. 50 H. P. c1-P..... 1211-,''W B. eo H. P.
County. ...__._____ _--.____--________ 110'00 Touting : ;' ,
Trad Donation' -Fundj --:.---.-..- --".-.'--"' -- 11.0:0._: /.no.OO ..1943.00" yS.OO Touring .' $1350.00 ,To r'-'I... . \'-,>- '- ..': ,.;.:. $&7s .oo

Coup.-Roadater(2-Pass- 113.00 Roadster (2-Pass.) U25.00: Speedster <5-Pac) :+t'. -I.? '- IW5.00..

t Nest Warrant BaJanc Outstandln Hcptember. September S0tb I.'U SOth.t _.___.._._.. :.;: Coupe (S-Pass.) 139S.OO Coupe (5-Paaa.) w r' 1899.00 Coup*.(S-Pasa.1*" .;'6" l .. ."349508 " 1

>oe00.Itery Balance "pt.mb.r. 10th.t '1...U- ___pe__.__.__. ___...__ {1,111.1.. Sedan, '- '- 14.3.00 Sedan 'r 1M5.00;,." ?,Bedaji. ... t .s--' V,.,l ".". ' ,.. ' 26540
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outstanding .!.r--------! : "- 4 "J. ;;' 1. J.. .. 'i-r-t' \ . .r A ,,

. .1et4l9alanbt.,PApt71 1.r:4:: .,. . ANY
.. LM..lbaSrreaa KISSIMMEE AUTO" "; .
--- $ " .' ,'Ii,
.. .11,336,1/ "
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,:. Sax .Collwtor'Tu.O'---.rr.rM-N--34.. ...... .... ". ...... -.a..1 '. ;' .T. ..r..... .. .' r '- ,- t'I "1\\ '- t I'Jf
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,. Comptroller,. R.d.mptiona a ,........ '",--i: '. . 4. "' ... .. ,
,: ..- ._. .. +. 71a'.. ,16.32.15 ) \ \, 'jKisslmme 'FIO.ida' : / .A. 'f. r :
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II s .. ...... .... .. .. JOHN MARTIN' judges of' an- official' conduct and I

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I submit the endorsement of the peopleof
S Jacksonville (for your consideration MICHELIN
THE WATCHER This is a year
St J ___* against the many unfounded reports ,
that those who have always
r 55 5. THIS!; KISSIMMER! KVKRT VALLEY KRIDATFLORIDA.GAZETTE . . .. ... .eO ....44 __,___ *-.* fought me in Jacksonville hive resorted .

KI8I'1UIMIt! Woodrow Wlboa 5 S to in times past,', and who aro
rs -- -, All thoughtful people mourn for . now following: the same tactlci. -
\ S W. B HAKU18 __-...-(-.-....rr.'dt'nl' Woodrow Wilson.,. By Ms death a SI For your 'support I pledire if elected f "
B (r VANH AONIV..!...... crctary
has paired from the ,. fearless, hon. I
commanding figure governor same
5'5'SI 5'S ALLISON FHBNCH. ... Editor
S S. !.. our national life. Born, in the-South est, capable and clean administration "
I .nm-uifTioiv IIATKS and reared in tttu North he combinedthe of State, affair' that 1 have demonstrated ", '
One Copy On Year...___-.?___...11.00 in both sections and and public life in
there is I in piivate .
Dna Copy. MIl: Montha...>___.!.- 1.00 good _ S
One Co|.,.. Three Montli____---.0 is regarded as one of the best products $ t the past S
h. of our civilization.: lie was a Respectfully yours I
(Kntered nt th. .toflc( at Klastm- .
surrounded cultured !- JOHN MAKTIN.
college president by ,, .
merFlqrldn. ai at-cond-class mattur.) ..
S ------ associates when lie was called ("Paid .AIv'rtlamefltiajyil.) .I ,I ..

All communication* e crpt, from AU' to be governor of his adopted state.and ---- .-- -- .,,'c' '1' .
5' thorlavdoi ed rc,4po,4d.ntR by Iho ...liter.ReJ muat. be .'.n. ,from here he was promoted by the "

it itt "et<-
. railed for. I lie wrote history that attracted the I H14 . .
- of his and d r'nyhis __ I
S r-f'reI":: Advert lilnc R.,....... president
t L.!!jEAMERICA. S: made history that challenged: the __ : j II

'S. S thought of the world. His life was a cz I,
; FEBRUARY 8. 1921 succession of siipcrlnUves. lie wall ,. ,.

prc iilont of the greatest republic! I. __________ dvett/yi/ I
THE 8UB-Tlwrl. during the greatest war and raised, I ":'

; ; JlIII.WIN'fEItm oquippol I and directed the greatest I "\
I "
had. Wfcen the
army our country ever II ',
'S Thi year of 1924 iifems to be a Armistice was signed he was the I I ;

wonderful year osrricultural anJ world's most popular citizen. lie was FOR SALE I I "AMendinneed -
horticultural fairs in Florida. the author of the League of Nations
; At no time in the hiatory of the II, and he urged with almost superhu- I|I -- -- FOIl SAI.K=\\arOrobe m. ,k."I'--II; i
.. the intercut been ne"_ Wonl mud I It imulii UN I It" I friend indeed"Get .
f'' tat has no. treat ', man energy that his country should not RonlB back iioith. 24 Mablj. tllr .- I is a
to show the people what we have. join with other nations in an endeav. !To the People of Florida: *...I. '
I S The climate we have all the year I or to stop all wars. lie made a speaking Conditions in the state of Florida I -- /
and it can not be captured for exhibition tour of nearly six thousand miles today are changing does youth who FOR 8VL.K) -Ford Coupe In (rood con I ---
by other state in the Union. of his has outgrown the clothes of dition. Can be avn ai-W )labhett'street. Michelin tires.
{ any bearing the torch own lofty yester'I x our prices on .
But the products of the climate and ideals to his countrymen but in the day. The thoughtful. vater .
the resources of the state must be midst of that great effort his overwrought in mind that the official who is to I f'ORI.E- Newly furnlnhtd 5.rOo9tbunKalow. '

shown in their proper season. body way and he became serve for four years must' have a receptive all modern. bulU-lii book
gave W. fe.
doiil.'e MAKINSON
'Thus in the late fall there i is" held a martyr to the cause he advocatod. capacity which can accommodate steeping rHaes and porches kitchen and cablneta double; Ira ru 0(<-. CO.Near .
rI in north Florida the State Fair at At the present time we are It elf to the changing needs! of r and work .hop. Will all for tour
Jacksonville, and many other creditable : too near the scenes of his activities business! and the developing conditions thousand cash or terma Applv CoIN I
fairs in the counties. And in to get a true perspective but as the about us. Each day's work church flproulo a\.nu.. near Cat hot *c I Depot Phone 123

I : the mid-winter and early spring', recede posterity will give should carry a character and purposeof ,_ . .
years -
- --- -- --- ------ -
south Florida come to the front with Woodrow Wilson's name a high position its own and each work should bea "'ORLF.In! St. Cloud email apMrt- --
y the South Florida Fair at Tampa and on the scroll of fame. unit that can speak for itself. Thu theft hou..... ronilntlne of 10 room* WLW7L.C1 tWWLflflLflJfl trJtWJ1JLfln

numerous county exhibits largely devoted shall be the first purpose' in my work and of 2 fruit bath, ;corn partl*.r)'lot furnlahed.; .lItrall; >pi'nSr I..-- Beautiful Yard Solendid Na ... ect.... ti;;
to showing citrus fruits and I MISSIONARY RALLYA should the people fleet me as Gov- rated. Price I3.SOO Apply to linn
Tere tables. ernnor. 17. Kt Cloud. Florida 8-S l
__ _
;, S Besides these fairs, nearly every missionary rally will be held inChrist's But the voter should reuire that the '
FOR SM..K-Six thorourhbred Khod-
; cojnty is sending exhibits to Madison church, Brack and Oak candidate have experience in public Inland lied roosters. A M rti'e.l -r.I'atrlck .
: Square Garden New York City, streets, Kissimmee, next Sunday aft affairs and that the .results! of that aired, third house w. .t ..f "AN IDEAL HOME"Vi
proving that the spirit of fairs is not ernoon at three o'clock. This will be previous work have been such' as to Limit .. -lf

on the Wane but on the increase. one of the most interesting gather merit and receive the approval of the FOR- -SALE-- - Or Kichanite A fin.- Vi Blocks from Diuinese Section
This gives us opportunity to say ings: of the convention now in pro people. Surely the man who has icrocery. doing an average bualne
that our own Sub-Tropical Midwinter gress. Miss Harris returned missionary served three terms as the executive of $100(100 per i>.crk. Will. take cash TilE PRICE WILLL SUIT YOU

Fair to be held in Orlando February from India and Miss Nellie head of the largest city of Florida or Kood unencumbered. city property.
or a pood farm lleaaon for a 'llln"
12-16 is one of the best. and Mays evangelist from the north will must have gained much exper:ence due to other bualn> *n. which demand Sam L.
most oltractivp held in the ptat All spoal. Miss Harris speaks this aft- that will fit him to ,nerve acceptablyas i.Mentioncl, .... li'ltera to ".S 15 Lupfer

our superior citrus fruits farm and Icrnoon ( Friday), at 3 o'cloik. the ( .i..f executive of the stat e." CaISLC'tte, office .

garden products our art and needle- I Arrangements have been made, fo" and the. man who has", been elected Foil s.f.Eiu mIsled or tiiifurni i ,I.hid I Ideal location 8-Room House
work productions, our manufactures. tenting a large number who w II findit three timos to serve os the chief ex ii\.-.t'loom MirtKaliin with Imth -
our cattle and hogs and the greatest convenient to take advantage: ecutiveof t the city must havn merited ,.rr'r lot TSxlMi' KnrwKe; .utul I luun-, .

fancy poultry show in Florida. the :a:00 p. m. services Sun Jay. February the approval of the pex>ple. c-. Hli.itle.., \ (jrnpi ami .Irult lawn, (in rope,*l. i>.niiK nrxlnhriililn t - .
Then too. our fair projects the 1 1)l' t I 10. Improvement mnke it possible when he was elected each I time ', 'r""H. .J. Ir..1. fixture, Mrn J It -
: possible shows of every Boct many for a large chorus choir.It by an increased majority. That is a j'tigI" t>M Main, .'r.'" < tfi loridn
interesting free acts, and absolutely It is hoped that Rev. S. I. record which should appeal/ to everyvoter FOR MALP-Firie- - - --- -,- 000 monof. their produce on the local I.:. P. Hoffman. Orinoco: first, E. F

the best races in the south seaboard: I' of South Klsl mmep. will he S'11ilh'j who !stops'" to think ppM' al the office l of The Vullexnntitle. market and still. no! oversupplythe Hoffman; second E. )F. Hoffman. Lady .

states. and speak tonight ( Friday), Condition. change: as the state develops Klunlmin-e I-II demand! for milk and its productsin I, Fingers; krst. J. A. McCarthy;

The shown' winter on our groundsand er local ministers arc cordially invited and its population grows, but : FOR-- -R\IIo-Raoll"'l --- -. ----, this stat. Why not own a milk H<
here have been nearly' a hundred: I to convention meetings: nnd ti paitiripatc. '- there are fi\e l princinlea i and pun>osCK -j I % 25 cents. eachV plant .lady H ilarrli nniceturlety cow ? Grapefruit: Clusterfirst.: S. W.

of the best race horses in America I Saturday afternoon melt whuh remain. The fixed principles Porter; second<< J. A. Barclay; third.

practicing on our track for months. ing *t :3 o'clock also Saturday nightnt of American government arc: ,SKCdNI Hnd HAND ClOOIIH. bought aolcl. Mm. George J. Clark. Box: first V

We can safely predict that this fifteenth 8 o'llo-k.! Preaching on great convention The laws must be observed, the will repaired The Caalno 44-lf M. Hill; second ii. Caitiff; third. J.

