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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 21, 1924
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01160
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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Last Saturday the voters express marching through the main streets of '

..EIGHT MILES OF PAVING ed their.!sentiments by the casting of Kissinimee last Friday afternoon carrying DOUGHTEN RET1\INEDAS\

1G1 votes in favor of the school bond flags and banners. Approximately
800 pupils were in the line of
issue against 43, who opposed the ,

IS ASSURED KISSIMMEE(measure. Two ballots were unmarked march passed: on and the many orderly comments manner were in MANAGER ANOTHER. ;

,* and were thrown out by the in- which the children marched through TERN ,
t 'spctors. The total vote cast was 206. the streets. .
As a result of the election, Kisimmee Every mean available at the dis -- p ;

COMMISSIONERS! ; RUSH WORK I Beat Bobbed Beauty will have erected a primary posal .of the board of education will Polices Seven Million
school the
on grounds where the old be used to rush the plans through for i
PROGRAM school building now stands on Church the new buildings, the selling of the '
street, and a new high school will be bonds> and other detail work so that 1 hi YEAR ; 7.

erected on the five acre tract of land ,:the new buildings may be ready for ..
DIe work of paving the eight miles
of city streets in Kissimmee will actually known as L. II. Ingram' cabbage, :occupancy on or about the first of Just one year agb last. Sunday, B. 1
[patch. The Osceola High School now next
B. Doughten took office a.1'eity man
start on May fifteenth, it is
in use will be devoted to the grammar The' Gazette has been back of this
believed. The city commissioners and ager of Kissimmee.: That he hal .
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others have,been rushing the prelim proposition since the time it was first performed the duties of that important s
For many weeks the public spiritedmen proposed and has given valuable
office was shown
inary work of getting the plans in I by thedtycommissioner .
and women of Kissimmee have that the ,
space so people might
hope so that a resolution-can be a meeting this"week }
talked and planned for the new the facts and know of the need
great when +
the they signed a contract
adopting plans
passed all prebcnted
] schools which have been so badly of more schools, and the men who R sic? with Mr. Doughten for another
by the engineers and modifiedand year.
needed by the ever growing popula- have so prominently identified themselves ti
corrected by the city commissionen I tion. ,yaty view of the fact that the city is .'
matter was brought and worked
untiringly for the .
to enter the largest
and the This pro-
: manager. act before the A.Richard
members of the Chamberof proposition have the sincere thanksof
in its
gram history, that of pavingthe
n will take place at the next reg- Commerce time
and again. Even the present scholars of our schools
city's streets, The Gazette feel
of the officials.
the little children going to school land of the parents of these pupils. that the
I city commissioners have z
The next step will then be the ca'l-! talked ;
t11! the school proposition in their The result of this school bond election ed wisely in obtaining services of i
ii of a mans meeting of the
.r proper- I
I own childish ways and while none of beyond doubt
that if
proves any . .. Mr. Doughten for another :year. We < '.
i t. holders ho will be effected/ by thelining I them were able do V..
to any voting, two stand still, we will soon pass out believe great progress is In store for
program and the cummixsioni B bb d-Wair it. they made known their ( E. Enright 28 year ago
met Waterloo at I approval by ,of the picture.KISSIMMEE. Kissimmee and the efficient he
'r, will then nit as a board of r<|Uuli Berkeley Cal. when Virginia Mar- a patrolman, today hal the biggestcity way
'ion, nnd hear arguments and commit tin, Los Angeles Junior, with lone -- -... .. policing job on earth. A* Commissioner has handled the affairs of the city the
trees. won easily over twenty ) of Police of New York past year, show us that he very capable 3
*, if Bids will then bo ad-
\i" ''ti\l'd for any, the bonds ndvertiacdin bobbed-hair prettiest girl rival and a Queen* the school's of the HORTON & LUKE NEW BAND WILL City look for out six for year 7,009.000, he ha people had andguard to. paving of managing and the city other during the 4 ,

d sold and the contracts let to the Cass>.... the treasure howta of the program lrirprov64.ments ,
i.ccessful bidder This of course will BUSINESS FIRM HERES. VISIT ST. PETERSBURGWILL world centered there. that may be undertaken.r
As a civil engineer and with' the c ; some little time to accomplish, ,
I vast amount,,of experience he hai; had '
11'' ever there is every indication that

n thing will come up to prevent! the DIXIE HIGHWAYBEING R. CHAPMAN SELLS BUSINESS COMPETE FOR HONORS AT in excavating and drainage work.his
A FINE LINE-UP services to the city during the next
irving out of this
i program. AND WILL ENTER FIELDIN AMERICAN LEGIONCONVENTION few months will be of incalculable
The plan as adopted by the city
TAMPA value
mmissioncrs IK on the fifty-fifty REBUILTTHRJKOONTYI .
FOR BALL TEAM ,When Mr. Doughten took office be
li.iSis. After much diacuxsion on the -- .' made file following statement to the

otreet and in tho press it was figured The real estate and insurance business Under the direction of U. J. Barrows editor of The Gazette "I

this wits. the only plan whereby the which S. R. Chapman has conducted I the member of the Kissimmee THIS SEASONBOYS I have!. done! nothing: am genius ; $
city could ebtain the much-needed for number of
a year wasold Concert Hand will accompany the I know that result pomes from,hard
paving. This plan will allow the city -this week to J. P. Horton of delegates to the American Legion w tk. ''I like Klsslmmee and Its

to bond for a lesser amount than the' LARGE FORCE OF MEN WORK. Milledgeville, Ga., and W. B. Luke, ' sc\cnty-thiity plan which was alsogiven of Nashville, Tenn., who will take on March 27 28 and 29. ANXIOUS TO GET IN '
; ING ON FILL THROUGH friendly to us, and my desire is to'
careful consideration. I'" SWAMPW. possession on April 1. Mr. Chapman The honors and prizeS will go to become one of them and to help the
Under the fiftv-fiftv. nlan it will will enter the real estate- and insure the best band taking part who lit not WINNING SEASON city go forward I have no promises

only be necessary to bond the city in Tampa.In }n the class of professionals. That to make other than that I'shall
for $ 5OOO, which will be, distributed L. Fpulk, foreman for the State an (interviw ,with Mr. Horton means that any band that pays its Base Ball I On the street corner, to'it that Klssimaiee get one hundred see

as follows Road department In Osceola county Tuesday, he told a reporter for The member a salary for services rendered In the lobby and in practically every cents worth for dollar."

Drainage ______________$47,600.00 was a visitor here Tuesday.. ,lie has a Gazette thatthe firm of Horton and will not be eligible for entry. store in the old town you can hear That the, city every has profited hU

General improvements con- force of 30 men and two track building Luke would (conduct *. (general insurance At a meeting held on February 12 the fan talk "Play Ball. .And from administration is shown by the by work j

.i uting of city property, a SO-Joot road bed through Reedy and real estate business on by the Makinson-Carson Post of the all indications Kiasimmee will havea being done by bulkheading the waterfront .;

N'eptune Road, etc. _.__ J2r 00.00.i.nitary creek swamp, which, when completed, progressive lines and said in part, American Legion it was decided to line-up this season equal to that oi at the foot of Ruby

sewerage _____.- 25,000.00! will be one of the best roads in the. "We are here in a co-operative spirit ,send two delegate to the state convention two year ago. Every player is on which he hopes to compete during street

entire state. And to boost aU in our power tho and the delegates elected were edge, ready to go, and when that spirit this term as city The

Total __________________185,000.00 It will be a rock bed with 6 inchesof wonderful possibilities of Kissimmee. Raymond Raney and Allison French, is so prominent there can be but foundation work manager.which will hold concrete -

*under' the seventy-thirty plan it crushed rock with a penetration for the future. W are not here to with Sidney RiChard and Jim Milleras one result--a sure fire pennant win- the new Diesel combustion enginefor

would be necessary to bond the city finish of two inches of wearing Bur-' bndermine the principles as now established alternate ning team. the new' light and

for $16 ,OOO. In the last !issue of The face and will be 16 feet wide. The but rather to be an up The St. Petersburg post are putting The line-up is not yet eomplete,and has been completed, and water the engine plant,
Curette, Attorney W. J Stood foundation for the road through this building influence! in community the different
xpliined your on a bathing contest and the positions have not been has arrived. Wthin a few days the
the proposed paving program I swamp is being raised nd widened ." local poet was t urged to send a dele assigned the players, but the training manufacturers engineers wil be hereto

&n.l said in part: "The city has paid 'land there will be no interruption of After spending much time in visiting gate. However no action was takenas has started so the boys may limberup install it, thus paving the fora

within the last five years!, by taxation, traffic during the repairing, as an 800 Bartow, Lakeland, Bradentown. the time was tkought too short to the old stiff joints. cheaper rate to the consumer way of

the-, sum of llSfi.l/ 12.43 for an interest foot bridge detour is already constructed Sarasota, St. Petersburg! and other i select the delegate. A letter was received yesterday by electric light and power.Many .

and sinking fund. It is the mill- i and in place and this will thriving towns in the state, Mr. Horton i There will be a large representation Johnny Schmidt, one of the managers I of the city's bridges have ,

age that scares away the prospective j jm be moved as the work progresses and Mr. Luka!: decided to locate I from the local post leave here of the team for this season, from R. been put in good shape and several }

\esters and under the present method !I I Edward Pettus of Birmingham, here and in reference to this; Mr. for the convention 'next Thursday! D. Barze of Winter Park, in which he small bridges have been built where

the millagc will not have to be in- ;1 Alabama who has the contract for Horton said, "I think that the pros- morning or possibly Wednesday! evening said: || needed. And with the( many im-

crmsed. The method referred to by I I building the three 100-foot bridges pects for a young man are better in and with the members of the "Enclosed you will find copy of a i provements and the permanent repairs .
I I ;
Attorney Steed the through Reedy creek swamp, started Kissimmee than other of the letter I have written
was fifty-fifty any local band included, Kissimmee will to the director* that were necessary to make '
method which has met with 1 a large force of men to work Monday many places I have visited," and of the Lake-Orange I'
popularMinoval I'land finish the be well represented.We league regarding 'I during the past year, the tax rate Isl| i
and endorsed by the mem- I expects to bridges made the assertion that if one was the entrance of the teams from Kis- ,' but a trifle higher than it
was three
'l.e'''" of the Chamber of Commerce within six weeks, by which time the to go away from Kissimmee at this: believe that I the people of Kis- f 1 simmee and Eustis."Kissimmee I '

and' business men generally.The I' road will be completed, as the state time and return in fivo years they (simmee will find these men "just as has a warm place in I years The has, purchased a most modern -

people of Kisgimmeo will look engineer estimates that both this woud be unable to recognize Kissim- represented" and take this opportu- my heart. I shall never forget the piece of fire-fighting

forward with interest to the pavingof |I road and the highway to the northern mee as the old town of five years ago. nity in extending to them a very old 1 days of baseball and army life which replaced the old antiquated apparatus
the (end of the county will be completed Both Mr. Horton and Mr. welcome to Kissimmee. withan with '
stretR of Kill ill1ml'e. It is a I'I Luke are hearty spent Kissimme friends. equipment of earlier days.
atop in the right direction and will I within sixty days. This road will be young men and have imbedded within added hope for a successful career "Hoping for your success in any Kissimmoe ig
actually making
add greatly to the property valuations. |I improved by relaying the brick and them the fundamentals for success. project you may undertake, I am, progress for the first time in
I the addition .of 3-foot rock shoulderson !!
_ _ A Kissimmee well-wisher.. and
----------- - - ----------" years the
-- co-operative spirit -
each side of the present 9-foot
I BARZE. of the
leading wide-awake busi-
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON I road will transform this into a 15- There
at the time
are present
BRIDE I! foot highway. It is expected that eighteen player to out and it ness professional men and women
try Kissimmet, under the efficient
The Bridge' Osceola county's part of State Road j I looks as though a real team can be
Wednesday Afternoon No. 2 will completed by July 1. BAND CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY selected from the I management of Mr. Doughten, will 1
Club was entertained this week by I : following: Sam take its place among the leading cities

Mrs.! Howard Katz. Among the guests CHRISTIAN CHURCH CALENDARToo Prattler, Roscoe Roberson Tony Ro- of the state.
present Mrs Buttorff/ Miss Align lundo, Russell Crum. Holmes Prather i
were 4:00 o'Clock March 24 1924
Makinson, Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan, ( late for Classification) : Cecil and Lee McLean, "Bud" Harris AT THE GOLF CLUB HOUSE

Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Fannie Cowell. 11:00 a. m.-Preaching. Subject: March-Vanguard of Democracy . . . . King Rose, Allen Stockdale, Sam Story The golf club house is in a thriving
"What Shall Be The of Charles
These Sign Thy at Hays Eddie Dukes, Calvin
in addition the
ret'ular guests members were of the club. the End of The World." The choir Overture-The Golden Dragon.Ding Buckets. Rudolph Walker, Bob condition and filled to its utmost ca

Tlrst prize went to Mrs. y Plane; will, sing, "I Have Set Watchmen," Cornet Solo . . . . . . . . . . . Selected Bullock, Dewey Garris, Harry Fielding occupying pacity. Ten it. guests are at present
Tranmer. and several others.If .
M..... by
nad Button Mrs. received Alexander the had guestpri.e low 7:30 p. m.-This will be the third Patrol-The Crack Regiment . . . . . Tobani there are any other players who,ronto's Among the guests are four who of .To

score. The of series of sermon on the Ark of the care to work out with the team Johnny prominent physicians are
refreshments consisted INTERMISSION its delightful and "
Covenent. "Subject: "Eagon Beheaded Schmidt or Lawrence Tress wouldbe quarters
salad ice
our old friend McConnell, a well
sandwiches. ." . . . Barnhousea. glad to have. them call on them at
Selection-Evening Idyls . . . known rector from New York, i*
Mrs. and Mrs. Deyorfco any time.
ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN'S CLUB will sing a duet. Sun Set The Gazette will render all the assistance there also. Mr. and Mrs. McPherson '
.M B \ Mr. and Mrs. Baird and Mr. Ramsey, '
b. Festivities possible at any time to fur
The fine arts department of the Friends here will regret to learn all of Toronto, are enjoying the bal "
ther the interests of the club and will
Women'* Club will meet Tuesday of the.death'of Mrs. C. B. Wood, c. Dreamland. co-operate" with all tty ''player to cony breezes of Lake Tohopek+liga. s
Afternoon at, three March 25. which occurred in last '
o'clock Philadelphia Mrs. Edgar Teats charming c
Melody-Simplicity . . . . . . . . . Lee produce a team that will "bring home gave '
On>the program will have "Florida Sunday night. She wa .the. motherof the bacon" to Kissimmee.: tea on Wednesday for about.sixty ie t

Literature" ," "Music in the Public Mrs. Walter L. Marter,.-and her March-Boy Scouts of America. . . . . . .Sousa guest The floral! decoration were.

School** _and "Dutch Paintings." passing will sadden a.wide .circle of Star Spangled Banner . . . . . . , . . Key The many. friends of Mrs. AnnaHale"will wonderfuL It i la treat opportunity f'f;
The meeting will be held at the Chapter warm friends made during her fre regret to learn of her serjiou for those who wish to entertain their' tt

House. B quent visit to KUsimmee. / 1 illness. '.friends. ,.? I

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-DR.- W. A. HOBSON TO !the St. Cloud W. C",T. U., was a' wcl-! numbers who attend the "

ADDRESS: ALL-DAY M'EETI (come ,'I"itor.and, gave a, delightful school It was "whispered In -1"

. ,r i i 1 jtalk on the progress of the St. Cloud quarters, quite loudly, too, ::
WHERE TO WORSHIPBARACA District Number Three of the We- /union./ ; One tqurlst has given the W. all-day picnic for tho church .

kiva Association. will hold an all-day |Ie. T. U. ?500 towards( anew bead ble school la among the 'outings for

rally at the First 'Baptist church ..quarters' budding! and pledged $25 per the near future. j

Thursday. March 27 beginning' at 10a. l.ear for the rest .of her life, towards The detailed program for the mus

things a man can eat, but space prohibit m. The meeting, it was understood the upkeep of tho same. ical progrqm is, given below: ""a:fi

., CLASS !?. Suffice it to say that it rang- MEN'S CLASS OF will be had in the interest of the 1924 Mrs. E. Benedict from Wisconsin "A sketch of'the life and tome of'

(i-d from peach ice cream to .Sauerkraut goal of the Florida Baptist Convention who recently purchased a winter! hymns of Fanny Crosby' by the s.

Iii and the principal speaker will home I in St. Cloud gave a resume of tor. pas '

PULL REAL ONE Sam Lupfcr Jr., was the toast M. E.. CHURCH TO | be Dr. A. Hobson.- The- detailed I the W. C. T. U.. mcthoujjiin Wiscon "Rescue the Perishing. choir and<.J "'

master and performed( his duty well program j.'enbeJow: congregation.:

lie is also president of the class. A. 10:00: a. m.'-Prayer and Praise sin.Mrs.. A. Musscr, from Columbus, Melophone solo by Nathan Bryan.
O., called for a list, of the "Crusade "Blessed Assurance," by choir and
Nathan Bryan sponsor and others, i '! 10:30: a. m.-District: Rallies Their Twins... Every member of.the W. C. congregation.:
-rendered fine service and so far as 'Relation to the 1924 Goal
T, U. who celebrates her ,50th birthday Reading-Mrs. Earl Lupfer
J. F. SCHUMAN ORLANDO EDI we, havorJicard, no one has called the!. :M. MILLER!! ILL: FURNiSITURKEY : I 11:00: a. m.-Report on., District between October 23, 1923 and "My Saviour First of All," Choir(

TOR, DELIVERS INSPIRING ,undertaker DINNER( : TOMEN'S , Survey, by Chairman. October 23, 1921, I is considered a Solo-"Tell Mother 111 Be Where"Rending"The
*' Among the Invited. guests were", L. I 11:20: q. m.--Address: "With Christto .
ADDRESS "Twin, and name requested.Mrs.
: ) Picket' "
J I I E. Fenn,_ B. :G. Miller Rev. Phillips, CJ.ASS. Victory" Dr. W. Hobson. ; rt'ad' Song,
M. Clark
I A. : helpful Miss Clara Ploetx. .
/ and others, of the :Methodist church.: I Recess for dinner.-provided by the ''
,. paper on "Point* of View. Intermission-Selection
Class Reporter The Philathca Class will :join with : ladies, of the church.) '> I by orches
i By Things arc humming at The Metho Mrs. B. O'Bannon,, in her own tra. .
the First tho Baraca Class in the near future 2:00 m.-Religious- Service! at.d "
The Baraca class of Baptist 'p '
i dist church.! Sunday was anotherrecord niul'Ii' way delighted'the audiencewith !'Saved by 'Grace"-by 'quaitetts
fine three. dud another .social function will be . Open Forum. """ .
church, enjoyed a i breuk,). The Sunday school two rtcdings.: composed of Messrs. Albert
enjoyed. The hope that joint night 1l i0"' fcr t"- OvaL.I Suttonan'
course luncheon last Tuesday evening* I had its largest attendance and broke I. Every Church e Watch the 'tint jiasueof Th..Ga7.ett'e l R. G.; Stanfield and Misses'
' in the dassr oms of the church when meetings might be-ftftJ was expressed 1I'evious"I''cord"; i Sunday School nnd the Coil! -
The attendancevas
fall for a splendid program of the next:
I the"members of the Phila\hca -Blasei by L. E. Fenn. The luncheon." 32:;. .... W. M'; U. and the Goal regular meet 1 Ing. 0" : Waring and Luella Griffin; .
I Reading Mrs. W. IL
i served chicken, cake coffee and strawberry closed by a prayer by Jlev. Knight. II n.C.. P. U. and (Hto Go*!. Thomas.
theMen's Bible Class had 80 In at( --- "Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight .
I I "lie cream. This-was the first 'I i Short Addresses( from each: : : SL;)..t;.
I FIRST CHRISTIAN: CHURCH. tendanceand\ by that attendance :won n tUG .IVSIc.I.SU. : SONOSERVICE ," Joo Stump.
i iRe ment. .
real fellowship luncheon to take .
good the turkey dinner,, promised by Bro' AT BAPTIST CHURCH Violin} Solo-C.. E. Roune.!'

place in quite a long time the members and was \'. W. O.. Hornbaker, B. l)',- Minister i M. M. Miller. lie says that ho'js' going (:1I:'T WKEK- : M4LICU\ :::' 1 '70( S* Duet"Safe. In The Arms of Jes. ,
thoroughly' enjoyed I
10:00'. m.-Bible School. C. >E. to make it the best dinner ever: 'Rev, Walter U. Knight, pastor 'of us"-Misses: Ruth llerrberg and lie! "
and their I .
guests. Powell, superintendent. School graded given here The banquet will bo given What is being called "G-fs srS'ge'Chdren' ;i;
a.Jdrell4the.'lClass' ]i the I Fir Baptist"' church said yes' en Chapman. _
The principal speaker lo .
*' Good instructors.' Hearty welcome at the Fraternity hall at 8 o'clock to' the Florida Baptist! ; s! > terdny that so many favorable comi "Home Sweet Ilom1! Quartet: \

elate' editor was of the J. F.Orlandncpol'ler.Scliuman as"o-. Class studying extended Book you.of Men's'Acts. Come Bible on 'Thursday nignt. A splendid;, pro Home of :Arcadia, will be aV.srvd(! y i j i r'i I i manta have been made of tho recent (Same as above.) ".
the local B last wee; of'' I
gram of music and speeches has been Baptillt.l'lhe 'inusUal
whose talk weed! the brng a friend. I program. rendered by the "Pass Not"-Choir and congre
Star was on this month--\Ui'ch; ) 21 to 3). It vl :
nnanged. Men ,
Sanford and
, 'J of' the human*.intellect. Mr.I 7:30 p. tn.-PreaHiingservice. ; church recently that a similar but gation.
powers 4:00 p. Wednesday. Bible Study -j Orlando us well as local men will deliver scaled;( )'('stcrdl'lhnt the; : 1>- : more extensive/ would Uifcad Benedict ion. .
Schuman gave many Concrete; examples cla"s for those, pnable to attend in addresses. The band will be- sidiary organization: oC the Klr-irn-: I' program ,
his talk to show the the Tourists at the church Sunday evening.
during { great evening. especially
mee Baptist churches will bald
l.. power,of the human intellect and said vited. : in-I there. Preparation has been made to ial meetings the wccV tr ape the''purpose 'j t I Instrumental and vocal solos a duet, Building permits lasuedatthe city
r there was only one other thing that 7:30. : p. m.-Wednesday. Bible Study take care of 100 men.: '' of raliinc: fund for thus reading, and renditions by the augmented hall for new construction: In Braden

I' was equal to the human intellect and -4:00.: m. Thur.da, '. Junior A splendid men's: chorus has ,been worthy object. I Ii chorus choir and orchestra town during the period Feb. L to

that was the emotion. A hearty applause Christian p Endeavor. Miss)Edith Miller organized. New hymnals have Ix-en (I.i, S. 11. )Rogers secretary: of (.10 Z"t.! I' win be called into play in developing March 3, inclusive totals .)7JJ55'!) '.

was given Mr. Schuman at the superintendent. purcha"cxLa.nd orchestration music forthe ida the subject "Folk Songs and The February's building permits w.... Only
'I convention
Baptist writes "l!
conclusion of his address. 7:30: p; m-Saturday, is new voices have been added to t Life and Hymns of Fannie Crosby." a third of January's nearly one
'l hearsal. you cannot: contribute mo:.':!;r, co.t-j!
The next speaker was Rev. Albert I, the choir. If you enjoy: good music The ,building!: committee announces hundred thousand dollars but' Made
I' Visitors! invited to all service i tribute some cf the nec"nari! of-
New minister of St. John's Episcopal Church you Should come out to 'the services that 513 can be accommodated at this a total of $57,8u5. March however,
study telephone: No. 2C9.; i life make some( l.inJ of a, gift'! 'ae. a'
J A church who gave a farewell talk and I IA male quartette has been made up) humanitarian to the CATS. and was: service; but all are requested- to come started off with: a bangwhen J./

E expressed his sorrow in heaving Kissimmee PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCH of the 'men's chorus and hflVc being ,,(thlt Home during flits tfpecU'' .early: and enjoy the program from the Singletary took out a permit Monday

: and said that he had nut been Rev. DrescbTb.;; : been giving some good. numbersJ'bo ." start. ._ afternoon for construction of his new
II. D." Pa 'tor I'\'e'k. and tho:,(' dehiriiu' .; ,> .xlvo.
remain in where minister told! the church that he be |ifcifts i It said (that theater
privileged to a city I was special recognition building on the west side of
itlipr than
> ,] he had"been accorded such wonderful 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Prof. lieved in good music -and! he has been in money; s'toid! : get ,I i i willIe given the tourists, and they Pine street just south of Manatee
D. B. touch with the Udiew of C.() :K'H..
f friendship and hospitality as i tn Kis- 11:00 Shaver superintendent. pushing for it and wonderful im .----, will be given cj(>jK>rtunity to express avenue, which will be occupied by the

simmee. Rev. New left Wednesday Subject: a."Riches m.-Morninlt'in Heaven.Worship." I provement has been made.The I 'W. C. '1'. u. ]ithem'clvi't I with reference to benefits Bradentown Amusement Inc., whicb

for his summer home, in North Caro- 3:00 p. m.-Junior Christian En growth of. the Sunday: school -- derived from attendance upon the has taken a long time lease on the
I lina. deavor. and especially of the Men's class, has The regular: \\. CT.. U. ..t.-? :'l'': services of the local churches: structure

