Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 22, 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: VID01156
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. XXV-No. 11




Entertainment on Itadcllffe Chau- The Irish Cinderella" Under

tauqua Progrsm This Year Auspices American Legion .

Many\ Interesting Addresses Given At Morning And -- Strawberry Plants With Blossoms and Berries Proving1
The very first entertainment company The next'appearance of the popular .
Afternoon Sessions: Delegates Enjoy Excursion To to greet us'at the Itadcliffe Kissimmee organization of home-tal Of Unusual Interest To Snow Treading: New Yorkers

Aultman's Banana Farm : Music and Fish Fry Chautauqua this year will be'one of ent "Thespians" the 'Drama Players Who Ask Hundreds Questions About
the finest male quartettes to be found jn underlined for Wedn sdaynlKirt County
In the American concert Add today March 5, at the Casino theater, --
There is no longer any doubt left Interested in a largo way in growing During four seasons, the PlymouthMale with the Makinson-Carson Post of the (By Allison T.' French)
in the minds onhe people of this city bananaa- ore the ones 'who are most Quartette has toured the Rsdclilfe American Legion as sponsors, the net The Florida State Exposition In
:and surioundln territory (if there I Vitally interested in getting\ good Chautauqua circuits to the satisfaction proceeds to be added to the Leg'.on's: TUPPER LECTURES Madison Square Garden New York
,wr hus been any doubt;) regarding price for good fruit. I'ersonalTy of every town and we are Community House fund. City, opened it. doors to the general, -
r h.' prominent part the }' ., would like to see these practical fortunate in having it Assigned to The play which will be the eighth publ last Monday noon, and. in accord -
,nana will Play in the future ofwth* growers in charge of the marketing our circuit this year. presented in Kissimmee under Trip. CLOSETONIGHT with the advertising literature,
"late The Florida banana and distribution end. When the bit The Plymouth Male Quartette hails lett direction within the past year, is brought to New York: "all of Florida -
and still is making money for those growers; get gooa" prices, the little originally -from Boston, the. great: again, widely different from all\ earlier but"The climate" .,
who have taken the time and labor to growers have (he same opportuni y if, music center, and has an unusually productions a wonderful four-act Meeting Is Well Attended i Osceola County's exhibit, while nowhere
4 nlant and cultivate them. they belong to the association. excellent combination of solo voices creation entitled "The Irish Cinderel rifearly as large as those of
' The\ Florida Banana Growers A so.uition . *Tb* experiences of the California which are made to blend with effective -' la." During Series. Tonight most of"'the other counties, is proving

.' convention whch: was held and Florida orange growers during ensemble'effects. It U! managedby ; .' Like nil other programs chosen Will Be Patriotic Night i to be one of the most; .interesting. to
here yesterday was one of the most the shipping! season of 1923-1924 have Robert Davidson yho wants you from Mr. Triplett's library, it H the visitors, on account of the strawberry -
nencial., as well a* optimisticalKulhcrings been useful to us, we have learned a to call him "Bob" as long as he is'in clean and wholesome, rich in heart patch which forms the main
which, we beSieve,. was" great deal from their troubles and town, and with him are three-1 splendid interest and with much laughIng The Tiipper meetings at the Christian part of the display a strawberry ". -
ever held in this tlty. we fully expect the Florida Banana singers whose greatest joy is to 1 material, while daintily entwined church this week have been well patch fourteen rows! long and ten
The Casino theater which was do. Growers' Ansociation, which includes entertain on the Chautauqua plat _I about the whole is one of the purest attended, and tonight's. lecture will rows wide, upon the plant, of whichare
niitt-d to the convention by- Mr. Jordan practically all of the big and littlegrowers form. Plenty: of standard and popular -' and. .. sweetest little love stories ever close the _series. Monday_night, bespoke i shown strawberries in every
was open to the delegates at 10 In our state, will be ready music will be on both afternoonand on", "Seeing the Bright Side ol stage from the blossom to the ripe .
,,'click and before 10:30: the lower when the right time comes to put into - night programs, and several of work, founded on the legend of Things, and he said, -It; is ,nothing berry. The hundred-and forty plants
tloior was well filled with enthusiastic operation a marketing system the old-time ballads so dear to( the "Msvourneen," has, in its dramatic less than wonderful how few people composing patch are not all there,
people who were interested in the future which will permit the shipment into heart of everybody. The Plymouth form long been considered a matter. have cultivated the beautiful 'Inspirational but they show there just the samel '
of the Florida banana. More I other states of nothing but first-class I Male Quartette turns itself into' an of genius, without parallel and with- habit of looking on the bright Two long mirrors) give the effect of
i nun 300 delegates registered. fruit, will direct the distribution of orchestra occasionally and plays ensemble i out even a similar theme to be foundin side of things.. The vision of many making the patch four times as Urge
The convention was calle.1 to order 'carloads so that no city will be oversupplied I numbers on the trumpet, ban literature. From start to fin'rh.' is never radient and their keynote of as it really is.
and II. C. Stanford of Klsslnnmee.who and will be in position to I jo, saxophone and piano and one of it .is the unexpected: and the unusual life never optimistic. They live in a Bordering the patch on two sides,
iivian; address of welcome in behalf have the grower set his own price on the boys will show you how to turnan that invariably happens though in drab colored world. They have an the booth being a corner one are
the county and city. Th?: minute* hi. own fluff The old-fashioned. and ordinary handsaw into a musical the end its! consistency cannot be ques inherent and cultivated tendency to displayed narrow strips of various
f the last meeting which were held foolish method of shipping by consignment instrument of wonderful tone. Impersonations tioned. Briefly told, this wo-der. emphasize and exa erate. the dark vegetables which Osceola county pro
.\ UllrtOwere read by the necrejry. took the control of the price and comedy sketches are' play Is bright, snappy and ppflrk'in-r! ; and the besuUiul dismal ll rather than the radi duces, while below this vegetable belt,
W E Holies, of OMsmar.! C. I I... entirely out of the hands' of the men bewildering, weird and fantastically ent and in life quart boxes of strawberries, fresh ,
>t kley. )president of the BananaCrowe's who produced that fruit and give also on the programs, making them surprising. Oddly enough, too, it was "The pessimist is never happy unless -. every day from Kissimmee, fringe
;. A.. .ociation. gave a short that control into the hands of far. highly interesting from beginning to contributed to the world by an rnony- he is miserable. lie carries about the central part of the exhibit The '
i.-ipotiRc. to Lho adilrons of welcome away commission men and the var mous pen. three kinds of trouble: All he usedto top edges of the booth are bordered '.'
At this point of the mectinif a vo- ious clauses! of buyers. end.Don't forget the date! The Plymouth The produl"lionrt'Ql'lrt'tI a much have, all he now has, and all he with air plants and Spanish moss,
,1\ duct WII' rendered by MisHea Ma "We believe the Florida banana : larger cast of characters than the expects to have in the future. He while on the face of either wall looks
in-un' un.l Lupfer singing "Just a growers should keep their hands on : Male Quartette will be on the program. heretofore presented b.y the spend his time in wanting what he out a deer head flanked by wild cat,
the first day of the Radcliffe Chautauqua Drama Players and will intioducc never gets, and getting what lie fox and deer aLias
Ii" and n* an ncorc. they sanir steering wheel and lot the other \ never which are provo
\ We Have No Bananas." which ride a.. passengers. The moment the whil'hom soon come to our town, several new membersA wants. lie stand under the Tree inK of interest to the northern people -
rmed to (TJ to the hearts of the d !IIat. l- farmer and the hanuna-jrrower let and whose dates are announced else- complete. list of the p'ayers. together of Prosperity, and growls because the with porting' blood. Outside a
.. and mOl t' laughter nnd ap- another man take the steeling wheel where. with additional details! will np- fruit falls on .kits head. As old Carlyle narrow runway, wherein County
II.II.lInK greeted the young bdj a' "f- the fruit-giower is at the mercy I'1 pear in next week's issue. once Raid, "He travells over the Agent J. R. Gunn Allison T. French
r I" the. {nv- rlilfira"We -.. ISY1f'IIOlYOIlCIiESTR.) : .\ -- -- whole Land of Promise and find '''of Kissimmee, and John II. Lawler,
'I 1 I hi- music i for the .convention- was do rot need our banana mar -- A HOWI.IM; SUCCESS TENNIS 'TOIIRNAMENTAR.RANGEI nothing but sterility and barrenness." ,of Saint Cloud and New York, are -
ji., nulled, l.y Mm. U. J. Burrows, pi- eting r.Kaniiution to function until > FOR !MARCH FIRST Tuesday night, Dr. Tupper's sub- .handing out information and litera-

. i :..-1!iwick. violin; Chas. Phillips, flutef, *, but we believe the time his nns and other devotees of line music Jacksonville und Elyria. Ohio located Invention and Discovery," and he': score or more photccrraphsof
I I' Icko cornet. and Mrs, .S.. U. already arrived to appoint a good were delightfully entertained) Wednesday in thin city, has been now Maid fn part, "Never was an age; '' O'ceola! county groves', homes,
i 1JII"'k: violin. This was indeed airy committee growers. to give this evening at the Casino theaterby for busy comnletjrg alone the tract of all\ the centuries, I I buildings, road, and other scenes,
ariangement* tennis
delightful purl of the program. matter their earnest attention and the Orlando Symphony Orchertrain tournament to'bo! held! at the a so blessed materially as is ours, especially back up the tales the representatives
.V the afternoon nession, Mrs. A'm study from now until our next ann"a' what was declared to be the best Club house on March 1, which' Country wMl: decide in inventions and discoveries tell"':'true, tales all of them, but many .. -
..lrt1" Jlullo.'k, nanc.IrIef meeting -in October, 192-1. at which display: of musical talent of its kind i the Vinior championship of the- which have bridged distances, extended of them unbelievable to some of their
addrcKneg were given by-W lime the committee should !1w able t<' that has ever made its appearance city! of Kissimmee. commerce: saved labor, transmitted hearers.
i' )Holies and I'. M. Shinibarger. ofJtn submit for our consideration, a 'Iron7 before a Kistimmee fathering. I, Three prizes are offered follows ,speech, turned the darkness of The location of Osceola's exhibit -
/ (' Castle, and at the corc':nvion of marketing plan, which we can discuss From the time the director first First prize to the winner $5 as in gold: the night into the brightness of the could scarcely better. On entering
i heir tnlk they an1lwtPred a number of'IU and vote upon at our n"xl niertng.I lifted his baton to the rendering of !second prize to the rnnn,." $2.50 day, and lifted our whole physical the massive building one sees a cen ,' -
<| <*Ktions in regard to the rare an'l I have watched and studied all kinds: the last number, a responsiveness wa in gold and. third prize will--up be $1.50. being into a higher sphere. We live ter aisle, at the front right side of. .
ulture of the Florida banana. of vegetables and fruit-growing enterprises obtained which almost forced the ba- In addition to the winner receiving in a new world: new in communica* which Karl Lehman Mrs. Lehman, ,
"The world is convinced we are in this state and from my licf that some unseen and mysterious the $5 in fold he will have won the I' tion new in exploration, new in illumination County Agent Kim., and Mrs. Tay -
growing h-manas in commercial ciuaniticn own experience and the experience of connection existed between the movements title of junior champion for the City I new in transportation, lor, borne demonstration agent; of -
in Florida: ," said W. E. Bolles, others I am able to say I am not completely of the leader and. the! various: of Kissimmee. new in production and distribution.The Orange county, are seen and heard -
.f Oldsmar, secretary of the Florida convinced that the banana instruments.The Entrant tickets will be $1 and will fact is that we have snatched with their beautiful exhibit :featuring '
llanana Growers' Association, during business in Florida .surpasses all others entire company responded per.fectly' be on sale at the Broadway, Pharma from nature, secret after secret a miniature orange grove. Immed
his address at the mid-winter meetIng in money-making results, ,pe: of the association in Klsslmmeeyesterday. safety, and not; being over-done." diminuendo effects; and'one All the funds remaining after the past and it now looks'a. though wewould between the center and side aisles is. .,

. "Our membership includes At 12 'O'clock: the convention adjourned grand harmony was had which held prires an'"- expenses are paid will be get' perpetual motion through: Osceola Count?.. Most everybody
nearly eyerv' county In Florida nearly to the Chamber of Commerce the attention of -appreeciat've: used! for the organization of a tennis; radium. turns immediately to the right as
every state in the Union aml Peru building where a fish fry was enjoyed audience from the start. club\ for the boys and girls of Kis Thursday night Dr. Tupoer apo'ce they come in the main entrance: and
Kuhama Islands, Republic of lion''In by more than 290 people. After the The staccato features were especially simmee who may be interested In ten. on, "The Bible As An Incomparable Osceola therefore baa the honor .of, .
ran and Canada. I have had cor'funondence dinner hour the delegates was shown pleading, and every extreme was nis. John Wines will act as treasurer' Classic." lie said, "Two distinct and introducing them to Florida.' ,
from many other lor."tlC" the banana grove' of S. B. Aultman reached, from the low ground) of the until the organization had been form... Interesting! facts will occupy our attention County Agent Gunn arrived in New \0;' :
countries. on Cypress Island. bass to the treble, in which the first and officers duly elected. m n- tonight First: The High order York Wednesday, of* last welt with :

"The acreage planted to bananas In Most of the afternoon session was violins featured.At It'd The tournament will start lit ten I of literature which the Bible con- the exhibit, expecting to get to work
i'lorida has been doubled, and yet were once, the conductor, Ross V. \ tains: and second: The H'eh' order of it for the
consumed by an address given by T. on Saturday morning"" March ImmediatelYlrep&rinK op.
Steele, the hearers with his
impressed literature
a long way from being able to 1. Those unable which the Bible creates. and a boxing
; Harris, who for to play at ten o'clock
,upply all the fruit which our own \\J.representative of the manv British years was a consummate ability; and his fine will notify Mr 'Calhoun and arrangements or to express it differently: The rare match however kept'all!! the Florida --
.Ial<' alone con consume. I have re- government leadership figured prominently into will be made literary grace and glory alike pos- exhibitors out of the garden until
to the West Indies where he toplay\
<> u.r! requests for carload shipments I devoted much of hi. time to the scien- the production of those soulful and accordingly. cessed by the Scripture in itself; and Saturday noon. Saturday afternoon -
uhirh none of our members were in .tlfle cultivation of the banana and emotional effects which were recur- at the same time, produced by the presented one of th fmost interesting
osition to fill.\ My own crop la sold I The Gazette will endeavor to publish ringly reached in the various num- Scripture beyond itself in some ot: scenes of th whole exposition. Trucks '
fl"r two years ahead. I am planting I his address in full next week. bers.Orlando ERNEST; GREEN PROPERTY woVld's noblest works. Few people, were lined up at aU back doors of '
'!\8 acres additional in the.subeibs of is to be congratulated upon SOLD even of broad education and culture, the Garden. while a freezing' wind -
r.impa and getting"" ready to plant I S. B. Aultman also spoke at the the bringing \together( of such nilexcellent at all adequately apprehend the incomparable Maw throughthe concrete canons; '
i IIrt.ty. acre more in the same nelirhorhood -'|afternoon session and his subject wa* arrav of musical talent. literary glory of the Bi threatening the tender Florida products -
'" I am also Interested in two "The Kissimmee Banana lie said Tho local people who figured in fie Ernest Green home at 409 ble as the matchless Book of letters Most everything survived the -z
.:her lurtre plantings. i among other things, "1 believe in the orchestra are !MrH. U. J. Burrows Mabl>etle street was Hold through the Thin divine-human volume is not only cold: however, 'Palm Beach county
future of the banana industry and I Mrs. S H. Bullock. Minn LouiseThoyiason. Nelson Realty Company this week to
"The :I unsurpassed l in beauty and simplicity suffering the most \
CavendUh. Hart and Lady Mrs. on some of: its
'' varieties am in it to stay. There is a great Frank Reed a former A. H. Watdon. of Washington! in dignity end subl'mity.' in depth of palms. Twenty-six
'nger .are maintaining theirad of land in the I D. C., and she will the men were required -
quantity state that is Kiflimmecan also nppcarcd. home
< thought and wenlth of ima to into
in populaitr. .All of them will 'TV. in carry the big hall the co-
produce, good nine-hAJ bunches in adaptable for growing bananas some The orcnoion was n marked KUCcjss I'n the near futureIt elevation of sentiment and purty; of coanut ralm tree which Palm) Beach
('loida! ''of it not to !good and some of the laid and the Women's Club e,* Kisoimmee was in mil! \ that M's.. Wntso" diction in sowing clnouence\ and is "Sanford .
showing. has
SO live
weighing to 60 alligator \
pounds or a
is better than others; however thereIs is to lie tlinnhed) for I brinjrimr ; mad her first visit to Floridan' more, and that is large enough to ; thrilling oration creating -much irttr-
no doubt as to the successful "growing thin fine company of musicians 10 our for Sometime she was a resident of .
uit the commercial requirements. We and in i>irational songs, but Is un- est, and he hissed his disapproval of e'
of bananas for commercial Lauderdale, whore she is interest
use, city. -
equalled. It in the miracle the weather in
imir our growers once in a while 'ed in the Fort LnnHerdalo of mira.Ielell. no uncertain terms." .*
in the state of Florida. Sentinal -
.ixtaking proudly about 100 or 126 --- of'that As Mr. Glad'onc said, 'It ii not About six o'clock, when the wind' '
,'ound bunches, which are good for I Resolutions were offered to Kissim SERVICE FEATURING "C.ROWN- "After newspaper careful city. I precednce. hut snnremary that we seemed the coldest the covered truck
he tate and county fairs and you mee for the hospitality extended to UPS" AND "OLD FOLKS"A co-jntrv fturronnilinfr a fCiMftlmmAo survey of the I ask for this Book of nook' No book bearing)'.' Osceola'n strawberry catch
in all\ grow them I if you will handle I the. delegates,, to the members. the have come to the conclu.llon'"t.hlit-K11; : in capable of nroduc'ntr such mental arrived. Gunn, French (who had arrived .'
I hem right; but the regular retail orchestra, t() Mr. who donated simmer is of the in awakening and inspirational instruc. a (!SJK minutes before), and :
towns Cen-
trade is all\ based upon the handy the use of the theater for the convention special service will be held Sun- 'ral| Florida! one that tion. It is a moot monumental pieceof John H. Lawler, assisted by F. C.
':inc-bunch as the standard. The ba- to the ladies who rendered the day morning"" at the First Bup'ist i Mrs. Watson must grow, said beautiful English prose and poe- Betts, who happened to be In New
"ana crate factories mako the crate vocal selections. to the Chamber of church nt the 11 o'clock hour for I Kis.'imme ." "and I will boost for try. Of the 6.000 different words in York at this time and Frank Woodall '
''o nuit the average bunch while as a Commerce for the excellent fish frv "Grown-Una" and Old People and the ? our Authorized Version only some who comet over, from Jersey every '1 c
,natter of fact about nine-tenths of and to the untiring efforts/ of U. J. pastor. Walter B. Knight, will take as 250 arc not common word. use-l in night to assist, rushd those plants ,
ill the bananas are shipped without I Burrows in so greatly assisting the his subject, "Tho Charm of Old Ate; ," FINE ARTS CLUB the mill. the mine. the field and the out of tbe cold and into the less cold,
>ny crates did in carload lots. Many delegates to make the convent'on a or "Second Childhood." -- forest. Ninety-ievon per cent of the for Madison Square Garden,,' at that

Lunches of imported bananas we'gh I success.It A conveyance comm'ttee, cimposed The fine arts department of the King James' Version are puie Eng time reminded one of these morningsa f
le's than 85 pounds. was voted to hold the next c 'n. of Mrs. IIayn 3 Brinson. Miss RuthHorzberg Woman's Club, or at least one section lish word: few weeks ago in Florida when on. r
"Florida banana growers have es- vention at Winter Haven in Febru- nnd Sam Lupfer, will provide of it, offers a pleasing program at "In view of this every thinker, started reading the thermometer
'ablidhed this very profitable food- ary, 1925. cars for those who are unableto the Chapter House next Tuesday afternoon whether Oh null in r>r not, ahouH he from the bottom. The onlv dft"erence
rruit industry in our state on a strict Following III a list of new memberswho attend Sunday school and church at three o'clock.' ; ; drawn to the Bible bv its style' if fn was Madison Square Garden .w..scolder
ly scientific! and practical basis, and I' were voted into the Flo rid \ Banana otherwise. Those who care to use Miss Bay and her committee have no other reason. It is a style which than those' mornings. The f,
have already shown the planters in Growers' Association ftt the this committee should instruct them arranged a program based upon the in clenr ctrone. direct, and beautiful. strawberry plants drooped, turnei ''f
,her' countries a thing or two they meeting yesterday: where to call. work of Dutch painters-Rembrandt.! The Bihle is the Book of our learoinsr. pale, and presented sorrowful' ap-
did not know about bananas. In I Congressman Herbert J. Dr.tre, of "Silver Thread Among the G ,1.1." Adrian Van O tade. Frans Hal and as well as the Book of our religion.It naranee. It began to look as if the
Florida we plant and cultivate ba- Lakeland Congressman John J. will be sung by a quartette cocdnosed other artists will be considered. appeals to our highest mental power Osceola men would be lucky to save -
nunas Intensively, getting the largest Kindred, ;of New York City: H. J. of Misses Elizabeth Waring, Lncile Guests are cordially invited to at. I as well as our deepest spiritual a plant! to show. But County Agent ,
amount of production per acre of all Fernald, of Puerta Castilla, Republic Griffin Messrs. Albert Sutton, and R. I tend. I need. Ouna seemed not to worry. He let' i
the "In Genesis we have the wonderful them take their time
--banana-growing districts In the G. Stanfield and appropriate renditions to recuperate. '
of Honduras .J. P. Clayton of New
world. We plant scientifically we ,'Brunswick.' Canada; T. M. Cairns anl will be had by the church choir -.. revelation of the beginning! of things. watered them later at just the right
t take better car. of them than they T Z. Roberts of ;Cniilornia and R. and orchestra. A banquet\ will .be I PROGRAM In Exodus, we have a high type o' temperature, and saved every one. In .-

do in the tropics, consequently we W. Dunlop, J. C. Adams, Luells S. given to the older people by the flower SUNDAY. FEB. 24, 4:00 P. M. history; in Leviticus the profoun lest I the morning blossoms smiled out ., 1*
treatises of Uw In JoK the snh- from the heavy .
must and acre than thee do. It is' common limest soul ethics ever written; in the ly healthy looking foliage and since ,
a Foote. T. P Chester W. F. Strath- At the popular evening evangelistic _
thing In florida to! make f40O< per am, John .McFarlane. L. NeV, A. service, the pastor will preach on, I KISSIMMEE CONCERT BANW Psalms, music in 'omi *' : *n Proverbs that time pink berries- have'turned,

arfre.iniide th. first twelve months I* l3akb1tt. -r.: M. Perry, John Dyer, 'The Man Who Sings, 'Jeans Paid It I U. J. Burrows, Director a wonderful collection of moral' I redwhlte'ones pink and green ones .
after planting and a.hlgh M .Sl.OOO Frank Jorqan, O D. Bed field. R L. 'All On The Lord's Day, and Fails to i.- .. maxiums; in the Gospels, matchless I' have taken the whitish ripening turn. '
to t2ooo per' acre in the secoitd and March :. of biography; and in the Epistles, 1ore. 'I' This is..written' ot the close oftM "*
;Jenkins, E.'A.; Thompson, G.C.;. Hewitt Pay His Grocery Bill on Man's Day, "Boy Scouts, America" ,
set fire by emotion. Her thehighest first of.
following/ ..year., I9tiUl i .W. ,P. 'obertaonJg) S.-Hyatt' 0. or "Pardon In Christ For The Vilest ._..____.-..... ._Sousa on are day the exhibit.which: opened r r
be b.Mrewe. Sinner and the Most Overture "Marltana" ; strains of poetry the most I Monday noon.Figur.s; of th.numbe' '.
Mveral'years u.. Lumry, ,M.: J; ColllcutVR., M. Linre Exemplary Wallace thrilling instances ef 'of .
produce, enourh' 'trnlt.-to meet the re- ; .) verhart and vBarnea, JEV ..O Moralist." Concert Walts-Moonlight on The 'memorable.deeds, biographer.themost .of 'today people'"who-visltM'the'exposition are"DOt""lIabl. ,
; history
< uir....nts- Nile yet .But the : -
of Brando :
and E.- A. _
our own state. RobbaMr..1Anus- Carson Farmer of Klng
; superintendent -? '
thenwe and the loftiest principles) of ethical ,Indications. are that scores of thousands '
will begin shipping into othr 't-Giess,'If-a-, the Bible school, announces that his Idyl."GladGIrl".Edward and moral teaching how much of ,people will this-week ,
er etateav :where vast market await J. M. Smith T,,. B.\\AdaIr, F. W. Lu. department Is working for. an at- INTERMISSION *' sublime is Moses than Plato more How Florida Into York'.e
ui.are because about. MO. K>0 bunches combe. W., E.':\lIowa,.' :.John<' Boon' tendance .in- Sunday school that will SeIectien-r-MThe .Strollers" -.Ludwfg much more enkindling.Ii .David 'tUB 'City In, the dead .r :wtnter: ,-: and,that --
imported >each ve* '''to sunplv Merle II. Smith.' N. C. H-)ck'ns. H. A "
r go beyond recordbreakingnumbers Interrneezo-'Tbe. Arabian Night'' Dante T How much MOM pletareaqie this ;great. exposition will be ,the taw
what we can and should. produce r ght Kanse,,W.i D. Cowart," W.. Bv Wllgus He also states that Sam '-;.-'.-.::.. -,--.....-...;.K''' fa' Job than ,Homers ;All the-great restive for other ..thousands, tour-
harej in Florida,' We- will need -a E. A. Uelbher,., ('..-.JL Baker, C.. H Lincoln. Lupfer, Jr.:. will \make his Maich--"Vanguard,, of Democracy writers of the world have- born testimony late and settlers; Oseeola U ,

-.' tatwld, .banana:.marketinr.orz ***!- I 1I..blla't.Ti'l :.-.-.Black-. .' ", .;;- A- -. $mart ,- initial appearance., Sunday morning, a* .-_._-. -??. ..,.,i.. -.Kwg; the wondrous character of Indeed. fortunate-, that Ita'county' t'f'DIiDI.* a'*.,
Hon., The men who., art financially' ,.I C.: ;J.jAnderro/ .t'" a soloist. ,.- Star Spangled Banner_.....:.......K: y ,'i (t:.tlIUaa.oD', P o;: Ten>:; '. ,(Contlau, on .Page, Tea) "h* .
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iu GUESTS AT HOTELS tions on December' 31, 1923 'was ap-. KISSIMMEE -- HAND

proximately 400,000. In the\ writo concerning painting .
a' $ In the forty-one of its life, ,
K GRAYSTONEV | years and fancy work features of the Or

h .. L. E.. Lull, New Orleans, ; Margaret the commission has given competitive lando fair there is this ,,interesting
Nulling, Jackson, })r and exam'nations to 4,713,300 applicants, paragraph: v.

If Mrs. Morton R. Peck Miss Dorothy 1,412,007. of Whom have been appoint.. "Gordon Bullock has contributesome

Peck Kenneth PecKy Cornwall-on- ed. very good hand carving whichshows TAX NOTICENOTICE
Hudson N. Y:; Mr. and Mr Aur- 11'> The commission is represented in a boy's trend of thought as
ther N. Thompson, North field Mass.; approximately 4,000 cities and villa- the things he has made are a mode

Mr. and Mr C.,W.. Dickens, Dellalre. Res of. the United States by local cf a flying/ machine an ,engine and '
,,0.; Mr.. and Mr E. 1'. May, C.ncln- boards of examiners! having -total cars and several' other thing. ':, 'hat kiv < V ...

lurti.'O.; Mrs. Alice' Wilson, Uncin/ membership of. more than 10,000. are, extremely! well done." hereby given at the,, tax book l
>, nati, O.; Harriott J. Sherman, Tampa j I Local board members are attached
;;P. E. Phillips, Tampa; J.J. Chandler .,.to other branches of the service and for the 1923 will close
I Tampa; R. M ,Shari!, Alsac, i' give a part of their time to the work ,FRESH VEGETABLES of Osceola County year _.

Jo'rance'N.; C. Konnett, Punta Gorda; of the Civil Service Commission for ARE< N.:EDEU DAILY
.ra J K Blackburn, Punta Gorda; L. L. 'which they racdlve no additional com -- promptly on April first, next, and all unpaid,

.' 'Jackson, LaGrange, Ga.; Frank Uush- pensation. No vegetables are as good as those
.rk 'nell\, Tampa; C.' E. Little, Jacksonville I I. The commission gives examinations 1 !grown in one's own garden and: there taxes at that time will be subject to advertisement
k GOOD WEIGHT ; J. W. S. Davis Tarp.n Springs, for more than a are good reasons why fresh vegetables

'Carl Oilman, Atlanta; Bert Morrison, kinds 'of occupation, ranging from should form a part of the daily and sale.
In one of: the features of our ice serv Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell: ordinary unskilled laborers to the I diet of every' family. At the begin

: ice. You know when! we deliver you Boston, Mass. highest grades! of (.(technical scientific! fling of the year attention should be, ; -
t I DAYSON'SC j and administrative positions.The I devrtcd to the home gulden advises I I In writing about taxes, give complete description
; \ fifty or a hundred pounds of ice, you L. Campbell and son, (Hull, New members of the present Civil +V. L. Floyd, professor ef horticulture
Jersey; Mr. anti Mrs. Charles Ken- Service Commission William C.I I of the Floiida College! of Agriculture. I
will get exactly that amount. Our neler Columbus, 0.; I.'. 1':. Gionquint. I Doming, president. George R. Wales, January and February is the time, of your property and e.nclose postage.

Miss Gronijuint, Alabama; N. J. liar I and Helen 11. Gardener I to piepnre seedbeds anil the soil for ; .
is clear and! wholesome.'
ice pure, : ris, G. II.AlcCormack, Uirmingh in, .
Mrs Gardener is the the garden. Frosts in Florida are
only woman i
,I To from being
Ala.; Mr. and Mm. C. P. Carter: Kic i- t prevent your property assessed -
Place your older: with us today who ever held the office of United ,j ually\ light enough not to kill most I
'irond. Va ; Mr. und. Mrs. T. W. C r- ,I, '
States Civil Service! Commissioner.fheo.lore plant, especially if ven the
i young g
UNKNOWN furnish Tax Assessor
ter, Richmond. Mr. anti M I
; H'i, Roosevelt memberof protection if cold flame rhis fact as ,
was a a <
i THE NEW ICE CO. George; V.m Atlanta: I n. :Miler
; Commission frm' makes for 1'lotida people
the\ Civil Scrvpo it possible'
Canada H. J. Lull New York;, S. S
; ; 4 Wm. I.-Barber Kissimmee Florida a complete
? Phone 124 Thompson, Palm) Bench; K. E. Huffman May: I1,_ IStt, to May! fi, lSftr. || to produce early vegetable ,
The fundamental' ) prmnnie of tntivil It is a good practice to test seed for
K. W. ) .
Tampa; Martin. : !
Ott I I'. A Thomas T.mira; William Rat service< law i i.* to maintain: in the germination before planting, in orderto fi description of your land, as he is required by

U-r, E I ward Cnlliiway, August\ Peters. I' parts cf the service covered by it- insure a good stand. :Small:': seed
MilwaukeeVjs.; Mr. und l\lrp. E. G. 'provisions! :a merit xy.lein whereby 1 like cabbage and turnip, can bo tested ; law to assesses UNKNOWN unless this is done.C.L.BAND1 .

Genuine Cavendish Haymaker.., Charleston. S. C.; Mr. .selection for appointment "Blinll, l.n. cm a hot stove. Those that pop have
and Mrs. II. A. Ned KUsimmoi1; A: made upon the In: !'t4 cf' demonstrated utility; the dead ones bCII.. Large ;

M. Ook", )Plum) C'lty; Mr an I Mrs relative? fitrtes!?!. without regard, tj pos .( like beets, carrots, lI.d sugar X .
E. G. Drown. Biyonne, N. J.; :Mrs, '' 1 111'nl. religious, O' ether sam'tar considerations. mill, run be tested by' mean ofjUeing '
Banana Plants Mary E. Truitt Mi McGee! R. Am 1 doll textci This consists a of roll- I .

iron, I'. hutch in, LaGrange (!u. ; C. ini? tnc- stc'd I in a wet cloth and placing -
W. Walker ( c"'l"jrP' Walker A'. I :; ' tinn.>\ll ill a wurni location. In ..

