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 29, 1924
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01157
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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'r, f NOW ON EXHIBITION "Business TO. Men's THE Booster CASINOA Club" FLORIDA TO SEVENTY THOUSAND PEOPLE BAPTIST CHURCH COMES WEDNESftg'

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header will be
I has been formed staged
the
::1 Howard M.Reynolds firms x>f. Kissimmee.among leading Sunday at the First Baptist church
Designs By who to
,If. Two. age purchases of $1.00 or more encour, ha.e.rran..d General Impression Is That Affair. Should Become An when Superintendent Canon Farmer Community House Fund Is, ""''''
; Can Be Seen AtKatz' wjlll) begin with his department ,
management with to give the customers Casino theater Annual Event While.Middle West Thinks Chicago Or 9:45, m. from the third base and go 'Incentive' For Next'Trip.Lett -.
Store on Broadway a free
I : ticket which will be accepted at the Indianapolis Should Be Given Same OpportunityThe ( into tendance home with Bible more school than 300 in at' Production.. ,..
; upon '
Casino
,j The designs for the proposed new any Saturday afternoon. Any At the li o'clock preaching .service Wednesday night,
high school and primary school have one making a purchasd of one dollar Florida held In ed' the the putor will take .. his su. ject. "Is of next week
or more at the storeaV of the club Exposition people that Osceola countycan March 5, will bring forth the eighth: .
exhibition in the windows
of It
been on Madison Garden T4ew God's Will For Us To Be SickT"or
in
York strawberries few
members will be entitled to of Square grow 'a occurrences production of the home-talent Drama t,
I. the H. M. Kat store, corner of one its value accentuated blizsarland "The Ministry of Human Suffer
these flee tickets. Manager C. by a might be mentioned The Os- Players under, personal directionof"_ "
. Broadway and Fosseil avenue.election Two Jordan ha. special feature produce C'i. very bad weather was undoubtedly ,.cools bounty representatives! were ing. Misses Ruth Herxberg and the master character delineator coil, ...... .
weeks from tomorrow an will tions booked for these Merchants' a Success from the standpoint ofi,bombarded with requests for strawberries Helen Chapman will sing "Wl sper- liam Triplett with the able ..aiatara ., .J, t
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be held for the purpose of bonding Matinees. The one coming Florida. As close A check on the at-1 I] thirty-two quarts of which ing Hope. of Mrs. Triplett the vehicle on this ( ".
t he city in the amount of $100.000. 'I. a Pox Special. "Times Have Saturday tendance as could be obtained from bordered the exhibit every day. "We The entire evening service will be occasion being the marvelous fourt' "'.,
The overcrowded conditions in our \d" with William Russell Chang in the confidential sources showed approxi-j I can't get this kind in the stores," said given over to a fe.tI..I.,of song, act play, entitled "My Irish ,Cinder., 'y
school rooms have. been brought to leading role, supported mately seventy thousand visitors to I I hundreds of people. "Where can we readings instrumental and vocal ren ell. 'e'
the attention of the/people of this caat. by a splendid the.Garden and to' "Jo lorida." The get plants like those, you grow in ditions. The history. of your favorite It Is now just'a year since Mr. and d 1- ).;
city for thepast several week. Practically The club organized by the estimate includes some ten thousand"Osceola county" was a common hymns will be .related before they are Mrs. Triplett came to Kissimme to,,
National
+ every day ,it Is necessary: to Feature Syndicate of Buffalo. N. Y school children who were admitted query. Several women tried to buy sung by a quartet, a chorus choir, stage "The Girl of The Flying X,".. '"-l '
turn away children who are clamoring wilt conduct this for free on Washington's Birthday which,, the plants on exhibition composing soloist, or rendered as a duet. The for the band boys expecting that
a period of
for a aeat in the schools., On a eight weeks commencing: this Satur. estimate in of the writer .,the growing patch in spite of the detailed program for the evening time to be here for a period of two '
recent day a count was made which day and ending April 19. is excessive. Clam is made that 24,- fact that they were told that each service is given below: weeks Their unusual ability, together
showed,! 816 pupils in;school that day. is asked to read carefully Every the full one 800' people paid admission to the I plant with its soil, weighed more than "Let" The Lower Lights Be Burn. with their clean, likable methods
This amount is 69 more pupils than page announcement in this issue. Garden during the week while 36,000 fifty pounds Down in Georgia, when tag, by congregation and choir after; won for them Instant recognition -
the first six grades are at presentequipped passes were distributed. ,I a new Pullman conductor'came 01duty. Its"- history is related resulting in an arrangement
to handle. And as this was a It is difficult to determine just ', Mr Gunn and Mr."French were Scripture Reading, Willie Joiner with the Makinson-Carson Post ef
stormy day 'and ,only those presentwere B. AND P. W. CLUB what percentage of these visitor sitting in the smoking compartment. "My Jesus I Love Thee" by congregation the American Legion and the Kis- ,
counted it Is safe to say that were interested Jn Florida to the extent ("Pullman tickets" called the conductor and choir together with- its aimmee Concert Band that has kept
fifty more could be added to this RECEIVES LETTER of planning on coming to Floridaor -aa ho raised the curtain arid came history. them here practically ever since '
number of pupils which would, make OF settling in Florida. The last two In. Then his face beamed and he'said. "Blessed Anthem by choir. They have made many friends in Kis
119 children were more or'less forced i APPRECIATIONThe days the word had been'passed around {' "Oh hello strawberries I Back Be The Tie That Binds." simmee and,many of our young'people .
to take up with .overcrowded that 'Florida fruit was being given ,'to Kissimmee ehf Youngsters on Followed by three'minute.' intermission have profited immeasurably by
y echoolrIna following is letter away and hordes of souvenir eollec- I the outride of the gardens, a taxi feT purpose of getting acquaint their instruction. In a recent: conversation
recent atatement Inade by Attorney a copy of a 1 ddver'and, occasional ed. with Mrs.
and the resolution ton and bargain hunters paid the an policeman Triplett she said to
Steed a plea was made forthe of appreciation asked about Solo-"Face to Face," by Mrs. H. the writer of this
sent to the Business and fifty-five cents required and many of us our strawberries and article, "Oh, of i
general support of thecoming Women's Professional them went away laden with fruit and this occurred away. from the scene of, S. Geiger. course we like Kissimmee * it
bond issue and cited the fact that thbiggest the Club from the members, other Florida products., But there the exposition! Reading, by Miss Clara Ploetz. just seems we have been here always
problem that Kissimmee had Kissimmee tourist camp: was scarcely five minute period durIng -1')' One of the things which'ahould Quartette composed of Misses Elisabeth * No air we dont want to leave
to face today was the building of new To the Buainesa'Women's Club;: Kissimmee the day that the county agents i be overlooked, in connection with .the Waring Lucile Griffin, and here, ever."
schools. "It M a question he said, Florida. '. and publicity men from'the' various !Exposition, was the radio broadcast Meson Albert' Sutton and R. G. The eighth program with( Its site
"of everyone getting behind it, regardless Ladies: We the officers of KUsim-- Florida counties did not' engage someone 'ins which it is estimated reached 'a' Stanfield will sing, "Abide With Me." tinctly: Irish atmosphere.., ifs dainty '
of whether he favored ward mee Tourist Camp have been re in serious conversation which indicated ,million people. Twice during the (Its History). little love story s abundant mirth
school buildings or whether he hada quested to convey to you the hearty an interest showing more than j jweek. at the expense of Orange coun- Selection by orchestra X provoking material weird startling
lot to sell, or did not approve the endorsement congratulation., and curiosity. There is little doubt that ') tv. Karl Lehmann called by many Reading", by Mrs. Eat* Lupfer situation and many surprises bids
.specific plans of the school trustees." compliments of the organization here. the tourist "crop" next year will be "Florida's best asset" broadcast Solo rhe HolySty. ," 'by Joe fair to totally eclipse 'all former presentations
The ptani, of. the proposed new During discussion of the needirof I more than naturally increased as a I"Florida." Those who knew Mr. Stump. of the Drama Players .nd
school building call for a twelve room improvement in the camp and other result of the Exposition and there Lehmann and his methods; know' ,j 1 Reading. will introduce several new members
high. school building to be situated on matters your accomplishments in the are number of indications, that it that he talked "Florida" and not Orange 'I "Jus As I Am by congregationand iq the cast including Miss Lucy
1 iho I tract of land at the corner of, beautifiontlon of your fair city and has assisted very' materially in interesting county exclusively. Two min. choir after its story is related.. Buckets as "Kathleen O'Conner" the
Sumner and Beaumont streets diagmnlly surroundings have been' given the settlers and inventors. I,tes after he' telephone call I| It was said that 513 can be steno bewitching little ingenue ''ead; Miss
across from the Osccola house, highest praise. From the standpoint, of Osceola from a "nll\heta friend now > modeled at this service and all 'seatsare Elizabeth Waring as "Lady Dorothy" ,:
i ith a spacious auditorium and two During the meeting' thin evening it county a few observations might not living in New him his remarks free, but come early.. land Miss Percie Oliver as "Kitty
IIII-RO,: study halls. The design pro was unanimously agreed thAt your ef be amino As stated in last week's i had been heard and two tale METHODIST EPISCOPAL I while of the new faces in the male,
ulv for the additional space required forts, alms and accomplishments article sent from New York on the I I grams from Florida .waited him j ACCEPTS QUOTA OF $3100 1 role, Samuel Kallenbaugh Will appear
fir the vocational training clause* should b. prOpeily: recognized and opening day Osceola county had avery when he got back to his hotel. The I j as "Terence O'Moore" the happy-go-
,hlch must be added to our high the accpmpunvuiff resolution whichw strategic position, immediately,rext day more than fifty more from 1 Methodist Episcopal Church South lucky lead who loves "Mavourneen,"
'hoof here: in order to keep the 0. hereby deliver to you, is the result. seen from the main and only entrance ,different parts of the country showed Rev. John F. Phillips, pastor has accepted with Emmett Cason a. "Capt. Clear-, .
eola High School on the accreditedtut Its exhibit was far less pretf'ntlou"than how widespread this kind of advertising $3100 as a minimum quota t u field'' ,Of the older members of the -
The primary building ,will pro Re.pectfully yours most of the others. But it had was. In the story of the suc verso within five years for the cause cast Albert Sutton' will appear' as
Y 'do six additional rooms and the, HENRY WOOD Chief. the advantage of showing Florida cess of the Florida Exposition the r of Superannuote'Endowment of that, "Bernard Kavanaugh a wealthy '
olans are so, arranged! that six more.IIomll II, J. TRIPP. Secretary. products actually growing The name of Karl Lehmann is written denomination. .The goal for the en land.owner. Sidney RiChard, as "Da
may be added later together Kissimmee. Florida strawberry patch exhibited( brought large not only because of this feature tire church of this. movement is $10- vid O'Conner." Kathleen's father "
with:,an assembly room. February 25, 1924. forth much interesting, commendation.> but because of his ever present 000,000 the income from which is to doubling one of the "Hop Goblins'Iwith
Every thinking n.an. woman boy The editor 'of ono of the New York inp-enuitv and initiative. be used for the support of the aged Aldus Matthews as "Button;, ...
mid girl knows that the city 0"1KI..- TO THl hlU4INhss ANn T'ROF" S- dallies told the- .writer that in his New York is, of course, as good across and infirm ministers and widows and Cap; who steals the. clock, also
rimmee in I now on tho verge of forg- SIGNAL WOMEN'S cr.WI. OF opinion it was the most effective ex section of' the United States j orphans of ministers. doubling a "Hop Goblin." The many
ink her' way to the top of the principal KISSIMMEE FLORIDA hibit there, because it brought home (and certain sections of Europe) al I I IThe: campaign for the fund is being i friends of Allison T. French ,will be
cities of Florida. And'the trustees We the tourists who have enioved 'the fact that there things were grow j I'i jfon I be found.\ This was illustratedTir .directed by the board of finance pleased to know that he has returned.:.
have had this jn mind when they the beauties-of this fair city of Kissimmee ing now. in the open when Ne he people from the,, many differ, of the Southern Methodist Church from New Yoik in time to appear as
rail for pluria which,, provide far ,additional during our sojourn here and York.and the north'were shivering i went"statw who talked to those in the r St.'Louis,, Mo., Bishop W F. Mc- "Father O'Cassity" a priest. Mr.
space In the new buildings. who have appreciated the many courtesiea a snow storm. This Is in no sense. hcoths.-Chicago people and Indiana p?Murry chairman and Dr. Luther E Triplett will portray the leader of the '
If you have not yet seen the plan I extended to us, hereby tender written in a spirit of "we did it" for i|olin people were in the lead in the, 'Todd, secretary The latter has issued ;j jI "Hop Goblins and Mrs. Triplett will
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and the designs In the store windows you o\ir, hearty approval of your ef the bill outstanding lesson of the writer's experience, with suggestions :,I and, sent, to all look speak as "Brldget-Short and Sweet."
of Katz Brothers you will do well to forts towards the beautification of Exposition wan that "Florida rather that the middle west was full of )pooj j j jlet: "The Call of the Forgotten Man," An advertisement elsewhere! in this '
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pay a visit to that store window and your so pre-eminently located center than individual cities' or counties, pie who should have the Florida possibilities "which tells the pathetic story of the Issue supplies further details /
look them over. Mr. Reynolds, fit of activities should be advertised. It is rather an i demonstrated to them. great need asks the church to remember ti
Orlando; has preeented'a very graph It occurs 'to us at the same time answer to those who argues! that be r' The' Florida" Exposition was a suc him with substantial giving N'MELBOURNE '
ic picture' : of the proposed new build that It is scarcely enough that we cause Osceola county could not puton ''I'.S. It was the first one of its kind. and outlines Iplans ,for raising the ANOTHER MOVE
ings ,and It will be with pride that compliment you on what you have accomplished as elaborate an exhibit as some of There is a strong, sentiment that i it sum sought.!
the people of Kissimmee will point and what you aim to do. the others that it would not be worth I should be repeated not only in New According to reports received by
to them as the latest progressive We feel that should f it meet with your while. I York, another year but' in other I I I the board over 2,000 pastoral charges ROAD
step in our history. approval we would be willing to cooperate Another interesting indication of large cities of the north. Its ultimate i.have up to this time accepted minimum
with you, and if It Is tree this county's exhibit comes from the rood cannot yet be estimated But quotas asked of them and many 'r
planting or anything in which we can booth of the Atlantic Coast Line i in there is no doubt that it did Floridaan of them have voluntarily increased Chamber Commerce Wants'Delegation
BEST GAME OF THE assist you have' only to command. the Garden. Mark II. Bradley district immense amount of good. There the amounts. Several large individu
We in our tourist community' here passenger agent in charge of is an equal certainty that no moneyev..r al gifts have already been announced To Go Before'Road
represent from time to time every the booth, had an assortment of fold spent by Osceola county was and re' .
SEASON TOMORROW state in this prand domain possibly ers from all counties and cities other better spent from the standpoint of Th e the oldpreachers DepartmentAgain.The .
we may say all North America We than commercial enterprises. He helping Osceola county, and Florida I many of them pioneer circuit
can combine to have here something made the statement that he considered : riders, who rode through storm Chamber of Commerce has not
Fast: St. representative of tr-o home state ,of Osceola'a, exhibit one of the mo.teft'ecUve and sunshine winter and summer, of getting some ',
Petersburg Girls each or art collectively as may seem because he had a large,num CHRISTIAN CHURCH, TEA ... day and night to serve humanity ana men actionhon the Melbourne road.
Will Play Kissimmee At best so that those who follow may bar of people inquire as to rates and the church 1,300 widows and COO orphans This fact developed yesterday at the n
; see the emblem of our appreciation schedules to Kissimmee Saint Cloud, Mrs C. N. Phillips and Mrs. T. M. better, many of whom are living 1 irf I regular weekly luncheon of the trade
Three o'clock Here and though strangers feel at home and the county with ,occasionalref Rivers entertained Tuesday afternoonat little than poverty. They nev body, when a motion was passed that g ,,
here as we have, that they may,enjoy erence to the cost of transporting the Rivers'.home. A rainy afternoon er forgot duty and the church for a this body get, into co-operation with '
The snappiest: game of basketball 1 the good water freedom from pests, household! goodd. Many people came did not prevent about thirty dence single moment sides and there is now evi similar bodies in Saint Cloud' Nar. 1'
of the 1924 season is scheduled for and a central point from which to, to hi. booth and asked for informa women attending this social affair of last on all that the church is coulees Melbourne and southern
the local courts on Saturday afternoon tour and see Florida and best of all j flora on Osceola iwhen the Saint Petersburg sex:! t; he good-fellowship that exists. as distinguished>! from those who took The program included readings by duty to its fori'otten..ervanh. after the state road department. The
retie meets the local Cowpunchcr Again complimenting you on ,your. Rome of that of all counties. Mr. Miss Augusta Winn Misn Vivian WOMAN'S CLIJB State Road Department will meet in .l
girl at three o'clock. The Sunshine.Sisters sincere and patrlotle'ffOTts and' Bradley was a good Florida booster! Floyd and Mias Margaret Stanford. j' Orlando the middle of March and the'
haven't been defeated thisear. trusting that you may find a way to', and'on a warm place for himself Mrs. Hornbaker. Mrs. Nye, MissesMadgo The Kisoimmee! Woman's; ; Club will 1 members present yesterday were '
>' They have beaten everybody utilize the same sincere desire which and his Imp among representativesof and Eunice Rivera gavevocal\ 1 hold its regular meeting at the Chap unanimous in urging that representatives .
in the,neck o' the wood.. from whence we have to assist an may be consistent cities and counties 'served by his, and piano solos. Tea and cake were ter House next Tuesday afternoon at from all these cities appear before -
they hail WfO are Rf''Ipectivplv'voun. railroad. served. The silver offering was tak 3' o'clock nominating committeewill the board to press their cause. r;
The Kissimmee girls have almost KISSIMMEE TOURIST CAMP. As to whether the exhibit impress en for church building improvements. be appointed to prepare a ticket The Chamber of Commerce also
as good Members. T. C. T. .. ,, for the coming election went on record as ,
a record and the game should I -- ----'-- -" -::-= -=- spring ,of of .. .. recommendingnto
be ficers. the city
to the most interesting of I --
"hrove' improvements be made in the auto n
according to Coach Bowen -
KIsMmmee lost to the fast hills TilE MISSION OF I OH FLORIDA, I LOVE THEE I W. C. T. U. camp grounds. More lights, larger ,r
borough High girls' last week t.hls1.elna' THE NAXARENES building, and more sanitary measures ,
their only defeat this year. I J.Ot'! Friday moon the Union were recommended by II. Clay 1'f
They have' also beaten the Stetson held its regular meeting and combined Stanford reporting for the committee ,, v '1
University girls twice. With records Many persons in Kissimmee welcomed Oh Florida I love thee dear Florida of mine ? with its usual! program a memorial appointed for that purpose.

like these behind both teams the fans the opportunity to hear the Thy incensed breeze thy towering trees of ozonebreathingpine to Frances Willard it being near the Agent J. R.. Gunn made '.,,' 1
Nazarene field worker John Wj excellent
who come to support the local girls anniversary of her.death. report covering his activities
tomorrow,should be rewarded with a Lethaby! who recently conducted aseries I I Thy stately palms thy noon-tide calms, {t. The program was augmented in Interect with the Osceola county, exhibitin
of
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meetings
real i, by talks given by three earnest Madison Square Garden In/ New ,.
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game. The history of this modern Naia- Thy' moon-lit nights divine!
speakers Rev. Chas. Edwards; York last week at the Florida State 1 a u'
W. C. T. U. MASS MEETINGAt rene movement-moUern in its ancientness Yes Florida I love thee Fair: Florida of ,mine.. of Kingston; New Yerk' .E. C. .Rober- Exposition. Allison T. French who. .' col
-- -is full of interest. !In 1t son, and Robert Robothan of Ohio. with ,Mr. Gunn returned from New '
the'Penteco tal church last Sun 1009-less than a score of, years ago Yes Florida I love thee, Florida so fair : "- / Each of these men has passed the York yesterday spoke also on hill impressions
day afternoon there was a',good rep a little group of people under'the my , four score milestone and they gave of the value ,of 'the exhibit
resentation from all the' Sunday. leadership. of an Episcopal' rector, in Thy sheltered coves thy golden groves thy wine-like \ many reminiscences, ,which were of. to the county and the state. ,> J
-schools of the city. a quiet ; unpretentious church and fragrant air.'v 1 great interest. The chamber passed a resolution of

Mrs. M V. Boyer presided over the surroundings determined to put into Thy gleaming bays, thy smiling days, . I'' Rach: member of the. union, also appreciation to Karl Lehmann secretary "I
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meeting. Mrs. S. E.' Moore led the daily life and practices the devotion, Which steal away my care r:'. guest, voiced some mess.o'e of importance of the Orange County Cham-
devotional exercises and the music uprightness: simplicity, godliness of Florida : : today. Mrs. Fripp gave her of Commerce for,, his activities in v
was in 'charge of' -the Pentecostal. 1 the lowly Nazarene To make of their 1r Oh'Florida I love thee my so rare. < sketches of the lives, of same great assisting with the plans and carrying w

choir. Christianity a well < rounded' faith a' leaders. Tea was served by Mrs. out. of the Osceola county exhibit as !l
Five little girls gave sketches :of keeping not only, the soul but also the Yes Florida I love thee, dear ,Florida of mine '_, O'Bannon hostess. well as for his excellent work" in
Frances Willard's life. A class 'ofgirls body as ,the fit temple for the' spirit Thy beaches white thy flowers bright, thy winter's warmth f boosting all of Florida as well as his I' ,
and boys under Miss Cornelia and that to put into practice the so fine ' I own county. It 'was ordered that '#
Lancaster's direction sang unusually teachings of Christ the sick, thee PROGRAM copy'of these resolutions be sent to ,'
well several songs as did also blind the .lame-that all should be Thy lakes of blue thy green hills, too SUNDAY, MARCH. 4 P. M. Mr Lehmsnn as Well as to.'the Orlando -., .
Presbyterian children- with Miss given 'ettent on., Cool summer days of thine .Broadway Band Stand papers. '
Pearl Holloway as. leader. In the Rev. Lethaby's' meetings were Ah ,Florida I love. thee, great Florida of mine. '- The cumber passed a resolution of ;'.9 ?k
open forum of Speakers were Principal marked for their simplicity. their .. t" KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND, thanks to the county commissioners ,.
D.1 P..Sha.er..Rey.R..D.. Walker quietness their spiritualty. Those Chorus I :U' U. J, Burrows. Director and to th.' city commission of Kis (}
U.'. SJ., Smith Be v.;'David Lander. persons who attended most received : simmee for providing funds for the '
Messrs.,W. H.' 'Jones, John L. Over- much spiritual uplift. Their faith So tier.. to, you, dear Florida (, .', March-"Fame and Fortune" .King Osceola county exhibit in Madison. w.
street J. Jt:Eby.;; Her. Knight,'!Clark was enlarged: their teal renewed and My sun-crowned tropic Queen, 'I. \1 '\ , o"mure-"BridalRoee" Lavellee Square Garden, and to County Agent ; .,
.. 'Howell, and others. J I on the, last night of Mr. LeWUllbJ"*. Yourlakes your bays, your sunny days'i; .. Cornet Duet Played by James P. June R Gunn and Allison T. French
The Presbyterian Sunday school I meeting eleven persons had given The they, mean. " -.' Locke the Original Cornet Duetist for their work In'New York, 'with the
happiness "
won. the prize,for: best atte dane.. !testimonials, to bodily re.to ntion.the : ' March Parade of the Wooden exhibit. '
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I .4" 'The"movement ,of Nazarene You're dear-to me, my Florida, ". "" % .i', . Soldiers ,.-._::.:: _______...Vessel. --
,. MISSION STUDY CLASS. j jCI from its bumble, modest beginning In Thy t..rm.er'DeW., 'r't'"' .. ",' ,"r ,' INTERMISSION TENNIS TOURNAMENT' . w i
l.Ther Methodist. MluJ na., Study :1909> has swept around the,world and I' Wber.'et'goI'n always know r,. ?.', .,' ,' .' Medley. Selectlen-"Memorle. of ,. POSTPONED
Mra. Sigler ,leader. j from pola to pole Jtarto Its permanent Thai Ste ....lIotm.. w I
Ceo.d : I'll come: back; ,to you.Dr '; -. >. "
day. very g'meeting,MODj j effect !in Kiufmalee we cannot I ,i ..f Chilean Danc.-"Man.na" ...JUlssudMarch The t.nni.'r tournament scheduled:; .. -
afternoon.,'< Mrs."..fwwls'0'Bryaeoaiuet.d' n ]know There 'are. many whom the r r'; -*- W.' A. MacKenzie: ,' la Sunshine Magazine., .-"Vanguard of Democracy'* i for tomorrow' has been' postponed-, .
ncd 'very ably ,the'Bible ,study 1 meetln 'here- .' 'source, of"greatI .. . "" .t....... .....King definitely;'according advices froat, ,
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,; 'TWO KISSIMMEK VALLEY GAZETTE j
J.- t- -::::

: : them with a bath in an .
treating
TO CHRIIITOnfta : ( -
i .: ... . .. . .. .t ,,I Bonds 'numbered Inclusive Fifteen (1.*.))..bl"to i | -4'ourl OTICH.f
Twenty-four J. Itt*. (14). p ''...1,.. Slat .. Kl ri4.. I and rubbed with French chalk
dried
May 1 1Llond.
Advertisements numbered Twenty-fire :J&J ti }n re istat:: of Olivvr. THW I
(
:i: |
f tale.Chemiat'.
''Thlrly.H.17). Inclusive. .,..,alli. dceit.emi. 'Al TAX NOTICE
have POLL
: .- 1la'! 1. 144.Uonda I To -ill Creditors. eirnteea... Distributeesand UI'I of the department I

I.Itned. . . . .. . . ., numbered. ThirtyTelitlit O51 All Person airalnst. havlnir said EelatYou. Claim.. 'devised method iff, detecting egg

Fllly-tlirt-e. .63)( ; ) incluaUv I."t i I tiriiiand. and CHIlI of you. ar hereby notified which have been treated with oil and

HKJ4OI.IT1ON.; I..y Honda I. IUt/numbered/ Fifty-four ( S4) f. and rc.iulred to present alt? then subjected to the restoration pro-

: !: % a petition h.j.. bn niaJ Seventy-three' (73). lnciusl. pa) ablHoiid ...' claim of and you demand may haacalnst which" >'ou, tho orelthvr .cess. ._,_ $$_ ..

the Uoor.l atl, I'libllc% limtruotlon ) "y J. 1911.S I oll P. Tnw. doceaa.ul\ LateIcaiinmCa. S
of er
numbered Seventy-four (T4)) estate >
for oscooln County. "florid Hoilidn <)>
lot Oiceola County
l by what purport to bo more to one hundred (100), iucluslpaju:: } underalirned x"'utrl.t HONOR ROLL FOR F1FTU MONTHFirst
1hn twnty-flv.. (tS%) per cent 01 the ble May 1. U9. to the Irvin th"- _
: within two yvnrs
Hprcl duly q)un Tax lined Hchnnl rleetors lntrlrt r..ldlnllwithIn No. 4. the All of a*the provided Hoard uf In publlQ a certain Instructionof resolution dale aid estate"......ot. lath. A. nNOT 2924.MISN. "'. Grade: Fannie Craig:, Hrfward In order to qualify to vote

mni. being a consolidation, if the Din Usceola County, Kloilda paei.dand hated January Tyncr Gallon Bryan Charles .
TAW.
I .\. J. f. .
trlcln formeiljr'known an numli..m 4. adopted till Tth day of February. A.. , 1 'l'<:"lrlx. Bronson Jim Farmer Leon Patrick, .
I 4 publlan-\ i
1. 1'. IV24. acId resolution being
thprd.slretIe
*' and slitlnKlhut Cooke "
of bondfl by ...1.l Hnoejal Tax,, ed In connectionwith, this nut loo olelection. -. ; Blake Johnson, Douglas/ ,
-
beheld
usnca election
flltVrHNvtlcv Hansell in the to .'
Iocluek 14 i: IF KK4.l Glenadma City
'' will at Hare
School lstrlrt for t..h.r purpo.. of acquiring Th I"' '' open Reir- Wood tow
the
J bulldlntr rnlnrg-lnK.. furnishIng a. ii). and close at sundown., and 1::. I led lioli Is Poetic hereby, of itlven P..r..I.Inn. that ,0.'ate8.1 ) Elayne Paulk. Billie Bass, . ,
rim
or olherwlKo lmpro\lii, tuH4InUend 110.'nnol II. C. Ktanford AHTnyw" bate John 'McPhatUr...-..n hppIiitbdnpp.eor. l Floilda. will" be open at the office of Evelyn: Piano Winifred 'Tyson, Mary. "
the
for
of achool th* public B-roumls free st-liools) "clu."eUH within for saId elccTtonlly ( the :CuI.en'I Ison of Iteitletratlou. "'hurt.ha.on nt th.' Elizabeth Stephens, Glennys Little- March 29th
poll
> the aad| Special: Tax rU-liool, nistrlrt.and Urdor of the Hoard of Pnbllo Intruitlou . 'I jolty 1 l.kmid5y.Meat-Markit.MAich. Klsslmnieo 3rd 124. and will'continue I field, Mary! Clutwood: Eilseen Crmer on ,
further net : of OeCeoi-4.'OmitilY. Florida.II. Hazel Bennett Ber-
which aald million to remain. am'n each wpuk diiVuntii Lorenu Hunscll,
t: I. forth In general term the amount ofiboada )(. KATZ.: Chairman.Attest .' and including SMturdty. May 3rd Rodman Thalas
Mooie Eilene
h.. the ('. K. Towrll. rteoy.Uoaid n ice ,
and .
desired to Insuetl M I. 6 00 1'. M.
:
fi out k XU A to Irvln
. purposes thereof.' and that thn pro of Public In..trll..UoII.ulI..oIula liCKlatratlou book* will den lie open. Shlpman I Leroy Tuten Tyaon, taxes must be paid on or
; <*ed* :derived: from the '>.lo of MUCh I County>> Florida i I .'d In lh. vnrlous precinct through"omit I'ulmcr Ainold!, ichard Croxton, Mer-

bond should he used for the purpo..* SKAI..) ?"JL'V': the Count fiom Mnndny.\ March itt Shoilder, Iris Allen Annah Mole.Fl'allceIu ) ,
.et forth In sold prtltlon. flnUVHKIIMA8 to amid Including Monday. .-' \
: '! 'th. 1924. 'els Rhudine .Vickers.I .
% It has been nmd*, to appear In OlrcuM Court llth Judicial CIlCUIl.in API"II Tth. 1H4. i I .Ne ,
) L .' to the Hoard of Public I nm ruction i. and fur Osceola. Bounty.;>> Floi'Id.t. InClinntcrj. Any qualified elector whose name I I.* i I Verna Nell Harper Kitty Meiklejon, before: Saturday March
of Osceola<< County, Florldn. that '. Janus H. Na4e and i Ilannflli hot now. on limo JteuUtfntlOH Hooknm i Mollic Meiklvjon, Robert Granger, ,
; .aid petition haM been sinned by more M. Nale. bin ,,'Ir.*. Complainant V..tltUIi iv r" ulster. David George Remington. roo
Xnellojrove, et Kvspojiiilt(*: < j 'Nvwsom
than. .w.nl.l1v. tS'X ) per cent of the Henry Ql. I WALTfiH 4' nVPS, .
duly qualified elector reHldlnir Within. I Hill to Quiet Title: Order of Publiratlon I"iIt >up. <.itlsor vf IttKlstratloU. ... [ Roy Hudxon Mitchell. Hill J. M. .

