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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 15, 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: VID01155
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
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OBSERVED IN APRIL Committee 'Sponsoring Radcl'ffeChantaoqna '! SYMPHQNUONCERT CHRISTIAN'CHU.HC" Will Continue Beatification To City ON BONUS QUESTION

Gets Information. Limits Committee Named ,For ,,

Women's Club CommitteeTo Setting- Klsslsasaee.' Dates \\1 To Bring Orlando'' Sympho Series By: Famous OptimistIs ,Ensuing,-Three- Month, Bathing' Beauties Discussed' '

Urge "Clean-Up" Week"As II 'The Rsdcliffe Chautauqua number ny Orchestra To Kissimmee Transferred ,To Church The Business and Professional Wom.en' :And Delegates ,Named To '

will be given.. inKi* lmm.e on Tuesday .,, Club will, I continue .their\tree The State Convention
Preliminary Step Wednesday, and Thursday Next Wednesday Night From The Court. House planting. on the Dixie Highway, north.
March 11 12 and 13 .
according: to in-
National Garden Week will be observed formation received this week by T A Lovers of good. music will have the Th lecture by Dr. Kerr Boyce Tirp- from the point where the last plant .over In the accord1"'with relative the 'discussion to the bonus all,
Edwards, U. J. Burrow. and ing finished the city limits, accord. country t
Rev to
in Kiimmee the week of opportunity to gratify their taste per next Monday Tuesday and Thursday : question the Makinson-Oarson Post
April 20 to 26, M a> result of,action Walter B. Knightf the committeeponsornlr next Wednesday. night when the Orlando and Friday will be given at the ing to decision reached at the regular of the American Legion voted Toe*.-
taken at ,lat week' well attended e in the Kissimmee series 'J.;;representative Symphony Orchestra will appear First Christian church in Kissimmea February meeting last Tuesday nightThe ; day night to go on record unaniihous-,
e-nthuslastlc meeting; of the Kisilra- was and these *' few week in KisKimmee under the auspices instead of the courthouse as previously ,trees will be purchased from ly in favor of it. Individual opinion F
National Garden ago gentlemen along with announced. The change was madeat
Women'a Club. A of the exressed
mee women's Club. The concert were not favoring the bonus"
a dozen'o'h..r.. funds in the "
Week Committee was appo'n:ed. undertook the responsibility which follows the one in Orlando the request of the Chamber of now treasury. but when the vote showed the majority -
consisting of Mrs. M E., Turner and Seven of bringing the course h re. last Tuesday has been made p>sible Commerce under whose auspices Dr. Committees were named for the to be in favor of it, the motion
numbersare listed on the is to Kicsimmee, on ensuing three months follows:
coming GS
France Bay and Elizabeth. through the co-operation of R V. Tupper ; was made unanimous. Considerable
advance literature including lectures nomusical instrument -- Miss Este'.le!! Persons ''alr.
account of there being Program r Interest manifested in
Steele director of the orchestra. It was the seriesof
lolll'gan the by Dr. Albert Marion Hyde Dr. Dan in the court room and:! the man Mi**,llelei Bass and M-*. John articles the
It is planned to offer'price!* Is composed of mucicions of Orlando on subject now running -
iel H. Martin and Dr. Henry Clark. difficulty of: climbing st-irs.Dr. ., H. Branson; finance, Miss Almena In the Legion
greatest improvement in beautifying There is also an all-star professional Winter Park, and Kissimmee. and is Tupper's subject nijht[ Leitner chairman Mist Percie Oliver Weekly.
Monday The
tile yards about the. homes as well andeetable astor dramatic east pres"nthijr' Rip Van said to be the only municipal orchestra -. will be: "Seeing the Bright Hide of and Mrs. ,v.: U Bullock; Member- to the State chief Convention discussion came to be relative held in ;

the best flower garden lawn Wrinkle, Edith Marshall Clarke chau- in the state. -' Things;" on Tuesday it will be "Our ship Mrs. F. C. Bryan chair >n, Saint Petersburg March 27 28 and t
> garden. During the week tauqua's leading, artist on the hf'R'Jtltul The master violinist! of the orchestra Wondercus Age. of Invention and Misses Cornelia Lancaster, ard Wini- 20. The post in that city is, pl.nnlnK'th.
I there will be exhibit ,of flower and silver toned Swiss Hand Bells is Paul Whitehurst. of Norfolk. Discovery on Thursday "The B:b'e fred Denning. Mrs. Lane Paulk was biggest time in the history! cf the
\eeetables, and instructive bib on the Clark Novelty Cornpanl' pie- Virginia who is becoming", very popular a* the World's Greatest Classic;" and voted. into the club as a new member. world. One of the things wh'ch is ..'
gardening and the cultivation of stinting unusual readings in Orlando through his solo work the concluding lecture on Washing The club met this month at the: contemplated i I. the .bathing beauty :
flower The committee I* wring that soprano and cello solos! xylo and his direction of the trio at the ton' Birthday will be, -Three Greatest home of Mrs. C. Buckets, with1' nine contest and a letter from the Sunshine -
everyone observe "Clean-Up Week" phone selections and the fascinating, Angebilt. Three Kissimmee- musicclans President within a Century.' teen member present .legionnaires urged th hit ," 0.\\
every -
next week February 17 to 28, at a musical Lyre. One of the most popular : are members of the orchestra: The Friday meeting will be Patr'otis city where a pot i* located havean
preliminary step. Representative* of numbers will be the Plymouth Mrs. S. H. Bullock playing second Night, and organization who havecll1duled entrant. Further suggestion was
the committee. Intend to follow .p the Male Quartette.The violin Miss Louise Tnomason viola, affairs for that night have BANANA CONVENTION made that a ,voting contest be inaugurated
dean-up week with nggestlon of chautauqua this year will be and Mr*. U. .J. Burrows the flute postponed them in order that it may to choose the representative.
various kind for beautifying the held at the Casino theatre. Frank Reed former Kisslmmeean, be made a real community patriotic No final action was taken on this ,
grounds of home, in the city and plays first violin. meeting. There will be no lecture on HERE NEXT WEEK matter' a* the' discussion brought up,, M'
invitation to participate for the Wednesday, as originally intended on a number of fine .
with PARENTTEACHERSSNOW The program which will ,be rendered points" which dlcusslon ; .r
account: of the Symphony Concert to both the married and th
prises.Mrs. by thirty-five instruments will men *.,
A. T. Morrlaotu chairman of include Mendelssohn'' Unfinished be given under the." WOOOf.ICJub- ) MidWinCSi-Meeting\ : of The other kind participated every' legionnaire '
the civic department of the club, reported auspice who was asked to MITe on. A
Symphony Greig's Peer Gynt suite 1
that twenty palm had been BIG INCREASELast Nicholi' overture.; The Merry Wives; These lectures are th*. outgrowth Florida Banana Growers the committee to decide' the momentous .r
planted on "Pioneer briv.on Ruby of a talk given by Dr. Tupper at the question declined to do so-(like ,
of Windsor :besides! several lighter At CasinoThe
; Chamber of Commerce few week Thursday
and a Kelly did I
avenue, leading to the dock, fiftyfour ) The m.tter'.wal' finally
numbers. One which should of
oak on the Ocean-To-Gulf ,Week's Meeting: Showed prove ago. He' delivered an address at that laid over till next meeting.
highway toward Saint Cloud. A especial interest is Asa's Death from time which made a very strong impression local interest in banana g owing Delegates elected to the state eon.
committee was appointed to interview Organization Has Over the Peer Gynt suite very effectively on the business men and which has been on the steady Increase vention were Raymond Raney '
the county commissioners and requestthat Ninety Paid Members played' by the stringed instrument women prevent, and everyone who in Osceola county as in other Allison French with Sidney and't t
grnde be established on this alone. heard him was anxious to do so parts of the state during the past and Jim Miller as alternates.

road a in order to make it suitable for I At the regular meeting of the Mr. Steel the director has been again. Dr. Tupper when apprised of year: will be considerably stlrrulatid The post decided at Tuesday'
\the planting of tree and ahrub Parent Teachers Association, held untiring in his efforts to produce an the fact that the people were anxiousfor next Thursday when the Mid-Winter meeting: to put on another Triplett
This committee Included Mr*. A. T. ;Thursday of last week the reports of orchestra' which will present pro- more of his brand of optimism meeting of the Florida Banana Growers play next month for the benefit of
Lewis and membership committees showed that Itl ama of merit and interest to music offered to !rive his services. He is Association will meet in Kissim the Community House fund The
Mr O'Bryan
Parker.A 'the organization now has more than lovers. One concert was played in in Florida this winter writing another mee. The possibilities! of commercial play has not been chosen but will be '
Mm book and believes< in living th' ro- of bananas have been selected from f
ninetv paid-up members Orlando several weeks ago and another growing several in Mr. Trlplett's -
enjoyable program was. a of which he He is
very operation speaks. given amount of consideration repertoire and will be '
a great to the
rendered after the business ness on. r.f whom were present at the meeting. on last Tuesday night. Popular his lime and his lectures, but usual up
giving in this city and a very largegathering excellence of his productions.
.... follows Reading Carroll Makin. ,Mrs. Trammell'i section of the seventh will at the Kissimmee
s : prices prevail said ne was willing to have a free of local growers is expected Sidney F. RiChard was elected '
I manager
,<>n; Violin Duet, Madge Rivers and grade win awarded the prize will offering tiken to ha given to
concert next Wednesday night at in addition.y a)m" two hundred of the production. ;
for securing the most, new memb' "rn.Mr .
Ethel Owen with piano accompaniment of the various charities in whichhe
some The
out of town delegates. "Jack-pot" increased last
*. Bryan's eighth grade and Mrs. the Casino. again
Wlnn Vocal Solo. Mr
Mae is interested.
by ;
the who will address night the
Among speakers as name of Clyde Nelson
Ante fourth grade tied for the honor The committee from the
W O. Ilornbaker. KHsimnjee While the lectures are being held J
the convention are: Congressman was drawn and he showed up m'ssing.! '
Rev. Ilornbaker delivered an ad- of having present at the meeting the Women's Club which has the concert at the Christian church they are in John J. Kindred, of New Y.rk: The augmented "sock" therefore rides
largest number' of mother" t
rlnon Woodrow Wilson in The is in charge, is composed of Mr U. J. no wise !sectarian, but are under Frank Whitman managing editor of over to the next meeting, which ia
he eloquently brought out the qualities organization diaprayingmore Chamber of Commerce auspices, and the Florida Grower; P. M. Shanibar- scheduled for Tuesday night February ;
enthusiasm than Mrs. II. W. Boice and
at timer In the Burrows
of greatness in the ex-president. p&.tand are expected to be of genuine com- ger. Pine Castle banana enthusiast; 26. ItMETHODISTS
Refreshment! were served by Mrs. hat undertaken a definite- program II. Bullock. munity interest; .. C. .. Stokley Mt. Dora banana king
tars'er; Miss Donegan, and Mr. latrram. among other things, of getting and president of the state association !\ TO PRESENT

play aground .equipmnnt. An e-ter- BABSON GIVES (001)ADVICE BUSINESS WOMEN, PUT' ; T. J. Harris, former banana expert AN ELABORATE PAGEANT A
at the <
Tuesday hig'school TO GROWERSA OVER ANOTHER SUCCESS for the British" government' Dr. -- .-
netted them. (IS.&O towa"d J. C. Christ W. E.: Tsolles, of ,Olds- On next Tuesday night February" ,.
W. C. T. U. MEETING th'a endeavor.It ; 19. tt the First Methodist
derided strengthening of the. cooperative "Cupid's Cabaret" upheld the reputation mar secretary of the banana growers Wo.-nrVs ,
the tart
wa at' mfrtiig
selling organization and an Increase of the Business.and Profession organization; and S. B Aultml.n.Xlulmmee'a : Missionary will pre-
that the lent the Rights
At the 'J'Ular"l'I\wt'nlf of the W. work of the'Parent-Teacher agent Tb of a
most banana
in the advertising together at Women's Club. More than three prominent !
Association could be Child! with Miss .
O T. U. lat Friday the resignation better c r.-io-J Maria Kagllay_
with an improvement in the inspection hundred people last' Friday ntrht grower and vice president of the Lakeland
of Mr. M. A Sawyer, treasurer of on If the organization were'affiliated in the leading role.: Mr.'
with system, which will insure a bet- went to the Japanese Garden as pat- state association. Lewis O'Bryan will L. E. ''
the union waa reluctantly accepted u the state and national orgaiza ter and more uniform grading of rons and came out epicure and con deliver the welcoming address at the Fenn will portray, anolhflt' of
and Mr*. M. E. Turner elected to ft I tlon. and action was 'taken toward fruit is the salvation of the Florida noisseurs. Menu atmosphere, anl: morning session of the convention, I, the leading, character: as'will'Walter'Bass.
out the unexpired terra. Flans were that end. grower according; to Roger W. Bab- program' all received the commendation which will be held at the Casino A. W. Bailey, Cal.McCaughen,
made for the lecture by. Dr.: Kerr I In addition to the'bqilness. tens.acted son, of Babson Park. Florida in an of the crowd' ? .. theatre at 10 o'clock. and characters Albert Sutton 'nere'will appear
Boyce Tupper for Friday night"Feb Thursday, entertaining program interview given'at Lake Wale,Tues Japanese Garden was attractively During the'sessions of the meeting Girl Scout depicting the Boy Scout,
ruary 15, at 8 p. m. Subject "America was given, as follows: pIano day. decorated in a general chem Mtur. there will be an excellent musical Girl. Red Cross Campfire .
from a Religious Standpoint The solo' DeRheta Alderman; IuetTheh For, the pat two weeks or since ing the little god of love. A large red program Including a male quartette children., Easter' children, and enslaved,
lecture will be held at the court house. ma and Aliens Yates] reading Howard Mr. Hoover's name and my own have and white wedding bell'over the usual and cornet duet by the famous cornet Mis Ellanore Jr> '
At roll call the many. women pe.. Watson Jllan." tIOJo, Jacnetta been mentioned in connection with orchestra: box was the, center of duettist Win. J. Locke. The afternoon "The Overstrret will" be, '
ont responded with an answer to the 'Aultman; reading '3. R. S'nqueleld: : the citrus fruit situation. I have been radiating decoration of bamboo meeting is scheduled for 1:30 p. Spirit of Child Welfare; Uly \
Chapman "The
question "If I let politic alone will vloUn duet. Madre Rivers and Ethel importuned by newspapermen for my from which hung red eupid and red .... Manager C:?C. Jordan of the Casino Play. E. Fenn Spirit of Supervised,
politic ,let me and my family alone ,Owen; reading, Sophia Hotchkiss. opinion but I have not been ready to hearts and whether by. chance or by theatre has donated hi* picture Miss, Cornelia"The Spirit of Education *' '
The answers were both interesting give it," said Mr. Babson. "Mean- the decree of the little archer, the house to the association for both the "The City; Beautiful. Miss Lancaster Helen:

and instructive. Mrs. B. M. Hall gavea 'ALABAMA GROWERS OF while however I have made some investigations club's moat recent bride and her husband morning and afternoon sessions.At Bass is in charge of the music l '
selection from "Marching Mother," on mv own account that were seated at the table neath noon the committee in charge A small admission
will be
by Miss Anna Gordon showing the 8ATSUMAS HOPEFUL five things are! vitally necessary. the wedding bell. The wedding bell expect to give the delegate a fish the receipts from which charged:
need to train the child In the way he "Fint-Improvement in the qualityof so tis said, was eagerly sought afteras fry', which will probably be held in funds of the Missionary go the :,
should go and especial) in "Law Enforcement F. L. Skelly, manager of the American fruit ahipPed."Seconcttmprove. a souvenir and the question was the Bronson building. society' ;
Milton Pledger prosecuting Fruit Grower., is sending oat to : the quality of finally decided' by agreement that the TIME OF TOURIST SPECIAL SERIES AT .
fruit shipped by having it done out- member should have it who would use
attorney for Osoeola county hit grower a letter referring to the MEETING IS CHANGED METHODIST CHURCH
,.ave: an address on "What the office recent cold damage in the citrus belt side the association.! it first. It can now be see at-but, I
holder wants, by one of thorn" and at in the vicinity of Mobile The FlorliU "Third-Refuse to take into the association to return to the program. The regular W. C. T. U. meting< Dr. .John F. Philips, pastor of the ?;.
the close gave an out-line of when grower are interested in it on anv groves not being prop- While dainty waitresses attired in for the evening_of February 22 will M. E. Church S>utb, ha announced a-;,; .I
"where' and why to vote. account of the possible effect on,,the erly maln ine.j. white caps with little cupids on them be held at the Hart Memorial at 8 p. a special series of sermons on Sunday !
Miss Ruth Heraberr favored the marketing of Parson Brown oranges.Mr. Fourth-Materially lessen fu t',8' and other white raiment served the m. instead of 8p m. on account of evenings the first of which. will be '
audience with beautiful solos with Skelly quotes the following from planting. guests a sixteen piece orchestra furnished the Kerr Boyce Tupper lecture. Fine delivered next Sunday evening at the .' t :,,.
"Fiftn--Strengthen' the slliit<* organizations excellent music. When' the 17:30 church service. Next Sunday. "
Mrs. B. M. Hall at the piano. Mrs chat he considers to be an authori- program is promised and refreshments I. i
and increase the adver cabaret "atmosphere", was sufficient subject' will be "A Pirture'of God'sI : '
B. O'Bannon gave a piano solo and tative source: A silver offering for the Wl- a
with the beautiful Bible lesson tising. ly established the program,'began lard fund will be taken. I I I Love.
on z
"Know." "In reference to the damage to the "Many seom to think that all that with the cupids dance. Remark prior Sermon subjects fnr'the series fol
profitable by and Mrs. Ella afternoon Moore a meeting most orange trees; most of the grower are \\u. necessary U to give the Exchange a to the affair, regarding the costumes, BUSINESS WOMEN THANK low: February 24, Weighed In God' '
closed. happy sanguine, and believe that the trees! mon poly. All monopolies have fi ed proved not to have been exaggerated.: THOSE WHO ASSISTED I Balances March 2, The Old V*"*r- j G:
are coming out. Practically every in the past and this would inevitablyfail The little ladies of this chorus were anti of the Cross: March 9. What It
tree show life through the main part so long a'1' there is no restriction exactly: like some-not all-pictures The Business and Professional Wom- Means To Be a Christian" ; March: 1!, '.,
MRGINIAN TEACHING of the tree. In fact in most cases! the on the planting of more groves. Must of cupid except that one of them did en's Club desires to express! its sincere What I Must Do To Be a Christian .' '
first growths show the effect of of the money Doing spent in he citrus not smile. The dance waR enthusiastically thanks and appreciation to all March 23, Why I Am Not a Christian:
VIOLIN CLASSES HERE frost while in a few instances the industry at parent is In the sale '' leceived. The little tots par- the many people who assisted In various March SO Why I Am a Christian.
--A of second growth show' it Week before of groves and new trees and if the U.-'oatinir were Jean Bryan Joy Ann ways! in making: "Cupid's Caba There will be special vocal and instrumental " ;
Paul Whiteharst, Norfolk Virginia last we had two of Auburn's pathologists same were spent in improving the Coble Hilda Katz and Gertrude Ver- ret" a success music at all ''service. The I ,"i, ..
- who i i. now residing in Orlando here who examined the trees qunJ'ty of fruit a big difference would Helen Sawyer President. addresses will be evangelistic, practical t
J7 has organized a class in violin Instruction carefully'and they have certainly result. In ten miles of tl e Babson non.Mrs.. Arthur Cooper sang "Dream- and inspirational and everyone is, +
in Klasimmee. Th-re classes made some gloomy reports, giving.. it Park packing home alone wj have a Ing," in a manner: which brought vigorous FARMER WILL RUN cordially invited to attend. Next
r meet on Monday. and Thursday a* their opinion that most of the 'million trees already w'th: only encore. t6 which she responded AGAIN FOR SHERIFF Sunday night will be Tourist! Night tr"Ii