;it 1 Rev. Walter B. Knight 'was asked '60: p. m.-Senior Christian En I been: so great that it is necessary to held last Friday'w:.? a very s .. .,. 4u"j! I At the morning, service, the pastor, ,

,j i to address the class, 'which ho did deavor. have larger/ quarters and plain ale and In h'udione, 'The o?ea i. f ''imoh ; will! prerfch on, "l>oct rII and Medicines DeSoto City 11 vote v bond to

I I with his usual vigor and expressed 7:30: p. m.- Sermon bythe pa tor. being made: to )build a men's building. Christian Ctficil hip/' v/ju, full\ of i, ," or "Has the Church Lost (ho 'build a school house that will ulbmately .
his gratitude in the strides the Subject: "The Soul's Anchor. Bro. Walter interest and ,tanny:) vlut.i2were Ihlt'h :Tower 'Heal "
1 great 7:30 Bass leas promscd a bar- ; to the Body? This service i cost $40,000.& Truly it seemn

i class had made complimented the ladies and Bible p.sgr Wednesday.'ice. : Prayer. bcue when the class reaches 100 in ] stressed. ,, will be featured by special music. that the school building fever is

) on the serving of a fine luncheon 4:00: p. m.-Thur Women's attendance.: Almost that, many hate The attention cf the pro !,;.:' :g' Carton Farmer, superintendent of catching in Highlands county,' thin

.f' and expressed his regrets at the going Bible Class. Mrs. Kathertne. West, been enrolled in the class. attoiney will hll cilled-o tli" !.1':! that: I the Bible school and his splendid being' the 'third building' proposed

\4 of Rev. New to other fields of Teacher. The II church and bumraliw' are receiving j all persons xfUirny: cig-iret'e.( ; : J (t' ,nora ; corps of teachers and workers, are offering since. the present term began., Avon ..

t work. A touch of humor was added 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prac mutt dt',8illtt' face pro. -:.In. attractive and Park and Lake. Stearns other
'"I t two coats "of paint and plan l Mrs. helpful programs are the
by Rev. Knight 1n relating the story tice.Visitors made 1 Zwingler f3mil.h. pre :dent'of for the
are two.
will find a cordial welcome to paint the paisonage. II j increasingly large ,I

I i I of marriage.a man This who fellow was contemplating went to his I to a Best of all, a fine spirit of harmony .

y ? friend "Jiggs" and told him ''oz his ST. JOHNS: EPISCOPAL CHURCH and co-operation prevails and

It' t plans. Jiggs upon hearing the 'fel, the church believes that nothing i' .
Rev. W. II. Gale, Rector. j impossible that ought
.to be done
( to
plans hastily (told him that he
should enjoy himself fully from now 8:00 a. m. Holy Communion. j make it a Beacon Light in the com- .

until the day of his wedding. "You 10:00 a. m.i--Church School, in the ,I miwuty. The official board, the Sun- { SPRING IS HERECOMEAND
day school
don't mean that a fellow should not Parish House., council, Epworth League-
', .11:00 a. m.-Morning and'Sermon. and 1 Ladies Missionary Society
take unto himself a wife do you )Z" \i& J. Aul M. s- -AI- *.prayer' .-3.J"1 are
f t'. "No" replied ','I"r h 'r optimiati n are anying, What next .
Jiggi.j.; 7 4a n W0 for ; --.x'*'.+..:-:{ :.:{.,>) ... *
,i', body ,!!'uldtak;] mlnc" p m E emng pro 'c n ( u ?( ; d' he curch? ?: :+ > :<-.c-+

i ::y," Among lho other speakers or the ermon7T4a lV I u t a o em1'e' ,' aqt

t evening werePJ.'D. -WoosterJllIl C'' pp m. { e nesduy I tan er goo ca a hip ot g iiipa.tG SEE: WHAT- I IS BEING OFFERED
c The it T'fJh .
pu olnVanu
Stanfield, Jim Johnston I.. E. Fenn: FIRST *> .
BAPTIST service
Fred Harvey and Carson CHURCH is contagious and all our other
r .t' whose' talks were very interesting and Rev. Walter B. Knight, Pastor churches have cnui_n_?.M..- .if, _. .,s...'., o.v-- AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES
i' | pushing ahead The 'Ii .
greatly enjoyed. pastor he
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Carson says ;.........
i laying the -: : : : : :-
};' A solo and a'duet was rendered! by Farmer supeiintundent. Classes|I I Bible elaasr foundation in his great o 0 oo :+ CoO c -Ho 4"M>*4 0"9"W > 0 U ceo>< 0 <<' 0 H-O+
Ruth Herzberg and Helen Chapman. I for 'all tm! .. fpr a live, progressive: :

y -. A quartette composed of R. G. Stan 11:00: a. m.;-Morning Subject: I Mliimh. Han for future progress Oil so very, very You have heard about

field Uly Chapman L...len Chapman I "Doctors and Medicines," or "Ha the involve great! faith and hard! work;'

F and Ruth Herzberg sang. Mrs. C. I Church Lost the Power to Heal the I but 'he says that if his folks will fol new in guaranteed the new\ style themes for

B. Miller was at the piano. The musical Body?" I low they will /jro over the op. .

I At the evening service, the entire New members lire received "f.
i program was a feature of the evening at everyl ast colorSUITINGS 1 1924, distinctive, pretty
and was well rendered by these I; period will be given over to a program communion service. The attendance .

'L Y_ ;, .talented people. i I of instrumental and vocal solos at Sunday services has been and emphasizing latest

, Another interesting feature of the I a duet readings, and renditions Just great/ and at home of these serv.': ,r' _

( "evening's program was the manner in |1 Eby the augmented chorus choir and Ives it has been necessary to throw i

sy! which every man Introduced himself.: orchestra in developing the subject open the Sunday school apartment. 7 Colors: i ll, enchanting colorings" ,

< y"" ( .Each one stated their name, whether "Folk Songs and .The? Life of Hymns There arc enough people here in- Kisseimmee f -

+ ,. . married or single, their occupation of Fannie Crosby. to fill all the churches every -Tan ; 1 vividly expressing the. gay
'' and the things they liked to eat beat fi:30 p. m.-Senior B. Y. P. U. I, Sunday. Let us nil work lo do this BrOwn" .

.It wovld be amusing to enumerate the >7:30: p.service.m.-Popular evening evangelistic .. thing.heart invites The big ('hurchvith the big =Green __ fit r Ii spirit of Spring. "

you to worship there if i

.- you arc not worshiping .'. -Lavender Our Piece. Qoocls
-h.---: __ 1 ,

7flO: .p.. Wednesday.. Prayer -Pink ,
ii ,. -
THIS -Copenhagen Blue Department
I HAVE DONE TODAYu Renditions by the choi rand .
will feature the musical quartet .-Rose. ,
.a **yw- E. Stanle ,_ "You will like this church.program. is
7 came A wel x abundantly filled for _
I awaits as genial" as Florida sunshine Special Saturday Only.49cyd.
ff I I found a soul that you.
was lonely'and sad -
j ; __-r_ your selection. i
This I have done
i : .METHODIST CHURCH <'>->-:'< :.': : ><'<-:">( ..
y. I spoke the word that has made 'him glad; o *: >< -oo----:.<<<-:->(o.----. >.: :-:-:-:-:..:..:-:-><.o--,* ... .
L, ;J This I have done to-day. '. s Kcv. John F. Phillips 'D. D. Underwear

Iy I heard him lift Ms voice in Shirts
r praise; 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School. J. L. Athletic and knee /
It gave him hope for the better. days Overstreet, superintendent. Please length union siiits cub
a And helped him walk in the holy ways, be on time. full and roomy' and \ Oxford hl't.
-' 'Thi. I have done to-day. 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. every garment perfect are big favorites. There
t ',x- -, Subject: "Better Than Gold." :Made of the "flnettquality 111 is a choice,pf button-

..',. u I found a soul that'.was stained with sin 7:30: p. m.-Sermon by the pastor. < pin-check nain- \\ ,jr.1' I' down_ or plain styles.
Subject hooks
: large bar V
"Why I Am Not nain //1'
e r '*ftt"***" This I have don* to-day. tian." a Chris nooks, m' a d r u s and \ ,1 1 ; They aree' I I mado

And' brought him to Christ who took him in, "Prayer fancy materials, \Von- { anti proportioned, At ,_
**." : This I have done to-day. > meeting Wednesday at 7:30. dji fully made garments n 1' this same price we are :'"
Subject ., "
** I knew my Lord; and what it had cost Sunday: "Prayer. All officials and and well finish" + also showing a largo "
workers ed. All sizes
To save a soul like are especially up to 48. ; selection of
him who new color J
was lost This !
is .
requested to be the { t
v' opportunity
present at the 1
So I guided mid \l ed
his barque that was temptest-tossed, wek services. to supply your full \ striped; madras in
+ *-' .
This I have done neck-band
to-day. Choir summer needs. styles.
"*vu- : rehearsal'Wednesday after

;' "' I. lifted his burden 'when the prayer meeting at 8:30. The Men's 80c to 99c Coatless days-mean
't-; day was long; ,. Chorus will also have good shirt
;;-J This I have done to-day. a rehearsal at .:' days.
thi stime. s Suit .
It helped. him carry his cross with a song There per t4, C $..00 to $3.50 '
_. will be
;;llZ? This 'I have done "" special music at both
P to-day.
j Up where the mists have / : services. The large Men's chorus and 404004404444: tU ct 0 1) +x'400444 4ri444400Wr44004406heCorner ,
cleared away, *;. ;:'' the Male Quartette will ff.'H, *> .***-***
Out on the 'glory, sing at the +
ahlning'way, '
"' < ">. '< ' evening services.
< I will his will have as
song in eternal our
day ,
i ,.. ,'This I will. do some day. guests at this service the Masons and 1 Dry
the Qpod
:- .?3f""r / S.tO.iC
l e J. ,The Telescope., . The Men's Bible Class will have'., _. !

., 8 turkey o'clock banquet'on at, FxatrniU Thursday-night at :: .. Quality Corner-+'No, 2 Broadway

,1 Hall.. Good'Eah .
: 1 .
tlc \ j ., .Good speeches., ; "
j :. ,
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NEAR EAST'RELIEF ,,- -_ - .- .. . \ .

Floridians who have contributed, -

and those who are contributing to the ry .

G EATlY'"EXTENDEO'I' work of the Near East Relief, .

will bo interested, to know that the .
work on behalf of Greeks in Turkey
was recently I officially 'rec giifzed in Just. 18 Miles Oayplta}
ON the I '
THE WORK FOREIGN 'FIELDS. Greek Parliament by; foreign : ,
minister Rousses,' who extended
SHOWS EXPANSION thanks 'to America for valuable assistance. a little over 30 minute for Kit .. I J : ,; c.JVi;
ftmme to shop in Orlando at -
In publicly: thanking America for eLar .' -"

assistance Minister Roussos said -.4 ,, ,
COUNTRIES ENTERED "Thanks to the valuable assistance ot I "' ,, I

American Near East Relief, thousands . :: I
Sfe u3eirn S
.. ;
of civil prisoners have been "; 'I,
_..-tll.r.. F.rc.s New Have Missionary transferred from Anatolia and many ., :' '

FI..U. ." Every Side .f Greek boys and girls held in Turkish llmatillaEustis IJ. P'JI" ... ', \
.. With of
AutfUpo homes have been released. :Moreover -

900,000, representatives of this humanitarian .
--r- -r, organization are at present facing MtrOora

the hardships of travel in Anato '' 7a

lia for the purpose of locating more .
'f' 11 .
prisoners and '1 0. t
supervising their ," ;
mss, transfer to Greece: But for the intercession '; '- j," Pv Msilb .
ul ,
A": l. ,
: iJ ;\\ ; .' ." -
tthe' of Near East Relief in the "i J v.-;);. ; : """ ... ." . '-'Y.CuO .

past, thousands o'f Greek orphans 'a"I"" .. r !.L Apopka i u ark Tift4tviliG a . .. "

'would have perished in the depths (f IJ '!',.., ,." d

,Anatolia. We know what this organization ," YOWELL. DREW C' .
has done, for Greece, and td
. rsve osotc
we do not forget." .OOtXWDO. FLORIDA
A Oa, : "
I I National and state headquarters of : "

the Relief organization, are highly 7Ji{ ":; ,,.7r c
(gratified to know that the work is : "

, proving so effective;. and is so great. , CXf//: F/.v .; .,} ' . .
M >ly appreciated by those in behalf of .

whom the effort is being mad "t Your/tame. /:rL/J..J p'ntcssEb'z: .": .

ja- I| The work,! of transferring the prisoners to %*#/&**> G.. 6* 'f.." ay : .;

is only one phase of the plano 4 get gti tt f.I.tll : '
bring light to darkness in this sec .' 4:1, .

.1onand' funds from Florida forwarded .:,' ... , . '
... ... ; .. .
f \ .J..o..jf..t of : ' ,. t
'through the\ "state headquarters ,. .. .".,.::1. Ie" .
In.Jaekeonville. are having. a partIn ''n> t..Clo I '::r
.. '- .-1)1, ; ....'IJDVe ,.1 fI. 4J the accomplishment of the '..pleDSid .' i.,., _. AH Rived, H lUaJI.r,. 1yx' (" ).
'' .''F.rlVMllA, hard< results : ..
'. .
.N1d.Jo :
,, L to' Of
Indicating'' the"', to Which the i(i According to reports recently made (t l2 Lclstfe00.-0 ail\GS' Gay .' ':'J'V'' "
foreign mission' work of the Souther after a personal inspection of the : ."" .: 'J'1': \ \ '
haotlst Convention has been set forward refugee situation, it was stated that AU.f1uMl J' ) ', ) \ : ,Y... ,

by the larger'proceeds that have the most distressing conditions prevailed ;', ;,' Qaka end'r ." > !" "I"J''I.'\f.t, 1j> ,>:.
.... Mat too 7C lllllloaCamp ,y: . Ounr3tC 'I'll. ': ;.' V.",. ,
to It Baptist .
i the ; '
especially among 112,000 .. / ,,,
4' ,1/ t
'. .t1N/ is s wwr our .(,q. ..
*If.. Dr.:.J. F. lave'seeretary'ofIh. refugees in Salonika, out of the L,- '.:,. .,., "" reap // "'
7'/1/ .,
foreign Mission Board reports 000,000 in Macedonia. Thousands of ",,. 2er. j ''' ''".. .Subburb3RU .. .reNir; hoes ";I' i ,. .
; ; .
that since lilt, wha the Campaign t VowellDreu CA '
women : '
and children are said to . : '; /, '
projected: the folio-wing Increases H 1
wa '
i.s- -to tHenwYowellDrew
I ; .
in indescribable crowded f J
unsanitary -
la the work of that board ha. .Veen \ '1" '
take W'aks' '
barracks, hovels and shacks, \ ;
.. the l suffering, from malaria, and patheti- ... .... .. ', ' I .. .
on field has Increased front < . SS4e ...1. .. .: -
bally under nourished. Monroe Reed- '" ' .... '' I ,\I.
XM to (40. number of native workers .. ".,;. II
'from t05 to 81, Dumber' the need for relief work to be .. . ' ''' '' :

<'h- rch members from <*.... te the greatest seen in any country since ..',.', . 'roa r-f -' ,: . " I
." ",,..,,' . ,; ?:I i' !'l' .'I'J' {'!if... '4;\' 7
of lf-upportlac "
1",311.UDlHlr the World '
war. 4 ) ,' ,;: (i :r lzIr :
4hurchM from,HJ to..111. number of From Florida headquarters, speakers If' '. : '
., ,
baptism per year from C, are touring spreadingthe ". .I. ,
." "
.. "
710 C ,. r '
of schools from "
Sunday Relief gospel but with the limited 'f ;.<" .... " ,\"
'oJ 1.447. number of Sunday school fund available for this work, half of " ("'.T.. "...'". ... ,., .., ...',''p4(11", "'.;I\i'\';'i' 'l. ,ii'' ' ,;, pupils. from lI.tlSto, : 17.407. number Orlando, Florida' "
the need has not been told, the real .. ,
of d.rltbool. from BIS to 196, ,
conditions in the Near East .
of pupils la day schools from 11,711 existing -
.lo M.7I9. and contribution per year area having been only superficially .. _

from 1171.171 Co |U7*.l.aatlsme touched upon, Julln Lai I

Gain Rapidly An urgent appeal for funds Is being -
Nearly as many persons ha?. ben made, and'an effort being madeto .

baptised by the alMlooarl on the lay before the charitable inclined .- --

foreign fields sine the Campaign began people of the state; the need for assistance that the method cannot' fail.. try, for years a recently there. has

M had boft, baptised during alltk..v.ntyttvo and at the same time to out. Florida communities are enthusiastically'responding been a rapidly increasing' tendencyin

years of missionary of' line in detail just how the money contributed ; to-this appeal, 'and -the larger cities to use them in High School Auditorium
to the Inception
this operations movement prior Dr. Love reports. This Ii to be spent. workers in the state hope that funds place of motorcycles since they; are

Those desiring to have a part in will be forthcoming to continue thecarrying less conspicuous, and afford greater
doe aot Include Kmssla, where more
than on. million m.m'b.ra'Jla.e come the work and who have not yet had on of the work which can. protecton and comfort Portland, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I

I late the Baptist churches la recentyears. an opportunity to contribute, may'doso not be continued without finances. Oregon, 'I, one of the latest cities to

Nearly one-fourth as many by forwarding money; or checks to '. adopt the Ford car to replace motorcycles '

parsons were baptized on the foreign Near East Relief headquarters, Room FORD CARS ARE NOW . and now has twenty-three of FRIDAY NIGHT MARCH 21Pupils 1 r

'J fUtds last year as there wore m.mVw S04 Peninsular Building. West Adams PUT TO NEW USE them in operation. rl

all told oa tbo foreign fields street, Jacksonville, where informs Cleveland Heights 0., and Cincinnati -
when the Campalgabegs.* lion may be obtained regarding. any Armored Ford cars as bandid chasers are other cities which have recently I
At the time the Campaign bogan of the Near East activities. are the latest police novation. joined the Ford ranks. The of the High School will

Southern Baptls'ts' were operating only Florida, through the Jacksonville Gen. Smedley D. Butler, Philadel: armored Ford car".as used ,in Philadelphia Present.the Four Act ComedyCLARENCE I

in M.iico. Brasll.' Argentina Chile headquarters of the Near East Relief, phia's dynamic commissioner of pub. however, is General. Butler's :
Uruguay, China. Japan. Africa and I.> endeavoring to do its part in the lic safety; is the man who introduced deL
IUa,. As a result of the larger pro
work of contributing to the relief of them.
e*.d* made avalable from the Cam
Interested in the possibilities of
the people in the section overseas Before he took office a few weeks
paten the board has been enabled to
enter the new field of Spain. Jug known as the "Near E..lo" and back, the Philadelphia city council Manatee county for the production of
Rua.Ill of workers familiar voted Gen. Butler $5.000'lith' whichto I sugar, Miller .A. Smith of New York
t>larla, Hungary, Roiimanla, and through a corps
Hiram U. Hart of Minneapolis
Iq Burope, and Palestine and SI- with the need, and conditions, is appealing purchase an automobile for his city and -
l Iberia In Asia. This gives to Southern to the people throughout the personal use. Minn., are hero for ,a stay of

JUptUts a total missionary audienceof state for financial assistance. But when salesmen for highpricedcars several days, which they are spending

90U.OOO.OOO. oi1 more than one-half Churches in nearly every city of appeared "and tried to interest! inquiring into the character of the By Booth Tarkitigtoti. I

the ,total population of the globe size, are being opened to the him, he made it plain that he Intend. land hereabouts and the .history of '
Older Field. ReEnforcedBut speakers' never before, who are ed to spend the money in purchasingsmall sugar-making in this section of Flor CAST OF CHARACTERS j
of more significance than thefairy ringing the message educationalwork light cars for use as bandit ida. Me sf.. Smith and Hart had

Into these new' fields Is the re- being conducted in the Near chasers by the police department. -. little to say about their business. Mr. In Order of Their Appearance .1
tnforcemuat that has come to the Hart said they had spent several
The Ford runabout his choice
of was
in need
work In. the older field. In U-) estimation East area,assist teaching themselves those and by and it wasn't long before an enterprising weeks in Florida looking into the .possibilities Mrs.: Martyn: Mr. Wheeler's Confidential Secretary____:; ._Rebekah Millet I
of the officials of tbe Foreign relief to of rafting sugar cane and Mr.; Wheeler: A Prominent Business Man Who Cannot Manage His I
Ford salesman had
Mellon Board. This reinforcement their efforts to not only become self- a car. manufacturing sugar on a commercial Family,__..________?-_______':'____-__________..______F. S. LedbetterMrs. I
ronilst not only In sending. out many supporting, but to 'work. among (their ready for the general's inspection.Now scale. They have looked over Wheeler: His Jealous Wife_-....____.___.___..EHanore Over.treetDobby I
new workers but providing larger doing with the necessity the Philadelphia police have '
people away I
own Wheeler Their Son who has Just Been "Fired" from another .
much of the southern part of the : ,
six of these armored Ford : and
In- of church in sending : cars
hOIl.qulpmeot.., mission the residences way schools, workers of heavy out expenditures from this country. under General Butler's- plan this state and have sought facts in connection Boarding-school ....__......_______.__...._..,_...____David Branson J
with the several enterprisesof Cora Wheeler: Bobby's Everpresent TormenterEleanor: Rosen I
hoftpltals, orphangeapubltehinghousesand Through the assistance of various number will shortly -be augumented ,
this sort now in operation in the Violet Pinney: Cora's Governess, and a Heart-smasher..Eunice Rivera -1
the like. Summarizing growth agencies in the forwarding of food until there will be ninety such bandit '
that has com In the forces on the of this featureof chasers in service. Everglades district, the largest of Clarence: An Ex-soldier Who Finds Himself the Center of a | |

older fields since the Campaign began and supplies the minimized cost allowing The entire shell of the body,is lined which is that .of the PennsylvaniaSugar "'distracted Family Circle.............__..-......_.._.Milton Graham <|

the following results are pointed out: the, work is with 1-8-inch specal steel and the Corporation near Miami. Della: The Irish 1I0use-maid................................Luci1e Griffia 1

Number of churches 76% Increase; the use of an extremely large per. armor Dinwiddie: The Butler.____..._.-.._.._..____..,-.--..--..Clyde Harris J
ntitaber of church members, 108% In- centage of monies contributed to go space between the plating and An interesting event for March in Hubert Stem:. A Persistent, Widower....,.::..-___...........Fred Lupfer I
Into the charity itself. the outside of the car is packed with conventionof
creaae; number of church buildings, Jacksonville was the state
46% Increase;. number .of schools, According to reports being sent out lone cotton and coarse hair to retard the Florida Music clubs, held in ,

K% Increase; number of pupils 108% from' the state headquarters, something the velocity of bullets. Armor plate that city, March 12 to 15, inclusive. l|
Increase; number of residences for like 60.000 children are at present also coven the cowl and runs up as There are many clubs associated in a HIGH. SCHOOL ORCHESTRA BETWEEN4CT SPECIALTIES

missionaries, 1H% Increase; number in training in orphanages situated high as the lower portion of the wind federation in the. state, and several I
of foreign missionaries, 63% increase; in the Russian Caucausus, Palestine sheild. The upper portion is in 'two hundred prominent people from various TICKETS ON SALE AT TRESS'NE'VS STAND

number of native missionaries. ISH' ,' Syria and certain portions of sections of bullet proof glass and parts of Florida were present. -- -
Increase;, number of hospital build. being wind wings have been provided on
here the
Ingt7-21% increase; number of treatments Greece, and refugees are The meetings of the organizationwere RESERVED SEATS ?___--._____-,___-* _____76c ]
taught 'elementarY work in the either side, these also of bullet. proof held the Women's club building.
given. .Ior., Increase; number oflao.pltal trades and glass. at ADULTS ____,_____.________-__..._____-_5." ,*-
morning, and profitable I There were several pleasant social
bods.Remain 104% To Increase.Much .." Don industries in the afternoon.. The Ford engines are' specially and musical affairs enjoyed by GRAMMAR SCHOOL. ___..________._______S5c. t U

With all 'the increase. that have !I It is the purpose of the. Near East equipped to afford increased speed delegates and home folks during the PRODUCED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH SAMUEL FRENCH .. .]
com la the foreign'>nl .1on work only : organization, which is. .strictly an and tests made show some interesting convention. OF NEW YORK
a portion of the program that'was COBtwuplated American institution 'chartered by results. In one ,test to show acceleration '

for'fore'" mission a.. tae congress for the :purpose of bringing and power developed for Poor Peter .' X. ._._ < ]
lultaof thciCampalga III.*:bee.-ae- light aa.mpllsbed.a* yt.' >1,Is in ,the hop' rthe. Near"East; ;; to send out'these ont mInute', and 'thlrty-ofie seconds pastor of a church the following note: j: '

,of I iCBH- >lUng thfar program through I children after they* are'"educated, to 'rom"a' standing start.- |On a country ."Peter Bowers having, gone to seat BRQA0WAY .GAfMX& S

,.M or. ffotlvely oqnlpplag the work> :work in their?own .devasted "country, r bad tfl 'c.1": attained a' speed. of more" his wife desires the prayers. of thecongregation lei MV > j
....'workers. oa both the older 'n.leia vhich' fs at, present .without; govern. ..haii'sixty'milw 'an hour and in"ity a for his Hfet,." J" '_ '. ,
-I.'......... ... "*"'\ n,. nr'_J>. Doeni, without .Institutions?!and with : spend test covered '2,828 feet at -Theminister'glanad..: ,over it .hurriedly GENERAL AUTO, REPAIRS. GAS. OILS' AND' ACCESSORIES. '

-ate* of the )Toteta'Mslbn-tJa6H ft th Boa. U o1iCachoo1., in" order: that,th4y'mayigbnhdaud 1 speed. ofTalpproximately .seventy and:then.announced; ,HARTFORD BATTERIES. SUPPLIES 'AND SERVICE
out of ehaoas. nlles hour.,, ,. ."Peter'Bowersbavlng gone to lee '
irt;..'syoyt to co . bring order ) an ; : 501' BROADWAY UI
.tb.,iyaa nt.,01 iflsnbscphtM : .: I dnc'ationis( the-basis of, I'in .nse'bylpo* his, i wife,',desires ;the r prayers of thecongregations ? .., fHONE
', "of -IQ ''l icV'departments 'all ..over.-the coun-J for his ,safety."- ea 4 '(
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE appreciated and enjoyed. The 'Gazette I TIlE WATCHER *
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EVERY FRIDAYKISSIMMEIS. state is >so well taken care of in this'particularregardlessof -Activlty
the. price. ., YtfU'CESTART ,The people of the United; States ore .. ,
t' Editor II A.and NEEU ManacrrIS. Read ,the-"People's x: Forum" in this 'RIGHT in for a rood time This) is presidential "',,;

O. VANS AONEW, COIN AND Oti THC and the two '
C'MON :year great parties ;\:
Treasurer issue of The Gazette. This department ,,1
Secretary and IT/ .
>t FOR. 1 Bu41E4'r tE7 u4GCTf are as peaceable as a dog and cat under -
will, be made a regular: featureof

O.. Copy ecnscnrpTlo'l, One Year....-HATES_........$ the paper in future and, while the COQrrER a wash tub. It'll be a big scrapof

One Copy, *HI 1z MonUII._,_..-..._. 1.00 communications can not be taken all the knock-om-down-and-drag-em-
......... .60
O.e Copy, Three Month kind and the chances are
expressing opinion of the.'editor, so even! .
JnterP'd: at the pontofflo at Kl '"lmm the letters will proveof interest to that no man on earth knows) which
aecofltl-claaa matter..
e, Florida as Gazette readers. The communication 4 will win. For the first time the rm.