paid fc' |>eelal Tax School IHntrlct and I : 'The Staiw of Florida to: henryiiehlgrove. -- Coupe, Ix-lfic! Benrfett, Billie Break :1st. -
.' If living and If <.Ua l. all 1 lIP I.ihthI: > \ 1 14 ..
hat It In desirable and to the best Interest .j 'ilIFi liurdctt Wright, Irvin Bowen,
er ' .
of Hnld Kperlal Tax ihool [<1.. I parties claimingInterest. Under HenryHnellarrote T4) THK i OHI3UIT4IK1!* <.AM I KTOCK- , -
hid that ground be acquired. and that. deceased or ofh..rn .lue In HoLHitS| of the. Merchants Fannern [ J Kfirinald A tin lin, Vernon Galighcr.I *
a building or bulldlim' be constructed tint PrImcrtlit. the HilJ of Coiiiplnlutnj Hank of Klrishmnvi, l"Iliit and I Murv Jo Trunk Lucilc McClentham, -

thereon and furnished. and "'lul'l.ed i hereinafter described* VNInA F.t.neil.rovP. : nil whom It ninv concern: N' ,Tlt'hl I4'MiiKllV j Hetty: I'hrty. EHlella: Bu-hor, ..TholmaIljirber ) - C. L. BANDY
If IHlnti. and if T'Ad all tilVKN; that the rclimilM .
exclusive publlo free
: for use a* a { Maud E. L-
.slinmee, Killflmm I Vivian Zeigler, ,
; e chool or school within uld dlntrlct. lull. lies clalminK Inkerest under\ Nina \ Ac Farmer" Hank 'fln" '
and that bonds should bu limucd. lorau..h : f , ,. purposesNOW. tin tho property In th. 11111 of Com. )liquidation! and, that Ihenforo all < rdItotfl Second ( I I
i 1'- THI by the IH FOltl lli.ar.l!:. of'Jit Public IT litKOL.VICD In-;:- ., plaint. S.-nmtn., and If hereinafter Ii Iil9." and described.If d.a.l.: Dr.S. all. I HCCOUJIIS. having or claims or clalmlntr atcalnst to .have. lld Hankaie bills I I Bctsoy( May, Lucile Durra"N', Avalee .'I Tax Collector

r ..Iru..llon'or Osceola County Florida.at parties claiming ,Interims under Ur HScruKKS . hereby notified l deceased otherwise In the 1.1 Hank for pa)'mint, This the lIth n"ll\n.l..Neavet8 Hazel: Smith
I 1
Mi. lonr Rom
; the Ural inerttnir of ald . I ,
.
ilnv of ivbin.trt \ h n. I 124tbFit'hJ.i'h' ..
:' after the receipt uf Bald petition that property In the Kill of Complaint: andhereinafter > $ / ....M MKIta: : n\NK.f..''aiolyn (lsl.'n l Marie Mole. Ordia
Jlz..b"lh "
.. descilbed .
I' bond In the sum of On HundredIhousand \l111I"'I4.1"' 1tpaIlimtmm'e. Florida. 1 Ross Johnston Kelly' Roberts. I
Kls Has
,
If 'In". and If dead all .
-0 (tI O.OOO.OO) Dollar are required Prunes. \ \ partie I J.
J. n. rnxv,
I for tho purpose of hcipilrltm: clnlnilntr iHtercst under KllvabethPcruxas. I r Hy .\B i. ;ziaiii.-r. rluv StcfTfo, Sanford Smith Donald
I bulld-. deceased,' or otherwise In tho! . t Phillips. Adelaide Mary Alice.
ground for the .
I J. log or building and for omntrucUiiK property. In the Hill of Complaint and Klxnltninciriorida.; t tt'>t Yato, Ix-ona HonselT. Lassie John. --=- S -S SIN '. =
the -"me. and for furntshlnir and hereinafter. described.: J. $Crugga. If !
I.JI equipping Mild building or bulldlnir.., IKIntr. audit, dead all parties flalnilnsrIntrretts 1'I ,-:1''r10' '- 'HUM. Ruthk IVrgita, Blanche Cotter
f'
I for exclusive usa ... a' public free under 8 J. scruirK, deceased. PIIU" ( I.Mt"10V I Iliownie Cutler, Cay Tyson Wilbert

j ehool or school within aald HpeclalTax lor otherwise In the property In the Pill ,I I'nder anil by virIlE of the "..,,', i. Nolan! Tommie McLaughlin. Robert
School nistrlct No.; 4, .Osceola .. Complaint and hereinafter. deacrlbed \eMd. In tie. we. time undelslifiieil .1.! > 1-cc Joiner, lied Sesbions Margaret I
I County. Florida, and that It I* desirable : andtue heirs de\Iseca.' Brantees, hereby announce, proclaim and d-tlnn. .
f and to the but Intercut of aaldDistrict or other. Claimants under Antou Kppenatier that an election will be In..Id. at limel'ity I Hi<:hard on. .aST TUB LONG MUtiJ.-

; that cold bond be Issutd,J deceased., In the following de Hall.ln Ii" CitY' of KlpainmililFlorida. i<: Third Grade: Floanna Burrows
J that said honda shall be dated May 1, .CrIhed.property. 10'" II: durlnir the legal hours of \'nt. :
124. hhall be of the denomination of "Lotll Thirteen (11) Fourteen (14) liiaon the 2t 11000.00 each numbered .onll'cuU"I ly Fifteen ( K) and Sixteen (U). of 1021, for the pin'pose of i'J..i'thuiu-) I HiMe iadv (hal"nan] Ruth Deyoreo, I)

., from One (1 It to on. hundred (100). I mock Two Hundred and Eighty Cltv CommlHsloncr of "lh- 4'ltv of Klsslmmee. Vcrnn ))urrl>lh'e. Doris Hughey Dorothea -
; Inclusive. .. paid bond tobear Interest n.slI) of the Town of St. Cloud.Oitreola to serve for tbr*'o yeaIm.' Bcllo Lilavul Harper Opal
Katt have
at the laTe of fiVi per cent per annum. County Florida ncrordlnir ulnnlnu on the list Tum-ininy' i In ,\.U., When you used
payable ...aeml-annually.\ the let day to the Pcmlnole: .Ijind and Investment V. I). 1924. and endlnw on the tint, Rusenbaum Raymond Sharpe Edwin,
'4 of Way and on the first day of Novem Company' (Incorporated) Tuesday In April. .\. D till?.. to till a t Croune Grraldme Potter Lara Bur. up the wt miles in
: ber. respectively. In each .and everyyear Plat of the said Town filed and \ncancv to be caused b>' the i xiilratlonofthe kt.tt. Ronalie' Carr, Margaret Trunk.
during the life of aiild bnnda. The recorded In the office of the Cleric term of ofilce of .\. 101. (hhihvl'(. UK
- bond. shall mature and become Datable of the Circuit Court of Osceola one of thc> 4'it)' Commissioner Atid Hiliia Hansel], Edna Floyd, Katherine your SUvertowns you '. .
a* follows. to-wlt: County. 8at of Florida, on .the"' 1\'.. tin )ivreI.y appoint .1...McPbntter IIUt'l"' '. Murjraiet Merrill Jessie! Hill. .
Honda Slut of A. II. litoi, In nnd .:. II. \'a lie AHIHv a mid I I. N. Hrnt- /
I day Aiitrust.
numbered one (1) to alx ((6) Mary Tuten Leolen McCulIough Billie will lay them aside
ithii l Sam 1. l.unferJi
ton ns Inspettoii :
inclusive p8).bl. May 1. l2L Plat Hook "H" Paa-e 33 and 34" i .. j ,.
.. .s Clerk to conduct paid! election ; Stratton James ,Row ; Harry
Donda You and e'aih of '
tuniberedven (71 to fourteen you arc hereby commnnded -
.
I I IV: WITXl.HSIIKHF.OF.;;! Wihive \Vat-tun, Charlie Hunter, Thoma knowing that only 'x
I I' (14) Inclusive payable MAY 1. 1834. and required to appear on the l'"r"\Ind'r set our ImiidM, ; KM ('1\\. CoininlSHloiierH 5
I Honda numbered fifteen (IK) to Sr,l day of March A. I). 1S24 (same I i ibe of tho .Cltof Klushniiu ,. | Hij'htmh'p.Fourth\ .
twenty-four (24) InclusKe payable .In Kthe Rules. day In Mmoh 19JK I b ,,,. .. of. .. Silvertowns ;
.I.u".III. s.iih twiil I'itv to I. | (;rade: Dewitt Bcecher, can replacethein. .
] May 1.Honda. un. to the Kill of Complaint ttted In this ,
bereuildel is (lix.,1, a I I.st..4 bf the i'itMnnnuir "
J numbered twenty-five (25) to I Sullie BaiVcr\ Willie Blanche Berry
thIs Slut 01.1of Felvriirti\ \
\ *. thirty-seven (37) Inclusive pa>.ablo I eau".ltn..... the Honorable C A i. AnIrtrewn. P. 1 19:1. . .\ 'ft lill.HKKT: \ : Alexander Male, George Stetfee.Lt'N't1t.1er e e "
kJ J Alay J. 1944.I ... Judge. of the ..1"1.1. I Atttst II..> or-CommlsHloiier. ( Smith Kli'/abcth- : I>
I Bond. numbered thirty-tight (SO to and my name nil Clerk tlieicnf and the 11 II I I'OIMHTKX (I. \\'. I'I'I.S": : I Ii'll eyorej, .
-I. flfy.three' t6'3) IntlusUe payable May ofnclal peal thereof this JStli .day ofDecember. > MHn.igtr "II\' Coinxilnsloii, i j jII helen Hansel), Miriam Hall :Mabeltones. ,

3. \IU9. A. D. 1S2J. M K XTX I/ '. Main Jones, Emory Tyner .' .
1 Bond* numbered flftj-foiir (54) t.. Ct. CI. S I I J. L,. nVKHlTRHBT' '1. nk.m .1'1' ..
,I eventy-threo (7S Incluslte payablelloiuln ai .r citr KiHNiiiin| i II-I.t alio, .
!g '. May I. Ie4. I R' H Ilullock '". C. I'I Hiltrn, Man-el King Clare
r. numbered \enty-four (71) Kninn!' & MTIKD.Rollcltor : I JOh"'I1. Virginia Hannah, DeRheta

.. *:[ I. to one bundrnl (100) InclusKo p,.yaf ,I foi' Complainant, 4-9t I ------d. :kMerman.? .JnC' r.ella Aultman.- Edna Silvertown
ble May l iV59 i i i itilu I
J1J,} IT KuitTiinn\ nKsoiA-nn: Thn j CIrcuit Court for the 17th Judlcln i POLITIC) AXNOr.NCIXMEXrsrou : lUiclay. ( Hive Bowrn. New)' Craig,

't this resolution. l 10. entered upon. th* Circuit, of the State of "'l.ii-I.Ia.| In nn 1 . _. ... CORD
records of the Host of Public Intructlon '. for Onceola County ..1"I, \ l'"p1'r,' ---- - - lioioihy XeijrUr, Cecil aBso.' Norn

S of One-coin. County. )'Io"'aI :. I.hLlnlll'l'VIIII..n 0. K"'lln.-. ,\I.- :> SIIEKII: I ll.ill.: (\-iil Johnston, Harry Johnston
'
and that the be ,; fendant Attachment. dtmnireM $. %nll.nn. '
each week for annie four consecutive published wtek onr.I Notice of SiIa.Ti) A 1.1..II.. m.r IIi ''I t At the oolkitation! or m)' r Icttdi I I (:eoiKc' K(')'. Lloyd MtCulfoujth, JohnMuiler.

I S In The KIsHlinmee. Valley Gucelte. i.. MAY CONCKHN: Notice Is berth, ). 'Ken '- have .It't'' .lt'J tn (:-r'thj7latp fojhcntf Hcnrv John :Nave, C. J Neltoli. -

1 I .newapaper general circulation .UIhipuhed -. bv the undvrslviKil .as Mieiiir ol of O-icool county, nultjct ti I Albert Moore, Garland :McAllis-

-, net.Haaaed. In. mId Sptclul: Tax Hihool lls' ,1 Osreula to a wilt' County ot execution, Florida, that Issued pursuant In the I[I tIle results of the }Democratic) !. pr'niary! .. ..t4-r:, Isaac Nettles' ', ICrwin PuRh !LIcI ;"- 'y

( ; and Adopted tills Till day 01 r abo\e ..au..... I did. In Osceola Count.Florida. \'. ''If elected I pledge niystclf to u.so IIPbent r | al.1 SU'inman,, Hubert Smith. Vircil

I February 1KZ4H on the 2Cth day of Jatiuarv. endeavors to enforce all the )law, i BankHoJ\ y
f M. }KATX Chnlrman. |I l>24. levy upon. and lake under mlj ; I I
Uoard of Public Instruction. writ of execution the Interest of William I count ISO suppoit. of the voters oi Firth Grade; : Gladys Rinrhtm2r! .

Attest: Osceoln County. FlorlUn 4}. Kenney.. the ....r..1""I. In the Osct-ola count). .1. \1. SMith.), I .Su-ie Mae/ .Stalling-4. Paul Kilar Bill

: C. n. TOM'KUU "....y. following, Lot 9 of Illook 21. act-ordlnir to tin, _
-- "- Walter
: 1IKM01.1TIOVWHRREAS Plat of the subdivision l of KlKnImmee I .siitJKirTSubject I Robeits. Guy Watson, Morris .
t .S I'Ark. Onceol.i County. Florida and FOII I../L-e Yowcll, Hermon4 Miller Dale

the board of Publl In. recorded In the Puhllctp."rdll of Osceola. -,. 'June I I'udjrett, Eva Mae Conner, Mac Lang,
tructlon of Oaccola County, )'Florida, County Florida. In' Pint Hook I to piimary 3rd Thee l eMic Quirk, Ruth Tales
have thla day passed and adoptedcertain a |at page 41: and aUo the follow In* I i !hereby announce th"I! for Sh'rtr: ivterson l ; Margaret:
S resolution wherein It apncam, I personal properly, an the property of 1..lie..Joiner. Mildred Carr,
that a petition has been. filed with .01.1! 'i William o Kenney, the defendant to- '- of O Ia County. It Sidney J. CntHH Elizabeth Buss.

S. lloard. slKiied bv more than Twentyfive wit: 2 woik.i horses and harnesa: I nominated for' Governor Thee
(%I%) per cent of the ,duly quailI I I two-horse wagon: I mowing machine: 1 wants, to be Sheriff, if not ,ThoU'vnl Sixth Grade: Doris! Bass," Louisa

fled elector. realdlnir within, Special: : hsy, rake; 1 plow 1 harrowimmL' I".u: rsgnTheemhasnt! ', duller Jack Tatske William Pr.thcr -
: ;. ; HchooIIistrict No.4 of tool 'and farm tmnplm' 1 d laim no.time.to; prowl Toni Bell
!
v..x Osceolt mentei4im/ IJ.lhe: ) Smith. '
t' ('ountyFioIida.. for II,,,. puipose of an* Ihe"NW"; .of, IIlINll.: ?an.l I hifi II IMS 3nfthe f1. .' rounI1Jth<#f Lajr Dale
qulrlnir. : ,>'K< \ NWi'; \ { Harry Bert "
f buIldings nlaTklnir furnliilM 4 of1tiid7ownahIp3tl I \ : hd'hieIn-a.: \ other > ,
'
opponcntiilo '
'Inl RobertMach ', I
: !r- or olherwlue ImprovlnNT buildings souttnImi J-I\"t1p Murray Tyson, Oliver : <
'
''-.. S' ft an.I...aeliool 'irround > for tho...exclusive. Tnliahasee", ;M"rhllall'iJ! I '"' rn"'hsr'I''A''II'192..tw'.n'I KeLvoie' ..wlThnk.makegnopromwSggafor.Wthe (Clarson. John Phar, Richard Hilton: ,(,to, "'.. 'tV"1" ;)'(" , I,. .
r,. u... of the public freo. .chun1within $' 1 lifrnl liwurs : ? benefit> of' wxraltP>' Virginia jtai, t.er Mabel .'aniler ,,"j i- ''I" : "
--S.- the aald Special Tax School UUtjIit.WHKHBAfl of vale, before the Cosmic Houiie rloorat ',be Jiypociites.. Thee Refers to lion. Ver -..
....d. KlHKlinmef. Osccola 4'ounty FlorId,.. Thomas W. Hardwick 1'onner na Alrwl. Willie Bankniirht.
In otter fur aIe sell Governor .Seventh Grade;
aald resolution It fur. and tht' utiervni 01 : Nonan Graham,
-, ther appeari that bonds of snld Ills. aid drfeiidunt In aho'o property to'the of Georgia, Atlanta Ga.. Hon. Genl.'vt Ilowt-n Hilda Crow. Ethel

: trlct In the sum of MOO.OOOOO are required I I 1 highest and best bidder for rnsh there-: i I Congressman \V. W. I..aroen. Dublin, I J(.nelC. Eugenia Oliver Chnstine .
for the ror. Till the 2th day of PhilV.p
purposes net forth In January, A'I Ga.,. lion. H C Hammond
S aid petition and said resolution nnd !'. 192d. Lu II. KA1IMKR. '" Augusta ?; Kllp.n. ?* lcler' ella.Fleming:,
S. further." en the. rate of Interest to lie I I j Mieilff OsceoU County. Florida. I I5t (;a., and lion R. N. Hardemann, TwLlSht| "* ', Elizabeth' Steffe ..
ifi .
): paid thereon and the time when the $- Uy. Jiobt. (Campbell 1>. H. I Louisville, Ga. After March first a I .. Jack Bab Arthur ,
prln..lp..1' cud ''nl.ref.I PaId bwidailil I", I II of thy be Fow E.
platform Fox
.. copy can obtained icr 'ru.llk y.
'. become due anil\ piijablw: In Circuit Court for the 17th I Kllt8' Carey Simmons.
.1 .. J4IW. THKIIUKOI", It I. ordered I I Circuit of the tilato. of Klorldu. In ai"l it all hllinir stations Drug: Stores and EIghth: Grade; : Willa Aired, Edith .-
-h..n election bo held on the 1Mb (}" Osceola Count. Pat Johnston and E'OBt Offices in said county 112185. Ruth 'St"ub -
Josephinlt' Roberts '
.! day of March\ A. l>. 1.24. to d> termlnewhejher < I'. ReapectiveyJolepll 1It,
May. el
or not th.ie. Khali bo \I..P. under the firm name and stile of hiirtzel Virginia .
*
Vy paid' IMstrlct bonds In the aurn'of\ ,', Johnston fc (Jan,,". I.I..lnll"C.. Alexnndrc Lee Glare Wi lmm., Frankhii Edwards, Bennett
a.. provided In said I {''tRuk.llIw..k.. def "dn"l. Notice of Kenannvcille. Kl.i.rORSHERIFF .
JIOO.OOOOO aolu- ", herbert Schweikart
) the Institution of Suit Tho stm.. ..< : -----_.- -. StanToy? ,. Dick
purpose therein set ---
i -
4 lorlh. hI ,' Horlda- .'rll..k'lIIw..ck.. Cleveland: .
llllhle 'tlon
only the :
: qu.lltI..d elertorp' of said' Special duly Tnx Ohloi Notice and to all whom It ma)' "'o"e..rn' I __ .Ninth. Grade: : Frances. Bailey. :MarIon -
t4rh..nl District who' .. Is hereby giVen that a suit In) Gi-avep
are tri .hol< I To the Mary su-ffee' Edwin
1..rlll
attachment voters of
eh.1I "..t... The said was on ue tint day of \ Osceola. County:
S held .Iecllo" .h,11 h. February. A. D IK24.! InHtltul.d In tho ''I shall be candidate: Barnes. Edgar Beeland, Arthur Steed.filriJ .
In the a for Sheriff
l
re room to
between Pat- <' said ; -- _. ..
: ... Ticks Ltart.er hop and the City I1."t! :I'I?.i"d.l a*ehr. : set forth.ruuse The bHntc aald. 8ucc4H-d myself in the June Prlmnry. c/d's Catherine Denning - -- -

.j' Market In Kliuiimnmner l Florida In slid suit .."'brne..* tin Interim of "lhe ald I thank you for your support in the May I Geneva Miller.
S .district, and the polls Kholl open III 8doink Jo'r..nk'III'o..k..- In the followIng dn- past, and I shall Vh7..Tnlh (!rade: Rl>cltah Miller
appreciate
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S C and | your vote v
1U" clo.o .rlb.d
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7 at pim- property located. In sceIln
- t K: i. Vane An new. John Mc- Counts:: to-wlt: Heg-ln at a. point I CII and assistance In the future.L. )Wanore Mocoley- Eunice' Rivers "
.'! .: l'h..U.r,. and C. "tail ford. are ..p- foot: N.si-th and ll IOM.6< feet W""' ut the R F'ARMER. Rostn, Mary Louise Snod.
p"'nted 1"p'ctor" for "'\ld' MectlonbbJ2 $.", fh..... corner of the N..ithca.' -'-.---- gralls.
: KlTJfcriHSIt OHI.EHUI, that giiarur. of tb" Southeast quaiter of I hereby candi-j -TwC'lflh racle.: Elizabeth
announce myself G. :Moselea' "
for lcCtiaii '' on 11;. Township a -
5- ii.h.r <- hall be pub. 25 HOIII h; ((1\1.,,'"< !'atr- for 1<< Mary :;
once .eh. week .u... 29 Ea.t and lun tlllncu N' iilh to a ( the office of Sheriff. of o- -tahley,

C' ".lv. ':'" ln The. KlaalmmS.; V..N point ;3a0.I feet North ind J load feet ceola lounty subjoit to the action of .....-- ---- -,
KbUml''Jl n".. -P..".."1 Published III \\'c.t of tjie Houthi-ast coiner of the tbe 4lemncratic! .
primary to be
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\, and Northeast quarter of mild Section IS WHEN I
being TilE
; Juno
PAPEK Old
JSPinr of .n..1. '" >ulllllon, pubTlshld1T.1"1 thence "Mouth 81 deicreen 45 minute If fleeted I will do' my be't DOESS'T'COME : -.1
..* Tax -ho..l ''1"lrlcl. We.t 878 fet to the rlffht-of-way of to tnftrre the laws in this county. HomesteadRniCAke
? IT Is iit oitDKFtr.n the .Atlantic Coed Line Hnllioid C"", -
and
("h.lrm.n and! S..rel.ry 4fr tide that Hoard the I.nny: thence "' "uIII'Y""I'lv alol1t(' tIm. ;. "LVOU'. support will be Dppret' : My father! ,nysthepaper he tenth "
40 I..ue and Publish a notice cclii I riKht. .ot way of the '.11 ain't .
of aald ;
t'oipt Iin. ; ::11looll1t put up. riKht. Flour
election\ In accordance with thla flzmIlroal-tomn1iaimy IA a YOUNG TINDALt.
Jullon rr.c. duo \\.1 or tha "oh,1 lie linda n lot of fllllll .9/A9Ov/ 1.
.nI order and the Lac.., of the of ..bogImmimlng he. dues perusin' ,
: thelmem
Piate of Kept to the 1".llIt of booItllonlnlC
: Florida. FOR it .all night
.. SUPERVISOR
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5'. DONE ANt OItD.RJ .lItalllllllC 211.65 ..CI'"". imioi' REGISTR.X lie ic
tila
7th day or lnn' You are hereby ".11)11 ,there ain't single
i or 'ebruar. A. I'. 1924. to hi. cornnmaiid.I TION.a : < thing in
mind :
H. ),1. KATZ. nppm nr 'In the I itliova cam itie.i ItVorth while to read.

S nard of I'ubllo Chalrmnn.Instru.tlon.MOTICM 19t1.I.nll"e: 0"IVItbeMis Ih" 61h day or Mmmv. A. n. V'e are authorlleTTo And thut it doesn't -
r the n"'nlolo announce the print the kind ot Those
"- ... .Atleat C. : Eo tMCbI4 COUIII)'. Fortda Andrew., "* Judge l of the above Court C. (t. name of n. N. nratto" all a Can.ldat stuff the people need. < golden -

1r YlWiL.Lcy. ammd " "t' ( 'Ierk thereof thl. for the office. of lie tOllses it .
: ; rhn SuPfrv'' >'> of aside and
the day of Fehruaiv .nI Rofc-i says it', strictly .
A D . broivn
oar .:.,.,7Ti'tll'; r U. T'\: J. U OVEIISTRKKT.dreujt tratlon, BubJe..t. to the action of the on the hum_ flamacks sure flo -

\ 1111001 IU8'rHU. ::110. 011:01.\ "bV9 (uutt. democratic primary. . But you ought
,I ., ('otJ.' T"'. FLCI.tllJ. ( CoSrtrKeSfth" to hear him holler
fJ taste like
t JOHNSTON A 0\JtRPTT.: .. when the paper doesn't COme mow when made wity
i NOTICK la h rcoby given that .n Kl..lnimee. Florida. 12-10t METHODS XOW DEVISED FOR lie read ahicut the weddings d""he"

-. e.election betwee,1 will / be h'I"-hl"th.-tur I 5l< DETECTING RENEWED EGGS.I "norti like all et out .
ro..m ITiri-3 / ,
S Patrick'. Harber $hot, UVlPl.iATl4Ftf l.oit'rtx lie ., 1Je&Ce'
_ i' andthe city :Meat Market In Kl.slin, / 1t":" 1) A new deception reads the social doln' with a &
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Practiced
_ '" mee. In Uaceola County. Florida. .hl,I NOTTCI!: IS 1I.n.Uy OIVJo1N. That conqumerll' on th..' mo.t del'lHive IIhout.
_ : .am. being> In Hpeclal Tax Hchm l Hi... M. T. Thl\ck. I'ur..b..r of Tag Cer. ofegga is now atti-aetin lie
S S says they make
trlct No 4. on the Uth day of )March iIflttdi N... U6P. dated. the 2nd d"y 01 considerable interest from the United I the papers for the OLD HOMESTEAD
m of. A.. *). >$**' to determine whether '- JUly. 'A. I). 1917. and TAx 'C.rlll1"al" States department women folks alone
.: / not there "hall be Issued by .,,1 hi nlaIrl..t" 01- No. JlU. elnl..d the 81h day of Ju". A. I which "of aJlrlculture 1Ic'1I read about the'prtles

_ 'I nd" In the .um or $Stun.IIOn" -Ii. 19)1;. ":i'.I flied aald CerUrton: : '. In nmyOffice by the authority the food fume and fret and he'll
for the ha. made and dl'UR'S and
apimlheatton act
purpoae of acquiring itround lax d"ed to I.Puip for j in..i8l that the prod. 110. groan; PANCAKE FLOUR4c
In of
lVf-ie0n"r.VLctlon of a law. Maid acrqrIanee with uct of the hen'when lIold cay information it doesn't -,
certtflc'autea
-, S ., and for lurnlshtnii embrace the following must be 81 fresh have a "rumb-
an4 described property. Attulated i re.h and not merely Just acid 9VOt. and cook
equipping said building build. (hu'eol : In look the But _
____ Ins;. for exclusive, use .. a public rr.. l.ot. I.County.. and, 1'4 o'lna.10 I Inclualve to-wit: part if It ill to enter into intentate when you ought to hear him holler -
S chool or schools within said District Lot III Block and commerce. Large the paper doesn't ,
C. 01 Voo4all & ()oyl... quantitle"-of lie's rome.
r : Only th* duly qualified elector of Acid Sub-dl..lalon of l.ot. are now egJIII always fint to -
U. grab It
U. C7 prelCervf'd n----
.nd lIS by first
and he
I nf.t.r.lcj who are "'...-holder. shall be of F. L & I. C..rn".ny'. Addition hot oil dippin! in reads it plumb -
.entitled- vote. The paid bond. shall Kippimm.e (:\\ty In Tax Certificate to to seal the poPes in I the sh.li. lie doeRn't clear through,
-t No
'- be dated May I. 1.Z4. 1169.>> and F. ilSo., It. of N. HO and are then immediately millS an item or a ad '
denomination of 11000.00 .n"'ci..obtli Itloek U. I'atrlck' Addition ft. ot. cold : placed in Is true. want .
w'
to 9oage. There
Ku
: bear Interest at the .imniee ; Is no ob.feetion lie aye 'ThCJ 'Irri.p&C :D.
rate of m per City. .1'1 Tax Cortln..te No. to the says they don't _
m. practice know
I8S. but
.eflt per annum. payable aeml.annuaU . recently it hal 'WhAt we '
- -; .r. on the let day of Mar and Novem- The "*.la land being assessed at the been found that a number want the thorn newspaper .
iq ..r. .respectively each date of Issuance of sftld concerns of egg I'm going totake guys;, '
: year and rertlflrMit. have
In been a >
day :
4 ,.hall mature and become due and . the name nf Unknown and Mr. flora treating these and sometime sn'go [ li JSe4'1iIei1 ir ttr
Mummer.. LTnIeai I Pgp on removaL from put 'em .ue. St.rti efNI I '
1, _!. a* follows. to-wlt: toe said certitOatea.hali. ; .to storage 110 as Sometimes . a Chapel .. . .
; t.lJumda. ">">.>.>-.d One (1) to fits (I). deed redeemed according I" I.w, tax give them the appearance of have I it SPeMui ......... .
will\ -...
t".u.
Incloelve.-Henrta' numbered payable )4ayI.. 'un day ot March. A. ther"'n D. 1124. on the 191h Ing!' been laId latey.) must be deaf aaaa I I A ........ S.r.6.. k.It....ir.iI t..
Seven (7) to
--u- '-' ; .*..", -.'.tf>.. ncluly v parable* Map Pour.., 1.1; . Clerk:I. f. OVF.R8TRTlIT Clr..ult. : I I'I tale The oil treatment gloss to remove the tell. But dUlnb--yOU oUtht, I Sf....., Areas. I 41 ,....... or '... ;:.
- COllrt. ronlCl"t4 In to hear

/S.-' ,.(' ...'.1'". t- tt I 1.I.U .. Oceola County, Florida. 1 the abeUI with a blast of"manicuring"fine land or when the paper doesn't him come.holler L: .,_ K....... 1' : IfI Irtft.. .., I... giiatcu ; ., .,

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Are: You Working for Your Dollars Visit or Phone
: ? ,Or Are Your Dollars Work- MOVING BROADWAY PHARMACY .
ing for.You. For
Every Drug Store Need.
Start them working for you by "
We have been trusted with ;

BANK opening OF an OSCEOLA account with COUNTY the PIC T OR.ES Ask 77000Prescriptlons.your, Doctor-He Knows:, C' '.t

Big, Enough to Accommodate You -
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cA rNot Top Big to Appreciate You "Quality and Courteous Service""Service -
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DEPOSITS INSURED -""

cS .. ;Our Motto" Phone 8 A
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.' 'Hood Tires Federal Tires Merchants .Special GROCERIES, MEATS AND a.:

MACH 'BROTHERS GARAGE PRODUCE "

Nash Automobiles MATINEESSTARTING F. C. BRYAN COMPANY' a {
Service and Repairs d
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Try our-"Harris" Delivery Service: ,
and
Storage Open Day NightOpposite
Graystone Hotel .
Quality First-Prices Next!