mornings! and Ide' a splendid opportunity trees would die. They claimed that' 000. or ten per cent in bear! 'n. 100'j with "Comin' Thru The Rye." Next Sheriff L. R. Farmer set at rest the and the center of the church will be i y
for either beginners or advanced in some instance they found soured "It would be suicidal to p'ant the citireni of the county were ap queries a* to bather he would bea reserved for the visiting friendsESTABLISHING
students. Musicians, who are ap In the trunk cf the tree, which Is more for the present at least, or until priced of the fact that their county candidate for sheriff to succeed: Y +'
thoroughly acquainted with his work a sure Indication that the trees wouldno the present situation .has adjusted I agent i* a "slngist as i I well as en himself in the June primaries, yes! ANAUTOMOBILE' '
say that his teaching creates interest ; ftvrvive However in the face of I itself and the Florida g grower realizes expert on plants seeds, and bugs. He terday when be made definite an- ROUTE ;
in: the best musical selections and these reports the grower here have that it is only through the closest was the soloist with the beauty nouncement that he would The Colonel Edgar A. Foster Auto "."''
11 an incentive to any pupil.Mr. not given up hope believing that ': kind of co-operation that he can succeed chorus, and .surrounded by pulchrltnd-: Sheriff Farmer took office in 1920 Tourist Delegation is the entitlement .< ,. i
Whltehorst has attracted unusual while there is life,there is still hope. 'I ; co-operation of the kind that inous maidens, he sang "The Girl and 1* now on the last lp of his four( of a project to establish, the shorten :
attention in Orlando with his The next two or three week will positively will result in control of the acreage That Men Forget. The chorus was year term. During his incumbency he route from Detroit, MicMran. t-) \ ,
solo relative planted and a rigid inspection! leadIng partly dressed that is, part of the has Florida 1 ,
work where he la master violinin determine the situation never had a jail delivery, baa points according to the originator -
with thou\' Orlando Symphony Orchestra ,, to the orange At any event If to the fearless and unbiased refection chorus was dressed, a* ""with never lost a prisoner and contrary of the scheme for whom it .. ) }
scenic shoulder effect in
He 4.. also the director of a they save the tree it does not seem of all inferior fruit regard- while, the remainder stunning to the predictions of Ids political opponents is named. Mr Foster is at the auto ". ''
trio will much of less of who the grower may bi black were he has never resorted to in Kissimmee I
giving Sunday evening concertsat possible that they have The"lIappera" camp and says that he a
dresed "old'"fashioned
: girls.
the market tlla- as
the farmers here Commenting !shooting a man in making an arrest has already registered ,
Angebllt where Ida large repertoire a crop of oranges. The Misses 93 cars, the '
Babson said to were Lucy Lupf.r.MarJl'&ret ,
Mr. "I
tion : expect His announcement e'se- owners of which will )
has hard situation appear meet in
and pleasing manner w certainly facing a Macon
lower markets before will Stanford, and Patsy Ma-
made him many friend. and how will be can only be be see better." they kinson while the old fashioned ones where. In this Issue._ Georgia, on March 10, and again in d '
deter mmed in time.TOURIST." Atlanta and Chattanooga. It i la the i t
Misses PUle Vivian
To the Florida grower Mr. Babson were Mayme r, DEER PARK MAN KILLSA intention of the promoter of
+! eI added this parting injunction: "Cut Floyd and Eleanor Rosen BIG CATAMOUNT scheme to take up with the city and Ir i j
I PROGRAM SOCIAL out the politic and go to work Improving The "Unfoldment 'Dance" was so county official in the route of the
FEB. If,'4:0 P. M. r: / your fruit. Set out more seedless well liked that it was repeated by request A. M<.Morgan, of Deer Park Vil'ed course decided upon the ma'ntalnin: oJ ;;:
II varieties, original Parson Brown later in the Little! a large catamount Monday >.
Broadway Band Stand and evening. very ; and repair of the,route. Ii 'J
Probably th. largest attended and pure Valencia*. Florida f ui t Earl Piano and Linwood Lee Star- morning,near Deer(Park. His dog Mr. Foster i* to the \
,K188UIMEK',CONCERT:eAJIIDI'U..J. probably' the mot.nthoIadc in has too many seeds. Produce quality bird, aa fairies, carrying wands followed ran the animal down and Mr. Morgan famine in Coldwater. Michigan and .;, a
.' Barrow ,Director'March >-- war of social :.frtetiag' and;'happ"tellowabJp..w. rather than quantity and use the wise a table'to'the centre of the *ntertaln shot:'it. th1'Oupthe head .with-a.nfle says ha. expect to locate-permanently, I s :
.* the. .last counsel Mr. Ruth of bullet )The animal* v t
aptlstelch of men such as *! arena Upon the table was was' brought to 1a;XlMba..t'. .
:= : : Fridaynight In..: the B Mountain Lake. ..Mr. Kramer; Mr. a hug flower. rTben one of the fair.fu Kissimmee.. to Loot,, Langfor: ., mount.Ingc' . 4"' ". ".
I C .AttO General ,__Xlng when ,the;; ladle* ."If ,:oftht" .,<*.**fM! church...\<<*>>*$,0.1Aa "wr:'. Yarnell ;Mr.--'Coreaco' Wilson Mr. i touched the flower -with his wand +. . -, ,_.', "I KENANSVILLE. MAN TO :*; .* ; .
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Oveetnr.-UphL CavaMgatSnpM; II....... arz':7: ChaseMr.:) GentUU and Mr. Scott of whil: the '*rcb *tr* played beautifulmsie'and r. . f:" C RUN FOR. SHERIFF!:
A-CharacUristk*.. '"Little. 1)ot"Etivarda. usual *t'these": touts' .function* Winter Haven." front ;the' flower. *ro DISTINGUISHED CLERGYMAN a
_.-'-- there 'wa,'no ,aet ,.program Music pretty, little Bostwick. 'AT,EPISCOPAL CHURCH thl* Issue *pp aVth"* 'Jp ,;
i I. Walpkrrot-. ., ',..Keren*".___ was given by the'. Baptist quartette. If BEE With ,a, pace on I other aide *be' descended ." announcement. for sheriff 'efTjMeph. .tr' r
;.-+.- ...r.:______SchnlU. Weal solo by Mis FJIsabetlT W.ring. SPELLING \,the carpeted ,step*, and delighted The ,.*.. 8., D. McConnell,', D."JX; Le*' .G...... .. of,. Kenansville. Mr.* .
INTERMISSION reading by Miss Wilhelmlna, Canon The ladles of the Presbyterian the crowd with'',her. flower win preach in st. .John' Church at Glue is .evidently a ropporterjof Sid-;;.$ ''' \
ui e 4 and Rev. Katght'and speech.. by. Dr. church' will hold .. an -old fashioned danc*., "?.,.. c* ', 4/ 11. a m. next Sunday, ,February '17. aq.l.. /Catxa for.governor* lie *ay. ) .:
I '"rbe'".w..Lu .n"" Drewrh. Byron' 8Ul.. nd others. Punch ceiling bee"' a* the Chapter.Uou... '"I' never ml** the'sunshine-I'm: eoused Dr. McConnell: t*<, -distinguished If ifc. Catt. !. not ejected he,oil) s... *" ,?. "
. i 1ft"..nne..s.--T _. ...' Kin.*'.a nd.wafer +were.***ed.','Ohio d 'inef Friday evening! ,February 22. 'Refreshmentwill to the; rain was 1p1l1 JbjrElv-' preacher;author and lecturer. .'-Everybody !: algm, :He'quote*,reference e''t..,..if'i'S;:"' .
+. War ,.:.. Pas-i .In B e"'r.w'.Sahenai!* ,numbu attendafto. ; ,with. Georgia be served and .a'free nor Rosen and Bill Seel, with the b"r Jr most TvrdUlly,. invited t. met govemo -.of R..rgls.s.: i""' ."- .

Star Spanfled Banner..*_.....+4K1y Yaecotta'I, ?> f)1' \ ,: wW.oft' '__,_,, .. ',. '* .f' .(CaUa> ..4, .... face. ..."v.wC.*> hear. 'Dr*",McConneU. jr.aelr, '': : anal and. ot .t'p eaa eoatrws.."''t'fl >' (
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; . . . .0. "+ .o. . . < flondji'umber.d fifteen (15)) ) toTwentytour r..eorded In the Ptibllo tterords of Oa- BANKS- TO lJRG' NEW YORK-

4 j24).. .Inulualvo payable n ola County, Florida. In Mat Book tat EXPOSITION .
May 1. 1039.> i palO 41.; and alao the following _
: ,1 Legal Advertisements | Itonda numberfd Tw.nty.n'o (Iii) ,to p i-n. iinl property, .. the property ot BonN Let 'em
Thlrty-cfjvfn ( I7>, Inclualvu. iinyablo. j .VMllatn O Ki-nnoy. the rentlant. to. The Florida Development Boird .bu .' ,
May 1. 1H '.', ] will S work hut.... and l hatnvaa; I' requested the banker In Florida to .
.t . . ..0. . .Ooo..c- number
Honda Thlrty-ftlniit, (S11> two-horao WIIKOII : I mowing machine) 1May their New York correcpondent
,,10 1 rirty-llireo .t63)). inclu"l>'... payable rak.; 1 dow1' harrow nnd 1 lot of write I-
f; j IIJI''OLIM'UtJ\. Mny I. 11411. tin>l.. and (attn' ..I.I..meol. lo<'al..d on urging the officers and their oipppyees -
(' JtondH. numherod Fifty-tour (B4)) to I the NW',4 or the NI': '"( anil. the ISM) of! to visit the Florida State Expo Die
; i WHERKAH a p..thh.n'h".. bfenfiled lIuv""I! > -tlilef.. ((73). Incluaivu., ; payable the NKA of the NW'4 ot .Hvcllou' 23.: sition. Dusinesa firms throughout the 8
I f with the Hoard. or I'uhllo JnMtrlIetIOflz i'liv 1. 1D&4. .'" Ti.wnnhlii 20 /<..uth. Uunitr 88 ISimt of -
( ; In and for onronla County. Florida.Irned Hunds' (74) TiillnliuBcO" Mvildlan.)) I will on March stale also are naked to write manufacturers

c, .1 by ", hot purpoits to he more to One' huiul ml ((100)), Inclusive, pa)'abln -, Si.<.l. A. Il IIU4 lintweftl tho lowal hours 'and wlioleBalera In New
-. than twenty-five UIi% ) pel, cont" of th.. May I. IKS*. of I.<>. biforo C ho Com t UOUNO' door I York. with whom they have deal'ngt,
duly aunlltlcd electors residing .withinHprclal All H. provided In a certain rf.olu- : at KlMHlmmco Oiiceola Oiunty. Florida. Like Flies
Tax school Dlatilct( No.4. the lion of tIe, Hoard a/ J'uhllo Iiiatructlunt offer for unln mid tint Ilio Interest of calling to their attention Florhda'aaxhibitS4n .

..1, Kama "lng a conaoildatlon of: the DI... Oncfola. County, Florida' .u..d and "t.1 ilvfpn<1unt, lit above property to the.bitdt'i.t Madison Square Garden,

trlotH formerly known an numliera. 4, adopted. | Ihl.. 71h day ut February, ,4.. '. avid beat bidder. for <'*8h thutofi.i February 18 to 24.
t' I and 6. alsllnK-that th*v desire Die 1stnance U. IHJ4) Mftld rt-HOlutlon being publishd ) '. Th (lie XSIIl day i.f .Tnnuary XII. -
of bonds by ..*ld bpocliil. Tax In oiiiicrtlon with thin notice of I 1' ". 11124.! I... n. FAHMICM.rihcrlfl (5 '
Kchool District for tho purpiian of ao Ifctlun. '1'bo |ioll. will ojiun' atn..o..k If Osceols. County Florldn. Winter is the time to plan for: % ,

I quit-In bulldlnti, onlarKlnK. furnish- a.. tn. and rloae at nundown.. K:. I fly Itobt, Ciimphcll, II. 8. work In the poultry buaineaa.
V .1) Ins or otherwise Improving I bulldlnas, <>. Van Airiiow, John Mcl'hatloi' and spring

and arhool grounds fur th. oxclvmlvo 11 O Htanford. ha. ,'o l 1..11 appointed| | | 'O'r"'I'4 TO l'I"..UI'ron" I
use .( the public rice niliuola within lnnriliir| .-for solid c.I..Nlon. its I'onrt ..r the ('uunty "..eI.... ( ..e.olsnusty. hONOR ROLL ton TilE'FOURTII SO out of Every 100 Chicks Die
1 th. aald Hp..rlal Tax 8<'honl Plutrlct Hy urdur of the Hoard or Publf\< Inatruitluii <' Slate of Klorlda.Jn .

I and which Mid' petition further wot of OHCfoln County. Plorldn. I... Kulate of Oliver I" Taw. MONTCIpirnt U. S. Government figures) --
forth In uenoral tvrms th.. amuunt of I H. M K\T/ Chulrniitn.AltL dc..a....... (
.: lionda dralrvd 10 be lH, u<'d, and. tli. .t.; <'. 13 Yow..l 1 1 Huct \.. all r-rt-illtors, U.'nuU-m. nistrllmtci. Grade: Ehlelle Bishop lye

purposes thoienf, and that th.. procopdB t Humd of Public Inttiurtlont 1'1' Ii mil nil I I I I'erHonit ha\lnif I Cliilma I or Lou ("alter Lucite MeClemthan Betty -
deilved from th" Hale of .such '.........1" Cuutity. PlorMnSIJAI. ,I 'niniifln i allIlIIKIlId: KKtatou. : ; Smith Mary Jo You should raise 95 out of .
l bond* should I"' u.rd for I lie purpuselpet ( I .) 1/-61/ <: ,!I ." iinil .*".'ii ..I i \ou. an. hoitlty no- 1'lmy) Mary
l forlh In Nnld million.. andP .- Trunk Buidott Wright Verden P. rt-
tllI..110101 i ., "Ir..d to iitsfiit itnY. \' 100 Chicks if use
I r xvii 11FA. it hRa D"'('n mnoo i" .i|1'- In Circuit Court 17lh J lUlHl (Circuit eli, li.iM it"d ii...",. v*.. Im'li) you fit ridlt'( Earl Yates Jefferson! Yohn every you
: to the Konrd rtf I'ulillr IntunicIon I In .) for I 1"lo'lola. In
pear is" County 'lt ii. r of t'.u". sony, Tia\i atraiiiHt tn
I C 'oiiro Kcniint/ioji. David! Newsom.Rcj Purina Chick Startena. This
ti o( OKceoln. I'ountj. 'Ie.rhln. Ih tHKlcl t'hiticery. JHIIHH H\ Nnl* HIM! HannahM ,; tiltlIf I Slit i'r 1 1'. Ta'v it! i.< 1 1,1. '
.i 1 petition baa licen nlnnc.l by more" Kale. lilnlft.. ComplnlimnlM. VIMIHII .: of KlNxliiinu i.. OH..i.ola .'.'"uly. rldrlilii I Hudson, J M. Cooper J. D.:
than t..ty.n' (2l 5 %) per <.i-iit' of Unduly i....iir\ t-Jii11" ro\ o. ct il) Hi "i''I.-'t' ,l ti "Ilio! "ml' Kxittltllv: of Crumnlor) liillie Breaker Irvin Howi'ii. figure is based on the experience -

P <|U..llfl<>.l <'lec-mm rcMlrtlnK ult'iln lllll) lo 1 ,. nalil. Sprc-lnl Tnx Hrhnnl IHntilrt. unIt : Ito Stall* of .Plot''Ula 1 In! I Ilcnt" vHnt d.iff* lit I 11 ..r. of thousands poultry
It In U.....11'0' iin.l to llx' .he.1 l lntenit ...Iert", \.< 1f I Utliitc and I If 01"11.1), all I li.itnl J.inuaiv Kith. .\. T>. '1 "2-li Phillip' Moore Leroy Tu-
of mi $III ii,>irlnl Tax "Si hno I PI--l lnrtli n 1 trlct tnnt uxxincl l><* Hcqnin I il. fi..llKi' 01 1, t...n HI d or ot ht rw'IH.. in. r.-kt I'M: -<''iti1\ Allen livin-r Richard Crox- country over.
I a bull I Hill <*r Oum'iiniand |, Tyson
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:_ : 1 thtroon. iin.l furnlithol un.1 l ciiil 1'.1| l hoiflMHft, ,!l.sL,i 'lit*.il :Ntnii; .I" '1 MIIKi-; FOIL 11 Ml.K' \:I'I0Sirlal \ I I rot, l''i>rre*.t Hooil. Thalas Shipmnhiliiiuth ) ; Startena

} ,' for <""elu.I". .- .u*.. Ra u ,im'.illi' f, .. Stu.llwt <.v... If llInu. and it .1.,1* all I IN.. (iHi'ilfi I ;! I a'i""i.tun lit ..r 111, ? ) llunti-r Anriah Hunter, Purina Chick

chnot\ or M('I"i.l.l within I I vulil tllxtililan I'nrtl'fi ctihnlnf. I..i.-r. ate nii'l-5I i :XlniP ; : Inlillin. I I' V. I.Hid. flfflti at Illlll.H- Merritf I f S'h'lIder., }Rhudir Vickira, contains butter milk find r.
q t, .I""d. or Otto T \\ 1m \llli I I 1.... .1 Ian, 1 I. 1 l'i4 I I1'1'
; t I'",rI..oM, I In I tin l'rlllll'lly| ( I In UK.. Hill of ToniIlitlnU I :-'''' : 'Is h.nlij" nKin, that Mmi.1.. I';. Lniier.Second the other ingredients II
; NO'J'molt i:F"Hi 13.; un$ ITt UKHOI.VKl (in 1 h.,r, Inn flcr d.] H*.,.11.,1.! l IW , l 1".11". nf l..ouu Iminn 1,' (;Jrade! : Mtirllta "lenn: O'- *-

-, :() hy tli<,_.lluarJ\ nr I'ul.r.'' I itruction H tstrii Krt. It lUlnv ..n.I If d"I., I nil ,i\hf, ..ti linuaiv 3 14. ID*' !. in:idi, ...\n-I I niiniicn Patsy Johnson, I* .ibort I.reI that arc suited to the u PURINA ----
of .
tiartolH Cmmly 1..1.,1" ,I.trthH, claiming Int-r.ftH uiil'-r, lir. S
;, I 'to, at till.. the. llm nivctlnK <>f ....I.l I Itoinlafter ; Sct'ti| *' 'ii it, or .
t ; the ...., ..11.1 of mild pot It ion. Uii' l.r"Iy h, the Hill I <.f < 'ritiipl:ilnt I a..1.1 S. I'nnue 27 I.'.. 1':011:0: i IIIIKOI... ''Kluainth: Manacll. Ruth Forirus
bond In the mitn of one lltiii' ....i l it.-i-ci i tun fit,r. fleac-i'I ieI 1 ; KIU I I .,il,>,'tit 1.I in, ban fill) .il noil'-K" of Inn ", Blaiuhi* ( Cotter Effie Bepcher Marlin of the baby chick.
.' Thounand C 1100.00000) l null''.m ..r.' r. Si'ruMUH, It lUInK nnd If cl. ad l ull par- inilif. Thrie-Miir "Pioul' (, to i.. 1\1"1'1'1'1. I WITH KTTttuiu
;. "quired for lh. i.'' ...r lint tic ...... ret Huh irdsori. Krownio Carter I
puri 'iicniih tlalnifim lnt i tind.t 1'II".I..tI: I Ii lalin I.. the land ahuVe .iit'lI i .. | Peaccv..e
I xround roT (ho ennuiru< lion,, of i a UiilMIIIR 14i' i'u" (t... d Ii i.or\B*'d, 411 ..IIIO.rwl.. I ..* I In the r...... *flcik' Cliflill( ( "'"Iit 1. "it KIpsltntiK' c... I tiiulf M iller. Kleda Mae Sessions Don t Let Them Die! .!: :

.,1 t or \liulMlniro. .."d fur cnntOruttIu I I ; prof**.rtv }irs tho 1.111) <,f < ompl, tint and, 1.'J..rl.III.) ...r. tin. Alh ilauf .M.nib. I 1124lAlmaiit \Vill>iiiii Juhnf Ordia' JlahH Nelliiljv I' ':: ;"c"r.. _
the .
aaine. mid for f.I..h.1l1o11".1 horclnafto! r .ilonrrllii S J Si.rlll'f <" iitiniH IB \\ lftuMieHFrank '
"quipping' said. liulldlnc" or liullilliiKa. IKtnR1': nnd. If, aPt 1 uartlon ,'liiiiilnirliitiTt I tV.iea.. of l.nuihm* n. Ploi' Itlllllim VatcH, Marie Mole Carolyn Oalioin Order Chick Startena

,. for nxcluBtvptnn' an a pulilu I' .... "ta H J. Sc rutTKM ,deooAR' \\' 1\liilpli\, '. fit ; Ila/d Smith Koseland Neav-
.cbool. or H< hot.tft wit h In nil Id SixchilTax I or ""* In thA 1'1'0"1'1 In 11,.. nil)) I j 1loi'I.r.".1 I iN, K\,' .lyn New Nm. Elizaltcth: Mu-! of us to-day.