: ..... FOR SALE Walker Tampa; H (' Cainev, Flo i UON'l) SO.\K SEED: TOO ,a., vu, tin days open it and calculate TAX COLLECTOR
la ; Mr. and Mrs. Fulton :Si.:! I'de.- LONG(; IN i DISINi'ET.tN'1"Many : !,,inPCM nta&c'' osp( : nut el seed.
burg. Another to consider is ferI i.tirtivr .
point a -
Price, per plant 50c PARK truck or garden plants. n td'I I -.d'L :stable manure' IN one of the
+ Mr. and Mt<. William McDonaH.1 fruits are often: seriously. injure t h. best 1| fcililiycts known. ]Jt should be

J Scranton, PH.; Mr. end Mrs Wafer I Id'!'paK, <'s which could lie pr \entcd b\ \\e-il, ,l rutted and should have a small

C. Brown Daytona; George K. Spencer disinfectm' the seed before 1)'IIntin' l pct centitge of straw to manure 'Phik- l0s'.WbtiB 004 4+7'5444444444
Dnvtona; Mr. and Mrs. (!t A I in n l-to-100 solution: of (oro v<* sliould lie applied at the
Post Thompson, Pa. Miss Mama.:\ i ... i'I'uhlilllut. ,
Pahokee Banana ; : late of ten tons to the acre anJ be
Nursery Smith, :\Ia<'on. Ga.; n. I D. .MrGehce. T''is yinfeclant ran be prepirel I thoroughly), ( mixed, into the soil. Stable Cabbage cauliflower) collard eggplant Bible, if not already planted. Brus-

Tampa; Alfred I Hollinget, Ashland, b\ .1i. "I\'ing- 1 'talilc-t ( which may be I ip inai.nie. nines the; temperature of lettuce., pepper, tomato and eel sprout plants should be set also
: CHARLES DIMICK, Proprietor t/t.; Mr: u/hll\lrs. George l LUI1 ;, Itroil. 1)!- I.. lit cf water. Tins a ount is suffiint |I
t I Commercial futilizeis should in January. Do not cover more An effort should be made to have
4 Pahokcc Florida I ITRAVELORS | f.r n quarter of a pourd of sed. ,
nl i'iurvali of inch
"o u lit / duiing the grow- than three-quartets an deep. new vegetables every few days. This

Y L ;M L. RUwn! 'J.aurel: I'lii S. I K; : I r.<'lensfd' mounts tS can be prepared ,i'ir PC' "i toil 1 as a top! die t sf- to stimu- Turnips, beets and carrots should he ;; can be done by planting new ones be. ,
; mixing in the
l "fop.lrtlon.
I 1u-I.n., ) Hisim i ate, I'liink, (G i \ Ki :SdQf,> different! some plants require; t'-> I.,t. : np' d iriiv II. planted i'i tin tielj as early as pos I ween the rows every week& or two.

iiiini'-e.. 1'in'ik. Wit: n. IlIlmJ.> I' il- .--.-.-- ..-
I lie snaked in the solution' for var.-in/. !
in Owlc-m. Kis, i i'u' in IP, Sir.: .111 I Mi- I11 ,
i rtrths of t tutu' 1) e us(I' th se'.1real
S K; GUI.MM;, /CIc land (n I ; Mi"r. : n I , .
p Mis. T. '. nu"I-. "'.. Po1.' .. I II I :Mi,. i "tf wmr are limit c.-i'-Ty p:'lie T _ _
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E i nd Mi" J..I. W ,ill.i.. '. I' .M" 11'11. S: i I .
1.ml1'I' redould. be ockel i
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J :iK,'nc. I'm.11.'I, ( ,' :N.; Y ; Min r c rili',. ". to the tlnii jndc'Hc'l: t:
after every meal I ( ..1,.J li i'f t 1"' '"a,11111'' s
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( "i> t },, U1'. '' JO> ,mrut"s
)1'id ; :Mr and :Mi,"< 1.. A t 0 'I"ad.
) Cleanses moalb anti Klk.ul.: "' 1ml ; SiDiml |HI.II.! | TII'n"a'AII.t I ('. lr'R_ .n, mart" I

teeth and aids digestion. \I.tzerr, mil I F .ntill'. (tL C"'"\ (,, I < utumlii'r Id in:noose

Relieves that over ) 'rtd O ; H"j.\, ; , i DC" IV". 'Jiik: 0"- I|' I'j I :'' I IH't' :> IIIIIMI'C'M ( A LONG TIMEINVESTMENT I
eaten feeling and acid II--- (0.> 1 C:. Cl'c-ithmi., .Atlin'd Ii: ; l.C't' t uc e" H nini.t. ,, s
( moutn.Us W S I.nrh. <'.,-!""nii! -. Mich; Ad'-' I l'epei; _ ", minutes I
l.ndc, W Sonj. Atlanta Cla -.u: .a' .1:1] : minute .
1-a-st-t-I-n-a I 1'0'111.1.. _ rt niitil.t s
i ( '\. satisfies the craving for ----- - .u. Brothers Sedan body is steel _
Watermelon . 10 minutes | Every Dodge
-.OO.dOO TESTS MIKA.NM'AI.I.I f I Tli"' time I tal.l" has lie'-n. woikeloit f | built throughout -sills I pillars Is,
> Is double : ;; ,
} Wrl01eys UV SITDKliVkKR: ;\ an I is lieintr rent mmonded, by G.: F. ,
value In the benefit and frames and all.
-- i Weber, as-oci'te: plant path 1 I. g "t of I
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pleasure It provides. One hundred und \\eiity-fue.1 Studelial *- t t'.e. I'loiula Experiment, Station.L'E61'I'S .
d' S.alJ in its Parity er e.ijf.neeis; 1111'ta.lulJ lists c it mists I
This all-steel design-exclusively a Dodge
Pachagf.vt3T. 1 1w i and median cs to :lav devote I then i
i '6 .EN'S tune and thought: to development I.IKK LIKE: i IIOSV'l'O ( Brothers feature possesses certain practical -
and tests of new ideas in motor cat ; GKT HKsr Ii ESI 'I.TS
I it
which recommend most
1i 1\\ design con-ruction, ojieiat.o.i rid I.N: THE( CHICK KINGDOM:

is onrCfs equipment. I emphatically to the closed car buyer. II>
i, Plisse men play a vital part in the I Blood! will tell. A baby chicken may
i introduction of new models, such as" I|the counted on to possess the c'harlleI ,(
1 the 1924! : StuJebui
methods, and in consiiint- I{ pullet lays will be like the one from I which is particularly evident in the
1t ly guarding the high standard in I which it was hatched, generally
current production that have long' speaking. Thus, it pays to raise snug fit of doors and windows, and resultsin "
t made Studebaker a leader in big-vol chickens true } reed ' :," I,., '. ' ':" "rI
to type and ; not r '" ." ,/.A ,,, : a staunchness of construction which 'I"
{t Jhe flavor 'lasts ware cylinder manufacture cars high-quality, ,ix. to cross! and mix, for eggs: from such 1<'1 V'I':{."\;',\\1.: f <' ;' \'j'':',':' : guaranteestotheowneralongtimeinvest I ...I \,'"':""jAl t ( ,_.,1'1.
chickens 6n
the market because 1/
brim "' .
I The laboratories! in which' these: leis J : :;:"' :tl.I" :
I \1
t t I men work are designed, constructed and shape.A of the. ,variations in size;/ color" ,. I''ir..i\' ,; ment---and a long time ,satisfaction v"ff! \. ,;f

.' and-equipped at great cost to pr vide; :
proper facilities for the intrcate arid unitorm; product always brings a .
J I pninbtuking: work that mu-t IKli.. better pr C'e'than a non-uniform prodjiul. -
MADE THE SAME>y AS bled; '' 'J iherefoip. revolve t this year" to''

Many thousand t of (dollars have buy a f fe'w. settings of purebred\ eggs, I. W. PHILLIPS CO.

been spent by Studebaker to e )lui.) ft-el I tlie "chick right and gradually ]i| Orlando
THIRTY YEARS AGOFOR these laboratories with the finest test Ii:i sell c (If the mongrels, The inpioveImcnt I Fla. I , ,

l la ing' devic-cs gauges: and mac nneiy. I in the quality of the product
a I 30 yearsphysicians$ have Hundreds of these are so finely construe llnrefrom will create* in the owner a I .
(' Gude's I'epto-Man- te I that they defect imperfections gieiiter: interest in his or her piultrvj I i'' I

.. r ) because it contains a form that only the* powerful miciosciope work at the same time insuring ud- C. A. WILL,

'( of iron which is readily absorbed, could C'theiwise. disclose. de I profits. Osceola County Representative
does not upset the stomach or affect I Laboratory experts are given: un The name* principle applies to egtfs\: ,
e the teeth, and is a splendid tonic limited( fieedom in Studebaker's vast for h-ite-hing. Eggs for this purpose1 I St. Cloud, Fla. p I II
and blood enricher. At your drug- plants. They enter into every activity should le large because large eggs

4 jrist'B, in both liquid and tablets. in their search f r the ult.m'ite in ptoduri large chicks. However, abnormally I I tl I 1 11
cylinder motor car irea .ion large eggs should. not be I
Free Trial
i ; Tablet and (construction.
'I used fur as a rule they are freak 4.?|
valu. of Cud.*- pto-Mam-ran, write today Some eit and
.r se test steo'" non the cf ,
'., f. for venvrous Trlnl Parkas of Tublrtn. Send brass remit a dis-olore-d oviduct on j I
wood leather
( ; no money-junt name and .ililneti. toM glass and other oth'r nhvsical; disorder in the hen., a"-I '
v ? J. lirtitenbmch Co.. 63 Warren 8u. N. Y. raw materials und special equipment cording: to If. B. Lansdcn, extension
pickeJ itt landom from the steam
that flows poultrvrnan of the Florida college o'
GudespeptoMangan incessantly into the various agriculture.Seven I
mammoth departments. StLIotht'rs
cf these one hundred and days is about, as! long as eggs I i
twenty-five n en work cut fie arrest for hatching' can be kept with safety. I I

design! \ and check the finest product '' They shriiild! be kept in a cool place ;,; .H r

Tonic and Blood Enricher satisfactory performance 'I i that is i i not too dry an< should I e kept'; ''
/ fre. from drafts.,
year more than 00,000 Ruc.htellts Wrapp'ng eggs j
ate made in Studebaker labora- j'Mends to exclude fresh, air and weaken

teries. Guesswork! in mate: ills the germ Washing; removes the natural -
- methods, construction, operafon: an J I, coating or "ceal" and results. in 5 c

I performance are thus {'limil1 ted. j fit! 5 rapid f 9' In the manufacture of the three I tend to break the air cellordiK-

GETINFORMATION six-cylinder Studebaker models. H2O lodge: the embryo germ. The fresher t:,
tit y = mechanical operations are nocuriteti the egg the quicker it will hatch the I i
one-thousandth e f an inch. 3/iO( to one- stronger will' be the chick and the

r ABOUT TilE half-thousandth of an inch and mdnv more rapid will be its growth and the
others to one-tenth-thousandth cf an better its health. II|
;, Business inch or ten times thinner than a c'garetie It is
Universityof][ interesting to know that hens j I -
paper. accuracy, w'nl.)! with red ear lobes lav brown ,
costly! makes the construction: of motor eggs.
and that hens with white
Tampa cars that give; enduring; eonomical -
lay white
and dependable servic-e. eggs. Belonging to the first
p clans are Wyandottes, Rhode Island
"The foremost School in Florin"OE' < far h"y01l1 Reds and
n ; the usual work of its testing laboratories Orpingtons. And to the second t \

a' .." Tampa and Cans Streets to safeguard" the interest of Blue class belong Leghorns: Anconas i I ttasfys
Studebaker car owners. One thou- AtidaluHwns and l\l norcll8. I -
; + Tampa Florida sand stilled inspectors guard against. aw

imperfection. in manufacture and as- Old Timer is Back !
F.?"b'y. These men make 30.000 in-
--' - snections during the manufacture be-

U fore th.. cars are passed 1 through for "My friends had all given up andnever e- .

t,1 : 666 final delivery. expected to sec me around _
-- -- again. I had 1 .
given up hope myself --- --
I SOME CIVIL SERVICE FACTS as medicine <0- -- .
; Ia a Prescription prepared for no touched my case. Th I ------_ 'M TT-
- -- doctors
had tried I .
everything. food
Colds,_ Fever and Grippe The law establishing the United did not digest and filled me with a'l.I'I ORLANDO ,
States Civil Service
I It is the most speed remedy we know, enacte- Commission was My brother in Philadelphia wrote me ': MATTRESS
January 16, 1883. FACTORY
to try Mayr's Wonderful. ,
Preventing Pneumonia I In 1883 approximately 120,000 persons The first dose gave me wonderful ,

-. ... ..- --_. .. - -' wer employed in the executive relief and I am now as well as I MAKE '
rivil service of the .
United States. a '
I The was and feel thirty years young tOLD \ ,
I number of such "
employees on er. It is
a ,ANOTHER. BEAUTIFUL December 31, 1923, was 548.606. The aration that a removes simple, harmless the catarrhal prep ) t.' MATTRESSES NEW : 'fl800'W.'Soutb ".
HOME greatest number
e. employed at one mucus from the ,
Just Finished on Main Street. time was1 917,760 on November 11, allays the inflammation Intestinal which. tract and NEW ON ES TO ORDER"\ .. ; 9 .',,,I !o;<

t s' 1' ;, ,SEEL.PAINTER 1918 In 1883 the date of the armistice. practically all stomach, liver and causes in. Phoue 804 : ,t ...r1' : :
18,924 positions were das. testinal ailments ;
. AND DECORATOR rifled under the civil service law, and .citis. One dose will convince append$ :Street'' '
all Alain Street therefore, subject to competitive or monkey ; ( :
refunded. J. Z. Roberscn Orlando ,
J and! TtJ >
The number Florida l.l.,1 "
of such
peal.0 druggists everywhere. ,* : ;,; : I

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.. \ KISSIMMEE' :,\Ir.Et': : .''oXzirrrft.' WinX, ." FEBRUA'RIT. ; : ?--2f .. -... -..--._ ,____,__._____," ,......,_.______.___ ':'stn'qNITARYDAiAY ,
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FLASHES OF >t ; all the means t>f', public\ \ char PLANT'A TRAP CROP, .

'(By.'.Moee . and Immed ately available ta GET MORE TOMATOES
f..The orange market boy of twelve years or older -" '".j i

Towers there would Uke to Boy effective' Scout ret organization devised to Is Instill the Many a tomato crxp has been ruin. 1"
oranges Daytona are Journal"the for to the church.I.w. love' of,home and ed sides by of worms the that young mine' and out, growing the In. J. R. CLAY

$ _ solution to tile *..... Is not reformatory: but fruits. These worms prefer sweet
M1LK 6 ICE'CREAM frait..tilL.bangs. on.n tb. ntlYe. It is not a cure but a corn to the tomatoes. Therefore
inr a better__not)' It arouses the boyi bud plant the corn nearby and protect. the. Garage and Machine Shop
.. eted it will rive manhood ,and carries him tomatoes.
i fruit rip.ned'on the. b his dangerous and most'' Im This: practice1. is recommended to'
fore GI such superior age when he U most, in heIr out spraying dusting con
they will never again of adult leadership. measures. Double tows of sweet SUCCESSOR TO CLAY THOMAS w
I i :JI fruit of an early develops,' courage and exalts corn; should be planted across' the
it present condition while and U 100 percent for a Held every 60 or 100 feet apart, and
t discouraging .will 'work deaL with cowpeas between: Plant thecorn Farming Machinery,
mate advantage of the at such a time that It wUl be '
/ Is death to '
>> snobbery
and the grower as well depreciation And eliminates prevent self Just coming into ,silk: when the first,, Gas Engines and Pumps:>> ;Rebuilt N
prove an incentive to ( .. 'A scout Is always on is forming on the tomatoes advises .'
tin* hereafter." J. R.. Watson entomologist' of .
ATI'ENTION..J . e' honor and he Is at the right age -
Florida '
FATHERS practice The Panama' too City may the understanding determine the character of personal of The corn being experiment preferred the to- BEARINGS FOR.. NEARLY ALL MAKES OF.;,'CARS
only :
whole life. matoes moat of' the moth eggs will '.
of the state: "There be laid on the corn. The cowpeas
menia among(; some of ; supply shade for the moths. The corn
this dtr to kill off should be gathered thoroughly' and all
Sanitary Dairy milk U can find In their ". : : ENTRAIN worms on it killed at that tl-ne. fHerwi **- : I .-. ._.. _
the milk for ur folks.It the
y. woods and fields. '
Friday evening at St. Cloud -e. the trap crop will have djne
will benefit your baby. by law are ruthlessly Spanish War Veterans of that no good. ,
Your wife( .nd.-children 'and private. property entertained Department State Even when the worm Is in the com :
will like it and it will, be upon The editor'to kill. them has and It. A. Thiehune and" the it should be.fought Dust lead: arsenate : BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
-yard Post of War .
for United Spanish into the corn b ,d.. Further
food you. Invaded forthis Sergeant John Mc".-- information .
this be i
on subject may
morning two of the CONTRACTORS AND '
: was toastmaster. The affair.took bad by writing to the Experiment BUILDERS
ing came Into the yard in the rooms of the Chamber of Station Gainesville and I --
I I requesting a
ASN1TARYDAmYc : There pure-bred is :plenty Rhode of, and was indeed a very n- copy of bulletin 151. County agents I WOOD, BRICK, STONE,
bird., and one's evening for those' who were also are in a position to. lend assistance STEEL, STUCCO
attendance: which included: *) of this nature., N. P.. BASS JACK BASS
tD' enforce the laws. .
olur4W'ma ? ,It State Commander R. A.
mocking birds have Commander Fred T. e.1 322 Royal Street 615 Sprouls Avenue.... "
terminated in part of '' Theo. Ross of PosfNo. 13,' W. POISON TilE CUT WORMS OR ,
there is no (find of bird . departncn j adjutant, of AI-I GATHER AND FEED TO. CHICKS '\ -
safe with these --
Springs .nd Department .
out with guns. The Charles Lord Of damp-but not Put It out after saved the .Y .
other The cut worm is a pest. He is knownto loppy. by placing; bait In piles
sKore .birds suffer sunset BO that it will be fresh and about the stalks of the plants. For
..O.OODOON00o ....... where these bird + the Women's Auxiliary s.n-1 may every be controlled gardener by or feeding trucker h'm.lie .attractive the worm. they feed other crops it may be scattered: along;
DR. R. J. DENNING along frequently our shores seen now.. they" present were: Mrs.. R. A. the poisoned bait. Scatter this about the.a only at night. Make frellh bait everyday the rows. < i

DENTIST 000I.alre department president of field or garden after sunset for the as long: as needed. In a small patch .or> where there ti

**> Over the Postofnce > Jones, a ., ltfl'll..1." United R. Lyles Spanish, second War viceI Vet- I, hungry, worms to feed on during the If the bait is {roperly made and are but few cutworms the easiest ..
own, it will fall in such fine flakes
has been appointed night. and quickest and cheapest method I.
*> OFFICE HOURS: > Mrs Roland Jr.
9:00 to 12:80' 1:30: U R:00: *> ludgn for the district Mrs. W.Shaeteri brd. | This poisoned bait may be preparedby that fowls or birds will not pick it to walk through the patch In the ear
Resident Phone -174- *> Florid lie Is a ry. and Mrs. Marv Leonard', adding together bran 25 po-jnds; up according: to J. R. Watson, entomologist ly morning; and look for plants "cut
Office Pfcone 158 > bu". Mi**., but came Sanford; Mrs. J. Howard Gar. parts green or calcium arsenate', 1 of the Florida experiment off during the night. By: scattering ;
..................00Z 1885._ His legal Savannah. Mr and Mrs. E. G. pound; and w.ter. 21-2 gallons ,station.In the earth away from the base of the
to. appointment by Agnew and J. M. Cooper\ of Kis Mix the bran and parts green (or i, a field where the plants are plant the worm usually will be foundat i
.) o.oooo.oo.ooooo..oo. .. lidge.! Comrade W. G. Hankins calcium arsenate) thoroughly wh'ld scattered like cabbage, better protection a depth of not more than an Inch.
* unable to attend. |i dry. Then wet \until it is decidedly will be afforded and money Collect and feed to the chicken.' "'.,;
'Orl-nd" dhonld be
I MILTON PLEDGER t It"-II the next three m..r> -
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rut tim of the year in
ATTORNEY AT LAW nine other months," say .
Hate Bank Building OKI8SIMMRIC of that city, but the
p : KtXWIDA true of all parts of .
p4.04.0.444000404a4000.0.8a.eeeeee.ao4oo.44ee.o 0 .
I The Korenhnn A Business
tero. Lee countv. Story
4. 0. F. KRIBB8 W J. STKEO f enrth i III a conmv ) !
th. neoole live inside rf
I KRIBBS & STEED J JO llef I. ret forth in a book .1 1

Attorneys Kissimmee.and Counselors Florida at Law .*> Guiding 1,1.. Cn"'Tonv'Star Publ-'sMng nrin Rich in meaning to every motor car buyer ;

also :
place." It publishes
0 General Practice in all State and Sword monthly d
e United States Court. 0i ing Korrhan doctrine a The How Studebaker reached the heights :

i ...........OOOOeee40aaoeoeeooo4eoo0oeoe0 graph of one article\ In I

number, entitled' "Blind i ian '
follows" : "Mr. Bryan story of Studebaker has What others say-not what you 15% to conform to those standard I

*.I'ATJOHNBTON Johnston &O.Garrett P.OARRRTT. .saying Ience.'that One he would. 'prefers : THE told by many men in say -determines your place in the exactly. I i

p* ATTORNJEiyAiAT-LAW i. that a Iran of hit int' .' ways. Now let us tell long run. In every field of endeavor We invested $8,000,000 in a drop

; would not indulge! in it to you. one must accept that fact. forge plant to make all our own drop

0 10, 11 and 12. Osceola Bank 4 ..e..tion. Religion< Studebaker growth has in late We had the money, the plants, the forgings. 10000.000 in body plants I '
Building TKlflSIMMKK. of that relj! "ton would be to build all.bodies standards.
Motordom's sensation. to our
been : We had the incentive of ,
4 KLORIDA, > un In the nir without. a years prestige
.>* >*>*>*>>..*>*>**>* > >> *> stand upon. Science Is Sales have mounted until last year Studebaker traditions. In time we We employed 1,200 skilled inspect j
I in word. "srlre" to know 145,000 buyers of quality cars sesecured the men. tors to see that all standards were
. .00..0..0.. . . . word" rcience mean ts'b lected Studebakers. They paid over fulfilled. There are 30,000 inspect I
Cc-ld anyone claim to We told those men to build for us tions '
for them. on 'Studebaker cars during
II. CI1AY STANFORD I Without some knowledge $200.000.000 the in fine
Ji I utmost motor cars,regardless manufacture 1
t lOt hi. faith?" Estero All must realize that a new situation of all costs. We pledged them before they go out from ,t
REAL ESTATE. RENTALS by' Dr. C. R. Teris n in high-grade cars. the factory. (
O AND INSURANCE: under the title: of Ko'-... You who'are interested should now our good faith and. our resources. t lu
Over Bank of Osceola County inous. In.tmetlne.nll 'That's the whole story )j "
*> KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. The Unity also has a "' analyze the reasons. The cost was $50,000,000 10. "
. . . . . . .. .. . .. . .. .. cular paper called the That's about the whole story. W. I
gle. Tli" community is " year traditions- We built new factories-modern simply followed the never-changing\:!, .

10..00..1 vans tends to Its own 'i..t. ; J. ., The Studebaker principles have beplants.. :.We fitted them with:new Studebaker principles. We gave ,'.to ,
J ELLIS F. DAVIS deve.l'wl ty'!.holdings.large As and to Mr.valn ":'. '' come traditions in their.72 years of equipment=" 12,500up-to-date maour. buyers the utmost-values they'could i

*> \ ATTORNEY AT LAW. one ,of the most ..... existence. They have never not match. Then they '
i*> orne: America, and naturally I wavered. In all changing; turned by tens of thousands I
Bank of Oao.ola County Bnlldlns ,
4.:... I eb..err r Cel.laalK1RRiMMEE man thing Is liable to conditions they have tb Studebaker cars.
......... sionallv. You know :
luster to
4> ; FLORIDA says about the perfect brought new Find Out Why Over 7.50,000 of those can

name. have gone out. Their performance .
.... . .. ... ... . . . ... TAMPA MINISTER PREACH TO Men come and go but a People paid over $200,000,000 last year has developed a i
O 4 name like this becomes a demand for ,
> for Studebaker cars. 150,000peryear
LUCILE JOHNSON The R ev. Warren heritage to foster and en- Every I
J assistant rector of hance. That's what we've The result is now a demand for 150.000 increase in salesbrought r
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE O church, Tamna, will I a lowered cost ,
who, have that *
> PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER > done we per year. which
sermon on Sunday : we promptly
.> STATE CLAIMS BANK HANDLED BUILDING *>> 11 a. m..The in Saint subject of name in keeping for a tune. Over $50,000,000 in modern plants and our buyers. Today these i

O.o..o..t..O.. has church.not been made equipment to build the finest of fine cars. fine<<: cars are offering values

.-.-.00..00.0..0.-- .. ..... .: however; a very Studebaker has always One of these cars, built in 1918, has run which no rival can approach.' s
assured. been a leader. For two generations They have made us the
: 11. TILLER Rev. Albert New I it led in horse- 475,000 miles.: That means 80 years of world's largest builders of
: : John's Episcopal church service. In December
ordinary car '
Real Estate Agency mee. extends a very drawn vehicles now prod. quality cars. '
i "" i and invitation to all to ucts of the past. made the trip from, coast to coast.

FIRE LIFE. AND ACCIDENTINSURANCE. Most of you remember We deserve
a hearing
*> 4INDEMNITY' service.WARD Studebaker carriages -
> > OFF
cold queens of their time. They. Now we deserve a hear
rid of that
.O.. OO..t.OO..O..O: feverish Get conditions set in were used by multitudes of people chines. Of the .$50.000,000 in our ing. All who consider car at $1,000
bad case of itripp and plants and $32,000,000 or should learn
a : ... who loved quality style. equipment over what Studebaker
Couch Syrup (Cr o > ) succeeded them has. been invested in the five offers.
MxHhes aDd beats raw < When motor cars past That: in fairness to yourself .'
r. A. VANS AGNEW phlegm, protects the lunfs Studebaker became the logical leader years. Serlt represents the last word and us. Check one by one the advantages

ATTORNJIIY.AT.L.\W l tation a tight aDd cough brine, bad cold relief. in that field. Any other place would in efficient manufacture. .. we offer. You'll find them by {

OFFTCTBWinter rhltls get a bottle of ton hive been an anomaly. We bUshed a Department of the score. '

i Park. Florida I .Syrup...rlo...(Creosoted trouble. )Fins and The only way to the top Methoqs and Standards, to fix for Remember that 145,000 who did '
---1. court and croup. Tb every Studebaker detail the maxithat last year chose a Studebaker
plea_"4 C remedy that you A concern of this age has one fact mum of quality. car. There are nine i chances in ten t
I upon. Protect .your ; ingrafted i in i its fi&'I'h e only way
KISSIMMEE PLUMBING .. At ;your \1ru l8t1.I We created a Bureau of Research that you'll do i it. I "
to leadership is through super-
SHOP aervice. and Experiment employing 125 Consider our record our accomplishments :
I The leader must excel in all you skilled men. They make 500,000 tests our policies and.princi-

Nothing Too BIjr 110 Have, Is he you a Scout a boy? 'If of not S seek_ in quality in beauty and in per year to maintain our supremacy ples. Consider that we have $90- ? I

Nothing Too Small The question is pertinent. value. There is no other way to the They fixed countless standards, 000,000 at stake on satisfying men \
Our community, in top. Every stretch of the road is including 35 separate formulas for like you. Don't buy a car in this

nation ;la- gravely strewn with wrecks of those who steels. Then on the most important high-grade class without acting what

All Work GuaranteedTo it of is the specially extent,.and'concerned-,, tried another steels we offered makers a bonus of we give.

Be Satisfactory a large proportion of i
are mere ) n with ..

of crime befowTlhem. LIGHT SIX SPECIALSIX BIO .. SIX .
S Broad way : Telephone 143 Newspapers: ;J>rint the '

tars., deplore* judges dl. 5-Pass. 112- W. B. 41 H. P. S-Pass. 119* W. B. 50 II. P. 7-Pasa. 126 W.B. MIL P. '
ers .admonish, and' parents I

crime goea'on.> Light six Touring; --------$1045.O() Special.. six Touring: _.________$1425.00Special Touring . $1"0..All....> ,,
Of ,th l tk* et// Light six Roadster (S-Fass.1026.00) -------- ----------
'thy brought before the Coupe-Roadster ((2-Pssb.) _:_:: 1105.00: six Roadster ((2-Pua.1400.oo" Speedster ((5-Pass.) ___.______ 1835.00
ly 1.100'of a .PV**nt ;" Coupe (6-Pass.( ) ____uuu_ 1S95.00: Coupe (B-Pasg..) ------------ 1895.00 Coupe (5( 'Paes.) --i_____-__u 249500 i

lay.been'scoua.Ibis Sedan ._____________j______ 1486.00 Sedan -_.._____...._________. 1985.00 Sedan ._______..:..________ 268 .DO g rs
:. MEAT' MARKET whelming convictionthat; ,
Bi .-' ,_' ',rl "Why not extend*the.'to. .

''t; 'Fresh Mckl: .'and' Florida Under Con jurisdiction. .. '
Imately, 4, 00 boys el fl>l )\ .,
"anet there ., ,;" .
berthip yet "
:::' Vegetables/}/, J. boy enrolled,',but'.fellow 1 . Kissiininee, Florida... -y ,. ";_
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i"'I falling into JIDefa: 't'. 6 e1.) nay ( ;y. ,
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that.J"JJIeea.t1o"CI r
" $ :rlioi ; ,,4'' "4. last "week'and ;another1 -t/f/ H4E'' :WORLD'S' : ' L.ARG'EST' Tp R'O Di U C E R\. .'OF'"OUA'i/ITY 111T0IAp'jLEc:

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.. .4. ..0 4'..... LITERARY SOCIAL PROGRAM Woman'sMissionary .t'e. :: ',x--" ..
'j To Churches I I Monday afternoon the '
,; KISSIMMEE VALLEY . Society of the Methodist ANNOUNCEMENT ,. .'

-- J. TIlE ---- church held its regular monthly liter I .. .?, \:, '. : "

.: THB KI881MMKB PUBLISHED VAL.UHT BY GAZETTE -. .4'.... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I ary- oeial program in the Bungalow.Mrs. leader. I have sold out the "Dry. Goods J5tore.aad:.; gtn.tXLmyltim*',
. . ... John f'. Phillips was '
KVERT FRIDAY ,:Walter n. I nlcbt Pastor for the literary program and after to the Shoe! A Men's Shop. -: 1l.'
',"' KI88IMMKB.!: FIX1RIDA. This is I ,presidential year, Rev. exercises ,

'1 W. B. HARRIS! _______........Prvaldenlm. A'fact that we each must candidate.not 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.: Car conducting was followed the by devotional MeL D., B. Shaver, I will be pleased to'mHt' all-my.Frlenda: ancl.C".tome.tJt: re.Ho'.prgo .
VANS AQNB\S'- __ .Secretary We. ask about Sta "lirand .Educator,.Queen Quality. ;\Vith,;Z': .,
1 ': U. Not, "is ho smart T" but ". Farmer superintendent.. Classes Mrs., J< L. Ovcrstreet and otho-s, ( Hosiery, ; i )1
IIU1IHIPTIO HATES wet?" ill al//,'(" who gave reports of the mission fields: Smith and Emerson Shoes,,, .are ,the main lines we carry y

On Copy. On.t .. ....-....-....! * 11:00 a. m.-Morning subject; "The in Mexico and Cuba. '
Months.... .._.... 1.00 will find the Latest (fa Ladle Novelty Sjippfni..
t On* Copy. Rlx the of Old-<$ge. or "Second Child' The society is assisting in t e. most You always
._._____ .. .6' Jimpson Goes to ,
; : On Co.y. Thro MonthTCntered There was a sound of : ." A special lecture: for "Grown. commendable drive being put on bv and in M n'. Wear: Hats,.Caps.. .apd Clothing.. Come In and see iiJ a. "

r I C' : nt tho poetoffloe at Kl..lmaitxs night and an aching tooth I .".and old people. the Methodist church at large the .
Klorlda. a. .tfcona>claai matter.) Senior B. Y. P. U. ,funds ttr superannuated
_. thumping like a trip-hammer ; 6:30 p. w.- drive to secure ,t'
; .. :All communication except from au. under jaw. lie had never 7:30 p. m.-Popular Evening Evan ministers. An irtresinr" McCAULEY'S SHOE STORE'
: .' tborlsed 'correspondent mut b* *ln- dentist and the. very thought Service. Subject: "The Man booklet is being distributed. 'fh') ", c.
'\ .d by the writer. seductive red plush chair that Sings, 'Jeaut Paid It Ah' on the Call of the Forgotten Man" which i 1(1 .
ReJ ctd matter will' r.turn.d 'Ifcalled so 'restful and isn't, made .him) '.- Day'and Fails to Pay His nist" readable and full nf human interest A. 3!. McCAIJLEY..Pr.PlietOr.; .

a' crinkly feeling in the roots Bill on Man's Day," or "Par as it portrays the" lives of th,'

;' I -Forelfm::; AoVertlvliif hair. Jimpson decided that, in Christ for the Vilest: Sinner Pioneer Soldiers of the Cross .
I THE AMERICANPRESASSOCIATION: thing had to be done to the Most Exemplary Moralist." The society sent ths we k .a "hat "

worth living, so he made a I 7:30: p. Wednesday. Prayer box" filled with articles a college: ,I'.irl j

FRID \". FEBKUARY 22, 1921 i the inquisitorial rooms of a far I would like", to( a student: vrul'lute' C e
ed painless dentist. As he drew I "You will like this church. A wel Scarrett Bible Tmininp School.
p I the drcadld shrine his courage' ) i as genial as Florida sunshine A very pleasant social hour fo'Uvved BROADWAY GARAGE .

Thomas Edition says that there is : the set and n de'icio'.i"
; away and he Rat down( on a you. program. "
only ono Florida and ninety millions ''to think I it,, over. This did not I service of wafers, fruit Bslnd. nnl I hot I H. M. C. I.AWHKNCK. rr.prsdo. : J?

of people will find it out. We'll be I I I matters an)hOMlet'for a lump on PRESBYTlERIAJf!. -- CHURCH {'offep.Il"fldamel! !! Ingram, SigU-r and GENERAL; : AUTO REPAIRS GAS, OILS AND ACCESSORIES. '
and Swain hostesses.
as big as a nest, were I
ready, Mr. Edison-Let! 'cm omc. Rev. W. II. Dresch, D. D., Pastor - '
Tourists may come and tourists tion climed if the anything stairway will.and He 9:45: a. nI.-Sunday School. -P.zof",\ -- A well attended and a dl'iJ'htf'I1\! I 501 BROADWAY PHONE ie

'may go but Florida goes on forever. 'I Doc. mighty glad to see hirm B. Shaver, superintende'Pit.l1:00 literary meeting was h Id

,1 And judging from tbe ever increasing; 'gently steered toward the > : a. m.-Morning Worship." Tuesday afternoon Bt Mrs. W. H. I. _w
; : "A "Miracle of the Jordan. Jones' home in j"inpdale.Ir" !'. B. M. = _....
population of this state moit tourists chair and with many : I --- -------- -- -- -
I >f'<""ial music. Hall is of the union. The ...
come and very few go. I I I words was induced to recline II 3:00 p. m.-Junior Christian En. included reports of missionsin cent in the crop as a result of using The following signs' can be parchn-
that the tooth would
lie told
1 program
was ed at Tbe Gazette office for
J Cuba. A commendable feature of the Florida method. lOc each;
: to be treated. "All right' he
'.. PoUUcal'Dome" "but don't treat it rough.", 6:30 p. m.-Senior Christian En mission studies is that all the Orthodoxchurches I In addition to the fields treated for Rooms For Rent Furnished Room*

; . equal' one head. 10 "Domes" equals [he would be gentle and are giving their atten- boll weevil control under the supervision For Light 1I0uHkeeptncNo; Tree

; 10 heads. 100 "Domes" equals 100 ;, lav out a lance. probe and 7:30 p. m.-Evening Service. Ser tion to the same mission fields of I of county agents or plant board pass; For Hire; No Smoking; j for

; bead. One Senate resolution subtracted '!h I by the pastor. Subject: "Our course each respective church em- I I inspectors. 6,476 acres were reported Kent; For Sale. i.4",. S

\ ,1'' from 100 "Domes" equals the torture where they would be Forever." Music by the orches fvhasizinp the work. of its particularboard. treated by owners. This makes a total -

I Next he put his left arm of over 7,100 acres treated on
I. ambitions of 100 heads.
.. : d lost political I'Jimpfton's head and murmured 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer During the social hour Mrs. Jones Florida farms the first season after

Jr f I't The Jack Dempsey didn't ly: "now this will hurt a little," Bible service. !served delicious refreshments and the announcement" of this Florida
t he probed. "WOW! Homed 4:00 p. m.-Thursday. Women' there "were several pleasing numbersof method.
I r take. well to our wonderful' state is I and saltpeter whatter ye doin!" Class. Mrs. Katherine West song and readings. Enpec'ally in-

because he purchased a hotel in California -' say Doc. was- right, that terestinjr: wall the reading by Mr.. ROOSTER MAIN BIRD

before he discovered Florida. deflated the ugly ulcer and 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prac. Thompson, a tourist who is stoppingin IN POULTRY FLOCK

man's investments do certainly alter instantaneous and Jimpson Mrs. Hull's home.
: Brand and glorious feeling of a Visitor will find a cordial welcome Mrs. J. I I";:. Iupfcr also gave rend- Winter is the time to plan for the

his opinions. boy who has escaped a promised a home-like church ings from Kipling. rprinir rush in the poultry business.In .
- -- selecting birds for a breeding pen
'I W; know Kissimmee will be a Ing.Two days later Jimpson came FIRST METHODIST CHURCHRev. HARRY DALE ERECTING one should remember that the maleI

prominent place some day-but the I' by appointment to have the -- $:;000 HOME ON SUMMER STREET I by all odds 'tho most important individual I.