March 1"T Together with courteous treat- '
I I. If, you need your Car Repaired,., Satuaday l ment, !and a full line of everything I s .
Battery Charged. 'New Shoes for in Staple, and Fancy Groceries, .

the'car, Highest Quality Gas andN THE Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. '
Those are the results of
our suc-
Oil, or a Free Theater Ticket, we

are at your service. CASINO THEATRE cess. BOHANNON'S ,'

LUPFER & PRATHER IDEAL GROCERY N
GARAGE 116 BROADWAY "j KISSIMMEE :
THROUGH THE CO-OPERATION. OF :
THE PROGRESSIVE AND WIDE-A- ruh
WAKE MERCHANTS OF KISSIMMEE, G. W. PERSONS COMPANY
Save your Coca-Cola and OrangeCrush WHOSE BUSINESS CARDS APPEAR IN
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"Never Undersold"Drv
O ,, Bottle Caps. THIS ADVERTISEMENT, THE ,CASINO O.
We will give 'you Free Theater MANAGEMENT WILL RUN, A SERIESOF Goods ., ; . '
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Tickets for every 20 Bottle Caps .

., \., returned to Plant.KISSIMMEE. ,'Special Free Matinees Every Saturday For Ready-to-Wear.--Notions "

BOTTLING fight Weeks Millinery .
,. WORKS Men's ,Furnishings ;,

J,' ," ]1'. -Ruby; Avenue Kissimmee Special Feature* 'Productions SOMETHING ,NEW, EVERYDAY J
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Have been booked to be 'shown at these : .5

Our Slogan matinees and a SURE-FIRE treat is in :
',}!,'. ':..,.fu.", '!' ."OsceotaHardware Stands Hard'l store for every one, young and old, who .. -
-' f.m!;; "fJ"!.:,.'..':/"' " '"1I.T"ear.'". '',.<'l!,\.,'!: '' may attend these, performances. There will ,,>(."FLORIDA:;!> '''.!i i"T'i:,,' FEED STORE;' ',,:,,","W-:\:,., ',..,:, r} +
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:: : ,::, ,,:.We handle :Hardware, Boat, s t1"t be news complete reel, etc.program Anyone including making a a purchase comedy, .. '-!;>r ;t: ,",,'"I',. --Distributor.. ,. '.,''I.:' ',! .',,, ,'.
*"plies, Building Materials;'and!:Fur of,$1.00 or more will be entitled to a ticket ''j- t i. . i RI1'! .\ 1! ,1Y .; :"'f\.1":,:\ ;iI' ;"''t-r1.K." ;, ,
niture.. granting, FREE admission to the' CASINO for' n ,
w. have In stock''four kinds of oil Burning . ''Theatre any Saturday afternoon. Tickets > _Horses.: Cow Poultry. Hoir
Cook Stoves all Are good. We are can obtained any day ONLY from these .'
calling special attention to the Giant marchants who are displaying. windOW "Feed from the, Checkerboard
H \ Hibbard Stove as representing' the latest cards,issued. by'the"BUSINESS, Bag" H sy'
advance' 'In Oil Stove invention. ,
Come in and see free demonstration. MEN'S

OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. Live in Our Shoes and Hosiery ,
BOOSTER CLUB" All New Stock and Latest Stvles. ,
for Miles and Miles F
They.Wear,
I: .. SHOES'We I:
Out-of-town folks are invited to come in 'McCAULEYS SHOE,STORE
have a large stock of Shoes early on Saturday; do your' shopping and 106 a
.for you to choose from. We in- KO to the SHOW FREE. Show, starts at' Broadway. ,
vite you to come in and look them 2:30 P. Hats, Caps, Clothing and
over M."LETS GO'First ings for the Lad and FurnishA"

A LYLES V_STORY & CO. *
Save Your Bread ..
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Shoes. Dry Goods Clothing Merchants' Matinee
,, 'Kissimmee, Florida Ami'go to the Matinee Free as '
our guest. We will give a Free 1I

Ticket for every Ten "Coupons" .
T When\ You'Bu? In Attention Our Store You. TOMORROW AFTERNOON or "Blue, Ribbon" Wrappers .returned , J T ;,
sGet\ Prompt '
William FoxPresents, toSANITARY'-.. .
And the fairness of our prices willR --
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please you '''so well that you will .
.come here",for everything'that you WILLIAM' RUSSELLIN 118.Broadway. ICI
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need in'our line. v* 90'R'

CONNER DRY GOODS ,STORE - Ask Us, About
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,' 'Quality Cor''neir"r : Michelin,Cord Tires -
, 2 Broadway Kissimmee "Times Have Chan ged" .,Michelin: Ring Shop Tubes, .
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.(1 ','..:;: .,'< 'CASH,GROCER, HAY:AND '. : ;' -t This Picture wijll also'be'shown '' '
" Get' Our Prices First
\ 'GRAIN ",''-:. i,"' ,-';"\. Saturday Night r
k 'V I 7' ... ," j" REMEMBER YOl CAN SECURE MAKINSON'S, BIG HARDWARE ...
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..L__'_'____ I.... -_ ANY OF THESE MERCHANTS..

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Zdon't know any place I'd rather be gUll this matter, we'll cite you the I but there appeared no concentrated' .
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VALLEY G I chose this place, after ::-touching al- cases of oodles of folks wholampej I effort on 'the show as a whole. inedecorations I F :
Insufficient whenthey
PUBLISHED BY eVery atate in the Union."and the fcroli- strawberry 'patch this j : should were have bee-n magnificent, : C Uf UQIJII

j. t THB KISS1MM4SW V..U.LJQIt'> In California ten years. I believe county exhibitsd: and seeing the rlpenltg I there were no' feature attractions, no .

HVKHY' FRIDAY in it as you do. There are spme \ berries peering out from under band ATMOSPHERE, no SHOWAl -

t. KI8SIMMKK.. KMJH1 !* things. ahead of us, and we shall the foliage! exclaimed, "Oh, 'look at \ ANSI!II*.

C W. B. HARRIS .,. ... !l get.tIIem through this spirit of coperatIon tho '"" radishes! They also tell, ..youthere The writer Will surprised at this in
? view of the fact that of the men
AONTHW" one
B. O. VANS .......
ALLISON T. FRENCH: ______ ;In which we're working are two million of a certain nationality interested in the show was John I.

i i.' ----- _....u.-._ .- Count mo'in qn. all the plans In New, York and. this time Ringling, one of the greatest how-
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I' .. f One Copy HUnsCIMITIO.V One Vrar.i:: ....,....... the future. we disagree not. Wo had all but six men .on earth I'el'hapaIr! Kinglm*

.1 One Copy toll lX Months___-..-,.. From the standpoint; of The Ga i of them atouu: booth last Sunday to confined his interests to his section of
One Copy 'Tlire Months...,._ \ Florida. Sarasota. where" the Giants
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-''Good-Bye. whom ?;Ie had to reply, "Sorry, but I
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i'' ,f, < BnC.r 'd st the po.iofflc at From the standpoint' of iasimmeo, tht>y'k'O All spoken for" ore ttllinlnlr.
It is to be hoped.that Floridawilloomo
i. mue Florida a. m-cond-clna* .
.' L - OR cola county- "Gimme another --. buck next year with a'REAL
I thorised All communication evpt ." Joe Seas I was on the job in Wash. show' *

,I'. eorrPiPoIdefltI ed by the writer.must ,: ALLISON T. FRENCH. Ington lie got a'n' ariiendment to the As 'a starter, the one just closedwas DL ALKJI1' MAIIION IItyot '
S \ .' )t..JOct"d matter will l>. a nice preface. Now we desire "
called for. tax bill through the House Tuesday, )' TH& sraACIlI i'LAnu WITH ......u1'.cut..
::1. .. besides 'getting !1ew"poper'item' to see the complete! book. A ..... .....- ... ..... 'A.AU. ... c..o of .....-. sile. p..tir. -Th u". ... se ...'.... ..
a "r .
It is to be that Florida will\ -
1 \ S FROM: TIII :' Eo'OJUI: hoped ., .._ _,.. ".... MlplS-iUC 'oUf WUlIoUI.017 : -
Foreign A r I from St. into send real exhibition of its fish
: THE AMERICAN : I TRIP Petersburg the record. up a ..-- _Ie. _
r I II |I I.Aside from that he took Kissimmce'n and animal life, instead of the few
When''it to bldwn-in-the-bot-I stuffed, suggestions, that it will give
I comes j two l Exposition (' entIHvI'1Inhll
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 29. I 1'l'pl' :New' Yorkers -
a complete display of
I I novi-ltii-s. those ,synthetic palm '
} I lie senate when everybody; e'e I the] and of the
\\,11.1' enterprise pro ""e1ls
c GOOnnI ',',,4 that Tasco county exhibited : lined) up' wishing. Also. took Flamingo State

t I .... all to the merry.'lleuid I through/ I tile Congressional I Other) States might profit from

'J" With this is.ue I turn the t Ihrol1\I, evei.v I door I which. ru I.ihl'arv'j= Florida's example nnd send similar"

: I wheel, of. The Gazette over t<> : \ I a /jfoo.l tlplinitirtn while- in ( Admittance." I In the afternoon I.n-v expositions( to New York

I A. Neel, wliom I have every 'I j Siiuiie) I Ojirden.; , Itv is /itt .lohns'.n.i "piloted 1 I them 'through I I tliviSniithsnniiin I - .. ---._--

to believe is a better ,'. it !PI' I Harry Kmerson: Ko"- i :;' Intitutind the ("01cornn : HAKIMS .tNfl THE GAZETTE

chauffer than m'st'lf.Mr. I (- H nj J i is as f"lIu"I -: The milleim-i I .
1 '| Art (Tallerv. AlloJ I I !'<:- her Wisaw It ill In- e-tr<-molv difficult to di a.A..1t1t NOVELTY COMPANY' MASTIN IOlnt I5S54ALL C'LARIC&
Neel recently sold his will lie when I the Knights rf ( jn'- IIH much Washington! it ,,, ,>,> lls. '._ d ldiI __ A. .......... __ ...... n.. ('Iuou..u....... 1d5 ."iol ..
l as was ; $ 'j,11'T.. H. Harris nnd the Kissim'imo end ..41. p.-.w........... .dUle ....... ,- ..,c...... ."h .....d... ............... ._1..... -II. ,
.*. M in the Sanford Herald, cume ,j : ( mid the Ku Klux> Klan pl'i.v.. :< ,po'sildito I ('('C in, one shoit day.ithroupli '' Valley Cazi-tt". They have been lb.. k.lUC I....... ..,... :::::.:.r..::,=.'L.:.-.::' .
simmee, saw, nl l wan eon< ]i / ehall I'Hinc'/ I unijiired byu, i negr.i" Ii i ( J ( he courtesy (of ('i 01 '(':\ II1II "'H' and, insepnrnnVs for BO manyivai1 _

I has purchased all my riifht i| the benefit of the Jews iii I Henry !''ScarMrs.! ; I Senis, und I :.Mr.! Johnson. ,( that: it will eem nlrav-'a to see ... -- - _- _pII4
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,. to half the '.tol'k in the 11Zl) I I | 1 '"I'd.'is factories." !I- i I (j"zell I e ti''thinfllMrri: I -I'ltl Illiri -
II i i is without The G'nv.elte.
has spent his whole life in J', I I Anil,!. speaking, : of novi-Hics\ tlio"\' I|, \l I'. I Harris I liiis sold his i.-i'ere.st in
:.t ism and is In "_fl itt a r Fletcher wasn't/ 1 too I Im'n.v: 'I the
everyway papier-mache) oianures I ; that Oranifc" : ] paper which) ) he has conducted for
.'t. give Kissimmee the best .., ( leave/ tin- illlt.n.ctillg'< i I bonibar I !Imeni ,count' wjirunc left us \> ith n trinity ::!s yi'-u i 11,. will enter another field./ !

it'ever had. Mr. Vani 1 I I I diinocinti I were making on vii ri ,ciiiiM-U'iicp, 'wa. like I th';!': ThoM- j ;Mr.Vel: fo-morlv with Bob Holly
: tains his stock in the '' i S cabinet I i officials: : I t on I tin- Sanford Herald bought the
( Tiies.lijy, i ,
CJI : ,
'Mature'!: were about four feet in di- ,
I j' I 11:11'! : i i. interest, and, will be editor of
1 remains as secretary and! oul.iide mill chat wi'lh n piiir 1-1' :1I11l !l',- :and mu-t have! weighed I a I Ieoupla I".. 'puper.( AlKson: T. French who

; I- which office he has so ( ) ':! ,ritl iii It it. We got '"ll I u the I (-eiuite , Iniiidrcd, ]1"'lInd" apiece. Iii, i his' "been cditm( : , goes out with Mr.\ THIt PLYMOUTh MALI QUArTCTTC r*..HMV*****.,..111>

I'' \J I for the past several )'l'IU'R. j (' ')' for II few irinules and lu-artl I i I| I th<- top an cOei-tlic I bulb", lighted bean llarri-' __.. nd l papea.. ...1. _.... ....... bV -.w jpssM .VMt im...Mfc. fc..4MWM_M, W4uM >
For more than twenly-eijrht dike 11 ,couple ..f shot" himself j Itiful, t-iti-iiH exhibits; inside., A ) | The I liazcite: l 11 one of the ObtftbuVjied __'.t__..d.p..i __01_ .4 ....MM_ptotow.. _..
l.idy. , ..
.
,; t I have to the Itit I Or Ili-flin I I / "f. Alabama, ilo-I ; papeis' of Florida and its future I -
helped shape WHS
) much impressed i with I t 1 1".1 che. ; I .
_ \\ i I ha 'will i )be watched" 1 with interest The
: i and poIicicH of this paper.: j I the most firing- ami Senator> j *een) of Florida! and I t ii-.idy to 1",11l'\I | newspaper i, '! fraternity: t will I a 1.0 )h(.

times we have made ( ) j was also present. Florida's anything I a.ski-d us : I Po tbc-y "really I I keenly, cunrerneii ns to Mr. Harris f.e.G.
I
what human ag-ehcy hnRn't.-\ s wennut. playing hookey.llnte grow tlioM'. things in Florida?" flifr-) plan-" and will, h"ij>e for his c-irtir.'i- ,
I I
) ;Irnce as an III live force III Florida!
readers to remember that j -
our j -
i it, we're aslrimed of CHA17TAUQJUA. SUPERINTENDENT*
I but A
i .. (rone ournelf join' n.tli-m.) TamjM Trib-ir. ,
,. tentions were only to t ; to K' clear to :N'exv Yi.rk) tij ; \ ,. couldn't icsist, anie! inl'g.. 1 :

I public welfare. It is i a matter j j ( /aciiitiinted| with Floiiiln' fnlk'. I madint they grow i in Imgiduster I j' - .
sonal pride to that the I we met a ciuipla( ] live fi, 'lIIl' .\.iUhIi'ii ) .
,! me ones mi i I llikc) grtni"! But the' ,lest of the ". .
; of The Gazette )has: never been '|j :Myers in Cavalli of I the ( 'hani- I lime( we( t 1..1:1. : I the trill h, 1 that is. m M Hi:, v.,111 I i- fill, Mr Mu..icruv. :Ii.i.s, BEAUTIFUL:: KISSIMMEE HOME .

4 tioned! or its credit impaired, | nf ( "0111 flit'rev a flu"I :Milford'\ I i u if 1 lln-; of 1"1'" lime--of sonn-tinic, .Ii" ,1\i I In IMI f ff\ \1MII"t.: .,, o, and I
its in written, in t : ] Press. | cour.-e, all. ,". ill! .II.. for Mi. M'i.i it the CASH OR TRADE
.: ii name high Myi-r.s ( 'o , . '', ic New: YnrKi-r ,i ; .1"" aIR cf Florida Jouriiali.sm.. I ) :News, was' annth, of 1 1I t''c'i 1 10\\ III"1.) ). ... rage on x 150 lot, surrounded by
\\e M" \Il1< \ 'ii ,1\ "IKM, I for Dr. :Vuv-
For tho many courtesies. nnd i j I r"'nl'1i\ ..5, of the ]1"iiess \\liu man ,, ,)Il', .. !I1ni''d"1 l "I.I I p.'ih-is.: : fruit I t t trees( (lowers and 511 rubs. Throe blocks:

I, ' nesses idiown me by bietliM-n I -d, !t., trnir "'n.iiigh( I ti> d'I h' :(, :Sol.;, e full \\eix- ill<' itit'il. In /: "I' \Vi-l.!': "..-,,1'| < \\r.dn W-IU-i.' Jroin I 'htisiiu'Ss; ; district-within two blocks all)
: : Florida! piess I nm profoundly( I < I (' how Ill< ky'l'/ "is I hili< e- i i"ii I, n1 l :S''i i'"i I I H<',-,1. II.j1.: -
(I'ountv churches
( Agent ( ;Iiuii( !) 5llIl JI'c'"d. and schools.
t\; I!j ful. They are the sn, of tho I l-'londa.: ''warnmr- } i 'n i Th" Si, i .iIi I ,,, ,;-. Mr.iUi ,.iei, 1. Dwelling has three rooms,
I anl n.ttlll.r! la t f\4\ 00"I fill. I I ( : almtit, \'c-w York., I I'nt tKiihltle I M MMll'l"" I him. I f (P1o'l 'I\J\\\ v-.li. '. j'1! Sll1 -|>;irlor] )) and kitchenette downstairs three
I i : I'i i .ir1. e; didn't: lit t .ed) :a it'W'tin: i !I." I I. i"i' I. tan i'm'it"li, -i .1 II.I .'
(r.J" It is my sincere. hope that l\1 : HII1"'IIL! \ : :l-it'i., > ,nil( ms :and i I bath upstairs.) I Ran.ee and electric
i ii Ii ,, > .1| heater
,' ; ftnte|' so'iie snc! i !II''' I lie "Milt OM-I a W :'Mli1 lilt 111' u( ;'i- mi ('\ 'r,11 ::1.r ,'
; :. f Noel nnd Vans Afcnew will hu\ : : "I' n.s: well :as .stati-tician. Ill- ''on X; vYOI' k t than tin1 nn-troiv: I II'I I I" "" .11, ''I le o-V 1 III C>'<'i .
;. hearty ('o-op<.ration of !" k a >-y| hnt ,rt soi'H bixly nben h' I -- -- --- I C'ORNER
.. o\i-r mi him. He had a biiu-h of .1.! ' CIirRCH AND SPROULLE
I Osceolii count);. and that the I he. but, I :SI.; l I1 \'l IM( K'S
I sonii-' tffistfs; } : which, )h- t'uu'lie-: i I deal: ) with I ilurin,; til: HANi> ) Kissimmee.
t : of success whih theyill | til out hinix'lf.' n"., I pi-o.-eeile" I II I "0111' .- "1 of the week's '-h: 0and Iv, I \\ i\iii\'c: : ; (W Tiii (. .::':;; % j, v Box 111

; / servo shall be theirs. || |' \ ( I Iv a- f..II.\|| ... : "If l I all I II i'- I iiit o-i the winning: 111 1 i jnine -- I I.I I. _
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; Mr. Alli'on T. French who c\i-i > I U'-niirg' / t "iiieo. t" 1 I.ei-p \ . i..i. - ..
" .!<-" i.iipol! I in Florid.i. in mie rj I unit! / : ) I -- -- -'-' -- ..
ably held the position of .. I'I .. lail yi' I 11."I\'nlalh'! : !In-ilijn't) !pav "11of ( 'r.- .is to \\ 1.t: liuv I Ijapp, ri I i it .lu
: : si'Ii-! by -iih|( tiny would I that :SJ.i'.T: ': per" hl'.ur'' s' tiff fm-, li.iildii"' : I'1 i--bvtoiim) ; liiinft.iliiw.' IHr.. I I. : :7 |

r. I I r- The Gazette for the past .* | from SaraH'Un Florida: 1.. It.i liis 1.0,111., soil he. avoided; tlrs: liaiid.t 1| IJunii: rs :a.t i- .itl.iat] : .15. (IM ..vl" i i: i i ." i

.,. t months, also severs his I one, mile, three bumlid ::1I1'! i ry witliiut, "irettinjf! in "ronjr./ \V.u i siipjier.! Mav l Ii" 1"i I Irl.h.J"t :. | Genuine Cavendish
,. \1. with The Gazette this week) one! jx feet seven and! t'ireo it /gn-i'ii (Iii on- "Kct-ii, "h'af'r. n !'u..s .
\" ,
i'i| came to d.'aling'lIh I the hold.
I '-i I iI ]
,01.1:1:
> I I"
::0' devote his time and talents to ini-hes tlu1 J i I' tiv-; |'| ,i f." oli .
; I other Ri'K'!
11'I of ('hoy-I employiaround the. bill.1! od! .Anh I
. interests. ) l;arUUn. i \' III" IJn; I li-avori-i, . .i j I i. :
t.Y Wyoming. I and,' the other hordes, w h'i!,'> ibiimjofficiul ] ,, hind. I.h,- <> li"im'! ) n'liil' it ,i.j} 1 c .ti i J Banana Plants
For the present I will .. t Jr Il note. \\Jial
--- ] or, other relation-thip to tlu Jc-v.'l.'pTi'Oii( ui P/I'j: j .
Kissimmee and 1 make I I I thi'v
I may nun : """un. I' III 1. 1
county Iwaxted the main
,
only gazajboc.s: thereabouts he w.is
)I er business connection, but I I I'Valley Cnxrtte.; !" llt.d"1 FOR SALE
j dollar a minute orator." But Karl j the one who proved, to 1 be the J.. i' I
my lot may be cast, I will nn's j' J '
broadcasting C
although Uan. I
: ;KisBimmee, and will I IADVICKTISIXi In
j watch _._ _ Price
lor .
Jiy. virange county was unoui per plant 50c
I ;, I 'deepest Interest her future fairest, all-Florida:, boosting ono h :; ; FLOIUU.CALlFOR ) I ).\ AND) iE Extraordinary i .
_
: 'and develop ent.. wish for Karl boosts for I.\ '
Or -
) .","".- '"'\ I f
'(\ .1<\Coudbye.ii' , " @ 1" ; , all the time ,
., ( county but there .
" .', ),. Every''once' In a .'while; In lilt< All i I
W D. IIA
i "f. ; 1 { any of the f'ohly only' 8 trit'' In 1 Florida' J
\ XIositioll.som..Lody 'Wouldtalkl"ialifoniiu".tbV'"tlie" )
; '. ..;)gl"). . ":,f'JI I ( \,(" \or.it.A\":<\ ......... " ". !'tutr'1' and : that's (\vhat"". ; makes' i him ; \\ Floridians The 'l\laldnscu\ -Canon. !ICE CtU) I.EMQNAIE: Pahokee Banana Nursery-
Post '
t,, of Florida's best 'assets: And
ME TOO the booths I ic'ed I
Just; for the of tea Ira .
purpose or most refresh- CHARLES
I __ I speech of his. at the FloriJn discovering.something several of OF ruleAMERICAN cooling:, DIMICK. Proprietor
.
) ;tl Reckon I ought/ to say .Goo dinner was our i id..a l : of I| those California admirers wenaske inK) and \\ holesornu beverage tin these Pnliokcc Florida

: too. But don't get the idea I Ir to Ii.' tn to. i' LEGION 1 ,
"In I what
hot .
I 1; moan it-from the standpoint of county of Califiirnia, I art l ,I da> i Hut he sure< you have Plenty -
r you t ht' most intcresU-.t, ? In not :i I

gimrnee. 11. just' applieR j | iu i i I VCY llolleman! iiulu Iinl, l eilitui single, case, at least aiming) tho.se'asked ( \\.<. I I'UKSENT.j: THK; of our /ice which I- just th right

; Ir done zette. with I've it enjoyed it. I :N'IAW York ('ol11r.f'ldu, ], wa < :i J I' I the' 'question ,did,,, these 1"1'1..1 kind for the purpose. I It costs no Gazette Classified Ads bring large
what
I should
Aisitrr t to the ;)(IJOsilion; know I Hit' name of a single countyi >IIII I Drama Players returns for a small amount'of money
p '- have done-clon't know that a (good 1'lorida booster. anyhow I i I ( 'ahifi,, nji. It \a< "California" Iii I more Hun the unclean, impure kin I. spent. Sc

I ever did. I've found some of he "<"/. H"/.ot', "This Kxposition% i 1 them. I It I was I this county. or I that or MS.SIMMIKCasino; ; TilE NEW ICE CO. --, - -- -- --" --.. -

finest fellows in the world made: II dent in New York. They !i countv, with I'lorid.i, or t tin- -i-a-l. ,

,,' editors I've met' during my short talking about it all over the: city. j cms!1..1 I the "west t Il.a-I.( | Phone 121

to the Fourth Estate. But I II you can make New Yorkers i.siI I i Thftc i is SOIIH tliing: to think al","' Theater I GETINFOItMATlOV

how seine of them do their I take notice you've put some in that situation.Along i \

: know That's about probably because what I i /( ovei!;." Itlasc New York may I ] / that line, as veil IK 'oimothers KlSSI.MMhb> 1"'" '.. I H I II. Iy : ( / ABOUT THK

editoring would million I I I i ilollar I skyscrapeit grow I , (some I'Mi.rida/ remaiks in /l.'st' ,
,t _ the Congressional Library. I I ) *'
Business
comment, but it TueLi
.l was aware I :New York" 'Ameiican, ; I',1 University]:
my "journalistic career" ( : \ "Florid..l-IIJ1 but I the dimate"i 1 i Damon I 1 Itunyon's column, arc worth I

months ago I'll finish it in I i i i in its ,In 1(1St. i I reading I lletc- tl-py ate, : MARCeiIGisl Tampa
eighteen minutes more. I i. o. o. rOsii.i.
-- Fluriila Iii
( iiitglt (
sport forman
in one
My "editorial page! ," most of I am tint, i ( . i l..d, | I'0.,. 71. I I. .(o). II.) I F "The ,
'\'el.lI1d i I Rodger! of the I Brooklyn ; \ is receiving more, nrwvpnp.r I In the J-Act Master ,i-"i'ti .. forrtuoM :School in Flori
time has made PIa i i i v Kiuiiiy
a noise like a " ', i in his speech nt the'I All-Flor II pub'.city jn"t at present I than .> evening :.t Fratcinity "
F I'm (saying it so you won't \' nnv otheritntc' in the. tlnion. i )Mull.) da. Tampa and ("ax* Street.
1'J odudq (:; l II(. / ,
liimiiiiii
Dinner "aid Ive was at The: liir; ( ; )k :Noble' flran'l;
league ball! I
Some play1 who h
: of have s
said it '
you aol I ,
i MI'IOM
1 Heach! once! iu I the dim I \ I I'l -.l-( Tiinipn Florida
days of : Ill I' ('"'mmcncin<; I t'u-ir Sirinr I i "MY IRISH Si-ejetaiy:
haven't
i gotten any argument 11.1111"1 Vi.-iitiMjr' ', :, ,
( llieri'I tlie ill-others
I ago when ( hi-\ present lint ,,1 I-. i suininier" at \ : I are Welcome. L
me. But, I have trjed to see not, and theie was such ::Mi.uni i Heach. the inotot-, bout r.>!.,,- ..l ,
a MCII
S timistic side of things, and) I've lr.1 fit 1'alin/ liench: un I elsewhi-n1, t'1'' ... y - - ;'It
of accommodations, t \ "n in I '. golfers all : : <-v*: <:..:..:x:..:..x.. ... .. ........ .. .. ------- ----- I
i to zette make accurate.the news I've stories tried in to The I I that a ,'hul'l'h11" finiilly re-j; i>olo [.l.fyor.s,over. ('\'Cfl Flamingo the hnrs'-shoe land, t th-- I CWDHJELLA"AMAZINGBEWILDERING >4 : 4-:-< :- : : : : < :- : >-: :":":-'>':MjMj :'-:": :":-':-5M9 ->-:->oQo K ;

guests put to I Petersburg are 'liltI
everything that was ,," I in I the pews. He fuithor said .tributiii'f I t to I this publicity. 1-1 BIG
| MEDICINE
: should
' like to have done more in the morning a bell hop .startl- j' In ne.nlv every rew-papei' in the. : SALE I
editorially, but I've tried to d I > ' I United States thi-ic, ( i i.s an Hem tverv I j .!
\ (
by yelling out in the -
day with n Florida: datp line. [
; many things beside. I'll have ( Tl.e I
._\. time now 'for the other things of Uu chu'i-h : "The gentleman |, State could, not pay for, t this. publicity, |'I f Begins Saturday February 23
,
,s. 14 wants to know wheic in j I with millions of dollars. ( Ine of I I BEWITCHING-CHARMING[ 'z' at
you'll
) get a better editorial page.I his cocktail i I Floiida's, greatest asset is CLIMATE:

like this new man, Neel. He is"I i I II TVl.io/l L.......fa item'l e..v.v..L- "?,_ I'll"_" ".n.A -PI.1... I - 10 o'Clock

i 1cS line a good scout und a Io'ood !I to every .render. I The Eiffhtli I '.' Sharp.
: iiuhes) of snow :Monday nitcht Thereader "Community' :
knows |
t. :fl .r Sanford men tell me he's all: to I. \villnut t being
("- rood. I'm strong for him, I (' opening day, then four hours! sjWrificallv must, be informed! that the weather Play" staged in Kissimmee :j t The regular: price is $ I.O! each per bottle. A biff 12-ounce bottle at
f Tuesday morning, and four good in Florida, else the iHisnK' \ sale cut to only $1.00 each.
you'll be Also
and I'm mighty : to the first
would :
sure i gallons of ice sport not be in progress. By William : l.Urcha.-e 10.people that
water to wade Triplett one bottle at
I 't?' will be. lie has bought a home I Florida also received much publicity only $1.00 we will give free 6-lb. sack
t put an extra kick in the x:: if line Self-Risinir one
ia going to be through the little - Flour. This in
a citizen here and I exposition held .} a real chance. Come and
: !. going to help us move along Exposition. Later when in Madison Square Garden this week.' Concert Orchestra .: (jet your free flour. If you can't come to quick
_ .. our new store
'r't'' for the day was below Thousands of New Yorkers visited, : us 1.HO. and i we will deliver Just send
more rapid pace than we've ever the show. !Many you a $1 GO bottle, '
saving
coldest investors : 50
new
cents
for the winter were you ,
and uny
: way. Act
______ before. Yorkers came in with no doubt nttr-icted, to Florida an a Special Scenery quick while this offer Is. good.f'tewart's "
And I snow result of the .
r want to hand out a display many new home Hot Bath
on their overcoats and muf- builders. external and internal
U two to Mr. Harris and Mr. Vans fmiple and serious for the treatment of
.., new. I never worked with or whatever the darn things arc However, now thnt the chow is over USUAL PRICES Skin Diseases diseases. Rheumatism, rheumatic Itch Eczema
a
they wear-why, Wm. II. Ran- a few suggestions to Florida Sores Old Sores Bad Blood
'- -. ,congenUI (or long-suffering) 1 1.men. advertising not be amiss.It may RESERVED SEATS 75c Kidney and Bladder Complaints. Indigestion, Heart Bum

"-Y 0: They've stood for a lot that dictionary couldn't wan a nice display such ns it Gitimended and is Stewart's Hot Bath i I. highly reci

"_ 'me, that I wouldn't have stood last-Thursday-in-No- was. hut it did not reflect by half the BALCONY . . . . 50c money back. Send guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or your
sort of feeling we all had wealth and resources of us your name and
; W. the State. address '
are busting up It CHILDREN . . . 25c You only I take and $1.00-tbat' alL I ,
we realized we didn't really live gave the suggestion of having been . 5 to 15 drops each
/ day. For
buteverybodri real
:I happy. - *. thrown together. It struck the'Ti from Manufacturer, and result., buy direct
save big
,remn.Y ; money. c.n.
ter, familiar with, Florida, as quits Proceeds for write:
Legion "Com :
? ; tVr going to. devote a little inadequate. .

tL tion, T> my'. rarm DOW' and a Tew tell you that you won't find By spending little 'more money, munity House". Fund. Reserved : STEWART'S 1
Yorker HOT
I in br !
BATH
J thlnjri; New York ,who engaging experienced assistance .
j n IeavID1b. SYSTEMI
.
YmJst1c1dngr1ght here Gazette ." Yorker We emphatically : Florida could have made the show n Tickets now atTres: :| OFFICE: 1U SOUTH ; ;:,
In / BRYANT
tremendous ST.
j : : event.
and if ORLANDO.
you're inclined FLORIDA '?
to arj Each News Stand. ,
Please.
did
county well in Its exhibit Hurry, . : .. i'

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KZSIMMER'VALLEY' : GAZETTED. 'FRlbAt; "FEBRUARY' . 29,-'1924 'I' lJ1tJ1.'