H'h".1t.lrh'I No) 4. Unn'olt i Ir Ctiinplalnt nnd. ) h,'r*'tnaft*'r dcnrrlbid | 1'.1.1' J. K... ti' of ..,..,Ugh..tjii. n. Plni Iola. I I II Kr : John
County Florida and tluit It I Ic 1ilra and the heirs.. deIHOI .. . It.t.y'Iay., Marguerite ,
'e. J : : : turnntct -urge 1" " ".01 II Ii. or I .ou 1 h,""'",,
bid and to the, I.'ut Iritirt'Pt of .anld 4>r ot JUT claimant* undo" Anton ; 1.-I I., Morlff Hansrll.

J IHatrlrt that mild hunilH lc IHRUI d porutiifr. <1......nrd. .. I In the fol low I n g 1'1' 'Idu.'H; ( lIHa; : r rnoM.M Third rade : KlorU) Sinquefield,
that anld horidn ahull !hr dnicd. Mar 1 II J.I J. PCI lid I pi'i>p,*rty. tr>-\\ It. j -:. it.
I 1124. nhnll I.., of the drnomlinitlun\ of ,I "I.| <.ta Thlrl."o3', ( KouiteonflO. I II .. ,1"I..r. Kathi'tyn Smith: James Parker. V..rlilt -
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? from tn. ( I Ik tn oiuIntmlifd' < lu(<) IMork) Two Hundred! .11.1! F'tuht KI..lm", ..... 1"1:0.: :! ':- :!4 \nl harper Edna Ployd, Hilda IlanII -
,1 Includli. BaM. hund. 'to l.-iir Inti'rest'j I, 2RO'" > of the Town of St. 1'iiMl.. I : IB h..h\' t.l\in, t ha tlie I'ltAoimnipxloii. '.. Margaret Trunck. Dorothy Kick
at the rate (if 6'" per c,'nt per iinnum (1"01.. ("ounl101'101". norordln I .. ,
gIn i H i ii' 't on 5 lIe' Ath dluf
t payable Hernl-annuallv' on the let diof >' the 80111. inolf. and Ininlinont I I... .5. I 124 and 1',1..1 t h.. f '11 \ ItiKix: liter Jo Horta Gili: "'- er, Mary Tuten, ::I06 ROAD\V A YTELEPIION"
May and fin the flriit ilny cif : .Lnnc'\n'\ :. ; : '
< I bar re" In inch and I I'lilt fif t ho nald Tow n 111)..d an<1 I Ii ",,t ru, .n t In Kdml. Huje Lnuii McWwtern. Rol.
year during the llfo of aild N..m-// tfinl(0} In the rtfftrp of I
the < !Iortc
[ \ A .\bliolt I He.idU
Ii Itnnda vhflll) mntiire Hnd lu'<'on>. nr tli4> rMrrult <'0' it I of <>n(',ola I'"hl; ,,,n MOM' .1I prt Ward<.!, Hub-t I Kc-n, Cljde Rot>-

bIn ... follow'H. to-wll fniint V. Si(4.( ( of Floild on th.3t .- I 1lh.1:, I Mli'n \1..1 I'Tll.
r Iton<1ff nutiilnrid; ,,ne ((1 > to: nix < 6) I Ht day'' of Aii.", iiKt. A. O I :'Mio tn I If.,_u li,. ..... II \1.0.-.1 Fiiurtli Grade; (:.>'il. oJack US YOUR NEEDS
i Inclualie pu > al I.i K> .t.y: 1. 1 I'i2illonnM !' I'lnl Innl: 'It.' r.LTfM 3:1I: ,,,.' :It.I I 1 I.:, II. A -- II. Mi.MdH.F i;; ; ;i I .
niiinlieitd I. ... v.... I7. > tn foulIron '_ Y..i". nn.1n. h of > on. "... ht't--t.v t.omnianiled I I 1".1 :M>)1. MOM.< uitt H.-.-. h'r. I Leroy Bur-

(1141 IntlniilM. '" y.hI' Mivl.1'14' : ; ') tml,, ijnlrrd I.., ont'i . I I., .....1..11. \ ,p'I: I''ied rouirli"! ullie K ir i-r. WiHi" ClanclieHiirv ,

.- twcn-fo..r HonOi ..u"'h.1, fltlpi' ( I IM) I'i lid dlof M irrh A. I II I 1124 I .<". m I I I :i .v :in, I : i' Mot i dI .1I I I Elizabeth: I 11'I'1reo. Hlene Dayon C'AI.L I'P! No. 21S (TWO-ONE-Kir. I IT)
424) InrltiHUe pnvabliMay 'In'\Inir tinllnleM, ) di\ In :Man h I 1'Jlito : I I",inn.,*.in .1 lolin* i : I In nl I I.oi. I ) lI
I. 1139HnnUS Vnjritiu :>
: th.* Hill of r-oniplitliit, Illid In [ his 1 I.ii: i In. i .I....I..n t'I ..o.I I nnah.1
nuiiil... 11 <1 tnIy-ih( i (211 I II I.l lthl'tjsexen > i aiiMiMitn... I 1'i\ai I ,,. I ; n" Mi\i I :\Iiriam i I I Hall I), M iliul! Join-. ,.

T May t I. 1V44. if!) InelunUi nayab'e. ** tin .lI"nnrlhl., : )". 4' n \ II' I Mill: 'MiHI.,. MllMilII ) Kinjr. Ixjitna Phiiliju' : Agnoi. \'rnon. ,',

i Ilomls numb,'rid liii rty-. IK. hi tis> I.. rtlfUfl and) lay' a.IIHITII.TudfTi a** lilk of ti,Ihiieof. lil i..,\f t'.uirt.. ii ''n. I \\ M 1"1" I II II (Olive 1 i Howcn J<".i.u' Mn> Griffin, AlKIIII I. Lei.1e: J."nrl'1111': I.anjt. Mary Frances I Ilarber Alberta' Hronion, Matwl
and II. I I I .
lil'i.i I K .1. .
: 1 II II v MOM
t l flftv-thrfi iTi.l ) III'luMI", l |".,.\ a bli. Miflfnfiiui \' ...rllrlnlnl, th..i.of. I IUK. Jxili .11I n ,.i, 11",1.1..11. ,..i .I I "I" Mn\ .1 il.1I t tt Yalc', Thelma" YaU'. I)on thAitfltr. >' : Smith Hampton Rowe, Ruth Kanslor. Ilurlon Holromh.
1. 19411. I 1'1h..r. A l I'. I I23.I.t. I Hianl I Claude, Tin- VioK-t McAMmtrr Robert Hoi- I Seventh
I I 'alt i \ .I I s 1".1 Walton, Vatci. (;raoe : Geneva Bwt.
HotiilK II rn..1 .It tevcnty-t, .,1 ((73) Int'Minivi. pay.-.t.. ft K nl) i ..'hl. ill. I" II,' .t "".d ")all, I Donald Stcinniuu. Irvin Puch corn)). (;luy Watson, M.irns Lee Yow DelU )Flcminsr Mildred Ughtaey.
i j L. O"I'HNTII'I'T.: : > i i. 11 I. ., ..
.i I 1.11""K 1 1''liiitn N N. 11 I alI i
Lr. May I I. 1964 I ID4 II Itullo |Ii. I' .lllllliH. q i M I. :tt.)"'llf Isaac Nettles Ch.."'clI Nelson, H. J.i 4"11.!! Jaunita Hall Da'e'! Padgett Bettie Mae Snyder KlitaWth surI -
-J Bondu nnrnlieredto eqvrntv-fnur' (74)) J.Hlnn; & $TEI\ ). .Inhn MrCu1-1 Sixth Grade Verna Aired Harry
hundred 'I-nnns) *' Motili I \n\c. Muller. Lloyd : fee. Jack Base, Frank Krit*.
p, blt one May 1. UU (100) InrluBltt ,paY.-. Hollfltnrp for "om"laltUlntA.: 4 -tlNOIMI '''osn..tMi:> H Mi, in. "Ilia.) J, j>rh. Ii'no\ Le(lli('lt<>r. Nona hell Beit Dale Robert Mach William Kichth: Grade : Wllla AIred Edith
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.-' BR IT FIIIITHHU It EMi OI.Vll\> Thai' -, --- - -- ,.m"* MIH, tl V. Mint uI! Maiuii 1 Califfher; Cecil I Baas. j Lanfr Lloyd UUHS Raymond )Dayaon BasH
; ; OK "' 1'1'1"1. *i \ "I'U'14 I i iH f i.rt--It" V 111 L _ .Moxeil.II Josephine Griffin, Donald WaJ
SI records this resolution bo rntorod upon the ;% I.K. I I I luirham) I.. F------: Miixtil Fifth Grade; : Annie, 10 Bass, Bill Jack Tntzke. Louiua Muller WilliamPrath..r. ker Ruth Straub. Hazel Hirtxel. Vir
of th.
Hoard of
J ,. atructlon of Oiiceola County.Public..Florida In- In thf Judicial rlrcuil, Ciiurt Clrrnll for the Sirntpentli I |1,1\ || C I It. M.l\.'<.lllifilllnx ()'Br> un, Alargarcl. Whidden. Frances I>ons liana. Tom Bell Cuthorine UTinia William. Franklin Hdwarda

,. anti that the same. be publlfthfd once nnd for OBC.f ola (".....nly of In Flnrldt Vh......01.In),. I '.in., I.Mrc..Ias.J. M .- M I In,i\ mlIHIIM 11! YO'II1I, Bessie Quirii. Audrey Hudson\ :! I Warinjf John Phny, Marvin I Bennett O'Bannon, Walter : Tytwr' ,,

( each week for four conaccutl weeks Laura n. Fox. tt al.ComplitlnantR iii/ati-th Bass Mj-riffret Watson Richard! Hilton Virginia Dick
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: vi. I Him.I i II. .l.i' 8 M Mn\ t) I'ett'r.ion'l Stanley.
tbt Kieeimmt.Vitliry; Onxttte. n I. H. I ngrurn., -t al. rtpxpiindf" Ii.. I!gg.'rsgI.-aa.:: i I-: I II MOM::: ::. of .
newspaper Rencrnl clrculntlon puhII.h.t .ForetloHuri. of !Mortpri.tff( Notleo ot S .llooiliill t1is. \\ _ \lfi\t I I
,. trie*. ) In all.l-
.4 l*> I lii.: underal'mt. nit special iff.r : MIH' I' I II I M I t\ il I IHI.willI .
/ Passed and ; lr -
February. 11114II Adopted. this 7th day of helitofore. appointed. 1 to. carry o thi I : :. ..lot-Il;. t Ii.. .,: I! - ----- -oii --- -
I. rum of tin Una) .
rtet reo tin. rein "- I I1..r..1 lIu..h..J \I. I H. i.l. I
I M K .\VTZ < I In I u' on lln> 30th .lay -
orUCU"I.. A. l I' W
I Hum ot k W. I In ..1.1i |
Hoard tif I'ublle I 1111111'11"11". i .nAttrHt I I I'l-'S\' Hint puiHiiant, to the tertiiH, of .I..rnl". ,, ,.. J"i S ii.l..hsoi. I''
-I : Oseoola. ('ollnt). FloiM'i an ,Id. I Dual) I d..rue I ,
iihall orr..r for wile ,
p C. B I 1 K.4.: Ii 1 MOM, il i il
(.S: YOVKLU 14ey and. Kill the Inten MB of ald, Hi.H'.Oll.l-| I I "Ii'Innulii., .Ii HMI. "Ii. t :\ 1 -
I ntH. n.H nald, IntiriKlH appeared at the) .
I lnhii :MoMil !
: ..tK"OI.UT'O'UPREAH % S fA I.. of I h. nWrllRR.. fon...loHed. In th i Minx, C.A.. Monl' '
nlio>-e styled. cauiiu. o-.I ; tho IHth I I I
:Mo\ftl> 1
\\ the huaVit. of I'ul.lle In day of AuK r atructlon of O eeola Coiifity. Florida time ther-aft.-r. In the :: I e. I
I .
!Mnrm .\ I I' _
I Hi ailMiMuhan
l -.ave thla day passed and adopted. 1 a cent,.." property located In 011"01.. ,
. .,. W. . _ 110'.1ollv. 1JDD6EBFOTI1EF5TYPE3
oertalit resolution where In It nnprarsthat County. Florida. viz; fAll Three ) .
r (3 of | .. James. 't------------ M",c-l
I -* Hoard n ,petition fflffned. baa been filed wltlmaid) HTock "U"' of Inborn f O'Noal'a Addi 1-nrker. "'. .F.. __. ______.__Moved
by more than finn
--. ) Twentyfv..ZI to the Town of KiHBlmmee Clt\ T'Itei.t* .tt. John. ___ .__..Moved ,'1" ' : .'
% ) per: cent of thn duly qua1.n.d ) Florida. ATSO -- : ;," .
: TloRln at, A 1'01"16.61 I \ ,
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j .J\Iovetlt '
.,' Tax Kohotil electors DIstrlcL.No.nnifJInH' within 4 of OnceoK Special chains Southerly of a point 8.62 'linInc(40tth Pilnirli', "'. -11.. .?.**.,..,.......*.....". ':I'ov..... : ? ;;'; ;' ;; \ : .
twenty-live doirreen. ten mlnutonVeet ] I SEDAN
I'rlnulfMIB' W, ... }ltnvtd ,
County Florida ill."tlrpOf' ,
for of oqulrlnir \ of ,
a point 11.40 chains Knst of '
'. 'ra ti,. Chan. ,
, liulldlnur, oiilarKlnK. furnish- the Northwest c-orner of I-ot Three| (3) ,:-I\f\\ : n.'''' i 'Mov.dN'nlt ,1\\% . _."
J. .
Inc or otherwise ImprovinK bulldltiMTs H. -.ajY3Mqvid! .: .
Uovernment Rur\ey In Section. Twin. ."J\.tt..T.\ It------- __. __ _ MovedStanle .
; and aehoul icrounda. for theosrcltis've. tv-two. Townnhlp) 'Twenty-i-\ .. Sm"h. .
; ) 5) I-,. Move.iMInhth.

_ ., iae the of aald thft Kpttlal public Tax froe Hilniul HI Iilntiltt within' low Itnniri' water Twinly-nlne' niaik :In, I. ,I ,,.. I'AllInaIlKoii ) K'. . 't..1:\.lo.! ....I I I A woman will usually admire one thing abouta

I In turn
10 point of "
Ii.-giii.z. '
andWHISlitAa i 11/1'
'III'r. U III if.iHoti,. :\1"1; ,
: : In ink) r.solution It fii' Nor'h..a..rl\' I..n g "in'h, ,Bide) of .
I ra I. .
\ r .1 =N MI l .
I the)' snpenrs that liondn of ..nlol I n "_ Itallinad llxht) of 'ua1 hrei. llundn-il) T iw' 4'iiu I '..r 1 h-it't\ i car and a man another, but there is one t
: : trlct In the) .um r>t fH'O.uooiu) ., .. T '-nvi' ,. .
: a: i "Miiulitid fiil > t 132 ) fffl Kidt to ....k. \\' \l.Klull.-y. .1. M! 1 I. I II..till) I .
for tilt* purposes net ftntli. In Tohopi kallun: tin',in. alfinif Inn, a. \\ iilli 1.------ feature of the
paid petition and said n.solution. nndfurther of L.nke Tohoppknllic: to Intfrneitlon r. ? nluniinlxxliiiii new Type-B Sedan which both f
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IK will :March) 41 ti
I.-it 1
flxen the rat. of \IntetiHl ti* b.' line Hint run Said laud 1>' Inu In s.II..n .... . .
7 ;\10!< |i In. to hi ttt nnd dtiiili' on su.nhf
paid thereon antl the turin whin 'tin Tw..y.wo. I I 1 122)). Tuw nMhli I ) liltlntB. |I'i"I MIN flilminu that .thtlvaniiH ... I admire equally and emphatically-its
2 principal and Interest t>f sild bondwould 'l'w.I .,,' v-fly, ,iJli south.. HniiKt* Tw.1"lIlne .',, - 11:1':. .. tu'.o I 11 I iinH.dfrotn
) btconie due nnd) )pajnhleNOW . I lit) .I-:".1 AU.SU All)) of >
the Id"lIon
.. <{ I TlortkM. exceptional driving
> TMbHUI-'OHIC: It U ....I red I flock: .t. and Hlot'k "M or i llenrj t I .1 I It (1I1.IIJoHT.: T'lik ease. 1
Xhat an elertltm be. told on the Ifth "
c, day of March. A. J.. IbH! "to"'lIln"' I KlBKlinnut$ ',:tt. 1-lurlda. S.ild Hill. toiour > -- - --- -- -. _- s .
whether or not tht-rc nliMll) lie InBued on ;the Srd lnv of
Starch A I> i This is due
I to a combination of several important
by laid
District ImndH --
In the mini of I'i24 to-vilt on the llulf fl-i\' In -- --- --- --
- (00.0011.00 a. protltltd In i mild. ) n-HvIn flllh lielween the I ) )lethal liourn of Hrtle., : i. I i

_ _ e tlon for the purposes" theietn .H..t I.In front of. tho Court Houiie door 1(1.- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS] ; ;; ; ; / improvements-a roomier front
forth In which election only the d Iv ulinnine. Floilda Tlie term of cab to i ,

_ _ qualified electors of said Kpei'lal Tax b,. CHHI| with thf. nil u i rein,'nt( of )pivinent .__ -_____ __ n__ __ '
fVhnol Illstrlct who ate /rtehold, In (anil, or deposit a. In m\' dlttcrrtlon compartment ; a readier clutch response ; a
ahall vote. The anld election shall ,In .i...m.. btKt at the limo of tnomaklliK I. nIR) SHERIHAt

'. held In the atoru room between Pat- : of 3.1.1.. I'urrliaHf. ) ti> pav fAr the solicitation of my friends I new steering wheel that offers a trim firm
rlck's Uarber Shop and the City Meat fleed. ). Till the I ft day, of Kubruary' )tave decided to enter the race for
Market In )Klstilmmf-o "Floi Ida. In ....1.1* I >. 1 1114. JOHN a CAIIFI.' A'I
-, district! and the pulls sh..I I> open at K Special Mantor I In Chanci>'. thenJT: of Ofceola county subject to grip ; and control levers that are ideally :
I. o'clock a.. m., and shall close at sun JOIIVSTHN \KRBTT.. I the results of the Democratic primary.

_ _ - -. down.Phatter II;. n Vans A nuw. John Me_ .'.-. Klnnlmmee. Florida I 1 I If i-'ecte' I I |)ledge( mys(*lf to use my accessible, yet conveniently out of the way
and II C. Ktntifonl. tire ai 1)polnt..d "na..1 for Coniplaltmnti' -4t i
best endeavors ti enforce all the laws.I .

_ r p._' .. IT IS Inspectora EIJItTH KIt:for OItl said. >FRiu election: that 1 1'.. Mar.t.n..dkoo;, ; -y. Klliaheth I -I llaldInx ;a "; ; :-- i I solicit the stippoit of the voters of I of robes and luggage.I. .

4 this order for election. nhnll bu pub MahnlalifKlnK. Anuli. Dtrnen.Oioriff .. Osci'ola count. .1. M. SMITH
F lished once each week for four successive Klfffer. Jai'ol. Kit tier Felix
I weeks. In The Klaalmmee Val "i..l7er. ITI'nnlo Kh./I"'r. Lola' l>nr- I St Cloud Florida. I
ley Oasette. a newnpayi-r publUhfd In. \\fim\ J\n \.hetun. Keo WheHton. ----- ---- --- --
Kiailmmots l.lllle r Florida. nnd) bring a nt n s- \\ hi.tlon I-a i. II Vheat.tiinrY.y ,. .
paper of general circulation. publlHhed \\heaton Me< \\he.iton. '
In said. Xpeclil, I Tnx School Dunlot Mm \llhi.le\ (Dufoith .DM r.. Mary Subject to primary June 3rd Thee Orlando, Fla. 4C.