( strangers don't know it. And do you filled. Ho climbed cheerfully John F. Phillips D. D. --- I(I in the pen; special attention
-- That Kinfimmce is wort'1Vplare
know that there in chair or under the n very must be given to his selection. A FOR SALE
r. are twenty pony 9:45 a. in.-Sunday School. J. I.. in which to live and invest! min- ,
Colorado higher than Pikes Peak? I that it wouldn't hurt a bit this i i poor male bird in dear at any price.
j superintendent. ey ill evidenced by the fact that Harry
.. I Doc. laid out the probe Raw, !, If one plans to buy a purebred FOIl AAL.K 11:00 m.-Sermon the home llupmobllv. Milton
but we never hear of them. It takes a. by pastor Dale is! now at work on a fine '
electric buzzer antiseptic eat rooster, it liould) 1 lie done at once, for IM.-dn.-r. f-tfo
advertising" to tell the world of thii : 'The Forgotten Man. that will cost ,..,()0O. :I I -
a little mirror about as big as a 7:30 m.-Sermon by the "tor, The huildin"- will bo of semi-lUn"n-, it i.s; "first come first served'1 with -
wonderful state of I I'N The mirror had p. pn '' FOR HALF-n plant. lady flnariety. ,,
Florida n long most breeders. And in buyingdo notfnr't "
in God's Balan low with nix and bnt'ii
: "Weighed: I type rooms! \- 16 rfiu ..ach.Y.. II. Ilarri
i ii' Doc. rammed 1 it down ." to hlliy the pedigree of the
>nd! is to bo 28 feet six inches! by .r:! /
0 wonder men like Mr. Tupper ,II throat with a tiny electric li \ 6!:30 n. m.-Kpworth Leagu. Sub- I feot long. Huff brick will h- use" I for bin) being bought:' for "blood will dlCUNU HAND CJOOIIH. btiucnt olil
r speaks the subject of "Our Won- tached nnd after exploring, 1 .nil The Casino. 44-tf
on ,tell.
I { : "Tlie Pearl of the Antilles. 11 t hesid'.- walN lIn I cypress' thingles
derous" Age of Invention" when boys iherrfully that he wall going I 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. Mid-wi-ok I for the. loof '' Individually. the male should. have
| in the tooth. Kdlt HA1.ICWiinlrol trunk, brand
six, eight and nine years cnn be seen i cavate alwHvt n lavitv called it hole hut I! ,' >...rI'('. Subject : "Foes."' I The fart t that :.Mr I D !Ii' i i' :>nv- high constitutional .vigor.! A bird with j new. \\ 4 n'l neetl It ....In. ** I *m
.t out in the back lion a I Pro.M.M.: Miller hat offered t., pert bri<-k layer l lend" us to bo'ievi1 low vitality is poor and undersized Kulii_ ba<'k north. 14 Mnbbctt at. xKull
yard building aero- mid and that had to ___ ,
cavity \'e the :Men's Bible (lass a turk," : lint Kisoimineo will i in t'lf' course of has n flat .narrow breast is knock- I u .
I '. planes and automobile Who cnn I jprodict The kind of tool that he ured ' when the attendance reaihe- the next few mont'i h,' nble to l look\ kneed hils" long narrow head a IIAI.I"on.. ruMtu* iu'. propi-rt>.
Apply the Office of
*| The
t b: just what the next generation cavate wasnd] was I a mystery,hot-red but Wp ran n'nch'lhp mark in :i upon an rtstic; hoine, on Sumnpr crow lull. dull eyes and a Ijw tai U.! Ei.inun..e VnllorONftrlte. ..11

; h will bringin tho way of invention anl j: sine it was! or two if everyone goes to work street near I the O"< eola High: School. Naturally the reverse of these undesirable
After for awhile \
Ilircing< nwav ; Foil HAI.KMy h.uii.Kmnirlt *tre.t.clour .
I, discovery t I Itl nut a rubber dam in the mouth I FIRST CHRISTIAN CIU'RCII ST. U'Ktr.S; :-; BAPTIST ('lilT ItCh qualities 1 will indicate the birds In. all c..nvenlM<'.-*. rloao prior
| that the k i hat should be selected. rtuih or trrtnit. 1"0. ('. Parker lion
ac though was only TO HOLD COLORED) ) FAIR I
631. Lak'land.o'lold...,
CLEAN-UP WEEK I ler theie. He next took a Rev. W. C). llornbnker, B. D., Pastor Whether to use cocks or crckerels -- 114(1FOH
mallet and chipped away in the The St. Luke's Baptist church of depend on circumstances. Cocks can RAI.I'-IIIII IhorouKlibrrd RhocV-

; L Mrs M. E. I until he had it big enough to suit 10:00: a. m.-Bible School. C. F. North Kinsinimee will hold its sec"ml generally be purchased at less cost Island lIed roomer, A. M I<........r.
Turner and her
t committee then hi annual fair the of the than cockerels of and I'alrlck Street third home weal of
Mrs. M. Katz Miss Jean Cald- washed: it out with nuperintendent. School grad on grounds equal quality I IJmll trrt.
*. I well, Mis Frances Bay and IdLest j i gextine paramidophenol and ('iood; instructors. Hearty wel! church beginning on Monday F, bru- may prove to be more valuable. A ftfFOH .

-,,, Elizabeth Donegan will continue i ana until he had it sterilized extended you. Men's B bl" ary 25, and continuing' until Friday good male should be serviceable for SAI>:-\Valon, watermelon ... $ ," their clean-up activities another week I cramming: it full of gold he will i be organized. Come .and evening, February: 29. four or five yearn. if properly cared hand 1932 selected from Jars mlon.
and earnestly request that citizens little piledrivi-r! to work a friend Tho committee on arrangements for and if not over-worked. atrtctty crop No true dle:*name.o and '*60o uaranterd per-
will please clean their door yards in. When ho thousrht i I' was 11:00: a. m.-Morning worship. ani include: O. C. Cook, chairman ; John If cockerels are to be used, select ll>.. nOlrl COe nor Ib. delivered I'earaon
-back as well as up front. Do not make :enough to Flay he polished it Sermon l hv the minister Jackson, secretary; W I1' J. Jones! the well matured. A. frequent cause >.. fcaraon. (la. II-It*

,:;: of your home Queen Anne fronts and ,'looked it all over with his little A'j : "Tarry Ye In Jerusalem." treasurer; Rev. II. H. Ho
: I Mary Jane backs. Straighten your ror and pronounced l it O. K music: There will be many interesting(; games due to the use. of immature birds, in Itrand n.w |( SO. same u..d perfect ..,

fences, repair the broken gates.- wax so delighted that he paid (.::30 p. m.-Christlan Endeavor. played and a fine program furnished th, opinion of II. B. Lannden. extension condition. II.10. complete with fender -
'j without swallwinhud.( and 7:30 m. Preaching service. Sub. night for this five nights of and strap New bridles double
There are citizens who feelthat to / p. every poultryman of the Florida College Ml and rein II 10. same used II 10.
clean up the yards will be rewarded takes pride in showing his gild : "Joseph as Ruler.1' Special mu pleasure. of Agriculture. Will .hlp collect: express. allow In-

,; only by having city taxes increased. I and telling people that Doc. ENI.AI'iG- -- !I i When the Florida breeder makes un pertlon or hlp parcel .....t. W. W,
: ; True this idea contains the vital best dentist! between the two 4:00 p. Wednesday. Bible Stu CHURCH WORK his WU.LIAIIU', Pullman. Ua. it
or her mind to use male birds in
: Mrs. R. M. St.John' .
principle which stands for single tax class for those unable to attend in Angas represented TOU '''I.B-T. n. .'
S. B. STORY OPENS NEW Guild at the recent d'oresa the breeding; pens that are from trspI Park Strain )'-
but Kissimmeeans should stand for evening. Tourists especially in- mouth eara-a. fl.SO per setting of U.-
f ; 'I'', better looking yards and clean STOKE ON BROAI> meeting held in ,Tampa, and on her'I nested bens with records' of 200 eggsor ,, No buafne. done .on Hunday. Patrick
J open return made interesting better, they will find that the atrt-et. I mil beyond cIty lim
; Ai 7:30 .. a very
4' streets. 'Come m. Wednesday. Bible fti reportof
Jet us all pull for a. p. Iu. .
; f f.. 1 cleaner ; Saturday morning, S. B. Story the dios ean work in South, Flor. production of their flock will Increase i A It. Starr. ll.ttFOR
better '
: prettier home town .
hold his formal opening of hs |I. ida. ' ' rapidly.
: '
j I and may we soon or late call for a : p. m.-Thursday. Junior I
store at the south end of 8AIJO-Kggm for hatching. Thor.
I In brief then select the bird -
\ tlan Mrs. Anpas has been made chaIrman I
.state Endeavor.
Inspector.of Kissimmee's sanitary in the storeroom formerly Miss Edith 1.1:1.: ouKhbred single comb black Minor''
: !\ condition. o superintendent. of the Kpiscopnl church school rooster or hen that; has a broad I t'a.. 11 to for flfteen. "*.00 per hus
k McC'auley's dry) goods store, I 7:30:: and service in the dioHcene of South Flor. well-rounded breast; broad full head; dre-d. Mr*. Milton rle. m.-Monday
PROTESTSAGAINST CRITICISM a Fhoe-i most for complete and line of yard ( choir rehearsal. Saturday ida, an office requiring ability like. strong, medium length beak; straight I. IK-4 rlnim. s-4t

: AGAINST MARCUS FAGtt in two weeks men will make women a and' j The Ladies Aid will give a special wise dependability.__ _____ I,,'and legs; carried upright under the body POll HAI.K-In 8t. Cloud amall apartment -
of entertainment set well\ apart; an alert carriage; hou....
; consisting of 10
children's shoes. The old stock : next Tues room
It should be WRITER OF "FINNIC.IN" TO '
mentioned here fiat eyes bright and full and degree and t bath, partly
c. 1 Mr. ) afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. ; a high ; pl..nIy -
Story purchased from Mr.
information !
Karl Lehman, state of of fruit; corner lot; otntrally lornted. -
Rivers. activity generally. Last but
I .', Christian Endeavor president, has Cauley will be sold at below () You are especially" invited "I'rlc 11.100. Apply to Hoc
I been received absolutely disapproving! order to make room for the Visitors invited to all servicei. The Phi Alpha Fraternity of Rol not least, select a bird frcm a trap- _'7. HI._Cloud. Klorlda. ,-It

the reports that have been circulating to-date stock which will arrive Church study telephone, No. 269. lins College has t.he honor to an. nested hen with a good record.

; among rome prominent people abut The interior of the building as JOHN'S nounce the appearance. Thursday evening KOR five-room HALE-Furnlahcd or unfurnished -
.? Marcus Fagg, the superintendent of as the exterior has been CHURCH February 28, at eight o'clock, POTATO PROSPECTS corner lot 71ISO bungalow; garage with and laundry bath

," the Children's Home. redecorated and is a pleasing Rev. Albert New, M. A., Rector in theVoman'!. Club Winter Park I i I FOR 1924 ARE GOOD ; shad and lawn roe. **dnhrubbery.
It has been said that Marcus Fag to behold. -- of Strickland W. Gillilan author, i grapefruit and orange
,\ : ; Mr. has been journalist and humorist 1 i A record yield of potatoes is tree; electrical fixtures Mr. J. O
wasted money in going to Europe Story a 10:00: a. m.-Church School, in the ( supremefor expected I'u.... (04
.: last summer, but Mr. Lehman states this city for more than two years House. the benefit! of the house fund. for 1924 by the growers of the Main tret. 4-tfa

,' :;. that Mr. Fagg was sent bv Iwo mat I has been in the employ of his I 11:00: a. m.-Special preacher. Rev. Mr. Gillilan first came before the slate, according to reports from the
t ; I tional organizations" with all expenses Lyle Story, for the past year C. Coble, assistant rector of St. American public when he wrote "Fin- Hastings area. Plantings are going WANTED.WANTBI .

il I paid -I I whom he has received his Church Tampa. nil/:' n." including that famous line strong on certified seed, thus reducing I' )-To buy large quantity *f

The salaries of Mr. FWg's ..te-og'- training. 8:00: p. m.-Evensong; and addiesn "Off agin, on agin gone agin. Finnigin. the danger of losses from destructive milk. Rnltry Dairy. SiC Main
L rphersareallpaidbya firm in Jack Rev. Albert New. ." Since then he has written a diseases. Street lltoWANTKU

: sonville. The rumor that Mr. Fagg METHODIST MEN'S BIBLE 8:00: p. rWcdncsday. Litany. number" of books including\ "You and) About Hastings only Spaulding : -To buy poultry I of alt

is a cigarette fiend IS alpo false. lie Dr. Phillips is dilligent in Everybody cordially invited to all and Me "Sunshine and Awkwardness," Rose No. 4 seed are being used. All kind. Or.'' Inrram. .1.,. Plaoe.
does not smoke at all. Mr. Lehman forts to secure a one hundred services. "A Sample Case of Humor." of these are imported from other 11"*HWANTBI .

adds that he knows Mr. Fagg personally bership for the Men's Bible ChlR1Si'S Mr. Gillilan has been reporter, city states, according to estimates: by Dr. )-lluar bor. and farm equlpmenu .
and that his character is abso- his church. He has secured CHURCH editor, staff correspondent, and special I... O. Getz, in charge of the Hastings What han you Or. Jnr&m.1.e.tey
lutely above Children contributor the staff of rim.... fl-lt,;
reproach. are rollment of seventy-five members on a num potato laboratory of the Florida
V taken into ( Peptecostal) ber of experiment
the Home leading ]
by Since
Faijg last newspapers.
which institutions Sunday fifty-five men were Brack Street, at Oak 1905 he has been station and growers of that WANTRI)--A couple of cow.. .,...t be
many would re class.J. a regular contribu, vicinity. re..*on.l>le. l>r. Ina-ram, Le.'lnr
fuse. B. Harris recently made Rev. tor to "Judge." the humorous publica This increase I'laDe. U-Ita
R. D. in the
Minister. of
S. Christian Endeavorers all over that when tion. As a writer of humorous stories quantity J::
Florida the attendance (! ('( Brack and Oak. Phone 326 and titled seed used is spoken of as a WANTHD-To buy cond-hand KiddY .
loyally back Mr. Mr. Gillilan ,
and verse has
Fag '; ty he would be host to the : no equal. in the right direction. cer-I Kopp. AddreaKiddy Keep." rareVllcy '
/'i' the Home of which he is lie is ex-president of the
superinten 9:45 American 11-tf
; dent serving a chicken dinner. : a. m.-Sunday School classes Press Humorists. opinion has it that the general __ GKMtte. -
Last night (Thursday Mr. all the '
) ages. Bring family. Wm. tion of the potatoes upon arrival is NTHP--ne horse wlthnatprlng .
PAGEANT THE RIGHTS OF A I made good his offer and !served liar. superintendent. FLORIO1IP.I'IIOD I|; Letter I than it has ever been this in .. In rood condition ,iiIVeprtoe.
CHILD class the chicken dinner in the 11:00: a. m.-Divine Worship. Ser BOLL addition to the R. p. lienner, Orange Cantor.lotIda. .
; increased
galow.; by Rev. R. D. Walker. WEEVIL; CONTROL WAS certified seed. quantity of I. X

: The pageant given at the Metho. M. M. !Miller has now made 7:00: p. m.-Young/ People's Meet SUCCESSFUL IN 1923 Thus far this FOR RENT J]
; dist church on Tuesday night; more daring promise that ho will '. Interesting subject. --- have season conditions ___
Gratifying resultawere normal and
than fulfilled the anticipations turkey dinner when the class! 7:30: secured in the growers KOU RMNT rnomnoil
y of the p. m.-Divine Worship. In almost -Part or all of -
audience. From beginning to end an enrollment of 100-with 75 Singing Praise all cases where the Florida are looking forward to a record .*. Ill Main *tr ..t. Kurnlahed
', there was a series of beautiful 'ent at any one time Sermon and Tes method of boll weevil control' was yield. Planting has begun already, or unfurnlahe-d. 1 1-'
:' sentations portraying influences pre for I. Kissimmee has a fine by Rev. R. D. Walk- used in this state. in 1923, despite the being; especially: heavy around Federal

'., good or evil. Miss Marie of preachers and these is much .. 7:30: fact that weather conditions were: Point. LOST _
Lakeland. Kag-liai rivalry in all the churches.POSTPONED p. m.-Tuesday: Bible Study. about the worst ever experienced
was charming in by pastor. Pentecostal ac- -- - I.OAT-Whlte Better do*, one brownr.
all her effects, and the group work of Bible cording to officials of the State plant --- .> one brown spot center of hacll
more than sixty characters, was board of Florida which developed this Answer to name of "Hen." Xt ..-
very 7:30
fine. Probably no p. m.-Thursday: Weekly method during 1922.Effortwasniade on Haturday night Suitable rewardfor .
phase of the
en The chicken
dinner scheduled and Healing. Bible Teaching. / recovery. Howard Anderaoi.I.
was more enjoyed than in the of
tomorrow by the ladies 2:30
of the : p. m.-Fridays: Women's Bi
that of the 1923 to introduce -
, group of singers on tho sionary Society of the study. All this method of wee-
left of the platform who tang church has been invited. Send in pray vil control to the Florida farmers LOST-Hunday noon, Feb. 17. betweenMeithodlat Kmrnett
postponed requests. church and 101
throughout the through
entertainment hymns March first Communion service demonstrations by county Street. via Broadway. a stilt 5'h
and sacred songs well known and first Sunday agents in Cotton-growing counties. I'.et. D gray with dark atrip n.ward.
," I dear to every one. To Miss Lola W. C. T. U. MASS !:!.' month.'-'taken Foreign Missionary of Reports have been received from yInIftioI returned to above_addr."I"".
Lawler much appreciation 1s extended Sunday each in the
I most important
counties PaoIadacrVantIoWac;;;
for her clever: skill in directing: Once every quarter a union at evening service. and these show some MISCELLANEOUSMR. _

and completing such an excellent pro meeting is held in one of the Christ says: "Go ye into all the suits. interesting re-, Jn..rmn'-'t- Have tried tM

:f gram. _ _ ,churches with a temperance and" preach-the Gospel to every In the case of 70 demonstration I .-.......... P-bllo Avctloit method you of a..III-. '
One Mark 16 -- *
15. oarlot'S"
by one each church hat : fields Fruit. W. distribute
FIRE ALARM TESTS' NEW its doors for these meetings. treated by the Florida method --- ..; ...P"ahlpnlenta.- In fourte 0largest : .

q ENGINE Sunday at 2:30 the : under county-agent supervision the I ,pro<<_ .-.a.oti held : program A SILVER TEA lowest yield reported was 201 )Hundred '.,., bur*"''<*'1'1 for '
tit in the Pentecostal chu pounds fr.U i frlces sas '
At about 7:30 of seed cotton "product* Better
Wednesday evening Brack street. Each church to the acre and the 41111 lokr .' Wrlt(4hJriJ; * -
4 will ; r.ttirn ( :
the Mrs.
fire alatm brought the firemen tribute to the both C. N. Phillips and Mrs T. M. highest was 400 pounds. The demon vlll .rao .for. details and ma rYprloeav
in .
k and the fir program will be hostesses stratton .
new Into for fields
apparatus action ers and in singers. The Ladies embraced 707 acres and Loeat I' olleltorr'w>nVii
at a mall fire in tbe couth end having the Sunday of the Christian church with a yielded an av'erage of 320 pounds JOHUT *>rPPJln80N: .* <, .. *, .1
q largest to I: ok.onYIU
.of town. tea' at the home ,_ 8ad .. .
In exactly twenty minutes of Mrs. Rivers the acre, 'while in ,
be the Send .
after the given, '2.50 as a price in check or untreated for me whenever painting Flo-t.; ...." .': . '
alarm .was sounded ance. February 26 3:30 p. m. field left: (for comparisons: or J' "
and apparatne 'Had distinguished a It is the desire of the W. C. A good program of musical nam- the average yield was 123 pounds. varnishing paper hanging i is jij ,4 w PJSRM;. ANBHTJ ; CURB' for 2QCSaI1a::; I
? mall blaze and and readings has been for consideration. Bklir
t ,returned to the fire that as tnanr of Its friend arranged. This indicates an increased C..eRh."matlsm'r', II-
bfmmM produc l
will be disrtlon 'all l1ltr: t
: tend as possible. 1 Is cordially invited.served. Every tion in the treated fields of 197 pounds I GOTTLIEB; MENTZ Tro.l>,lk,;' t* 8mo-klaM., '_ < .;
X 'O1Bn.
: to the acre a pe t m4lolnV "
or an increase
: -t ..0"/ '.j.4. .. of 160 per- KI.I..... t. : : Florida ctate dr.trlbutor,"winter HaVlerlda. Y.Sr '
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7' re. i I 'Roy i.''Davis of'Chariotte,:IN. C.rt, MIA 'ANOTHER i : '!o, ; '1 1. ''l- -- .- .... +..... 1 "' r. _ .. .. r'" j OJ; W: 1/'

rived in Kisalmme Monday evening: 'h' SBNT ,SUCCES* : ; ., ''', ,,:/0)'I'' ."I, ," )
J' and is the guest of George'Calhoun \" '" U 'i i*. k ft !%' RED'llCED
at the Graystooe }total ,Mr. Davis i '"The ,Girl and! th..1r'amp.'"*,*p-.- PRICES?
will..make Jail'home in the sooth and, anted by 'the: .KUslmmee. Drama : :
.; will remain in.this: city until after.the 1'layera'-on'Wednesday evening; Feb .'
r Happenings tennis tournament,on March 1. a* he nary: 13,, under the auspices of theWoman'a' DON'
is a strong booster for the game. Club..anotbn..uet....*

flll, triumph for William Trlplett,
.. Mr*. C. M.: Hardi on of Ideal,: Ga. AS announced; previously by Mr.
.. : ; <\.. "-"" - -, IH >wvw w vMeUger and'Mr.: an4 Mr*. A.; H., McCarty and ,Triplett this 'was indeed a 'very unusual CHILDREN'SWe HIGH SHOES
.. daughter: Mildred of play Walter Griffln '
BarnesvUle James
1 '' .
Mrs.\ C. Thtesen, Pensacola, ii :.\1\ert and family, from C.., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Blackburn a' bank cashier 'played ,

visiting, her sister Mrs. \V,, A.. Hill.Mrs. '. aeveiaDd.. OMo. visitedMr*.. R. I). Woodall on Main street While In part:.of the villian very well. ,Mr*. .. *
I Watt and A. ,K. TaUkeJ and family. Florida they will visit and ,
; Tampa Triplett as Mr. Lee a devoted, moth
C. :M. Barber' j*' vlsiting're-, ', I Mr. Metzgerand family, accompanied; Manatee and other, points .in, the er, was as vsual.a very : have about 100 pairs brown
atives .in ,Lakeland. by Mr*. Waite and Mrs.:1 Tat ike. mo southern part of the state. character Sidney intcresttllf ,

: 1'-were In tored to St. ,Petersburg this. week. Lee a banker acted th.pertoL A'man and 'black high shoes that we are .
A .
Mr. and eat' Darrowi business man from Santo d inspected of big business Intelligently. ,
Springs Magnolia Park lot are selling fait. MAGNOLIA PARK ADDI- very'
Call at.the office. Car waiting to TION last week Selected 12 lots for "The rllsa .Eleanor'" Rosen a* Nana Lee "reducing 25 percent to make room'
Girl and Aldus Matthews an
Mra. Nathan Bryan'motor C
Mr. and show you this beautiful addition. Ask an investment. Beautiful .
ed-to 'Lakeland Bousa's. band.'Sunday where about Tatum the FREE BUNGALOW; Boyier 910 cash: 95 'per month. lot/No, taxes Only, Jack of college Worthington,were exceedingly;who was interesting Just out- for' our' large stock:of children's low''
heard j Bank Bldg. tf no interest. Boyer & Tatum State "
+ the'l -. ; Mr; Triplett, a* the,.!"Tramp,
An the newest creations in Attorney Sumter Leitner,. list t Bank Bldg. tf was very realistic In' the leading role. shoes. ,,. f,

Hata at the Hot Shop. Mrs. J I.. Saturday with his mother, and spent sisters Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blsonett"; M's Miss Lucile Griffin as Sadie a mic-

Woodbeck. -I Mr*. Almena Leitner and Mrs. Edward Jennie Hensley and Leighton Den- hioviou maid provoked much
Nichols of Winter *. Jn the Leitner home were several ning motored up from Tampa to be .laughter! Albert Sutton a. Sheriff '
Dr. Roland Silverstar had nothing to do extent Come in and look these over---the'
South at the
Carolina of
Monday here in the Inte.ta relative. for ov- present funeral Mrs. Elizabeth the and '*
linen spent appear on stage say "yea
er-the-Sunday visit.Mis. : Masters. Mrs Blsonett and "
of the banana growers.S. Mis Between, acts two and three, MissElizabeth will
lIensley'are prices
daughters of de Waring and Albert Sutton save ,you money. ;
J. II. Reed and daughter ceased. They the .
of Mr
T. Thacker ha. lust complete! were guests .
sang Misslasippi Ripples !
Irene-.of Orlando, came down for' the Myrtle Ililliard.
"" bungalow on the Dixie High
)his new Chorus which were received with
Symphony concert. It the
south end of the city. was pleasure -
way aear the of many Klsslmmeean to see Mr and Mrs. Charles L. Stokley of great applause. Between arts three;

WILSON A TOOMER FERTILIZERS Frank Reed in the orchestra and of Mount Dora-passed through this cityon and four, Little Betty Jane Bostwlck V.
SOLD BY H. STANFORD. course to hear again hia,violin. their way: to Winter Haven on charmed the audience by her dah.tydAncinll' Lyles Story&Co.DRY .
Monday. On their return Wednesday and singing of "Yea We :

Mr. and Mn. Lane Paulk and family All the newest creation in Spring they were' tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Have No_Bananas.. "
motored to Winter Garden Sun. flats at the Hat Shop. Mr*. J D. S. B Aultman. Mr. Stokley is the t.FLOJUDlAN8 t. GOODS SHOES NOTIONS
Woodbeck.. ft ATTEND DINNERAT ,
day to call on friends. president of the Florida C Banana ,
Growers Association.At THE COMMODORE HOTELIn 1
'Mrs. Leslie Squires was oonflnetUo Mr. and Mr. Joh'n McCarthy, Mr.1 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA -
her home by iUnebs for a few daJ..or andMr*. R. V. Ford and E. M. Albertson a recent cession; ; of Friendship : a telegram received thin morning '
this ...._k. of St. Cloud were in Klssim- Lodge No. 10 of the Knights (f' Pyth- from Allison T. French who withJ. 0. - -,'..
meet' yesterday on their way to Alta. las, the appointment of a comm'tics. R. Gunn county agent are ropre-
r Max Bogue of Palatka stoppedover mont Springs, to attend a' meeting ofthe headed by A. S. Gilbert, was effectedto seating Osceola county at the Florida
here Monday night on his wayto 'Spanish War Veterans. draft a letter of condolence to be Exposition being held this week'at
Bradentown and visited his uncle, sent to the family of Marvin Green Madison Square Garden in New Ycrk .
Friends are regretting the illness of whose death occurred som< weeks City elated that at a dinner given at -
A. Bogue. ?
S. Miss Medora Russell and hope for ago. th Commodoro hotel last night, O- -I

Share lk; haircut, SSc; children' her speedy recovery' During Miss --- cool county furnished half tie -FOR THE-
S5< at Casino Barber Shop. 20tia. Rusae 1'a illness Mr; D. B. Shaver is Friend of Mrs W. H. TunniclifTe. strawberries. The dinner was" madeup . r
; ,teaching. in the primary department. now of Sanford but formrly of St. ,of strictly fruit and veg. tables ,
G. Minlck ha* made some very -- Cloud, will be eitry to learn that she grown in this ststc.
attractive Improvement t in hi* drug Vr*. Sanboru, hontess and libaiian Is ill at the latter place, where Mr. Senator Trammell was toastmafctcr.Km 9 RDENrAWNIAN15M:
store this week especially I that of .of,the Hart Memorial is visiting today Tunnicliffo was called on business. I Lehman the repretent'tive of j.SEED .
the open front. (Friday, February 22)) in St. matter Iho first of the week She Orange:: county exhibit from Orlando
Cloud, likewise' celebrating her natal is threatened with pneumonia, lut i Is.. made the biggest hit of all the spcalci .
I have the agent r Singer Sewing day. Many good wishes attend her.C. getting along as nicely as'c.n bu ex The telegram reads:
Machine in Osceola County. C. I pected. "! dinner featur-nir all rl 'r- ,.
C. Jordan, manager of the Ca-
-- M "rodu"'s tonight nt Commod
N. Fielding.
aino theater has greatly improved Thlnk'njr of buying a n1n' hone 'or hotel, attended\ bv over two hundred
Mr. and Mra. J. N Bile* and Mr. the interior of the Canino in fresh other m'l-icil 'rimenti Sell J. I D. Flondians: and! New York newspapermen
and Mm. Bloodgood. of St. Cloud, decoration*, and on Monday night Woodbrck:! for prl"cs: terms, etc. x wd women with Senator Tram-
pent Sunday with their aunt, Mr*. featured a special program with spec I __ mel! as tons)master. Karl Lehmanof Flower Seed Garden Seed Field Seed
Van Duzer. ial music and served punch Mrs J. M. Willaon. who wi removed Orlando mArl biirflrcKt hit o'"po'l.ois ,
---- ta the Hownrrl A. Kelly hasp : with\ Cleveland Rogers if
Mr and Mrs. J. N. Robert left Several fine building lots well located 'tnl at n.-iltimorc rn Ft-brunry fi, Brooklyn! Fairlc next stop. Onreola, I
Monday morning by automobile for ': very cheap N'elson' Realty where she underwent a very county furnished half the strawberries I
Miami where they will remain several Company. operation in now recovering rap'dlv Ounn, Lawler and Fi encb attended" I FERTILIZERSThat
day*. ---y and it is thought that n permanentcure IBurned'(
-- S. B. Aultoinn was fortonato will result from this operation ALLISON T. FRENCH. I
WILSON A TOOMER FERT1LIhits enough to be the winner; of the American Her many friend i in K ssin ntoe -.- .- -- non-acid
Fish Guana
/ ; SOLD BY H. ,C. STANFORD. beauty hand duster which was wishes for a soeedy recovery and her NEW LUMBER COMPANY good ,
-- given away at the Orlando fair last return to her home. STARTSOPERATIONS(
Me beautiful flowers and happy Mr and Mr-Gor\o: V ,
many Company of Tampa. Copela-rJ, The J. M. Griffin Lumber Companyof
felicitations on February 15./ the occasion who were married at Clinton, S. C. Laurel, Miss., started tho work of V
being her Stet birthday. Miss Sara Garner Boll of Tennessee on Thursday February 14, are spending cutting and manufactur'no; the t;tuber Manure, Nitrate Soda.SPRAYS.

tf arrived today to visit :Mrs. C. E. Hilton !- a few week in Kinsimmco on on its property in Holopaw. Already -
Eat at Dupont's Cafe. I and other' friend Miss Bell ill their bridal tour vlnitirg the families! over one hundred and fifty men

K. R. Redline, Jchn Hamilton, J. E. pleasantly remembered by many of of J. II. mid Sam rather, brothers ot arc now at work getting out the timbers -
Whitney and Charles Stover, leave' the younger set with whom she, was the bride Mrs.Prayer was formerly for use in the erection of the
next Sunday for a trip to Cuba, to'' popular when here' two years ago. Mia, Ray who Ins visited mammoth mill that will be essent'alto
-- Kisommec in years past and nan the manufacture of this large territory '-
spend a week -or two- Mrs. A, T. Morriurn who WAS so actively many friends and acquaintances here. .. of timber. .. Fenole Fenole Stock Dip Fly Spray :
The W. C T. U. will hold a meeting engaged' |In the tree nlantingscheme .. I It is understood that the holdingsof ,
J. W. Cash. Mr. and Mrs Frank
this afternoon at 2:30 in the for the Woman's Club has this company are eight miles ''I
'Oaks of Illinois, Mr. and Mm. Frank Arsenate of Lead Killtone Nico'I
Chapter House, commemorating special had an enforced' at home expedience Bode square and constitute some of the ;
. events in Miss Willard's life.J. [due to the serious ilne! .s of her lit- and George Nichols pf Ohio, most valuable timber in this sect'on !
jtle granddaughter Dorothy Butler' were guest at the home of Earl of the state. tone Fish Oil Sulphur Lime Blue ;*
La.setel'\' official of the JohnM. I Sayers in Kinsimmc.o Park recently J. Lassetcr, an official of the company i
Griffin Lumber Company, has WILSON &. TOOMER FERTILIZERS There were sixty-five guests pl"f'l..ntIn has been in town making ex- !*
moved to Kissimmee and expects to SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD. all and nine state were represented tensive purchases of miscellaneous Stone, Tobacco Dust, Nicotine.SPRAYERS fi
make his home here for the future. in the gathering. The occasion was articles for use at the camp and will
I W. W. Marole, and daughter, MRittrnour. the celebration of Mr. Savers' fiftieth make this city his residence while engaged r
Watch and clock repairing done atC will leave for West Palm birthday. in this work.NOTF.'J J
N. Fielding' Furniture,,Store.: I Beach next week where, they will .. t
J Real banana ,and citrus and trucking ,
|upend a month before returning to .
Winfleld S. Leach and family from( '. Ohio. ..,They have been vuests of Mr. farm joining lake, half of it in ,",. .
Caaropoll Mich., are visitlny 3. A. 'and Mrs E. T. Marple for Home time. the artesian belt; extra fine noil. Bar group of organized women In "

Bogue and family, on Mabbette J' ., gain and easy payment' plan.. Nelson' every community who can be depended Let us show you the, Vermorel Spray.
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Maud Johnston, of Parkersburg Realty Company. : .
street upon to promote movements look- \ ( .(?" < M.X' ,
W Va., arrived in Kissimmee Word comes from St. Cloud that I It ing toward the betterment of life." and Duster. ,"t'J': ', 'IV
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchirison "
Saturday night to spend several Truly this applies to organized f
left early in the week for their old weeks with her' sister, Mrs. G. T. Sig. was a very pleasing musical recital groups in our community. The Wom-
which Mrs. cJeorjje Gardner and her
home in Bay City, GA., where they ler.' Mrs. Johnston has visited K.aI I an's Club ill placing trees eastward I
expect to apend a few weeks, returnIng gimmce in other and has pupils: gave in that city on Mendtyevening I
years many I Kissim The B. and P. finished this week their
the Palm theater.
in the early-part-of March. friends here I II lUre is justly in r-rovd of her music giv allotment of trees northward from Garden Tools and Cultivators