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e. .. RURAL COMMON'SENSE!: rat FLORIDA. CAN' HAVE' there lsajgaln lit'average'yearly .'
' BIG DAIRY INDUSTRY.: production of from to
cows year. year. '
Spads ...... P.AYSAs
ADVERTISING' ,
W ; In other words, even though the poor
: "Is it worth the Dries?" .That Is "Florida U goin tgo have a big dairy cows rare culled out at first,' it pays
: he question I find myself asking last Industry,'or it Is going to have no 'to keep everlastingly at it, as there Well As Selling Feeds For Cash! ,
about every tiraa,I visit: a fair. And, dairy industry at all." .That Is the ; is always,, an opportunity for profita-
USE to be honest, I've never been able to way John M.' Scott, vice director'and ,improvement ., We .always carry the best line of Feeds that money ,
SANITAIWDAIRY'CO'S"MILKfICE answer it to my complete satlifacion. animal industrialist ,of the Florida To illustrate,. this, figures of butter- '
and sell for less. Your business
can buy appreciated -
However, it has been answered Experiment Station, sums up all the tat production, for..three associations, ,
CREAM I went to Tampa to take in tn South pros and cons. concerning' dairying) in one each in. Mic i ', Ohio, and and we hope that you appreciate us making it 1 'h
Florida Fair which.by!the way,wasa his state. I Pennsylvania, show that for the first
whopper. Spent about.a- day inooklnjc "We. can, if we,will" he adds "At year the avorago per' cow was .237 possible for you to buy a necessity for your stock
at the exhibits, late in the present we cannot say that we have a I pound., for' the second it was
year for less than have been :
afternoon I tired and .1 .you paying
got edged over substantial, permanent pasture or 255 pounds, for the third year 278,
Into one of the booths to rest. range for cattle Since in the average for the' fourth 292, and for the, fifth
It was the Alachua county booth case pa.turageconstitutes:, 60 percentof year 305 pounds. .The last in CASH FEED CO. PHONE 12 !f
and I got to talking to Mr. Craft year
the
the feed of d.lry..eatt1e. we must the series showed an produce
MKa county ,agent, who was. in charge. go and get or go and make, that ton of 68 more pounds average.of fat than
Along comes a sensible-looking woman which we ,have not got. the '' .. .
and first year. At 40 cents a pound ,, - .
said to Mr. Craft, 11 the
cu
"We have got to build or make a
this head and
amountsto $27.20 a ,
haw ,
good to eat Of course the
u ubstantial{ permanent pasture for for a herd of 20 cows the increased
ATTENTION. his agent! famous told the good lady aU about our dairy cattle, or" we just simply value would be $544 a year. "COULD. BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD.MAKE IT"
vegetable fruit. will never have a big, paying dairy n<--for buylnll'! crt our new January price ll.t of our "BIMON PUKFT.
FATHERS In a few minutes here comes a fellow ndustry. Production records of 17,405 pure- and "(KM HHANDSwhich. have been the Standard of Quality for. tba.., i'
who later on was heard saying he bred, grade. and scrub cows showed l>M.t forty year. with Kloi Ida.grrowera.. l>rlc.n always right quality eon'filrtered. ,
la a'real estate And he wanted "Carpet and Bahia grasses, and not th. cheapest but the bed for rmults. Mao price Hit ofInmctlcMoB '
to know if silage man.isn't a fertiliser.le espedeza for summer, and Dallis that in milk production the purebreds ready. \Write. $prayers.forone, IJusters and Dueta 1)24 Almanac will aoon. be.... '
wanted to when informed and Vasey grasses for winter, should and grades excelled tho scrubs by ,
.Sanitary. Dairy milk Is argue replace the common wire grass which E. O. I'AINTER FERTILIZER CO. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
that it is feed. 12.42 arid butterfat ,
the milk for yjtir folks.It a cow per cent, in production
ominates' on our today. Thenwe
Later I strolled l into the St. Johns ranges
will.beneAt.7CK1r baby. county booth. While looking the should grow' wide fields of oats by 17.80 per cent.
exhibit and in winter, which will help .. _.. __ .. .. ,
Your wife and children over I heard a visitor asking' rye ---- - -- --- (
will like 'It and It will be the lady agent in charge,. "Can't you furnish green grazing when it Is so
use the peel of the tangerine for much needed, as well as keep the land' i
good for you.ANITARYDAIIRYO' making fancy gloves?" In answering., from washing away and the plant -
the lady in the booth showed she possessed food-in it from leaching! downward."In .
a degree of patience which few 1 the extension work at the Florida PAINT IT NOW?
of us ever attain. She said, "It has College of Agriculture last year J. R. CLAY.

never been done I'm afraid they we 'sent grass plantings to about 65 That shabby) house in no credit ,,
would not wear wtlU" armers in 35 counties of the state. to It doesn't look i
} our.7lllmran' And a fellow came along In a min- We fear our efforts have been to) porous.you. Let me Rive it a pros couple -
ute and asked a man in the booth-if scattered for best results. Therefo-e, of coats of pure CARTER Garage and Machine Shop
the sugar cane he was arrangingwain't beginning with 1924, we are going to WHITE LEAD PAINT.
hand painted. I concentrate our efforts to five or six
But aU the questions were not so weU-lcrown farmers in that many My painting docs not cost as -
__.___ __ _____ ____ h __ silly. I recall several Instances when counties. much as you might think. SUCCESSOR TO CLAY A THOMAS
persons asked for and received most "We know that such pastures can Good materials and pool work-
.........HZ ......... valuable farm or home information. be had. We are now trying to convince manship give Ions: service and k

DR; n. J. DENNING One exhibitor told me he spent halfan the farmers and livestock men. that is the true test of economy Farming Machinery. a.
hour explaining to a farmer the This la the way we expect to do iL"
DENTIST advantages of testing seed. Another '
Over the Postoffle spoke of spending hours telling interested IT PAYS TO CONTINUE Obshinseats., .+ Gas Engines and Pum s Rebuilt

OFFICE: HOURS: farmers about the principles TESTING OF DAIRY C .
9:00 to 12:20, 1:80 to 5:0 of pruning fruit trees. .
4 Residence Phone 114Office- Well all this has made me thinkof As a result of the study of rec' '
Phone 158 fairs in a different light.' I've come of cow-testing associations in BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF JARSExtravagant
.................... to the conclusion that they are all parts of the country, the U. S. ,
right.' Their educational value as lartmrnt of Agriculture has 8h".... I
+OOOOOOOOO.oooOto .O.OOO.. shown herein justifies their cost, that in well-managed associations I'
mi.nv times over. They are worth the
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; ATTORNEY AT LAW o These days a fellow has got to doa --

Slate Bank Building 4 lot of reading and studying to keep
KI8HI Mill Eli; KlXilUDA abreast of the times, from being; an
i ignoramus. And according to my way Are ?
<4444444444044446444040440004000064A0 OO. of thinking there is nothing bettsi We
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for a man, to read than his own horre- ,
town newspaper. It looks out for his
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0 F KRIBBB W J STEHD
interests as nothing else docs.
KRIBBS & STEED Now. I don't propone to write a
? free advertisement for the newspaper Here are some costs on Studebaker cars- } Y
0 Attorney and Counselors at Law *
people, but there is nothing wrong
< Kissimmee, Florida with telling the I truth and putting

*O General United Practice State in all Court State and ** the cap on the head it fits, is there! Would you have us cut them dOW1JWE ?
I am convinced that a good news
44444400444440404.06 paper is one of the three essential
of any community the church and are J lavish on Studebaker' formulas exact. We could save that The many extras on our large

4a44a44ooo4oo44oeoe6 I'AT J01INBTON U I'. (1AUKKTT the school being the other two. For some features extra on "commercial runs." .. closed cars would cost much if you i ;

: Johnston & Garrett There are a lot of things the paper pay three and four We are one of the very few buildbought them. The nickel-plated ,
.
of
does for the good community
i ATTO'Ui.ljr'Mr-LAW i too many things to mention ..1of\ times what they need cost. ers, either in Europe or America, bumpers, the extra disc wheels and
.1 them. However, let'a consider for amoment Here are some of those costs which using crankshafts machined on all cord tires, the steel trunk, the courtesy :

4 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank a little of what it doer for affect you. Tell us-would you want surfaces. It costs us $600,000 a year light, motometer, etc. -- ..... s
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4 :
o 4 Building: t'LORIPAKISSIMMEK. 4 the farmer. anyone reduced? to give you this. But it results in that

Oo44oaaoaoaoo44o.6aeo couple Every of week columns my of paper good carries farm In-a Our prices on high-grade Sixes smoothness of operation, that lack of Extras to our men

formation and moat of it has been run from $1025 to $2685.! They stand vibration which characterizes only .
40000000000000..0000000.O. marked O. K. by the experts at the at bottom in the fine-car field, despite' _the most expensive cars. We pay the highest labor"" scale.

II. CLAYSTANFORD + state's agricultural Institution at these extra costs. All because the demand , Every Studebaker car is Ti kenThen we add extras to its

+ Gainesville. The other day I noticed requires 150.000 cars per year. equipped. The Special-Six and the Men who are with us five years or ,
REAL ESTATE RENTALS 4 a little article about how to disinfect But they could be lower if we cut Big-Six have more Timken bearings over get 10% of their year's wages
4 watermelon seed. Now, I've used that
4 AND INSURANCE .
4 Over" Bank of Osceola County 4 method before and know it will do ,;' esecosts.Would you have usdoi.than any car selling under $5,600.in. in an anniversary check. Those anniversary

0 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA( o the work, but I'd forgot Just what it I ,America. The Light-Six more than checks last year cost' us
o' oo'.a'o.'." " " '. is and how the job is done. That one! ; Engineering-$500,000;: i any competitive car within $1,500 of 1300000. ..

.. article will save me several hundrel: '. : _I:t "' Our engineering departments: its ,price. : After two years all employes get
dollars and.who should I thank forit
iOOc' us $500,000 yearly. .week of vacation with

F. DAVIS $ And but my there county is always. some useful 'Our Department of Research pay. That cost us 'last j

: ATTORNEY AT LAW 4OMcs. hints for the housewife, such as how and Experiment ,. year: $225,000.( ( k,

.. .: to make some kind of salad or preserves employs 125 skilled men. Old who
BuildingcIvil employes retire -
ola
Dank or Ow County ;
I tfc..r.ry. i Er1_1..1 or how to do a piece of sew- It spends vast sums in Don't Buy a Fine Car get pensions."t
Hravtlr other house job. {
ing. or some '
Y
KI8HIMMKK FJ..onlOAO It tells what the neighbors' ding >- analyses and tests. until you see the leaders All this to keep men + .t
the actions of Our Bureau of Methods -
and about community j with us while they grow
O .OOO.O.OO..O.O..O..OOO and county .organisation": and Standards fixes Studebakers hold the top place in the more and more efficient.
And it has a lot of advertisements formula,
$ every requirement. -
LUCILE JOliN SON which inform us folks of bargairs in every It makes fine-car field today. To make them happy, so
<10 O merchandise etc. Last 145,167 people chose them they do their best."
JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE 600,000 tests per year to year
There is a joke or two every once
4 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 4 in a while to make a fellow laugh maintain our"high stand- against all rivals. They paid $201,000,000 This is all paid by people
4 CLAIMS HANDLED 4 who buy Studebaker
and maybe a poem or so, as well a ards. for them.
4 STATE BANK BUILDING 4Y inspections cars. But we figure that ,, '
I We make 30,000 -
.00".0"0" '. For 72 years the Studebaker name has '
informa-tion Studebaker each such dollar saves us
a..00000000000000000000000 I C car on during every manu-- stood for the utmost in quality. It will five dollars. Don't you

importance, it Is the newspaper we stand for less.
: never
with
before it out agree us?
is the facture goes
Y M. TILLER look to to record it. And it
j newrpaper that we sro to to push agood of the factory. We em- Today there are assets of $90,000,000
I Real Estate Agency I cause or to kill harmful gossipor ploy 1,200 men to do that. staked on the Studebaker cars. The utmost in '

FIRE. LIFE. AND ACCIDENT false rumor.DESTROY Those are heavy costs. Don't pay $1,000 or more for a car with car value

. INSURANCE LRTTUCEPLANTS But remember how. they out knowing what Studebaker offers. Youare

4. INDEMNITY. BONDS AFFECTED BY BLACK ROT divided by 150,000 will find here some scores of advantages. The object is to give r a
: They form the utmost in car ;
cars per year. you
.00000.0000000000.000000. "Destroy those lettuce plants that Learn what they mean to
you. _
but a trifle per car. ---' value. You will find we t"
' If
. are affected with black rQt you
, A would control this destructive disease I do that if you make com {
, P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBTATLAW In either home garden or commercial $50,000,000inhlants parisona. In any Studebaker "s.

truck field." We have invested $50- -. model, you will
Such in the advice to truckers and find scores'of in which it excels
O..JCESWiater gardeners of G. F. Weber associate 000,000 in modern plants and equip- Other costly extras ways

Park. Florida plant pathologist of the Florida experiment ment. $8,000,000 in drop forge_plants. Our bodies are finished with 18 any rival car.

-I station. $10000,000'in body plants as the operations, including 15 coats of That is why, in the fine-car field,
disease la first evident from do Studebaker coach
The only way to paint and varnish. the Studebaker leads. The demand
of small brown or
PLUMBING the appearance work. has almost trebled in the three '
KISSIMMEE past
the older leaven,
blackish spots on with We use real leather upholstery
s These plants are equipped cars have become the
the edges. Under fav-
near
SHOP orable usually conditions the whole. leaf soon 12.500 up-to-date machines, many of We could cut the price of our open sensation of Motordom. On some ,

becomes black and rota. It. seed- them very expensive. models $25.00 were we willing to use of these models we have never yet '1G

Nothing Too Big ling is attacked in this way, it is soon But consider the alternative.Profits imitation instead of genuine leather. been able to meet the demand.

killed; and if this rot begins within to other makers. We save We upholster our closed models in t
Nothing Too Small it will result in lavishly. We
a head of lettuce, We spend money
total loss.Bacteria. up to $300 for you by building Studethe finest Chase Mohair. Cotton or ,
build without regard to cost. But >
causes this disease, whichto baker bodies in our own body-plants. ordinary wool, or a combination of
All Work GuaranteedTo control requires stringent effort both, would enable us to reduce our In.our quantity production, we still
at the seedbed. Any little 15% extra on steel bnngcoats to bottom.
Be Satisfactory beginning price from $100 to $150 per car. But ,
plant that shows symptoms of the You should learn what these things
immediately On some steels we pay a bonus of we would thus sacrifice Studebaker
disease should be destroyed "
5 Broadway ; Telephone 143 : do not let this plant be transplanted 15% to the maker. Just to get our quality and reputation. mean to you before you buy a car.

to the field. .
In the field the plants should be
B I G- -.S I 'X
watched closely and constantly. Re- LIGHTSIXSPass. SPECIAL-SIX t
and destroy at once any diseased -
move plant that may be found, and then 112- W. B. 40 H. P. S-Pass. 119- W, B. 50 H. P. 7-Pass. 126" ,W< B. 60 H, P.

CITYMEATJARKET soak the surrounding ground with a Touring $1045.00 Touring 91425.00 Touring .. .. ... flTSOOO
gallon of formalin solution ((1 to 60.) Roadster (3-Psss.) 1025.00 Roadster (2-Pass.) 1400.00 Speedster' (S-Pas..) - .. 1S3S.OO
do not replant In this spot for a' 1195.00
And Coupe-Roadster (2-Pass.) - ..
(5-Pass. 249100 n '
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.. 1895.00 Coupe ) -
weeks. Coupe (5-Pass.) ,
least two Coupe (5-Pass.) ,- 1395.00
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Sedan 1415.00 Sedan 1915.00 Sedan .. 26540
., WINS 1C RIBBONSAT r ka
ORLANDO FAIR (Alt prices f.o. b. factory. Term to mt your con Hfl nU') "
,F e Iii'i 4.:.and '
. : Mrs. C. L. Gross of this city lithe .' '. .\ 'KISSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY ,1 '
VegetablesPhone ,;, proud possessor ,of ,thirteen firs _. .
,. prise ribbons and three second pris .. Kissimmee, Florida -"'
. - .. ribbons on artlclea"abe entered at the .. "' '
: Sub-Tropical .) Winter Fall' -whleb WORLD'S/LARGEST PRODUCER OF QUALITY, AUTOMOBILES
44 THE ;
a. : :_ ,,11 was held at Orlando. during FebnaarJ.. ; _
p 12 to 16, inelti.Iyaa .. ../1. ft.
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\ \ 1USSIIIIIU TALUCT CAJKTTB. FRIDAY.. FEBRUARY 21. 1'2'.1, i. .
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EXTENDS THANKSI I ITha
: ? Cad,.. C. C. R -The consumptive taking' six bottles and 1 is snot satisfied(' \I Pertaining To ,Churches T j

( money will ,be refunded. A remedy,for Consumption, Asthma Hay-Fever. *- -" '. Chamber Commerce desires

." Coughs, Colds, That" Distressing Cough of Pneumonia, Couch of Measles, FIRST BAPTIST----- CHURCH to-generously thank each assisted and'evel'the) .one committee who so

J_ ut Whooping Cough Catarrh, Sore Throat, Croup, Bronchitis, a Tonic and from tho Chamber of Commerce..in

k body builder., 15% Alcohol, for a solvent. Purely Vegetable, No Dope. Rev. Walter B. Knight Pastor serving the 225 guests in attendanceat
the banana convention. We also
12 os. Bottle, $2.00. Ask your druggist. He will ask his Jobber. Send 9:45: Farmer a. au-superintendent.Sunday School.Classes Carson with to thank Mr. and Mrs. Jordan

r 'for free booklet giving" directions by''four highr) authorities 4)n.:treatment of for' .1111 sgs., for the use of the theater for' this

.. 11:00 a. nu-Morning' subject: "Is convention which materially assistedin
Tuberculosis.
ft It God's Will.For Us To Be Sick?" making the meeting a success.
of Human Suffer- Those who were fortunate enough
SALE "The Ministry
( 1 CADY-PARKER MEDICINE CO., Inc. FOR or ing." Misses Ruth Herzberg and to attend. the lectures delivered by

.. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper enjoyed a
- >fH on i Helen will sing "Whlspcr-
FOR SALGoocl Hupmobll Chapman ,
t the of Kisslm-
treat and
good people
W A YCROSS, GA.Here's I'lcdBer. *'"" lng Jlope. -
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r will have another
lace again opportunity -
r tI:80: p. m.- -Senior: B. Y. P. U.
: lady nn"ervarle' of hearing Dr. Tupper in tho
FOR SALE-Banana plant 7:30 m.-The entire evening serv-
', :a cents each. w. B. Harrle p. Ills will be.announccd
'J' Ice will be given over to a festival of near future. subjects -

SECOND HAND HOODS. bought old song readings, instrumental nod vocal later. But suppose Fireshou1d:111.terrUpt.

I I I and repaired. The Caalno. _-tlKOR renditions. Yes, your favorite JURORS DRAWN"

t I ; 8AUB-Fln. residence properly hymn will be sung. Jurors drawn to serve at March

,' I Apply at the of nee of Th 7:30 p. 'm.-Wednesday. Prayer term of county court, which convene
i '- Uaavtta. Kl..lmm meeting. on Monday, March 10: Fire has often interrupted bus

; I k X' I VOU HALFord Chassis. $40.00. Can "You will like this church. A welcome I.. II. Tro s, D. P. Eiselatein, II. M. iness. In' some cases fire has

t be seen at Uurk.tt Killing Station as genial as Florida sunshine Partin II. A. Coble. S. H. Fertic stopped a business enterprise
n: i\Z I south end of Klaslmmee. 18-ltic awaits) you" Loin Stevens, J. M. Sharp, Alfre4Bvoniaon foreveA Is your plant adequately

I i t A u1llullhl1 : FOR 8ALK-rtllB-or$ ,,f. Felectcrt* Tomato PRESB'\-TERIAN CHURCH It. H Johns 'M. I. Stout, Jr insured so that if fir,
; 'lante at $1.60 per thou.and. Mallcheck U. Prvvatt, J. C.lihble.LUNCHROOM romes, it would be only a temporary
with order at once to Dean - .
; .., ) JLTtk Heed Co., Orlando. Flu. Rev. W. II. Dresch, I). D., Pastor -- ---NOTES interruption in routine?

r4 You need both adequate Insurance
I FOR SAIylO! -My homo. Emmtt street. School. -
9:45 Prof.D. .
m.-Sunday
close In, all convenience close price. a. The managers of the flinch room and RELIABLE insurance.
..' I I-. r- cash or terms. Oeo. F. Parker HOK B. Shaver, auperintendent. are greatly inconvenienced and oft- This agency repcreents -
621 Ldtkcland Florida. ,llt 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. the -
Hartford Fire hf1surance -
times> tho condition of the treasury
I I FOR SALE:-Store, at Invoice price. Subject": "What Are The World'sNeeds I uncertain, because probably of Co. and for more than

. t about li.000.00 tock dry Roods thoughtlessness somewhere. Every a century that company has
; ; F millinery ladles' ready-to-wear and 3:00 p. m.-Junior Christian En I been demonstrating both
its
r "" r notion: Doing good cash business. morning at ten o'clock Mr. Shaver
; ': Reason for eVllnir. Ill health. Hox deavor.. kindly sends to the lunch room the willingness and its ability to
.' i'I 365. Arcadia Florida. X 6:30 p. m.-Senior Christian En- list, approximately of those who export pay losses caused by fire.
""J
I : SALES 1 0 farm containing deavor. to attend; the ladies prepare ,
: '! FOR acre FOR SAFE AND SURE
7:30 p. m.-Evening Service. Ser
I fifteen acres of citrus fruits. XV4 sufficient food to meet this attend-
mile west of Brook vlll on hard mon by the pastor. Subject: "OurEternal ance. Lately there have been frequent INSURANCE CALL
road Ideal for poultry dairying or "
Home. Special music.
days when children to
} trucking. $60 per acre. Will trade seem
'. t for buslncsa property J. )t. Earnest 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. Prayerand have changed their minds-instead of
'," .\ lirooksvllle Florida. 12-Jti; Bible service. lunch rocm-"all day suckers" or otherconfections CARSON FARMER"The

,. I.' ..,..d. 4:00 p. m.-Thur day. Women's are more appetizing
\ I FOR SALK-Wstson watermelon
hand eelected from large melon Bible Class. Mrs. Katherine West, and the dime is thus spent elsewhere.
1.J1 No disease and guaranteed Teacher. Insurance Man"ra..I&
{ i crop. Then again the half day sessions ..
strictly true to name. SOc per 7:30 Choir
m.-Friday.
p. practice which of
unavoidable disrupt
course are
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lb.. SOc lb. delivered. Pearson
1 ) l>l>nf op fo_. per'.ar.nfl. Oa. li.1i.a lunch: room plans.. Last Monday 0.... lI.b....... DPIIIr .....

;,-, ,,- ..- .-.r.r rtT Y *. Visitors will find a cordial welcome at ten o'clock altnougn somewnat U% ........,. .......... rim.

w tjioso, t thing* ,in Florida1* D'ip-' pi,; to a home-like church. I threatening rain one hundred sev J ,

t> it. we're nshained of oursolf I"utiouliln't nn enty-one names were Kent in at 10
; i jo 1 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH o'clock. But at noon because of 6

t resist nn.swcring. "Vox.Uni -- I h..Itmin., parents came for the chil- --- --'.
; I they in Rev. John F. Phillips, D. P. |
giov huge Uualura.& ( dre'ii and! hilt fifty children came for
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*If I.- tf ._.. ** _.* llOl* --- 'the lunch for :
ouKhhren1 slnitlo comb black Minorca prepared 171. As but
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. J. I..
*. |150 for fifteen. 19.00 per hut.dred. . Ovcrstreet one lunch hour prevails n day, and .
superintendent. Please
: : : :.A Mrs. Milton JMedger Phone be on time. then n lunch Jit minimum p'ice, nec- I g/
2[15-4
rings. 9.41 ;
I 11 ::00 a. m.-Sermon by the ''essarily a loss 'is siintnine'1, when'
: : : ; }FOR 8AI.B-Kurnlnhed or unfurnished Communion and Baptism.: i pastor. those who report for lunch! fail to at-
tlve-rnorn %IninRnlow with bnth.corner l"-nd.Vill pnronlpleqsp (' -
nrouragitheir
7:30:: 1I1.-St-rin- by the paNtr.( RANGE: HI.OSSOM LODGE No.
lot 75Rl 151)). :nrnKe HIM! Intin- p. children II1MI.. 8frK.
to > iood l their;
diy, shnde and lawn roues und tfuhjrct : "V"I(', ans of the ('rOK>." ri-- . & A. M.
z alit' uhl.-ry.l iri np 'f rult and t>rnnirtret 'tijil; : n. in.- Ktiwnith I ,< Suh. port when at 10 a m. I they hand their
'niMi"\
1THfl! *.. elirtri, fil Ilo; 1 I'll' "h.) :104:< :Mnln street 4.U.I jpi'U: "'hat Jesus Said-About llappinp I In rvrry otlH-i- way atTn cs at I Ih"l lings j each month. fraternity 1Iall..J. .
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)lunrh OverMreft.\Vorhhipful Master
room rontinuc" fatorably. Hut
t 'fED---- i 7'UI::i() p. in. -'VciHosd.Tv. :MMup"lprayer \ I I\V. ,U liullork _ . . .
thc .Scretar.vi
frr r t ty I f> roccnt )I'---1-- )have cli' ,rourujrvJllif .
; : n-rvice.! !Sulijrcf; In
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I tlt'IISIII'I'I' Honu'xv h'lt. i i-t-tunt.i| to Inpresent and
iV \NTK;; The C'hmlian I
\ nt.'t,0' Llf, I
'IMI.II. 1/iUHt I... In uit.xl eiindnluli) -' I I Veiling Hrntlirrs "rico,"".
..r urli.- l L.I I:. ,'..110",,". I'! MM..II II I ;M. --t.:::: HI I i ltll( son's I II II .,
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\ ,\'STII'flll'l.t'HI, I:I ,"- XulKlMtt"a! *. H II nf I4"|>n\1 eiflH l 1\\ln>HI. C'nn-HoH- IIov.V.. I O. Iloinl..ik-1-r, M. I 1) 1'jistor Ola.--) l.nj it l<,:ini'it|' I in t'li'l' 'I A ,

lnljil, "-l i I" tien" i 10,1", li.-iM ml\ anil.special Iun! >frtlo\v which: ..' K. '' .1 lj enji) <-.l l lliy
T diilv l'I.'n'l'2.. llovv< nKi > 10:00): () n. ni.--Hibi-! Sd ool. C. 1C. all ,tjivfi.t. .V'nu" 7.> ,\t'".,. |">es _
' r"D :Mis Tuincr, 1L'-21\ Yowill superintendent. School/ flit iiinl .
: .. graded thuall: njf.\c'd l I the -plf-ndnl, '
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iVANTr.n-! buy I.UK. "- ijinintily of Good in trui tors. Ill'lrty't'l.::. rnu'kcM dinner liS well 111Ih... rood: '
nil 1k. sanitary Oxlry, (i5! M.iln come extended you. Men's U.bl" fellowship KI1'! the line -pei'tlie" <. The 1

Hllt-l-t. 2-tfl- Clasiwill be organzed./ Coma; and teacher of the class, John !I'. Thill p<,

__________ \-''\STEJ'1'1- V (iiiultrv of nil bring fri"nd nrtert
)kliuta. I I'f III!:""". It Hi. y I'liirt* ll:0u: t a. in. -:Moining worship nnl I speei heseie i itt tide hv Jotin J I Ovcrstrc'ol -
113lxA'AN.'TK1 : communioilj Sermon by the minister t the Kundiiy ",,'11101 -upnn'ont. n. K. iKisirnniee S.Chaptrr -

: ;=-' hug- lior"'. ""d-i-;; ;;; iiul|>- <>:::10! p. m.-I'hl'i.( I thri: Endeavor. nn>! .1. B Iluirri -. II O. :Sinnford No 02: Order
tvtelt.Vhat iiu\ "- you I>r. Lrmrntn.1rtBh 7:30: p. m.-I'rcacliing; service.' anti! Kodeit l"iirtrii-e| Dr. Isaac I Kuitti'iii: Star incvl.t" Second ..nj i iKoiiith
y IMni-f. 11-8IX 4:00 p. Wednesday. Bible Stu. .Icukina and l Mr. Dve I of I Otlnn.lo) wer.1 l Thuradnv evenings at Fraternity
.-- dy class for those unable to attend in the principle speakers of the Hall.
t\'ASTI-] >-A COIIIh.| of row. Munt,.- evening -
__ __ rcasunablcDr.. Inicruin: 1-i-nioy the evening. Tourists especially! in.vit..d. / and delighted| all with their op- Mrs. M. Rats-------- Worthy Matron
Place. 1I-3U I timiRtic mcssnge. John Vilso' of MJKS 1 Elizabeth non'jf'\nSecretary
I'ANTI1D-To 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. B.ble StJ- Sanford, a member of the Scrnp-iron :Members-are requested to bo present