44a.. IT 18 FUKTHKIt/ ; OltUKItnn that 1100, \Illlainfl) Allot I.lnn, Ilitxi: I l.liin. hereby announce thyself for Sher (ff 'j
-.. Chairman and Bet'retnry of this Hoard William I.lnn.. ChniliH. I.lnn. Mm .
do !clue and 'publish) a notice of snld < 'n>ia Shlnpauich) ) Mrn.. Jennie 111..- of Osceola County. If Sidney J. Cattsis

election In acc-ordanrp with' this .-...0- Who..1.11'.' Inn "' right, 11.-, .h..I I nominated for Governor Thee A. WILL I

Ft lution and order and thu Lawa of the ThonipHfin." Mr. Wylene Dnrnta i wants to be Sheriff if not Thou wilst ,
Htate of Florida Vt-rn livi.r, Qerll Ovej*. Ynlf) n>'(*i'. Osceola County Representative i
I 1>ONE AND OUDKItKP this 7th day l.<.f> Ii .lot. owell\ Hunt and l'h"M- restign. Thee haant no time to prowl _

j4.. of February A. D. 1924 ttr Hunt and all other p..r"'>nll In- around the County begging, pleading St. Cloud Fla.
II. M KATZhalrinan.. tiriHitd In Iota '15, is and 17 In persuading nnd licinp, ns other, ,
opponents -
Hoard of I'ubllc limlru<'tlon. Hlork 74. and Lots. 10 stud II\ In
_ _ I e Attest* Oftceoln CnuntFlorida. Hlofk) 329>> of the City. of St. Cloud. to get votct. Thee makes no I
C. B. YOWEL.U Sctv. Florida : promises-for the benefit of would-

You nnd each of you will pleane take be hypocrites. Thee Refers to Hon.
: KOTfCH! OK Kl.KCTION "....:t.I"I. '('.4k notice that petition ha. been lied In I Thomas W.
''''11001. UIMlltlfT !", n. 4. <>S(.KOI.A thin Court l yV'. IJ Crawford Admln- Hardwick. Former Governor -

COUMT1. KL.OHIU4. iMtrator. praying nn order of thin Court of Georgia, Atlanta. Ga, H<--n.

; ; <' - that he b. allowed to take ponHttaiilnnut ronjrrcssman) W. W. Lar"cn, Dublin) .
NOTICE; t I. hereby Kl\'''n that anoUctlon the real I mtitte rplnhefore dencrlbtd. I Ga, lIon. II. C. Hammond.
-, will l be hi.Id In th(. nti.ri- Mini. nil pi monti nam<'d nnd all other Augusta, J
C room between Patilcka Hnrber Hltop pelKiuiH, lliteritfd ar, leqtllitd to Ga, and) Hon. R. N. Hardemjnn .j,

if. and the City Mini Mnrki t In Knlmmtie | np|>t.ur In 'IhlM Court on February 16th. Ixiuisvillp! Ga. After March first a

In cvaia.. County ..I..ld", tin I 1124, aiifl chow cnun. if any then. h... copy of thy platform tan be obtained
.- same being In Hl>*>clnl Tax /$hool inntrlct why Haiti ,petition. should "...t"e\ granted nil
_ No 4. on the IMh day '.r Mutch i rt filling stations. Drug Stores and I

t -f-. A. D. lftS4. to determine \\liethir 01. 1 >ine, and flrdred. nt. Klaalmnreo.. I j I I Post Offices in said county,

'- not there ahull he limucd liy until DieS Florida thla January 10. 1S24 I I YCUM Respectively:
,S ;1 trlct bond in the aura of " C81':41.: ) N T U COMKR.
for lh. purpo.(. of acquiring xround.) 'County Judge. Oareola Count, Joseph Alexandra Lee Glaze,

) the ronatructlon of a building' or 5tc Florida.In Kenansvcille, Fla
bulldlnw thfrtjoti. and for furnl riln.. -- --- -- --- -- -- -- -
( and equIpping l<1 building, or 'buildIn Circuit ( -
uurt. for the 17th Judicial TO WHOM IT MAY ,CONCERN
ira for " un. aa a public. freenchool Circuit of the $tate of Florid In and
t -
) ot: achoola within said UI"lrlct'j for Usceola County. James B. -
t' ( Only the duly qualified; elcctorn of aild I plalntirr. "... William U Kennev.Dopier'di.. I will not be responsible for any

-, ;r District' who are frae.h l lrra ahall be I fendant \ltsrhment do mcgee IUoo..n'l( bills or debt.. contracted by Mrs. Alma v.a -
entitled to votf The aald bnndi nhdll Notice of Hale TO ALL WHOM. IT ', Griffin Bullock. a-, C- -

-.& t badatad May 1, 114 o..n.. b ceh.of.htli MAY OOVOI.UN; : Notice Is hereby (riv 10-4t<<1 II. STANLEY
.denomination $ .
o en l,y the uijderslsinrd. ... HherlfT of ..
., bear Int..t *t the rate of &V4. percent Osoeols County, Florida that' pursuant -----

.i 4' per annum. payable avml-annual. to s writ of cfcecutlon Issued. In. the I It may sound wicked but catching: ,
ly. on the lat daya of May and Noreml ni.otcause
I 1 did In Osceola County! and murdering the of the I
bel' reapectlvely, of each year and Florida on the 11th day of January. ; porea fungi

., "-/* hall'mature and become due and payable 1914. l..vy upon and take under said which cause diseases in the grove or -

. as followa to-wlt '- writ of execution. the Interest of Wil Orchard is the best way to prevent A
Von da numbered One (1)I to Six (C). liam O Kenney, the defendant. In the these diseases. Do it when ... C -- I. .
noh1V.,. parable Mar 1. 11*.. they are '
) following
deaerlbetl property, lo-wlt : .
Dond. H ven <7f lo Vou.rtreri Ixit I of liloclc II.. according to the taking their winter nap. A sharp / ,: I

>:; S- Inclusive. pajable fay I. fist of th. .uhdIvIssIo \ of Klsslmme. knife or saw and a spray machine are . ,.. ,.. "

:|. 1M4> .h... I'arU, Usceola tiouaty..r Florida; and the only weapons needed. '. ,,1' ., "
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-'> -.' .....,KISSIMMEKYALLEY...GAZETTE,,. .FRIDAY.-jrEBRUARYlli.:. -im ""fl'R, !:."'

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LONDON FIRM 13REMOVING I ,' -1' : ,,, :_ ' :' : r ,,
SIGNS ALSO ,j.:Pertaining Churches I : '


The London Times of recent data FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Feed your little chicks on Red Comb;>> fine feed 'j

contained of the* Urge British display Petroleum advertisement Co:, Rev.. Walter. a. Knight Pastor ;My home at, corner Hughey and. South Vernon : and Starter and watch them develop into strong, ,

Let, stating that for come time their "9:45 a. m.-: Sunday. 'Sehoo1.. Carson Streets Two story house thoroughly modern healthy chickens. This' grade' 'of, feed is proven to
fflcers ibava recognUed the 'growing; Farmer, superintendent. *.Classes be the best by test. A complete line of feeds and at
;j. public fettling against the me of road for .ill ..... and
price reasonable terms to suit purchaser. A
*tgn* In rural, district, and in sym 11:00 a. m.-Sermon \>jf pastor; I the right prices for cash. Start the'habit of paying

r pathy'with that feeling have begun Subject: "The Boy Who Went To I real home at a real bargain.W. . cash and watch your money go further and your'' '
removal of their flgns. which will be .
Bed and Didn't Wn.h Ills Feet"
continued until the wlhe.'of the rub. "'Chl! Sirattest Pupil In Oiceola H'gTi!'or bank ,account grow., 'Yours to serve,

lie In this respect have been.completely School. Who ft This Pupil A B. CRAWFORD, Orlando, Florid i'
natisfied. Heart to Heart; Talk to parents, chi!. CASH FEED COMPANY PHONE 12 t tj

dren. and young peoplo. -.. ....
0:80 -
7:30:: p, m.-Senior B.' Y. P. U. --- .. -. .. .... . .. ._, .. .- .-_- --ems------ ---- V
p. m.--Popular Evening Evan. .
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NEW VIM FOR WEAK ,lictic Service Subject: "The 2:30 p. rn.-Fridays: Women's Bible prepared an Ulu rated lecture on 1_
Greatest Factors of History: -The study. All invited. Send in prayer highway beautification which will be -- J
Cross of Christ, and the Mothers of request available to organizations, or
THIN PALE WOMEN Men," cr "A Tribute to tho' Mot'hers Communion service first Sunday individuals clubsl 8h to further this
of KicBimme'i.!! Coir.e With; us and bea each month foreign Missionary offering movement by showing same. The cir
/nr OL enjoy your work and have child again. taken second Sunday each culation of the lecture has bB*n os- J. CLAY
I your share of the pleasured 7:30 p. Wednesday.. Prayer month at evening service. eral extension Division, Gaincsvil'e, -
JL of life get rid of that rundown nice-tint \ Christ says: "Go ye Into all Ihs Florida who will furnish it upon request -
feeling and. enrich your thin "You will like th's church. A welcome world and preach the Gospel to every in his rcpuh'r educational Ferv-
blood. Begin right now to taka us cordial as sunshine awaits creature.". Mark 18: 15. ice or on special orders at cost of Oarage and Machine Shop
Code's Pepto-Mangan. It will help you. I signed to B. C. Riley, director of gen- I'
At -- No Hard Luck for Him
you wonderfully. your 11(importation on the slide
gist'a, in both liquid and tablets. SECOND:: BAPTIST CHUKCII The colonel l had l been informed of 1he*committee. will co-oporatc with jCiff3TiPlTff3CffiffFrff *lL'" i'MTySUCCESSOR _
Free Trill Tablets' Xo- foryou....It - two simultaneous misfortunes in tho oth> r agencies in the state in furthering TO CLAY A THOMAS
th. Mi-ulldlne. Rev S. I. Smith, Pastor .
family of hn colored orderly, and
>. : National Garden Week, April
vain*Of Ruddy l pto-ll nr n. writ twUr '
for 5STOUInn Trial PiMJuw of TablvU.. Brad 9:45: ; a. m..-Sunday School.. R. A. was surprised to find him apparently ,20 t ty( 26, and it Is hoped that a la g'
" M -Ji.t B.m. and ddr.M to Bowen. cupetintendcnt.I as cheerful as ever when he returned i number of communities will arrange Farming Machinery,
J. Co.M Warraa St.. N. Y.
to duty after a brief furlough home,
rto stage flower shows during that
:00 m.-Sermon
: a the
Gude 8:30 p. m..-B. Y. P. by U. pastor. "Well Sam" remarked the colonel, 1,week. Plans should' he made now for Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt
"I am glad to floe you HO cheerful
7:30: p. mNo services. growing plrnts and flowers to exhibit;
7:30 after BO much hard luck. in the local
Wednesday. j
p. Prayer "Who, me, suhT No suh, Ah show.
peptoM.anganT meeting --

and Blood Enrich PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH "Why, didn't you tell me that you IN AUTO ACCIDENT
wanted that furlough because your |
Rev. W. II. PrescTTo. D.. Pastor wife' had been injured in an automobile ale-- -
accident and brother was C. R. Jones, of Campbell, was pain .
m.--Swu n.y your fully injured about the head and ._ _. r
9:45: a. School. Prof.D. In iail on a charge of"reckless driv-
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.00..4000004000 0 I shoulders on Saturday evening when'
B. Shaver in?
: DR. R. J. DENNING + 11:00 a. superintendent. "Oh, ya.suh-hut dat's lair the Ford coupe in which he waR driv- the Ford coupe and rolling over in W. H. Jones, the local truckman
: 1I1.MomlnaWClnhip." yaisuli J ling was struck broadside by a Maxwell the ditch some few feet away. Mr. was notified Sunday morning anJmade
Subject: "Rooted by the Rivers. hahd luck not mine. And Sam
DENTIST truck six miles south of Barton. Jones was helped from under tha car the trip to Bartow, where with 1
Pestofnee 0 Special music. went whistling he polished thecolonel's
4 Over the 8:00 on as Mr. Jones was driving slowly in or- and was in a dazed condition for overa the assistance cf several men he
4 OFFICE HOURS: 4 deavor.: p. m.--Jllnlor Christian En-. puttP4.'R.-Exchange. der to make the the turn which is a half hour. The Ford coupe was loaded the damaged car on his truck

8:00: to 12:30: 11fOffice 1:30: to 6:00Residence .. 6:30: p. in.-Senior Christian En INnrSTRIAL"LECTURE: ; ON double curve or letter "S," and at the !completely demolished, nothing of any and brought it to the home of C. R.
4 deavor. HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION southern point' of this curve the Maxwell value remaining except the motor and Jones, at Campbell.C. .
4 Phone 158 0 7:30 - truck is alleged to have been the tires. The front wheel of tho .Jones is emp'oyed at the
44444 a 4044004444444. .. : by p.the m.-Evening Service."Take Sermon The Florida Development Board'sKtate driven nt a speed exceeding the limit, I truck was broken and the damage es mills of the Candler Lumber Company p
-- --- psntor.
0440'004'-- - >004'44'440444044044aa Up Thv Red and Subject. Music: by beautification committee has by J. G. Wandt of Bartow, striking timated to be $15. as a sawyer

the orchestra. /
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i MILTON PLEDGER 7:30: p. Wednesday. Prayer Y
t and Bible; service
ATTORNEY) : AT LAW 0 4:00: p, m.-Thur'diy Worn i* \
(0 HISJMMMKi! I':, "'I.OIUOA. Teacher
vLir440 7:80:: |I'. m.-Fl'idlY. Choir prac-
: ra0444040444440400 t're;

a44o440o040a444ao44a V;>itnrs will find R' rorilml] welcometo They Paid $2009000,000for

< (i KttlHUS W J B1EHU i a ho tic like churc


Attorney"* and Counselor at Law Rev John K. Philips, D. D.
4 Kiscimmee, Florida Studebaker cars last .
a General Practice in all State and 7:10:: n. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer year
a United States Courts Meeting in Bungalow
00440440440444440444 9:45: R. m.-Sunday School. J. L.
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44444400400440400400 I Overftreet 11:00: a.,m.-Sermon superintendent by tve pa torSu'Ject. Find out why folks did itLAST r
n I' OAHItKTTJohnston .
: : "Heaven. Special mu I I'
(0 & Garrett 7SO: p. m.-Sermon by the pastor.

a ATTOR1'-nf."J'ICES;1 >: VQ..T-LAW: .0: Subject First of: "A Sundav Picture Evening of God's Series Love.! year 145,000 people We spend $500,000 yearly on and Then on some steels we pay. '

10. 11 and 12. Osceol Bank 4 Tourist) Nijfbt. Center of church raseived over $200,000,000 for engineering stall: There are 125 makers a 15 per cent bonus to
(. HuiIJmcKIHSIMMKK. 4a for visitinjr frierd Rill Call' in ry'
Studebaker cars. skilled men employed in our deinsure exactness them.
KIX)RIHA 4 of State See that your church: is i iI
44440400440044444404e represented or leads! Orchestra, and The demand for these cars has partment of Research and Ex- .
..OOOOOO.OO..OOOOOOoO u' I BjxvUl 7:30: 1 Mid-week almost trebled in three years. It periment. They make_ 500,000 Every Studebaker car isTimi i

STANFORD prayer service.Dont has become the sensation of Motests per year. ken-equippcd. The Special-Sue {
e II. CLAY .1
forget the Sunday School. tordotn. and the more
We employ 1,200 inspectors. Big-Six have
REAL F..sTATE. RENTALS and especially the Men's Bible Clan
AND INSURANCE + _M The Booster Club. 65 new en- There is new situation in the Each Studebaker car must; pass Timken bearings than any 'carselling' I'

4 Over Bank of Oaceola County rolled.Sunilay..We Come are, and expecting brirg 50 least. e ; fine-car field. You should learn 30,000 inspections. during manu-. under $5b00in'America. ,
FLORIDA' ' .. "t: what it means to you. ,'On' The Li ht-Six more y
than un'y competitive,?/
ttOooOOOOOOOO+ : Rev. W., O. Hornbaker, ., B. D., Pastor Studebaker had to :' ',1i.p.;' ''':,J -, : r t''i''' '" 'chr'within' $1,000 of

I ELLIS F. 'DAVIS : 10:00n1"- :--.Bible School. C. E.iowell lead in this field. This Learn Why 145,162 Bought its'pride.facture .
o* ATTORNEY AT LAW superintendent. School graded. e
Office' Good instructors. hearty welcome concern has led in its '
J 8t deb k in 1923.
Kfk" of OOOK.U County UnlMCivil [ U a ers 0""
4> I lb..rrrr i rli-lmjil extended you. Men's B hi* I, lines for two gener- We use genuine, ,
PrortU-v Class will be organized. Coma and
(0 KIIRIMMEL: : : 1r1ARInA J bring a friend ations. Any other Studcbakcra hold the top place in the fine car l Isrlhrr: upholstery.

OO.OOOoOOOOO.O OO O.OO 'I II :00 a. m.- Morning: worship. place would be un- fold totiiy.I'i We use Chase Mohair -
....t 'oQooao.oo..ttO Sermon by the minister. Subject:
fitting. 1919.; the public paid over $80,000OCO for 39,335
for the closed
: "Weifrhmir. ChoIr will sing Men ::
: LUCILE JOHNSON J ,.,+elH"rhn> "The Lord Is Mindful of ; This is how we be- Studebaker cars. upholstery.1 Some '.
-- -- Hi, Own," with bills solo by Mr. the world's In 1920, the public paid over $100,000COO' : for 51,474
4 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 4 Stump. came good upholstery
&iudttbagei: curs, an increase of 31%: over 1019.
eo PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 1\:10::( p. m.-Christian Endeavor. 1 largest builders of would cost $100 less.
CLAIMS HANDLED 7:30: n. m.-Preaching: service. Subject In 1971, the public paid over$1 UJ.:> oOOO for 66,643
4 STATE BANK BUILDING :. "Joseph a Slave." Special! mu- quality cars. Sttidstaker: cars. an increase of 29% over 190.' !) To curb vibration, i

.O.'IO'OO. oOt'O'O'O.OtO I sic.4:00: p. Wednesday.. Bible Stud $90,000,000 assets In 1922 the public paid over $155.000,000 for 110,259! we machine all sur- t

..toOOOOOOOO..OOOO..OOOtO y' doss for those unable to attend in Studebaker cars an increase of 66% over 1921. faces cf crank shafts, '

n 4n M. TILLER : ,the eveningTourists especially in- Studebaker has In 1923! the public paid over $201,000,000 for 145,162 'was done in Lib
vited. $90,000,000 of assets. Studccaker cars an increase of 32% over 1922.
: Real Estate Agency : 7:00: p. m.-Wednesday. Bible Stu- asertyciirplanelvsotors.! I .
dy. Choir rehearsal at 8 o'clock. Of this $50,000,000 In 1924! business has opened with/ Studebaker .
----- I Veryfewcarsdowtit.
FIRE. LIFE. AND ACCIDENT 1 4:00 p.' m. -Thursday Junior is invested in modern never before. .,
INSURANCE Christian Endeavor. Miss Edith M 1ler 1- pJantsandequipment. Learn whyall these buyers! preferred Stude bakers. ''
How such ?
INDEMNITY BONDS I superintend prices
4 0 i 7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir rehear We have spent "
.OOt O ....O. .OOO..OOOO, ,al. All members of the congregation $32,000,000 for new How can we give !
who sing urged to be present.
't I i'I Visitors Invited to all service plants and equipment such extra values- :" ;,

: P. A. VANS AGNEW i i iI Church study telephone, No. 269. during the last five years. So before-leaves the factory. scores of them-yet sell at our .. '

ATTORN'I\T-AT.LAW\: 1ONFiCEA I ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH they are modern and efficient. Those enormous facilities enlow prices? !

I I II II Rev. Albert New, M. A., Rector They contain 12.50O up-to-date ablcd us to produce the utmost in Because these values brought : t

.I WI.tu PsrkFloridaKiSSIMMEE ,I m.-Tb; machines. a ecu And we had the will to do it. us buyers 145,000 last year. ;
8:00 a. Holy +
10:00: a. m.-Church School, in the We have $8,000,000 in dropforge The major extra costs are di- :

PLUMBING Parish House. plants, $10,000,000 more No stinted costs vided by enormous output. :.
11:00: a. m.-Spec'al;' preacher: The ;
Reverend S. D. McConnell, D. D., in body plants. So we build comWe never stint on costs. Every Let us show you the extras ,"

SHOP LL.D., D. C L. plete cars without paying other steel used is the best steel for its :you get, because of these matchmakers i

Nothing Too Big Mission 730 p.and m.-sermon Closing by Service Mr. John of.. the W. profits. purpose regardless of the price. less facilities. ; i

Lethaby. ;:
Nothing Too Small 7:30: p. Wednesday. Litany t. 'b
and choir practice.
Everybody cordially invited to all ;
All Work GuaranteedTo i our services. LIGHTSIX SPECIAL-SIX BIG SIX r

Be Satisfactory CHRIST'S CHURCH 5-Pats. 112 in. W. B. 4O II. P. 5-f
(Pentecoatal) d .
5 Broadway Telephone, ] .. 143 Brock: Street, at Oak Touring $ 995.00 Touring $1350.00 Touring $1750.01 !' 1

I Rev. R. D. Walker. Minister. Roadster ((3-Pass.) 975.00 .' '
Roadster ((2-Pass.) 13 S.OO Speedster (S-Pass.) 183S.00
Residence, Brack and Oak. Phone 826 Coupe-Roadster ((2-Pass.) 1195.00 : t
Coupe ((5-Pass.) 1895.00 Coupe (5-Pass.) 2495.00
Coupe (S-Pass.) 1395.00 :
9:45 m-S-day;;;; School classes {
1M a. .
1485.00 Sedan 1985.00Sedan 26SS.GO .'.
Sedan -
cm for all ages Drfnlf"the family Wm. t
Milar superintendent. .I

I. .1.:00.\1-Dmlle..Worabip.: Sermon ' 1924 MODELS AND PRICES-A o. b. Factory. T....... to meet your ftDJaDCe ... ... t '
by Rev. R. D, Walker. .
MlAJ'JmJ! I r i7:00: : p:. o-IYoanR'( ( People' Meet .
? ing. tlntereBtln subject. KISSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY .
7:30p..m. -Divine Worship. Invaprational \ .
Free \ MLt"'slid' t ( Singing:: Praise and Testimoepl' Kissimmee Florida ' .
,KT.Bi D. Walk- 1. -
Sermon .
I V ... .. _. .. : ; ti '-.e '
4Vegciables t1 i .7:80p!'' rill i =Taeed aji: Bible St"d:, '5 1 i S, I ". f'.#I. , .H 1 ,'" ' ..ttt '..Ir' ,,' "'" .,': ..