All communication, excepttrom authorlertl I 1 o V.'CJ dio will bo used to disseminate the
correepuodenta mud be dan- printed this week is timely and carries "yT'
*d by the writer.Rtjected a" number of worthwbi1lug"/ y: doctrines of the parties. The candi.
matter will be returned Itcalled
I for. gestions. The "People's Forum" is dates ran go into a booth at a radio ..

I to all citizens of Osccola and station and talk into a hole in thowtili
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I Foreign Ad rtl l-if Rpr* ""ntt ; : ( THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION they are requested to "air" their and be heard by five million vo

views on any desired subject. ters. People all over the country will

n THURSDAY. -MARCH: ;?!Q, 1924Kissimmoe x-- 1 yJ fr tune in and hear the G. O. P. from
0 t r\
I The very least that can be paid of ( t 1 I r- station DUNK In Washington tell

is already getting some the code telegrams between Washington their story, and then switch*off and

very desirable publicity as! the result and Palm Bench is that the hoar the Democrats from station

t of the bond election for new school I i gang, the bad boys, the bunch, the PUNK in New York tell l theirs. Folks

building4-> All The Gazette regrets j entente, the central powers, were doing who listen will hear a lot about oil,

about that election is that it was not their whole duty under the com- tariff, bonus, oil, booze, law enforcement ..
.' unanimous. pact to hide! the humiliating fact that AF1 oil, Teapot Dome, Muscle

.I x their premier, E. B. McLean, possess. Shoals and oil. This will be the greatest

II. A. Neel, the new editor and ed none other than a non-sensitive \ d/fgv campaign ever known and some

manager of The Kissimmee Valley conscience when the duty of 'cata- ('u:m candidates will hit the slick tobogganand

\ Gazette, greets his readers in a/ well- Dultincr Fl Ko truth was involved. It is slide into oblivion mighty quick. .

written salutatory. He succeeds W.V rather a !serious defect for a great
Of all sad words from which
B. Harris who has been the presiding man to sustain, and the loyalty of his men recoil -

genius of The Gazette for 28 years. companions is to be admired, for lope ,
The sadden these "I'm
f -Tampa Tribune. alty is a goodly virtue, though some smeared
with oil!
z- of the acts it leads to are to be con-

Our old friend, H. A. Neel. late of demned. It's going to be jolly to alt in one's

I the Sanford Herald, has purchased an --x own home and have his political dope

'l: Interest in The Kissimmee Gazette THE PERIODS OF A MAN'S LIFE fed to him from a wire right out of

; and is now editor and manager of I the skies. Some folks think their
'. same. He is a good newspaper man The twenties are the moulding
parties< are haven-born and Infallible
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; I, and will prove quite a valuable acqui- years of the life, when the young and this will make them more sure

sition to that splendid paper. Successto man forms those habits that shall BANBUG"! IS WINNING | of it. Until recent discoveries we did

;J you, Ilarry.- -Delray News. direct his career. Then he finishes WORn OUT OF 30.000 not, know.that the air above our heads
-x- his school work, stands before the
I TilE UNSEEN ARTISTBy TO OPPOSE was charged with all the
'SCOFKLAW : things that
I": Mr. Vanderlip is again making ; altar, establishes n home and looks ,

., serious talk. His statements that the the world in the eye. the gawping office seekers said, butit

j': President requested Daugherty's resignation I The thirties are years of discour A. Arnold Ross Joseph French, of Chelmeford, is even so; and it will be great,
Muss.:' was awarded the "When they all to
+ $100 ofTenrtf begin hammer
and it was refused, when agement. It is a hard and trying

., ' analyzed, means that Daugherty is time for all. It is a time of battle I There is an Artist: all unseen, .. by Mrs.I Rose Scott!, of Saugatuck And the air is full of yammer

cJ big enough to defy the head of the without the poetry and dream of '. Who fashions" day ,:.. Conn, for a "general) word to apply And, the great election dramaIs
J I to all persons a>fv vo'atinreMtlktion< ,: enacted hero ono mote.Whon .<
nation, that the Presidc-nt is helples youth The man that sometime yet shall be lof
;f' 1 .. .. various n ;lit-> and privileges"l"Banl the |pot begins! to cinrmer
in the matter. That' !Jhe, "mos\ un-1, 'The Out of our commcn clay. .r. ..,. I ,
| forties are the years of vision. I >ug" the !Some
was wold !
sujrgosted.; hopes begin to glimm,
kindest cut of all." .. ( r.An.r .
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when -
a man finds himself, finishes 'to Mrs. :Scott made
'0 tOe utTer for a you pick the winner
-x this[' castles in the air and knows the And the the final form divine'aasgIs . -. JI JI.6. J surd .that would l bo I huntou'm of' With the voters ,
1 "JV: Jarrl, one of the landmark* ..... fooling sore.
value of his! dreams. hidden from our eyes" ; e" "" ..
In Florida journalism; bas sold! his! "scofflawt'hilt was 801e( ted IJ.j Y <; :
Life comes to its ripening in the Tho we must bide the Artist's time ...
I I prohibition (uhoiUtCS'i' : Host The Indies: are full fledged citizens
f interests in The Kissimmee Valley on as ail
fifties. These should be the of The (coming sweet surprise.. .
e years : .4 __ j application far! who vio'ate now and are entering the campaign
t j Gazette to II. A. Neel I, formerly interested I jubilee and he should be his best .. I 1 poisons :
i the law I'hnty""n.hOl'ds with vim. What will happen in the
Herald.! Thenewspaper j
in the Sanford ""
work then We wait with faith, for well we know __, ,
-(' ''vvcie entered in the t 'home whore rcpubli. un lias democratic
T fraternity will be to ."" contest a -
sorry I At sixty, a man has committl'denoujl'h He works withwondrous skill -f ,
1 lose Mr. Harris, but The Valley Gazette .. I ---- ----- wife ? Something as follows-
mistakes To fashion from our solves f
to make him wise poorer s"The 111 .
will not lower its high II ( ROSS KKT1KKS: After| the supper dishes are done ,she
f present "
His will.
far above his juniors. lie should live angel -
I ,, standard.-Dunellon Truh. '. I ; will hook up with the New York sloe;
better and do better work than in After
' tl, x any / yours as provident of ,non and listen while the Hon. A.
Harry Neel formerly associated decade in his life. No man has a Day after day, with loving zeal, .. : the Florida Citrus Exchange Or. .1..1.H (;iosh.iwful Blowhard tells of the ruin

right to retire in the sixties the :Nor hurry nor delay, .
with the editor of the Trucker in ; X Ross will relinquish that position that impend if the wicked

i publishing the Sanford Daily Herald world has need of his wisdom. The image of Himself he carves I i tat the forthcoming! annual meeting i in are (continued in republicans and- \
i 5J has purchased the interest of W. B. Some of the best work in the worldis Out of our common
.1 11 Harris in The Kissimmee Gazette and I done in the seventies No man hasa nothing sensational about my (coming democraticsources her hubby will

,- will be the editor and manager of right to retire at any age unless retirement," Dr. Ross says "It is honk with the
Washington station
that sprightly sheet. Good luck to he wishes to die. A word of congratulation -- -----. .. --- not connected with t the flurry in ..citrus and hear up Prof.
Hoanerges Knowitalitell
'yea Harry. You are there in every to those who have reached conditions in any way. I merely feel how the Goddess of Liberty will.
and Kissimmee will realize seventy and beyond: You have that at the of
way soon age HO I am entitled to faint if the
win. 0 this
they have a booster in their midst.v .- almost finished your courSe; we trust step down in favor of a will
**Bob'Holly, in the Florida Trucker. that 'you have fought a good fight and I ; FORUM I ." youngerman. looks be like a jolly rain summer, And. besidesit
t' !
xI that there is laid up for. you a crown ;
i (05. President Coolidge: tells! the ,
Philippines of
I rlghteou nea .Robert George, I CONDITIONS IN STATE'CUN1Ci1 You

(fH'. they ri are not yet equal to the a, 5-. --- Jt .' : ,,,',' .; ., CAMP I can'tezpect'much" of, a race
, ; BETTEK that
-- 'I" '" '' ,'', I will fight about peacehplane; ,
I I. task of standing alone in fact he TEACHING KINDNESS TO : ''' ", : ? ",\s" ,;,
when it runs out: of "
thinks they may not choose their own CHILDREN Editor of The Gazette: | What we "outsiders" want to kno w- Conditions in Florida's slate convict wars

,, governorwhile at the same time a is What has camps arc somewhat improved
of the ascompaifd
In a nearby city noted for its sub- drainage I Judge J. J. Dick'nson of the seventh
Congressional Committee reports fa. j The enactment of a state law in district that with a year ago according
j j stantiability and progressiveness, one prospect was launched a circuit.
c announces that he is candidate
vorably a bill granting them that Oregon requiring that kindness to ani- frequently finds a i ign on the door 'few months ago ? Why has it l leen, )..0In inspection of the last batch of for delegate n
at largo from Florida
privilege. The President is unfortunate bats be taught in all public schools I )leading: into a hotel!, tore or office, I permitted to go: to sleep ? Why not monthly! reports turned in by the four' to the )Democratic national!

t with that Congress rarely agrees; from 15;> minutes to half an hour each :J reading, "It's: cold outside, come in.'' wake it up and push it through ?, Do divisional convict inspectors and I ho to bo held in Now York June convention

x week Is attracting nation wide atten A supply of these signs might well you know of a city or town that has elate l prison physician. It is Indi,at.c -'4.1 1 lfM.! : ]If clotted u delegate! he
< those
-, Jim Reed is personally conductinghis tion.F. be displayed along the corporationlines ever amounted, to anything without by reports, however, t that on \\ III'ot... for and support the mar..
Rivers Bamwell field worker of I first ly about <10; per cent of the work I
developing that
campaign for the Missouri delegation of Kissimmee the street paving I something of n sub- t who u'eerves the ondornoiiunt of the

to the national convention and the American Education Society, enclosed and bulkhead projects are creating stantial! nature to support it ? 1 IK might reasonably be o\po' < tcl I of /I'' )Dcnioi'iatic) primary of the slate, and

Q; I he is as bitter towards his opponents a statement from S. M. N. a condition that would indicate there anything moie important to normally healthy man is l being (done I will, u'-o hi, l hest effort. to hip
he Marrs, state! superintendent of educa- Kissimmee than its urban t>y the prisoner us a \, hul... ecure
as is against the League of Nations that there i is considerable warmlh on I surround ''the Thi'.1 nom,nation at the hands of the cane,
tion, Austin, Texas, to the schoolchildren ings ? inspectors\ attribute to ulisonco
and his opponents are not lacking tile inside; but being an outsider, it ofhe V'l1tlOn.l'lIlutkll Timesherald.Y l.

in the same degree of antagonism of Texas as follows: wouH not be in good form for me to Sanford I, known as the "City Substantial / lash, the instrument of punish --- -

towards him. Very naturally the Re I "I take )pleasure in directing your make any criticism of what is goingon I ," developed its !back country Ill''llt that was abolished last 1 year L

publicans are enjoying the sport, and attention to the fact that educa- inside of the city limits. But I can I i I first and is improving the city as a.the legihlature.

ti we do not blame them, it is about the tion in its broadest sense includes the consistently! refer to what i is not, but secondary matter. Kissimmee might OKLAHOMA -- ---

only arera) open to them now affording training of the individuals in order should be, going on immediately outside profit greatly by doing likewise.' SENATEWANTS; / :

any pleasing aspect. that good character may be the main of the city proper, and must be "OUTSIDER"Anothf'r BRYAN TO HTN

;k z I result. We cannot have !good: character before Kissimmee will ever take its The Oklahoma state
The Labor Prime Minister of Engi unless we observe the 'Golden senate recently ,
proper place among the real cities of Florida AttractionTo b adopted with one Uncle John
i land has said l to the President of Rule' and the observance of the 'Golden -: dissenting voter .
state. a
the New York Heiald. In th resolution endorsing William
't France something that sounds as Rule' "should, be made broad enough Jennings ---
The new high school building, for Herald of March 10, was an editorial I Bryan for the Democratic Of the
nom- several I
friendly as the suggestion made by l in its application to include animals problems of might
which bonds were voted last week, ia i is article entitled "Lands of Winter Sun imtion for president.
the import--you
Governor bet the Editor
I of North Carolina to the'as well as people.To knows
real necessity, and will to bea shine, which beautifully describedthe This was the first action
prove of Bo
i Governor of South Carolina, and ,the this end I wish to endorse teaching this it furrin' relations, or mighty
''i I reply the valuable asset to the entire com advantages and pleasures of nature ever taken by a legislative vvoild-court) '11
President made is in keep ) of humane treatment of animals as you find that the Editor -
? munity. The proposed street paving Florida as a residence in the winter i body, several senators said.! t knows.
with HU ,
c I r. ing the friendly disposition we a mean of instilling into minds of I verdict is righteous
St ,! have always imagined the Governor children proper regard for feeling of program, if carried through in a fair j time. You neglected, however, to The resolution referred to Bryan as an' light off the hat-the process i i-

''f of the Pine Tree state exhibited on others. If we tan have the and economical rnanner, rill serve mention the greatest pleasure of all.1 "that fearless statesman, that math easier; 'n skinnin' c cat, and he'lshow :
concep- to add to Kissimmee's attractiveness A short time since Florida i less leader of
that occasion. All of which means tion that the word 'OTHFRS includes added tits o Democracy, who has a fool president right when:

;;. 1s that England and France are warming all animal life and we will have takena I j as a delightful little city to live in,* Constitution a provision shuttingout for a generation lived continually i in he's at-for you bet the Editor

up towards each other. long step toward world peace for and some day, perhaps, a beautiful for the next twenty-five years the the white light of pitiless publicity, knows!

x the lake front will be pointed to with agonies of income and inheritance laboring unselfishly and untiringly In wide-world
.' individual who has this feeling; diplomacy he is fc
Advertising pays! So says the and will apply the 'Golden Rule' will pride but a real live city must have taxes. C. J. J'. for the great common people of peach-you see, the Editor knows,
S Coral Gables Company of Miami something more than beauty Boston, March 12. America, in particular
i not be found advocating harsh treatment as a and humanity he plugs every chasm and sews up the:
which in February sold nearly foundation. There must be in general, and
$2- on whose
something R escutcheon bn'a'h-it'll
S mss of individuals. It is the function The announcement of lion. CharlesD. plain t that tho Editor
000,000 worth of lots in the i substantial back no spot of Lk'mish'has
Miami of it. In the absence
ever knows. .
fy l .
suburb. The of schools! to make this contribution of Haines that he will not be a can (he world's appeared, lie lands with atIff'
< company recently pub manufacturing or mining in- greatest "
to education living citizen. on the that be-no
and the didate powers
lished organization for the nomination for greezerso
;;, governor
a ad.
page in which it stated tcreMs, we must look to our agricultral -
that of local societies which have for at the June primary will bo disappointing The apt or impulsive as he, and ht
February sales
newspapers which
had broken all resources. The farm and are
I their purpose the protection of animals grove to John stops when the enemy takes to b
records. It is many of this W. Martin
a tribute here for
and there
Coral Ga with live stock in between governor are not tree
and children I ,-Gol-darn it the
will contribute very able and estimable Editor knows'Aa !
gentleman. It doing
bloc as a suburb and newspaper advertising are the foundations for the may : themselves any credit by
t largely to the uplift of social condi- rural be that the politicians had per a moulder of sentiment he i i-
not considered sisting in the
as best -
medium with tions." life of all communities. We have. story that Mr. Martin supreme-and this the
which to reach the people who have these now to an extent that should I Mr.\ Haines a serious contenderfor supported Cotta against Senator knows-and the community-
the money to invest. x be I the honor, but the Times knowshe Fletcher in 1920. Mr. fight of his fancy if
Jacksonville We would not underrated. Yet there is Martin has
am sometimes
s' run for I
only a scream
governor ,-it'sproof that
Journal. was assured the support of a greatmany flatly denied it
tA. we fail to possess a platform and we ple room for many more. Many prominent and if the Jenningspapl'rII the Editor knows! He wallops the

/ Every issue of S'The Gazette has : have no religious prejudice and are I Florida homeseekers want to till the offering: his services people.! to His the purposein state his denial.were honest they would print welkin in front of the mob. . Ton

contained complimentary articles telling ,. not adept in the art of bombast and soil, not as farmers but as "truckers,"I in this high office 1this Their untruthfulness) o bring home the bacon is part of his
was entirely al point will
; of the progressive work of the bunk.-Florida Chief. and to this class every safeguard truistic. His ambition is throw suspicion on I Job, and his life if a lurid perennial
to devotehis their other
should be given. The writer i is not I arguments.-Ocala Star,
local a throb Lord bless him the
of -
p Chamber Commerce but seldom Mrs. Lois K. Mays former time and his talents and his means

: lent i i. word said about the excel and editor of the Pensacola, Journal owner, any strawberry kind; he grower tried it or once a trucker but after of to the benefit of Florida and its pee Adrian P. Jordan, the veteran and knows. .

weU" prepared by St. John's is a candidate for election : ple.-Tampa Times. 'Venerable newspaper man of Punta
., 1 as a mem- recovering from the shock of ,
(Guild: of the local an un- Gorda
Episcopal church. ber of the Democratic xPurdy' says if the Democrats
c national com prepared-for) volume of rain he decided
The eloquence and hot Philofl! nominate
t spilled at mittee. Mrs. any southern man for
Mays is well)) known and presIdent
{ 'path gathering of the boosters is all popular and she has rendered to let someone else take the Everybody in this world wants the they should nominate Senator
right and .is service chances until such time as this kind of right-of-way.. But it Fletcher. MNaEvrroR
1 enjoyed by both membe to the which comes not without The Star hasn't idea
4S party entitles any
her to
the work be done
,.nd visitors, but the bountiful lunlir honor she seeks.-Tampa Times. can under drainage and 11 the price-even though you ride that Mr. Fletcfier would accept tho
:o I 4' irrigation protection in the city'sambulance.. nomination.-r-Ocala Star. ---

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nie Simmons, Virginia Williams, Ella tonal Automobile Chamber'of. -Com O ttO o.o.oooot.,

Qulrl-,, Bennett O'Bannon, Herbert ,merce,' representing: the entire .motor
ASTROLOGICAL FORECAST Schweikart, Dick Stanley, Walton vehicle industry, and the Highway i : .. '

I Tyner, Edith Bass,. Josephine' Griffin, education board has just been released .
Ruth Straub. for distribution. The picture was
.- FOR THIRD.WEEK( IN MARClf Ninth tirade: Frances BaileyVir-! made with the advice and guidance of .

ginia Bowen, Marlon Graves, Edwin I the.bureau of public .roads, United TABNOTICE;-
Barnes I States department .agriculture.. .
-- .' Tenth Grade: Catherine- Denning, President Coolidge, who is a strong :

Don't start thIngs unltT you have ,time is less favorable to clear logical Geneva Miller. believer in the value of road improve ., '
consulted this astrological forecast: I thinking. Eleventh Grade: Mary Louise ment appears as one of the principal: : NOTICE is hereby.giventhat the, tax books,

March 20-Thursday; This Cia)"'.I I March 23-Sunday: The conditions Snodgrass, Eunice Rivers, Louise Ed. characters irf his proper role as.president of Osceola County for the 1923 will close
monson, Rebekah Miller, Katherine of the United States. year
influences l bode ill' for all concerned. ,this day Indicate gloomy forebod-

Avoid new enterprises, beginning (ings. Tho human heart needs Moseley. Taken in historic Fairfax county, promptly on April first, next, and all unpaid<
journeys, collecting: debts, soliciting: strength, courage and comforting Twelfth Grade: Elizabeth G. Mose Virginia, about twenty miles from .
advice, or lending money. Keep to ,counsel. ley, Dcna Snodgrass, Mary Stanley. Washington, the picture tells the taxes at that time will be subject to advertise-

routine duties. J March 24-Monday: This is a fa- Actual work on the physical con- story of the influence of improved
March 21-Friday: Avoid writing! Ivorable day for traveling and mak nection of the rail lines on the St. highways upon the 'oocltjj, education: ment and sale.
and seeking ing changes. There is Johns al, religious and economic phases of .
letters, signing documents, a tendency to river bridge, which connects
favors during the early hours of deceit and underhand plots on the Jacksonville and South Jacksonville lie in rural communities, and the In writing about taxes, give complete description

this day. The later hours are the part of promoters and other corpora has been started, and it is expectedthat need for skilled highway engineering
best for all purposes. Cross vibrations tions.! Delay such transactions. in a very few months the cars in bringing about the improvement.The of your property and enclose postage.

on this day arc conducive to March 25-Tuesday: The latter. of the South Jacksonville trolley line story has to do with the life ofa .

quarrels. part of this is most auspicious.! Ask will be coming across the river. This farm lad reared in an old 1 farm' To prevent your property from being assessed -

22-Saturday: A moot auspicious favors and they will be granted. Seek will mean a great deal for both cit'es home on a mud road, surrounded by