: annual fair will be equal to themes Sunday morning at of the majority is the guide to offic! WANTED.WANTKU TIGHT COUGHS S. Cadel.Orang..

any and well worth the while of eleven and Sunday night 7:30.CIVIC conduit and the pledges of the state '1''lc'' bur'l tin,III.. ..f phlifai that clog "s: Navel; first. C. II. Robinson

Florida' citizens and visitors to visit. ----- must be guarded an good men and -To l>uy. larK quantItY nt your iliruut aol HAMvihtu )uU han ; second W. C. IVrkham. Pine
Reduced rates on the railroads and DEPARTMENT MEETS women guard their honor and honesty milk H..nllMl,> I>alr>-. CIO M..I".lr..I. a ticht O'UK'I: inufcc jour 1 lirralbioc I : ;
the best roads for automobiles in the NEXT MONDAY NIGHT AT 8 J-tr.- 111,1 >uiir thioul hard to heaL C. Outlaw
third Tyson Brothers.
Idi's ;
state. j I lie 1.laI"If'" \by the quick ennjfami '
i t.S t The Ci\li(! department the KiRm J3ut the official conduct of a capa- WANTKH-7200 $ai's.-i.pI- now safe way. i'uks eunanJi's CouchSirup Valencia: first G. O. Holiiday; sec
Come all ye people and partake of bid administration) Florida it MAKi UK MONKV; selling \\ ..Iklll'* ond. J. S.
the mee Women's rlub will me-t M ,da'.' in its nationally' am>lcd I I. Till pleaanotcvuKh Cadel. King: first -W. C.
hospitality of this beautiful and seams to mo mu"t concern itself with r-.mcody relieves, soothes aol Peckham.
night nt the .
/ I Chnpter Hou e at 8 pr.MluclB 1"UIT CAN T stirring city.-Orlando Reporter- o'clock. The purpose of the mee.i-iit certain broad policies that have been )ll..ti.Ml USS lt. .aniirr<>.. ItSOOO.nnn lifuli. It IM untiwiitic., oprn the airIWBHjBn. Tangerines<< : first R. D. Libby: Me-
Star. fixl"-t beyond change by precedents Ifranrhea nil n\ .-r U )S and Cad. cum the phlrem ami pretests ond. Henry Sackhoff
will be G. C.
to third.
arrange procuring more and Rare ChANCE JUST 'NOW for <.It\. the lungs Ili'Bt, imtc t and aurextrnnnlj ;
TONIGHT IS CUPID'S palms for the lake front drive, and example: Halt. dalem. m<*ri or women full ir for colds, cuuKbm irippe bronliilia Outlaw.
BIG CABARET STUNT all members are urged to be present-' 1-0..0 roads must be built main- part time. In city! of Klnlmrn sntelsewhere. ( whooping| coufb and rruup. Ilon < Lemons: Ponderosn; first, C. H.
Mrs A. T. Morrison. C.,.a nnan mined and improved an the ino-t efficient Write.. today for our the I ; ((" "th.u.... '''Om''''' ... n"J means for development o' the { T'L.AN.practical.J It.mir Watklns MnNKY MAKIvrj from jour drUC(i8t. third. Mrs L. Nishwonger. Rough:
Co. '
: match boxes. There will be a IIIIxa-S, IMPORTANT\ MEETING' OF state the incicase .of values and of 'emphIB, Trnn. ., Uept 8-Jt 7. first R. F. B' van.

phone, quartette and the city mana. HART_ MEMORIAL ASSOCI VT1OX population.. S . lAmest Tahiti first .1. H. Ferguson '
::4 rev is expected to 2-Our constitution demands fair'
temporarily a S LOSTLORTnl".k ; second, Charles Perry. Mexican
away with all 'ordinances) relating to There 'will bs a very important apportionment! of representation In '\tie PRIZES AWARDED AT FAIR KAgricultural "11 tint, C. H. Robinson. Rtngpur:

SS the suppression of, auditory demonstrations meeting/ of the Hart Memoria' 'Association l legislature and this must' be adhe' hand bag grip about n ; Continued on l'sg. Rlsht' )
.. I thus enabling these pipe. tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon to, because: taxation without re-r- mil and a halt. from &. Cloud on
the road
; tootem to demonstrate the'r! nt 4:30 at the Chapter Hcus*. sentation in portioi of the to Klualmmen. cnntnlnlntr Peppers: Crates; first L. M. Parker
art any states mostly men's artlrlcn. of underwtar.ivorka ,
StL trictly according to Hoyle. There All members are requested to be pres i un-American and unfair. colt a r... safety razor shirts. first; second J. E. Lupfer. Half peck; Didn't Waste Money on food

will be two solo dances, and if you ent. aThp god faith of the. tate ,has and womf-nx'. hlph scout ahom. IIn"olh..r County Farm' second E. F. _
Hoffman h
n..Wltr" If third L. M. Parker.
r. tuinelIQ ;
haven't the faintest Elizabeth Done !b! >
idea who is go- nn. President. Pn /pladjrod to th< drainage of t"e Much Hrotheta Inraxi--. ,
) S9J insr to be ."them" you haven't got a Ergladen; certainlv the work shoulde t a.ORTWhlte Tomatoes ripe: Half peck; ftrat\ "Th, recent campaign against
thlnjr on the writer. Mr. Locke he of LOCAL STENOGRAPHY SCHOOL. I h continued until I he purp' sea have I-: t : a. .t"-"g.---;, brow: I W. H. Carr; second' M. E. Palmer.: waatrfulness in eating did not affect

the double barrelled cornet, will again GETS POSITIONS FOR THREE : boon R(('('''11 pll Rhed. car one In brown sot" renter" of bat. .'knnnwer ; Green : first, W. P. Tyson; second M. me much .. I haven't been able to eat
I name at Ren I.UBI E. Palmer.
2 do his stunt, which it is safe to say Three 4-To rducnt" the youth of the state on Saturday nl"hl Kultaliln reward n en anything but toaat and tea for the
will not be duplicated in any cabaret immee School more graduates of the Kis- i is i a responsibility that cannot and fur rero\er)'. Howard AndvraonFOUND Eggplants: first V. M. Hill; sec past five years. Even that 'woullcreate
5 of
in America or Cuba tonight. Then to positions'} this week.Stenography went must not bo shirked. It is essential! 1-- __ _ _ ..31 It ond.Pledgt'r.i H.. M. Johnston; third, Milton gsa and cause me distress. My
there I. scheduled hat the weight was down to
a soloist and the school system should eighty-four
.S.j 5. promise. are that she is a "soloist' and Misses Lillie Etta Hani-en.May Sub Mrs.! Hazel Bass : l lie developed nnd maintained with the _ --- i English Peas: first F. L. Van Nat- pounds and my complexion muddy.
m what Is." Hilton p-in- increase i FOUNTV ta; second M. E. Palmer. 1 had frequent
cipal of the of the population that the Ford automobile key Owner irIsh pains in the region of
It surely will be a mean trick not have been school reports that nix need" of the neonle may be Keryp-l. ran Kit It bv calling. at icettc. and. Potatoes: Rose 4; firat. CyPress -, my appendix. I am glad I did not
f.vm I to let you In on one thing beforehand. the month of sent to positions diving An ignorant child prows into n citi- paying for thin ad. Island Farms; sceon<1. County l listcji to an operation, aa Mayr'f
but the minute details January. -- -- .. ; third A. Knobel. Red Bliss Wonderful
- -
are rather hard ten incapable of serving his stat and -- - : Remedy has mad. a newwoman
w H to find. Somebody said something MARVIN his country to his fullest capacity. i S flr t. Cypress Island Farms; second, o!.jne.M It is a simple, barm-
about a table dance I GREEN. JR. DIES !f Justice G. W. Brown; third. M. E. Palmer. loss
and somebody that is not[ prompt foPs iI I preparation that remove the
else said "Huah!" In a few minutes Marvin Green, ,Jr, sninl nn nf to nerve its highest purpose and the I Sweet Potatoes: first. M. E. Palmer caUrrhalmucus from the intestinal

f they were back on the aame subject Marvin Green, whose' funeral wis processes of the courts should be ij S. ; second S. E. Sharpe; third M. tract and allays the Inflammation

and the words "unfoldment dance" held in Kiseimmec last Wednesday! speeded! up so far as it can I bo din E. Palmer. which causes practical! all stomach

filtered through the excited whispers. di."t Saturday afternoon in Pound without defeating the ends of the law j Turnips: White Globe: first PhilIp l liver and intestinal ailments lncl,"<*
v Anyhow-shucks, it'll all be out tonight Hill.) .Virginia a few hours after his be-aune of haute.ft I Becker; second E. F. Hoffman. leg .ppend t'a. One dove will rnvioce -

Nv *, whafs the use of worrving. mother had retumel from his fath- .-The primary law now in force Cowhorn; first Phillip? Becker. Yellow or loamy refunded. J. Z. Roberson. -.

If you wear glasses, and leave them er's funeral. The child was stricken has not mot the approval of the peo- l Globe; first Phillip Becker. Pnr- and druggists everywhere

home!. tonight you're "Sure Outa with "sleeping sickness" at Round nloit) should be changed so that the Wiw docs pip Top; first, Frank Prather. .
Luck!I"DItAIlIA Hiir almost at the hour on Wednesday !- will of the people cannot be defeated. 1 i Lettuce: Iceberg; first Steed Gei- : : - -

of the funeral. 7-Our thy laws. are complicatedand cream risoto ger and Farmer; Big Boston: flrat.

PLAYERS TO APPEAR Mrs. Green is reported' to he nros- our books full of errors. Our I Mrs. H. Bowers. \

AGAIN NEXT WEEK tratd and spe-lnlists from Washing property should be fairly assessed the top ? Celery: first, Steed, Geiger, an'I Kissimmee LaulTdiy
ton entertain and the taxes .... Farmer. I
:1t Continued Trr>m PasVln..' doubts as to her recov more exactly .lIe't4> has blended marked ery. So far as the law can des! w'th these Cabbage: Flat Dutch; first H. C.
.5 pathos and sen ____ I h hI hS hi llart: 20 STEWART AVENUE
j Charleston
errors it should bo y. Wakefield
94 timent with a touch of the peeVe' in made to do KO. ; first. ,
relief) 'of which a broard vien of re MRS. HELEN MILLS; DODGE R-Vot only in Floridn hut through Cypress ht Island Farms; second. Coun- I PHONE ItS

trashing humor bubbles forth like DIES' IN CALIFORM out the whole countrv our poonle are I, ty Farm. Savoy; first. County Farm.
Sk purest waters from the crystal made the victims of fake corporation Chinese; firrt John A. Thomas; sec Y. J. LING. Proprietor

It may be interesting to know spring.thsit Miss Htlen Mills Dodge who will and steck ..lIinj/. sch.mes! th"*e S ond. J. II. Boswell; third J. H. Bos :

Mr.. Triplett has appeared in this I 1 ha citizens remembered of by many of the oldc' rhoulil l I.o driven out semi! their authors well.Kohl WORK SHIRTS _____.....lOc
versatile creation more than Kissimmee' as the wife of punished an the ''aw priv'rles. Rabi: first, A Knobel. PLAIN
times. a thousand 1>1'. David A. Hodge, formerly pan or 9-The public; health houl<1 be vjgilantlv Cauliflower: first County Farm. WHITE SHIRTS 12c