'' .-:: .,' I Teaehln.Sermon bypwbpJJiPentecoaUI' : Bible. I ,, :THE WORLD'S :LARGEST PRODUCER- OF ,..': QAL'tY. 'AUTOMOBILES: r

'Phone -rT'' .1. 7:30':', WeeVlyHealing. twin ": fc* / ->* '> __. _ __ _."

"" 'rl'.a.e .."and .. Bible.Teachlnj.: 1" ... .- .'"' do /,. -... ....".

Jrci..'.. ''I ',- ..
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I.t ........ ....... .. of this county ever heard of the town I 'I LOSES CITIZENSHIP BY Lean" T. Driv. A; Car

VALLEY GAZETTE> I p of 'Floradelphia," .-which was the I CLAIMING EXEMPTION A motorist gave an elderly Louisiana
selected these Philadelphia farmer a rid In his car. It
n' name by
; PUBLISHED DTTHB I J THE .: capitalists and early developers of I I Declaring that the man had! failed when motor. cars were rarity' and

;r KISSIMMBH VALLEY GAZETTE I Ii of their in a critical test of loyalty, Judge L. the farmer who had never
Florida for the name propos- a car
... .....
00000.00 .
I revoked
B. Day citizenship papers)
i\ KVKRT FRIDAY 1 Jed town by the banks of Lake Rosa. before was tremendously Impressed.
K1H8IMMKK. FLORIDA. II A man In Arkans .'lound that his lie. That was during the days of the I granted Frank "Kubes, dung To Impress him still more the moter.

.,4'' W, n. HAnnis .__..........'.r...i u>iuB. cow was not giving the usual amount Diiston drainage 'development ORANGE BLOSSOM LODGE No 80. for, exemption as an alien the 1st 'put his foot on the ras, and for 6
O. VANS AONFIW--.Secretary of milk and decided that some thief *, Another enterprise, the ..outgrowthof F. a: A. M. World war, Judge Dys positionwas or 7 miles they tore along like the
/t ALLISON T.'' KKKNCH..........Bdlt!: rrBMrHIITO was milking her. He removed the this, was the settlement of "Cin Meets First and Third Monday Even.Ingeeach .. stated following discovery that wind .Then something. went wrong,

w MATKHOn cow to. another place and put a male'. cinnati," Florida, near the site of month.. Fraternity Ha'l. the man had used a foreign allegiance with the steering gear,.and they ran

Copy One Year..............$2.00 with a cross-grained temper in' her what is now known as ''Hesperides.: I J. L. Ovetllt.reet..Wor.hlpful Master to escape World/ war service though into 'a tree but no harm was done.

On One. (Copy bay,, Three Bin Month", Month___.._......_*...._...- 1.00.SO stall. The next morning he got mfr I A few families of Ohio peope..smiaht W L. Bullock..i..Secritarv he had testified he had not claimed The farmer and the motorist lit light
milk and smiled with grim satisfaction be inferred by the ambitious\ Members requested to bo present and exemption ly on the bank of moss. The car seem
Entered lit tho powtofflcn lit Klmilm when he found a man's hat and name, settled in Cincinnati. Neither Visiting Brothers welcome. The Omaha jurist has been an ardent ed unhurt., "Stranger, that was fine ",
W mve, Klurlitu, ... ,.ctcond-clam, inatt<*r.) a battered milk bucket in the rear of .enterprise ever bloomed into a town. friend of aliens who served in said the farmer, as he got up and,
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All communication. except 'from uthorlivil the mule. Ho had won a victory |i Among those interested in Floradel- the United States forces with honor, filled hid n'n"We sarttnly went the

i I fI wn.r..pondonlll. mum be signed etrol justice had been meted out pbia in 1885 was a Doctor Herron of and has obtained citizenship for such pace. Tell me this though, strange

Ri.Jected inn r I ho will w returned If and the donkey didn't mind it a bit. .i| Washington, D. C., who was an enthusiast men in several casei theArierlcan -how in heck do you stop her when

i rnll" l forForrtitn Stubbornness on the subject of makingpaper : lsrt i1 << Legion. His decision in the there ain't no treel?"- Capper's

- -.. I I When persons! will not listen to from the leave of nw palmetto. Kubes case that oho who sought ex- Weekly.
a AHvcrtlalnff Pf-i! r* I reason! they Are railed stubborn. Men He carried R samplq of this paper I('111))1 Ion is not (fatted to become a c't'-

{ L_ Ah'LRICANI'HCSJ.S3OCIA1ION: I ( may romp'ami men may gt but t'-e with him which had been cic-'S(!ri I ran III i reifnrdel ns strict adherence tl:> Quality Tlus Servico in Commer.

--.. - .---- --- --- ---- -. I i"e of the same mini I forcr. ATiontJn ( many times without. breaking! a-d it I. O. O. KOsoool.i ; principles of Americanism. vial Printing at The Gazette Sc

: FKIDVY, rKHKl'\KY! 15. 1921 reifrhliojs the stubborn man has nppiared superior to the bent Im'n
---- -- ) hiijwnvV' In toughness of ber. Ifs hope I r.odo No. 74, 1 1. O. O F. -
the 1"1>111111 ion rf being "sot in paper : I _
and! Ills <"iv( of mind !is MI li to_jjf:rt: northern r.'tp:talists ; l j jin enacts! every Fndly ev"sing i.t Kia- -

i. 1 (lint ,h", glories( more in I Hint distinction pulling in a plant in Florida foiV ternity IIi.ll.O. I lienutiful Yard Splendid Neighborhood
.er m ewes+ppr ry yj f limn In 'helnir appointed,1 poundmlll'I..I' the manufacture of fIne writing paper 1 H. Vammnck._ .Nol>'c (;':111.1 I
:Milton Pledger _ .. :SetrttHry i
from the! lei\es of the
It does not take nny brains! saw p LET ME SHOW YOU
to be hlu\b'f'n., Perhaps th->t stit"- proposition looked quite il Brothers I _iin1V. :::Itoiio. .' I I

I ment needs to bo modified; it dace to us for the supply of i.iw fl'Rgi..l"l 1\ i

take some brain,- Trot not a whole in our neighborhood was \' "AN IDEAL HOME"V

L thimbleful; duct about enough to cover dant I !,

a shirt button. The great function Another item. in the same pape I < Block:-3 Blocks from liusincbs Section,
of life such as farming, invention, gives news of an important change in.
,, medicine law, love poetry and lying ,. the shipping facilities: rah 4 TilE PRICE W1LLL SUIT YOU .

r nil) require good sized bumps on n i "A temporary station' will be opened
N NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION I fellow's top-knot, but stubbornness I ot Fort Cummings at a point where Sam L. Lupfer

''I MEMBER No. 7671 I I requires oven less than coming in out the county road crosses! the "nrilrnadj .

of the rain. ,j Freight for Sanataria, Bartow, Fort
: |
"How far is it?" is the first. question A balky mule U supposed to he the' Meade and nearby !southern point Ideal location 8-Room Eloise

the prospective buyer asks of the Incarnation of stubbornness, and with should be ordered by the St. Johns O. E. S. I
real estate man who wants to show River Kissimmee No Older :I .
Chapter 62
pood reason for when he makes! up j I route from Jacksonville and ,
a} him a suburban home or know a farm how far I I his alleged mind that he won't move ,I South Florida Railroad. Greater dispatch Eastern Star meets Second end I -- .-.- _. -- .- _. -T-----
want -- -
He doesn't to Thursday -- ----
it is in miles, however. lie wanta to forward another ;tep-why, he won't, i'I and cheaper rates can be secured Fourth evenings at Fraternity i I
that's all! He braces himself and all by this than shipping to Cedar Hall. '
know in minutes or hours. "It IK '' Mrs. M. Kntz______ Matron,
Keys and boat
of the prodding in the world won't make to Tampa and then --
minutes from the corner
him, budge. Kindle fire under him overland by Wagon. Miss Elizabeth Doneg-nn___Secretary I
the a
Main and State Streets" tells .
tory. "It is seven miles out" does and his lovely ears will flop in an agitated I A most interesting thing in con Members and visitors are requested to be present POLL

not. For "seven miles" may: mean I manner, his wicked eyes! will nection with these old news Hems of cordially invited. ,I TAX NOTICE

seventy minutes, if the road is poor, gleam with suppressed deviltry but the early eighties is the names of i The following: signs can be purchased -

whereas "thirty minutes" is definite.A I he don't take a step forward. lie will some of the would-be towns,, of that I' at The Gazette office for lOc eacn: ,i

man has only so much time to'' step backward or sideways enough to time. There are Sanitaria, Floridel-j' Rooms For Rent; Furnished Rooms

\ spend. Ho cannot add to the number: clear the fire but not an inch forward. .lmhia{ Cincinnati Fort For Light Housekeeping; No Trespass ..
1 t of minutes in a day, or the number of I He has decided not to and by Bethel. How many could point out I ; For Hire; No Smoking; Far
l days in his life. Therefore, he wants the Great Horn Spoon he won't. these places now? That was before I Rent; For Sale. .
C to use as few of his minutes in non- 1! A farmer weir once driving hors to I j the day of Lakeland, Winter Haven

productive, unnecessary, and unprofitable [ market And when they came to a ,, or any of the ridge towns. Where I Gazette Classified Ads bring large I
'1 effort as pomible. '. wo'.,;len! bridge about thirty feet lon I|i I the land boomers had planned cities returns for a small amount of money In order to qualify to vote
\ I It is for this reason he wants to one 0'" porker !got his bristles! up and in the old days there is wilderness I'p..nt. as I
know the distance from hi* new homeD determined" not to crocs that bridge. I I I and' the sand hills they scorned are !!! -

; and his office or business in terms of The firmer and his hretenderly t liked }being wonderfully Hoes I
man developed.
time. And it is for this reason he to the rebellious hog in a :j I|I, different we" have butided from w' al i I l--I in the City election to be

I. :, I.\ wants to locate on a good road, for language that he understood, but i in 'lour father planned!

1 only the (rood road can cut down ha: ': vn'n.; At Insl' stalwart< men e!" t nether n ;j, h _ ______ I,: _'\ ) \; I
time, without his cost! The
railroad can serve increasing only a limited num side of him and seizing him bthr v I'I' An early start good land, good sent", I' l1. I held on March 29th poll

I ber of suburban towns on anyone i ears tingled him by main force good fertilizing, right spraying at improper 11 I r iI i ,
.1'.1 across the bruise to the !solid l ground I time the ,, t iyI
t line, and its I trains can run only to -t' thing t 'pet e' I (L I Ie
I Ion the other side. but ns onn as th->v I :
t often' lie must waste time waiting ysI ;
; for them, going to and from them at '''I.t l go 1-0. ran bark over the bridg'' I water-d'01 I taxes must be paid on or

I" both ends, suit his convenience to the I alone and a'!'nin refused to cross w:t'l' . .
schedule. With the eord roi.rt he rent of the herd. Tint was stubborn I ,
1 .
i makes /jus own schedule, often b als sires boiled down -o thick you eou'tin't' I before Saturday March1st.
1 stir it with stick.Stubbornness 'I
the tram at to speed, and always) a II ,
'\ bents it in convenience in leaving,; | is an unlovely trait I

ti home, getting: into his conveyance, ,':and never makes friends. A re'l

and getting: out at or dote to his stubborn mon irritates his' neighbors .
place of business.! makes them bite their tongues; i i'their in

: The good road . plus the motor sleep; and grit their teeth every i,

.e ..S '- . Is transplanted: in terms of time time they meet him. Nobody but a j
and not distance, because it is time dnnkev cnn aTor( '} to be stubborn. It When you can only C. L. BANDY

we have to spend, and, time in whichwe is n good thing. that women are never stand ,
have to live; it is only the amountof stubborn, but are-eh, what ? by and wish.

time consumed which counts, and
not the mere number of feet or miles 'FrLLSMFRK R 411 ROAD FOR SALE Without fire insurance to r.-ly Tax CollectorIeJc&e
r k traveled in that time. TO BE INCORPORATEDAplJlicstlon -
.. on a fire has burned your
I .ORA :-Good Ilupmoblle Milton home
CLEANING 1JP :ATHLETICS: will be made to the Mfdgtr. e-lf -reduced it to a mass of

governor February 16 for letters pt.ent ruins-you can only stand by .
1 The Journal is pleased to learn I incorporating the Trans Florida FOR HAIK-Oood work and naddl+. "I helpless. .
K old See .. .
;: that there is an attempt made to limit Central railroad company and authoriuijur mane snare, 1'itrtlii yean Mcttlemvnt. W. D. t-ltx Him- I' --- - - --- h_ .._
Do let
members of athletic fire find uninsured.
teams to students the acqul.ition' and you -
who are academically prepared for the hsr' It of the Fellgmere rilroid operatlon -I FOR SALF.-Thlnklnar of bu'lnlf' Buy adequate fire insurance

[ ':..,.. schools<< of which they are members, et(..>ndir,>. from Sebastian on the Saxophone 8...or J.other Li, modest WooUbti-k InctruimntsT forprices now for both your home and -'
i who are in good standing in household goods Insure .them!
\'I all their Florida Best Coast,railroid to Broad terms eta x
:f class work and who deport' themselves moor a distance' ,,f t in the Hartford Fire Insurance
eighteen and
in accordance with good social third miles .a FOR BALE Eggafor hutchlnif. Thoroughbred Company that for over a century '
according to legal
utagv. There is no credit or honor ts tic a n r- ca*. $160 single for comb black has paid every honest :
annearin.r in Friday's issue of r fifteen >t UU per tlnor.1
an institution who will claim.
depreciate its dred A Hartford
Fore Pierce The News-Tribune. MPH !Milton riednrtr./ policy provides BUCKWHEATTHU
main purpose as an institution by I I tlJ-4 rlnun D-41 sound indemnity for
a w.arl.IInr"rpor..tor"! you
0 permlttlnamen to represent it are given t-' I in time of loss
on FOIL. by fire
athletic in the notice of npDbcation ell K. H M :Newly furnished :5; moml.uiiLiihiw I
teams that do
not ,
1 one of the meet any B. Mendien, G. E. Orrii end P. A I all modern. bu91-lu book
requirements named above. vases and kitchen cabinets; doublo SAFE AND SUREINSURANCE. BUCKWHEAT YOURGREATGRANDMOTTIER ,
This action is a rebuke to bisine"s Vans Agnew. all of Winter Park, the I Hl. 1..rpiug. porch, and double i-nraice, 'I
t men in various cities who wi:1 latter of whom is a well known nt IIHork! shop \\lll. ...11 for fourth'itiRHnd I CALL USED '
that urge tome". The tentative officers ..dare cash or t< rmd. Apply 51 IS .
money be used to : nam .
secure wine '
a itI'roll le avenue near Cathol'ohurih I
I nlnjf team in order that the town may I : E. B. Mendsen, president: G. E <' x CARSON I 7 Ir
get some advertising or that certain Currier, vicepresidentL.. E. Lynch FARMER"The Pancakes with the real old-tune
c r'
persons may win by bettingIt !is I general manager; and P. A. Vans AfMrrf I rule melt KAI-K-In 81 Cloud email .p"rt- i buckwheat ,
} ;, better- to be right and honest and new tArv and fronanrAr IIOUKIconsintlnfi of 10 room taste-light, healthful .
_u -- nod 2 baths. partly furnished; plenty Insurance Man"fko.r II t
\ .-v '-.Loan co lower sianoaras, be dis The charter would also give then <.r fruit corner lot centrally Inrand. delicious. I i
"d honest and win. Every right-minded! -w cornoany. power to make exteniiions Price 13,700. Apply to Box I la
:: .
I resident of "'lorldawill build sidetracks <7. St. Cloud Florid -il f/ver llf......ea>'. Dr.*; Mere ._
congratulate: construct and
the institutions: universities col- operate telegraph! services, operate .' in RAI-F."ix thorou hbr.d Ubod- X3H UrMdway KlevlaiBB, Via. All prepared-self-raising. Ready

; )j leges, ard high schools that are ex"re service, etc. Island| | Ked. roosters.. \. M. header. for the '

putting/ forth an effort to make their I Formation of the new company an -
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I the athletics real wholesome and to real"ze of the Fellsmere railroad e-tf adding water or milk.WANTED. .
f purpose for which athletics is understood FOR 8AI.R Or
x' exist. to be a part of the plans Exchange A nngroeery "
of the Standard Agricultural 'Chemical doing an avers Re bu.inesof .
Rollins I100OOO per week. Will take
College is to be commended caah
of New York
for its whi"h" or good unencumbered clly property
and open on this quest'on, some time ago acaulred the Fe'!la- or a good farm. Itt-uaon for srllln'ir
we are informed that the other' mere holdings, for the estsbl-'shment due le other busini wt*,ll i demands Cream
leading schools have attention Address leirVrallo "A II I
practically and
as- operation of a large fertilizer e. Buckwheat
sented to the that ; rare Oatette orn... X
program has been factorY
which it is --
announced to the press by the faculty near Fellsmere in the now heart constructing of the FOR HVI Furnlnhed or unfurnl.h- --
Rollins Why does Flour
College. id nve
tion Journal. Educa great muck fields of that section. For -room bungalow with bath
corner lot 76xl5O
; garage and laundry '1 '.'III.e
some time past the new interests have ; shade and lawn roae and bodily
EDITOR GOER TO "*"* been making extensive improvements shrubbery. /grapefruit and uranire injury
r to the Fellamere tree; ftlectrlcal Axturea Mm J. O -
+ NEW YORK EXHIBIT railroad-improving I'UKh 604 Main - -d
atrpet ---- -
the roadbed, installing addit'o- ,- - -

'f; { Allison T. French left last night on equipment and extending: the road to FOR BALE)-Fine residence 4.U.// .cause1.II .. "

,w '' 1"j the where midnight he will assist train County for New Agent York J., factory.the site of the prop<(led fertilizer (Apply laaette.. at Kl the...lmmp office.. of The / 1.I I

.R. .::Cues., <.._. .the->--,Osceola, -. County. ex.rt - Work on the factory is reDOrr..d t.i I FOR PAUE-Banana plnntH, Indy anger % a I
'''- variety 2K centa eachV.
v..o OMIB be R
y,, d t at Madison riviiua CiXpOSIl! :On progressing steadily. Itwilluh'.';; Harris
Square Garden. ,
J ; ; During Mr. French's a capacity, it is stated, of'around SECOND HAND OOOPS bought.. sold
absence Rev. 150,000 tons of fertilizer annusl'y. and repaired. The Caalno 44-tf I
Walter B. Knight and Mrs. Celeste J. The plant is
a destined to make a con- II
Fripo will assist in I"ettlnaout The ditioner WANTED. I
provide nitrogen
u Gazette
and this II
9 paper will appre element for
standard fertilizer
rl date any news items which be pack. "WANTBD-To buy large. quantity of A
Y. ; r given to them. A telegram received may The muck or peat deposit is said. to milk Sanitary lair)'. C15 Main I Housekeeper two room-maids
be ,
eight feet atreet
deep, to
e t; a from Mr. Gunn last night Mr cover many 1-tfo ,
h French says there is by acres of territory and to contain 5 per I
i "plenty of snow"'f ._
cent ammoniate.
1 in New York. because the two
LOST I' nerve. are a system of waiters
r; -Lots FORTY YEARS AGO IN POLK I' danger signals. When injury occurs waitresses. Apply
r'i LOST- On they hurt.
highway between Thus
e! ; i ;, The Kleilm- they send to the
grizzled old captain was mee and Halnea City a black fox brain a call for
re- By Ernest
\ ( B. Simmons) relief. Calls for
viewing the neck-piece Saturday
y 1 [I \1 ,- f ordered them company one morning1nd Frostproof, Jan. 29.-The Polk ruary t. Kindly notify afternoon Mountain, Feb I' Runnymede Lodge three
/ to count off. Rubbing I miles
There Lake .
.7/p happened County Record, which has been re- Club Lake Wales for suitable ,
to be .
Italian reward.
an in
;1 the com minting excerpts from the old Bartow e A1eohol- ,