; r.w Proof. That Advertising Pays AddreBs buy: "Kiddy nficond-hand Keepar KldrlKonp. \>* dy. class of that city \vns also with us. und! visitors cordially invited. ,

Valley Gazette. 11-tf 4:00 p. m. Thurlda'! ).. Junior The Indies helped the social commit- .
z Christian- Endeavor, Miss EdilS' M-! tee I in nreparini the feast -
J Famous. in ? nni J M'si
Wrijley Building Chicato Being Doubled in Size FOR RENT -
S l ler, superintendent. llel-n Pass and Misi Cornelia Lan. CLOGGED THROATS .:;, ,

:!J\.o\;\;, The part of the Wrigley Building Here is a concrete (as'well! F[-OU nENT- rsrt or all of (.room ,.7:30 p.. nt.\llndny" : and Saturday caster and Mrs. Hullock, added to' the Wlicn Tour wind Is plitit. off and ,/,.,

f f ': "fl; erected two years ago has filled steel and glass) proof of the as saying a- ''' "'1\'',,,'1I.1 S'orunfurnished.house.i; $16 Mnln--I.;.-Btreet.> ','..!; Furnlt; >ii d Is:" .Vlsitor choir; rehelr1al. .,IJ.t: ., \I \\ (t\Jkwi\ .$,' I dclirhtfnlncusi, ? of .'' the', occasion by. l>r..slllnfr| difficult you try to ruis' lbs "(tyiIilili'inu :, .
11-tfo
: such want that the north section that "advertising In invited to'all Ier\'ic"! : musical stlcctlons. -' liv u -- ,15' nearly double the floor area of the these magnificent buildings pays. Mr. LOST Church study telephone No. 2C9. The motto cf the class I is, "The fellow anti forcing: air tliruuelt flue -
I who liinuit. 'J )lieI.|II hard on lanes
your
south section third base
is being addrd. stop on to congratulate x
Wrigley has erected an impressive ST. JOHN'S: EPISCOPAL cud your throat nnd ,dilute the 1.1..1| *
; f This north section nearly completed L,o Ilrcaslpln.. sot with garn.t.., CHURCH / himself never makes a TeiReU.
testimonial (
to this truth. 'loltlC''tIIlrf nlll midquliklr '
great > sire eually
Ktndi-r pU-usH leave at 125 .home
?. $u.e run. The classn'ale
( occupies the entire block, slr Rev. Albert it clear (.IaIIiI.| l nLleem riiimvl, nnd the
I ,> They loom large and beautiful. t.t Heward. x NeWM. A., Rector that their;
i
:; immediately across North Water j Huci-ess thu fAr would not IhriMit In Mxillied, and' healed !II>' 1vonardi'ii -
; '1 Street fronting on MichiganAvelWe They typify the achievements of I.[ O8T-L.ady'0 gold \vatch. monofrrum 10:00: a. m.-Church Schcol, in th. ( rau'c them to stop their activities.; CXiuck Syrup (Creosoted). It
-4. and reaching to the height the man who built them. They t4 M. un otic ftldv. a fi-er'a h"nrt onnthrr Parish House. I'lnns are nil laid tohriiiR; the nIrollmcnt l r : of the stand as a monitor over the activity Itewanl. J. K. Marshall 1Z4 I I to ( valuulile" .,'
main part of the first structure Randolph av-nuo. 11:00: a. m. ChorRl up 100( ) nu-n and to enjjv antiHeplic 11011. licit reray -
-i with a connecting bridge. of the Nation's second city -- x the Holy Communion-- celebration <.r the turkey: dinner. that Bro. M. M. << for coughs! colds, bronchitis,

? 0, ,,'... The space in the new section is inspiringdominatingmassi'ebearing L OST-A irold ear rlnw. Friday .afternoon the Rector. and sern-on by j j i Miller i iM going to serve when we criiipe;4ttfC. Croup nix! wtioopinj cough.
between sure cud
Graves Huu I tleasauL At '
and reach : your
already unanswerable 75> in
nearly all taken testimony nttendnnce.
by high- 1 ; class firms in advance of the completion to the POWER OF ADVERTISING turned to the cirave Houie. re xMISCELLANEOUS by Rev. Albert'' New. / ; This clais IK (going to make

of the building.AGRICULTURAL 8:00: I itself felt in the town and is plannintr .
p. in.-Wednesday.
March ;! .
.
;
_- "_" _ _._ _ I will be Ash Wednesday, the first dav of to lo more for the betterment
--- our town than
of Lent. There I any other organiza
VVIM lli AGENT for Hawaiian nrt will )bo Cimmunioi tion KEEPS CHILDREN
j I few hours with Rev. Father B. Golden violin' pleAs call at 123 Sumner St.. nt 10 a.m.; Penitential service at here They say that they ate
here on Monday. The KlKiiltnmee? xJI' 7:45: p. m.Everybody. going/ to put Kissimrnee on the man.

.. [[ POINTERS j]I on a recreation trip through bishop the is Tl- b TAMPA IIL'SINPJKS! COlvL.EOK cordially invited to all .school Every should man not enroll attending with some Bible WELL AND STRONG

state and was the( guest of the Sacred Tampa. Florida. will start five our services. like ; us. Do you
montha'ouraee In Famous turkey ? Every member
Heart Gregg ICIfRIST'S i be there
J. K. QUNN COUNTY College. i Shorthand and TwpewrltlnR. children who are weak and
AUKNT. I Sunday morninjr.
He remained in Tampa until yes- llaokkeeplnijr n 5ou"o:; Telenrnph CHURCH and we will all eat FOR Glide's Pepto-Mangan is
Back again after terday \vhen-he left via the Seaboard and It. II. Aircncy" March 3 turkey. We will be looking for you Ideal tonic. It contain the
an absence of over and 10. Finest (Pentecostal Sunday.Friday.
training
7 for his by : )
home in : expert
Baltimore. iron
two weeks helping! to show to the: teachers. I'onltlona secured. will Brack Street, at Oak I evening: a district Sunday they need for pure blood, bodily
outside world that Osceola can and YOUNG you come? school energy, and firm, solid flesh. At
TINDALL IS convention was held at the
.- ,. '... ., does produce the with Rev. R. D. this season every child will benefit
crops which to CANDIDATE FOR Walker, Minister. church. I Dr. Ira Barnett. -
SHERIFF our presiding
p., j, X "feed the hungry people in the cold In this issue of The Gazette Young Residence Brack and Oak. Phone 326 elder and Mr. Williamson, of in by taking It. At your druffffiat'a.;
\ / liquid and
sections where ft tablet form.
cannot be
produced Tindall -- I-nkelnnd
'. his hat conference
ings into our
: Sunday
'. Not' this season of the year. enters the race for sheriff.the ring"and e.J 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School classes school auperintt'ndl'ntirUV,. address Free Trial Tablets To u.s for yourself]
for / an
To be all h b lth-buiWIna-
'* ), exact your county agent. Mr. Tindall is a life long resident ages. Bring the family. Wm. on Sunday school work of the value of Cud'. Peplo-Mancan. writ. todaY
..rI i with Mr. JFrench of Kissimmee, and I of Osceola county, well-known and Milar, superintendent. Timely and church : John F. Phillips spoke on for on.nH Trial f.<*.... of TaIol.t8 Send
( Mr. Lawler of St. Cloud. have been -, interesting lesson for next Sunday. Evangelism no money- $u.t Bam and mddn to 1
in
popular, and it is the
believed
1 : in New will provea IT'S I 11:00 Sunday school. A .;". llniUnkach Co.. C} .
,'.,. York in charge of the Osceola strong factor in the race.re NOTA8IGtJUMP i a. m.-Divine Worship. Sermon splendid crowd of Sunday school WarrtD. N. Y.Gude's
t. ji county exhibit which was a part of PROM CRITICISM TO I I by Rev. R. D. Walker. This workers were present and all
I'. the Florida State Exposition shown meeting is of special importance. nounced the pro-
f in Madison Square Garden, which is HATE ; MOSTANYDWEdAN cr: =;i' 7:00: p. m.-Young/ People's Meet- meeting/ a success.

.: ) .\. .. located in the heart of the great City ; 3thncv )JI D:1 rr, ing.' Interesting' subject. Pepto
t of New York. I 7:30: p.. m.-Divine Main
The rr, WITHOUT 1 I,: Worship. In. MAY PROVE FATALWhen
exposition was a great succesi ,. spirational Singing Praise and
:- in every way and every Florida rep- 'I, SlOE STEPPING T.l>.KE<; ThINKINc: LJ ..... timony. Sermon by Rev. R. D. Walk Tes Tonic and Blood Enricher
''I resentative"came back convinced that er.
: VOW A.W/V AIIIDNOT v Will Kixnimmee Peoole
\ it Learn
would be of untold'
benefit to the 7:30: p. m.-Tuesday The
Bible
y; : : Importance
tate Study. of It?
but we all AMEAP/
were
glad to get Sermon by
: pastor. Pentecostal Backache is
t I. bpck once more to where I tench- only a simple thing at
I snow and ing. Tarrying/ for the first: "But sir
I ice are minus qualities. the Baptism of there I is one debt you
i I "' Spirit Acts 1:8.: But if you find 'tis from the have not paid
one
Have kidneys obligation
; you
: '
you given
t. the 7:30
your :
grove p. m.-Thursdnv. Healinr of ; have not met."
i If spring application of fertilizer yet? the Sick. James 5J4-16.: Bible That serious kidney "I cannot conceive
not, do so at the earliest possible teaching.' follow troubles may what debt have!
t' z :: date as dry weather ; not paid einjf an honest man. I
set in 2:30
may :
now
m. That
p. -
Friday. United Inter- dropsy or always paid the
and keep the fertilizer from cession. Erght's disease grocer, the merchant
becom- EL All invited. Send in mav he thp fatal the hired
I "I' I ing available prayer end. man. I
,, should it be put on. .'. requests. You owe no man any
Now I. the time to begin will be /glad to know the fol- thing.
-F' I J" to spray for melanose and citrus preparing scab Z ? each Communion month. service first Sunday lowing experience. i "Yes ?" But, sir, there is one debt

:. ;' Bordeaux oil is the spray to use for ---I--- taken Foreign Missionary! offering 'TU the statement of a Kissimmee you have not paid. one obligation you

''.,' both of these and can be made at I month at second Sunday each citizen. have not met. You have not met
., 4" home or bought from the evening service. Mrs. A. J Kev, 803: Hughey street, your obligation to the old preacher!"

. ufacturing companies. spray man "Behold." ,1st to obey i is better than s"cnfice. says: "I endured severe misery from "Hm! In debt to the old preacher!
The truck Samuel 16:22.: "We backache. Mornings back How do you make that "
growers should be my was out? _
sure ought to
f'l'"I the obey God rather than SOle and lame and I "Simple
drainage ditches! men.e could enough while
scarcely ; yotrwerej.uay
) F 4 II: are open as Ac... 5:29.VISiTING. start
: ". much as possible in order to get the my housework. My feet bloated with your commercial transac
!:... water oft the badly and I had to take hold tions or farm
...... __ __.._._......._ __..young,_u.crop. ,as. quickly t br--i I-eu A ..3A'gq av. chair to keep from of a busy your work, he was
-- falling with maintaining
w anQ tne dis- stable moral con
: BVU culth'at- MASONS INVITEDTO ziness. :
74 ai-1; .T-; crop to keep; KISSIMMEE TOURIST CAMP Drug I got Doan's Pills at Minick'spletely ditions of society without which you

',. .Crowing. Thj rain packs the soil and SONG SERVICE LEAGUE MEETS NEXT MONDAY'S MEETING Store." and they cured me com could not have done business at all

wnlesg it is loosened up In order that Oh, I ain't got no permanent Address MARCH 3 Price flOe nor accumulated your property; nor
the air can get. in your crop cannot As around this wprld I .. at all dealers. Don't would your nrooerty have any value.
_ _. roam The church Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80 F. simply' ""k for a kidney lie
hit
1 f spent time
i TOW.J ain't got any regular place service league of St and A. M., starts remedy-iret and energy that
Call on yon* county agent for any That I can call a Home. John'a Church, will meet at the ParIsh with promising off the new year \Pit-"I1"}} that Mri. Kev you might' be rich; and now he is old

t f assistance yon 'may,,need. I've travelled all over Florida\ House, Monday, March 81. at 3:30 year. Work in prospects Entered for a good falo'jfY. r-Mtlburn Co., Mfrs, Buf- and poor never having done business

/ i l' 'BISHOP .IS Prom Mexico's Golf t* the Sea P. M. MRS. G. W. BEST; Degree will be conferred Apprentls for the purpose of accumulating

.. ):J( "- ,' TAMPA ENTERTAINED." AT' But. Kisiimmee's'. coed Free Tourist Secretary and Treasurer.The'Three ailing March 3, and all members Monday ev- PAYiNG DEBTS property." but always helping yon_.s.dyour.
.of .
I- : ifc ..., CamD I' the fraternity, _
Archbishop M. J. Cur1y.5sp.nt Is HOME "' Wise Men are: Stop are requested to be "I see, I never looked It from
SWEET at
;
'1..' S .. HOME to.Me. and present. Visiting Masons (Contributed)
-: In the
S .: 'I'" ,r; .. Ifok, LIaten..Geoz-gja Highways:' are cordially' invited 'to city ."That's what 1 have always that angle before. .,YotP' are rijrht. ,...
attend.
done and
) '"
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being Jlr- aub "the'
an 10"
. honest ripUbn
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<.'J/ : ---1'i man. Old ...
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\ KlSSIMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY FEBRUARY'29, 1024 .,HYEN

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WILSON A TOOMER FERTILIZERS I .Mr.- and Mrs E.> Lesley,were,oin, Mr. and Mrs. Cook F. F. Wixon Piano was knocked. ..downby an au..t-1
SOLD BY ,1L C. STANFORD. town Thursday attending to business and Miss Elsie Wixon,' of 2463 East tomobile, causing concussion of, the ,.
and greeting friends._' 66 Place; Chicago' spent\ Wednesdays)t brain. She was .unconscious several t'
Mist Evelyn' Elamvisited Tampa, evening atnhe Graystone hotel.- The daya'and was e in a 'serious condition
Monday John T. Henderson of Tampa,whileon party is touring the state and will when the last messages came here. "
'_ a business trip here, Is registered make Tampa and St. Petersburg their

peal Happenings Born To' Mr. and Mrs; Clarence' at .the Graystone.Mrs. destination.Mr.. Cook paid Kissim WOOD!, WOOD I WOOD'!
mee a compliment! when he told are
Eby;a son, on Sunday, February 24.Woodbeck .
II G. Seiver has been' con: porter for The Gazette that "Kisslm- 1 amjastomera still prepared to furnish my.

.' I. ".>.. _ .' ...... newest fined to her home for a few days on mee is one of the most hospitable with 120, veneer bloc
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.- ::'-- : :""' the Hat croationMrs, .Sjrlnr I account of illness. cities on the Dixie Highway. We willarrange 15-Inch, delivered! for |8.15; ,12-inch
to spend a few dada here on blocks! $2.95Bplit' for 'atove-wood, ;
Cafe. tf J Shaves ilk haircuts 36c children. newest creations
Eat at Pupont'a ; ; AH tho in Spring our return from the coast. guaranteed fall strand IG-ineh: for
26c:; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf < Hats at the Hat Shop. Mrs. J D. :j
The' school' % $3JB.. '
W. A.: Joiner i la seriously ill in a'' lunch room wan served Woodbeck. $336; 12-Inch for Get; your
Jacksonville hospitalMies T A. :M. Jones of Apopltawas a business .' radishes, from the school garden. one I Many friends pleasantly rememberMrs. winter's supply now.., All delivered. ti5
I caller hereWednesday.Mra. day this week. I Dr. and Mrs. M. MDeeren of .'' Clara Piano who spent a season Phone 9L., J. Bonin. 48-tf '
Lola Lawl spent over the i Hawks Park, Florida, are visiting Mr. here two years ago with her brother, "'
Sunday with home folks .in Lakeland C. M. Garbet has returned Mra. J. H. PbJpps returned last 'and Mrs. J Ii Dillon. II. C. Piano and her recent serious Bundles of old paper are for aak-
from a pleasant visit in Lakeland. week from' Tarpon Springs after a'' accident will cause much anxiety. Ona at the office of The Cacette; lOa
WILSON A TOQMER FERTILIZERS pleasant ten days' visit with her sis I Quality Plus Service in Commercial recent Saturday in Chicago: while Better get them while there U. a stock.
SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD. Watch and clock repairing done at ter, Mrs.'George; Nickles, and family.! Printing, at The Gazette.. ** stepping from a street .car,"'I Mrs: ,Call at once; they'll never.be cheaper.
C. N. Fielding's Furniture Store. I'
D T. Thompson of St. Petersburg,
itpent Sunday with his sister, Mrs.Haynea G. E. Boone of Atlanta, has beenin
Brinson. Kissimmee this week attending to
i

The regular monthly meeting off business.
the Parent-Teachers will be.held nezTuesday I Miss Elinor Moseley Is having a
March 6. radio installed in the home of her ti
mother, Mrs. A. M. Moseley.
Mra. Sara Failes who has been seriously NT.F'TWEEKEND
ill at her homo on Sumner Mrs. W. O.: Brown returned to her PER
street is slowly recovering. home in Atlanta after visiting her
,daughter, Mrs. Dolph Walker.I I
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILI M
ZERS SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZERS ,
SOLD BY H. C. STANlo ORD.
Mrs. George Bass, who 'makes her
fcom with, Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, has Mrs Oliver P. Taw and mother,
been quite ill the past week. Madame Ringle, motored to Wekiva J
Springs, Sunday -
Mrs. Bartow Dutton and two children
are visiting( Mrs. Dutton's par Mrs. Fanny Powell, of Missouri is :
cnta, Mr. and Irs J. Z. Roberson. In Kissimmee visiting her lon.in-faw'
and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Howard STORE NEWSit
Mra. Walter Newberry of Lewis Katz.
town, III., has been visiting her sis al
ter. Mra. II. G. Seiver, of Pinedale.I Miss Pearl Hblloway was in Winter .
park several clays last week, giving 1-
have the agency for Singer Sewing ( clerical assistance to Dr. Vincent,
Machine in Oaeeola County. C. of Rollins College 'ii
N.! Jl'ie1dID i\\
WILSON t TOOMER FERTILIZERS .
Mrs. M. E. Conway friend of Mrs. SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD.
M. V Boyer, is stopping at the : :
Graystone. Her home U in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. F. Ames and two .
I chUdren of Maryville Tenn., spent'
Mrs. Will TunniclifTe who ha been two days as the guests of Mr. Ames
ill at St. Cloud for the pant week is aunt Mrs. J. W Wilder.
convalescent, and has returned to her
homt in Sanford. Mrs. Phillip Thompson has! returned
to her home in Cecil Ga, after
Mrs. Julius Smith and Mrs. W. E. spending three month with her a
Sanderxon chaperoned the Kisn its trip to Saturday
team on
I\\' rla' basketball --- a
'I am pa last Saturday. Men'n dress shoes, $;S..10 up; Indies ;
$2.50 up. A now lot of Star Brand w3n1
WILSON & TOOMEH FERTILIZERS : ir-t nrn\ed MiCAUl.P.Y'S .SHOESTOKE. ,
SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD. *
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Mrs. C. M.Etaooy, of ChaUnnooya( MrR. II. C. Stanford and h"r K'K'it'
Tcnn is upending I the winter with Micas Render will spend the weep merchandise.'i 3
,tier daughter Mrs. A. S. ljrun-ono 'ni with friends in l"li\t'inu Miss

e Sumner titrwt. ._ I tin:Miirpuri't. Stun foid<1 Hill) .uiompany March

Mr. and! Mr..J. F.. rteKihli-r. jr. un.e .l liauirnU'r in - ;
from Bmn nioaii Ala., are b1 r. and :Mrs I InVe: >th'-rln-o nil'I
I . tin. KC pi'tplc to our city.Thro guests last SUI"IIof) :Mr and .Mr".
: J. F. Dillon, lit their. homt. at :TJ.OBeaumont : -.. .
who- -' y.e
'iiitinfC
Unruly, hn 1I beenr nvenueMr. .
lathes ,in Hmmininve the past two ------
weeks. will leave Monday' morning i : and Mm.:\ G. I 11. \durn and Our buyer, Mr. Tyree, has
for San I Diego, California. :bliss Corn: Kitchenh love bee l
- ---- vi..]tin-r Mr and Mr*. H. B. Adamx having had twenty
Man Alive! Get measured! for that for Rome time. have rftuined to their years

now spring suit McCAULEY'S to ':2r..OO suit. ------- -
STORE. Wanted: 100 men/ami 1 worreT to ..
a --- & -
come to the office of l>oyr Tatum
George Drcps of Pinedale ban accepted State Bank! ImUding. and Pl)> about 'xl
employment with C. bulkhead Bucketson the BEAUTIFUL: BUNGALOW( to be We pick a few prices at
.' the '
the work building !Itlven away ub-oluly) (ace. tf ;
of Lake Tohopekaliga. for the city. idea how sell t
to
- Mr. and Mm. II Von Buskirk and you an as we
Students who have entered Mn.lI1ton's childnn left\ on the midnight train ski
classes the, last - ---- --- ---- ----- -
\ commercial for their home in.Brooklyn, N. Y.
,week include Miss Patsy Makinson, During their very pleasant stay hero. .
"
Miss Florence McCoskey, an! Mu* they made their homo. at the Gray-

Edna Collins _. stone hotel. ", Extra Special Saturday, March 1 : We will sell Percale in wide range of patterns, 6 yards for 50c

Mr. Cloud of Cedar Rapid's, Iowa. The S. H. Bullock's are entertainingMrl Think of it Once more a dress for SOc. .Ouly 6 yards to a Customer.. ,
a special representative the Had- Bullock's two sisters-Mra. W. J. <
r cline Chautauqua was in the city arranging S. Carr from Coronado and Mrs -
the final details for tho D'Acth Amv Bullock) of New
Chautauqua to be held in this city on York. Mrs.hnew D'Aeth's daughter Dorothy Extra Special for Monday, March 3 : 'Ve will sell 6 yds Colored Lawn, Assorted Patterns, for50c

March 11, 12, and-13.- and Mrs Carr'g son, Lawrence, Only 6 yards to a Customer. .
are also guests in the Bullock home.
fast
Magnolia Park lots are selling to _._'__ _To_ ___ _____ __ _ L_
Call at the office. Car waiting You are inviteoT to-I look at our shoes

show about "ou the this FREE beautiful BUNGALOW.addition.Boyer Ask and buy or hosiery not. Holeproof whether you Hosiery are ready QueenQuality to Extra Special Tuesday, March 4 : 'Ve will sell Cretonne, assorted colors and patterns,. per yd 15 c {
tf
& Tatum, Slate Bank Bldg. Star Brand, and other good I
reliable makes of' Shoes' for men
Mr. and Mr. W. B. Makinson were i. .. ...
women and children. McCAULEY'S I ---- --
in Tampa last Saturday and !Sunday STORE. ,
SHOE :r - -
Claud Harper. -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. --

Rumor says that Claud home Harpers in Palma are In addition to the many prizes received Special Three Days : Amoskeag, Ladies' 1-Strap, blk.C? 1 Pen Check Overalls, '.
beautiful
building: a : by Mrs. G. L. Gross at the Orlando 49 1.25
Ceia Park Tampa.A fair, \Mrs. Gross received a 32-inch, Fast Color or | 6 C only, per Palr.-* e PairRiding . . . . .

number of people motored check a few days ago as first award Ginghams, per Yard ,,- ..- -- r
young the most blue
who I won
for the
to Orlando. Wednesday night Russian to ribbons person in Clans B exhibits which Ladies' Patent Pumps, all leather Breeches, I 4
$ 98
hear Mischa Elman the great consisted of canned fruit and vegeta this sale .it
included Misses good grade pair.
violrnint. The party bles. Cotton Pongee, 29 $2.98 ; ... '
and Mae Winn Helen Bass c PairMen's .
. .
Augusta per . -
Per Yard. . . . .
Foda McNeill, and Almena Leitner. Mrs. B. Baird is in receipt of a letter
call- from Mr. and Mrs. Everett' Mills. Bungalow Aprons, wide range r'
"Mother" Bandy, endearingly They express the wish that thev be, Dress Shoes, dark brown, of patterns continues ill w
t..1 l by her many friends, remembered to their many friends in Khaki Cloth, 1 9 English Last 3* I. \JUBoys'
at her home in North Kissimmve.and Her her Kissimmee. Mr. and Mrs. Mills are Per Yard . . . . c $3.98 each . . . . . .
cheerfulness Is contagious ' Pair .
conducting a series of revivs I meetings per
r. .. 0 many friends who see her at her bedride at Eldorado 111., where they are
get a new inspiration. meeting with great successMr. Dress Shoes, nglish last,
Men's Union Suits 3
-- All Silk Pongee 12 Mum-98c .Special solid
leather
Sanford inspected
A business man from and Mrs. W. L. Barton Dr. $2.98
! PARK ADDITION Yard . . Days Only, AQ
MAGNOLIA my, per o
whore Pair
12 lots for and Mrs. Baird winter guests ** per . . . .
last week Selected SuitWe .
I, Beautiful lots. Only / occupying temporarily the Wealottage per

an$10 investment.cash $IS per month. No taxes, Daytona on over Orlando Sunday.avenue Recently, were they at All colors in Fast Color Linen, Received this Week:' Big ship- ''
State have 50 dozen Shirts
no interest. Boyer & Tatum tf motored to Seabreeze for ten days shrunk from 45 inches to 36 Menfs/ ment of W. L. Douglas Shoes.
Bank Bldg. It is honed these excellent people will inches. Price is right. slightly soiled ; a job values up

Joseph Moore of New Hampshire, be inclined to make Kissinimee! their to $2.00. Special Saturday Mon-
hah, been in Kissimmee the last two winter abiding place. Good Work Shirts, Blue7S xX
and
weeks visiting with his family in A. S. Nelson of the firm of Nelson All Silk Canton 1 day Tuesday, 98c Chambray eac . C
their Mabbette street home. The Realty Company whose offices are $ 98 Each . . . . . . .
Moore family came here in October located in the McCrory building left Crepe, per yard

and will remain, until school closes. Saturday for Wichata Kans. Mr Here is We have '
Ladies' Vests sizes a good one:
,
in Nelson Is making the trip to Kansas 15
abatement c .
Mrs.There J. W.has Tucker's been an many activitiesin to dispose of his real estate holdings Specials from Shoe Department 36 to 38; each . . left about Reclaimed. Army

her church (Methodist) and the in that here place invest and in will Florida upon lands his return in Mr. Tyree was lucky in pickingup Coats, Cotton Khaki, to 15

L ) which community have at entered large-due her to home measles and the vicinity of Kissimmee. 50 dozen Work Shoes in Elk Oil Cloth, assorted colors 1- 35c close out, each. . . C k,

confined her children to their beds Mr. and Mrs Philip Speck and Skin (Not Monkey Skin) at a yard. . . . . .

Mra. George Gardner and Mrs. daughter. Miss Edna B. Speck. of price so we can offer them to Received another shipment Army -

Harry Dale were guests at an Eastern Evansville Indiana who are visiting at this sale 1 Hair Nets double mesh Officers' 18 inch Boots this' '
Star bridge party in St. Cloud in Saint Cloud were Kissimmee visitors you $ 98 IOc .
last Saturday. Mrs. A. P. Clark. yesterday in company with L. A. per Pair each week.
music pupil of Mrs. Gardner, was the ueasaz. Mr. Speck is president of -
Evansville Metal Bed Company.
genial hostess Mrs. Dale won the the
: This is his first Visit to this section < -

first Mra.prize Belle at 1711 cards: assume the I of Saint Florida Cloud and and he Kissimmee.is delighted with Remember this is for only three-days. Come early ,and avoid the rush.

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management of the millinery depart- t
Mr. and loin Chas. D. Cole are
ment of, Dickson-Ives store in Orlando .
;, on March 3. Mrs. Lee has been leaving Kixsimmee possibly not to re-
identified with Kissimmee many tarn A few years ago they came
friends are interested here and bought several pieces of I
yean whatever, and msny she does.' property," they .have, improved buildings -' G. W. PERSONS COMPANY
and erected two bungalows, andin
)I.... and Mrs. Smith of Minnesotawere r mane ways have made their influence
I visitors at the S. A. Bogue home felt for the good of, the community - I .' . . *

.....I. on'; 'They' ; on Wednesday. lifer Many friends will will regret .- DOLLAR LIMIT J STORE: /; VKJSSIMMEE>> : 'FLORIDA '.
I' 'evening.' are ..friend of long their departure and -. always V. ?_, , v : : ,: ; : I ; l,
./ standing. Mrs, Smith was' a, native o?- extend them 'a''> ;.cordial< welcome. ''ort '.l I'

"'-' Miles, Michigan. their. return. . *
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Ii.ISRIMMEE VALLKT GAZOTTR' !! FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 t, 1924 .

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MONEY IN BEEKEEPING; ,


I HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTE HOW the Income TO BEGIN Ate Florida's INDUSTRYWith beekeepers CHICK

: from the two major bee products .. BABY

-honey and'wax-totaling well ,
VOLUME II 'KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 29, 1924 NUMBER 23 over a quarter of a million dollars '

annually, it seems that there should .
be interest in this close-to-nat DEATH RATE
Editor ...____.__.. Park Doughter n win the 'championship of' the school. MUSIC NOTESOn more industry.J. ;
Assistant Editor..Eleanor Roser. The following is our liae-up: ure
Goodwin apiary inspector of
C. ,
REPORTERSNinth Center Alfred Wilson right forward next Monday night In the auditorium
__ ... Dick Lawrence; Me- there will be a recital given the state plant board, of Florida has -
.. Grade .. Joe Tuckei e Bandy or -
'Tenth Grade ...Katherine Denning Donald: left forward Rudolph Walk*"] by the 'music and expression departments following to nay about getting '
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Eleventh Grade... Louise Edminsor er; right guard, John W}'new or Arthur of the school. This recital i started in this business. -50:
Twelfth Grado.Madfir' : Steed; left guard, Dick Makin- !promises!; to be very entertaining anda "The bent time to start beekeepingis ,

Music Pept.-___......Eunico RiverI son or Hulin Snyder. large attendance is expected in spring when the bees have the
The Freshmen" class is making up I" This week the high school begins full benefit of the warm weather for
4\ We have often used the word this semester "something awful. its chorus work under the direction: of producing honey and rearing b.-ood.: _

.training. Now what la training and Everyone is bound to get exempt in Mrs. Hornbaker, We expect to do A nucleus, containing bees brood and '

,what is the peculiar characteristic oi one subject at least. Come on, better this year than ever before. a queen, can be boug\1t\ ,and is a .very.
4 the trained mind Training is th Freshmen, let's. go.JUNIOR. Everyone likes' to .hear a good chorus good way to'''get atart d. e- . \
"' discipline that teaches a ,man to set and we are planning on having good "Almost any magazine devoted to
i, labor above whim; to develop the less NOTES"Clarence" music for commencement. beekeeping has advertisements 'iow-- .