; IIr.7 The leading feminine role has been of the Presbyterian church in Ki p-uarded and ample means Carrots: first J. H. Boswell. COLLARS __.__._..__ _8c "
r ; : entrusted to Miss Eleanor Rosen. I simmeo, died in Berkeley California provided for that purpose. Radishes: first E. F. Hoffman.
a the fourteenth of January. 10-But at the Watermelons REASONABI: PRICES EOK
& Bf* comparatively new member of the frundntion of a'l' : first A. Knobel;: sec .
S *. Sf student Thespians who gives much I :' government: ; is the rule that the law I ond. A. Knobel. OTHER ARTICLES"
promise in A sweet and winsome PAGEANT AT METHODIST as! written must be enfircedf the Beets: first. JL II. Boswell; second,
$7 Jf CHURCH ON law be bad the I H. Boswell.
, though difficult character. Miss Lu- NINETEENTH rctiedy ig repeal i I JJ. -a1orsiF
cue Griffin vrfll make her : rather than neelwt. because cream is fat Sweet Corn: first.
first A pageant, "The or oil, and County Farm.
Rights of a1
.S.1re f pearance with the cast as the viva. will be given at the First Child As the principle thtt shall guide therefore lighter than the rest of the Field Com: first, Steve Partin; Pop- .

i1 cious "Maid" while Mrs. Triplett will I church on Tuesday, MethodistS my practice should I b:! elected Ipla..e milk. which U largely composed of corn: first A. S. McKay. \

portray the "Mother." der the auspices of the these' on record and pledge my- water. Likewise, Beans String: first G. Y. Bast. :
Walter Griffin wilt appear at the I Society. Further Missionary self should I be elected governor to I Beans, Refugee; first M. E. Palmer.

unscrupulous "u hler, Sidney' RI. be made 'later but announcement the ladies of -*the ill: far their observance the and enforcement so Thw&Baby Cow Peas: Lady Finger; flrat. W. TO
P. TUEBuslnesslJnyersltj
Chard as the banker aa gives me do. Tyson; Whippoorwill
Auldus power to
Mat- society wlah to forecast ; tint W. P.
the date
thews; another new member<< of the this time, so that the ,at In answer to the many misrpre-: Comforts I Tyson.

playera, as the "Juvenile" and. Albert simmee may have it in people mind.of Kis sentatlons and charges that will be Glycerine Pecans, paper shelf; first, H. Flem. of
Suppositories ;
Sutton' let afloat against Infant ing :
.a..the "of fleer." me by my political I Zbae ; second A. Bailey \ < '

S This worthy"",program win long' be KISSIMMEE!: GIRL ISWEDDED enemies to I offer my life's work as testified Sweat Stearate ef! Milk Boric Castor OH I Mrs. L. Nishwonger. ; third Tamsa .I.Ifor '
by who Add t.
remembered men have
as a. most delightful dranati known me. Strawberries: first, A. E. Thomas .
RTw >S .treat. Also my endorsement by the peoplei ; , rapidly risen to the second Milton Pledger; third Ernest .
of the top because ..
I city of an business
An advertisement Jacksonville. Vockrodt. accurate train
5, in this Issue iup-. was received this week of the I Three I they are the cream of their kind.
- Si3n.1 SI I:pUea-further'detail*.- marriage on Christmas Day, at :duct: and they each have passed upon my con, and safe and 'rood for children, they Strawberry plant: "rlt, Milton rOur: enviable -reputation

S S *4S :AULTMAN SELLS Halaet City .of Mba Janette Laws*.. I time elected me'bvII.rRe't are demanded by millions of mothers. SJPt'mrf' Milton P1edcv; for
OPTION daughter of Mr. and Mra. Gordon majoritiea. Would the people accuracy creates a greater

.5 . TO. BANANA KING >> I me beat and who are inplUhed. : Five of 200 Puret..t preparations I Cassava root: first. Thomas demand for :
> W.FIur4opk. U.. graduates
. 8.*' R.'Anltman, AJsrIt tt( Os9fa( i r rMr. I position to.kftow'what I have aecom. Every Item theb.s :that aklll and Peanuts: first, David Peek ... thanVycan : .

"5 'Tuesday-sold an op and IlL Mnrdoclc will elect me.three times succes. .eoDa!lence ran ProdUC41. unWentlfld : second, fill Suitable boarding: ,to". S
tion = ke
i to C. L '
: Stokeley banana Jt'nc alvely aa I '
'of'Mt. Dora/for, half Interest, in hla tb.Ir'bora.i1i< 'o..lando/HWb-I :each time msvor that by a larger vote EggpLant bush: lint, M. E. Palmer: cured.: 'Your comfort; e1wl' l- .',
SS Is ff .ervioVVd R. ,
_ A. 'rve . well known Mr.. MurdoclcUI ncot c.- secopd C. R. J.\ttbge. f "
Island farm. The price; of aa II h t ; bf'en.weU rendere-f ''with! 'honestv MINICKI 1 Guinea far, are pa.h; t \
fl1eDd. .BI..lmm.: rp of t ) bean 1 .,, M"SI
oft : flrit.
: ti414ntaet! David S
_ r I. aalTtof,kMZS.0001 ho, >'b r ,. nappy'married life..p pu pos!.jan,"| ,with"fosrless ejr-cutVnT: t I I Hortfcaltw Peck., ..,- >. ? ,
Surely the ; )
... ,4 ....' ; < are th best I .Rww Banana plant In I COMB. .. !. -j SS
.;. i :- .,r, ( -- 4 ; ...-* peote fruit: flrat, S. B. -ss*... -
,,( r ... Aultman second "
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.. ocall Happenings Rev. Walter B. Knight, Pastor your blood and build ups I .
: with Glide's Pepttx
9r45 .
a. m-Sunday School. Car.
It will ,
son Farmer, superintendent. daises fortify you r *
for ill i against colds; it will help you put .
.. ----- ---- - ages
.. --,- .
'on flesh. Don't waft until a heavy'
,. 11:00: a. m. Sermon t A Housekeeper two room-maids
by pastor .
Eat. at Dup nt'. Cafe tf Tampa.Miss Lucy Bucktls" ,spent .)"onchay- Subject "What Is The;") Business. of cold take gets Gude'a its crip now.on Your you; druggist begin to, ,

Nathan Bryan made a trip to. Tannp. : The Church T" ..> has it; in liquid and tablet :form. '
> 6:30 p m.Senior B .Y, P. U.
.,(Monday _J_ WILSON & TOOMER. FERTILIZERS 7:30 p. m.-Popular Evening; Evangelistic Free Trial Tablet. ft-.r-cn= tWo waiters or waitresses. ,Apply
SOLD BY H..C. STANFORD. Service. Subject"The Man vain of Gad.. P pto-M.isae. w/. t Ur ,.
WILSONTOOMER. FERTILI. for _...... Trl.l '_k&IIB.('1'.1. .. S.n4 '
ZERS SOLD BYE"Ij. C. #STANFORD. L. E.. Mahan Is reported consider Whom God Cannot Save, or "Do Nations no 'O..on'7'wot nun and addi-m to \
ably imprved frm' his recent illness.: ."Like Individuals'Reap As They M. .J. .-,Itenbuh Co., SI Warn Bt, N.Y.' >. Runnymede\\'Lodge, three miles
Rev. David Lander is in Halnes. ,

City today on a Dullness' trip* 20 percent OFF on men's .suits. 7:30 p. Wednesday.. Prayer: dude'sPeptoangan. .
,SHOE & MEN'S SHOP.. meeting. .
Shaves. 15c; haircut., 35c; children I "You will like th's chyrob. A wel- east of St. Cloud, Florida.

25c; at Casino ,Barber Shop. 20-tf Born: To Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dawson come aa cordial as sunshine awaits : ,
-- .
Saturday February 2, a son. ,ou. .
MIMI Admen Leitner visited relatives Tonic and Blood Enriches

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Watch and clock'repairing; done atc Rev. S. I. Smith, Pastor -- -' cIlIcAiEJWEt
N. Fielding: Furniture Store. Principal-D. B. Shaverand Mrs.
Shaver visited. Wauchula last Satur @:45 a. m.-Sunday School. R. A. '
Postmaster Miss Rhea Pherigowas day. Bowen, superintendent. MEMORIAM)

a Tampa visitor Monday! and Tues- 11:00 a. m.-No services.
For Sale Ford I 6:80 B. Y. P. U.
: In p m.-
coupe con
______ I In sad, but' loving memory of
day.I dition. 7:30 Sermon my
Can be seen at 17 Mabbette p. m.- by the pastor.
have the agency for Singer Sewing street. XI I 7:80 p. Wednesday. Prayer dear husband, Benjamin Baird, ''who h. Eoonom BfKIN POWOEfT
Machines In Oaceola County. C. meeting departed life February 0. 1923:1)

N. Fielding. _, Miss Orpha Rose, dietician at the : C Is truly the
Orange General Hospital at. Orlando. PRESBYTERIANljCnURCHRev. Just a thought of remembranceJust
Mrs. Betty Bostwick ia doing clerirkl spent yesterday Kissimmee with: -.- a memory fond and true world's greati.t

work in the office of Sheriff her mother and brother. W. II. Dresch, D. 1>.,Pastor There in,, not a day, dear husband .0 cit
Faroer.Mm. That I do not think of .
; you. wwvA.. r
I I I Mrs. David Lander and her sister, ':45 a. m.-Sunday School. Prof., 4i17 -
Hale of Birmingham. Mrs. Allen are spending the week in D. B. Shaver, superintendent. I mother-in-law.Sadly mil" loving wife and .i : :
{a visiting: her mother Mrs. M. Orlando. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. ; :! '

C. Bandy. i I Subject: "Our Great,, Inheritance..' WOOD! WOODI! WOOD!
I New spring sample line for tailor- Special music. .

Mm. W. O. Hornbaker, 618 Broad- made suits, $25. All one price, all 3:00 p. m.-Junior Christian En- 1 am still prepared to furnish mt
way. has time for four more vocal wool. SHOE ft MEN'S SIIOP. deavor. .uitomers with 120 veneer bloc.. It'

,pupUa Voice properly placed. .;, .SO j.. m.-Senior Christian' En 15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch "
Mr. G. T. Itecf Mrs W. deavor. ( i block, 295. Split for I stove-wood, pt'odlueed
Qe... ears and John Graham areng C. Norton last Saturday in the Norton 7SO p. m.-Evening Service. Sermon guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for t I
the day in KUsimmee. having home in Wauchula. by the pastor. Subject: "As $3.35; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your Pure a
driven down from Gainesville.Uri. .. I i', God Sees Us." Special music. winter's supply now. All! delivered. :
Joe Harvey and family who have
Foods '
730 p. Wednesday. Prayer I Phone 91. J. Bonin. 48-tf
Taw's man frVnds Deeply regret been ,
living at Florence S. C., for several and Bible service. r
her' continued Illness and extend
where Mr. recently
)yean Harvey
7:30 m.-Friday. Choir
p. prac Better
to her sincere sympathy. sold his barber shop arrived Monday

Saturday and Monday is your last and are staying at the Harvey tice.Visitors will find a cordial welcometo Bakl.-
home at Hilliard's Island. Joe
says a home-like church.
rhance at McCAULEY'S SELLINGOUT he Is bk In Florida for the remainder -.
- of his life. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sales -for over

Tl'rl. W. II. Dawson l of Jicksonvil'e. -- 2 Jstimn one third
I Dr. T. II. Lander and of Rev John .
family K. riiillip, 1) 1> asmuch
arrived Sunday vlwit her son and Avon Park spent the week-end' inKissimmee -- VIOLINIST I 1 I I oS a con* r1
family W. E. ,_ viBJtine the parents of Dr. 7:30 n. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer asthat 6p

WILSON & -TKMBK-'- FERTILI I.wnHer Rev and Mr. David: L.n1t'r. Meeting in Runcralow. ofany tnry