,'f '\ 't\ and parry,didn't who know knew what very number little English Informant of "Fortv Years Ago," LOST-White seller doc. one brown 1.keep coming from thousands J f-places east or St. Cloud

;1.. y The man next to to yelL, last week reproduced the following ear one brown spot center of back; tired muscles and bruises Florida.BROADWAY '
him whispered answer to name of "Ben" cry 'I .
new Item Last its
';, Three-threel" When published Jan. 25 1924: on Saturday night seen balmy refresbment.
it Suitable
"1. tarn, he yelled Jt and got by.came' Next.bL' Hamilton"Lake Rosalie was selected by the for recovery.. Howard Anderaon.reward I Fine for relieving. headaches, cool- I ,

X 'day the same thing Disaton people, owner of Pegs; odgon babies' Inflamed skin, removing .
but .
r iw 4,000,000 acres of Florida land as the of perspiration and for '
the '
Italian soothe-
squad.ilia was first:to hi* most ideal MISCELLANEOUS the I - ----- -- ::
vt .. spot for a townsite and it r ing face after sharlnr. Absolute- _. -- ------- -
will .b* highly developed. The town MR. SHIPPER !IF safe for external in - :-
i' "Count off! order the officer. Have you tried the nee any -
; Three! ahonted the has, been divided into 'Ave "ere Iota Public Auction method. of aelllnir and leaves a faint rose odor
., Italian. for a mile back of the lake Frulta W. .nd One of 200
Count offl". and a In fourteen iI't T.
+ shouted thepfflcor'isr : express shipments pl'tparatlonl.
: ."and et:it right this time.". drive one hundred feet wide 'U ,reserved largest produce auction centera.of the Every item the best that skill and GARAGE

t 't .TnreeJ", : came the i around the Iske. The) town la Hundred. of barer bid for your conscience can produce.: a. M. C. LA.WMEKOR. .
.. reply the site fruit product I'seta4..
of the old Better
Indian price
+ ofJ and 1,1
: .s.y..on., damn ltl" 'angri1lyib.h! ) temp a Quicker return. Write our Jackaon- GENERAL AUTO -
of the
'I'u!; -M> .)owed, the .old captain* ; part This .is Tallahassee llle office for detail and market R. G. MINICK REPAIRS GAS OILs AND AtXBS8 RlES.
..I A"One damn a reminder of the days back prlee. Ixtral solicitors IIARTFORD
. the wanted.
. nawer1.- '
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' jI, .thenJhe foft'becsnJ-Froth/ ; Polk eOubty. Only) the older Bid*.* JackaonTlllo, 501 BROADWAY !
'' resident .
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Announcing the opening of our ,Spring' Dress Goods


'Our friends and customers are invited to visit our store, beginning Saturday; when we will have on display for your''' inspection a :great portion: of M

our New Spring Dress GoOds., We will have these goads arranged in center of store on counters, and you.wlll not be urged to buy. Our Unels the strong. '

Cst we have ever shown. It Includes White and Colored Voiles, Organdy, India Linens, Batiste, Naingook, Madras, Dimity, Oxford Cloth, Suitings, ,and

Fancy Voiles. Luna Lawn In following colors: pink, hello, copen, ro e. .Nanette in plains and strip2s. Sidonia Crepe, Quaker Maid Percales. Fast color t tf

Suitings and colored Indian Head. Nice.showing Imported Ginghams. Surely you jihould see our Imparted Embroidered Normandy Voiles. '?1

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I $4.95 Hats. 0 I Every Day .

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WOOPROW WILSON: WAS dipped in hot tar compound to form I .

STRONG: SCOUT SUPPORTERJames water-tight Joints, the blocks are laid .
on a concrete base covered with a FOR THE-
E. West chief scout executive i coating of the tar compound.

sent to Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Goodyear engineers received permission
the following mcHsage of sympathy from the Akron city council
in the name of the orjfnnirat! on: more than a month ago to lay a sec GARDEN
'peal Happenings I "The six hundred thousand member tion to test rubber block paving compounds
of the Boy Scouts tf America and construction as well as LAWNANDfARMtFlowerSeedGardenSeed

scattered everywhere throughout out to determine the wearing effort of

----_.- 'country extend to you heartfelt} sympathy traffic upon the blocks themselves. A
and pray that you will be comforted ' section 10 by 12 feet was laid in the i' SEED
WILSON A TOOMEfc FERTILI- Eat at Dupont's Cafe 'tf in this hour of bereavement, 'treet directly in front of one
BOLl> BY H. C. STANFORD. visitor In the death of your distinguished factory entrances where loaded trucks
yBRS Kis' imrree
J. C. Stone x
wan a husband we have lost a friend. Foi! passing in and put will give the paving
Wales '
W. A. Cook and R. L. Raney d O/e Sunday from eight of our fourteen years of historyhe I a thorough tryout. FieldSeedFERTILIZERS

to Winter haven Sunday afternoon. 80 acres land, 40 acres in grove; was our Honorary President an I ---- ,
special bargain. Nelson Realty Co.* in many way con'rlhutfd to our FOR SHERIFF
Well located building lots; special present sticngih: and opportiin"ty for( ------
Nelson Realty CoMm Born: To Mr. and Mm. P. A. Vans uftefulnesx Ills K,,en appreciation or To the voters of Osceolu County:
bargain. Agnew of Winter Park, on Thursday the educational values of the Scout I shall be H candidate for Sheriff to ,, 4
Alma Griffin Bullock visited afternoon a boy. Movement ard his readiness to co-op- succeed\ myelf in tie June Piin i < ry. '
in Barlow over erate at opportunity makesperpetually I thnnk you for your support in the I '
Mrs. Borden .Wilsyn Watch and clock repairing done atC every and effective pant. nevi 1 shall appreciate your vole t
weekend.Shxvrs voiiHpicuoua
the -- N. Fielding's: Furniture Store. his relationsh: pi" this Movement for and assistance. in the future. That good Fish Guana, non-acid ,
86c children L. R FARMER.Laii I
JHc.? haircuts ;
; of Ameiica Every Scout
20-tf Mri. Leon Walker of Tampa boyhood '
:" . at Canmo Ildrbtr Shop. will he nsKol\ to 'land at at'ention Bone Meal Hardwood Ashes Goat
ed her matery Mm. A. W: Bailey inKiadmmee ;): jour plans carefu'ly: now ,
iTll. v'si- week fog one minute durinth"| period of h-'lp have hogs to market I .f
Mr. ,and I Ilr'l.: Tyres wtre last "lay :\oi
Sunday at the C i. W. Persons funeuil services at Washington. in summer or early\ fall, a title whet Manure Nitrate Soda. WILSON & TOOMER: FERTILIZERS JAMESH.rr.: the hog market Is least crowded. ,
".me' -. --- SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD.Mrs. Ohief Scout Eec: Jt've. -- -- --- ,
Wlt.OTOOMEIl: : FERTILI- - The Honorary Presidency of the :.orl/F.1
Bartow Dutton and two children TiiK* notice Unit 1 will\ on March II.
BY II.C. STANFORD Scout organization has always been .
/MIS SDI-D 1924. fir HA BOftn Ilur uftor tin I in ty h. i
of Georgia, an- the guess of held! by the President of th3 United hoard 1 nppl for it |inrdnn for R M SPRAYSFenole t
Mrs lA>ttie Barber and Mrs. Hownrl Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson. States, and WoodrowVils..n., serving Moiitn l..oca. who was (..11\...It'd of Rob. .
student at therssunmee Iel'nl the Fall term of ho Osceolacounty
Itobcrt are new Good cant front modern 6-room eight yearn an Honorary Presidentout circuit rourt In 1922; anyone
School of Stenography.! house close in, only $2250. Nelson of the fourteen yearn of the Movement's dinliltiK mat then h. heard on the Fenole Stock Dip, Fly Spray,
when merlin vt the application
history early
I.ami fronting on Dixie ir'iwav, Realty Co. years \VM C. HOI>OK8.
rh, f">, fa\orahle terms Nelson Realty Scouting wan tftabliithiiiC( | itself in 10-21 Attorney for .IVtlllom Arsenate of Lead Killtone, Nico-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meetch a'eIIppnrlin our national life\ holds a prominent i
Co several day on the "MAry place in the annals of the organization NOIKIOF HKC.INTIIATIOVNiitUo
:Mr and Mm. John Chapman of Darling1 far down the lake this not only because of this Ion/ In ItookH h..r..hy uf given OHceoln that'lhe Counl RIxtnitloii *&)'-. tone, Fish Oil, Sulphur, Lime: Blue

Fort Meade, are visiting Mr I .. Cbap- week. tenure of office but also because of Florida will he open at the ofl\ce of
man's sister Mrs Jim Griffin, andfamily his strong and active support of the HUix-rvlaor of itlstratloii at the Stone Tobacco Dust Nicotine.
WILSON & "TOOMER: FERTILIZERS Scoutirg's work for democracy and City Mont Market Klmltninre. Florida. ,
i on Muitdny. March 3rd. 1024. and will
-- good citizenship contlnuo to romaln open each week day
I have I the agency for Singer Sewing I From March 4, 1921. until the day until and including 1 Saturday, May 3rd, 1 5
Oseeola County. C. Dr. J. C. D-ivls and Col. C F. Lin- I''of from 6:30: A. J.I to a:00 P. M.ItcelBtrallon .
Machines in his death. Mr. Wilson held the
cY>'n of Sanford spent a few days In hook will MHO be op- SPRA YERSLet
N. Fielding of Vice-Presidency of the various. precinct throughout -
: Klasimme this week, stopping at the post Honorary erred In .
-- the the county from Monday.

Phil Cook of Wichita Kansas, vii Park hotel. I This organization.makes the period of his confection April Sib 1M 7th.(. to 124.and including Monday show the
in KUmmmee\ this week viiitlng hismother t!i Wanted: 100and; women to with the Boy Scouts of Any iuallflvtl elector whose nnmo I* us you Vermorel Spray"c

Mr. W. T. -Vail, and the A I Irome to Ihe office.of Boyer & Tatll11l.I j America Just short of eleven years a not now. nti tli. Registration Rooks I
S Nelson family.WILSON !State Bank building, and ask about term almost coincident with the h'..- may rClflater. WALTEJ\. RAM and Duster.
-TOOMER- FERTILI 'the BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW to be torv of the Movement in America 10-31: Supervisor of RvRlatratlon. pl

& given ,, absoluly free., tf "During the entire period we are ,
ZERS SOLD BY 11. C. STANFORD. away ,! I. NoTieie'oil' .CUIDATJO ,. c:
(! indebted to him says Chief Executive TO TUB CRKIHTORH( AND -JSTOTK-
children, of Mrs. CUr Johnson, who was taken West "for more than we con HOI.DKI13' of th. Merchant' A Farm-
and Garden Tools
)Ir.. Okey Hansen. suddenly ill at Tampa last week, era flank of Klklmm, Florid, and 'and 'Cultivatoriitr.4
Fcrt Myfri, are visiting Mr Han.sen's the fair and brought ever adequately measure as a great nil whom It may concern: MoTlCH 13IIKltKHY :. ewe
parents. Mr. and Mra.. ,. J. B. MeKeill. -. while attending steadily. and inspiring leader a supreme : tllVKN. that th.. Merchant h
to her home in Kiaalmmee. is idealUt." A Farmer Hunk of KlKNlinmee. Kla- .' i
: in Kissimmee.. :. improving and her friends are glad the .Imm..... .Florida. I* In the pror *a of -"'

Several (rood stock-farm at special ;, to know that she Is wet) on the'roa Boy During Scouts the rose World to heights war of when service liquidation having| and or that chinning therefore to have all creditor" hll', B. IMAKINSON co. .-!

I nrjrsm prices, and we are ready to I Ito recovery' I which brought forth unusual praise "c"ollntll.or or claims against *at.l Hank.. to 'a
--- are hereby notified to present *nm t
how you. Nelson Realty Co. I > from all sources, the former President mild Hank for payment. This the 8th
in-acted issued repeated messages of appreci- dnv of Kiliruary. A. I>. 1924 j,
All lmi MKI ('If \NTH .\RMHRH. \NK. of Near Phone 123
ation and stimulus Woodrow Wilson Depot
of the Auto TION"'loat I week Selected 12 lots (oran KtMlmmee KlnKlmmw. Flor'rt..
t' nd the weekly meeting I inve+tment. Beautiful lots. Only saw th result of the Scouts' participation B> U r.:. FIS'N. i
temp :at the camp ground on Toestiny ..1it.* Cnllhh.r..10HNSTON .0-
month. No in the Liberty Loan campaigns -
night at eight o'clock. $10 cash $5 per *V riAItltKTT.Klanlmm t t
no interest. Boyer & Tatum State in Thrift Stamp activity, in .e, Klorlilu -10tTO ,}
WILSON A TOOMER FERTILI.XKRS Bank Bldg. tf the lorntinij of standing walnut and ti
SOLD UY II. C. STANFORD.All __ the collecting of fruit pits for gas WHOM IT I\l ('OXKIlNlHid i

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Luke, of Decatur masks, in war-gardening, locating illegal 1.. will he rcc.IVe.l nt the nfflr* nr
business men ore ureel I to attend Michigan, are visitors at the auto wireless station, patroling the I the I<<'K 1 Hnnltary Hoard of
the weekly! meeting of the Auto camp. Mrs. Lukes is a spiritualist. coasts. ding the Hed Cross and the I,Ihe State of Florida, TR time 1h.\ ..until......... IS Fin.00o'clock 1924 ?e'*
nnld Hourd
nt any
meet by
Camp: at the camp ground on Tuesday lecturer and expects to hoid a American Liberty Aspocmtl n, and noon the lt day of Mnich
night>at eight o'clock.All inv at the camp Jjunday night, to assisting in the food and fuel conservation 114 for the conitructlon of nil or any
-- which she invites Kissimmee resi part or cattle dipping vats. In Okeechoee -
urged to. attend I programs. Count and 4O cattle dlpnlnv vats Spring Opening .
business men are ,,dents. Speaking of the Scouts' outstanding In St I.ucle County, Stat of Florid''i.
the weekly meeting of the Auto war service roqord, the former said vat or %nt* to he ..comp4t.... In 60 .
Tuesday I The nat Shoo has moved-hut not of contractI'lannr .
Vamp at the camp ground on said days from date of lettlnor
the east. The President : nnd' 1otlon. of
door to specifications
night at eight o'clock. far-only one more-commodious, II' "The patriotic and effective serviceof aid vat are obtainable) fr.'in It* office s SATZR, AY :
- new quarters are I' Rid vlll he
TMnhne Fin "
Ctapsical and ballet dancing clans and with the addition of new showcases the Boy Scouts your definitely. opened nt 1e1.., on the ?rd
o'clock Mrs.. J. worked out program of war work activities UII4 The Honed t-
every Saturday afternoon at 2 and other equipment D'I day of March '
m Japanese Garden. Phone 252. JoIn: Woo-ve. the right to reject any and nil 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M.

Russell I J. Crum teacher. up" with her increasing business.Mr the value of organized Boyhood"in bids State Live Stock Snnltarv Hoard.
_.- -1 1l helping our country win the war. 10-2t ny J. V. Knapp Secretary.
Mi. Eulah Render, of LaGrange and Mrs. i;. C. Nash are prolonjrinc I' In Paris engaged on the Treaty of : -- .- ,
("e\ria, arrived In Klallimmee vester- l their visit In Kissimmee.Last I Peace he took time to cable a proclamation BUSINESS' WOMEN PUT ,..
day for a month's visit with Mrs. H. Saturday the Nsshes and Mrs. to this country, recommending OVER ANOTHER SUCCESS FEATURING I

R. Stanford and family. Miss Render Frion visited Miss Jean Knowlton of the observance of Boy Scout (Cnettnued from Pa 18 nn.t
b i assistant cashier of a LaGrange Rollin. College.: Miss Knowlton be- Week throughout the United States Both the principals wore PATTERN HATS 1"1
aret chorui.
bank fore coming to Rollins was Congregational soloist in- I from June 8 to June 14, in which he dressed as "school kids," as were the f' ,

Prof. W. F. Lewis head of the department the church Wellington of Chicago avenue, hence an arso- said"The: Boy Scout Movement should members of the' chorus and they AND DISTINCTIVE ;

of chemistry In No-t.hl"r' ciate of Mr. and Mrs. Nash. not onlv be preserved, but strength brought pen and humor into their
number which called for several en NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY
State Normal School in Marquette, --
of all
deserves the
ened. It
Gunn's desk in the cores. Miss Rosen who recently mad v
Michigan. who is wintering in Florida County Agent
* America A
I citizens -
was the Kissimmee !guest of J D. Chamber of Commerce in decoratedwith public-spirited her first appearance in the glare of
Woodbeck Monday.For a cabbage of truly giant popor I cannot acquit herself eomnen+u- the footlights with the community .1
tions. After a gumshoe hunt of several rately with her power and influencein players, demonstrated .again her dramatic j
Sale: Fine combination 20 acre hours as to the antecedents of the great period now facing ;her and musical talent. i '
farm good orange trucking and this cabbage our reporter traced It and the world unless the boys of DeRheta Alderman appeared in a *
poultry, land. 20 acres, $1000. Terms. to Wm. R. Rush who confessed, that America are given better opportunities solo dance, prettily attired in a yellow The Hat Shop" I 4.
Nelson Realty Co. he raised the plant and has plenty than heretofore to prepare themselves chiffon butterfly dress usin the ;
more of the same kind. for the responsibilities of cit "Barn Dance" as her music. She also -
Mill Dorothy Dean, of Miami wasa izenship." rot( her share of applause and re-
luncheon guest Saturday of 'Miss Phil 1. Cook of Wichita. Kansas, Mr. Wilson as President, seised snonded to encores Messrs. Russell MRS. J. D. WOODBECK t
Norma Griffin In Kissimmee after left Kissimmee for his home yesterday upon every occasion to use his influence Crum Cecil Prentis George Gardner, f
which Miss Griffin accompanied Miss having looked over Kissimmee for the advancement of the and M. S. Davis staxaphoned their . 4t
Dean to Sanford for the week-end, and surrounding country and save Boy Scout Movement. "Anything way into the approval of the crowd. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ,
where the latter met her father.W. Klssimme has a bright and prosperous that is done to increase the effectiveness -' Mrs Russell Cram beautifully executed )
future, and excellent natural re- I of the Boy Scouts of America the "Flower Dance" and responded I w
W. Hudson and 8. I. Smith ex- cources; that the pessimist and he stated "will be a genuine contribution to the encore with "The Dragon i
changed businesses Monday, Mr. Hudson knockers should be sent to Siberia to the welfare of the Nation." Fly," which she used as a toe .. R ]

taking over, the Corner Grocery and give those who>> are loval a chanceto --- dance oar excellence. She was very t -. -m- fl s sI
and Mr. Smith assuming charge of I build a city worth-while RUBBER PAVING BLOCKS attractive In a green satin dragon fly I ?
the B. G Kentucky,filling station on --- costume piano, with Mrs. Bullock and Mrs. Katherine Wyckoff. E. L. Wenner. ,
North Main street; WOOD; WOOD! WOODI! Paving with rubber block was laid Miss Patsy Maklnson in red, sane 'Bostwick, violins; Mrs. Burrows, Evelyn Garbet; Violet Bullock and
early this month for the first time In "The Sleepy Hills of Tennessee 'flute; Mr. Locke and Mr. Burrows, Mesdames Bob Bullock, J. R,
Magnolia Park Iota: selling fast. 1 am'still prepared to furnish my the United States by the Goodyear with the beauty chorus. Silo was, as ,cornets; Mr. Phillips, clarinet: ; Messrs. Lillian De oreo Virginia Hudson
<..11 at the office: Car .waiting, to .astomers with 120 veneer bloc. Tire A Rubber Co., in a section of the usual, encored repeatedly and In the Gardner Davis, and. and Louise Vernon. 'Mrs. W. E. San w
show "oo this beautiful addltl n. Ask 15-inch, delivered for *3.15; 12-inch street fronting its Akron plant. final response passed through the Cram, saxophones Miss Lusy !luckeI. derson was the boas of the food em-
about the FREE BUNGALOW. )Jo- 'for rtore-woed, cello Nathan Bryan, hou. .aud assisted'by Meadametf Steed
blocks, $2. 5. SpUt The rubber block resemble common audience and among the'tbI4., 'with .
reV Ttum! ; State Bank Bldg.' tf ranteed fall strand; 15-inch for ,paving brick in size and shape the-'chores," strewing serpentine eon. II. n. Shrigley.: drums * p1Kin Flem tg. FortenburyBron' -
It-inch for SJ5. ,Get your of tongue and fettt ,until Japanese' Garden resembled Miss Estelle Persona .'Waa'' "heldwaiter .on and Boyer., Door keepers,
3A6l with the exception a
Alan Longacre, ,>rhov recently came UrV; upply 'now. All, deUyerecLJ two' sides to a San Francisco New Year** ," her assistants, being 'Mfs'ef/ money changers, and similar members -
to Kiislmmee from ,Fremont, Neblas 7 'W1n| : 48-ti groore construction on Helen Baas,, Lucile Johnson France of the staff' were' Miss Rhea '- ,
Bonin. Eye'ot' New Orleans
9i. ;J. In close unIon
lea, P one loin the blocks together a '
of Lough--
Mise Frances Olive, +The orchestra music was as fine a* Tress, Anne Squires, Elsie Norton. Pherigo Almenia Leitner Irma
man. and Mss Lola Lftwlcr.students of Lak.Lind .- :The: lOoater the main bird Jn the ',The bottom 64wkt'see'smooth.and -wearing abr.fac.a.f'he itartmmee'>' hll!' 'had -ihe! pleara ,nt AugjstaWins, ,'_. Winifred> >nn'nT,, ","' USsS rtiRtrB'ysntand: F (
aft now out-of-town' at ",rooster-' ia dear at '' : < 'and a poor lido hearingMrs.. Gsrdnrf'':"wasat. Ce, ,
th- flock. gropved ;; .. "! ;
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.phy.i ... imme .School.' of" :Stenogra'. any fence.! ..VSo; get-.a .rood one., 11r ,"- ;: !J _,. ? '" .1--