March day for all interests, creating; positions! look for promotions. Liter- concerned.! In South Jacksonville especially Tall I discouragements the handicaps, difficulties, and as UNKNOWN, furnish Tax Assessor,

inspiration, ary and artistic pursuits are under the progress of the work will attendant. upon such
enthusiasm, giving promising an cnvrironmcnt. Wm. I. Barber Kissimmee Florida
a complete
in business transactionsand kindly direction and meet with 'suc be watched with eager anticipation. '1 ,
cess. I As the result of an essay contest ,
legal documents. Tho evening March Wednesday: Executionsof In the course of a notice regardinga for a four year,scholarship prize of- description of your land, as he is required by

all descriptions are under favora- recent meeting of the First National fered through the Highway education law to assess as UNKNOWN unless this is done.
ble direction this day. It is wise to Bank of Fort Lauderdale, the Sentinel j i: board the boy, who wins the contest! ,
f Neid's Healing Baths seek counsel, good deeds will result. I says that work is soon to beginon obtains the chance for a college edu
The vibrations this day give fair the new building to be put up by''j I! cation. lie becomes a highway engineer i

recommended for rheumatism, dealings: inclines the human mind to the bank during the summer. Tho end is privileged to bring' C. L. BANDYTAX
eczema, and all kinds of skin prudence and noble thoughts. new building is to be constructed on'' about such changes in the condition
diseases. Also for stomach Andrews avenue, and will be commodious I of the road of his home communitythat I
and tniner- \ and hand omeThe Sentinel even the most skeptical COLLECTORi
i trouble- For bath HONOR ROLL FOR SIXTH MONTH opponents
tells that the growth of the business are brought to a realization' of
al water for drinking purposes! I
St. of this excellent financial institution! the truth of the maxim which forms
Wave order at 614 Patrick First Grade Tommie Craig, How-
has been highly satisfactory the moral of the picture that "we
or phone 208.! ard Tyner, Ben llankins! Murry Hirt- pay ,
zel for improved roads whether we have <0- q
I Bernice Rogers, Charles Bronson, Lcspedza is a land improver. them
not, and less
CHARLES NOD Owner Leon Patrick or we pay if we _
Billie Sullivan, Blake
have them than I -
if we have not. i - -
Johnston, Bryon Parker, Douglas "ROAD TO HAPPINESS.:' '
KISSIH IEE. FLORIDA Cook The film is distributed, by the Ford without other charge than the cost of I National Automobile Chamber of
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< Over the I'o to'fire I..Virginia Hall, Kli/abeth Hunter, Anna 23,000
9OFFICE HOURS: h :.Mole Lula May :Mole: Frances
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44044404040404044444Qh : Stratton, Rodney Sharp, Isaac Rinal- Present the utmost in fine cars '
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? ATTORNEY AT LAW ; Second" Grade; : Eunice Phillips are 23,000 of us build great opportunity for economies and All Studebaker models arc

< State Bank Building 4a Lucile Durrance, Betsy May, Nellie THERE cars. Most of savings.We equipped with Timken bearings.
: KISSIMMKI; +' ..UIti1).1040000004A0040000004: I Lee Yates, Jean Heath, :Mabel Mclaughlin partners in the busi- have a $10,000,000 body plant There are few cars in America, re-

OoO'OMO QOOQQ ; Ordia Bass, Carl Bowen. ness. Thousands of us are stockholders. to maintain the Studebaker standardof gardless of price, which equal ours .1

I Wilburn Johns, Re'tie Padgett, Jas.Roget All of us, after a certain time coach work. There sons, fathers on this point. In our Light-Six, for
*, Kelly Roberts! Clay Steffee, get dividends on wages. and Timken bear
o. F. KIUDDS W J. STET) (0 grandfathers are working together instance we put more
A Sanford Smith, Mary Fenner, Melvin AU of us, after two years, get vacations to build such bodies as Stude- ings than are used in any competitivecar
I KRIBBS & STEED Fcnner, Margaret Richardson, Lessie with pay. All of us, after one baker always built. within $1,500 of its price.
Attorney and Counselors at Law 4O Johnson Leona Hanscll, Martha year, get,dividends on After Those bodies finished
wages. are by many
We unusual On
give equipment. .
Kisfilmmec, Florida Glenn O'Bannon Inez EffiVBeecher.
e General Practice in all State and < ,' Brownie, Carter Padgett, Blanche, ", ''"",.'{,J\:, ':',,'. ,.five years, that annual dividend adds operations, including IS coats. of some Big-Six models' for instance,
40400U0400400440400b0 10% to our earnings.The and varnish.
0 United State Courts. paint include
we two nickel-plated bumpers -
Cotter, Ruth Fergus, Robert Joiner,
--'--- I Boulah Ware. company spends vast sums The open bodies are upholsteredin one or two'extra disc wheels
44004404004404440444 Butler on co-operative work with cord tiresa courtesy
Third Grade; : Katherine ,
e> I I-ATJOHNSTON .: 1'1)UIO'I'1' < Edna Floyd, ;Mary Tut en, Rosalie with us. When we retire light, a motometer, steel
Johnston & Garrett % (";nr. Hilda Ifa'nsefl I. Edna AI yn we get pensions.So trunk, etc.How. I

% ATTOT-LAW.rh."FI ..:if .*:- Margaret I Trunk, Mali u'.* Porter, Studebaker cars See how Studebaker we do this
.> (Clyde Kobeits Millie :Stratton, Harry represent the best that
Osceola Hank "
10, 11 and gained top place
Building! ,:.1 I Watson, I.polen MiCullough, Thomas we, in combination, know We give you these extra -
.> KISSI.MMI>I:. I I.I.IBII> \ x Hightmill'Vinift',1 I'i'o\s! , Floannn how to offer you. values through quari- ?,
.' .} :.0 145,167 people last year paid $201,000,000for We
(0 'r4ri4040fi4fi } ; Bun,usvK, llildeKrade. Chapman Ruth *< tity production. '.'
errrrr040040vdrr404rrrrfi444- - -- -- -- --}4: .)- I D yoreo, Verna Durrance" Doris Some of us belong to Studebaker cars. build 150,000 cars per '

(0 ti ,t: Huglioy, Doiothea.. Ht'lk* I Katr, Opal) management. If we do The sales; have almost trebled in the past year more than any

.*. II. CLAY STANFORD( .*;. ,;' Ro .'nhnum, Ka'.lieivn Snit, RuthStoiiensoi better than expected, we three years. Studebaker growth in fine cars other fine-car builder. I
*r: lli\l.: EST,\TK.- - ''HI-\TAI.S:: | | KJwin 1'iousiHaymond I get 10% of the excess. is the marvel of this industry.Go divided Our large that expenses are
<. AXISStH.Xl'J'\ : : : *; '''Sharpe'(', Hazel /Hall. So every man amongus by
the See the of extra
see reasons.
ff Over Bank of Osceola County :> I i Fourth (Grade; : Floyd Austin, Jack does his best to make output. '
> KISSIMMKE, FLORIDA values Studebaker offers. We do it by building '
I i i44440400VO40404044444 'Ba-.i, lJl'witt Beciher] Leroy Burroughs Studebaker cars supreme.
+04-s- i I' ] Fh'mingBrook", Sallie! Par- There are 13 models. Prices start at $1025. our own bodies, our own,
.:-4004444040rr0044{.440-}: }::::; TollieElizlIlth parts. Thus we save out
(01' her, Willie Blanche Berry, Our fine backing They go to the highest price a fine car needsto side; profits.

f ELLIS F. DAVIS :%: Ito tilUlnl, Deyoreo, Hannah Lois Behind us is an hon- cost. We do it because we i
D.miot, Ted( Hirt/ell Virginia
4 ATTORNEY:onice, LAW ('.1,,' \liJ'il\J11: Hull, Ro.-nlie! Hilton ored name. For 72 years Don't buy a car for years to come without have up-to-date pfants,

(0 0 Rank or Oarculo) fount HulMliiB\ %y. ('IHI a ..I"hnol1.farvl'l: King, Christ! Studebaker has been the knowing how Studebaker gained its amazing with all forms of. modern
4ell ( b..racer i I *ln.I..1 't.. leader in quality and equipment.
<. I'rBrllirf > Lnigcnt, , Annie Lee X"llInleJoand'r: 'popularity.
< . KISSJM\I" I';. ... -FUIt11,1. '. Mole I Paul McKinnie, Ix>rena Phillips class.We V; *
-= +-:- :..: of The results these
I Juliu Sigler, Ixnnder Smith, have $90,000,000 are :
4ippp000404 40440.W4040}(0 rr i Emory Tyner Agnes Vernon, GeorgeSteflVo assets. We have 50000. Beauty, quality and t
+ 000 in model We have real leather. The closed bodies in such maker surpass.
LUCILE JOHNSON I :: Cecil Buss, J. B. Bronson! plants. 12,500 luxury as no can fi
+ .- <' ,, Norns! Hall Harry Johnson, John up-to-date machines. So Studebakercars Chase Mohair. That is made from Prices far below the usual. Our
< JUSTICE: OF THE I'ECF. I Muller, C. J. Nelson, Erwin Puch, are built by modern and efficient the silky fleece of Angora goats. Light-Sixbuilt by ordinary methods
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER::'/ i methods. We for those and
I Hubert !Smith; Garland McAllister! pay extras would sell for from $200 to $400

** STATE CLAIMS BANK HANDLED BUILDING cal, 11. J. Nave, Rene Ledbetter, Howard We have an engineering depart- others-out of savings. Building our more. Our Big-Six can be comparedonly l
OO O'OOO OOOOO OOOO Watson Dorothy Zeiglor;! Alvena ment which costs $500,000 yearly. own bodies saves you on some types with the highest-priced cars in y

H-? I'Yates, Dorothy Meyers, Newby Craig, That to maintain and develop Stude- up to $300 per car. the world. ;:

o I Oliver Bowen. baker standards.We We never stint Here are 13 models from $1,025 to \

: M. TILLER ?: | Fifth Grade: Hazel Miller, Rodney subject Studebaker cars to The rule here is to give the ..utmostin $2,685. Each of them offers scoresof

t Real-Estate Agency : ,, Carr, Hampton Bowen Mary Frances 30,000 inspections. That requires every part and detail. advantages over any comparable '
_____ + '' Smith, Bessie Quirk Ruth Yates, 1,200 men. All told over 70,000 ma- We have 35 formulas for steel. car. They offer such values that the
FIRE LIFE. AND ACCIDENT:' 4'* Leslio Joiner, Violet :McAllister, chine and hand operations are per- Each has been demonstrated best for trend toward Studebakers has be- ;

** INDEMNITY INSURANCE BONDS i| Frances May, Elizabeth Bass, Mildred formed in manufacture of a Stude- its purpose. On some of these steelswe come overwhelming. j

w4s Carr, May Lang, Annie Ruth baker car. In so many operations, pay 15% premium to get the for- Go analyze the reasons before you
.o.o. .000 HH H -I II I Rogers Juanita Hall, Morris Lee though each one is small, there is a mulas exact. buy a quality car.

Yowell, Guy Watson, Walter Roberts,
I Cecil Roberts, Cecil Gresham, Allen
P. A. VANS AGNEW Davis, Annie Lee Bass Gladys Right- LIGHT-SIX SPECIAL-SIX BIG-SIX

mire, Paul Milar, Bill O'Bryon, Ab
ATTORNET-AT-LA W H. P. 7-Pass. 126-in.W. B. 60 H. P.
5-Pass. 112-in.W. B. 40 II. P. 5-Pass. 119-in.W. B. 50

OFFICES Tuten. Bass Louisa Touring $104S Touring . . $1425 Touring . __ $1750 t
Florida Doris
Winter Park. Sixth Grade '
: Billie Roadster (3-Pass.) 1025 Roadster 2Pass.) . 1400 Speedster (5-Pasc.) OJ . 1835
--- Muller, Arthur Snodgrass, Coupe-Roadster (2-Pass.) . 1195 Coupe (5-Pass.) ., 1895 Coupe ($oP.a...) . OJ '' 2495
Robert Mach, Harry Dale, . . 1395
KISSIMMEE PLUMBING: William Smith, Lang, William Prather, Tom Coupe Sedan.(S-Pass.. .) . . . 1485 Sedan . . 1985 Sedan . 2685

Dell Floyd Bass, Bertha Miller, Virginia ,
SHOP Barber, Agnes Ordas, Mabel (All pric.. f. o. b. factory. T.rm* to HIM*TOUr ooar nJ.0o..) r

Fansler. Richard Hilton, Oliver Car- . s
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Nothing Too Big son, John Play Willie Bauknight. : '

Nothing Too Small Seventh Grade: Geneva Bowen, 4"i KISSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY "1 "-t.?

Hilda Crow, Ethel Jones, Christine 45TH
Phillips Jack Bas, Arthur Fowler, Kissimmee, Florida

All Work Guaranteed Cary Simmons,. Della Fleming MH- '4I .-
'TO','Bet Satfafactory 'dred,Llghtsey.. Bettie May Snider
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.,f ;' .,' .'" .-" Ellu.beth Stffe;,-Hazel ,W rd. E 'WO RL'D 'SrL=RCEST PR'ObuCEROF'XQ'U.AIdTY' : AUTM0"BILES

T .L'143," -' ,.&t Eighth.._ i..r._ Grader>-..:"-A"hy" Hazel*y.-".,*"*"8'Hlrtrel'*. "._,T7-: ,* -800.1. :.yxn td" 7t s :y .,.r a, c 3'a N..t=aJPN as' tr/a/ + )v.n A" %Jt, w .rGt.. kaa a ,, '. .w4efa Jew ;+.?'S j?(at 9 t +J .t" wf9"s b rJfe s' tffl*fWIf > k '

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:.j, , have; no friends to reward and no I NOTICE OF SPRCIAC MASTERS-

Somebody discovers\ with horror Baby Peggy Goes Over Big enemies to punish. If elected I will In the Circuit Court for the Sve5.

hat large sums of money aro spent be glad to discuss/ with you before teenlh. Judicial Circuit of Florida, III''

This Week I aking caro of insane aliens. That In Her First Feature PictureIt's i action is taken. by the City Commissioners and Haroh for A.Osceola Cohoon.County.Complainant In Chanctr versus* .

being the case aliens should be kept : *,.any matters that arc about U. U. Funk and Maude M. Funk his
: I to be.acted, upon) and your views will wife Heapondenta Foreclosure or
out say for ones. ; txj given due consideration. M ortisgo. Notice of Masters
What about the thousands of mil- Notloe Is hereby. given by the under.
I' to ,,'atch.the child! lly! slKned Hpeclal Master, horetofore
l ions of dollars that aliens not insane astonishing the amount of asks a stranger PAT JOHNSTON.( pointed to carry out the terms ap.ef

while she hurried away for her money ___ Final Decree entered on the 18th
the dar
the wealth of the be around
have aIded] to drama that can woven ; f October 120. that

I United States? What about the fact l life of a little child logical drama ; The stranger carried the little FOR STATE SENATE'f. nf said Final Decree pursuant, I shall to the of.
ar for sale and sell at
into the steer- public
hat t they should build practcully all that has a deep, human interest appeal girl aboard the ship To th Voters of the 18th. Senatorial for caSh In hand to the, highest outcry bid,'
other age. The gates .are closed to the District: 4 cr. the Interest. of said Tteapondent
the most of the roads
railroads, more astounding it is to find a .
; who arrives too late to rescue After due consideration; I have decided a appeared at the date
and that they contribute at least; 60 child whose personality can be mould nurse of the mortgage forecloSed In the
; the 'child. to become a candidate for reelection abo.tyled cause, to-wlt: May
By Arthur Bfllbfl per. cent of the building of all house d .perfectly into intensely dramatic Is a' memberof n to,the State Senate' from the 1SK or any time thereafter In the
: ?' Decent},' that count? The stranger! following described property located
_ _ es situations.' Itith\ Senatorial District composed of I In Osceola Oounty. Florida
\ diamond :
of international' smugglers The
x is almost gang Orange Seminole and Osceola CounRespectful Northeast quarter Peggy Montgomery I
? LABOR IS POWER. Baby \\ho becomes greatly attachedto ties subject to the Democratic Prl Southwest. quarter (f WI")1; theEast'
l literally storm tossed' through many I half (KH) of the Northwest. quarter
her. mary to be held Punc 3rd. (N W 4 of the.
: : [ LOCAL.Richard I reels of drama in. her "first Universal- lie conceals the diamond 3n' the l 1 respecfully solicit your support (14\\4) : the Fractional Southwest quarter

THE 19 POUND BABY. J44PPELVI2VG4 productipn, /'The Darling of I' M. O. OVERSTREET. quarter ravtS> of the Northeast qu.r.
I stuffing of the child's doll an I ei'capcsconviction -r (NE'I! the South two-thirds
THAT POOR CA LII'. New York" which opens Monday although he is rrc6ted'I FOR COMMISSIONER ti".2-a) of the West half (WW) of the
., matinee and night at the Casino Houtheaat quarter .flE%) of the Sout .
1; the authorities when the boat docksin east qusrter 8KV.). all In Section
Ramsay Macdonald, managing cautIOUSlY : theater. So carefully has' the baby York. I hereby announc. my candidacy NI..eI). Township Twenty-five >'
that New for re-election as member' of the South of llange Thirty (III) EAsll
the Labor government Ecklcs of 418 Church star been handled throughout the of A Li4(): Iieglnnlns afa point
The little girl Is taken by a pair School Ttoard, from District No. 2, Sixty (CO|
Ynrda West of '
Empire Northeast
manages the British ; street has sold his home and has returned picture that there Is never a momentin the diamond smuggler's: pals. HIT (Shingle and Campbell) subject to nf the Northwest Quarter
I troubles with his most radical follow to his former home In Montrose i the play when the interest lags. is obnoxious to the! roughneck the wishes of the people in the forthcoming the Southwest 'quarter (S\V'4) or Sea.
presence lion Nine ers. Macdonald sensibly wants to Michigan.s. Attention is always centered on herr lender of the ,crooks. lie' takcs June primary. n (8) Mouth of Township Range Thirty (lit

I ..complete the great irrigation system \,. o her rag doll which has such an important J. O. LANIER.. Hast SAId from thence run North Thir
learns of -
before he
the chill away, ty (10) Uegraea East to the
; in the Sudan, to help, cotton growers Cecil Prentis who is employed'athe significance in the unfoldment the hidden diamonds. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1-ake East Tohopekallra. thence margin In of a

increase crops and general welfare. Ford sales and service station en of 'the story. Southeasterly direction alongsaid
There i Is plenty of comedy to bal margin to a point due North of a point
; ': Radical" labor man say private individuals Broadway has purchased the home 'The reflects the experiences I wish to announce to the voting Forty (40) rods East of said Northeast.

'own the cotton'field's., and of Richard Eckles at 418 Church story ance the drama and the entire pictureis public mv candidacy for the office of corner of said Northwest quarter
of 'four old of (NW '4) of Southwest .
I a year baby girl .Ital filled with entertainment. A sensational quarter (8W iU.
of Precinct' No.
: they don't believe in doing anything street and has taken possession. County : thence South to the South line of Lot
I ian and American parentage. The fire scene is Introduced as 7. I :will greatly appreciate your sup: Two (2). thence West along said Soutn

i for private "property. Miss Marie Jones of Pinedale has child is i Introduced as the daughterof the anti-climax to the play, which Is port in the June primary. tslnlng line to Seven the point(7) of beginning con
The irrigation on which gigantic ANDERSON. acrs. more or less.
returned from a few days visit with an American woman whoIs, dying well handled. ALSO: Hglnnlnar at center of Section
1 urns have already .been spent millions Nine (f) running thence North
i mother entrusted her about
\ her Mr. and Mrs. n Italy. King Baggot and Raymond L. Three Hundred
: of pounds, would give employ : parents, Arthurn FOR TAX ASSESSOR and Thirty (UO) Yards
Tones at Apopka. Mr a with the care of her child. requesting Schrock .wrote the storand Baggot to Lake thence returning; to point .,
ment in the Sudan, and guarantee a that the be taken to I I hereby announce myself as a can- beginning and run thence West abowt
baby directed Twe ,Hundred
; : Ford automobile salesman for the the filming. and Twenty flU Yards..
4 cotton supply to England. But that didate for the office of Tax Assessor thence North about Two
her grandfather In .America. and
1 i makes no difference to "radicals." Apopka sales agency. The entire cast is excellent, with of Osceola county subject to the vote Twenty. (*20) Tarda to Lake thence la

Dramatic menace is immediatelywoven the following players in addition to of the people in the June primary. an Baaterly direction along the meander.
line of the said Lake to
The a point where
Bank of Osceoa County was into the story for at the dock the baby star\ Sheldon' Lewis, Gladys Your support will) be appreciatext the line first In flits deaerlrtloldraw...
Sometimes reaching out too far IsII one of the first business institutions JAMES} W. ,MILLER. intereeetai with the meander line ef
the nurse discovers that she has for. Brock well. rat lIartl an. Jack Quinn : 'I the Lake. .
dangerous. People have fallen out of contslnlng about Twelve and
'to take advantage of the new advertising gotten her money. The boat sails in L Carl Stockdalp William H. Turner I a half <|2U> acrea of the end of
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windows doing The telegraph and Lot Numbered Two
so. service' furnished free to its! (t) In Section
few minutes. Frantically the nurse Francisco and -Max Davidson. .
a Betty Nine (U. Township Twenty-fly
:II: i telephone company does pretty well o patrons by The Gazette and the neat -- |: Legal Advertisements i South of flange Thirty (20) East.(2I>
1 for it stockholders and itself with AaJd .ai. to occur on the Tth day
? advertisement on page 12 of this Issue See S. Kallenbaugh at Gazette of. !|I hereby announce thyself for Shft'; ApriL A. D. 124. to-wit: on the Rule ef

,1 jts firm monopoly of communication is the result. The officers of thU fice. tf 'of Osceola County. If Sidney J. Catts . ... 46. 4. .... .4OITIIEN'4 I I Day sal in. April between the leral hour.

by wire on the surface of the earth., bank firmly beLieve in doing their is nominated for Governor Thee of house door at the In front Kissimmee.door of Florida.the (Court
I That ought to be enough. The im., full share in enabling this paper to WANTED. wants to be Sheriff' if not Thou wilst Is i hereby Riven that the annual 124.Hated this 1st "so'Pt. <{:*'im T'.
resign. Thee hasnt no time to prowl MILT .
nic-etlng of th. stockholders ofSouthern
I ; portant patents on radio are dead or grow and prosper and their patronageis WANTKD-Will pay g-OOd price for around the County begging, pleading Utilities Company will be" 12-it Special Master In Chancery.IK .

:I. dying. And the bitterest -enemy of deeply appreciated by The Gazette. Asparagus riumosus Fern MtC4. old at the )(tIe of (ha Company
persuading and Jieing as other
Write for .Information. Leslie "I' op- :
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Klvslninifi' OnceoU County, FlorIda
.J single tax will admit that the peopleshould .. TMH CIHCTIT fOI'NT HKVEMrtCKNTH !
Waite. A Opk.'la. IS-Str to votes. Thee makes no -
ponents get
i>n Tuedduy. March 2ich. II1t. at I: '
j I own the air. The kiddies of-Kissimmee will have t WANTED t.otnfld promises-for the benefit of wojld- u..I.. noun for the election, of directors ..LUR.\I] AMJ FUN WCCKOLA OK
motor I
--- an opportunity of seeing winsome boat. must be In good condition row S.*r i be hypocrite; Thee Refers to lion. for the enwiliiK year and for th I 4'UINTY.

,. -*. I Housewives for miles arotmd flock; Baby Peggy in "The Darling of New I fctone or. write. Hotrl.Lewis Klsslmme12tre li. Culhoun Ora)'- I o' Thomas! W. Hardwick. Former Covert iriiiisat-tluii$ may com i any l t.tor.un.l' the all met/ huainesa tint. 1(K.'. f.Mosher.hippie.widow. Complainant f:. F. Turner vs. LId and

M. to Ogden burg, N. J., to see Mrs. York" next Monday afternoon all! j ; nor of Georgia, Atlanta: Ga.. lion. i! New York N. V.. .hVhruary Zd. 1\1:4 Mabel Turner hi. wife.,* Robert War-
'I. T.V MoKFAT. InK and Isabel
\'tANTCD-To buy large quantity of I Congressman W. W. Larson Ihiblin, I.V.rl"K, Ills-wife L.
William Henion's "little boy Manager Jordan is putting t>n a special i I milk. Sanitary Hairy I filii Mainstreet. Ga., Hon. H. C. Hammond Augusta !S-2t N'r..tltry I III. McCarey sod Hasi-1 Ah'<<.:are)'. hi.

1 1T 1r.t just born and weighing nineteen I matinee for the school childrenon . 2-tfo: Ga.. and Hon. R. N. Hardemann, In Circuit fourt for th.. 17th Judicial.Circuit .jwlfe.1'Orange XV.and 11. \Vvod Trust Company uninsrrlttd.. a Hank Florida of

1m pounds. Such a baby is interesting that date. Just' clip the coupon in \TANTKIJ-To buy Heooml-linnd. Kl for (Oiiwul CountPat Johimtiin *t." ;, unmarried. Lillian Hay Uruua and C.
I but you ask yourself Why does Prov the advertisement of the Casino Valiry& : KIddy. Kip. 11-tf ar- copy of thy platform can be obtained I |i U. I*, iurrvlt. rn-partnrra doing l>u.l- \\'. Bru.... her liuoband Respondents.