SERS: SOLO BV II. C. STANFORD.Mis Dr. Lander hall recently void Kin drug 9:4fi a. in.-Sunday School. J. L.Ovemtrcct Will open violin ) other .
.-.--- business at Avon Park and is at superintendent. *- wTaTm!
J brand
:Matlle Bandy returned last present looking for a new location. 11:00 a. m.-Special service for class lit Kissimmee 1S
'" ,.pl k from Atlanta where she went ---,- Boy and Girl Scautn. Subject: "Good
en business connected with her mil- Mrs. Frtpp has a* (guests come old Scouts" The High School especially -
1 n ,store. time friends. Mr. and :Mrs. R.T. Nash invited. Special music. e
and non. Bruce, of Chicaeo. Mr. ani 7:30 p. m.-Sermon bv the pastor. Monday, February 11
(Classical and ballet dancing >:la.s Mrs. NaAh are very active in music Subject: "The Face of Jesus. BROADWAY GARAGE t
t...rv Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and church work in Mm. Fripp's for. 7:30 p. Wednesday. Mid-week'
M Jawnese Garden. Phone 262. Mrs mer home in Chicago. They will prayer rervice. "How Ideals Are Parties interested B.' M. C. LAWRENCE. I' *.rte...
ilu...,ell J. Crum, teacher. upend month in Ruskin Florida.PRESBYTERIANS Realized." Make the attendance 100.
--- I Don't forget the Sunday School Mrs. GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS. GAS, OILS AND ACCESSORIES. }
Mt. Lola Lawler is the hoar, truest phone or see
of Mrs. J. W. Tucker. MM. Tucker -"The Booster's Club." Come out

and Miss. Lawler- spent Thursday in i I ENDEAVOR WEEKIn and be a booster. Throw away your Bullock. 501 BROADWAY PRONE Zit i
lakeland. :hammer and get a horn. f''
observance cf .the forty-third anniversary e a tt
SELLING OUT SALE i It sure of the Christian Endeavor FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH M

trinirinir. the crowd. to McCAULEY'S movement the Kls..imm.'p Presbyterian .,
DRY I GOODS. Blrrest bargains of- have held special program this Rev. W. QV. Hornbaker, B. D., Pastor r{'
ffrpH! in years. COME. week.'
-I I 10:00 Bible School. C. E.
a. m.-
Last Friday night in their church
Mr*. John Erickson. of Deljind Yowell superintendent. School graded. -
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. school rooms 'a very pretty banquet Good instructors. Hearty welcome tf
dinner was/ g'ven. The rooms weitoI
1'. Gilbert. j I II II I tastily decorated In colon reel an-i extended you. V. & Co.
I 1 white. The table beautiful In all 11:00 a. m.- Morning worship. Lyles Story :
her for was ,
Mrs J. E. I.upfer has with Its appointments and 0"It for Sermon by the minister. Subject: 8
the winter season her (chtrmin slater forty-three .laid. covers "The Spirit of Christ." The choir j jwitl

Mrs. Massey of Msrshallville, 'sing; an anthem from Mendelvsctin !" -
The cards whit cardboard
menu were :
Georgia. : "The Lord is Mindful of IIi.
circle-fed with red rlbN
iOn "
> Own.; with' a bass solo by Mr. J. II.
Miss Bandy hat just returned from ths first leaf'or cover was printedIn Stump.' \

millinery market and the most at. re.i, "C. E. Alumni Dinner, February 0 :t0 m.Christian Endeavor. '
tractive, styles both in sport and ri.aa/ I, 1924," and the guests' rame. 7:30: p.m.-Preaching service. Sub
hiss liP(' corning In a very few days. On the next section was printed -thefollowIn. ject: "Joseph."p. Violin solo by Miss td
limp in land see them. *' menu: Rula -- Pot"toon. Cottage rhecM Rolls Coffee Mae Wirm. I
M. C. Aulrev who has been ser Ic' Cream. Cike. "
Bible Stu- J"
Wednesday." :
ionnty ill for the past six "weeks wa* On section three this program ofh.aat" : p. :
I dy. Choir rehearsal' at 8 o'clock. ,
Me to get down to his. Ford sgencv. : Junior
Saturday and for a while each day C. E.-A.+ I Have Soen It-:Mrs. 4:00: p. m.-ThurRrlay.' I
Edith MIler
Christian' Endeavor. Miss ,
fince then. David lance l ".
C. E. As It Is Allen Long- superintendent I'
The friends of G. B. Lawson and 7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir rehear- '
ssl.! All members of the congregationwho SHOE SALE:,
family are invited -to attend his fu- acre.What ('. E. Can Do for the ChurchD. H
neral services' at Rose Hill cemetery, .-. lr-sch. Ring urged to be present.
Visitors invited to all services.
tomorrow 10:30 o'clock.morning (Saturday) at -Why Miss Elizabeth We Want Alumni Council Church study telephone, No. 269.

Kventimlly.' Why Not Now?-Miss CHURCH
$1.75 for boys' shoes, 3 to 5 size: Pearl 1Iollowa .. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL
$1.98 for ladies' high quarter; $8 Interspersed were' vocal solos by Rev. Albert New M. A., Rector '
grade $2.48 to $4.98<< Florshelm and
Mrs. Preach and Mrs. Alice
Itoujrlas shoes. McCauley'a Sellin. Also some Christian Endeavor yells 10:00 a. m.-Church School, in the Saturday and Monday
Out Sale. find founts cleverly' "pulled 0"" by Pariah Houae.
E. and C.
the spirited boys
/ Sir*. Ada M. Perry, o:.>>iston who "Christian Healing" Mission conducted ,
la wintering in Kliai.... with her rharminir The whole and affair Inspiring was delightfully as are all by Mr. J. W. Lethaby, field secretary I February 9th and llth ..I.IJ

nephew A. W. Bailey, and family, youthful consecrated workers' of the Society of the Nazarene.
pro- I
and "Miss Virginia Smith, left yester- The Sunday night programwas 7:30 p. m.-."Healing Service." : t
daY"t dr a week'a trip to Cuba. grams.a continuous number of theweek's "Healing Services" every day at u
10:00 a. m. and 7:30 'p. m.

M"i Magnolia numbered Park and lots sellinr are-all prices platted$60. (Friday activity) ,with which a pageant will close at the tonight our Everybody services. cordially invited. to all I We are going .to put on sale 100 pairs of Q'O' QQwomen's .

$76, $100 $125: Term. $10 down andS ,Presbyterian church and next Sund.ynlcrht 4) 7 J
$ per month. No interest no tax. See the two societies of Kissimmee CHR1ST8 CIIURCII low at -
Boyer and Tatum. Rooms 1 ant) 2 overState will have a union program at the :
Bank building. tf Christian church. (Pentecostal) for the first pair and ONE CENT for the second pair. :
The Endeavorers are 'justly proudof Brack Street, at Oak

KUsimrnee Epworth Leaguers at. the organization founded February No shoes to be exchanged or taken back in this Shoe. '
tended a sectional meeting in Orlando 2 1881 by Francis E. Clark in his Rev. R. D. Walker, .

last Friday night. They brought church in Portland, Maine, and which 9:45 a. hi.-Sunday School classes Sale. .
back with them a banner indicative of has grown Into a world-wide movement for all ages. Bring the family. Wm. ,
excellence In the work of the Kissim- with over SO.OOO societies, embracing Milar superintendent. -
forty denomination, and -
over '
IM '
league. 11:00 Divine Worship. Ser
a. m.-
with a membership of many mi'llpns.In mon by Rev. R. i). Walker. Here is chance to two of shoes at low :
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILI- all this Florida has a J"+t 7:00 m.-Young People's Meet. your get a
7.F.RI); SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD. considerable state pride. This year p.

W. W. Marple-, of Chicago- brother Florida convention.will hold Its thirty-sixth annual ing.7:30 Interesting p. m.-Divine subject Worship. Inspirational price. If you don't want but one pair get your friend I

"Tuesday f E. P. ,Marple to spend, arrived the in winter.Kissimmee Mr. the! Florida banner has state been of for the, many southern years Sermon Singing by Rev.Praise R. and D. Walk-Testimony. to attend this sale with you. If you both find a pair, : ;, r

M rple ia manager of the Industrial states division in Endeavor work and er. Bible Study. divide the cost and will be making good :
Relations Department, of the Beatrice leads all the states this year In coming 7:30 p. m.--Tuead.f Pentecostal: Bible you can a .
Creamery .Company. with Its pledges. Sermon by pastor
v y. up trade.
Its leaders, there Teaching. -
WILSON TOOMER FERTILIZERS Among William 7:30 p. m.-Thursday: Weekly H \'
In the state, as residents, -
are Bible Teschin .
SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD. Jennings Bryan, Roger W. Bab- Prayer and Healing. -
Women' Bible -
,yU oyd '"1.. Harvey- foreman of the son, Marcus C. Fagg, and Karl Lehman atudy.m.-Jo'rid.ys All invited. : Send in prayer -
t frA'hanical department of the Live An interestlnr quotation from er
.yak D.mocrat..and.a former employee Roger W. Babson the itatiitlcian is requests.Communion service tiNt Sunday.

of-The Gatette la visiting relatives this: offering
each month. Foreign Missionary
to- "All that I am and all that I have, Lyles v
in Kissimmee each
taken second Sunday .Story
''da7- I owe -to a little Christian Endeavor aervice. 1.COI1J.PJmY + 4 4a
month at evening
A society In Gloucester, Mass, of whichI Intlt'.U the
Christ says: "Go ye
Jackson'a,. Woodyard. .Phone. is 4. was once a member. I owe more to world and preach, the Gospel to every
to collegeor
** 4. thla,society thn I do any
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creature.; Mark 16: : _
any banking institution or any .nd Missionary'Convention1 : . .' ,
;|<% Mr and Mrs.' George palsy andX. business, organisation'with, whicK'.I ( Remember ipeciar Bible February -L .''

C. naliy.were:? called to their.borne at sieve.,bean t tjonpected." .. 'CJ.F< dates, Sunday ,\ DRY GOODS--SHQES--NOTIONS' , :.
Wichita Kansas, this week by a tale. Thursday. to.February, JO, by y .. .. '. Y., t.:;,".. #.,I ..H a
.If the poultry-men florida'preduced. ID 111a1ve.4 .Mf. lODan'I "" .... \ "
.rram.etapdk th*t the home of George t' '? "' Dal.7";had"been ,I badly damaged 1 bi '80,000.000'more of erara./andpoultry :iwtarne4-.worlcers.7and...ministers. >{MissionaryRallySunday $messages by ,KISSIMMEE. -" :'..;" ,,,J. .-. '.. 4; :i '. .- .11-\.ORm\.. .:,. ;
i several .
would H
just .
"fire! : ',ThetD.laysare( Kls.imma'and) regular their-winter hosts about up)meataJtbeyT with the demand fo# -such .ftemc) n.!: o'clock.t L Special . ", etc' ..1 It'" Tl7tT" :.. n', -f ._ 'i,. 'J -. .m .') .........:t... ."" ;i:;: .v"..,

? bt't1.ed.* regret 'very ; much',the products In 'this state. 'Room_for the?speakers.. music.: pra!*.. ...nd ,teftlm I $

;*rt X% re,toreedto leave BO early: T\ chicken. business.In/ lorJda:, ny 'Everybody]}, Invited- *,, f/V* w.r ::..
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: :" Editor A............ PArk Doujrh'ten "'LAMER LITERARY SOCIETY a single person wait until your time J
f ___._Eleanor Rosen comes to 'be 'a Senior end then find
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Assistant Editor The Lanler'' Literary;: : Society met In out., -' : J
,;r& .;; ; Senior Class ?.,._____...Theta Ovcrstree Phay the and auditorium had a very last interesting Friday afternoon meeting.. FRESHMEN THE UNIVERSAL CAR" -. '1",