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I Ir : Editor _.....___ Park Doughten SENIOR NOTES is where HOME the heart (is, lee,
flI t'I ," Assistant Editor____._Eleanor Rosen
'' unasually star this
The Seniors have been' The soul's bright guiding ; Sp'riaG"l'ii
I REPORTERS who take real love is, J
those is
busy this .week. 'All Home
Senior Claw ___ _______Theta Phay .'Trlj go around with a worried .lookIn Where our own dear ones'are l
Junior Class ___ __Ellnnore OverstrectSophemoie book waitingTo :'
a ; Class ___Jeanette Griffin their faces and a "Trig" under Home means someone With over ,
their arm. This Is because an examination give a welcome :
Fresman. Class._.(;eo.__ Lee_Ethel Singeltary OwenAthletics i in coming very soon. They Home means Peace and Joy and"Rest Trucks already placed delivery .
Music Department "
': ___ ____ ____n___Mary KriU book waited before'until taking they the had exam.finished This their is And Everything'-'---rAlbertI Worth' While the next few months, we are facing a record i. .

--Some- -of the; advantages to bo gain. the reason they have not ,bad It soonier. was not talking, to nobody breaking spring demand.

ed by having art education: After their exams "Trie". they : ) .o
.l In the struggle I : for existence the 'will take up Solid Geometry for the Miss \\ryckol"-No, but you"were I
( man or young woman with an 'remainder of the year. talking: to yourself. 1 4 1
young has
month this winter
I worried look also - '- --- Each. successive I
education stands. about six chances to '| name may I II
t one for success against the hoy or ''be seen on the faces of those who I Elisabeth\ Cl\rtH-Whc'I' i is Petrol witnessed a growth in sales far surpassingthat
;, girl wthinut an education, or with but take American History for the ex- cum ? I
little schooling.: Society as constituted I lamination in this study will come in Louise Edironson l Kero' IIP Mni of any previous winter season. This (\
at tho present. demands tnined! about two week. after which the last wk' but he Hint 1 benzine s'nct.Scene .
I help. In order to "measure up" wo (class will ta'-e' up civil povernmont. __ I increase will be even greater during the .J al.\.

must have that mental disciplinethat: They have also started planning for
ran be best, acquired in school. Here | p'rlldu'ttjunc'r'lsctl.. After deep She, ftopplrij' at the mountainhouse spring months, always the heaviest buying v',
our minds arc directed and trained thinking: cm the part of the Senior, but great ".("u"ion' see'' *; !
along the lines which seem most use-1 ( and after much discussion they finally She always dresses in the dark I period. 1. n0hi,
ful. Often times the more fact acquired selected the subject for their essays Because the mountain:: pc-aks. '. (

in many recitations is of little "Unrestricted Immigration a '
value as. compared to the mind training Menace to the United States." As every fred-Sny, Ham:' don't you always I These facts suggest that you place your "'- ,
; which enables us to think. one knows this is a much talkedtopic pitv n girl who is frightened in the in '
;a' t1 The one' without an education today, so .if anyone has any literature I dark ? . . . order early to avoid disappointment '1-'

; l must depend in "great, part on h's' or" knows where the Seniorsmay Ham-Yes, 1 cnn't help feeling: for I delivery the time desired. -- ". I I.
,t physical self. to gain a livelihood. get; some information on this her. I h c.. ,
While the one educated has both his subject please notify a member of : b. "'. tV
..., which to rely: and the opportunities the Senior class. You may be sure I I Evidence I .1..' .... *
physical self and his mental self on that any information of this kind will I once knew a wonderful maiden .. '
for successful employment comet be deeply; appreciated by he Seniors And she had a fri..nd-a man, : :( .
i largely to those qualified.SOPHOMORE And during the summer. Reason. t5ff5
They gathered: a coat rf tan. .yr JCcr .. ...
NOTES Which fact crested much scands1; r' .:::;:;/ ; Detroit. Mldl'7': ,

When we received oar report cards In truth, no little disgrace! ..

Last. Saturday a bunch of the So- this! month they contained both our For t'adof the two were sunburnedOn ,. ," e

phomore girls, thinking that Miss monthly grades and the past semes the opposite side of th# face. .::. ,-,"
Leitnrr needed some exercise invited ter's averages. Most' of the averageswere -SanJ'pur.SOPHOMORE ,.v.. .
; her to goth them on a hike to very good. But the Freshmen It i.i not necessary' to pay cash for your car in order
Shingle Creek.: She, hoyever, did not have resolved to make still better NOTESMr. .Y :;,;' to have your name placed) on the preferred delivery 1 I t'
with Them for she averages during the next semester.We .' or"
though accepted small
agree Bowen-If anv of you pupil list. You can a payment down or
have the numbers
their' invitation, she and one of quantity-the
have been hard for two or buy, if wish under the convenient:
Y'' the other chaperons, Mrs. Shaver, -let us have the quality-good schol- j I studying ti you can you 1.
three hours at night before coin to Ford Purchase Plan.
terms! of the Weekly
in "AIl ship. I
hiked at a more rapid rate an } >
bed take a little stroll and it w.ll take
uminum Elizabeth.
lessons. off mind.
your your
The pupils of Miss Beals were very ,
t Carroll-My Mama won't let mo
Wanted! For the Seniors a book
sorry to learn that their teacher wal'luna' '
of etiquette, that will stand hard stroll at ni rht.
j ,, I wear. They arc actually hinting: and count to" '; at school We Tuesday all missej on the ac- Miss W3'ckolT-Arthur, turn anjun !I. See the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer
Arthur (who was! trying to take a
I for the
making suggestions Sopho-
i I'pleasant smile which she has for us \
more-Senior particle out of Athalia's I.'yp-I) war
i she down the hall
as passes
just locking into Athalia's to sec
-- -- - -- eye
Ethel-Mis* WyckcflT, may I sharpen :i I for the pupil who has gone astray on what I could fird. j 545
the to his music lesson. W> 1
l j way un
my pencil ? I II In Study Hall
it hope to see her smiling face tomor 1
Ethel 1 it
Miss Wy'Iolr-No use - --- I
.' like it is. row. IUi-ine Opportunity. I
'. ., Ethel Tut it h been used. i Smith, rotto
never :s once a prosperous >
I I By accident Mss Wyckoflf" hitting manufacturer had failed and he lull i .. ,
} .u JUNIOR NOTES a b ill on the end of) her nose, causes fjone down with I the wreck. A few - -r.- -"' -

The Juniors have another addition, an uproar in the room. She said toI 'h\'" after the news had spread '
.... ; to their small class. Robert Ruckels, j I McClure, who was I laughing the loud- Abroad, his rhauffour, a young ncjf! o, j -- -
whom we nlj' welcome sincerely, his ]I| est.? "I 1 hope you will have the sam"I culled at the office. '
} roturneJ after ninny months of ill- I I had luck Borne day and you will know "Misto; Kmif" he tiepran in an car '

ness.Look how to sympathize with me instead barrasxed, mnnncr.' "I done had a jot !
S out for "Clarence." It is ,I I of lauirhing." ( offered me down to Je hnrbcr sh'>!pihinin' I Ishe" :

i coming soon. The cast has been I McClure replied, looking back at ". What yo' think about: \\ Aie .
chosen and the date of the play will Margaret, "I can already sympathize me tryin' it ?" 17 1.e
I be announced in next weeks paper. I!, with you 'cause I have an awful son "Try it. Sam, try it," encouraged I [J. :
The proceeds from this will be' lip." a.iUt
play Smith. Then a hopeful gleam corning oC11\\; \
t4 i used for the Junior-Senior banqu t, into his eyes he added: I|
t ; which the Juniors intend to make the ]lIil r. most gorgeous: one) that O. II. S. has Roy Horning-The guy Babe Ruth know and I'll take a whirl at it myself. : Spa

'. ever known. made famous. ."-l/epion Weekly.I I '

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11 .s STECMI. SKIIMON: FOR I They are standardized in order to bring about uniform -

I Helped Baby PARENTS AND CHILDREN therapeutic efficiency to the patient whenever

J HPV. Water' B. Knghf; pastor of required. This efficiency is most needed in the sick j
I His the First Baptist! church, announced room-not merely in the laboratory.
yesterday that be will preach a special -

: USE First WinterEvery sermon Sunday morning at th., ll \ ' : ., What is true of drugs must be true of foods. 'i .
: c . SANITARYDAIRYCO'S o'clock! service to the parents, the Q Purity ,
i\ children and the young people. His sat and efficiency in the can is only part of the problem "' .
:;; : mot he.know.* that the subject will ; ; .,_
be "The Boy Who Wentto '
.."_ i.' :",f. ,..". ,\ winter,Is a dangerous season for her' Bed and Didn't Wash His Fei't." -purity and efficiency in the kitchen the true test I t.
'. llttlo ont-s. She dreads the approach
of winter with Its snow wind and or "The Smartest Punil 'in OsenlsHiph The law requires that baking contain 12 '
II rain, for It Isi Vie: tlmo when many !: School. Who Is This Pupil?'' power % .
Infii-tlouj Infantile dl.caas| arc Appropriate music will; be render- leavening gas at the time of sale to the consumer.

; s: rri'vnVm. Col catarrh. Influenza e' by an augmented choir, buttressed This measure insures uniform .
i : : : I ( rou]> lire a constant menace, for It I by the church orchestra. The leavening efficiency
ti I J la difficult keep baby warm and at young people of the church will occupy and protects the health of the public.
the game time 'well supplied with
special tiers of
M seats nnd all ,
I Jiuro.Thou fresh nlr. teachers in the B'ble school will sit In order to comply with this fixed standard for bak-
Tcuhlnn Its value
......-. I the nn\lou3 mother.proves'Twill nave her to with I their respective classes in designated ing powder, manufacturers must produce and pack
1 IJ ... marl nn hour of dread and uuffcrlnq i places. Families;) are askedto their
ATTENTION tn-raiixe It helps to keep baby well sit together, and special arrange product so as to avoid the deterioration which .

FATHERS nail frowlnir.1 Mrs. ar n:. Ilame. of ments will be made to accommodate may result from absorption of atmospheric moisture. ;
Charlotte, :N. C.. writes
: 479 people who will attend this serv
.'. "Tcethlna Is Just splendid. It has. ice. Baking Powder manufacturers to avoid violation I
J helped my baby through his first
winter and the Baby Booklet I Is, BO It was Mated yesterday that lastSunday's the law, also spend thousands of dollars yearly in
: attendance
Sanitary Dairy helpful. upon
milk II
the milk for folks Teethlna. Is sold by all druggists, school was the largest in the history testing grocers' stocks and removing "spent" goods '
your or send SOc to the MofTett laboratories of the church and Sunday's numberis from his shelves in of
m ; :" It will benefit your baby. Columbus, Ua, for a packageand expected to go beyond all previous spite the fact that every pos
,t,., Your wife and children free booklet about bableLCOME records.At sible precaution had previously been taken against .

7 .: will like it and it will boK1SSIMMEE.FL&PHO the popular evening evangelistic detenoration. -.
service, the pastor will preach on, ,
l' good for yon.
7 "The Greatest Factors of History: With the exception of Texas the pure food laws are not applied to baking -
The Cross of Christ. and The Mothersof
{ ,r Men," or "A Tribute to The Mothers powder" mixed with flour at the mill and sold in bags as "Self Rising

ANiTARYDAIRY@pa'P of Kissimmee.* Flo.11r.; There is no penalty on the manufacturers if this fails to "self

1aI1' None 10o rise"-the consumer is the "goat"-he is the one that pays the penalty

: oUPWjill nan" TO THE The Good through indigestion and ill health that comes from eating bakings that '

Business of "After many years of stomach suf.fering are !not properly raised. The standardization of baking powder is a pro- .

. University I have at last found a medicine lection to both the consumer and the manufacturer-who welcomes
-- ---- for that
- - - trouble. Rut believe
; ; me such laws and
I Tampa it wns a timely find. I couldn't have co-operates in every way possible. But !

i I lasted a great whl:> longer. My stomach Not so with flour
would bloat with like barrel manufacturer-he resents such laws .
for an accurate business train. pas a
f and the colics got to be awful. and fights legislation. Why? Because a standardization of self ris
ing. Our enviable reputationfor Medicine didn't help much until I flour would
got ing
f; I require moisture-proof containers
accuracy creates a greater hold of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, -because low instead of cheap sacks ".
{ I which did the trick. I am telling: everyone grade "clears" could no longer be sold as "fancy patent
t2-. demand for graduates than we about it." flour:' It
$ ; ; It is a simple, harm- would also mean he must maintain control '
rt 4. can fill. Suitable boarding pro- less preparation thnt removes the such as is now maintained expert.chemical
; cartarrhal mucus from the internal by baking powder manufacturers.
cured. Your comfort and welfare tract and allays the inflammationwhich Calumet

are paramount. causes practically all stomach, Baking Powder contains only such ingredients as have been
-)- liver and intestinal ailments including officially approved by the U. S. Food Authorities
;"" ( COME appendicitis. One dose
!fw:: @@nly tat
vince or money refunded. J. Z. Rob-
I erson, and druggists everywhere. in tin-keeps the strength in


Florida had 24 delegates in attendance -
: 'always welcome u 'a iho1Jg'h they admit at the sijfth. !: Southern Forestry -------------.-
Kissimmee Laundry Congress in ----- ---------. .
*; that we "treat them with cold. I Savannah, January 28 to Electric lights are mighty fine, but mixture ------- ---
30, which is a good indication (plus oil (
I of the if you haven't that water ) from ten to twenty with 1 Imuislon"toct"
system installed percent of oil
J ness" 'at every visit. We can't help'! 20 STEWART AVENUE I interest that and is being shown in re- JeVr the house d, let days That alter is the In blossoms have dropped. solution.) This l' spraying should(lt5!
fprestatlon conservation of our the lights have pace brief' what
j jI third specialists done
: tf it-that is our business and we are PHONE 198 ,'timber supplies. They represented home improvement in the of jhe Florida College of Agriculture blossoms ten. to twenty days after.that J1"
f4 program. dro .-That w6nld mesn
owners, naval stores about
'iy.1 producers; "y *bow to beat control . under ,...1D.taIlCU',**'*
proud of it and hope to continue & I Y. J. LING Proprietor land lumber manufacturers from these serious no
Es- CITRUS very diseases
j I the GROWER SHOULD ru. of dt- than two 'sprayinjta, necsssary In;'
county on west
,f ,11 ; Ingri much "cool satisfaction" right WORK SHIRTS __--__.___lOc I Palm Beach county on the south coast to USE KNIFE IN WINTER year's time. And spraying/or me I'
PLAIN WHITE One of the large lumber the nearly dormant seasontii or the. most nOM should<< :never, be don*' when the
I .lonir*, But as purity goes with ice, SHIRTS 12He 'i in companies' Just about worst diseases of citrus trees ; in ,winter.Prumfl .- .
West } ar
COLLARS _____ .. Florida la'u8lnR' one-third citrus grove and then I. the Aonatntr or
__ _Se fruit can be controlled if the I time to 1'18D.. ..hould be: -
our }patrons are SUM to be satisfied. page advertisements in local papers correct After the first *implements
; ,f y fa procedure is followed. These measure has beets the ,.
w REASONABLE PRICES'FOR his territory to educate the taken 'rand afton" -
pubUc.araIn.t diseases put the
SHE are melanose and stem-end away pruning knives and at. Intervals .thedaJ'.J.cllt,
NEW,4CE.CO. cutting small during ,
r timber and
; to cut rot. The laWS and walt for ,
OTHER ARTICLES remedy caps for the time tor
when woooV
the ;
c'L stumps low; to leave seed pruning out the second ut aU dead 'or- withered
4 trees dead
,; '.Phone:J24 and to keep out,, fires at all times. ; and branches'' and twigs in winter, measure IsPraylnr measure I. in order. This such-wood: U the hotbed of the sporti '
"txs with
with a 3a50 8-8-60
/L ,_ i MI Mr V bordeaux mixttilre' which bordeaux of the fungi which' csusss PleJaaoseor
;'II. ''J (I has been mixed other,, diseases.. )' 1i
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L PRIZES AwAaRD AT TAIR- I Judge of Palntlnirs{ : C. C. Pike -...... ...... .. .. . . .. .... .. .. .. .. . . ... . ... . ., 4000 . . .. .. .O..O. . . ..OOO. I.. 1. .
1 from Last Week) Judge of-China: Mrs: Celeste. Frlpp. II '0" .....t. .. ,...., eo... 0 a 0 It.0 o.... .... Ilf..,.. 0..0 OG 0 It 0 It.. 1 9' .. 0..... . o . toc > 0 . It;:. : ;::;::
Continued Canned Pear
Guavas Mra.
( ] Art
j het Corlet. Cojert flrat, Mra.second. John McCarth'eecond< Mra. Almon;
'J. OnlE; Mrs. d. Groat; third, Demmon. I

) G. llood.Drelllel China Department ;
: Mr. De Groat; sec :Blue Luster Vase: first, Mrs. Gar-
Myrtle Gard. .. .. .?.. '"!! :'?!: : !{' ..,. !!!gd 'll.,l M' ,
= ; tielec.
ond. Mrs trade Zimmerman; Yellow Luster !L :!,$ !ii r= :i : :: *rlie. ,... ti. tI 1 tN? ,. rye' ? l
Jtoocl secondAPRbq
; Vase second Mrs. Gertrude Zlm ?
Dino. ThelmaraWoodall. nertnsn; Yellow Rose Bowlt third, -'
+e Aprons: Ant llrs,, Wallace Mrs. Gertrude'Zimmerman, I, ,
second, MM. Hollingaworthi; Pitchers Ant I' c'r
I : second and third,
third loin. W. B. Waltaee. Mrs;' Gertrude Zimmerman, 1 ,
(: t Apron and Cap: first Mrs 11. Low- Tankard:, first, Mrs. Gertrude Zim v,. '
/ merman. to ."

11'.1 "lUnd-made Window' Shade:. Ant, Chocolate Pot:. first, Mrs. Gertrude : JI".:
Lackey. I Zimmerman. '
" Dlre Japanese Work: trot Mrs Lackey Syrup: first.. Mrs. Gertrude Zim \. :'

Old Fan:' first Mra. Alice Penney,' I merman.' '.:. ,.