\ idence send a nineteen-POUND babyto Iheatre in this issueof The Gazette at nil filling: stations. Drug Stores and !>..!.. iiixli-r the nrm name Mini M 5'Ic of K.HK:<.....". U UoTIIt
Post Offices in said JohiiHtoii A. Ounett.. plaintiff", t* > IIK 'M INTKH'S\ ) HALt
1 I a human mother weighing 130 I an.J take it and ton cents and secure WANTED-7200 Salespeople now county .Frank Vlllwork 'ticket I MAKE DIG MONEY selling Watkins -I Yours Respectively IJosE'ph I...lIt IItion of l'Iu' It. Th* Htat <>f and by \lrlue of a final decree. rendered
I 4 pounds and a nineteenrOUNCE babyto your to this matinee which Alexandra Lee Glaze, Kl.irlda' t., "'rank1I1'o..k.. Cleveland.Ohio I. herein on the Stilt day of June A.

I a female bear weighing 300 will show Baby Peggy in her first big nationally advertised household Kenansvcille Fla. and to all whom It inny concern- It. lZt. by the. Honorable. O. \'. IAn.
k I Notice In liert-lty ttiven that a milt In drew. Judof. the Circuit Court of
J ; pounds? There's a good reason of feature picture. j products.. YOU CAN TOO. Attachment wan on the glut day of Florida In Cliano-ry.. In a ......tal.. .
Established FOR SHERIFF: February. A. I' 1824. Instituted. In the -
1868. Resources $i5- muse therein wherrln C. 1 \\'hlppl.w. *
t course but who can understand it,? -- above. mated Court. saId cause belnv; ... "".....I..hant and LI da 12. Mosher,
CARD OF THANKSWe : I OOO. OO. Branches all over U. S. To the voters of Osceola County: entitled an shove set forth. The act<1 widow C. I... Turner sOd Mabel Turner

l II. G. Wells tells school teachers desire to thank our good: friendfor and Canada. Rare CHANCE JUST I[ shall be a candidate for Sheriff to prank, cult embrace Vlllwock./ the In Interest the followlnir of tlie said dnI IA.Ii4s Waring wife, ItobertVsrlnc his wife, L. H. and McCareyanJ.IsabelU!

-"shy he calls them their many acts of Kindness durIng NOW for City Sales dealers men succeed myself in the June PrImary I i nrrlbcd property, located In Oflceola llssel &tc<'.r..)., hi. wife. W. H. Woo.u.mtried. .!:
't retiring souls
I thank for ( : BegIn I at point i 44 .
you your support in the a llsnk of orange and Trust
the nk'rt.:
At -"to buck up be ..arrogant and tak illness and death of our beloved or women full or part time in city putt and 1 shall .oti Sand feet : and 11 VS.* feet Went of Iii 0 Company a Florida thinking corpora
mother Mrs. C. B. Wood. Such of Kissimmee and elsewhere. Write appreciate your Southeast>> corner of the Northeastquarter U.n.V.. A. era..runmarrl..s.. Llllla:
hold of the world. 'as iltance in the future.
fi ? of the Southeast quarter of Kay Uruns andV.: ; llruns lier .fcui _
:1 lie says teachers alone can improve loving kindness .was a gleam of sun. today for out practical sure- MONEYMAKING L. FARMER.. I Section' 16. Township 2ft Houth. llaniraC band were respondents I. Uardner
: teast and run thence North to a un-der.llCn..1.
,I )Ife. shine Tn the time of our sorrow; PLAN. 3. R. Watkins point 100.6 North and hherman the special mas.ter -
That's true, and that is what t I I feet In compliance with Uie
1. have been Mr. and .Mrs. ,Walter L. !Marter. Co., Dept. 98, Memphis, Term. I herebyannounce myself a t'andidat.1 west of the Southeast. corner of theNortbesst r.I .:.n-tyih said final docres.;!
they doing ever since .I for the office of Sheriff of OaS quarter of said Section' 15: will on the 7th day of April. A. I,
a teaching began. U-2tl ceola'county. subject .to the action thence. South SI degrees' 45 mtnuteoWest IKK. between the legal hour. of sale.
.' t.. 178 feet the
to of '
NOTICE rlirht-of-way In
,: \ _ISM If,;teachers, from! Socrates.VArisi ,. ', '.. I WANTED-Two motornorthrAngoing the democratic\ primary to be held oFt I the Atlantic coast Line. Kallroad (..onlp., H0ue In of Klvslmmee the entry.. Osceola of the Count Cour.
ffIn1asseJ; the Florida Legislature p8 June ..If, elected I 'will do 'my best ; w. alonn FloHda. offer: and for sale and
t t1e..andIPlato.theXyoung'lwom I ;\ in i ::rljr"tcf: expose
,r:; : !!, to northern Mich. inftrte/vthe laws ''in this of the AtlanticCvnxt will .ell to the. highest and best
thati!|teachers Jyo'uri>>littlel boyjTn\the i an act requiring.that, nil propi! *. :; county.r.k Railroad Company to a far rash the following described real
be gan and will I abouUMayVirst Your'voU'fand support will be due West
01' erty isted with ,the, assessor Jfor appre-t point the point of heirln and persons to-wlti. '
I properly
publi&}schOOl.'hadn't|::taken |hold fofthe'world" taxation;*and'unless such 'property I is D D !.lYi !f t; x clatcd &wJUt' 1>ft-lii""v nlnic: thenre );Mst to 205 the point of b..*. Ixtts Numbered coo (I), two: (I). .
: .YOUNG.TINDALL Klnnlnir.i'containing\ acrr'a. .;more thrrn(9)and\fnur.(4): of ,
civilization listed ( Illockt
'wouldl1'tI.. each year, the assessor is required ;! N' or'leas. )'ou are hereby cul..nd.'tto huadr.d'and'sizty-on.. t Int.. >";
where it is now. to enter all property not so FOR RENT b<* and appear In the aborit entitled to the. flat of the(1'1)Town. accordIng of<< Ki
listed FOR.SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRA cause on' tbe 6th day of May. A. I..
as UNKNOWN. While this Cloud. Bled In the office of the Clerk t-f
1't.Vltn. .
law has been on the books for FOR RENT-Two apartments con- TION. the Honorable C. o.Andrews the circuit Court In and for OsvoOla
years as Judge of the .bov.'oflrt
To understand what the drop in the it was not generally enforced until taming bedroom and kitchen. Rea ,-- and my name aft Clerk:: < thereof on this Couaty.Together Florida. and, recorded..

French franc means to Frenchmen, during the past two years, when a sonable.. J. E. Treat 509 Msbhett: We are authorized announce th aname the 29lh day of February.' A. to. 1124.J. flxturvs as per with the th.Inventory furniture stated ana
of II.
imagine the United States winning case was decided by our Supreme ,Street. 13tfFOR Bratton as a candidate OVBHSTRKKT and attached. to the original mortcacf
a for the Clerk of the above Court.
; I office of Supervisor of recorded In .
Registration k Mortgage Hook
Court which laid Circuit Q.
down the Court
: war,. and then finding ,its dollars that the RENT-Part or nil of f-room subject to the action of the JOHNSTON & OAnnETT.Heal I %40, of the Tublla Itecorda of Usceolk.
assessors must list .
property house. 215 c.'uunty.'Iorld...
worth less than 20 cents apiece with Main street. Furnished democratic primary. Klsalmmee Florida. 12-lAt I
as UNKNOWN where |I
the owner or or .unfurnished. 11-tfo I I UAItDNKR IHIEn fA .
bread at 50 cents a loaf eggs $4 a agent of any property falls to make KpeclsI. Master, In Chancery.
dozen etc.Kamel a return for taxation each year.WM.I. FOR RENT-Desirable fur FOR COUNTY-- JUDGE DtCKII Solicitors' A for UUYKIl Compiqinant.HOTI(1 { . 1I.-E:
nished apartment with all I am a'candidate nomination to S. T. Thacker purchaser of Tax Cer
Pasha new boss of Turkey County Assessor the office of County Judge of Osceola tinrate No. 1549. dated the, 2nd 4. Osceola County Florida. modern conveniences in County Florida July. A. P. 117. and Tax Certiorate( : OF HPK4l4 MASTER'S .
'and the Mohammedan tries Office at subject to the wish No. 95) :! HA Lit}
world Courthouse. 13-4t dated the 41th day of Ju,. .. ,1\
Gazette es of the Democratic voters : In the Circuit Court for the Sever-
I Building. Applyat on June 1) 121 has filed said certificates In
experiments almost : .
as radical as our leenlh Judicial. ,
the 3rd, 1924 office. and has made application for Circuit of Florida. I:
prohibition. He will end the caliphate this office. If nominated and elected I tax deed to Issue in accordance with and for Oscenls. Vounty. In Clisocer'Jessie '

doing away with tho of the myself to administer the pledge law. Halil. certificates embrace the tot V. II. Complainant, VII. M
powers duties of the lowing, described situated I In llojer.\\ Respondents. Foreclosure -
all-powerful religious head supposed %;il FOR RENT-Six-room bungalow on L office fairly .and impartially to .the Osceola County. pror..rIY. : of Mortgage. Notice of Master'Kale <
best Lots 1. 2. and 4 to S Nolie. Is hereby given by. th-
of Inclusive and
to brick street. Attractive mv a ility. r have friends .
forsteady no
represent: Mohammed, and inherit price to ; Ix.t 10 Illock c. of Woodall A Hoyles und..r..IKn..dIp..elal, Mar oeretofor*
k his authority.The renter. Also want to rent 'especiallv serve and no enemies to Hub-dlvlalnn of otaSJ.. ... C7 and till appointed 10 carry out the term of
punish. With more than twenty yearnexperience' of ". I* I. Company's Addition to Final l>ecree entered on the lUth 1a:
Caliph Prince Abdul Medjid my home for summer. Both mod in the general practice 'of Kissimmee City, In Tax Certificate N'I. of February. A. U.a1Z4FI1t pursnair;
to the
I 1259 and R. loG tt. of N. 140 ft. of terms of Decree.. <
Effendi will be driven out, and not I ern. F. B. Dow 7 :Vine street. x law I think should justify me in Shock 24. Patrick Addition to KIsslmmec I. shall offer for sale and sell at publh

allowed to take the of claiming to have the qualifications: to city. In Tax Certificate No. outcry. for cash In hand to the highest
treasure the
\ bidder the Interest Maid
FOUND hold the office. In.The of Respondents
caliphate with him. ___ I will said land being assessed at the. aa said interest. appeared. at
: appeciate the vote and sup date of Issuance of aald i In the date of the. mortgage for..clo..1. IY-
That is as serious a Itep- to :Mo FOUND-A gold pin. Owner can port of all the the the above
FOR SALE voters and if anything name of Unknown and Mra. Dora .trl"d cause to-wlt *$*(-
hammedans as it would be to Catho- have same by calling at 15 Brack should pevent my seeing all of them be Summera. Unless said certificates. shall temher. In(the In. or any time thereafter
redeemed following dcacrlbed '
lics if Mussolini were to drive out the FOR SALE. 25 Banana piants. .lady flng.r'variety. street describing property and personally during the campaign I. deed. will Issue according thereon on to the law, 2tH tax erty In paceola County. Florida.prot'Vii ,;
Pope and seize the each.V. 11- Harris. paying for this advertisemenet. please he ajvured that it is not due day of March. A. U.124. All of Lot Forty seven (47) of the
property of the x to indifference :J. U OVEHRTHEKT. Florida I Land A Improvement Company's
t SECOND HAND any or that I will not
Vatiran. GOODS bought sold Addition. I
Clerk Circuit to the Town of Klsslm-
; and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf FOR TRADE fully appreciate your vote and in. 12-St Osceola County.Court.Florida. ..'..- Cllv. O"t'.I" "'nun'- ..' ....,......-

FOR fluence. Respectfully, I AUtO-Kaatn-i f nr-th Northeast
The harem of the Caliph is in des- I" Apply 8ALB at-the Fine office residence property.. MILTON PLEDGER. NOTICR.. OK LIQUIDATION. qusrter of Section t.r.' Township 2C
of The Valley TO TRADE-New 5-room TO' THB CHKDITOH8 AND STOCKHOLDKHB : South of Range 2t )...t. except. the
pair, and the Oaiette, Kissimmee. *-tf of following HegTn
Caliph's eunuchs have th. Merchant. Farmen at the Northeast corner
refused food for three. FOR SAI..J-Llttl. Homemee bungalow on 70x120 cor- FOR COUNTY. COMMISSIONER Hank of Kissimmee. Florida. and of said Northeast quarter. and rut
days. That In
Kissim -- all whom It may concern NOTICE ID thence South ISO yards; thence West

probably won't help the Caliph. The on Flndlay, "000. First house block on from the MabbettVlH rleht- ner lot, on paved street in Henry O. Partin announces his can-* &HpHKIiy Farmers GIVEN Hank that the Merchants 440 thence yards East; thence S20 North 70 yards

question is, What effect will this radicalism den. ..v.nuej..ty of .fruit gar best residence section of didacy to succeed himself a* County ..slmmee, FlorId*. Is of In Klaalmmee.the process KIs-of 60 yards; yards j; thence 110 yards North:

have Kemal ! house 1 porches Commissioner from Precinct No. .7, liquidation and that therefore all cred thence North 220 yards; thence. Baft
on ,
Pasha and his good screened repair. sleeping Terms Tf; desired.porch all In Sanford for subject to the wishes of the voters in itors having or claiming to have bills 220 yards to the place of beginning. U
modern wife in the knickerbockers? Might the accounts or claim against said Bank acres more or less.. Said sale to occuron
take forthcoming
And how much did Kemali Russian part Longwood pay balance Fla. cash.13-4t property. Furniture if de .. Primary. are said hereby Bank for notified present This same the hh to wit the: orf Tth the day Rule of Day April.In April.A. D. 1(24 between to. -

Bolshevist friends have to do with FOR sired. H. A. Neel Gazette CITY COMMISSIONER day of February. A. I>. 1.24. I the legal. hours of sale,' at the front
SALE-Household furniture. MERCHANTS A FARMRHS BANK of door of the Courthouse In Klsslmmo-,
kicking out the Caliph?.. Call 116 South Beaumont avenue. Office. I take this method of Kissimmee, Klsalmmee Florida.- Florida -
notifying the By L.I&FENN. .t.d this 1st drty of March. A. U
: I 14-t3x ---, voters of Kissimmee that I am a can- A.. 'Ita C""r- 1114. JOHN S. CADEL.
I,, The J. I. Case Company that makes MISCELLANEOUS! didate for re-election to the office of JOHNSTON A GAnnETT 12-Ct Special.Master In Chancery.

threshing machines and other things I, FOR SALE Thoroughbred Park TUB TAMPA T1U8INES3 City Commissioner and ask their vote Kissimmee., Florida. 9-l tKLECTIOW .

fop armers. skipped a >dividend _and' Strain Plymouth eggs $1.60 per Tsmpa. Florida] will start COLtEOr3 five and support. NOTICB OF*SPECIAL MASTER'*

the stock 'dropped with an unpleasant setting of 15. No business done on Shorthand months' courses and Touch In Famous Twpewrltlng rtregg Ai S. GILBERT. Under. and PROCLAMATION by virtue 'Of the power In the Circuit saLle of the Seven

: thud last week. Thing of that sort Sunday. Patrick street, 1 mile Bookkeepingand Accounting Telegraph SUPERVISOR OF vested hereby In announce us. we, proclaim the underslarned. do teenth. Judicial Circuit of Florida<< la
and R. R. REGISTRATIONI and declare and for Oaceola
p Agency March I Count In ,
/ Chancery
may cause financial "best minds" to J beyond city limits. A. H. Starr. and 10. Finest training by expert City that' Hall an election In will be held at the Masrdalen .A.. Evans widow Com

;:i interest themselves in the poor farm 11-tf you teacher come? .Positions. secured. Will re-election hereby announce to the my candidacy for Florida, during the the City legal of hour Klsalmmee.of votIng plainant...esponderit.. vs.. Foreclosure 3. W Miller. Jr., et. al.

.: '*' ,er. What happens to HIM: isn't so FOR SALE-Best rental property in of Registration office of Supervisor 1924,on for the the-nth day of March, A. D. Notice of Master Sal.. Notloe of Mortgage.I* here
subject purpose of
Important in the realm of high finance St. Cloud. Is renting for 12 per cent of the June Primary.. to the action City Commissioner of the City electing of Kis a by Wa.t..r given. heretofore by the undersigned appointed to Special carry.

''But what happens to STOCKS is of price asked. 75 per cent of purchase I POLITICAL 'ANNOUNCEMENTS I Ir WALTER C. BASS. simmee tinning; on to the serve first for Tuesday three years tn. April.b..- 'out the terms of Final Decre..ent.re4

An.. ?aithfi. ltn day of D
t most .important._ price can remain on mortgage Tuesday IU4.In and endIng. on the first that pursuant to the terms. ef
for five TO TilE VOTERS. OF KISSIMMEE April.A. D. 2927. to fill a said Final! D.cree. I shall offer for .*!.
years; interest at 6 percent FOR SHERIFF : vacancy to be caused bjr the expiration and sell at
of the term of outcry for cash
""Can a man succeed after forty" Extra commission. All At the solicitation of my friends I I hereby announce myself as a can- on. of the City office Commissioners.of A. W Gilbert And as est hand.of to skid the highest bidder. the- Inter

Real success i la usually made after .' brokers. )I. W. Peckham, Box 87, have decided to enter the race torIherift'.of didate for the office of City Commis we and"do H! hereby O. Vana. appoint Agnew John McPhatter est appeared Respondents at the date as of said the Inter,nortgage ;,
; and II. N
forty. You can't Judge modern by St Cloud, Florida. x Osceola county subject$ to sioner, to be voted on at, the .city ton a. Inspectors and Sam L. Lupfer Brat- foreclosed In the above style
Alexander the results of the Democratic primary. election to be held March ;S9th,1924. Jr. as Clerk to conduct said election, time caves. to.wlt: April Sat Kit or any
Napoleon, Pitt Keats /N. thereafter. In the followingde
such FOR SALB-Ollver typewriter, near If elected I pledge myself to use my Any support you can give me will be hereunder set WHEREOF. W. have scribed property located. In Ososola
prodigies. It our hand
takes thirty yean ly new at beat endeavor enforce: all the laws. greatly appreciated.. of the a. City Cornmi.siorers County.. Florida. vll"The'' Northeast
4 bargain. Box 212 Kinsimmee City of Klsalmmee
4 BOW to, get the start of .an education, Florida.. I solicit the support of the voters of In becoming a candidate I am not and caused the seal of said City to be quarter Township of Section Fourteen (14). In
forty to half lt2tx Oaceola county. J. M. doing so at the' hereunder afttxed. attested by the City Twenty-fire (II), South of
an education eighty 'of my M.nar.. ?.. day of : ? Vr. Twenty..nine (l') -Eaat.: blL'
I February
to St. Cloud, Florida. f. .ends but because I believe I be D. 1124. ?.occur on. the fth day of
get a fairly good education. You FOR SALE-Ford Skeeter in good ;\ ,II. of service, to the city. I can I lLay'or-Commlceion.l.A. S. GILBERT.Attesti A, D. ,1 24. to-wlt: on the Rule Day l In''

J'4 ate hardly ready for real,work[ 'mechanical' assure you B. n. April. between the legal hoar of .al*< 1
condition DOrORTEN
until : : 2 ;new.'cord FOR SHERIFF that if elected I will use best G. W.PERSON8 at *h... front *
x,. forty..; tire*. ,Price 65.00 for, 6. _ forts to".e.' that ray ef-I I City'Managr City Commta.lon.,.." In Kissimmee of the' ..Courtbous..
: t f f J-.f"J:'J quick, M!*. Subject to the city gets n. ).(. KATZ, Florida.

.. _ ."" .. -!' r. .' : '.!>,'\1".t'J' -: ::;""--' ...:I.. '. c "1'1. '_.,primary.. "June..,:... .3rd.._ -,.,-Thee value.for, )1.- .;.every., Uar.J: it-spends, j..,o,/a.alo, (,',.City of,KUsslmmeejT 1..lone. I 1124 Dated., thie- lit ELLtS day of...Mareh nAP1B.ATh\ : ..!1T( ,.

4 '. .... ...--'W'... < _i .l > ,, : ,>," .: ,,. ,- '.... ; .,' '" '. "r...'. '--::.":"_' I. ,',.. .. ,,, ..' o- .,., t'n.n:,'" ,'"'11-1&:''''''':;'.r '"''89"lal'f' ;" __ Master'. _,... ln'QaacIr7.- "> ,.:.'d

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Piano Solo, Maq Wlnn; Reading,. Vivian this kind, to come with us each Sunday Here's A Fish Story < guests>of Mr. jmd Mrs. If. A.. Neel '
Floyd; Violin Solo, Madge Rivera; morning at 9:45: and share in Sunday. RIIEBA CRAWFORD TO

c1t Vocal Solo, Mrs. Hornsby; Reading the benefits which we receive. ; ' ..And'Snake Story,Too They were en route to Tampa,

(( 1 Gussle Winn; orchestra.: MISSIONARY SOCIETY HOLD I. where they expect to sell 'a Linotypeto SPEAK. IN ORLANDO

AND ITS- TRUE, BECAUSE MRS. one of the larger job.printing con-

-Mrs... Celeste' J. Fripp, Editor SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS Monday afternoon about thirty- FOR IT Mr. Bolts is on .his annual tour of The ; famous girl evangelist, and
Miss Estclle Persons five ladies of the Methodist church
Phone 306 entertainedher the state as.. he makes the trip about nationally known "Angel of Broad'.
school met at the home of Mrs. W. B. Harris
Sunday dAIS at Methodist
opce a year and it is noticeable that way, is going to speak at Phillips
THE CLUB WOMAN'S CREEDBy Bungalow last Friday night. After to. hold their usual l monthly literaryand Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gautschi, of he choses winter time to visit Florida Theatre In Orlando this coming Sunday -

many games and contests were en social. Mrs. Richard was tho Cambridge Ohio will have something and it must be that he does this M"fclM3, in the afternoon at
( Mary Stewart) joyed by all refreshments leader for the afternoon and gave to tell their friends when
were serv they returnto
0 God from pettiness; let to get a dose of Florida sunshine. 3:30, and in the evening at .7:30.
Keep us, ed. the in pleasing and
program a appealing their Northern home that's out of
o us be large' In thought, in word, George Keller doesn't ,need any assistance Miss Crawf/rd's subjects will be
in deed.. Those present were: Misses ,Anne manner. Subject: "New Spiritof the ordinary, to ray the least. This in selling Linotypes, as he I The! Alabaster Box" and "Some Day

Let erldblovenof, with the fault finding Shockley, Frances Bailey, Helen Gor. Understanding of Race Relations." i athe story as Mrs. Gautschi tells itt: has this state cinched for that ma- I I'm Going to Murder the Butler." Be-

udf-sccking. dy, Athalia Griffin ,Louise May, An impromptu talk on the Superannuate Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. chine. cause of her popularity the tourist 0

May we other pretence and without meet Cristcl Fielding, Willa AWred Virginia Campaign 'was given by Mrs. Gautschi went out to Fish Lake to tent in which she held a nine weeks"successful
face to ,
elf-pity each and without perjudiec. ; Sigler Mary Louise, Snodgrass, M. A. Clark. Mrs W., Rogers and 'spend' the night on a camping trip, BAND CONCERT; ANNOUNCEMENT campaign at St. Peters

May we never be hasty in judgingand Geneva Robcrson and Messrs. John Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan read papers on and next day secured a boat to try burg, could not accommodate the'

always generous. Wines 'Rudolph Walker Arthur Bullock the subject of "Racial Relations.' their luck fishing Mrs. Gnutschi crowds; so she was forced to' engage
It us take time for all things; makeus Park Doughten Alcee Champagne The Harris home was decoratedwith caught two bream about seven, inchesin U J. Burrows, ectot of the Kiss: the Plaza theatre which held 3,000

'grow calm: and 'serene and Joe Tucker and Allen Wines.( a profusion' pink roses and a length, which her husband secured stmmec band, announces there will worshippers, .

gentle. into action s.lrlt.of): hospitality prevailed BO that to the side of the boat with a tuout I be no evening concert next Thursday
Teach ter us impulses to put, straightforward and 'MRS. MINICK ENTERTAINSMrs. all were made to feel most welcome. cord, allowing them to trail through)evening, March 27, as the band will Quality shows in Il leproof silk

unafraid. R. G. Minick entertained three The hostess for the afternoon, as- the water. Fishing was not very ego to St. Petersburg to take part in hose. |1 to '3. Me uley' Shoe
rant; that we may realize that it is tables of players last Friday night in ssiUng Mrs. Harris were: Mrll. M.M. good and the two bream comprised' the activities Of the American Legion Moro *
the little things that create difference honor of her sister, Mrs. Jack Savage. Miller and Mrs. J. L. Overtired. the catch for the afternoon. convention being held in that city on

; that in the, big things A.deck of cards was awarded to Mrs. Mrs. L, H. Ingram: assisted! in serving Upon their return to camp in the March 27, 28 and 29. II Mr. and Mrs. D. B. 'Thompson of

And we we are may one.strive, to touch and know Harry Mectch for high score. The punch. During the social hour a evening: they left the fish at tho.boat, St. Petersburg were guests for the'
the great common heart of us all. guest prize, a handsome box of stationery ; fruit saad) ,' cake and punch,' was and after supper 'Mr. Gautschi went PROMINENT CONNECTICUTMAN past week of their sister and brother,

And 0 Lord, let us not forget to be was presented to Mrs.! Sav served. All felt that It 'wan a pleas to get them. It was dark by this. JS,VISITOR HERE Dr. and Mrs. Haynes Brinson.

kind._ age. Delicious refreshments of fruit ant and profitable afternoon. time and the catch seemed' .