: as well., 1 Lug where bees can be purchased and f
I'' rosimrespromising' ton .
; make five Jaentee Squires-"They did not the prices demanded. One of the,rnolt '
I talents ten, and two, five; to see that Friday Night, March 21, have much hair where you cam important .considerations in purchasing

in his specialty he shall work better High School Auditorium from; did they Dick" bees is to see that they are' free "
Cast
and enjoy more for knowing something : Dick Makinson-"Yes, but it was
the .
of
from disease. Specialists plant
s !
: ouulde of his specialty; tol'eCOjt'Dize Clarence: An ex-soldier who finds all red and I wouldnt have it." board can be consulted and they will , .
himself the center of a distracted
the connection between .
Y be able advise regarding the disease .
to
family circle-Milton Graham. ,
present toil and future attainment Joanne-"Fred, I have some bad ;
the
situation in of
that the hope of future attainment Mr Wheeler: A prosperous business news for you." any area '
creates pleasure in present toil tot man who can not ,manage his Fred-"For '" state; Chicks
; me Out 100
of Every
"It is considered much safer to buy -
'understand that nothing can be mastered family-F. S. Ledbetter. Joanne-"Yes, I was at the fortune '
i without drudgery, and that Mrs. Wheeler: His jealous wife- teller's this afternoon and she saidI bees by the pound than on drawn' .
Ellanore Overstreet. combs, because the danger of introducing Hatched 50 Die
drudgery in preparation of service: is was to marry a handsome'man." -
'
Bobbie Wheeler Their son disease is.reduced to' the min- _
not respectable: ,but beautiful; .to be : just -Emory Wheel. .
interested in'every study no matter 'fired"' from another boarding school imum. The. pound packages can be Out of 100 Chicks
how -Richard Bandy. on full sheets of foundation and every '- _
forbidding; to work steadily, and Johnny W.-"D'you want sommore ..
resolutely until, through long practice Cora Wheeler: Ills. sister, an ever- I ice cream T" ewlfl soon have their own drawn comb. started on Purina Chick ..
and it may be, after many fail- present tormenter-Eleanor" Rosen Jimmy'' Squires-"Only a mouth "If poor stock has been purchased

urea-he is trusted to do the right Miss Pinney: A heart smasher ful locally, the beekeeper should send to Startena 95 live and PURINA .,
thing or something near it, mechanically and -Coras I'OvemesEunlee Rivers Johnny WU-"Waiter, fill his dish." some reliable breeder and secure< just a* the-trained pianist inBtincUy Mr. Stem: A persistent. bachelor -The Muhlenbery Weekly good queen to breed up his stock. grow. CHICK ; .'
touches the right,note. Train -Fred Lupfer.Delia I The price of queens vary according STAITEKAWANTED
ing ii all this and more.' :uTIle Irish house maid-Lu- Coach Bowen (in chemistry)-Pupils to the kind purchased and the breeder
cute Griffin. if this experiment should fail but the avenge .is about $1.60 Don't run any risk with .
SENIOR NOTES Dinwiddie: The butler-Clyde: the laboratory and all of us would be each. The Italian queen are ''consid I -_,
Harris.
blown into the ered the best. Their your baby chicks. We .. .
The series of games now being Property Manager-Mary Kritz. sky. Step closer students progeny: are
played between ''the classes, for the Advertising Manager' Elizabeth go that you may better follow vigorous workers, good money gatherers have a fresh shipment of
championship is'for the purpose of Carter. me. and considered more resistantto

helping the athletic association which Ticket Manager-Park Doughteiu It disease than wax worms" Purina Chick Startena.
is financially embarrassed at present. Spice Life
Stage Manager-Hamilton Brown.
Next week the old and new classes The Juniors are giving this play Rogers Galloway"How do you BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR
make a sentence with 'aUmon ''" BETTY JANE BOSTWICK ..
will play a series of games. Everyone for the purpose of raising: money for )
Ii cordially urged to attend. the annual Junior-Senior Miss Wooldridge-"What do you
banquet, On Sunday, February 17, Mrs. Bet-
The Seniors won the first game for the big social event of school mean
our high tie Bostwick entertained a number of / "
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the Rogers! "Means! of Florida Feed:
living.
inter-class Stores
: championship, Monday life. We are hoping to make this guests in honor of the fifth birthdayof
afternoon by a-score of 26 to 6. The banquet the best that Osceola: has Miss W"It doesn't my means .
her daughter, Betty JaneThe ..
Freshmen fought gamely, but it was ever had. And with the cooperationof of living is certainly not alimonyl"Miss evening was spent with music and

evident that the better team won the atudent-bodv and the townspeople I 'Wooldridgte-"Vlo, define games 306' BROADWAY
The beginning of the game was a bit ,, we can do It. Come and see polygamy" Those present were:' Evelyn and I
slow. but it soon livened up after Ty- "Clarence," one of Booth Tarkinsr- Viola-"A mere disease." Margie Winn, Buster and Marie'' Ken- I .
ner iors.scored Graham a field goal the for the Sen ton's most popular works. A well- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kenton, Miss J I TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
was high scorer chosen cast; the capable supervision Mrs. Bryan-Wtlhelmina, are there Eleanor Kenton. Mrs. Winn and
of the game, with Lnpfer and Tynec of Miss Helen Bass and, most of all, any questions that bother ?'
you Clarence Winn, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
CALL UP
tying for second place. the plav itself, go to make up one Wilhclmina-Not in the least. It's Shrigley, Mrs. Aldus Matthews and No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)
The Senior cUss contains only five of the best and most enjoyable production the' answers that bother me. Bettie Bostwick.
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boys but they are working hard for ,
that Kissimmee has ever .
Little Jane has endeared"
,i the championship; and if they follow. had. Miss W.-.- eneve, make a sentence ( to many Betty people of Kissimmee herself in ..- ---..,- -- . -- . .
up the advantage gained this afternoon with "Socialist." - - --- -
,
(displaying her youthful talents in the
they SOPHOMORE
are of
reasonably
sure NOTES GenevaThere .
are Socialists
many
various! entertainments and bpi the -- .
realizing their' ambitions. in Russia. 'l .
i The Sophs are studying argument Miss j-tnjre of the Casino theater.
W'
(sarcastically) Howmany
FRESHMEN NOTES in English class, so here is -- -
a warn. T.Geneva"f. I ;: ;;
"Quality Plus Service in Commercial
ing. "Hereafter do
: not true\ with a
L Watch out for don't knew, I've never Printing." The Gazette
our swift' Freshmen Soph. If you do, you will come out been''O'Ver there Try job \
in the inter-class to count em. ** :
quintet games Mon second! bept. In the past we may department. ,
r day and Tuesday. With Dick Bandy have lost some arguments, hut never No Doubt Of It '

; for the a earth captain we expect to wipe upi again] For if we learn nothing else, If I haven't the rent this month, Bro'e; hVsekeeping
with the five.
Sophomore we shall know how to argue when don't yon think the landlord will
With a team ,like ours we ought to Miss Leitner finishes with us. me".; !' out? 'help

m___ .. "We had to break" up housekeeping A r

DOG TAG NOTICE HEADQUARTERS because of my wife's stomach trouble. Housekeeper, two room-maids,
FOURTH
"RIP VAN WINKLE" MTTHHERBERT No medicine did her any good for
Notice 'ie' hereby given that doge COUPS AREA OFFICE OF SPRAGUE more than 'a few hours. On a visitto

F 'found running 'at large without tags, THE C. M. T. C OFFICER 1 ,Van Oshkosh a friend praised Mayr's two waiters or waitresses. Apply' .-,
will be and "Rip Winkle. by Washington Wonderful
e impounded shot if not Tennessee throws down the gauntlet is Remedy so highly'my"wife
: redeemed within 24 hours. Tags can to Florida and incidentally draws classics.Irving one of America's greatest tried it and she! has enjoyed the'best : "
be secured from the city clerk: and into the fracas Mississippi, Alabama, Two men have been responsible of health since taking it." It )is a simple :
4' must be worn by the'dogs when on and Georgia.. for its unusual success as a harmless preparation that removes Runnymede Lodge ,three miles
drama
the streets. C.H.1 DRIGGERS. The Citizens' Military Training now known over the world for the catarrhal mucus from the : ,

ll-3t Chief of-Police. Camp officer, Colonel L. O. Mathews, its 'great lessons of truth and sobrie- intestinal tract and. allays the inflammation : \

-- -- ,_ .-. ,- -- - '" U. S. Army, Atlanta Ga., announces ty.ferson These the two men are :Joseph Jef I which causes practically all : east of St. Cloud Florida.
that- the for; great actor who is long
recruiting the training since I stomach, liver and intestinal; ailments .
camps for 1924 has, taken dead and Herbert Sprague up- including appendicitis. One dose will!, .
"
a
!ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL very ps-, on whose shoulders the mantle of ;, .
culiar turn. It appears that the train. convince or money refunded. J. Z. j' ,. 'iI> '"" 11,. ,
A Jefferson has ,"
;, HOME ing camp last year at Camp McClel- fallen.. We are especially Roberson, and druggists ] ".:,11, '
Just 'Flniahed on Main Street lan where-there were representativesof fortunate therefore, in having everywhere , .. .
Florida and Tennessee Mr Sprague and his company of -. -. --Y.c ., ..
aa well as -- -- -' "
SEEL other southern states, the "alligator players on the second afternoon and : .
,PAINTER AND DECORATOR boys"" made it that night of our Radcliffe Chautauqua
e ,311 Main Street superior to the appear Tennesseeans they(in were ath this year, and to have an opportunity

.letics, marksmanship and of seeing this famous American claw
I The training.:. sic" given under the direction of Mr. i
- - --- records show that Florida did Jfave
not show such great, superiority Sprague himself. :

Neid's' Healing Baths f Tennessee in any department, but over, the Players In the will afternoon, ,the Sprague c youordered ,,
It-tJ. fact that Florida did win out inmost present a fascinating
of the events has wrought Tennessee one-act comedy called "The Duel"and t z,? '
up a
which is full of dramaticlIituations. :
a intense
recommended for rheumatism, mountaineer who ban written !
to Colonel Mathews At night they will give
that ,
hi
: state
eczema, ,and all kinds of skin will be represented this the great comedy-drama "Rip Van .r
diseases. Also for stomach champions in every department year, by of Winkle," in which Mr. Sprague will
athletic take the part of "Rip" and Floy Ma- \I r 5 ,
trouble- For baths and mineral sports, and defies Florida to han ...
Sprague the part of his scolding J ..
rater for produce a winner in any activity. '
drinking purposes, This challenge was communicated wife "Gretchen." They will. be sup c, Y" /:
leave order at 614 Patrick St., to the military training ported by Miss Eunice Diller and Mr. V I

i or phone 208. Of Florida who say-noting camps, but boys Mississippi John Stine, both of whom are. splen- UUI.J' .. IY ;
having heard of Tennessee's did actors, and the entire play'"of four . %
s' CHARLES HUD Owner boast claims: that the statistician is acts will be given from Joseph Jeffer : "
4 son's original ,1
entirely wrong in giving any prom- manuscript. "if.;;
i KISSIMMEE, FLORIDACOME inence to either state and declares The Chautauqua committee is glad
that the real competition lies where to welcome! this innovation on the 'ij"j
"Ole Miss" RadclifTe Chautauaua: and
'- arrays arainst the Prat nroirramn. ,
4 ers from Georgia and Alab&mIn: hopes thai everybody wUe avail him
.' fact, Mississippi students have writ self of this opportunity to hear and : Y
ten in to the Citizens Military camps see an eminent artist-and actor. Season ,
'
; Officer calling attention to the error tickets are now being offered for
and invited his attention to their sale by the committee and every one }

'. TO TilE representatives on the Olympic team is urged to purchase enough for him. I..
self and .his .
now competing in foreign countries. family. f' ''

Business University oft I I In the organizations at camn last J .j.... .r; 'II.W. : j
year the students were not assigned I N .
CARD
with regard to states from which OF THANKSI 'J -. 'f .I .' 1
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Tampafor they 1 of came state, and therefore' clear record desire through the medium of the .;- '! ......,; 't.".. I ; ,..j ::;-i
proficiency could local ..
not be here .
paper to .
an.accurate, business train kept The camp commanders this thanks for"their services express and aid my l(: ..; If', \,:,,)

ing., Our( enviable reputationfor .,will battalion.:year be will keen by organize states and companies. the result and of en my me in dear time friend of trouble Mr. E.in E.the Kenyon death giv., 4 Last year 350,000buyers :;;.ql% f i : .1>

accuracy: creates competition..A especially 'the- Horse .. i
a greater Shoe It .: (. ..'
liberality waited 'j
association for
: demand for quet for their delivery I '
graduates than 1
we for their I i
co-operation to help me out }
CORRECTIONIn ; .
aa'fiu. Suitable boarding pro- and.,to Mrs. Saunders for her mate. .. .;.t/ : :j.. 1 ,8

; ,cured. Your comfort and welfare I report the of last the issue meeting of The of the Gazette Baptist the rid assistence'rendered.DAVID W. THOMAS._ i , .;- y. Insure yourself agamstdelay 'r .,,, ,..'. f I'I If(' f '- ''j;.1

are paramount. Mission Union was stat Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 22, 1924. ; l !
incorrectly!
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ed. The'article read part, A well 4, t th r. ) 44' I { ,
1 I COME attended and delightfully CARD OF C! sprIng by placing 4 r
literary social THANKSWe your i I- ? I ,i.ti l '.
meeting was held Tuesday after. ,
noon at Mrs W. H. Jones' home in wish to thank our kind friends I order for Ford Car : "
Pinedale. Mrs. B. M. Hall is president and neighbors for their sympathy a now. 1-j1: ( r:
of the union." ' and kindness shown ; ; .... ,
sick- "
The' latter part of this statement, nees and death of our daughter'Fran. ....' 1-".,' 4 J'..... J / I j

.regarding- name 'of Mrs. B. M see, and also for the Jteautlfulfloral. I,.'1\:if... t'I I .

.., Kissimmee Laundry I Hall a* president should have read, offerings. '"n4Jh See the Nearest aI
1"Mrs. E. S. Hall Is AI... and Mrs. >'" ,'of\y r "
president .
''union." of the. Dewey Partin. : e y r fie,' _. ,-. 1Jj! ..... . . "
Authorized
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20, ,STEWART AVENUE Another part of the article- 'which :t>:"; 'r";" '
4 read EX-SERVICE MEN NOT '. .' -
"Especially TO :
interesting was the '''_
z .PHONE .1t8T. reading by Mrs. Thompson tourist __, BLAME -- II 'J!.. .....1.... -
who Is stopping at Mrs. Hail'. home." 'Ex-service: men ... -"
J. LING
ProprietetWORE' The not responsible \ t", ,
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name should have been "Mrs for crime CtiI2!! '
increase :,
Thomas, of Clarence Ohio.It In the United ra ,"' .. _. .
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: 8HJETS .______10c is States, as has been charged in some C ', -, y'" i .
very easily to make this
PLAIN WHITE SHIRTS 12H aa both Mrs E.'S.. Hall and Mrs.error B. P.quarters, declares Federal .lud....-F. t : 6 ,.' f '
Sohoonmaker. but the Detroit
COLLARS. ., ._;..___-NI ,JREASONABLB M.Mrs.Hall E. were S. Hall present presided.at this, meeting., 21.b* placed'Judge on Schoonmaker's growing' from blame 17 is ,to to ..... MichijSf ,

'' statement
,, PRICES FOR was made In .
commenting
A on recent:
newspaper Is a 'community's real
OTHER; ARTICLfO, reports of Sociologists that
asset. the
Help us make this a live aver
I of criminals had
,, dropped six
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,-CHAUTAUQUA. ''Icetslve-ewarmers'becauM 'they. do-not' ". (' I :: :;;- .. 'f . -- _'_ .__--" ., '-_-- x.r,: .-..
8ehlekChleal'Or"'MrI'B. : -
LECTURESIn 1 I .: "XT Suther Talnpa"r. ,: MeJCenna1. -
I One gather the surplus!'"that 'they should.,, malt Miss Grace Sutherman,: -TrBr ana; Mr. and .... William I mtth, J
accordance with the well Beta 1, "strong colony will gather more. N. C.; Mrs. W. R. Ragale Lawrence- loaw.,, Mr.' and JCrs. .Wood PttyUs THE

lished and approved custom inaugurated '' two surplus.honey on..."during a reason th'an'we. burg Mr. and N.' Mrs C.; II.Charles< N., Barnes. Cocoa; O.Carlo Jean' Proper,' Jrlr.:and'' Mrs. J. -FOR' ..... --- -- ...;-.- .,..' ., ,, '
the Morgan Mr Cullen, Jolt and Mrs. H.
several years ago by Hadtliffe C.-Ames, .
Chautauqua system, the entire, and 'Mrs. T. L. Sellers, Birmingham Chicago.1 '
-lecture personnel of the system is AMERICAN CIONr Ala.: N. R. Everette Robertsonville, ;

uniting. Ita efforts to contribute some, BACKS BOND ISSUE N., C.; A. S. Everette, Robertsonville, TRAVELERS; .f' GARDENLAWNANDfARM.S"E
thing definite to the life of our com. N. C.; G. Henley Melbourne; M. T N. Obrahim, Montgomery- 'Ala.*.B.
munity. The Radcliffe lectures The American Legion; i* backing' a Nable, Jacksonville; I. L. Marectehta, Styler Kisnimmee; 'Sam .Tauber, -
not selected because 'of some bit are of. movement for, Increased school facili Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. 'A. E.:' Johnson Philadelphia; L. D. Stapleton; J. !!. /
ties in Birmingham. Approval of a Valdosta'Ga., W. B. Casterllne, Lanbing, J. F., Rogers fcephreysville;
political or
notoriety otherwise but
because of their ability to discuss the big bond ic ue has been given by the Chicago; W. B. ,Gaeterllne, Chicago; F. W McGuey, G. A. Amos,.Oshkosh, k: ED'

selected topics of the. in a force Birmingham post and members of W. J. Healey, New Orleans L-uis M. Wi.'rentll' Booker, Brooklyn N. .
ful and eloquent manner year, and the organization will campaign in inn -' Grant New Orleans; E. "'. Broone Y.; Frank.'Campbell 'Detroit, .dch.; ,
behind them thoughts which trest of the special bond election. St. Augustine; A. B. Uollingsworth, Charles McShane-' ,- Dallas, Tex.;' Robert '
worth our while. a More than twenty schools are needed L. E. Hay, Jack.onvllleLP. M. Brink, A. Greene: Sanford; J. E.,..McEl-( I. 'Flower Seed Garden Seed Field Seed
The first-day lecturer will be" to provide accommodations for LaCrosse Wls. .H. B- Srernb.ck, De- murray Tampa: Stanley Davis ,
lawyer writer. Harry school children in the city. The le troit: P. M. Lowe J. P Lowe Tope Jonesboro, Ark.; Mr, and J4...?.'!A.- L. I 04 .
Hibschman Mr. .
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gion's in ka, Kan. J. P. sasses Mr. and Mrs I ,
Is known' from participation the campaign ; Warreso Bartow H. .J..E. Hand, Detrolt..Mich.tE. -
Hibflchman of the coast to will be directed by a special commit L. Lymann, Orlando; E., O. White, ; ]!. Braden-: I '
roast as Clio most Thompson1
eloquent
tee from the Jacksonville town, A. W. ,FERTILIZERS
to be found the Chautauqua poet.PROGRESSIVE ; Mr and Mrs. R. Bat lton'; A. '
lecturers on ties, Luelin, Md.;"C. F Coble G. G. Metzgar and family Cleveland; Chas. . '
In the .
platform Afternoon, he will ... .... Rogers, Winston-Salem N. Dimlck. Pahokee kerr
the C.; C. E. ; Boyce Tup 1
on subject "That Som
speak i INDUSTRYA Allen, E. A. P. F.' Smith At- per Philadelphia Henry belting, Anna '' '
Within and at Steed. That Fish Guana
thin* night on "Broken good non-acid. .
.
lanta
;
Barriers., lie will be followed questionnaire ; Mr. r.. F. O. Bando, Rohrkoste. New York; Mr and ,
the second day by Dr. Daniel II. Mar-on whether Kenton Ohio to shall determine, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs J. D. Elliott Mrs. C. J. Lawrence and family I : .
of become Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Salason, Hickory Keystone Heights Fla.; George A. Bone Meal) Hardwood Ashes Goat
well known a city
tin, Washington minister smokestacks
remain. ,
or un- N. Amos
'C. ,
; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Burnett. Sidney Australia;' F, M Mc-
end popular lecturer, who will discuss developed industrially! has been sent G. K. Grey, Cairo, Mrs.
Invt'rnelllli.L. Smith Egypt .
J
Lakeland
; Emily
,
End of the Rainbow" to home ; Manure Nitrate\ Soda.
The and there
"Thenawn every by Kenton 'Post
of Civilization." The series of j of the American Legion. R. D Tillson, Olneco; R. R. Page, Caw Miss Dell Jewell, Mr. and'Mrs. ,
Birmingham Ala. Frank, Jewell Grand1 a
; J. W. II. Dickey, Rapids, Mich.; r
lectures will be closed by Dr. Albert Tampa: A. .... Correll. Colon, Mich.; K. P. Nelson( I Wrinberly, B. B. e
Marion Hyde on tho third day, who ''VISITING TOURISTS J. B. Spittswood:: Jacksonville; Wil- Cooper J. M. Willis E. IL Travis J.
will speak about "That Old Gang of CARRY MUST, liam T Martin Edwardsburg, Mich.: Dunckn L' E. Astern, New York; D. SPRAYSFenole -
Mine" in thp afternoon, and .at HOME LICENSE
nighton Barton H. Smith, Tampa; Mr. and L. Rose Log Angeles Cal.; A. R. -
"Better Tomorrow. '
Dr Hyde i is Automobile Mrs. W II. Ten 'Broaik. Wharton Birmingham- Ala.J.. N. '
Olcott N.
owners, vl.iUngFlor-
to well;the known Pacific from coast his: and home it'in will Boston be ida whose cars are provided only with Y.; E. E. Peck ,West Virginia; E., J. Cover Griffin1 Ga.; Delia Sollivan Fenole Stock Dip Fly Spray
arreat temporary cardboard tags, should ohr Grawvoffle Milio'; Mr. and Mrs. II. Mrs. Y. ones, Ruby .Gill, New ,
pleasure to have him on ou tam K. Cook, Knorville{ Tenn.' York; E., J., Miami Mr. and '
I n a license tag from their home Mr. and Tooly. ; : Arsenate of Lead
program.The I(state for use on the journey en route Mrs. William G. Price;' Wichita. Kan.; Mrs. Charles G Fremont Trenton, : Killtone Nico .
Chautauqua committeo urges back home Mr and Mrs. Louis E. N. J.; A. A., Wootey, Roanoke Ala.
: otherwise they McKay, Grove ;
may encounter II
every one in the community to get be. I City, Pa.: S. Blunt Mr. and Mrs. D. M. .Ashley Jacksonville Fish Oil
( difficulties with local officer New Orleans; tone ) Sulphur Lime BlueStone
hind it in this effort ;
to bring something In states through which they Jos. I.. Slon.heim, Cincinnati; Wil ; Lee T, Moons, Jacksonville: : !,
I 1 worthwhile to our town. The | The state comptroller in pass makina'thl. liam T. Martin St. Cloud; J. 'Berry, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Sullivan, Mr and "

best ticket way to which do this will is admit to buy the a season suggestion, says he has taken up Miami;' J. L. Murphy; jr.; Jackson- Mrs. J. P. Wilburn 'Tampa: 1;. W, Tobacco Dust, Nicotine. : ,
bearer
with the authorities in all states east ville: C. L. aymond, Daytona; C. F. Roades, Wadswcrth 0.; R. :I. Cleve..
to every lecture and entertainment of the Mississippi river the questionof Baker, Doshan; Ray Groen, E II. land. Exter,' Me.; Mr. and Mrs. E M, t
session of the entire Chsrtauqna at a whether or not the Florida nonresident -, Wooster, Mrs. E., H. Wooster Stenrl- : Watson, Trenton,' N J.; Fred Perry ". ;
rate admission very much reduced from' the single cardboard tag will be honored 'big III.: Mr. and ).Ins., Arthur Allen Mr. and Mrs. S.' R. Perry, Mr. and SP&4'xERS ; .i S'
charge. ,
after haying received many, "inquiries 'Misses Marie and Nancy Allen, Chat- Mrs. S. R. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. '
..
MANY PEOPLE CANNING FRUITS from non-resident motor ve" tanooga. Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. 'Ji A. W S. Simms, Aldonald\ 111.; Mr. and -
hide owners. While most of the Coffney, Elizabeth Robinson and El- A. F. Snyder, Weissport, Pa.; Mr. and Let .show the Vermorel 'Spray
With their first batch of cans i in states replying have advised that ois Tiffany Attica, Ind.; O. M. Mum- Mrs. W. F. Hollard, Leighton, Pa.; jis you i

the boiler at 8:80p. m., the cannery they would honor' the tag some reported Ich, St: Petersburg; Mrs.: F.' Yonland. Harold D. McCay, Washington; D. c., ':, )
in connection with the Redland Citrus they would not. Mrs. Lida Wright. Mrs Henrietta Mr. and Mrs. Frank, B. Rappa Niles, and Duster. :,:
Growers' House began operation Some of the states take the position Barry Mrs. Harriett G. Hill,' Biddies- Mich.; M. M. Rappa East Chicago; "
(Wednesday, in charge of Gcor* that the temporary tags are ford, Me.; Mrs. M. S. Bartlett, St. : Indo; J. F. Webster" Van West, 0.; 1 i'' i: i i ii )

,Ridge who haa been engineering: 'the valid for use only in Florida and,accordingly Pet.nburg1I0niett; .... Lamprey, Mr. and Mrs..J. McNanara, howell ;
construction of the plant., This cannery will not be .honored by : Amesbury Mass; Mr and Mrs. J. P. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brown, Garden, Tools 'and Cultivators
them. Van Derveet,* Philadelphia Charles DeLand; W. A Cloud, Cedar Rapids, '
.,the third In the state of Florida They rule that to have a li i : ;
operated by the Polk County Canning ('ense''' tar honored !in another state : F. Hughey- Dtfrey Tison, Kissimmee; I Iowa; F. B. Slade, Jacksonville; Mr. .
Company of ,Indianapolis, will be''a the owner should have one issued. W. II.Sherman Eustis: Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. F. IL Symons, St. Petersburg I
boon to the grapefruit grower who by his own state and not a temnor- P. C. ;' Mrs. Lucy Ehcrman, I ; Mrs. Woodward Miss Daquete r ..i
has 'not been able to realize anything 'ary tag of a state in which he doe Miss, H. B. Sherman New, York; Mr. Mrs. Lade, Mrs. Li pier, St. ,Peters W. B. MAKINSON CO..
on their crops this year. The plan not reside. This means that while the and Mrs. E. E Eckert. Ackron, 0.; burr.: and Mrs. C."'A Rood Ma ,
primarily was to run the cannery asa j non-resident Florida tag Is of un- Mrs. N. C. Deane Pittsburgh: Pa.; Brocton N. Y.; O..J.,Rood,
supplement to the packing house, I questioned validity during. the time Mis. A. G. McKee Mildred Hinsdale, Sinclairsville, N. Y.: :Mrs. J. E. Darl
handling the fruit which although of for which issued in Florida its val'd-' Edward Powske, Cleveland 0.; Mr. ing, :Mrs. Flula Clark Mrs. Fred Near Depot Photie"123::
and Mrs. A. J.' Armstrong. Miss A Loomis, Mrs. Clara Mrs Bru. ,
good quality, was so marked or spot- itv will be questioned by some of the Miler
ether and I Armstrong, Heharavillc. Ga. baker, Mrs. A. S. A. S. Mil. -
ted! as to prevent selling as either states for use in most -states. : ; ot.o -
golden or rusaett The present low The comptroller had hoped to obtain Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McCredie and son ler, T. C. Con way, Mrs. T. C. Con way, .
prices have caused a change of plan unanimously favorable report Miami; Charles K. Lockner, Newark, George Hull, St. Petersburg. S. -- '- ' - ,., i

and fruit is being picked from the from all eastern states, but it i II N. J.; Mr. and Mrs, William Buden- j Crewel Daytona Beach; F. P Horton .. ...
binder, Mr and Mrs James Henlie ',Georgia; Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Boyd
groves: for canning purposes.-Homestead renllzed h<* states that technically I Beautiful Yard Splendid NeighborhoodLET ,
Enterprise.HOW states refusing: to honor the tempo-' ,Cincinnati; E. M. Conwas. Tampa; Pete Curley, Nick Glynn Frank Powers -
I I !Mrs. Meta M. M. Dorothy Bard, McNarmara '
rary tag ere within their lights and Carven Kohn, Tampa Patty :ME SHOW YOU :
J., M Handerson. Ethel Pawtor, Jessie Bell F. M. : .
BEES LIVE AND MULTIPLYThe he therefore feels that in justice to ; Millstone Ga.; ,
Mr. and bliss N. M. Smith Christie, New York. "
the tourists; in Florida who are operating Portland .
I I
honeybee figures prominently motor vehicles. under the Florida 'N. Y ; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Nile., :, :- "AN IDEAL HOME"i
id history and agriculture. Study of non.. resident! license taps, ho Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. I. II.I PARK .,:':.-.If"J,' '
it is I[ Main. W. W. Lain.' Portland. J. II. Braden Jacksonville; J. H, I ;
intensely Interesting; workingwith should adv Quirk William Foster Mr. and Mrs. -
It Frank ,
is .
strangely thrilling. It. has 'for them to obtain home-state tags Itushnell. Tampa; Mr. and
ices. said that the closer man get before leaving: Florida rather than I'II'I. O. E..Smith.. New Haven. Conn.;:;,;S. D Opie, Neshania N. J.; Mr. and TilE. "RICE WILLL SUIT YOU
to bees, the nearer to Nature is he. I I wait until arrival at home to get the William J Young, Birmingham, Ala.; !Mrs. S. H. Van Sickle,Three Bridges ,
IJut, true as this is,' few'are r the revs which they will have to do any. P. A. Edwards Atlanta; George A. N. J.; C. R. Reutledge, Palm Beach; 'Sam L. :
people who know enough about bees way. Amos. sr.._ GCorgo..A. Amos jr., Buf Mr. and Mrs. C, Orient, Miss Boyde, Lupfer '
snd their habits and work to even falo N. N.; C. W. Henderson. Tampa Patterson, N. J.;' J. M. Hanson, Chi. .
writes post. card. The following I'I' Because of inclement weather the ; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Luke Sewan- cairo; H C; Shroder, California;J. E. Ideal Location 8-Room House. '
'
'brief statement by J. C. Goodwin, nrogram scheduled for the fine arts nee. Tenn.: William Bailer Cincinnati Lemon Max King, Los Angeles; Mr.
apiary inspector of the' state plant department of the Woman's Club is ; W W. Taylor. Ewnld: G, R. and Mrs..B. B. Rover, Akron, 0.; Mr|. -....
and Mrs. J. R. Robertson Pammo r
,
postponed until March. Frax. Jacksonville; T. O. Fletcher fit.
board of Florida, gives an insight in-
; Petersburg; Arthur'' Bell New York; 0.; :Mr. and Mrs.\ McIIurley Mrs. Edna 1
to how bees live and multiply i Davis,'Mrll. M. Coval, New Castle,
GUESTS AT. HOTELS Babe Burns. Betty Dunlup Peggy
"A hive Of bees consists, normally, i ,
WaJ.h. Mr. and Mrs. J. Pearsall, Jeanie Pa ; J. H. Elder Columbus. G. ; J\. "+
of one queen which Is the mother of I GRAYSTONEMr. Bell F. 'M. Christie, Phillip Jen- L. Allen W. C. Sunberry, 0. J. llawkinn GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS

the colony, thousands of undeveloped and Mrs. ,C E. Smith New kins, New York City.DAYSOJTS. Newark, 0.; Pete Curley. M. <,
females
or workers'and several I hun- -
-- Powers Mike Glynn New York City.
Haven Conn.; Mr and Mrs. John H.
dred drones. The workers under
i
nor. Miller, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. II. ,J. ,.. .. _.. ,
mal conditions do --- -- -- ---- .
not lay eggs. Their Dilegal. Cleveland OJ. M. H. Dick- MK: Hull, Mr. Campbell, New Jer. .