"". .i ?rond, Mrl. Shores. Tea Pot: tint, Mra. Gertrude Zim. \:,. .'.,
.. Mrs. W.' B. )lcPh.r.on. '
Kettle: first, merman. w' .
: , ; ., .,
Cracker Jars: first, Mra. Gertrude t ,iw ...
j first, Mrs. UcPheracn.Idols Zimmerman -
jc Tangs: ; second, Mra. Travis. !
1rt c ( : first Mr. Beanchamp. Mayonai Palmetto Brushes: Ant Mr. Miser Bowls: first, Miss Rosemary Lan. t., r -'\
Majolica.CollectionU B. McPherson. dis; second, Mrs. Gertrude Zimmer.
Pompeian vase found in ruins of \ 1''
;I'ompel: Mrs. Epperson. '. man.Fruit Bowl: first Mrs. Travis.
MoHrl of Chinese Wheel Barrow: Tea Cup: first Mrs. Gertrude Zim 1 I

Mr Beuuchamp. merman; second, Miss Rosemary Lan- ,
:1 Model of Cotton Gin In 1830: Mr. dis:. ri t t .

: :Matthews.\ Celery' Set: first Miss Rosemary
Guava; Jelly: first Mra. V. C. Lennox Landiss. i? i,
second. Mrs. A. M. Miseloy; Sandwich Tray first, Mrs. Travis ,

1I (bird, Mr!!. I 1). Strode. Chop Plate: first, Mrs. Zimmerman; 1 -.
,I KoHplle Jelly: lira!. Mrs. Cueaven- second Mrs. Severn. ( .

iriTHecond.; J. B. Cellars. Plates: first Mrs. Zimmerman; t '+: rirl =! =:5111r 1, I r a 1' ti
Grape Jelly: first, Mra. Demmon; second. Miss WIsebrod; third Rosemary ,
.conJ, Mrs. Yarjrer.. Landl!>s. :
Orange Jolly: first Mra. John McCarthy Tea Title: first. Miss Rosemary' ? t il'ri! ; piijj!{! .
.t.t'f.tI : ; second, Mrs. Rice Miller. Landiss.

.th Marmalade Kumquat: first Mrs Salt Sot: first second and third, I ,
JKS; .second Mrs. Lennox.; Mrs. Gertrude Zimmerman. ti lra :I'i 't S ! ( nry'tt :

h cactus Jelly: first, Mrs. Gel?. Coasters: first, Miss Wisebtod. h; ;
1 Crabapple Marmalade: first,. Mrs. Six Dip. and Shakers: first. Miss ii.
Orange Marmalade: first., Mrs. Rice Lamps: Ant and second, Mrs. G. .
d iikjSSiii /
I !
{ ,
:Miller; second, Mrs. Rice Miller. Zimmerman. t::
a Roselle Jam: first Mrs. Yarfer; Dresses Set: Ant Miss Wisebrod.COUGHING :'ltl'ij; #! il:
.pcond, Mra. Gross. y iliiit: ,
Guava; Butter: first Mrs. Yarger; RELIEVEDI'be

'f peond. Mrs lIargr.".. more! rou rough the more you ml!ti I :::rrulhr Ir} il!: : :!K Siijti :
Citron Candied: first, lira. J. Me. .train juur throat, lung and sy lIt_ j tJ
; Carthy;_ second. Mrs. Lennox.Pre table DM pMptnii *liy without fctraia
:Jrves: Plum, Pineapple, Wat- .r pain l.y' taklug vimrdi'it'. ConclrH.trup J .i ) iu.: h.j w1 ,
(( n-uw.ledl.) It in houthiuK, ;
-rniflon. Tree Citron: first Mrs.
u .a
beallnc.' .lenkant awl cflTecttre. Itoat r :
(;rose. thing for harking seated
.I l largest Collection of Canned colds liroarbitK. cruel|', grippe" sod
. (Goods; : fret, Mrs. Grows.Kfsns wb.K>plue o<>,,,b. A uiOHt bPD.ft.I.1 l : !:
: first Mrs. Chadwick; sec and site treatment fur vbililrrn and
j end Mrs. Chadwirk. adult Save yuurwtK from cold, .
Vtnernrfirst: Mra. J. McCarthy. and WTIOUH trouble. Get a ?TM 1 :i i .
lHitll of HJunrJi'H
s : Syrul'Cnc..C
Peaches: first Mra. IIolden; second, ( ! \\i-\ Gross; third Mrs. Margrave. and bring quick relict
Canned! ( uavnll: 1st Mrs. Harris; I II
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.-,ond, Mrs. &IVmmon; third Mrs. L Aro

IrnnoxMoney. hint, Grip Prather.Nckles cr I TIPS FOR T. XPA'.ERS'r| ++
V- -- '- -----*Sp
: first Mm. Gross; sccr.ndIr ,
\1 .. Cross; third Mrs. Chadwick. For the purpoe of the income tax ''
., ,
Watermelon Rind: first, frs. Inw a person's marital status if de- I p
(.rose. ,; second Mis. Hsrjrrare. rminrd is of the taut day of his or
Avocado I Pears: fret Mra. Grosa. her taxable yenr, Dtinir 31, if the I
KumquaU: first Mra. Gross. return ;c made on the calendar year :
:Mulberries: first, Mrs. Gross. basis as most are. If on that day he I rfy
Pickled Peaches: first, Mra. Chad was single'rie must file a return i if his I I
N Irk net income for 1923 was $1,000 or .
Candied; ) Citron Peel: first, Mrs. Me- more.or If the gross! income was $5000or -- -1
< nrthy.MufbcrricH. more. lie is entitled to a personal .
: first Mrs. Wolfe. exemption of only 1000. If he was A
Pickled Peaches first''. Mrs. Ilarrave. married although the ceremony was, Bigger and jbttter : :
,- performed on December 31, he is
Pineapple: first Mrs. Harfrravef.Kjors granted the exemption allowed a mar-
: first Grip! Prather; second, ried person for the full year 12,500 .
\lr8.| Gross; third Mrs. Grosa. if his net income and his wife's combined 4
Comb Honey: first, Mr. Rohinaon. was 6.000'or tees and $2.000 I Coral :
II.,, Butter: first Mra. Jean Harris; if the combined net income exceeded : Gables"- : r
"" rcond. Grip Prather.Canty $5.000. If the combined net income '1
I : first Mrs. B. G. Oray. of husband and wife for the year .
i DouKhnuta! : first Mrs. Hoi den; sec 1923. equaled or exceeded 12,000 or . . 4,
<.nd. Mrs. Rice Miller. the gross. income equalled'or- exceeded ISIrORS'in Miami} uho ere r.jiois, to r.oL tl.e growth HM

Cookies: Ant, Mra. Lennox; second $&.000, a return must be filed.A : and expansion of the city during the past year will find(
Mrs.I Lennox. widow er widower whose spouse .
Brown Bread: first, Mrs.. Wm.. Hall; died before the end of the year i h Coral Gables a wonderful and interesting; study. Coral
! second Mrs. Lennox. classed as a single prI"OD.- Divorceesand i Gables iS'not ti
only vastly larger thanes year ago but it is '.1,= rr'w; "2\
White Bread: flrat. Ura. Beast- persons separated by mutual consent ,
hump( ; second. .Mra Lennox: third.. are classed as single persons. II more beautiful every way. First, there has been the 'I ;:'.\ ";t" 'I
Mrs: Wm. Halt! ? '__ addition of nearly one thousand acres which round out 1,1""
White Cake:, first Mrs. Lennox. ''The period for filing .income tax ..arid"perfect' the :, (+ :. ;
Chocolate Fruit Cake: a,..'.Mrs.; returns for the calendar year 1923 physical proportions of the property immensely. These'additions '1 \ "
(;1'01I8. end at midnight of March 15, 1924. have been opened up under the names of the Granada sec-

HaiL Collection of Paintings: first, Wm. revenue Heavy penalties act for persons are provided who fail by the or tion and the Douglas section and are being developed with the same

Painting; first J. L. Gross; second "wilfully refuse" te make a return or careful :planning and landscaping which all of the rest of Coral Gables i

ler.Miwi Dora Thom; third, Gerald Mil. pay the failure tax on to time.For make. return a taxpayer has received. They will be two of t'.ie finest.. sections in the entire

Judgcc of Fancy Work. Jellies and becomes liable to a penalty of suburb.
Antiques' Mra Evelya Creuaere and 1000. and a further. penalty of 25:
Mrs. Peard. per cent of the amount of the tjx. The new Douglas section offers a most interesting study to visitors. '

unless. a later return is filed and it is Here everything is new and in the making.. You may watch the .
satisfactorily shown that the delinquency -
was due to a reasonable c-iuse Douglas section grow from day to day and gain much that is inter-

Neid's Healing Baths and not to wilful neglect esting and profitable therefrom. s
For wilful refusal to make a returnor
pay the tax on time a taxpayer becomes You can profit, too, in a very special way by the development of the
recommended for
rheumat'snr liable to a l penalty of $10.000or i Douglas section, for building plots are offered there for short time
a at
ecxema, and all kinds of akin one year's imprisonment or both,
disease Also for stomach: together with the cost of prosecution a special concessionl\ f
and an added penalty of 25 cent' .
trouble For baths and mineral per .
of the amount of the tax. The opportunity is yours-now-to duplicate in full round measure
water for drinking purposes, I If an income tax return attemptis the remarkable
'leave order at 614 Patrick St., made to evade or defeat the tax profits buyers of Coral Gables plots two years .
or phone 208. the offender is liable to imprisonmentnot or one year ago have already taken on their investments. But it is

exceeding one year and to a fine an opportunity that will pass qui ckly-and be lost forever unless I
of not more than $10,000 and costs
and. In addition, 50 per cent of the you act at once. See Coral Gables today. Come as our guest aboard a

KISSIMMEE FLORIDA total tax evaded. If the understatement a de luxe Pullman bus-a free trip unequalled in America today.
is due to negligence but without :
Come and
attempt to defraud there ia added I 5 _now grasp the opportunity offered
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per cent of the total amount of ,the -

Deficiency plus interest at the rate of ....
GETINFORMATION : 1 per cent a month until paid. ''taui! I ; .Ii'fffj( ). I\

ABOUT THE When, b)' reason of illness or absence : :
.. from home, additional time for L

Business University of filing,. the an taxpayer income tax should return address is required to- d\nt t'i'nt5 Firrcst .51tbUJh I

the collector of internal revenue for .
Tampa the district in which he live.. a re (

quest for on extension. This request GEORGE MERRICK! Owner and Developer.
'The 1 fV rmOHt School in Flori must be mailed before the return is "
dun. March 15, 1924. DAMMERS & BURNES, General Sales Agents. 1
da." Tampa and Casa Streets, The collector may grunt an extension i. 1
of not exceeding 30 days. As a Executive Offices : 158 East Flagler St., Miami.
Tampa Florida condition for granting; such an exten-

L J nion the collector may require on or Kissimmee Office : Park Hotel, C. L. Bennett, District Manager :
before March 16 the filing of a tentative ., r
- return. A tentative return I "
should be made on the usual form ,, ..,

666 marked "Tentative." and should con- _ . . . . _
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tain a sworn statement of the estimated 444444464444 "-44444484 60048 1 J'V"'r..nn.. "
amount of tax due. 9m o oooootoooo ooo .ooua O"i>". 48400048004446844001 08400640I iti. iit.ti iO i7oi.

a Prescription prepared for If before the end of 30-day extension . . .-
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Colds, Fever and 'Grippe an accurate return can. not be -I I .!"
I'is the moat speedy remedy we know., made, appeal /or a further extension k e'
must be made to the commissioner of
Preventing. Pneumonia Internal revenue Washington; D- C., J, W'_ 'Thompson:

.. r -. ? together for with the.delay.a full recital'The commissioner ;of the ,r ', I BASS.. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY'CONTRAcTORSD
will not grant an additional Licensed; rural Diredor
extension without a clear showing 5ler CA.-' .- jo

j I HOME that a'' complete return can not be --- A $1.,..... Spas.IA.ele. 5.....h It---.J WOOD BRICK, STONE '.t ..r '
Jntli. Flatab.danMala. made-within the-. 30-day period' ,
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PA,lTER\ ..S'BBLiif AND"DECORATOR'i !Jr.> }" "'!'I'Hid' a/Y funerals", "i1fl..J for II scrub en"bulls tf or'o ,') "'Vt'rlKU..;re .."... .( ii la... ahlalcaiSaniu!> if Call N. F. BASS STEEL 4". ;;STUCCO ;JACJt BASS i\

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t. i t Our recommendation: always backs Goodrich SUvertbwri.We st. Rexall
}. .):' t know,'the facts. We've seen them proved by 1

:'t,' ; performance: to our customers. Why' not invest .in the : :', I
tire? Its low cost will amaze'you.' . .' A., ,;, ", -
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I I rI Big Bargains During This Sale:,

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I 'T'WENTY-ONE years ago, forty progressive retail druggists-inspired by.

Louis K, Liggett s -enlisted together in the co-operative manufacture and

., distribution of drug store merchandise.

I i To-day! those original 40 Rexall Stores have increased to 10,000. Their

.; co-operative!. mization. the United Drug Company, does an annual business ;
t of $70flOOOiW!() in the United States alone.

This rerun "ahle: achievement has come through the confidence and _

good-will of the p b!ie.

I During this big, sale we are offering you unusual bargains on over seventy I'

leading items-all of highest quality and absolutely guaranteed by us.

Come join our party and save money on-well-known quality goods.BEMEMBEBMonday .

and Tuesday

t' I February 18th and 19th

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,, Roberts Filling Station Tr Iodine, :25c:; Size . . . . . IGc t ftexall 93 Hair Tonic, $1.00.69c

(Catarrhlolly, :25c Size . . . . .19c Jonteel Cold Cream Face Powder,

." -4"BEST! IN THE LONG RUN"-, Vanilln! ExtractlOc: Size. . . .29c 50c, . . . . . . . . . . . .39c
I union Extract10c Size . . . 29c Cascade Linen Paper, lb., 50c.36c

i : Klenzo! Tooth Paste; 50c Size..39c: Envelopes to Match, 30c, . . . 20c
'land ;Mis, Gale;: :Mi Hamilton: mil CARD J OF THANKS First Aid Thermometer, '$1.75.$1,29 Symphony Lawn Tablets, 25c, . .16c
! : : f;: [[ ] ]liasil Hamilton.MISS We, to- -- -extend- oat m.icthanks t J Ilexall Orderlies ':>)0c Size . . . .:39c Preference Tablets, 15c, 2 for . .21c
C : SUil; KJ;! EN'I'EIt'I'AINSPRIMA1t1' : :: ; ,.and'> fur to fvi-'v expre*art* our?f le k ndncsdurutg JI|i pprii'iiitu ,- (Coco ButtiMLemon Skin Cream, Symphony Charm Paper, Assorted -

i t I\ At the (;.TKACIIKKS T. Sidler IK.miM: ,1ilay the brief illness of our ; \ I. afternoon gathered the I officers an I Iteachers one r the and beautiful) especially downs are placed we jfutti'fulf on Inscrave. Harmony Cocoanut Oil Shampoo, Original Saturday Candy, lb . . 49c

( : ( ,' school.of th.hth..cli The: t prnuirySunday of; li : Orly God can reward you. JSOc.() . . . . . . . . . . .39c Maxixe\ Chocolate Covered
IKincMs -
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f f r I, 'was followed liy. a ",,('ia\\ heuinterspersed ) r :MRS.' 1 Family."LENA I.AWSONAmi : ; :Maximum\ Dress Combs, 50c..39c: Cherries, lb . . . . . . . 59c

> i .\ 1 Mis. Alma Hulloi-lv with imi and ic rend Mrs.! readings'R. r Puretest Glycerine, 50c, . . . . 39c: Rexall Toilet Soap, 15c, 2 for. . IGc
( I Nash rave much appreciated vocal i OF'THE Beef Wine and Iron, $1.50..99c Puretest Castor Oil '
2 ) solos and :Miss Irene Ingram, b: i isp..cinl -OUT GLOOM i I 25c . . . .19c
f I Purotest Russian Mineral Oil
: request, nU-ased as usual her Rexall Improved Tooth Paste, 25c, 19c
1 ly < coffee,tC'ners.were Delicious served. sandwiches A d..lightfIlJpal and ,I :Many a Gloomy-Countenance In Kisi $1.00 . . . . . . . . .69cPuivt Hikers Milk Magnesia, 50c, . . 38c
i himmt't'ow:; Lightens. With ..:t r0(1 I I iver Oil $1.00.69c
_. Iy though a rainy day. Happiness. Puretest Rubbing Alcohol, $1.00.69c
I "" I MRS. F. C. BRYAN A bad back makes you gloomy. I Lig-gett's Imported Olive Oil, Maximum Hot Water Bottles

1 t. it 1 i -; I.d ENTKRTAINSMonday: :afternoon; at the F C. 1' Can't. be happy with continual l>ucncho. \- I $1.00 . . . . . . . . .67c Guaranteed, $2.50 . . ,. .$1.79 '
i. ( The aches ahd pains of n bud back f'oeo Butter Cold( Cream, GOc.42c Maximum Fountain
j? \\ Bryan home gathered a large sectionof 1 I Are due to weed Syringes,
guests the included Baptist Sunday the primal Toe I, Uoan'H frequently" Pills are recommended; Bouquet Ramee Talc Powder, 50c, ,*>6cJonteel. Guaranteed $2.50 . . . . ,$1.79
( and officers. There were discussionsof weak kidneys.So Wool Powder Puffs, 25c,. .1Ie: Georgia Rose Talcum Powder
Kissimmee citizens ,
i r f.\,.. : cial plans hour-with for work its and games:, the-usual Borne so-of i J. B. Dillard, 212 Emmett'testify.St., Ki- Liogett's: Grape Juice, Pints 34c, 34c 25c, , . . . . . ,, , .19c
t of* them oltl-timely and most jolly* Mia. eleven simmec,months says; with"I was laid up for T iggett's Grape Juice, .Quarts. ,67c Gopdforra; Hair Nets Double
y J. E.- Lupfer read. Delicious refreshments rheumatic 'pains 'I't ,
'yr t , 1 were served. Mrs II.y n Is' and the physician said my trouble was Symonds. Inn. Peanut Butter. two, Mesh, Cap' Shape, 12 for. . .$1.29
brought the
,I' always the most hospitable of hos- on by disordered condi- for. . . . . .
f; ; tesses and every one enjoyed t.e! occasion tion of m\r kidneys. I took almost . . 41c Liggett's Opeko Tea, 60c, 2 for. ...Gte''
1" I every kind of medicine but didn't get Lilac Vegetal Harmon Boston, Puretest Aspirin Tablets
t 'II i iI 'results. I 25c,
,. t .. I 'and! six boxes began made lining me Dean's feel much Pills $1.00(), . . . . . . . . 69c 3 for. . . . . . . . . .aGe
j :Spiay.njthe/ lush potato wit II i '
: crop Letter
Harmony Boston Toilet Water, 'RexalJ Liver Salts : : : : :
.j); 1 I I.5-5-50 bordeaux mixture is the le The above statement was give 60c Size 42c
I \ commended, method of controlling the :May :2H.! ]1924.!':! and on March ]1:5: 1922, Assortment, 75c,. . . . . . -38c Jonteel Tangerine Rouge, 50c . 39c
e j J : I disease known as late blight./ I Mr. Dillard said: "Doan's Pills have ,
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Kissimmee The vac Ur Store
!r? Florida

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to your foundations, when :you '''build a house And when you ..
' : never failed to give me prompt relief Send The Gazette 1
are building up your business, look to your financial foundations. This bank from kidney ailment." II I to Northern': frieoda Booster and help Number advertise Wanted: clean cotton rag; nol
GOc, at all dealer ".o
ler. lilbufl: KUsimmee..
offers its services to assist you in keeping the foundations of your business 'To., :Mfrs., Buffalo, N. V. : merely trimming or strings-lutd- .*

----- ------ "Qual:ty Plus Service in cent tuff to use for waahfng rollers
and safe. :\
-1' strong
.. cial Printing Try The CO\lmer'l I
Pick up and burn pecan twigs cut department. '*'" I and presses and wiping bearing :
'>ff by the twig\ pirdler by so dying i I II r..
r+ you burn the eggs laid by this inll!ct'l I Have ua mail The Gazette to your I I Bring 'em along to the office of Tli-
thus lessening the damage next ye friends' in the north. '" '" :Gazette, KUsimmee. 14-tfx

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-- Monroe GA RAGE'
;;;' enough. Banking service to be of the most use to you should be also intelligent Thomas

1 and interested. That is what this bank tries to be. 18 Emmett Street -

Residence Phone 71

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