Splendid 6-room east front house, I Ten acres good land ripe for pub- era. Mr. S. IT. Hulloi-k goes to Or Vine street. Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, with .
rloce in; best bargain in town. 92250 division into building lots; real bar- lando every Monday night to play her committee on social welfare, has
Nelson Realty with orchestra of much merit brightened several heal ts during the
Time on part if desired. gain. Let us show you Nelson Real- nn '
Company. J. D. Woodbc-eV conducts tile ba 1d last fortnight.By MAKINSON CO.
ty Company. W. B.
I concerts in St. Cloud. the way, there' may be those
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Funk. Mr. and f Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eastman, who : .- -- who have: not heard that the old man
Mrs. B. C. Carl, and A. A. Hollinger, for several years have been winter I I.C Mr. and Mis. R. (', Noah, recent who made baskets at the county

of Jeromeville, Ohio, were guests at sojourners in Kissimmee' are as usual I visitors here write from St Petersburg home, has passed beyond the shadows I- Near Phone':: 123 ,
the home of C. H Funk and family located m the Thomason home. They that they are coming: back to and; that four days after his demise
Tuesday.Mr. j spent last week in Avon Park but returned KlsMmmec with which they have fell an old ('(companion of his likewise -
Monday to Kissimmee ceem- in love Mr. Nash hopes to tnjn. passed into the Crent Beyond.THE (t -
and Mrs. E. A. Msrple, of Vmennen ingly very happy to be "home" again. here the golf links and Mrs.. Nash .--_.-----
Ind. spent a few day thinweek sings her way into hearts. In her WOMAN'S GUILD
visiting Mr. and Mrs E T. I Apropos of Garden Week and the few days hero she gang one moiiim. ; ;r
Marple, on their way bark '.**.J.) after possibilities for floral culture in Kis- in church two afternoons in nodal The study class of the Woman's 'Q
touring: southern Florida. I simmee<< It will repay any passerby affairs, hut that she loved most was Guild of the Episcopal church met at a,
J to"visit Mrs Nave's flower garden to singing for Mrs. C. W. Griffin. tho Parish (House, Monday afternoonto
WILSON &"TOOMER' FERTILIZERS see her marvelously beautiful' white begin the study of "Creative

SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD. American beauty rose. -Possibly. you Bunted I: 100 mon and wo.rci to Forces in Japan This is also the r WANTED-l l
subject of mission study in the Can- i
have never seen one. come to I the office of Boyer & Tatum
Attorney Alex' Akerman. Mrs. Alex State Bank building, and ask! about adian church, English church and
Akerman, of Orlando Mrs. Charles I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZERS the BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW to l h.> :Methodist church of America. The
I Akerman, of Atlanta, with Mr*. SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD. ,given away Ubi oluly fleo. If class will be held every thud Monday V5 V
Thomas, of Illinois, were Kissimmee t at the Parish House and all are wel
visitor Tuesday.Mrs. I A. M. McCauley has sold out his This evening from five III.tll'n'n..' comed. Visiting ladies are cord'ally
-- dry goods store and will give his en- o'clock in tho Methodist church Chore invited. A two room-maids
D. B. Shaver and Miss .Ireie tire time to serving the needs of his: will be a district Sunday school Mrs. W. A. Hamilton was leider of Housekeeper, I
) gram entertained Wednesday afternoon I friends and customers in his Shoe and workers' council. This com'pl'i's, nil the study department Monday. Her
in the Bungalow the primary I Men's Shop. Mr. McCauley's announcement Methodist church schools. in Orlando remarks interspersed by many per-
department of the Methodist Missionary appears elsewhere in this diKtiiit, honcc include Or'ardo; sonal experiences, were very interest two waiters or waitresses. Apply

Society. issue. Maitlnml. Sanford, Haines City Avon ing. Her daughter, Mrs.; Gale, has (
Park, and other nearby towns. Interesting also spent several yearn in Japan as r
10 acres good banana I lion. Chas: H. Spencer, candidatefor discussions will the !the wifo of missionary.
occupy a
$1000 will sell for $750. $160 cash (
governor, was mingling with the time and supper will be seved visit- Runnymede Lodge three miles
balance $100 ; good land; the .
per year I I crowds in attendance on Banana ing guests. II' CHILDREN AGAIN
hewing well. Nelson Realty Company. *- Convention held here yesterday Mr

I Spencer was on his way to Jacksonville The Dorcas Class of tho First Baptist 0, those happy, happy times
Cloud Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Porter ha re- to attend the meeting, of the church met at tho home of their Of childhood's merry rhymes east of'St. ,
turned from a pleasant ,visit In Avon state democratic committee.It leader, Mrs. N. C. Bryan, Tuesday Such may be the jingle of your I
L. E. Baas afternoon 12. After the heart tonight at the old time"spelling
Park. Her daughter Mrs. is pleasant to know that the for- February
el Avon Park returned with her and merly beautiful Lesley home on the first hour, which was given to matters bee" at the Chapter House,
business and for future under the auspices! of the Presbyterian -
will yisit here several days. be of plan
Orlando road is to occupied by
service, the guests were entertainedby ladies. Go dressed as child-en P
Mrs. Sallle Jacob of Haines City such genial people as Its new owner- the exchange of valentines and and answer to the roll call, you -_ -..-- -
Jiomo.Mr I Dr. and Mr. W. C. Ingram, and their Marys Susies Johns and Charles. '
Yowell ,
is a guest in the C. E. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and games. Dl Qty refreshment: were i J
*.' Jacob and the Yowell slater on served by the hostess More than
have been intimate friends\ for many Leslie Ingram.Young thirty ladies were present to enjoy IN HONOR OF WASHINGTON t

years. the.occasion.' Beautiful Yard Splendid Neighborhood
Tindall advise The Gazette Florida
The banks of the state of
lI'EKTILI.. that he- Is being-urged by bus friend I r
to again make the race for sheriff
ZER SOLD,1tY'W: O. 'STANFORD.MiC United States were closed todayin
the primary.' He-says he baa TilE GRAYSTONE of the first
= honor of the birthday
: and 'Mrs. 'Wil11ijp. BaJlou. the under consideration and On Tuesday evening a Wry enloy- president of the United States. "AN IDEAL IiOME"r"
daughter Edith and.son,,.Latlmer, of that 4t is probable he will definitely ,
able celebrated in ".
'with. annouaca.. .hi* candidacy .in the near birthday party: was
Lawrence, Mass., .arfatopping WOOD) WOOD! WOOD I .
honor of Alberta, the infant daughterof 14 Block-S Blocks from Business Section
L: future. .
their former .townsman4 :v Anton .. > .
,.' /* Mr. and Mrs. H E. Van .Buskisk. 1
Gjriffin, 218 Sumner street* : Bishop:Vincent (Episcopal)' of Ohio at the Graystone hotel, ; 1 am still prepared 120 to furnish bloc-my THE PRICE W1LLL SUIT YOU

Little i 'JamesReese Johnston, ton {* staying at the Country',Club., H* Light refreshments ; were served ostomers with veneer
t. delivered 12-inch
.4 James' M. 'Johnston;'wa t admitted was.ordained for the bishopric on the guests included Aldgytha a Jordan, blocks 16-inch for for 93.16 stove-wood; Sam L. Lupfer '
"Wthe .000np..Genera1' ,Jl apitAl' re.eeityber. .am.1 day as his"friend Dr. McCon- Mrs./Bibbit,'Mrs. Rsy.rMr; *. Lee. Mrs 92.95. Split -
j ,he aell, and they have spent avacation Canon Mrs Kate Erb; Mrs. a Birch guaranteed full strand; 15-inch: for
/,,.. foP"tonailitiar'H. ...-bl'lMtttht toptber--every ,..."for 60-yearsv'DrMcConnelt Fank 'Millrap7leoTirej}Calhoun. D*,, 9345; 12-inch for nowAll'3.15. delivered Get your Ideal Location -Roe._ Heose M

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A few Saturdays ago I looked over .
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the work being done by the felerrlforestry ' '

M : service at Starke in Bradford I .
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VOLUME II county.' Now what I saw did not 'wbt

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it e :\. Editor ............. Park Doughten STUDENT OPINION. *. JUNIOR NOTES vation. reforestation, or any- ronller'l' .
.,I Assistant Editor. .__.Eleanor Rosen LOST AND FOUNDIt The Junior play, Clarence, will thing looking to cur having an to.'Se' "
REPORTERS- be given on the 21st of Marc Everybody ance of wood and )lumber and pitch

is a rare occasion indeed that reveals come! The prices will be and turpentine for the coming gen.r-
Senior Class! ............Theta Phay
d, j Junior Clans ....Ellanore Oversreel! to the eye of the student body reasonable and the play excellent.The ations. I've been converted to thata .r
Sophomore Class- __.Jeanette Griffin the word "Found." In fact this wordis Junior's showed their, excellence long time.
1'' Freeman CUia.Geo. Lee Singeltary almost an extinct word in oar 'in the mental test given last But it did reirepress mo w'th the V
school On the other hand we see on [jndnth. Sixteen took the test, seven .
Music Department.Ethel Owen fact that -we are and have been wasting the Food
bulletin board -the word "Loit above normal normal and of Value
t x: Athletics .__......__..--Mary KriUKISSIMMEK our and in addition, "please return to one were below normal., eight Just watch, the our timber and the produ..ti of. ,
y GIRLS ROMP ONt owner." Why is it that of all the articles Juniors shine. our
Lenthall the In
Wyrnan, man
lost few are returned ? Is it
because, the person making the find OUR ONION HEADS charge, is demonstrating the ad an-

s 1 When the'cat Ia''t-; at.home the Fats are dishonest or neglectful ? Certainly The O. II. S. has seen the peaksOf tages of conservatively working and of Your
pet bold. The cat must have been no one attending high school carnivals and fairs; chipping the trees instead of wildly takings

.., away last Friday afternoon, when the should be dishonest, nor doe believe But ne'er has one been more unique slashing and gutting them to death. .
t Kiiximmcc basketecrs played Haines that any person in our entire student Than our boys without liair. He shows that just as much gum

( s City, for they surely played. Coach body is dishonest. Consequently the I can be got that the trees will live anJ Plain flour has a J large amountof

Bowen introduced us to the game by only answer then is negligence. All For when today they left their homes stand longer, that instead of working food value but
t ,. raying, "that we surely would have of us are guilty of negligence to a And came into tho clar.s. one tree five years it can bo work it must be

to do some playing. for he knew j greater or lessee extent, but ",e come No lustrous locks admired their ed seven or eight years, and that the combined with good baking

these girls were quick and good to school improve ourselves and if domes, sawmill man will eventual'y get a powder in order to retain this
players. \ whoal Just look at we are guilty of this besetting sin it Their heads were smooth as '18S1f. better tree to cut into lumber. value. n

I the score and decide for yourself. The is up to us to remedy it. -A. J. G. What a pity that w n't workedout

:, game was very exciting. all the time, Can everything lost on school - and taught to everyb'd/ years Most self rising flours are not
t The ONceola School II.'aIdeal
but Kissimmee let Haines grounds be returned its If High
never tnce to owner al'ol! Twenty years back and folk successful because
City take one foot towards progress,, each one of us l is careful: to mark ManA thought' there was an endless, I I' e< they do not
they only made one field goal and his property it will be easy to accomplish man that is: haostible supply of timber here in raise the bakings to the proper .

t two foul goal The KtBiimmee girls this. What do you say, fellow Moderately good looking; the south lightness. This means a certain
played better this .game than at any students ? Shall we from this Athletically inclined, morally clean; loss of nutrition. because
,,1 S .' pervious ., making a higher time on be especially careful to advertise Respectful toward religion; But they were wrong.
core and less fouls. and return everything that "we, Healthy; That timber is gone. Or it is near they are heavy and hard to-

4 For those who wish to know the find ?'s get together and put the Appreciative of the good and beautiful ly gone. And it Is not being renlaced. digest.

., names cf the champions here's the "Found" notice on the bulletin board things of life; The salvation lies in desperately-

?+ line-up: instead of the one we have seen.- Well trained socially; serving the little that is left, and in Every time you eat food that

j Forwards: Mary Kritz Elizabeth From MuhlenbergWeekly.. Optimistic and good natur ed; starting new forests, in letting naturedo does not properly digest

:Moseley; guards, Mary Snodgrass, Cheivalirous. it, if my thinking is correct. do not the you 'II
Sanderson,' Vivian Floyd running KISSIMMEE BOYS DEFEATED Farmers when get nutritional
J JI ; you clenr laneldon't
i. \ inter-class meet'is
center, Katherine BV DAYTONA An basketball i value- you are over-taxing
Moseley; jumping. BOYS: SCORE 11-9 burn or destroy otherwise good
.going to be held for thepurpose of
center, Edith McLean. Substitutes: wood. Stockmen forget the foolish your stomach. Nourishing and
I P, f Madge Rivers Dorothy Bullock, Irene The Kissimmee boys played theDaytona raisingmoney for the Athletic Asso .
idea that burning th woods is the perfect bakings are what good
The Freshmen
ciation. to
boys in hard last hope win
I Spence, Eunice Rivers, Delia Ledbet- a game
t + ) t, ter. Saturday, losing by only two J points. the championship in this meet. They best means of providing .grazing for health demands. The one sure

As a reward for our victory, Pro- I The Kissimmee boys kept up with the have not any veteran players, but your animals. Turpentine m-n, study way is-use pure flour and

i \ fessor Shaver gave us a do lar towards ,, Daytona boys, !showing them that they have"a large number of good mean) of making the trees you are good baking powder.
). the athletic association. I I they could play basketball. They players. So look out for us all the working\ last and yield longer, and .
Sad but true probably would. have had rest of the year. if you must burn the woods pick a
we have lost" one of I won they If you want to find what thousands
time when it is not Builders,
i so dry.
our .guards, Edna Kriti I i not been no enthusiastic over gonsrto :
I of
The Kipsimmc girls expect 10 play the fair after the game. Although Worldly Wise i conserve lurrber. Everybody, be very housewives have

the HillsborouKh girls in Tampa Saturday our boys have lost a good many Edith : Whst in your opinion was sure not to burn wood or .grass just learned-make some biscuits

1 : {i and promise, if possible: to games we are proud of the spirit and the most foolish thing ever invented for the sake of seeing the smoke. with self-rising) flour then
I' bring back a great victory We 'would courage they have shown in all their Jimmie: The excuses invented by Success in farming depends whole. make some with good plain
I like very much for every one who can games. average husband lot. very often, upon planting and flour and Calumet Baking Pow-
do so come alonr and root for I raising those things that are bein; -
Dick Bandy wants to know if der-nOtice
C' Come on, let's go! j I SOPHOMORE NOTES Africans shown a lack of interest by m ;"st, far the great difference.
j I shoot dice with a
!gun. mers. One trial will satisfy you. Your

SENIOR NOTES When the "Sophs" entered their One of our Senior girls insists! that ,For instance, last year just aboutf"'l'r'body health demands that you make
-- .: room Monday morning, Miss Sh :c'<- a thatch of red hail adorn planted watermelon, ant the
I Hooray1!! The long looke have : some new topmost extoi! mity of her future hus just about everybody lost money < nhem I
rings arrived!! So 1 ,
Friday pupil, for two bnlil-hciilod'
b" :
morning the Seniors ys i I band: "he need not be good looking. because the rains and the disease I Those who know-millions
were the cente"of among thorn, but on looking at O'emthe l of
''a a crowd of envious and admiring second time she 'icovered' them I but he must have hair because altrcilhairo made this!' crop next to a total housewives, domestic scienceteachersbiRhotelsrestaurants

", undcr-classmates, who were anxious to be her same old pupils -- Dav ii i iren_ _are_ ...:so_ ambitious. failure. Having! lost money on melons I
r" to have a Icok at the new ring There Brunson and Bill Moore I last year, few farmers will; go I ,
rings are the same as the ones which;. ''IS wondering if the Everylody hair will :Miss Lonner gave the Senior a he-ivv en them! this vear. bakeries and railroads will not
boys' I
the Seniors got last year. They have tome back curlpy. ,, test asking them to name five of I IShukl'sPP81"l"S The yarns holds true with other I j use anything but Calumet, the
the head "Iu "". Among the ti. When the bottom falls out of
I of Osceola engraved l on The sophomore class is still the ) crops. Economy Baking Powder.
them. Above the head is the wont largest class in high school, althougi ties received. arp these: King Liar; the hog market, you always see a

{ "Osceola," and:i underneath the dote| we Dart two of our pupils this week ,'I IA :Merchant of Venus; OIJ Fellow; ace/ to get rid ot hoes breeding Play safe-us* Calumet and
1924. As a symbol of Osceola Ili'f' Rebec-a C'hntlam, who has left for I McRoth: Omlrt. Which reminds us' stock and nil -- and for any price
+ School no prettier or daintier rin'C her home in South Carolina, and E.Im 'I of the time that Emerson Squires'acid (usually a sacrifice price) If the plain flour. It is the most economical

L could' t be had. Under-clnsamates: Kritz who is going to attend: school that Shakespeare's most famous 1923 peanut crop had been sold for and satisfactory,

: just keep' on working, and you w II in Mont(>,oerde. Both girls will bi poem was .."Venice. and Adanoid" an unusually high figure, there wouldbe I where light, wholesome ana

I t soon Pert be Fridav Seniors and have vour priors.; missed very much by the Sophomore (': Miss Leitner- -: ---What--is- -the mean! a wild scramble among farmers pure foods are desired.
the Senor* class. to see who could plant the most peanuts I
look their "Trig" ;: ing of this rule Bob? I wish you'Jexplain.
exams. Of course --- -- this year.It PACKED IN TIN
q ; everyone paused (7)) So for the pre I Good Advice I always runs that I have
ent the Bob Buckrls: Just what is it about way.
t Seniors have no exams to I Smoke Came! after dinner; they the rule Miss Leitner, that don't: noticed this tendency for a long time, -KEEPS STRENGTH IN
worry over. you
r I are so good on the desert. understand. ; and for a lent!; time I went with theTpnd I

1 -- -.--.__ _u_ - -- ----- .. l j lush and loft money w th the
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DEVELOP rest.But
r : YOUNG FIRFS ON NATIONAL FORESTS large temple with a seating. capacity I have tried out 'a "rifrht- "
VINEYARD IN 1922 SWEPT 373,214 ACRES for nbout face." last bad -
I 2,000 persons, administrative of- year being a - -

? '. Since grapes-e-; into bearing and Forest fires swept over 373,214 ficers with increased accommodations one for the watermelon grower, about ten acres of land for this staple I You cannot get away from the fact .r

yield paying returns so much earl'er ( acres of national forest land during for Grand Master, grand officers and means that few will be grown this crop. Less money than expected that "the world do eat." If we farm

; in the southeast than elsewhere-usually I the calender year 1922, and destroyed past grand officers, a suite of large year if thin rule holds true. Therefore was made on oranges this winter, and ing folks glut the market the world

producing a paying crop at (timber and property valued at $494.- rooms for the use of London provin- I am planning to plant several .that means a dampening of the pep names the price. If.. regulate our

ti eighteen months with full crop at 966, exclusive of damage to cial, district and other visitors acres to this crop. The bad season of many citrus growers. But I have I supply, we are the boys who' fix the
:. thirty months-those contemplating young cluding reading, writing, smoking having made cotton a failure last written to cirtus-grower "
\ growth, according to the annual report my partner such, the world'. consumer
planting/ should give the very best of of the Forest Service, United !conference rooms, a' library and museum year you hear little enthusiasm for it in Lake county.. and told him to keep j will bid against each other for what

r ,' care duction.i so. as to insure maximum pro.. States department of agriculture,.The rooms, and fifteen lodge and chapter this year, Therefore, I am preparing going we have. '

.'L 1:). 0\,After the area burned in 1922 was nearly equal varying'sires, -- --- - ---.----- -_-- _ .. h _, __ __.,. __ _____. _
plants have been: set in to the area swept by flames in 1921, ,
i the ground, the first but the
\ application of damage was almost twice as COST OF TUBERCULOSISWORK
7 fertilizer should be given some tlmt'durinII great, because of more serious' fires! LOWERIn
!' the month of February. This in stands of merchantable timber. IS

I should consist of castor pumice or I Mnn-rause l fires again were : the
responsible eradication
: of
; bone cattle tuber-
t meal
rr at the rate of about one for 64 per cent of all fires, and ul'< is it is now
pound possible to get bet-
to each plant or, in other lightning, fires accounted for about 'er
u>e o'lt of the
words, about five hundred pounds 36 per cent of the total. money expended
than .
per acre. I One of the ever before, according. to the experience -
outstanding facts in
( of the veterinarians
/ When the plants begin to I connection with the ]!)22 fire carrying
grow, season, on the campaign for the U.
\ there will usually be the report is that Dept- rc
I two or more says except for >f Agriculture.
During the
young shoots from the higl! ly localized! "sore last year
plant. The spots" of mcndiarism the
J average cost per head of I
strongest of these shoots should be I man-caused fires on the cattle under II I
: selected, national fore'ts government supervision
leaving only one to each peenis to be decrensj
.. .vRS :33!: cents" a reduction of 11
l { plant. This young shoot should be j ni!. The rapidly growing use of the from the figure cf the cents THE UNIVERSAL CAR
trained on a cane, stake, or twine to forests for recreational purposes This reduction preceding year. I
a the wire which .voiild which was brought
should be naturally lead to
about four many more about
.' largely through the
r- and a half feet makers' and spread of
from the .ground. campers' fire", but man- the I
Pinch off all shoots caimpd fires area testing. plan makes it possible -
are undoubtedly
coming/) firm this dt" reasng to
; advance
j. main stem until the plant reaches' the in. relation to the greater use of with the eradication more rapidly I
i wire then the work. Most of
; you should pinch the terminal forests by the public. the in I
areas which
bud at wire and In dividing the all of the cattle
let a branch man-caused fires have been
i tested
run each way along the wire. This into groups, the report accredited at one time are I
ov- counties
will usually be nlong about the first er 17 per cent of the total to care'ess'makers and counties free of cattle
'uberculosis Your
of July. Stop all summer pruning at nearly 14 per cent to incen ly all parts of are the now found in near Buy Ford Now

this date and let plants grow at ran diarism, over 13 per cent to came Atlantic to the Pacific country from the I
fires, and about 6 cent to the Gulf. {
dom.The per to rail Every
one of the four
roads. corners of the
first The balance
year thc'plants should is scattered has I
be country
at least
I I' cultivated clean, keeping a dust mulch among brush burning, : or one in which a one free county "\i'' 7TTH spring almost here thousands
and miscellaneous campaign is of
throughout the dry leaaon. If plants which being carried now families antici-
: have not made the desired includes those fires lumberinl// on Up near the ex W pating the demand that .
is .
,1; \ second application of .growth, a cou'd not he determined tremity of Maine is Piscataquis roun- certain to exist for Ford Can ...
t about one-half pound should be of of the forest service ty; in southwestern Arizona is Mari- and Trucks are placing their orders for immediate
given rope delivery.
{ V the latter "Fires on the county; Island county, Wash., is
part of June. If the plants national fore'tea. dtir- free; and work is i
have made !good growth by the first ng the calender year 1922 compared make the final just starting to Sales now are far ahead of sales this
; in clean-up at time last
t I" of number, size in Dade
August it is by no means bad and causes wth; rheas, year.
a : county, Florida.
policy to plant a cover crop such as of the two previous years. The 1922 Advance orders calling for delivery under the Ford Weekly

I Iron or Brabham, cowpeas or bunch season was marked by unusual weather Purchase Plan have I
A' velvet beans in the mIddle 'ot rows, : conditions," the report says. LEGION AFTER POLITICIANS: already reached a total of 255,758
.1 1 leaving at least two feet of space on "Fires occurred early in June in most WHO WRONGFULLY l.'SF.' IT Cars and Trucks. .
of the .
each national
fei side -
of the row, which can be forests, and a severe --

'h'' cultivated up through September. In fire season eemei: in prnnpe-t, but Legal action against those who The of
i the fall or winter, this cover crop can rains and cooler weather in July itnd wrongfully use the name of the Amer- prospect securing prompt delivery is daily becom

de disked in the ground shallow, and early August afforded a respite." ican Legion in support of ing more uncertain. We
;, will be of great advantage in candidates is political cannot urge too strongly, there- I
sup in
-1 ") plying humus to the soil.Ui ka. This follows Nebras- fore, the necessity for placing order
ENGLISH recent your
MASONS announce immediately if

-1; 'f'',"\:j( ,'-.t year's In regard crop, you to have pruning to ,prune for first ac MASONIC MILLION J PROJECT MEMORIALAt of ment the by Scottsbluff Harry E.county Ayres central, chairman Re- you are planning to drive a Ford Car this spring. I

: : cording to vigor and size, also. different the recent quarterly communication publican committee that the Gering I
k ,
;; varieties Neb.. legion
require of the United had endorsed
.:1 I methods of pruning. Such varieties different Ancient, Free and Accepted Grand Lodge Masons" of candidate. a certain See the nearest Authorized Ford
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as R. W. Hudson,' Carmen, Champ- of England, the report of a special Ayres made a retraction stating Dealer'I
ft 1 ancll<< Lukfata, Herbemont Dr. Col committee was received relating to that the endorsement was not given

; r 't lier or in fact on aH of the Post Oak the proposed Masonic Million MemorIal by the post, itself, but by "one hun- I

i' ;:, t : and' Cha'rnpanii Hybrid, you should in honor of the Masons who dred per cent of the members of the
gave '
"ti! '1 from four to six eyes on each their lives in the great war. post. Department Adjutant Frank

{ t. lateral. Varieties such as Armalga It Is proposed to treat the whole of iB. O'Connell has issued a statement
s RonaMo. Edna! HeadlightBrilliant the property of Grand Lodge, being that the case will be taken before the

and Ellen Scott will< require a shorter the area bounded bv Middle Yard executive committee of the American Detroit, Michigan '

arm, which! should be from two to Great Queen Street Wild Street and Legion, and if it is found that the endorsement ,
M four ryes In pruning, always Wild Court was made :r'M
cut including aites of Mark J
unofficially Is
,. not .
.4..> direct throw.t faci1itat. joint, as this Masons' Hall The Connaught Rooms, court action will be instituted. A I to MOWS DcMrr tony for your ca la lull .. cnfc
C I will greatly the tying of Freemasons' Hall, and the provision of the national tar dJUvwy. You CM aM oa 1M ttmnA Hal. .
constitution I .
; the twine to wire between prorrtie.; of the legion early; awklni ;
; for support.A Freemasons' Hall provides that no endorsement tc.- Or, i It) you wish, a awOl paraas down J,
F Ft Street as a cleared site The designs of political candidates "- the icrats el the you Ford CM amos* fa* dcliverf wad...
shall w.
be .kl
to be submitted in competition will made. Purcasee Plaa.8IX .
newspaper is a community's: real ,
provide for 1
a building to t.
$r + I ; asset Help u* make this a live I'' tually the whole of this land.cover even Printing-" Service in Commercial "4 ,. 1/ ;
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TRADEMARKS; REASON'S SHOULD WRY DE CITRUS USED NO I ... .!!!!!!...... .... .. .. i .It it it t. IkMeN4d eec eee t tc i s4 .\ 1 { .H :::: : :::::.::: : : : : :: :: : :. : :: :::U':. : :_ : Ui'i: : :: :: :m, : ::. '

Advertising, 'grapefruit and"oran- ,
without trade-mark"identification., 4,
.. has been recentlJ'lropo.ed, would Np '
prove : !')' ri '
to, growers, in the opinion of, Lundy .
l Inrr, of Kansas City Mo., alotlnlll'wholel.le I.
fruit jobber and executive ,.. {'! ; ';;"
secretary of the Affiliated Fruit Jobbers 'i" ,," ,'I : ,
who is in Florida for .
l Conference 1 .
., ;' ; ", ." '," ,
weeks.In ,
several r, I;" ,. .. -" ,
an interview recently Mr.:, Dirr ":'1! I \ '1, " : '! " ,,:.:'(), \
pointed out that the custom of buying r' 1"sdtu'; ..,\< ,\' ],//1, P'9, ,' ,
n'rs' j jti'\ .t: It:1
food products by trade-mark name .. "...'. ,flu":::, ,, L t, "..'f'tj'',.b. r\ 1
become generally prevalent ; //J(1I"J; 4t w.;, tJ ,, ,,:;'17,! ,
has , '' 1, '71U'
> > ". ti. .el n" t r
among consumers and is in increasing ." "\' ,\ (,,: '1'\1' :\ f'; ,
ogue 'with dealers.. More than.nine "'", .., ,,"',r'rJ, .jI'11/OJ' I,>.\ .4..,. ,";. .1'1'i:,v.(( ,)< ,I' ;-i.
of the effective merchandising : I" '
ty percent l' .. : : '/
of the present time is on trade- % r .',; ,,' ' I
'ti } y.t. ,
marked goods' it was asserted by the. I ,1.lit / .. ...
Kansas City man. t
"The average consumer today buys ..
ly trade-mar and in every line of {; -
.nude. both wholesale and retail deal- .. -'L
,rs recognize this fact" Mr. Dlrr -
tated. "The degree to which it has : _ _
,icm, found impracticable to success- M a I
: ully advertise and merchandise non- \ I
ratfe-marked articles is indicated by
t the fact that In no ono of the past \
\o years has there been spent more :
: '
han $10,000 In national mediums for ; ;; _ .
i !advertising of food products that: '. \ ,:tt :i t _. -
\. ,'1'(> not identified by trade name.

i'In wed buying to depend' fruits upon housewives the protection have I ,_.. : : ::L ..

,,/Horded them by the trade-mark of v. .
csponsilite shippers and organiiaIOIIH -
: cons of producers. Consequently . _
hey do not look with favor upon 20-: : iT : : -.
goods that are not clearly identified. _ -- .
Co attempt to sell) the consuming i._ -
I public cf the United Slates on Florida 1 .
.runfros and grapefruit without identifying -

names and trade-marks, would !I _
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l he a task that few experienced ad- i
\ \ertismg and merchandising men
would care to undertake. The effect 3h
ould be made successfully only if a
ingle agency controlled the entire
output of the state and< was in position R
to enforce grading a.d packing When You BecomeAn
iules-even then it would require the
expenditure or millions of dollar
"I 1 have been wonderfully .Impressed .
in my travels over Florida by the .' i
omplete and effective equipment of
the parking houses affiliated with the d
larger marketing organizations. Investor I Iit
While I find a wide difference in the
grading rules observed by various .
house. the net result is an output of ,
rood quality, responsible carrying capacity -
and. fair keeping elementa. In
mom" or the houses which consign | -
fruit or market it in a haphazard \
Hay. however there is a great de Il I IJ -t ii! you l'uy 1 a building plot! in :a suouvb; :you know that finished devc'.c: ,
the essentials of
J 1. attention to '
good 4 patkinir Advertising without ''r :j ment that more than anything; else gives to the land. Price is a poor thing .J

trade-mark. on identification the product would of these put. a i I ;;e4 :." judge by. Price is not what you are looking: for ; if it was acreage: could be be :. .'

(poorer premium, houses as the nverage -consumer ... more cheaply. No :you want finished and beautifying development to avoid c1.A .- i

would whether have the no fruit means she of bought'determining '' I ing the work of development yourself. The higher grade the development work

was from one of them or from a prop- I is, the more land is worth to you. -
Irly equipped and well operated packng r.
I / house
"Conditions in the fruit trade are is to real estate It is the
That why Coral Gables means more buyers today. one big suburb in
urh as 10 give additional reasons
shy growers should maintain their the United States which has established the highest standard of finished development. It rrov.3: +
t trademark brands and advertise' beautiful day. Its wise restrictions protect Its wonderful improvements add
these only They are the greatest ; more every you. ,
ingle factor in helping to keep prices t| not only beauty but rapidly increasing value. ,
.. up to levels that return growers something i, .
on their labor and Invetmt'IIt.I'j! j i

offered It is competition on consignment of or at ridiculously -, I I You cannot judge the value of Coral Gables plots by price alone. But if you will compare them

low figures which keeps downtheiprices with the land sold at the same price in other suburbs, you will not fail to. be convinced of Coral
/ paid by"jobben. It .U '
Florida citrus fruit was as carefully Gables values. '
graded and packed and as scientifically 1. "1-, .. ,. (, 1' : ; (,I"" "; !/""": : j' J;\,,
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marketed as 'Sealdsweet, 'Blueiooae' ,. , I .
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(; and 'Florex! the present unsatisfactory 1 .. .. ., .. >: .. . ,. ., > 5R.
irttl IH'J': I>'1 d. > >.., ,M, I ,,l't-I. + ",,' " u-/*:' '? ;$'ydltu'fit. i I "'
have been encountered.conditions would To abandonthe never ; . ,, ;'-.I'r:;' ') Come'to Coral Gables today and 'see'for yourself what ,finished'development 1 c,' .

trade-marked brands in advertising I work means. Come as our guest aboard the de Juxe' Pullman bus that runs '.. %}

.would In my judgment., mean : from this city and be convinced of Coral Gables values. 'r" )
more grief rather than an Improved ..
atuation. Better merchandising of
.ofv'rtiJOl..1 brand is the need of the ,
''our, according to my experience in
the fruit trade." /

"To illustrate my point let us take
for example the Elberta peach. Where
that name and verity originated is a i
mooted question but it eventually established (cURIAL DABLE. .

a wonderful reputation by .
roucon of the unquestioned merit it '
1'<>!llIeRled. The name was not copyrighted -
nor had the propagator vislonod -
its posmb'htie. to the extent of .4
irademarking it. and it was n.t lnq I
afore there were dozens of nurseries America'snest
clling 'Elberta' peach trees and 'Elln'rtas1 Suburb ), '
were offered from Arkansas,
:Missouri Oklahoma, Illinois, and in .
fact every section where climatic conditions J
make it possible to mature I '
"eat hell. To the uninformed and V. : i
that means the consumer if a box or Developer .
basket In .
labeled 'Elberta Pl'aehel'that
is all there is to it., and so Ibei' DAMMERS & BURNES, General Sales Agents .
liuys, at the lowest price offered quite ,
ignorant of the fact that there is as .
much difference in the quality of the

Arkansas Elberta and the Texas El- Executive Offices 158 East Flagler St. Miami.
berta as there is between chicken sal / : ,

ad"This and chicken condition soup.threw upon the Florida Offices : Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando, r

trying conscientious to educate jobber the the retail nec dealer<.s.ltv on of Tampa, St. Petersburg;, Sanford, Lakeland, DeLand, Eustis.

the relative value of peaches from tV I Kissimmee Office: Park Hotel, C. L. Bennett, District Manager
various! sections, and as many of f-em;: 1
margin Is too small to upend i>ny
money in advertising and publicity r i v .
work and as both they and the retail I 1
dealers are too busy to give any ,
time to the matter, they naturally resorted
to the simplest and easiest ,'
way of buying at the lowest possible t'i
prices what the consumer asks for. i
Now if the Florida growers were to
abandon their trade-mark and advertised -
brands, they would own nothing. -t ---.-- ao r
a .
but their groves. As the name '. '-
ida' cannot be copyrighted what : -
would prevent a Georgia Texas oreven c '
California growerfrom buyinghis A.a eeeoooo ooooo.oootooOo o oo .o.. .. ote.t.. . .. . . . . . ...o..oooeoo ooooo & .... -' 4
nursery. stock in Florida and then + i ..oo.oo ot..oo.. tOOOOOOOOO.'OOOOOOOO " ... . . . . ....00. to.ootI ...O.O..O..O..c.. .0.010..0.- - - - -.-.-.-.-. . .
selling Florida grapefruit? No one ,
t'ouldkeep him from doing so, and he I
could not be accused of dishonesty, who has not been in the fruit jobbing men know that fruit so inferior as I men but no.public man goes very far or fourteen years. That indescribable: "Neither the jobber nor the retail ,y
for :war*.not his trees purchased in business can hardly :appreciate) the to make it unfit for eating,,is never toward'public' esteem until he has something which we call 'personality1 dealer are much concerned in how
Florid*?; You Floridians mast not confidence and satisfaction which:the packed: under the trade-marked 'made a man' for himself. It usually ia in reality reputation Hundreds of ; cheap ha can buy your fruit; what heia
'kid' yourselves about.your wonderful jobbers haven the strength_ of, the brands. Many purchasers ,of ,'Sun takes years of persistent effort in adhering thousands of people formed their vitally interested is, can my competltcr ;
climate and soil It's.aU and more California Fruit Growers Exchangeand kist! and 'Sealdsweet',fruit by Jobbers to a'de nlte standard 'for a Ideal from seeisigned statements buy It cheaper. Just bow you
than yon, claim for ,It, puts/just between , their Sunkist brand. Ther know are t made .without inspection' while man.t to establish himself in" publicconfidence Roosevelt and Woodrow could satisfactorily: ,market Florida '
you and me, I ban tasted some that in the Exchange they have ''at can .of, nondescript fruit ,are always : ,"-and to get ,his'reward' in Nihon without ever seeing.the, men. fruit without, trademark brands:. -and ..
wonderfulgrapefruitfrom .xasaud powerful ally- which ''capable: 'of subject .to ,a critical: examination: and proportion as .thosestandards may The fact'that they ware born in New avoid much greater. difficulty"than' I .. i
old 1Mexlco. h..1,*> : meeting almost, any, emergencysotheir erery;apparent.flaw.noted before aceeptaac :. become known. Seldom do men begin York '01',:Virginia ',was'not in Itself understand you: are now.-experienc' .. "I, rEt 1''
"The legitimate" friendly, fruit .purchasers are limited only;\ by *. t...-Th....., greatly. f increases to reach i'that 0&1.before forty-years convincing: that' they, were statesmenand hag ia not me.\From t the 'a
Jobber wouldy1eww1thwaMra.anyt ;: : the demand of th territory., ; sun claims a/la adds delays and confusion. of"age. 'That'a ,twentJ".n afterthey leaders" The fact that they war* standpoint of the" Jobber, and the.Job.' a
publicity except an' enlargement upon kist-.and c's .< ,:anaome.. ,-trade-marie' ; I.. .to the packer com to __'....tat../?It seems Roosevelt, and ,'Wilson ,with ':high '* leiman calling on the.telan 5
your,present advertising campaign hlng..,.They mean standard. The what a reputation toe man. ',TJteNa tome /that:.'Sealdswvet',. ,has -dane standards. .,of action and, I..utterance.: trade. "'and selling.fruit in lees' tbi.a ... ,
r behind trade-marked- brands,'Any one- jobbers_. and' dealers' and the" consu ,., all,kinds,of.frult:and all kinds ,of ,'wonders. 'in. the"short ,apace.' of thirteen was convincing., tContlnucd on rc.,iBIcbt; )' : pal I
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.. 1 Tvveiilvfour (14)). Incluslte piI)'abhl '!. Court "f the <_P.>etgr Jailse iMcculaj .1.I' IIUGIIT ON POTATOES
I..May 1. 1939 j t'nuety. Stale .f Klerlrie.Jn IUSI! :! Tboiit Let .em"- !