Junior Class _____Ellariore
J; and Stevenson
i Fields Riley
tx \ Sophomore Class.Jeanette: Griffin: Studied, and roll 'call was answered The boys of the class of '27 are A"-
. 1 i Freaman Class___Ceo. Lee Singeltary : with from then The termined to make their graduating .1
t i Music Department.__.--Ethel Owen : quotations carried poets.out by class the largest that 0, H. S. hat A Tremendo'U.
i : Athletics ______ __....Mary KriUKISSIMMEE. the following society program: was ever had. We now have 25 boys i Forecasting '

I I Life of Eugene Fields_______... our class and hope 'to get others. Demand I
<, GIRLS DKFKAT ?_______________Arvilla FanslerOur Come on boys let the good w>rk go Spring .
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1 EUSTIS GIRLS: SCORE 10-2 Opinion! --L 1 -
__________Ellanore Ovcrntreet .
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I Uttle __________Mae W We all love our O.. 11. S. and we
"All right girls, come on, wake up Boy nn want to keep it's standards. hVh. Ir I. :
watch signals, and show ria no..Solo. __u__ ____ _Eunice; Rivers 739,626
now, each of has his ,
( your this work one us part ,
the old ," said Captain McLeanto Life of: Rilcy_--______Geneva Miller to In athletics must be fair
, her plucky. little band of basket-- Poem by Rlley! ____Cirroll Makinson i and flay. we
em. as they entered the game. These Piano Solo__________Raymond Tyner of being Let us not gain the In reputation the more Ford cars and trucks were produced
Life of Stevenson__ L.ena Harvey poor than the previousyear
: word. .seemed to wake the girls up.t -- class I'Om. let us be true to our- last year
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Selections from Stevenson _
for they played some gome. AI.I an Increase of over 50 per cent.
selves. lo this ,
We not by trying
____ ______ can
I Kissimmee made several. fouls _.._ __ Irene Spence
though with might and main to see the otherfellow's
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t Eustis did not take advantage of ''
NOTES paper. And last but not I
r them for she did not make one free JUNIOR-- 't'llt: let us endeavor to deserve sucw In-spite of this tremendous increase in production, it was ,

\ shot., Edith McLeah the jumping Please do not lose hope for "Clar- '\ remark as this: "The students of impossible to meet delivery requirements during the prinf ,
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she jumped and knocked the ball to working \steadily on this play so ether: credentials, high moral stand, '
j I-I and Trucks could not be filled.
the forwards. Elizabeth Moseley and
look out for it almost any day. It's ards. Their thoughts are pure and
t Mary Kritz the forwards, made the going to be great. Do not miss it) clear; their deeds, words and actions for immediate delivery hae been .i'
ai, aeol?. Then Katherine Mosel.y, the unquestionable." .... This year winter buying I
!II t running center showed how ah. could Lucile (.slowly repeating some more active than ever before-and in addition 200,000) .

run and catch a ball. Last but not lines from "The Chambered Nau ilu." Some New Information About orders have already been booked through the Ford WM Y- f, ....

\ least Mary Sanderson and Vivian by Holmes)-with a dome more vast, Literature Purchase Plan for spring delivery. .' ,
Floyd two sturdy guards who kept Till thou at length art free. Leaving -. ',';' I
'. '" Eustis from making but one basket. thine eutjrrowH\ shell by life> untiring The most cheerful author Samuel These fact clearly indicate that the demand during this

JCissimmee expects to play on her sea!" Smiles. spring and summer will be far greater than ever, and thai .
home court either Friday or Saturday Sally (with the superior air of a with Ford Dealer
The Doi!' :' so If want to know how learned ,,
you dignified Senior)- Oh. I that tallest Ford
,' they win lAst author-Longfellow. a means of protection against delay in securing your I
so many games, come out year. That's from "The Clamn. .
The most ( author Hawhome.
Jncf see them play flowery II or Truck or Fordaon Tractor.
KISSIMMEE BOYS LOSE GAME Seniors have a new member ID I I'll- fc.0Ust: author-Pope.

AT EUSTIS: SCORE 32-13 heir, 12'.i, rnA Jis1t class, O,,: McTTRnU The most amusing author Thomas ;

\ who is et TT.ibr but who is I Tickell.
taking 12th English. Welcome to'' The happiest author-Gay. ,
Although the K! !*linmee bOY lost our claM, Cora. W. hope you will The most fiery\ author-Burns Detroit, Michigan ),
1, -1 ; the ,game in Eufttis 'last Friday night, I 1 enjoy your English class as much as.. Tb most talkative authorChatterton. .: ;

.. they put up a hard fight. Kissimmee we Seniors do for everyone of u< has .
did not begin to make any scores until agreed j that our English class is the The most distressed! author-Ak n- A ...11 deporft down. m-ith ,.., pima .!
e the last half, and then they show- most enjoyable class we have. I slde. .; iht balance"" .r..prt. or your nn,11_ umJw.
ed Eustis how they could pay! Even 1 The thirstiest author-Drin1water.: the Ford Weekly Purchne Plan will put year

i though the boys lost they arc not discouratred The Seniors' are worried!! No, it - order on the pretend I... lot iprlnc o>Uv.rr.

for they still have hopes of in't IOS'-OT this timo-it is rings' MUSIC NOTES '
I I winning games. We have o"deedd our class rimr and \
-- -- -- received word that they were !slipped' See the Nearest Authorized ;J
DEBATIM; ; SOCIETY It his been raid: that music has a'
January 23, b'lt no wed 1 about!: rings I
-- rrrent influence! in the cf Ford Dealer
i |I has been receive I since. ]Do you> development -
Friday afternoon, Februry 1 I. the '''blame us Seniors! for bcin-ir w rr'eil ? the minds especially those of si-liool l-i
W. I pupils. Ths) was clearly proved f b
Henry Grady Debating Pociefvmet !t We nr.' very anxious to we r air
in the ninth grade room for its rinpK for eve rtmeinl the;'t when w- : the exemption list of Osceola lug
regular ,business meeting. The following were in the granrnnr grde9! wtr School this year for sixty-six and ,
l' t officers were elected to hold would t fficc the ; I were made by pupil of the music de- j
during, next semester! : -it the Senor'" rings! and we' do njt ---- ----- - --- - ----
Leo Kendricks president! ; Lambert w bah to l'prlve any vo'injror/ class- I Ipartmc-nt. Smre, may think thAt mu iH'C
Campbell vi'r. president; Park mate of that fame feeling. : takes time away from the lessons, j Neid's' Healing Baths
Doufthten, secretary end treasurer; Another important matter that the but the training! which music gees '
Daniel Minx sergeant-at-arms!; Ath- !Senior": arc n, w d cussing i is Vout ; ti: the mind makes up for the amount j FOR SALE
fi t ells Griffin, critic.A our invitations. There is a doubt in of time which would be spent on the I recommended for rheumat'sm
report of Henry W. life: the Seniors whether ( studios.! This same thing has been
Grady's the minds of L.S to eczema, and all kinds of skin
was then made by George Lee Sing-l.tary. l. they should order any invitations, :, successfully proved in colleges 'and ;i disoast's. Also for stomach My home at corner Hughey and South Vernon
After this Athalia * * universities.Miss .
Griffin the because they might not but
I trouble- For baths and mineral Streets. Two story house thoroughly modern
newly elected critic expressed a wish then we never think any further. Of ,
% that she might always have good course we want to order our invitations WyckofT getting mad with water for drinking purposes.
criticisms to give durh.g this new -and if anyone thinks that it{I the Caesar"class) have 'a good leave order at 614 Patrick St.. price reasonable and terms to suit purchaser. A
J semester; that each member would do is fun to think of the exact numberhe !I mind not to assign the lesson and
f kiss best to deserve a good criticism.: or she wants, without leaving out 1 make you bring it up any way. or phone 208. real home at a real bargain. 1fJ

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0 Overlthe 'I Commencing; on next, Sunday Feb. ,
Postofflce 4 W ruarv 10, a mission of "ChKs'iar I
4 '
OFFICE HOURS: 0 OKFICKS Healing" will be held in St.' John's wmofirsAfter .
t 4 9:00: to 12:30: 1:30 to 6:00: 0ti 1 Winter Park. Florid Episcopal: church. J. W. Lethaby. ----- -. --
: 4 Residence Phone
i 174- 4 .
field of
secretary the Society of \
\ .4 -Office Phone 168 0 N. ,will! conduct Every Meal ," ',,
, 44000040000000004000 111' :iarere, these special\ \ ,,'k, ,I"" " ,
: ' services; cn,Sunday. at' 11 a; TO., and
....0 U'OOHGOOO ooooot ..,. KISSIMMEE'PLUMBING J 7:30 n.' m..and weekdays 10 a.- m. Wa the longest-lasUng

snop and 7:30 p. m. confection can buy
t L I MILTON PLEDGER |, Mr.any Lethaby written will be questions pleased on to answer this- -and its a help to digestion -

Il ATTORNEY: AT LAW 0 Nothing Too Big i)r feature of church work. and a cleanser ,

4 State Bank 4 Ii Everybody is cordially invited to A.. for the mouth I
'' Nothing Too Small .. .
: KIRSIMMER Fi.oiiIDA <. ntt'-nd these meetings and join in and teeth. I .
i united faith and
I prayer.
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f -- -." All Work Guaranteed: MOTHERS' CLUB NOTES be.eflt a\s> wen II Jhe greatest .

0p440004000040040040. *'i i .
i I To Be Satisfactory. I breakfast ever
{ <; I Mrs. J. E. Lupfer Mrs. Best and I < ;
heir committee on relief work, have
> Attorneys and Counselors at I Law
Kissimmee, Florida <, I ,, to lend assistance. There are several
r General Practice in all State and <, I ways in which to apply our religious stack golden
4 United States Courts. <, t I'I'""a'' o'hprwj"ethan a. a thermos bot- i I .
I* 40400044444404444441l ,I tie with which to keep ourselves warm I brown pancakes .
l if -I CITY (Something for others crivefca fervent s I
glow on. a dreary day-to us and others. made withOLD
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fr PAT JOHNSTON (m. P. OAIIHRTT Anv one having clothing:, shoes and
Johnston & Garrett : HEATJARKETFresh bedding to spare may take them to tv ... .9'l
a ATTORNRY AT-LAW Mrs. J. E. Lupfer who knows where a l
J -on I ER. i. they are needed.

