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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 7, 1924
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01158
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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PAVING QUESTION Attorney John S. C.del. represent \ With the base ball season not faraway .' LARGE CROWD PRESENT
ing property; owners in the vicinity of The, Organization Plans, ToT ke Over'The Graystone; a.good many of the local fans
Narcoossee filed a petition with the .:have begun to talk base ball especially
r After the regular ,weekly luncheonwas board.of county commissioners at the Entire Structure To, ,Be" Remodeled Throughout- ; 1, since warmer weather has set Wh.t I.declared ' the best of
enjoyed by over forty members regular March meeting last Monday; ,in. local talent k
Temporary Board Of Directors. Chosen plays was staged Wednesday .
and guests of the Chamber of Commerce requesting an> election for the crea '. I The players themselves are very evening[ at the Casino theatre
i yesterday, a discussion of thenaving ties of a special road and bridge dis -r-- :r'eoming :' eager to toss the old pill around again by the Drama Players of Kissimmee
1 proposition was entered into trict. This is one of the moves-look and we have the outlook of a very.' under the auspice of the Maklnson-
r hy City Manager Dou hten -Attorney big toward the building of a hard. Through the organization of the to look upon It u a ;year- good team with most of the playersof 'I Carson Post of the American Legion t
1 :"Steed H. C. Stanford and Ellis F. road to. the Orange county line, which i Kissimmee Hotel Company! a proposed rvinJ abiding pc; As the many last year such as Sam Story Roscoe I,and'directed by William Triplett. '.
I Davis. The. Melbourne road matter ''the progressive citizens of Narcoossee -corporation of the State of t blYlaus of aster temper the weatherin Roberson,,. Tpney Rotundo, Sam I Clean locking! ,. and laughter* ,
I I was the subject for Rev. Landiss of have been fostering through their Florida with' a capital stock of f 75*. winter; Just st<< the summer rains Prather, Holmes Prather. Cecil Mej j provoking from the start and leaving -. ."
; was the' chairman of,, recently created Chamber. of Com.. 'I.' 000.00, all of which will be common !break the monotony) of eternal sum-. Lean Russell' Cram. "Big Eddie" 1 the realm of senses for Dream:' .;
committee of the Chamber of Com merce. stock, it /Florida'* rainy season cornea Duke also returned home once more: 1 land in Acts II and.Ill and coming '
a merce of that city. The eommlttee With the filing of the petition Mr. Grsystone hotel which is the largest in the summer time: every month-of for a stay during the summer and is 1 back to the sphere Hof tangibilities
;. t recently made ..trip to Melbourne to Cadel requested ss early action on the hotel in the city of Kissimmee. It.. the year: \has its showers and long hot raring to go and there are also sevi i again in the closing act,. the'apprecia-
i investigate the many reports and ascertain matter as possible in order that every understood that the purchase price spellsso. ; <<: to most states with eral "otlll.ted..ho figured on.. 'fire audience was kept guessing with
the cause or causes of the delay possible delay might be obviated. will be 6000000. 1]warm:climates, ''are unknown. Sunstroke topi-si jrood game. j|I i reference to the finale and conclusion-
in the building of the road to the Some discussion ensued ss to whether I For, several weeks put Lewis B. is as totally absent as is snow. Local tans ''are anxious to'enter combinations, '
east coast. After spending some time this petition could legally be considered Calhoun formerly of Elyria, Ohio, While the, most of the United States some amateur league nearby- In this -My. Irish. into w ,
the point where the United Cypress at a special meeting. County 1 has been in this city Interesting the is shivering in ser weather and vicinity, probably with Winter Park lay every 'emotionailed
Company ferries the automobiles Attorney Pat Johnston folding that' local business men with the proposition worrying about, coal shortage Kis- Apopka and. Eastis, and one'' or two hem, all with a sparkling Irish ..wit *
across the swamps and talking to the ,wording of the law necessitated of the formation of a stock siaunee's parked streets and water more cities close together, and it is I and was commented'Uie entire ;cut:
many persons who were Intteresttedmrtities
with the work they summed up the next regular. meetiD The bo.rd're.1 chasing the Craystpne>> hoteL Mr.Calhoun ed ]) Ople. When the same section. fans to' have all that the play was completely divert' i
situation in a few word*?'that the solved the petition, however and. at has been very successful in here are swelterngIn'angable -, those:who will went base ball In Kissinnnee ed of ''any traits of ..amateurishness
: contractor who was doing f the work torneys for the Narcoossee people : his work as Is evidenced by the fact beat Jia11mmee'a'residents this summer: to present and the whole personnel did credit to, .
of filling the road with>the dredgedid and<< the county attorneys agreed- that a large number of the leading* very frequently!'pull.t a blanket orft at a. meeting at the b roadwaybe Pharmacy the splendid d : rship.of'W,, Uiam r
not have the necessary equip determine before the next special business and professional men ana them before morning.Eternal next 'Tuesday evening at 8 Triplett. '. .j.t I
ment for the Job. M-IJ' meeting' whether action could be.taken women have readily subscribed for a. .miner, yes; but without infernal o'clock. Sidney RiChard' who >> the
The purpose of the oomtniuae coming at that time or not. portion of the stock of the new com hfst! I'I role of David O'Conner, a (armor and'
to Kissimmee was to obtain. the Contractor Mann who was awarded pany. *Brick. asphalt or concrete hlghways .BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY Allison T. French who acted the.pattt' s
i-o-operation of the Chamber Commerce the contract' for clearing the right I The Graystone has .presenti six. lead ,to the Gulf. of Mexico, MAKING BIG .IMPROVEMENTS of Billy Button Cap .who steals thee
here and'' join with'them'' in of way' OIL the Kenansville road reported ty-eight rooms and fifteen baths. It three sh<>rt hours away. By the mid I I clock, did credit to and ;i' .
taking; the matter to the state highway that the cost was excessive I is the purpose of the new management . die of this summer the road now under Owing to tho heavy Increase bus their, mannerisms and witticisms and t
and that In to install new baths, have repair will be completed to the ;.
.. department for immediate action order to come out on his many iness the Bank of Osceola County is "good-natured-kidding* were -unmistaksMy -. ,
on requests made to the department contract he should have an additions! 1 making several changes and enlargements of the Sray-back-ln-the-
officials by the Brevard Cham-. ten dollars per acre. The board ...-.- - -. --. that will add much to the country-variety" ..." r 's' ,
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U-r of Commerce. granted the additional amount. -- -- --- venience of this popular institution. Miss Lucy Buckets played the lead. d'
Attorney Steed some H P. Suhl appeared before the One of the changes being made is !ing role as Kathleen O'Conner with
Trusting figures and data verythe board to ask the county to make a the addition of six feet more space to grace and ease, and her intpersonantions .r:
Caving proposition and for the benefit trial of his road drag. lie was' au- 'I : the length of the lobby, which will of a typical Irish peasant girl
of the readers of The Gazette, we thorized to furnish one for the county. : ... .. .,-. ..:; permit the addition 'of another win- and accompanying genial wit were
will. print the address in full next to tryout. "' ? .. dow to the third cage, which in ,the productive of constant laughter.. '
week as we feel every citizen: of Kisiinmee C. A. R.ller.Jlllked the board for t. past has been rather( cramped for Albert Button, impersonating Bernard .
,, should be well informed on "<<''ha..e of feed , n . room. When these alterations ;and Kavenaugh a land owner kept,, 1t
this matter. supplies based upon his ability tom..t . "J / : improvements and the interior re I the audience guessing about his lever ._'
price. quality, and delivery. com . ...w painted and renovated Kissimmee can scheming. and unexpected plots
Ol'XTY OFFERS REWARD petition. . .,- "'c. I well be proud of its .tron<<.financial while Miss Elizabeth Waring pjayIg -
FOR FOUL PLAY EVIDENCE -- -' '.' Institution, which now has deposits the role of Lady Dorothy, ..Kavanaugh4 ;\.'.-
.. .. DRAMA PLAYERS CONSIDERING : ; In' excess of $600,000.00.'f. sister, was a' striking, ,and '
Tho board of county commissioners.nt "F AVST:" OTHER ", I pleasing. contrast to the rustic life ?s.
its regular m"tln.last Monday "' PLAYS FOR ;. W W. HUDSON.BUYSli portrayed throughout the play., .
FUTURE >The -broad smiles and .. '
morning decided to offer reward of gusts of V t'!
hundred dollars for evidence sufficient THE CORNER laughter announced the appearances. >*
l to convict, in the case of Gordon The next: program of the D--ama GROCERY Lady'ft'Tri! lett.: > ft:
Law whose found Players has not been definitely decided ItI' ;"l' TORE Samuel.'Kallenbauch.thevwooerofKathUen : ; .
son, body was .
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north of the city a few weeks ago go press e Irish peasant girl' was*
Attorney Milton Pledger representing fully deUriled hr next- wtlck'.- U-uc: Tb.. Corner Orocery'.t r. nas teen thehero;.of,the play >and\>eUBitad*sf*. ..l
: the family of the deceased, 'arecnted *. It Is ,safe to pay, however% that Hold to'W.'W.1'Hudson. brB.'I. mitn. sweltfng"'; applaud*,vin.:".rescuiitaT' his {'i/t'"..". '..
the matter to the board. Sheriff either "An American Girl" the society the transaction included the B-G- sweetheart from the intrigues of.the .,
Farmer was called upon to state. play which it will be remembered Kentucky Filling Station which was fiendish bob-goblins, ,instigated' ;''by' .., "
" n the findings'of his office, and said it 1 Mr. and Mrs. Triplett staged for owned by Mr. lIudson' and which he Barnard XaYenau h. .t'" :*'",'"' r
was the opinion of that office that the "SorosisClub in Lakeland last operated for over a year on Main The sparkling humor of Act I.cave,*'. t
death came as -accident rather than December.; "The Kentuckian a rural . street near the north end of the city. place in Act II to the gloomy toreboding -'
foul play.- Inasmuch as the problem comedy-drams or The Girl from I '- During the time Mr. Jludaon ,w.. in of disappointed lovers and, M,
is unsolved the board decided-to of- Eagle Ranch. a solendid type of the THE GRAYSTONE HOTEL the. business of selling gas and oils' intrigues which manifest'.themselves'': ':
fer the reward in th. hope of clearing western drama will be chosen while he' many friends and in an announcement in the creepy; uncanny wised and
hot and cold water in every roomtogether -- Atlantic and three hours east, the
the matt.r.up, or of finding the per- "St., Elmois also consideation. with"steamheat.. The entire breakers roll! Throughchains of. ; in this issue he has ex fiendish antics of the''hob-goblins.,,. ?
'' So Insistent has become the demand ; ; tended to all of them a cordial featuringMessrs'.'
.pretator if there was foul play.Rids : Triplett RiChard
building- will be re-decorated and re|jbe autiful lakes, and the winding Kis- invitation, .
were received by the commissioners for a classic,' that Director Triplett I to visit his new store at and Mathews.Perhaps .
has furnished. The dining room which simmee river freight' and passengervessels the corner of Stewart and Emmett
given much night of
thought to the laughterwas
for' material equipment a presentation
will and
be remodeledand
has been closed, ply to gulf ocean giving
the of Goethe's reached when Miss PercTe
cetera: for Lake Willson ".Ullt. Oliver
building .
opened to the public. The |a mid-state water transportationthe to
road. Among the bids received were a difficult undertaking truly. butsurely grounds, will undergo a .wonder spacious outside world. Plans now underway A large volume of business is antic who acted the part of Kitty, interrogated .
those' from the Osceola ,Hardware a crowning event worthy of ipated by Mr. Hudson because of the Billy Button Cap on pointsof !
ful under the of when completed\ the addition
change guidance a by
Company Southern Clay Manufacturing the e< artist. of less than score of miles of '
Company Orlando Manufacturing that causes hesitation nor the want landscape a in groceries and i assures his many Ins to' her: recovering articles Billy,
of The hotel is. located in the heart of canal will make Kissimmee-the central friends that they will receive the ,
Company Cain and 0'B.rty talent but the cost of work whichmust I point inland Button Cap had 'pilfered. ,
the business section of the and on an w.terw&J"roJacklOnvUle same cordial
Kent lineD Company and M. C Au- be carefully weighed. city treatment as they received Emmett Caaon was a' friend of
trey. The presentation will not be made' is situated in the central part of one southern: the west coast of while he was the proprietor of Kavanaugh' in his conspiricle. and 4r8
The bids were 'referred to County. by the Drama Players unless a complete : of Kissimmee's most beautiful blocks.It the filling station. I' gave a fine account of himself. .
Supervisor Joe Johnston to deter and finished production can be I is without doubt an ideal locationfor Kissimmee a modern city of about Mr. Smith will operate the filling' During the intermission Miss Elii- "
mine what material would be needed. offered which would necessitate the one of the best and most serviceable 5,000, with commi.don-manager formof station taken in trade from Mr. Hud ; abe th Waring effectively! and ap.propMately .
t land la the light of these findings, to painting no less than four fall sets hotel propositions in the state. government is the county seat of son. sang "My Wild Irish
report which was the best bid, at a of elaborate special scenery, torether The Graystone has, in the past en- Osceola county. It has an excellent Rose. The violin solo rendered by
special meeting the board today. with a number of mechanical effects joyed the patronage of1 thousands of educational system, its high schools J. M. Willson, executor of the J. D. Bettie Bostwlck was a feature of thee
County Agent June R. Gunn made while the costuming, too, would add guests. This winter it has been necessary having been for years on the accred Fisher estate reports selling th program and delighted all. '
his report upon both the county"nd much to the expense. It is feared that to turn away man travelers ited list of the Association of Southern Fisher property to Fred E. Coopers Mrs. George Gardner's orchestra ,
the New York exhibit. He returned the staging of this famous work for lack of rooms to accommodate the Colleges. Its free school of Miami. Mr. Cooper and family and the local band contributed no
$22.84 from the county fair might not prove practical If wholly ever increasing number of tourists tansport'children from most of the will'thl. their home. Kissim small part in making the entertainment
funds: and $174.41 from the county'sappropriation dependent upon our home circles but who have heard of the wonderful possibilities surrounding back country, while !good give. Mr. Cooper and family a pleasant \ *1 1I 1x.
for the All Florida Exposition it i III possible that a plan maybe of Kisslmmce as. a good country schools are provided in sections -glad welcome.
at Madison Square Garden worked out between our Drama Play place to live and to make investment which a school bus does no DR. S. W. LAWLER ;
here In hotels
and other
our enterprises
in New York.MAGNOLIA. ors and certain public uniritei! workers ts.
in St. <'loud whereby the talent! I The stock of the proposed corpora. Kissimmee has municipal water and we give: below a list of business Deep sorrow touched the hearts of
PARK ADDITION I would be selected from the two towns Lion irf" the-amount of $76,00000 will light plants, free from bonded indebtedness and professional men and worn many people Thursday morning when
and the occasion made one big coi.v be divided into 7,500 shares at $10.00 modern fire-fighting en who have subscribed to the stock the sad message came that Dr.'8. W. '
Magnolia Park Addition Company I munitv affair' with performances in per share fully paid and non-assessa ''equipment, ice plant two banks, seven of the Kissimmee Hotel Company upI Lawler had died that morning!
"lass an nd in this issue of The Ga- I both cities. We wonld be happy to'' ble. There will be but 3500000. of churches, eight hotels! auto camp, to the time of going to press: G. W. To a.yhftt Dr. Lawler was .much
7",ite telling of the merits and plan : announce ouch an arrangement.. I this amount sod| which will be sufficient box crate, and paving-block factories, I( Persons, W. B. Makinson. N. C. Bay beloved in Kissimmee expresses very
of selling lots In this high class addi I-I I The Kissimmee band boys have I to acquire title and improve wholesale grocery, manufacturing j an Roberson G. H. Prather fiteed L. Joinaten. lightly the sentiment of the people.In .
tion. r 'ttpd.r... close to coo from the the property in /general. This will drug company, an incorporated co j W. J. Pat the years of 1915 1916. 1917, he
The Gazette man was shown over ,, plays given under their aUl< 'cleave I but $25,000.00 outstanding Indebtedness operated growers' association, ChamI I JH. M. Katz, U. J. Burrows, Carsoni was the pastor of Kissimmee Metho n.
the property last Monday' by Mrs M, since Mr. nnd Mrs. Triplett PiCe"j' which: wi!' be carried in her of Commerce Woman's Club, ,i Farmer Judge T. L. Comer, J. L. Ov- dist church pastor in every sense! :
V. Boyer, the manager of the devel i i them a year ago.' The American the form of first mortgage bonds of Parent-Teachers' Association, athletic i erstreet J. W. Bryan Mach Bros., the word implies. Twenty years previous '
opment company who explained all I i I I Hon h..* oho netted tidy sums from I 1000.00 each and will bear interestnot association two packing- houses, r JM.' C. Autrey, F. C. Co., R. M. to that time he was pastor of
the advantages of the property and I I|, their Tip'ett program, thonirh we to exceed eight per cent per an- phonograph factory, eight fraternal C. Lawrence, L:: E. Fenn, Charles U. this same church. In nearly every a'
the plans made and contemplated for"i are not l in possession of the figures. i I num. Vive of the bonds will be paideach orders, American Legion post, Boy Cole Mrs. A. Tress, J. W. Crow, R. family connected with the church to-
its improvement. Work was begun on 1(I i I year for a period of five years. Scouts, newspaper public librarya .!' B. Bohanncn, J. W. Meacimer, S. B. day there are tender associations recalled
the cozy bungalow to' be given free ,, CELEBRATES GOLDEN WEDDING No charge Is being made bv the organizers business college, commercial and ,Aultman, T. A. Edwards W. J. Nelson at the mention of Dr Lawler.
to the lucky person at the sale o I i - T I I for the Belling of the stock pleasure' docks, and one of the best Ellis F. Davis, E. Yowell M. name associations connected with
lots, the date of which will be announced -I{I Mr. and Mr Schneider, of Michigan ,'. or for the organization cf the com- bands in the state. I i M. Miller Baas &: Brinson, Robert the marriages, christenings, deaths,
in these columns as soon as who are spending the winter at pany. Should there be an amount of The new management will furnish Reidel S. E. Kallenbaugh, J. R. Gunn, or periods of either deep sorrows. or
decided on. I I Kinsimmee Party celebrated their stock in excess of the 35000.00 sold, entertainment for its guests and will i The Gazette. great joy. Probably few ministers in
This addition it nearly level, has ;'60th wedding anniversary February the excess! amount will be applied to co-operate in every way with the ct1\ 1 t he state are more generally known.
a alight fall to the drainage ditch 22 at the home of-Mrs. Hauser. Fifty the payment of the mortgage bonda Irene of the town and state to make In his service in years. gone by as *
which borders one side and- will make 1 guests 'were invited and all sttonded. mentioned above. the hotel the headquarters :for all pastor, presiding elder or in general '
an Ideal building section as soon ashe ;I "UncU Willie" Carwile acted as muster Nine prominent men cf this city gatherings! conventions, etc. Direct Appeal church work he .blafced the trail for '
streets are parked and tree and of ceremonies and hU appropriate have been chosen to act as the boardof Mr. Calhoun, who is the promoterand better lives. for better homes for
foliage planted as contemplated :1 remarks concernUjtr the absent chil directors and to nerve in a temporary founded of the new proposed better" social conditt I. With the
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Schneider capacity until January, 1925, corporation, will manager the New The Want Ads provide the direct saints he has been cabled Beyond. S'
in Mr. and Mrs. Marvin DuPont are 'I brought tears to the eyes of the aged at which time the first regular meeting Gravstone. He Is thoroughly ac appeal in teectlng\ many Quietly, he fell asleep in his home in
visiting relatives also enjoying couple, who had planned to spend of the stockholders will be held quainted with the management of needs. Lakeland at 5 o'clock Thursday morn >,
the boat ra",.. I their anniversary with their loved I and a board of directors duly elected hotels, having traveled over the en Promiscuous searching I. unprofitable ing. Jt is uttered on the streets in *
q ones at home. Their friends and I I I The directors who are to serve without tire United States as a reoresenta- I It.. the long way. the homes and in places of business, r
I PROGRAM neighbors at the Park did all possible compensation are: G. W. Per- tive for various companies for twen 'round to look for "For Rent; with saddened tones, MA good man is
I SUNDAY. MARCH 9. 4' P. M. : to make the occasion a pleasant cue sons. II. M. Katz W. B. Makinson ty-seven years and knows how a ho "Men Wanted," "For Sale" ands gone." His characteristic kindnesses -
Broadway Band Stand I arid th. beautiful gift presented N. f T: Bryan, G. H. Prather S. L. tel should be operated. lie also ha other alga charity friendly cheer and purityof
showed th" esteem in which Mr. and Lupfer J. Z. Roberson. W. J. Steed the acquaintance of many men an dThe. direct way to secure tenants soul will ever be remembered as a
I I KISSIMMEE. CONCERT BANV Mrs. Schneider are held. Eleven and Pat Johnston. L. E. Fenn, cashier women of wealth who will no doubt to pick the.right employe, precious heritage to those with whonahe
U. J. Burrows Director- states were represented* and the evening's of the Bank of Osceola County, is become interested in the Kissimmee to effect quick sales. Is the mingled.
I I pleasure was. concluded with trustee for all funds and in a signedarticle Hotel Company. Want Ad way. '
t Coronation M.rch-From'' the dancing,. attached to the subscription I The management of "The Gazette The Want Ads are looked upon WRIGLEY TELLS WHY :
.:Prophet : Meyerbeer 'e blank agrees to hold .all money in feel that a step has been taken in the as the meet efficient means HE SPENDS MILLION A1..;
. 'Overture. Thi. .WednRlnc\ Miss 'Myrtills, Beats accompanied trust until May 16. 1924 and in the right direction--and feels also thatevI'J' fer accomplishment IN buying ,
r: ' ;-; : mard by.'several of her' music pupils, attended event the.proposition falls to become citizen and property owner i in /i i i selling, renting, exchanging, restoring YEAR IN; ,NEWSPAPERS ; p
Caen.t-Duet-Played: by'the: eel. the Zlmmer Harp Duo concert a reality he Will refund the amount this city and surrounding territory Us articles sad tae
-bra ted Dnetest'Jas<: P, Locke in St. Cloud Wednesday night In the each individual subscribed without should become' interested in this hotel meeting ether '....... WUUam'Wrlale,. says:' .. "
Celebrated "4'.".*.* .Paderweskl kl company were Miss.:Beats, Editll.Mil. any cost to the subscriber. project u it is nndubtedly : "I belt.,. to newspaper aaVertiaiag.I ..
" "*.'"': r- INTERMISSION it :r: ;\ .I i ler Helen Goody,' Theta-,Phay, Eunice Situated near the ears- ene best .thinI' 'for' Kissimmee Ana Read and Use speed about a snilliesi dollars a year 1
Seleetlon-.-"" Prinee PlI.en.Lud.ra8eleet&oa"Ptlnee '\Rivers, Deena' Snodgrass, Mary let ofFlorida,,, on, the area of s will do more good for the cIty,th.D I fer stewspaper space t* tell tM.wend
nf Pilsen" Luders Louise Snodfrra s.'May Wino,' Katheryn twelve-mile lakwith namerouamallet any one thing, that, has everplace taken> GAZETTE WANT ADS stoat the ..... I aave t* a.lL'"Nely ,. ,
,. Iotnaeszo-r"TheSbades. 'ofNIrht" ,Tiller-Ethel .Owenr',.Mr. ailed lakes < In the, environs Kiss' here. everybody reads) ,the?.*. +
.. ... .__.. __ "'J'ri""""a.'''''ttn.: e.t +,? MM..Wbwdbeck,'>.Mrs. slmroen disproves the old-time theory : Realising'' the need 'of improving' PHONE' '11 pen 'and they are tKejsseat effective'
, "Aafeh-"n.s Tn Itevl' V.Safranek' Burrows and Mrs..FfiPPalso.attend., that,Florida I only ,a' winter residency ItheJJ0t8I'faelUtl.. and ithe fact'that, medium. to'resell the. bnyiag 'public. '

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( ',;:' .-. . . . .. . .o-.t Honda numbered" s Fifteen fit) to '' SoutlK-nst. quarter (BE',' ). or the South7a4 ANNUAL BARBECUE AT ..0 C f O'0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 . .o 0 0 . . 0. 0. 0. H 0 0 0 0 0 .... '
\ : Twenty-four ,24), Inclusive.,. payableliahiia : .t , Iii HoctlonNino KISS1MMEE PARK WAS

| :LegalAdvcrtisements I ; May 1. 1929.numbered' Tw.n'h.tve! (25) toTI.lrl.ov..n Noulll 4,14)of. Itungo Township Thirty Twenty-live-(3U) BaH>' A SUCCESSFUL' At'FAI Osceola Hardware'

; % (11), Inclusive payable I.mAImU1 Heglniunu- a point Sixly& (SU) Built ;
Ma,. 1. 1IIH. II YardVtat''of (lie NurtiiclisttMPrflSCot ; Several X w Humen Being and ,

) : . . . . . .0- . . . Konda1, numbered Thll'tJ--el (SS) tlio. -ua'thiWt'Nt Quarter. (NW "41 of a Heal Boom is
.tu. .. Muuthwt'Ht quarter tSW !.J oi 14cc(1Q11 Antncpatt.Xutl
PtLSOgVTiON.j to Fifty-three I. 111411. (M),,, iiiclunlvc. paymibluMay | Nails (14)- In Towiinhlp ,.TwvntyI SeU. THE BIG DOUBLE STORE
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", I Honiii numbered Flfty.tour(51) to'ftovciitythruu IS6) yutli;! of JtaimaThirty t3U) \
i 1-Joat, and (loin th<'nco run North Thli- The annual barbecue' Kissimmeo
j \VHKniSA8.' a petition* hall I)1e11 filed (U) IlIelu."' ... pa> ablujHoncls j,I ty ,t3U Oi-nreos Kant to the nmrulit of I. '
: with the Hoard of rubllo liiafrurtlonIn' IIIIlY I. 19114. :'I ako liasl TohoKknllKii| ., thfiicu. .In aSoutheimlei'ly Park was held last Sunday and over/
and for Om-eoltt 1'ouiity. KlorlUa tiuinben-d S.-vanty-four (74) of the kind ever S
( .llr..cllon, saId topiH'd
\ .c. i .Ilfne" by what purport to lia Inor" to One hundred (100).' liu-luslvu, \pa) ahle to point duo Non' aluII" pinnt pulled off am.thlnl section of We have two main departments ;
than t".nl.I(16( % ) p*>r int ot.lhd* May I. IIIS9. .' Inanel 4U) a ruda limit of mild Morliioast : }'Iorld.'Unce ,
.J!, 1 duly qu.lld ,elector renlillnw& within All as provided In a certain rasoltitlon corn.r of Maid Northwest quarterKuuthweiit WilIi Carwile had .
: SpecUl Tax School l'I'IC'lct No.4. the of th.. Hoard of Public Instructionof this celebration and he
I I' X % V 2 of quarter (144W % ,. up : Hardware and Furniture (
,' *..m. being .a conmilUlntloii oC I ha 1)1". Oaceola County, Florida, iasaed and II I ( HICISwulh to tho .Southlino of4t.0 1.1 never undertakes anything he cannot
: trlctii formerly known an number 4. adapted I this 7th day of February. .\. |i iI ((2)I ). tlKiiciWeal alonw said South seconded in hI S
t and 6, "tatlnM' that they <-"lre the l I". ). I 424. said resolution being llnv to I ho point of bi-KinnliiK, ( finish. hut wa* ably! -

.. nuanca ..f bond by mild Upoolal Tat ed In coniKftlon t with this ,00.hll.h-1 I 111'1' Smen (7) a"r', inuro or lens. efforts by a number of neighbors, and many 8male'.on all complete
I Hchool Lilmrlct' for the" pur| u.o of notiulrlnir election. The polls will open .at ( IJ.-glnnlnn' at centerof. HIM-IIOII chief whom should' be mentioned s- ;

\ l' .hulldlnw, 4-nlnrulnK, furnishInr o'clorkHi: ; in. and t-lone at Hiindiiwii. Mm I' .Vine.; I HI l'UI""ur thenoo. North about amonl S. B. 'Story of. near St S : ,
.f; or ollivrwliin Improving l>ulI the .xclu..h'e (oa'd have lieun lllolltl'd'1""I'e"lor" Lake. to of Cloud who took A very prominentpart S
I t" and school ground for i S. c: $ttiia ", Ih"I irtnrnliiH ,point '
I lisa of tb. publtc frc Schools within for Nit 1(1. elcotlon.Hy . I I '("KI"'I.lld' i run thunicVcnt iibout 1 in ovcrfn'cinp and lupervisin); EVERYBODY SHOULD SLEEP WELLS

the RAId Hpuelal Tax "..honl l Platrlct ; Order of tho Hoard. of Public In I lullr'o I I nn.l Twenty IZ2d I ) }'uroH'1 the cooking of' porker that .
.and which County Ii',t-Ila. I h...' ; about Two 1 I U iad rc'd young .
forth In Br.-ralt
', bond denlri-d to "U tHMiiiii. and tI holiurpoac Attest .' K. 4* wclli Sicy.lii.inil "I KnKtcrl.t: ; ii i t''t Ion aloiiK thttiiiciindnlln. : Messrs. Cnnvile, R. I). Ubby, a
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.i. thereof. nn 1 thnt the prnOGFd p of Publlr Inalritolli'ii. ) of tinunlil l.tik' to u i itultit whwrHi. < I.prominent jjrove owner, and( R. R. t- Come in and sec our stock of Beds, Springs and Mat'
s I Ilii" thin di mrl,
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derived from thn nulf) of wiithkA. i iHrtMilii CuuIII) FI"'n a 1"1." ,
-, ...'M ..hniilH h.. HMnd for I h.- IIUrilOHtittf ) ( !SK.l,) 1"0.;,.. .-I HItH. tVllh h.' 'Ill-'111.1 lItim''i' I I Iliil.liaril! of Milwaukee, ndiied much : t tresses. They are excellent and" will make

: ; i pet forlh I In salami |wi II 101.| IIIKIWmCHHAS i III. Lake. ,_ I'ontaililMK nbollt 'Twelv a lltl I 10 the program ""by the I inl.lrtstill : yousleepy

,' : !. It lie" h..n tnadi'. to nppour i ii'u I'lix-ull I t I'onit:; ;, for. Hi.- I 17th .1".1,1, a 'nail: : 'tma a : ol i' me i-.nM UIImmI lulks thoy iade. Mpssrs.! to look .
them. '
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; ... to the Hoard of Public Inmrncllon I'lu-iilt\ ni, I lln Stall' ..Kliirliln In ..unlfor Lot . Two < 2l, III 14m-u'tImaa I ' > -
.lIP l.i, I'uiitiiy., I""at .loluimoii ,"..1 Nine' il!! > 'I ,' -live i2M' 'iott utnl! .1r.. Bate-man: both ,
,4' of Oncoolii' Oount "Klorliln that "mm :: .i ; hll.i'I'I::: ;; I :
South Kiin e ,l3m, lO.ittNan had fishing -- -- ---- --- -
said 1 petition i lam,su IM-I-II Hlwiicd by movethjin U. I1. tSullCtl. ,'II."al'll1.| IK dillllK. IfUHlna .. { BI..c.)1 1-tike. Ohio a --- -
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andMl.I.- of iiimii h.7tli day: .ol I I
iin.l ti) Him '
; tw-i-nty-flve (25r< ) per .vnl of tinlnl I it' r iiaini I In ,provevhu was the best r .
'iitll. *. "Ii tIm! :'l the
I t .',. < .' oualllti'd l Tax cla't.ars School rmMlntc I l.ilxti'li-l.! ( withinwald .. JimiS I .1.liiixt.,11 Ki-iink VIlla 1fT....1.ioili'i-tt. ili-fi mlanl.,, 1.1..111'11'1'-"' .Iii.-.. ofI I 1'1' in .\1'11, Ji.ttvei'li 1..111 I "..l.-ifal. ]"B,1"" |1" I( :iiigleianil each taught eight fine : Our Slogan : "Osceola Hardware Stands for

r' Kpcl, l.-Blnill and .I" I".. bM, 1.r InKTint I liiKthulliui of "Suit"t .'I' ..l hale, at I,. "lixnt il....'' ol I Hie I'.iuii,10111" lilnok, In. <. Unable to decide who'was ) .
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: '. irlct that ground, |h. n-ini.,| ' mi 1 ,nnd I I lli.ita .; \is 1111-11.> ulxi-tr tlial M -int I l-i.'l :.MII.I'i'iN I l J'l.KIMlKK.: ; ; IM r-uslMM1 pit i'Iting tlecid- .

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,S, utter th.- rivi-lpl of ...J.I i pi-lltlnn. I"limit" ''. ., miui't I-I'' ..r it 10'' .SollthiilHt,,' nunrl., I .''iI II ai,0> 11,11,1, I M.-c.n--t lii-t' 1 ;,i I j..1 \mIS'
hm.on.l'is In tlii, mini ..r i i in.- lluiKlMdThoiiKniul : I Ir.i. To. ni-hli., J.l:. :South., K.i-it-: >tif.I 1I I I \\ .''a.1 I ,mini 1 u a" 1.1 l J: ik I .d.1m : iiiii'iiiniou-.l.v i lU'i'Ifd to 1 (', tiu- i :: -t

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4 fill', Illl |lllln| .t.<> ill u.-.Mill, IlllKri ,,..111' :,n.i., :, fi-i-i :N.iiiliinil I ) ] I I"V'. I iiU ;,:I J\ 'in'i' : i ,'l :1101: a: I I.:in.; \t'i 'Ifla'; ; i i :Mr.1 ii y'a..1l 1'Y.. .1. . ,
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I MAV 1 1. 19.1D.!':I | .1 'ii'.h l \ I i :I lui I 7 .unl: 'I" .1 \ ''I' I till.:a .11-a -. I ,I'. >th.t, lilu' Ii. M .in.l, I, 'I Il.l.I., S I I ( Uuil) it iIn.. djty are receiving new stock daily and have
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II.nIn "ml..1' I lift four I r.41 I I.. Lots I i-i.iinlv J. .111,1.,,I t',..IiI"to, ;-< MM| .,,'-I.". -It,, .. n.lLot III;'lou.i:: ;I'lK-nlt, til t,, ;,1: 'In:'-,,i.tam ",In fi'II.,|,:i a Ho,I .'].. ,, !., ,,ss i: |i I returns fir I small amount of money
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MAY: 1. I IHf.4.Miiniln $.1.-.11. ,isimil, "f I.'H ri: r.4. .:; 'imilmi 1'm i Tou.'lli.r I ..1'.1. ,1 I | call your special attention to our
niinilion-.l n" .-lit y-fonr, ( T4)lo ) of 4 I'1 I I. Ar I 4 -. 'l.a' |1"am' I''I S K \ildllliill I toKlHNliniii. : ni a i -. .IH. I,I tli., 'I h..I.I.I.I ':, ,: ; <- 1 mimi,::: i
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thin ri-Holiitlon. I... am."- i'll\ In T.ix I1.IIIIi.I aim! Voi .,. 1',111 .I ol .I.!
S ni.'i'i'.l tiiioti' I tli.' I -11 I I /I'M, I'OI.ITICM Come in and
:. # rrcorda of It,.< I 1I"t ..r I'lllillc( 111f' a 1 i ; I ANNOUNCEMENTS; see us.Ve will glad to show
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, I ; utrucllun of 4Mo..>ila I'ouiiH. l-'l.irl.M a i Th.ild lan.l hi-lnir :i'S..-.l -if, tinilal. 0:: \U 0.1':1 I snric.MAN', : ,. I -- |I b you.
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and thai the-name. h.- pulillHhid mm( I it-'sii.ii mm- S ''I vttch w.''k for four f-iin. ..i-riitl\> wieliH 0'1 I I 111.- Hani.of I I'nUiiouii :in.l, I MIH t a |I'i.riStimuli.TH I -. .,/:1,I' I.I"'M a fmma, 111:11.I 'imimi I I ?
1 li.I
I In The Klimliiitiiri.: Vnlliv I liaiitlitiewnpapir I -, itS I I I'lll.'KM H.llll i'm I t lll.'H' 1" rt 'i,11|, - - 1.1011111 -- :---I I .\ the FOl( SHERIFFAt frien.l.- CORNER DRY GOODS
hir. I.' ini.1 my STORE
..r vi-in-rnl < arrordlliK t'i I"" o .v
i'lri'ulmiIlai. MIIKI': "
IJ r: M. lI.h..d In said. SpiTlnl Tnx Hi-lionl 'pul| IHtrlct. >- I di-i-.l I will 'Issue th.-ri-on on I 10. ''i'' 'a c. 1'\1'1. '\ '1'11': < mill lr .taa, , \. I 1-.1 \
htt &- ) < rii I I' J ti2lS .1 t-heritf nf
j 1 S .l T. : .1 In:: ills Circuit; :: .I. for !Hi.' i'ms'.mit. (Oai-twihi county. subject to - -
:. i'nKReii nnn ,Aiiopi.'ii, inm .ill ilnv of' : ...l.-l'K. HVKItSTIMIKTi i l 11"111t '..:,,;,., I., .,... .... .,. .. .:. ... .. ........ ...... H the "results of the Democratic nrimarv.

4 Krbrunry. l H24 : ::: lIm''. ol.l I .. > t ) F'',,, rd, I I0'111'1 .. ,.1 .r..i .Hc..I.! County, In Cliitm-vlrv,, If (.fleeted I pledge myself to' "QUALITY CORNER"No.
S i.1 \,S II. AI.1'1., fli.ilriiiiui... , -=. .. rm hl.V i K .Mli.l. i 'oinpl.-iInatit, VM M I- use" my I
I ;. Il4iari1 of Pulillr InNt ruction. <: TO t iiii>ri.<>ii" Iimmir, i-t ill I NiMiiiilei.tH., l-'nre- bent t'tidi-avors to enforce al the laws.I I

m,, S. At("-C Ii), YUWKKU linreola: SecyWHKHICAS t'ouny:: ( Kloi) ''I. 4'onrt. .if the, ,..t'nusvty iio'epilaS eloKliriSal., NotliN of..MnrtifflK-: I h.-r.-by Ire<"\of. n M.lM.-r'H l hv ( tinunid I I solicit the support of voters of 2 Broadway
.uuly sle of Klorlde. I
'a 1A : --.- I iii imlsI :Spt-i-lnl' MaKt.-r. In r.-I of.. Osccola county. J. M. SMITH
A Jn !i-i' KKtatiof: Oliver\ 1' .
;mS .II'.CJI.L TIU' deri-aced. Taw 'm.'lmimmm' .t"I..1 to iiirrout, tin- I. I 'ins ..r I St. Cloud Florida. : .
j i " I .1',1, on the 1 11,111 .1 h.t
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: To all Cri-dltors. l.-Katci Dintrlbutf-s'' _
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t S has ; l-Vbl-UMl.t. A I II. I'OI, I Hint "
of I
J' In- talirItumilmi
S .mill all I Persona FOR ShERIFFSuIiju.'ct I
4 1 \ having Claims ui lo thiIcimx of .
ruction of fiHecola Flni! I I Iof Ipmhmili
mc o have this day ed t'AuttFlorida and i ll.-liinnds aHTalnrtt said. Kstnti-: I I ..1.r fur ..a .. ".1 Kelt nt 1.,1.pul.lli''
ml ; :: pa adopted n You and each. of )'OU. ar' hereby no- j ,. to
certain I resolution whrrvln 1 It outcry cnsli In 1 Imn.l.' to I he hlulieat I J" imal June rd. Thee
c that. petition hall been filed appears titled nnd! required t"., present any bidder limo Intercut nf nal.l Ite- hereby elf for ;
Hoard with aid clAim. and deniamlawhich you or aald Intcrent, appeared at Sheri 11 I I
15 Ii nlHTned by morn than'T".nlY- either, of you may have nifafiiKt the the data .or tlio of Oaceola If'Sidney .1 THAT
inort foreclosed GOOD
m. five ,(I 6% ) per cent. qf (Ut. duly quali I nKe' In countl' GULF
.r fiNd elector' _Ti-oldlnur' '"within.. Kneolalieoll estate uf Oliver P. Tn,.'. drcenaod. late :I ttsn ubovo tyled vnusa, to-wll; I'h.p.uurnh'r ia Governor Thee
Tax of Klsalmmee I 011..01.. County .FInn ( SI th) I J 143 l. or any lime tlieiotfr wants to be
Kt1hool if
"Ialrlct Nil. ,4 ot .., not
da. to tho underalvned. Kxerutrlx'Of, 'O ., In t its followliiur .H..lh..ct iki-fm. Sherif. Thou wilstresign.
} oulrlnir County.' Florida. (or.' the purpoHO of ao- aid estate, ", 'Uhln. twq years", from, tlip *rtyjj ,In i (IHe..I.,County.f.l-'lorfda, ; vl;1.2! no time to prowl
bulldlntr. < S
log or otherwise enlarRlnfr. furnlnhJ data hereof. t ", Al of '- I'orty mix-on 44J) i.f the I around the County ;,
Improving buildings bgling pleadin. "
and school Dated January Kith./ A. n. 19H. 'Iorld. r.tnil A.- Improvement C'ompa- persuading and
it, for time exclualve.u MINNA J. T<. TAW, tms' M to r1i>* Town of iissl I linnieo a op. GASOLINE
K the of said thn public frtie nrlioolx within 6-St Ivn.Tunli. t'!' Cltv..I"'H": -.-,ul., t'.>iinl.\, :l-'lorld.i. ponents to get votes. Thee makes no

; and Special Tax School nistrlct. ------ - -- -- 'ALSO, :: K.IBI half of tin'.Viu" tli.aHtntiiirti I prmisPM-fo.. the benefit of would-
S MITK K OK I.KII II> \TIOV.' r of r, Tounnliip
lelln. 2.1. be
S \ WIIERKAS: : In aald resolution It rll"th..r - TO TUB' CHKIHTiHtH AND: ; STOCK-!I South ..r .,, I'lllHl:, .< pi t h.' hypocrites. Thee Rfer.tG Hon.
t ", appeAra that bnndi. of said llt -- 1101.1.118, ; of the :MirhaiitH\ Kaiinern following It-Kin, at 'tin "-01''r Thomas W. Hnrdwick Forr G.ver.
:i- S trli-t In the Hum of UO .Ouo.OO arc rnyulrod liunk of KlKHlninn-o.I Fl.",i'i.Iii. and,, ", of Hall Nor! )henM. .| iinflrinil".lh"I..1 i un nor of Georgia, Ga. Hon. SUPREME AUTO OILSGood
:; ; for tho purposes net (math In all I I ulioin I It mav roni-i-rn : NiiTIcj-2 I I I IH: th.-"Ii'.- html l yiirdi I ii' "...- West Atanta. ,
I aid petition anil nul.1. resolution and 1I1'ltJoIIIT'I'N: that tho :Merchants, .. 44ii i ..H. "Ilii-iii- Nottli, .m) vurdH., Conlre""mnn. Dublin,
t ;t further Shies the rat.. of ltatati'mit l to I." & 1'-ul1"'M I i ( I, of KlKHlmnicc.I KIsHlmniii' ".".1.'." :."( :IIL'II I i .i i.le ; 'III., ",',. North ., . Hammond Augusta, ,
S ; paid thereon and the limn when the Kl.lrl.1a, IN In the !prorcas of r.: ol viinlH., Ih.) -".-,- Vt'4-nt Ilil I > artlH Gn.; and Hon. R. N. Enough for
principal' and Interest of Knl.l bondii liquidation and that, tben-fori. nil i-r -ilItora ili" II.'.- North 220 ,'a"I., tliin'Kant 1 : U.remann.
.. I, would bcet"".. due and 1'" ) u imlmm. h'lnA', ? NO % '. THKUKFOKK. It Is ordered, n.'o"iii, N, or rliilnm,, I tiKlilnnt,, Hind. llnnk I < ..-M "",.. or 1 Ii HM Said sad to. oiur copy platform can be obtained

.. 5' that an elttcrtuti tie held on the j/lfith l lmm ar )hi-i-t-liv niitlflfd I to ,pri-Hi-tit .HIIIIII tn on Ih.- 7lh .Ia)' of .\11.\" H I 1'i24. to- nt filling Store. Dirigible Shenandoah ZR-1 1 and NC-4
S ,, day of March. .\. l >. IHJ4 to detffinlnewhether said Hank for |m.m<.lit. This ,,'".- tutu wlf nn the Hulo 1 Hay In April', lot Ss"fl al stations. Drug .ad
j ", or not there dhnll l h. lusui-.l, .Iny/ nf .i'm-imrini'v./ A. .11. 1IL'4! tlul.l.' riil' lioiirH of Hale, at 'tIc) fmnt Offices in said county

'S S4t by saId IHatrlct bonda In the HIIIII .if ::111:1111.ITS:: :- At I K.AKMKKH. : : n.\NK.\ m .t s. # I I OtO4.a.u,4. us I.'uv'' '1,1.-ti' I In xal.l: reai.lutlon KlHHlniiiioi'. K lNKiiiim.-i' Floriil.-i. and historic flight Atlantic
'; if j' for tho purpotivH therein I net(- liy I.:. 'j.;. KKN.V.I:: : I I Hilled' l tlilH I 1st il.-iv of a1 am pelt A 1) Joseph Alexandra Lee GI.".". -- across .

forth. In which election* : only the duly As IM Cash I. r. 124! ..IIIISHI| i K:i.. Kennnsvcille, 1.1.. -- ---- .
: .; qualified electors of KB 111 Snechil Tux ,a .10IINSTONHltKTT: : 0 :! I I J l.'l-f.t: SpiM-hil I .hl"...-' y. -- -- ---

":.", \. Hchool nistrlct who ,are. fro/hol.1. rs 1.1 limsi iiilflm'.. Klorlihi, <1..llIt| i ;- ; :- FOR( ) SHEIUFFTo
/" shall vote. Tho still election. --- ------1 "TI" nl' SI'iilAI: >l H'I Ktl'H (
Khali I be Recommended( by
I :r'a ' a held In the shore room between I'at- 1'I.JoC"I'I" I In the ( . ; the voters of Osceola County Ninety-two Leading
Court of :
.. rlck'a Karber !Khop and the I'ltlX LA10"I I II'lidcr 'I'pul tho Seven I'
: ,Market In Kliislnimee. Florida city In M.-nt. 11.1, l I.y virtue of th. teenth J u.I..1 f'.ul, of 1"1"11.1". 'In I shall be a candidate for Sheriff to

S d lI.t,u-let. and the polls Klioll sill veatt-d .1 ii "". .a.... th. undi-rslKln-d.pnw.'rS du niMl '' ;: Ill Chainry: curc-4-ed myself in the June Primary. Car Builders
at S 8 ata :
1 S [ o'clock a. 1114 and Khali* cloac. open ht-rrby'' .iintioiinc. procl.ilin. ,and. udai f.'i:\ mae, i u Imi I.sis'. Coin- I thank fur _
ti.u..t at
Si"n. .. .111" 1 \\'. you your support in thepast -
: _, down. K. ii Vana ARIIKW., that nn M'tliiii will I be hlil 1 at the Mill.Jr. ,-l ail l. -5-------- ---------
John MC- IteRponil. and I shall ------- __
City Hall In imi 14 l'ilrl'mluiuura of :M appreciate ----
)'hati sr and II. < I Hi.-I Clly of iiiiuiiitiim'c." 'S pointed Inapeclora. for Ktaiiford.Kald ore ap Klorlila, duilnv I the l-ffnl 1 hours' of \'ot* Notice. of MaHU, ,-'.. :Mil lo. N.;..t lIe IH ''1'- and assistance in the future. (
IT IS election. Inir ,M the Sjyth d.-iy of .March." A. I 11. by ulvi-ii bv Ih. uiidel-Kluio'd 1-1',1..1' WHY NOT
0111'1':11":0> : I.MHHler.: BUY
that b.-r.-lofore THE
1hl. ordel1. for 1924. for the purpose of ml' ;-tltK it 11'1.01,1..1 t I., ,-. n
election\ --- --
xhnll lie taut tli .
', '- llaheil ptih- city CorninlMiloner of tin- ctly nf Khs.S', 1-1-niB' of l tat i-.I --- BET
-5 once each week for four suefCaslve Hlninioito '. S on the IMh d.. ,' of I". I hereby - -'
'' for tliri-" > i-ars li.Klnnlnir .-- Urti.-irx.' \ "n. announce myself A car.di- --- -- -- --- --
weeks -
In The -
: -J"y) I Oamette.t Ktssltaiimam.'l|- on tinllrnt Tm-xduy In .\1" 11. I If.I'l.; ,pm-Huant, 10. | .mm, of i'i"tifor the office of Sheriff of Oj- -
1 a newspHpi-r hit lit Is 1".1 III ,\ I' 1 Hill.I Kin.I I mam'im! I
HUM. n.l olf.T for
i-ndliiK H.ill-
t J4' It Klaalmmne.. Flurlila. and i lu-liiK a news Tueailuv hit" Ajn-ll., ,\. I. 1 927 oil. the In nil Iiml' it nilI s.l! nt |,illII- ...hal' .1. for <-.IHI' | In c"ol., tounty. subject to the action? of. We also handle

I I paper of ireneral t-lrciihiilnn'' iiulillKhd vacniiuy in lu.. I'll IIH.'(! htl I mm'-xplriitloiiUf 1 1".1 to ill, Ilull.'Hi t 1.1.III.T. Hi.- 1"1..1" the primary to be held in Fisk Red-Top Tires
In !sAId! Kperlul Tax Hchool fist tilt. i.-m- ..I' llftif-.. _ Mf, ,1,1 .U..I . June
. . :_ .. _ "atmi. im .r \ SI "11II..P' .u'I 1..H..I.I..h. .nu .* I K: elected I will dn mv "
-S 11I'" r-UHTII.n OIlIlI HI'1; > Ihllt Ih.. one nf I tin- I'llv I Commlivil.iiii-rs.; ; ; ; : :' ';A n.h 'MI amum.,lit-I ( < ; <> of the;, ;tntirtlloHeil ; i t nfti'm the .ut iIn
( laws
?' I eh.irrnaoand14'e.tary.mrtiIsiuo.i, \\ i' do hiT.-liy appoint John :Mcl'hntt.-r I"'''' "" I th. aboviHtllod in thi9"Cu-tv.
4am 1 !V do issue and punllKh; a notice: t of Mali:: and K.: 1 I. VHIIM AKIII-W and II. ;N./ Unit- I IIFI. t ISi lt- ,\.1 i I Int. I IWI'i.! I or YIIUIvoti- and! support and Tubes
"I, 4 election Jn accordance . ton as lnttie -torH. I tliiic HMiithi'il "' ejlftor. the (
with hats r. a > | < and Sum I, 1.11 ""r"r, II following, a""j I chtc.(1
f A- Jutlon\ and order and Ihv iMwm of th. Jr 'as Cl,-rk., to c-ondiirt. t sal ml i-loctlon t I in-opcrtf.. located. in IIH,.. YOUNG S --- --. ---- .- ______________
V' State of i IN .V Count s'. Florida.i, TINDALL. -
S Florida. i'I ;N/ I'$14: M'llKltHOK." we havf | Theluarter Nortlii; ant -
_ .' ., .St-4 Y5' nONE ANt OllDFRKf tills 7th day hi-reundi-r m-t our hands as city i'm- .. of Si ctlun Fi.nrt.. ..', MO.I I Inin - -- - -

a / S' of February A. l I'. 1A24 mlKsli: >nlN of the: Clly of K Isalmmwand lownHhlp; I TM..nlv-llve; I ( L'.l 1) 14m. I l I OK SlVKHVISOK REGISTRA
.. II. M. KATZ. rhaltman. 1-11 UK.-.I 1 tl Ii.' si-iil i uf mild I City u : to h. Kale ItHiit-e Ttt i ntt-nine, ( 2-j) ,F..IB: la''J: ,. TION.01' Battery Service and Accessories
hoard hvreuiidi-r iiftlxi-d. attcsti-d in occur un, tin7th'
i.'a of I'ubllo Instruction., l h) t ha city d.iy .r.r1'11
1 S 4 1 mr"" Attest: Osreola County. Florida' Manarer, tliln 21st iliiy "if Kebriinrj. A' I A. 1 li 1i2l.I to-tvll mi th.Hub.. l -'- -

''a ja ('. .:. TOWI I.I.. Hicy.KOTICH l I'. 1 24. A. K. n 1 Ill i'LCT.: April. between I Ii., l.-irnl boiira nf sn'. We arc authorized announce the .
,;; --- Atti-st t : :Ma j or-Coninilssl I .-i-. lit' the front, ...1' of the '. rt hoiiHisr.t ,.. name of II. N. Rratton as
a candidate
-4L; I H. II. III'I'OIITI'I.: :: ; I In KlHKliniiie. i'lmau him..
:J OF KI.I-XTIOV' KI'|::1'1 A'. T V Cltl Muiniui-r Cltv W.< % PKHSllNS.: lllll.'ll all I: ,. lui .t.. .. "f >!. .. for I tho offirn of Suoeriaor nf P.m.2t GIVE US A TRIALPhipps
<< iinnilHHlini." - "
I rII. "
_ __ ; i; corftTV('IIOCti. IJI"TIIIC.0.......IUOA.: 4. 0'".I.H M.\ KATK.City S 1"4: F.I.I.1S: F '| ;i\VIS." : :' (ration; subject( to the action of the;

I l'ommlHHlon. r I "_" i-lal MiiHter In Chancery.oiI'llin . lemm-ratic primary. -- -. - -----' .
S.1 1 of t'Il'.m r IvlHHlinm.-; .. . .
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h.r..y \ -
: K\\FH
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election will !>" hcl.l. In tli.. tore : >. 1'1'1.1'1'-4; ; : OMIM' FOR COUNTY JUI>rJK:
-1 ,4 14 room between I'ntrlrk'n Hai-her, Khop : 4)114 K flUmm l'l04ltl. >I \ a't'Iii'tit : I Noll.IH::; .'r ; > that t : the II nliual I
4 and the City Vltt Market 1.1 a ini.llnir of Hi.storkholilera' of: I
In Klmiliiim am candidate
a for Bros.
lit tin < 'lrrull, Southern t'l IIlilm .. nomination
Court for to
,1 ... In Onreolft County, "'101'1" lli- s.-v.-n- Conipmiy. will !1mm- GaragePhone
: ,
S S same being In Hperlal. THE School" the li'i-ntli .lll.lli-lnl. 4-lri-ult of Florida. In Ill-Id lit the nfll-- ..r the Co.iipanv. tam office(' of County Judge of Osceola .
and for Om'i-olu ''''1111 y. In Cham--ry I, Iv iBBliiini' e I >s a'-.,]Im! Coiihty Fltiihln i County. Florida
S No.4. un tho K.tli : I subject to the
day: or Mnn-li
. on TlK-Hilav. ; -
a A. I>. 1924. to determine Karah \ 4'oh''''". I'oinpl.ilntint I V.-IHUH Mar.-li' 2.lh.I 1 1921 nt 1 I es the wshof .
L 4 ; wln-thi-r or C. 11. J-'unk nnd Mau.l..M.. "Kunk |IH! ..cluck noon. for the of illrectois I : Democratic voters on 171Cady
.. not there shall be Issued \l.y Biil.l 1 m 1.- wife. H..Hp."I.. jm.tmrm'm'l.sure uf for tIle "oHiiInK' y.'atnni.1..0.1 for the :3rd, 1 1924

'I- t 'P ir. trlct bond In the sum crr Slu.dliOuOS I MortKHK-e., Notice of AIaJ.t.T' Sale transaction of anv and nil Imiiin.'i| the nominated and .
,,, for the purpomi of aciiulrlnKHIOUIKI.. Not I i'm. IM I by thiuii.lrr tlo.t mav--I ifl', .before the .Ieced. I pl&I''
S the constructIon of a tbuildliitr sIrammd: :;.i"I:: New meeting I to administer
or Spei-lal I lu-ri-toforo ,apKilnted. I York N. V T-'elirunrv' r Iftzl ''I dutiel ;
.' ''and bullalnitl. th reon. and for furnishing I : :\ to carrv thH hernIa of TV.. MitFKAT. I fairly .and impartially to the -
vqulpplnir Mid buildIng "r buildin I>c .- "ro.dun the ISIIi 13-2t I of mv ability f :
: S day Seer.-tari-
a j, 5 for ...clu.hre .. have no friends C. C.
r ue &. u Public lice of UctolM-r, 1920 that ,pursuant in Ii,.. 'to R.-Th consumptive
S' S ' ; school .or arhoola within HUM Hli"rli-t. term iif mild Final 1 DeiTro I hall of especially serve and no enemies to taking six bottle. and i i. not

Only the duly qualified electors l. of saId fir for aalu and ni-ll at public outrry. 1- Ceorgin is to have an exlonsir.n I i for- punish. Wth more than twenty yearn money will be refunded A remedy for .at.t rx ,

k5 ltrlct who are free-hold hall |its for cash In hand to the hIghest bid ter the oneral Consumption, Asthma Hay-Fever._
a V i' entitled to ,vot.. The Mid bonds shall der the InU-ri'Dt of aald Keiipond.-ntH, , aCrdinl to word rcrciveii l hy law. I I think should practice of Cough's. Colds That Dltres1in Cough of ,

t S be. dated May I. '. '214. ahull b.. of thv H. Haiti Int.-rt'Mt appnared at the FOTit S.riC6. United States department justify me in Peum&la, 'Cough o Measles
'. 'nomination of '100 .<)ii) each, iliall of the mortgage forecIO.'cmi l t.hin the claiming to have the qualifications to Whooping Cough, Catarrh, Sore Throat -' .
;_ t>.ar Interest At the rate of 6 % per above nt> l Ind cause, to-wit May 5th of agriculture. The man i h that office body b..illder. Croup, Bronchiiia, a Tonle and

I : _nl'per' annum: ml-annual- Klf or any time thereafter In the selected by the College of Agriculture will appeciate the vote and 1% Alcohol, tO a solvent.
: following dearrlbrd sup- .Purely '
ty. on thelat day of May ami property located No
MovomMT < : 12 Bottle Vecetble. 'Dope.,
t S ra.paelh.IY.I each year and In Onooola County, Florida. via t This I,, for the pogilion ia Du Pre Barrett nor of all the voters, and If anything a' $2.00. Ask tour druggist. H. I

S 5, Ka.ll mature and become due ajud, Payable Northeast quarter (Nit ) of the who for the nievent my Keln all of them for free booklet i wl a.1 bla jobber.a '
." Houth."t t past three has giving dLrecton Snt
quarter (
ta1 a. (follow to-wit. : : HWUr the Bait"f years bona personally during the< ( by four '
S fiendS numbered One? (I) to Six I halt (E'4)) the Northwi..t quarter teacher In the forest school campaign, Tuberculosis h1ghauthorip 'o .tfltefltot.a
'1 ( ). ( NWt4) of the Southwest. at the Please soured that it is .. . (
, ,...,Iu.h,* .... quarter b not due "
pT'I 'a payable' Mar In -
S (lnv college t'
) the to
'S .' Ron4a numbrM JJeve'u (7). to Pour- quarter* ;fRW % ) }of Fractional Southwell i charge of the subjet of any Indiferenc or that t will not "",' :

teen...HI4). Inclusive. .payable ..May. l.i ter (NFH4)) the th..North..t Mouth two>thlrda quar logging and utilization. Darret fully apprecate'your vote and' infuence. CADY-PARKER S . - . i"

";J'ift. 23L. '. U'.I) of the West h..ltV U of th. will begin his new duties July MEDICINE .CO. Inc.
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....(ll. and UM value of realising on the per-year; $3.25.for:six months'; $1.751': According to the same, writer; the cern with the growers. of the banana j not' about bananas."' PerhaV '

>0 I things wldcbtlisQn. : implied in' the development for three month and 65c per month. 'banana is very,exacting'with'respect In the tropics U the question of ....dy.j when they'And Florida grower Wt'"I"
regards possible and ont to jet all the news through > to soil GroWn. in land that'la py
paramount in his field call veryrich transportation and, generally,_ the In* from them one of their moat hn-., '
the Chicago ha on daily paper in the county and in moist but well
Tribune humu8h very plantationsreceive little attention portant markets they may wake l np'
e After cvet tuai!! ; "S"eb''cyst system of JM only newspaper published in trained,, continue to produce .. fro i/$ the removal of the superfluous and come to this state to learn how ""t w '
connecting Lakeland.
power Address: Lakeland star. fine crops for fifteen or twenty suckers." the
'.tatlons' ,. years It might well **, to grog crop. By< that time.
together and development I Telegram, Lakeland, Florida. 13-3tx from one planting then that: American of the' Florida will probably dominate the
}, of the; water system power as Mr stations Edleon'favors to operate mustjr I BANANA-GROWING"INFLORIDAThe And for the methods.of the cultureof plant may; show the' planter in other American banana markets-Tampa '
I. .... . .". benefits this valuable food-plant in this countries "*thing or two they did Tribune.
,....." ... i vast to the country. It _
t...........lws11. I ril'eliminate-harr-waste'in the-pro banana i. a fruit which has of state his, Mr. Bolles stated- in the course .
..... .. .,. duction'= and transmission of electric rrown steadily on the appreciation of ;remarks, that -
power.; It will bring about a leveling the American public during the put '"Florida banana growers have established ROOMS wIT i IIQT AND COLD WATER, $1.50' ,
t ..... I.e. of load from east to west and from nil century or ao. Looked on once this very profitable food-
'f. north to south as fluctuating requirements as natatory luxury, it has become fruit industry in our state on a strictly ROOMS BATH
..sIr, tatn.tll . .$2.08
.... d1Batt..: and fluctuating sources of one of our staple articles of food. It o scientific and practical basis, and .
water power make advisable and pos was formerly retarded as a crop o have shown the planters in other counties -
....... I.e sible. It wiU mean cleaner cities which could be grown profitably only a thing or two they:, did not
r .... I0tt ... throughout the country as it reduces with the cheap labor of the tropics know' about bananas. In Florida we
tts r.ATTEND .. necessity for ,coal burin It will but that is being: shown to be a mis plant and cultivate bananas intensively -
reduce transportation burdens; as it take. getting) the largest amount of 111'i' '
reduces the use.of coal for power. It !The same energetic promoters of of any banana- 9 l : .
?' will !cheapen' virtually all manufacturing agricultural enterprise Who put grape groownisttrrictcIn the .world. We :
.. costs and the prices of manufacturing culture on its feet as a. highly profitable take .our bananas scientifically we
:- ., :' goods and do so without industry have taken up .the ba. better care of them than they dan I
;. correspondingreduction of profits. nana. The grape has been grown in the tropics consequently we must,
. ,Its .potential benefits are almost beyond Florida to quite a large extent, but and do, make' more money per acre T i '
Ed I calculation. We certainly wel- I mainly for wine. Prohibition was tj an. they do." ( . 'I- J "
o come Thomaa-A. Edison to the list ofsupporters thought by many to have killed this According: to Collins the main con- k
of such development. industry, but It really had no effecton '
the market for table grapes. Bananas -
'J FORMER RESIDENT HERE had been grown for Home years y I II
in the state and Individuals had found
. F. A. Lincoln a former well known them a profitable crop. Bowel Trouble I
resident- Klssimmee, but now soJourning Now; as W. E. Bolles, of Oldsmar,
in Sanford, called at The secretary of the Florida Banana Soon RelievedBy r .'
Gazette office Saturday to his j
pay Growers Association, said at its recent
respects to the new management. mid-winter In Klssim- .
TAMPA'S Mr. Lincoln had been in Tampa for 0 meet "This world fs convinced that we TeethinaThe
GREATEST' ANNUAL the past month under the care of an are growing bananas in commercial
ocultist and underwent an" operation quantities in Florida/ He said: "I
SPORTING EVENT for the removal of cataracts over have received requests for carload first two years of baby's life
both e7erC The, operation was a complete shipments which none of our members are the moit-trying on mothers. la.cessant .
Aut aa4 Cycle Race*at fair Grounds success, but will necessitate an- was in position to fill. own care must be exercised by
Thursday .a.d Friday, other visit to Tampa In the near .fu crop is sold two years aheadAs the mother In baby's dIet. Its little
March 21 and 22 ture. for the profitableness of the.crop he stomach la ao easily. upset and bowel YtiUR. WirE WILL ENJOY ,
NOTICE stated that it is, a common thing to are a constant menace. At
JO GAZETTE READERS such times Teething:
March 20 and 21 bar been let aside make S4QO Mr acre Inside the first keeping will assist'l In
thia year for the Tampa Police Re. In future no classified. advertisingwill twelve months after planting and as a. the:mother'baby well anxiety.and greatly Sea.u '
Ref A..'. annual f peed event which be charged to anyone except high as $1,600 to $2,000 per acre in OTra. John THIS' DINNER
W. Koble,, flouts a,
the second and following in
will I toctade a spectacular program those having a monthly account with years Whig-ham oa.writes: "My' baby
until ami motorcycle races and an the office. The expense! and troubleof Florida.G. had chllla and fever. Ho was very
elaborate motor style show.' Purse : bookkeeping and collecting these N. Collins in Bailcy'8 Cyclopedia sick and his lbow ls were loose. My
sites, and bonuses will amount to small accounts more than offset the of American Agriculture, treating doctor gave me a medicine for him, AWAY FROM HOMENo
$2500 and the leading racing driver profit. The minimum charge for this of banana-growinr in the American but It didn't do him any good.
and- motorcycle riders of the country class of advertising is 25 cents. The tropics, sa>"t Practically the "I started him on Teethina and be A
meal taste to the who is +
have been attracted by the liberal cash purse posted for the event the words and remit accordingly.The northern markets is the Martiniqueor now well and lively a* a kitten." '
forever cooking at home as the one she does not
TIM huge success last spring of the Jamaica alao known as the CJros Teethina Is sold by all druggists, ,
police race were responsible for the important part of the 17 national Michel and blueficlds. Thu chief ad- or send tee to the Moffett Laboratories ' '
continuation of these events as an forests in California play in vantage of this variety is the super Columbus Ga.., for a package cook herself.
annual event and a far greater program the recreational activities and outdoor ior shipping quality of the fruit. It and a free booklet about babies.DON'T I
is being arranged for this year. life of that state emphatically illustrated is to be rcjr;: tt The will be staged again at by, the fact that these fed- character has burn allowed to -- = =
Plant race Field on the circular race track; eral-owned forests' were used by 4. 0 exclude all the other varieties, manyof for six days-give her a rest-a real treat. She deserves N

and a force of men are rapidly putting 336,700 persons during 1923, announces -, which arc decidedly superior as WAIT TILLYOU'RE
the track into excellent condi- the Forest Service, United States table fruit. a good Sunday dinner, and you can start this r
department of agriculture. These figures This regret will no longer be felt
tion.The policy adopted establishes all are based on careful estimates by !those who know the banana, for DOWN SICK next Sunday by bringing your wife and family to. .1
speed i/vents/ to the world irrespective tnsi I checks made by more than 100 these highly ..II'IIirllblc'arkti can '
open forest! and other federal of- lie in Florida jjrown. our Special Sunday Dinner.
of piston displacement or rangers /grown: are bt-injf minute feel little
motor classification and regardless of 'it- ale in co-operation with automobile The popular varieties among "'Iorida'Crownl Till the weather you get a a bot
membership of drivers in the various association, railroad, stage are tho Cavondish Hart and of Gude's Pepto-Mangan. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER 75c
racing associations.The "om pan it'll, and lintel manager lyfinert.| All three are of a superior Don't wait till you'ro down sick. ,
National Motors Contest (hoard -- -- -- flavor such that the popular Take Gude's
as a preventive of illness
will assume full control and ieiponMJbility had Mr. and their Mrs! H, G. Minick have. taste, once they have been generally -it will enrich your blood, and Special Cousine Special Service (
aR recent Mrs. W. A
guests introduced will discard the
being coarser
precaution is build
and Your
every up your energy. druggist
Wimbish, of Atlanta. Ga., ami NewPort
and varieties Collins names. Grown on
made to safeguard the lives has itin both liquid and tablets.
News, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. B. the mainland the A WONDERFUL CHICKEN
and participanfs. of- United States, DINNER FOR 75cDAYSON'S
both -
limbs of spectators Trial T a* for
B. Cain, of Washington, I). C. near to the nitrthern market, there free ewe t. theo:. hr.ltb-i ulWig. r
are not likely to be value of Gudc'i Pvpto-Mitncan. writ today
leant of the leading dirt any transportation
At a score for
INTERESTING FACTS Bneroiu Trial 1'aclraze o(Tablet. bendno
drivers of the world difficulties: to be overcome. such .
track dare-devil money-juiit najn and ddr *a to
will be seen in action during the various COUNTY'S as he alludes to. M. J. Bnitrnbach Co.. 61 Warren St.. N.Y.
events and keen competition will
he seen In the attempt to annex the The Lakeland Star-Telegram it I Gude9sPepto.M .
cash posted by the racing U1
large purses published every morning and becauseof : -
committee. suberb mail and auto route connections I RIVERS BLOCK, BROADWAYGEORGE
Tampa's greatest annual sporting in able to I"f'aeh'torS' point in b
event will be staged this year on the South Florida at an early hour with I Tonic and Stood Enricher R. DAMSON, Proprietor
afternoons of March 20 and 21 on the the complete Associated Press new
fair ground race track. $2500 in report from all over the world, supplemented

rash purses and trophies have been by correspondents over this -- - -I 7 tai
posted in the various event which section. Its editorial policy is one ojefinitness < .
will include professional sanctional : as to I local, state! and national
dirt track automobile races and spectacular affairs and as an advertising
and sensational circular motorcycle medium the opportunities are mani- 1 y'6pr
races.i An array of the loading fold. The subscription price is $6.00
: and best. known driver. have ai i nified their Intention' of entering. the '
1"L" Tampa event.. .iii\'I'I.J) .

The racing meet I b staged each ;
year in Tampa by the Police Relief GET.INFORMATION : r .,
association and is recognized os one '
of the foremost sporting '-e* i
events attracting many of the followers ABOUT THE
of the dirt track game to the west 1 '
coast each year.A Business University of
competent staff of the leading
racing officials in the country have Tampa"The 0
been retained to supervise and direct
the speed events which are sanctioned [
by the National Motors Board of foremost School in Flori sl r i x

merlca. da." Tampa and Cass Streets.Tampa. .
An exceptionally large field of 5r
drivers will be seen durin the springrace Florida
meet here due perhaps to the x
fact that many of them will leave ttr

Tampa immediately after the races -
bv boat for Havana Cuba where the '
First Cuban International Circular
Racing Meet will be staged early in g 111111
April. Many American drivers are I Genuine Cavendish ,' '
planning on competing in Cuba.
Elaborate plans are being made to I
entertain speed fans on March 20 and I \
21 at Tampa and nothing will be left Banana Plants GotidricliWe i

undone in demonstrating Tampa'shospitality. I (


PROBLEMHis I Price, per plant 50c Fit, Dtic trft, sad Nut Ss/J.Muatial Grrir,tZ5Alirl sal
seventy-seventh .birthday war
made the occasion by newspaper reporters

Edison. for The interviewing question that: Thomas drew reflections \. Cord A Matchless Investment! At every 1924 :\: ; a

from the electrial winard: Pahokee Banana
were not confined to one subject nor Nursery Motor Show held to date this new low-priced Six "
those which he has been accustomed -
upon to give the beet hours of his CHARLES DIMICK. Proprietor Special Sedan has won highest praise. Its coachwork J
mind,''if we are to judge by his mate- I i!
rial utterance Pahokee, Florida We want our customers to Rich
that of custom-made bodies.
Hi opinion a* to the existence or get the most in tires for parallels costly ,.
non-ex Utence of the human soul l will
attract attention and possibly provoke their money. So we recommend upholstery dignifies the interior. Deep seat cushionsare

thinker argument will conclude but that the EdlsojTs average, Silvertowns, and we softened heavily-coiled steel springs. Companioning .

views on this ever-interesting sub-
ject are worth speculators no more than of the other conclusions COMETO are selling them at the these substantial details is the Nash- ; //if

any price you formerly paid for
scientist on the tenure of man's per i i
sonality. There are plenty of great THE fabrics. perfected motor silent, flexible, and powerfully

minds, or great minds position inhabiting in the bodies selenitic occupying -- Business University of responsive. And-the demand has outstripped

world that hold opinion different

from hence Mr.his Edison opinion on on this matter problem with, Tampafor production, so orders will be filled in rotation. (f ;' .

which be i Is familiar, on subject of
which he U master. 1* worth more to an accurate business train FOURS and SIXES w
hia fellow than' his discursion into ing. Our enviable reputationfor E. V. Fox

the One unknown.of the'questions, one of prac- accuracy create a creator Roberts Filling Station Models range from $915_ to $2190, f. o. b. factory gyp'k

tical'value to!which h6 gave'answer demand for graduates than we L
"*,-"Wbat do yon'consider the most ,
important, electrical development that can fill. Suitable boarding procured
can''be:worked out in the future f> Your .
Mia reply was :"A;system'of connecting comfort and welfare 1
power'stations together and 'are paramount MACK BROTHER Dealers

,:'development.of.waterstations. to op- -- ," ,
erat*" the -.,.tems'and,' ''application COMEr .)"" r : ua"
ttlT,M nw cone
i iof eleetrie power to nUwa,...") ;jo' ,- Kissimmee Florida {
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best location for industrial plants, i--: : .4. exhibit .thereBut it' was unique. .II C- t .' V

Ii' '. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE with the fertile fields for vegetablesand J I I What. They Are Saying .I II ip told the story. It,.didn't ,)look ''cheap." LITTLE THrNts, ;t !}, ,
--i i i'n TI "ii " T-r' y in '
I'UBLISHKO BYTHB fruits and staple crops, with the Many advertising: men spoke. of it c ,r .-.J" At .

t '" KfSSIMMEB: VALLEY GAZETTE immense cattle ranges and lumber I, Harry Neel, formerly associated very complimentary" terms because It Oh, it's just the little homeJx hings,5 '\ '. '

',. I VERY FRIDAY mills and oilier industries Klasimmee with, Bob Holly in' the ownership of was. "different, and therefor of The unobstructive friendly things .
( '.' ; and Osceola county should be kept. the Sanford Herald, has bought The greater advertising ''value. Mr. Gunn :

\ It. A. NEI8UISdltor In the of the world as the best I Kisslmmeo! Valley Gazette. Mr. Neel paid Osceolacounty's share of, the expense The "won't-you-ht'ni&he1p-YoU"; Imng8"w "
eyes ...
: : !;, and Manager Is well grounded and M ...,<<
I t\)', B. C3. VANS ,AJNE1V. place in which to locate'and this'will should a in his newspaperman new enterprise. of the Florida Products dinner. That make our pathway light. W'

1 \f" Rec.lata..d/ Treaur be the main' Idea of The Gazette in The-editor prosper of the Herald extends him lie "held up this county's end" of the I'' A dit's just the jolly, joking things, : , ;:;

f IIVnl'Cnl..ION HITKS the :years to come. best wishes for success and prosper- I' expense. And the expenses of, the exhibit The "never-mind-the-trouble" things ': ... .,

'. On* Copy. One Yt'ar....'.,........|.:illI> We are 'with :yi and for you" and ity.-Sanford Herald.KISSIMMEE'PAPER. :, and his own expenses, he held ..; ..
f") \ On* Copy 8lx Month-...*...., 1.00 : CCC ,. The "laugh-with-me-it's-funny" things V';
On. Copy. Three Months......_..- ,.bOEntrd we want you* to be, with, us and for \. down to $829.59, It was good man- V ?. '
('!, s and with this kind of cooperationand j agement. Mr. Gunn deserven great That makes the world seem bright.For ';. 1\\ ,
( lit the )noiitorfle *t Kl "lmm ROU) TO MR. NEEL, ..
: 0. Florida' *. cocond-cliui matter.) assistance there will be nothing credit, and Osceola county honors. all the countless, famous things, : '

1.' but prosperity and material'I, spiritualand The Klssfmmce-VaHey Gazette, one him. "(0'
All com mem I cat I on n nwpt from authorised For wondrous record-breaking things, I 'I
fi corro ip .' &.(. ..d by lli. writer. in the state, has been sold by One of our candidates in his recent Those "" things,, >. 't..1
4' ; Rejected matter will l>. returned I If We want everyone in Osceola county W. B. Ilurris, for its \
> many years .
hand-shaking- baby-kissing tours That all the cite. V
i " called for. / to feel that The Gazette is YOUR guiding spirit to H. A. Neel, formerly papers, '"

\ : ; Farden Adrtl>lnj> Rrf>r*._tatv. T I PAPER come In and get acquainted '' of the Sanford Herald. in the southern end of-the county ran Are not like little human' things .J' 1\

: h. J_THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION | and tell us all about your aims and Mr. Harris conducted The Valley across a man who explained his political The "just-because-I-like things M ,

to'If ambitions and all about y6ur neigh I Gazette for twenty-eight years and situation as follows: "I am a
That make tia hanDY nuifo
in that time became of the best _
one. Republican the wife is a Democrat
: : FRIDAY MARCH 7, 1924 horhood. The latchstring is alwayson -- : ;
I beloved in the here'sto-
journalists male it is So the little
the outside of our ollice and we said that he will enter 8nothl.'ri.ld./ the cows are dry; the baby wet, and things, V

s 1 I'M GLAD TO MEET YOU are never too busy to talk. to you or I, Allison T. French who has been the the dog niuxt 'bo a "socialist, because The "done-and-then-forgotten" things,

F\ ....0--. to make you feel that you are ,.1- editor of The VallI'lillzl'HI..' the past ichowls all the time." "- Those "oh-it's-simply-nothing" thhigs
; J and/ a .half, also severed 1 his oonI ------ --- ,
feif fe- In assuming the editorial and bu.iiJ1C8S come in The Gazette:: family. I ;nection year with the paper. I It is hoped The Gazette; t l'xll'nd".rrl'etin s to That make" life worth the fight. V

\ ,j J c; .. management/ of. :The (Jaze-tta it I that Mr. Harris and Mi'. Frl.wh'will EditoArk11: ,.f'1hl! CMru County"hriMiiil" -Author Unknown.

; ; : is with a feeling of the great rcsponibility (;JOOD-UYE. RILL I i continue) I their jounaliftic careers in I ; '
( who I took March
I possess.on
: i" that rests upon every man .. -,- .'the I I Uiiul of Flowers. I ., ,
: .
I":liter The] Cliitf( welcome's: r. Xeel. who )J. :\1 Arkell ha>ls, from I K-troit ati'i C----.-.-- ------- --- ------ ------------ C
of Since 11 I 1915 the i
,< ;;, who assumes charge a newspaperin January! w i" -- ----- ------ -- --
I MS i a foimer associate of Hob llolloy! .said to be an ,'xpt'ri'JI"'d ncwspa-
;. '." a new field. Taking the place of has been associated in hot h a business ir i- roa,1.Let's .
cross-state town
the Sanford the simmee-Melbourne as evidenced the
(ion paper us new II'I mall. ..Nif I tlw people'! of Inverness j by advertising .
,. W. B. Harris, who for the past 28 and Reicial way with \%'. n. }liar- I;|lowlier of the )Kinnmei!" > /paper in I will give the new editor(I' the all -help to bring about this desired in the columns' of the local newspa".

years )has guided the
paper, and Allison T. French, who for learned to admire and respect I cess, 't hat can lull t to (he lot of n I Mippott' I Ii" liould hnve I lo'i paper ._____ This is absolute fact-not written
I I u.lut'r.'S FloiMa C'h ief. and town u ill! I thrive" and for effect .and
"flulll'l'u I -- pi 'f-per. I .week after
I, 18 months has been editor impresses I him both as a man ffnd a* a I cccS.Nl'Ili STOCK :sI'ictIAT1oN. : :'; UV tis is week Eus J,
- - - losing
.: me with the fact that I will )have to gentleman. (Our) dealings Chri\ian.// ) ) V-EWSPAPIMl: MANlU' :'; That a majority of Congress! can- SENATORS"-:';- ---- new enterprises new citizens for the new reason capital that,

: ,"go some" in following in the footsteps universally satisfactorily _ VS klSSIM\IKiC I'AI'ER: tat pass a sane and sound t.ix-reduc-: Speculation in oil stocks is in itself the merchants and other are so sat

I ; of -these gentlemen so well ami' partnership terminates with elccri reirreal crime but the public believes, and jailed with the volume of business
-1 tion) mea-uie: without abjectly acceptlog no ,
:; known to and! "Hill" I Harrishas After havingi.t-en in ('lIntr"I.f. that they need not advertise in
;. favorably )'ou.f' on my port .. I the-} the public) is, right, that speculation the
1'111' l\i-1111111I' V'iile\* ta; ;<<.tt, fur II t 'i''uit ranged plans and speci- Lake Region and in
,<, residence' this Florid., for consequence wi
all bestMhes
in hiS u-
My paiit .my I full quarter centuryV.. H. llarns has 'titiitionof the Secretary of the by Senators amid: government!: oincian are suffering as a community.

.v f' "\;i for the past sc\eral year' makes me ture prosperity ami happine-n; wherever vild l his i -tock I in the concein to I II.I AN'eel Tri'iisuiy, is the opinion 1" of some close to them, in .stocks, the value of Real estate cannot be stimulated

feel that I am not coming to you as he may decide to caM t hi lot. : ; fonneily associated \\ il IiI "Hob" paper by looking. over the columns of
which i i. affected by legislation, is avery the
I a stranger in a strange land, but usa For my new partner Harry A.Ned. Hollv I { in th,. Sanford /llum :uu:1(1. The Theiewho !see politics in one Lake Region. One would think that

neighbor and friend, and one who I bespeak the consideration of new own
manafier..! will still hu\'(' ''fuidIlkHlI'd m to the man .,ho sees I infrequently' has legislation pending Coral Gables Miami, and a few
knows affairs , 1I..rd. auc
your as a neighbor my friends and ask that they with him K: (I i. Van. Airnew. who hu'lIn..d themote. in and the action of that body in tion sales of subdivisions. .
and !:
I should know them. I have cast my him and his wife n heartylet.nie.] i iF. a half intcic-t 111 the public.i.ti I neighbor's eye People of Eustli, it Is time
these affects the values of
lot with Kissimmec and Osceola i :. (G. VANS ACNFAV.; ; for tin1 pa-t mid I I'r: limit' "- i"i II known through - --- the utoe-ks of the concerns involve! Eustis will be are.
Bounty work on The (Jazette what
my just
- - --- in Johnson/ and Jm: Red you make it.
out the suutbiin, portion Region i h.
will be the best that 1 !: Its
proof t my heart' A few wiek ago n r"pcl't"I j ,, i is with you and as one) of you the made of the progress of the ve-le-\ "n h.i, I. Iiin4lii, liallm / get / advertising gratis
) \tais ; V.1.11 : appeil, bc'eausf-i j mat ion is working on each of 'I yet sometimes It feels that U vhould
stock it looklike their
I problems that will come up from time I he' B.'k pejue )pIn] n. I Of the prae-t , I i nr an .i--ault madv, ,! upon him ,s.nne I I. them namely' : 1''.ldl believes or thn.k'he knowledgeus I do so, so as 10 give a better impression .

\1 to time will I be discussed i I freely. and) I ly half millionotes ca-t. *7 ,per cct i iendoiM'd ,1 t.iui' > i-us I "I>_".. wben .\ iiindiilate I I toi )' is I inakinifomebody else }believe officials or their votes as such has 1 I of KuKtis throughout the Unite

dispassionately as between fi'lends 1 1I . :'tioni 111'1.'' ion i <> the -t.ile1 s.'n.ite1 -et t tin some sinister lemneetiem t with their States.
I J I the plan .and thiitein t pi"tent t be innocent -
find neighbors. I wcie against. it. .\ MII! liab l I.. ,enhIII ,: Vf. ami stl'l..t'l investinentThey may V
.. < (lU 'in an alt-mpt I in t tlie, > >.u ift if the people. Thi- THE: HOME TOWN: ;
S I Jfy advent) into life . I of wrong. but they aie guilty of an
( your ci10 was ) the ,'Me"f fall ,
; by author* I "f << '"' .t' i -ill>e "" I ille\' I nce .111..1 ,iliscn-e'J harmful.
.t: S': Viot l the) result of heiui'.s, ,de-hbcia- Mr' ]ll.irri- ln-t II. I. not to cither a1. : iinpiiidence" vvliebhoiiltl l tieit attach. ,
an nlans r.j let.t t id.pekinir/ to e-'I l'i > t ::?:1.-! : to V& siirht than
t I : : tion, but was made) after due I the 1O"li.| with, his fin i"I. pailiiular hurt to tim'm / to publii ..ff". uiN. !Senator Klkms j;i nioie thirty years the .
:i 100.000 fiom, Mr. I lo; !>. 'npuii''iiis | Tribune has been boosting the
I Ig J : tion and I. 'ire-1, nail Dining' I l t'le' ,inti'l'v emnirvi.I '| public, -o thenis' no need fo a .k tie'hiy inailcfiaiitlv Tampa:
,, looking over many loiielitiein I hat the "'.1",1| t<' "If that J la ('I'IIIt', 1I11'IThal1g.tilt' home town business
(Other parts of Ploiidu. I Kis-imim-e i let\ them h..Il'r I tbe-ir heaileilf.. ." us men. Tampa merchants stand
t'uin! \utid ib-a-lviint
better one I- ln'ing u|1''''f "ii -i l a l'I.,1 ire. and t the i .
A l, appeals to me from so many j-tand-, :: What a i pit\ IhlI..U"I'. one? .... .1- 'nutincciptel sale was; inaiiti 1"1',. 455'I, i.,I.illV I.S be- i I \\lI'I'v inir. - - 'I' much ahe !pl-a-e--: : but t the fait re-- their, home leml town at all times; always
t points that it i III impossible to i'aiise iif t hi-/ unfeiit t, I I willing to u hand in the support
ernjin . ; oe I in tlie lit i -t t pht . aa "' 1 in.inis tc-ael before I''h ,- of !home.
1f ; ( .\ I11' |I | vi.ate every enterprise they back
: crate them here but they \\ill I hetaken IIa'I'' i ,iil.-nis: for, tbe f itnie-. have, ( ;
tcr doubt) tl lt.s ] \',.. (' I! e-e-ne v 11'.1: I tl'e} '. -t I 111I"tl".f? : >. fI cverv move that for the
nOt' \\ould have li.i'l .1 not l-e-t 'I inaile, publu) '. I ilatka! I Daily) : tum'ee uu.: ..t-I is best in-
up from time to time in J'het I : j 1"1 I : I . .terest t of
ficehei'el Tampa.
; nir.i They
Ne-w I
f unanimoiiote.l I Hu I \\e\er the \'Ot\ t' < pnintccllv' that the man M'L":1n" i carry com
t .M Gazette with the idea of letting thei * pletelines. of goods! in
.I "' world know why Ki.ssimmee, ithe ait t tains|. w II also -et \ e. iiu lefirendum I : inh ami influential: ) !though' he u u..l! I i IDI: K \i ( lessons:: incut ; they buy from the every beat depart whole

j \\I best city anil Oscoeila the ,best county upon} the populanij ( f the' tviiriecnni t ,I 'I II \ :\tItS. 01.)) BOY( !I not u ant to appear beforj, the CUM' I I "fheie encral eliscushiem .sale markets, and as they sell at the

'. 'liable vainhdatcfor j 'initte-e I to I .-li hat bc is a < ver light Tampa merchants
in t I i vv knowaboui t'.- 'price-s are en-
f the
; great state of Florida. | dent-H"I..1 l'I'.i-1 I I live c H.ik. Fla., :Maieh" :!, 192! 'l I. I oil mutlen.'ilh ,ithiceiunl'v: nte> the wisdom of cre tlttnil,, tll thl' trntflM r\f thi. ...,.tis.
Democrat )
t' as a and good oil I L'.ule.! '
It has always' been my ,belief\ that i I Mr. 11. .\. .VeeI.KlsHiininei ; '| mitinea l-ei'erti' Cninmisainn( to i Hut we wonder: if the citizens. in
C son as a Republican, fanly repercsent V I :.Sam pe rseinitied, in a strong; coi: .r., it pas and about
+' any city or county was just an good Flolidu.Dear itipin at the fountain henrealize the great
moving putjres
F ,,:. or great as its newspapers made it | the opposition to the pence movement, ) Sui'lJIy : teewith liis hunting duels uj the worth of the home-town merchants

r and in the making the any peace movement, and whether I c\tc-nd I cemspicuous get nervous( u. \.. fri m wb'ih they originate. 'Iwforeale to the general life of the community
newspapermust c-ungratulat ions injour
J :, have the hearty c'I'I'ation'I ( i they will or not. theote hait' effort. clIlI.II..f"le him. And thi i.. i i; .> i ard ..,hib.m Itti i is permitteel. The', of the diverge things they do for the
new Kissimmee 1 in town mill/
and whole-henrteel moaning for t their candidacy I my ign. ,so leing as refpc-e-t for hn |iuriu>si'. of 'iM'ai-e' I is, t td eliminate it) pe-ople.] and how muchwe
''I / support of the people I old hutmilie nn, "l 1 kli<>w you will be a-- as a people, owe to them.
; ? thorftv retiuiinx' in tI eu', '"- of an'!:.", :"I teneleniics. I
1 of the community in which the morethan plcasid with the town Iigh and 1 1. .- .11: Back of every movement for good

r .. paper is published. This should be Once in 11 while a man who has IIc-1' county anti' especially. with the Vulley -, will be well.One I Thenla, I < I eenuch marked. improvenevt ,: --for development, for progress and

I loimplished, "-omething worth while -- -- in this well uplift-are the town merchants and
accorded i'i pictuies
.. t1t The Gazette and if it is not I (iuzette. as i ius ,
I' then the hearty weftome already talKS foolishly. Hudson Maxim. the :I only needs' to May away f'.i iSanfeird other le-prctx in very recent yearn, often only the home-town merchant,
given : ,
Maj'uecess be yours in cf i j while others fold their hands
every / for- I in in
J about three -
: me is not the true expression of I man who put the silencer on the gun fort. inonthj IDrcalize" that such a cen-orship does not seem difference other than to hold them

t our hearts and minds. announces! that he has found: such a Yours how that town 13 Jtru\; necessaly.' out during beneficial showers.

I : Kissimmee and Osceola county "kick" in tea and coffee that if properly LLOYJ truly L., HARVEY. And tjpe writer believes that a great Turning this matter over to Fed- I Who is it thatcontributes most to(

I. have bright futures and it will be my measured by the Volstead act C. deal of that wonderful growth is directly eral control, and placing it in the '!community welfare to church to ,

due to the live bunch of school, to society, to charity to enterprises .
Bolo aim to boost this community these two. beverages 'must be banned. The announced sa1c" by W. 13. Harris citycommissioners hands of a commission would appear and improvements? The

J.. with an eye singly to your many One'' is disposed to take M xlm's talkas of The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, who have put en a like an acknowledgement that all home-town merchants.
"! ]i . wants and needs and with no desire a joke, or if he Is in earnest,. it to II. A. Neel, formerly interestedwith paving program Just such aa these years of public education, religious Who 'are the vital forces in every :i

t of intention of shows how "hard our energetic city commissioners contemplate organization having to do with "' .
_ I intruding my beliefs put" even great Bob Holly in the i publication of training in the homes and byall community -
: .' '. and ideas minds to find afgumnts I here. Just as soon as street life and betterment f'- The .
upon an enlightened community against the Sanford Herald! is un item of the agencies o.f the church, had home-town merchants.

that is already recognized an' i eliminating liquor as a beverage. news'! of special interest to the newspaper !'- all paving! arouml starts. here you'll sec a charge: not :yet fortified the public so that it I' Who are the first to launch movements

.4;. 'I one of the very best in the state. Some millions of people daily indulgein fraternity of Florida. "Hill" -and it will be for the bet- can be trustee! to take care of itself.' for the various improvements,

Rather will it be the aim of The Ga- I I the two beverages, / : alluded_ to, andu !| Harris him been one of the tiled I ] and te-r.biingabout Ie-t's all this j jetn hands and hlp to When the last word is said, it may for for better streets, for a cleaner city,
i I zette to assist hi the many big things as a result any 01 inem nave ever true landmarks in Florida, result. be found advisable or I city beautIfication, for ajnusetnfnta -
;L ;' that ore coming to Kissimmee and t been in journalism -- I even necessary and entertalnm..nh'_ um._.___ Thjk_ __
!: I police court. for cuttin' the 1'osBibly" he never set the wen'Id, on North (Cuim'ohimmahm organizi-.g It'' to create another Federal agency that ome-town merchants.

i t' : Osceola county and to build up rather I corners, or smashing up the furniture, file with Inn performance as a joui- I)DanielM-for-rre-ide' Club. Daniels' the people may be protected in this | Who digs deeper into their pocketbooks -

than tear down, to construct rather ''or in the hands of the sheriff for nalist and, i to help worthy
publisher but this much' somewhat hernistand again3t thepressure thing, but we prefer to feel for the causes along.

: than hold back and, eschewing political -, murdering his best friend, the ever- can t tiuthfully be said that Hill I Han, is brought to bear on him to present, that the great virile, morally 'and of a calls come often during the run
.f and who
11 t' good fights time and in wrangles and'!, spend our watchful press has not reported it. I I has left his impress, for gooel upon/, lease the nil lands. might well ar'u' .-.- healthful public will, in its oWn.way \ year to -community gives benefits more, with supPort

'. in boosting buildmgj Max im evidently] has a pie-tty dry 'I Kissimme'e i and ()"etila lounty. Fur, the- enthusiasm of his fellow couitc.v- give the film makers to under- their money, their presence and voice J

c.i .. bringing/ all the good folks' of this, I throat and' strains at a gnat but is > more I lln.n lenty )'e1hI'S he 1ms stnv- nien at S ims:: I time-i when integrity i- stand if it bas not already done so, i than the home-town merchants ? No-
community together in higI
: one l willing to launch ,Iou n it a lunnp-I| en to advanee. : the best inter-ts of his visione-l in the minds of millio'i, that the lesion-. of childhood I body.
; arc
L brotherhood of Who
) man, in making are the first to
!: a big buck l'allld.Thl. e-onmiunity. In fuel he is minus the sticking! speak up
4ti < t, city hero on the shores of one of the I | emeI prime ejuality necessary in ofi'.c.-:: through the mature yc-si' a. i against/ that which Is injurious to our
I eye as the j-esult of hi i:1: ,stand t for high or low. Were this virtue felt .., ---- community-that which is detrimental
ft ) prettiest lakes in the grand old stateof A NEi: \ SI'AI'I-K;
f .' strike of tire doik-workers) i righteousness in ., AN.NIKX: TO to the
J ml city/ and county afj the issue in the home to society and moral
f\ I Florida. I finale sectionai
; Kissimmee n-c.
thould] / be a England/ which tied, up' nil of the i island's j fairs!' a big nnd, brutal bully se\eial I tic-s would TilE COMMUNITY: life. The home-town merchants.
Hdriven :
l ( City of 20,000 inhabitants in the next : I away like deal) -- Verily "day by in "
'u outside shipping, has< been >et- years iiifo geiuging: out of ihepublisher' day every way
leaves The
one 1 be'fore '''
L:" \en years ana this is not an t theviml aol I'xavailability ';. \. following article from the Eus- the home-town merchants contri-
am- tled. -- - are
I As this trouble] would have affected "r"'- i in a cowardly iitti I 'k till Lake .
'tiitlona : woulel Region buting of their
program for The Gazette to be unqu I ioi _;d.He i. applies to Km.simmee ': money their time and
England more vitally pel |>etrated( em I the main of their
stre'et Kis
foster. It is not only possiblebut perhaps I that an .t may, it is timely aU even inure than it does to Kusti& energy to make this community
I than any other of that kind, its ,settlement simmee, a crime which:; the ;pi-ople. ) uf ,befitting Tlutthti' 'V a bigger, better and busier place In
with the in town t
probable wonderful growthof the labor that town will -ve-ry way that the jiOoi""l le mentioned is' which! to labor and live.
by not
the entire slate of Florida. Kiscimmee I I' government II"I ;I' foigit.. in many; a of :North Ciireilma should -< easily< ti-cogm/ed, us Sarasota, prob I Iably It isVeil that
cxprbtheir citizens
long ? I our five ;
I promptly and upon terms evidentlyi dayV.e hope \. H. sol I f.i. I the fa-test
has so much to offer that the | I! uppioeiatlon of Mr. Daniel) ''y growing small city more than a passing thought to the
i i satisfactory, to t the1 ,public sbo\ys enough money I to enable I bun i i debt,
that u |III I letircI I in Florida There [ they
wonder to everyone visiting the city recomme-nding him to the favarabLconsiileration ( is a I bunch of live i owe to the home-town merchant -
is just why Kissimmee 'the- labor ]leaders lire equal] to I a work I to /pnvate i life and home comforts, a real estate men ill Sarusota I and that this debt can be paid
i is not twice of the national anti
tThim.t .
,i that woiiM have { lewaid I he richly deserves p *u > by giving/ them the
: given ccmcein to for r unsel-. ure trade of this
alt large as it now''Is" and why Osceola !! any libeiaj ad'Crtisera-eacjs taking
other character of I fish, public ser\.ice. Lakeland l St.irTelegi /'i. arethings that happen a | community. a trade that is rightfully ;
leadership.' ItpremtgM < in
l large -
I county is not filled with people from I I] . pa'L' 'in The Times each week, i| theirs, a trade well earned.-Tampa .:
for / good may I .
when IIP-AS and this Tribune.
uny country hits
boundary line
to much to
boundary Hut Sara-
I put I
I __ _ _
c its and tha i> ililu'iitinn nf ___ .. _
labor all fhc.
all this I shows capability for thitaak V _n_ ",.._.r.. ." ota em the Kissimmec I I Here's something else that
development and all this illI" I'Itl'li'YSOIit .Ml{. (Cl'.NN; ( : ulais map. has the : ,-.pplle.
F ".1 flux or people win come when we get of iroiTtihienfr. While I nil- -..,-..r ,.uml. ..,- -- jiiove- interesting rt-ading tothoe saran opportunity-there is no limitto equally as well) to Kissimmee .a to

f : together in one big{ hand of boosters, j pet! haps, >-ei bus ,difficulties will arise County ,-i g.i7; .J ulme K. ( unn made who ]like' a tinge of yellow. I.u: the size of The Gazette; the office Tampa and the only way to show

r I" forget all our differences and unite on to test those in power the world will his. repoit, i te> I the' county commissioners . The Gazette cannot see where tlu H well equipped and the managementis your appreciation to the men who are

f .1 I : the plan of building up the entire I make note of this eaily incident o'I\I .Monday, on I both the (Oseceolacounty spreading -uch is any asset tu II j more than willing to do its full doing a big part in the building up of

t ,; 4 :. i.:': county into. one big family and, with Kngland's experiment, and if affairs I; fair and the New York Ex- m'.nl filth IS )'. Ile-siele there are always share of boosting. Let's all get together your town anel! community is to trade

t 'J t r'i The Gazette and St. Cloud Tribune j j move forward with the equilibrium: j }'OSitimIi.i I He turned buck to the innocent relatives who HiTtTejrneedlrssly and:! let the world know whatour with them and keep your money at ..

.. c ( as the standard bearers follow}) i i to date, it will conclude] that one of II|I cihinly) 22.84: from t the allotment. for this |hy the broadcasUiiK ol town and section has to offer. home. Do this and see Kissimmee

I through to prosperity and happiness the Nupposod, dangers thieutcning is the county fun lie t turned back sort of news, and we cut it en.t The article follows : and Osceola county grow.

I ; i t in the one big! idea of "letting the without .teiror after all. j $174.41 I 1 as a balance m left over from many years ago. We will endeavor Yesteiday a broker was in Kuxtis I I

; ..j ": ; t'.. world know" what we have here in i the New Ye lk show. to print all the news, that's fit to read to .evidence .of Kustix' develn.irin. Forty two percent of the farmers

j'i Osceola County. That minister named. Thomas is This showing i is patticularly complimentary in the family rudebut nil scar.-ial --.|---- ana prosperity he believes I feel| that their- flMnn...._.....l.k1_, .1l.a..ieL... .. u...._.. ... .

i J" The Gazette will be made ( causing a lot of worry at J)(>nyer. He- I to :Mr. (;000 when the- will be kept out of this paper i if poi- in Kustix, and you and me but the are ucts.;due the to United low prices of farm prod-St 1t
larger he
/prospect had
sides sible. in line to department
make !
; starting lot a otjtt
I a of ,
{ I f' and better as your support is accord- investigatorsafter history of Ose-eola unty's participation -- $0,000; purchase in Eustis has de agriculture says. !Seventeen per cent iiw

; V .ed, and we expect to make many I the United States District Attorney j in the All Florida Exposition/ i i.. The Javeite-is mighty cided to locate elsewhere, and why ? attribute their condition to high UJTes I T
glad to ,
,., t 'changes In the paper. and from once a he asked the United States considered. Some there were who the move for the note Here's the story: labor: 11 percent to high costs for farm :
:week wilt] to twice Prohibition Commissioner why men hesitated to send an exhibit "l and Before locating in Florida and ; 10 per cent to high freight
e go a week and, in >ecauso I improvement of the placing rates 10 1
: II who Oraystone and r,0,000 of real ; per cent to high interest
were deemed the money the
4 Idue time crooks in county didn't have
to the
V a daily paper with everything branch of the one make funds to I Daynon hotels. The fact that :C2; community he sent for a copy of the rates; 6 percent to reckless expenditures -

that other Florida dailies prohibition service, a showing such as the other people were turned away from fcustis Lake Region and a copy of an- during the boom period;'.and 4

L can giv in the way of local and telegraph were.removed and then installed in counties would." The commissioners hotel one day last week would Indicate one other paper published down state in per cent to too much credit. .

news. Kissimmee another department of the appropriated one thousand a town of less population than -- ,.,
and Osceola same serv dollars. that there Is EUItis. A
ice. ample room for measuring instrument for tan
The -
,& County are growing question is unanswered The city of Kissimmee appropriated tachlng to
rapidly and are yet. both-even with the additions He was sent an 8-page automobile by which ;
f con- edition
V J \V entitled to the best in the $200 toward the expenses of an extra the Lake of the linear
4 newspaper President Coolidge seems templated. Some provision must be Region, the usual weekly various measurement of tl.ld.4a' I

:'tL.: V )t :;:'. ''brine line and about our this combined desired result efforts will complacent in letting somebody, elie man.Mr.. Gunn took the county's exhibit her made for the greatly increased num- edition Daily :Lake and Region.a 4-page copy of the can be easily crops bordering and quickly on made highway baa '; ,

; do his housecleanlng. Most husband's to New I o( tourists who will Florida. From the other been devised by the' United ,
1 York. town States
It he
r With
; _, the best of was highly i received a ,/
: railway faclliite compli
Ii'Vt' Uke ,to be off duty when, that job is mented. It made next season, and the increased num 24-page edition,)of the local department of agriculture.: SuccessW -'
: .* 'fj water transportation with the aofnatin about a great showing for ber who will visit Klnilmme", per. newspa- experlmen hare been made with
time on !
account -
this .
a .: Osceola the
V < _';1 V year. county. It was the smallest of the completion of the 1s- I His reply to the broker: "I am not a Instrument, which will be uaed' In'' iJ

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Ion. --Allison'T. Stench '" SPECIAL MISSIONARY' 8fTN.- j. ; nX-Of-iA : :.
) ,' former *dltor. +" .
: has alto retired leaving Mr. Neel ;DAY; CHRISra CHURCrBfr
with ,the editorial 1 ".., -
both and business ; itur tl
management, iMr.. Harris has been Sunday, March 9 will be the.reg-
connected; with The Gasette for 28. lar. monthly Missionary Sunday atChriit'sChurch [ '
:yearsFlorida Publisher. corner of Brack and 'LYLESVSTOQY&CO',
Oak'atreeta.wlth &interesting and appropriate
WILSON A "TOOMEK FERTILIZERS services in the morning at

SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD. leven! o'clock and at night-'at' 7:30
,. _ d__ __. _ ._ _ .dL Get measured fOf" new spring' In all probability a' few '-of the
-- . suit today. 'Your' choice for "J25.00. ,oong prospective, missionaries will

t Eat at Dupont';. Cafe.' if jlF. Monday. The young people wore en- McCAULKY'S SHOE STORE. have something say wl eh-- will be '
t route home, after a short visit with of considerable Interest not only to
.. L. 'Dakin bf Scranton Paw Is anil relatives. ,in ,Tampa.' S. J. TrI ll1tt, formerly ,editor of 'ounir*people'' in general but helpful I SPECIALS'I2Oo'Turkish ,.
visitor : I The Gazette, came in Monday to welcome In:more than, to listnerj
interested InJClsslmmee! 1 A'beautlfuf"basket filled with exquisite the new Management. "Trip" ways-. one every. -

Mr. and Mrs..W. .fl.'Makinson were. roses and lilies were placed in has retired from active work and The church alms to be thoroughlymissionary r
I in Winter .Park. Tuesday, tne Methodist church last Sunday by spend all his time) promoting the in* in spirit and the present
Walter and Helen Bass as a memorial teresta of Narcoossee, where he has minister thinks that an excellent, beginning ',
Fresh pork sausage: the best 'In the -tribute,to their laihr, who passed a beautiful home.' He has decided to has been made and, that Towels worth 25' to 30c ,1
\ \
world at, Bohannon' Ideal Grocery, beyond a. year.ago.' build a paved road from his section to eventually as-- much as Is now set S
I every'Friday and Saturday. connect with simitar road in ,Orange aside, for local work will be forthcoming each., We are going to; sell them,, 6 for a.
Magnolia Park,, lots ate selling fast. county-and he has the reputation in hurrying the 1 the II'
WILSON A TOOMER FERTILIzERS Call at the of flee. Car'waiting to of never tackling anything be last man. This it is said goe teethe aimor : \
SOLD BY."It'C. STANFORD.. show you this beautiful addition. Ask can't finish. He is a booster and should be the elm of every church I 6.Ca'kes. lOc Cashmere 'Boquet
about the FREE BUNGALOW. Boyer builder and The Gazette will back .in the movement which ii intended tobe S50cVisit '
to Several Orlando of Wednesday our young night people to enjoyAl went ft T.tum..State Bank Bldg. tf him to the limit. I thoroughly Missionary Soap, for . ... .'. .t. .'. . ." . .'. '' .... . .,..

G. Field's mtnistrek. Mrs. Max Croxton and sister Virginia The Broadway Pharmacy" another I -

h"U.old spent a few days last week at ; new advertiser in this week's Gatette. EVENING SONG SERVICEAT Our Shoe Department ,
D. G. McKay the Hyatt Lakeport, where they were guests of This is one of the largest and PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH +t t

property' on Main street to C. W. their parents making the trip by au- best equipped drug stores in this section At8 the Presbyterian church Sunday We have a complete stock of'shoes of all kinds. Our
iJocths.; ______ 1 to via Sebring. 'They report a. most of the state, and the manager, evening will be given the following ,
missed enjoyable time. John Schmidt, is a registered pharmacist service by the Presbyterian '
song prices
Miss Nellie Best was greatly save you money. :
!in the school lunch room this week. Mrs. Walter Newberry and qualified to give all prescriptions choir assisted by Joe :
spent a
entrusted to him the care Blessing
Her illness enforced a teat cure. week with and Mrs. W. II. Anthem-Front of Every '
Pinedale.Mj.' Mrs. .Newberry Jonesof and 'attention necessary to fill them ........___..____..R. S. Lorenz ,GIRLS Grey Sandals the newesti All
leftTuesday Yie..
morn and the very
Bom: This g, to Mr. and correctly as physician orders. Soprano Solo....._Miss Alice Parker
Mrs. Samuel Kallenbaugh a, daugh visit her for Miami Earle, where she will The fountain, under the direct supervision Bass Solo_______.........Joe Stump Leather and Leather lined.
son,. Prichard who is of Allen Stockdale, .serves all Soprano Solo------Met Dreich $3.5'0

ter. spending' the. winter- -there., the popular drinks in demand. Quartette, Jesus I Have Prom-. Pair .M.' .' ... " .;' .'.., ,'a .

If you .cant'get,what you want at Mr.. and Mrs. P. P. McGraw, of The teacher and the ised ...___...rf.i, ,__*Carrle Adams '
other place come to us. we haveit. officers of .________ tMrs.
any Orlando were guests of Mr and Mrs. Soprano JoePhipps:
-* Baraca Class of the First Baptist Men's Dress Shirts 14 to 17 without \
Bohannon's.Ideal +grocery II. A. Neel Sunday. Mac ii 'an expert church met this week in the office of Alto _J------------a---U.! ;. _MrsBofce $3 O'Collar

Mrs: Lillian Sims of Orlando Is Linotype operator ''On the ReporterStar Jim Johnston; in regular business session. Tenor J. Burrows ; each .. ;.. .. '.V' .
visiting her', sister, Mrs. Leslie and came down to give Kissim Plans were formulated for Bass Anthem..-__Beneath___:_____the__.Cross___Joe of Stump .
mee once
Squires.Mr. doubling the attendance upon tho Jesus _______________E. S. Loren '
class, and' a social fete was plannedfor We have in stock about 300 7c Tablets to cl5
Misses Will
Almena Leitner Soprano Solo------Mrs. Barber : '
and"In.. I.. E., Fenn entertained AugustaWinn ;
next week. Under the leadershipof .
in their home over the week-end, Helen Bass and Fod.9ieNeill R. G. Stan(I old and Sam Lupfer Alto Solo-.-:.-.Miss Pearl Holloway close out for, each_. . ., .., .,'... . .
formed Anthem Love and Praise______ .
a congenial little party which '
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Smith of Miami motored to Orlando Monday night to Jr. the class has steadily grown since _______?____._____I* O. Emerson 1

Mrs. Jacob Savage, of Atlanta G.,. enjoy the play, The Hunch Back. of its organization a few weeks.ago. Tenor Solo....__._____U. J. Burrows Suit Cases$2.00 $2.25 $3.00 $3.50 $5.00 and $6.66
arrived yesterday to visit her sister. Notre Dame. Next Sunday Is day to"start off Alto, Solo_______________ Mrs. Boice ,. .., -.

Mrs. R. G. Minick, for several weks. Prices the with a new straw hat, new shoes, neworing Anthem-In Loud Exalted Strains ,
reasonable and
styles -------------------R. M. Stults
suits that will and
please ,
I have the agency' for Singer Sewing newest STORED at. McCAULEY'S.- SHOE* (the !prices are very Full Choir. :
!! Machines in Osceola County. C. McCAULEY'S SHOE STORE. *
N Fielding. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Duncan, former
Lyles V. Story Is offering some ,
Come out In a new straw hat next residents of Kissimmee but now liv- real bargiins in his ad this week andit i am still prepared to furnish my ,
!Punday.' snappy styles at ing In their old home at Dover* werein will reader to carefullyread .ustomers with 120 veneer blot,. '
NeweatI STORE.Ir" Kissimmee Sunday and Monday it.pav Thii!every!j a Lig store handling I 15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch 20-22 Broadway
greeting their many friends and at- only the best lines of merchandise I. blocks, $2.95. Split for stove-wood,
:\ . Wade Tucker left for Lakeland tending to business. and should receive the whole-hearted : guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for SHOES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
yesterday to spend some time ---- support. of the people of this section. $::1.35; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your
Miss Lola Lawler is remaining iuLakeland.
with. the Lawler family. winter's supply now. All delivered.
Many friends will regret The prices are before you and yyu .
-- Phone 91. J. Bonin. 48-tf f' a
who the death her Dr. S. W. can make your selections! from the .
:Mr.' and Mrs. J. E. Treat rent of father -- ----'-'--- - -" '-

, !y purchased'!( the Prevail home at Lawler, who preached here many each advertisement article will and cost know just what BAPTISTS MEET IN ORLANDOThe gram being prepared for the Institute ,
,o1! Mabbette street have moved in, years ago and who was greatly -- jou. i but the getting together of the -
411, now at home to their friends. beloved here and throughout. Florid. The following! sermons on the good women interested, and workingIn
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the Method. church on Sunday ev- Ocala District Institute, which the great cause of missions.
Young Mrs. R. Miller husband
J. Tucker. Mm.! Lucy George whose -
:Mr en- died weeks in North Christian Life will he delivered at includes all the following associations The Orlando Baptists of the First ri
Faber S. Benjamin were some ago
101 Mrs. .
., Thursday afternoon by Mrs.I Kissimmee, writes to friends here enines at 7:30 o'clock. They are : Wekiwa Indian River St Church and( also North Park Church
rtumcd Tucker. from her home in Novinger, Mo. ex- practical evangelistic; and inspiring.You Johns, Alachua, and Seminole will are preparing for a great number .oft fit
.1 I her thanks for the are cordially !invited to hear meet on March 25 ath the First Bap- messengers. "H
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILI- kindnesses pressing shown her by local people many them: March 9 "What It Means to I. O. O. F tist church, Orlando, for one day and i The members of the society of the "

'/}:its SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD. during the illness and death of her be a Christian;" March 16. "What I Osceola Lodge No. 74, I. O. O. F. night. First Church of Kissimmee arc urgedto
husband.A Must Do to be a Christian:" March meets.. every Friday evening at Fraternity Representatives from each of the be present. w
Christian Missionary Society will 23. "Whv I Am N<.t a Christian;" Hall. missionary societies of these five associations The delegates will .be entertained 4
meet with Mrs. S. B. Aultman this business! man from Sanfo.d Inspected March 30, "Why I Am a Christian." G. II. Hammack______..Noble Grand are expected to be present and lunch will be served at the church. 3
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everyone cor- MAGNOLIA PARK AUDI Where Methodist church. When Milton Pledger __________ Secretary and receive much pleasure and benefit The program in full will appear in

dially Invited to these meetings. TION last week Selected:) 12 lots for ftandav night on the above dates. : Visiting t Brothers are .Welcome.** j.At from not only the splendid pro- the papers'.soon.. ,' " ; ,:.e ". .
- an investment.. Beautiful lots. Only Our church will play every night. "
*\d'r. and Mrs. R. S. Holly and handsome $10', $5 per month. No taxes, Special vocal onl! Let.', ._. ..
litte son Jack, passed through no interest. Boyer & Tatum, State Gol! Men's Chorus.
KiHsimmee Monday en route to fcHe-
Bank Bldg. tf .
| ton where they will visit relatives. WILSON! &: TOOMER FERTILIZERS '
of the Mr.. Clara Tucker had as her house SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD.The : ,'- >
GenialBob" Knight, guests Dr. and Mrs. Robert Bishop, ;
Knight Bros. Paper Company of a former pastor of Lansing, Mich. Graystone Hotel, one of the
Jacksonville was an appreciated visitor Dr. and Mis. Bishop spent a few days neatest. and best equipped hostelriesin O W ,
at The Gazette-office yesterday at Daytona in company with Mr. and the state has an ad in this issueof iii0u

California Iceberg- lettuce. just re- Mrs. GrgeClay at Grand Rapids, The Gazette. While it is possible
ceived at Bohannon's Ideal Grocery.. Mich., who are, wintering. at Orlando. that this advertisement may not bring, R
the results that rome other lines ol
BornJ To Mr..and Mrs. W. G. Han. The'Cor er Dry Goods ,store is receiving business1enjoy.,' Mm. B. Baird the. "' ...1/ .;01-.' ,
new stock dally and will soon ', " "
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on February 24, a son, who has proprietress, is determined to do' her \ 4.! f'f1' .
been christened Robert Bruce. be in position ,to fill your every re- full share to briny prosperity to Kis- ; .IIJiiJ .
R : quirement. Everything that's new is simrneeand in thus aiding The''Gazette ... >> .
Mrs. T. R. Moseley received word bang placed on display and Sam ia "in Ita.efl'orts. to start things " \

this week of the death of her father making mighty attractive prices. A moving here. It is to be sincerely ,, r .
George; II. Klmbrough. whose h>me visit will convince you that this Is a hoped that all our people will follow : J

was in Scooba, Mississippi. good place to trade. Try it once, her example.The 1.o.'t.' :!.. f ':.
anyway.Mr. .itt-. .r ,
Miss Evelyn Elam spent over tho Osceola Hardware Company, :
Sunday with her father in Tampa and and Mrs. J. A. Awood of Grand I one of the eldest and strongest mercantile :
enjoyed the AI Field minstrel pro- Rapids, Mich., have been spendingsome establishments! in this section H. me4I
gram. Saturday night. time at the home of Mr. Clara of the state has an ad In this issue of 0 .
I Tucker. They will spend some time Th Gazette inviting your patronage.
I Western pork spare ribs. the best ,at St. Augustine on their return to Thii company carries an immense
you ever tasted every Friday and .the north. Mr. Attwood is a promInent stock of eveythinsr usually fourd in;t 4r P
Saturday, at Bohannon' Ideal Gro-. attorney of Grand Rapids. the) best class of hardware and implement H

| : Watch and clock repairing done at stores, and there is absolu- '
eery.Mrs. and little : tely no need for sending out of town
E. C. Dusanbury C. N. Fielding's Furniture Store. ij
for in their line their
son. Edwin left Monday for Avon anything as '. .
I reasonable and service
Park where Mr. Dusenbury is en- The regular memoeetng of the Orlando prices are ex
gaged In business. Art Association will be held} Sat cellent. Call on them.

urday March 8, at 3 p. m., in the f ff f
S. B. Aultman if at Green Springs Albertson Library. A full attendance Wanted:: 100 men and woirei to I
:for a few days' rest and to avail himself is recuisted and members are asked come,to the office of Coyer sir: Tatum, .
of te euratLve properties of. the to bring some; interesting, current State Bank building, and ask about"" -v1'- rye+,r .
water there. notes on art. the BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW to be M .t
given away absoluly free. tf ,
.. Kathryn Wyckoff and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Treat, of - .
Ann Shockley attended the A. G. Melbourne, returned to their home George K. Dayson, proprietor ofDayson citizen.'I

Field's entertainment in Lakeland, S.turday.t, after a week's visit i Hotel and Cafe has turne:! -The desire to own a home is the instinct of every good
leaf and grabbed a seat
Wednesday night with the former's parents, 'Mr. and over a new S
Mrs. ;J. E. Treat, at 609 Mabbette on the band wagon with a big ad in '
The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular street. Mr. end Mrs. Treat plan to this week's Gazette telling the whole -President Harding advocated home ownership and himself owned a .

[. business meeting next Friday return to Kissimmee in tha near future wide world that he serves the beat home in Marion, Ohio, for many years. '
afternoon but will set aside its pro- and will make Kissimmee their Sunday chicken dinner possible. The y\l

gram because of the Chautauqua. permanent home. Gazette statement can and back truthfully George say up that in that the -One. of Woodrow Wilson's first decisions, as the day of his retirement z't

Classical and ballet, dancing' class Phipps Bros. Garage on Emmett Baron Hotel is one of the coziest, drew near, was to buy a home in Washington, D. C. "
every Saturday afternoon at S o'clockat street, is now the agency for that most home-like places we have ever
Japanese Garden. !ofn: Russell 'J.Crum. good Gulf gasoline,. and there's always visited. Take Mary and the kids -Follow the example of these American citizens. Build a home or pur- "

teacher.. a man at the curb to serve you. there Sunday-or any other day-
of Another thing about these boys is and treat them to a real dinner. When chase a home already constructed. ,,", ,
Misses Nannle and Iris Finley' that. you get an absolutely square that new.$76,000 addition to the Day- .
Sabinal' Texas, -pleasantly IocaGed deal! In every business transaction. son Is completed George will have GREATEST BARGAINS ON THE MARKETSee
for the season with ,Mr. and Mrs. Read their ad in this issue of The plenty of room to show what he really .
W. H. Farmer on Mitchell street. and call them when in ao and will do his full shareof -
Gazette on, can our Magnolia Park Addition and ask about the Free Bungalow.Good .
The Study Class of'the 'Methodist need of anything in their line. putting Klssimmce on the map.

Missionary Society 'will meet in the WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZERS WILSON &: TOOMER FERTILIZERS 5-room house and dandy lot, only $650 cash. '

Bungalow ,Monday afternoon, withUra SOLD BY U. C. STANFORD.Mr. SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD 'vk
,,Lewis Q'Bryan, leader. -Splendid rooming house-always full-10 rooms, 7 rooms .well furnished. i-
Bola r' and Mrs..; Marlon Boyd expectto The Gazette was favored Monday Close in location worth the Terms. .
Cason ()f La Croise, ar leave this evening for Kissimmee, with a visit from Mr. C. N. McMullen ; price.

hv she'Kisslmmee'will spend i 'Friday some time evening withheprelatives the where future.they will They make have their been home living In''' Cloud, who but is who now also s owns. considera- -Best cow in the county-good five-room house and splendid little farm, ." i)

8. Cason, andtamUy. here for some time 'and have. made a ble property in different sections of all I}. in crop, just outside the city limits. $2850. Terms. ,
Miss :EthelSimmonds: of Cleveland, host of friends_who are sorry to.have Florida. Mr. MeMullen I. interested .
Oho,]arrived'in Kissimmee Wednesday , them leave but) who hope that! they in Colorado ownIng'a large ranch in
to- remain' indefinitely with, hergrandparents will like;home. -Plant:City. the southern part of that state, where Ranehe. '"Watch Kissimmee Grow" .Homes ... !
Courier. the writer (lived for 35 .years. We \
Mr .nd'tn. W.. H.'Porter. r
f .______ had ,a moat interesting visit. We also EaehanCH' Groves ,
,. Mr.. and Mrs. W.A.-,Baird.o* To : had the pleasure of meeting >for .'TImber-Trada :'"
City' Lot
Dr....A.,Simmons and wile have TontoCanada/ have been spending the first'time Mr.' J. M. Smith of St. a- -"nsImproved' .-v '...':4 *
been,visiting Mr. and MrS.,L.,H.1..Ingram some. tine at the hone of,Mrs.' J.';J. Cloud,. whose handsome "mug'ladorns Farms BOYER' REALTYi5ibiyiPANy J. ; )I D.r Te;tend a"\ z y
:this] week. ,Dr. Simmons, 'who Tucker, Mr, Baird is a prominent attorney a page'of this issue of The Gazette; .. ; "
is prominent' physician,,off, Miami in Toronto and Is also an ex- Mr. Smith is a eandld.te,for the of ,Homes'per,.Rent -'" v. t'.t.tiniorn.; .,Property : ,
is'Mrs; Ingram's brother. 't[ .' alderman and ex-mayor ef that Canadian flee"of sheriff of Osceola county and :
\,1 \ ,city.::'' Both Mr. and 'Mrs",Baird declare. he will win In a walk \if hi, Colonization Lands, :'" Strawberry ,Gardens \
Wei an )eadquan.n'toraltkiDd.:: are d.lightedwith. this.section of the. has anything to 'say about Jit ...-r and .1'0 'C I IIt' .,
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of ehee.... If you dont-see,the kind state.' --"'ftA.1"' ** '. '.,11/.,r.7* \ ,", from}ail reports he has a big.bunchOf ... J i '... M V. ''BOYER '
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nona..Ideal, rgcery..... W. +- t. H. A. Neel'who' disposed of hls to. ... -- ...
terest in the Sanford Herald.some .. Job'\.DepnttmentIcius! ,tarn .., -. .STATE' BANKvBUILDimii : f aerr' .
&berl\vt."Shlpp: accompanied.:by months ago has purchased the Interest ..r.,w c a ',' '* >t .. +..,.- ..**- ._ >v _.,_ -....' - 'A .
his sister -Velma of .Sanford\ ,' were of.W. B. Harris in The KissimmeeGazette ,eat any .kind:.of'joir,: printing'you! .,,de+
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Editor _____*_..... Park Doughten game with Saint Pete. It l I. going; to in what way to bring up a family; In F. & A. M. . : " DEATH RATE
'AulsUnt Editor......Eleanor Rosen be a close fight from start to finish, what way to behave as a citizen; in Meets First and Third Monday Evenings '
,: J'' .; REPORTERS and whether we win depends largely what way to utilize all those sourcesof each month. Fraternity Ha.I I. '
; Ninth Grade ._. Jo Tucker upon the spirit in which those girlsgo happiness which nature supplies- J. L. Overstreet..Worshipful MasterW. '
Tenth Grade _...Kathedne Denning out on the court. And that spirit how to use aljl! our, faculties to the L; Bullock: ____,--..-..Secretary -
,. Eleventh Gr d._;_ Louise Edminson depends upon ,the rooters 1 If the greatest advantage both to ourselves Members requested to be present and 501Out
f.I j)(( I Twelfth Grade......_.Madge River high school' will ahow.up with a good and to others--how to live completely Visiting Brothers welcome.
; Music Dept............Eunico Klver two-thirds majority, send the team And this being the great thing
s l; out with some hearty yells, and yell needful for us to learn is, by consequence _
O.. H. S. WINS ANOTHER for all they are worth during the the great thing which education ,
VICTORY SCORE 14-13 game, our girls will surely come out has to teach. To prepare us for
:1 on top. So let's all be out for that complete living is the function which
., The Klssimmee girls showed their game, and make the girls win. I(I education has to discharge: and the X
I punk Saturday afternoon by defeat I[only rational mode of judging of an
I .I' Jng the St. Petersburg girls'in a good Breathes there a pupil, with spirit so educational course, is to judge irtI .
: ", game of basketball. The game was dead, ,i I what degree it discharges such func- I'I'i
,a tl well fought from start to finish, but Who never to himself hath said, tion.
'. Kissimmee had the lead on the visitora 'Good luck, my school athletic team?'
; \ : except In,the _third part when St. If such there breathes, go mark him Don't fail to come and see "Clar s1s
+ t Pete did most 01 ncr scoring: AI onetime well; I O.E.S.
: .. the score was 9-13 in favor of In him no rooters' raptures swell; once Friday night. March 21. Thisis for Kissimmee Chapter No 62, Order r
f Kisshnmeo, then St. Petersburg ev- Smooth though his dancing, proud being given to secure money
I Junior-Senior which Eastern Star, meejts Second and
the we
s I .9. idently heard the score, for they began his name, j
I \ hope to make the best ever given. A I Fourth Thursday evenings at Fraternity -
to pick the score 12- friends wish .
t up making as canclaim lIall
\ ; 13. Then as luck will happen St. I alight change has been made in the Mrs. M. Katz. __ _Worthy Matron of Every 1OO Chicks
cast, and the new one is as follows: -- --
I. : l' Pete made a foul, which gave Kis Despite of ,all this, if spirit he lacks I Clarence-An ex-soldier, who finds Miss Elizabeth 'Donegan.._Secretary
.t simmee a free shot, making: the score To come out to the games, his own Members to be
are requested
; himself the center of a confused family present Hatched 50 Die
r t' 1 ', 14-13 just as the whistle blew for team back, (I and visitors invited.
I ; ,V> jj'i the irame to come to a close, St. Petersburg lie is-not the fair student his talents circle: Milton Graham.: I: cordially
; t, looked very sad as. they left doth claim I I I Mr. Wheeler A successful business Out of 100 Chi'cksstarted
I : F'' the court, for this is the only game Though his wit be the sharpest, and man who cannot manage his i every
they have lost this Kissimmee his family, F. S. Ledbetter.Mrs. -
year. popularity, name.FRESHMAN STOP COUGHING on Purina Chick
r has just as good a record as St. Pete Wheeler-His jealous wife, '
't\ has, for they also have lost only one NOTES Ellanor Overstreet. Coughs cause, feverish conditions, '
Startena 95 live and :
j \:, game to Hillsborough. The line-up I Bobbie Wheeler-Their son, who tbroat and lung utralu and lead to PUTgNASTAftffflA
1 was as follows: Monday afternoon the Seniors has been "fired" from another boarding pneumonia and serious nicknega. Th
'. trounced of 5. David sooner you quit coughing the quicker grow.
Forwards: Mary Kritz, Elizabeth us by a score ;37 to school Bronson.
will better and have I
you a >f'lIerDIht's
i i Moseley guards, Mary Sanderson. Veil, no wonder. Dick Bandy, our Cora Wheeler-His everpresentsister rent. Leonardos Cough Syrup i
{ ;II 1 Vivian Floyd; running center, Kath- captain, was in bed all day Monday Eleanor Rosen. (Crcosottd) eases and soothe In. Don run any risk with """"_
erine Moseley; jumping center, Edith with a fever and basketball is no Miss Pinney-Cora's governess, flamed, raw throats, raises the phlegm ..... r
) McLean; substitutes, Doorth game to play while you are sick. But Eunice Rivers. without. racking or straining, protect your baby chicks. We i lock, Madge Rivers, Eunice livers, in spite of his being sick, Dick shot Mr. Stemn-A. persistent widower the lungs, mid rcmovrn the cause of
i Irene Spence. our only field goal and one foul, which Fred Lupfer. the trouble. Be warned by the first have a fresh shipment of
: '. Kissimmee will play her last game made our total three points. We are Mrs. M.artyn-lofr. Wheeler's confidential cough. Oet a bottle of Leonardi's

f. this season, with liififtborough, herod still grieving over our loss secretary. Rebekah Miller druggist.Cough Syrup fine_ (Creosoted roe; cougar) from.,, ct your,.an. Purina Chick Startena. .
: Saturday! afternoon at o'clock. AliI Coash this I Dinwiddu-The butler, Clyde Har grippe, croup, whooping vougb duel
: "Why are taking
tnose wno wish to see another good you ris. bronchitis. Pleasant, kale and aarx.
game, come out and see us play. course, Mr. Graham l' Dellia-The Irish .maid, Lucille
I Milton: "Er, well, because" I am Griffin.
Sl l Where was the high school while very fond of the subject. It gives me '
I the basketball game with St. Pete a new insight into the problems' SENIOR NOTES She Refused Him Florida Feed Stores
was going on last Saturday after- which-er--I m called upon to meet
noon? Why were not they there In every day life. It has been an inspiration Sad to say we fear that certain
I rooting TOut ef all the high school to me." senior boys are setting a bad example -- 306 BROADWAY
less than. a dozen boys and about as I Coach: "Very good. Now, Mr. for the lower classes. News has "I was! engaged to the prettiest lit.
many girls showed up. Had it not i Reap, you tell one." leaked out that two of the Senior tie doll in Indiana, but my stomach t
I been for these few rooters the girls' and liver trouble had made hoj TELEPIIONE
J. SAY IT WITH VEGETABLES boys were "hauled up to court" at me I US YOUR NEEDS
team, without a song or yell of encouragement Lake Wales the other night When j grouchy that she broke it off. I triad
would hale had to step Buster to Marion: "Do you carrot questioned about the matter the boys all kinds of medicine and doctors and
CALL UP No. 218
out on the court to play one of the .for me''" My heart beets for you, ({I solemnly affirm that this is true butit Slot no lelipf. The gas blew me up, (TWO-ONE-EIGIH) I
hardest games of the Ilea son. Is six- I with your cherry lips and peach complexion ,' still remains n dark secret why J like a porcupine and -I I had awful colv .
v i of the or seventeen tickets the extent radish hair and turnip nose. I I they had to go to court. attacks. Finally I heard of Mayr's
high school' loyalty? love soft People, keep and Wonderful Remedy and it ban -
These My is as as a squash and asRtroTifr your eyes open certainly
i girls and Coach Bowen have n" an onion. If we mntnulope, watch the Seniors in the mt<.r.clasbasketliall < fixed! me up fine I am n.w as
tl, rpont one to two hours of every day let us marry. We'd make a fine pear. games. The tournamenthad good as e\cr" It i n a simple, harm
preparing for games with the best to 1 be, after the liN1- ,,
postponed tint I>preparation thin' remo\o the
teams on the state in order hat( Kissimmee : (How to- ivThatis'h! ; essential( game on account of the mu'ldv condition cattarihal mucus from the intc'tn nl I
I I j' Is this might see some real paniei, question for us. Not how to live in of the court, but it will be reMirmd tract and alla> s the inflanimnti't
? 1. t' the support and loyalty the more material sense only I but in omo time his week. I which causes practically oil stomach,
they can expect from the :.the: '
high widest) sense. The general] proli-I WANTEDA
school ? I liver and intestinal ailments, including I
Now | lem, which comprehends every spec--I, Fred I.upfer"I: 1 shall never marry ; appendicitis. One dose will
the (
I': :( the return Kissimmee girls: will play ial problem, is the right ruling of until I meet a woman who is my direct vince or money refunded. J, /. 'on-I
game Tampa the conduct
on ]i j in all directions under all cir- opposite."
; home court erson, and druggists everywhere.
," March Saturday afternoon, cumstances. In what way to treat tH) j Joanna: (delightfully) "Oh there i
{ 8. This game is going to be : body: in what way to treat the mind; are a number of intelligent girls in I
yr", just as good if not better, than the
o in what way to manage our affairs; this school Probably A
I __ __ _I no mo ein the army has Housekeeper, two room-maids
- I proven more popular than the appointing ,
: ( THE GAZETTEJ ; of a clemency board to review -
f THAT CLASSY I. the cases of the soldiers who two waiters or waitresses. Apply

i fr LETTER HEAD, OR OTHER STATIONERY, FOR YOU. CALL PHONE No. 11 have been in prison since the war for
t offenses committed while in !the war.

t a; ._ - --- ------------ The pardon of I W. W. slackers sometime Runnymede Lodge three miles
, o<:zr:>: OO<) <:cz:: >o(><: o: oo4aG7(1: ( this ago investigation stirred up and the demand the crime for

charged against the country's soldiers east of St. Cloud Florida.
will have to be shown as heinous, if ,
they are kept. in confinement
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{ ;;; if- -For the patronage enjoyed at the B. G. Ken- Iiif

;t ., tucky Filling Station on Main Street, I take this op-

I..<; portunity to announce that I hive purchased the 1.1! I

Corner Grocery and invite you to come and inspect 1

the stock of Fancy Groceries and Vegetables. ,L'i i H Ht

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To show
you my appreciation for your patronage -

frvli1 ''ca at the filling station I )t! I
{, am going to give free, to ; ...rrs.r .r
J 14 my many customers, a t f

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as t; t ; 40c JAR OF PALM BRAND HONEY The Ford Motor Company making the body readily adaptable
\ announce: the production oJ. for general
uee. Screen aid*, and
Weath new all-eteel body and: ateel end door may easily be inataOed.
Ff .r '.' with every $3.00 worth of groceries you buy during l tM famoUs Ford onetrdvog OD Thi. new body built of '

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low price of $490. up moat eevere ueage.

4 Loading apace i. four feetby
Steel flare board. and end gate even feet two inchee

4. WA / Come to the Corner Grocery during these two I Make with. aocketa and high permit the use of The weether-proof. cab ie

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days and I will prove that bargains are here in the mountingof .s. S aGrlat9.fYsa ale
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. ;j. M. SMITH' ; CANDIDATE 'FOR" SHERIFF" ,I best .of n., 'that 'it 'behoores, wi to 1, r ,. "At 'AU ';f \\, "". ... t

unite with a determined purpose, to I .HINTS' -TO.'UOUSEWIVES. -' , 9w
lift up and help.tho unfortunate to a -
place of living here there will be Weeily from Home Demonstration .'

.. real pe ace and enjoyment, and that Specialist. Tallahaaee '.,.;
w4 Condition will surely exist when we
begin i to study the interest and' welfare Home';, Made Ruga
of those about us, for we''bare The home-made rug is a good sol.
the great..truth:' "It Is more blessed utlon of the problem of.diminishing ;. and they're
to give than ,to 'receive" to bear us the rag bagi and provides an inexpensive '
out 1n this. and
.a attractive home furnlshng. -
i"y tt+s 9 We only need to ,.view Christianityand *
behold its wonderful progress and dutiable material i foe tide purpose r

+ outreaching influence for the .better Include: cotton wool, silk,. cotton and ,
r. ment of mankind to convince us of a wool mixtures'
possibility of a "Free From Crime Subdued colon used. A 7.'r
League* should it be organized and color scheme In a room can be made
entered Into 'with the earnestness and complete with the correct use of the
tl lineerity of purpose as was character. home-made rug.. Rag should be dyed .
ized in John Wesley, or any other so that the colors will harmonize: and ., Grandad's right. Pot the better part of a
party that has been inspired to do or be of suitable hue.. ', century Heckers Buckwheat:' ha*' been't ,
dare for the good of their country. Straight line design are'the best in '
They all have had their beginning in he.home-made rOg.! Correct I propor. favorite. It: make delicious, light pancakes -1

a small way, and surely, none are ion, spacing and.balance are the very with the real,'old-time.buckwheat
more important a From important feature flavor. for the when mixed ?
Vtt' Ready griddle
rime.League," embodying the enforcement Important points in workmanshipare
of laws and abolishment of : 1. Materials used must be of with water or milk. .... ayV
graft.This same quality and weight; 2. Strips
organization could be ompos.ed must be cut evenly; 3. Joinings must
Y of mankind regardless of color, be smooth; 4. Raw edges mustbe "
age, sex or, religious views. Thereare turned in; 5. Work'with rug flat on a Cream 1Jcge4'BUCKWHEAT
fey a lot of fraternities which admit table to avoid cupping; 6. Press into J
just a certain class, and they striveto shape after It is finished; 7. ''Dampen, N
help their members in a way, but I tack to floor in shape, cover with several floor ,
with all these separate and peculiar : layers of paper, place on top and
societies, is mankind being more close rug will dry in perfect shape. --4 I
,t 'I ly united and adhering to the golden Braided Rugs : V
,4 rule principles or not? Tear materials into' two or three. '
t td It is certainly damaging to a com- Inch strips,cut end diagonally, overlap I GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS / 'A:i ,
munity and state to have its newspapers and sew. Heavy cloth is cut two
continually announcing thefts, inches wide, folded in the middle and "_ _ __ _ .00 __ y__ ___ __ 1\
raids and gambling houses, and the pressed raw edges folded under as its I
open disregard for the uplift and bet braided.Cotton .
terment of its citizens. So then, it or light cloth is cut three inches
should behoove all those who desireto wider press edges in, then press, THE GRAYSTONEti
live and enjoy the peace and com fold in middle and raw edges are hid.
forts of"this land to unite with the den. Folded edges may be blind-
determined aim to abolish crime, and stitched together. Rugs may be \
raise those! unfortunate and criminally braided with three, four or six
inclined neighbors of ours! to a strands. Roll strips into balls accord- INVITES--
higher and nobler aim; by helping\ ing to number of strands used and '4'
them we strengthen our League, and separate balls for different colors to I
... -.. in a very short while its good!- and be t introduced. Leave an end of about
wholesome influence will be felt two feet with which to work and pin YOUKissimmee's .
V throughout our land. where it Joins the ball, keep unpinned '.,
APPRECIATION This is not a plan whereby you as material is used. .
will be embarrassed with the too oft- Fasten ends of strands securely toa
Since my announcement I some weeks ago for the office of Sheriff I en begging system, for it is possibleto table for braiding. Turn each
have met with many encouragement- from unexpected sources. I unite for the purpose of making a strand over flat. When several yardsare <-- 44.869.84.
take this method of thanking you all personally for the expressions of big success of this league without the braided, begin sewing. Sew on
friendship and wishes for my success. I shall appreciate every effort madein usual expense that is incurred by the wrong side with linen or carpet
my behalf during the campaign- If elected Sheriff of Osccola countyI lodges and churches throughout our thread. Braid loose enough on the .
I shall endeavor to perform faithfully every duty pertaining to the office country. The tenets of a "Free From curves so that rug will lie flat. Avoid /
and conduct the business of the office in such a manner -that no supporter Crime League" should be so high and ripples on straight edges. Leading Hotel '
all have reason to regret the action taken I am, noble, that a committee<< should work Oval rugs are made on the same
Very truly yours, UD and present a set of rules, etc., so principle as round rugea--except that '
Political, Advertisement) J. M. SMITH. simple that nil cat} readily understand instead of starting with coil, stripsare ) Opposite Band Stand *

_. and the purpose so appealing" : sewed straight for about a thirdth I I '
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to each of us that we will be glad: to' length of the finished rug. II I '
\ KHKK: FROM CHIMKLEAGUE : 'of the welfare of our fellowmen, and lend our efforts" to its promotion. Hooked Rug ,
ADVOt'ATK1): the uplift of the community in whichwe JOHN M. EARNEST. Make a frame of four light wood I
.- are permitted to live und enjoy Ml. Rainier, Md.STUDEBAKER. strips. Tack strips of ticking or other i
the blessings of God Am I Modern H.OOIllSvith or "
my - -- - heavy cloth to inner edge of frame.
Will you help us organize" "FreeI. brother's keeper? Yes, I should he CAR Burlap is used for the foundation. jI I .,
,I. (, ? to the extent of and i
1111\ therefore encouraging Cut burlap several inches wider and ji
"I.ft us, como boldly un- helping to build up hut dignity and SETS FOUR RECORDS longer than the finished rug is to be. i without Bath
t the t throne of grace, that we may respect which enable us to enjoy the Turn in edge to give double thickness: .
.utain. mercy, and find grace to help peace and love that characterizes the IN AFRICAN TRIP fasten securely to cloth on inside of I
i time of need." ( Ileb. 4-16.) (true child of God. Contrast, if you frame. Design should be drawn or
Should we speak our Jod-given please, the difference in living in a I stamped) on burlap. -o--H 4446
Johannesburg, March .1-(Special])
'' .-lings boldly and strive to be a pow- community where each and every one Woolen, silk of cotton materials ,
i for the welfare of humanity and |I respects! the rights and feelings of I Old timers of the Hoer trek wagon may be used. Tear into half-inch
Mvunccment! of Christianity, or be :fellow-manan, l existing whole selfishness I trails thronged around a '
I the strips but do not sew. Place frame I
automobile when it drew at
intent to drift on with the musses and greed prevail, and one i up in on two tables, two chairs, or rest one I MRS B. BAIRD, Proprietress n
with our talents uncxercised, andiriving sinks to that low state of vandalism. I curb on a main thoroughfare end on table and other on knees. A I,
I \ a silent vote of approval to l We have all had annoying experiences IJohnncsburg today. regular rug hook or a crochet hook
.hi active and successful work of the just because someone* sought I The machine, a Studebaker LightSix filed .
to a sharp point may be .used L
V touring car, had just written anew -- - ----- i
vii spirit in advancing propagandato to profit by depriving us of what warjustly Hold materials under the frame with -
disthrone and make light of our ours, and I fear unless some I page in the colorful history ol left hand. Push hook through burlap 1
laws break down and abolish the drastic steps are taken this wave ofj.l II the Union of South Africa. Withouta from above, catch material and drawit
patriotic feeling and quench the lawlessness. will continue. Then, is it pause in the motor's steady throb, through burlap to height of 3-8
Christian love and !good fellowship j.l not time that we exert the feeling it had set four records in retraveling inch. Repeat this following
I the old settler routes, completely circling -process
that were so strongly characterize that was our forefathers' and unite design and working in suitable col.
forefathers and which spirit with determination to have clean the Union, in less than 100
in our a a ors, until burlap is covred.
accompanied them through many I community, county and state to live hours-a ,,perilous bullock trip that orice took Loops may be cut or uncut. If cut, CITY TAXES '
weeks the carts.
for ,
trials and hardships they endured in in or death share
off to
loops an even length,
We Not only did the Studebaker establish -
establishing this great land that we often hear the cowardly grafters with sharp scissors. If loops are not
might enjoy freedom and continue in ...r'o'Oh, you can't enforce this the Union a new but round-trip it also shattered record around three to be cut, they must be kept uniformin
'a feeling of brotherly love .and respect or or cause people to obey length.
the laws which'are passed for the other records between points alongthe Crocheted Rum I .
.. "l.. there a man with soul so dead, betterment of our land and the upliftof course. Notable among these Tear rags into strips about half ai
- who never to himself hath said, this humanity." Lows should be upheld was the new running time of 35 hours Inch wide, according to the weight of:
is my own, my native land?" and enforced; or repealed, -not and 57 minutes between this city and material. Sew ends together. Cro- "' ": ,.' We lose the real significance of ignored and abused a* a crowd 'of Cape Town. This was a distance' cheted rugs will be more durable, If 1: ,
patriotism and brotherly love whenwe lawless and unprincipled people are 996 miles.A worked over a small cord such as car- the
Notice is that Tax Books
standard stock model was driven hereby given
allow ourselves to narrow down doings. There is so much good in the For round form
t."> personal gain alone, and lose sight worst of us, and so much bad in the out Fred of Scantlebury Johannesburg O.II.Bright F. Payne and pet loop end of a cord and rug crochet a

-- -- :;-- --- -- -- -- W. B. du Preez. They drove over around loop. Continue to single crochet for the City of Kissimmee will Close Saturday./
mountainous roads thick with mudto widening when necessary.
then Port For an oval rug make a chain instead
I Elizabeth Cape Town East, London, Kokstad, of loop and crochet around it, March 31. A penalty of 5 per cent will be added I,
.. jiThAi Durban and return. The car madea widening at either end when neces-
2,687-mile circle. sary.
Running time from the start here Knitted Rug to all taxes not paid by that date.
and return was 99 hours, 46 minutes. Tear material from half to an inch
Gasoline consumption averaged 21.5 wide. Set up as in ordinary knitting.
The A wide strip may be used for the
miles per Imperial gallon. !gasoline -
mileage was unusually high, renter or rug, and strips of contrasting
-considering color made for the border and
motorists agreed today,
of 26.75 milesan sewed on. The rug mav be made in
that an average speed
i maintained road squares to be sewed! together. In this
hour was along
e a r r broken by frequent streams, which rase, colors must be selected care R. GILBERT
i I compelled fording.Numerous fully to avoid too much of the check-
er-board effect.
I washouts, due to heavy u.
I rains, forced the car to travel along MY NEIGHBOR SAYS
long stretches of hilly, slippery roadway i
i subjecting the Studebaker and The flavor of shrimps is improved
Oft. Maser MAaiON'MVOC'' TH& .ACV& W-ATttS WltH HERBCKT STACUe its driver to severe test. For this reason if boiling water is poured over them City Clerk and Tax Collector ,

A ffwkt hrtnw wfc. IM n-15.1 ; **Th PtMt" Md.. .n.... ..., I the trip proved one; of the most a short time before they are served II
a. .t.1 P/a/wl
( )\ -KP l VAN sensational staged in South Af-
lau-'. :.." /. ,. _..k..Y'.rM.IP w1eKWL rica. ever and drained away.4-immediately.If .

The maze of roads running around newly baked currant bread is

," :; hundreds of diamond diggings near wrapped in a damp cloth for a few V I V : - --- t w
'. Kimberley, brought confusion to the days it will not crumble w.herit is .
: record-breakers. The running time cut, and it will not be dry. r
I {\,':. suffered serious disadvantages Beautiful Yard Splendid Neighborhood 41
(\ ;' through time lost in opening and Try adding a fw drops of lemon I
Y closing cattle gates. Metropolitan juice to rice the next time you are LET ME SHOW YOU I
'; motorists may be surprised to know cooking it. It makes it beautifully
ti that actually 209 gates barred the white and keeps the grains whole.
VV : i SllI. ..hakl"r's" path. "AN .IDEAL HOMEU

b*. OAHISL H. I Returning to Johannesburg, the Use a fork instead of a spoon when '
CWaa.VP4r Qa,1eYry I MARTIN EDITH MARSHALL CLARKE Light-Six was examined by several blending flour and water. It quickly Block-3 Blocks from Business Section
I U..W rdh.APr.. ""I:.., "; : : TIr 1'/ugl..r..54Wn. nrlwt nY.,1..1j I hundred motor car owners. The en- makes the mixture smooth.
M P .... :;: Ilsd IWIYtML.LW1.
..,d dl. ..7IMA.Irtlw1 ..d Iraw Lr k.Y1dYl .Ir.M.n.d tl.u. gine was still running smoothly. The THE PRICE WILLL SUIT YOU ,
.. ...l.I1.IkMdd..4wly'j : 1::' -
body was uninjured-although it was Before scaling a fish dip it into
thickly coated with mud, from axles boiling water. The scales will then Sam L. Lupfer
: to top. Then a careful examinationof come off easily.
the chasis showed that the car had

gone through the gruelling strain When beating the whites of- eggs:! Ideal Location 8-Room House .4
k1ea without the slightest breakdown." will
add a tiny pinch of salt. You
Mastered the Mountains"We be surprised to find how much better '. it
: I knew the. Studebaker!: would gothrough and faster they whip with it," declared B. Pennev, .
Johannesburg motor dealer. "We To cook eggs for invalids or children !-I BEAUTIFUL KISSIMMEE HOME .
_y CLAIUC hoped for a record. But, honestly, bring the water to a boil, take
did not the four records CASH OR TRADE ,
w1 we expect the saucepan off the fire and place
p..i "
TIC riYMOVTM MAILS qUMrnrrt : "'I_..., that the car made. the in it for five minutes. The i
_.;....trS.H..d.......__.."."ewl by._.d. Yr.d,1 r._ h.- -j--VV -...; "We felt that it could cover the egg egg will be cooked evenly and thor- House and garage on 60 x 150 lot,.. surrounded by ,

Nj.W distance according to the express oughly and the white will not be hard palms, fruit trees, flowers and shrubs. Three blocks ; .
--V VcI schedule we h.d mapped out, and it and indigestible. from business district-within two blocks ;.aU. ''fir
accomplished what no other car has
-e-- done. We proved that it is master of Not Healthy churches and schools.! Dwelling. has three rooms,: ": '

muddy mountain roads as well as Never use water' which has been and kitchenette downstairs three 'r
crowded city traffic." standing over night in the tea kettle.Empty sun-parlor '
.' CHAXJTAUQJUA;, uPEfuNTENDENT: A. But the olden-day bullock driven, the kettle rinse and fill with rooms and bath upstairs.: Range and'electric heater : ;fji

,-" grizzled veterans of once toilsome fresh water before boiling. furnish hot water. Thoroughly modern throughout.
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trails over which the motor car flew,
Atfcaaino'Theatre! Kissimmee till .hake their heads and talk of "Whatever induced you Ito do M CORNER, CHURCH' AND, SPROULLE '\ tKissimmee .-, '

4 the change an automobile from unmaldenly. a thing .1 to propose to, .. Box:414. *," "* &, ?, .
.- South Bend, Indiana has wrought in J.ckT' ?
ilarch' -ijl: / 12" n<;l"\t3.: the story _of South Africa: "The Golden Rule.' }qY y

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d years of Incapable l N>f "elf-, Board" of' Trade, through its''good I Ritter Mrs. S. E, WUe}"?Mrs. George .. , . .
w p l.:,> ONLY EIGHT DAYS age, cr Sad bureau,' estimate 20 can will Harris', Mrs. W. Wender. Cincinnati; ,
r support because' mentally or physically join the wotorcade'' from 'that olnt. Bobie Briant, Tampa, AI: S.. Carter,
f LEFT Itf WHICH TO defective. '
American ichraoqd, Va.
It is estimated that more than .*,- Mrs. L. C. DflJsrd of the

.FILE TAX RETURNS. 000,000 persons or 70 per cent of. Eagle staff, Estero Florida, has been .PARK
to report
official reporter
those who are required to Ale income
tax 'returns for the year 19Z\, are the proceedings of the convention.Gen. Pete Cul !y, Thos. Powers, 'Nick

'j''' Better Gt Busy or Uncle Sam persons whose net income was derived W. Haldeman Commander, of the Louisville in- Glynn. P. L. H. Deane, A. A. Coolidge, TAX NOTICE .
chiefly from- salaries and wages Courier-Journal, Mr. and Mrs. H. .M. Bradstreet, Mr.
,' Will Romp Hard Chief of the United Confederate Vet- E. Kidelst- ,
.' and was $5,000 or less. Form 1040A and Mrs Al J. Perrin, W.
I- 'ir Oa You erans' Association will take part tar, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Replourh, F.
.' ; come of$5,000ld lean fromnwhatever March 12 ano\ introduce Barron G. M. Marsh, Anniston, Ala.; J. .W.

1 ;. With only'ten days remaining Inv source derived has been revised I''president Collier of of New the York.Tamiami and Everglades Trail As-, Stridsler! ,. S. Sebring; E. B. NOTICE is hereby"given that the tax books '
and simplified In the interests WIe- St. P. St. J.
r which to file Income tax returns, tax.
payera are warned, against dole inIorwarimg large class: of tsxpsyers. j sociaUon, ,to the convention Candler, C. S. Walker, Charleston, of Osceola County for the year 1923 will close
Reduced sheet, ] Va. John M. Ernest Brooksville
collector to a single space W. ; ;
'. . their rpturn' to conditions 7+cessltated the omission I The trend of the probe at Washington Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Young, Canton,
of internal revenues. Comparison of' ; promptly on April first next and all
items Indicates that there is still some unpaid
tho number of returns filed during II which questions 0.; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Demprey, Miami ,
are provided for on the larger about the $100,000 Fall bor- ; W. J. Mr. and
the months of and February mystery Coult.ert.Torontol} taxes at that time will
form, 100. A taxpayer who uses ]rowed. Was the McLean check anof- Mrs. S. Y. Yopp, E.: A. Rush, C. F. be subject: to advertisement

'I; ;: I Form 1040A; and who desires to I fort to- hide the facts? Cooper, Earl D. Rush, Mr. and Mrs. .
; at and sale.
claim credit tar income tax paid Henry Pemon2'eot. Vero: Mr. and
the source may modify the form ac Mrs. -C.( Billings, Pine Hill, N.
pare attributable to the urairo ui the GUESTS AT IIOTELS Yi5:; ,
r" ; taxpayers tQ. take full 'advantage of cordingly._ While intended primarilyfor I Mr. and )Mrs. B. L. Wolf nnd son,

;' the proposed reductions, and especially taxpayers whose net income was Nelson. Wolf and family, Viola and In writing about taxes, give complete description ,
of the 25'per cent reduction on not more than $5,000 and was derived GRAYSTONEMrs. Ella Luce, Ripley, N. Y. .
income for the chiefly from salaries and of and
year However, I your property enclose
r the tax on income for the year 1923 use of this form is not compulsory, I G. B. Sawyers, Mrs. J. W. TRAVELERSMrs. ; postage.
l : is being collected under the revenue and the taxpayer may file Form 1040 ,'Sougen, Jr., Mrs. C. Laycock Jack- .
j:, act of 1921, which Is still in effect where his income is such that the j jsonvillc' ; Geo. A. Pua, TampaMr.. J. II. Graham, Mrs. M. Baron, To prevent your property from being
and which provide heavy penalties larger form is more ap Intended I and Mrs. II. B. Sabin, Mr. and Mrs. Daytona; Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Honey, assessed

J i for failure or "wilful refusal" to filea the larger form is primarily |I N. P. Buffett, Cleveland; Mr. and St. Joseph, Mich.; G. W. Jones; Chicago as UNKNOWN furnish Tax

return and pay, at least, one fourth for reporting net derived income from regardless i j'Mrs. G. L. Ivey, Kissimmee; Mr. and ; John J. Ncighbom, Ocala; S. P. Assessor,
of the amount
of the tax on or before March 15, Mrs. H. McCredoo and son, Miami;
I j'' 1924. The revenue act of 1924, containing business, profession and farming, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Kuck, Irra C. I Coats, St. Petersburg; L. Montscript, Wm. I. Barber, Kissimmee, Florida, a complete

I'. this and other proposed reductions in all cases where the net income was salary Jessup, Norwalk, Conn.; G. B. Saw- Detroit; L. H. Lightrco, Harrisburg,

is now before congress and In excess of $5,000. whether other from taxable yer, Jacksonville; Edwin Crook, C. F. Pa.; F. Browningham, Lakeland; C. description of your land, as he is required by
: ;, there is .little likelihood of Its enact- business, profession or /Nixon Miss Elsie Nixon, Chicago; E. D. Mosingo' Jacksonville C. W.

'- ment pnor to tbe closing day of the sources. E.__ Peck. W._Va.: E. J. Garnwo 'il.Allin Loughlin Kissimmee ; law to assess as UNKNOWN unless this is done.
filing period. RECOGNITION Wis.; j. n. xienaerswn wiiiis- ; Frank lIen-
t J The proposed 25 per cent reduction I town, Ga.; Russell S. Bogus, Tampa; ford. Jacksonville; A. Heirs, R. D
.< : in the tax on income for the year 1923 J. E. Richard, New York; Nellie C. Guthrie, G. S. Tisdale, D. M. Robinson -
I .I'I'f'1 .. is retroactive to January 1, 1923. Enactment I Bowen, Nutley, N. Y.; Helen F. C. Jacksonville; Mrs Jennie Tucker -
of the pending legislation Samuel Gompers, the head of all Carr Bradfoni. N. II.: Mr. and Mrs. St. Cloud ii E. T. Lewis, Chicago; C. L. BANDYTAX

J means, in the case of taxpayers who i I Labor in this country, does not' agree Grant A. Pock, Manchester, N. C. J. Holland, Deer Park; Thos. E.

: p y'oqhe. ,installment plan, a ref with MacDonald the head of Labor II.; Sadie I. Mutley, N. Y.; Turner Atlanta; J. F. Malloy, Chicago -
+ V1a&on of their accounts -In the of, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pussey, Sima per, ; P. T. Stafford, Atlanta; Mr.
flees of the collectors by crediting the in England, on the latter recognition N. H.; Mr. and Mrs. M. F.' Knswlton, and Mrs. A. R. Hurford Indianola, COLLECTOR
f,I. accounts 'with one fourth of the of the Sovit government. Thee Simaper, N. H.: Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Iowa; D. L. Rose, Los Angeles W. I F
amount of the tax declared to be du British government and the British Spaulding Gerrlah, N. H.; M. E. Bur- W. Crane Lakewood N. J.; M. Bt \' !

i 4 on the return. In those cases where people, Mr. Gompers feels sure, will pee, Newport, N. H.' Mrs. Martha Rosecuans, Long Beach N. J.; T. J. :
+ the tax is paid in full at the time of have cause to regret this overture, M. Boyden. Sutten Mills, N. II.; Mrs. Murray, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.
filing the returns, the 25 per cent excess T. E. Wells, Button, N. H.; Mrs. A. S. R. A. Gornich, Moraca. Pa.; Mr. and C'
q will be refunded promptly without which he characterizes as an act Everette, N. R Everette Roberson- Mrs. E. W. Falck Leitsdale Pa.; Ed . .

I, the requirement of filing a claim. "hostile to democracy. yule, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wells, Wilson t G. Napier, Pensacola; D. D. -- J
No material advantage is to be gain Mr. Gompera is as competent to Atlanta, Mr.. and Mrs. II. M. Hargo Gouthne, Wm. Seibenmark, New Buf I

ed by taxpayers who withhold their speak on this matter as any man in and daughter, Willie King, Okhulger, tale, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Wll-
r returns which should be made out in Ala.; E. Gleedhill, A. P. Hollings- burn Tampa; T. A. NulUyne. Jack- BASS CONSTRUCTION
accordance with the provisions of the the country. lie was born in Eng- Worth, Jacksonville; II. B. Nelson, sonville; J. M. Hummell, Marion, COMPANY

revenue act of 1924; the normal tax land, and is, it would appear, without Moultrie, Ga.; J. P. Futch, St. Louis; Ind.; D. MfLeod C. A. Royt, Braden-
.f rate being per cent on the first $4- prejudice to his mother country; he Mr. and Mrs. Fried I. Thayer, Ida B. town; G. W. Mumm and family, Jacksonville CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
I 000 of net income above the exemp has been bred in America, and was Thayer, New Hampshire; Emma >: Geo. Raymond Ocala; A.R.

tions and 8 per'cent on the remaining of incalculatiVe value to democracyin Blake, Springfield Mass.; Mr. and i Webb Woodstock. 0.; Jack McBride, WOOD, BRICK, STONE
( net income ,
and the surtax ranging/ Mrs. B. J. Dolegal, Miss V. Sidla Harry Potts, Dallas, Tex.; Ernest
r{ from 1 per cent on the amount of net the great war, and that service ex- Cleveland, 0.; Mrs. E. K. Childress Ijitimore, Quincy Ill.( ; JE. STEEL, STUCCO
J ; income between $6,000 and $10,000 to I tended: to England as well as the, oth- Arkansas City, Kans.; Mrs. Homer llson| I Halapron ; :Mr. and :Mri Thomp-// N. F BASS JACK BASS

I the 50 per cent on the amount by which er Allies He is an outstanding figure / Needles, Fort Pierce; W. L. Denton ! Royal Street 616 Sproule AVCBB

net income exceeds $200,000. in the industrial world. The Tampa; Mrs. Ella P. Heflfner Clyde, I|I Tallahassee; 1 L: 1'. Mtnr, Allendurir. j L
t Every single person whose net income United States will be gratified to !see |! O.; Miss Lettie A. Powell, New Vie- I|, ta.; E.1.:\ Sniifhton. ::'IllamlV.: K.'I'
; f for 1923: was $1,000, or more ''na, 0.; Hiram Uurkolder, I Laura Uurki :MrGroagor; Kis.. irmnec: :Mr.: IInd't' -- -- - --
1' ;; ;. or whose gross incftme was $/,000, or him put up an adamant front to the i" holdc-r, Clyde, 0.; Mr and :Mrs James' ''Mrs.: W H, ( 'aye, C, S. ('reu'e'. Day I e
more, must file a return. Married Sovit regime, and no other man in Artnian, M rs. Saltcred I., Philadelphia; 'toiui .-ih: :Mr nut f :\11'''. M. Kitten.I BROADWAY
3' I persons (livingtogether), are requir- (j I this country should be heard hy the I Mis. E:, A. Oakley, Chicago; :\1 r. and I I :Mrs' O.,111)).'\', :Mr.eo.; :Morris, GARAGE

,r.. ed to file a return if the aggregate 'I Labor government of England with :MrSt.; ('risDm. 1)110,1'i -,- "A M | :\It's W ;Stende; Cimmnaii.:; (George; II. M. ('. l..' \HR>tE. rr.pr1rl.
net income was $2,000 or more, or if the respect consideration Gom Thomas, Parker Pa.;; Mr. and :Mrs: j j Raymond. (Oriiljc }E \L ('hJffn"r11': I r
the aggregate (rross income WAS $1.- J. F. Bromefifld, Stilton Taylor, Un- I and Mrs W T. Taylor s.uli.1.: Tav- I (aJn.AI"TO::' : REPAIRS GAS OILS ANn
i ,' 000, or more. Single persons in calculating pers should command from it. Ion town. Pa.; Geo. A. Amos, Ui-o. A.I'ilt.r, R. K Davy; ;, St. IVtersl.uig! / : O'G. ACCESSORIES.
; ." j., j'. the normal tax may Rub- Continuing the issue he makes between I Amos Jr., Buffalo N. V. ; :Mr. and '' Cheatham, Atlanta; 1). C, Root II IIARTFOim BATTERIES: SUPPLIES AND SERVICE
tract from their income an exemption! his stand and that of his fellow -: Mrs. G. H. I'nckett St. Petersburg; Ixiuisville., Kv; S. A. Orhrie. Cnlla- 501 BROADWAY
I" of $1,000. The exemption for married Laborites across the sea, he issues I Mrs.! M. G. :Morris' Mrs. )Eva Lesley, I' han ; W. I n. Cumons, Kerr Boyse Tup- PHONE 2)1
persons and heads of families is Chicago; Mr.' and Mrs. W. A. Baird. per, Philadelphia. _, .
$2,500 on as strong an indictment of recognition Toronto ----- ----- ......
incomes of $5,000, or less ; Chas. )F. Devenpeck, Cov- .e
i .
: and $2,000 incomes as has been uttered by Secre- ington -
r on in excess of Ky.; Mrs. J. II. Graham, :Mrs. ,
t ," 5000. Taxpayers are allowed also tarv Hughes, or anybody else. He Mary Baum, Daytona; Mr. and Mrs. \ - - -

,; ?' an additional credit of $400 for each says: S. W. Honey, St. Joseph, Mich.; L. .-
I' ,. person (other than husband or wife) "It is not possible in Little, Newark, N. J.; O. C. Park and (E) .
any way
: upon and receiving his party, Margie Callany and
party, St.
chief whatever with the autocracy of the
f support from the .
Petersburg W.
taxpayer, if : ; J. Condy Jackson- -t+
;, such dependent person is under 18 Moscow regime. Every compromiseis ville; L. A. Wiltshire, New Orleans;
,: ) r )1 1y -- a victory of the Soviets and consequently C. F. Barger, Durham; Mrs. C. C.

a loss to the force of de Wilder., Bessie Garrison." Ethel' "....d- .
mocracy. No commercial reason is ford :Marie Anderson, A. B. White,
Harvey Phial, Boyd Latham, St. Petersburg
Ktrongr enough to justify such an act. ; A. Cohn, Cincinnati; Mr.- A NEW 4-PAS5ENBBR COUPE

No reason of political expediency is and Airs. H. M. Crosby, Oneville.

frrs strong enough. As to the question of Mass.: Chas. Fristol, Pennsylvania;
e principle involved, it ought to be the J. B. Batton, Kissimmee; Mrs. Ira M. 1';'

s.. bnly question considered. It is inconceivable Jones, Petersburg, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. ., This is
L. Ricsen! Milwaukee car Dodge Brothers \
Wis.; Mr. and response ,_
j ,
that representatives! of Mrs. A. S. s d '"" '
any Kreider tP to -
Nancy M. Krei- a definite demand ., c '
: i ij it free people should so far forget the der, George L. Kreider, AnnvUle, Pa.'j': '. '." ., ,./ """ :: j

facts in the case as to extend recog, Mr., and Mrs.' E. C. Davis and sister, 'A''"-high "grade moderate j" ,,, ]
Miami J. H. of '
nition to a regime which not only has ; Henderson, Gainesville; coupe "
in r'andnte from the people but ler E. Hetch Georgia; Mrs. H. A. Beach- weight <*nd size that will seat four
Greenville, Pa. Mrs. .
; B. Scott
j which has crushed all adult passengers in genuine comfort.
i expression of Pittsburg, Pa.; Margaret T. Little,
freedom at home, and which proclaims Cohoes, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W.

1 THAT the destruction of democracy Tracy New York; J. E. Galli po, St. The body is an admirable example of
Petersburg; Mr.. and Mrs TI, f., P..II'D
t tt through the world as its! first and fine coach building. Low
Bost.onfl'; '. and Mrs. A. 11. Denny; graceful,
t SAKE : most important- objective.", I Gavbrook. Conn.: A, Troyani, New smartly upholstered and attractively
Orleans; R. A. Wilkins M. T. Chris finished
< FORT MYERSVILL tian, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Dodge Brothers blue, it

-PAY Bull, Ralph Hash Racine Wis.; Mr. reflects dignity and distinction in
N HAVE MOTORCADEFort and Mrs. J. W. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. every line.
H. F. Long, Mastoria, N. C.; Frank
Waste Bushell, Tampa; Thos. Gillies, Philadelphia -
Myers, March 3.Special( ). ; E. H. Vrieze, Jacksonville; Above all the 4passengacoupe is:
The Chamber of Commerce of Miami, J. W. S. Davis, Tarpon Springs. characteristically a Dodge Brothers
headed by its president, Hon. E. G.
e 7 } ; Sewell, and the Miami Motor Club, DAYSON'S product. It possesses all the attri-

n headed by its manager, W. S. Max- R. M. Marsh Tom Dekle butes of construction and low-cost
fiats Harvey
well will -
whatMillions each join with officialcar
an Tampa Mr.
; and
Mrs. service
McKeen- for which
representing these organizations nes, Indiana Mr. more than a million
II I ; and Mrs. Smith .
in the ,
Tamiami West Trail Coast Highway and I Iowa; Dr. S. S. Hamilton, Pennsylva Dodge Brothers MotorCars are favor-
of women series of celebrations motorcadesand March 10 nia Pa.;; Edward E. E. Hoffman Peterman, Pittsburgh! ably known throughout the world. .a

11, 12 and 13, from High Springs to Griffin, Lakewood Tampa; J. E.
; and Mrs.
done F. C.
hove Prince Rochester N.
Y. Mr.
Dade county with a present Investment and Mrs. E. H. Livingston ; I. W. PHILLIPS t
of $300,000 in the Rochester CO. ft
withCALIJItIET Tamiami N. air
'u' Trail is now planning to spend $150- Mrs.Y.i.II.. L. and Riggies Mrs., Winston-Salem R. L. Jenkins, Orlando, Fla. r '
000 Their ,
more. celebration will number N. C.; Ike
: approximately 20 cars for tho and Mrs. J. A. Tampa: Mr. J t. ,
j Tounley, Mr.
and Mrs.
celebration. The famous V4
I :
Jubilee 1C. M. Real!.
+VHH* Clevelnnd o. W- -.1 i
I .
TU i ** Float virlnt Y
used this rJI 2
A*' a*w>i vmril '
Mrs. Wm. II. Stewart, M -. a-d';; C.
be entered in the great MardiGrasevent : Gray R. WILL, I =
c E at Fort Beach Montclair, N. J.; T. Osceola
Bein Myers Wednesday evening M. Savage Kissimmee-. County Representative
dependableit March 12. / Mr. and L. Marsh, '
/ and Mrs. E. H. Roberts St.
Tonight committees representing C. C. Cloud Fla. +
Bums Fred ,
Cochran, 1. E.
spoils Estero, Bonita Hampton,
never Springs, Everglades, I L. G. Perry R. M.
', of the an4redieni Marco, Caxambas and Naples, meet Tampa Mr. Wade. Bobby Bryan -
oxy ; and Mrs. G.
in Watkins
ullec1 the Naples Hotel, Naples, Florida, Mrs. Ida -
Babb Nelson
r to perfect final '
arrangements and
select Bridgeport ,
I Conn
1.1 on bakeday ____a_,n.arshal u! 1 .for the, 150. car..motor- I aonvl lei: ft. Cl. C; mil Air J.. Gibson 11._ n Jack.__.. / i :;

,' !; mom" a I"OwDlASQiea 'aertsT t to'tuv Fort" WHICH Myers it in from estimated the south.will come AI hurst Hobson Zanesville., D. B-Wis.:;;' J."F. Ulrich) Il'I) : :
Jackson- (
R. Kaune
president of the [ vill! : Samuel Green
city council of East Plant City; J.
Myers will G. Pearce, AA
V! Auburndale.
preside at the mass meeting of citi- I Lindsay. G. M. Pa.j; R. C.
. zens of that city to be held in the Lee Mr. and Mrs C. R. Miami;
county fair grounds this evening, to P. U. Bolles Pebbles. Buffalo;:
perfect their ; A. Sharpe,
T ments and their welcoming arrange Alma Mich.; Miss Harriett W. Sharp, '
great barbecue which Mr. and I.,,
+ Mrs. Herbert
will be Waring Sara-
given as incident to the
t tti' con- toga
vention of the Tamiami Trail Asso Jacksonville N. Y.; G. E. Marshall,
elation, March 12. ; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. -
With official entries from Tallahassee I Dnnpa and son, New York; S. S. 5 ft aJtS ''Il i 1 I
and Perry in the northwestern Palm Beach; D. B. Den- ..
Florida; the Florida Automobile verger, Mrs. D. S. Denverger, Palat- : :
k a sociation from As : ka; E. H. Clark B. Cohill, Johnstown. .
/ central Florida{ cities: Pa. J. J. c. !
Nutley :
entries of cars from Fort Pierce and Mrs. York; Mr. and
Kamaka, Lie : ,
t G )Miami on the east coast and likewise T. II. Kamaka. Honlnlu,
; Mr. and Mrs.
s E.
J Ji f the entire west coast from High Lakeland Browne,
Springs to Everglades, and with Hialeah ; and Mrs. P. M. Loach, "
great ; C. F. Flake Cocoa Mrs. 'J.
expectations of official r entries M. ;
from 'Jacksonville this Gainsus and baby, Mrs. Henry = -
i ; celebration has j
Galnsus and ;
"; assumed not only a state-wide, but baby. Kenansville: G. F.
Dukeson: Mr. and Mrs.
national character. C. J. Tower -i3;
; ir pFhr tU Automobile
ir .P t y 1 f I, .+-+ Dealer Mildred Snyder, Miss Clara ubble . ; e.
'i t'f a -r T' 4 w. . Association. -., the- Tampa- Niagara Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Wm., a. .s r. e.) a 111 111t

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Rev Walter B. Knight, pastor .-II
19-45 a. m.-Sunday Seho 1.! "C r.
In Farmer superintendent, Classes
.. .
I' all: a/Cu./
mMornln, subject "The '
11:00 reatest a.Business in the World. At ,, .r \',", : : +{{i {{? ; ! ii ;; { ?i friintijttt{ { ;; ri'" tat1ti{{,?{ !. iiiiiil! !?tim t''' td li tl>Si;; ii!!}{( I J .;.4't..,:
ti ;itt' :? ;; i 'I.I"" i'
his service Joe Stump will sing, ? ? { i !! ? t
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the Ninety' and Nine." :.' : j ;
f 6:30 .p. m-:-Senior B. Y., P. U. .. It. t
7:30 m.-Popular evening cvan- .
I p. !, ,
elistic servicei Subjects: "The Girlo ; ;,+ { : ; i' + \" I
: I j.ts i8'ii "
: u SjjtiF.sij .
ljt ut! i "
Soul. Away "A : Sa1.. ailjriiiia! ? ii4 ?! i? ?iiii l v ,
Danced Her or ' "' { : }? ::: s !:?:! : h I til .
The ;:. ;; ., ?? ziiiji ,
Irolious Proclamation. quar.! ?? ? ? iia? N?? rr Ft ,{tr: ? ?:,: :: !: : I I si
Ute will sing, "My Mother's Bible,-? :,' lirrj. :i : Ls { i -.{_ : s.
MIllS Sara Knight will sing. ;, :, + ? : : s
kid l; iajl1 ; 1.. "
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Tell ?Mother I'll Be There" ,. .
7:30 p. Wednesday., Prayer .. jtlij? ,vr ta ,4 !:{, ',' ,

I'etlng; fnaiijt{ ,
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"You will like this church. A, wel- !
: f
me as genial as Florida sunshine .
waits you." ..' .. 1 h {jij t"yi? 't
y. :u Lt
Kev. W. II. })reIch, D. D., Patter i
!9 45 a. m.-Sunday School. Prof. i ip:1t ...' '. ,

1 1)) Shaver, superintendent. l H i
1100 a. m.-Morning Worship. t t
\ubipct. : 1"1Iini' Our Birthrights." 1 ;
music. ,
p"'ial i i
IJI.--Junlor Christian En- 111' Y
:.00 ]1" ,
: { :s : i.ii.:
onlor.w, :! p. m.-Senior Christian Enlleavor. a
.e {
7 ;10 p. m.Song service of An- : 1 t'tja
ducts and solos interspersed a .
t ivm.i' ; } ,
t ri
with hymns. {
I 7:::10'p: m.-Wednesday. Prayer ?r
.tad. Bible service.
4.00: prn..-Thursday.. Women', !
Itible Clans. Mrs. Katherlne Wet: ... ;
/Fencher. ;iir. .. .. :.1.1.: i. 'e p:
7 30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prac-

te,Visitors, will find a cordial welcome I. ._ :Y t.. r.irail: }!... .... f't'

| t< n homelike church.

Rev. John F. Phillips, D. D.
9:45: & a. m.-Sunday School. J. L.M'l'strtet 3
superintendent. Please
hi- on time. .
11:00: a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. I 9;
Subject: "Wayside Opportunities. .
This is Family Sunday, and all mem-
[ I'ITS of the family are requested to Anotner .
sit together. Opportunity
7.:30 p. m.-Sermon by tho. pastor.
Subject+ : "What It Means to b<> a
Christian." This is the first of iti
.ertc$i of four sermons on the Christian -
| Life. Do not miss any of them. .
Special music; large men's chorus. For Shrewd Investors
,ii-MO;:: p. m.-Epworth League.
Wednesday evening at 7:30: Midweek -
service. A series of talks will
bo given in "Helps in the Christian '. .

Lifl', "." We Subject expect" Wednesday every official: "The of the Bible nil HE OPENING of the Country Club section of Coral Gables again offers

hurch and all Sunday school work- :shrewd:: investors the opportunity to get in on the ground floor where
rs.The pastor will give an object les- 8+ 4 future profits are assured by the gigantic building campaign which is .

on to the boys and girls at the morning about to be" begun. e \ ;

Jv.,, 1 ; The Country Club section is the crowning effort of the entire program ''

FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH of high-grade development. Here, grouped in beautiful Affect *

Kev. W. O. Hornbaker, B. D., Pastor and surrounded by landscaping which affords a most delightful setting, are to be t

10:00: a. m.-Bible School. C. E. erected this year: *.

Powell, superintendent. School' graded. j
Good instructors. Hearty wel- <<
tome Class will extended be Men's Come Bible and The Imposing Clubhouse of the New Golf Course. .

bring a friend The Congregational Church, Costing $150,000.College .
11:00 a. m. -Morning worship and for Young to Be Erected by the Sisters of > -> ,
Women, \j '.
communion. Sermon the
v' :
by \; '
: : . ,
6:30 Christian Endeavor I | St. .
p. m. ," : Joseph. '.. -Nrh l. >" ," ;: '"
7:30. p. m.-Preaching 'service. I '.i., :, ... " w; )iif: ,:il-" ",,', ,?rij.... ..
4:00: p. m.-Wednesday.' Bible attend Study )in- ',,' MThe( 'erection of these buildings will,form the'outstanding features of the.building prop -v 1):' f ,I 1,,<1 t : " I"f': ; ,' ,
those Unable
the class.for evening. Tourists especially to in gr m'fot.the' : coming year. .They are 'all.oftthem:.located the Country! Club: section:;. >.1 1 ":_:t. ;

vited. and each and every one of them will have a direct bearing in the "'1Dcrease.ot 'plo'f? '" Y
7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. Bible Stu -- .... *'
dy. values there.

4:00: p. m. Thursday. Junior
Christian Endeavor. Miss Edith Miller Come to Coral Cables today as our guest aboard the big com- .

superintendent. for table de luxe pullman busses. Come see for yourself tb n
7:30: p. m.-Monday and Saturday I
is choir rehearsal. opportunity that await you. ,

Visitors invited to all services. -
Church study_telephone, No. 269. \


Rev. Albert New, M. A., Rector
-- .
10:00: a. m.-Church School in the
Parish House. : .ABLE. .
11:00: a. m.-Subject: "Ix-nt. the rcDR1AL .
Greatest. of all Christian Opportuni I
1 tie1" .
7:45 p. m.-Evensong; and address .
by Rev. Albert New.
Next Sunday 16th will terminate 'RAmerica's
Mr. New's winter-sojourn in Kissim- : '
I Finest Suburb .
mee.Everybody cordially Invited to all -
| our services.


Brack Street, at Oak :. GEORGE E. MERRICK, Owner and Developer *- .,

Rev. R. D. Walker, Minister. : .., DAMMERS & BURNES General Sales Agenta
Residence, Brack and Oak. Phone 326 ,
9:4<> a. m/-Sunday School classes
for all ages. Bring the family. Wm. : Executive Offices: 158 East Flagler St., Miami. ; '

Milar, superintendent. Timely and : Florida Offices Jacksonville West Palm Beach Daytona Orlando
interesting lesson for next Sunday. : ,

11:00: a. m.-Divine Worship. Sermon : Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Lakeland, DeLand, Eustis.
by Rev. R. D. Walker. This
meeting is of special Importance. : Kissimmee Office : Park Hotel, C. L. Bennett, District Manager .
J 7:00 p. m.-Young People's Meet-
ing. Interesting subject. : Glen D. Rose, Kissimmee Representative .
7:30 p. m.-Divine Worship. Inspirational -
I Singing, Praise and Tea ,
|timony. Sermon by Rev. R. D. Walk I .
er. : j .

.730: p. m. Tuesday: Pentecostal. 66
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Bible Teaching. =
7:30 p. m.-Thursday. Healing of .I .". i
.the Sick. James' 5:14.16. Bible I \ ''tK
I teaching. 's6664"tY0v64
2:30 p.-Frlday. United Inter- : .. ..o..t .o. o oo oo ooo o o ooto.00000400 OO.toooo..o..o. '
:,tt \ .0040060046466644 o.o.
cession. All invited., Send in prayer. -; - o..o .ooeo.ooooo.o.oo .o..o.o
requests. -, r

each Communion month. Foreign service Missionary first I Sunday of I t he rectal Monday night in the high piano, (a) Ruth('b) Grandfather's

' taken second each ANOTHER. BEAUTIFUL I; school auditorium, when pupils and Clock Alta Overstreet; . .
Sunday .
I month at evening. service..- HOME in expression and music rendered the reading;, Rosalie Overstreet; piano, J ""V. Tb. e>> . P s C Z1, ;
Scarf Dame-Chaminade, Ethel Owen
Next 'will bMission Finished Main Street following numbers: ;
Sunday, March 9. Just on .I ,
Reading Edna piano, souvenir'paola piano Juvenile Waltz, Kathryn -
of; Das. i with, Interest appropriate at 11:a. tn.and services (; S1E-B'L\ ; , a !' 1 eonte>, Theta Pay; readIng'roroth Smith;, reading Carroll Makinson; Licensed Funeral Diredor
piano ( ) A Winter piano, March Helen Hanell; piano, .1
{.30 p' m. '7 ;* ** '( i" i PAINTER AND DECORATORl a S'.N red Chapel
n'' f 5 l 811. Main,,Street* t, J.. ':Tale, .nthony;, ('Jewell Dame Hungary Rhapsody. Kuhlinj, Eleanor .., =, 'A 1.
Wanted: 4 chan*cotton..rags{' fe r ,k wi Engel IJ. Mildred ",carr; plasno. First Overstreet. -e1 ( ..,- 344b.-......-.""lrwrsh.HC.' . 3."i.. R..1..I .r. q.
u merel1 l triromlnes or strinrs-,-but, decent -, . Trip fn Train Elizabeth Tedder; Miss Myrtilla F. Beals and Mrs. H.. Stewart Ae.ere :-All few. yr
stuff to use for washing roller .". ) ..1.1 7J.--, ";:j-" reading Vlvla1t'lofd;. piano duet. N. Maklnson are exceptionally able in N'k 6i11s Amkluajsmlwst t.Call f ";
and .presses and .wiping bearings. STUDENTS" RECITAL DeRheta Alderroan; and JsconettaAultmanr the directions:of their.respective* da. K _......, ; ,joI
B-Iblr 'em along'to.the;;of. flee of .The piano solo," Welts'Joy' Ma'Holtzclaw- partroenur always:fifing that which _ ..- .ofes'iu", ,_rox; >.e Reetcl..ee1'y ,,4 :
[Gazette "$.Imm... ' ,14-ttx r A .pleasing, program, was: ptven 'at kinsonl,-.reading. ; 'Sonbla... ,'I" : Is dicnifled-,instructive and.. classic.
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TWELVE), \ 1\\ ,KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH\ 1, tt24 ,,, 01.< )t te

a -
asset in Its future development.jUt. ,FOR COUNTY JUDGE ,
Johnston two great
choruses. Patsy gave -- -- :
piano solos, Benjamin and Bertha i Neel will return to Kissimmee who has so &: MACHINE 'WORK-" THAT h
lion Milton Pledger *
7 ( IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] Miller readings little Eunice j'tomorrow to,,take up his duties as editor "efficiently filled the responsible position
impersonated- Alice' of thepag'ellnt '
t Phillips Joy Makinson cleverly played of The 'Gazette.-Sanford I1 rald.KISSUIJIIEE of county prosecuting attorneyfor ' HARD' .TO FIl'1.

;' ,Y the part of "Teacup Green," Chas. the past several years, aspire* to ,
MAMYE WATSON'S Marfer: pleased the audience with his T WOMAN'S t CLUB rAnd become t county judge of Osceola poun. elsewhere can readily ,be ;;
; l; BIRTHDAY PARTY'MI. ty, and has art announcement in this 1' 1
violin solos. Their Activities j jfr. reason
.. Mayme Watson celebrated her The' silver offering amounted to ..:- .'- --. 'VW. issue of The Oar-clte asking' the vote o ed out in this shop. The

w', tenth birthday Monday, l>y haviig'r 6 $14.60 whiehi, has boen- sent to the C T., (t. t. and support of our citizens. if it, we have all facilities for .t.f'
o' himself, ; .
; delightful party at her grand-moth Children's' Home in Jacksonville.!] Mr. (
rd er's (Mrs. II. (:. Thomas) home, from ''' elected to administer the affairs ofthe.oflice ingit. which other ;'
,; '; 4:30: to 6:30 Monday afternoon. PARTY OsFOLDTIME Meets at four o'clock on the of aecondiand each! impartially and tl) the,best I many shop_ ;\
Old-fashioned games were played FRIENDS' fourth Friday afternoons . of his ability. lie further states that have not. Our men have beeak ]
L and peanuts showered the lawn. Refreshments Last Saturday night Mr and Mrs. month in the Chapter House.President i ho hap no friends to specially serve .
-). y f were ice cream, cake and Jack Pryor entertained at their home J _____.Mrs. M. V. Boyer and no enemies to punish. His twenty with us a Ionic time and are
'. ;, fruits LitHe Miss Mayine: was tho in Haines City, a group of-congenial Vice-President.Mrs. W. B. Makinson years of experience in the general
d \ recipient of many pretty gifts. Mrs. friends who have been intimate associates Secretary--Mra.... John McI'hattel'Kissimmee practice of law certainly qualifies him thoroughly trained. on all mane'ti I
\ J. C. Schmidt and !Mrs. Grantham, assisted for many years. The party Included : -- for the office which he aspires. 1
: J! ', Mrs. Thomas in entertaining the host and hostess, Mr. and WomenClub nor of repair, work;
f .". Those at the party were: Carolyn Mrs. Jack Pryor, and Mr and Mm. OF ALL :
ti t Griffin, Loraine Moore, Joy Makin.on Fanny Pryor, i lr and Mm.S.\ W. Burgert Moots: at three o'clock on the first Tim CIIIUSTIA OPPOR'rUNITIESThe MONROE THOMAS' GARAGE
.. ,. Jane Pugh, Martha Richardson, Mattie -, Mr. and Mrs\ Frank Jaco ci Tuesday afternoon of each month at I
.. Bella Timer, Virginia Barber, Loughman, and Mr. and Mrs.'Gcorg"(" the Chapter (House. 18 EMMETT STREET
I 'r i Carrie Bl'IIlgdon\) Bertha Miller, T. Sigler President------Mi's, II. N. Makinson j Lenton season opened on Mh PHONE 47 RESIDENCE PHONE '71 ,
r Mabel Kangler, 1 Florence Mc Cocka- .. : lilt Vice-l'reK..lIft. J. Z. Roberson Wednesday, and continues through
i dale, Mayme Watson James Earle Kisllimmt't'I I :Jtid/ Viee-1'rt'M. _Mrs. G. T. SiglerSecretary ) Good Friday, up to Easter Eve. .. -- ;
S Lupfer. Herbert Breaker, Marvin Ty : -.. .Mis. Alice Parker 1] In St. John's Episcopal church on '4\1
f ner., Oliver Carson, l rank' Schmidt, -- 1 Treasuier__ _Mrs. John Pugb' Sunday morning, the Rev. Albert .--- -
i t Haley Duke, Billy Smith, Heibprt ,I Mrs F. ri. Lncey, Binghamton, N.I I II Chairman of Civic I Department. I New will preach on: "Lent: tha subject "The Greatest Business in carso-: Farmer, superintendent, ?
I Smith; Cecil Yates .J.r; Schmidt Y.; J. H. Slcflee, Shingle Creek; I R. J.Bainl Greatest of all Christian Opportunities. f
.. __ _ ,. Mrs A. T. Morrison the World." The musical program" the Bible school says that his deparU'j, !
; Marvin Watson and John Phil)'. j Creston, ().; Mr. arid Mrs. A.I Chairman of'' Fine Arts Department I ." will be featured by'a solo, "The Nine- ment is "humming,** and that ie.''*
W. Casler, New York; Mrs. Cal . _Mrs. 11. W. BeierMothcrn' Mr. New returns to his own pariahin '
I FOR MRS. ::1f. L7wA Gl.' 4 Shirley, New Castle. [Ind.j: Mrs.\ Mc'l North Carolina in Uss than two ty and Nine" rendered by Joe Stump. creaslngly large numbers All all'a.!
t; Honoring Mrs M. L. Wags an efficient I ma Davis, Mooreland, Ind.: Mrs. : week time, but the Rev. W. H. Gale, At the popular evening evangelistic available pace in the class rooms ,
; worker in the primary department I..n.Taml'II. Cecilia, Ky.; !Mrs 1. E.i': I I Club :. of Collingwood Canada, will continue service the pastor will preach Soul on.{ At the night service"Tell( ,Miss Sara" '
:: of the Methodist Sunday ",'IHuI// Young, Connonut O.:; Miss Ix-na i I I the lyenton program. "The Girl Who Danced Her Knight will" sing, Mother111 ,
Meets at three o'clock on the third Away," or "A Glorious Proclamation. De There. I i': '
\; '. Mrs. J, Wad Tucket' entertained Overlander, East PaleHtiiiCt 0.; ].I Nt. I is most cordially invited
Friday afternoon of each month.PreMdent : I. Everybody ." The will sing, "My Mrs. Haynes Rrinson, Miss .
l Wednesday afternoon in her home on J. H. Jordan, St. Bernice, Ind. Mrs. ; / all services. quartet Ruth r
I tho Orlando road. Games; and, social Mrs. B. D. HigHns, Jamestown; R. I.; 0| ,-.__ _____ Mrs. W. J. FrippSecretary to attend our Mother's Bible," and the chorus Herzberg and Sam Lupfer. ,Jr. the'''

conversation with refreshments of ice Mrs. W. E. Burdick.. Watch'Hill. R. I.; I : \ . Mrs. T. R. MoelevTieasuivr ) II .\ UKtOUI( UHKAKKK choir, buttressed by the orchestra, conveyance committee will Cladl ,,
cream, cake and coffee made the af Mrs. Mary E.: Emmons, Kyle, 0.; _. _. .Mrs. (J. W. Hi'stCommittee I will render special selections at both furnish cars for tho.o who cannot attend -' ,,- ,
t I fair very enjoyable. Mrs. Wages< han I Mrs. C. A. Morris Oli\t-hurg, Pa. j' 1 on' Child Welfare, I 1 services. otherwise. ,
k been one of the most conscicntiou-- I Mesdames J. K.; Lupfer. (J. W. Rcatand I Last Sunday all previous recordsof 1
--- --- - I'I'i 1-
attendance at the Methodist Sunday ___ .
.- workers in \he Sunday school force i R. J. )Donning. -< ---- -'-
and her departure' from town >s much' H. 1. NEICL FORMERLY 'school were Inoken..All classes showing -
V to regretted. The Wages are moving t t'> OF S.\NFORI HKRALD Hart Memorial an increase in attendance, e'pe-
J Lake Wales this week. BUYS; TilE OAXETTB dally the men's Bible class. Plans
r The guests were associate, teacher 1 _ I I Meets at the call of the president.: are made to have 75 out Sunday. This is MICHELIN
i I and offleets of the piimary department IPrenided.Miss I Elizalx-th DuneganSecretaryMrs. I That means a turkey dinner with all year .,.
II. Necl
A. associatedwith
I formerly its trimmings and royal good time.
and included Misses Margaict S. II. Bullock)) 1 1No.
?, and Virginia Siglcr, Julia Ledbetter I R. J. Holly in the ownership of Treasurer---------: A. W. Winn 'Ilon't allow anything to keep you lhe.e+b. eooerdlxs N
Wilma //u,ni..1, Florence Bass. Ada the Herald, was a visitor in Sanford Library ('h'm.-llrs. S. 15. Aultmun aWI])'. Alive membership committee ?
Wagner, Mesdames Wagner, Shaver, I Friday. Mr. Neel moved from Sanford |I' will see to it t.hatyou are made acquainted 10 fl
n Pairik Fenn Keen, Inggers, an ) ,) with the fellows.
? honoree, :Mis.I Wages. soon after selling his interest i: BusinrsH and Professional "'onlt'lI'" Sunday rooming is. Family Day.Don't .
Ih"j I in the Herald, and was located for ,j I ClubMeer 101'11,1| a delegate. We want toscr
HONORING MRS 1VAETII time in of there
some Sara-ola. Flan there nil families the church
f Honoring Miss Dorothy D'Aeth 01'1 I I he recently to Kissimmee where he 'i month seeond Tuesday' night of each and all the members of the family
M New York City, who is visiting her I beautiful
I seated together. The most
uncle and now has his, home.In (Pii-nidcnt( Hiss: 11. K. Saner" !
family ( the S. H. Bul- 1 Vice-1'iesidfin, :Mrs. Lillian I tight from a pulpit is a whole familyseated
j. ; locks) Miss Violet Bullock enteitained an .fnt..rvipwith the Herald :, Deyoieci inI The churchit1Mre
together pew.
S Ii OlivciT'eaMiror ;
cretiiry------I 'I< I'ercip
s at card Tuesday evening in her this morning Mr. Neel stated that he I i inot d convention, that a
C home . . MisK Lucy ItuckelParentTcarhe.ri *
on Clyde
avenue.There had purchased a half interest in ThoKissimmee funnly should l sent a detente. r

i 1 i, The guest wore,prize three, a bottle tables of of perfume bridge, Valley ftoxfUeW.; 11.1 I ,\ss K-ialion ( 'an I I. v your"u> UMit auto x for good God Methodist these fine? 0
is, editor
of The
Miss Gazette for the
was given < D'Aetli. First prizein -
i cards fell to Mi- Mary Tiller, and (| past 28 > ears sold) his entire stork I' ::Meets at four .'.;J.".k on tile filsiThutsday I a Sunday1Your rile to dIU I "h.friends Another would enjoy of
} consolation prize,' sons given Miss Mary '''to Mr. Ned who now associated, afternoon" of each month i n.: putting! it is this-: 1'jlijah'a Churio'
Singeltary. the high "drool building.I'resdent I
| with E. G.: Vans half was a vvoiiilrt, fill thing, but auto
as i \\ your
s r Refreshments included sandwichescake ; 'Ii-I i I Mrs. .J. I I.. ( /Ive'-st. ,MVu l !
I' er. Mr. Vans Alrl"ha !been. IIIHJ al-o, )be iiied for God I If you will
? and hot coffee The guess were \vit i I'-Pre-ident' Mrs F. C. Bryan
Misses Maty Tiller )1 a 1'\' Singeltary, The Gazelle; for the past eight ye.iri: Secretary :Miss' 1'ndii Mi I .:NullTicnsuior I (ill it with frieiul.:, and no ghlioi

p' ), Norma Griffin, Iota McNeil, ) Mar- He will continue to act in the rapacity i . . Mis. I H.! (Ii.! Smitn;i i llii'Hc liure"line. !\ Sundayj. and them to
u gnret Stanford, Kulah
Render of secretary and treasurer. Mr. Neelis flu- huge i men's dioru at the Sunday .
Agusta Winn, Jo Makinson, Lucy lied Cross '
r J Lupfer, Dorothy Ii'Aeth, and Mrs. editor and manager in the new organization. I evening, service it: worth going
A r t ten niili" to hvar. The sermon is the "Some vise
Hunter Dillard. i ::11'.1'(1 the dull of the |pn''i.l.lit| are
Ii of fun 5;
r-t to lie
i given on TheI'hrition S
'- In commenting on the business situation at the t'luinilier of ("oninuTcePiesidcnt '
.; MISS AULTMAN ) I.iff. YIMI should i-Io&J-. to
. .
Ellis: F. I.MS i and
in Kil< immc.Ir.! Neel snid otherwise"Let
.t: HONORED > Secretary_ Mrs Wlllii :'teedt; I hear all of Ihe&(>. some are
A Honoring Miss Elizabeth Aultmnn that "Kissimmee is on the eve of n Treasurer __ llowatd' t ----
on her natal day ( Wednesday) a very big boom. Jt is now a thriving Jill I.. Honte Soivice Secietary! ,

11 : delightful for her Broadway.surprise dinner in Miss party the Aultman Aultman was arranged homeon was "and tourist the town back" Neel surroundingit continued, |! ' .,):; )i I I t cle Jczmms tlOsbl us figure with you for

called to the is excellent! for both trucking all I --
f Caldwell home-likewise II J
r .t six o'clock she was called to her.tnoUier's cattle raising" All I Royal Arch Masons, sic' cordially I NOT;-i vv .C: MVti .: MICHELIN BALLOON TIRESr'.

'i', I '. home and to her surprise Mr. Neel's plans for the p'>licy and invited; to attend the regular convention TO SO" .. P ....FN'S t'ARS .
v beheld the profusion of flowers, sweet of KlsMmmeo Chapter No I .
1 } peas and quantities of violets.! The future conduct of his paper are not 10. at Fraternity Hall, aUU: () "'clu..j! RUT 3Arvs'' .4b'c.y MICHELIN CORD TIRES
I $ dinner perfect in ajl its appoint- yet definitely outlined, but he showed February 10. Deputy\ Grand; High i ,
+ ments also Included the beautiful that it was his intention to enlarge Priest Earle West will be present, ;,1 I
,C# birthday cake. Much merriment, wit, The Gazette as rapidly as The growth I land there will be six candidates for MICHELIN RING SHAPED TUBESMakinson's '
( and happy good will made the party of the town would permit. At the Royal Arch Degree. Refre-h- o l '.
one long to be remembered. present ments will be served after the labor.
?, At the dinner table were Mrs. Cald- a weekly_ the paper will be made it over. '
well, Miss Jean Caldwell: Miss Rhea 'a semi-weekly before another tourist J. NATHAN BRYAN=: H. P.
r Pherigo, Miss Margaret Stanford, J. season, Mr. Neel stated. "At once,"
M. Willson, Mrs. S. B. he FLORIMO! FARM Big Hardware"J
Aultman, and continued' "it will be our endeavorto
i r
the honoree Miss ,
9 Aultman.
}s enlarge the
--- ,editions until theY Through the agency of the Iloyei-
t> CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS ,, present a more metropolitan aspect. Realty Company .we recently pur. S .
chased the north of Near ,1\"\ Phone '
i ': ENTERTAIN v Mr. Neal has purchased a home in I property just J Depot 123
W. Tucker's home
The. which has been
pageant ,
Through a Kissimmee and intends .
to devote his called the \
Postal Cardgiven' by the Junior "Lesley Place but in the
kI 7 Endeavorers of the Presbyterian and entire time to his new enterprise It future will bo known n. the Florinia --- ----

Christian churches, wan very pleas-'lis his belief that K iS8i Olmpe's situation Faim. und will bo conducted \hDr.. --,
I + ing and successful in every way. at the fork of the highways lead W. ('. Ingram and his non, Dr .Tovpph. a
Twenty-five children were in the ing to Mi'ami and L. Tngram, who are highly pleased
Tampa will
oL prove a'I with their purchase
I .
1 -.. .. ...... '' i
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V .. M"_ 'I M"U" -"'" "' 'I at the office of The Gazette; lOc. "

Better get them while there is a WORTH A POUND OF CURE
Call at once: they'll never be cheaper.

I Money and Comfort I MEDICAL OHLAHDODr. --MEN--MEET. AT I -It's an old saying but true, proved. through'

It H. S. Geiger, Dr. T. M. Rivers, the experience of the ages.
and Dr. II. frinxonl attended the reg r .
/ ular monthly meeting of the Orange -It's so today. In the health of your famlly- .

... County Medical !Society, at Orlando a vital fact which consider.
Tuesday night. The society i I" composed very you should calmly f '"

1J i Orange of and the O,<,counties','ola. An of address Seminole wa., ,i -Husbands exposed to the elements children

( .. given by Dr. Joh.i )Draper, of NOW in school or at home ; housewives about their daily
Everything has its drawbacks. York City, and the subject was "Sur-: I tasks-Keep the
The trouble Vical' Treatment of the Insane," anJllustrateil j i system healthy. .

IS with having money is the with storoptican" iliiiej., -Winter is at hand with its changing weather.

worry over it. This B. & P. w. CLUB" Do not await the appearance of "symptoms" of a

bank will take care of your money, give you MEETS TUESDAYThe dise lse. Tone your system to health.

% a sense of security and relieve of Business and Professional -We carry the stock, and if we haven't got it.
you worry Women's Club will hold their regular i I we will get it for you.
It business mooting next Tuesday evening -

p, z I means money and comfort, not Sawyer at Company seven o'clock! the Wennur- -Pay us a visit-you will find 'Quality, and
'I' money and Owing to the fact that Tuesday evening Courteous Service.
r worry will be the opening night for
i the Chautauqua, the most important
mattcis only will be taken up which
will allow all members the opportunity -.1'
to attend the
Chautauqua. sp

This Bank invites --
your account
Walter B. Knight', pastor of
s the First Uapist .church, announced I
yesterday that he will bring a special -
I menage Sunday morning on the

.ff Bank of Osceola CALL THE DOCTOR,

; If you have any sick paint or
County varnish or walls, if you hare
f F. y, I had trouble in getting a aatla
factory job of painting, cfve'm.
w S a chance. I am a regular:
S" S paint doctor with a diploma
: : S KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA t from the School of Experience,
and can prescribe the
treatment to make the ntsute
or inside of any hUM look BROADWAY PHARMACY{

I .Deposits' Overt $600,000.00 welt Hardwood Untshlnc and
; ,, paper hanging as well a. ".ua. ;
painting. ,. '
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i ii5b . ,' GOTTLIEB MENTZ "ON THE CORNER" '. .i/ '
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