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cason of Win- salad sandwiches and coffee were ; : heavy but he hauled it up to camp, 'l Dr. W. E. Rice, of Stanford, Conn., When you think" of SHOES, think

Park, were weekend guests at served. DRAMAPLAYERSNINTH ; and called for a light which disclosed arrived In' Kissimmee :yesterday from _shoes.better'styles and better prices
ter PRODUCTION I St. Petersburg where he had been of McC ULTrs Shoe Store. Better
the W. B. Makinson home. Those enjoying the hospitality of that a water moccasin six 'feet In, ,
Mrs. Minick were: Mesdames Jack length had swallowed the fish. The spending a few days. Dr.' Rice is a Come see. *

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stanford and Savage, Harry Meetoh; Robert An- snake was killed and left at the camp regular winter visitor to Florida' and
daughter, Miss Margaret were Daytona : gas; Misses Violet Bullock, Margaret WILL PRESENT 4-ACT CO EDY. as evidence of the truth of this story, always stops for a time in Kissim- Man Alive! Come in and get meatfi

Beach visitors; Sunday. Stanford Lama Autrey, and Mary DRAMA, "AN AMERICAN which is' vouched for by Mrs. Gaut. mee where he enjoys., the pleasures ured for that new Spring Suit $25.00.

Tiller; and'Messrs. Robert Angas. Al- GIRL"As schi. afforded here. lIe is one of the most Any kind, any style. Better values
Miss Carolyn Walker who is attending I of Stanford the in hosiery shirts,' hats and under.
bert' Geiger, Bob Green of Sanford. --r- prominent men high
the Florida State College, is and Zet Roeur. 7 I Tennessee Couple school of that place being named in wear. McCAULEY'S SHOE ,STORE
the announced: date, Wednesday ,
this week at home with her
upending honor of him he'also' being' connect.
March 20, drawl'near, the next Here ; Mrs. Walter Newberry-cpent a few
Mr. and Mrs. Walker. ., I Buys Property
parents, DORCAS CLASS ed with .the largo enterprises of that
appearance of the Drtma-Players, days with Mr.: and Mrs. W. II. Jonesof
The"Dorcas Class" of the First! | city and section. While in KissimmeeDr.
J.' ;L. Over-street and daughter; .this! time under auspices of the Worn- G. O. Gammon of Briston, Tenn.,\ Pinedale this week upon her return .
Baptist church, were entertained at l\ Rice is the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Ellanor and Alta Ruth Misses Carolyn' -, .ni&n's Club looms forth as a crownIng after spending about three months in frond _Miami, where* she spenta
the home of their president Mrs. t R. G. Minick. .
Fripp and Delia lydhetter mo :, event, destined to; completely Florida looking around for a suitable ; few weeks with her son. Mrs. New-
Edwards '
Mary Monday ,
Sunday afternoon. on outshine all previous efforts of tho has 'returned to her home at
tored to Frostproof. March 17. home, came -to Kissimmce yesterdayand : NOTICE TO REPUBLICANS berry .
II I I homo talent organization under Trip. Lewiston, Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rohrer of Orr, The colors preen, white and cold.. left direction. the first place he saw suited him I l Parties wishing to: vote the Republican .
and Mr. an1 'Mr*. J. .:'1. were used in the house decorations, so well that he said it was i just the
villa, Ohio 1 The vcVflo, a famous four-aet society ticket must call on their rcgis. Mrs. E. Benedict from Wisconsin! ,
that he had been looking' for,t
William of Granville, Ohio called at and the ice cream and cake course, play, entitled "An AmericanGirl place .ration officer\ and register as such. who is wintering In' Florida,,likes it
I This tho D. Win-
the home of ,C. H. Funk and wife which was served by the hos'es I ," with a remarkably successful and bought it. was J. B. CARLIN, so well she has purchased a borne at

Friday morning._ v::1(i'potato During dressing the evening contest a was,novel held.Irish and New York' production to its credit; 'terton the cemetery home with road 10 north acres of of land Klasim-on Chairman of the Republican party..St.' Cloud. ,,,

Miss! Ellen Walter of Columbus, '' Mrs. Roy Stroupt was presented with! I i affords wonderful opportunity for the mee and (in a very attractive place.Mr. .

Ohio visited here last .week.; She was blossoming plant ns a reward for playeri: ; a very unusual feature being Gammon' has been in the mercantile ii I
so pleased with Kianimmee that she her skill. I''I the fact that while the play is typically business for a number of years

taught two lots in Magnolia Park,!,I All supreme present agreed' that this event American tho reenesof; the last and has decided to retire and enjoy I
her ..sinter.Mesirs. I three acts arc laid in England and welcomes him and .
thr for life. Kissimmec
?nd .jprsorveJ -c was "another of our good time," and ., '
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I Scotland, whero "Twister, American himherC'
:Mrs Gammon who will Icon join -
Frank' Morrow, ,Byron ''we most cordially invite any whare whirlwind, .a charming role of ,' Tho made through '
'onncetedith purchase was
Ix tt Tollor. and Misses! Ruth not ( any other clasp ofCASINO. dash and vivacity to which Miss Dot -
Ames > I I Mr. Greiner, of the Strout Farm .- I :
',', Miller Effio! Johnacn and Mrs. Ray !I I Makinson h i admirably suited and Agency.: \
Mac, motored from Lnujrhman Jnst) "Col.) Ross Boltor," the American

Friday evening and attended tho hustler-Mr. Triplctt:-joyously tear '} GEORGE. HERE '

dance at Japanese'Garden. i A I O through the staid customs of English MOWHHK BB f- li ;
1 social life fully accomplishing their Fred Bolts manager for the Mergcnthaler -

Mrs. Frank Nye and 'Mrs. B. M. every desire, though by unique and Linotype Company's Southern .-

.. Tedder will be hostess for the Christian I unuu.l'mothod.), while as "Jasmine," agency, with headquarters at
Church Ladies Aid Society at .a :, FLORIDA I New Orleans accompanied by George
the Amorican girl. Lucy Lupfer
March 25 3:30p. I I Orlando who' has charge of
silver tea Tuesday Keller or .
enjoys by far the greatest 'part of
m. ,Everybody. is cordially)invited The Ninth Appearance of her career with the Drama-Playcre the state for the same company,were .
to attend. Bring fancy work and!
-TilE- and one in which the' promises surprisingly -

spend. a.pleasant afternoon., I great strength' and finish
: ,,; ', ..1.11'. and r, Mrs.- S. .T. Fanalcr and. leaving her in the end firmly enthroned ; ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL' i(
y : t.j;:{i ;'ul'hter, Mabel,' of Shingle Creek, as mistress of beautiful Jasmine's HOME ,
D n p PLnYERSI I Finished Main Street'SEEL
.. I il mm mother mild mannered Just on
I i1 t. :;,: .nd1Mr.w! ( .Granvcre and son, Grover., a
iMondover,'. Will;;picnicked Sunday, sweet tempered old lady of silvery 0- j

with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Funk. It 1 is locks, will introduce Miss Gussie PAINTER, AND DECORATOR -
quite a' treat for people who live in Win to the acting cast of the players 311 Main Street y I y

the north to picnic in I the sunny south AUSPICES OF THE and an excellent account of herself ,

while their friends are shivering ,with may be assured, Mrs. Triplett as Your Garden Best
cold. WOMAN'S CLUB "Lady Derwcnt" will appear in a

difficult rolo differing widely 'from r
Mrs. Tom Prior gave a St. Patrick's IBHW her 'earlier portrayals.The ; RID HENS OF LICE .
[ Vegetables, sun-ripened on your plants and vines and ,
dance at her homo in Ix>ugh- remained, of the male cast
: MRRCH H 28 6 6IN : gathered just a few minutes before cooking, are vastly more
man Tuesday night The music for each and every one' fitting splendidly )MITES VERMIN (also premises) in delicious, wholesome and. healthful than the best you can
the dance was furnished by Mrs. NIGHT into tho requirements of the program, TEN DAYS with "IT.UOES.IT"'Llce buy.

Gardner's orchestra. Delicious refreshments includes Messrs. Albert Sutton as Tablets.. Best on Earth. Guaranteedby

in accordance with St.,, THE PHENOMENALLY SUCCESSFUL "Sampson Craft" another preserving !\I(rs. 1T-DOES-IT" Remedies But the quality of your seed is vitally important tQ your I

Patrick's Day, were enjoyed by all 4.ACT SOCIETY character,. Bill Smith as "Sir John Co,-\Moultrie, Gs Sold Locally' by garden's success. Plant nothing but the best seed. Makiirion8 -
at the end'of the evening. Miss Sarah I Balfour gentleman, Cecil ;
COM ED\'.DR.UU an English : ( Seeds are tried and proven and every packet Is'a'guarantee
Bell of Kissimmee attended ihu I Prentis as "Philip DeVon,? a CASH FEED CO. to successful gardening. ,

dance young artist Walter: Bass as "James," PHONE 12
RECEPTION FOR- UK} PPIEBH BE I'"Oui-Oui-Sir" and Sydney M. RIChard .

TilE NEW FAMILY as "Mr.\ Duly Appointed," the GET FRESH NEW ;

officer. .
After the meeting of the OF WM. TRIPLETT
Auxilia9, the regular ladies of the Episcopal DIRECTION Music will be supplied by a splendid TIGHT COUGHS SEEDS THIS WEEK

Guild to bid farewell THE MOST SATISFYING PLAY orchestra under the direction of The hard chunks pf phlegm that clog
gave a reception OF TODAY U. J. Burrows, with brilliant between- your throat and none when you have
to Rev. New and family. After act-specialties by the "Home', Male a tight cough make your breathing{ difficult .
and throat hard to neat
'the refreshments served your
... were a Quartette, and others. Raise the i.hlerm by the quick easy
.. beautiful*gold cross was presented to An advertisement- in this issue sup- and safe way. Take: Leonardos Cough I W. B. MAKINSON CO.
I Rev. New by the Guild as a token of Love, Honor, Intrigue, Syrup! (Creosoted). This pleasant
plies further details. cough remedy relieves, soothes and !
appreciation for the good work he has RomanceOf the air
heals It U antiseptic opens
done since his stay in Kissimmee. Mrs. E. L. Grosh of Bowen, HI., is passages, cut the phlegm and protectsthe Near Depot Phone 123 f

Rev. New and his family will be Absorbing Interest. the guest of her sister, Mrs. Anna remedy liiDK for cold Beit,,coughs safest grippe and ,surest brorteliitlH -

greatly missed by everyone whom Some Thrills, a. Touch of Vale. \ whooping cough and croup. lion
the sate sld-get a bottle todayfrom
has bad the pleasure) of knowing
them. Pat I h'-o s and Abundant WOOD! WOOD WOOD! your druggiat. '

" Laughing Material 1 am still prepared to furnish my .

SLUMBER,PA Ty .ostomers with 120 veneer bloen- .,, It....- ..-lilt .......t" .......t__ .. -tal -ra
AT THE 'REEVES HOME 15-inch, delivered for $3.16; 12-inch ; .
Miss helene Reeves gave a dance CLEAT AND WHOLESOME blocks, |2.95. Split for stove-wood, 1 '
rum..antoed full strand; 15-inch for BASEBALLAT
And slumber party at her home last GORGEOUSLY COSTUMED BASEBALL
$3.35 12-inch .for $3.15. Get your
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Saturday night. The boys were Invited winter's supply now. All delivered. .
in time for supper, after which BUUJlfUl'! ,SPECIAL SCENERY[ [ Phone 91. J. Bon in. 48-tf, CHICAGq'WHITE SOX
dancing 'was enjoyed until a - -- WINTER HAVEN American LeagueBASEBALL

.hour.the Then girls the to boys slumber.departed, leaving fUll CONCERT[ ONESiRI THE BEST WAY WILL PL.t'Y

. Those present at the ,,party were: Under Direction of U. J. Burrows March 21 . . . ..'. . . . . . NEW YORK GIANTS Nat'tCiampions} .
Misses Ina Fay Athalia Griffin, Car- TO GET'YOURmONfRYSICJANS
22 . '. . . . Cincinnati Reds
roll )Makinson. Julia Ledbetter and March ,. . . ". ;

Eva Reeves. The supper guests were: have prescribed March 24 . . .'. . . . . ... .,. Boston Braves .

Messrs. Albert Cotton. David Brun- BETWEEN THE ACTS for 30 of March .25 . . . . .,. . ... . . ST.. LOUIS CARDINALS ., r .; .

Ion, Buster Hanklns Arthur; Bullock, The Home Male Quartetteand that of it its was supply.readily March 28. . ;., . ... . ... Philadelphia 1 Nationals 1 ' fi': '

and Lambert Campbell. absorbed, did not irritate the stomach .
other specialistsUSUAL and quickly toned and strength-, Games Called at 330PM.: "
RECEPTION FOR cned the system. At your drug- .
THE TOURISTSA gist's, in both liquid and tablets. -. H __ _, "

reception: was given at the Christian PRICES Free Trial TaLleb.f.c': o': Don't fail to see the following Major League STARS in action;, Home Run

church by' its members to the Reserved Seats 75c for vain* of C OV Trial* r:=of n Tablot., writ.todar Bead KELLY FRITSCHYOUNG HORNSBY- ROUCH CY 'WIL

tourists last Friday night The following p. cnnou BMmoT_jiut Ham. and LIAMS .=; :EDDIE COLLINS -- WM. CAMM RAY SCHALK and Win- '-
carried' oat*aft- Balcony'S 50c ,+..3.Brviuobaclt Co..S Warm 8U N.Y.
"which'. program delicious'punch was and ,cakes '25c ter' Haven's beautiful new ball grounds,.'"Finest: in the:South," says Evers,
Children 'Gude'sPptMain; "
were'served: Walsh. and Chance. .

Orchestra. GENERAL ADMISSION $1.00 ,
Reading Margaret:Stanford; Piano TICKETS :NOW ON SALE AT VJ 1' /

Solo, Edith ,Miller; Reading; Carroll TRESS, NEWS STAND AND BY o Tonic and B1DDdEnric/urn _S& _ Ak_ Jl '&.. A. A A. _. I A. A. ..
.Makinson! Orchestra;-!' Roll Call, :i4.Iiunt.Eea siLi-r. ) .
4m ,.Mr*..IL N. Makinson;, SPECIAL'u1GEPIT. $' "' K.. -' .. ..

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II: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, MARCH 20, 1924 NUMBER 26 Steel Body $490 .1" :

M ---, Truck I I't'L t', ,

Editor _.._..!___.... Park Doughten SOPHOMORE NOTES Mr. Bowen, reading: "The soft. I t <
Assistant Editor...___Eleanor Rosen I eyed deer and the gentle-eyed cow-" w b..o.trMe I
the last two weeks the students t
REPORTERSNinth Christine: "All cows are not gen .. _
Grade -____.._____Joe Tucker of the sophomore English class have tle-eyed especially gentleman-cows;
Tenth Grade ____Katherine Dennine ;I
been showing their orating abilities
: I've had experioncel"Class ,rt; '"
Eleventh Grade__ Louise Edminson
Twelfth Grade________Madge Rivera I I for we are in the midst of special 7 "

Music Dept.___-_-__?__Eunice Rivera study of formal debating. Many interesting Stoned c H .
discussions have been held Freshman-Emerald (Because they
Sea-going men are generally .trustworthy ..
and many propositions have been are so green)
\ men. They inspire confidence. proved to be either true or false. We Sophomore Diamond ( Because
They seem! to know what they arc '
feel like we are regular congressmenand they think they are so bright.) 4 Tj '
about. One feels safe in their pres-
( l congresswomen) now, or at Juriiors--Grind Stone. I II" It
ence. They have developed caution
least you may be assured we shall Seniors-Tomb Stone.
and judgment. But, shall we not remember
all feel that way before we. are
that "A smooth sea never Mr. Bowen a' the beginning/: of -
made a skillful I mariner?" So on through. class-"We were Just talking about I

sea, so on ]land. So in life. Don't expect FRESHMAN :NOTES of why class we yesterday.W. stopped growin. > at the end

to become an able man, a useful
man, a worl h-while man or wom- Poor Freshman! After<< taking two .I J. Conners of Okeechobee City

an if you never set !sail on any but tests in History, one in Algebra, and and Palm Beach, who has gained -
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smooth seas. Storms are life's great one in English we are about done tional fame for his political and industrial t

teachers. They are the creators of for. We"think Miss Wyckoff had "I I leadership in the north, and

eturdiness. They build courage and grudge against us; at any rate she I for his great engineering projectthe : An All-Purpoao Truck At A Remarkable PriceThe

teach us how to use it. Life's worthy certainly has been giving us plenty Conners Highway in Florida, 1
harbors are won through storms. to do in History.The I I' which: highway costing millions; of new Ford all-steel body nd cab mounted on the famous Ford I .

Freshman must be pretty good dollars, connects West Palm Beach One-Ton Truck chassis provide a complete. all-purpo.e haulage unit I I'

: SENIOR NOTESAs Fingers or pretty good at paying their I rand the hitherto inaccessible Okee- at the remarkably low price of $490.

the bond election for the new debts, because all but one have paid chobee City, has for a considerable Built of heavy sheet Meet!, strongly re-lnJorced this staunch truck U I

for their singing lessons. period of time been making -careful ':. designed. to withstand severe usage in a wide rang of Industrie
school building was to be held l last t
beforeall The entire number of officers in the study of the possibilities of grape Generous loading space, lour 'feet by seven feet two inches, permit
Saturday on Friday afternoon, "- 1... of load. and is also made for
of the students from the first debating club are either Freshmen or culture on the rich hammock lands : handling capacity provision

grade to .the twelfth, took part in a Juniors with the exception of one, which he owns near the latter city; ; mounting of canopy top or screen sides.

parade for the purpose of boostingthe which happens to be Milton Graham, with a result that Mr. Conners is 1... Experienced driven appreciate the weather-proof feature of tfa* .

election. It is the heartfelt wish who is pergeant-at-armi. We got planting as large anacreage to grapesas steel cab which is fitted with removable door-opening curtain**

ahead of the evens there. can be made ready this year, and .
of every student to have a new school :,
has indicated his intentions of plant r '! .
building, with a suitably equipped : 6
Be sure and see our home play, ing much larger vineyards next sea l .- ;;
I laboratory and other facilities
"Clarence," tomorrow night (Friday) son. s- .. 'trai'l Detroit, Michigan :'
of a modern high school. The ,. ,
It has a well chosen cast and as it is I""'.'''" eye '- .
is also here which could .
opportunity> assisted by the high school teachers, "Park equipment to arrive soon," + : See the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer i
be used to give( the school that mostappreciatf.d 'y .;;: .; \
will the West Citizen the reference
you are sure to like it. There says Key ,, ;
of gifts-a gymnasium
also be several specialties between being to the ornamental stand- '
Though we seniors of '24 will" not be .'
acts, which are sure to be pleasing. I hards to bo used in lighting the park ... H
"t .
here to enjoy the conveniences of the ;
The Junior class an a whole has more brilliantly. It is also noted that
building nevertheless like to
new ,
worked 1 hard to make this play a success I!I the commissioner have given a
know that those who take our placeswill '
and the cat has responded thought to the children, and some ."..' '
have that privilege. The bonds I f..!
splendidly lo the necessity of making I equipment has been secured l which h
were, voted and we are now |
upon going '"
the play ep i-uccess. Wo are pure that ; will be used and enjoyed by the_little
to have school. This
n new high
has been our dream for/ yeari. you will enjoy it nnd i\e will" expect 'I folk Bayview Park is to be made rw-c CARS TRUCKS TRACTORSThe

'you to lie Ilt the Auditorium at 8:00: most attractive, and will no doul.t} be
Hurrah for the New" High School'Carriage '; !
I'o'clock tomorrow night. Please don't more largely used and! appreciated by

of the municipal lion'ling/: disappoint usMr home folks and visitors.

issue of $25,000 in the recent election ---_. I -
: Bowen : "Men have had certain The Clearwater] Sun recently printed -- .
is (causing La Hello to receive many
expressions of felicitations from its parts of their brain removes!, and it ) a five-column picture vhowini, how : official figures for the Kclnu- '

doesn't affect them in the leust." the new Scranton Arcade will appear ary building is issued by the building
neighbors over South Florida. The J- Tb.. <<:>>
vote was approximately I 5 to 1. Just Irene: "I don't doubt it. Some meet alien completed. The architect's inspector of Lakeland, Guy Arendell, XO.pSC:> X1

as quickly as the bond money is available !I can afford to lose their whole brain: [drawing suggests: something unique show a total of fifty permits, amounting '!
'': they don't l'.t'rl1Il' it and mot attractive. It is also large to $94,075.: The largest permit : licensed
4 the city will commence its ex- : I Star and Funeral Director
-- enough to the idea Chapelon ,
penditure in additional Improvements.Miss I suggest that was fur an apartment house at $14-
ud"lr- W.-1 1 like "whispering"on Clearwater is growing rnpidly and 000. I .. .
A Sinttr _
---- I S"" "' "", Sinirf I. R..J.r.JSt.ware
Bass: Who was Ei! Whitney the 'Edison: best. the business section needs to grow Avtnut \ All fmlrfmm AI.

Clyde II.: Bootlegger who invented Helen G.-"I like "HoM r-f the ''fast to keep up with the rapidly in- Paris green powder dusted on the Ki..imm. .
"sofa" better. leaves L High Grade Ambulasce-SeniicJ at Cat!
cotton gin. I creasing population. of cabbage or other succulent :
1 plants which l t'onvt'nicntI'I Offlc., IU PHONES RlcI.nee: 11
,._ - -- -------- - are placed
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will number about 14 each 25 by 32 However, I have no objection ta: any

NEW ACADEMY feet. The ,second 'floor will: also contain abutting property owner paying 50 Seed testing is cheap insurance. ._--- --A\ - -
the sister dormitories, general cent of this
per expense. The streetswe Better be safe than sorry; plant, good
and private. reception rooms, office of have in the city have been paved sed. GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS
AND COLLEGE AT the reverend mother,' study;'and :cis- under the city bearing'its proportionate .w.x. BRING RESULTS ,'. .

ten and pupils Infirmatary. share and the property owners ..-------------- ----' _. -----,--- 4-. ;:_-_ _-_.- --1-- --. '- .. - -.-..-- t

The third floor of the building will that have :yet to pave paying fieir: ..

CORAL GABLESMIAMI contain 'J.r sislers dormitories, two I' proportionate share. Therefore I :

general dormitories with 30 beds think it is only but fair that those

each, with Mstcis' stations or rooms who now have the benefit of the pav.

Fla., March IP.-Con; truc- between, and a Ibtary 4H by Jifi feet !; ing should assist those who have to

tion of the first unit of the $250,000 which will be featured by an extra pave.I ,__,

Young Women'H (College and Acade- high ctilmg. also !believe that I the sanitary conditions -

my of the :Sisters of St. Joseph will Architect DeGatnio prepared the of the town !should b- improve

be begun shortly in the new Country plan, wilh the assurance that their -'
: ai Club section of ("orul dallies, according I college in Coral Gables, were of the owners to keep their premises I

to adn.fiei.ini'1' I Ijv George, E.I H<)t -<'tiin of Spanish'; architecture on clean of growth or refuse that II

Merrick: from the Order at St. Au 'ill sids! which Ins, been ore of th- n breeding: place for WilllJl'1 I

gustine. .. !point they had demandedalien necking I nm also in favor of sue ng

The ; a site last ""1\011. tli.j streets in Kissimiru'c I -
site of educational group ofbuildings are properly I
The announcement brings the total giade.l and all
on Seville avenue was purchased I the drains ill the
by the Sisters! of St. Joseph 1 of new buildings planned in the Country city properly opened up and after being

in January of last) year and at that Club section up to three, Mr. :Mer opened, that they are kept open.I h ____ ? t _-..Jrr

time it was understood that construction : rick having previously announced the believe that the electricity used _
new $1,20,000; hotrl, and the S250- for J the
would start almost immediately.This lighting: streets should be
tentative program was not Q.OO Country Club and a 18-holf golf paid for by general taxation and:! that

I adopted l because of :Mr. :Merrick's decision cour>e. II the users should not be required to
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to withhold the opening of that pay the greater part thereof as they
section of Coral Gables until this sea are now doing.In .
son. Several weeks ago a delegationof regard to the city employees I

sisters visited Coral Gables and should expect them to give: the same
have !been asked to tate my position *
inspected the site, and arrangements service to the city that they would be
in regard to certain matters _
were perfected then for the beginning interest to the city required to give to an individual. -

of construction work. I should also expect any materials
: As to my position on the bulkhead
1 The Order was established in St. matter: I am in favor of the city bought for the city to be bought on

' Augustine in 1866 and is one of the bulkheading all of the lake front. the open market for the lowest price J I

best known Catholic religious orders However, I am not in favor of them obtainable. ,
in the United States |: I am in favor of the tax-payer .
gaining a great get-
doing it at the expense t they have been Fist Due What end Nub
Stl/.Mountinj Canter
,r part of its fame because of the teaching operating under for the past six ting full value for every dollar spentin ,SlS edditsusa'Unique

.7 phase of its work. months I am satisfied that this con- taxes, and that the tax levies !