*4 10, 11 and Building 12. Osceola Bank .i.; I Meat and President Mothers' Club. HOMESTEAD

4 KI8SIMMBB. FLORID I' Applications of bordeaux (sometimes -
0000000004404040000(} VegetablesPhone with oil) on the citrus tree PANCAKE 9
in winter and very early spring mean .1 FLOUR.
y .OOO.OOOOO.OO.OOOOO.oOOO"* I money in the bank for the grower. Just add
44 Af.r And cook

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Over Bank of Osceola County I SANITARYDAmYCO'S: I
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA (. Made Teething x -+
> oa'oooo'o'oo"o'"O'.OO' MILK &ICE CREAM

4. 0 > ... -. Easy for Baby Biggest Thing In Central South Florida

:: : This Year

.*, 4 ATTORNEY: AT LAW .. : : :
> Of noes: Tothln li an ordeal that all bee THE SUB-TROPICAL MID-WINTER
; > Bank of Osceola County Building: t bias must co through with. With FAIR
!j., Civil l Ch..rr7 l CrtMlBsl most It Is painful and . cause ofrrettulne kiln w
Hrwllr* .. crying and feverUh -1
> KiKsiMMKK: : FLoninA. 12131415161924ALL
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\, Many babies uffr needles. pain
c.; i at thl time for Teethlna will reduce ATTENTION ROADS LEAD TO ORLANDO -

(' I "' 6" o 0 .t**.0 0 0 .0 0.00 O. 0-. Inflammation of the cum, allays For Fifteen Consecutive Years
) + / fererleh condition. Booth*. the WHEN YOU WANTr FATHERS It flu Been Growing-It Has
7) ; }1, '. LUCILE JOHNSON '1 nerve and make teething Ie.. painful Cost Mone.-Tlme-and Prodigious Effort To Build the Most ,Ar.
Mr*. Mattle Put man of,1."J'11I"- CRACKED ICE: tlstic Exposition In the
j State.
It is
I' 4 PEACE' <= top;rAl.. .. writes: f. .V 1 ,. Dot a mushroom growth but
Tecthtaa l. medicine forbaklt actually requires the constant labor of the whole
1 a grad ( 1 year to brine It to
i5 ". .\ ':PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER' <1 *. .ape&ani at teethlnc time. 1 .1:1\: fr w* *; .: .. Sanitary Dairy milk is perfection. You have
*\ig) 1\1\I CLAIMS HANDLED -, .ur folk. your part in it.
,- i *'('+STATE BANK BUILDING v 4/O inn to ,.11.r them,and -they had no ''t. <.. .! .< 11.11.11 II II. .. . 0'(to troable cutting their teeth.-' purpose iwe4f d vis.' thi) uae',
V r.. ::4:l jn ;?i:1tL1 u 0: .. : ; : 60'<: ;;(;. b without-Teethln w.l trouble the also G...cad relieve of quiet opiates atOlllAOll tn or* nerves other and clear fee,: It'UtioCbnV"'%*'" ot crystal clear' ; ( will Your like wife it and and It children Will be Hem Johnnie Demonstration J. Jones'.Health.Show han stock m, Poultry part and, Art a,Mr Needlecraft part. eta

; .Jj I 1J i \ narcotic drugs.I but pure and tasteless-_wholesome:la j food for you.r The races an the, beat ha the Booth Atlantic: States. Sixty-ilvs
M. TILLER, Teetblna 1* sold by':all 'ar rtt. t tF ." .
horses now
very-respect. W., make datlr[ d'iV; iY" practicing OD .the track.; ;Many unique noveltlw.
1 or tend I" tee the Moffett Soa Real Estate : ] ,
ro : ; Agency tones, Columbus. Ow for a paekaoe I'
1 ANaacsalaDAsaaa :
2 and free eri.gePlan., r ''wlth' till ( COME YOURSELF.> "BIWJG YOUR''FAMJj' * '
J a .booklet about babla? xl ; ; y : .:
1 ,: t Flaz.uQ-AND: ACCIDENT 4e I ., T 1ltU'iac.c./1; 'Hd : SPECIAL INVITATION'. COUNTYtLINTYfF \ _::
,\ ..jNDEMNITTB01'Dff' 4/ GreeD. THE NEW ICE C9Ph !::':' ? JL ;1Pre.'
J" .J wintar.nMaBs.lifa '\ ", O'NEAL ..,. JXB.) GIRLS : ;:

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O ATTTNnS LAW ENFOEC1 BH31HONM TENT tUt..t.... . . ::!.!.!.!...!.! !!!! !..: :: :.::::: :: ::MNkNN' . .; .. .".." ...U. .J.J. ......I. .I u. .-00.... J..'.....VMY. ., . ...... . .. . . ...... . .. . . ... .'... . .. ..... .. ' I

.. MMy6MV Y MVyvA
Ltlnucd 'J' )
from Fare . ,
I. the \18th Amendment to -- : .';
; itution of the United State,
,e the manufacture and nle
kolle liquors: and despite its
olations, ,and knowing that no -
vents entirely, it' is proving ...
if the greatest boons tot '. .. '
i B B e ( .
B is e "
Amendment -
and the 18th see .. ,j . 4: rrm
' H with the fondest expectations '''' qt'i-,, 7' F' r i 'ua. ;.y,.i
\! ; r s 4 { yx
. advocates. ..;..., . ,. .- ; : li oi ., .
lOSt ardent ( rF' .=: !t'I 1 : a t /;
health, happiness and .I '.I :. : = ( i-- .'
lg'added; : rs ? ::7i, ;
,ty to ''the. lives of tens of ... a { '.''1 .:':.. Ir\\: i'i ?! :i'7' i:7: ad

..., julatlon ds; it has of aubstructed inebriate! domes from, ,;. v 7k / it.I :-.. "' d

i for the Insane and feeble I J'Y..: ..;.J-l .I Y : .

jails and penitentiaries; it --:'. .... i, ,......, r. '
tiplicd the happiness and com. \ : .. : \ ,.
countless homes the efflcien- -- .
'orkmen: It has declared for .
icn dividends of Joy for little h
who, before the adoption of J:1t.4gj: : I.
.h Amendment never had a ,
"I I'- '2757;}
t our city needs, what every
ity needs is a Public Con- ,
thnt vtolitor!
FO keen every
prohibition law, of any law, L1MYJttt1C' J.
| dealt with: summarily and "
II pub'ic conscience'yo'IlS "
nrrrtlnft: society the Amer. ,
mC'! and to the wails of witherI'ij'wn i :: ,1 t 1"
I amount to no mOl than is r u t f r 1 i .
i-r upon! which they are writ- I

Hi;, opinion f in the, pTeatelt lawr : a J'
| wo have, and without: ita aid, i
Id Amendment in any comCiity .. /
la n? more than u scrapr : I
.md i Is. null and Void. t ,
? Bile '.pinion. in moro' powerful! I
jiy monarch who ever wielded, .
Jove- wielj a scepter; and pub. 1. ,
liion, in our community, in fvmnii'tiiiy .' I 1
, should make itself! so 1I I .
..j it will be popular for any
/ 'i1er law to rigidly enforce
k"ot the land In expiring and
fig to trial any man who en. -
im: the illicit liquor traffic.
In i the backing. with the supLublir '
opinion Iff"" the law en- .
of the land, I believe they d'.- .
their duties. on the whole S ,.
kispatrh and with faithfulness. I :
| opinion determines verdicts T
evidence is submitted; and be- .
of .
awyers plead the Innoceney .
ilients; Public: opinion had said

[lecret-d the hriat king in Pilot's deadly should travesty that hall hemlock be Socrates;crucified of Public Justice before: opinion should before was bland I, One of ilie Greatest Joys of ] "

sentence of condemnation;

\ ddr opinion"
hat body declare a state of b ,- i a Trip to

Icy between the United Slat s j i _
lei-many and her allies; Publicn i
[ had thundered out "Millions
fensc. but not one penny for
'." anti l "No taxation without
t'ntnt'un," long before the first tl Coral Gables

( came In-twcpn the colonies and I.
,ether! (country England; Iubn -
:<<<\ i haM already" derided that
ml...'. nlmo3tlmpassab, streets! J'I .

I"AI).'::1,1.nT'tl 1. that though we not shall a brick have our has ::1 I' to see Coral Gables and to in homes and parks and broad boulevards are

11 j liuiliiing, program shortly on I Ila I convinced that there has to be found here almost every day. The

> I'ublic. : opin.on made it eisy j attained the desire to in- visitor of a year ago is amazed by the won ,
R'ui to his j
t bo'.ray sovereign i' gUST into beautiful resi derful things which have been achieved since .
[or. J'ldiu Iicar'ot: to sell)) the jH a .
Glory;! fur thirty pieces of I suburb all of the beau- that time. '

In' no, the crying neoj of theM of Miami will well repay Beautiful-but never extravagant Distinctive ;

; fir.. nun and women to think you for the time such a visit requires. -but never priced beyond the purse of -
I, to vote right and to live right realized the of r,
Iprii i, Lho pulpit the..pew the For at Coral Gables are actually man or woman average' means. Heap- ,.

Jh, whose mll1'lon it Is to change : '' f'VI ; more of the superiorities which better folks ing, overflowing measure of value is what.i.,i. ).' ." i.1.: ,: .'1'{ ,; ; ;
Is hearts; and may I also takeoccasion ,: , than buyer receives and when a''real'estate\ : " : ,
surroundings may
1 %" demand in home you ; tevery, :< : v\\; ,\ :: .
to thank our
publicly: ,,' ."... "Investor gets that in Miami he is certain '" _,
I boys, directed by our own Mr. '. ;} ti hope to findelsewhere., :, ;."' ". rof, Ilr .
licit, for that admirable frlay.: :J New beauty' in architecture,"in landscaping, : .having.a most profitable investment.' .':;;. .'\. ;,
\ Nights in a narroom. Its leawax .
unmistakable, inescapable .
I the play was productive of last- : If.I

I and fubstantial jrood. All these I Come to' Coral Gables today u our guest aboard the. de bare Pullman bus .
igencica: and moulders of public i )
ion.iammt'tl. I that. runs from this. city It. is undoubtedly the greatest. free sightseeing

an invincible phalanx and come .
\\tt rescue of our duly constituted i Make your reiervntioo at the local I office and avoid disappointment,
eno erl.
horgh our laws are beneficent,
are null)) and void and are nope
than a scrap of paper where
lir pinion U quiescent, se'f-
ptarcnt, and unwilling to play the ;
of J loll per cent Americans.My '
prayer is that we shall ever z
law not-abiyg.
will attach to the person of .
man or woman, who tramples" un-
foot our laws the badge cf d /laity -
the insignia of nn-Amerlcan-
and be BO \
may bootleggers
del! that they will never have the : America: Finest
''rontcry, the hypocrley: of removing, Suburb
m their un-American heads, theirTing :
;\ when the soft .and majesticof ,
the Star Spangled. Banner : .
upon the breeze. ,
for, for the consideration of a << GEORGE E. MERRICK ,"
paltry dollars the same coin : Owner and Developer .J I;;
at Judts clinched in his flats, and, .
10, .\ DAMMERS & BURNES General Sales Agents
because of self-respectability __. r
"t off and hanged himself bootleer : .
are dallying with the souls
men iind boys, when they start up- : Executive Offices: 158 East Flagler St., Miami.
., the and \
highway of
''n. and villiany and criminalitv. Florida Offices: Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando (

"'its Ir> young large possibilities upon the ,threshold'Aspirations of :t Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Lakeland, DeLand, Eustis . f :

'ted hence, abandon hope'! f
"roe mothers, the fathers the f Kissimmee Office : Park Hotel, C. L. Bennett, District Manager .. /f:,
ath" are their accusers, together I
t.h their own conscience where they I I'. ,
"e one. They all amy, Thou nrt I I ''
man.! nv their fiendish traffic, r '.

say loudly 'To hell wIth the I -' ,. ,
Amendment; to the winds with : - p '
('on.titution of the United States.u I : .
> it ig but a scrap of paper, I do : J 1 to

propose" to resnect the flair the f!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1!!!!! ?d0 ee fi }OCh44 GP.ra6t o4o.4t oo 4c aaofoa tvc-Ya 4: t t vn ? : t. : t t..r w 000006600 1
h and the neither . . TTTTYTT f t
Stripea the . .
.* of that flag: .,. -_ . . .- .-- . -- --- ., -_ .-. . . . . YP'.OP40o4dv4 MO.04 YtW O Sa 4.4.Ov 44t_4{ 0.40fi04?Qi_'rS +. >ti M. i OfiPt 4J DO'44400 0. 001000001111'11'11'11' 0 40 0" 00> ..