Legal :Advertisements i'I 1101,45 numbered Tw. <"iit>.-five tZlI) to I' .A'.. KMlalo. of Oliver I*. Taw, I The potato crop is always In !
: Tlill'I>'-.< ven. (17)), IncluiilM', payable: deceased.'To \. II'ilh
I' )Jay I. l 44.ll'indw .'') :ill I I i'l'..'...11.1 ".*. l..cKiit..... f OlHtrllxiteisnntl I I danger of being ruined by lite blight.ThiS'is .
.. + + + .o- . + ..o- . . numbered Tlill-4iiilt I iJMto 1 ,all l I I PciHoim bn\ I lug 4'1111"I Ills uiI : true, even though the disease S ,

_______________- ,I Fl ny-I fires. II KM>I.I'TIP'S.VHRTircA8. .' I. 1U4X.llniida I' Ytiu. .liiid.ctaih, wf >'.,,,. ate heltby notified 'has iii-vcr appearance.
I I numbcled. Klfty-four Ifi4) to S II nil 1 l's'II|Il I rid "I 0 presi-nt. a lit>'. In the field or garden. Hordeaux mixture Die ,

\ : !!. a pcllllon linn. 1>....m lllwil. 1oI0"0..thr. f C3) liiclimUu. piilal.1.-| i claims, nnd, dcinaiidH which >ou. oi. is the spray material usually %
with 'hto !Honrtl of Public IIIK! Mifdon. : Mtv: 1. 1! S4.JliindH .I Jell IK.r ..f )'ou, limy 111&\'" aualnnt the j i reeoinmended for this urpose.The S ,.%
*. and for tmooolH Ciiuiuj'. iiiinibcrod So Enlvfuul (7I n i.stat. < wlirn Kl liy what puiinulH, to I|1"IOl'ld"1 I.. Ono hundred ( !tuft), InclusUu, "pilja- i, of 'KlKslmmcu. Oaceuln .('''''tll)'. 1.1"1.Ila. fungus that causes late blight '
L than 'w..nt-lIn'< (25S. ) |.cr rout of III.' I 1)10 May I 1. Ifftl\ 5:I I.. I to I lie iiiideiHlnned. 1'lxecutilx' offnld produces largo dead spots on the
4 4 "'>iitX qunllllcd' ulwtorN rt-KliKiiK. wlthlli', I All UK l.rU\'l lded In, It certain\. rcHolullon "eKtadt nitlillt two >i'iu'$ fiom. $ I thenot. IcavoN wlmh, on I the lower aidl. show Like Flies t
;pmctaI Tux 1\1"\ ho..I DlBlil i .<-( :Nn. 4, | liintrae I of I ho Hoard' uf I Public liixtructlun elal,' he j7
lii'lnir a cotiMulldnUoii of the L'lutrlrtrt J of Oacooln. :(.o1lllt)'. KluildH.. paHHod\ until' I I' IIII.d, January 1 titI,. A. I>. -liS4.! H characteristic downy growth. It
foiitiotly ,k now ii a. ii"1111.."... 4.fc i' iKlopted hits 7th day of I'Vbi,'uary. A 'I' .5 MINNA: I.. TAW. loatl.-t nlso to stem and tuber decay, .

I ( IMiil 6. KtMlnir that thoy tl.-iilro tli.. I I..Tu H b I 1424, 5I..ld. rvaolutlon h..IIIII"'blillh..& . ICxevulilx." according to G. K. Weber associate I II .,_: .
"nr. -<>f liniulH l>>' ttnltl Xpi'flal. TaxSVhtMl I ed In cuiiiiecllon) with this notlfe ".(1 I INlictlon ----- --- of the . v__- ; ,
I 1 UlHlrlrt for tliu |>urutiHi. of noOMlrlnff 1'lxi poltH will open, at "f)1'l'tit, Full IM IH.ICATIOV plant pathologist Florida experiment .
l .l.uII'I1ngs1aEgIiM.. I"rn'1' clock. a'. tn. and cl."O..1 $"...I..wII. .10 '' Penn I No. O169rtil.I 11..1..111..1' . t hoI I station. Once started, if the .
teur. or otherwise. IninrovliiK, I'..H.HI and Mohool M rou lulu for" .4ht,.. 'Jielu"U,vof 1 H. (,'. $11I..fn" ". luite. .been appoint d1. I Fla. Jan. 1. 1112t. OO Chicks
. numbers of in the fields 1 Die
..... |hn .piilillfl frco mTionUKIHii. liiNpctloiN. for said l'ic'.(1(111. j NOTICK. Is IK i el.y loth.. .' tlintn- IlarAo plants 50 out. of Every '
Ibo mild jol..1;| Tun Srliool .,..11'1..1 : fly' Older of the Ii|,>urd of 1'ubllc InHtiuctton S diewi J.p .Fore of IxtiiKhman u. Florida. wi be killed in a few diiys. #"="
of 'lo'lo\a.\ un'Jnnunry I .. 1 112!!!. .matlv. lloni.wtend .'- I '
.nd which' .aid l lu-IUIon fiirtlit net 1J."ol.-I.O"nt %v Sic solution of bordeaux should (U. S. Government figures)
I, forth In Ronoral finm tin* amount .r II. MK/iTY.. hHlriniiii, I I inlly. No. 111 I fur SW: ..<, of .r.TO i
'- ...*iidS to l h o INNU*,tl. tint! I the AIICMt C K. Yowclt. H....).. puv\' ., Section 2*. Towimhlp 21 bo ) about the time the plants I

..urpoIieP. thereof ..".1 lliat Hi* .proOfrlftl .' I Ion!.., of Public liiKlnietlon.. s.. Itaimo 27 K. ','"Ullhll.""'" Merld-. are six inches higb. Additional applications Yon should raise' 95 of'f f
_0<<1. from the rnUof micli Onccolii Oounly, Florida.$ I' Inn boa. Hied ....tlt.d of Intention toninke I l. (should be _made 'every ten
/ ....ndll Diiould' ho uni-4 for the i if 1iurt.Rc. (!qI.., II.Gt" i'Iur.e-yenr Proof, to establUhIclaltn S
vet forth ,In HHl : ,It Inn I.! ....11. Hindi. to n I-| I | f..,'" ('I..I'1t. Clioult Court,. tI t 1 KlHulmivioi., his sprayer, and spraying mate. S"
.. ficar to *tlio Honlil, of I'ulillc I Inmruetlon I In Clri'iift' Court. rih Judicial, Cliciill, )Morldi: on I Ihe itt.h nf :March 1124. S tial ready for use immediately after C Purina Chick Startcna. This ':! -
vf Oni-oolii County, Kloi MSI, that i In and fur Onreoln. County. "'','Ida.In. I I'I Clnlmant% namm n.. IHH.HMOB': .
.aktl petition IIHH IHM-II .1'1".1 l l l fly' nioirtthun Ctuilii'..'I'! V. Jam... II. Nail' !and I Hannah PrnnkV.. :Anoi.. of lou II'h mil II. 1.1"1.1" II planting .has. been .finlphesl.S . based the
t".nl.n(2 '.( ) |>or ..-..t nfllit- ).I. Nn.I.- lila wife I tl.Il1. tim Ialnlllll.i t a, "",'J'HimJitins J \V4lllnni' 1). AVhelpley ,t>f Ivoimhinan. j "" "". figure is on experience S S .1' i
duly qualified< .flcctor 1'.1.11..1wll"h, $Murllitrovo; e"I.. 1t."I".I."I.| : I 1"lu.IL.| I x SOME'ILVBY S .
.iJJ, SiXTlnl I Tnx o1'hool HUtrtrtt. nu that It I IK ( of Milld, Kpt-rlal" 'I'"x" $,'liul Illtttrlct 1 '$HHIOV\. \ If llvliiw J'1"! If Otad$ nil i .Florida.7f.t . I "do know thai a'>bnbv that S raisers the country ;
vae S
I IIIH.M. l 'undoi llvluy. \ C l'ltf. you ,
I j I Hint 'gauU lid ln> ai'qiilnil I and .1 nnitH M Inlmlnif, :u'-iit'ip 1 ,I
tinlltllriK ,r bulMltiifn be cmiMriirt.'tlthcrron $;n.'trO\o.' '' dt'reaMi'il '>r tithi' i wlnt> In S Itelislef: fed en tlelhant'" in'lk gnlnl.t twenty I
-I and tutu nlnli.'jl 1 and ".qlI( I IK'.l! tl h." j>rt,,polly In I flu Pill'I I of Complaint I -' -- -- - -. I I pOI.mcl< \. ?" . Purina Ciiick Startena .
/ cur 4'xrlUKlvo WHO a* 4.l |IllifIlil' fits'rhaol -IniM iiett" 'Iiia tt.-r dcsarllinl : Nina. I'". I TO "'11"" If >I\V ( Sin.IlKimc." If IhliiK ,"..1 I If dt-atl. lilt "J"I"o Impo""i milk and
.. ... HohoolH wit Mil NiiUI illntrU't.and : .1 contains butter ,
-' that bondd, Htivjultl bo f1' piirtliit clalinliiit littiTt'Kln iixdt'r. Nln.t I will lio teci-Hnl;::: nl hIll of(rice of t',1 Unc'e! ouin. "WhoJI baVy was S .5.-
,, .u..h 'I !I"'. .toIlI'.IJ'-' di*<.i.aiifd I. or cithcrwliii'In the .Htnle 1 Live stock Snnltniv I I JI"III'I..r. it,?" S the other ingredients '& "
NOW, TiiuiiKiinuR: s Tin IT nn4Cpl ' flip in'('pi-rtv 'III tlio Hill' of f.inilil.ilnt. t the State of 1.1010111., Tnll.ahHHHce.. "l-'l.i. PUrVlNA
': by thn Tl'inrd. of CuMio: I litriirtlun ,ti.l. fiorrliiafter 'h..lbo.l ; by paid. Ih"rd'.t any Iliuf until' I I2.n of liMcoola Count).. Klotlihi. S 8.' ScrtDCim. If lIMnu.' and 1C dnatl. 1'1"1 noon, the Ift -.1I1S' or Mlin'li. te. E1.nnor.I.irybod) Maga- CHICK
p <*t, thin. th*. flr.t ", ,,,'lInl{ of nnlil U'.!ir>lwflor Million.' clalnilncr Inlcr.'KlH undir' 1 Dr. I IU24 for the coiiKtiuctlon. nf nil or nnv February. tender digestive organs
the r'.II.1 l of '!..I.I'I I.I.I Ijoii. Hiallioncl ScruMTKN' I'a..d. In thfl fliini of uni- I llunOD'UTliounnnd I l III itfl, t'l'1)' I In tho HUI I of Complnlnt, I ami S ( nnd. '" cnttlv tllpnliitr' vn'xIn of the baby chick. _

( tlon.udu.00) I Ji.illaiJi ai.; i.-- ;::: 'I'II"'h i1pciibed;: ; Clililbctll J |I I naldnt St. Lticle or vats Stale completed..I Florid)It.. tindiiys I.KGION.VAIRK ESCAPHH ., S I.. WITH tUTTI WMJI
l' CI"lr..1 for tlio 'imrp'iMo of lu'tjulr, I nit HiM'UKun. .. ami 'it tlfml. nil ;parllfn 1 i MEXICO .POSING AS A GERMAN hessisris.4 S SS
. .rlalinliiK Interests. undfr Elizabeth, from dale nf 1 letting of epInirsief.I'unns. Don tLctT1emDe! *ir CMIC**
: xround fur th<* oiimlrurllnn of n lintldinn S | lo ttlnns tor *. *
I pp..elttcutlouus nnd
7 or. IxillOlncH nud. ,fur connl, rurUliif .ScruiTBH.. 'fI""I. or otherwise .In tIle | saId Vats pro obtalnnbla 11'.'''' its .if.Jlce Poeingae 1 German in order to escape -
the nunie and for flit'nlxlilnir ft'i'lqulpiilnir l roKityln| the: 11111) nt.Contiilalnt nn.U .
nt Tallabasnee. MUfo vlll I.eopened from both IIuotlmas federal Chick Startena
and Order .
tiielnnfH'r, dexcrlliptl l ; S. J. 8crutK$. l Ifj S
-rt mild' liulldliiK or ImllillnirH ... '
.,jI, for.eluiiIve' use aa a pulillc: frco I llvlntr. ami If dead ..partlos, ..'IIII"1' dav or nt)Jar.Tnll"hn..". 129'rho e<>, Fl.t. on ll.ii-.l.therd isetMs /." troops in- Mexico, John Thomas nWot of us today.Florida '. S I'

t .trHool or ar-hoolN >% tthln Hiifd Kiiccliilfax Inti-rr-Hlii utitlor, ri. J. hf'ruirro.' tile itttlit tu releci 'ifl)' iiid ill M war veteran, is at the American .
H'h".1 l I IHnlrli-l N... 4. ( iNcioltCounty. i; or otherwInB In .the 'proptitv In tint Hill l bids., IA'irion home at Kl Paxo after
ihnt It ,I of I'omplnint I and lit-fplnafter, : deserib- a ,
Klorldn. and I. destra- S State Live Stuck Huilta'iv I. Ito,"" .1.
t.I"l uand to the ln that aald hondN tio lnHucd.: or other claimants under Anton K|>- - -- -' Thoimn, and Awcricun miner, was
I that nld l bond. Hhall bit d!' May 1. I I l.onaiKT. : 124 Khali Im of the di-iioiiiliintlon .., Hcillx-d prop. rljr. to-wlt: I I"l Is. hi-'nliy Klven that llin Itl.g- I Feed
< '1'00..11 each liumlx-rvil ronm.putHolvfrom I "itii Thirteen' (131.) Fourlcon 1141. 'hat....11.." Hi.t.ks nf Onci'ola\ Count t .I when they)' stormed a Ilritixh m ne in Stores
I 4 >no < ) > to one hundred (11111)1' Klftfon till) and Mxtet'il; (16).1) 1't..s'idit.. will I I be op.| n nt the office ofthe I.the jalisi'o.Guatjalajnra front in Mexico. .
I .*ilu-iualie. .11101 lioiid to beer Intercutttt S Flock Two IliKidrt-d hull Klirlity '< SupetvlHor of lfrlHtriitlon| at the HiTVttys that the rebels put him
1 the rate of &tt per cent PIT annum.i I 1JSO( ) of the Town of $t. c'ltiutl City ;.Moat Milc.'t. Klnnlniitice. .FlorIdji..
.*,.bl.l i afml-atinually. on the tut div I ..,$....01* t..runtv Florixla. .."(.."..lIn... 'on tit.utdH9'. ;March 3",1., 1K24. and will I in jail with (captured federal soldi T BROADWAY S S
cor May and on the (Out iliiy. of to tho fVntlnol* Land. ii".1 lim'ct-" 1 ..nlll",,* to remain I open, ......h we<*k .*a\. and tortued him with hot irons. The 0
....r. rcaperllvrly. In i>nch full N"'m-I every n>cnt "" "'I.ti 0)"'$ Iln".I".r"t.1 until: I I: nnd.I IticliKllntt I S.ilurday. May 3 Sid sears still showed when he applied at
I \f.r lurlnir the llfu of nnlil liiimlx.. The flat if lisa said Town nN-d. ami I from I 8 ::.1U A. M. to; 6:1111:,, P. M.Itonlatrntloii the .
tinnitft. nhnll mlilure I and btfoina p.i.viiLlA rooidt'1 lit '.t hp offli1" ut HIP l'lro.rknf books will also I li>< tiptiled ." 'I Legion hemp for help.Thoman .
all follow.R. to-wlt.: I tilt" ("lrrult (".."rl of tlHffi.l.i I 111 the varloiin, lireelncls thnniuli.uut . ; and two Luther .Americans
I lloiuU "iutnli..tcil, ini<' 10 I to ,lx (C) fnuntv, Stnt. of ritnl.l.t. on th.i.lint I the cot",ii t)' from Monday Mittti l: ; escaped to the Unite.i1) States with the TELEPHONE; US YOUR N EIS

Inrlunlvc p/iynlili./ May I, 1X2'!) I : day of Auifii..(. A. l>. ISinfl. In I \\II..II'1H24, to, nnd IncludlM* 1 Montl.iv.. I I aid of (
. Flat "Hook lilt. 11124.:! rltnIfrl.jiht conduc
11. :
I. lloiulM nuinlii>' < d in Ci-n 17)) to fourteen I'liit.'H a.1 and :31"You. I t'lin
InHulI" nnd taili. of 1 licit, b Any I I i'I., ft 1"or1ume tinnii It tors. rays .> of at
( I M) l %' 1"' 'Hh\ M.iv J. I !118 I. you. iiro ) tool
lt n ti lila Pill cii and resulted I tn .ipptnr' ontliQ ;I not "OW"". tho Iteulntnilum' l I Ho .l.Ktuny len .t ,one Ai".ritnn; who wni kU'sd' CALI UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)
(24)) lIlllllllb JtIflllll :.litl III! nf : fn t''li. A. l" 1'ISI ( RTIIU.1 1"/011"1..1'/ icbels.
NflnMT, I Hit' Uulcs In 'I,, \VALTnit: f \11 \oI1oI.! I htIl S
k4y J. Ii39.! I 1lonIa lad.liiTfd. vvnly-llvo. (2ii) tll'' to thf! 11111 of ('t milalnt| IlloU in till'* lii-3t- -- .- Supi.1lHtir....- .- - -or1'1'1111,11.-- -'" "Americans are about IB p pularruttlcKiiakt's as S SS
Ihlrty-He\en ( *7)) InclUHlse imynble: I'atiNO.vttno. .' with lhi> rebels." said
StInt U 1.1'11'11)I 1'III I \.
May I. 1044. I I \ .". the Ilnnf>rnli1i' > (". (P. .\ndrown TO TIIK CHKHITMIJSNH: KTOi'Kllt l ( ""bt'cauiie. Unile! Snm's in-
Honda niimtiorod I Ihh'ly-dlthl' (SSI) to nn .lii.ltri': of Ih,- nlo"\ <> (".....I. 11.1 'I'IS( nf the tt.u,ichiints. sIt l 1hOln9.
nfly-thrcu (liS) InduxUc I"I vibl<. Ma I )" I and tnv ,Ii"LI file urn P|lei'k 1 thfienf. ami. Hi.* eiH I Htnli: 4.I. 1 KlKBlminti I'M.MIn| 1"1. 1111" f"n'/. they cu'l it. in tlu-ir familyscrnj1.
J. 1O4. I official .real tli>>,'>".f. 'I thin 2Hh d.iy of all uliinn" It mione.. in NOTIC13 1H I bv lendilJ arms und munition"
I uonda; niimbereil. \ flit v-foul'. fi4l to i I IircfinlM r. A. 11. 1923.1 ; IICHI'.HV: IIIVKN: ; that ill.. Mel clmulHA to
: J ..."..'! y.tIir.e ITS) InflUKlvp. ",,)' (Ct. ('t. "S"al; II) : Parmem I Hank i>f KNslmincei. KinHltnuiee. ; 1 "The (Irt/on.
Mnyl. 1SH4. '' "hl.// J. I* oVRHStHKKT:' Clt-tk I Floi'Ida. I IK hi> the I pi,.OCCMN ttf :; 11'.1 i me a gringo,
,f llunilH numbered nevcntv-foiir Hv R M. llullook I it. I'. I lltiultlntlon f l nnd that therefoie all I I fi.dItom but I posed as a Grmnl and in that Eastjio Prepare _-1
to one hiindn-d (100)I Inclualve I'i IVIIil Kllllint STIC15U.I I loa|. \ |laI nr liilinlnir to have hllM I way Tht-y took of mv
< .. Mnv 1. IBSfl% i fiollcltorH for Complalnantu 4-J"tI jiicc'ounts. claims I ,ufrnltiftt I PIt iii I ) (8181t'1 81
11M IT 'Ij i' 'fIl'n: .HKSOM'HI'. : That me .hereby ""line.I t I.. ,priAent snmefiiild ,t.i I ') :( pesos, first.' the federal ,w.tHM.4
fr -
hi. reHoliitlon, lie entered upnn thureeofda I I----r: = Hank ftir payment '.11 !'h.* 9ilnv .1 troops arrested me while I was
I '**f the Hoard, or I'ulilla In* I :M>TI 1 (retting out of Mexico. All clothes
; trucllon of p..MIIC""I v. Florida. 1! 1 ) 'I.":, 1't' I"'II: \NTS: F.M.MIHS: : II\NIC "r my
1 .ltd that the name bo |iul>1.h'd, nneoa i'I.ii .tho Chcult Court for tho, "Fen, KlHKlmmee KlHSlmmee. Florid' wcto taken from Isle The l'I'ut1 left
$ ""I, ., h week for four conMteutlv. Mtekfl tpetith) Judicial. Circuit of Florida. In S 5 Hy 'I,' H. I KK.NV.A j me in an almost nako 1 ('an then
t In The Klrmtmmee Valley ilnxetto a and for Onoeola County. In Chancery. Its' Cashl.-r.;, the federals took what wu 1 '. **iew naper of general .'4'lrciilntlon nnh- lu'lira. 10. Fox, rt alComplainant; '" ,'.. JOHNSTON & OAHKIITT.. : .. .
I ,/ llahed In said. K II. lncrain .*t at. Jtsl"iliiI'itts.. KIsHlmmee 9111u1'I..t -I" "
Special! Tax School |1'1--| I.'lo'I.a I "
_._ .
I .Fnri'OloHurw ;;;
r. IrtrCl IS of 111 orlllIaNClI..lee of THE FLORIDA ,'ORANGESomccr.c (
t I :, t I *..*.....1' 11 ml A.iiti'd tlllM 7tl ill)' of MnM.T'n Half; Notice In hereby leh','" I : : -
,.'7 K.'hruary. flU hy I h.' undvriiliriiail." an imperial' Ma..ltr M 1TIOV : 11111 IIIS
f i II. if. I ATZ. flmlrni..!!. I I heretofore appointed lo curry, out tho I I'nder, p,..t h)' fri ". .of I the powerventetl l.nt- .j..iJ, "In florida you CRE.* ,
:, I. Hoard. of I'ulillo Intrurtl. ..i>. I tliflN I of th<> float decree therein *nitercd In U,". we. the undersign, tl'j drink an oruhgi. while: in Cilifo na; *
t/i' .-Allot: diecola. i on lie 3t",th day of AU hereby nnnounce, "r..lnl.I tind, eat ." '
iy County, Florida. ""I. Ai I' you al' And lies
I I that in election I I I I I, hertin
lInn. (lust ( i'! 4iilil l at the
; n. YOWKI' ., nuinuant to the tei' nf : ; I .RolledOatsJIILJI
1 t 1'1, Secy.11KSOUITIOV inn i the
Cltv Hall the
:. mild linn! 11..1'...> I shall titter for ftnl" In the City :, KliotliniH.-e great reason for superiority:
I. : ? !andll tho InlxirrKtn .>f Bald H.o".I.! low Klorlda tlurinir the Ictral, .., uf \ "it- of our wonderful fluit. Columbia!
I on tIle 29th day of March. A. I>.
\' --- fiitil HH said lutert'il 'iipi, ,>"'tr.."l at the 1024' for the purpose of ccctlnir! I University hea
.J. 'IIFUi'\K: the bonid of 1'ul.lli. Tn.tructlon date above of th. m.wtWI\Ke foreclosed 1 |In tin Cltv CiimmtsHioner of I h. ('55 y of f K.Bslmmue .\ Ii- fruits with the Florida ; and aivIijcoo1zedat liii
I of OMcrola rtylfd paiiao. to-wlt. I 0 ant
Oountv. Klorldn.iavn the .
to for .
serve three 1
I if thus day paaaed and adoptti. a 'day of Aua-".... .\. 1\ 1921. or at any ginning on the first Tiif-..da>'yeais In At.ill.bej j those who know itt ()ualitii'. best U
,.1" Certain rf-a.i1utlon ,''wberoln it IJ"I..r.1,I itlnie, thereafterIn the following t that a petition. ha." been.;filari' \", ,, f "n.I.( I i I Korlhnl '"property1 .:.;iIotiAtrd ,'tn :'l'i'.ll .'I' ,I prIU"n .. I ; ; : ': Jt, known
; Hoanl.I 'lirnedby! mor" thnii- Twimv;:.:'!\('iisiIt1'' : " *|*.l \1..t'Thriiii8tn\\ J tI. ". . I tq'heJjuic 'bf thJo'anl'af process. It is so casg RolkdlM Oats
'ffvp'.4aB%. ) IMfe. 'it 'of.lh '.1iOf) rIIiI1.I...,1!f HlocHjfJV'. ;; ; ,.f"3\ litlSi\' ni oI:<' % YNfjaI: "!,';* S I .'fI...l eU-ctoia J'tlAldloI'.J""hlll\, ; p' lIo"L 11:" hfl I'II Wfl'I: t' l1piil"in mill '\ l4stinLtl tettnd i ,l of its k

." ."' ...,pfoCl'hnol i I>latrlcttNuifg4 ftrAal.1( ]..Florl.1 I I lit\i." t. ( most dbttetom.ach'which't ninny foyotdim
... Count y ft Fiitlrlnff lorldii for* I lif nu nioaV,)nf%o !ph..ln!': ..II. I'h f" .IIltlh@1 ._-. l I. nd I tt | ** ->.
: << ,' buflillnit$ N.I..ltlnK. S' 'South h W'I$II ''.?''.',- sit I.. _I .. Ilse.foor: will 'retain
I Inft or othui'wtft. lnitrovliiH, : hulldlllle' \Voft of .j.olnt 1140 chaIns 1istof: J ; \ to"..onditc.f ictf i-i 10.f. .. ornnpe juice fol.v by. milk or mixed :
'I. ",,11 ai'lfool' irroundn for lh.* ,.xrlu ci lvf' Iho Northwest corner of I..>i. Thrt" Ml. SI tI'\\r I l'S'; $ \VIIKIinttF.. I I we bat's I with milk the poiple rc""v''
S.. .'11 CIaO of (I...' |,1.11. frm. arhooln. within, I iltiveriinit nt Purvoy; lit Sect hin Tw.n- I. ,,0 out li-ntd* ". ''t\I (' .Ill knew "
the anld Spi'dal; Tnx H'Haol Ulstrl'tfurnlAh t\-t\v i TnwtiHhlp' Twonty-IHt' !of"th., I, i. --ion.. TH nf I the ("'It ..I f )1"ml"1; what t the, iuice of the Florida
Jul11S Itanirp, Twi-nty-nhK( ] KIIHI. run ,Ilixt; t" .in.l, t .nitti.d thi ". ,il of)Hild" ) orilng.1 would do for their }h"nlth
IY&11I1F.8; In mild. "icnolutlon\ It fin,'- low water Ins I k In I..ik.. Tiihi'lioknllt'a.. I i..,'n ..irolr tifilM .,. itt.'ut..1, l bv tli... City I thc/usand> would have cleaner b"nins In 11 raMr.1POLTAXNOTICE
'., ther return to point of 'lift Inhlnu' Maliatir, this Jlwt dnof I-.l t.. u" \ .\ package
appenia that boniln of 1 OIl
.ild l ii S
J H4rlrt l i. live / anil nobler
H'3I lives.
In 4h- aum of IIOH.Oiin.ou Noriht'nnti'rly alone xniilh ulilo nf : V S III.Hiil.' ": ant higher How
arc li'iulrcd
Itallroad rlA'hI ..r . ,\I. Ft MayorComiil'vu'onerV hotter it i.s to abstain
for the puriioHea' net forth In wav (fir > Humlr. l Maid' Twenttlvp a21\1 ft-rl ; Kant tn I..k'J'nh..I.altA' /" 'I ot'OITNX. 11. \ PKltSiNS.; for few
petition and aald reHoltition and ('I 10. ; '' Cltv I',uin in Isui.u..rII I a meals aivj cleanse the system
1I I P further flxiahe: ratn of Interi.Bt. to In S' n: thenci" aUuitr \/1'/ by taking .
of Lake M K.\TSCCity orange juice nether .
',I )il paid thereon and the) time when tlnkprincipal Tnhop.l' line' J1ri..t run Said lam Coni I1 and Inlereat of Hiiiil boittldxwnul bins .1110111( all by usa
.i I} 1.1 l become ilu. *. HIM! pa 3II i iJ I II' lion Twenty-two 122): !) iff. i'Itof KlDHlmniee I 11 -fitANNOl'NCKMKNTS t I I1 II of powerful cathartics. an/I. ,mtnit-. .
Lf IL *.VV, TltI HIr.' OHN.: It la ord<.red1.S! Twenfy-flvo (!5) South. ItnnKi' Twentvnlrin I' medicines of varioux kinds. .r
t LI:' that nn election be held on fhI !.tIi, 31) Knot AI,.HO: All of ----- -.- I
& I! lay of March .\. II. IV24 to det"rnilnMbrther >> ,. 1110.k'"I." and I lI'o..kI"' : of I llt-nrv A !, I ---1 During twenty years of experience
j r or not there ohall be IKHUXI! lnth'H'' 1I" I h.. Town ..f IULI'rlcAL I with u cettain, people whose diet con.