duties building consist comb in taking gathering; of nectar the,I I ey, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs.: Charles W; sey; Mr.C and Mrs. IL At Neel. Kisnimmeo 000<))0 .
care Haynes, Sameul Stevenson Mr. and ; C. Bellows F. L. Barker, 1
young and other work necessary for Mrs. B. F. Prorandine, New! York Tampa; 'J. M. Young. Birmingham
;
the welfare of the colony With the I I Mr and Mrs.. W. J. Lanahan Tampa; Ala.; P. J. Edward Atlanta; W. D. ,

bee the community is everything. and. Mr.,and'Mrs. L.' Dueak}', Chicago; O. Lasswell. Mr. W. D. Lasswell. Wil An Invitation to Inspect and Investigate the.
the Individual nothing. W. Pease, Jacksonville; C. P. Smith, liam I.as8well M. Goodson Tampa; ;
_
"Swarming i is but the expression of DunedinJ..Mr. and Mrs. II. P. An Lieut. E. T. Austin U. S N.; retired ,

bees in their attempt to Increase and thony, Miami; R. H. Meeker and Mrs. E. T. Austin. Newport R. I.; .
keep up the race. The original queen Party, Hamilton, 0.; W. F Newman, 'Mrp. J. Taylor. Mrs. Lnla-Taylor,
with a large number of the workers Jacksonville; P. C. Nerga, Camden, ;Boston; Jacob Lippima, Atlanta; Mr. Temple Orange in i. Mature GroveProd'u tion I IX111

depart. They leave behind them 4 in N. J.; Geoige C. Appla, Camden N< ,and Mrs. E. T Gould, Mrs.. Farling, .
the old'hive' the honey .* Syracuse. N. Y.; Mrs. Ida Gardner.
storesexceptsuch J.r; F. L Dakin, Scranton, pa.-; C. H. ,4 ,
as they carry with them to start Anderson; Mrs. Alice M Anderson,'Johnstown, Pa.; George Neale Wal- -
the new home, some workers, drones, BronxTillc, N; Y.; Mrs. Ella Mi:: Peck, ton N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hart, Growers interested in the production of better citrus!

brood and several queen cells. Some Danbury Conn. J. R. Thornton, F'. Philadelphia: Mr; and Mrs. B. S
;
strains swarm more than others, and I A;Murray.. Jr., Atlanta; ,F-C..1, oesb1r.and Davenport, Grand Rapids. Mich.; Mrs. fruit .are cordially invited, to inspect our Temple orange,
the beekeeper shpuld not tolerate,ex- Miss Voss, Mr. and aR.. G. Allen and son, Lakeview GeorgeW. t
: ., Kleir Chicago: E. E. iiuffman: grove, near Winter Haven,.between this date and March 8 ,

Tampa; Smith R. Conroy R. I. .

,' Campbell. L. G. Perry, R. M Wade, Our iepresntutJTe will 'be at the 'packing proper care and, feeding, before the fruit is true a
I .0- Tampa; Hampton. ,, Orlando; Jacob house of our Winter ,Ila"-n nurseries. conatantli"durlngt.hlt ''to characteristics, whether of 'the. Temple" or of ,
Lippman, Atlanta;.E. F. Conner Cincinnati period and", ill gladly.show the groveto other: oranges. ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hart, '.
; .
Real Bargains atMilar's Philadelphia;' E. F. Anderson Fag, all in visitors who are welcome wish to spend as much The invitation herein opens the' ,way: for you
time it's.
N. C.; William L. Smith. Jacksonville they, may ... ; V personally acquaint yourself with the actual ,

: J E.. Boone Daytona; B, E. See the.Temple! orange in mature prove, pro. performance of the, Temple orange. You may
Tompkins Yonkers. N. Y.; W.o'. duction, investigate it thoroughly as,the.fruit is learn the true facts about it and not have to .

Newman,, Jacksonville; William Bar. flow on the'trees ready'for'. market., cut and eat .depend upon heresay and rumor. Be sure to. t
ker F. W. Elacbel, Tampa; D. R. 'specimens selected bv yourself-get acquainted visit our Winter' Haveir grove before March 8th,

Variety Store, Henderson, Outla, Ga.; II. R. Barker, with'the- Temple as it isl! however, as on that date we 'will pick and 'ship
G.' E. Cloughley, Tampa: B. E. Tomn- the fruit. S
; king Yonkers; Mr and Mrs. C. M. 'The Temple'orange as'grown in this grove is PrJent. '
Metzgar, Stroudsburg, Pa.; Mr. 'I'nd on rough lemon root. Here, as elsewhere in the ;[ market conditions emphasizes anew''the
Mrs. P. J. Heffner, J. 'J. Brown. Ro c'trus belt it has, been demonstrated that the -cellslty"fot producing ,oranges, of quality.
.J cheater.N. Y.:, F. R. McAdams St. Temple, re'gatdlesa01: root stock, on trees of Inferior fruit must, go into the dascardifor,( the
Petersburg; G."R.' Clark. Stuart; W. bearing age. is everything claimed1! for the variety good of the citrus industry. The Temple; DOS 1
E Ross and psrty/Bluefield, W. Va.; by its, introdl ce a. sesses the needed quality-it is the 'premier variety ,
H, E., Poole Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. u- of the citrus family. A Temple orange grove
.. Just'received .large assortment of M. W Euish. Chicago: Mr: and Mrs. Young trees, cultivated; 'and fertilized\ to such as you are invited to see at Winter Haven

, William McICimms, Ottcrboro, Ind.; quickly mako wood growth, cannct be, expectedto is the outstanding Investment, of the horticul
v Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Flonchick, Rock- produce quality oranges of any variety. Trees tural world-for today, .for, tomorrow and, for i
China C' and 'Crockery, also Enamelware land; )fro and Mrs. A B. Niles Day- must attain a reasonable 'maturity, and have all. time.. Plant the Temple now for future profits.. ,

tona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Mack Stevens .' i
is about two"mile. from
WlnJlavenon'the
DIRECTIONS Temple orange"grove
i daughter
we.. and Lexington. Ky.; east side of the road to Bartow.. Call at our pack
which :. are selling at a low Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffard. Leighton nursery '. ,
roof for and
ing house-see sign on ad.mission' guide
,
.
'.' . Pa.Mr., and Mrs. Metzgar, %
"
Strawberry. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs A. F. SPECIAL WORD:.Bring your friends,* especially any who,bave been 'S
,price. We also have a good line of Snyder, Welssport. Pa ; Mr. and skeptical about .the Temple orange on rough lemon roots. Eat all you ,
,' - r fcf Ml'llo'.1, D. Bossier, Mr. and Mrs. R. want of the ,best orange-on earth.. Aa with the' proverbial. 'pudding,: the 1
E., Rustler and son., Johnstown, Ohio; proof is in ,the eating.Buckeye: '
Notions, and the rice/IS' 1 low; Our Mr. 'and Mrs. L.' Long Lewis Long,
'
,' ,. Savannah,' Ga.: 5. S. Hamilton,

Try Goods line is a'real argain: Come and Punxsutawney.Mrs., McGinnis Pa.;,D.Ottorboro.M Funk Ind.-Mr.; Nurseries' k

.
T T .. :. Mr.f( and Mrs. IL-. E. Corey, Springfield ,.

t Mass.;; Mr and Mrs. George
and see ,for your self/Uiai ,our good'sand Vorr. G S. Miller. Atlanta. ; Mr. and "' ,Originators of the'' Temple,OrangeEighth .

i ,'( : !> ?\", ,\!,"; Mrs Minn.W R. Smith, Fergus Fall. . .. .. -" Treasurer'S
: Mr. and. Mrs.Milton L.; Chew.
best''
,, prices 'are the. Montnft N., J.;' Mr.and Mrs. L. B. Floor Citrus Exchange. Building
*" ""* * -"" L -J ." '
;..;,L_:_. . Smith Mr. and Mrs. Walllngford '
,; Mr. and'"Mrs. pi, R, Taylor, Mr. and T lF1; 9 .
" .:. Mrs: 'AIAndenon. .' C. V. Anderson,

'.' Chicago.;Dnffrey I* S. Butt Mrs, )Erie Durant,;' Psut' wheeler. Mrm.Henney. -. Orlando'Office i : 30 East, Church Street, Harry; ;;;IotyDitstcicllKiut; ; > :
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., .' :Louisville., Ky.; Mrs. Louise (After ,,March 1st;'705 'Qr ndoBank&TrastBaildiitE. ;)
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'J Morss:7 Mn. Mary Crait Detroit: : ;/'" r- __

: 'Sf i Mrs: U4.rah. H Morris. N. ,D. C. .GILLETT CEO. R. MetfEANVice ., d..ALLtij,(' ::
MILAR E 'Mt.. G. Dunbrd .N. PrniMsnt' and Secretary and
Smith. Manager, .
Y.; 'Mrs. V. "E.; Pa.; ,President. : an4 Treasurer. ,' ,
,Mr. and Mrs .J. M. Johnson Liberty, -. .J', -' tt't .
nd. Harry SUnson. Lakeland R. L.
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. ', ?' Marsh, ..fontDekle,., ,,-Mr., Harvey, '. .. ... '.. '- J
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YALLKT OAZKTTK FRIDAY; FEBR.UAItYt. 1M4Jf 'l.. .

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1
H. O. Partin made motion that. Ira w.thrb.*, payment ? ( mnninntinmittftttittntii( > if
a
coupon witness No. ..-....... XO.OO
':. per.monnthymaintenance., allowed $5.00 W Cooper N.phew, dip. 10.33 J '
Ii: Motion was' Peoples Bank of fit Cloud, loan-1000.OO
I seconded by R/ V. Phillips and car Peoples Bank Interest ... .
A reed JTheulbeard hlhavlnlCNcompleted00

; I The clerk 'read later from F, E..C. ....ork.- upon motion made and duly
Ry. Company stating that rent onside conded and carried' adjourned.
t K. L* D. Uvrtre, Chari man. I
4 track on Okeechobee branch, Attest!. J.: I.. Overstreet clerk. TAX NOTICE
_$ which was used by the county while

a building the Kissimmee-Melboume
wed THE WONDERS OP CARLESBAD
t *cw? road for the year ending. February CAVERN / **
: I, 1925 was $31832. Upon mot on

\. ; I 1 of A. F. Bats, seconded), by It. V. Mammoth cave in Kentuck and the NOTI E is hereby given.that the tax books

Phillips and carried, the clerk was Instructed in the Shenandoah
.1 numerous caves .
and advise to write them the that railway the company county- valley are small compared with Car- of ::Osccol '.county for the year 1923 will -close

!lesbad cavern, near Carlesbad, New

I... . Bide would track not continue as the road to pay'was rent now on com-the Mexico, now reputed to.be the world's promptly on April first, next, and all unpaid

greatest natural cave. Engineer of

,. pleted.Upon request of Pat Johnston, the the made U.a S.preliminary-Interior department<<,vey of have the taxes at that time will be subject to advertisement


r ,: comptroller board passed to a authojotze resolution the asking cancellation the- cave and say it H even larger than' and sale. '.
*
first Its- .
PiipposcJ.: windings were
and 28
Nos.
of tax certificate 27 '
fallowed for five miles without
of 1917, for face of certificate and I over

-_ -_. ,_-_., ,,-, --- --- omitted taxes without interest. Benching-one point terminus.At in the. descent there In writing about taxes, give complete description -

Commissioner R. V. Phillip called, found natural "or- :i
was a stupendous
attention to necessity of char-gin Great billow almost of your property and enclose postage.
View of the beautiful Venetian Lake-the largest outdoor swimming voting place of election precinct No. qran. pipes,
E. pool in America-which has been 6, from Whittier to Kenansville, for perfectly rioulded, stand in regular
Just completed at Coral Gables, Miami, i :
.: Fla., at a cost of $100,000. The pool is for the' use of residents of the the reason it was a more convenient; order against the side wall. They .: To prevent your property from being assessed -
I in size and them the
..- suburb only, and a pergola-pavilion: and dressing rooms are now being con- location, and thereupon, on motion of range by tupping

s structed at the far end of the pool .at an additional; cost of $50,000. II. O. Partin, seconded by A. F. Bass explorers found" that they gave out 'i ; as UNKNOWN furnish Tax
and carried, resolution changing the real "tunes. The sounds were Assessor
maltni'I'I v
the roof of the
fied'fcy
cavo
---
in said
; voting place precinct was
: Wm. I. Barber
passed. a sounding board. Another chamber Kissimmee, Florida, a complete
,. 1
in the cave was named the "Inferno"because

t ( . jk9s .. ers The in clerk Osceola presented county, list which 01 pension wa ex- the scene meets are sucn as f description of your land, as he is required bylaw

,
I amined by the board as required by to conjure up pictures of the placeof

{ law eternal in Dante.punishment so vividly described ] to assess as UNKNOWN unless this is done.

Reports of county depository showed
balances in funds February 1, The government party found a hu-
1924 follows man skeleton some distance from the
as :
*, Rcvenu _______ __J.I147SS6 entrance. It is probably that of an -- -
Fine and forfeiture _______u__ 1581 : Indian who became lost in the cave C. L. BANDYTAX '
71i I toad mid bridge --__________-117760 and died trying to find his way out.
Special road ___.__________1681.8.
Tick eradication _____ .637.36 People living near the cave have made .
1 Publicity ____ 000._ 669 U short excursions into the caverns but \
-
f 5aa Fair _________u.h___________0. .- 31 80 no one is known to have penetrated COLLECTOR
> ,Je Agricultural' __ _...__________ m.17I'ald
warrant wrro" ordered cancelled as far as the government engineersdid.
.a from the several funds a. follow" : I It would be an easy matter for

Revenue __________________-IS47&15 one to wander about for indefinite
t ______ an
of Fine and forfeiture 1185.J8
Road and bridge -____________- 4581 (6AKflculture length of time in this cave. .

f ft ------,---- -- ---- SJ5, ;2 2ftmount. Unlike other caves, there is no sign o ooooo000000400'oooo oo'o'oo ,.

The tax* rollwclert collector's a* follow report: Llcvnie ft of animal or leptile far from the en- ,'

124 25; poll lax 1200. trance. There is absolute silence and .
The following hills mere ....nmhlt'd.appro.d darknes. The temperature remains

i t (..and...ral ordered H.'....paid. ....:... around 50 degrees.! At some points I BASS CONSTRUCTION
E Ij I> vertrffit. comnir-11000 Miff underground breezes were en COMPANY

1' F U a l'al'\ln, tommlasloncr1120 f'ountered.Iuch: climbing had to be
r The Coral Gables Inn, Coral Gables, Miami, Fla., which has been \ K HHBR commlftainnor __u u 1200 done in order to reach the ,
the just K V I'hllllps.. commissioner_ 2S.on some of I CONTRACTORS AND
opened to The BUILDERS
II' public Inn was copied from the Summer Palace of the J L O\.rlltr..el. clerk,__--_-- - 119 "oJnhncton chamber Tho explorer were roped ,
II t Moors adjoining; the Alhambra in Spain. and Sarrett, attorneys ftrt doMlllon
together to
J prevent a sudden fall into
: I'lvdKer.' pro*. ntty,.. S3 St WOOD, BRICK STONE
T I : ; : unknown depths. They reportedthat ,
---- t'omrrcounty ludr------1 III'<
_
_
u I I. I! "Farmer cure of jail .. 1250 the caverns wore majestic in STEEL, STUCCO
PROCEEDINGS OF THECOUN'T'Y sionor A, F. BaAs n .\ ItufH. foreman <<<'0 home I;:. u" ize beautiful. I N K. BASS
to look into the .1 I It ittinit. andery JACK BASS
COMMISSIONERSThe county 1\Iot",1 Iii" n"i i'lmmlM'r I
mutter and report to the board. . <*miiiii .rce. half rent" -- 3..,(i"i I - rj':::? Ho>al !Street 615 Sproule Avenue
J. -'- W. J. Adams, $t I'loml. Chamber hnlf rent ad,' 10 i
k Board of County Commission highway) Hignal, presented representative of a It\ M: KohiriHoii, rmttt. Illirnry. 2:. all. I Cl.riJ ttOMKNISIT::' \NKOKI:' I
a sampleof *
era in and for Osceola Florida are rL .
county, a alga which he offered to sell to Mnnili Pn'I".i'.I.t..n." 'h ta, 1111Iurge I MIR H N' \taldn".n: and Mrs.: W ,. --- .- - --- - -- ---. -- -- _ -
met in regular session Monday the I I' VH! -.
Bounty for $24 each, fh e board H :" ""'" I.1 Steed attended I the annual luncheon ..
morning, Februuiy 4, at ten o' 'lock. lifter K: II KIIIV4UI, . HhH 1 I'. III"
m.ikinKexamination of th d _ and card given the, SanfordWoman's
Pug Pen-moil party by
nn'
I :
E. I... U. Overstree, chairman, 11. U'. sign, upon| mutton of A. I F Mass, sir J..h II i MiilotH- . . 1 I". ".. Club, in Stanford, lust Tuesday. ,- BROADWAY GARAGE
Partin, A. F. Bass and K. V Phillips, ondiKl l l by K. V. Phillips and earned, Airs M I lEioiifmn, ,, hh' I 141 uo The affair
s and I purchased two 11111 H.IRI .. .. _. .'_ i II 0 was beautifully arranged II. M. 1'. LA"'BI'NCE. Pre.H.l.r
Johnston Garrett I signs.. h
attorneys for in all its
I Ml \Villlnifm ._ I I.1 I.. eO. appointments.
(i the board, and J. I... Overstreet, clerk,' lira trustees of S. R. and n. Iliac :Mm J It Yale. 0.0._ _h' h__ _-. I In. .1111. The excellent luncheon course was (MINERAL::' At"IO REPAIRS
", being present. (J. M. Hanaell bein j No.4 Oi-ceola county, Florida, came'l \ I K K".II.II, __ _h_____ _. h run. prepared and served by the domestic GAS. OILS AND ACCESSORIES.
prank IC\an; __ _
l
gibefore
absent.) |, the board, and presented a no- n*- C'lemm"ne 1 _ _0._ auo SIllIn scienie department of the high HARTFORD BATTERIES, SUFFLIES AND SERVICE
hire i for bids as prepared by them for ''Tod. l' __ __ *
The board was called to order b l" in YLhe,, purchase of material for con- Samuel Moritndoca __ u ._.. fi 00 ,of enteitainment. 501 BROADWAY PHONE 238L
its chairman, and the minutes of the Twenty-five table
> ruction of n U UvlnvHtnn _. r no ,
proposed road in h'hU --
district. Mr .1 K Kmlth __ __ served the progressive player. i
January meetings read and approved. which h'h' 500 i
j'I notice the board approved, and Mrs M Share Sod -____ .
-- ------ ----
|I upon motion of A.o'. Bass, seconded Mrs. John Fleming.: 2 month: : Hi Oil( -
I* / A. R.: Dennis came before the board 1 t by H. O. Part and carried, the (........1 It........ ...... -------- -- ------ -- -
and asked them to allow him l''I lira I. M! Krnton. numiitfr
a part clerk of
the board was instructed to l I.r MoC.irtliv ____ _
5S
On
& of the printing for the year 1924.! have it advertised. Mrs Xf 1. I'lorc-e,h washing" -.h' for (

The board having discussed the matter I George VV. Sullivan came before 'l>r McCarthy -' ------ -- 300
with the editors of the the board Mrs !M lrooktlre.) ;; care: : of Mr.*.
papers and asked
them to make .. _
I Thumpft..n ___ __ lane .
upon motion of II. 0 Partin, second- I i repairs on the east lake load, the Telephone rents Uhn-- __--=-::=-: 1560 .
; ed by A. F. Bass and carried, passed:! J i board after having discussed the T I. Comer trapper license*__ 1200
a resolution dividing the printing for 1| matter with Mr Sullivan I Valley (lasette. blank ____ _.. 33.0"t..r ..
'
the upon motion -, \\ and I fight 1'lant-------- 31.20
year. of II. O. Partin, seconded Robert Holder, repair ___ 3.00 .
;r ... Notary bond of Walter J. Nelson, F. Bass and carried, instructed b1.A.. M Katz Son. upplle.*__hn__ __ 1230
with U. S. Fidelity and Quaranty Johnston, county W B Maklnon. iiupplle I *.. .... . 21.38
engineer, to maks
R n Mlnlck,
medicine : DODGE
Company, as surety, was examined estimate of the cost to rebuild the R EI Floyd mule feed_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_- 1249 COO BROTHERS

; and approved. bridge and fill on the road and report Lupfer and Prather. Jl'as and oil 14.6< '
J. R. Gunn county agent, made a to board at March meeting. D A Ba*... care pauper..___.__ 6?.SO '
verbal report of the county fair held The board took J M Breaker table cover....... S.00 '

i d St.. Cloud, and agreed to have a p. m. recess until 1:30 c Onceola C'McfoHkejr.lid,.. ho.hauling. Co. Ant.i...?,_...._ X.60 1.'"l "TYP E- -8: I 5 .

#: written report to present to the board The board reconvened' at 1:30: Fla" Feed Stores. upplle....... :Ml< .It { ;'.(',\. ,. E-DAN 1l M 1 I, :
p. \ 'ty:
Carson Farmer. : :;
.. at their March meeting j m., all members of the Insurance. .... 31.76 I' '. 1.
'.. morning sea C L* Bandy, commilon.______. 94.C6 "
A committee
4 consisting of repre- I sion being. present. t.upfer'K Insurance Auency. ._ *.IX
sentatives from the Chamber of Commerce The clerk presented bill of Mr. Win I Barber commlflKlon _u_ 2%! 63
from St. Cloud and Rhine HI Cloud Tribune 1eg.l r l add.. r.395
Kiasimmee, fcr clothing: for Thompsonchild Chas llleit, work at (t House 31 On Probably no closed car has ever been
+
with the county agent, JR Gunn $3.50; Carron Farmer, for James Kelleyearn.. _______ __. 2200
came before the board and reportedy I premium on insurance policy, county I.. VanOetiKerKh.: wk reic bk*. 1000 received with 'equal enthusiasm the
? it would be impossible to take exhibit I'' inflrmacy, $31.75; Lupfer's Insurance .1 Scott M Rhine eupplles.------, :_ 360::
Gore
to Madison Square Garden with Agency, for premium on policy Ford toad boarding..
e the amount of money donated for I'' truck, $9 12; William Cooper and 0V Ahton. foreman______.___I12B 00
that purpose. Mr. Gunn stated that 'I Nephews" for cattle dip Dan Itrown. convict guard_--__ 75.00
$810.33 L. K .
; l I") Overstreet.
sox' > v nothing less than $1000 would be ufflcient VanDenbergh, for work on registration Walter )lavncs. convict Inspection.6.00 cook __ KS.OO This is unquestionably due to the fact .
to make even a small exhibit. books for election precincts Noa. (rn..1 Younif. road work'_--- 2905
-
'f ". Mr. Pledger suggested that the exhibit 4 and 11, St. Cloud, $10: Carson Farmer Mr Frank Klma Harne Overatreet.. upplie.*. 13.IX that in spite of its
be small and attentive that it for road work.-____ 80 00 acknowledged
,'' .' premium on bond trustees Oliver Sharps, road work_ 52.OO
; might be possible to come within $1S. R. and D. Di.t. No.4, $15; trustees 8llou Clemmon. road work---__-_- 52.OO beauty, and exceptional riding
i 000. He alao stated that it would be of S. R. Dist. No. 4, for commissions Earl Plowman road work-____ 311.00 com-

s' a god investment for the county. Mr. $430; Bank of Osceola County- Jim Amos demon Paraon...road road work"work.__-_________ .10.00'.00 fort, thaTyp'eB Sedan is as -

1't J* French suggested the exhibit be a for interest on bonds in S. R. and B. W Olemmon. road work" .--____ 8 00 sturdy e
i A !& display of strawberries and thought Dist. No. 4, $2406. The board K K Brown mule reed------ 4990 as an .
.i, t L. it could be put on for $1000. Mr. Por- considered the above bills having M Kate Hone, BUpplle..___.-_._ 1840 open car and costs but
upon motion \V 11 :Maklnaon road supplies.. 10.81
ter of St. Cloud, stated as it was a of II. O. Partin, seconded by R. f C Bryan supplies.--___-__.._ 14045 .. little more.I. .
matter that interested the entire V. Phillips and carried, the clerk F C Bryan mule feed------__ 15142
county the should be instructed was R H Floyd. mule feed____...__ 4' 35
expense to
the paid by issue warrants for. the R H Floyd, supplies __________ 51011 W. PHILLIPS
county. H. M. Katz stated the payment of the same. M C Autrey, truck body ____ 1XX5 CO.
-- -
city commission might be willing to Estimate of Mrs. J. M Carter, on M C Autrey, net. nf pin, etc___ 13100 Orlando Fla. '
help, but it should be paid by the work of indexing for the M C Autrey. Fordon tractor__ 613 EO ,
: office of the :J
C
Orlffln. pinch bar _______ 1.60
county as all tax payers in the coun- county judge, was read in open M C Autrey. repairs.---_-._____. 345
ty would be benefited. board, and Mr. Johnston advised the F-upfiT A Pratlier. KR. and oil2203 C.;A. WILL,
The matter having been discussed board to pass the It Puck gas and 011.0.0. 7 XS '
matter until the
M C Osceola
fully, upon motion of A F. Bass March I Autrey., dlfr. on new truck. 2.S OO County Representative,
sec- meeting, and advise Mrs. Car- H C'hlt.. release t.h'h_ 600
t oned by H. O. Partin and carried, the ter to give the board exact figures r* AO Anderson lumber______ 37418 St. Cloud Fla.
r board agreed to allow $1000 for the on the work. J F Ralley road work________._ '7 60 ,1

I i exhibit, to be paid out of the agricul- Bond of J. M. Yates, D. S., with II. Oaceola Jasper Padgett Hdw Co.,road ho\ela work' ___ 675 400

tural and live stock fund. M. Katz and F. C. Bryan as suret'es, Oaceola Hdw Co., supplies .__.:: 31 65 -_
W. H. Reggen,;of St Cloud, presented was examined and approved. People Bank order of W 11. -
r fcV Mann road work------- IIS 14
I application of Richard Bass The clerk presented and read in r) R Kllpatrlck. "uradlnK ____ 77* 18
1 for pension, which was examined and I 'open board letter from L. E Fenn. H N Hratlon. bridge work__-____1032)).4S
I ; approved by the board. I I asking: the board to fNtndler dumber Co. lumber.._ tS 7*
recommend that
I'1 the F E William, lumber________. 9 BJ
John S. Cadel comptroller of the
reported condition of state of Florida Joe Johnston, county nurveyor. 1J8EO
two miles of road beginning at the 'J{ return to tlie bank $3,000 of the Mrlntvre A Miller: lumber:: : 572811

/ Asphalt road at Narcoossee and running i bonds on file with the comptroller for City Walter Meat Market, aupplle: __ 875

a/ north to James Tyson's place, as security I as county depository, on the Wm K Faleske.Hronaonv road hoar work for sranr:_ (__ 61.00 A OO

being very bad, and asked the board !grounds that there would not be over Bill Crum. road work -- SI.00
to make necessary repairs that $12,000 on deposit in the road Kill Garage worlr" on truCk.. ._ 280
4 l growers j 1 O Eckley. road ___
work .. .
fine and 1O 00
might forfeiture
be able
M to haul their fruit funds, in the bank A W Crosby, road workhhh
I and fertilizers. Thereupon, on mo i at any time during the year. The A F Ban road Inspector._. II 876 nil Q
; : lion of H. O. Partin, seconded by A. board having considered the request Luther Warren road work_u. 15 oo '
'. F. Baa and and being satisfied Babe Brown, road work" __--'<_. 750
r' to place saw dust on the road. I passed a resolution asking the comproller Tobe Bass, road work---._--_-___ EDO -. :
to Tie Baa*. road work_______
J. E Johnston county engineer, refund amount requested. C E AIII..o...A P.....". .... -- .62.......60...
---- ------ --
k' presented his. estimate of work com- me Clerk presented certificates of H C Had I..". lumber __-_--_---- 1113.87. I
I pleted by H. N, Bratton on bridges comptroller, showing Bank of Osce- Mr. C Q Earerton gas.----- ---_- 40.08
+ on the ola>. County was qualified as a Mcintyre Miller lumber___ 11.80

i \showinggrading. a Kenanaville-Holopaw balance due of $1032.45.road, depositary, which certificate was county or- R hgllhlr.: .':.**.: payroll road suppllen dint .No__.S... 257.60 62.16 \

:t: Estimate of work of D. R. Kilpatrick d lered entered on the minutes of the rha. Padgett road work----___ 411.7 1
h toard. Homer J Partin, road work.__ 4)1.00
on road, $772.10; estimate The David Baa*. Sr.. road ___
clerk work.
informedthe K.AO _
t W. H. Mann for grubbing right of Panda board that Owen Ix>nfer. road work_. _.. 63.76 __ : :
way of road. 182.14 and bill for J were abort In agricultural and Std Bronion road work--__-____ 66.04
., J' t lumber forbridges: of McEntyre and I II Ire stock fund; thereupon, on moon Will Lanler. road work________ 65.00
R I. Jolly ___
.,, Miller. the amount of .87286. Upon 11(J>(.. Partin of IIF anJ Bass;' seconded by H. FlM aael road F.e0N4.r.work .___FnaJ____ 81.50

'11 motion of:A. F. $ass. seconded by R carried, the clerk was T Comer Judge Juv. court___$ ll-I ',
(r' ;1V Phillip afd'carrled, theClerk'was attracted to fret a loan of, $1000; H:J I.Bronon, speed cop___.____ 1X5.00 .
r : ; instructed to draw Application'of'If. M."Bratton. for Oiceola B fltorv. Kam warden_,::_. HS.OO '"
!$;u.to.eacb Hdw Co. aupplJ.h_
.. tl.49!
{ ppointxneoti
l t said, billa.: w-l\\ Mcotmty.. : enumerator- L R Farmer, servant at jail____ 12.00 1
fi
or the U R '
:year 1924, was read in Farmer cost In CI.r..nceL
\ ""W..z; St .reported that .. open .
i nk Mr. AR! oard. and. 'Weaver ce> I
: > upon motion of R. V.'Phil- ----- 11.10""i
k
Narcoossee R Farmer. ; ;; I
geod.jof :.
co t In
; claimed the "l! C. O.
;
Vc-f, ps seconded by H. 0. Partin and i Newton casa '_______ j
.
county road rang through ilia 'land ---- tS.tl
I"i" )j, (>l ;afri"twgaetod the board c*arried clerk** appointed "" r. R Farmer, feedingprisoner*. 11.H j f ODoIi. !
to
make
laT Milton
p *' The presented and read let Pleda-er. conviction fee.. 66,00 uLirY.8iJ } :
ticauon ? 'determine whether he toth!rfrontMrs.,8araJ. >- Lorll. Pleda-er. Copt Ken yon case .... ,
--Tyner eking
"" Johnson. .JP n
wa eorrecc: .The! batman 'of 'the board -ass..T3L10 .II
C
I. 'for assistance." Matter R Fanner,.coattQ C .. '
oj"
eaa. ,
48.6
-r .*' 'boards; thereupon,':appointed Comm!.- P astcd. i :J L Oreratreet., colt court cases Potal'Tel Co., .,,
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TUB rRESBYTERkEL' BEE 0000 K t...... .. ..;!\\1 \ 1 -*h *-1 ; \ \\ :: : ( ::::::::::::::::: ::: :::: :::: : :: : : : ::::. :::. : :: '

"But faithful memory back shall, go -
To those dear scene of long ago." r ..