The 'tract: of land rovers approximately dition can be greatly improved, and i should be no higher than the amount Excellence!

?'t! six acres and is valued at if'elected, I will use my best effortsto | actually necessary to properly carryon See how this car stands I
$45,000, the contract being negotiated see that the fill foes not cost us city's business. Furthermore,
The !
i I consider it the out. crankshaft is the
largest used in
duty of the city
at St. Augustine by Rev. :Mother $1.00 a yard, as I believe I would be any
Marie Louise. Since 1895 the Sisters safe in saying it is costing better than ,, (commissioners to save the people I'
of St. Joseph have been conducting that amount at this time. I believe money the same as they would save four-cylinder American-built motor of like size. It

{ grammar r.nd high school grades for the lake is one of the best assets Kis- mess I were they operating a private bus!. is
boys and girls in Miami at the academy ftimmee has and l in bulkheaclmg it, we I concern.I counterbalanced scientific precision. This

i, and First street adjoining the are increasing that asset one am in favor of all ordinances of \ ,

Church of the Holy Name. The attendance sand fold. thou-I' the city being either enforced or revoked gives extra smoothness to the power-flow. Five :

has grown rapidly' now As to my position in should they be found not prop

numbering more than COO pupils But street paving: I am in favor of pav- er. big cross-members-one of tubular type hold 'II

all the while the demand has grown ing the streets of the city of Kissimmee. If there are any other matters any I

for an academy where parents could I believe that it is necessary of the voters would like to know my f chassis frame solid. Give this model a test today. I

'Y end their children to live conducted for any town to be well paved in order views upon, I shall be glad to discuss J I

: \ on the same principles as hundreds I to prosper. I realize the streets same, with them. 'JJf

; of Catholic schools over the country. in our town are a drawback to people Respectfully, FOURS and SIXES

The structure will cover approximately who would like to invest and are PAT JOHNSTON.

it l 316 feet and will be three stories otherwise satisfied with this locality. Reports from Mims indicate

I high although the central portion However,...I feel thatthe street improvements acreage in truck this spring a.larger than- Models range from $915 to $2190, f. o. b. factory
; of the building will rise above .....
.V should not be paid entirely ever before. The Miami Herald tell .1:>
the regular roof line. The first floor by the abuttln.r-. property owners that Mint grower have already .

k will be be given over to the sisters but that the property) owner at planted heavily in beans and tomato
and students' dining room, pantry and large should pay their proportionate *. The peach in that MACH
tree nellb.I
1 ?i ; kitchen and reception room" and/sevse hare, because in paring any part* f I borbood are in full bloom: and BROTHERS, Dealers ;'

'"fral class room.; :The second{{floorjwill the1 townwill, Increase the value* '01au' I body.|* busy a anticipating every f
'. a goodseason t
be_devoted. to class Looms, which :"toe propertyto ,* eeruiri . _. .
extent -
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,. FARM AND HOME PAGE I:I[,(fruit regulation absolute standards going curtailment by of into, all supply auction Florida of and'markets consignment shippers grade; and'of!' I What is aTeaspoonful?a a1t

I I'' and, price arrival citrus sales. -

Another resolution adopted by the I

it is for him to secure the best live. Bartow convention calls uport, the the
trunk and depends Dak-
1 RURAL COMMON SENSE | larger branches of the pecan on i
stock.,"Purobreds Florida Citrus Exchange and other .
By Spuds Johnson eventually, why'W" tree, boring into the hardwood lag Powder you use. roes I I
t -0. applies as properly to the seed and making galleries several Inchesin marketing agencies to more"CUU7 explain must use a heaping spoonful

of farm crops as it docs to the farm length. Its be at the Orlando meeting. their of many brand becaoee they 's

Some counties are adopting a _slo- animals in the opinion of specialists JIbed by' castings presence of wood can recog the plans and hopes for bringing order doa't.contain .M much lea.

gan. They say, "Give us the cow, thi: of the Florida College 'of Agriculture. ground at a base of the tree. on out .of the present situation. Still I, ealng strength as 3

now and the hen." They think these Planting time, for general field "The'holes made, by this pest another resolution puts the Bartow

three worthwhile animals of the farm crops, .Is near (March). Seed should in size from a quarter to half an vary inch Convention on record as recommendIng 1\ :

will put them on life's easy street. If i b e, on .hand or readily available. But in diameter They can be seen on the to the Orlando convention that it CALUMETTl

they'll just make that ." afe' 'street it Is not too late to get purebred socd tree trunk above the..ustlngs.I endorse the best method for co-op

instead of "easy" street, they. will be -the best seed. If the farmer did I "Winter and early spring Is a good eratlvo marketing now existing, if Economy BAKINO POWBER
not save tho reported effort of- the
all right. his own seed or has not time to control this borer. This biggermarketing am
The cow, the now and the hen is no bought them already, there are many be done best by squirting drop of agencies to form an alliance ", Level spoonfuls are all tliat are necessary
bargain. Last week I told what reputable seed houses fails.Considerable. ...,
bed !: throughout the carbon bisulphide into each hode. A when you use CALUME'rltmore
thought about the hen. This week country, tho nearest of which be strength was .manifested -
1 may sewing machine oil can or medicine makes bakings which means> a real
I am. snyiiiff why I think every home reached in a few days by mail. dropper is convenient for this pur by the Florida Citrus Exchange '" saving on bake day.

ought! to have its cow, especially' In buying seed, however, one must pose. After injecting the poison, plugup in all marketing discussions
home. 1 be sure to deal with at the Bartow convention. The meeting '
cry farm a reputable seed- the bolt with putty, paraffin, soapor (1 jj>uj Sales kl3nlea\ \
Milk l is good food.! It comes nearest man. He should be sure'also that the good clay. The poison forms into at one time approved the s aB1AUCf108ug4 t
I seed he Lake Wales Sign-Up Day Plan to 1t t.. .... >
to being Nature's food of any I know buys are good seed; test g-as fumes which kills the worms." of any other
about. I have observed; that folks, especially them, for the seller: may make a mis- increase the Exchange's membership br.uadTHEWORL I

young folks, who drink milk take, even though he is reputable KILL THE RABBITS THAT after it failed to find merit in any p s -

fInd oat butter are healthy and ."Plant only sound, purebred seed; GIRDLE THE: FRUIT TREE other plan for stabilising conditions.
'tron Milk has got just the stuffin start the crop right, anJ you should Later it rescinded this action, the dcl-

it lo make you feel strong when make bigger and better yield," wouldbe Rabbits that often feed upon the cgaten agreeing it would be advisable : ate 'B aBEtT6p

" you get up in the morning. a good slogan for many farmers tender bark of young trees during to leave final settlement of this MAJUffO V OWDQj

farm has certain fall and winter matter to the Orlando .convention,
};very stretchesof due to a shortage of '
crops that would go to waste if 0 HINTS TO .I0 I succulent feed; can be killed or con- April 9.
the" old dairy cow wasn't there to go HOUSEWIVES I trolled in a number of ways. One of the most decided steps of

ground and nibble it up. Shucks and I Weekly\ from Home Demonstration J One method is to poison the rabbits the preliminary convention 'was its

(iriatches of hay and cull potatoes andhorn I Specialist____, _Tallahaa_ 'e with cabhatre or other succulent determination to elevate the uality
that would not sell for half a -0 leaves that have been dusted or standard which citrus fruit must obtain

cfonHid<,ration serve to fit In between Many attractive and nutritious sprayed with paris green, as well as before it can be shipped from Ue r

J-Jussies' ribs and to bring in the milk. dishes may bo made from cottage various other poisons, according to state Dr. McKenzie, Lake county CITY TAXESNotice

Thus, what ordinarily would go to cheese. A few suggestions are given E. W. Berger of the state plant hoard representative in the state legislature r

waste may be pitched to living ani- below: ,'k>f Florida. Scatter the leaves in the took a leading part in this effort r

*ial machines which convert it into Kchambled Ern With Cottage Cheese vicinity of the trees. and promised his most"active

"yholesome food. For each egg! use 1 tablespoon( of Shooting! the rabbits at dusk or support in having the next session! of

Then the farm cannot afford to do milk, 1 rounding tablespoon of cottage early] in the morning furnishes excellent the state legislature adopt whatever

without the >barnyard manure that choose, pepper, alt and a pinchof : sport and serves to freight so-called green fruit law the citrus

romp! from dairy rows.! Such fertilizing I baking soda., Scramble the eggsas them.away.': Another effective method industry demanded.

material ii about the best to usual.! Neutralize the acid in the is to make about the trees foot- TODAY'S MENU is hereby given that the .Tax Books,

be hnd for love or for money. | cheese with the soda an J stir 1 lightly: I; high cylinders out of xmall-mcshcd

,And whenever there is! a Kurpltisof. into I the egg. Serve immediately.: chicken wire. This will bo found n
I Bcakfast.Tcrval for the City of Kissimmee will Close Saturday
milk, of iklmmilk, it can be fed to Cottage Cheese Pie perfect:: protection to the trees. ,
j : wiJi
Use: 1 cup of cottage "l.r'3 of Any material that birds or fowls

pr.-ram n\ cup! of ", J-'J of a i up o' nlllk, m s'it eat should not be used in pois- Scrambled Oatmeal Eggs Gems.w-Klli Bacon. March 31 A penalty of 5 per cent will be ad-

hon" calf for n certain relationship I egg t yolks 1 beaten> 1 :ai+>'< "rO3n of i I .-:..::b the rabbjts. Coffee.Luncheon..

(ottveen these dilTcrint; animals. All l melted fut, 1-4 ,Ua ;v>-i: of ;; :-.i1a. i riCvfJoritly taLli'ts! prune off thv -- ded to all taxes not paid by that date.

right, then let the cow pant, ari'l laH: MU the ii lI
.if f the food iKeJ l I.y all of them. I order in'lI. Bake! the pni"J 'ne hIt *s they can reach. In some in- Lettuce

Honda i is bound to be an important crust. Cool, il! and iovr, pith fctaiKOs they may cause the death of Cheese Souffle.

dairying stntc. And this means that meringue made! by udd.i.g; .' tf.De- the tree by completely girdling its Apple Sauce. Cookie*.. Ten.

hire Mill IM' money made by farmers.,i KI'Oon of sugar and! 1-.J *(. apri<>;> of trunJ-. --- '
who \Ko ps cows. There ae more rea- ; vanilla (Iv the beaten whit s of J gas;
Broiled Sleak.
ens for keeping milk cows! than your (Brown it in a slow oven. R. GILBERTCity
French Fried Potatoes.
,an shake a ftick at. It is a good French Toaxt With CoMage.:; Cheese [
Asparagus Salad.
thiiiR to do. Give me another cow. Spread; hlucs of Ma'e: unfit! thickly POINTERS Queen Pudding. Black Coffee. .
with ,'. i ith J
--- ciitlagtchei. e mixc -
HOW TO PICKHJT chopped nuts and irnriljde. Ihp I ina j. n. OUNN.: COl'-: TY ,SINT.:; Oatmeal Gens.

GOOD LAVING HENS mixture rf egir and milk aid fry Two cups of rolled oats, 1 cup of Clerk and Tax Collector

"If you are going bird hunting, quickly: in I butter.> KEep the ditches open in Older that soar milk, !let Bland over night, then

you. wouldn't take! a hound. Strutini Cottage Chee Salad the water will drain off as quickly ns add one egg, 1-2 cup of molasses, 1

i dairy, you wojldni buy beef, cat-'| Many attractive 'fiU.l5 mihe: possible. Every sccti'n'of the state cup of flour 1 teaspoon of soda, a .
tJe. Or if you want to go into horse 'made from cottage chu se The cnt-eie no far as can be found out in in the little saJt. Bake in hot oven. u
!IK' rolled into balk! moulded condition what ..
may or Bane as we are and
it would be desirable to
racing not j, Cheede *
Shetland. Yet in tiny cups or pafserd! t through:!: a pas- can be caved will l he in great demand. Souffle BEAUTIFUL KISSIMMEE HOME
pet a pony. many pro ,
plesetin to think that a chicken is a try tube. It can bo coirbiiej with Quite n large number of farmers Make white' sauce of 2 tablespoonsof CASH OR TRADE

chicken! , regardless of its individual;'! fresh or canned! vegetables tnJ f.'uiti, arc asking, Is it too late to plant butter, :,1 tablespoons of flour, 1 House and garage on 60 x 150 lot, surrounded by

qualities and purpofen." nutn and preserves. now? This is a question that in very cup of sweet milk, 1-4 tablespoon of palms, fruit trees, flowers and shrubs. Three blocks
salt and little Cook thor-
Landsioit Cottage Cheese Salad Dr/c-ingUSP hard to answer, but under tho present a pepper. .
That is what II. D. extension and add six of from business district--within two blocks all
oughly .
milk of
1.2 cup of 1.tlP conditions of tho state it seems
poultryman ''of' the Florida I in vinegar; 1 egg, 1 cup of loft cottage that we, still have a chance to come grated cheese. Beat whites of three churches and schools. Dwelling has 'three rooms,

College; of means Agriculture of increasing, says explaining cheese1;, cup of sour cream (whipped out in good shape ,on the crops we eggs stiff and add beaten yolks. Mix sun-parlor and kitchenette downstairs '- three
production. While some varieties of ), 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of plant now. Plant thd' crops that will with sauce and bake twenty minutesin rooms and bath upstairs. 'Range and electric heater

,chicki'in are better layers than 'othrf i mustard, tca'poonn of flour, 1 1.2 mature in the shortest l length of time. slow-o'\'<"n. furnish hot water. Thoroughly modern' throughout.

<' yet individual cek! .ciion xvilltrriutly lennpoons of melted l.utt'r. Now is the time to begin lookingfor Queen Pudding.One CORNER CHURCH AND SPROULLE
Miv I i the dry ipgrt,dents; t..:c.her: rust mite infestations in yourKTOVC. r
\ increase the laying qualitiesof : half-pint of bread crums, 1-2 Kissimmee. Box 414
an I i rerun them with' mrltel 1 (tatter. To control them, !spiny with
any variety, he says. > pint of milk 1 whole egg:!: and yolk of 0. --
earned mixture to the heatr,1 the ("bloom
\d.IIW lime-sulphur in
"When a bird has!' laid through! one another, ]1-2 cup of sugar, 1 tablespoon -
milk and stir until \r tlink. After Melanose is aunt)her enemy of the of butler. Flavor with lemon.
season, you can judge some of her
the. mixture. has ),'"11.,1 add vinegar citrus grower which] should be foughtto I 1 1r
in hilt Frost
performance qualities! liy color or her Jiake a moderately oven. .
slowly, stirring. nil I the '*):,'e. Cool a finish thiyeai.'. Hi ight fi nit i i- : -r.
with white of
!legs and) conditions of beak uml p1unags egg.Schaitan V'r
,. .glitly l: mid) add the beaten) 'f:'?. Heat What' will always. bring I lop pries on - ,. -
the cxjilananon rontinuiSfliit *
the. cottage cheese gradually into:: the the market, and' it is mchuioM-) that Standaid Agricultural 'lfle
a hen that has a large spuct')
for and currying dres-imij with un erg h, aU'* .jnti! is responsible for the] huge j per cent (hoinual 'corporation to erect fertilizer S '
manufacturing egg(
lu ninotlt Lastly'' fold d,., ivivlj.pcd: ">f russet fruit going on the 1, maiket plant with capacity of 150,000 /
and you got one that will pro emore
cream into the Ill't"Rinl> A spraying with boideuuv oil just tons annually. S'
eggs( than another with
\\Vghts and I..a"ur- II after the fruit hns set will control &tI; Id
tarrying spare, even though of the "The Palm Heidi Anglers club }hrs HonTestead I' =.: -'
)right, cr ten ordinary: szcd; eggs practically all of the melanose lussetincr _:
tame variety. I e>|Uiil I pound. I especially if the dead woodI' announced that lungcmcnts for Pancake I'T : ssa
"It is ho trouble to detect which ,
A pint of sugar equals 1 pou-id. has been pruned out thoroughly plan arc being perfected for construction Flour
has the greater ability to perform by, I of a club house and twopit'l's '
of white
A pith granulatedKar
]hose delicious
examining the body outlines. 'thebody ----
1 pound. CITRUS GROWERS TO on Lake! Worth for the exclusive -
| )
should be wide and deep awl "
of club members the
use ,
Two of powdered sugar < <;;jals says
well-roportioned, the back broad and' cups MEET IN ORLANDOOrange West'' Palm Beach Post. The plans hot pancakes
1 pnund.
rather flat the breast bone rather .
-eJ down call!! for twenty-five slips, for mem-
A '' of cold buttcrre '
short, rocker-shape and (sharp, not cup and grapefruit grower! '
ben boats, a tackle house and other !
is half a |iound.A do satisfy, .J :
of citrus marketing sure
round and plump as is in u quail. tiihleapoon of oft butter, well representati\es conveniences. The Post goes on to ....
"The comb and wattle indicate the. agencies and delegates from all civic
rounded equals] 1 ounce.An lay that "as! soon as plans have been ._-#..-.
condition of the reproductive organs. organizations in Floridati' citrus belt
tumbler, tqjals: 1 received and approved by the war de-
A hen with a healthy, wcll-develont-d ordinary cup are invited, in a resolution adopted at partment, Contractor George W.

reproductive' rrtgan, has a large; full or half a pint. of thin liquid a preliminary citrus convention here Brown will begin erection of the club JecIC'OLD uUY

comb and wattle, with full circulation I About 25 drops any! this week to meet in Orlando April house and piers' on the lake front

indicated by warmth and softness of I I I I will fill pint a of common-sized finely chopped teaspoon.A meat, 9 present and consider depolrable ways citrus for rectifying marketing the north of the Everglades club. HOMESTEAD C

crowd--d packed sJlidly, equals 1 pound. situation.The .
I A set of thin measure (with small I convention called to PANCAKE: FLOUR t
swiveled, scaly, cold and coarse comb I Bartow
and wattle. The distance between. spouts or lips) from a gallon downto consider the advisability! of the bigger Baby Never Has Just acid water And cook
half a gil, will be found very convenient ,
convention and
pelvic bones and the pliability of the Orlando
skIn and abdomen indicate the present I in every kitchen. Common nearly two hundred delegates from Colic Now, Says
pitchers, bowls, gliosses 1' cups, EtC.,
Florida civic organizations,
performing condition of the hen cjtrus

and not her ability to lay." may be substituted.______ ____ __r_ adjourned at noon Thursday after a Happy Mother I I
discussion of: citrus problems -
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PLANT PURE BRED SEED SQUIRT POISON IN AND HOLES KiLl. in which it determined upon a Colic la one of the most common Bass Construction Company
AND GET BIGGER YIELD) OF PECAN TREE number of recommendations to bl'I complaint that babies auger from.
BORERS Tilt CUT HOLES I It II Is cauncd bx Indlgentlon and often
The value of purebred livestock submitted to the larger gathering.E. I results from careless feeding and CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
L. Wirt and Frank Kay Anderson -! overloading baby's stomach with toomuch
borer does not wear a
in the The
seems pretty well established pecan food or giving the child soured
minds of all American farmers. Most gas mask. Thus it is easy to kill it. chairman and secretary, respectively milk.. WOOD, BRICK, STONE,

of the so-called best farmers are get- | Gassing with carbon bisulphide is the of the Bartow convention will By relieving Indigestion and regu STEEL, STUCCON.
latingthe bowels Teethlna quickly
ting away from anything but the remedy recommended by the Florida hold these positions!' at the opening of overcomes this trouble helps keep F. BASS JACK BASS

purebred. This is so true that there Experiment Station. the Orlando convention until their the baby well and Hives It an oppor- 322 Royal Street 615 Sproule Avenue

i ia little danger of a return to the The insect is described below by A. 'successors are named. Recommendations sweet tunity dl8po for a ltlon.healthy Mrs.growth S. H. Reid and I. '

scrub. II. Beyer, assistant entomologist who on citrus: matters formulated 6407 Cherokee Ave., Tampa, Fla.,
Most American farm boys have also tells how it works and gives the by the Bartow meeting will be submitted writes: I I
"My baby was subject to colicky
heard "purebred big purebred calf, details of destroying it. J to the Orlando convention by spells until I vtarted giving her
purebred colt and purebred chicken' "In old neglected 'pecan trees there Dr. W. A. McKenzie of Leesburg, Teethlna. Now she never has eollo "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE! IT'* 4
found infestation of chairman of the committee which at all and Is aa fat and Rood natured) Before buying get our new January price list of our "SIMON PURR J ;
from their barefoot and spooneatingdays. is frequently an as yon please. 1 find Teethlnn as and "QKM HRANOH- which have bern the Standard of Quality for the
: But little have been heard the oak, or hickory cossid. We will drafted the resolutions. These seek good for grown poople all for tables past forty year with Florida grower Prloea always rllr..... Quality considered ,
not the cheapest, but the beat for results. Also price lists of v
about,purebred corn or any other kind term it here as pecan cossid, which is the adoption by the state legislatureof when they have stomach trouble. Inarctlcldea., Sprayers Ousters and Duats. 1IS4 Almanac will soon be
of purebred seed one of the pecan borers. It Is the more rig. d green fruit laws and Teethlna Is sold by all drurKtot, ready. Write for one. y
or lend I0a to tbs Moffett Laboratories -
It is Just as'lmpo'rtant that the'far larvae of a moth. their strict enforcement; the adoptionof Columbus da-, for a package; E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. JACKSONVILLE FLA; {

mer secure the best seed to be. ,had ss "In the larval stage it live in the United States citrus fruit grading and a free booklet about babies. .e


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Members of the Senate' 'Committee' which 'is conducting the'offlcinl investigation ot Attorney-General.
thVy Senators Wheeler (lJel.), Moses (N, II.) i Brouk.j'
1"1 I. Davaherty.and his administration. Left to right, are .
t l. hart (la.), chairman; Jones (Wash. ), and Ashurst (Arir.*.

''I. f -- Hghw ; ,i f along The every banana two, like oi three vegetableand months

How Benefit : I 1 1I
Brick s other fruit will thrive better in good I I

Roil when"givcn good l ( .
Both the Farmer and City Man but it will do well on most any soil. I :
II j ''evecpt citrus. The best kind' of soil I Iis FEED CO., Distributors Phone 12

i lich, h'i1':1l1'k': sandy loam., vvell I|,
':'chained with moistu-o '
I mid supplied: :
-- I!1lhrougItout the \'NII'. The banana i is suggest that i GAZETTE CLASSIFIED A1)S BRING RESULTS I
'Roads Impassable." ( miles to his shipping/ point liy truer: ,!, a gross feeder and a heavy drinker ghoul. bv
of -''therefore needs lots of plant food! and 1 1I when :
"Schools Closed On Account oft last year did so at a saving approximately -
Poor Roads." $150 compared. with his plenty of moisture. The safest' water on sour : J

/ expense in taking the same crop to j i i ]level is approximately two feet below time, it will ,
t "Gravel and Macadam Roads Itlir-/ Kissimmee Laundry
market with II wagon over dirt roads the crown roots, although three or t ( plenty of CITY : r
red to All but Light Traffic. jn HIlR! That is the cashalue of four feet will answer is the subsoil i is ] of :

Such are the headlines that jump 'the good road to the farmer, not considering I porous enough to insure constant (' )' matter. MEAT MARKET 20 STEWART AVENUE ;

out of the newspapers! and farm jour'I : i the daily or weekly trips to mositure during the dry season. I menace to the PHONE ItS I
'I I nail today as.early] spring: thaws he- town the saving in dtlhery of his, have produced fairly fine fruit when cold and
,' gin to work their havoc on roads impermanently purchases. and the COSMM' contact he the water table has b'n'n t live; . l them, Y. J. LING Proprietor

t i I i I improved. has with the outside world. to six feet 'below, although/ I would /: (. a freeze Fresh Meats andVegetables WORK SHIRTS --_____ lie f
Many communities are! isolated. I The city, g'et its profit in its le- not advi-e Using this practice fur best t but the root \\ PLAIN WHITE SHIRTS 12tt

Childrc-n' education is interfered' I ceipt of fresh faun products, in the re-ults. up again COLLARS ____.____.. ,3e:
with. Farmers who have held their more regular and fiequent.hopping( The banana will also] do well on inside of a '('

produce for a price that would per- trips to the farmer and his family! i muck soils, where the drainage I is are not Phone 44 REASONABLE PRICES FORT
mit a little profit--or more often allow and in the added, ease with which sty I pood and assured! of proper nioistuie /: to citrus, ar. ,I them to do no more than break dwellers can find their way into the i conditions but they should ne'ehi': l be protected

even-are unable to haul it to market. country for a change of air and cenrPaying I! planted in water soaked sits of any as with -- ___
Some states have passed laws such dividends good loadof i kind The main obj''ction, from ni\ will -n .