'W"PII the ef- -- -- v c
bootlegger dies, his -. I ,
L 7_*ill adorn hot the Hall of Fame name .of countless-myriads1 who.have .
"* Is kept jrreati the deeds: gone down to drunkard'. graves;' In ; i
deahle. valor WI'OUChby the name of generations yet unborn J.rh.c:::>>XX1PS X1
s p illustrious forebears but Wa! ef1ri1J in the name of America's moet sacredinititotion BASS' CONSTRUCTION COMPANY '
l beplated, .Hall of.In. :' the bone; in,the name tit
I y, because his traffic, was In the broken-hearted mothers,' I appeal to d: Fuacral IM4
'V of men, whose poeaibiliUea were law abiding red-blooded) Americans $,.,. '.'" Qqek Licensed { Director Q BUILDERS t
1Ited. wheee homes were made un- everywhere to rally and forever oust WOOD
, pp r aell[ those who follow' his strong drink, the areb-enemyo( our '-M1:- .A 3h. SjrrprLHe: It..J.n.IP BRICK, STONE, :J
ger.w' > their cherished .tnstitatl u jand of ... 4 Kp ...., .I,<\
h; most : 8t. A..aa .,
'Ia the''ot.'.'.!'J\n'....l'Itb''.E.'I''. *.oqI''AJtPI"Then temperance cfrlrL, forever.\ f.11\\"f'Down CJ :1' rtr.fI..I.' : { .: .t..t it I"t,:"?pill' 11rad A J.m ict ,Sinks it Can N. F, BASS. STEEL- s ,;J, STUCCO" JACK BASS- 1, ;-

.W.who c.50.. years' f ago organised the with the .tyrant ofttrong>' .drink' ,,and !. .' <<>. eoaoe .' .,PUQNEe," .,;,.. it.aema. :,ks.:- . ,,,",.,322...._Ro.,. a'..,,Strut---- "'"...._' ;'- ...t' '''-j.'''- ,I.;111_ ...'eroule 1'- w"A.........."".'..'.,....', ,4 '.
', 'U.-:1a: lMriCaI'Iri'the up with thejtars. - 'C :, : : : :
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EIGHT _- - .

'.,'., "tr ,--Mrs.--- -! mon;--second- .Mrs, E., G. 'food; third 4
'' second Parker
AT FAIR' I Guinea Fowl: Trio I' White;- J. L. .
rr PRIZES AWARDED first MM.Do .. Mrs! Bell.I
BsadWork ,
: Sample of : :
Hopton. Pearl: Trio: S. E., Sharpe. I L'attanburgh Lace: firnt Mrs. Cum-
'nbntlnu. rrr.imPage Four) Turkey Pair S. E. Sharpe. Noyer; Knoebel. .
j :
-.r. 1' t first, E. F. Hoffman. V 1 Gueesa: first: Sam McBeathJ I second Drawn Work: first Mm. Rickets), ; .firstMra. Balcom. PLAY .
Mrs.. .Thread Lace:
Kumquats: Half B xs first, Lawrence . , J.., L. Hopton.1. second Mrs.. Tucker; third. Specimen Thread Lace: first, Mrs.
Partin. Quart: first. J. A.;Barclay Ducks WWwj rHLi. )lopton. Rickets
: Muscovy; ;
Embroidery Center' Piece! : Then. Georjre.Tablo
; second, Mrs. -Nishworiger. Linen '
Mi-n. do Groit;
.1 first
:; Fancy Mixed Box Citrus Unit, G. Pine Needle: Bas t,' without cover; first, Mrs.. Lutredffq; secondEthel second Mrs.Cover Lackey: third unidenti CASINO -THEATER
,, C. Outlaw; second Dr. Silas P. Cooke first Mrs. Lindslftm.i ;
t Reid.Piano
a: Baskets Brat W. G. Peckham.t I i Handled Basket: first.Miss Kathleen Scarf, Linen Embroidery: fied.Embroidered Pillow CnrseaT! first.,
,' II'' Pineapples; first, I. N. Hatficld; nofT; second, Mrs; Brown: third, Mrs. firsts\ ; Mrs. Fricke. Cummings second!, Mrs. Chas. FLORIDA
r second Mrs. E. Harden.; thlrdCha"ll. .Strode. Cress Stitch: first, Mrs. Blackman Mm. ; KISSIMMEE,
S.. Papayast Marsh. first, George S, Burtner; Raffia Basket: first, Mrs. Gross; Smith' Tatting;. second Sets,: Mrs.first Lackey Mrs. ;Annette third, Lowe Crochet; third Pillow Mrs Cases: first, Mrs. '
second, Mrs. Kenney. Chas. Perry NIGHT FEB. 13
second Mia. ; WEDNESDAY
Knccb.lj: ; :
,fl second, Wm. Phipps. i Pine Needle Trays: first, Mrs. Mrs. Fcnqimore.Embroidered J Almon Demnlon.
third lI's.
Avacadccs: : first, Mrs. Goodrich. Strode second, Mrs. Strode; third, Table Cloth: first second ,
; lloldnn
Gowns first ;
first J. D. :
Siberian Crab Apples: Mrs: Blackman.
Mr. Matthews. first Mrs. Tucker. Mrs E. G. (Hood: ; third! <*. Mrs. llolden.
Harris. Nut Set: first Mrs. Woodhurst. Specimen Crochet; : Yokes first Mrs Holden; second .
MlMellaneou Drama Players
fine Needle Flower Vases: first .
B. C. King.Continued
Farm. Mrs. Lindstrom. Mrs. Penny; third, :Mrs. ,
Ham: drat County Mrs. Gray second Mrs. Bird;; third, Lace : first
Bacon: first County Farm. Mrs. Gray.Pine .; Punch Needle Work: first. Mis.Win. .' ( Next"\V J ''It I OF ALLAMERICAN
t Bees Wax: jjr'et: Grip Prather. Needle Mats: first Jftrs.Strode. . Triplett; second unidentified; PRESENTING THE
Best Individual Farm Exhibit: first, third l. Sam Montsdeoca PLANT BOARD PLANS COMEDY-DRAMAS IN 4 ACTS
I. -: M. E. Palmer; second, J. II. Boswell; Palmetto Backets: first, Mrs. Edd! Group of Bead Chains: first M. TO STOP SPREAD OK
third, County Farm. Mrs. Kdd George. Galpin; second unidentified; third, WEEVIL
'Gcorirc' ; second! SWEET POTATO
# Floral Palm Basket:; last Mrs. C. H.Phclps. Mr". G ro s... - AN D
Boat Floral and Ornamental Display StringBends, : first Mrs. Denim: A pphlic; herring "to consider "THE GIRL TRAMP"This
J : first, Palm Floral Gardens; I'nlnlC'tloVurks: first, T. O. Holi- geeond :Mrs., Mizer; third, Mrs.\ Runkin. quarantines to prevent the further. THE
v second Miss Joan Caldwell. day; second. Mrs. Buffington; thud.Mis H'trihution of the sweet pot tweevil ')
Bert Collection Palms!!: first Mis A. H. Phelps. I Colored Cards: tin.t.lIs8: ))0:111: <4. l will l-o held! 1'y the Mlal' plant
Jean Caldwell; second. Palm Floral Pin Needle, I Lamp; Shad! : first, Indian Bead! Work : first, Mrs board of Florida at Gainesville: on! very unusual play be the Seventh "Com-

1 Gardens.Palm lied individual: first Minn Mr W..-Strode.ste Hnsl-i! \ nt': first Mrs. Harden; Gross.Wool Mat : first', :Mrs EdJ Georfff; ,, February This, insect 11.{ r-m i l.-n. eati'lilis'ied. munity Proffram" personply conducted and produced

Jean Caldwell; second l Miss Caldwell.i 1m. second Mrs. Lackey. B< I'n
Ferns best<< collection: first C. KintrWhit".
Pino Needle Covered Baskets: first from a point north of: lIa\'tna
Floral Gardens; second, Miss raid- Bird thiuj.Mm. Table Runner: first Mrs )past eleven months.CILIRACTEIISIN.
Mrs. Brown:: second l. Mrs.\ ; 1'1\ (ire !nnrthiv.n line of Pin'-llas; county
t'o '., well. Individual: firm Miss Jean . Crawford.Pine Wm. Pell; sopind \1 11'N.Vm.. Ile'l; ; but In* not exte-ule'l' f.v lid -n I. ORDER OF APPEARANCEJames
Caldwell; sct'ond. Palm Floral Gar Needle Broom Holder: first, third,' Mrs.: L. Freneh.CriHhet In the infectod) :licltN! < inmercial

: dens. Mrs. Strode. Table Runners; fist !sweet< potato growing i is d *i ult. Blackburn a Bank . . . . .
Cut Flower Display: first, Palm .. "has. second, Mrs. Lut- CashierMr. "
t Pine Needle !Hand Beg: first :Mrs. :\1. Perry; Qua: antin( a which hate > 'n e''ect -
Floral Gardens; second, Mit-8 Cald- Strode.. :le.Iae:. ; I third :Mrs(: Lutledire.! h'I''of..1'h"' vi' r'-t dad, the . . . . . . . . . . . Walter Griffin 1,

well.Floral Piece: first. I'll!1m Floral' Pine Needle Handled\ Trays: first I ltrcad'I'ry" Cloth: first, Mrs. FtelluRopcher. -prejul of ili>' IW/Il 1 e ,n-i.L'I'al.I"' hit Mn Lee, a. Devoted Mother. . . . . Mrs. TriplettCol.
,Mr.t Kiown '('colI Gardens. tflird.second, Palm Floral. (;are third, ,S;ana Monstdeoca., <'*cilleiion| of handkerchiefs: first .heldin. 1 son'" -if tin. in'e ,i'ioimtie Lee, a Banker..Mr. Sidney M. RiChard

d(11M: Plart. Miss: firM raldwell.Potted (, second. and (;iia.-M liusket : first. ILl*. C. 1.1'hin.l :I :Mrs.! Biilcolm.Har.dkerch in tilt outiern! part: of. th"penintuln. Nannie Lee. "The Girl," . . . Miss Eleanor Rosen
ef.s ( Embroidered| : -
t third !Mis-K Jean: Caldwell. ; "1'1'"n"11': ''. Kirkbridc; th'rd'i I : \Vorthin Just out of College . . .
Jack .
:Mrs. Malthi\: chat\ :Mis. K"cielul: I: second, :Mrs.l'ien'h At its meeting i on. Feliruaiy' } 11 the ton.
Pink first
Palm Dozen Floral Radiancy Gardens.Kosen' ; Ud:: first., Gruf'Covered Ba.ket: first, Mrs. I ; ( third :Mrs.\ llolden. ,plan' boardill 1 \ rive( conside, .'l of . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr.. Aldus Matthews
s' i Wnrpopp. i<1, Baby. Cap: lii-t.. I :Mis. I 1) I K.: .V- thinves, ..itor udvimibility -x-
t Alias Jean Cllldw.II.I'oullry. i 1 nIRM"! Handled Flower Vase, first, I woel,|; second MrClms.: J':, rry i 'eiuliii.the'o !present ipmrmtine linen "Jerry," a Hero in Rags, . . . . . . Mr. Triolctt

Buff I/'jrhorn, : first t..1. II. Mis.: W. Hell I third :Mrs :Mixer.Emliroideicd . 'o inchiilv t the I" e-'nl-\'I1"n\ infested, Sadie a Mischievious Maid, . .Miss Lucile Griffin
pen 1i' :Mis'Hopne 1 -
I Gross; Handled Tray: first, :Mrs. : IIn\ dautLer: st. whichouM emfirmthat tiori -
Hillobrnndt. Thomas 'Cruwfotd; recond, Mrs. M.\ Jarvis; : second, :Mis., Knoeliei(' ; third MII.1""f i : Ih- tats sou'1* f "al-d including Sheriff Silvcrstar, . . . . . . Mr. Albert Sutton
White first
Leghorn pen :Prather. Cockerel 'i third Miss Warpcpp.Gta''s ) I :Mrs. II. Rice.Punch r. -\\i'M! IIt. I..ike., Smi.i.'i i ui'.d,: 1 II, r
Hodges Trays:: first, Mrs .lames; I Work Voil-y! : first 1, MiII.. ti.'iiulo counties.
., third W. II. Stuuffer ?
flist and ,
: ' fecond.:: Grip Prather. ; I St""pound I rode. Mrs. Matthews. ; third, :Mrs. ,. Rice j ; ",'('ond.( 'ornnalinn! :Miss. II. Rice.lleavv Center. I'n.etirvt : - I.-Home of Col. Lee, Interior.