I'Ii .. l.y' Bald I tJI.lrlct honda In the xum ...f1100.tH".OO .KiKHlmniPev..;... || 'Kloilfla.. Slid natit'i i ; KisircJ of fruit iui.. *. I
r L- ..* provided l lit tinld resolution 'iir on the Sl'tl day of !II roll. A. n _. vegctubloH, and i
r for the purpime therein ..<>' HI24 to-ulf; on tt,.. Mule iiv In milk Dr. McCarrint I of the British j i
S j forth, hi which fluctloii only thn <1"Ivlualined Man'h. h..lw..n" the "leicnl, I h.III1'f/ ""I... FOR RIEIU.. armv fount,! thit not one cute of '
I. 4 .. elector of said Speclnl, Taxtvhool In front of tlio I Court llonit I > flour Iv'lnKlniniois At tho my fiioiuU I pcndicitis or stomach ulcer np j

I \ Ulatrlct who. are freelioldi-r ,.1..1.1.. e Thn I I'rnl a or milo to have dccitled to enter. th Florida developed. I
dIsh, with the l'uce.l1rherit people should know
p shall vole. The paId election shall requirement of )>a)*> : more
I, In the tore loom l.etwe.qi I'at-M"lieM > im rlck' Llnrber hop and II'. City Meat seems I Icpt at Hit* time of ( r. !) of the Democratic primary. and their children.
| thl'I' i ii the
k I
1I Market In Klaalnimep... Florida. In petit& (Tilt Ilin of .hl.III.l | IHirrhancr to "tIn V 'h"l If elected J pledge myself) to use I
'llItrl..t. nnd the pollM Hlioll tl'-eil,' ThlH the tut. .Iu,' of February my proutest food value in the to
at K.A'rlock
open liestntlenvorR .worl
a. m, and abnll clone at aim I I II. 1924. JOHN R' (-\IKU? I to enorc. al the laws. day for the money and IK best
4own. K. U. Vana Avnew J.)hn MeI'hatter Special blunter In Chnne.,,,.,,'. I solicit the support of voterg of medicine also. Let have In
UK order
:- and II. C. Stanford ore JOUVSTON: A II \ II II Jo'fT. Osec-ola Count '. J. M. r an Or. -to qualify to
np- )
KlMHlmmep I zing Day that
.......t..d Inapertora for paId lection. Floi' StTI. on day proclaim
1 '
-, I IT IR. KITRTHKIl OJtlKiKI> Hint I I Ithla .( ft>r Cuinplaliiaiitn.; .!I R-4t : -.-,..- sty Cloud. the virtues of this wonderful fruit..
order for flection Khali be --u _. 1 -- ----- -- ----- 'California did '
pnl- -- -- I I that with its raio'nj.' -

w llahed Iliazitte once weeka. each In The week Klaalnimen fur four S'al-HIICceonlve I I In'Clrcult Mi'cult, of Court the Ht". for 1.; of the 1"1..101"17lh u .Judicial in I .nil, FOR--SIIE1MFFSubject Glenn G. Smith in Clcnrwater Sun. : in the City election to beheld

a newapaper puhllHhed In ii to -
fur ONCeolii '. piiniary June rd. Thee
) Ja ip.p I II I" -
BCIsalmrnee i'I
Klorlda.. and helnif a .r. : I
S paper of general clrculnllon publlnh.newa* {1 ,plaintiff \ \VIIlnni) < !. Kennev...- hr 'eby announce thyself for GIVES REASONS 'li1CITRUS I

I awl. In *.aId special Tax School Dlatrlct. I I I :Notice 1..I"nl.lh"hm"1, of Sale. dnnifurc's, " of O ce6la County. If S'tlney: J.Sh'r'f! TRADEMARKS ( BE: USED on March 29th
'ro1 '* \\ 10I'r\ ; SIOlLf poll
IT 18 KUUTIIKH OH.HF.U. Ihallh.. i IS nominated for
L | :M\Y CO.VCKHN: Notlt .. In Governor Thee ,
(hlrman heret.Ywbv.4'fl : (I Conllnuix
and Secretary of this I from
Hoard by. the .. ,1 want to he I'nift Seven)
Sheriff if
I ,do Ivaue and puhllah a notice of aald < 1'.1".1. as SherllT of not, Ticu wilst ear n1 "
..!_Ion In accordance wIth thla n..... OHceolft County. l l"lortla.. that pursuant resign. Thee hunt no time to prowl I I fop delivery tho n'xt'k! .'
latloB) and order and the Laws uf the I to a writ of execution, tanned. f In the around the County ( can foresee that all the troubles taxes must be
Ulate of Klorlda.IXNR above CUUHC. I did. In Oaceoln. County.' :, pleading claims and dissati Florldn
I > on the 26th davof persuading and lieing. other
ANI> OHDRRKD thla Ill day.... 19:4. .Tnnunrv a op have "wlth other unbranded
: .f February, A. I). 114.H. jwrlt I nf levy upoli i and take, under until: ponents to fret voteii. Thee makes nopromlfiesofor ties cimmodi-
M. KATZ. execution, the Interest ofVI1- lessening materially the net returns 5
Hoard of 1'ublle Phnlrman.Inatruetioii J I 1 Jllani I rollo11I1I'Q. K'n 11C9'. I Ihe de fei.tu ni. I In the. I he hypocrite the beneft of would- to growers and at the same before Saturday March 5
flmcilbed ,, to lion
property' Refcr.
A tent: Oaceola -wit.If.t time S
County Florida iucnuKed ,
S I 0 of Block\ :! Thomas burden on the
21. iiccordinw I to W. I
.5 $C: E. YOWISI.U Secy.OK i Plat of the aubdlvlalon of KlnHlmmi-e I the of lardwi..k, Former Governor buyers; Jjtbcr than trndc-murk adver- S .

CS ,. I, Park Oareola. \' talta. Ga., Hon.; tixinir would
.uullty Florida bo
_OT..M JoI.I''TIO' %IIIP"f'I' and 'a long back .
,1'.01'.1..1 In the Public n..rd..1 I Congre81ma1. W. l.arM.n, Dublin, j I step 1st.
I > ward. -
( ''001. DINTMI4rVUAJTf. O. 4. f'I'OL.' scrola I Mr. flirt said further. _
. Kt.OltlHA.MOTICB .. C."I)'. .".I..ldlIn Plut Hool I Ga.; Hon. H. C. Hammond Augusta, Hoover Mr.
st l'AR'P.4I : and also tho following. Ga., and lion R. N. and Mr. Dall.on ideally rep-
la personal (he property! of lardlmnnn. S resent the value of trade-marks.
S hereby given that an William O. Ga: After I'I I
, Kinney, the UiIVit. a
defendant. have
election will be to- 1a"ch
'. Held In the store I wit: 2 work boraea I' never seen either one of them .
and harncHa I platform- obtained I .5
.. room between I'rftrlck'a llarber Shop ; I| but would have C. L. '
'S ....d. the City Meat Market In Kiailmme ;, warn: 1 mowincr machine' ; I al filling stations, Drug Stores and '; confidence in BANDY
hay rake I -
i( : plow 1 statement
: harrow any to
In Uaceola an.lliot of which I ,
S County Florida. the Offices in said their
tools and farm Implements. county, "t
ame belnv In Special I Tax located on I i names signed. The S
School I)1.l
I I.rl..I [Ith. N\V4! of the Yours atandarl'ot their
the :
No.4. on the Itth day of MarchA. :I, K'A of I 'Respe.tvey. I ideals has been
.. . l>. 19J4. to determine. whether or the NKVi of the XWU .ut Section 21.; Joseph Glaze, | high. let known" t-> be : Tax I
Townahlp 211 Inconsistent Collector
South Ha nit* 19 Knut .
.: i not there shall he laaued by until Ula ,i, Tullahnaaee meridian. I will March ofi Kenanxvcille, Fin the in it may astern, ,
trlct bond. In the of lloo.oou.UO very came lusjne5
.um --
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,,3rd. A. I'JI2'. between --- --- - -- S w-in
S the legal --
for tke purpose of aicgulrlnv ground...!: hours I sometimes ,
: of pate. before. the depreciate Ihe value
t' Court Housednor FOR SHERIFF of *
the construction .ot a bulldlnx :
..> . thereon and e for furnlnhlnif orulldlnirs. st Klualmmee. Osoeola County, Klorlda. I|' trade-mak, are the men who ave most I
l I i" offer for sale. and sell the Interest of To the voter of .willing to the
suxl ennlpplnir Maid bulldlnir build >'old defendant In above. Osceoln County: pay top for one:
in Km for exclusive use .. a public free property to the T bo candidate The names of frlre'
hlKheat a for
., I- and heat bidder for casH there hal Sheriff to lovef are ,
iiehool or achools within saul -
I Ulatrlct. for This the 28th day.tit myself in the June trade-mark? T ._ _
Only the duly qualified electors of ...loJ 1). .124. Jrtnunry, A. suc"f rri-nary. rights and whith they owe. a'l .
S :: t District who are free-holders shall bn Sheriff Oapenln U R. FAHMKK. th.nkloU 1..1 your support in the titles 'just B Cal'fonva:
entitled to vote. The said bonds shall County. Florida. past growers own 'Sunkist'
-lit Hy Robt.' your vote and Florid .
S. M .-lated afar 1, 1914. shall be of the Campbell II). H. and assistance in apnrerate own 'Sealdsweei 'J.
' S .Mlee.oinlnatlon. I1000.0U _*,h.. ah..UP S /rowel and both of -

.- :. >- Interest at the rate of 2% per :. .OTlfJl'1'' I -_ .- L. R FARMER. been made great in the Tb Y.psC' :
.. mind of
rmrt peP annum payable .ml.annual4"r. Take notice that I will S the people by ,
S. . ._ the 1st Jays. of May and Novem-. 1.a.. or ... soon thereafter. on na March I 11'1 FOR ,PERVISOR OF RE ISTRA. and publicity.: If the adve.tialnl : '

.vlMnr.respectively,. _haM matUre and. become of each year, ,end heard apply"for a pardon for may R. M. j .T10N. article of those apech. I .5,.,. mnJ CA. ] I licensed Director
S. due,and pay Montodeoca who antemen funerl
convicted of RoH-I -
I taken b
S S .bleM follewa. to-wlt lI..r an .
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: I hery at the .- of the Osoeola We are authorized a ,---
Hmoe numbered One' S county eireuttcourt'in you may be $ ;
sure I
Itllt, .
anyone name of H. N. IVratton they would} -retain l'. :
4 t"o
I.y<. ftayabU May 1, un.-, I doelrlnar mar then he heard on the as a cantlidate the trademark Sttwart "".. 1.4
lletula irambered. Seven. 414), Inclusive, pay bl. May 1 I rat n'mon r"ten-iv cdvprtising
: .. c. ironoEs. to the tlon'of LKissIuii.. Hi1jrads
J' ':. 15 '"'. S ',1/g_ tJ"-Ie Attorney tor -Petitioner.$ aubje primary./;0./ .the, thereof Industry a the salvation. of the, citrus I ArnbulaujrnjsI" ,Call .i

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E. E. Keever of Lebanon Ohio, '
age ,62 years, died' at the' home of Seeking to remove the taint of' The meeting at the,club house n
Mrs. Saunders on Park street, on charity from funds for the relief of I the tourist camp oirTuesday evennr YOWr.L-DREWCO.
TO''THE Thursday evening, February 14 His former World war soldiers, the Ken- was attended by more than a hJndreltourists
remains were taken to the undertake nedypost of the American Legion and business men o. ne cit '
ing rooms of J. W. Thompson, where has memorialized the Board of Alder- Words 'of greeting+were given by rep
Business ,University of It was, prepared' for shipment. to' his men to place administration of the re.entatives of different states, and O
home in Ohio. F. C. Bryan welcomed the tourists

Tampa Mr. Keever's death was ,caved' by tion local of military a veteran.relief It fund is contended under'direl by:. beha f of li.sll.m.e. Rev. Water B Orlal\lo:o't' Store -:"Quality Did If \ \
\ an attack of acute Indigestion. He the veteranVtliat while disbursementsof Knight, pastor of the F.rst f \ : -
\ was a member'of the, Croquet and church gave numerous renal vs a -
business train. has been it ,is
for an accurate Horreshoe Club and had been spending money satisfactory, talks which provoked much laughtsrT
Our, enviable reputationfor his"winters In this city. for several not primarily intended as a charitable These meetings are held on Tuesday .
Ing. years. fund and should be handled by a and Thursday' evnings,. and tale
accuracy creates a greater veteran equipped with definite information public ,is invited to'attend ,- ..
regarding the cases., Manyveterans SPRING STYLESThat : "'
than wecan .
demand for graduates the RESOLUTION"Whereas
Whereas, It has pleased the Almighty legion post eh.rceaI
fill. Suitable boarding procured In his Inflnata, wisdom to remove -I\ refrained from applying for aid
from our midst our Jtelov-d. because their names must go on She it has pleased the Almighty Charm Madame and Mademoiselle
Your comfort and wet. Jn his inflnate wisdom to '
: -
friend E. E. Keever whose earthly city's records as receiving charity / .
fare are paramount. existence ha. been cut off by his untimely The post has also asked eons'deratlon from 'our midst our b loved feminine than in ,
death and of a measure which will prohibit friend and fellow member, L. E. Ma- Never was femininity more

COMEI Whereas That; though we shall be non-resident veterans organizations han off whose", by his earthly untimely existence. death has andWhereas "ee.tcut the mannish simplicity of tailored suit or'dress-so ;
unable to shake him by the hand and from solicitation of funds from citizens ; in those
desirable for
I that though we shall 1+e Spring-unless, perhaps
hear referring to "fake"veteians'
again his voice particularly
yet wo unable to shake him the hand si d
by frocks that' share the style
know and are assured that he has publications.IT to hear again his friendly voice yet lightly graceful new -. -
gone to dwell In that land where he with the tailored mode.
ISN'T YOUR TOWN IT'S' YOU we know and are assured that he has honors
will reap his just reward; and gone to dwell in that land w,' ere he
Whereas, He was a member of the If you want to live in the kind of 'a will reap his just reward; and
Croquet and Horseshoe Club of K svfmmee town Whereas he was a me b r nt *h*
Florida and beloved Millinery Has Scored a Triumph In
was a Croquet and Horseshoe Club of Kissimmee
Like the kind of a town you like,
friend and companion of Its members, You needn't slip .your clothes. .in aAndy Florida and was.a belovedfriend Hats for Matron and Small Women .
and of all its
andResolved companion members -
i .
: By the members of th. start : and be it ,
Club that this resolution be printed on A long long hike.,'" I Resolved! by the members of the Our patrons have long since learned that there

In copies The aunt Kissimmee tn bin Valley friends Gtzettt In Ohio.. and You'll only find what you left behind.! i handed club that to a 'copy the of bereaved this resoljton children be, is i a Hat for every type, and come to us for it. Wet

MEMBERS HORSESHOE CLUB. For there's nothing that's really printed in The Kissimmee Valley Ga are confident of Driving them correctness and becomingness -
Kissimmee. Florida new, zette and copies sent to his friendsin *"*
February 17, 1924. It's a knock at yourself when you In the Holland Hats '
Lincoln, Nebraska. (Signed:) t

/ Im111 \ OBITUARY It knock isn't your your town town!" -it's' you. Members. and of Horseshoe the Croquet Club. Modest in color, simple in line, and smartly

Kissimmee, Florida, I_ trimmed, make them a most ,desirable and soughtfor
Georgia Carroll belovrd wife of M.M. Real towns are .not made by men February 20, 1924.OBITUARY'..
McClain died at her home ten afraid head covering for the women of conservativetaste.

miles southwest .of Lou hm.n, last Lest somebody else get 'ahead, ,Purple, black and navy are favored colors.
Saturday, age 43 years. When everyone works and nobody
Her husband and four children survive shirks, Priced $9.50 to $22.50 '
L. E. Mahan died at his home on
plllll B.h.r.Fralick Mrs, Georgia John Woodward Elizabeth Mrs.P. age. You,can raise a town; ,from the dead. Main street Tuesday morning at 7:30 ,? _. __ ?_ _? . __ j __ v

nine years and Youngr. age six years. And If. while. you make your. personal o'clock. He was 76 year of age at '
The bereaved children and 'father the time of his death and had been a The Spring Frock
stake, ,
winter resident of Kissimmee for aev.eral ,
have the, symoathy of the entire
community Your neighbor makes too
Follows Modes
in their bereavement. years It was largely throughhis I' Delightful ,
Your town will be what you want to
efforts that a Croquet and Horseshoe
Rev. R. 'D. Walker minister of ,
R Christ's church here I conducted the It see isn't, your town-It's YOU. play sometime ground, Mr.was Mahan made has possible.For beenin Frocks that blo min the Spring choose' many '

funeral service at Roe Hill cemetery ,_Exchange. health., survivedby shades and fabrics for time
under the direction of "J. W. Thompson declining He is styles, any day occasion.,
a son, R. L. Mahan, two daughters! ,
funeral director.
Mrs. Anna Abbott and Mrs. C. E.Passwater Sports Frocks, Street Dresses'and Afternoon 4

T1 .. DOG TAG NOTICE of were this in city.charge Funeral of J. arrangements W- Dresses, in a wealth of. charming styles, beautifully

Notice is hereby given that dogs e' Thompson and his remains were beaded, and following the vogue for tiny buttons or

found running at large, without: tars, shipped on Wednesday to Lincoln, gold thread, embroideries and laces.In 4
will be imporndcd and shot if .not Nebraska..
redeemed within 24 hours Tars ctn the "new Sprint shades of Powder Blue, Almond -

Silvertown means- e be*nat secured Ki worn from bv the the city dons clerk when", and on ORANGE BLOSSOM LODGE No. 80 WATERMELON. PLANTING Green, the modish Black and White and al- .
highest quality, low the streets. C. H. nRIGCJEnS: V. & A. M. TIME HERE; SOME HINTS ways popular Tans and Browns. s
I Meets First and Third Monday Evenings !- .
11-St Chief of PoliceWhy '
cost, long service, each month...Worshipful Fraternity Master Ha'l. plant It ,is watermelons.time to plant,A or few to farmers plan tB Plain and Printed Crepes, Rosh'anara, Georgette to
3. L. Overatrpet.
-and finallyTremendous W. I.. Bullock-------------Secretary already have their seed in the ground.1) Satin and, Fantasi. In sizes from 16 to 48.
Members: requested to be present and From the Ocala vicinity ,,s,uth, tho .
satis _, Visiting Brothers welcome. commercial crop should be planted Prices $25.00 to $100.00

faction. . about February 10. Thirty ml es ..
north it Is perhaps safer to plant -
i about March 1. Coats and Capes IndispensableFor
Goodrich Follow the first, planting by one or ;
two others, about a week' or two bia. For a Spring WrapWhether ,
do tween each. Then, if frost gets the '
iilvertown r. first\ the'second or third will come
vegetablesdiffer in, to advantage. Early' melons are in the North: South, East or West, a

I. O. 0.> tht melons that br'ng the most n (\n' wrap is quite a necessity and adds smartness to the
CORD paceolaLtodlle No. 74. I. O. O. F. t out-door costume.% "' 7...
meets every Friday evening tt Fra- land Jmoud! already be t
from fruit? ternity Hall..' broken deeply. New land is preferred.And i Capes are particularly'Attractive and becoming\ i
1 O. H. Ifammack---.---Noble Grand it is advisable not to plant this
Milton Pledger _i__.,._.-. Secretary crop on the same land two years in I to the slimness of the feminine, figure. Roshanara,

1y Par Visiting; Brothers are Welcome.O. years succession between; there the should five or six Crepe, Twills and, Novelty Fabrics rank high. 1..

Fertilizing has much to d> with For Coats, straight and flare models follow

watermelon use from production.400 to 600 Many pounds growers of n- I unbelted effects in three-quarter 'and full Jengths.Prices'begin the'i

high-grade fertilizer to the acre. If i

'! the land from thin 800 this to should 1000 increased <. ,!" f : at _$12.50 and go to $100.00., '; f ::,

',I., .' thereabouts Lay oft the) Work in 10-by-10 in the fertilizer (or '::41f.; ,The Tailored Suit .',' *VV;\ :, '&&i_ r

arourd where the. seed wit be "
!;I( J\; E. S. planted. Plant the seed about an : The Foundation for the Spring WardrobeIn
vegetables Inch or an inch and a half deep, six ,
because, in general,
Kissimmee Chapter No 62, Order
(radishes) are, or grow on, plants Eastern Star meets Second and or Two eight factors seed to the accoid hill.' to A. P. : mannishly ,trim and boyishly charming, in ;

that die after yielding plants. once.that Fruit keep Fourth 'Thursday evenings at Frater; Spencer, vice-director of ng the Florida: '?" plain tailored suit and dressier' box effects, with al-
apples on
( grow after Each of pity Hsll. agricultural extension ,dvislon! fig > short or medium length coat'and.clo e.fitting ,
yielding year year. Mrs. M. Katz..___.._Worthy Matron. in melons ways
E. V. ,Fox the following Miss Elizabeth Donegan...Secretary ure successfully.imnortantly One is I growing production the skirts. .
to be
Members are requested present '
2 Land,," and 'visitors cordially invited. other is marketing. As good a cropas There twills hair line '
obert. Filling Station possible should be produced just as are stripes, sports weaves' ,

differs,from the others in action, yet early as possible. Then make the melons i and fibre silk fabrics. '
as attractive as they can bs made -

all Pnreteat are" effective Epsom pure Salt and-safe.An epsom I I. Neid's Healing Baths so bring they the will most attract money.To .the buyer and t A Suit for all figures $19.50 to $85.00. W> '. .

is to take.Purctent X
salt at last that easy '
keep the dice: se known an an-
Mineral Oil. Russian TypeA recommended for' rheumit'sm .Ihracnose and sucking; insects (aph- .,. BLOUSES IN VOGUE : ,
gentle intestinal lubricant eczema, and all kinds of akin ids) in check may the vines. end ,f
Puretest Castor Oil-Positive in Also for stomach melons with birdca-'x mixture and f : Accompany the Two-Piece Suit. f
action and easy to give to,children. diseases. s Three of 200 Purctest preparations.. ; troubleFor bathe and miner advisable to spray before these troubles :
Woke '',Up Every item the best that skill and al water for drinking purposes, appear, for "a stitch in time *' The Tailored Suit worn with an overblouse or f

and conscience can produce. leave order at .614 Patrick St., saves nine." ;; shirt waist has made great strides. in ,the fashion t
.u ping 208. world this < f
or phone : season. .
all of .Play SPRAY '
'CHARLES NHD[ Owner'r READY FOR SCAB: EXPERT: Of bovish design and smart tailored effect's.Dressier ,

silks the skirt make desi abe.1! '. t
she 71k.'Gaft Drug Mart KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA The remedy scnb-in/egted;; citrus worn over a 1
h a: my' baby wa teething
[so fretful' I could hardly do 1 is spraying of bordeaux-o 1. These .costume., ;:s, 4
lax wlth.h.r.", writ* loll''. A. should be applied first, lust before h
own, Columbus. Oa. e ..t .o o ;;;;; oi ooooo a Po the first'' flush. of growth second Cottons $2.75 to $10.00. Silks $11.50 to 27.50. i t
tare her very madlcln advr. about the middle of the blooming
[for sick liablei but they didn't period and. third, two weeks after the

[her advised frcttlnir/Tecthlna and crying1.and after A BIG MEDICINE SALE second application. THE MAGIC OF SPRING .{
teond do. my file girl went i This remed" is recommended by E. '
.p and wok up laughing and F. D Bullk. citrus pathologist of the St'eps Into Footwear 'i'
1 play' Teathlna ha. given per. Florida College of Ag culture '
kvttsfaotlon at all times." Begins Saturday February 23 at and repeated experiment and tests Shoes the completion of the ,Costume. i f
ithtna contains' no opiate ordangerou. have proved it to be effective provided

)matlon of. the drug rum It, relieve reduce ,. i it is applied properly and at White is in the lead, and of course it' is to be ,
I o'Clock Sharp. time. 3-3-60 bordeaux
10 the The
|lndlKe.tlon. stomach paIn. and right t1 I
trouble It soothe the fret- should be used. To it ,,('d 1 percentof found here in the most comprehensive range of '..

Mid. Inducing rest, quiet and at some good oil emulsion In cede styles, for morning, afternoon and 'evening wear, '
Ihlnr1 sleep., Thousand of The, regular price is $1.80 each per bottle. A big 12-ounce bottle to aid in keeping down insect, pestson '
ful mother praise It to the' this big sale cut to only $1.00 each. Also to the first 10 people that the citrus: trees at the same timi. with 'any costume, we can correctly ,fit:you. i.

hlna la old by all draffs-tut... purchase one bottle at only $1.00 ,we will give free, one 6-lb. ,sack (V&For percent the ''second of oil.)spraying add only We are showing style shoes 'of Quality for all' s ..
id goo to the Moftett Lora- Self-Rising Flour. This Is a real chance. Come quick and '
tf fine
for packagefree send The fungus, which causes scab attacks occasions, ih White Kid, White Calf and White i
Columbus booklet 0&.0 about bable a get your free flour. If you'. can't come ,to qur new store, just only very young a<*d tender t's-' -
I us $1.00, and we will deliver you 'a $160 bottle saving, you 60 centi. 1 sues end even ,then a rbrl supply Rejgnskin., ,

r -,., any way. Act quick while this offer is good. of moisture is necessary before infection Our prices are moderate-from $7.00 to $12.50. ;
can actually take place. .
.external and internal, for the treatment of 1
Stewart's Hot Bath, leaves and shoots may become affected
issfmmee( ( timple and serious disease Rheumatism, rheumatic, Itch Eczema I from the time the growth puts . [ Laundry, Skin Diseases, Sores, Old Sores, Bad. Blood Indigestion Heart Burn, out until perhaos'three or four weeks Women's, Shoe, 'Section, -Main- Floor. -* '"
and fruit I is subte-t' Y'
later probably
Kidney and'.l3ladder Complaint Stewart's Hot Bath is highly rec ,
'sixweeksafter -
I' infection for month
tit a or
o i STEWART. .' AVENUE c.mmended"aiid guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction !jyour: : the, blossoms drops ... .' ,
PHONE- Ita money' back.. 'Send us-your,name and address and 11.00-that's,.all. I In groves whorec'trus' *c< f 'You only take 5 to IS, drops each day.. For real results, buy.'direct mnderately. serious, the first two applications "

y( J., LING, Proprietor, from, Manufacturer_ ,. and".....blC money,, Call I pt write:' ,', control., In should groves give where satisfactory scab Infec.I Style_ HeadquartersYOWELLDREW

)RK SHIRTS ,-__.__*10eUN Lions are" very'' light. 'one apnlieation
WHITE SHIRTS 120LARS HOT'BATHSXSTEM; I Iof the bordeauxoil, from seven to CO. Orlando
STEWARTS, ten day after. from a third to a half .
[. ,' .....:....__* -3kSONABLE ,
of the petals are off'should give very
the disease
PRICES yon; I good, commercial control of

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THE HART MEMORIAL. -----' YOUNG YoungWoman's WOMAN'S AUXILIARY Auxiliary of CLOSE TONICWI'rrnnllnapd ?' Will )
,JIN SOCIETY'S REALM]) "Wo may build more habitations the First Baptist church held I its r.-g' | -from-fmiff' One) J l

meeting on Tuesday evening Ev'en Huxley .
ulnr business the Bible as literature. '
We may fill our rooms with "painting February 12, at which time the agnostic, made a plea for tha [
BIRTHDAY t and 'sculpture new members were enrcl ed. |< liible to bo read in schools' and colleges -
REMEMBRANCEMadame But we cannot Quite a lot of Interest i i. being I shown f "because of its depth' of .

Johnna Ringle, moher: of Buy with gold the old associations" in this organization at the "present.. thought, splendor of- phrase, and t t your ,car and put it Into perfect(
think of the quaint: little of alms is to help increase be said
Mr. O. P Taw the Thus do we One our 'bl'l htneBs of history/
J of beautiful remembrances happy recipient Chapter II ou sl!. As the year 3by the'building fund for the building of I j' Continuing Dr. Tupper ssid, "In I condition, 'at moderate cost Ant;
t many
t, last Friday, February 15 her her narrow walls. seem to cont'act: the parsonage i'j the second place, see how the Bible r ,! expert auto mechanics
w eighty-first bnthdl Plub,bly the almost, and there are many evidencesof Allen Wines has very generously j(calls 'into existence thousands and understand
,\ r piece de resistance was y. the wonderful the ravages of time. Yet this donated to the -Baptist church a carload I|I, thousands of the world's best books. t+ all cars and are skilled U

t .t: a bfrthday-cake! from Mrs. G. J.... Kribbs, splendidly located lot and those golden l- of wood, the receipts from lame ;!' Bacon, independent as a writer,
then there were many ,other choice rooms with -their old associations to be added to our fund. We have a refers! to the Bible net infrequently. .I making all kinds I of repair,
f often forth remarks of the possibilities membership of There its 'ReiCross'
; tokens besides exquisite flowers from bring thirtr-one. Spencer's 'Fairy Queen' gets :
'. 1 a gorgeousLa ket of to smaller of erecting an imposing no age' limit!: who IS// Knight'' from Paul's .letter to simple or complicated.: If In "
roses ; embodying1' the lute social willing 'work for a good cause Messiah is
: clusters and of tender blossoms building, the Enhosians.) Pope's
I' call
nosegays and
doubt, consult :
therein have been invited .t.o We have ftsJ
oil expressive of the love and center. The looks cordially join. from Iiaih. Byron's Odo to Dirk ...--p---;
esteem'in which Mexdamo Ringle and culled until there '//are not many, but business and one social meeting each ness' to Jeremiah; Word worth's 'Ode I Ito

l'' Mrs. Taw are held In this community. that the passersby do "evidenced" to.roBt month.. The officers of the organization 1 Immortality' from First Corrln- MONROE THOMAS GARAGE I

.. -to icad-to play is by are as follows; it Mans. Hall Cain's 'DN'mslprs'trom
MRS. IfARRYliALH I I I the following' enrollment frqm- Feb Miss\ Nellie Bowen, president; Mix 'the xtory of the prodigal; Bunyan's 18 EMMETTX STREET j
,, HOSTESS AT BRIDGE ; .1!Iruary, 1 to 18: Sara Knight;; vice-president; Eliza J ) (Pilgrim's Prop-res*' came meet( from :,
Mrs. Harry )Dale entertained the Mrs. John Fry .and Mrs. J. II. 1'etlr Waung, secretary; Mrs. A, D I. i the Bible. In Tennyson's Memoriain PHONE 47 RESIDENCE PHONE 71

Wednesday Bridge Club at the II.' N. Rader, Kenton, 0; Dr. Jennie' li, Weeks, treasurer. j, we find over 100 Bible senti- .... .f
Makinson home I'rentiss. and Mark K. Prentiss, Stcubcnvillc John
on Broadway, this: lilt or refi'renres} while Ris-
0 1'urth Floyd, New Castle! "ALICE, THROUGH THE POSTALCARD" -'i
': week. The attractive parlors were ; kin goes to the Bible over :.1.000 times -
/ J>eautLfu'Iv'') 'decorated with Kad'anco I"d.; Mrs Bird Hurd. Johnt3I'a.; ; I j, ;to 1 his work on 'Art unl Literature.' .... .-- .(
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,, roses. There were four tables for. W. L. Saul paugh. New York City; The missionary-I t-pageant"Alice- There; IK a remarkable correspondence; -. :

i IrrWge and a suggestion of Wa hnsrton' : Louise Camack Athens On.; h. W. through.the Pofclal Lid) ly I An t.t between Alfrnr.d; Mccboth. .T zebell : HELLO! HELLO! FRIENDS. AND CUSTOMERS! .
HoI, Port Washington N. y.: N. .
birthday In the \'lt'kt la- .
appeared Ttmrbcth Jeremiah's
a pretty H. I'Vrris, will be: put on by tho J in- land lady *
flag tallies and other decirfltlon ,C. SHiophill, Woodland!, Mich.; Mrfend \ lor Endenvorerg: of both the Pre byterliinund iiK'iit over fatUji .1 crus'!11'111 -and By- '
'Airs. I.. W. Harris"", Butler, N. J.; .the fall of Rome. JUST UNLOADING THE BEST TIMOTHY
; >n'n "Un'ont over :
lion \ Christian churche* !! ii : HAY .
: Butler N. J. Mr .
Miss *,
Mary ;
Shpp; in
Tint O' tih-mter! when
\ Pearl ) iHsistc 1 hy,Turns wrote !
; sion the players holding! higH an-low M. A. Hail,.-Birmingham! Ala.; Mta Mrs.John } "MisKcs\ Miss! Fdth: Miller Holjoway.and Theta Phay, :I mood <>f frevolily. even thrush! of'istivnothj I HAVE SEEN IN A LONG TIME AND THE .
ncore were given appropriate prise Nannie Fnrily( Spinal, Texas; will ba' ( 'but )I'is' -'(eott r's SaturdayNight''wug
is jiiectkicr it. This ;
in which S Clarke, Naples, Me.; 'Mtn.Rufus : unloaded
i wore displayed wither a lit. given Friday, Fi-brtfary 2.9, at; 70P ; written! in a spirit of da-: a car of ,

,- crnry To turn' In Mrs. Dale's bestowal. ,C.Kissimmee Nash. Chicago Mrs.; Grace P. C.lit Mo-ofMycra > m.-at the Christian church, vast and rclijriuus l mood. I Sweet Feed and Corn and Oats.. ;
Mrs.-Claude Ieewas"lhefreest : ;; )
will bo ta'tCH "IVrhajw.
I Mrs.. I. 111, A freewill --oflVrins: the
f prize: scnra mouche; Mrs. Car- ; in connertirti with t11 whole: '
the fact I
'S eon received the covered Irvin Belmont, N. J.j; Mrs. M. EJlorlh. nnd divided equally, t'-oli-,1\:0: I is that S'lukeipc.nn; to Come to see me and save money by paying cash '
Mrs.prize societies, to be uxed'o( pay '' "ub.iert; goes'a
wagon; and to N Makln to tIe referbncas.
I !. Van West New ) N. J. .
( ,
was given for low score an address ; .
Jocksonvills' T'.ic: Christian:, !iiislr.illons lolallonH: and -anUSIn.
.I. book. Mrs.-C. E.: Vorhees, Plainfield, N. J.; cietv of q| : I CASH FEED CO. PHONE 12 .
Mr end Mrs. J. II, lawman, Plain- Endeavorcrs strongly protest! .ayainxt.! Hero ii! u stronir argument forthe .
S were sandwlc'ies, criticism of. --Mnrcu Fag! and inspiration of the Itibla) that th'sbrc.a ::
fruit salad Held N. J. Mr. nnd Mrs\ K.1) any a .
cake ;
and coffee. The ,
rndlana Mc-ixcl, Boiling glHdfy contribute to his Jl\a nficcl1t'WM !I-virionod: man Hhould have pas j I -
it t frucsts included: Mrs" Cland Loe, ; Mrs. Clara -
1 otherauthor in literajture
: Mrs. S. II. Bullock, Mrs. J. D. WooJ- Springs, pa.t Mrs. Maltio Meiley, -_-_ ,: ol liy'en'nt'd come tirres. t'J- -'---' --- t0'D

jt beck Mrs. George G..nlner. Mrs. Carson Baltimore. Md.; Mrs. 11. H. Baker, MOTHERS: u CLUB j nearly IOaO J)oh""O+4rt'OP4008 OoOoOoH 00000a .1
the works of fislicrmen, like Peter; eo 0 00 0 00 0 00 to..
Detroit Mich 'K 1 M. Laurence
Mrs. I
1. Farmer Mr* Ellis navlll, and : A ploiifiing and interestirg soclil
,'tavoll"ctor] lie Mttthcw shep-
: ;
r, "I Miss Augusta Winn, together with. Kissimmee; Richard Sundin, New ,and I business meeting was held' 1 tit:' herd", like David and tentmakers,
the regular club lYork_ il'L; Elam. Keeley. )Davistpwn, I ( ;
member I !
Friday afternoon in the J'reshylel'ju"IdlUrl'h !like Paul' How j is, thin h bo aciountoct ANNOUNCEMENT
I Il'a.; Miss Lora Clapp; l.oiuyeii0, ina.; i school Foil ; d's-. I
Mass. j rocvis. -wng ( fcr ,except/ that from the !
William A. Ballon, Lawron,
:, ,p CAllD OF THANKS (j( Mrs. William A. Balton, lawrlncII;, cuMftions of club /business! ,+ :Mrs it. C. I opened domed window of Hev.n .
< Nash gave some -inteM'sling: pluiaf these was pjurcd into tha minds of
"' We wish to thank the mary friends Muss. I of welfare work in Chicago'\ / ;; nnd 'also' 'I those' ii-erot-nlly humb'o ",'en truth
who *o kindly assisted us during the j -- of Mrs. OF ,
i pang a group HOIUJU. 'which neither Ininian philosophy! ( or :
late illness and death of- our dear nY' :Massey also a /guest, gave word* of '
j HIKERS STOP : slims! could ever invent or 'dUcovcr.c''ie'u -
mother, grand-mclher, and grspt- j WAY AROUND WORLD I creethng and sketches. of work dole lo l Dr.) .
| < < Tupfcr.OS
grand-mother. We are also thankful ; in :MarsliallvilK'.', Ca.; and Mrs J. K.: I' ,

for the music and beautiful floral I Jerome Jac-k Sterne, world\ traveler :I I Lorifer. V.ead. :
tributes. "steeplejack, forester, (electrician pho- j Ten) and delicious! cakei; were scrv. I --- '
I I I I . .. 'j
E. MYRTLE' HILLIARI led' 0 -" fr m i'r> 'inj5ioncii >
, togiapher trod man of all trades on hvll's.; Liindei-H Mrs. llreoeue i,
JAMES H. lilt LIAR I world hostesses i i i iloi"i ids I to tend the era;'bit toNew
IRENE': L. ROBERTS. another hike around Heigh the. the latter ns.ttompanied j ____.____ _. _. 1\\ York Wh'le I its exhibit in not so ] ?