; t prohibiting any appreciable weight on the 1 type that .do not! require cotlymaintenance .observation, and experience', to muck) < degrees
types and kinds of highways which nnd repairs are a good ''' 'soil i is that such soil I is mole general- Florida Grow;:.

weather conditions so seriously im- ,I investment at almost/ any price.One I! IyUhjl'l'l to fl'O-t und the plant' al,o -
I pair in the spring months, as to make i of the largest miik and butter hors not have1 as iroinl a foe thold as ,:
extensive and expensive repairs necessary distiiliitinRagoncii t t = i ij> 1'I] I| in other soils ;and iho stalk i is hail" ] : puts her ; \:

later in the year.: land repoitDial, the brick! p.ivements to fp:) ovei under weight of the ft ott. / "
I This is the pi ice of "poor loads." of Cuyahnga! / imnty hate \'- :,' fienc-iallj; -peuki'ig. a good glade of I ate some
,. ., It is difficult to express: it in definite ed not only)' the fainiei-I but the ptronsuricrs \. v (getable: soil will produce good re : "- she 's } \) I

r figures but the imagination need! not ,, many thousands of dollars -lilt" with litton tins. : '

be overworked to pet a fair idea of ill the pike of milk butter, ill" i!I The fruit is allivvc'd to mat in"t but Call 'Phonew ;

what the cost amounts to. I cream and other pioduris., not ripen on the si.ilk When rotor,
The results of a recent congressional Before: the county roads sere paved e'il it I is cut and shipped. 01 if intended l

I investigation, on the other hand, ', as t they :ire t today, !9t> per| cent of for local mark: < t. it 1 is placed ill a
how the financial advantages to the the milk was Iii" ought into the < it yl j lose room with about 70 clegiic"tcmpeatuic ,
i farmer of brick and other roa >ds. that I from the ul'roundinfIII1.: .. oil .. : for ripening.fhe ,

t can be traveled the year round. The terurbnns aid lailioad" Totlay this |I banana is a common article'( of'I'
commission found that from farm to conditions is entirely i lexersi'd aril 1 d.ct I: with the masses everywheie and i :'; :\ LODGE No.

I shipping point in IHS! the cost of this company bungs !0t) !per tent of |!| especially with aliens! and f"l pig"!) I M. I w
t wagon hauling was! approximately ::10! its milk mt. the city on motor\ trucks born citizc-ns. The quality of fruit : Monday .

1 vents per ton mile for wheat 33 cents at a big saving( in freight; rates.: "rhi I : I, and size of |utich, C'f' the Improved, I Fraternity) :

for corn, and 48 cents for cotton <)ver permits: paving a higher !puce to the Cavendish, coupled I with its t gteat __ _'_ -. .
t the same route now, bur on hard. farmer for his milk and at' the vine .' pioduc tivity. enables! it to be shipped., .1'a I 1 : l to be present
surfaced roads and by means of motor time distributing it to the iity consumer if necessary into. the northern markets J i !: welcome.

t trucks, the cost is 15 cents per ,I for less than would be other- and marketed. successfully and I II
:. ion mile for wheat and and 18
corn wise possible. I profitably in competition with the imported -
i tents for cotton. I' This is only one example. ] but it is factor and one that now makes J

That represents a direct I saving of such examples as this that the con- producing bananas on a commercial
more. than CO per cent to the farmer.A i I ,gerssional committee studied all over scale in Florida a success and a safe
>: farmer who !hauled 100 tons of the country and on which the committee venture and which be '
I I cannot said of ''
y t "1'1"at,; wheat and corn over hard. elk.! road 10 j jBf. ,. bated its t findings or achieved with any other variety of the People May Know! : ; 1

,\.......,..r..I.':,"'_..WiF.lJ., .'...',:.'.' -...... -._- --, --._- -- "_.-,.- bananas in Florida us yet Howeyer, S.s "
ft' 'i'!'! ON BANANAS IN FLORIDA plants, in standardizing a plant' it is definitely stated by those who No 62,
which I have designated the "Im- I know, that all the bananas that can l't Second The Valley Gazelle's desire Is lo
IC.( S. Stokley, Mt. Dora Fla.) be produced in this state for many ; '(' s at }' print all the new all the time, but
proved C'a\eiulish; that stands
As the banana growing industry in ourdistinct years to come will not supply our unless item are sent in by phone,
i' I Florida is, as yet, in a pioneer state both in rapidity of growth local markets, so !banana willhave t! : _Worthy card or letter, we cannot hope to get .
growers: j
size and strength t of plant quality of | : } . It all. If you know of any item _ofnewa
naturally there arc no bulletins or net to about marketsasare 0"i
fruit size of bunch and productivity worry : I other printed information upon the greatly exceeding the ordinary Ca I citrus g"'OWeI'RfOl' a long time. I i invited. glad to print it. I
d subject of any value. However I'rof. Kven when the timn comes to seek i I -
vendish in all these features. So tar Club Society.: I-odge. Church or
Lord of the Gainesville other !
Agricultural markets it will he an School
s easy | notes; people
as t the common Florida grown bananas going away or
Station is now making a scientific such as Hart's> Choice Lady finger problem I am >ure'. The wholesale' ] coming back; marriage. death or
*tudy and experimental propagation !!''price of bananas to retailers for the- hirfhi, item concerning viitor,
Banana etc., there i
is no
of the banana in this state, from past year or so has averages! six centsand building operation, real estate deal,
comparison whatever, KO far its ionIcerns neighbors in
I or going out, and
whom have, .
we may very boon, some J1'owing"anlllllls for profit. more per pound with the demand in fact anything that will make The
definite and reliable statistics.In I ;j gol ('n\\(',' than the supply of home Valley Gazette
|I At this lime anrf for some to I F more interesting its
the meantime, the most reliableinformation years grrwn. fruit I readers.The .
come we must result to the propagation ( t 74, I. O. O.
on this subject, which at 1'iom /100 to 700( :
of this fruit in Florida by i plants can he set I (evening at Valley Ga7ette's motto i III: "So
the same time is valuable and to the acre, II 1111. the People "
i transplanting] suckers' taken from t he'plln'nt depending upon the kind ] Miy Know, and\ to that
? M1 for it comes from practical experience I of !'oil. wheie .Noble end we auk your coop'r.tion.'HelD .
plant. in the field.), These suikers very rich eithe sanelyiloam : ,
must come from those whop oi muck' be I
will quite( uniform'h! I'1'(' soil they can pl'olita"lv : ure Welcoma. I
study have ,been experimental, and ale, development engaged/ in and the and ultuial conditions arc, f.ivoiable, ,,and plants safelyH to the \uc-ie.s\S On f.t.k"-s making prodictive'' (;(,o j' : us boost Kissimniee"Quality
come to
actual growing of bananas for nUll k- mutuiity and produce it sod it would be
safer !
,bunch of 1 bananas in from twelve] tofifteen to set them
rl at the present time. ,,10x10! fee,, making -l'0;! to the. acreI .
I pleased to know there is months a\eiagmg in weight
am aninterest fioni I The iii ,istuIt' conditions. adsogovirn \
being shown in the commercial fifty pounds' to SIMJ' !poundseach. '
'setting to II huge: (extent they being!
I of bananas. I will .
growth give
i: I s(.t do-( t together! mole -iifelv, when
I you, as briefly as I can, my findings I As soon as a plant bears a )bunch I jassuie-d of plenty of mOist UI',.. I
in twenty years' study of and expeiimenting of bananas it dies down. I It i 1-. therefore (I'nder: ideal] soil and! cultuial concli, I DAIRYCO'S

y if (t in banana culture, my sole cut down and left on the ground : t tK.ns a stand of fiSO hills or stools to CREAM
purpose being, during all I that time for mullhlnd/ huimi.s. The bulb oi ( the a.,,,' (each sloe 1" containing at
p to discover a kpe.-fes of banana that root is replanted and in a very shoit i( least 4 plants ) being an !H\K foot setting
y would be adaptable to Florida climate ,i time scuds up a number of Buckets, the original] setting I he - ---- -
may ; e\-
"I and growing, conditions, and which will bear a bunch of fruit in I pe-ete'd' to yield in about fifteen plus Service in commercial printing at the Gazette
turn. When these suckers!
could be made to compete successfully i( are not months approximately 2: ,OOO pounds ,
a -" '.' with the imported banana, removed from the patent' (plant ( there of fruit (averaging: three bunches to
both in our home and northern mark- should be three 01 four left with the a toil or 2,000 bunches to an acre) I
{ V I (present plant in oath hill or stool) f
bunging lit
aveiage/ wholesale)
i.I I t they will make more rapid growthand price
I past year or so, a gross of $1,500per I
fruit sooner t hun when detached l
acie. In the next
of South Florida and in a wide ran/ofe'and teplanted. I have bad my Im- months the yield may followingtw'rlve be expected I :" J. R. CLAY

of soil conditions. Rut it has not yet proved Cavendishaiiety produce to approximate 100,000( pounds
been that the native fruit in eight months and almost] invariably
proven or ordinary j marketable
'lof fruit, by the? third year ,
bananas you see growing here they will fruit inside> of
I I twelve months. I reaching a steadily bearing maximum Garage and Machine
and there all over the state are a of Igo.OOO
I pounds 1 so you see there milk is
7 paying proposition even in the home j The succeeding years after start'ng !is a good margin of profit ahead for your folk
markets. It is dead certain they can-I a plantation (the original fruiting in the! pioducer. your baby.

1.t not be shipped successfully or fifteen to eighteen months) each As to fertilizer for bananas! I know children TO CLAY A THOMAS
,J ably. plant will produce a hunch within a of no crop that responds so produc- it will be .
',' Knowing thia condition I beenxiving I year averaging in weight 75 poundsor tively to use? of fertilizer as this crop. Farming Machinery
t, / twenty yean close study to more when growing in good soil As stated above, !the banana is ,
.* .;. development of the imported Caven- and a Gas
given good attention. A hill or gross feeder and it pays and Engines and' Pumps Rebuilt
} ': f tfnih variety which has 'shown itself stool, containing not less than four handsomely to give it plenty of pays fertilizer .

f t 'test adapted to Florida climate and plants, will produce three good bunches even on rich soil. My ,
soil, and I have succeeded, through of fruit in a year, many times ience has been that a formula exper-of BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL
1 s constant elimination of inferior plants four, which develop and mature at about 10-6-5 (with good / MAKES OF GARS .,

and propagation of the superior different stages, so they are coming source of ammonia) will give good organic re- .. i ......, '. tr'_ ,. ,

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n 1 1ft'W National Advertising whom he had made during the past (

w four winters of his residence in Kissimmee. -

We had never married, but had .
for ,
It yslte Campaign Florida made his home with Mr. and Mrs.'B.

R.;: Eastman, of Benton, Harbor, for '
9Y '
;:;, -- the past forty years. INyiTES.Hi

_;:, ... \ It .11....... JACKSONVILLE, Fla.; March '17. their communities, The Florida Development lie is survived by several pieces .

1 aprstlts anti (Special) Announcement' Board will later follow up and nephews, living in Wisconsin. : ;'"

I d atta c..u... made here today of an adequate national . ;all the inquiries hiD the endeavor to>> The funeral services of Mr. Red. ; ,. YXDU" \ ., ', '\' .' >, ,I,' ; I
\) I .t't .1, .ak. '>> advertising campaign for the determine, how many of the persons line were held at the chapel, Monday', .\ :'I I/ : . ." .\nf i'1;"'4&6'I ; :(;fi.

.,....ds ralMra0..d. state to be conducted jby the Florida making'them decided to locate in the at 11 o'clock Rev..Albert E.'New, of ',''..''1.; .,'.." .., I'.'
.. NM! ... Development Board the ,Cham- the Episcopal church :' ; ..
Stale state or to make investments here. orflclat1nlr. tOo : I
ih i ttf1ierso. iEat Matly.1,,*!''W. ber of Commerce.The The ways and means, adopted for The hymns, "How Firm a Founda ..:: .. ,
.... Harty saUly: tion ". . .... i..f
funds will be raised providing the to* the "Abide With Me, were ,
....... /ssSb. necessary money carry on- '. ,', I
'.-. .... In accordance with a plan that has advertising will avoid conflict with nine by Mesdames Bullock Best , .,. ;', " ':
_r..t. "...atr. been worked out by the advertising the fund raising' campaigns of county JBingeltary, Davis, and Miss Pille,.; '.

.-....-" -,-, committee of the organization, in session' and city chambers of, commerce and The' remains were sent to -Benton Kissimmee's Hotel l" '

i' . s .. here. This committcels composed other local commercial bodies. The Harbor, accompanied by a friend, Leading

) of Herman Dann 'of St. Peters total amount sought is $400,000one- where they will await the opening- ( :" '

,; 1sS / burg' Frank C. Groover, Jacksonville[] ; I half of which sum is to be expended spring, and return to Mr. and Mrs.. Opposite Band Stand ;

1y. Wm. C. Kyle, Fort Lauderdale; G. C. I during the last half of the current Eastman, for final burial..

) Ware, Leetburg', and W. L. Wilson, of I year. Tea subscriptions of $10.000each FOR TAX ASSESSOR
Panama City, will be solicited from individuals .

land corporations that are particularly James W. Miller, a ypung man born '
I addition there
/ were present at Modern Rooms with. or
the meeting, A. A. Coult, of Jacksonville Interested in the development of the and raised in Kissimmee, wants to be i

i\ r general secretary; Carl Leh- state on a broad 'yale! twenty of $G- the next tax assessor of Osceola .

..IratissarsrO }. mann, of Orlando, the newly selected 000 each, forty of $2,500 and one hun- county. and announces in this issue I without Bath
organization service department man- dred of $1,000 each. Members of of The Gazette that he's out far the

ager; C. C. Carr, of St. Petersburg, the advertising committee and the ob.
head of the Carr Advertising Agency, secretaries of the Florida Develop- "Jim" Miller, as he is known to a SwW00440
. Jefferson ment Board will at once begin an wide circle of friends, has never aspired -
- and Thomas, of Jackson-
t l tJt.a"1. ville, president of the Thomas Advertising energetic canvas of the leading bust- to a public office, but has devoted .
? ;; Service.On ness interests of the state for sub his time and attention to trucking MRS. B. BAIRD, Proprietress
scriptions. and farming and' the care of a
behalf of their Mes-
:1I concerns Great enthusiasm for the undertaking citrus grove near Kissimmee. lie
srs. Carr and Thomas have agreed to
has been manifested by directors has made a success of his endeavorsIn
1 1t and will prepare and place the advertisements and officers this line and believes he makea
of the Florida Development
subject to the approval of .CadyV C. C. R.-The consumptive taking six bottles and is not satisfied,
Board and much encouragement success as tax assessor, and asks
4ti t the members of the advertising con; received from leading fac- the vote and support( of the people of money will be refunded A remedy for Consumption Asthma, Hay-Fever,

mittee' in a selected list of mediums, 'tors in the development of the state this county. Coughs( Colds, That Distressing' Cough of Pneumonia, Cough of Measles,

at publishers' rates, and perform all who have been consulted in referenceto Whooping Cough, Catarrh Sore Throat Croup, bronchitis, a Tonic and
!the other services required to properly BERGDOLL AGREES TO I
e f the proposed campaign. There is body builder. 16% Alcohol, for a solvent.) Purely Vegetable, No Dope.
check insertions etc. relievingthe
e Florida Development Board entirely a general feeling that the present interest 12 ez. Bottle, $2.00. Ask your druggist. lie will ask his jobber. Send

c i of expense in this connection.The in Florida throughout the York, March 17.-Grover for free booklet giving directions by four high authorities on treatment of
., advertising' agencies representedby United States should be capitalized Cleveland Bergdoll, convicted duringthe Tuberculosis. '

Messrs. Carr and Thomas are the without further delay by an adequate war as a draft evader, has agreedto

", only ones in Florida operating on a advertising effort that will utilize return to America to serve his sentence CADY-PARKER MEDICINE CO. Inc.
outstanding mediums of the character in federal prison it
national scale accerditedby a was an-
= Your cows will yield ., generally of the Saturday Evening Post and nounced tonight by Norman Hapgood, WAYCROSS, GA. .
< more milk oh Happy publishers.It Literary Digest in addition to the editor of Hearst's International Magazine . -- .
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intention the advertising
I U the to begin
Cow Sweet Feed and in half more influential of the daily newspa Berg-doll' will return at the invitation ,
1 hay than they did whenon early in August national weeklies adoyen pers of the country. The story of of the American Legion, I turally, is reflected in the advertising man without a country?"

pasture. This feed of the leading: be Florida never yet has been fully told which through John Quinn, national I columns of this paper. The interested "A country without a man," an-.
size advertisement to
a large. through consistent reader will note by advertisementof swered the pretty girL
contains( 24% protein. of a advertising campaign commander, issued a statement tonight -
carried in each ispuo for a period
and there is general agreementthat the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Com-
h' all feed-no the had been
waste. declaring Legion
s There A school to writs
three months. girl was !required
approximately the i. in this issue that he is invitedto
present fall will afford a at'cusedr to pany, ,
kidnap .
Mad by Ldgor-1lforgo" will follow an intensive campaign in 200 words about a motor car. She
Co. Hlfmfhit. W, till it. nliout. hundred of the leading wonderful opportunity for a campaign Ber don and it was time to show the i write them for a copy of the 1924 submitted the following':
.l"ferr. ',lto,., w I one of this character to the con- world that the organization stood for Almanac just published. These are '
"My uncle bought motor car. He
of the a
daily newspapers country, one !
ducted in a manner insuring efficiency it-sued"' at heavy expense and are a
law and order.
schedule: providing for twice a week : was riding in the country and it stop
CASH FEED CO. and the production of worth-while valuable reference book for anyone
insertion during November and the ped while going up a hill. The other
nISTRIBUTORSPHONE results. Chambers of commerce and E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COM- interested in ftruit raising or truckingin
The advertisements 180 words are what uncle said
of December. my
first half -
boards of trade that advertise their PANY GIVING AWAY ALMANACS in Florida. \
12 will be along the lines inserted when he was walking back to town,
own sections will be given the I
by the Florida Development oppor- Recognition! of the development of I Ain't It The Truth, Mabel? : but I know that you wouldn't wantme
tunity to carry copy in the same issue '
env till Board in New York papers during the of publications in which the Florida, horticulturally and agricul- "What could be more sad than a' to repeat them here.

Madison Square exhibition, each emphasizing state-wide advertisements"appear. .-- - .---- --- ... ---.-- .--- -- --
and setting forth in detail

one' of the outstanding advantages or -- e

the state and covering: in like mannera I THINGS f fI I II '

group of intimately related national I SEEN IN KISSIMMEE i iI

resources. Other approved form I BY TWO OBSERVERS I00 I
of advertising may also be utilized. 4. ? .
Our local
Every advertisement will offer to postmaster losingher
temper and petting all peeved because -
furnish further information regard DOD6EBROTHERS'
someone carried off one of her ,
ing Florida to any interested perron. ...
red roses. Wonder who the giver
the Florida ;
It is not the purpose of
Development Board however, to directly was? .
Business and Professional Womenof ,
1 supply literature in response to TOURINB .
of Kissimtnee holding an importantmeeting' ,
the inquiries received as a result '.
of in the local book tore when c
the advertising. Facts that are

state-wide application will be forwarded along came Girlie-and business her dog. ..'$ : 'So'universal is the car's reputation'for
Avery prominent woman r
from the office of the or- '
ganization' and inquiries referred to of Kissimmee taking up a penny collection long life, that exceptional ,;
to for beautification of .
pay '
affiliated chambers of commerce or records longer excite
"highways." Have you noticed the mileage no \
other local civic bodies and booklets

and other printed matter will be mailed results 1Prominent surprise. ,
member of the "Golf:
bv such of these as are impressed
Club" buying ladies' silk hose. We
by the tone of the requests that the built
of wonder if ho wears pumps. Touring Cars that were .
person making them are worthy
Our local band master out riding in the first
cultivation from the standpoint of Dodge Brothers during
his "Ford" when all of a sudden it

stopped-nothing at all\ only the gas year of their existence as motorcar .

//1 I iAsk Quick Hearing II II | "run Two out.Business" and Professions< manufacturers, are still in

Women ,dra Ked home by the sheriff active daily service.I. ,
on the night of Monday, when the
banquet for basketball girls occurred

'Twas only their car broke down \

Silvertown mear s- W. PHILLIPS CO. .
I Orlando Fla.
highest quality, low .?. ,
like the town.
cost, lone service,
e like the water
-and finally- W likc' the people.We .
4 ,
like sunshine
Tremendous satis* the and roses.
: '
; We are Nature Boosters.We Osceola County Representative, ,
i faction. .
arc going' t(> manufacture St. Cloud, Fla. ,'

Kli-aii-O. It Kleans Hugs, Woolens

Goodrich p aY der.Flannels, in fact, a Household Won- v iv i
A proven success.
We will introduce Klean-O soon. \
SilvertownCORD =
We are the Sanitary Cleaning Co I
iritiitiiuI r
We want you to Watch us Grow.
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,- I Thanks.
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I Edwin L. Redline, of Hentun. Harbor : :..Ia i f

Mich., died in this city March 15,
I at the age of 73 years.:

Mr. Redline was born in Green Bay,

Wi>!., on June 26, 1850, but being orphaned

t '..zh u when a young! boy, went to 6 I

Benton Harbor, Mich., where he has F

t II made his home since/ that time.

4 + lIe was a man of very fine character -

r ', giving his life in loving service
and tender ministry to those with

. ... whom he lived and came in contact.
... Especially notable was his love for '"'
little children upon whom he lavisheda

R.prJOfia LOiffiof Kptttckr wealth of affection, his time and
E. V. Fox (above) and Rep. Frwlfrtak Zibtrats'.f means. Another beautiful trait in his .

'MarylandH.o). neat character was his love for flowers, 1 yl1
Roberts Filling Station select .. ..... ,
him friends and it
aUo& X3no4fcr hrr U t. they were to as (

lJ, tw*jBMabtn of fesid te was fitting/' that he should rest at last A' ..,.. .
beneath the beautiful floral 'offerings .
.;. Hiri rt
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"I\ 'Ot. ro"aEST ;- .
Lg which adorned nls casket, attesting. to .
IN THE iONo "UN- Eptt'a th.- respect 'and love of many friends "r. ___... .,...! -. ', _. .,

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W' ,.
.--' ------ WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZERS .'I and Mrs. Thomas G. Bird, Mes. making a success of1 hit bu.aI tRead
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-, SOLD BYILC. STANFORD. srs. A. R Bird, Stewart Robinson and his advertisement each w,",, II
I ___ Elmer Scarboiough, of Orlando, were and) caU- on him .for anything *
C "-:: We.:I tJ LLJ. CAPLLAEMMLE Miss Sarah Dell was the guest of visitors in Kissimmee, Sunday. need, in his line-you'll get a aqua Jell
p O r Z ...... Mrs. Ray May, of Loughman, Monday deal and help Tho Gazette' ''tiianag. .

1 C. 'f:: Is 0 r.. Ci .-+ .L-..... presents nlghtJoice 'Dr. Baird and wife of Creston, Ohio, meat in it,sefforts to publish a latgK
.o Horton of Utica, Ala., ,
== Mr. and Mrs. and newsier paper '
= ooO Bowin and J, RGunn attended
= CWC7jA basketball tournament at De.LaniJ bpent Sunday afternoon and evening \'OWnL-DREW
i ; ; ; ; . I at the home of C. 11. Funk and! wife. COMl>ANT
} } V rl:I % ,..;::8 ;.;! arli. ... ji UGbr Saturday.", ,
1 ,-r' C..:I .... r ....- Miss Lena 'Harvey spent the weekend Beginning with the next Issue of The] Yowell.Drew Company, of Orv t w
r.J of 'lando, has a large display ,
hj& Gazette the practice publishing advertise.*
...... ex: with her cousin, Mrs. W. M. Mur-
"" --O9( r----- 'paid reading notices in the local ment in this Issue of, The Gazett1?

t; unnI :v dock; in Orlando. and personal column will be diseontinud This big store is rightly ,named' I

o [j'' xW ,ia c:> KC y.ttY .O. The Minick family, with their % For those who desire this kind Shopping Center: of Central}, