Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 14, 1924
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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BANK OF KISSIMMEE WILL Tomorrow:, the public will ,have an opportunity to I McCRORY PROPERTY IS TO

vote,.for' or against the $100,000 school bond issue author- ;

ized by the Board of Public Instruction of Osceola county

on' : February 7, 1924. The'bondsissue( is. for the purposeof ,

AT ONCE ERECT NEW HOME relieving the overcrowded conditions in our public BE EXTENSIVELY IMPROVEDLarge

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,schools and provide for the purchase grounds; and the

I erection of a primary and a high><'school. .

After Considerable Delay Stockholders Vote To SpeedUp ;. While the" people. of the consolidated school district Force of ,Workmen Busily Engaged in the Work"

Building Program, and Construction. Work Nos. 4, 5 and 6, are conversant 'with the fact that the of Remodeling Brick And Frame Buildings.. .

Will Start in"the Near FutureAt schools are overcrowded, the necessity of actually refus- -May Enlarge 'and:lOc, Store:Room

awoke them to the ------- --
ing admission to new pupils recently -e

a meeting of the stockholders month and the work will then be urgent need of the proposed new: school buildings.The That John McCrory firmly believesin The two-story. frame structure on'

the new Bank of .KIss mmee Wednesday rushed with all possible speed. plans, which have been designed 1 By Howard Reynolds the future of Kissimmee was the corner of Darlington and Pleas" r,

evening it was voted unanimously Considerable delay has been ex- of Orlando, and which are now on exhibition in the proven Tuesday when Mr. McCrorycame ant streets U will also undergo alterations 1
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perienced in obtaining suitable quar- It planned to make' ,
to erect a banking building on the ters for the new banking institution. window of Katz Brothers' store: ?n Broadway, call for a to this city to go over the plans living apartments on the upper, floor

lot recently purchased by them on The charter was granted to the Bank high school building of twelve 'rooms to be situated on a and details with .the structural Ironworkers and two on the lower floor., ;j j
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the corner of Broadway and Possiel of Kissimmee early In January and tract of land at the corner of Sumner and Beaumont and a force of carpenters A large crew of workmen are BOW.' #"
which is of the since that time the stockholders have who have been engaged to'make extensive 'bn the Job and in an interview'withP.'M. '
portion
avenue, a from the Osceola house with a
been trying to select the most Ad- streets diagonally across alterations, to the McCrory Bearow of ,Tampawbo'ls'dt'recting
grounds on which the Graystono hotel vantageous place to establish the new I spacious auditorium and two large study halls. The design property at the corner of Broadway the work,be stated that while',

is now situated. bank II provides for the additional space required for the and Darlington avenue. The building there was a great Amount of work"to'o,

The plans win call for a building The Bank of Kissimmee has a capital -I vocational' training classes which must be added to the referred to js the one in which .be done he expected to finish the:
with a forty-foot frontage on Broad of $25,000, and the officers are:' tHe State Bank was located and which I work in from thirty to forty days. t'
way and thirty-five foot siding on L. H. Gcdge, president; M. I. Stout, high school, in order to keep the Osceola High School on has been vacant for a long time. I Side walks will,be laid aon the property .. ,

Posseil avenue. The details of construction first vice-president; B. C. Miller, seccnd the accredited list. The primary building will providesix It is the plan of the McCrory interests on Pleasant street. s

and materials lo be used vice-president, and Stratton L. additional rooms, and the plans are so arranged that to tear out the front of the Mr. .McCrory came' to Kissimmee ," to
have not as yet been decided, however Story, cashier. These officers, together added later with large I building and replace it with two from Orlando where he is making-his
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be together
it is understood that the building with R. S. Floyd and Lylos V. six more rpoms may ; modern show windows, making two home with his sister, Mrs. John MeCnlloch. -

will be in keeping with the pro- i! Story constitute the board of direc assembly room. storerooms in place of one. One Included: In the party were. to

>irressive spirit shown in this city, tors. Some few weeks ago, Attorney Steed made a plea be- (Small storeroom will be made at the Mr. and Mrs. J.- G. McCrory,, Mrs.

gamely Nothing will be too good for I IKilllimmep fore the members of the Chamber of Commerce for the [rear of these two rooms facing Darlington John McCulloch. Mr. Sheldon inspector
Actual work en the hew I The man or woman who doesn't avenue. All the'improvements of the McCrory stores .of'the a.
building will, it is believed, be started rend the be counted hometown newspaper know can is general support of the bond issue, and said in part, "It is will be the most modern obtainable. southern district, and D. M. Barrow, M
what
never on to
before the first of the coming going on.STUART. r a question of everyone getting behind this school problem, ble. I II of Tampa.

regardless of whether he favored ward schools or cen- I .- w, th

trally located schools, or whether he had a lot to sell, or -

HOME TALENT PLAY I R. GREINER did not approve the specific plans of the school trustees." MAYOR GILBERT DRAMA PLAYERS

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': PURCHASES STROUT fall deaf ANNOUNCES FOR ' ,... ,
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FRIDAY f MARCH 21 FARM AGENCY HERE ears. A reporter for The Gazette has talked with scores REELECTIONMAYOR.COMMISSIONER MARCH 26:' NEXT :'

of people on the subject of the proposed bond issue and -. .1 '
PROMINENT REALTY BROKER in favor of issuingthe WANTHTO .... ,.
is unanimous
the opinion practically
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"CLARENCE.T' BY BOOTH TARK- SEES BRIGHT FUTURE FOR COMPLETE PROGRAM "AN AMERICANCiRL'ta'TO; Btf
INGTON WILL BE STAGEDBY THIS SECTION school bonds to the amount of- $100,000.At I OF IMPROVEMENTS NINTH COMMUNITY STAGE, t

PUPILSThe ---,-- the office of C. E. Yowell, secretary of the Boardof OFFERING

I Somebody once remarked that straws Public Instruction, the records show that on September Mayor A. S. Gilbert announces in .._
which the wind blows 942 for February.This this issue of The Gazette for reelection
show recorded against
long looked-for "Clarence" will way 10, 781 pupils as The next presentation of the
March 21, at or words to that effect-and the con- the to the office he has so ably filled "
be staged Friday night shows tha !61-a ditional children have entered Drama Players which will be the
in the school auditor and during the past. Mayor Gilbert and
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o'clock high Itemplated street paving
ium. A well chosen cast and capa- other improvements slated program to take schools1 since the opening day or an increase 'of: 32 pupilsin' the city commissioners have mappedout ninth community play staged in Kis ,

ble supervision both contribute to place at once in Kieslmmee may have each of the,five school months. a program of improvements second simmee by Mr. and Mrs. Triplett "
making this one of the best ever produced since they came to the town'' a' year
by home 'talent in Kissimmee. something to do'with Stuart R Grei- Every man and woman who is entitled to vote should to none attempted by any small I, ago this month will be under the auspices

This play is one of Booth Tinkin ner one of the most prominent real to the tomorrow and vote for this bond issue: city in Florida and, naturally, ho of the Woman's Club and will
ton's finest works. It is a comedy in estate operators( of Lake county. de. go polls wants to do his part toward carrying
four acts, a scream from start to finish ciding to ca.t"his lot here. The polls open at 8 a. m. and close at sundown. E. G. Vans the project to a successful conclusion. bring forth the first society play of

better,'so come.if you feel Mingled like laughing with this you'd ha- -'Mr. Greiner has. purchased the Agnew, John McPhatter and H. C. Stanford have ,been II* also played a big part in the bulk the being series a ',splendid the vehicle four-act this occasion comect,..

mor la an allusive little romance between Strout Farm Agency, with offices ov appointed inspectors of this election. head improvements that means so drama, entitled, "An American GirL" *
Milton Graham, the hero, and eor'the postoffice, and has taken much to Kissimmee and fathered the Again the material chosen'1s entirely
Eunice Rivers, the heart Smashing charge and is now ready for business. -- improvements in the municipal electric -
all
governess. YouTl certainly miss located in Eustis for the light plIAnt that will change the different from easier works given *'
fle has been
something if you don't come and see aril while he still CITY COUNCIL DECIDE I I present overloaded plant into oneable by the home Thespians and bids fairto
I past two years, retains I
David Bronson, as Bobby, and Eleanor be pronounced the most enjoyable -t;
I to furnish all the light and -
his interest there, Mr. Greiner power
Rosen as his sister Cora, show of all .
their brotherly and sisterly love (1)( ) will move his family to this city as PA VING PROGRAM needed by the city for years to The story is most fascinating; richin '.
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for each other; and of course we must soon as school closes and become a come. He asks to be re-electted to with abundant vein of ..:
not overlook Ellanore Overt ereet, .s resident of Kissimmee. the office solely on his record and his romance an Y'l
the jealous stepmother, and K. l laugh-producing lines and situations. :
young fitness for the responsible
undisputed
S. Ledbeter, her tired husband. Re- The Gazette bespeaks for Mr. Grei i The action from the very first 'I. ti
hekah, as the dignified private secretary -I ner and family a hearty welcome and At the regular meeting of the I will hereafter outline and submit I I position. I I I brisk and snappy and holds the audience o n 1
and Fred Lupfer, Mr. Stem, ,Kissimmec securing it to the Chamber of Commerce for
as congratulates on Dr.
Chamber of Commerce yesterday MUTT AND JEFF AT ST. CLOUDTo firmly in its grasp until the
fall'i F
the' persistent wdower are both fine. : them as citizens.AMERICAN adoptation or rejection. They further
And last but least the Albert Marion Hyde, who has lectured of the final curtain.
not hyper- I outlined the bond issue and
present those who missed the perfor-
flutin' butler, Clyde Harris, and his state in the A cast of players has been selected ;
TODECOR.tTE
LEGION in practically every these citizens who
social love, the Irish house-maid, paving program to mance of Mutt and Jeff at the local that is particularly suited to the peculiar lI
played bv Lucile Griffin, will draw t KISSIMMEE Union, and who is on the staff of tho unanimously agreed that the same I I theater an opportunity will be given requirements of this great program I

many a hearty laugh I The American Legion has started Radcliffe Chautauqua, addressed the was the proper thing to do. Originally I I to sec this laughable show at the Palm and includes as Mrs. Carew, n-'
Reserved seat ticKets are now onwale that and said in the comprised,
members of body paving program theater in St. Cloud on Saturday, :r.
the mother, to be announced
as
at the Tress something that will add materially to ;
stand.
news Buy .I part that, "Kissimmee is right herein among other streets, the following: (I I March 15. There will be a matineeand 1
your ticket early and get a good seat. the already pretty view one receives twister, the 1 fireball, Miss Dot Makinrson
the and women to Beau- (
men from
street Clyde
this room Hughey an evening performance by ten
I from ; as Bolter, the American hustler '0\)}
At the last regular meeting of the when approaching: Broadway who are interested in the future wel- mont; Patrick street from Clyde to :I I and one-half people (little Jeff.) .
cither end of the city, by placing Mr. Triplett; as Sampson Craft, tbe'i 4
Makinson-Carson Post the here-and I street from Mab- i ;
of American fare of Kissimmee are Beaumont; Rose I| Tickets have been issued which ad-
flags on both sides of the street. villain, Albert Sutton; as Jasmine ,lI
Legion on Tuesday evening, resolutions and business want to leave this thought with you bette to Hugtiey; Vernon street from mits one school child for twenty-five Carew, the heroine, Miss Lucy Lup-
Each on
man
were drafted and sent to rep- Broadway will every ho requested by the -that you can get what you want Mabbette to Hughey, and Beaumont i i cents to a fifty .cent seat. I fer; as Philip DeNon, the artist, Cecil '1
resentatives in them make city just street from Sumner to IIuRhey. Someof
congress asking I and you can your
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American Legion to purchase a flag Kaler of Prentis; as Lady- ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilson
for an expression of opinion on the what you want to make it. Just the property owners on these .
the home The countess, Mrs. Triplett; as James,
question of outfit through post. amount work to the Leesburg, were visitors in Kissimmee
adjusted compensation. according to the of you streets have objected paving t
'Copies of the resolution were sent flag will be four by six feet feet and will put \into it you will be compensated." same under the city's plan, and have Thursday. They left for Lake Alfred the Sir John faithful Balfour servant, the, Walter gentleman Bass, ;Bill as
twelve
standard high.
to Senators Fletcher and Trammel)I; be on a Miss Green, one of the superintendents stated that in their opinion, it would in. the afternoon. RiClf&rd
Smith, and M.
Eighteen inches from the curb on Sydney as ;
Congressmen Joe Seam, Drane, of the Chautauqua, was also constitute a confiscation of their "
the officer.
each aide of Broadway, drectly in Mr. "Duly Appointed
Smithwick: and Clark. All have replied present at the luncheon and thankedthe property, and so the citizens and the .
of each business house will be Music will be supplied by a .plendict'orcheatra
but Senator Trammel! and have front members for the kindnesses city commission, after careful con- 4
iron which will be flush Dead BranchesNearly and a number' of bright
expressed themselves in favor of adjusted an housing shown the members of the Chnutau- sideration, decided that if these prop-
will be between
specialties introduced
with the sidewalk and when not in new
compensation legislation exceptConlTf'saman qua and said she had met many peo- erty owners felt that! it would amountto the acts all of which will be1 '
will be closed. everybody' carries
Sears, who states that use ple in Kissimmee that she would nev- a confiscation of their propertythat
The will bo kept inside the about with them some dead detailed in next week's issue r
ifthere can be shown some way that flag er forget. Miss Green then introduced the paving ought not to be done,
the state can raise the taxes to cover stores where they will be handy and Dr. Hyde. on the parts of the streets where the nnnecessary TREES FOR MEMORY 4
this item, he will favor it. at a moment's call each flag can be I The street paving! proposition was objections come from and so the city !I.
the curb and placed in its sock The civic section of the Woman's
out on Steed, commission have eliminated from : ity. It behooves people to take
.r also discussed by Attorney T
4) ct. Thus all the decorations on Broadway :I the time every BO often' to lop Club, under the direction of its chairman
PROGRAMSUNDAY I will be absolutely uniform and the who gave the following talk: I their paving program, the following: off all the branches that are no Mrs. A. T. Morrison, has planted
MARCH 16, 4 P. M. .' "Since last Thursday when the Hughey street from Clyde to Beau- longer of aervice. Fruitless twenty palms on the drive way \. ,'1
Broadway Band Stand flag will have nothing to obstruct It. Chamber of Commerce passed a reso- mont; Patrick from Rose to Beau habits of doing and thinkingmay leading to the city dock. These trees
I This also prevents the descreaiion of lution calling for a mass meeting for mont; Rose from Patrick to Hughey; I finally croM out all the have been planted in memory of; I
KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND the flag, which we understand is the and better impulses irtfcey are not pioneers or long-time residents of ,,
the of discussing the present Vernon from Bryan to Hughey, : J'
U. J. Qurrowa, Director object the .American Legion have in purpose destroyed in time. Kissimmee.'Within a ,short.time, possibly
o paving program in the city, the city Beaumont from Bryan to Hnghey. The two of the Want Ads is a twenty other trees-likewise
'Coronation March-xFrom the I view. commission realizing that nothingconatructive' By these eliminations the parties who good habit, which saakea for names-will be added to this drive-c: '
Prophet Meyerbeer Quite a number <-of the businessmen memorial. ,The list to date ,includes . -
Overure-T-------------- could come from such a have felt that it would 'amount to thrift and economy. Let' the way
Ring.. 'have already signed up,.for the habit where the tlM-followinC families:
forK;I the .that confiscation of their property, will Waat Ad grew
meeting reason everyone ,
\ J.-'J.i..;__.,_._.Bernard flag outfits which will be delivered and old branches have bee cut off Walter C. Bass Frank Baas."'John.
Cornet Duet.-Played bv' th Cake -' would not have an opportunity of being not be forced to pay any part of the : Beaman. G.,W.'Best, C. A. Carson; E.'
bnrted .DuetHt,..Jas.P.::'Locke It !Installed. within.threeiireeks. 't -.I heard and' also"for the 'reason paving program and cannot say that Read and.Use P. Caldwell; R. 8.< Floyd, day Johnson ' ,
Celebrated. Menuet .:;_._Paderweskln Miss Alma Griffin Bullock and lit- thai they had individually, and as acity'commsaior4 the city commissioners forced a streeton M.'Katz Claud.Lee, S. L.;. Lap.'

Selection-'prlnee- l ; ,INTERMISSION of Pilsen":'LudersIntermexzo __ tie Jo Berta,' .re''''in':Miami visiting consulted-with some them when they did'not want it. GAZETTE[ WANT ADS: H.fer,,M.John.Pfann McPhatter J.',Z.Roberson, T. Morrison, Miss,

-.J"The Shades L'P Night" Mrs., Bullock's :brother, Lawrence,. of the most influential citizens of the However at any. future time should PHONE : : Albina Smith (by-the Blether's dub)
Griffin. She ,will,:probably remain city .who advised against such ameeting"decidedKtoadopta ptese< city property owners desire : 11 .. O. ,T.I Singeltary J,'. W. Thompson. It
J.I cb-"Pa" In .w"...Safra11ek. :-' "' ,. ., plan as ,(Continued on Pace ,aid Green. .,Woodall._ &.E./'Towdl._ i... ,a
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I other: feature of' the work 01 the as-well as' -out-patient dep '< .

: ,. METHODISTS DOING i''board I of hospitals and homes On hospitals, dispensaries and JII
j this subject Dr Davie said! courts especially' tn',,larp clta.. "
I flrr I f WHEREORSHIP".I( !. "During the year the attention of show that verymarked ku
MUCH GOOD WORK local superintendents and. matrons of been made and progress) ...'
homes lor children has been called to have been benefited thereby" )
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I the necessity of giving detailed -
,'I i '" I[study to the welfare of orphan chile Walter Griffin, one of'Xlsvlmmee's.
r Creek BAPTIST CHURCH NEARLY! *1,000.000 IN FKEKSERV- ,dren in local communities.: This .hai popular :sons, spent over the '
'f. (: been productive of much, good. A with hi SIUJda.l
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'parent Mr. and .
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y r ( ) ) big heart. PAYS> FOR SPACE1 1 comprehensive: survey of this work In Griffin.' Walter is employed in Laka.,
DIST EPISCOPAL
p Brock IN THE GAZETTE CHURCH our .home. and child-placing;; agencies land.

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The First Baptist church Is run- -

Residence 945: a':,TO.- veek's ning a Issue paid ot advertisement The Oar.ette. m this Dr. N. of IE.the Davie board, correspondingsecretary : of hospitalsand IF YOU HAVE' NO CHURCH -HOME .

all
for ages. Frankly, we liko the business-like homes of the Methodist EpUcope.1
invite others
<< the' aggressiveness in church,, affairs of Church, announced today thai $t<<,-
i dent. Next 345 were gives away la free service the pastor and people of the First Baptist'i Church
very' Important Baptist I Rev. Knight, ; and the fine co-opera- rendered by the. Methodist Episcopal : hastento
'""; 11:00 a. m.- I' drive, 't Ion of his splendid membership ia hospitals and home relieving kk ask that you come with ''them' .
Rev.
,. mon by is f i !"-- 'proving attractive: : enough to draw and disconsolate humanity during ,
meeting
7'00: p. ,.- ( !Mr\ *. Nn- record-breaking! attendance upon_ allorvircu. 1923.:! I ,
ing. Interesting '' ', state : The year 1923 was the banner
7:30 p. \" and Since Rev. Knight came the year of all Methodist philanthropic 'CYF ,
upon Y k }FJ
history, said Dr. Davis. "The Methodist iT ; :
timony.fpimtional 1 ,.i next !field in December there have ..liecrifortvnine Episcopal: Church U developing.
er.a I j j () (' addition to the church, philanthropic consciousness.) rk Si Sit I
7:30 p. m.- : trots ono to seven each Sunday, nni i The church now has 175 JionpiUt: ,
1 Bible Teaching. jr. it was said yosiordny! that it is. t''
7:30 p. m.-' : . Hss i plan of the present :n.IininSs'trat'on, '1"" in $40,000,000 and $3,450-(
L: the'Sick.. ::! ti'<0 worth of build.ngs! were dodicati -
teaching. f I'ow- vi'-it every 1 family in Kissimmep i tliNummgr i I I i-I t year There is at present
t l r '. 2:30 p. m.- < amhurch. blliJ"il1P.'nlued At $2,445,000 in the ,
I I .L. cession.! All \ !I I: end) make) ;'an earnest (-'To' t couise of construction. I
r requests. :, 'it, "r or I Ito j \\"17Ihe>'" to the church of t'oi'1 The :Methodist Epiiwopil; ) Church is I
I Commutron' \ : I .. choce nnj its taking! care of 4,000 orphans, 1.8fOIWI" <
pr.n-V 'i I
Th'scan
rrr grm. R
each monih. l : men and women, an j i is treating Il l
foring token ) ) social' I to'I \'IIO s. it was understood, will be i-i ]l.'i'tlOii;; pationtn. There laa been an I'|I l '
month at nt IV ndvanee of nn evangelistic: effort: '.,..f I inc' ease: of 10,000,000 in properties:
Next Sunday : ; ,' J\'+ the church to lake place sometime iiuc 1'VJO.! : Thc Methodist Episcopal l lIv j
Missionary Da) : \ clabo! I during, the summer I ITIll' services of '('(' 1 1 'er, hospital of Methodism.\ treated
and l 7o:: 1 ( ,\ nnd I'll | inanagonipnt: I of this pupa ,. )
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m. p. la .11 sick person in I9a.: at. Lul.e'a
fo Christ's work ! : .'" In I beI :MiKiv. ,ilii! opportunity to romrr.i u- 1 lin! 'pit.il ,.f Cleveland! gave $140,141 :

I : I 111.. j: late Kis-imni"c upon; seeming !re- fni, free .service. Twenty-seven hospitals I '
j [ FIRST /! (: : ) :; :; ; :; ) ("; ', present, corps of preachers, end :.11 have l harm( made "Grade A," -

t( L Kcv. W. O. > : : :D rnit/ tie), churches are now doing their tc-t" receiving the certificate of recognition ,
,11- work. ( of the A men can Collage of Surgeons ---------- .
The ministers -
'I I 10:00: a. n1. ( ) II are poling tocether and twenty-seven more are
a \ Vowi'll, "uJ1e> ) ; '' i : ? 'l for the general: trood of I h.. ready for reoo ltion. Thirty-four
\, ed. Good ( ans I community, und every! religious interI1 (' for aged and 39 homes for First Baptist Church
'J come extended/ I 1 (; : (' est of the city is being: splenli.llysensed. i hildrcn during the year met the
Class studying n .: : "f tandards vet by the ch.rch. "We 1 Do Things and We Do Them Efficiently"Come

, brng n friend. ,:; evening I --- --- The corresponding secretary reported and lift with us and if this is
t see not the
11:00: a. tn.- 1 ( 1'< e. I REI.BI RT VKU ) approximately $2.604,000; raised Churchyou
: CU)SES
j. communion. ) Ei-Kmnn, IllS MINISTRY IN KISSIMMEENext in special campaign' duels the have been looking for all the time.
/ :, Subject: "Buy ( \o'rnv i I __ year among tho reoll 2t! belng.: a .
>I It Not." The I'h > ( ;thes. |I :: Sunday, March K>. bring to 145.000! nursea' home"fer'Use MetUo.Jist Bible School 9:45: a. m. Carson Farmer, superinten .
r them "Sing Ye \ '! of a 1 close! :Mr. :Ncw'.s: four months' \\ intor Episcopal Hoaoital at Philadelphia -
I dent.
by T. 10'. Selyal"d. I : '. Lit mini.-trv Attractive classes for all.
$220,000
',' at :St.:: John's Eni copal \ a gift to the Lord of
I 6:3O:: p. m.-- :, stern I bnrch 1 ; and he returns to V/nyne.i- Hospitals .and homes for the North-
I, 'I 7:30:: p. m.- i ), ha\i'J: v ille. North Caiolina next week. SUM-', next t Kansas conference, a gift of lIorninlVorship, 11 a. m. "Supject : "The Happiest
: t will be the third lav wjll !b.. the :!7'h anniversary{ of J3.r!>0000 to Asbury Heepital. Minne- Man\ In Kissimmee."
mons on the : ] I t "n c'n- ''inIJev., Mr. New's oidination iis aI11ll1ihll.r spell' a rift of $142,000 to Bibloy
,
: tc : ing the Holy v 0111,1I in I the church. 'Hospital. Washington. D. C. Evening Service 7:30
t y, I 001 it Mrs. Bailey ) I 'inn )he So-.ie. i, < will lie-'in at 8 a. m. with (Co-operation" has been established p. m. Theme : "Unavailing
Hornbalcer will ., ( : -uppoit.' ( Icbr.-ition with Prayer.
i of t'ie IT'-ly' Communio: i such> agencies a* the Hospital
.h .' ed by the choir, ,' I ,, \ treat "MI.I ill- ..; '
1 lector will pre-uh at the ie< Library and Service Bureau of Chiiugo I I I
; : 7:30: p. m.- ', : '\' mo ''ilar the So bundle
and
moinirijr American the
I. evening hours of College of Surgeons i up whole family and come
l' 4:00 ) in on.
: p. in.- ( .r worship. "' the American Hospital A. ociation :
dy class! for those II into Th. Rev. W. IT. Calf, of Colling- the National Protestant j All anthem by the Church Choir and number
a
I F the evening. Auo'l by
st ; I vvoo-l. ('una-'a, will assume chariro of ciation, the Council of '
,, .f i vited. | \' >r 1 lio- St. John's Church< so there will 1 bo, ro 'Christ in America, the American quartette, will feature Sunday's musical program.
i' 'i I.JU p. in.- I ; <' work break in tho :Nurse Asociatk t
!.
continuity of the wotk. and Ute Child .
4-r dy. i "' ting. Evorvbodv: is. most oordiallv invitd Welfare league. ,I j "You Will Like This Church-A Welcome as Genial
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i Christian 4:00: p. m.- : i t1Jt c-ngini-!/:I the 1 to nil -the Episcopal. - -- services.- Expansion: of child welfare it an- as Florida Sunshine Awaits You."

ler, .' \TTENTIOX. MEN: OFMErl10bIST -
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I hearsal. i a time> : CHURCH (0<:::::>00<=:>0
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t, Visitors invited i ign- Sunday is the
q Church study day that the :Men's
!
The church will Bible Class goes over the top. Every
r the tourists :: of scran life member of the clogs is requested to Q

al > good program is ) not allow anything to keep him nwiiv BIGlLOT SALE !

d r' ,, chestra, directed many from the class. Bring the man you
t will furnish!
1"T" min had lined up for last Sunday. Go

J. 1 E i I>RESln'TE | ('woul-: after him and stay until you get him.

I Bro. Miller is waiting to give us that Q
.f Rev. W. 11. '' cannot
": ;; they splendid turkey. dinner. Turkey is a
9:45: a. m. to treat these days. We have not forgotten e.

k 'y' D 11:00 B.: Shaver a. ,m. .' that chicken dinner are had recently E MAG'NOLIAPARKA

r$ t'' Subject! "On The is at the Bungalow and the fine .j

\ 3:00: 'p. m.- war speeches and music and good -tlme.i. I
J .' ; deavor. a minJ One'of the best speakers: Florida
;'-. l' 6:30: p. m.- a pre will be with us at our turkey ban-
deavor. mendi quet. We are *
planning for 100
t ; 7:30: men
p. m. Song
s' 1 tra. I I I ... in at the banquet. The men! say that
f 7SO: p. m.- of they arc going to make Kissimmoo ADDITION
and Bible service I I' (' one of the most delightful places in
4:00 ) .
) :
p. m i- Florida to' live and
.. are going to ,<
}, Bible Class. s,+ool- clean up the town materially morally .
Teacher.
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P I of the
7:30: I'. m.- and in every other way. They can / KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
.
oJ y
tice. 1 I! do it for there are no better men in I I ,

Visitors will find 'II' speak the state of Florida, I than in thin \
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to a homelike I thief' class.
_
.' of Priced at
( "Live-and-Let-Live"
; ST. JOHN'S ) (I < of -- Prices---Priced for

k :i Rev. Albert NC! i j / money coun Somebody done,said that it couldn't bi- r I 1 Q Quick Sales and Quick ReturnsFREE

,1 8:00: a. -The The But he with a chuckle replied, \

a' .5'- Parish 10:00: House.n. m.- ,'' BO Thnt maybe be one it couldn't, but he would <

d' 11:00: a. in.- nsks, < BUNGALOW
cV1 Who wouldn't so tiU-hv'd .
tor. the ny tried. i
td ;. 7:45: p. m.-This \\ er So he buckled right in with n trace I I Lovely little home GIVEN AWAY .
?- Mr. New's winter of n grin IOn ABSOLUTELY FREE Given
aimmec. j : the FREE and clear with abstract
Everybody (( |' llocke- his face. If he worried he hid showing perfect title. Lovely roomy BUNGALOW -
it.
our services. (' screened-in porches, beautiful wood work and fine floors. Plaster-
i lie started to sing ..
Tri- as he tackled the I ed. Never occupied. .
l + FIRST thing I

d Rev. Walter F I II That couldn'i, be done, AND/ HE 1 -This is our method of advertising. We have
I : )) DID IT. ( a fine proposition and want
J -r t I I 9:45: a. m.- ( to prove it to you. Write or come to the office. Ask about
son Farmer, ("on- WINTER our FREE COZY
Somebody scoffed HOME.
"Oh
the : you'll never
: I for ill
agts. : ( (
;' ..tJ'I.I f.' 11:00 a. m.- : j (' ular do that
t+ \ (' was At least no one has "
t Happiest" :Man In ever done it.
,.... ''t 6:30 p. rn.- i( of to B t he took off his coat and he took REMEMBER-NOW is the TIl\U -BUY today. Lots are going fast.
1't 7:30: p. m.- off his hat, WATCH
r'', p : I', gelistic 7:30 service. Aid small) is fid the first thing he knew he'd KISSIMMEE GROW-and HELP IT GROW.
p. m.-
':: ml'eting. to be begun it. (

,t : Renditions by th I 31, Wit the lift of his chin and a bit of a -MAGNOLIA PARK LOTS are a fine investment They will treble in
' 1- tet will feature the I grinIf value. Lots in leSS ideal locations
; r "You will like H. C. are selling in Kissimmee for
t i hos! any doubt rose he forbid it; MAGNOLIA PARK LOTS $200 to $300.
t come a. genial as !! He started superior in
d waits you." Mes- to sing as he tackled the for many ways are placed 'on the market
quick sale
II. M. thing at "LIVE and LET LIVE" prices.

) r FIRST MET '' M That couldn't be done, and HE DID)

I' i Rev. John F. I' IT. -Get busy. Buy Lots in Magnolia Park
Today.
Magnolia Park Lots
,
4 9:45 a. m.- I There are thousands to tell it are worth more than we are asking. We
1. you to
J r a Overatreet, cannot be done, next few weeks. Quick propose sell Every Lot ,to the
l" sale
4 be on time. There price, $50 to $125.
are thousands ,
to
., 11:00: ) a. m.- Day prophecy
I i,Subject "The Oak failure; Terms
: $10 Cash
'r. service. There are thousands Balance $5
Family Day at to point out. to per Month-No Jnterest-No Taxes'Magnolia '
'f 'quested to sit you, one by one, i
'1, : 1G. tier of the church The dangers that ..
t I U tend this service In But wait to assail you,
'7:80 p. .- just buckle right in with a bit of
6 ))4 a grin, Park Addition ;
t' :. +t" \ Subject "What I / i :
{, : Then Company
'ch etlan" 'Th.-' The take off your coat and go to !
.
4 tc s 'on ;Christian Life: : \ it. j'
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i ....TSQ 6:30. p.p. nu Ukf- South Just start. in to sing as you tackle M. V. BOXER. M. CASEINS. '- '. .

'"On of,,the Helps Invit the thing Kissimmee, lrl jyL{ 86 CHAS: T.TATUM' r1 ?

4f!." Prayer: sues That DO cannot! be done and YOU'LL > 4th Nat.Bank Bldg, Macon, Ga. aeo1\, C., and Id. -.Imm'ee, '..Fr.I." .. I. :\l ln

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.f .,. KISSIMMEE VALLET: GAZETTE.:FRIDAY, 'MARCH '14,1.UORANGE wl __ v1) \' :i '

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Ion/, to ,the cost "thereof., and none,
that will not be able to stand the asseuroent '
City Attorney W. / Steed Explains for the Improvement ,ROOMS WITH HOT',AND COLD WATER,, $1.50, '

The city hat within ,the put ,flve ROOMS WITH' CONNECTING
I BATH.u$2.00(
..ra'd' by taxation the sum of
Street $135.112.43( for an interest and sinking -
Proposed '
Paving Program fund. It.. tillage that scares ENJOYSA
LODGE YOUR WIFE: WILL :
.BLOSSOM Ko...80P. . away prospective investors, and under V
A A. M.
the methdd the
r present millare
Meeti'Fifit ai Third MondayEvening will not.have,to he Increased. Beefor =
each month. "Fraternity BaiL!' --- we ttet.throogh.vytth.payIng ,a,1100- DINNER

J. L. OveratnestWotshipful! Master It Is very unfortunate that there and benefit 000,00 bond issue, we will have paid
W L. Bullock.___........Secretary has been a mlsunderstaadng between lerybody surface drainage will ev $280.000.00>> for the use of 100000.00, '
If it became for
Members requested to be present and necessary or $180,000.00 in interest Let's dont AWAY FROM HOMENo
some of the property 'owners in the I I the city' to p.y'30 cent of the
.
Visiting Brothers .elcom.. I city relative to the method the city Ill cost of the contemplated per street SmCro..meat let any agitation regardless of the

commission Intends to use for carry* It would require a bond method stop the needed paving pro. ,- meal taste so ,good to the woman who is"
Ins out..the rain.' If the commissioner's is
g plan
paving
't.\\ program that is not less than 10000000.
now Under way. The city commissioners These bonds would more than apt be not the right one, then they are your forever cooking at 'home, as the one she does'not'cook
{ have requested the writer to thirty bonds for a long time servants and I feel sure that George herself.
year
make an explanation of the law which Wi Persons, A. 8. Gilbert and Howard ,
bond cells for than
a higher price a
they intended to operate under. Also abort time bond, and in order to Katz want to see the paving done in -After the wife has cooked and served meals ;

to this explain the business advantages of create a, sinking fund for the purpose a fair and business-like way. They for six days-give her a' rest-a real treat. She de,
method ask careful {
as with the only he
compared contideratjon-o _
of of 8 "
other method viti property owners cent thirty retiring year 100000.00 bonds, it would per require various'methods, and that no one t serves a good.Sunday dinner, and you can start this

a E. S. pay In 70 per cent and city 30 per cent. a yearly millage of. little permit himself to be misled. /Tare next Sunday by bringing your wife and 'family, to
the beginning I woullike to more than three mills based on the however some people w 0 .
Kissimmee Chapter No 62. Order state that I have talked to each city present valuation of the, city of Kis- opposed to the paving pfagnM: er our Special Sunday Dinner.
Eastern Star meets Second and commissioner{ and they requested me s.imm." The following will show the any method for they otrnot want
Fourth Thursday) evenings at Frater- to assure the public that they are sinking fund' and the millage at follows progress and are satisfied with KIs- SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER, 75c ;
nity Hall. willing to proceed in this paving program : at 8per simmee to remain in the unprogressive -
Mrs. M. Kat__._...Worthy Matron according to the wishes of a : Interest would on $100,000.00 class. I sincerely believe, how- Special Cusinc Special Service
cent to $6,000.00
amount a
Miss Elizabeth Donegan___Secretary majority of the intetietadpartie ever. that the majority are not in this
that do want year.Sinking! fund to retire $100 A WONDERFUL CHICKEN DINNER FOR 75cDAYSON'S
Members are requested to they not anyone to think class. .
and visitors cordially invited. that It is a personal matter with 000.00 of bonds within thirty years ..
them? that their minds are still open would require annually 3333.33, 9 ..4..9...... ... '
to conduct this paving making the total sinking fund,and .
program according HOTEL & CAFE
CHILDREN'S COUGHS to the wishes of the public, principal and interest, during the 1 fo THE WATCHER *
o
CMMren'w throats'are' delicate-aa4 and they Dubs ask that the public not of.the. bond., $9 833.33 annually. By *.

sensitive la play,. at aebool or work take snap judgment and not be mis I dividing the present valuation of the a + ...+;. o. ab6046aa0 -*-".* ,
they are rspnued to chillia drafts led. They ask careful consideration city of Klssimmee. which..la $3,082- RIVERS BLOCK, ,BROADWATJ '
their- little bodies are overheated from ,of the several methods that can be ;17 .00, into the amount necessary for Recent figures show that Florida *
xrci/M./ they cool off too quick and a employed and after such consdcra- the annual sinking fund. it will be has increased in wealth 162.9 per GEORGE R. DATSON, Proprietor

old eoamenres Beta in.to Tie oouxh minute get a your bottl.child of lion by the interested parties they desire .seen that it wUl require three mill cent during! the last ten years. Have b

oaardi'a Couch Hyrttp (Oeoaoted). the city commission to change each year to take care of the bond you got yours T
It is good for children's delicate tho plan that they have now in mind, I ssue. If. man owna apiece of t -""
throats protects the lUnA, relate the then they certainly will do ao. property valued at $$1,000.00, his tax A high-brow professor of an Eng-
paWta, and gives quick: rellet A The city is operating under Chapter alone for this interest and sinking 'ish university has figured out that 3

fcaralem, .safe. , pleasant remedy for No. 9298. Acts of 1923 which is a law und would amount to $3.00 a year smoking twenty cigarettes a day puts
eo.bp'and bronchitis* crinpe.-croup that I wboopinc* kealiac that was originallyprevared by John and during the period Of th'irt.y.an, five per cent of his blood out of commas -
SUM' soothing. Vine for adults too. C. Thompson, one of the foremost.ttome,1 he will have to pay 00,00-.s his ion. No wonder the vile little ..
JFor' sale at your drurtUC in the United States and hare of the 100000.00 'bond issue, ,hinge are called "coffin nails."

-- - -, who was requested by various city attorneys Under the plan which the city contemplated seeThe
in the state of Florida to using, the man who twos Lawyer at DinnerA Your children'sfood
ee prepare a law that would be of general that 1000.00 piece of property, successful lawyer necessarily has
operation in the state and enable would have to pay one-half according i. legal turn of mind. He does not
municipalities: to do paving and raise to front footage of the cost of look at things exactly as merchants .
q the necessary money to pay the contractor paving the street upon which his I or farmers do. When he leaves his
without having to wait the property aburts, and assuming: that ,office and goes to lunch after hours
completion of the work. Formerly, h is front footage would be 60 feet, of hard work writing contracts and
SANITARY without a bond issue for the entire which is about the usual width for other legal/ papers his mind in usuAlly
DAIRYCo"S.MILK cost of the improvement, cities were that class of property, and assumino lutlered up with terms used in his I'
ICE CREAM without funds to pay the contractor that his coat would be $3.50 .a front law foun :ry. He goes to the cafeteria .
lr until they made a sale of the; certificates foot, (the correct amount has not passes along the line collecting 1
which mould have to be after been ascertained but the cost on an things; to eat, then passes throughthe ,
the completion of the work. Thin law 18 foot street will be between three narrow gate where the inspector .
provides for the cities to issue pavingcitificatos tnd four dollars a front foot) then with a cold glitter in his eye assesses The foods your children "
prior to the completion: of this man would have to pay $210.00 the' damage. Th austere official then eat today, determine their i
the work and gives them the either in rash or If he
author- preferred ter arks his thumb in the d'rection of a .
:a1 i ia ihNa tv to bows bonds before the comp.o: annual payment of $21.00 h year hair indicating where he is to sit. strength and health in later ,

Lion of the work, to an amount nil: ) with interest. If this same proport- the lawyer sits down in the chair in- years. I
to exceed 70 per cent of the amount' (owner only paid 35 per cent (bcin iicated and thoughtfully looks at the i
of the I\I'e"Rr.lel1t. After the com- half of 70 per cent) under the forme 'inner l'h"ck'whil'h calls for the pay- !
lotion of the work should it be method and under the lav
present nent of 87 cents in !good and lawful
found that the estimates were too was required to pay 60 per cent? the money. As he contemplate the litIc Remember this; they must r
ATTENTION.? high. then the city refunds the difference I additional charge would under the pasteboard with its simple in- have well balanced meals. '
and then ban the authority to other plan amount to $63.00 or i iciiption his thoughts are different '
F ATI1 EKS RSUO additional bond, but not to: exceed i saving of $27.00 for.4hat propert- 'rom those of an ordinary person un- Their food should contain ,

30 per cent. Tho sale of the owner according to hfi front footage ler similar! circumstances. To him .. the right amout of mineral f
two issues of bonds would be sufficient I of 60 feet and according to hi* valuation the check is a deed for his dinner and salts.Thesesaltsactasbone .
for rive purpose of paying of
$1.300.00.
Sanitary Hairy milk) is entire coot of the ihould run about as follows: "TKe material
improvement. thl'I The the calculations building
I following are )arty of the first part, of his own *
der this law the ;
the milk for yjur folks. same governing : to-wit: t "rc:> will and accord does hereby sell,
It will benefit your baby. thority has the authority to assessall FORMER PLAN garter and to the of the
convey party
or any part of the coat of the improvement I Bakings that made of fII
jecond all are
Your' wife and children against the be 100000.00 part right, title or claim
will like it and it will bo ',improved. They .thou ht.property that to makean to 6% .o one perfectly good dinner for the good plain white flour and }

good for you. the assessment owners for tne benefited total. ,cost wouldbe to i E i 6,000.00 _____..__un___ $6,000.00 stipend wit: eighty-seven mutually one agreed hundredths upon; to-oft baking powder contain the

the property greatest good to the greatest $100.000.00 divided by 30 j dollar, receipt of which is hereby necessary amount of min-

number, and that is why there is a years ___________n_____ 3,333.33 ''ack edged. It is also understoodand eral salts. Allow chil
ANiZARYDAIRYC.A,1 your
that the ;
agreed party of the second
discussion in the city at the presenttthe
special assessments! to be made Yearly sinking fund far interest part shall exercise! all the rights 'dren to eat heartily of these

and __,____ of ownership in the aforesaid dinner
!n proportion to the peculiar benefit principal $9,333.3 bakings together.with fruitsand
't our lj11l4'man'COME to be derived from the improvementby f9.333.33: divided by 3082. to chew swallow and digest, each and ,
each lot or parcel of land, subjectto 179 (J928 valuationmakes, several parts thereof, or to dispose of dairy products., This .

the assessment find not to exceed a millaro of ._.____?*___ .003 it in any other manner, that is com forms an ideal food balance:, ." 4t .
the amount o( the benefit and to be 1000.00x3 mills $3.00 .per patible to the constitation'of the :
determined and pro rated on all lots year. For 30 years makes ". United States, Including. the Eighteenth '\ h//1:41. ;

and parcels of land adjoining and a total of ......_.....? 00.00 Amendment thereto. It is fur: '; '.When making quick rising :,,>,>,
contiguous or abounding and abutting CITY'S PLAN ' ther agreed that the aforesaid partyof ))2:'.; ,, :lfF'k''{ ?"'" breads and pastries such .:'
such ,the second part shall not muttl'r.cuss. ; ,
on improvement and the assessmente Assuming that the property oWner .. .Q"' .
to be made against each separate above mentioned had a front footageof or kick about any part of thesfo.'eRald as: biscuits, muffins/cakes' ?
lot according to the frontage of '60; dinner, or the service thereof
TO THE feet and that the cost per front waffles, etc., don't fail to '
the respective properties especially foot amounted to the estimated figureof or act in such way as to cause
of benefited. An assessment roll has to $3.C>0 per foot, then we will have the feelings of the party of the first use'Calumet-the economy'1
Business University be prepared, and filed which roll the following: partto be injured." Baking Powder. It contains

would show the amount of the assessment Estimated coot per front fooL.._3.50 The above is about the way a law -
Tampafor against each lot or parcel l of 70 per cent share ___ _____ 2.4r ver's mind runs while dining in lone- more than the ordinary "
land. and payments to be divided into nil additional, share- _-__--- 1.0" ly state at a cafeteria, but when his leavening strength-it's the .
ten nnnual installments if they so de His share under the hh in the sec'usion of his own homo
an accurate bu.lne train- city' plan $63.00 purest and surest leavener .
sired. It like the and
rec.ns some of By carefully dinner is not quite ready he accosts -
the
ing. Our enviable reputationfor property owners have been under the plans, it will readily cnnsMeiing be seen that tw nl- his wife with: "Say Mugging, made. That's why it helps .
imprefiiion. that 70 per cent! of thel'o..t though ; when, do ve eat?" 1
In make flour
the foods
property
accuracy creates a greater! of the improvement would be city not abut- your light .
ting on the street to be
demand for graduates than we born bv the abutting property owners not have to pay any part paved of the coit will "Hi irk building: covering an entire and easily digested. ...
and that 30 per cent. would be of the improvement block will be built by two of Clear- ve

cured. You comfort and welfare I- been no intention. on the part of the at the same three time cases the abovementioned coat Clearwater Sun in a big headline. Millions of mothers use .- '\ r
(city commissioners to mislead the for the The story is about the project which \
are paramount public for the matter ban appeared titular property: located on that par is to bo undertaken by Mrs. W. T. Calumet daily because they k
!in two issues of The Kissimmee Valley street will be considerably less interested in their ,
COME Gazette.The than if the city as a whole paid 30 Harrison and Mrs. F. J. Booth, who are child. ':
oer cent of his cost.! To the man that propose to build the Scranton Arcade ren's welfare-then present+ .: :;. \ ?
city commission, shortly afterthe is It will be constructed between Cleve-
willing
to penalize himself ..
and
pay and future health. ... :
paving program was agitated, more himself in order land and Park streets and Garden
the matter considerable thought to penalize and .ti I
gave property thnt is hot the avenue the Atlantc Coast Line
and after figuring out the cost and be paved, this argument on will street not to railroad. The Sun says that the cost PACKED IN TIN t;..,
the method of for the appear -
paying same, to be sound and of the new building will be some .
and finding that it would be less expensive him To the man no one that can desires convince where about 'l O.OOO. and as con- KEEPS STRENGTH IN '
Genuine Cavendish to each property owner abutting tracts have been
the street to be paved for the lowest already signed work
on the Improvement if they proceeded cost to himself then the city's plan ''s to begin at once. The old Phoenix ...
under the 192S law and assess will be the hotel now on the site, will be moved. 9
the total cost, derided to use that one and he can readily see The Arcade
the advantages in will make the name o t-
Plants dollars and
Banana method. There is no doubt, as will to his own pocketbook. cents the Scranton family well known i in
hereafter be shown, that it will be
Cloarwater, and that section as
less expensive to the abuttig property There is another thing to be considered the pioneer settlers. The two women among "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT
IFOR SALE owner than the former method and that is that the present mentioned as undertaking the Before buyingprt our new January price list of our ''SIMON PURR
and the only argument that can be paving program comprises most all of construction and "UKM UK ANUS" which have been the Standard of Quality for thee
the principal streets in the city of of the business block ar mint forty year with Floridarow era. Price. always right, quality eon
50c advanced against this law is that Kissimmee heirs to tho Scranton estate and pro Idered, not the cheapest but the beat for r Mult.. Alao price Hats of
Price, per plant there will be some property in the estimated and it is conservatively Dose to perpetuate tho name of the Iniectlcldea. Sprayer. Duatera and Dusts. 1S14 Almanac will soon be
city of" Kissimmee not contiguous or that about 76 per cent of family. ready Wrlto for one.

.Meow. abutting upon a street to .be improved the make property in the city is going to E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
that will not have to a part up the $082,179.00 valuation
pay
of the cost of the Improvement, to- will have to pay the cost of the var "Getting the lArd with you" isn'tso x
ious street improvement, and so i it hard Mr. Farmer, if you'll select
Pahokee Banana Nursery wit: Its pro rata share of 30 per cent,
by a bond issue. But this argument is "hits more than a majority of the rood land prepare it well-, use, 'roodseed
not sound, for the reason that the property equally that is now yieldin cultivate properly and mix in a
CHARLES DIMICK, PnprieterPahokee cost to the property owner on a street the revenue of the city. Another: little common sense now and then.,
improved will be less under this thing to consider is that within a
Florida method than under the other method short time it will be necessary to ex I J. R. CLAY -
and for anyone to object to the city tend the paving on a large majorityof At Death's Door i
'operating! under the present law, streets, and\, when those extensions
--- - -- -- - would amount to the same thing as are made, tho abutting property owners "Ten years of stomach trouble re
penalising yourself in order to penalize on the extended streets will like duced me to a living skeleton. I had and Machine
someone else. Under the Present wise have to pay the entire cost of I attacks of pain that doubled me up Garage Shop
GET law. the only proportion of the ,the improvement, and the property on like a jack-knife and I was as yellowas
cost of the Improvement that the city the street that will be paved at this a. ,gold piece. No medicine or doctors r
at large will have to stand, a"d..J'ay ,time will not hare to pay any of the helped me and was really at t
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SUCCESSOR CLAY THOMAS
INFORMATION"ABOUT TilE for by taxation, would be the pro i cost of paving on the extended streets death's door. A lodge brother advised
rata cost of the around the There will be no sinking fund for
paving me to try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy,
Business: University of t't'I. city hall, around the post office property I principal and Interest to be paid. Tha and I found it to be the only medicine Farming Machinery

'. . ),. \I.>';" ' about one-half- the of city commissioners feel sure that i if to touch my case. It is a simple ,
''F Ta Neptune Road and all surface drainage all of the interested parties would I. harmless preparation that removes

pa aa the city has no authority to give this matter, their consideration, the catarrhal mucus' from the intestinal Gas Engines:.and ;Pumps,Re_ 1 uiltBEARINGS ,
'" i make a special assessment againstproperty and.figure out the expenses under the tract and allays the inflammation I
"I1gtbnMatse6eol: la. Fl'orUdV" of- the United States two different that -
>t, government plans they will 1 which causes practically all
. ; could not mate special assessment ;; readily:undentlnd,the same. an\see stomach liver and intestinal, ailments ::8 '
t'. . ;Tampa", and" Casa. Streets.' against the city's own propierty ; the Advantage to be gained. They ,. including, appendicitis. One :.,''F'OR" NEARLY ;ALL :;MAKES.. ;OF. GARS \

Ta.pa;; ,Florida ., about one-half of the Neptune feel.that there !Is no property on anv dove ,will convince .-or money: refund '. . -
: .'/' : ;'I :t ,.; tJ}:"! ........... ?.'- RoAd..Is-Jn-the;lake-and.there is>nproperty" e street that;.. to be paved which will 1 d. ,.J..z. Robenon" and druggists. .
. I." ,whichouJdN"be,* : e"ed, !not,bo'enhanced In value, in proper everywhere.
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FRIDAY MARCH 14, 1 24KISSIMMEE
rou KISS 1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. -

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thoulan'd -- at the Court of Versailles the Gov-'i surprised\ that you, dear reader,a r; i'' .i
I of families and one dollars ernment of ale United States has had i ino already developing* a smile at the '" ,1'I

I- J VALLEY GAZET1EJ, for' single persons. Senator Tram- foreign policy in Europe. We have ]prospect of a few pufTbla! being fired -*, *' ,

moll's amendment was referred to the BOOSTER been idlers on the firing line We sat < point blank at the .Chamber of J
PUBLISHED BT Senate Committed now "conaid rlng 4' BE A on the wayside and let the onward : TUB KISSIMMKU VAUH> OAZE1'TEJ ,
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If ' l' march of civilization go by with out ';you-this( trip.
the House Bill. -
KI81MME.EVERY;'=FR.IDATKUOUIDA.. taking a part. I IIlia I have been worth just $10. a )feat'to

i ". .*, Mrs. Thompson a daughter of, Boost your city. boost' ,.ouririt'nd; condemnation America's dejlscrtion I the Chamber of Commerce;, no'
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: Ii. A. NKKL, the church that attend- And as a man who-'hasnt "
'" ',: Boost you of its post of'honor and duty con-
Editor and Manager Champ Clark, is being urged to accept 'tributed
J -, i Boost the street on which you're dwelling.Boost .' and one single hour"of his time
J n. AONKW.: World
H. VANS after the war was strong
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.. ;1Seeratar, and Treasurer1ItATICM! the, offer ot the Democratic nomination -.4 ; ,:i:?!.:!,' the goods .that 'you are. selling. deserved. "Your markets: for American i in an honest, or any, effort to Improve '
in the New Orleans the work of that ,
-- - -- for Congress ,N'i> r,""'" busy organization.: ;
I .On" NVl1StR119'IUN
l' One* Copy.Copy. 1 lit _.. .:....... ..0 the for whom 1Abor'Boollt -
4'i On, Copy. Three Montha' throughout the country would man you neighbor. in the,, European coun TWO IlETIrtEMENTS: THAT 'ARK"
nnd
f"; 4Ent.rcd at the pO.tOfflORt Kl..lm- be gratified 'at the presence of a the stranger, your tries.: That instability of Government REGRETTEDAnnouncements '

J.. .-.. Florida$ na "cond-clu. matter.) daughter of the old loader In the Boost tlie town1 free camp ground giving. was caused by the fact that

l' All communlratlona except from authorised Housed even those who feel that a That's the place to ,buy your living when tine time came for America to were made In the

i '1 corrmpondenta.
ttejected matter will be returned If : Boost it to the final letter. The KUsimmee Valley Gazette
.. called for. woufd store their feelings in a case A. TOURIST. world she failed. The American boy : that W. B. ,
r 4., like this. It would be a tribute to your Ions and mine did not fail to do Harris formerly half owner .
IForsise Advertising RrnrMntatlv I Ii Thanks for a good camping ground. of the paper and Allison! T.
French
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1 i, THE AMERICAN PRESS: ASSOCIATION | a woman worthy in her right to e'oet their part when their country summoned ,
I' editor
t ; the daughter of the great Missourian them to the firing line. They has yielded their hold oa the
tripod'and
--- -- control of the
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; I FIIIDAY! MARCH 11. 1921 to the House of Representatives, a _. went over the top and paid the price. last paper with
- -- ------- week's issue. This
tribute which every Democrat, no -- : They established the position of announcementwill
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.: President Coolidge is till clean and matter., wlll.'re.he. residue, wouldf the community and the America as the greatest nation in the be received with a great deal ofregret

; i hat he has a part in the paying. Ami for jrnified procedure. Without l..hia'hrR who tako no part in suchJwoik world. But when your Government'stime by tho newspaper fraternity
the is beginning to I
but contribute nothing mentally
-eool. country
I' reconcilable Senate 'committee of the state
especially the
i really such a recognitionvouM/ 11' ; that i caine to ''feo over the and by old-time
\ L doubt whether he fa cpurajjcously independent physically or financially to these! acivitivf. lop
t .r and safely sound as was appreciated by nil Republican*, tind, the pub'ic! would never have ( but tvho sharp in tho prosper- take its part in the affairs of the folks of Oscoola county who had

: at first thought. there are milliftis of them, who admire I known; the looting of oil reservesand i"'. or J proitiess of the work dono by \\' to insure: that peace that restored -.; known,."DIII" Harris as the editor of

: ; ___.__ long and faithful service such asher tho corruption of public oflica; s others. I the opportunity of men to I The Gazette for nearly a quarter ofa

": '. Some of the good! old ten commandments father tendered the country, no in the YflCt it-fined, delicate! teniptin'r ,! burden-l-cArcTs J In one .class, the am upbuildoni.to be found They the 'work anti women to live your Government century. Mr. French made a place

;, f. would sound appreciatingly appropriate matter fiom what party it comes. So 1 way Known lo a 1110:1: <')'-10vinlt a"e, ''are o-f fen men 'who reap far leas in- i flunked." for himself as the editorial 'writer on

in party platforms this) much noise is made in the eTort! 10 would have )proceeded until. some ether I Iii 'dad profit from .he growth thud I Mr! Underwood has been trained BO The Gazette during the past two"!II"'

: year. "Thou shalt not steal," and gain party ascendency, that wo for- La Follttll'I uppejiej upon the j' di--1-loped, than thA bund" shrinVera long during hit years in Congress to when the prosperity of the county

';J "Thou shall not bear false witness"
'j i would make telling slogans. country we ale pretty much one and (ion, and some other Wa'n'.i!! uvvc'ope ;i' their it is often funeral/said would in many be art a ntsbet f town ta that theciflbmUnity. : problem that it is natural for him to the owner could no longer keep the

the same: to force the investigation: into the "tripod" righted without
J assistance
has been intimating to i: accent this feature cf n world problem -
I ; Congress : remotest corner( {I I How shall this situation be and the farewell printed l..tek
4 t I the President certain things} it wants The t fighting/ spirit in :Mr. laugh-/ !:!! met in its application to his own
til
It !b not t-o much the loss of :|p I wi iih fairness to every. property owner in The Gazette will'be of general in '
:
::: done and we are wondering if there city if commendable and we an gludIn and, t country.We
business
which nature or man could have compensated ) every interest? Shall terest to the Tribune readers (
) Is not some gratification in the l'ie-- see him loll up his sleeves] and 1 ir"> the men1n\ reAl a harvest where are not writing to boost Mr. since
: ( for in some it is not the
WilY; Tribune claima
'f into the his the have not Underwood, but to make this point. only about half
< ident's request for looking for : rights. Whatever charges! which. they sown any activity be
I. record of certain members of ConJ may l be, there is a manliness in telfJefonse so much the loss of confidence entirely, fietfrom all responsibility every economic question when ,viewed the age of The Valley Gazette. Thi
I can be re'tored; but the rl.'v..lat'on ofa for doing their part in upbuilding from the has its in Tribune editor having been at one
J gress.Charges. which is to be admited: in any right angle roots ,
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sinister force the outside i work ? Or shall
on time
great, j every community associated with Mr. Harris '
the i 'Oft
lseal. and ideal is conducive
and counter-charges;;; : ;;: are red-blooded mini. His nppo ntn.entought of officialdom, with the meins the I| find a way to make every man share every The Gazette feels that the n
J I never to have been made, and in equal responsibility financially to to the right adjustment of economic wspspY
being made by [both Democrats and never was a.credit to the udmin'stra-: I heiut and the hand! to corrupt newspapers the extent of his ability Or: his property problems. Our duty as he sees it, is fraternity and Osccola county .is lei-

Republicans that each is trying to and officials, and to enlNt i'l frr ing a good worker in the retirementof
I ion. and while il is hoped that no. cnirying on the .pbuflJing to adjust the economics but he necessarily -
'smear the other with oil" for its service the be1men) in the fa-no wok of his Mr. *
political crime i is charl'o Lie to him it st'em- town city or state follows the Wilsonian ideal] Harris and in the ease .f Mr.
,I, purposes. The public is sagacious manner as the spiiler! enlisted the fly. Every commercial organization in French feels that this section I I..
to that "
1 pictty plain (lint he has been a get readjustment.IT
I enough to see that no bets are being political i is the great menacing force w'lich the country h'\s t'cmatsIlUy.hai I ,to one of its best boosters.-St. Cleod '
Attoincy General and if this 'II firi' the difficulty of securing'memo
Officeholders'arc
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overlooked either. diptuibs and threatens. -
by Tribune. '
:4 is shown by the investigation, it will | bership dues sufficient to carry on its IS APPLICABLE EVERYWHEREPeople :
comparatively! few and ,can be iwoik. t If ten -
uf incalculable benefit the I the executive officers
J I "i Such a little thing;( as slipping one prove Politics] into to other chanprid I. and t'oee) upon whom BUSpicion i have to dcv te their time largely to in the larger cities sometimes I THE KISSIMMEE! VALLEY
I country. '
when involved mAy creep
over on Congress truth is -
I comes because of forced association '-raising the incney for their own salaries have the same things to learn GAZETTE CHANGES
docs not McLean's admiration dcpaitnicnts, their heads m I'I\// HANDS
2 -' mar or for the expenses connected ,
should finj the i invcsiigation that smaller places rarely ever graduate ---
practice to .ume extent< \ tin- u> with. the
for the true and beautiful, operation of thnir organlration
:. a boon.It in. A good friend of The (.larctte In the issue of February 29, President
I The
habit of of which
r so between the whoa trying to dodge taking care piiri interests energy should be
;': truth he sends the President a message without irreparable injur !but is those who are on the out.j.J11111 be (fix, en to lenl constructive work Is seems to have stumbled upona W. Ii. Harris and Editor AllisonT.

I the for selfish purposes attack the ben't iluis nb orl><-il in money raising. fact ,that gave;( his mind a twiit to.wards French bid farewell to the readersof
of
telling him how much he admires Department .Ju ;
( Tin
"f the and their 5e trio) aie often discouraged dillIt'I",1 The
country inject palliating a new slant end we opine that Kissimmee Valley Gazette and
I.. the truth beautifully told. 1. above u-piciun; undi-i: :Mr.flauIertv lii'iii e ,
.1 by the
,, :: \ !! it has never been., I If heis poisonous sedative thit, ie-d 1 thfir efforts niggardly are received way inwbicii there are other minds in this! little Mr. II. A. Noel takes the helm.

t..1 t : J It is not charged; that those who able to 1 pi 10\t'. and we Mnceiely to be investigated: .] and exposed.We I the liiiidin' shirkers. Men of proper.by city that would at least bt more To the new owner Mr. II. 'A. Neel.)

) J ; profited directly and indirectly by the hepe he n, or will bi, that skirts are view; more with pity than in It which; will! be greatly advanced in peaceful if they could come in possession the fraternity of scissors and paste

,' I "' J i oil deals spent their money in riotous clear of any unlawful ac's, the insistence anger those in official circles who valiMby the. w rk of commercial or- of this \eupoinl as expressed to pot will extend a cordial welcome and

[ S. : living but the Forbes outfit have this of :Mr. Lodge and others of have bepn swerved! by temptations) FO i-nntithtiti riii7tonx, ,! < w:1I: sometimes -refusa to the writer a few days ago. Our if he getsas much fun out of hI. jobas

F : :'., additional sin to account for and as his own party upon lii.i resignation nppealin-j] in a t time when the, power I is unfair' to a the dollar burden-beamm to their work.U the It friend did not tell us how he happened I do the rest of us.. he will K. ahead

", I' th money they spent added to the distress will show that they do not approveof of money is the enthroned enticement men, who are. willing to (five of their to "jtrrne" but the follow inir remarks .of the game whether he pays art In-

t I ; of the sick and crippled: soldiers, the "political temperament". in this for most men. They are enemies tltllc and (cnprcrv" and- mrtnair t/t .* in.'tiuctive I exhibit a familiar starting come tax or not.-Miami I>..t.

'1 1;. the crime has a darker dye than that branch of the government: mostly of themselves.! Hut thrive who} work for a community(; ;; that t : place and the novel larding:

j J J f[r: 'I; charged in the oil cases. use the lomptinsr power have no respect "tinKurd'nsh'rkorti.(.. erioirt. shou'd profit I have said many unkind and several of The Hardtc hoard of county commissioner
without lurid
| KISSIMMKE'S I for their fellows and me enemies to. contributing there bitter things of and concerning county the $850.000
}t I' To be sure there ought to be probing -| TOURIST CAM of the institutions of thtir oun- our Chamber of Commerce and howit highway 6 per cent bonds recently, at
I't Theonlt- to reach a meeting hrlil for
'4 ;I- of land grants to railroads. If I wnv the shirkers spends my contributions which fr that purpose for
t ; land that was granted to railroads Kissimmec has every right to ry. i is to plan whereby all property is many years I have paid into that organization $880,175./ netting the county a premIum
a proud of her tourist located in Not tho least part of theork of of $30,175."Pavlnlf .
1r t generation have since to camp, I laxcxl to support publicity organizations. as regularly as I pay my
ago proved the north-eastern of the the investigation committee is the I taxes.I .
#: 1.; be oil part city, The Record concludes that this work is to begin at
bearing once on
proper adjustment which is equipped with all modern exposing of brib>.'-givers and! those i is "the only fair when I entertain a suspicion that there the big, third-of-a-million-dollar
should way wisely devised program
be
made.
But there seems to II conveniences who knowingly condone (heir work areseveral, perhaps as many as a to improve the
J including a community and roads, street.
: managed. Tampa Tri dozen.
be other
q great anxiety to dig up King Tut contributors to the drives and .
alltyi of
house either
much in need of repair, but openly .or under cover. b une. chamber's Winter Park.
budirot who have done
just at this time when the living, .the remarks the Winter Park Herald.
which will ,be repaired and reno\uted same thing. Indeed I would not be "Bids
pulsating have been
is
-h present filled with press. I accepted.
at TAXATION FOR PUBLICITY
once. Septic tanks two
p more GOOD .
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Ing demands for BUSINESS FOLLOWS THE -
investigation. -- -
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a the, benefit of -- - --

!;4 i' Not so long ago It was the boast of those who- do their laundry work ,on The Manufacturers Record was so IDBAL .
impressed by article written for .. ,
n
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:: the Department of Justice that ,the the grounds and many other.Improvements -a The policy of letting 'tho farmer
I It by Willis R. Powell, secretary of theLake .
-4 I : head of the great Burns' detective are contemplated: : for the near work out; his own salvation by "aim. .
'c
x :- - I: agency was to serve it, and we felt I future and it is expected that Kissim- the County Chamber ( Commerce pie and direct methods'p' it in by the ,
on advantages of financing towr
j are the country was safer; and it mee will have one of the best o juip- and city publicity woik by direct txa farmer himself" an .8Urr! te4'by the

4 # was for the few national corruption- ped tourist camps in the stat next Piesident in his doe
ation, that it has had :'III'. Powell1'article message not
t istl! so far as they could make it for season. I leprinted in older form. nurf 1 seem to meoi the idea of the Agricultural -
.' While some cities in South Florida
themselves if the. reports from Committee in the Senate.
A
; Washington are verified as to Burns'effort have rather discouraged touiitt i I it i is being distributed g.IICI ally I.bill> was reported out by the committee -
throughout the together w.t
", to protect McLean from camps, Ki sinun<'e has always made country.
ex1 a day two
or
Call
the Record's editorial ago creating an eltp"rt -
F '1 posure. tourists welcome nnd endeavored to : on the subject 'Phone
Mr. Powell's\ aitu-lo, cites the coi-poi ation and authorizing it
!make their with experience -
stay us us plcaHint to
I.- The Gazette has receiveJ one of the. as possible.An i I i I f Luke county ill adopting} this,, purchase agricultural commodities
I during cnocN
1; -S new booklets issued by the Sanford editorial, headed "Ilon't I DeI I means of paying for, its publicity ultimate j of farm depression for

j_ ;, Chamber of Commerce-its a beauty; spin the TouriH Camp," in the ]last I WOI'I.V.. M. ljr<'u, of that county. IM'ticds of Bubin foreign markets. The

.:- filled with illustrations and detailed number of "Floiida, ," among other !vad passed, by the legislature an act 'd by evidential li-pre'tion to >he detarmin-

i, : information a.bout Sanford and the ), things, says: making it legal/ 1 for counties or t"\\'II'" proclamation an an'i.fll.rgt.flc.y"

-i,' I entire state of Florida. This is the I Those who have, regaifJe
r third booklet issued by the Sanford ist camp with indifference, or with no county soon took advantage: of this : a cental stork of $200,000,001), ) .

:' j Chamber and is certain to bring nw intere-t whatever, have failed to take opportunity and. imposed a two-mill Th s movement especially recogniz-:

: j investors and home-seekers to that into their survey a force which actually tax. seven citizens pladging themselves CH and emphasized the value of for-
L- amounts to much more than a eijfn] markets to the
favored \ in the event the expenditure of American fanner. -
spot.
: Ofvp=y eamn of essentially uiixtub'e.iml ", It
,u, nomadichaiatcr.. i the money raised should prove unsatisfactory seems to verify the contention.

We observe that the "opposition: I Many sulwluntinl I anil worthy people in its iv-iult-s hat I thcN' that the country's isolation policy ha< :

-It papers" are devoting more than usu- i unto br> found among! I the cimpers. would personally ifimburse) the conn' contributed towu-ds keeping one of

,-, I1. al space in calling attention to the Ivirif. They for 'tIi'have: chosen ths mode of tv in fjjll. Theie was no dcni.in I for thef H inters1 market, and a very impmtant I

: fine poise and unswerving rectitude o' or t en'l'rvation h"ulth
,.-. ., : President Coolid>{e. lie deserves all I in the b,' pfid' nt clinvite which) we ) is levying one and onc-rjuaMer I mil; ] conditions. The country has

h. I : they have said about'' him but that i ii I all brag about but which compara mills for this purpose. When tins lt'\ > stood bv and, witnessed the turmoils

not what we started to remark. Gosh!' tively few of us utilize in any logical, was made the county commissions' .sstatitl of Europe increase, and while it aasumcd -

I f c How jrratfying these editors must be, i and It advantageous seem< upon: A mnnner.careful: con-ld"rA- that, in four years, the |iiuh- a part in the conflict that rent "So the People May Know" '
y- asundi-r
that they have one man reft in Wash tion of the subject that the tourist licity tax had cost the people. of Lake the conditions which makemarkets

p.1 .- t $ington they can bet on without fear camper bus the better of the urgu-: (county )loss t Iran the cost of one mile it has steadily refused to

and trembling. ment nor is it right/ to minim;/(. hm I i <,f ii.iproved. road, but that for tlii- oin in ally effort to restore these con .
I trade va'u" In consequence of his, "5:58: ditions. The Valley GazrUr'n desire is to
money
settlers
new had been ,
t- coming new shops and stores have print all the news all the lime
: Celebrating the but
'' handsome completim of a L sprung up for his convenience and be obtained whos"'lIlue to the community -j The result is dev'ice'! of many 1 kinds unless item are sent in by phone .
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; ;; I new building; and the installation contributes "his quota to the channelsof is estimated at $10,000 each, or. must \be rcsoited to that a wemhlancc card or letter we cannot hope to get

; "' : of an up-to-date printing commerce ndt specifically up to I jr.s.sso.ooo.:: I of normalcy may obtain in this c un- it all. If you know of any Item of
plant the Apopka Chief serve him. news The Valley Gazette will
last week try. be
I :.; J' : -- -- Through this method] of publicity I glad to print it. very
came out
with
a 24-page
edition
; -, fa about the neatest example of (that: TilE SPIDER AND THH FLYIt the county'.s population has double!.! I I' Upon his return from Europe some Club, Society Lodge.
print in four months Church
years and there have been, airo. Senator Underwood or
called School
__ ing we have seen in note; people
a long time. The going
develops that
Doheny endeavored I wonderful increases in attention to this away or
taxall"'lIlul's., situation, and coming back
_ __ :" paper is chock full of interesting to entice Senator Wnlsch in made births ; marriages, deslhs or
into oil investments bank resources and in production it the burden of his addresses items
: concerning
: : ., new matter and the large amount of' with him before the investigation Mr. Powell upon European building operations : visitors
real
; : f' dvertiVng; shows correctly argues that this conditions. Last week estate deals
} that section that the people of of the oil leases got;( under plan should he adopted generally this same student of economic affairs in neighbors fact! moving in or going out and
are with The anything that
I Chief in its The will make
way.
purpose was dearly to throughout the again net out in The
,1' t efforts to tell the world of the get country-and certain bold _plain terms._ n__,_ Valley Gazette more interesting to It.
: advantages tbe'many1' senator into a position where the ly the experience o-f Lake County. i. our bhortcomings In this regard. lie readers.TheVValley.
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investigation would embarrass him. strong testimony in favor of this ar does not discuss the question from /

.1 These children of mammon are the gument. Of all the point of spiritual the ; Gazette's motto Is: "So
f- Senator Park Trammell! has offered course counties and values or ideal. People May Know"
wisest and to
of their that .
: : '.;" an amendment to the House Tax Re- fort generation. Their ef communities would not be able to ob ism but strictly from a business end we ask year co-operation.
? ; to contaminate or comprom'so tain publicity of point and with the
3 k; daction Bill which provides for men the capability idea of restoring
j an exemption every man in official position who : and power of Willis Powell-but the market the ''Help
t from income tax of three they continued loss of us boost Kissimmeo"
V. : thousand dollars for heads of fami might cause them trouble is the largest would surely show remarkable (rains which makes experimenting with ex

4. 1J lies, with four hundred dollars for and most blatant conspiracy. I even with less efficient agenci s. : port corporations necessary.No \

*. !r ach minor child and an exemption of against the country of the age. And In commenting on Mr. Powell's ar matter what political party

,4 -fr two thousand dollars for single yet we hear complaints made that the tide, the Manufacturers Record says: belong to," he told his aoditori. "you you
., ;;s per Investigation i Is going too far that it In might as well look the fae in
$onL The measure at it the every community there are two the ,
passed is face that
: flours allowed shocking public confidence that it clashes' of people, the workers and during, the life of this Administration ;
i an exemption ''of only is playing politics. It is even iest. shirkers; the men of enterprise and the for the first time* in the S j
pr -
twenty-fire. hundred dollars for heads !j Jed activity who history of this Government far -
.. -i. that the matter should have been give of their mental and first time the "
0 : t physical and financial strength to the since Benjamin' Franklin -

represented the Continental Confrets i.: .
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WIDE'DISTRIBUTION If"under to give the It a wider distribution. bo1deaux.'mlxtu.. ..., get in, touch,with 44'04t0,40089'Q00.O.. O .. \. ;. .. ... . ,. .O.0004+4 ,

I common dividend present 10 per cent L your ,county agent, as be has sheets "
rate each POINTERS
new AGRICULTURAL -
share of common stock will receive fixed up' giving full directions' for

OF' SODEBAKER'SSTOCKIS dividends of $1 qnarterly of $4 per making and mixing It. .
annum. J. n. OVfiN COUNT ,AGENT I Keep your grove in the best possible <

"The new plan will become effective shape this' yean In all proba-

PLANNED .tockholdrs rovided at it the U approved by the Again we hare been fortunate bility ,the price,wiD come back.in good TAX NOTICE l 4 :

April 1. a. already special VVOtVW aStockholders meeting. of enough miss freeze.if it was only shape this'year and the ones'who are 1'
1 I by.a.,nw'deirre.ti.-'Do; ; 't discouri ,
are aware of difficul get prepared will-reap": the benefit
PROPOSAL TO EXCHANGE TWO ties attendant on a wide distribution aged.: If the water and wind ruined Do you need the help of the county

AND ONE-HALF SHARES OF of in the nigh market priced above common stocks selling your,young truck, plant;'again just as agent, or would you like ,for him to ,NOTICE is hereby gj.ven'that the ,tax booksof
$100 a ahavw soon as you possibly can. Everythingabove call at'your'place If let
please
so,
NEW'FOR ONE SHARE OF nniie otudeoaKer ,
PRESENT STOCK i* fairly! weU distributed common the directors stock ws U bound to be late this It be known as he has a lot of,territory Osceola County for.Jt; theyear. 1923 will closepromptly'

feel that a much wider distribution spring, so you have a 'good chance to cover and the best way to be
l [ among employees,, dealers car own yet. *., sure of his getting there is to let him , on, April, first,-, next;'and all unpaid

Directors, South of the Bend"Studebaker Indiana, have Corporation !low this ers and the .pU investorsgenerally' tang up of the stock will and answer Do we in need the affirmative drainage at We the can present ,all know that.you', are,looking, fo, him. taxes at-that;.time will ,be subject to:advertisement 4
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cafed'a' special meeting of stockholders plan feeling which they i. responsible now recommend for the time I am sure after all the rain REGISTRATION AT HART V and sale. '
first to increase to
'April approve an -
of capital from $70,000,000 of .the atockbolden. that has fallen in the past two weeks.There MEMORIALMr. r

and$100 to par distribute to 2,600.000 two shares and one-half no par I prove"Wide of distribution great advantage of our to stock the: cor-will truck that are quite would a number be growing of acres nicely of and Mrs.-Uerman Schowl, New In writing about, taxes, give complete de-:
poratlon. Washington Ind. Mr. and Mrs.John
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shares for each presont share. I Every stockholder of aholdings today had we had drainage to take ,Somerville St. Cloud Mrs?: Mary scription of and enclose
the followed "' no m "*r how ; your property postage.To .
The call for meeting a is a friend of that corpora! care of the excessive rain fall. :As it I(Penny, St. 'Cloud; Mrs. Mac Tenny;
session of the directorate .In
special lion Lima, N. Y. Mrs. I. N. Coleman
and will exert an Influence Its is all of that.truck is totally ruined ; ,

meet South at Bend.Jersey The City stockholders N. J. It is proposed will- behalf i in his in the community; Other corporations and the land in such bad shape thatit (I"Brooklyn, Rochester, N. Y.;N.Mrs.Y.;Elda Dr.A.N.Boshr Y- prevent your property from being assessed

to.place the new stock on a $40 automobile industry cannot be planted again until too
Couch Covington A. R. Webb
Ky.
competing with our corporation have ; as UNKNOWN, furnish Tax Assessor
basis. I late for the to ,
many more stockholders than crop bring anything. I Woodstock O.; Marvin Hopkins,
Immediately after the close of tlte'JMetlng has and the ,directors desire Studebaker to Let's get together and have the ,, Marysvllle! O.; 'Mr. and Mrs. 0. f. Wm. I. ,Barber Kissimmee Florida a complete
of the directors A. R. Ers- ,
Fernald. Point Me. ,,
Kittery Margaret
correct this situation ,drainage that wo need. It can bedone ;
kin.. president of the Studebaker I "They believe Covalt, Vincennes, Ind.; Mrs. J.
Corporation (issued the following of the corporation that many in more employee I K. Milner Thornton Ind. description of your land, ,as he is required by
statement: addition Conserve, ,the, ,
.moisture in
to the your
MA" special meeting of the stockholders -|as well 3,000 as thousands who now of 'Own -its stock, I grove, by cultivating! with a light law to assess as UNKNOWN unless this. is done. "'
and
of the Studebaker Corpora t dealers car owners The Mew Smyrna Breeze says thatF. r
I will be able to buy stock In harrow as soon as possible. You may .
Lion has been called at Jeraey City smaller I E. Lovejoy who is developing Rio /
N. J.. April 1, by the directors& who IIDita.tO, need it before the season is over. Vista Park, one pf the prettiest reii-

held a special meeting at South Bend 'OVERSTREET ANNOUNCES I If you have scab on your grape-, dentin! suburbs has sold several lots '
to approve their recommendation that I II,! CANDIDACY FOR SENATE fruit now Ie.the time to fight it. Tho in the past few ..months and is now C. L. BANDY
the charter of the corporation he planning to build a beautiful home
amended t* change the character of Hon. trees should' be sprayed with bordeaux for himself. The Lovejoy home will
the outstanding stock from $100 par { M. O. Overstreet today announced oil just as the new growth' begins to be at the corner of Third street and TAX COLLECTOR k

value to $40 no par value which his candidacy for re-election come out. This will also help to con- Palm avenue. The Breeze tells of
would mean that present, common ito the senate from the 19th senatorial trol melanose which causes a large several other houses and bungalows ;
stockholders would receive two and district, subject to the will of the percent ef oar rosset fruit. that are being constructed or nearing kr
one-half shares of new stock for each Democratic voters completion in Rio Vista Park. The
share. of old stock now outstanding. at the June primaries. Scab is beginning to show up in : suburb seems to be developing rap r

"It Is intended to increase the authorized some of the potato fields it is found. idly. .OOOOOOOOOOOO.I..OOO.OO..O.OOOOOO.O..O.OOOOOOOO.O., ...
common capital stock: to 2- i Mr. Overstreet was elected to the Better give them a spraying with I -' ,- -- -. ___ . -. '
500,000 shares although only 1,875-'senate in the last election and has bordeaux mixture and stop it at once Development of a 150,000-acre tract representing the owners, who was charge of colonization of Fellsmere !
000 ah'rt'aIIi II be needed to retire the served his constituency with entire as the 4eab will greatly reduce the of St. Lucie county land known as here recently. Mr. Black conferred : Farms. CoL Black was accompanied
present outstanding!! common stock of 'satisfaction. To date no other candi- the Byington Tract is contemplatedfor on drainage and colonization matters by Col. E. W. Wheeler of Jacksonville I
760,000 shares. The remaining fi25- dae has announced his yield of your crop I the immediate future according with George F. Maddock who recently . with whom he' is associated in f r
000 shares of new stock will not be the candidacy for If you do not understand making to Colonel R. D. Black of New York arrived from California to take : the proposed development.
issued at present. office. The 19th district comprises I
The in reducing the stock Seminole Osceola and .
basis Orange - --;-
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to a $40 is to permit broader counties.
investment by Studebaker employee, 41
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DR. R. J. DENNING l I Baton Rogue La., March J .-The

oQo 4 Over DENTIST the Postoffire .. cold strawberry wave last producing night In region the Louisiana cost the Yes it be done J

OFFICE HOURS; growers not less than a million dol- can j

< 9-00: to 12:30 I 1:30,\ to 5.00: < lars.. Harry Wilson, state commissioner .
Residence Phone 174Office r
of agriculture, announced today ,
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OOOIOO Ott.Ot 4044444+ I I that crop after Bention.back returning and The it weather killed from the will a tour present set the of The finest of cars can be sold at these prices I1/\ |


blooms, Mr. Wilson said, adding he -.
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MILTON PLEDGER
| believed his estimate of a million dol-

t ATTORNEY AT LAW loss was conservaive.I Studebaker name guaran the only makers of cars. at our prices -* Where savings come ;
0 State Bank Building 4 I THE to you the utmost in fine. who do this.
4. K1HHIXIMKU KUOIUDA EMPIRICAL WAY construction. For 72 yearsit It means careful inspection. Withus Then how do the Studebakers so '

1.tOOOOOOO tOOOOOOO'OOOOO i has stood for quality for honest it means 30,000 inspections in the far undersell any comparable cars? N
Dr. Simon
Pasteur Flexner, apropos! of the workmanship for square dealing.It manufacture of each Studebaker car. Because we build so many. The '
centenary, said at
.0000.0.4400000.00..i tion a recep- fixed coats are divided by enormous
in New York: has always stood for style and
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P. KHIDUS W. BTBBD i
JO I f'lon Pasteur revolutionized class. Remember Studebaker car- Luxury and beautyIt output-150,000 cars per year:

,KRIBBS & STEED f I medicine, too many practioners were Because build badfes.o
: 'like old Dr. Pillsbury." riages- supreme examples of fine means a car to be.proud of. we our own .

Attorneys and Counselors at Law I "Dr. Pillsbury had a typhoid patient coach building. Our body finish includes 15 coats The saving to you on some types i* i

o Kissimmee, Florida a blacksmith whom he had put Consider our faciHties-r-mark what of paint and varnish., up $3OO per car.
General Practice in all State and on a strict diet. Well, when he calledone Because'we make our, awn fore-
United State. Court we have at stake. $90,000,000 in assets Chase Mohair is used to upholster
morning the man's wife said
..+.........000.4400 him) to 50000.000 in plants and equipment our closed bodies-made from 'the lags, saving another profit there.

"Oh doctor, what' do you think! . ; $10.000,000. in body plants.. soft fleece of Angora goats. Because our plants are modern and
040000 PAT .0044000000444t Q. OAHRETT .(Jim got UD in the middle of the night I".,'' ': .' :; .,.**' ,alone. ' We offer: much extra equipment.. efficient., We have spent $38,000000
JOHNSTON
and sneaked down to the kitchen and Note our. multiplying on ,them in the five \ ..
Johnston & Garrett t'''late I ih1'f'elIt and { .. past ,
i herring a quart of
.ales- the sensation of years. s 7.(
| crab salad!
+ ATrOIlli r&fl'.LAW I(I I "Merciful heavens' gasped Dr. Motordom.It Because we keep our ':'

.> 10, 11 and 12 Osceola Bank PilUburv.Is the poor foolish fellow is fair to assume that men, make them partners .' ;,
O Building{ -" we can and do build the pay them large 1

4 KIS8IMMBK. KLORIDA .1 iJ I "No he's all right," said the black finest cars and at Stude- Go and See bonuses to stay. Changing .;
04'444400044040004040 mith' "
wife "e
| went to work this '
morning as usual."Extraordinary; ." baker prices. men is expensive. gr
ooooooooooo4oooeooooo" + 1 I Because we conduct this ;
+ said old Pillshuryand 'I What is a fine car? \ !
"> he wrote down in hs notebook: Why Studebaker Leads business in every way on t
A fine the
CLAY STANFORD
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car means
I "Three unit herring with crab In lad'wlraul"ul the best modern lines. 'it'
--- best materials cost
fever any
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cure.
REAL ESTATE RENTALS <
AND INSURANCE 0 I "II* tried this cure the very next can buy. We use 35 formulas Studebaker is now the world's largest What buyers save M
Hiy on a plumber and the man was for steels each
4 Over Bank of Osceola County builder of automobiles.
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA > dead inside of two ho-urs. So the docUor known to be best for its quality The Studebaker LightSix .* ij**!I

ooo .,.......... .aa..O..1'tOOOOtooooo. then amended tho entry in hip purpose. We pay a pre Last year, 145,167 fine-car buyers paid Touring Car sells for *!
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|I 'Salt herring with crab salad- mium of 15% on some to $201,000,000 for them. 1045. Under ordinarymanufacturing i

0 miraculous typhoid fever cure for get the formulas exact. There 13 models. condi- si
t ELLIS F. DAVIS : .blackfmiths, fatal for plumbers'" All Studebaker models are tions it would need to },

ATTORNEY AT LAW 0 I I! According to the Miami News-M are, equipped with Tim- Prices begin at 1025. cost you from $1,200 to

Dank of Oacoola County: Building tropolis a few days ago purchase of ken bearings. There are Go see the reasons for this trend. See why 1400.

i Civil I CkBB wrr I OlMlMil. the entire sub-division of Lawrence few cars in America, regardless sales have almost trebled in three years. On our Special-Six the i
Pr.etteeKIna1MMEE
: FLORIDA Park for approximately $300,000 anda of price which difference might be $400to
I tract of land directly east of it for ours on this point.In Why these cars have become the sensationof $700. t'
equal
approximately $75.000 by Logan Bill- i'
Motordom.You
\ .... .. ..0000.4.N04t40 ingaley New York builder and real'! our Light-Six, for instance On our Big-Six type

., \ estate man, shortly before he left for we put more owe that to yourself before you buya the difference, may run
.. JOHNSON
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LUCILE
.1 New York for a stav of about ten Timken bearings than fine car. into thousands depend- :
7 JUSTICE OF'""THE PEACE 0 days.* The erection of the sevenstory are used in any competitive ing on the number pro-

PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 600-room apartment hotel in car within $1,500 of duced. For this car compares -
CLAIMS HANDLED 0 Lawrence Park to cost approximately its price. only with the high-
with similar
1000.000 building construction -
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STATE BANK BUILDING C C C est-priced in
+o.. .o. .teo.o... . . .<..00oo on the second tract is prom- cars Europe
sed. The Lawrence Park property A fine car means fine engineering.We Same of our Big-Sixes for instance and America. *

... .oo.tti extends from Northwest Seventh spend $500,000 yearly on that department have two nickel-plated bumpers, one You will respect the Studebaker ,0;;
the Miami river and betweenand
: street to
two extra disc wheels with cord '
M. TILLERReal on both sides of Seventeenth and I employing 125 able men. or methods when you come ,to know :'
: Estate Agency : Eighteenth avenues. It contains about i{ It means careful construction. We tires a courtesy light a motoroeter. them. You will admire the cars they t <

35 acres." In this way Florida is rap- I have 12,500 up-to-date machines. steel trunk etc. create.You will delight in the values.

i FIRE, LIFE-:AND ACCIDENT i idly becoming settled and developed.The I 1.120 of our operations are exact to This factory, remember is the Remember that last year 145,167 \.
interest of cai
.. INSURANCE 4. makes possible improvements state and | 1/1000 of an' inch. 360 are exact to ancient home of fine coach work. fine-car: buyers, after comparison \,,,

INDEMNITY BONDS settlement that could not be expectedin one-half of 1/1000 of an inch. chose the Studebaker models. So-

.. .. . ... ... many :years in the ordinary course It means infinite pains. For instance A fine car must be enduring. A many people could not be wrong. !!

of affairs. we machine all surfaces of Studebaker Big-Six, built in 1918 Learn why they did so before you /,(

The poorest hen will lay at times; our crankshafts as was done in has so far run 475,000 miles. That buy a car at $1.000 or over. You owe i
.. A. VANS AGNEW the best' will do poorly when condi- Liberty Airplane Motors. We are means 80 years of ordinary service. that to yourself. i, ',
tions are bad. Therefore in culling r- I
ATTOWTBT-AT-LAW consider all factions that enter into \ .
omcRS large egg-production. fey
Winter, Park: FUrida
LIGHT..SIX.J.Palllcnler SPECIAL-SIX BIO SIX 1

Neid's' Healing Baths 112-ln. W. B. 40 H. P. 5-Pascenger 119in.: W. B. SO H. P. 7-Passencer 126-In.W. B. 60 H.P.

KISSIMMEE PLUMBING 'Roadster' (3-Pass.. ), ., .." ., .. $1045 1025 Touring. . . . $1425 Tourinc . r .' >; .. M ? ., $1750'Speedster .-

SHOP recommended for rheumatism Coupe-Roadster (2-Pass.) . 1195 Roadster (2-Pass.) . . 1400 (S-Pase.) '. ... . 1835Covpe

w eczema, and all kinds of skin 'Coupe (S-Prss.) . 1395 Coupe (5-Paas.) . . .. 1895 '( -Pas.) ., .;', . . 24S1S-

Nothlnjr ,Too'Biff diseases. Also {faf'atomaeh: ; 8ecIan.. . . .. 1485 Sedan . . 198S'" Sedan' '. r .. ... .. . 28S5'

; .Nothing Too Small trouble For baths and miner .' (All, price/. o. fr. factory. Tfrmt. to met your,conwaM.ree7.)L1'J: .'. #rr"' _'
,. 1.water for drinking ; .
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; S ten SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION I I before 'the Chamber of. Commerce to ley Ossetta. Florida a newspaper and ..abl.h.e InKlsslmnife. .. NOTICHJ. .ar"L, JaT"_-.
8-room 4-room
;, FOR SALE dwellingbam, have the Chamber of Commerce cither -I paper nt general <4reulatlonv rUbl.h. In the Circuit Court for the

,v ant house; 150 acres In cultivation;; I hereby announce my candidacy for ed In said Hnrrlnt Tax Hchool toenth Judicial Circuit of Floi.o .r.
:( SALE-B.n.na plant litdy\ IInllrlll' endorse the plan or reject it. Perhaps IT IS FUR'rH ORD1CHKD that the And for Osc.ola Count .- In Chin.
J t'FOR:: variety, IS cent each. W. )i. Harrl.. dark pebbly loamy soil underlaid re-election to the office of Supervisorof << I It is not perfectly clear what is hal"han..nd, Secretary Ki of this 10..t4. Varah A. Cohoon Complainant v.1 .
the action '
Registration subject to C. Funk and Maud.
with clay; watered by living do Issue. and publish a notice If *. Kink"
SECOND) HAND OOOHS. bought. sold of the June meant by storm drainage, and so I election In with this resolution wle. U..pond.nt. "
.ccrd..nee Foreclosure
( .nd repaired. The Casino.. 4ti stream; plenty of timber. Will trade Primary C. BASS will try to explain it. It, means the and order the) Laws ,of the Notoe dva of ,. BaT
j for near.Kis-- S yiorik. Notc h.r.IJ by th. ?
:: FOR IIALIG-Fino residence property grove or city property "UoNB $ :
the
laying of sewers throughout ANI OHDERBD .thla 7th 4a .IIH her.toforvl!
? at the office ot The vallevUaavti land closein. OF KISSIMMEE: to
Apply simmee or any kind of TO THE VOTERS : of February. A. I>. 18S4. ) pinte. carry out th. term.
.r *. Klsslmme I.U streets that are being paved, with) entered thV
Grtlner 4 KATZ. riislrmnn. &Jer. o Ittha.
Room
Stuart R. ,, *
; 7.. jolt 8AL.E-Ford Chassis- "0.110. Can f hereby announce mrsell'al a candidate man-holes from the street ,to tho H.1.of Publlo Instruction.Attest . of Octb0 110. that pursuant to H?'sfr

1 i." be .......1.t Burkett Killing Station. Post Office Building, Kissimmee, for the office of City Cpmmis- 'sewer for the purpose of caring; : oscnola County Florida, for sale and sell Decree at publlo I l.'

I south f-nd Klsslmmoo. It-Six Flordia. f sloner. '0'be voted on at the city C. 11 \4)W3U.LScF. for cash In hand, to the OIU.
off the water_ that naturally falls on der. titeinterm-sI of said ,
-1 election to be held March 29th,1924.Any
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1- OK KI-KITIOX BPRCIAI Tt <
street ?
FOR 8ALK-)ly honw.F-mmltt said Interest
t. closa III. 'nil convenlencus. close; price FOR TRADE support you can give me will be &the street and runs on to the street 01'U. .t.. DIM-MI u-r >o. 4. Ufl'EOLAFh.4J1111)t. : as of' the mortgage appeared. k..pn."t

'j rush, or term Florida Oco. V. rarkcr 11-4IX 1J.i3z. greatly appreciated.In from t111"I!" property, then is dischargedinto ( 4 \. '' above .tfle cause to.wlt Itsy .tl.
Lakeland.
; TO TRADE-New 5.room becoming a candidate I am hot 1911. time' (ft'
lake into and
the or canals prevents lii h.r..h" given that an described the
FOR SAMS Uttle Homo In Klsslmmee doing so at the solicitation of my .. SOTICr rolo'ln. prp.rty
: I bo In-Jd In the storeroom I County. 10
1 "000. First house on the rliflu bungalow on 70x120 cor- friends but because I believe I can be water from standing' on property .Iwo'ol"II I'lUrlck'n Barber Shop North..t O..IQ quarter 4NHU*.) T.

r on bett Io'indla*tt )Iota avenue. variety block,ot from fruit Mab-gnr0. ner lot, on paved street in of service to.the city. I assure you and In the street. The Balance% and tho In (ly Mrat( Market. Florida In Klsslmni.e. .the. KOfh"'Nt) quarter of (CWU ); the of]Iut_ ,

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: don B-arsire. i-room house 2 porches that if elected I will use my best efforts of the drainage fund will go for the I iun being1' U"c..I"In (unt.' School ) of the thf Northweat qU.r.
screened sleeping porch, all in best residence section of |1..ln'| 11. INW" / Southweat S
: to see that the 'city gets full canals and No. 4. Uth of ) the fractional qU.r.,
\ : Kood repair. Ternm If deal rod. MlRht' opening of mew drainage I tcl.-t on the day March 1M'' : .
i f take cur aa part pay balance eallh. Sanford for Kissimmee value. for every dollar it spends. I A." I'. 1924 to determine olulrt..r RWK\ of the Utbwa
of
'1. D. 'V. Short lyOiiRwood. ...1.... 18-4t have no friends to reward and no the cleaning out and widening the ''n..I tli.nsliiill tm issued by said DlaItrlct . (N)4) : the South .. ql.r.. .
t property. Furniture if de ', 'Clt'nt! canals and wll: tuh> the \\itt-1 1 I h..nd. In tho sum of '10".001.01 aM J.St of the Vest hnlf (WUTO) ? the
enemies will
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; FOR BAUB-1(0 aero farm containing( to punish. (elected 'for, 1h iurposn of acquIring Iround. Southeast quarter (RIGj.! ) of
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fifteen acres of citrus fruits 2\\ sired.' H. A. Neel Gazette be glad to discuss with you before cr off of a vast areacf land that fM.''tho, const. rncl luit 'of' a east
f miles west of Urooksvllle. on Imnl action is taken by the City Com misumorii. now subject to overflow. The voni- ''buildings: ,, .h.r".... and for furiilshlnir'and Mouth Nlnn CHI.of Range Township'Thirty Twnty-flv UII
road. Idvat for poultr, dairying or Office. i-qulpntnv itsld building or build- 1 49)>
}' trucking. $50 Will tradu any matters that are aboutto tho. Hint is.' : Itvcrlnnlne at a point Jut
: pur acre. _ mission tell that man ,Inks for xcluslv .. o a public free AI.U Hlxty
/ for business! nroporly. J, M. Karnest.Urooksvllle. . be acted upon and your views; will 1! ..h.ol or fichools. within said I>l trlct. Weirt of th Northeast or.n,
Florida. 12-Stx MISCELLANEOUS be given due consideration. trying to farm and bring in, revenue j'Only the duly qualltlvd electors 0(\...ldi4trlct of the the t4otmttmw..t Northwest Quarter (NWU ) or

: ; :; ;: should rect'h'ertllin( consideration'nnd | | who arc trou.hollera shall b" quarter (8\VU ) of
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;I 1 FOR RALE-Jo'urnllih..d. or, unfurttlHhed ;jTAMI'A rtUSlNBKS\ ('OU.F:<1f.1. Respectfully on til.led to votiI'tae said bands shall tlqn Nine (9). In Townshli TweatSl

i live-room buntralow with bath. Tampa. Klorlda will start nvu PAT JOHNSTON. under the, plan adopted, there', h<> dated Miiy 1. 1 924.* be of )the five .(Illl R..th of nanl. Thirty .till
t ;, corner lot 7615"; garage and laundry months' eoursrs. In .Famous. Orosr ruin otOO.. hAI each -sliAlllb Ka"' an" from Ih"n( run North 'hl...
will be of
shade and amishrubbery no danger crops being "hu"l.alol .. ty Ot Degrees to the
lawn roses ,Shorthand and Touch Twijowrltlnsr.Uookkpcplnir FOR STATE SENATETo I Inl.r..t eit the rate f.t 5t4 perIccnt I.aHnuthcas( Dciii Ea.t margin or
i KrAI'Prtulland orangrvtrees and Acc6untlnR. Ti-l- I'd." "I tlj'ml.Annunl.( .. TOho.kAIII th..ne In A

q I" ;. electrical 604 Main .street.fixtures.. Mrs. ,J.4-tfc OPush. .HTHI.II 10. and'In..t R. II.training Anncy by March"*,,..rt:.1nnd th Voters of the 19th Senatorial The C"htmlkr'It: 'Commerce,. very ly. an time I.t days"R'ahl.of May and' November margin tn a "oint du& alonl .I

.
.
and
teachers. Position secured. Will District: respectively of o'A..h. )ear Forty (40) rods Kast of said Nor 111'.

i' FOR SALE;-EKK* from special bred you, come:?! S After due consideration I have decided forcibly expressed their approval of ';!,1.1..hnl aa mature follows.and to-wlt become: due and p.l> IN".rn..r' ) of Southwest aald Northwestof qna-
the commissioners quarter
White Leghorn chickens, sent anywhere NOTICEIn . to become a candidate for reelection city by a rising I ," .'numbered One VI) io RIs (), 'h..nc." South In the South line tsw1.of

in state 15 for $1.00. J. E. I to the State Senate from the vote. "I Inclusive' payable May 1. l 2'. !(I)..tbonce. Wet Ionl ..Ie R- Lt
llnnds numbered Heven (7) to Fourteen vo
in.
; Treat, Klssimmee Florida. J917 the Florida Legislature 19th. Senatorial District, composed 'of -. -, (14)),, Inclusive, payable May I. taming a..n point(7) acre or bellnnln. IsTa.

: passed an act requiring: that all property Orange, Seminole and .Osceola' Counties -' D34. AI
: FOR' SALE: Household furniture. be listed with the assessor for subject to the Democratic Primary i + + + 4 + + + + C I Bonds; numbered.. Klfteen. (u.) to Nine (* r.nnln.thence North 8e"10$
..
Three
0- Twenty-four (24), .ndu." payableMsy -Thirty
taxation, and unless such property is to be held Pane 3rd.I JUnd.d flCI Yard.
to I""
p Call 116 South Beaumont --avenue. listed each, year, the assessor is required respecfully! solicit your support.M. : Legal Advertisements : Bond's I. l93.tiumburod Twenty-flra (25)) to beginning.' th..n.and run returning thence >v rlnt..r
'
1 h 14-t3x to enter all property not so O. OVERSTREET.. <00 Thirty-seven (17). Inclusive payable Two Hundred and .Twenty (110) h"t

t t. listed as UNKNOWN. While this .0.0. + .0.eoe eooeceGKEO.V1ION. + 'May 1* 1944. thence North shout Two T&a''

FOR SALE-Livingston Globe tomato law has been on the books for yeai'll.It FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER' : Bonds numbered.. Thirty-eight Twenty nRnsterlvdlri-ctlon 4230) Yard to Lake thrneeln
to (53), Inclusive, themanv
I ; plants, $2.00'JM'r 1000. J. II. was not generally enforced until I Ilty'Ihr.. p.bht line of the said I ike alon.point where

lIWiard, Box 364, Kissimmee Fla. during the) past two years, when a I hereby annouifce my candidacy ;u.t" numbered Iltty.toul' (54) to the line first 'In title description drawn

,: < case was1 decided by our Supreme for re-election as member of the WHgrtKAS. a petition has been filed Heventy-three (72) payable the Inl..I.leke with the nirsnder tine <>.
I. School Board, from District! No. 2 withthe Board of I'ubllc Instruction May I. U ntalnlnsr about -.lv.Ud
.t' Court, which laid down the mandate .tmb.'r.. a half M l H ) acres of th* Knst
Bonds "
([Shingle. and In and for Osceola County "'lorld8.altrn..d Aeenl.tour (74) etC er
Campbell) subject to Ixit Numbered
that the list Two
( assessors must propertyas (1) In
to On hundred IvO Mectlrn.
( ).
c FOR SALE by what purport. to be more payable
: ; Thoroughbred ParkI UNKNOWN where the owner or the wishes of the people in the forthcoming than twenty-five (t6%; ) per cent of the May 1. ll'59. Incu.lve. Vino Mouth (U.of Towhshlp Twenty.flveVu)

I .*'Strain Plymouth eggs, $1.50 pert agent'of any property fails to makea June primary. duly quitUrted electors r".ldlngIthIn I All .. provided 'In a pertain resolution Hsld sal. to Itanc.occur Thlrtr on the Tth(20)>day RaM

setting of 15. No business done on return for taxation each year. J. O. LANIER. Special Tax School District No 4. the. of Onceola of the Hoard of Public.. Instruction A. I> JU4. to.wl: on the R.I.of'April
I being consolidation the Dinirlcln County. paaaed and ; ..
same a Ilurld. Day
,
v/ Sunday. Patrick street 1 mile WM. I. BARBER, this Tth .. .,. | "Apri. leral hevrr
( FOl COUNTY COMMISSIONER fui'nierly known as itumbera 4. adopted "ru..r'\ of ... front door of the O
I }'I' beyond city limits. A. II. Starr. County Tax AsMwsor & and fi. .t tlnir that they desire the In. 1>. 124 said resolution hem \"h. house door In. Klsslmm.. Florida>ort.
ed In with this notice of
Osceola County, Florida. nuance or bond by mild Kpnclal Tax L'I\.tlon. flatVd this 1st dav of
.: 11tfFOR Office at Courthouse134t I wish to announce to the voting School District for the purpose of nc- .,1..lon. 1.01. wil open at I 1914. MTL.TAN J
t. ( public for the bulldlnR. rnlarvlnir. furnish < m. and It-It Special r\n.
tat' my candidacy of lice. of quirIni. 'co..k lt .undown Master In
:: Commissioner t otherwise Improving buildingS ( anl Agnew, John ) ..d'' .
I SALE-Fine house, one block County of Precinct No. If. C. have appointed I IJ
nncl the
school Kroundfl for
exclul b..n
; "/I I. of ground. Only one block' from I 7. I 'will greatly appreciate your sup use of tho public free Schools within I i i Inspect.ttAnr.rd.IAld el.,ctlon. I lTd TIIM CIMCfrr COURT sKVEM.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS'I I'I'II. in the June 1, lly Older of the Board of Public ) TKK\TII Jl ItlflAL CIMI'lIT
;J >: the brick port primcry.HOWARD the said Special Tax Kchool l>l trlt. n- OK
: highway. Clear of
/ en I. W. ANDERSON. and which aald petition further Mit1forth ;, .tru..ton of o"eoll Courtly. Florida. P'LOMiIiA' .> A.M FOR OltEU:

}1 '4),1 cumbrance. Best cash offer gets I in, ircuersiIcrins the a..lnt of )I. RATZ. Cb.lr".. t' IItLtTt.'. S
: II f' FOR SHERIFFAt bonds dmlri-d t b iss'i.l. thnpurponeH A ttest: C'. E. Yowell. Secy. WhIIPl. Complainant vs.
ld IdA
this in H. .
"growing1' value"
:
,
property. CITY COUNCIL DECIDED thrroof anil I that the proiffiln ,i Bunrd of l'nhUr Instruction. t F. Turnrr
Boyer Realty Company. the solicitation of my friends I deris.d from the nali of such ,I I Osceola County Florida; Xabel Turn..r. his wife, Ro.r War-
i t have decided to enter the"race for I ON PAVING PROGRAM bond aliuulil t<. imr-d for th.. iupos.e (fIRAt J ..(:c Inc sod I. Warlii-, .U.'J
sheriff of O ceola aet forth In said petition undUIICltKAS II. lrarey and 1..1 .
county, subject to j
I wlffc
( w. II.
f' WANTED. the results of the Democratic primary.If Continued from J'aire On.) It lisa'l.en mad to appear I In Circuit "ourt for the 17th Judicial t>riu>K" und Wo Company uI".nIH. llnnk Florida
1. I r ".: WANTEn-Will pay good price tor elected I. pledge myself to use ,my their streets paved, certainly the city l of to om'oolit the Hoard) County of Public, Florida InmrucInn that- 1\\ 1..ola
,c' J' .. ;: Asparagrua. rMumosus Fern Heed. best endeavors to enforce all the laws.I commission will comply ,with their aald petition has bi-i-n BlKiird by more <1 1. .1'. Uuirtlt.. <..>- ... ., doling bualIM unman W. Itruus led., her Ionian Hay'.Prune sad. C
,4 I Write for Information. eslln 1*. solicit the support of the voters of hun (Z5%) per cent of the I <.SS under the firm n.n. and style ofi .',mn ItusbMnd. H..d. .
J I ....... Walte. Apopka. Fla. 12-Stx request. Already the property owners ; luly t..e"I'.nv.l rtaldlnir within1'i Johnston A frt'Etis t II
Osceola. county. J. M. SMITH. .lectorH .F rank O.rr..U.IAI.II', v. .'011'" Uf MAsrKKs "'L).
'. WANTKI>-A motor boat and on Emmett street from Clyde to .,10 Kpr-clftl Tax Kchonl) Dlatrlct. and ,'' de.nI..t. S.U.* ofnstitution Not I* hereby Klvrn that under
row St. Cloud Florida. t It 1* desirable nnd to the teat Inennt t !I of tu. nf and virtue .
boat must- be.In KOOI! condition. Hi>.. Bermuda have signified their willing I by of a final decree rendtred.nereln
to Kionk Cleveland.J .
/ !, .... ofnald 8pvclal I 8ch ol Ml- ,' 'In'ld. \11..k. the Stth
I or> write I 1.I. Calhoun <:.v. S tt T.I t on day of June.
und all
r stone Hotel. Klsslmmeo.. I2-tfa FOR SHERIFF f neBS for the .property to be paved rict that ground b< acquired and that J Notice Is to fclvt-n I that,.y fune.rn. l II. mil. by the Honorable C..U. A
I a i hulldlnff or bulldliiffii be ..on Iru"I..1 : 1.1) a "I drt.ws.Ju4. of the Court"of
;o' WANTED-To buy large quantity of Subject to primary June 3rd. Thee on the fifty-fifty plan, and are filing t hereon and furnished. and equl|>|i.J n l . A. 1' H on>14, the 21st ,the of Florida Chancery.Cirui certain'

.' milk. Sanitary iMIry, CIS Main hereby announce thyself for Sher'ffof I a petition/ today with the city commission fur etlu"lv. imo na a public frau .i:i j abi I..hru.ry.'%'o statu Court, *.1".lluh.d.ln! I t'.U..ltltr.ln.i wherein ti I'. Whlpple.
.' stmeU or schools within laid dUtilct auh.b l and Lids ) .
I ; 2-tfc
Ofcsola County.. If Sidney J. Calls : for that purpose, andthe, city Hnd that bonds should be issued fur milt,enlltk-d-as imhraci-s abuve the srt Intervxt forth.of the ., : 'widow C l.. Turner and .. M Turner. ,

3'S ,1 WANTED.:-To buy serond-hnnd KlddV i Is nominated for Governor Thee commission have agreed to comply auch I.uro..*a.' Frank Vlllwock. In the following doerii. his Robert Warlnr and Isabelle

; "1 r k 1 Koop. Address: Kiddy Keep" care wants to be Sheriff, if not Thou: wihtrpsigri I with their NOW THBRBKOIin. Ht IT HI3UVian e t, : .. it property, located In llseeoiaounty. \V.rln"l l his wife I. If..,McCarey an4
:" Valley Oasette. II-If request. I understand also I by the Hoard of IJuhllc In- i 1 to-wlt.: Hes.tn at a point 44S 1..1 Mct.auey. his wife. V. II. Wo
: r ,: Thee hunt no time to prowl that the i>tr .WANTED Situation around the property owners of Vernon at thla. the first m ..tlntf of said N..rh. 118' (n.pH. a Florida llanklnir
;. 1 r by experienced County begging( pleading Hoard I R<> ) the Northias' ) 'curpor&
'
t& street from Emmett to Bermuda desire the n-cujpt of pstltlon. f lun. W. A. Cramer, .
.5. housekeeper, middle-aged widow persuading and lie-ing as other ,I..r .10 that mustIer the Hnuthe..ist quartet auf
op. h In the Mrun- and U. w. llruna. her b..-
sum I IThounnnd Pcctlon IS.
I' Township IS
5 with daughter fifteen. Fair educa ponents to get votes. Thee makes no to do the ssm'e thing. (100000.00) Dol1.tr On. lundr.d 2* Knst nnd run thence| Rnlth.<>r.h l..nlt, band wore reaiM>nd.nia. I.G.rd..r

: tion accustomed to taking full I >romif>ea-for the benefit. of wotild- As stated at the last meeting quired for the purpose of ncqulrlnvli point IfO S feet North and.I I10S. .feet Klinrman, the unJersiRned special mas.
S I J ': charge when desired., Other con be hypocrites. Thee Refers to Hon. / Kround for the ronatructlon. of a build-,I Went the Houlheast corner of the ter In chancery. In. compliance 'It.time
,t:/, genial employment considered. 'I Thomas W the Chamber of Commerce it will, be l ng or 1 hulldlntra and for r<>nt I N'orlhenst quarter of aald Hecllon It; provisions' the vt ho said l final dec,,
Ref. f\ardvlck. trlcUnl will
Former Governor 7lh .
o' .r the and for thence Hnuth 1(1( degrees 4t minute on day oT AprIL >
I T' ,f erence exchanged. Address:: Mrs. of Georgia}: Atlanta Ga.. Hen. necessary for! the city; to bond anyway ..qulpplnl.m. said or I West (7* ,feet to the rttht.of.wsy of 1921. .I..n lh. legal I hours of sals.
: 5; Nora G. Eggen for f huldln.. h.lhtl"/I hu Atlantic Coast Line : In front of the entry ot the Court
.r. ; Sumterville Fla/ Congressman W. W. Larsen, Dublin, the. payment of the street "Xl'U."" publiC fe'l: Cum- House In Klsslmmre.
Om-eola County
U5 ""' th ,
I xchoola ) ; -nce along the
> S S 13-2U Ga., lion. H. C. Hammond Augusta drainage city. hall property, .city ..hOI School or IXatrlctNo.within.aalil A s nld right of Mutb".rl.Ih. : Florida offer and eapos. forsie. ana

... WANTED-The best home Ga., and Hon. R. N. lIardemann, property government 'property and County. Florida and that It 4.I la Oncrola d>..h.-S Cnnt lAne rtallroad AUanUo a. for will: ..1 to the the hIII..t and best bidder real
$700 .
spot point'dun'frt of the of .h. d..lbe"
i Louisville Ga. After March firsts bio and to the.hfat; Intereettot.ssi.1 t point bgIn.IngCtinmnee'Iaet.to and .
: 'r. cash Neptune JRoad. A s&it 4 was;;necessary Iistrict.thst said bondstb. < the : point 'of be* personal property La-wit:
ropy l of!thy|platform c.oan1,be;. obtained J; e&iqsued i I I KlnnlnKQirontnlnlnir2
., :: "of Gazett tlI! !It' all filling RlationsvDrug Stores-and'Post'Offices t oalse 29000.00 jf orl thSfttcxm!!! I l hat. ,isald i hundsahsttLhntIdate4tPuTay1 i i! I ): orsIeHs.ffftVou aai-evl acres more thren' (*) 'an" four U) ot Block I on.
.. . I 14-ahallbeaofltheidenomlnatlonrof I 1 h..r.by1.omm..n.t. hundred and .
? to beflandj a I tO sixty-one ((11) accord*
drainage ppeari
in said *"" ''' "'"'" theTcit)1decidedIthatItbywould ) $1000.00
ir '.: county, t i.flch.W number"I consecutively canselnn-4 : to' PIa hI of the Town of tft.
WANTED-Two passengers to Ycurw add additional from Ono ( (1OO ,, "* tims5thedMy4nfaMiir.IAJl H.g Cloud. filed In of
motor Respectively. money to that I ) 1924.' the Hono..bl" C. Hi office of the Clerk
f S north. Am going to northern Michigan Joseph Alexandre Lee Glare i in order to ditches Ineldat.. *of &t bonds. to bear Int..ro.t A.lr""'Vln".A"Jldl" of the above Court the Circuit Court In and for Usceola
4 open up new r..t. 4 per Cent per annum,. and my ns this County. Florida,
j S ; and will leave about May first. __. Kenanvcille Fla. t throughout the city and clean cut p"Y.bl aeml-annually on th. '.t day thC 2!:th day of F..h."rv.th.r.of.on A. f Iy24.. Together with ath.e :1iur and
F. B. Dow 7 Vine nnd on the first day of Nuv..m. J. I* (flsturr a* per the ".
street. x FOR SHERIFF the present ditches so as to prevent ber r."p..tvely. In each and every Clerk of OVJIITIFF1. and attached to th* original mortgage.
; further year durhl, of mild bonds. The u (("lr"ul Court Heal) recorded In Morlicair hook Q- pact
WANTED-Home. Must be close in To the voters of Osceoia! County backing of water in the city, bonds mature and become paya. ( &' OAURETT 240. of the .'ublu Records of UscvoU,

: !' I shall be candidate : and in order to relieve the farmers in ble as follows to-wlt: Klsslmmee Florida IS-IOt County .o .__' _ ____ __
and priced right a for _
; 3 to 8 rooms; Sheriff! to " Itonds ..umh..r." one (I) to six (CB) __. I I 'IflSJ'. nfl nit ..
S come fruit. Stuart R. succeed myself in the June Primary. the city, who are sorely in need of Inclusive p"'Abl. May). >. 1929. ? AiTi.i -\TioV'ron Hneclal Master f Chancery,

S \ Room 4 Grelner I thank you for your support in the drainage. And so the city after consulting Ilonds numher..d seven <7> to four (T.rf I)i':I:I) TAXI I NJn\'JI... UOY"U,
;" P. O. Building Kissimmee! ( I teen (H) Inclusive pttyshln May NOTICn for
: f oast, and shall appreciate your vote with I. 1934. 18 I1RHKIIT niVRV. That I Compaln.nt 1.1
PFomlnent'citizens
Florida. decided Ilonds numbered ID 1 R T. .
and assistance in the future. fl..n to '.h"ck. pur..hA. of Tax
S r.r.
,
that twenty-four (24) payableHands N. dated the 2nd d"
they would also include in In..t. 121'
I : L. R FARMER. ,. I May 1. 1939. 1) and Certificate. .NOTITK OF WPKriAl MASTKH-
; .WANTED-Farm. 5 to 10 acres of the bond issue enough money for that numbered twenty-five (25) No. DOS: dated the 'Cth Tal of June. A n.\i.ii.

:: land with'lome I hereby announce myself: a' candi. At the thirty-seven (17) Inclusive payable. IV 121. has 11..0 said c..rll..r. my In the Cr.ult Court for the Revetiteenth -
purpose.
S : buildings, ready for date! for the office of Sheriff of present time, part May I. 1X4. nne made .for Circuit of FI.rl. In
cultivation, close in; must be priced eola county, subject to the Os of' the city has sewerage and other Bonds numh..r.e thirty-eight' (It) to tax to 1..1. In accordance with amid for.Oscrnla County. In ,
action of l
; I.w. SaId certificate H. Alford. (
S payable embrace the fol J..I. <> vn.
right for quick sale. Stuart R. ho democratic primary to be held in parts that are thickly populated has 1. u. (1) Ihcu"he May lowing described. property .flluated In lioyer et si,I. Ua.mnd.nt.0.mpl.lnant .
:
Greiner Room 4, P. O. Building June If elected I will do my best, none and. the engineers figured that numbered IIt.t<>ur (54) to Osceola County Florida,. to.wl: of Mort". NoU.
:-i : ; to t-nftrre the laws In seventy-throo (71) Ixitn I. 2. and 4 to I 1..lu '" and R"I. hereby given by theundersiammed
Kissimmee this
Florida. Your county. 25000.00 would be sufficient for the I fay 1.: 1954. 1'Iab1. lot 10 Block C. \Vood,1 Doylea Special Master, heretoforeappointed
S vote and support will be'appre.- -of I Bonds. numbered Hub-dlvlslnn ot .7 ant C8 to carry out the terms or
ciated. purpose extending the sanitary seventy-four (74) of F. I. Final ".- .. entered dar
:.WANTED-7200 to on. hundred (100) Inclusive I Company's Addition to 'n the Uth
Salespeople now S YOUNG st'wera. and for the of May 1. 1959. payable Klsslmmee City In Tax (".rUn..I. No. of February, A. D. Ul. that pursuantto
MAKE BIG MONEY selling Wlat- TINDALL. purpose put.I BE IT FZJi4TIi1cR.IIRSOTVnD 12B9. And K. 100 ft. of N. 140 ft of the terms of 1.r... I
kina, ting in septic tanks. The commission i [ this resolution be. : That Block 24. Patrick's Addition to Klaslrnniee shall offer for sale and sell'st publc
nationally advertised household FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRA- feel that this improvement ''records of the Board entered of upon tho City In Tax Certificate >. OltCr. for rash In hand to the bllh.
should be Public In- J
I I th. ssld
products. YOU TION. structlon of 982.The Interest of
CAN Osceola County.
TOO. borne by all of the tax payers equal. I land that the Florida.' said land being assessed at the : snondenta. as said Interest appeared at
is Established 1868. Resources $15fr We each same be puhl.hed once date of issuance of aald certificate In Inc dst of the mortgage foreclosed. In
,
\ r are authorized announce the ly for the reason that the present in week for four c<> we4c the nam of Unknown and Mrs. I>ora the above styled cause to-wlt Sep
000,900. Branches all over U. S. name of II. N. Bratton as a candidate sewerage is The Klsslmmen Valley Oasette. a Bummera. Unless said shall tember (th, Itfl. or any time th.ra..ter.
and Canada. Rare CHANCE JUST for the office of Supervisor of being paid for by bond I n".p.pr of Reneral l .circulation pub be redeemed .rUlcAI. tax I Id..y In the prop
Regis. issue. They have said Special Tax School deed will issue therenn :: In rolowln.d".lb.e
NOW tratlon ,) decided to call a .Dis the Stth O.c.< via:
subject .
S for to the I trict.
S City Sales dealers, men action of the bond C of March, A. D. 134. All of >t Forty-seven <47) of the
issue
j S 1 or women, full or part time in democratic. primary. for 85000.00, comprising I Passed and Adopt.e this 7th day of J U OVKnSTnRKT. I Florida lAnd A Improvement Compa'
} '
., of city the following improvements: February. ). Ul. Clerk Circuit' Court, ny'a Addition to the Town of Klssfm-
S S Kissimmee and elsewhere.: Write FOR ,COUNTY JUDGEI KATZ. Chairman. 12-St ._ Osceola County Florida!: mee Ciy. Osceola. County, Florida.
Drainage Board of Public __,AI.HO .
i 1t ) Instruction
$47,500.00
t today for ------------- n I..t half of the North..t
our practical,. sure MONEYMAKING am General Attest: Oscoola County. Florida f4TleIc OP' I.IQI.-IPATIO quarter *. Township .
candidate
45t- V r i PLAN. J. R. Wat- the office a of for nomination to I improvements consisting C. F:. TOWKL.L._ ey.RRSCrVT.O. TO TUB CUKUITC.HH AN) 8TOCKIIOLDKHS Houth of n.n.a 1..ton* Ea t. except tile
J County Judge of Osceola L of city I of the Merchants following: at the Northeast corner -
S Mn Co., Dept. 98, Memphis, Tenn. County Florida, subject to the wish property, ers Bank of KI. lmm..... Flori.I Irn.. of said Northeast quarter and run
Neptune
J I'!< S es of the Democratic Road. etc. _..__ 12.500.00. all whom It may concern: TH th..nC't Mouth ISO yards: thence West
14.2t _ voters on_ Junetne _ -- I WHEnEA's HEREBY lIVEN
S r .- 3rd, 1924 u Sanitary sewerage ....... 25000.00 the board of Public Instructlon & FarmersHank that the :Merchants I yards; thence North 70 yards:
of Oaonola of Klsslmmee Ktsalmnnee thence Mast 110 thence North
County. yards
- irIL Iw, r k'; FOR RENT If nominated and elected I pledge S have this day paaaed and adopted Florida a Florida Is In the process of &S8 yards; thence West j; 110 yardi:
J myself to administer the Tof Total certain resolution wherein It liquidation and that therefore all cred . North 110 yards; thence
duties
Ii .
the .... appears hon Eajt
;, --- ..,...$83.000.00 or claiming 110
FOR RENT-Two office fairly'and ------ that a petition has been filed With aald .... h.vlnl to have bill*, I yard to the place of
apartments b.flnnln.
Il taining bedroom con best of Impartially to the The cost of the paving project Board signed by more than Twentyfive . claims against said Bank .or. more or less. 8ald
: and kitchen. flea" my ability. have no friends with the (25%) per cent of the duly are borebynotiled to present same. to; on the 7th day of April A. I>. 1914. to
)I sonable. J. E. Treat 60a Mabbette to especially serve and no enemies to streets eliminated as heretofore fled. eleilora r..sldlnl within qu..l. day said of Bank.. for. P"fment. Thla the >th: wit: on the Rule Day In AprIl betw'
rf Street. 1B24. Ihe leiral
;, 13-tf punish. With more than mentioned, will Tax School ) 4 of hour of aale, front
Osceola
MERCHANT
twenty years! amount to Count ft of door of the Courthouse
Florida for IAUMFl In
p experience! in the the purpose of Klsslmmee RANK KI..lmm.
26000000. acqulrlnff KI
,
Iron general practice ? They have Florida. ,
o decided build
,
niCNTpr of to do In*. ;i

: ,- or.hou.or'unurnishe.. iu :MIn ..tr.eL.u orroom FurnishedS claiming law, I think to have should the justify me in this, paving under the original plan ing or. otherwl. Im"rovlnf enlarging buildings furnish S 1) L'E.its. FENN.J6HNSTON C"'h"rKJsslmme . 1924.Dated Ihls 1st dAY J HtJN.CADnT.of March. A..: t S
qualifications '
SI : II.Uc hold the office. to for' (the reason that they believed that use of th. public free schools th. exclusive within *, I OARnETT, 1.1 Rpeclal' .Master In Chancery.NOTICR .
FOR the }'lorla '-iotKI.MOTIONl
RENT-8lx.room It is said Special Tax
S bungalow on I will appeciate the Vote and support a fair and equitable way to do School District I

J brick street. Attractive price for of all the voters, and if anything it, and is cheaper than'the 70-30 plan l .ndVHEREAR In said resolution It fur- .SPECIAL "MASTER*

: steady renter. Also should nevent my (seeing all of tIter appears that of said Under ..rRutLJ4T.OJ s.l.I.1 S
-want to rent them as mentioned before Di.- the
and power In ,
also trict the
r personally during ihe for the In the sum of $100.000.00 In us. W.. the Circuit Court of the peen'teenth
are
my home for summer. F. campaign reason qulred for the re hereby undersigned do p Circuit Florida, In
B. Dow th.t'lf the of
purposes announce, JudIcIa
be city set forth proclaim
adopted In
: please the and.decl.re
I ajvured that I and for
It is said
J 7 Vine street. not due petition and said that aj election will County. In Chancery.
S : , ._ x to any indifference or that I will not 30 per cent plan it would require $'78- further flies the T ate of resolutionand Interest to be City hall 'In the City be of held'at Klaalmmee.the I Mairdalen. A. Evans, a widow. ComnlaTnant -

1 ::5 .5- fully appreciate 000.00 additional paid thereon and the time Florida during legal Ta, j. w Miller. Jr.. et at
your vote and in which with other when the th. hour of
S Jhe yot- Foreclosure
FOR princIpal and Inl the 11th of Uortiravs.
Interest
t S RENT-Desirable fur- fluence. Resoftctfullv'! of said bonds ion day of March A.
j,: ; \\1 S improvements as I have heretofore .I would become due and payable. > for the Purpose of el.ctlnl J Re.rond.nl. .t. 8.1a Notice I* here
MILTON City the Special
nished PLEDGER.FOR NOW Tl1EREFOjjjc Commissioner
the
apartment .with allS mentioned, would It I. ordered .- und..I..d
require a to. that an be held aimmee? to serve three hervtofor to carryout
,
modern COUNTY COMMISSIONERHenry tal bond Issue of 16300000. day of : .Ieeton. D. 1924 on the 15th Klnnlng on, the to Tuesday.years In b" the term of Final Decree entered
L S conveniences in This whether to determine A. n. 1124., and April. on the 18th day of .February, A.
} bond issue'together with the by said nr not there! shall b. 'issued Tuesday ending on the flrat 1914, that pursuant tothe term* v ot
Gazette
A. D.
0. Partin present bonds .lnKApr'1' 1917. to
In
I Building Apply announces his D.trlct the sum of fill a said Final becrea
candidacy I sale
bonded vacancy shall offer for
1 ::j,: at this office. to succeed himself as County indebtedness 'of the city, lion for the pro"ld.d purposes In said. of th. term of cu..c of by.th.. Gilbert Plratlon, I and sell. at publlo outcry, for cash la*
a* h..nd.
: Commissioner from Precinct No. 7, would about exhauat the bonding lim h. In which election only "reolu.1 we one do of hereby th. City Commissioner And i est of to said the hllrh..t bidder, the inter.

\ : object to the wishes of the voters in it of the city and would pr vent the School Qualified elector.woo said and E Va...appoint Agnew John and H.McPbatter I est .. R..pond.ht.aa of said the
Di.triet I : N
the Drat.
FOR :
; EXCHANGE forthcoming June Primary. city for are free tOi gage foreclosed In the above Ir.t.
and
a Sam
great "ot. In.pcto. L. Lupf.r.
number. The
: t of years .h.1 sId IJection Jr. a. Conduct *"*.. to-wlti April let II"
JI'OR'EXCHANGE-254 CITY rant making In the .*or room .h.1..b-I I IN WITNESS said election, "" thereafter In described '
S acre well d*- ...COMMISSIONERJ . any. additional city 1m-'Uckl? Barbershop and the City jj her under set WHERnOF w. hart p property located the following
: our
bands .. In
reloped stock and ; -'S provement' by *. bond issue. In Klaslmmee, Inissioners City Com. County, O.eol.
jgrain farm in Wee this Al. I Florida In of the City of Florida' vis: Th.
Colqnitt J method of, notifying the have distrIct and the sholl and caused i Klssimm.i quarter of
the Section In
heretofore stated opeflat i seal of :
pl.
5 County Ga. the saId
only 8 miles voters of Klsslmmee. Hut I city com' o'e2ock a.: man< dose at hereunder afflxed. City to shipTw.ntrflv."ourt.el$(4. '
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a
S sS from Moultrie, Ga., where Swift A ciJdate for re-election to, the am office a en-of mission feel that this is the.proper S down.Phatter K. 0. Vans Agnew John sun*4.. Manager., title list t..t.d Febru.ry br the City.P flange ,Twenty-nine <*.)I feast. Sl'?'d
and D. sale
D ;S :t Co. baa. the, Irgestmeat)' ,packing City Commissioner and J task their rote, plan; and will do tt, greatest good' pointed' ""D.JL*or.C.for Stanford said election.are a,_ Attest U": A 8. GILDmRT. A. *)to''occur**. on the on 7th the djr'of Rule' Day'--ifl.;.
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for election. City '
: orde shall b. Maoa.er City .front door tb* Courthoust,
A. S. the ot.
pub
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of
GILBERT city KI..lmm.-.nd i In
: ; I one each ,
now' week
S S .. .. am for four .uo" H 1 XI.I"m.Florda 'u
S",,, ... 55. 0..1'! weeks In Th Klsslmrose y. S ,. Ct comml..loner'l.I ; March A 1.
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Meetfames Matter Busch and ;'0'000'.0. r
GABLE1N +++999V99999**+** 999**++9+1+++9 *+ 94yn *
", Phipps were among' those attendingthe' CORAL \

_screen performance' "The I 'STUART, GREINEfti'

White Sister"-. at, Orlando' yesterday SOLD FOR.$10 OjOD.O, '

peal Happeniiufs'Basil To-'Trad.:... New broom bungalow R"EAL ESTATE
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on 70x120 corner lot, on paved street '
In best residence:section 9? Sanford Miami Fla, March'' 12-The Coral BROKER

\ _____ .c. _ for Kissimmee 'property. Furnished Gables 'Inn which was thrown 'open I' -
have opened an office in your Town and will, do a general, Real .
if desired. H. A. Neel Gazette Office to the public two months
: ago, was .
Estate and Insurance business.
has I want help and :
Hamilton returned" to To-1 For Rents Desirable furnished 3- -' tf sold Friday to Mrs.: Ella W. McCallof your co-operation
ronto, Canada .., room apartment with all modern conveniences Valdosta Ga.,,for consideration I shall get out a monthly bulletin of the properties listed with in*
in, Gatette Branding Apply'at The onward March for Kissimmee [ a for sale that will go to at least 6000 people who are Interested in,
Dale has been confinedto reported Harry I real
Mrs., : I this ,office, tf. seem to be evident In every+ direc time Mrs. Ice in can .give you. seer
McCall and
purchased six lots selling renting property
her home for nearly, two weeks tion. Rumors of a pipe organ in the your .
because of a seriously infected foot. Mr..: and Mrs. Eli Witt and Mrs. Methodst chure -par on..ce for the in the business section for $10,000 I have complltd 'with all the Laws of 'the State and'' have given a ''
which she intends to Improve in the Fidelity bond ,for the protection of my clients, assuring both the
MM.. A. W. Winn,. Mrs. II. N.' Ma. DeMandel of Tampa, spent Tuesday Baptists congregation-likewise other near future. buyer and seller a square deal. -
with Mr.-and Mrs. J. forms ,of connected with,
M, enlargement,
Cochrane
_* and Miss 'Xugusta Winn Mrs. McCall owns and Call on me, write card; will
kinaon were. 203 Cypress street all the churches. operates or me a I call on you and list )''our-property *
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[ in Tampa Saturday and Sunday. three commercial hcteh one in Val. and advertise It. If I do not sell your property it doe. not cost; .

Messrs Nolan and Drew Pierce of Many Kissimmee people remember dostn, one in Madison, Fla.,. and one 'you anything; if I do, then you will pay me the" usual, commission.I \ .
Bob Grant was in Miami for several in Live Ooak. She Miami believe In Kissimmee. After looking the entire '
to State
Culloden Ga., are pleasantly Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Spansler came a over I select
days ''the last week attending to touring Florida, month ed Kissimmee because I believe that it has a future, I want
; and stopped in Kissimmee several who for many consecutive winters ago, accompanied by her son; with you-be friends with all of i to be
business. days to visit were Kissimmce visitors. TheSponslera with no intention of investing but : you.
their aunt, isles J, E. 1 THANK YOU.STUART. i
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was so taken with the the
beauty of
Lupfcr.Mr. have beenn 'Tampa but
Miss Elizabeth Parker is with herulster
)In. Fred S. Gilbert. For several are now stopping with Mrs. W. II. Coral Gables Inn and the future possibilities f '

weeks she has been in Lakeland. and, Mrs. Wooster, who,are oc. Farmer on Mitchell street.A. it held that she immediately R. GREINER
copying an apartment 'with ,Mrs. A. started negotiations for its pur
Mrs. J. Z. RobersoQ and Mrs. Bars I(I M. Moseley, and Mrs. Moseley, mo E. Morton of Boston Mass., is chase with George E. Merrick: These Office over Postoffice Kissimmee, rldal
tow Dutton were dinner guests of, to Winter Garden last week to spending some 'time with Lewis B. negotiations were closed Friday and
friends in .Or.lando, 'Thu day., I visit Miss Celeste Moseley.' Calhoun, afthe! "'Graystono; hotel. Mrr Mrs McCall has takep over the Inn, 'O'O'OOtO' OOt. OO.O "OO''O.OO" .

Morton has.been coming! to Florida but ,for theTTnTo being will retain -, -- '--. -- '_ _,_ __
Eat'at Dupont's Cafe; tf R. L. TWn>r of Tallahasee, .state' for a number of years' and is delighted Mrs. Chas. D. Thom as manager.

B rr'Longear, nephew of Mrs. J. I tnspector rural schools, has beenin and interested in Kissimmce. and Mrs.'McCall stated that she was not

'Wade Tucker, Is a guest in the' Tucks Kissimmee this week and with its future. contemplating any changes in the Inn THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE

'er home. I Supt. C. E. Yowell' visited Osceola Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sweettand of at the present time, but will add certain .
I county schools refinements: ) to 'the .equipment
Sarasota
were guests of Mr. and
/
Miasma Glenn Lucins of Orlando I 'Which she believes will make $it .
Mrs. I?. ; more
A. 'N el yesterday. The '
was the weekend guest of Mrs. Lev- WILSON' & TOOMER FERTILI comfortable. SUPREME AUTO OILS .
Sweetlands w
are making a tour of the ,
Squires. : ZERS SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD. .A
The Inn' was designed by Architect
I .tate'and both.were greatly'lmpres..
Dr. J. W. Simpson, of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. W. L..Atwood who .fd with the possibilities, of Klssim- Martin L. Hampton and was suggest Good enough for Dirigible Shenandoah ZR-'l and

made a professional call in Kissim- have been house guests of Mr. and ; mee and. will return for longer. stay ed by the Summer Palace, of tho :NC-4 on famous and historic flight, across,Atlantic.
Moors adjoining the Alhambra in ;
mee Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. J. Tucker the pant wekkhave I later. Recommended
.,' departed for their home'in l Grand Spain. It contains approximately 50 by Ninety-two Leading Car Builders.

Mr. and Mrs. Claud Harper.will be Rapids Michigan. II W. H. Goes, a regular ,winter ,visitor '. rooms, which are built ,around spacious . .
guests of Kissimmee friends today here and a Kisaimmee, booster patio with a, terrazzo marble Why Not Buy The Best-Tire Work A SpecialtyGIANT I :'

and over Sunday. Mr. ''and Mrs. John Walker left who is always' on the job, left Tuesday floor.. It (U in this patio now covered a
to take the with flaming bougainvilla and tropical TIRES-COOPER CORD TIRES
.P Tuesday by automobile for Michigan. up daily grind 'at
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard popular They' have been located for several Louisville Ky., where he sojourns flowers that the7 'dinner dancesare FREE AIR '
tourist wintering in Kli immfee, weeks with the Lane Paulks on Brack during the summer. Mr. Coss will held t The Inn is three stories .
are spcnd'tijt a week in New Smyrna. street. I be with us again next winter and high and entrance to the first and .

Under the auspices of the Woman's _..:..- I will TeceVe:' a hearty welcome from second floors is off the .patio and a Cigars'Tobaccos Candy -- Sofe DrinksTY1
The Business and Professional his hanging Spanish balcony The structure -
Club another Trlplctt play, "The many friends here. I
Women have placed sixteen more Is of the of "
one purest types
American Girl," will be given'at the C. c- : ER
trees. This completes their tree Beginning with tine next issue of Spanish and Moorish architecture in '
Casino on Tuesday: night, March 25. planting as far all Vine street, on the The Gazette the paper will be issued the Miami territory and although Now at B-G Kentucky, Filling Station

Miss Lillie Hummock was the Orlando road.WILSON on Thursday: morning instead of Friday only two months old has already established

charming guest of Mills Mildred afternoon AS has been the custom :! a patronage which speaks
her & TOOMER FERTILIZERS heretofore. The well of its - -" , ,_.
LJghtsoy during lai>tweek at change is madj future. -- -- ----- --
SOLD BY H. C. STANFORD.
home on Ililliard'a I$'and. to facilitate the delivery of The Ga- M.... McCall's son-in-law, who is ooo o..oo iooo... o.o ooooo oo .
The Busineax ProfeasionalWomen's zette to out-of-town subscribers. Advertisers manager of her Valdosta hotel will

-WILSON SOLD&BY TOOMER H. C. STANFORD.FERTILIZKRS Club held a short business and friends who have items be associated With her in her new enterprise

meeting Tuesday night, then adjourn. for publication will please govern here. He and his wife arc ......

The public will be.gratified to know ed to attend the Chautauqua pro. themselves accordingly: as the forms with her mother here they having ','
that another Triplett play will be gram. ,, will,, close Wednesday noon. made an extensive motor tilp from ,
given on March 25. Remember "TheJlay' their w. ;' .
home to most of the principal BOoKS ;
,- Methodist Missionary Society will SALES
the thing." Messrs. Ramsey and Hcrndon of cities of Florida both on the east and
: hold a literary-social program at the Orlando, the (,engineers who have
been .
west const Mrs. J. E. Hardae sis-
J. E. Dowries a representative of Bungalow Monday afternoon at 3:30 .We exclusive ,
engaged by the city commission to teri1 \-aw of Governor Cary Hardee :; are representatives .
the Tamnjt Tribune circulation department o'clock. Mrs. Richardson will be '
draw up the plan, and make the 'joined the the 1;. '
specifications party on west coast.
was business visitor in lender the for fifty
a of program. for the over : r
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y&vingto be done "I think Coral Gables is beautifuland

the city Tuesday. Mr. 11. M. Nolle of Titusville, is in in this city in the very near future, delightful! place in%which to live," styles of, Sales Books. We- ,
Mm. George Ilcke who has beenin Kinsimmte visiting her brothers' C. were in the city fn Wednesday even- said Mrs. McCall, "The architecture I

the Busby home for the season W. Griffin, J. E. Griffin and J. .J. ing and spent several hours with the reminds me of the villas in Florenceand are prepared to furnish you .

returned Tuesday to'her. home in Griffin. Mrs. Nolle i. recuperatingfrom members of the city commission! and Venice Italy and some of France. samples and ,'.
Harriiburg, Pa. a hospital operation porformed others in going over: the plans in 'every We came out to Coral Gables to look quote you
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In Orlando recently ; detail. :at the lots never dreaming of buyinga 'prices within an hour's
: no
,, Mr, and,,Mr.:, D..B. Shaver motored : '
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hotel here. But when
(' to Wauehula'slsst(, Saturday. Mrs. Through the kindness:\ 'of, Kin: I Miss AlbinaSmith, ; who for many stepped .inside the Inn my she daughter "" tice. ,- ,, ,_
, was so .
iShaverTremaJne\ < the week'to' vis4 )'ears:was engaged in c'ounty dcmor '.. ''' '1\I""fh"\ ,. ' .
'j mee merchants plus:the, unstinted elf )' 'r'.r'Yi;; :
highly impressed with it that she induced '. .
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(r>\ft\with' her:many friends there. ,,:' fcrti stration work in .this visited ; Phone 11 call or writehxit ' ; '
, ''* .' \, *" . ,*." ", .of ,'.Ream>;,Kn1ghtr;i' the ti Baptist:! 't county me to purchase it. You have "J " .
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*JL LU-U lIT-r church is to theJr! Kissimmee from Friday,,. until,,Tue '!;" \ '
givng friends very New York Atlantic \
The Moses Lola and Lottie Lawler City Venice and I \\f.1i ourrepresentatlvewlll do
day. Miss-' Smith is located J'n' Jacksonville ... ... .... r.
will arrive tomorrow to be the guests attractive calendars containing schedule ther cities here in Miami and vicl ....' "" ,,. '' ': "\," ,'-,'),;t"o, .., .
and "
came to Kiits.'mmee: '
of church services. on a the rest.
of Mrs. .J. W. Tucker, for several I business nvty.' The new shops don't compare ..
trip, to remain or'
a day so.
.weeks. rent-Teachers Association in Few people are more generally love:! witnvthosein ,iaml. I feel that the i
their business meeting last Thursday throughout the county, than Miss Inn underttte capable managementof ? .
Mrs, W. J. Steed Mrs. Powell Mr. attended to several matters of importance .Smith, and it would require many Mrs. Thom will, prove highly successful X'cwaaroaaaaaa x
and Mrs. P. C. Bulforff, motored to'1' :days she to receive her .
and voted to expend at once wire many and I know it will be a popular ...
friends ..here.WILSON .
attend the "Tho
Tampa to play,
sixty dollars of their fund for playground I hostelry. + +ooooo.+.++ _+*4frfr++0 t
Hunch Back of Notre Dame.;
: equipment.A ZERS A TOOMER FERTILI . __ __ - . . ._, ,_ - u_ , __ ,
SOLD BY !!. C. STANFORD.
WILSON 1& TOOMER FERTIU-
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ZERS'SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD. business man' from Sanford inspected George Dayson who really thinks
MAGNOLIA PARK ADDITION
Mr and Mrs. Richard B. Brown of last week Selected 12 lots for he is the boss of the Dayson Hotel

Sanford have been guecta of Mr. and an Invel'tmentBeautiful; .lots. Only and Cafe liked his ad in The Gazette
910 rash, $5 month. No taxes, last week well that
per so he contractedfor
Mm. W. J, Stoed, this week. Mrs.
no interest Boyer; & Tatum, State ,liberal SHOESA'LE
a for whole ,
space a
Brown and Mrs. Steed are sisters. Bank Bldg. tf year.
_,_ The Dayson is a credit to Kissimmeo wl
W. C. T. U. will meet this 'after I ,The Orlando Symphony Orchestra a and its excellent menu and service
noon at 3 o'clock. ,An 'interestIng program 1 have part of'' the musical pro win many words of praise from theo ,

has been arranged. Guests. gram for the Orlando flower show t numerous guests who register there "60 : '. ---.1>.;.,- '';--''- ...::'" ,:: ; ,-: -:- _, :- ': .. "f. ,: ..: ', : ,_ :- : ", '_,- '_ :;- .; : _._' ., ,
will, be cordially welcomed. be held April 25. Several Kissimmeeladies Try one of the Sunday chicken dinners .

are 'members of this splendidorcheltra. and !give Mary a lest and the
John E. Hicks, of Port Tampa City kid. a treat.,

a locomotive engineer on the A. C. L., -- SATURDAY AND MARCH 1517We
was a guest of V. W. Edwards yesterday )fl'. and Mrs. Fred Briggs of Atlanta Mrs. Lucy J. Young was delightfully MONDAY

,. for a few hours.J. aretocated with 111''. Farmer surprised by her. sister Mrs. J. J,

for a week or two. Mr. Briggs: is Tucker who had arranged a party in have 200 Pairs of Florsheim and Douglas Shoes for Men that wo
C. Morris scout executive cen superintendent of the southern division honor of her 79th birthday, Monday t tare

tral Florida council with headquarters of the Barclay' Corsage Company afternoon.' A large birthday take,, offering at Real Bargain: Prices. Also 75,Pairs 'Ladies Gun Metal I'
at Orlando was here yesterday of Atlanta. ice ,
cream marguerites, nabtacaa; ,,
looking after Kissimmee troop. Shoes .that have listed at astonishingly; '
Mrs. .[. M. Willson (Mrs. Minnie- punch and confections, were enjoyedby ) High-Quality we' prices ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mrs the invited guests, who were Mg' I
JCing Moore Willson) returned Jut night ,, ....... .. __...,,.. ......
dames . .. .. . --
Jennie'Ihnlley Stanfleld. Edwards Cautchland RoN'Jl" nuv.r.u.'RoI'.2'1. .....'.... < .__'--1"; h r.rFl."" .u. 7T "' "'
Grimes, Miss and from Baltimore Md. For several 1 -.a; - ---- - -- - WMen's'$7,0Q

James McFarland. of Tampa, were weeks Mrs. Willson.has been in Johns Miss Leitner, sister Star mem- "

guests Sunday 'at the. J. K. Milliard Hopkins Hospital for special treat berg. Men's $5.00 Florsheim :$ 2 4.8, Florsheim $3 'AO

home.. ment. . :Robert L. Shipp, editor, and Sidney and Douglas Oxfords. and Douglas. Oxfords. ***

.A: Carraway, business! manager ,
Magnolia park lots are selling fast. Misses Virginia Sigler Irene In < :
Call at the office. Car' waiting to of The DeMolay Herald with officesin '
gram Geneva' Roberson and Julia j Men's $6.00 Florsheim Men's $ Florsheim 'AQ '
show You this beautiful addition. Ask Sanford were In Kissimmee Wed,1 I 98' 7.50 '$4
about'the FREE BUNGALOW.' .Boyer Ledbetter will conduct a candy salon e and Douglas Oxfords. \J. and Douglas Oxfords? ,% '*** .
& Tatum tf benefit thprimary j '
State Bank. Bldg Broadway Saturday to Ca- .;- '
department of the MothodieSunday i "
home Miss Monday Dorothy from:Makinson Tampa where returned she school.WILSON ., ing Herald of the for next magazine month in will future.be enlarged The Men's $8.00'and $9.00 Florsheim and Men's $8.00 and '$8.50 :Florsheim.and ;}

' "bad been the 'guest'of her brother-In. 'TOOMER, FERTILIZERS containing 24 pages and 1,000 cop Douglas < A OA, Douglas $4.48 r'Shoes'

law and sister, Mr. ; and 'Mrs. Claude SOLD, BY'H." &. STANFORD. ies will,be printed Toe boys are making .. Oxfords ._.-v. ;. . . SateVO_ . .- .... ',; ., >... .'.

harper A.' Kanner, formerly in'busines. a success of the .venture and,The ,

Miss Bessie Gilbert of Ocoee. here was in Kissimmee Wednesday ,awarded Gazette feels the' contract complimented,for in being the Mens7.00 and ,$8.00 Florsheim and," '1.. en's$8. O and- $10.00. Florsheim k
,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Gil shaking:hands with his many friends printing' Douglas and
berthas been spending some time Mr. Kanner is a real booster for this publication., ,' ; $3.48 Douglas .$4.98'

'with-her..parents., Miss Gilbert' is a city and; section*and""always,'' .has a WOOD: WOOD r, .WOOD! -, ;I ,Shoes ., ... . ..... .. Shoes y V. ,.. ..r.. .?# ... I

teacher in the public school at Ocoee. good word to"say Kissimmee, He
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I am still to ,furnish ." .- -- - - -
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1. is now ,located ..Sanford.. \ .. prepared my.aatomera .- - , - 1111 .
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Elmer Tress'ofr: Beaver Falls, Pa., 'with 120 veneer blot. -
.Iwwrence'and Frances Tress. Mr. daughter, who, came with Mr.,. and blocks, 92.95.> Split for stove-wood, I

Tress has-been; touring the! ,,state for Mrs.. S. C. Tyler, from Wooster, Ohio,, $8.35 guaranteed;. 12-inch full for strand>$345.; 15-inch Get your'for' IBfie Corner Dry Goods Store

the past, three months and finally a few weeks ago and have been visiting winter's supply.now. All delivered.
:e me-'to.: this'citJ""where= he' has"coax. Mrs TylorV !'parent, Dr.; and Phone '91.' J. Boning 48-tf ,

'pressed *<,:desire ,to:'remain'' for .:some Mrs Derbyshire,' left"for:.the- north, Quality pins, Servtcn in -J .Quality' 0"ner---No'.2, :'Groadwny: ,
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S -. beat guard ere they didn't have a, Job:* Some Fellows. Want "RUNABOUT .:,":;: '
Editor ._..._._ Park Doughten in '. t- :
Assistant Editor...___Eleanor Rosen full .te m. He made five of their Clyde Harris-Chief carpenter J:
feel bad about toad-school factory. M x
''REPORTERS pointsW didn't *o '
1. Ninth Grade .Joe Tucker i It aiAJTmight. We expect to make Dick Bandyc-Mechamcal: inspectorfor 'l"-., j .'-
Tenth Grade .... C"rr a better showing with the Juniois, although rural mail boxes. ...1 '
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Eleventh Grade._._ Louise Edminson it will be a hard game.There's'a . Roy Horning-Iceman' in Green- 1' "l ,"
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,Twelfth Grade....____Madge Rivera -- land.F.. .."M..I ....
Music Popt.......__..Eunice -Ulvera ? S. Ledbetter-Government inspector o.'
of non-skid dog collars, -manufactured --1
cymbal that I know of, it.
NOTES and Harris Mfg.
JUNIOR by Bandy '
Just little curley-quene,
a Horn. .,:o I
Co., 'Peg
:
The tickets for the play "Clarence"to Just a common, simple token "

be given by_the Juniors March 21, Neither out-of-date nor new; Mike Steed-Did you say you had '" ..
I ere on sale. We hope that every student But to wisdom' and to power, seen the Catskill mountains T #
in the,high school will buy one It will guide the frailest bark, Rudolph Walker-No, I never did, lip c-. .ISww

," ti', or more of these tickets. The cast leas It's the keystone of achievement but, I've seen them kill, mice.. :
:
mark.
It's -
just a question .
follows: .
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Miss Bass Where, born? / .
Mr. Wheeler-A successful business 1- were you ilmn4
Drlr
man who cannot manage his Though it isn't much to look at, Roy 11.-In Ohio. .. .

family, F. S. Ledbetter. And It isn't much for size, Miss Bass-What part DwmunteUt Klmt tit utra 't 140-f, .,
Clarence-An ex-soldier, who finds It's' the father of ideas Roy-Why all of me, of course. 1t.' ..
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himself the center of a distracted And the germ of enterprise. .' '
family circle, Milton Graham. It's the key to visions' shatters,. Franco: D.-Her". Johny what, are 'I''
Mrs.. Wheeler-Mr. Wheeler's<< jealous Letting light into the dark; you looking of those historiesfor Order Your Ford i i

J wife, Ellanore Overstreet. It's the starting step to progress, ? .
Bobble Wheeler-Their son, who' That little question mark. Johny Wine!_Why, I'm trying to '
I has been "fired" from another boarding find out who General Delivery' j i RunaboutNow'I! : 'IA

school, David Bronson. Keep it ever close before you remind .
In the business of the day Lives of Seniors all us'We ," '
\ should try to do our beat, the demand for Ford Runabout 1 I. far in excess
reached
ent tormenter, Eleanor Rosen. Though you think you've per- leave behind Each spring 4 4of ,
And. departing, us
Violet Pinneyi-Cora's fection, .
governess the immediate supply. r ...
that will .the rest.
*nd a "heart smasher" Eunice Riven. There is still a better way. Notebooks help ... ' + a;
Fart In traffic, to park and fitted with ample lucca "
J If you count yourself a wizard Eleanor Rosen-How much did it easy *
MM. Martyn-Mr. Wheeler's' secretary If you feel that you're a shirk set you back to get your head bobbed.Ellzabetb t', space, the Ford Runabout especially adapted for the wo kol ", i f t,

I e Rebekah Miller. That just shows what you're needing Carter-Oh, about four salesmen and others who must conserve time and energy ia ; f' 0
Mr. Item-A. persistent bachelor, Is a good, old question mark. calls
years. making their daily ;
Fred' Lupfer. .. vII \ I;' !

'r Dell*--The Irish housemaidLuciie You can always do thing better, "Say," whisepred the fraction; to ." you Jo mx wuh 10 p y CM*lot yout or.you cu.....s ,}. '.' I. I
Griffin. You can always use more care; the mixed numbers at the Number's \". 1ow.-.lI.. dow and. !my HTM m tfct b.U c. oo-;.' .
Dinwiddu-The butler, Clyde" 'Har You can find room for improvementAny Ball, "Is my numerator on straight?" Or you Cd W es the Ford Wee l l, PurctiM. PtafcW9 it 1 :;- J
ris. time and anywhere; ,
4 ,
You can open up new pathways, The night was cold and so .... ...' / ,, .' f
I SENIOR NOTES You can clear away the dark, was she as they strolled in the TM, Kcr 6 .;.
1 1 If you keep before your visionA dark. They sat down on a wooden '. ..
J Some of the football boys ordered little -Question Mark.. bench and threw pebbles! at the dark. 'i; '. J =--: Detroit, Michigan .
> gold football some time ago. These -Herbert Gay Sisson. "When I see all these rocks," says '. .i' I,
have arrived At last and are being she,' (and it steadily grow colder' ) ?! 1 ;
proudly worn..It: is noticeable that SOPHOMORE NOTES "and stones and things. I only wish I ,: K. See the Nearest' Authorized Ford Dealer.. : i
{ 00 far not a girl has been able to acquire you were a little bowlder." \,
I J one of these footballs. However Down in the third grade one of the ...... "'. ..I..;;
; after the boys have had them for little girl has invented a new way Sue L-What would you do if you : -. .
I
t a while perhaps they will consent to to begin stories. She began with: were in my shoes? ; '
,, -i let the girls wear them. Let's hope "Wuney punny time." That reminds Dorothy B-I would polish them. !" $$: .A .
f ,:' BO anyhow girls! us that we have imnroved a little bit e ,j,
!$, The basketball -season Is over at since entering the 0. H. S. john Sanderson..-Well, it looks like '. r
'f'' last and everyone is disappointed because ---.- we wit have a new gymnasum pretty
the girls did no get to go to tho A Logical Idea soon. I
d' tournament. They lost only 'one game Julia-Mr. Bowen does a tadpole'sail Dick Makinson-Yes, won't that be
this- season and they feel that they turn into his legs? ,nice. Glad to have some where to E F-ITC CAR.S TRUCKS f TRACTORS
deserved strike a match on the to the ath-
to go. Three of the Senior way
lutes of the Spick and. Hotel '
t' Span
,- girls have been on the basketball .letic field.Joanna.
'f< 1. In case you are thirsty there III 1
l team every year that they have been '
;::1 . ia high school We think that is a a spring in the bed. to Fred-Twinkle, twinkle, .
> 2. If leave .
you your watch up little hair. How I wonder what -
I, [j l" pretty good rcord for the Sniors,don'tyon stairs do not let it run down. 'hire/ Up above the brave you -_ ._-, -- -- -. --- . .
top so --
? As a matter of fact think - ''' ---'- -'--
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1.., we 3. If watch stops listen to the the "
'''It that the Senior class this year is the bed tick.your Why dickens don't you shave? SILVERTOWN ALWAYS!
best ono "that ever was." ,
t I' \ : 4. If your bed is toe: short do not .Mr. Fowen: "What keeps the sun

'. sleep long. from falling?" Our recommendation always backs Goodrich, Silvertown, ,
J FRESHMAN NOTES'It 5. If bed is cold, got hot. Carroll I Makinoon '
your : "The beams, of We know the (act I.Ve''e seen them proved 'by
( It seems like hard',luck knocks to course!
The Armies Wonder
I 'i the Freshmen to be beat every time. Alfred Wilson Oughten't performance( to our customers. Why not invest in the
Thursday the Sophomore yon to Marvaret-"Mr. Bowen, I just quality cord tire? Its low will
I quartette have something around you to go started growing a so bow cost amaze you. ,. .
year ago
J. Jumped and beat ,
on us by
4 us a score
motoring at nifrht? i "
tall will ,
I ?
r of 17 to 9. Well we had to I get .
anyway Marv Jane. lIancock-lIaven't
{ '
J. lend them Dick'Makinson yon I I Mr. Bowen-"Well<< I don't know,
i II one of our1'.L anything with you? but not above ten feet, I guess. Goodrich

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JJ J NARCOOSSEE BOARD en persons have been found who oppose Hard island road, practically all the

I \ OF TRADE NOW HAS the plan. work being done by convicts.In SILVERTOWN CORD ;

; OME ALL ITS OWN Of course the home for aged editors ': the spring of 1919 he made the ..

will be located: at Navcoossee for race for sheriff with Mr. Steve Outlaw

the world knows it's the healthiest I and Mr. young Tindall, winningthe ,

I NARCO055KE Fla., March place on earth, and health' is one's nomination by 64 votes' }' In the
.'i:,; What other boafd ,of trade or' firstithoughtrfortwithputr it1 neither I general "
: 12'-1 r ? > election: ,he defeated': 'IFunk Ij "
,, '" ( ,;", bet of'commerce. ,in ..,Florida peace:?$happinea3Jnorjicont( : ; ;\!elRepublica.1 candidate, by a "d', r,r",'" .I.
: boast of \ts possible? ,. l "
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owning own building i r' .' good majority. \, "" N
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,. and ground, as the Board of Trade of I During 'his incumbency in 'of fi !0 ' :

\ Karcooasee does? AtVhe last meet-i FARMER ASKS Osceola county has enjoyed a comparative :. '

tag of the board of s hood commissioner REELECTIONON freedom from the operations

; r } ,,' the proposition f.the Board o of the criminal classes. lIe gives full '"
HIS RECORDA
t of Trade of Narcooscee to purchase credit to the police officers in Kissimmeo tI,

the school building and grounds at BRIEF and St. Cloud for their cooperation ", I
SKETCH
OF A
POPULAR
,4 U his place was accepted, and the board and good work In bringing 'Ic' IJ

j I has taken possession and moved in. CANDIDATE FOR RE about this desired result,

IS- : r The purchase this building and ELECTIONThe While making an,arrest at a turpentine 'Ic'I ".'
;1" ground is only one of advanced
many camp, in' company with Deputy "
i I I steps the Board of Trade of Nareoossee present sheriff of Osceola county Sheriff Bronson, a negro desperado
; has taken since its organza. is a native of fired
I Georgia. At the age two shots, neither' of which ::1 ,
f t ton in November'last, notably among .of 'eight years he ?came to Marion took effect, at the officers, who cap I

which are the procuring of renovated county, Florida, where ho attended a I tured' their man uninjured. Singh ..

depot building, the granting of.monthly' a country school until he was fifteen, handed he' captured Neely Augustus, 'I

(: cash allowance by the county when he began to .hustle for himself, a negro who broke /(jail at DeLand a \ ;Y

commissioners for' the purpose of securing employment in a logging few' weeks before hd was to be hanged -

advertising advantages of Nar- camp a* flunkey at $10 a month, finally and who had been convicted 'of two '

eoossee and vicinity to the end that .being promoted to the responsible murders. Augustus was returned to '

the outside world. may learn of the : position of superintendent. He DeLand where he suffered; the ex

wonderful opportunities and poseibilltiea'twe quit logging, married and went into treme penalty for his 'crimes. Mr. "
| have to offer the home- the mercantile business Farmer
at Elleton, has captured, a number of
seeker, the investor and the tourist, Manatee ', '
county. Later he sold out murderers wanted by other sheriffs
and the successful launching of the there and engaged in the naval stores and has done all the criminal work

,. .proposition. -to' build., a sixteen-foot business in Orange county coming to himself. He has never shot -a man, ,
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\J: nara !roan from this pace wine Osceola county in 1911. lost a prisoner, nor ever had a Jail .
Orange county line, there to connect When this / ,
county leased 40 convicts delivery, notwithstanding the *fact
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with a like road' leading to Orlando. for road work, Mr. Farmer was that some "bad men" once came .. .-

k 1'1 of The board ha also adopted the plan engaged as captain of the road gang, wrecking the Jail. Ha is asking verynear E. V. :Fox .-

l: i holding fortnightly luncheon,which I and later was made supervisor of re-election solely on his fitness for :

"" (JI baa proved a splendid drawing card, roads and the county home, which position the.office of sheriff of Osceola eon Roberts Filling StationBEST '
,: a* the full membership Is always
he .
held for seven years, but ty.
present: unless unavoidably detained, resigned when the state took the -
.' ' and which, as a !'Ule. are attended byn' convict to work only on state over roads. Dip ln
( one or more of Osceola' prominent While road supervisor Mr. Farmer 'mixture lust 'before planting is rec "

citizens, the guest foe; the coming worked over practically road ommended by experts as a means of ---.-------
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luncheon on Friday 'everting at 7 In the and every preventing red rot of sugar cane. lit Vice-Pres..Mrs. J. Z. Roberson. -

1- ; o'clock, being Hon..A. F. Bass, county in county was instrumental 2nd Vice-Pre*.____Mrs. G. T.' 81g'ler dub President..__..Mr*. J. L. Overstreet
making many new roads and short. Obviousness V1oe-PresldentMr.
'f F. C. Brian
J/' commissioner, and Hon. John L Ov.rstnet. cuts. His first work was to changethe Aviator's Companion: "What city Treasurer-----------Mrs.Secretary.-.Mmi. Alice John Parker Pugh month.Meets-,second Tuesday night of each Secretary__?____Miss Foda 'McNeil!
.
circuit: clerk; The luncheon road to run parallel with the -railroad are we over now?" Chairman of Civic Pepartment; President.__ Treasuror...._....Mr.. B. G. Smith
i Friday night will be further enlivened from where the fair grounds are what Aviator: "Look" down and tell me .........____Mrs J\. T. Morrison Vice-President..Mrs___ Miss Lillian H. K. Sawyer -

!- by the members enjoying performance now located to "Two you see. Chairman of Fine Arts Depart. Secretary_________Mis Deyoreo Red Croea \
Campbell Station
; via radio of the Pittsburgh, shortening the distance between the, "Chicago.holdup" ment,_____.___...Mrs.. II. W. Boice Treasurer __._.__Mis** ;J.ucy Percle BucketsPaientTIaebers' Oliver ---., ,
Pa. quartet, and such others ---- Meets at the call) of the'pre.Aden'
aa can -
point 2 1-2 miles. lie penuaded the Mother Club at the Chamber of Commerce.
I'{ t be(picked< up, this entertainment be- county md city official to build the .Association Preeldent.Elli. F. Dade
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:. fag made possible' through the courtesy road across the lake to St. Cloud, after I KISSIMMEB Aad WOMAN'S CLUB I Meet at three o'clock on the third Meets at I(Secretary.Mrs.' .':WIUa' Steed
Their four
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Actlvltle
?1ft. of:Mr. Gallatln, of St. Cloud, a bond issue for Friday afternoon of each month. Thursday o'clock on the first Treasurer------------; Howard Kat,,
:" ;} who is i the 'agent' in' this 'section for defeated $11,000 had been President____.___._Mr*. W. J. Friitp the afternoon of each month in i(Home Service ,Secretary.. .._
} the radio'. eoDipaDY.: opponent to the project declaring Wv C. T. ,U. Secretary-.Mrs. T. R. Moseley high school building., I I I ._;......_.__Allion 'T. French .

the road could not be built for Treasurer____.'_____Mrs. -G. W Best ,
The,petltJon"caU1ne an election to that amo nt. The final cost to KIsimmee and Meets atfourth Friday' alrnno; the second Committee on Child Welfare, -

boad this district for $100,000 to was only $600 the of each Mesdames J. E. Lupfer .G. W. Best
r total eon month in the '
traOd the hard road from here to"the to this' Chapter House. and R. J, Denning. J """ T1
city and county_being $2,000 President.___ _Mrs M. V. Borer 0 : .. rpl3omStor. : :
:Orange county line was filed with the and $2.500 was raised by private sub ViN-Pn8Ident.M.... W. B. Makinson .,

commissioner at'their meeting Monjdayjof scription. Mr.Farmer; also surveyed Secretary_.___.Mrs. John McPhatterKlsira'aee Hart Memorial .

t' : ,laat".week,and will;be passed and built the Klssimmee-Melbourn Meet at the call of' the president. eN CA.". teasel ijieral'DHecteIM ,

; M tat, the April meeting: Whea'' an road.from'Aahton Station to'the Bre- \ Wosaeat' Club President.__Mis* Elisabeth Donegan
A1' selection' will be called Secretary_______:.Mrs. A hiM.SI .
Sl.e.r.,1r..eAwk
for MIU date vard line built S.OH.; Buttock: '".
county the
'ta May, and will carry by practically to Shingle Creek and brick down' road Tuesday; afternoon of each: the first Treasurer---------Mrs.; 4\. W. Whin. aert"A...._ AR"__' "
put Partof month Library
a unanimous ,vote, a* not a half .dot- .the brick: on the St CToud and Hilt. the Chapter .House, at Ch'm..NJ'I.- S. B: :Aultman. KI l.._.. Hip Srati-AiMftiMiStnte at: fell,
President_ .
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: .._Mr*. II. N. Makinson
/ Business, and Professional, ,Women'. [ 01 'ora..t'" PHONKa ReeUtenee(.Tl. 1'::

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a' ?t"

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PUTS BURIED TREASURE..IN ,1 __ __ _


r F ARM AD HOME, PAGE P T. M..w.Cook'. of BANK, Hughes, Springs- ,J| InsistOn

Ca. county, deposited! $5,380 in $5,
$10 and $20 gold pieces in the First "
National Bank of Linden that' had rta.aw
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been buried under his ;residence be

'RAY EARLY TO CONTROL 157,000 WORKERS EMPLOYED said, for thirty years, says the Wea-
MELON APHIS ON CITRUS -1 HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES BY FORD MOTOR COMPANY therford Texas Herald. Mr., Cook
I was' an old settler of Texas and was
Bites In the citrus groves are de. Weekly from home Demonstra. Employment in the Ford Motor" frightened into patronising, the bank ,

anding that owners begin fighting| ,!. lion Specialists: TallahasseeSt. Company organization is now at the when Green Jarrell and .wife, were 1 a 1 1
with nicotine solutions. highest point in the company's hls-> murdered 'and robbed recently, near
em
the trees are demanding ehbugse Patrick's Soup tory and reflects in a general way the llughej Springs. FiguringInterest

'lcr to be protected from Use: 3 potatoes prosperous condition existing in the aVTourTer cent which Mr. Cook
Many grovel In the citrus belt have 1 quart of milk country as well as in the automobile could have received from any bank in and you will be f
inapected by -A. II. Beyer ... sliced onions industry. his county, his $6,380 would have
stant en entomologist of the experi- 8 tablspoona of butter There are approximately 157.000 earned him in interest in thirty years sure to have

station, and he- reports that 2 tablespoons of flour ,workers employed in Ford industriesin 1 646600.
Such injury will be done within the IKteatpoons of salt the United States, according to recent tho very finesto&tme&l ,

xt few weeks by the melon aphis. % teaspoon of,celery salt figures. Of, these more than 24- A ,BALKING MULEA'farmer's
th&t
When leaves wilt and curl up this U teaspoon of'pepper 000 work in branch assembly plants: : mule had just balked in

sect U !bound to be present and Few grams of cayenne The largest number employed in the road' when the country doctor be made.
the leaves. If there are loU any single manufacturing unit is, of can
3 tablespoons of tomato, catsup came by. The farmer asked him, if
antlrcrawHnsT around the trees,tho course, at the Highland Plant at Detroit
1 of "c'u're
parsley.Cut could
teaspoon chopped he give him something to start Cooks quicklyE t
certain to be where 68.600 work.
,hW are almost pres- the in salted men are at he
potatoes boiling the mule. The said .
physician
-alas : a+
t;ants are fond of the "honey dew"vcn water. When soft rub through a The biggest.increase in the number: could and reached into his medicinecase sy to prepare

off by the aphis. strainer. Scald milk and onion together employed at any one place during the gave the mule some powder. ..if
From the many ants and winged! ; remove onion and add milk last.ye.r was made at the' River The mule switched his tail tossed his

male aphis, found in the groves by slowly,to the pptatoes. Melt half tho .Rogue plant of the company. .A year head, and started on a mad gallop,up
rofcsaor Beyer infestationeofathcso butter. Add dry ingredients. Stir while: 28,000 men.were employed there,. the road. The farmer looked first at
,leiit the spring: until well mixed, then stir 'Into boiling today there are 42,000 workers the galloping mule and then at the
is melon aphis, or athis.kown on the payroll.
,his. -known soup; cook one minute; strain. doctor. f
as., melon aphis, or as Add remaining butter and tomato Other manufacturing units, l includ "How much did that medicine
wltich often feed P 1\--rrd--keep ing the Lincoln car plant at Detroit "
and with asked.
eta llUP; sprinkle parsley. cost? he
hem down, seemed to be ..carce.J"lm..di.te | Serve in boulion cups.Shamrock and the plants at ..Kearney N. J., .'Oli, about fifteen cents," said thehYlleian.
with nicotine Hamilton Ohio. Green Island. N. Y.
spraying .
I SaladPare .
,
.
Llphate is recommended. If the cucumbers and cut into rectangular Glassmere Y. Pa., and Poughkeepsie N.: j "Well give me a quarter'sworth, --_. C't

[rower has to mix his materials innrd box-shaped piece. 2 3-4 inches employ close to 11,000 men. quick-I got to catch that mule.
dissolve 3 4 plants around Detroit give _
he should or
water, -
high. Then cut into thin slices,
ounds of whale-oil or laundry soap keeping sections in original employment to jnorethan 800 while According to local realtors, upwards
shape.
every CO gallons of spray. This Spread evenly .and smoothly with at the present ime here are over 4,000 of a half-million dollars' worth VALUES
ryes A double purpose:' softens 'the mayonnaise dressing (stiffening 1 men at work on the company's timber 'of _real estate changed hands in the TWIN I' .

Miter and enables the spray to spreadore cup with H teaspoon of' granulated and iron ore properties in the upper county seat last week much St. Petersburg '

uniformly over the foliage. The gelatin dissolved in Vfc tablespoon pf peninsula of Michigan. capital being invested. LA-,
be careful to reache hot water, ) and garnish in,center with Ford coal mines in Kentucky and cal people are apparently not awaketo
under side of the leaves with then small piece of cut torepresent West Virginia are green pepper
shamrock .and in ment to more than 3,600 men and the hardly realize what is taking place in
In preparing nicotine sulphate, mix diamond-shaped, pieces of cornerswith truf I Detroit Toledo and Ironton, the Ford real estate activity in Clearwater. sits. u er t 1w

.4 of a pint of 40-percent nicotine fle. A small wooden skewer (toothpick railroad employs. in excess of 2,600 Noted people stopping at the Belle- -
.
ulphate in 60 gallons of water. This ) is useful to accomplish this men.There view' hotel,, as well as moneyed folks 4tf
are in addition to all these
'v.s the proper strength lligh- garnishing. Serve individually in I of Tampa and St. PetersburK.re.m
ride nicotine dusts are a!so valuable nests .of lettuce leaves. some-700 employees in the Henry _<< ,the heavy investors of last
controlling the aphis, if thoroughly Ford Hospital at Detroit, more than week. Several large tracts lying Immediately a f''
i To Present Piano Keys { a ,
pplied with a dusting machine. from Sticking 700 in the Henry 'Ford Trade school south of the Belleview hotel "
at Highland Park and there are more .grounds have,hanced hEnda'and! _
If piano keys stick during
[ERNANDO'S DAIRYMEN' .- damp your weather try using an extension than branches-of 11,000 employees,the' 'n'the foreign t there are.rumors- of gigantic developments I r eti b. 5

ARE WORKING PROFITS cord 'and hanging .n'electrict light company similar to that of Carl Fisher'sat .
AND MAKING down into the inside of the, instrument ' Miami or Coral Gables or IIo'lywood. j
I -
to dry. out the It is ENCOURAGE, BOYS AND GIRLS .
dampness.
farmers are ,
count dairy ,
"Htrnando TO START POULTRY CLUBS
1et44101
bulb .
cooperativelethods important that the light be suspended ----
ottinjr results through *,d iMa11Or1
of producing and marketing so as, not to touch any part Boys' and girls' poultry clubs in _
That definite staU- of the piano. various .sections of the have
roducts. very country RUPTURE rti +
ent is made by Ilamlin L. Brown, Emergency Hot Water BottleIf been educational to both young and r
In' of yod have no hot-water bottle at old folk and have acted
tension dairyman 'a report as the begin- f
onditions in that county. Other hand try filling fruit jars with hot ning point for what lated proved to EXPERT HERE.
water. Yon will find it excellent '
an }
be highly successful -
latements follow: co-operative or. *

I There farmers own and operate a substitute.For Tarnished Brass ganizations.It FJ II. Seeley of Chicago and Philadelphia 'jteq hUina (

.'4,000 modern milk 'plant that II After squeezing the Juice from a is through these co-operative or the noted truss expert: ,, will i-
with refrigerating, pasteur ..nlzation'.Jlaat the greatest success ,
quipped personally be at the Angebtlt Hotel
lemon, use the remains<< for cleaning ,
icecream machinery churns can be reamed! and folks .
:ing and bran, by first dipping in salt and young nd will remain in Orlando this Friday SingkrJDoubktShJIAIRNETS COCOANUTOIL
nd all other machinery that go with powderd brick dust. This I. excellent should be encouraged' to start clubs only; March 21.- Mr. Seeley says:
modern milk plant. They manufac- to keep them'going, in the opinion of "The Spermatic Shield will not only SHAMPOO r
also for scouring cooking vela
for the cooling of copper H. n. Lansden. extension
re their own ice sels.ooooooooooooooooooo. poultrymanof retain any case of rupture perfectly,
ilk on their farms. the Florida. College of Agriculture. but contracts the opening in '10 dayson
The co-operative milk plant disfibutes Each member is directly interested the average cat*. Being/ a vast PERFECT extra AN IDEAL, shampoo 't,

"90 per cent of tie milk in In bettering one breed; and since advancement over all former methods large nets of the for adults and 3:
Irooksville, and ships 'from 200 to o 0 this breed has the common interest -- xcmplifynjf: instantaneous effects 'd :l
CHIPS o finest human ,children. Pure
milk every |10 everybody is lending his or her efforts
00 gallons of pasteurized immediately appreciable and
Ilernando o 0 toward its advancement. This breed web 't' quick-lathering, "f fI
i.r to St. Petersburg. withstanding any strain or position so :
,unty pasteurized milk is in.demand 0000000000000000000Don't Is always thought of when the community no matter the size or location. Largeor carefully hair-IO' healthful it offer tI
herever it is known. As much as is mentioned Its products are difficult cases,' or I
the finest {
quality '
her that at
neighbor orate they not
000 1600 gallons' of it could be envy your uniform, and spore money comes into specialsolicited. y
or tun (following operations)
>M in ''St. Petersburg every day durhir install system; persuade for her.your husband to the pockets of the poultrymen of .' This instrument received I look best but wear. .. price impossible .. ..

the winter season. .. one A. A AEggs that neighborhood. the. only award'' in England and in longest elsewhere!, tI
These farmers received on I In ,starting such an organization. without .
Spain,. producing results sur-
for Uh1\\| put down in water glass early many communities have found it
erage, 40 cents a gallon '' advantageous < ; medical treatments .
last They are handling the' in spring will keep 'well. Then to call in their. county or prescription.. 'I,
ilk year. or' WarcUag-AM ca: es I For Sale Exclusively at
mmer surplus in a profitable way. they. are low in price at that season. home demonstrat'on! agont It is advisable should be cautioned against the use .1.1'j'

uch of it going through ice cream j' 000 to have the backing of any of any elastic or wet truss with un. '
ocolate butter and buttermilk. Soap shakers and soap .savers. civic'bodies ,..ueb.Botary'or"Ki: I ) '
I milk 4er-atBp. ae >same rent where--Uv
methods in producing Good: ones can be made by punching wanis clubs. Local banks and Me CRORY'S -il
commercial .
Co-operative small holes in the bottom of lump ie a 4 not where the openiag in, :
emptycocoa
lk>. have greatly increased the prof- organizations are usually gladto producing complication necessitating II
baking powder
> to the farmers of this county. or. cans.ooo finance an enterprise of this sort. surgical operation Mr. Seeley has t
.ve carloads of good cattle were lHiik a hive keen known to finance document from the United States 204 BROADWAY
and distributed co-operatively Take care of the farmers. Keep Itne community dub by advancing the for .t
ught tnortfl Government, Washington, D. C.,
the fall of 1923. from $ZIS to $60 them satisfies Make farming coat of a pen of four females and one Inspection. lie will be glad to demonstrate l t.J
r and more profitable and attractU*,
each male, or for hatching and
injr saved the buyers on cow. eggs day- without charge or fit them if - -
Oats for seeding 800 acres of winr Lincoln. old chicks. Members thus financed desired Business demands prevent -------------- ". .,,
purchased In theme 000 return to the bank one or more fowls r
pasture. were stopping at any other place in this
manner. The fertile hammock The Coaxial Plain Experiment Station to: be sold, the proceeds to be appliedto section.P. -- -- ----.------ .

nd.. of th ....county contributed in Mississippi has proved that a revolving fund for extending the -Every statement in this notice
mnttiful supplies of cheap succulent! lespedeza can be grown on ordinary project another year or else essem- a
has been verified before the Federal
I southern land and at
pine a bled '
grown and divided into other -
and
winter. j
ed during the past 1! pens and State Courts-.F. H. Seeley.
I Concentrated dairy feeds are pur profit. !given out to new members, thus Home Office 117 N. Dearborn St.,. .. .
ased co-operatively in carload 000 forming an endless chain of club I
quan-I I If didn't burn the woods lea- ;Chicago.
we
which the members. '
ties for cash, saves
ter* very much. These farmers make pedeza would soon establish itself on I Annual poultry show are attrac- ---- -

Vtcnslve use of, the silo and many I all our range pastures and within a tive, :round-up features of the com CITY
bllectively own their own ensilage I few years we would have some real munity's work. Fowls raised by YOUR BLOOD NEEDS TAXES'

lters. pastures. members are exhibited in competition
000 or prizes are offered by local
Lespedeza' in to the pastures of the merchants where the shows are held. THIS IRON TONICUDE'S
UNCLE SlIt south what White clover is to bluegrass These shows and contests are both ,
pastures. It grows well with educational and useful stimulatorsof
j freezing outside and ax Un- .. an "* Pepto-Mangan provides .
wan Carpet grass and is a ftt ning p" / \ .
le Si piled more wood into the stove, ture and it Is best in'fall when woods friendly rivalry among members. I iron in just the form most
veral old timers shoved back their fail. -- VJ readily assimilated form I
ne-bottomed chairs. Lem FrUby grasses METHOD which will not irritate the weakest .

yly romArKed that "SI sure kneww I Doc Hiller 000 Do not cut out off stomach nor injure the teeth, but Notice is hereby given that the Tax Books

to build a fire." The subject had says bit of: tendonor There was' a certain man who had which effectively enriches the blood .. '. '
gristle
meats 'or
langed from politics 'to weddings. A I every read that the easiest way to win a and invigorates the body. At your '
odding was to be solemnized at the fat. People have particular teeth about and their woman in to appear indifferent to her druggist: a in liquid and tablet form. for the City of Kissimmee ,will Close Saturday,
often '
aptist church that night and the eating poor poor charms. This plan according to the Free Trial Tablets To.ea for pour ,tflb.
digestion, because they'miss some heaiuibuiidimrvalu
respective bride and groom were valuable food elements and exercise writing chap, piques a woman's vanity of Cud'. Pvpto-MangBit. writ. today March 31. A penalty of 5 per cent will be ad-
om two well-known and influential and arouses her predatory In. for generous Trial 1'ukac.of Tablet Sand
their teeth need. ........ .
imilies. stinrts, and perfuades' her to run aft no money1uat. and addroa to
000 the indifferent male until she )&. J. IlraiUnhacb Co., 6. warren (It., N.Y. .
"When ma an' me married went Florida citrus growers lose 2,700- er cap. ded to all taxes not paid by'that date. ;
Uncle Si, "we didn't have much to fruit this tures him. So the man employed the Gude'spepto"M8.ngan .
boxes of Drops
000 yenr.
art with. Ihad jOlt a dollar nn1 system in an effort to .win a woman
I
In That
IK bias in my jeans after payin' thecae etc., count up a five hurry.million dol'ars.means' he loved, but she turned her back up..
loss well above
her. Ma. knew I was busted, but I a What' being done about it ? Make on him and married a chap who re,
i made no difference to her. We got galed her with cave-man stuff. ,
it ? 1
presents an' no big blow outs like five millions[ and{ then throw away In due season the man fell in love Tonic and Blood Enricher '

ehe young folks git now when they Poor business! with another woman, and determinedto

Itches up. We jest got down to work.I 000 seed profit by his former experience.
*T been workin' every since. Ain't For pasturage lespedeza from maybe He pursued her with great violence J. R. GILBERT
of 10 to
scattered at tho rate
and lie did not her
drag
industry
ver had no time to quarrel or lit n I If.with
the Carpet
16 pounds to acre;
vorce. We is still happy tendin' to away by the hair of the head but he
v
from I 5) to 8 pounds to the acre '
,
grass Teethina
ar own bunlncst. Most young folks will was upon the point,, of doing ao when Says t
is This pasture give
enough.
K>ks in' affair who foiled him by marrying a man
on marry as a gaysome
n' they don't want to put up withy good grazing after June of the first who had piqued her by an indifferenceto Saved Her Baby I

hard knocks at all. They want to year, and the second year the Carpet sod. her charms.. City Clerk and Tax Collector +*. f
|grass will form a permanent The moral is that attracts (
art housekeepin'! in a fine house an' sugar From Sickness R f
end more' money than they earn. flies and the trout will rise for a 3II.
rty soon they quarrel, see a lawyer DEVELOPMENT RTATE' ,grasshopper but he is a wile man
>' git a divorce. Young grass wid- WATERYAROTARY who' know. what he wishes; to catch I
VISITOR "1 coixfldcnt that Teethina
before he selects his bait. am
>rs come in here to buy groceries r
saved my baby fro'a bad .p U of
tory day who married less'n yearo.
Declaring that the development ofFlorida' .sickness" writes lire It. I. Waca.er, ...
: And they ain't ashamed 'bout -
.' waterways would bring un Telling of the opening of the grapefruit -
When I married it was. a' dis- told wealth and prosperity to the cannery 'at Homestead recently, J01 H. Valentine 8t,. .Tyler Texas. BEAUTIFUL KISSIMMEE HOME

ace to git a divorce. You stood by' state, P. A. Vans Agnew of Winter theEnterprise said that this 'was the "While teething, she fretted all CASH OR TRADE .
our bargain fer better or worse an Park made an able appeal at the third in the state operated by the the.time and her crying was pltlfuL
at'. all thar W.I' to it. The couple:Rotary Club Tuesday, when he urgeda I Polk Company of Indianapolis.. The I gave her Teothlna. every night and House and garage on, 60 x 150 lot,. surrounded by

karryin' tonight is fine folks"; .J. hopepeyll greater interest-In this work:: newspaper gave some account of the she soon cot over her trouble. an4 fruit trees flowers and 'shrubs."' Three blocks .'
be happy 'ever after'. cut her teeth without any pain. palms, ,
I Mr. Vans Agnew told the Rotariansof manner in which ". the grapefruit is
the efforts made 80 yean ago in prepared and packed .In cans and a ."She dad ,whooplnr cough too. from business district-within two blocks'all

1 Unanimous approval' of,the plan to the state for a good roads system.He description of the novel machineryused when her, for 0 month I kept up old the but Teetblna It didn't treatment hart- churches 'and schools. Dwelling has three -rooms, 1 '

ant a tree on the Dew.beach high- said that be could see no good reason is Interesting. The cannery at and"' ab. began to fatten up. and kitchenette '.downstairs.- three.
for each why Floridashould not build Homestead is ftOrunning' on full like different child. Mr sun-parlor':
ay man from Duval eoun- and look a
who lost his life in the world wars water lr ads as well as land roads as time ,and employes .a number of mother used Teethina with her children rooms and bath upstairs. Range and electHc beater'foughout.

been given by the citisen's mekorial they not only would drain and open hands.- Buyers of canned grapefruit and that.la now. I came.to use furnish hot water. Thoroughly modern .
committee according to infor- a vast territory: of the world's richest will get the pick of the groves in the U with mine." e .
lation published. The committee ali .. farming lands but would also provide present park as the low prices on citrus Teethina U sold '1>y all drurlrtart CORNER' CHURCH AND .SPROULLE

i approved the idea of placing,"th. method of transportation of freight fruit. in the east and to the can -er send Sfta to the Hoffett :laboratories , Kissimmee. Box 414 i.r .

me of each on the tree planted inIs boats and pleasure )'aehts8anfordUerald. nery.; with the best fruit going into Columbus tie. for 6SLle6 a package l : _Anp _; n__#

honor. ...'...-... I the can*. ? _.... w ,.:.__ ABA a tree booklet about A; u-- -

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\ The'*Florida, Development Board's \ i CITYMEATJWRKET Kissimmee Laundry BASS 'CONSTRUCTION COHPiif



J. ; Highway Beautification Program 20 STEWART AVENUE CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Y


I PHONE 198 BRICK STONE
WOOD, ,

Y., J. LING proprietor STEEL STUCCO
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Fresh Mea.i and N V. BASS JACK ''
WORK We BASS
SHIRTS ___._-.- _
No movement ever inaugurated in same length of time. A perfect beauty PLAIN WHITE SHIRTS 12c 822 Royal ,Street \ft\ (16 SpreuU Aright.

Florida has met with more hearty spot has been made out of the station VegetablesPhone

and enthusiastic response and support gounds and approaches in this COLLARS ___...-....., .3c

than the program of beautiftca- town. ,

tion. The state i. ready to follow Its Competent Advice i 44 REASONABLE PRICES FOR a .

I splendid program of road building Beautification commission make a OTHER ARTICLES I '

with the beautification of its highways mistake if they fail to get competent BROADWAY GARAGE

counsel and advice In ther.: work. It -- -.
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I The work of the committee on I is not necessary or wise to gx outside -- -- A. M. C. LAWRBMCB. rr.rrl.ter

highway beautification hat followed Florda to get exactly the counsel Spring. Columbus, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. AN APOLOGY TO CLAUDF.

I f, II many (fines, beginning with a campaign needed. There are competent landscape A. Segerstrom Mr. and) Mm. C. F. JOHNSON EDITORST. GENERAL. AUTO REPAIRS. GAS OILS AND ACCBSSOp; () \

to get beautification commissions architects within the state. The Burrows Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brack CLOUD TRIBUNEThe II.XKTKORI) "BATTERIES. SUPPLIES AND SERVICE

created in the various counties. Orange county commission uses W. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles '

I These are being: patterned largely A. Cook of One to, paying him for Goss, Mrs. 1... T. Sallsman. Kisnimmcc Valley Gazette: !501 BROADWAY PHONE ,2ftfd
after the experience of Orange county such plans as he outlines from time Mr. drMrs. H. R. Felton. Mr. and apology to
make public
. to time. This is and Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. H. wises to u .__ _.
There
inexpensive Thomas -
.. in this particular. ore now an Mrs. Claud K. Johnson, editor of the* Si. -- .
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official effective method of Venfnelya Dunbridge, 0.; C. 11. I - --- ----
eleven counties'! w i- beauti- geltlngthe right A. Cloud Tribune, for articles which appeared

cation commissions and as many moro sort of help. Fay, Daytona; C. It. O. Quinn and in the columns of The Kiss.m- In a suit bv Mr. Johnson againut to know of his personal honett .

in the process of organization. Financing the Work .on. mee alloy<< Gazetteduring the; years this concern for $25.( rO-for libel. We integrity as a business and *

I : ..The customary plan in creating A In. most counties the county com.missioners of 1920 and 19J1. have made a settlement of this suit per man. He served at ipccdalJ

I beautification commission la to ask make an appropriation for Applications of bordeaux (sometimes During thr.t period l an employee of out of court and paid! all the costs, '' respondent at Tallahassee forpapers .!

Y the county commissioner and the this )purpose running from $1,000 to with oil) on the citrus tree in this paper printed certain articles at- but in order to do justice to Mr. Johnson and gained< a statewide !

J'' various civic organizations to appoint $3,000 a year. This is supplemented winter and very early spring. means tacking the character of Mr. Claud we wish to tell the general pub- I tation as a newspaper worker,,i

representatives on a central commission by contributions from private citizens money in the bank for the grower. .K. Johnson and reflecting on his also"' hf of O'ccola .county the facts ..rtatcdabcve. we desire to endeavor to ,right .

1 1 with power to increase their averaging$5 and $10 per month per as an editor and whicn would not wrong done him in any publcatfat

number by getting representatives year. Watermelon cantaloupe and Cucumber have been published by either of us Mr. Johnson was in ,the't'mplo)' of our paper in the past by printlnTi
1
from the various communities of the The Resolution
of had in of this and 1913 and had statement public'
The growers plant catch crops we been personally charge; paper in 1912! txTthe 1
county commissioners in various and the editorial columns this the and business KISSIMMEE I
: county.Work parts of the early crook-neck squash. Melon or news oi charge of bookkeeping VALLEY GAZE1'tj
of the Commfesionji state have asked for and of The Gazette long W.
the resolution pickle worms feed on the squash paper. department By B. Harris. Preddd

The work begins of the with beautification an effort! to commission preserve -- barred from the under highways.which signs The res-are thus the other crops are protected. Publication of these attacks result- j enough for the owners of this paper E. G. Vans Agnew S.CITRUS .


the natural beauty along the olution adopted by the commissioners =

roads and in our towns and cities. of Orange county it as follows:

There is too much thoughtless cutting
Regular Session of Board of
+ down of magnificent old trees along County

I our highways. An engineer with vi.i .- Commissioners Orange County
Florida Tuesday, March 7, 1923 GROWERS
'1 mon can be instrumental in saving 1:30: P. M. PROTECT
I many of these tree. A fine old tree

caved is worth much more than a Upon motion of Mr. Sadler, duly

< young tree just planted. Beauty seconded and unanimously carried it

pots in the state should be preservedas was ordered that from this date no GROVES AGAINST FREEZEPrecautions

parka for the good of all the people. advertising signs of any nature be

I 'j Owners usually will be glad to permitted any where upon any public

1 deed certain acreages to be heW for road right of way in Orange; county.

all time "s parka for the people. I

; Great stretches of pine and cypress I|placed That all such persons signs on having any such heretofore rights Beins: Taken With Perfection of New Heating Equipment to Safeguard Florida's:

and other wild growth thus be
i can I of way be allowed until April 15, '
preserved. Greatest Industry From Possible Damage: by Cold Weather.this
J' t 1923. to remove the same. That the .
Destroy Unsightly Signs county road superintendent be and he ,I

\i J I Little progress can be made in is hereby directed to remove or debtiov I
highway beauuncation ao long as men
all such advertising sign remaining J a?yce"$'++ -."" _
J are permuted to clutter up tne landscape road rights I
all public ,
with unsightly signs. County upon

commissioners in fifteen CountIeahave of way on or before April 15,1928. .

.I passed resolutions pionibiting/ i published in - =- ==- ""- -=--==-
j ,
hT Vlnty IrlU.ste,! to pubh.h
.
,
1 all aligns on the rilit ot-vvay and I
J road crews are instructed to destroy I IiUi this order at least three times : I T

signs found upon the ripht-ot-way. I I i La ,a .2i

Many good citici supplement, tru AT HOTELS
GUESTS
(;
j work 01 the road crews ny' tallying

I 4 lUllS, hatthtlfr tiuvvliuii, ".1. ., iind on 1)'S) ...
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.
every poBBitilf, occasion Hid in the Lane, Nato
t and 1 1hh: t,. toss
f t U4IiIJIUlgll to bw.it tIe/ M/(n und sate :Mr :NMr :. Y .
SvruiU'-e
f \ nk, A, c. C'onW I ,
I tile fcceiieij. je''Cl1L1)i in Oi.niKC1, < :MaltniL.lv. ("al i ii d t
MrAitliur
Lake folk and \olusia. counties near- ; and ; '
,
I ;MI-.B MiliaII'r., : JohnrF
1 Jy lU.OOv fcutn bijrii: hay been cic II'i ''. 111.; ; ; !'

Altroy.tuny uUwr counties ale ;Miller, St. l'etti--hurir; hots Pitt.,, .,". .7

.{ I taking up I his/ vvuik. Must highway/ i littler, Haiubul, ;\Mcj; V\'. 1'. Kou-e f
4 rhtoiioua I Stiles :Mrb': .I :
{ sign OBCinjf IS eJl.pensIII1U poor I , ;Mrs :M. T (Inclltv :
w.V.. !\1l1 '' .J
[ I' : advertising$101) spent in legitimate OtorRcAmtll,, bi
:Miller,
Laui. 4
Mrs
*: 't newspaper advertising IS wortn more I Hall l, IlollvwooJ '
than tmuO worth ul' sign posting! I'dfivbuiu; George. Jad.6loll\1lIt,, h,
: I The puolic can be educated to lelusu George; 1 1. V..t.hl..r. tuil l Miuiir,

'! I.ef.r to lease their land fur billboards on E. \Mi :Tman,Mr Tampa ullJ11'8.;; A. I.. I 1"111I I

,- their provate propel, und mv' | Ju'k'OI1\i.lC; Cunningham, I,
-j I .1. S.
:Mi '
}. \' Chants can 1 be tuuiaied" against using | <*-, :Mf and I'-t. :Mr : -, ;\. 1. I'Ro' )

tats means udveitisiiiK \\h:cii, at i I'lttsbuiKh: ; :11r.tlundr Mrs J. j ji. t tI.
'' 'and.i Sarasota ;
(. best is unsightly __ fMrs.
: i)l. ;Mr an I
;
llpluvMtn/
+ '
,tiulerxoii'
'J Establish +i. It.M. .
KiKht-of-waj Va
I' ; . II. h Dud.ty, Dunvilli. ; '
County commissioners snould at P. Web- !
George
.j I once: settle! on the widin of the highway ; Jacksonville OeLuch llialeah' ; E. F.; : Bell, Amuricuit I I IGa.
'
and this information nhou.U !IK r. and P. Rockwell

1 r. . given wide publicity tnua tile property oLfvllle; Nova ScotF. ; :MIHS. B. 1 b. Top (Left)-Skinner Coke Heaters in Glenwood Nursery near DeLand Florida.

,'& fence line in established. 1'rop- Rockwell rr Miss G. I' Rockwell. Wolf. (Right-Heaters) protecting: fruit and trees on bearing .
f' '" erty owners are asked to move their and A. Bentley giove.
Scotia $( '
;
Nova .
c 1' J. F fences back to thai line and new vide Mr. A. Sander Bottom-Partial of Skinner. Machinery Company plant'at Dunedin Florida.
DuneJin '
; andtdpa. '
j.
.c ;1' fences built will/ bo properly placed. ..:_ ..' v u.. .. M.-. E. Butts, .'
-.t Our experience in f'loriua piovesthat hll&9, r. &J. wvb ---- 'Jr.. Orlan- i 1 111
R. J. Baker
Cincinnati, 0.; In the working out of plans of some attention
to the protection of their
wnen Is Mr.
a tencc moved
I back invuiiu- Clarke Tampa; ; Briefly, this beater
.1. !M.oic, J. may be described
jo
a S lily tne owner builus a new and .better . nd; :Mrs. H. 1). L'urkrMrs. A 1>. of the thinking and leading dovelopjrs groves has been that beating was generally a* being a rustproof Iron cylinder,

looking tance. ,-ipruUhnjj: Lansing, Mich; W. HStarboro ." of Florida resources It will ('ollsld"rl- an expensive; op..ra- thirty lilt hen high und twelve Inches
Kioiida needs wider A. lion
Our rights-of-way. Blytheviile\ At'k.11'11.; tMI only a short time before those In dliiuiett r. with a runt resisting Iron Keanon have been readily iio'J.:
;
great trunk line Sharon .
\ highways ougnt . C,1Lurn.tu.! G. D. PeUee The first cokn. heaters used laFlorida enter. lu Introducing
> ever rant Iron
Its tb
to bo citrus und grate and product 10
at least 100 feet wide. l.l.pval W Ricker, Clear- vegetable sections now subject east Iron
haS led Mass; W. E. were tried out In some Vo leg It U fired with state and In Its campaign to 1i15'grower. !
county the WilY ana Brothur Jacksonville; to damage from possible freux ordinary gns
!, recently .vater; W A. luria County about.. hoiiie .
d the troves ten years coke and how
Mr. and tbfr
eailly
i' county commissioners Mass. can be> chap
ea
created tnt A. M. Coleman Boston ; Inn temperatures will be Immuno from .. >>lly lighted
I. nght-ot-way on two of the roads in and Mrn Betty Miller,. Dayton. .Pa..:; that danger sod the state's agricultural n no Thper. entirely too big, castoff I with a torch and oil arrangement could safeguard tin'Ir Trope from, pel-
the county. l-red iiarvey too much heat and wire not I The heater 1tle rold wrath. the
I R. L. Marsh Tom Dekle, and horticultural industries maybe may also be demounted -r 8k 111D"r orgMIzntlon
r Tree Gilbert Matthew- "hollRalls1aclory: Since that thins. land large number c'iKoiiiitered
ob. L'ianlingti Harry Spring. established on a basis of stabllUcdproduction II stored In a small some oppmtlttol.
B A program of : J. C Downes, Tampa many heaters have been built to meet pate.
Lee piuiitmg is what son Tampa; with They are also equipped with erpeclally In those sections lone sal
practically no told! I
: wo need. in all pans of tne state. It Tribune. e hTorldn tondltlons Several >'ears aoL handle so they can bti hung J"I.t to damaging friczr It wax ire
rya av" hazard up under
t \ t would be a simple und inexpensive GRAY STONE :Mt Th"llr)1I..r.t In communities which I H Skinner, organlicr: of the Hkln( I the trees, out of the way. during the accused of dl *emlnatlna piiblldtr
tang for l..ewisVassen., .
b us in i-ionua to net lu,0t Mr. and Mrs. I ner Matblnery Company, at Dunetlln uuminer mouth harmful to the
when elate In 'that It 1f1I"out
have not
fine trees Sloane, Atlanta; experienced( damaging freezes In needed
It.
a year for the next ten Hermon, Ind; W Florida, largest manufacturer of I In order
of t r year F. X. Wixon, to produce this beater the Imprcftftfon that Plot I'll *i>:
'' I along our main highways and Mi and Mrs. E. Crook I jmM years are beginning to realize thene packing louse machinery In the at
world an Iowa
a+ I I a program of that sort would trans Miss Elsie Wixon, Chicago; Mrs. E. <'eseltand wisdom of protecting perfected coke price a* possible! the Hkln frequently visited b> very dlnanire".
a healer
1 form many sections of our state in a Ilodf son, Swampscott :Mass; Mrs.. I their property has been demonstrated model 1 for from his own net organization found U ne<.e* ary 'to cold wave I
lino In his
'' few years. By a little concerted effon I IE. E. Cole Billered Mass.; Miss S. bv I the lane sale of grove beaters In Plnellas CountyIIroe adopt some of lleury Ford s famous According to n. f* Skinner lilfl
; we could plant 100,000 ''G. Elkmn, A. G. Griffin Pittsheld. N. : During the cold spell of 1917 production methods
t" ,' good trees recent months An addition wan main purpose bin concern hue lad; \*:
18 his
a year for ten years, and then H. (). M Munch St. I'eteraburg/ ; device proved to be quite effec built to its Dunedin
we ; Tile Idea of "'Iulpplngtrus\ groves factory and large designing and m..llllfll/urlntc/ It.*
would have something of which Mrs. E. G. Field, Lewiston, Me.; Mrs. ; tlve. and he was convinced of the presses. of
the ..
slid 'ok n"1
could be we Mr. vegetable field with heaters was type used In pressing i < beater has been lo enable ,
proud. Clenton Mass. practicability of
Such tree as oak, H. A. Hams, ; making a heater out crankcases in
eucalyptus sweet gum, as well I as cer and !Mrs. F R. Cost right and son Dan, for many yearn looked upon with dlsfaor which would hp of great value to the I Installed Ford factories weret "I'll In coinmuiiltteH liable lo uportience ,

tain types of palms can be planted Chatham, N. J.; T. I. Morrow, New In Florida for several reanonsManv ntate'n citrus InduntrjrI t A new foundry wa also fr..r.f' to protect their propertj,:;

successfully on the highways. 'I York City; C. L. Taylor, Atlanta; settlers who came from the .. ( dependent the erected to make grates and legs at the lowest |>ttii>ilM cost The), Skis
upon stabllItv These
I ii Plants, Shrub and Flowers 'I Roy S. Bell, Jacksonville; S. S. Math- North were thoroughly satisfied that and continued growth of the plants were completed In the tier Machinery: Company has demur '
FlorIda late
While we must plant trees, tens is. D.) B. Willard, Jacksonville; J.o'. hey were In localities never visitedby citrus summer and the first quantity aerated its *lnr" rly In thl* purrxin
Industry for Its
and hundreds of thousands of them, Broman C. C. Cramer, Lima, 0.; E. weather sufficiently cold to do materlnl the Skinner business\ production of coke heaters hv a Flor by producing", its boater( at prmtlrallt
I
y we can also do good work in supple-I I jS. Clark, Atlanta; J. O Boman Nash- damage lo their trees or crops tnrmlned Machinery Company den Ida organization was started In Octo the rot of pralurllone ,

menting these plantings with certain i Villc Tenn.; V. II. Williams, Mr. and 'then. freezes have been to study the question of Nitfe ber
|| eiperlenred
shrubbery and flowers. Oleanders'I Mrs. R. B. Corning Tampa; R. L.Fo08hill. on guarding the "Kroven ngalnst possible ConufderaMe An In"'r"sllnK use\ of Sklnni i ,'t.Ihhl'lIlt
HD of
perwinkles, star jasmines, cherokee' Sparta Tenn; Mr. and Mrs right average only from nix to freezes and li..ramH Interested In developing the effort of the success hall attended I I'll WHH denmoalraled at tM

and McCartney roses and H. W. Denton Cambridge, Mess; A. years and then thy were. con a plan whereby orange and interest Hklnner Company to Temple Terraces' Country Club rM-

j to';" era are available. many oth I E. Morton, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and fined lo certain parts of the ntale. grapefruit trms could be easily nod J Florida growers" In their. 1'1'0,1U.t. Ing", hAil on January Mh, when, a number

v ., The Civitan Club of Jacksonville Mrs. W. H. Pratt Greenfield, Mass.; The one exception to thin wan the cheAply protected Since the Store of demonstration have of the heatern were' used to ralsi
!
been
has recently sowed flower seeds along I Mrs. C. G. Peters, Memphis; L. C. freeze, of 11111.96. which set thh state's of the concern wan taken manaicAment held throughout the. state to edu, the temperature sufficiently! to p 'rnltho
\ fifteen miler of the Bail Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. S. Urns (industry hAck at least ten over sate grower a* to how the heater '
highway years several of the
on both year l axe
the outdoor dancing pa-
ago hy
aides of the road. More B. Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Koontz, and caused many growers to oricanlzer'Non should )lIP operated and to
than move T1. C nuhstnntlati- vlllon. This l
Skinner
$500 : a new model affair wits attended >7several
a worth of flower seeds Dayton, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fullerson. to morn eoiithern locations coke the manufacturer's claims
I \ the direction and were used under Martin, Iowa; Miss Ester Ful ix-nitmula. Another on the. heater has been ilettlKnad which, Is efficiency* In ax to Its hundred people and ''h' novel
supervision reason rising
t I \ Dr. II. Harold Hume of' lerson Dodgen, N. Y'i; Mr. and Mrs. have why growers claimed to meet, all requirements for tempt) ralureH employment of the hmtern n <' '*>*
: the Civitan cot heretofore Practlcaljy all the
coke
; ; members themselves doing the Fred Boyd. Miss Gladdia Coire. Jas. given more ubs-?lute protection I the Skinner heaters that e..nN" of touslderablr. favorabb coument. >

.r. t y" work. actual I I i Dowdy Palatka; S. V. Goento-, Mi I II Company expect to make .

\ In Orange county numerous beds of ami; J. O Lassiter, Miami; S. Na- . .
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petunia. have been set out with more than. New York City; Mr. and Mrs. $r::0', ... "< '!' l. ,.,' -
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than half a million plants in them. F. M. Stevens Richville, nd; W. C. i ' !'> ',, ,I
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The "
Orange county Hocker Highspire Pa.; H. R. Floyd, "

+I .-', commission has two nurseries beautification; Plant City; Rebe F. Hams Jackson " '; }

which they have more than in 'ville; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Joy Kis-

plant ready for settingon the 30,000 simmee G. H. Johnson E. M. How-
l' high ell. Jacksonville; M. Gluynn J. Dei-

The work of encouraging the Imt" I cham, New York; R. Gibson Toronto; ,

i.\ provement of grounds Y. U. Perry, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs
,k schools, churches and surrounding II. O. Dodge Mr. and Mrs. E. M.

", tions is one of the most railway important ate1 1 Merritt, Boston, Mass.; A. P. Holhngsworth -

ro thing that can be done in beaatlficatJon. .' Carl P. N'ote Jacksonville v

Some commissions ; Herbert Tait, J. E. Coughtley,
1. stantial cash prizes for school offer church sub .1 Frank Bushnell Tampa; James R.

j c mad station ground Huston Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Anderson l+ '

7h Perhaps the best fmprovement.j and Mr*. W. J. Merkle Tampa; t ti Fi

', lied station grounds in E. M. Larnell, Gus H. Johnson Jack- s

, d at Winter Park Sanford 'sonville; Ernest D. Key Atlanta; R. I
JacksonS
; ville and West Palm Beach while the I* Turner Tallahassee..

$ 1 y work at Davenport stands out as the j I Bushell
George
finest transformation that has D. E. Lemox Miss 'I
place anywhere .in- the taken C. Lemox. Miss 8. Matbonr, lingtst
south
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Arthur Brisbane ix n. Kite Jaili:' ''1; : ,
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About 1,000 Candidates : .iihyli.' i : !
\fugtne I* Mln."
Copper Needs Salesmem. :
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Ford, Not Interested.If : u1
Dsugherty Talked. : '. uF ,
'a ti'j4 is
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slow many sturdy American will. : nuj 1 I
UK to serve their country are now : n d:
fanning; to be President, do you eopi H!?' !}sips :i'i I ni } H: ?t
i">tee? There was a general feeling : I
that McAdoo had the Democratic : 'lil'y
nomination 'unless Al Smith could get .. t'i
,iC ,\vny( from him. It soemcd certain
,j, it Mr. Coolidge had the Republican t iii! l
munution by an overwhelming: ma- r s L'N

,.' tty, on the first ballot. ,
*" \Itut a little oil make a great dif- II ,lipl. ;
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fiTcnrr in the political situation, and it r l

i ,,1\\' anybody has aright to hope. ;.;
Many) an ambitionus American II i .

t-nchnK| < his dollars now, handing t
them to "political experts" in return t

fur,, Presidential p omIBtIJ.
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There are probably at the least one
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t 'xnimml "serious candidates" at this w t 'll.".

ni ,inent.u'riendly. ... .

warning to big men in- J{. 11 t '
fitL It? :71r'
:mod to injure business and scare ,
little stockholders: in revenge for the .
1 .aau:. 7C.Ig1 . ..
:Senate oil inves\igation.
'H3NT DO IT.
It wont pay ;you in the long ma,
1I.t. beside, it it written "Dearly
-Cloved, avenge not yourselves * '.

cnccnce is Mine, I will repay, faith ,

the t lord." .

Another Opportunity .
Public official have had a wamtig. H

learned a lesson. Some will get .
noro than a lesson. Valuable (ruth
ave come out: others are coming:
On the whole It's a small thing. ,
which really doesn't amount to much For Shrewd Investors

more than catching little WilM telling -
a fib. No reason for breaking up
-ho family. Send Willie to bed and"t --- '
business go on. liE OPENING of the Country Club section of Coral Gables again offers

E shrewd investors the opportunity to get in on the ground floor where
Another copper concern, the Insplr- future assured the which is
profits are by gigantic building campaign .
ittion Copper Company, followed the t I
ample of the big Anaconda and i about to be begun. f

-kipped its dividend. That mean badalt'sman.hlp I The Country Club section is the crowning effort of the entire program '.
and not enough advertsing. -
of high-grade development Here grouped in beautiful effect-
If the copper men wonk,ex-! ,
,Jam through advertising in plain and surrounded by landscaping which affords a most delightful setting, are to be ,

language, what copper means and erected this year: ,tThe -
what it SAVES in building, no company -
able to produce copper at 20 New Coral Gables Hotel,.to Cost 1250000. x

-nu a pound, or better, need lack) The Imposing Clubhouse of the New Golf Course. '
,u si nets. The ... "
Congregational Church Costing $150,000. /- s
College for Young Women, to Be Erected by the Sisters of V5- 1
last will take
The House at up i
licnrjt fWd'i Muscle Shoals offer. It St. Joseph. T5- I ."

seems hard to get anything the moving maide" ,i ,.#'t: .,', The erection of these buildings" will form the outstanding features of the .building, pro* "to. 1

ii when!)to get no any gentleman; money; "on In' a satchel or i l 1'l!1! f gram for the coming-year. They are all of them located in the Country Club" scctloaf1 .

any "loan" from a friend.' -' t! ;'t. and each and every one.of. them will have a direct bearing in the incr &8S t '<-- .

Ford offers million{ to the Govern' values there. ... , ', r ,,:
ment. cheap fertQiaer to the farmer, ,
and most important, demonstration of Com to Coral Gables today a* our guest aboard the big ootm. ,.j. ;::'"'

the one that can be made of wat.elpower. fortable de luxe pullman b..... Com tee f"CI' yont lelit ft* .. .
But that iant enough to Inn opportunity that awaits yon -** sag>"r -" ---

*<* >gt gentlemen accustomed to "pri- .
ate talk. "private codes" and "pri-
ate financial arrangements."


Mr. Mellon, Secretary of the Tress
iry, nays the national debt has been

reduced $933,000,000 in the last year, BABLE.
,nd four thousand eight hundred mil- ICUIIIIAL'
,loin in four and a half years. Your,
,
glorious! country now owns $21,781, to
'.*/f;r.,8BX: It takes a big and prosperu .
> < country to owe as much as that.
'\mi\ while we- ought to pay off rapid-
Iv, we COULD owe five times that \ America's: Finest Suburb '

.mount." and more, too, and not be .
Bankrupt.Men I
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and women with more eolforilidence J
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4 than intelligence Intend to T .
roduce( in New York a play, "All GEORGE E. MERRICK, Owner and Developer i; .
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Chillun Got
Wings.
In this play a white woman falls in DAMMERS & 3URNES, General Sales Agents '

hue with a negro, marries him, and,
kneeling before him, kisses the ne- Executive Offices : 158 East Flagler St., Miami. t
::TO'H hand. full-blooded of
: A
negro
I Offices Jacksonville West Palm Beach Daytona Orlando
Florida
unusual/ intelligence will play one : ,

,!.ther.art, .a white woman will play the i. Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Lakeland, DeLand, Eustis. f

Kissimmee Office: Park Hotel, C. L. Bennett, District Manager

There i is perhaps no law that can Glen D. Rose, Kissimmee Representative "'.
top (this foolishness, but common in- p.a .
ttilliKence; and decency should stop it.
I IF, ONLY FOR THE SAKE OF TilE

NEGRO RACE. ._ -a
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The dullest mind connected with -- +
hilt theater must know that to show
white woman falling on her kneesnd
kissing a negro's hand is a bad ... tOI I..O .OO.D..OOOOIOO00..0001'.000.00.0000000..0..0..00.. t
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thing for the colored people, of whom : : .. .O.Oo..o aaaa.QQ.000400POtYe00.eS.00oQ4000400.
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there are ten of thousands, in New k

York, to cay. nothing of million Ise- real Character of certain officials than whales than about bees Whales are as a rule. But the whaling industry! stantial, fire-proof and modern in every New York, who, i* superintendent of i'
; stated that in the the plant and will have charge
It new
where was
way.
Pole is in bad shape.Dr.
from the South
'He not
-. oil investigations. eominc 'up '
doten
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half the.
event residents raise a sufficient) after it i Is turned over by eon-
knows what senators and others are as they used to come, offering oil I amount to insure the action of the struction department, has joined Gen
Atorney General Dougherty de trying: to do, whom they are trying from' blubber, whalebone from their Joseph Porter, president of the company in supplying the remainder, eral Manager E. P. Deckerat at r
lane that "if some Senator do not to shield, and whom they; seek to pro months, and proof of evolution, in the chamber of commerce of Key West, arrangements for the construction of Fellnnere, and I Is following construction
resign he, Dangherty will cause some secule. two little hip bones concealed in their ha* received a letter from the G. L. the hotel may be considered in,detail. work closely.;
plash.' Miller Bond and Mortgage Co., of ,
Publication" of Mr. Daogherty's pri fat carcasses-although they; no long Miami, informing him that the com !
Mr., Dangherty; knows the differ er,'use' the 'legs to which'those hipbones for the Theo Hoffman, old time residentof
-': IJif lion ;/would cause a pany; will supply; from sixty to slit Organization plans operation an
[wee.between a "splash" and settle Deed:: ", were' Dce attached. five per cent of the cash necessary to of the new $2500 plant of the Kissimmee, but who is now lo r
ripple.' The public will .watch for the .plasb The whalebone doesn't for erect another hotel in this city. It Standard Agricultural Chemical Cor eated'on the east coast, spent Sunday .
pial!&*with,interest The Attorney matter was explained that the company; expects building' at Fellsmere are (with the Billiards at their beautiful
eneral5 could: remit*, m-.bo1ltithe: :"*"'"Ther T'Is' rT"eTi wont hews about ladl .'n .. ro'looaV around the waist. that the, building will be subus rapidly taking shape. Sanborn, ef island home trT'

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,TWELVE 1KISSIMlIE\' VALLEY GAZETTE,' FRIDAY, MARCH Ich.z. ?


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'.) -- -- clement weather many teachers wore CITY COMMISSION I II
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unable to be present. Those attending HAS NO AUTHORITY 1 1W CONSULT US ON ft

were Mrs. L. E. Fcnn, .Mr 8. Drlgr-> ; I

ocze gers, Mrs. KicMiter, Mrs, W.; L'I. -" TO .OFFER REWARDSAn 1( 1 ? AUTO 'REPAIRS" )
I 1
1 1 Puulk, Mr, J, Wade Tucker, Mrs.

\ Keen, Misses Virginia Siffler J and Julia opinion rendered;! to the city: s .} : Vr of, any and all Vinds. We art

Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp,. Editor Ledbetter. commission by Attorney Kiibbi & ,prepared to, serve y.ou,-nO' maw' .

rhone 300 Steed shows that the city commission ,
DONALD ,
RUDOLPH AND : : ter what the trouble with '
hag no authority to offer 'rewards for your ,

DOUBLE\ OLDEN WEDDING. WALKER ENTERTAINLast the arrest and conviction of criminal car may be You can prolong, "
Friday night in their home on .
AND RECEPTION
Mabbctte street Rudolph and Donald for a state offense. the life of your car and add
Two brotnW who married two sis- A request was made at the last {to

ten fifty years ago observed! their Walker delightfully entertained n regular meeting\ of tho county com 1 its market value by letting ui
number of friends in the younger social .
I golden anniversaries at their home missioners by Attorney Milton Tlodger r
set. The affair was social and/ e put and keep your car in condl.
,
Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday. They are: I Delicious refreshmentswere representing, the family of Gordon

I u W. W. Cross, 330: South Twentyfirststreet Informal.'served. Those were Lawson, whose body was found "FILL. Ui'. MY- ICE-BOIC"'rhat'a tlon.THOMAS ,
present
and Mr/and Mrs. Ray Cross Janet north of the city a few weeks ago, GARAGE
Frances Bailey, Helen Gorily, MONROE
332 South Twenty-first street. The Marian Graves Geneva lloberOH. that n reward of $500 be offered by what our customer tell us!,
and ,
two couples were married near Ut'CII., the for sufficicTit evidence tol'oll'let EMMETT STREET
city 18
i Louise, May, Willu-lmina:! Carson, because theyknow our ice, is the .
Neb. They had a double wedding. A .
however, tho matter remains RESIDENCE
as
jCrthur Sited ; PHONE 47 PHONE 71
David Uiunson, George
reception) was held in their honor at unsolved, there is very littlt.hOJ'll' ,purest, cleanest and best they can
Bet-land, Joe
the home of Mr. and Mis Uiiy Cross, Lee Sinjreltry, Edgar -
of finding the if t Iwr
I I1'u('ker, Johnnie Wines, Buster Kank. perpetator get in this city. Our service la tho
I and six o'clock] dinner was given at
a was foul phv. The!) findings of h'J nlfTaimer -'r
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r i the home of Ml. and Mis. W. W.j illS. _--- acre that Mr Liwsem i eVrlh -< best> obtainable and our prices no GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS

CTOH. Over thirty \\eie )present, MRS. CARSON: FARMEItFNTER'FAINS I II '? by accident ratter than fou' h;ghee t than others -- -- .
M ; t including relatives and! friends Th-' I : -
I BHlU1C1.en; 1 pIa '.
) ..' Cad C. C R.-Thc consumptive taking six bottles and is
I not
table and roam \.'erc
I gold] and white flowers and 1 enndlcf. homo on J Pcnfie'd: a\inuo. Mi'..*. in'- 1! BASE BALL GETTING I THE NEW ICE CO. money will be refunded A remedy for Consumption, Asthma, Hay-Fever,

," Both families have li\ed together! in son I o"o1rmN' tnteilimed, the.1 VVIMIKSdity 'I I II Coughs/ Colds, That Distressing Cough of Pneumonia Cough'of Meaal
.. n double] hou.e in ,I.Ittcnnl Jui', ,: me WELL UNDER WAVAt Phone 121 *
five
Club. There
Bridge weie Whooping Cough, Catarrh Sorc,Throat, Croup, Bronchitis, a Tonic aad
1 past twcntj-t\vo je'.iiK.. MisV. W. --- -
..I'I' tables for plajeis and "c'\'e'ul! guests I I body builder. 13-;; : Alcohol, for a solvent. Purely Vegetable, No 'Dope.
I Cross before hei! maniaire \\.n-Lindi in the )llllt)'. Tl.o rooms and J tirtilisvieie ) a meeting! h< M at ihrtircahsayl'harm'icy l

: Wheeler, and Mrs., I Ray c..o.'a". piettily decorated! with flown la-t Tie-slay eveaicg: :rlarge 12 .T. Bottle, $:!.0O. Ask your druggist. He will ask his jobber. Send
I
Millie Wheeler Tit four ate pioneers Dohcioui) refreshment! i including ( number of fans weiepri'e' it for free booklet giving directions. by four high authoiitii..s9n. treatment ttTaberculosis.

of Seward county Many J>1''H':1IS fruit >salad hot rolls! hot coffee, cakes and p1:11't": '" tksc.tssed to enter the! .
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were given to the aged eempli". :Ml. and) eandv Guests wore :Mrn, J J. I n. I, Lake? (hmge>l : / league.Jnh'tn .,

:. and M 1'1<. W. W Cross. halo four lYoodbelk. Mrs Ge 1. D Gar.l'ieiMis '. j I ) Smith' amt Lnurerct Tu '.< CADV-PARKER MEDICINE CO., Inc:

daughters, three I'ral\l.d1lId'' and : Kills F. llavis) Mrs. Fannv Powell \\'n' elcetid mHiiagels two man I. (). O. F

one grent-gfhiilchi'd!' Mi. :lIhlII'K.l :\ Angle MiikmsonMis leis. bring ih<"sen be-c'luso of the fart OM eola I Lodge No. 74, [. O O. F. W,\1 CROSS, G,\.

f", i Kay Cross have t two daujrhteinnel :Minion Carson aa-'istiel :Mrs I that one rainy unable to attend to the I | nmattejs eets every Friday evening at I1'ra -. ,
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two grand-rhiielii 'Then II'" (';iirhtsisteis / Can-on Farmer as hostess of the dub owing to |irtv.r'e rmty Hall. -

/ and all ore ]living -. Util'lNt.b. \, I businc- IG.'( ; H. Hammiik-____ ___N I.le! Grand GAZETTE; CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS

( .) Newspaper. ENTERTA1NH: ATi Milton I, Pie-direr .__- _____ 8ecrct>'
The 1 <]ue-tion of getting the gmunel-! I -
Brothers Welcomo
\"ilinl
Mr. and Mrs IV. W. Cross wi'l' he i i DINN'KR PARTY are
tat' and! II
j (tin shape) was en :1':| tie' ir I
remembered by a /gloat amity' here, I I I Mrs! G. T) Siulei i'nteil.iini( .d ilc- :(ll>o\s. donated! then, .,.TMCC-S and (' -.1: II
having two winte.s. l liissna- in her liomr I I 1'-1 t v
spent] in : .iffhtfully/ jei-turdas on j Avill! furnish tuc's: f"r the I
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mee where :\\11'''. C,loss has two xis- '', Mabbe.ttc street in honor of a hut'' y pose of J."nnlZ': up I ho eliatrond! and:

teis, Mrs 11'11,1 111'rhee and :Mis\ I lof Ohio tl'l"ltcl.ho i a'e: "' '''fl'III''!: the' if/ i It ing it rcndfeu' the first game. I r 1Vy

i I Sarah Cohoon, Another! sister. , Mis I winter ill OiHmlo. It was a -|" 'n
J. S. )Hon-on) l lives at OilanduIIONORINf. )i ; .day affair' with d! nnoi in I I.d.d. I Lunu'-- mi'n I this \ cai; for a '1.11.srrgl i I { ,
Ml. an I :Mis ]IIK kon ..homennl, .111'1 I' fur
tons a-si-t the lull "
)) : t lo \ in (rIIi'Irut.d ,
I MRS. JAl I: \!, <. Sk..I) I ..f ( amen. < )iliu>, and, Mis" ; ..\ftir that time' I the duh:1: fun
1C S\\ AGi( :
J I 1'e.su' .lohnson. (il' 1'.1 t rich: ,""U' g. \\-t t ; .
Mrs I\. (;. Mm,<'k t'It'l'taIlH.d l "'ai' : inuiffly :I rake care of .it '< :.f. \11 I! pli\er- \M'| t
|I l'itglnii.! : 1 1,1', )lionu, .. "' or
h !St t > lot 1\ l hoyIIn I the t *
in < nor of her sister, :Mrs..Ia,k i
I I t.e. n.:1" | : d 10 .11' \' ?r rouritittd ,
Savage. of Atlanta, Saturday'aft., .
I r 1--\\1-\11--\1':: (; ( ; ::\ :: I profit?
with tin li'lisi
f noon at her home : i
on Smithenmn ,\!NNuUNI: ;I I : ;( i:n) i

avenue The I affair was an enjoyable. MiMi. : iv. I,:, V.::i-in;: .a-ni \.1. the 'pi:icISIIK: 01 1Ic.I;( .-;') IL1! i 1 ION: '
into! mal tc.i The 0?
spacious' p.nlois of liei "': '' .
enziiemnt IJr"ll'r .
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t were lieautifiillv, ill .or.id.I. with I i \\ .|.i| (' Pa who i i- nI'I"' / ;
'i deigi :Man' I31i/ipcUi.: | I to \)1.11) Sh'den:: . ,
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,. cif IK i i,1'f I'IH'I)1' I l of I I.'j!'-tl'II..n i I 1"i You want to the
led 1
cows produce
tiums
nasiui and hibisouJICIOUH -. 1 Ic-> I your
t Sutton, the* wedding to lake place :d the:, cut 1 1e .iti-fa, I lion' of t the' 1"1,1< |,' Has your insurance
1 tales, (confection.. mid ten the home of Mis .1.I f'( Griffin; on I 1'1 evneutl.i .nuwuneeht" rlrinl.l.u! t' i with best food in the world at the lowest coat.
were screed.Amnng fOI'l thi ofllee ubJI"1 t t Iu t the ,' key pace new You such
: stnit I MaiJi J8: 1'111'I Irut'als; ] . Wl I i i- can get results and earn a profitby
those* 'piesint scree] :M<'s.I mill 1..1't the He' nr.IIt i i Jlr'rnHu'y f! lie In I t I Ii purchases ?
1 be solomni/eel 111'.1.I :-:1\1- feeding themHappy
bv A.
., t laOHM' U 1). Alll'rman. H.1.: .1)'In'' \\ slier| i i- tenth. \\ell :aid I t f.i
Attus,
i lawn I in the presence of illative--. I xol.ili\.! known to the people') i>f t O-- I I'riin. ((1751to :i..1 .
i H. W. Hone. HUMUS Hrnisc S. time you <
n. H. eil.i. Cow Sweet Feed
i.unl\ hanh"'n l born and
"' ,
"j i I Bullock Huh Hullock P. C, Buttol"f.1! MISS CKAUrOKU me11:1); :, : .u->.d i ill the section, IIi, father, I Iliad impiovfiricnts' on your
h""U hss" also liou lit
t E 'I U. J. nUI'IOn.. J. Uennincr, 1-'. S. DECREE: \( h', die! d lectnllv while -er\intj. a- new things/ lulu' your homes ,: (24,; Protein)

f I Gilbert G T. GarrettGale; : W..L.vt Fiend of ;Miss--GoneviiMra; ,- ,I i -"1"1'1'a' oar of the h..1 .known Hith' .,- jour msunnt'e cover ALL :Much of the cow's fe p oej is required to sustain
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', 1 i'' Hamilton, C. D. ..laeolia Howard Katz, fod 1 of Tallahassee', daughter "I 11. rind(I''U.likii! n-pcMted' nun in South I I l ui'a: . ': t -things! If fire came te>- her body and run her milk-making machinery.

f ';I- {f. I.. H. Kirkbv, H W. Meeteh, T M flay' Ci'aw ford, S('( rl'l..I'Y <>f. Miiieof i I I mi' to, till was the appo unexpired nte-il) li\\ term tin gust,ol' Ins'I '' n'jfht would. you lie paid cnoulC'l Th. real of her feed contains the raw materials
.j. : Murphy Holmes) ] I'rnther, Fanny Pow. I- loiicH. will'] !II<' intticsud to know I,i Ill1nl'l1lefath I (.,', l tai t "')plan with goods of )I.k e for making milk. I

j' 'U I ell, John Puurh 11.J| C Stanford, Ja.kSavasre I IfJ .that she 'comp'e'el! ! a .|o-t gradual" i I I :Mr Bass stands squat','l\ en }hi-\teecud kind .111j j e Kara., : 'ferTTin
( -i nrsp in 1 e-ae herColl< ),'(', of ( olumVjia It is a rich feed. You should feed it with
the of the Hartford
in askincr Mlc and
I .n-ji-iuy\ your
(; .0. T. Smireltary, Taft.Ia:\ Uni\erf.; suppmt
!New .
ty Yolk and! has' I if the* people! alii I promise, to ifive'1the I I I. lie/ Insurance Company will home grown hay or ensilage to give
,:\ son Tiller, .1. J. Tucker, JV.. Tucker l.c'n granted the decree, of :M\ S in I Allf
.J j
.
oftu-e hn best efforts if eleited lu-lp you estmi rte values and your cows what they need to produce s
Dolph Walker, and Misses Wim hniisiliold arts.-Tallahassee )Demo-j i .
--- will
so plan' your fire insurance their limit at the lowest
cost for feed.
bish, Mamie Tiller, Mary Tiller, Mar:\ 'y crat. I lIIu'sn.\\! : IN:' 'luTiiT':N' K; I that if lo-s should com?: ," i rt
1 M:ss Crawford and her )people are would be made Happy Cow Feed is a real money .
I. t' Singreltaiy, Margaret Stanford, Au- intimately known in Kissimmee also. Arthur nnsbknc materially; wid-n- j good maker for ;you.
1 trey, Bay Ethel Kirkby, Elizabeth Miss Crawford received both B. S. ed his FOR SAFE AND SURE
j ) t. Parker, Hamilton., and M. S. degree! from the Florida scope of readers when the Tht famous ration i ie m.d. by Edgar-Morgan Co. of
State College! for Women and Tampa Tribune began the publishing INSURANCE: CALL MamphU. w. sell It. 'Phon. or call today for pries

t' ;y, J f,1\ . TOOMERASlfWEDDING !,J.,w,?r;,>>!'.i, "'>}W"., .,J'-'.. ,) two,, or,1 three recent yearsin'Trance,', spent ofthie! nl1 ::Tc'day! ,", recently. The and the nawast idaa on faedinK for profit.

.: ... f... with her brother.. and sister: \ : .'-"p."t fttbune lhnsfilwtiyy'",been progressive CARSON

t' A mart tage: of interest' to many YOUNG:: WOMAN'S- :-' -(- I' and wide-aweke for thing which will ] FARMER CASH FEED CO. Distributors

people in (the state-\' s tint of :MissJianctt. I Al'XILI.tltl'I j intcic-t its renders. It could hoer ,

t t. I .. A"h and Mi'. William loom This oiiani7ation/ the \' N'.1of !' use.d ,Its -1'"( (' to no better. alantigcthin I / I "The Insurance Man"
I Phone
er. Jr. The muinijrc! was 'OI'I1111iz,1 l the Baptist, church' is doing soiie vi"- :'t that of dls'rmuuitinq the 'I II PkOBC I*. 12 Kissimmee, Florida

1 2 in the First Pic'lnteriaii (church in I ry effectual! woik At the r"l'ulr1I 't thoughts of such a great mini I HI'i..1. | O.rr 11,1..,***... Drw Stan, --- - -
:ia l Vu .. __
llromlnar K. | ftm.
Sarasota on Hatul day evening/ :\111"1'11 ('( { 1\1'1.1' Tu< relay night in the bane's. ,,1 II mil i is now-.acl. l bv 20.000'-1... I Quality plus Service in commercial printing at the Gazette

iy., 1. The wed"illlS a bi'autjful event church tin following!) / piogiam wi\'. 'IKK/ ) pi i ...sons and l'I'I'c' ale- :! ,

us lu the church dccninti' the. line lin'I1, )presie: .,| o\i"i. I hv, .Mr-, :*-t: :in' "therwho. should, 1 ic' id/ 'it .Iackson-I I: 1.t 1- --
1 musical fie.1,1!: 'I Ills, Journal! I
pro !raw, the cxquiitely' -- -- -- .
'If.
P r I : gowned, attendants! and, the< large, / Song ".\' the! i nj'ii /Lf.ition. "'M\: .l tit t add 1.'<7;> nun I .ad.I'to I"not' ,
i
t 'I : company of relatives! ami file-lids. i| TnuiitM' "li- of 'fhec.'I't I Ii li-l l. Tlw da/eite; w'll. in filter., pub-i i I

.' !. Mrs (,iorfc* I'.ilnn (;III'/'ett./ of ;i 'a'cr l .Sirs.: Ihnnt'Ihnl.oo, :' 'lisp tin- fiatuic This paper' / will be

Kis8immcc, sihiei, of the, groom, was | Paer; -The Mountain (Girl; and the 'iniptoxid and enlarged MS fast 1 as the A REALWELCO1VIE

., :' matron of honoi', Miss: 1'11 ,',!lIaTo''n-i Immigrant Jnl_ _..Audiex lclwiiuPaper I I suppoit Kiiived will justif\

t'r. anotlui sister, was one of the -The Negro (,,,1! and l.lie In. ,, --. I

bridesmaids, and Mr George Palm.1'Garn'lt i dian Gill -- - . Margaret' \\.mng1'j .\rthllr.l.I Heniy, attornev of 1'1111-1 -
t ndtlphia ,is stopping at the l :
was groomsman Piano Si-lo, -I I.oxe to Tell!) the Story
stono., '.
:Ml
Mrs will:um Toomor Jr. was for. - . Iorti) Rcgi-ter Ilinrj has tcuiud the enMm '
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j
i( t merly of At'' (-ns,' (;coicria Mr Tooni I A line Sto"-:v Ruth I'l'zlwl'g r| state and express. ..s him" <.lf as , A REAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT THIS BANK

p, <-r is son of ('111. i Vocal Solo "Some lonsilii' '' Ki' sinimi''o the mnt'I .
and :Mrs. \\ M 1. I One 1 K 1 Looking II i j l
Tocmer. of Juksoimlle i irOR for Y"u"_ ___ Elizal".th \\.iiinr; prn'1um' !' S-MHII ,In- has, s,'<'n a"d hi

MILS N. W. :MASSKY 1'111"1'- Shill America I Lin | 'picdnts''U a gieat:' future for this 1.:11.1: W This bank is being built by the cordial treatment -

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I -- - -- - a KnifhlI I ,
Mrs. N. c. Hryun was hostess( given our depo itol' ,

Thursday after i'uon in her home on 'I 1'iNKit'l.1iKS:' : O\'Flt I FII.I.I|| I |M.SI IT IS SERIOUS I ; _

I Clyde avenue to'l"y conuuiulpartv ::; MION:
I
'
I (' : honoring: I' N W Massey, C, (G.; T'IH'r.'h.-> his- eondiiti 1 a ,I' Rome Ki-'H'mmee; .; -- l No matter how small or how large your! account -

1t I of Marshallville, (;('orj/'iu. Mis Massey tne and tub- repair Mntol, on Km i fie the People fail to n'ul4 > .
Seriousness
is spending the winter with Jier 'nude hticit has lensr-d the 11.C; 1 Pill Th I constant of of a Hid Back I may be-every department of this growing
v ( sister Mrs njr Station on :Main street from S. I I. aching a bad back,
i J E. T'M
Lupfer A weariness, the
very intimate Smith. tire I e'ing.. l
Lt .' :: The and 1 ', institution is offering a real service to its
t .,,p and friendly relation existsumong The many friends e.f :Mi\ Tynei., to May( pains result aches of kK'nov' ills 4 customers.
,
r Mrs. J.the K: rtryans upfcr, the because Maxscv of intermarriage and- I whom'Id tire they in,: tuit have( n'cdc'd turned rep"'iring.will when the follow flung-t."u.) ( urinary seriously troubles if neglected often, I If you do not have an account with this bankthereis

;: I] he glad to know that he will ,
ami l old-time HHsocintioimThe continue A Kissimme-e
hetter'time
afternoon I Mo mike a spe itilly i ( of tires and what to do. iiti/.e-n shown you no tostart: than now.
on Thursday includeda '
IUJ."R. In this new location Mr I
: Tyf I O. S.
program of homason.
embroidering\ will
and o nee carry a full line of cigars, painting contractor
6 h social converse Hot tea tiunduuhvs, tobacco candy, and soft drinks. 22-1 Bermuda avenue says : "Tur

r I' punch and cake were served. Mr Tyner is well known In Kissimmee. 1'1'11111ulIH's' weakened my kidneysand
z Those havincbeen H resident for caused lame bat1'! 1 was about
WE
.
present included the honor down INVITE
and YOUR
over thiitcen ve-ars His manfl'iI"di out and when 1 tried to I ACCOUNT
.' guest Mrs.! N. M. Massey, Mr".*J. E. wish him Biie-ee'ss: in his new' location climb a laddei severe pains in my

Lupfer Mrs Mumm (of New York I hack neaily t"ok my breath
away.
I: now at the Graystone) JWrf' N. R T\kK .\ IJVNTAfiKorA: :My kidneys acted too frequently and
i
) ... Carson, Mm. Marion Carson, Mrs. N. : REAL SilO!' SVLE! : I secretions hud to get which up at night to pass the i DEPOSITS
hurried" in
p C. Dryan and Miss passage INSURED
,
Mary C, Bryan The Corner pry Good store, Sam After using three boxes l of Doan'g
Story's Pills I was cured of the attack"
new place,
c t MISS is offering some Price OOc --
IRENE INGRAM genuine at all dealers. Don't
bargains/ in shoes: for
women pimply ask for
ENTERTAINS a kidney remedy get

i ,r Officers and teachers of the primary ed and brands.men-and The of Gazette nationally man advetis-was Dean's thomason(Pills-the had. Foster-Milburn same that -Co.Mr BANK OF OSCEOLA

i : 14 department of the Methodic* shown these shoes and couldn't fcee I Mfrs, Buffalo, N. Y. COUNTY
I church were entertained
Tuesday afternoon
difference
any
between
them and I m
in the Ingram home 'on Mabtette shoes i.
selling as double
i the price.. Call
"
' + Btreet. Business pertaining to and look them over-if your size i is ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL ..1 / KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA? t

i the primary work were discussed and( f .
there you'll save real HOME \ .
money on :
'1 plan made for future endeavors. your Just ] WW W
( The
I purchases Sam has a multitude of Finished on Main Street l
vocal hour was very pleasant. Coffeeand other
Ir bargains that will please the SEEL

a' rkk' cake/lavors were served and St. Pat economical buyers and make your .PAINTER AND DECORATOR DEPOSITS OVER $600,080.00 .

/ griven. Because of in- dollar do double duty. 311 Main Street }

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