Brown Leghorns pen: lirsl. R..f. ; : : i l :Mi-- Rice. IKIII; <<; 'ir (;It.\ II E: :VOIF.SI I ACT II.-Same as Act I.
+ ..
} 'I Black Minorcnx. pen : first. Milton I ; I 1 Light iiiiidentilied('nrltail: IOn ,. ,Center nIligq: i'nr I It'ce.: I I The eighth: grade| l bus a literary ao1 ACT III.-The Hut In The Wilderness.ACT .
:Mrs. L first m ?
Grass; Water Set first r- j ;
f second, C;. II. Flint.Anconas : 1 I'd\ the Fidelia,
Pledger; kins.i Luncheon! Sfist, :lrs. Lutkevi ached Semp"" IV.-Same as Act I.
i pen: : firMIIr': II. C. Robinson i second :Miv\ Lone Ihi.. ". :\11'''. I.ind\ I ini--ifiiTitr', "Alw "i.v-* F.i'thfnl.'
Cnnes fi r-t. :Mrs. ; sec- ;;
;i ' Specialties Between .
Hartley. 'fond 1 1 ;w!_- -:! bought n pi-
Y Silver Laced* IlamliurffR, : first! :Mrs Matthews. i S.'s.'i \\\ now
pen mid raid mi it.
I , 'ii"
first, :Mrs. Wood- I'in (Cushion: lust \lr Bali1-n ,
I C'rochet
u l Osborne Young. Pullet, first IIlIdIIC'cor.l. 1 hurst.! j .eeun.i|, less IIi.od. ; third Mr\ ''. Hilcom. :abut! !slit/ ) .,,,1 I h\\ .' almost,
{ .1. F. Hunan. 1\\1'uJ'h ni th" ti, "*.i-iirv to make the
Flax Spread' : flat t, C. 11. Rhodes; .
Blue AndaluKinns. cock and! hen/ : i '1 ," t USUAL PRICES
"I'T-ond. Mrs: : Penny third, Mrs.: Co- i I'illnwfi"t: FannieVilUe-; .r. nova
fret H. M. Travis. ; ; / lil,, ,.f ,il I d
Buff Cochin Haiitums first Guy ble. and,', Mr I 0. Knoeliei.(, \ (' h.e a -1"11'/1.1' I i :<' \ *o of Balcony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50c
I : I the, )III1Ild".I and! l tit y lot i.oni*
'ir Ti" Silk Pieced Quilt : first t. :Mrs. Emma J I Punch Work Pill"rtst.: : I. SimI I v liii, Ii )has'/ 1 IKTII .sans/ tad l /11,1 I >'nne Reserved Seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75e
+ Bantbms: ties, J. L. Hopkins.Rhode :Malboin) ; econil. :Mrs. Sfella !Koecher; I :M1 nt--ileoc "
I I( K.nihrDideieJ, I'ill.!! fi-st 'aught Children . . . . . . . . . 25c
f Itl-ind Redpen : first, (1.; till rd. :\\1 IS. |B'irjen.\! i w Top--; the . . . .
cloite'l: I oft'uer Frulay.
White:. Ouilled: Juilt, : .first :Mrs. MI'flnnl iticd, : second., Mr": N. E. tli:,leIthir'l W"
W. Ei'-elstoin second. II. C. Stanford .
; I irhteiMiili df .1.I'II"f' third; 11. Cellar. ('o'k'el DiefcmlorfSliiniher I :Mrs. Inn Kricke. RESERVED SEATS NOW SELLING RAPIDLYAT
( : ; J. ; inl ',, -II/tlr iTiitiiths; whir', lire
nr : "
Shawl fiat :MrMarsh
Kobe finl.11': Hand! : Hair I'in Lace' : -
firMt. II( "Stnnford: :::;1 ; sec-nd, H. GitlifT. illowh, I
.. . i 1"I i. : TRESS NEWS STANDwhich
I second, :II. Borden. : 1
E. I'ul-
Cock W.
: first Sawyer. I .l K.rtic.i .
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lard :Spread::;, Set: first. 1\1\ n. Wad i Ciochet Jacket : first :Mis'. .II. \Vtlla.ton. .. pe i ;
lel II. C. Stanford second .
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ell second, :\1 I'll. piefendorf.Anpliiue
Mrs. S. M. Worthing third, H. Gat- ;
:. liff. I QUIlls: fust, Mr: <. Fenni- Colored/ Table! Runners: first MrxGodwin : 'Mini ii.'e**; I.\ ( I'llFirwh. r. --1'.C'tnrY'1 .
Plymouth Rocks Barred : first, I moie;; 'secrnd, :Mrs. (', S. Smith; third : second. :Mr. A. :Mosiliythird. : F1" p' --"sri t pixc-i. l to v Hi" ,p'esdetl'. I - - -----
William ids: tecon.d .1. :D.)pen Harris; Mrs.\ C.atlitr. '' ::11SI..lIn. lnecher.lfabv M'lt! !I :' )lu'M.: \v i- iy inter1 t'ng. Orange county road would terminate. ( through which the road will run, fir

third Mrs. W i' on" Bailey. Cock. J. I Slumber Rups, White: first Mrs. Hies-1' : lint :Mrs., Chaa. Lowe Song. Americo: tliu Beautiful within an hour after the commiision-
Cole. Irish \ fir..t.Ir"; B. C. nude, ; -jilinif' iiiinule-' List, ni'-e- this; mooting; petition signed ers deliverd their verdict
1). Harris. Cockerel: first, J. IX Harris Hood; second Mrs. C. R. Crochet : At a an Cf.J
;, second .1 V.: Rowland. Pullet: i Applique Spreads: first. :III.... Wallace King: "si-c'ind '11'... B. C. Kin,;. 11"'. < ( !'<'i'' : " le'uri. : l b" I llfi taxpayer of the district in was instructed to at once draw the
flr<;t. J. F. R,1'.t. .. ,wd n. : ;; second, Mrs.\ Kennimore;; third hug. t Sds: fi'st, ::111'<. Nettie:' Newton e 'di|in". ,"d )l.iiniMr' d'l'H", .Ila'I! Orange county through which the petition for signatures axkirg that an
Harris; thrd, J E Rowland. White: Mrs. Blnckman.Kujfs ." I ; >('COIIIIlts.: Strode; third :Mr-. '"'"irt/il ,o.,< '. : 'II' sj i' ,m. coming road would run was nreiented election l be called! in that district to

I ( ,I ; lir .. a fen C. Steven; Buff: Cock first, Mrs. Mrs. Cole; third. :Mrs. R. HesselfYId. )Dresser Scat: first. :Mrs. Eupor- I mina CaiKon, LouiI.y.: Sara Duke; least a dozen ef the most prominent and.l it is acid l there is not a man or
'f Alice! Krepn. Hl'n. first Mrs. Alice (Lamp Shade: that, Mrs. Pea rd. I I son; s-cr.nd, 1 111'8.: E. (5.; Gray; third I, r'adi"K.Voodchuckll.. (Dick Stanley; citizens cf the county were present to woman owning proper y"H ttt "cs-"
4t1; Kreps White Spiead: first. Rev. Callan; Mrs. C. French.Embroidered I jokes! Arthur Pitch, reading! "Was it back up that petition, and urged the trict proposed to be bonded but who

,:I' Buff f>n>:nnton: pen: first., John'. -econd, Mrs C. Smith; third Rev. Center Pieces: first.! Job hud 1Vuttsl" Miss Wllol.lriIne; rrTusioniTS to comply with the will sign the petition. This action .
Cnrlin, tti-cnd, Mrs. Ed Walker. Pul- Callan. ,, ;Mrs. Kimbnll; second and third ui.i- jokes, Ella Quirk; reading, ZebWhile's quest.. re'l I will bring quick resu'ts, as the com-
e 'o let: first 1 ootoixl J. F. Hanan. Sweater Wool: first, Mrs. Poston; ,, dentificd. Unlucky Ar The commissioners were unanimousin missioners will have no voice in tie
Cockerel: first, John Carlin;; second? second Mrs. Wallaston. ,, White Crochet: first Mrs. Hood; Bryan; song/ Old Folks at Home the opinion that the road was a .,matter the law requiring them to or-
I J.' 1"" .' .Hanan. Cock: Joseph Marrh.Henj Sweater Silk: first Mrs. Lindhorn; !; second Mrs. Hood. grade. The meeting was then ad necessity to development of that'.:|der. such election upon the request of
r: first and second, Joseph ,Marsh. ', second; Mrs. McCarty '''I''I Crochet Ed: ire .Cloth: first,unidenti* journed. .i section of Grange county; and would 26 percent of the taxpayer and qualified .
i Wyandotte White) Rose Comb, Rubber Bags: first. Ethel ftl'dj; second, Mrs. Perry. NARCOOSSEEORLANiio"HARDHOAD' be of 'great lwneflt to Orange countyas voters. '
i.t Cockerels S.. E. Sharpe. R. C, Cock; tiers; .second, Mrs. Wm. Blackman, 1 I Bedroom Cnpi first Miss II.. Rice; '. WANTED a whole and particularly to Orlando I This is the course being pursued by
W. L. Clutter. Single Comb Cock Crocheted Doily: first, Miss ..Wallinp. second Mrs. .BashurJ'. -- aa it would make a shorter I the people of this district in (financ
erel: S. E.: Sharpe; : S. C. Pullet: S. .'i Knot Stitch Center: first. Mrs. NARCOOSSEE Fla.. Feb. 8-A rout to the east coast by at least 18 ing the building of the road from
\ E. Sharpe. R. C. Pullet; first, W. L.. Knitted Beaded Raps: first. Mr Lackey; second, :Mrs. Buttery. i iI I committee composed of John S. Ca- miles as well as be another route I I Narcoossee to the Orange county line
(i Clutter; second S. E. Sharpe. Silver Wnl'aston i ; second Mrs. Adams; I ace Handkerchief: first Mrs.: Kimball del, J. Edward 1 Krause and S. J. Trip- leading north and south through that and as both petition. will be ready for
Laced: lien: first and second, C. H. third, Mrs. Poston. I lett representing the Narcoosnee county, but an no funds were presentation at the March meeting of
"tl" Steven. Headed. Bap: first, M's. Thomas; Crochet Edge Cover/ : Ii rgt. Mrs. I Hoard of Trade met with the commiasionem ble to pay the cost they could 8valla.1 I the two boards and as there il ao
:/ .. Jersey Black Giant: Hen; C. II. second, Mrs. Ooff; third, Mrs. Goff. Wmidrll ; ,second, :Mrs. W. W. Bell. of Orange" county at Orlandoon their way dear to make any definite question but what bonds will be overwhelmingly
: Steven. Waxed Flowers: first, !Mrs. Parker: Center Piece: first, :Mrs. A. )Ucmf Tuesday, January 5, and! made the pledge as to when the road would be voted in both districts it

: ...'..1 I proposition. that if Orange county bunt.To. is safe to assume that by the end of
------ ------ - I would, agree J to build a hard} road if the average citizen this decisionof the year Narcoossee will be directlyon
II II I 'ini ('unvutn the O-ice.ila county !, the Orange county commissioners the main line of travel over splendid
I line, the tax payer.of this eommisloners' ], would have been a staggering blow, hard road'.not only to and from
1 I ,dmtiiitM lilt! extend, theh-rl.I .I but not 110 to the energetic, enterprising the east coast but to all point north
road, fiom Narcoocsie: tc. the point lit i taxpayers who live in that district I and south.




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