MYRTLE F. LIOTITREY. '( Patterson; by, Harry N. J., spent,tare: noon- i i'of 'CHURCH: ( :SERVICE' : roitTOUIILSTS: ; !prrlentoun'nH! IV.o,o of mo-t of the !t I Saturday February 23rd f 4

.j. 'i: MILDRED( LIUHTSKY.SPECIALJIESOLUTIONS. hour on Tuesday at the Chamber of I II -- --- roiinti I *, it 'ii-'l' (11" .tf ry tt what J
j ,I Commerce. ',I All tourists( were: t -pa+ itlh': !n\i-i-i i : ,can: In- 1I"'II'-lt i ftra.-.hic. It i it a
| to attend] 111't'ach'l1gvi.I" I list S'.m- cri-dlt: t t.i the c 'ur.ty nuJ it w'.II: make I
l | Sterne" left Los Angeles last :May
{ : j and hike; across the continent (to j I day night at the MeUi-Kl: clvr' h now rdI'l1lfor! Kissimnree, Stint r Showing: a full line of Yard Goods.}

Among the special 'resolutions i offered Boston Mass., his home town. Coming To the invitation there! was a hearty i Cloud) and the rest of Osfcola county.

at .the Florida Education AR ol'i'a- south to Washington D. C.. nnj ;,;j i-esjioilse] ; aa every sp't'iu the churc'i:' .t -' '- ':_.- .-- -- -r----------- -5 ..
tion held in West T.ilm Beach! th's was! oc 'uil.d.! Possibly two hundred: | !DR. TI'I'I'FR" T4.u'fO LARGE .5- 5 -r.
because of the cold weather, ntinu-
,, c
pertaining to kindergartens will h11 '' oil Forida.: : and fifty tourists w-re /present., The ATTENDANCE LAST FRIDAYunder

terest Kisslmmecans, and many citi-1; |I In on Washington to ; he picked with roll call'marked/ U from Ohio and -1 } _...0.-. | Shoes for Men\ and Women.
f li rens will desire that! this feature of ,'Haigh., another hiker and the up two aro from Pennoylvania./ PiiiDips! in ,prnking/ tan anspicns of this (0 .

the rights of children-will not be over now enroute to California again an-l his difciufxe! dwelt upon the unspeakable local union of the W. C. T. U., Dr. to ----.--.---- '
1 lookod when the new school bui'dinp will to the Hawaiian I&l.-.nd.t anJ] love of God mid many \\'.I1. j Kerr Topper ndd<<'-('+Kt>d an upprej h \-
I', become realizations!: : ]Iwncreus |I continue go : belovcJ od! songs werc.fcunjf'D. tive nuilicnce at. the: Chr:>t'ti church '
r S 'mere' are now in the Sterne westwardI his traveled all the I Ij Ii --. ,1a-t Friday iiiht.& IIIK fuSject was, :f AH :shoes: now on J hand will be sold at less than cost
over ALVEY ,
I i .M. : .
United "America From A Kcligiau ;
States YV
4.000,000 children: .bo- ( I Ipo'atl' I' .
world, has been at and h i it
sea says ? I PlIRiIASCSH.\RBER! ' '
tween four and six years of age who rover.. He simply can not stay tied I ; ___ Silt)! : to make room for new stock. )',
I -
I I' losing He ruid in chief ,
are two the
part "Airotig
years schooling to 1
down to one spot, he say+. lie carries Tho barber shop! owned by J. E I : .. .
'H._ . _
which standards __ _
they arc entitled because kin with him signatures and ,'arious. no. Montgomery in the Casino build'mr.was ): of -n-Uion1'* pro' rof>" and -;- .. ..... __
dergartens have not yet been provide tations of the power are magnitude, wealth, education : : ."
and he bars
men places !
purchased ;
on M.
i t' ed for them, and Monday hy" military achievement liberty
"S Whereas Criminologists e1t'm '11efl | In passed disp'ayinethis through! and lift took which great pride Alvey, hero better known to" the townspI'o'1le and rlghlo'iiiMltoOf the e. tli-t of I.t f. 'VC: Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
was over
as "Spedy. 1
that 3,500.000; a day is being -spent ,eighty feet in length. Mr. "iJ'htm"n'| "" Mt: .S i i Alvev wives to announce to nn-f is : ,
classes .
anl I the by far the noblest and
-- -
kindergarten -- -
has demonstrated his many friends nnd acquaintances : highest." -
its; I
fl, value as a potent means! of reducing, j Ij CHARITY NOt STATUES pood that he will continue to render the j "Righteotmicus ctaltctlt( a nation," !
crime as well as .effective. agency I heretofore render"d'by I'I continued the speaker, "and Is. the ..
t ; for promoting Americanizatioi *'and f' Possibly. there are many who differed Mr. Montgomery- that he will appreciate -I j lower In;' pnl! d"um of the church nn
L (,,1', increasing intelligence and efficiency;) from Lenin who will sine'rely your----patronage.--- 1 rstaip.,I That which mak/u" nation (,, .,! CORNER DRY GOODS STORE J
thefore be it I/'ommend'the -action of his widjw, jHRATTO.V. great is not its ate) InJutrv.jt;,

Resolved. That the Florida Ed'ica- ;"Krup! Shaya," who. has.;publicly,. appealed -;:; ,,. SUPERVISOR CANDID \TE FOR ;;. mines; it is rot art, or .
: tlon Association urge its state end local 'through the!presV.. ., : ] OI.JtEGISTRATION'i "** I'' eturobuttiosd $ ',.'< .',j\\
/ asking ; enfep.or : Ij"e. No. ;
that e :
; 2
"", I branches to co-operate with the"a no money beV'wa-sted"-forjJnnnu, ;) *,j, i IkJ'ii1JlJi\1"1J.h! 1 rt;ieiipfr>'I"i",'!p T T i .azettespp!f as f'' ,'an,Il ,..ft! 'the'lier ." : t, c'; '.' ,//"J/1.t! ;;; :, ,"?, Broadway'B L" ..." '" , '

'' National Kindergarten AsKOclMton, R nn'nti''in'hftnorf\or:',the!' lat(! pJem'efS> h' '' a td e I''a'WJperglnicture\ ( of <>raonriy <<' ;:: ;:, } ,? V'I.H'S[ '
t p
anne. 1'.nl'ni+ """tJi!!of : .t
( 1'4iJ'fi l\1 STORY : I"t
'West 40th street. New York City, in I' Tho':; widel i Vi"W ttdlat'fo! ;hpcror! ra > nocial'i I";,'duty:;; national; ,,' ,... ,.. &;..CO., .. ;",: ...(.: : 'I ,
'. ten promoting the exteroion{ of kindergar country desires to honor her-} husband*. ..-........(.'... air: ,is. ?well o known''throusrhout V W"uxitfii -!' aA' it These ',;" Make for humanprogress r. ' ," : .. .. -
education through the his i '
enactment memorial take the form of endowments the ,
,, of progressive kindergarten laws, for nurseries kindc'rear- large number of friends county who and his a'j I I.I "A nation: is a moral personality jl < oooooo oo oo oooo. o.oooooooo.ooooooo..oo.o.
will Tie
r classes circulating and petitions through for kindergarten tens, orphanages schools, ho pitala. glad of the opportunity to vo'e for I;'and has clustering about it 'powers .
interesting' edi and such institutions -- -
for the relief; him. lie is and responsibilities. Every nation
a pioneer resident
ton articles to print Home in..their newsnaperfl the of the suffering, and she points out ::ceola' county, and has always of ( dies of heurt di-ease The re'sr.t' : of'I'exemplary ; and as 5a sufferer she was among the first to'
rn Education answer the
free to the issued that Lenine pave little thought to prominent in the councils of the} 03"1 Solomon, full of fcensuatity. Sapped bore her cross with patience and<<1 fortitude call. For months he marched
the through v
l.. press by association: j monumental show. j jocratic: party the life cut of the Jewish Commonwealth j[ in emulation of her blessed rain and sleet .
In the
....--..,....-- -...-. -- .-. - -- ,-- << It was because nt Inb".a'l lord's example' and during her closing II trenches of'France. One day mud Homer's In the
--- -
- - | rathethan rxt..rnalree'w'IJ h'I of confinement she alwaysgreeted
'-- years ,
gJMir..l/ +e..+eUlrre.+ brought about the destruction regiment went over the top to meet 1
her friends
lit I ofj j with a glad hand the enemy. When the smoke of bat.
[Assyria, Eirypt.:' ; and Romp, and our and a smile. Her long life was one tie cleared away Homer was foundon
own country will go AS did I of service and devotion to the highest the field with
one lea milling-.
n lions unless we are true to Mir : ideals. For years.lhe .
was superintendent
ide:1ll1// Emergency treatment in field
and imtitutioni said Da- mup. ( cf the Bible school af Uog. hospital, the a

I LET'S TALK IT "The glory of our land Is the Chris- gy Creek. By nature, she was artistic the Atlantic to weary America passage on a hospital across

KI OVER tian than School Church,Chrl Christan Home Chr' ,, /and loved the esthetic, making ship (followed by day and night of .

,.. Christian Sabbath.t'nl1 These Bible,are'and the the\ ,, her home a little: earthly paradise torture made jip the second chapter

great bulwarks of true and' abiding "Haste thee on from grace to glory; in his strange story. ,Finally he was
civilization. |l Armed .ly faith, and winged by,. uray dismissed from the hospital with; instructions -
'f. v 'From the beginning of er.Ifeaven's. to bathe the stump of his
; Don't existence us n very nation. God has been our i I' eternal days before thee I'leg frequently with ether. "

go too far with that new project the source of our inspiration and God's own hand shall guide theoIhere1" / Homer'.was quick 'discover that

J strength. Go to historic Plymouth I the bathing of his wounded member

\\ f of without You! find there thnt immense! and: imrotiing -'I As the lived, so she died si-Vvinz: was one of I Ihe .mo"t pleasant senna-
yours getting competent advice. monument with its! symbolic her fellows unselfishly, leer en. lions in his drab life. The thick pungent

figures of revelation, cJu..nt'on, law, I couragement being: the Crown Incorruptible I fume of the anaesthetic floating
There' maybe freedom, and Christian faith. It it ,; and full of glory! Now her into the nostril of the man would so .
angles it
to that
., you have not the product of men who believed in I coirination day has arrived 1 II benumb his sense that all pain was .
God the Father Almighty maker of I The surviving sisters are Mrs.. J. forgotten In a beatific sensation of
'" thought of. Heaven and earth and Jesus Christ W. Hinsley) of Lake C.ty. folds; release from bodily hits and mental

.' ills. Son. And today, one' out of every Mrs. Cv 11.. Squire, of Mlchell"I"dl. care*. There came to him a realization '

three in American Is a churchman ana; Mrs. S. H. Curfer, Jacksonville of unutterable bliss and joy comparable
," concluded Dr. Tupper Florida; Mrs J. W. lilsmette and only to' the aesthereal world '
'--- Mrs; J. i@II. McQuli-e both of Tampa. ture of a skylock soaring ins
+ Our officers DEATH OF MRS. ELIZABETH The daughters are Mrs. J. K. Hilliard of blue sky and happy sunshine.*.>

: are Constantly being consulted MASTERS Kissimmec and Miss Jennie Hensley, With ach passing day- the charm)
of these from
brief periods of release.
of Tampa. The
: ; on matters of Mrs. Elizabeth Masters dicfi at the dren Mrs surviving grandchil thre .vale of tears grew'more potent i r-
this are Lightsey. Kis-
home Myrtle
kind The benefitof hard of Monday her daughter, Mrs. J. K. Hil- simmee: Mrs. Irene Robrtse, Homestead All ''the mealt'rt' Income the crippledman
morning after an ill* could went Into the "
get purchase
their wide ness covering a peV.od: of several of Florida, and James II. Milliard, of wonderful drug that' could so

experience is yours for the. years. She was born in Jefferson Kisaimmee The great granddaughter translate him Into.the realm of beau- ,
is Miss
V' county, Indiana,.August 13, 1835, be Mildred Dghtscy. ty and happiness. .*. ",.
!I '. ' . ing the eldest Funeral arrangement were In
; daughter
asking. of and
I" ., Mrs, Elias Abrams, who charge of J. \Y. Thompson, and Inter- The document ot..he pitiful tragedy
;" were among came one afternoon when he hob- "> ,
;:. the early' settlers of I m'nt. took place Tuesday morning at
Indiana. At '
an bled into the Red Cross office at Tam-
., -.. early, age Mrs Masters Identified I Kosehill cemetery; Rev Walter B. and asked for'food and lodging. ""
: herself Knight officiating. ps
Mrs. C. Funk
with the Baptist II. '
( \ . church, and Mrs. I. H. This was provided him.'' Early'' the
at the time of her death, she | Weatherbee, Mr. Ruth "'
J was a next morning the authorities were ;'
l member of the localchurch of that Jones, Jack and Lonnie Hughey, sang.. startled and .concerned to hear that .

lM,. DEPOSITS INSURED denomination.ried to Alexander In 18f! 0, she was mar TAMPA cnn'iMjE' AIDED ny the 'wounded man had attempted to "
II. Hensley, who startled <
: served in the AMERICAN RED CROSS commit suicide. 'Even more
h k1h Upon the close war betwPen the states.: were thv' to learn later from the ", ,.
f moved to of the war they "When-: Homer smote his bloom In' "suicide's" own lip that he had merer '
*r .. 1873. Illinois, where he- tied in stuThip ii the latest version of Kip- ly' taken a whiff of ether and. .ut>**-. ,(; -

I 1879 ling't famous line, originated recently quently a brief .vacation. In the happy "
I twos, children, moved t0to, with her In Tampa, when a twentieth 'cen- i hunting. ground. '\ ',
i BANK OF Florida, and in Lake City tury name-sake .of the famous blind The unfortunate ex-soldier appear1 f 1
k :. : OSCEOLA. COUNTY Emanuel Masters of 1880r-that married bard Introduced a new wrinkle in the ed anxious to tell his story' and to ret >-''); !,

.... : pUce.Three ancient art of Intoxication Mr. Vol. help In ridding himself of the ether ,f, ,

w ,- ,. ,' makinqlpt0heirhfirstahome teihe stead will be.relieved and at the same inhaling habit., He gladly consented, v; .
KISSIMMEE; FLORIDA. nity of Boggy Creek. In vici time worried to learn that this Homer to undergo an examination by a *pe<- v:i:.

freeze having killed their 1895, the I'belongs, none of the strange classes Ulist provided by the Red Cross. and .-.
S. ?I grove, they moved n-anve .Iofpeop1e known as old soaks, booze later Submitted to .expert treatment 4',''!''I:
ct. : V 1 + land, where .Mr. Masters diedis.."'art 1sts; or .opium eaten, but. repre- In an' .Institution to which the, ore. aalcation j\...
1912. Upon the second Tents an entirely new specie of a r.. I !got him admitted. 'j I-:
: .. death, Mr .- Master husband's S c nUy discovered, i genus, the ether, ad- Latest report declare Homer rrw*. '.l.
+ made
IIo.-JI,1, IIo.f\II 1Io. t.. A Jt..r 't.., AI 110. A I with the Billiards where the her home diet.Homer's ,' and 'WeU ,on the >wy *T j f 1.
h. remain free from f.
ed until her release came I, history has been i colorful abnormal, healthy existence.

+ As a''' Christian bier character one. When Uncle Sam Assembled the excursions Into the land, ,of ghosts and ,
,brave youth of, the' land In" 1917/: h. +angeler

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(14)). Indu."'". pnyabln' lit Court of the ...(? .Jailse. IMceuls I I i IIUGHT ON '
.. May 1. 1939. ( <'''U.(7'. Stale .f ..rl".. IUSJ 01 TOE Don't Let -

:, Legal :AdvertisementsMKItOI.I. i Thirty-seven Honds numbered(17), Twinty.flV(22k Inclusive. pilynblv to: I'I Jn .it. KBlato dccfiised.'To of Oliver. I' Taw I I I I The Irish potato{ crop Is always In :

S I May I. IK44. S .'i :ill i i ...'.....u.I ..... I...-Kiil-'M 1.1".1".1..1. I clanger of bemg: ruined by lute blight.'This'is fer"
.. . . . . . . . lI"ndl uIIII'r.d Thlrly-JI 4 3'1) 'nml all I I I I'fi-BOim iso" IIIK 4 I sits 01i ,', : I though the dlseasa -
,I Klftylhnu.Mny ili.}. iiicluuuliu4IPUlI'. ) i ..'lullS tisi.. uHiilnst I mild F.ytnlo.: ,,'j before evtn made its
S : -TIOVHKnrcA8. %." I. i h.... I I You, 'itnd.uiuh. of you. nre hei-eliy notified h has never appearance
I S I llniidn nuinboreilHovMilylhrui' J-'Ifty-foiir ( S4) to ntid roiulr| <..ilto present any. In tn! field or garden. Hordeaux mix. Die -
... lllwtl ;a lti *lu.l\u. ) .' nnd delitul lustS which you. ill! I II usually t\5)
\ : !!. a petition 1>*wn \ ( ) < $" ) : turf is the spray .aterIal
., .ICb 'hto !Honn of 1'ubllc IiiKiruelUiiioln ': :IIiL: 1S4.JliindH 1 i-lt IK.r of >ou, may. tiiI\'"- I1l4nl"1 theestntojof j recommended for '
*. and for (..... <:..on$)'. iiiiinhcrodt $.)4.11illlw.f". (7I I n I tillvor I I1. Tnw. <1..11"..... lateof I purpose.
-S i-n.wt to)' whit piirp..rtn to 'l,1"IOl'ld"1 .. Ono hunii'! (lIIO}."| 'pujaIn 'KIwsliiHiK-o. Onci'oln "'''"111)', Moil- The fungus that cause late blight
L lhau twt-nty.dve < 2S-if. ) |.cr contounllnxi or Ih.. I>1- May I I. 11 I'M*. 'I.I da. to tho' Kxeeull IK produces large dead spots on the Flie&
4 1 .dIIly eIorM l r..UI11f. IthlipmctI I All I I its protldi-d I In a ri-rtnln I riHolullon snld, IptultIlitIitn. two JH'IU'S' frmi. "f// on ihe, lower side, show Like t
S ; Tax Jfchool\ I l Ilal l lrlt. :'I/o./ <. i tkiw.ama I of I ho lion r.t l uf l I'ultllf I liiHtructlunof I ,.(. l'I'whidl j7
.lnv a cotiMulldatlaii) of the Ul"- I (.'""ool'L :C.oiinty. KlurldH. PUHHI-I. and' I ..'StiSS January 11th. A. 1> )jy.U ( : downy growth. It
*tr\ft\ formerly 'k now ii a. II iiniI..tP 4.t nilopti-d' hits 7th iluy uf Ffbi-uiiry/ A ,! .. MISS.\. I...T j ic'ad* also to item and tuber decay
S ( 6. mitttnirtlmt 'li*y tfculro lli. l I..tu7nr H, 1 1124, until. ri-milutlon 1..IuK' publUhcd < t. 'ICxeciilrlx. according to G. V. Weber associate ,. .
'nf ho".... h)' .nld! Kiwlal ToxOchaol In connnrtlon. with thin notlfo ..( 1-I . .
I i1. ;im\T: ; : of the Florida .
.. ." plant pathologist experiment
Ulstrlrt for lli. |>ur|><"'"- uf "" li-c< I.ut O'hu pollH will. Ouch' at \OTICK .'
'S OKlrlnir, >liullillnw, .qs1argIng. furnUUto 'j rloclt. t\'. in. and cloHO. .lit .......1........ .r.. I""Perlnl I No. 01 I I69.ft.! I>epusi-I' his-lit c--1 station. Once started if the
..r or otherwise lni|.rovlnn luimiliiun 'I."A"* A Kinw, John. -l'hnlti-r nnd I Interior U. W.' l.nnd l (I'"IC... ,nl weather is continually damp and cool,
and Holiool jjroutidit fur -4h','. 'xclu"",,' 1 I 1. (,'. $I..fn'd."IUI\'" b.-.-.. uppoliitliiHpfrloiH d. \ liii.. Fla Jan. 1. 1 1424. 1OO Chicks Die
.. of tlHi .nnlillfl freo MiTionU wil kin' for gRId ..i.-(.(Iull.IIY .. :I I NOTICK: . Is lu-iel.y ulven Hint "'lliftivwi larAo numbum of plants in the fields 50 out of Every
.. Tb wild t4p4 i| ectii, T*K 1oI..h..1 1 nistrlct, : hider of the Ii|,>urd of Public I it- <, J.. '.. ..1'... of IxitiHhinan r'lorldn.'who wi be killed in a few days. **'
and which .aid lu-Otloti furtlM-r petS Htiucilon, of OHCooln'Ciouiity. "Jioriula.Jl ' on' hi.. sluRry .. HtSI:: .made. HolmMilnil "-8-50 solution of' bordeaux should S (U. S. Government figures) '
i forth In noiif-rnl t n'ins the amount OrS MK/TZ ChHlrninii.. I1lle"I' I' Iiit,ly.II., ..llIlfr.I ;,. for J4W: ... ofHV .
|..>IK|. to 'h,' IKHUCI!. nml IneurponiR I" M. Yowclt. Hwy.lluiiTd .i. sectIon SIS. Township 21 bo applied about the time the plants *' -.

.. I"", '..of. .....1 that th* |>r..-' I of 1'"bile liiKtnii-tlon. ,, S. Kaiixo 27 15. Tallahassee Merld- are six inches higb. Additional applications You should raise' 95 of
S. e.-da <"','h'.-'' from tliA i-nlf of micliDlHiuld OHveola County. Kl"rldo.. I Inn. has IHed\ notice' of Intention to I should be made every ten out
...."d.. ho. nurd for !the |>urk>uso4K met forth In said' / petition, linuWHKHF.A8 _: ,__'__,_._.). 1 1I claim. to theInnd' a hove. deserlbei.... h.- I I day or two I weeks. The grower should every 100 Chicks if you use :
I : It has been mtule to appear I r...." ('lelI ('I.i4'IItt. I .111 rL. ii.t 1 K lnln"Wlo", get his sprayer.. and spraying material --
.S to tho Honfd, of Public I Instruction In Clri'iilt. Court. rlh Jnillclnl, Clroult, J.'I"rlol.. on I lie l1.h. cllI)' (.1 4i It rehi.. I 1424. ready for use immediately after . Purina Chick Startena; This 1
Vf OHOoola, County. 1.'i<.i Idsi, that In H lid for Oaci-olii County Flnrliln.'ln I ('III""nt111'1,... ai1siik witt..."". .: ,
) '. James | |I. Nnli' Jlaniiah I ( 4 \ AlOes. of 1''lI'hmll', I 1.1.1". planting .has been finished.
.*1<1 petition has been .IJI"'d l by more : Omiii'fi and V. : I based the ex -
S han twcniy-nvc 'J ) par cent of tile;. )I. N..Ic. hip INiiniilnlnfaiitH I ,. I I ViM'Hiiii I i1iilntml Ii. *VlIi'll'Y. ) .of L.oiihiI1itll.S : "' figure is on 1
duly flunllltcd< flcelors residing within I.lli-ni'j' Siurllitrovc. vt iii. Iii-Hiiitiili'itt| : t"lu'I.IL I I' iSOME I\ perI .
.vM Riwiclnl I T/I x Hchaol HUtrtrt. n 1).1 .1111)) to ijlilot. Title: Order of .J'uiilloa-j I ilvter .1. KiMMie, '0 of I.oiitfhmiin. 1"1..1'1.1.alenrg4 ence of thousands of
n that It Is <"'''h'nhle nml to the best ,In- I Itlitn. : Tho Slate of FlorUla tic. llcnrv ( \\'. Kl'eennui. of .I.o.ulthnll\H. "Undo Louis," 8nld. poulr. .
tereat of Nil Id Kpectal" Tax Helmut' |"Jiii l ltrlct '1' ..KiH-Iluiovit I llvliiw I and 1 If I ilu-is. d.! nilpiirtli i .Fl-rldi.. I "do a' ltle.EI.anor. S raisers the country ;
u Hint Around I... ncqulnd I ,nnd .1 I nrlnlinlnif' Inl..tol"( 'under Henry 1 &1)CltI3, P c. 11IlT.: you knoll a I \a : '
S m l.olMlriK.. .*r bulMtnirs be cmistructed. M\illKro\u; I ," ".'" or nthi' ,rwl It" In, T..t; hlu'itlstef. feil en tlelhant'. in'lk gnlnl'o twenty I "
_. 'J
I a 1)0 roporty In thv Hill I of C'xniilAlnt I - -' -- - -- ---- I Startena
S. thereon nnd tutu Ihu'I 1 nnil "'<(.II'I"p.I i ppvuI \ ? Purina Chick .,
'S / for exclusive wso ns 4. public fierhaol ,,j*I It sid harclnafti-r. ilcBorllu-il. ; Nina. I I''. 'I TO t\HO>r IT M\V ('ISS' HUM ":; ; !" exclaimel
I If I Ilvlnn I I ti.I I If di-ail. Till I (t'IIol Impossible j
.. orschools wit bill Paid dIal ."'I. Sni-llKi'ONe. it ( : I contaIiishutternliIkaIId
5' and butt bonds should bo Issued, l>iirlliK rl.ilinlntr Intvreiils umler Nln.t I ; lUils will) bo recefvid;:: % : ; nl I thn) ofllce) of Unc'e! Lou I. "WhoJI baVy was
,| .SiullHrrmv.-), 1 ilv 1'11111oClllllln.I I tu.ii iui oft '
S- F. < iiised, or otherwise i i the "Hlnle t-y it? the other ingredientsthat :
*'l"lTHl5'HKif)llIO. ni3 IT Itn4Cpl.VKIt In'lh9 |iro "i-rty l In tlio Hill of c..I.1)I I Ilia. lile of Florida, Tnllal1""....... Fl.i.. :
elephant's bab'emarked PLIII1c.A
S, by thfl t"'nr.1' of l.'uhlu ln-, H.I I nt. nnd. fiorclnnfter d..lbo.l ; l 'r. ;i I By petit. . Ih"rc1'lIt any' tliixto until% I IS.o'clock .40) "The arc suited to the V !.
i .trIi't toil of tiscoola ( lpJ nt I>.. FlurM;. ScraicirN.. If lIMnu. unit If dnnd. liltpmtlon : . noun I lie 1.t 1ny i.r MUn'H little I Eleanor.EvorybndyMaga- CHICK
/ ait, this the nrst meetlnu of snlil Uo.irilttcr clAlnilncr. Intercuts undir, 1>1'. &, II I I I IWS4 I for the coiiKtructlon (.f nil or anv. zine for February. tender digestive organs
.. the receipt or subl' pellllon. 11mlbonds Hu-ruSits. TIMIsvd.! "I' otherwIse In the'paiL' or cuttle illpptini vats In 'jhccclio. ; i STARTEWAITM
, I In )i..u> ('o"nP..t.411 ,'nt(it' tllpnltitr' vn s of the baby chick.
In the of one I llumlrud I |.n |' '| 1)P the HUI of Coin jia it.t and -
hi-iolnnftiT In St. Micle County Stiile of Florid. I.FGINNAIRE ESCAPES UTT INWJIk .
c1c"c'lh..d lOlililbctll I IHoruirua
3 'I I.i '
TlioiiMnnd -
< JlOO.Odd.OO) ra I
l' uf If HvliiK. anti 'it deiid. all ,parI I I, said, vnt or vnts In'tie completed. 'III tin I 3IEXIC1OINGAS) A GERMAN J *
CI"lr..1 for tlie 'purposa lu'tjuli, Inij '' Let- :
jilays from ilnle of letting of enniru.cI.' 't Them Die!
: round fur the construction of n liii I 1.1.. III'{ interests under Elliiil.eth, I p :
inn or. hulldfnas I I iiml.' ,fur conslrucllii, I .ScruiTB ",'('"a".I. or otherwise .h, the I|'PaId I'lnns.vats speclftcntlons pro btalnnblo nml 'lontlnn''.'n. us .if-lit I'osingns a German in order to escape ; -

the nu me., Ii nil for f.I,101111R'II" iierelnnftor jiropi-ityln, tho: 11111 of.Complnlnt nnir!H'c' nt Tnllnhassee.. Fin Uldi '''III i.e.ippn4 from both Iluertistas and federal Order Chick Startenaof .
qulpplnsT pistil. bulldliiK or btilldtnirH$ dencrlupil ; K. J. KcruBtO" I I"4 I . .... -
the Jrdday
I I lhinganti. I If deed nil parties plaliiilnu' v troops In. h'xicB. John Thomas nWot '
for exclusive Use ns a pnlillc free I .)( Mnrch. 1294!! The ll.nvd i." today.Florida
us -
nrHool or schools within( nld $,.eclnl I ,I Interests under H. J. Kf-ruirrs' deeeaP"iISr .. selves the rlttht to rejectmy nnd. ..illbids Id war veteran is at the Amcrl- .
Tax Helwiol I IIIBI net No. 4. ( (NceoliiCounty. i; otherwise In .tho 'property' In tint Hill ,. !Iran' 'Ix'irion home at Kl Paso after I'
that of Complniiit and liefelnnfter\ deserlb-: a .
Florida and It Is deslrn- : i State I.lhIt sick HinllnVv I n',"" .1. "
eik and the belrs. devlnecs. nrantccs. ..... . difficult ; to- tint U. S. border.
llitusnd tn the best IntereM of snldOlntrlct .._ 10-H lly J. V. Klmpp.' creiut, ,' IIIlagt
that paid bonds bo Issued: or other claimants under Anton' Uppennner - ..... -. anil American miner, was
that snld bonds shall be dated. .' May 1. I 4 1124.) shall bo of the denomination of I..p.rly. to-wlt: I I"l Nullcu Is' liert-b. ). itUen that |H'.. n"If'I Feed -
4 "flOG0 rnch. numbered. consi.cutld-civ ; .ots Thirteen (13). Fourteen 14)). .let. .11'1.... H,.iks i.f (isei.ola Coiinl.rlila. i \ they) stormed a Ilritisli m re in Stores
S .frohi ** >no ( I ) to one hundred (lUll). I 1 Fifteen 011)) And Sixteen; (III). of > ). !.. will i I be op.Ii, lit the ofllce ..r the Jalisco-Guadalajara front in Mexico. .
I inclusive. snld bonds to bear Interest Illmk Two Hundred find Klirlity 't( the Supervisor- of I f'ist rat lou.. lit tin- MiT5 "y'a that the rebels put him
4 tet the rate of &Mt pet Cent per annum. ISO) of the Town of Ht. Cloud.liHCeola 'City ;.Mont JlIII'.I'..t. KisallusoF'l.i.Jit. -
5 puayabhe seml-nnnunlly.I! on the lat d ly I If ; r"r.untv, FlorMa. uccoidlnif\ I,,011 M..nd.llIreh; ilrd., 11>24. and will.I I in jail with captured; federal aoldi'r BROADWAY -
.> lay fluid on the (list diiy of Noveinber I to tho fVntlnale Land nnd Investment inntliiiie, to remain I open, each week .f." and tort him with hot irons. The 0 -
respectively., In elicit and every Company's Incorporated' until: I I: nnd I Iticlmllntt I $.i I utti a,)'. Muy 3rdfrom sears still showed when he applied at . '
4 year during the Ilfu of acid bonds.. The flat of I Ito until Town lied. n.itentdeil I & ..10 A. M. t.;. 6l'4:,, IV M.Honlstrntloii the I.e ion home for "
bonds shnll mature and become 1"1)1 '''- 111 'the office of the Clerkof books will Also mnp- 'I ht.ip.Thomas ,
>1.. us follows to-wlt.: I III. the Circuit( Court, of "lneeo.i| i ued hi the various itreclncls thriinali.ut I and two Mhcr. .Americans -
I ........ jiumhorcil, one tl > to six (C) (''''"'1)'. State of Flurld.t. on thn.list <* I the coo ii t)' from Mondav. M.iiel, ") Oft-aped to the United States with the TELEPHONE; US YOUR. NEEDS

Inclusive pnynble May 1, 19 21I.S !). I j I dny, of AuiruM. A. I.'. 1in! ). in I Oth. UI' VI: alit) IncludliiKMond.i* ; \ l laid I I of ( freight
HomlM niiinbei il si.Cen tit to toll .1 1'lat "Hook "i I." I'iug,'s :3.1 ..nd :34"You. Alilil :!!4. friendly t'lin conduc'torti. .
teen (14)I ) luH...."... p.ivuhlc Mnv 1, I !'31.I.Honds I.I nml i mil. of you. uro hcitby i-oni- Any inmllll I I d.\\:.etor t "h.."., I. He rays thai l ito of at
nunibereil. tlftei-n'/ 11 I ;"I ) I,. Inn..01..1) a nil reiiulrcd) to .ippenr' onlh
twenty-four. \1139. 24)) tncluMlioMsy'l. I''n hi.. belnMT:t rd day I tile of. Ilules:)ful A.In li .Mal.-ll 12.!1 ( 10241lo nnnn'-'I I' limy ulster. \VAI.TfOlt: I' IUSS. I by the rebels.
S Hnnds. luntllierod twenty-live' t2t._ Iii the 11111 of Com,"liHnt Illod In till* I IWitness ln-31- -- SuiKMlniir. --, ., -' -of.- -Hi ulilintloi, 5.. ") ".\llriam. are about as ,p pular as S -

4 thirty-seven < !I7)) Inclusive |niyabi:" J, ('nll"". '''Tit II OF I.KH 'ID I \''I'lOV I "utt"lla" \\il\\\ i lie rebels." said
May 1. 1044. |I hue Honornlile C. (O. .*ndrews. TO TI1K CHKHITH1JSNH: KTOi'KIHM'I'IMiS ( "because-of. Uncle Snm's inleifcrencc .
n" ..linljriof: the nl..., .
Honda ntimtiered Ihh'ly-Pilthl' 13811. e Court .
: tlie Miielinnts vj
S tlfly-threu IllS) IlKlunUo pn\able May i and my mime ..A Clerk: theieuf. us nut the I M.inli: iif KlKslinim..., Flm'liln. ..11.1'- they cu'I it. in their family

J. 194g. I ofnclnl enl ttiert.f, 'this 2Mh* l.\y\ at 1111l'h"I .nt I It in.TV (.one. in. N" TI'13 IHMKHKItV I I H 'rll j}?, by Indilj arms und munitions
Uonds; flfiv.f.. I'''c"nth..r. A. 11. 1923. "
I nmnbcred f&4l/ to'TiTy'l. ; : : 111'Ih,1: the MerclmntHA to () ,
J 'y.lhr..'' '7)! tuielupive "")'' (Ct. ('t. /Seal I) : Farmers i i Hank tit KNslmnicei KinHlminee. : I I /
ISM/ 'hl'// J. I* VKn8THKFT.:' Cletk. I \0"101'1.111. I IK hi. the process" ..r The ]urt/Ial (111..1 me a gringo, io I
,{ Honds numbered scvcritv-four. (3 Hv R H. Hullock, l U. I'. I Iliiuldntlon I and that therefoie, nil I I t'ri-dllois but I at G'rlll and in that Eastj Prep arc 1 ,
4 1 to one hundred (100)I Inclusive 11.<)'''- Kllinn1 STICI5II.I ) ( |"a\ |I/lOC nr Inlinlnir to have. blllik I way escaped. They took all of mvmoney ,
S <,1.l May I. 19110.! I II Solicitors for Complainants. tfti net'oiinls. or clnlms I turiiluM t said (
11M IT "KUIlTIIKIl .IlKNOr.Vl'il': ThAt I --,.,.- f...ii I".r.....' .....ul...t I..1rs "..nP u..... P. 3 1 thl reHolntlon IIA .>nt<>reil upon I ho I snld, Hank i ..t.i."C'; ; This 'the) :' 9thjilnv ; eral troops 11'01. ( mt while I was tHM.4

I records uf the Hoard of I'ulilla In- i :%o'I'IC'1 ((F !t"I.. 'I \'4 ii-ltS, of February. A. i I'. 1n2.! 1 I I ; of Mexico. All clothes
mtrncllon of piireoln Count \'. Klorldu.kiid '! 1 JUt.K, MKPCII" \NTH:/ 40 F.MMI-HS: : IMNIC of I jl.tinout my
i'I" .the 'Circuit ('., : 1< ...... : WII' from The rebels left i
thAt the Hume bo iql>llfihpd nn<* urt for I hi Se\'< nteentli KIsKlinmee 1".1.. Flnf'd' I. ". [ :
/tell 'wet'kfor four conMteutlv M'<-eks Judicial. Circuit of Florida. In S ) .. H. FK.N.V. '''I. me in an almost nake.l candii. ion. then .I--.IEgArrx
t In The Klrmlmtnov Valley lnx.>tto, inw \ nndfor. Oseeola County. In Chancerv. As Its' ('ttalti.; I :-r. I the federals took what was left." ;
.nfip<*r of tr..nornl 4lrculntlon.. pnbllnhed .."'"1" 14.'ox.. ft nl.Complalnants" vs. JOHNSTON & OAHHKTT.: ____h__. __. .

In. mild. 'Speflnl! Tax School |1'/-| I I I.Foreclosure I II. Incrnin" et nl. Itesimmlents.' Klsslmmee.. Floi-Ida. __. ___ fll'MKI.KC'TltIV I II "
of JIIorlllIaNeill. n .
Irlrt.l1iHiil hoe of THE: .: \ GE
: t I ".... Aduntrd this 7th iltof ?faat.'r'. Knle, Notice; Is hereby Klven I : :: FLOIU.OI.
rVhruary. ]IPlif ( by the uiidtfi-sliriieil. 111111'.1,1 MasterI PlluI..t l iriov 11111
f II. U. I ATZ. flmlrin..n. I heretofore appointed. to carry out the I t'mliT nnd by ilrtue .of the power Somccr.c ha*' .j..iJ, "In Florid you : III \.

:, Hoard. of I'ubllo Inntriirtli'ii.Allot . '[ linns of th<. final decree therein ..cnI vested In "". we.. the uimVrslirii'' ti.. du drink an while: in Cilifo na; _
.. I tered on the St'.lh dny of hereby n.'I"n. . lrn..I.I.I timl, ",','I"r. oruhgi .
: PaCeolo August. eat .
iy County, Flurldti. Ai I' you And herein lies
; 1 .n. K YOW'F.I.L, ll"2a." thnt pursunnt to the i that: nn Irl tl kilt '% !I .I. + Socy.IIKHOUITIOV terms of Cltv ; i Oats ;
snld Sinai I .1..1'.... I shall tilTer for sain'' In the City I of Mr. -.. ther'Bt reason for the superiority:
1. ? COil. sell the Interests ..f said Despondents . I tow Florida; stun n. the letcnl 1 (limns. .,1. our wonderful fluit. Columbia .
I on 29th of .
'hl March. A. 1> _
I. -- HS said luteresls 'appeared 1 at the ;i 1024! tlu* purpose of eleellntr' n University hoa
'IIFUi'\K: the board of I'uMle. Tn.vtructlon date nbov of the tnortKno-e' foreclosed In I ISO I Cltv (CoininlHHloner of Ihe ('lt V ..r Ksslmmue. fruits with the Florida ; and are partly I
of Osceola COUl1t Florida, styled cause, to-wlt: the IMh (ant
) to servefor
bave this. dsy. pnssed and adotiteul a..'day of August. .\. n. 1921 or at ( nyj I KlnnlnK on .th, first three yeais be- !those who know il qualities best u. ...rtaln '' tlmnj,- tli.r<.nflt<-lnthe.,' followl TuosilaJ( In AIM.11 .., ... ,. ,_ _. .. miflbg t 1fflI
i f relrl1'h.,4 ... iidejh| >Aj,I MU*24. .{in nd. ;i;, O+ ,It.molt..c. f .i < . .4
hnriH..en "I'I", .rlh..1 ""r"lwrl 1 I"d -. J.lln4""h '
: I \ Lii 'M r i \
; thltUA1i..tlIIOji'I / # ". T"1t"Qly 111." ........ 1.101.. .. "IJo Thr ). il 0'a.j001 fb n L. JTDCC5S. It is so casg
:!t D )' 11".1: '1.1\n
I '.. 1\11'I :, II II ioIt hi1'.u Kipsipuni, \ I III nnl 4t and i $ br y ..I'foC..ool4.IIIlrl..t. .N .hIt..m.i. iy j Jl'lorf.1) l-h I I I IIlf 1..1 ( ,. [ Iitt 1h iiott.d'tdstom. j
O iintyfllFloFldn.\ (01'411 "" cw*. 5luuuin tit httls f It imlnta-132 tC n.w ..d I lt Itch II L
""llrlnahull or othunwlKa Improvlnu bulldlm \\.1 of a .point Ji.40 chains. IC'istof: jr. nn t C Clerk to conduct tuIsiInet'nn.. ornnpx juice. followed by. milk or mix-:
tnd school.. irroumls for the , Ihe Northwe..t corner of I.ot Threr ( li, liv \.'rN ';> \VIIKHrJoF.. i .we hate'i'edith milk If the '
I '
1'1 cups of I)lie. ,public) feet. schools within I lu.Veiuui.l.t Purvey; lit Feet Inn Tw' 11- h. reuiidci,,. M..I oui b'niilH .i, <"\ \ (' .m knew what 1,1., 1c."vI I
i the,
the itnld special; Tax 8eiool Mlstrl't. tv-lwii .Township. Twenty-live /'I"th. 'I" ; -hut: i a of I ihe ClU .'.finI 3tM-imlnu.4- I luke of the Florida ,
and lUnire ..'\1, Kiisl. run |.; ,ist t'i, _, ., I i ins. d tin MI .tl of fill) cut :: orange would < for their health
i 'U'UJ nl\a; In mil"t "resolution It fin- low water ins I ik In I.e .. Tolmpokallpa I I >I'-' i ., under,, ;" rII'i. .,. nttisteil by tli.M.ituit City '' thcuiandwould have cleaner brains In ihe round
they return to point of bc-Klnhlnir. ; "< r, this l lHt ilnnf i--i in, tin.,,,> \ .\ pack ageNOTICE
ahupeasthat bonds of lUll
J .ild l> iisuet (i.. 'I; live higher
and nobler
i'24 iive..
In (he sum of luo.uiin.tiu( arc li'- Norlhensterly nloliit si>ulh side) u...f''i \ / 'ui.nniiT.": ant How
Hallrond rllfhl uf \f..t I .1o)'' I i better it in to abstain
utrcd 'for the purposes" set forth In wnv Three Hundred il I Ilot"HITNN. {vl'1Vrll8ltiNtf.! tu.h fro,food
Mntd' petition soul said resolution nnd 'Twenty-live U2B feetIiRt; In Ijik'JohopelinllKn (I. u. | I' for a fjstmtti. an-J cleanse the

further flx":she raIn of Interest to bi ''nf : thence, nUuitr 11. 'aljl.r (lilt CommliililiilieC M. ;KATS by taking "YI. .
paid thereon and the time when tin Lake Tohopeknllira to .Irnvprll'1. ... t.n orange Juice rather .
line City I than shock
principal' and Interest ufIn 1.1 )bontldiwnuld first run Maid Inml Ijlnir .II.nIMI.-r anil wlDken ft by the usa
.(Sen! i>C 4'Lt'f . .
lion ) I II-it(
. become dun HIM! pa ye hi. jJ j: .Twenty-two 1 22): ) of powerful cathartiesand' .
>on\', TltI. HIr.I nIlN. It Is ordered''ITwenfy-flve (25) South. nnnl(.. Tw..". I'I : : .I : I medicines of various kinds. pttet .:
: that nn election. be held on IbsI ruth" iv-nlne (29) I. "..t. Alan: All of .
lay of March ,\. II.l IV24 to detnrmlneMhrther Hloik "'." nml I hock ".f" of I llenrv A !, Hurinl twenty years of exnerience

or not there shall. be. Ixsutiil Mnthews', Adilltlon to | |h.. Town ..r POLITICAL ..VN.NOt'NrKMKNTSFOR I '''bin people whoso diet connoted oil
lijr paid 1 lint r let bonds In the sum ..f KlDslmmee: cllv. 'Florida. RIM "HI 1.t."I I of fruit ju'; I
< ". '
vet -tnMos. and
oreur on the 3rd i '
sleo.o4"uoo us provided In said resolution tiny of Mnrch.) A. f>. _. TAX
for the purposes therein so1forth H 24. to-wlt : on the Hule div, in milk Dr. McCnrriix 1 of the British I f

MI which flection only' thru div Murclr. bctwi s-eli the "leical I hours of p snle. SHEHIFFAt army fouI.1 that not one .e of 'Ap'
mnJIried electors' of said Speelnl', I Tux In front of the'C'ourt. House dour KIsBlnimee .the solicitation of my friends I pendicitis or stomach j
\ tv-hool [listrietwho are freeholders) Florlitn. Thn terms of ,pub.. to have deciled i to enter th forfluriff 11.11 developed. I
be race Florida
cash, .
with ,
nsll vo.... Tho paid "1..Uonlh..11 li"lieM the requirement of pay : people should know more
In the store loom between I'at- ment, In. cnsh.or. depoHlt ns In mv dls- of O-iceola county subject to about what the orange will do fir .

rlrk's Llnrber hop end the City Meat |,rcrellon inn kin I if seems of .bds| best. I'urrhnser nt I h.. time of I h. the r. ulh of the Democratic primary. then and their children. is the
Market In Klsslmmee to pny for I If I
Florida. In
HII\&I myself
& to use
io.-i.,. 'l'hlM my greatest value in
the 1..1. lnv food the
< f I..hrllnr ". to
district mid the) polls slioll) open. nt 8. ) A best .worl
A'clock n. m., and sign): close nt sun- I II'halt..r I' ,,92' TVt'uHlei-JOHN S., (: \iUL.. I I ('nce'avor. to enorc. al the lawn. day for the money and i I. best
4own. K. 41, Vans Airnew Jihn) Ma- Special |In Chanci, rv. I 10lct support of voterg of medicine also. Let have In
JOUVSTON:/ UK an Or. order
and H. C. Stanford & II .ilili-T. count .T. M. :' .to qualify to
ore .
u IT IS FmtTHKH 41ItiEhll.U ii.m I I III Counsel) for Complainants..!I R-4t .: .. sty Cloud' I I the virtue of this 'onll..Cul fmit..
this ord.lor election; shall; be; ; -.--. --- ----- -- California did .
pub I 1'--: : --- - (hat with its rais'ns.' -

.4 lished. once weeks each In The week Klsslmmen for four Vnl-successive I" Circuit Court. Yor the 17ih i Judlelnl' FOR SUEIHIISubjut . Glenn G. Smith in Clearwater Sun.: in the City- election to beheld
I -
Circuit of "Iso Ht".t., of I.-I.M l.l.-i. .
I. y flssrtte, n newspnper published In I In 0 nil| to -- - -- - .
; for llMeeolii piiniary June rd. Tlicc
S Onuiity.
Klsslmmee. Florida and helnir, a J.IMII-K I H. lleiiler, I
of general circulation. publlshvxt ttewataaper I iplalntlrf'' \'\VIIJIam) II.| Kennev. de hereby announce thyself for GIVES REASON'S WHY CITRUS
I In said Hpeclnl Tax School District.. I IXotlee:f..lnnl.lhrllln..111/ of fin I... 'ro1.diinmice's." $1 .Ol.Oss.! of O ce6la County. If Sdney: Cat. TltADK.MAKKS SHOULD, 11IUSED on March 29th
IT IS PURTHKK OH.HF.U. that the ) WHOM; IT i in nominated for
i Governor
( MAY CO.VCKHN: Notl.'i. I U I ,
herebfwiv.fn .pol
Hlrmun I. (
and Secretary of this Hoard I from I'lw Seven
| bythe )want to he "ohtI".1 )
1 do Issue and publish a notice of said unilemlKiied. ns KherliT ..f'' Sheriff It'notTncu, wilstresijrn. car
..:_Ion In accordance with this 1'...... Oxceola) fNiunty. Florida. that pursunnt I Thee hunt no time to prowl I fodelivery the n'xt.k! .'
lution and order and the i-uws of I to a writ uf. execution hastiest |III the around the ( can tOI..lee that all the troubles taxes must be
tho County egging
Htate of Florida.IXNR above ca"" I did. In Onceola Cnunty.' :, plla.lng. claims and dissatNfaction we paid on or
Florida' tile persuading and
I "" Zi'n( dav-'Of lieing.
; AND OHDRRKI) this Tilt day. .Tnnunrv. a have with other unbranded
.f February, A. I>. 1(14. I S4. levy upon i and take under ant,) ponents to pet voteii. Thee makes no ties 'lessening commodi
writ I
H. M. KATZ. Chairman. ( of execution( the Interest of WllJllHMi -.. the benefit materially Ihe net returns -
I of would.
Hoard of PubliC Instruction j J Ifollowlnir I Q.. Kennry.drsrrlbud Ihe.. defendant.. I In the I I be hypocrites. Thee to lion to growers and 'at the same beforeSaturdayMarch1st. '
Attest property to-wlt Refer. time
S .. C.: E. YOWISLU Osceoln Hfiy.MOTICK County. Florida. i I.ot II of Block :21.! nccordlnir to I the Thomas W. lardwik. Former I l i luivers placing iucrcaned burden on the
i I'lat of the subdivision of KlnHlmmi-e/ of Govlr. ; father than trade-mark adver-
.. ,I, I'ark. laconic L'.Puulty, Florida, nor talta. Ga., ; tising would bo -
OK JoII''IO' > ftPKCItl. a long back -
DINTMI4-r TAXKCIIOOI. '' recorded In the l-ubllc Itecorils of a"'I// CongreRlmanV.. W. l.arM.n. Dublin, I ward. 'Ir. 'Dirr stop '
so. 4. 4 "t iOIA said .
. .VUAITV, Kt.OHIIA.. ernie C.'ounty. Florida. In 1'Iut .... Ga.; Hon. II. C. lammond. Augusta, Hoover furthetMr..
st l'AR'.41 ; push also tho .. ...., Ga.. and Hon. and Mr. DaliRon ideally rep- .
NOTICE Urkictlan hereby gIven that an personal .property a. thus property. of Ixiuisville Ga lardlm/nn. relent the value of trade-marks. I "
-* j I William O. K.-nney, the defendant : After a I have .
-room ,- between will be I'rflrlck's" Held In Barber the rti.rn Shop wit: 2 work horses and harness;to-I j copy of thy platform 1a"ch obtail'd'frlt 'I but would never seen either one of them. C. L. '. "
S .. two-horse Warn: 1 mowlncr I at confidence in - BANDY .
....d. the City Meat Market In Klsslmmee i' hay rake I machIne; I al filling stations, Drug Stores and -
( ; plow 1 -
In Osceols. County Florida. thame tunis and ; harrow and 1 lot of Offices in said any Itatel''t which I (saw their '
farm county, ,
implements -
belnic In located on S I i names signed. '
Special Tax School ))1. The standard
the N\\ of Yours of their
u- .rlct No.4. on the Itth day of March ,I fth.. % the NK14. and the HM of Respectively: I i,' Weals has been .
.A. l>. 114. to determine. whether or NK14 of the N\\ % .uf Hectlon 2'; Joseph Alexandre Lee Glaze, | let and known t-> be Tax I
Tnwnsblp. t* i Inconsistent Collector
lane 19 Knnt ..f hith. no it
4 not there shall be Issued by salt Mtstrlrt ..Tnllahnssee Meridian. Kenannvcillc, Fla. inaseem,
I will .
on March
bonds In the sum of. lioo.oou.uo very same buine
- --- -
*rd. A ----- wto
L-fl24. between - -
the legal I\n.
for the of hours ----I I' sometimes
purpose around depreciate .
of Ihe
I ; sale before the Court House- door FOR SHERIFF value of a
.the construction ,of a bulldlnar ort trade-malic
'St Klsslmmee. Osoeola arethe .
Countl'lorlda.. I men who
>ulklnirs. thereon and for furnishinguid are moat .
e-nnlpplnir said bulldlnd build-,I i i.old offer defendant for sole and In above sell. the Interest of To the voter of Osceoln County: willing to P"/,1"8 toP Price for one.

S Ins. for exclusive use a. a public freenchool hlKhent and best bidder rr' there tn thfl* I I' I, hal IMS a candidate for Sheriff to The tfames love.and Rabson are
schools -
within -
or slil District.Only for. This 'thfl !8th myself in the 'trade-mark T__ _
day.of Jnnnnry June they ._ _
4 i the duly qualified electors of said fl. .1924. .uccf Prl-nary. right* wh.h owe a'l .
L. and
t. District who are. free-holder. shall bn Sheriff Ospeola R. YARtI'R. A'j thanklou for your support in the titles D Cal'forn'a
S entitled to vote. The Bald bonds shall '- Hr Robt.'County. Florida.5 apnreciate your vote &rowerl own 'Sunkisf and Fleridi .
ItM ..elated Mar 1. It... shall be of the.d.somin.tloii.Of Campbell H. and assistance in the future. own 'Sealdsweef J.
"11110.00 eath, .. shall u and bilh of t
P>. r.Interest at the rate of 1% per I "S .OTlf1I'2'' I L. R FARMER them have been made great in the Tb .psc'
minds of the
afll pet annum payable seml-snnuaN Take notice that I will people by -
-S "r.. the 1.. Jays of May and Norem-.. 1M4 or as soon thereafter on ns March 1m.. 1I'j! FOH ,SUPER VISOR OF REGIS RA. and publ.lty.: If the advel.tialnl : '

,,, b.r. orp.etl..I Iy. of .aeh yosr, ,and heard apply"for a pardon for n.) M. TION. article of those gentlemen I .5'.'. CA. ] I Licensed Director .
_halt mature and become dueand payble Montsdfloca who may be 8.4 funerl .
conricted of Roh< I I I I taken
S foll+.... to-wlt: : .' I bevy at the llw.r .- of the Osceolft We a an Indication of their methods. ,--- .
BmiAB numbered One' (I) ,to Blx '(C), a. authorized to announce the ,' A $l .
'countycircuit you be $
court In IUal sure _, ; ,
may they )
would ; :
4 anyone name N. Bratton 'se- /
IsjelaslvA. vaysbl. May 1* I92.ii1.n415 I''dttslrlnx mar then be heard the as a candidate tain the trademark Sltuart ="" .1.4.
on e
S irambered" Seven. (T) .to .Pour- ,merits of the .application. for th office of Supervisor of Reiris. names and .insist I,
_ _een 41). 'lodlusire, payabl.Mey 1.. WM. C. IIOnOES. to the action' uponmore extensive d"rHalnl L Kia.i.. Hi1Grads
J'' U34. '"I 1//. U l-lt Attorney for .PtitIoner.i aubje primary of .the. thereof a the salvationof. I AmbulaijS.rvjaIC" .
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1 1CO'M'E E. E. KEEVER DIES TO PUT VETERANS RELIEF f MEETING AT'TOURIST .ooo lo.o... ... ...i..o'.. .oo o ,'"


.are, ,68 years, died' at the' home of< Seeking to remove the taint of' The meeting at the,club house n
Mrs Saunders on Park street, on charity from funds for the relief of I the tourist camp oirTuesday evennr YOWf'.L-OREWC t
TO"THE Thursday evening February 1III.. former World war soldiers, the Ken was attended by more than a hJndrel
remains were taken to the undertake nedypost of the American Legion tourists and business men o. ne cit .-
ing rooms of J. W. Thompson, where has memorialized the Board of Alder- Words of greeting'were given by rep .
Business ,University of It was, prepared' for shipment, to. his men to place administration of the re.entatives of different states, anj .
home Ip Ohio. F.' C. Bryan welcomed the tourists
Tampafor Mr. Keever's death was ,caved by military relief fund under'direhtion eha f of Kissia.mee. Rev. Wa.ter B -
an attack of acute Indigestion., He I,the 'veteranVtBat of a Vt' ran.while It is disbursementsof contended by. Knight, pastor of the F.rst, i, Orlall':o'a)' largest Store--: UQuaJilY Did It"
was a the Croquet and humorous renal cs a ,
an Accurate business train. Horseshoe Club and had been spending money has been satisfactory, it ,is talks which provoked much laugrhtrT

Our enviable reputationfor his"winters In this city for ...v.r..t not primarily intended as charitable These meetings are held on Tuesday ,
Ing. years. fund and should be handled by a and Thursday evnings and lue
accuracy creates .a greater'' veteran equipped with definite information public ,is Invited to'attend .. ,
regarding the cases., Many SPRING STYLES:
than wecan RESOLUTION ,,
demand for graduates the RESOLUTION"Whereas '
veterans, legion charges
Whereas, It has pleased the Almighty post
fill. Suitable boarding pro- In his inflnata, wisdom to remove bare refrained from applying for aiJbecause .
from our midst our .Jbelov-d their names must go on Jthe it has pleased the Almighty That Charm Madame and Mademoiselle
Your comfort and wet. Jn his inflnata wisdom to remove -
cured. : friend E. E. Keever whose earthly city's records as receiving chArity. /
fare are paramount. existance has been cut oft by his Untimely The post has also asked cons'dera- from 'our midst our b loved feminine than in .
deathand .ion of a measure which will prohibit friend and fellow member L. J3. Ma- Never was femininity more .

COMBSUvertown Whereas, That; though we shall be ton-resident veterans organizations cut lan,off whose by his earthly existence death has andV'hereas feet, the mannish simplicity of tailored suit or'dress-so '
unable to shake him by the hand and from solicitation of funds from citizens $ that though we ;shall be desirable for Spring-unless, perhaps in those
hear referring to "fake"veteians'
again his voice particularly
yet wo unable to shake him the hand d
by a frocks that' share the style
know and are assured that he has publications.IT to hear again his friendly valce: yet lightly graceful new _
gone to dwell In that l land where he with the tailored mode.
ISN'T YOUR TOWN IT'S' YOU we know and are assured that he. has honors
will reap his just reward and
; gone to dwell in that land were he
Whereas, He was a member of the U you want to live in the kind of 'a will reap his just reward; and II
Croquet and Horseshoe Club of
Ks- town Whereas he was a me b r nt *h*
simmee Florida and beloved : Millinery Has Scored a Triumph In
was a Like the kind of a town you like Croquet and Horseshoe Club of Kis
friend and companion of its members, You needn't slip .your clothes. .in a simmee, Florida and was a beloved, Hats, for Matron and Small Women .
andResolved 'Herd and companion of all its members -
: By the members of'th.. Aitart : and be it %
Club that this resolution be "printed on A long long hike.,'" Resolved! by the members of the Our patrons have long since learned that there

in( The Kissimmee Valley Gtzettt. and You'll find what left behind. club that a copy of this resoljton be i is Hat for and to us for' it. Wet
.copies ant tn his friends in Ohio only you handed to' the bereaved child ret, a every type, come
MEMBERS HORSESHOE CLUB. For there's nothing' that's real) I printed in The Kissimmee Valley Gazette are confident of Driving them correctness and becomingness -
Kissimmee. Florida new I and copies sent to his friendsIn *"*
t February 17. 1924. It's a knock at yourself when you in the Holland Hats' '
Lincoln, Nebraska. (Signed:) t
I III --y knock your town Members of the Croqi'etand
Modest in color simple in line and smartly
) OBITUARY It isn't your town! -it's you. Horseshoe Club. ,
Kissimmee, Florida, trimmed, make them a most desirable and soughtfor
Gecrri Carroll belovrd wife of M.M. Real towns are .not made by men February 20, 1924.OBITUARY'., -
Mcdain died at her home ten afraid head covering for the women of conservativetaste.

II I II miles southwest .of Lou hmln, last Lest somebody else get 'ahead, ,Purple, black and navy are favored colors. 7
Saturday, age 43 years. When everyone works and nobody ,
Her husband and four children survive shirks, Priced $9.50 to $22.50
L. E. Mahan died at his home on
I III P. B.her Fralick, Mrs, Georgia John Woodward Elizabeth,Mrs.age You,can raise a town, ;from the dead. Main street Tuesday morning at 7:30 __ __, .___.

nine and Youn six o'clock. He was 75 years of age at -
years r. age years.The And if. while. make personal
you your.
bereaved children and 'father the time of his death and had been a The Spring Frock
stake, winter resident of Kissimmee for several <- '?
have the sympathy of the entire corn.munity Your neighbor makes one, too.
in their bereavement.Rev. .. years It was largely throughhis Follows Delightful Modes
u R. 'D. Walker minister of Your town will be' what you want to efforts that a Croquet and Horce-

Christ's church here I conducted the It see isn't, your town-if s YOU. shoe play sometime ground, Mr.was Mahan made has possible.For beenIn . Frocks that blo min the Spring choose. many

funeral service at Roe Hill cemetery ,,Exchange. survivedby shades and fabrics for time occasion.
under the direction of "J. W. Thompson declining health. He is styles, any day ,
funeral director. a son, R. L. Mahan, two daughters! ,
-- Mrs. Anna Abbott and Mrs. C. E. Sports Frocks, Street Dresses'and Afternoon f

.. DOG TAG NOTICE Passwater of were this in city.charge Funeral of J. arrangements W- Dresses, in a wealth of. charming styles, beautifully

Notice I. hereby given that dogs Thompson and his remains were i beaded, and following the vogue for tiny buttons or ; '

found running at large wthout! ta will be imporndcd and shot if .not I '\ Nebraska., i
redeemed within 24 hours Tars ctn In the "new Spring shades of Powder Blue, Almond -

means- e be ust secured H* worn from bv the the city dons clerk when", and on ORANGE BLOSSOM LODGE,No. 80 WATERMELON PLANTING Green, the modish Black and White and always .

highest quality, law f"'e streets. C. H. nRIGCJEnS: f.:& A. 'M. TIME HERE; SOME HINTS popular Tans and Browns. s
I Meets First and Third Monday Evenings !- .
11-St Chief of PoliceWhy '
cost, long service, each month. Fraternity Ha'l. It is time to plant, or to plan to Plain and Printed Crepes, Rosh'anara, Georgette "
Master plant, watermelons. A few farmer
J. L. OvefAtrpet. Worshipful
-and finallyTremendous W. I. Bullock.Secretarv already have their seed in the ground.1) Satin and, Fantasi. In sizes from 16 to 48.
Members: requested to be present and I From the Ocala vicinity ,s uth, tho ,
satis _, Visiting Brothers welcome.I. commercial crop should be planted Prices $25.00 to $100.00

faction. . about February 10. Thirty ml es ..
north it is perhaps safer to plant

t about March I. Coats and Capes Indispensable "
Goodrich Follow the first, planting by one or ; '
two others, about a week' or two bt For a Spring 'VrapVheter ,
do tween each. Then, if frost gets thetrst. t \
iilvertown f the second' or third v.\ill come
vegetablesdiffer advantage. Early' melons are \ } in the North, South, East or West, a

O. 0.> I the melons that br'ng the most n on' wrap is quite a necessity and adds smartness to the

CORD Osceola,,. edge No. 74. I. O. O. F. : t out-door costume.% ..
meets every Friday evening tt Fraternity -i ey.Waterme'on land Jmoud! already be 4
from fruit? Hall..' 1 broken deeply. New land is preferred.And Capes are particularly'-jttractive and becoming't\
O. H. Hammack..Noble Grand it is advisable not to plant this
Milton Pledger _<.?.,?.-. Secretary I I crop on the same land two years in I to the slimness of the feminine, figure Roshanara,

a Ae Visiting; Brothers are Welcome.O. i years succession.between; there the should five or six Crepe, Twills and, Novelty Fabrics rank high. '

t Fertilizing has much to d> with For Coats, straight and flare models follow the'

ers watermelon use from production.400 to 600 Many pounds grow-of n unbelted effects in three-quarter full lengths, '

high-grade the land. ,is fertilizer thin this to should the Increased If- ,Pricesbegin, at ,$12.50 and go to $100.00.. , ""1'','' ,:: "
: i
from 800 to 1000 -
to pounds.
,_ A'
I !,
Lay off the land in 10-by-lO (or . ." f t;
thereabouts) checks. Work in the' fertilizer ,:\," ;i The ,Tailored SuitThe ""'I ; :" ;'
arourd where the..seed w 11 be "
E. S. planted. Plant the seed about an Foundation for the Spring Wardrobe
Inch or an inch and a half deep, six +
I because, in general, vegetables fIn
Kissimmee Chapter No 62, Order
([radishes) are, or grow on, plants Eastern Star meets Second andFourth'Thursduv or Two eight factors seed to the accoid hill. to A. P. mannishly trim and boyishly charming, in i ; ;

that die after yielding plants. once.that Fruits keep evenings at Frater Spencer, vice-director of the Florida: plain tailored suit and dressier' box effects, with al- ;
(apples) grow on
yielding! year after year. Each of Mrs. M. Kat,>.city.___Hall...Worthy Matron agricultural extension in ,dvislon. melons, fig ways short or medium length coat'and"clo' e-fitting x "
ure imnortantly growing
E. V. ,Fox the following Miss Elizabeth Donegan..Secretary I skirts. -
successfully. One is production the ,
.. to be
Members are requested presentand '
LINlCW5t Laxatives I 'visitors cordially invited. other is marketing. As good a crop There are twills hair line stripes sports weaves '
obert. Filling Station as possible should': _be produced just as .

differs,from the others in action, yet,I __ early as possible. Then make the melons ;.E and fibre silk fabrics. ,
as attractive as they can bJ made -
all are effective pure Salt and safe.An : Neid's' Healing Baths so they will attract the buyer and : A Suit for all figures $19.50 to $85.00.. I, '
Pureteet Epsom epsom bring the most money. .. .
salt at last that is easy to take.Purctest '
To keep the diseipe: known an an- .
Mineral Oil. Russian TypeA recommended for rheumit'sm. Ihracnose and sucking insects (aph- BLOUSES IN VOGUE
gentle intestinal lubricant eczema, and all kinds of skin idein, check spray the vines end I '
Puretest Castor Oil-Positive in melons with birdca-'x mixture ands '
stomach Accompany the Two-Piece Suit.
action and easy to give to,children. diseases. Also for Three of 200 Purctest preparations.; troubleFor baths and mineral advisable to spray before these trou-
Woke ',Up Every item the best that skill and water for drinking purposes, bles appear, for "a stitch in time The Tailored Suit worn with an or

and conscience can produce. leave order at 614 t Patrick St., saves nine." ;, hirt waist has made great strides in ,the fashion t. '

,lughing 'or phone 208. : world this season. "j: / :
all of .Play SPRAY effect.
'CHARLES NHD[ Owner'r READY FOR SCAB: EXPERT: Of bovish design and smart tailored ]

., Dressier silks the skirt make desirable! ,I '.
worn over a ;
.n: my baby, was teething she De .rug J.1ww KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA The remedy scab-in/ested;; citrus '
I is of bordeaux-o 1. These .costume. ; '
(so fretful' I could hardly do spraying :s
'' ", should first lust before h
Vina own, Columbus. Oa. .... e ..t .o o.o. o oi peeepe 4ee the first'' flus.h of growth, second Cottons $2.75 to $10.00. Silks $11.50 to 27.50. ; r
rave her every medicine a4" about the middle of the blooming M
[for sick habl. but they didn't period and third, two weeks after the

t her advised frettlnir Teethlna and cryingA and after BIG MEDICINE SALE second application.This THE, MAGIC OF SPRING : w
i Went i remed" is recommended by E. ,
and do. my little girl
.p and wok up laughingand F. D Bullk. citrus pathologist of the Steps Into Footwear ; s
play' Teethlna ha. given per Florida College of Air culture .
(attsfaotlon at all times"tQIna Begins Saturday February 23 at and repeated experiment and tests Shoes the completion of the ,Costume. "':
contains' no opiate or have proved it to be effective provided '( h
I matlon dangerous of the drug turn It. relieve reduce it is applied prooerly and at White is in the lead, and of course it' is to be ; '
I o'Clock time. 3-3-60 bordeaux
Sharp.The the The
10 right
llndlarestloa.trouble It stomach soothe paIn.the fret.and should be used. To it ,,('d 1 percentof found here in the most comprehensive range of ; t1

Mid, Inducing rest, quiet and bottle at some good oil emulsion In crdeto styles, for morning, afternoon and evening wear, ;
is each bottle. A big' 12-ounce
bins; sleep. Thousands of regular price $1.SO per aid in keeping down insect pestson '
ful mothers praise It to the' this bit sale cut to only $1.00 each. Also to the first, 10 people that the citrus: trees at the same timi. with 'any costume, we can correctly ,fit":you. ; '. '

Nina Is ejold by all druggUits.... purchase one bottle at only $1.00 ,we will give free, one 6-lb. "sack (V4 For percent the ''second of oil.)spraying add only We are showing style shoes 'of Quality for all
nd goo to the MoRett lbor- tf fine Self-Rising Flour. This is a real chance. Come quick and
package send The fungus, which causes scab attacks occasions, ih White Kid, White Calf and White j
Columbus. Ga for a can't to new store, just
r free booklet about babies.lissfmmee .', get your free flour. If you' come qur only very voung a.*d tender t's-' .
| us $1.00, and we will deliver you 'a $1 60 bottle ,saving you 60 cents, sues end even ,then a 1'bTsl supply Rejgnskin.Our ,
r -" any way. Act quick while this offer is good. of moisture can is actually necessary take before place.infection prices are moderate-from $7.00 to $12.50. ,

Stewart's Hot Bath, .external and internal, for the treatment of Ixeaves and shoots may beco-ne af- I r

( simple and serious diseases. Rheumatism, rheum tlt, Itch Eczema Ifacted from the time the growth puts i'f o
Laundry, r Skin Diseases, Sore., Old Sores, Bad.Blood Indigestion Heart Burn, 'out until pel'ha1)s'three or four weeks Women's, Shoe, 'Section-Main Floor -' ,

Kidney and''Bladder Complaints. Stewart's Hot Bath is highly recommended -< later and fruit I is probably subvert ,
'six-weeks -
infection for month
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PHONE Ita money' back.. 'Send us-your name and address and $1.00-that's,.all. I I In groves whorec'trus' scab is 'only ..

f 'You only take 5 to IB, drops each day.. For real results, buy.'direct I moderately serious, the first two applications .

Y.:*, J., LING, Proprietor,, from Manufacturer_ ,. and".....big money.., Call l jor write( :''.. :'. rontrol.. ;In should groves give where satisfactory scab Infec- Style Headquarters

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