Tha were the curtain drawn aside .'. . e' _, ', .... .
last Friday night at the' Chapter ,.. : : ; ';" ', .
(lions and for three hour gray haired ,,
'
men and maiden gay were in their t 'c. ,
youths again.- .
The Chapter House was completely . ...., '."' ,\
filled the boy and girls wore charming \'
with their curl. Short frock and I ...

well Ailed\ dinner pail The schoolmistress j.... .: ;,
,
..... .. .r ,
.. ,
Mr*. Malvina Frlpp. arrayed ., I.. ...... .." ''.'' .,."
in the fashion of her time an- t : <<&!:U'J"rl': 1'1. :'> I'
nounced to the school visitor that on .. &. '"
this Friday afternoon th. usual "':.' ; ,
"pieces" would be spoken and some ,
extra feature given because: it wa If"
I February 22. At this remark Kitty .. : -
Gray Lander (Mrs. David Landers) '. : ;'; :
adorable with her golden curia, announced "''lIt." .
she knew it was George' ,
'
Mother' Washing Day, and ,*o the ',.if. ;
tun began.
The following pieces were spoken
without interruption: -
Selection from premier cleat pupil
-Carroll Makinson.Selction .
-Minnie Thomas "
Selection-Coo Boas Coo-Job Lan-

d.T.Selection! -Kitty Gray Lander.

Mary Had A Little Lamb Obed
-.tump.;
SelectionNanny Lupfer.
Singing: Quartette of five people
i idsin Jedadiah-by Jacob Marple, !ji .:
l lob Lander Obed Stump. Ruthy Parker -
' Kitty Cray Lander; with Mea- :; ::1 :iH Hiilim ..

dame Jeruaha Mast instructor -In ... ...I1 ..,.Ul., ....
music at tho organ. "\ '
This song vas to well received that Jilr! : ij '
... it 'was repeated and other number I a .
A:a 1
.. .
.
added (not encores). !i "
.. .1, .;. : :: : . i
M"r"N' ..
A spelling match was next in tho ." I- .... 4 .rtlwttit:, iii '1 I
program. Cassie Dreseh: and Daisy ;:: ......:: ::::: z. y .
Snodgraas were captains, and chooso .r.
thirteen spellers from each side. ..:ti
the :'!:.fi : .. : j f+l 4
Among champion were Nancy I
McKay: Tommy Moaetey, Kitty Gray ,
lender Jacob Marple Obed Stump, "
Ruthy (Alice) Parker -and other ii' .
Old-time rules, requiring proper formin

pronouncing maintained. After .
ete1

mg several the entire clasa continuous, except Phebe spell. Not t .
e to
llolloway went down on rhinooros. Only .
During the entire afternoon (fig.
uratlvely speaking) Willie! Dreseh :
had 1 pouted and refused to speak or .
o spell, but the teacher announcedhat "
[ Willie was her star pupil .
ku-cially in history. She had never Invest But to Live -
.nOWn him to miss but one question it
In the history clan, and that was tho
It,her day whe she asked him to tell M
there the Declaration of Independ- 1
>nre was signed. Willie hung his '
\end l. forgetting for a minute that it 'UCCESS brings many joys, but none which exceeds the gratification of a "
AH signed at the bottom of the page.Just .
an the teacher was !giving! i i f home of your own. Sooner or later every man and woman realizes that un- '
Lime closing remarks and
be-
really less the best values of life to them must between themselves
ming very tender m her remininnt are escape they put I

[>rand-parent vein as ,to and having the taught parent the of ,,} ,and the hurley-burley of the world, a plot of ground and a home which ""x

l.i.*. and that she had !grown gray' will represent their own ideals, a patch of green grass, tree's, garden per- .
lid feeble in the service-and aa she/
iiutioned them not to play in the haps, and a vista which will be all their own. -
lOW or break in on thin ice as they f
lomcward went so as to avoid Coral Gables in its setting of rare tropical beauty provides these things on a scale unknown 1

|uiny not tonsiliti.l. A knock ate heretofore-and insures to the and his inheritors their .
> door announced the arrival of I Hr. purchaser permanent, unspoiled pos- ,

[.upper and a company of our most session.Visitors. f
upectable .-Itizenll. which called for
repitton of part of the program. and Miamians are buying homes and plots at Coral Gables not only for a. safe and
The modern drink of .
punch was J
rved. Dr. Tupper addressed the profitable investment-but to live. .
itdience and then ended one of the
|ost pleasurable evening; ever held For here in a most distinctive and far-reaching way are provided the settings and surround- "}

idt Klulmmee-one ladle.of the are kind noted.forPresbyterian ings and home refinements which make for the larger and better life. And because we have

provided these things, the better class of people are investing in homes at Coral Gables. So ,

SPIRIT OF CHEERFULNESS that, along with all of the other fine things which Coral Gables takes pride in possessing you

I I How sweet' bow in Infancy how lovely .: will find good neighbors, too, to make pleasant your home life. n nis
youth, saintly in old ago i* .
he spirit of cheerfulness. There are 1'i"' :; :;'' \ . This the reason why Coral Gables is the best investment which Miami offers today.. The 'p' ):;; y.
1 1's
hwr noble nature whose "I'. Itir
nee. carries sunshine with them very wher pros- ' ,,0: j4ueP1\ '!T : wonderful development here upon which millions of dollars have been spent has brought rapid -", ,r;.:: t '; t n

i er they go; sunshine mean pity fore f ..\-, and large increases in values from the beginning. The investor this season will gain,'still i" :' ; , ,

blp poor for ,tho sympathy unfortunate for the, and Buffering bonlgIty , greater profits in, the greater development .which.isto" come. .' '. "'f\:**-m al, 'fI ,' , :/,:" ; ,

] flow toward much all.a face enliven every Coral Gables, Miami's. most beautiful home suburb, is also Miami's best investment. .. ;

(her face it meets.-and carries Into

bmpany Adn.... energy vivacity and Joy and A trip to Coral Gable i i. yours for the asking. Ccme to the local office and make .
1 But your reservation for seats aboard the de luxe Pullman bus that runs from this city. "
the scowl and frown begotten You will enjoy this free sightseeSng tour and a trip to Coral Gables will be a memorable 7..
a relflsh heart, and manifesting it- event.America's. ,
If in daily almost hourly! fretful- ,
tss, complaining, fault-tlnding,
bitrful comments on the motives of
Ihera-how they sour and sadden the E

untenance.I No joy in the heart nobility in the
M, no generosity in the naure; the fCGRUAL BABI-Jr; '
ole character as cold as an ice-
krg. a* hard as an Alpine rock and
I arid as the waste of Sahara.
[Readers, which of these counte-!
flees are you cultivating?-Florida

Jvocate."- Finest Suburb

\\Teethina Will I 'r'


Save Mothers .

Much Trouble GEORGE E. MERRICK, Owner and Developer ; ;

.
DAMMERS & BURNES, General Sales Agents -

.u mother would give Tecthlna
their bablea 1 am *ur* U will ave 1 .
em much trouble a* well a. sufferK. Executive Offices: 168 East Flagler St., Miami. \
." write Ura. J. J
4. McKlnney.
|>ute 1, Seymour T...... Florida Offices: Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando,
"1 have two little one* and they .
Tampa, St. Petersburg Sanford LakelandDeland Eustis. .
d colic, cratnpa and bowel trouble. .
*ave them TeetMnawith An* re.t. Kissimmee Office: Park Hotel C. L. Bennett District
and they are both lively add Manager .
tkhy aa you plea**."
Glen D. Rose Kissimmee
Ira. 'MoKlnney ls but one smock' I Representative
Dusanda of rrateful mother all
.T the land who gladly testify toatarllat
; qualities Teethlna la
levant pain and dl.tr .. Incident I .- ..
-.brltoocl.: Teeiklna I* especially
lluabl* for use daring teethlnr to -- ... .. 1
duo* Inflammation of he cuma and 0 4 ,x
v rlh condition 1
Teethlna la oold by all dm r*! **.

}mad 5, Columbus 40e. to the Oo Moffett, for a pa latoora1e ka-c e- ::: t ** ,- : :::: : *:>**:::)<* :::::::fooo.oooooooo..t..o..o. .. ,o.ooo.ooo..o..oo ,

d a tr. booklet about t>able.. o..oo..oo.o.oooo..ooo.ooo..o.oo..o., . 1


S. JOHNSON VKTEUAKS'HEADS COMMITTEEyal roltUe Will be composed principallyof a compromise! resulted in tie namingof I WATER IS A FACTORIN them off from the body. of feed. Therefore, if the feed i*
World war veterans. the South Dakotan a* ranking republican EGG PRODUCTIONWater Third, water is important a* a factor worth a doUavk-to-thoHKn the water a,
S. Johns congressman The committee wa just suggested member,: of \the =rule com- in egg production, a* it outer into also II i worth a dollar. . ti
m South Dakota-leaioiuWn- by,the American Legion in order toepedito mittee and also head. of the new com 'play an important part lathe the composition of the egg a* well Drinking vessels should bo careful
Ml* the newly) V formed .veterans legislation..for the relief of mittee. J"' >" life and work of the hen. Its .use a* the hens body, the egg being 70 !ly Timed when fresh water
nmittee Orpl aect', fat eongreis.to aabled oldler, ; but 'the"work will f'Commenting, idle all veteran* legislation. The embrace 'practically every phase oflegiaUUooconcerning the;'committee. Chairman Johnson First it softens the cod in the digestive From the hen's viewpoint/'water.ia! hen are drink irregularly too much .
at a
ecUon: ,Coogreeamaa 'Johnson former service aid that.the. .croup' :f would begin process. worth a* much a* food for she can time. -It should not be then
.- at party eanfirent.r'whlc. .en,an* women.-' For, a' Urn, it study of certain controversial matter Second, as the main. ingredient of not make any' egg with either one ,.* of the hi exposed to' ,'
ilUd.ln.the, ; namingof; .fcrWorM ......ed.that ,the''World war,nterana far present legislation. withia view to blood water carries food .and *ubstanc alone say II. B. Lansden extension lowed to 'frees*un in summer-or be wOl al .
winter. Once ,
1' veterans, tel.Spsnt.h"war.v would not obtain tho chairman-ship of recommending then for] early action. from the'cllcatl.. organ to poultry specialist, of the Florida Cob be ,
surprised at the additional
-j, and five aoft-aerriee. members to the committee M Congressman Johnson -, Tb. .toM >-of 1taI' ,risk insurance and the tissue of the body. It also car. lego of Agriculture. .-. of if the number, .
committee., It I*.understood that refused to resign from the rule law rice eggs drinking wateris1wanned"
affedngAvocational. rehabilitation worn-out, exhausted material and! ...Ai hen will,consume about,six'gallons and '
demoeratleinembers'! \of'the con- committee to;head theinewbdy; But 'will bs next > id.redV tissue to -changed i three of- fear. ; I f
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1 i ,":., r i SOCIETY'S' REALM 1 I : MEMORIAL, i io I -
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ft 4* , .. Mrs. J.. Vanse" Cunningham! IIarrlrir .. _
l '''' ; Va.; Mrs 11. M. Iluett, Liberty, . .0.0.0000000..0.OOOOO". GREAT ANNIVERSARY SALEL! ! !
4 ,.:. DINNER AT I Ind.; Mrs. C. E. Benham, Cleveland, A few weeks a lady somewhere -
.' '+ I." CLUB HOUSE v V.1} loll'''. Chan. Rees, Tampa: Miss in NeV England invented the
Basiel D. Hamilton entertained at Olga Rees' Tampa; Mrs. Blanche word ""scofflaw" to be applied as an _
.\ 't dinned at the Club House, Thursday '! Black, Washington, D. Co; Miss Clara j epithet to the lawbreakers who vio .
evening, honoring Miss Wagner | ( Ind.; bliss late the Eighteenth:: Amendment by "
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Z ". I .', Covers were laid for twelve immediate '' Kunloo Guffy, Montrose, Pa.j; Mrs J. making bootlegging whiskey. Tne i '.
r members o( the Hamilton andWagner C. Williams, Warren, p.} Miss E.<- word is in excellent one and should : 0 Just one year ago today, we took over the Ideal
N'I 1 *;i.. families. I jtelle S. Uunncll, Warren, 0.; Mrs E, come into general use, but it has I
I t' '" J IN. Hollcnbaugh,. St. Cloud; Miss" Cora caused a wonderful flitreback, for the 116 Broadway .Kissimmee. By courteous :
r .,.: ANNUAL LUNCHEON I C. Graf.'St, Cloud;' Mrs 11. N. 'Ifrr- I: rummies have felt the sting of it and I Grocery, ,
I, ton, Lake Alford; Miss Jan D. Mo-- i have been: laying awako at night I
j' ( \,, 4 Last Friday .In Fraternity Hall ( Munn, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. D. C |trying to'invent a word that would treatment square Dealings and supplying our patrons .
'" members of the G. A. R. and Sedgr- i: Justice, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. A. n. servo as an antidote. The following I II ,

i >; : wick Circles; held their annual lunea- Leddon New York; Mrs. II. H. Burgc ., are a few r"R :. "Libertycide 1 with what they wanted have succeeded in build-
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eon which included a bountiful feast. Orlando; Mrs. William( Dawson, Taft; ," "Rob "Verbotenrat." i we
'.' 'A! delightful hour of social converse Mrs. Taft Mrs. B V. "Buttlnbully "
I J. S. Hyatt, ; I"Pryrotten" ? 'Hoji-1
and a pleasant program of Impromptus Muggins, Winter Haven; Mrs. Borbe. i"boss" and !; pymanJII." What nlaughable ing up, a wonderful business. We feel so' very grateful

eechee., _ __ .__ i Halnc City. ; Mr. and Mrs. K. M'I,., lot of absurd word. Scofflaw j (I
t Russell,. Clarendon, Va.; Mrs. K. O. is a descriptive word and -/fits the .' for the liberal that have received
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'. : l EAST RESPONSE Meek Kort Meade; Mrs 11. W Cur cape exactly, but read over the fiat of j patronage we
r tis Milwaukee Win. 1\f F. M. the others ttn-i it sounds like I
committee ; r.N. rapidly ;
,. .. Mrs., on G.Near T. SiRler East and Relief her, arc very- Stage Norton! ,Buffalo Buffalo, N.N. Y.Y.;; Mrs.Mrs.nirnctt.F. L. praying to the see Pevil.nroadra.stinK that we are now going to give, to our many patrons, '

w k appreciative their efforts.of Checks the response have been given received to- Atlanta, Ga.VEDNESD.YS'. j Ili'Jirtheats 'II a chance to lay in a supply at unheard of prices a '
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-: to the amount of $lf8.( Thanks i Prof I K. 11. Abbott of Perdue "I'n'- ,
are extended I to .nil who gave unsi.-t- \ : :; UKIIXiE. Cl.tril versily has invented n nmrophtiiicMetheRcopc of which list below :
r'j' ance. - with which be- can magnify : Jpew we : .
I j : j Mrs. 11.V" Bocetend;; :Miss ItyontertaiiH'H liv.urtb: <#'s i so that they can b1brondrafte I r

\ ,; MRS. \VESTS RIW! .E STUDY this weekthe Wednesday I i like any other rant. ., I ::'t t Pounds Arristos Flour . . . . . .
Bridge Club. Th..r"1'(' three I -ihles.At ] tuff, lie ,deiroii'-lriit by. applying $ 1 15 .;
\ : Every '1Tiura lay afternoon in the the r0I1<'1I11 Presbyterian church school 1'0011111. auction t the players 1 ., I Mrs. Katherine Wont conducts an/ high scores. wi-r" given appropriatepiizcs. I/oui1. lie was so< "\ucce, ':iful that I M I Independent'} Sugar Cured Bacon, ZOc I ';l
o ; hour o{ llible study which ix. much., The first. prize was won by radio fan over in Illinois :217! miles. Pound '
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enjoyed by nil who id tend. The study Mrs. W..1. :Steed; Tho guest peers li way heard! every throli .of his heal: ( i is
'-. is interesting, serious mid valuable was awarded to Mrs. Fanny Powell. d.Kt'iu-tly.' That'un Jill very wonderful \\ i.'S! Premium Bacon, '
J all Bibl "tud nt8. These meetings The conFolntion\ prize, fell to :Mrs. :M. and; 1 interesting.! bill '11 (be ding 35 C ;

\ are open to the public. ,Iit ID.i 1 Alexander hunted t if 1 like it If t thev 1 keep oninventiifj pur Pound. . . . . ., . . . . . :
-- Candies were served during: the ? ct 1 thin rate. they'll' soon be Swift's Premium Bacon
\ SKIGWlCK cTRCM': OF irame nail, at the conclusion a de.licious .- able to (delete! every thought: a person .
;' Monday afternoon in tho"G. A. I K. naiad course was, 'n io\'t.tI. has hidden nway 'm the back of his in One Pound Packages] ,' .
One cannot think of the Itoici home head, and then t they'll ilr.-ig: it"l
; : rooms a business IIlel.'ting''os held the ; -1 1 Pound Pail Lard Compound . . -. . .
and the without it's \beautiful nriangement< of I..nd) broadcast it to \ xvoil.l! A fellow 6Sc'r .
.following officers elected to ;
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. the flowers.. 01thil\ < occasion roses wcrfprofuse. will] have to ,iro off by himself it'he
serve ensuing) :
year wants to think! If a \chap write"-',
ior President vice-president, Mrx., Telia Mrs.' Cooper Flora Klulli-; pen-' Besides the club member therewere to his I'ld-thlll!: "my heurt beat" onlv I' 8 Pound Pail Lard Compound $ 1 .25I -
several l ton guests. Out-of- for you" maybe, she will, call 1 I''," .
ers junioT'iccprC'bidl'lIt., 11ra. Mary
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Jo. Souders Elizabeth town friends, ; included! MiK Kula Render bluff and tell )him to let, busy with
Jones; secretary; chaplain, Mrs, :Mrs.Amanda Wcni- Il1d11'1; <. Fanny Powell.OPEN thin new invention and broadcast; Iii- -J 1 Pound Pail Pure Leaf Lard . . . . . .
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pie treasurer. Mm. JIuttie
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I guard, Mrs. Adumson. ;: AII5 .MEETIMJMenibeis : Friends, this is pertainlv.; . a swift II K'' '
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MRS. E. S. HAIL ENTERTAINS: A Sc.dudime'(; $ | e

:\ if the :Men's Bible f'n.Chii."t'i ,.-.. The current'' minnicr" of the I n. ar- ,
j f I The Young Woman's Auxiliary of Church together with ot'ii'iworker" '. horn' I Indeprmleiit I has all i'ltere-t in.niticJe .: l Host;; Maine Grown Potatoes,
the Baptist church was entertained, \ will! hold "? with tlv folli-wing. t t'e ,50c
I Monday afternoon ut :II...... E. S. hall'shome lug "on tho corner" l an of 'O.Il"liro.'dwtiy: a'r in.11,1,* "M.ib.viir: C.-iine: of th1 (Chin-} '. per peck of 15 lbs , . . '. . . . .
on (Clyde venue. The liop'I , I'lelld, Taboo. the c ,
programarranged Puilmiilrn.' : Situt: lay: iiil)'hl ;,il 7.M: 111 t Cuiilltv' II
I by ::111'''. Hrinson w.is infur o'clock. 'Th' is a p-irt, ( .of.I ti i.- <,< \ .1..1pl \ \Vlii--h) It Or> lgiuate| ( .I 1 I. Fill !s I'l.illeir . With every Cash purchase of $ I.OO or more, we are giving free .
mal and included readings, by :Mr. J ";"iMiii.' .inl -.t t,t.ii i ,r b.ibee i : It ]lute. how 11.(. < .
I f E. Lupfpr, VVilhelniini: Carson, an I IJeanette 'ujrj: ,1.1' In. the end pray tliiil in ,inv oil ran I linir: '.JI'II' "f ( ..IMVJI' lias hrvndoplu u ticket: to the Saturday matinee ut the Casino Theater. And in
Squire.' Music: ; vocal :and in .if ("ini; j-' i be w n,< !" t ., .- "i III inn'> I I .I-. .I', I I 'l.II"f.
Mrumenlul, was 1''nd'I'd ,, Mis.Elizaheth :\ may |I' voi .. .. .. I , addition: to this--if you buy $5 00 uorth of groceries
by )Iii',\ I j,1I'i l.o\e, I irii'i'': III", p'eentatnin : :" I'' alt r''''' n f ''I ( flour sugar
VYming and .Juiiiiuc' / I:,,) ii a''I I.. I III'. 'd , ., ,
cf I Jin1 yd-pel" in I Ii!L.' 'ip" M air. ''d' ? ,1 and chicken i feed excepted ) etc will) give i
Squires. Hofrp-hme'it-s" were imlu-l A M'. t miiil' I\\'r""I'< \\ ,,,1 ? ",dol| cued .I 1"I," / ,In, tit" '(I .. ', ", 1 f you
J t" I'd in the social] hour. Tlif ,silvoi, ..f .. ,
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fund.firing was. gitin to the building: n nd are i ,oid'allv, nulnd;" i'I a: ]uI, (. ii; I" "i, .,1" lit',"' ,"'V"II'I"" / " "(" I ., I II I l FREE---- CANS OF PORK AND BEANS ----FREE
tI t tit"i ',- i I' i'i .'inv. t I""c t 1 in, ''iiv. i-l I, I lrtl'ill", "r" 1P1 ( II I I tl'i} ,. II, ,II'I, ''n" itnr
I IIl'II.III\: ( ,.. All mi n me i'-i' ?. un'iiilh', 'mi' ,il I I.r |I' I '1 j ,1\ I "I, ( Iv I I. 1 d."J.l un or 5c( worth of anything ill the store
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I the 1" -6,1,) cl...- 1' for" nii"i.' :Sun; '..i10.0(1 --, ." 'bar,,, I.. ',,01 in, t I'r: ,, ,,,,1"II j' I I''
) ) ( M 01" :' I i.pi'ii-i., '," ,ileii-" Tlir: M.lt ,|I". i rr I We \\ i iti1i to (thnuk you heartily for
,,. ,'.." ( ) I your past patronage and we
The deacons and officers, m.s in' II'1'I h"- .ibo-ii" 'i
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I f first Baptist chutc'i l, !met 1 l in regularbunine' 1)(II II: I,' \t I isM: .. si--ivi. J: ( i: '', .",, '1'' 'f.t .'" :tl'' ;a Loot, lrggrr' in I.1};., hope to merit n continuance of the !o UIIIC.BOHANNON'S .
/ .n region Tuesday evening. N TO BE ESI';: \III.1SIIIII: IIl:1n: ( ,, <1 >"'nl ." T"n.! e. b 'IK btM
C. Bryan was re-elected, to the chairmanship .."? t in '\ men..i/ with ,*>'ithu.i a-m.
of \the boil)', while S. I I.. I I.up' In tile / ''. njr f.ir nei' Iv ." 1',1 i | i I IIn On. .d"intment; -loie" .ib"ie. soldI1" ,.
i per, Jr., wan chose, 8'er"tll1"fuch] tl.e Sirit'il.ind, ; jr.u-iiro' will. ( betb'ihed (,_ ,i- :t.I, .|, of fcts dl.'riin: ; the re.intChi IDEAL GROCERY
of the conversation centered around : ' ] lh.al.,. :"'idrr\ -e 'tr'h'n' "i-ini.'K "e"son. The tot.' .tI] -il'-\
the building' a pastoriujn in the of the I Ihul( | "<> Itotli!' "-< 1.t! "!* (t'u.rC for tin- p''Kt ve-ir iiiv.ount! to "-<'ton'!,' R. B. BOHAISJNON, Prop.
,, .! near future. For some time the various < I11Pllll)'. Tinlirin of 1.w'. I'billii> rill' ors\ of dol'ai"' I It xi-i-ms" strung"I '
.' subsidiary organizations of the (Co., < I' (Orlando, lave lit the preset t that "in ople... of this 'cultured! Ian I I"hniiM I I -
t I church have \been advocating; -. time :\ eiew of workmen, it workeompbiolv \ (r0 to old t diinn; and inrpnrtten"r i :
t project.DOLLAR. rcn-iviiti'itr, ; tinbuildin);!. outlawed g.-iinlilin game ti '
-- bode inidtn,1 out. IIn.lh" themselves \ it hi.I .
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LIMIT STORK i'rTSON The inxidu of the buddinjr') will In- - i CKI.KBRATKSWITH : :: his own management. Tu show hit
1.\\ ANOTHER JREAT S\LK; : partitioned, off for J\ show room while I TOI'RIST! REiilSTEIti ; DKAI: III((; SALK: appreciation for the liberal patronage<
the remainder will I be equipped to render -'- ---- he has received, Mr. Bohannon hat ''
One who had lived
4 .Y Person Beginning? tomorrow, the G. W. the ser\ico! which has )become) i S< me of the late arrivals who haveregistered Bermuda avenue and many who U years kindly on The Ideal Grocery ut 116 Broadway offered many articles in his store at .
Company will conduct another popular with all (Dodge Hrothernaftencies. Letter Unov.-n Bohannon'ii u great reduction. The advertisement
at the Chamber of Commerce rememherp I by all her neJjchboraMrs. -- as
.I .' merchandise three-day!! which sale Mr.of the latent A department for the are: K.: C. Wright and wife, I : . :Mntildn "iaU-s-died at her home Ideal Cro; (tr)'. of which R. B Bohan- appears In this iciue.BUS1NESS .
t who
'" has just returned from the Tyrcf Eastern, washinir' und polit>hii! nf cars, npart's front, Cleveland Ohio;; I Dilenia Seymour :; :Monday night. She kept house for non is proprietor, in celebrating his MEETING

y .I markets, purchased while there in I department-will he; l a storage department | Cleveland, Ohio; B. A. Carl and! her son, Samuel, and her'lIOn's young first anniversary today.
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L w larsre quantities, merchandise that will provided for. The wife. Jeromesville, Ohio; Mr. and son. Her illness and death' was the By courteous treatment, square The, Woman's Missionary Society
p t will be offered at wonderful old ceding doors will be of bo sheet metal. and the I Mrs. J H. Rogers. Calton.) / Ohio; result of measles, which she Contracted dealings land supplying hUfpalron* of the Methodist church will 'hold a
The G. W. Persons replaced! .with two Mrs. Lldn 1(. "'Houston, 'T' from her son with what they wanted, arc the reasons business meeting' in the Bungalow,
largo
been conducting these week.bargaiIlK"1 dows. plidiiijf Thd :lId doors with'many win- Springs, Pa.: Clara Mern(,xc11, Penn Mrs\ Yates was 79' years old. She given by Mr. Bohannon for his : Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.: ,
,, ( sign which is'no' 1
5 rt; for sometime pant and have ( displeasing I jiylvania: John ''U, Schmidt Pitts was -buried Wednesday morning at wonderful success. lIe has more than ,, )
r; P- very" popular with the shoppers of I )rill]! he :removed.to the "ey* .of the passerby 1l burgh. Pa.; T. M. Hess, Lancaster, Boggy! Creek, Kii-elaen i mortician. tnppled the volume of business under i READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE \
t Pa.: W. F. Iloffard nnd wife. Rev. Knight ,
-. Klsaimmee and the surrounding torritory. !, C A Will; haw he'-n L"hill'l officiating ,
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The bargains l beil1 | ; Snyder and wife,
? offered at i'e k this sale will be found elsewhere in )hav-- county and will I\Visspnrt.| Pa : Edwin Rilev. I.iveritnore VALENTINE:: PARTY ..
hurpe of this addition
new
i this issue. ICshtnrnt' to I Falls. ;Me.; C.V.. Skillingr,
1t I ) Portland l :Me.I' . :Mr and ;Mrs. M. E. Croxton JeII AT Ot'K LATHE
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with ii St. Valentine party. The we are equipped to turn out for

i' .rooms .weje.' .decorated in red and ..
kind of metal work
white you nny
carrying out the Valentine

i color sciienie. During the evenii.g j that required! turning. Our men .
piano ami \'ictrola muse; torretl.er:
with various interesting heart contests are thoroughly skilled in this

games and puzzles, afforded the' /
Dependable Service guests much pit, a sure. The game < lass" of mechanical work and

which proved, to be the most amusing } '
ipiNu can make must of th
j was Profession of Proponology, the I anything J

4 going!: to :Miss Ruth \ kind to order. Difficult
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There are all kinds of .MONROE THOMAS' GARAGE
service good The Kissiinniee friends of J'jlinV.. I
Slater! will be Saddened, to learn I of'I 18 EMMETT STREET
his (death which occurred at SbuterIvile. 1
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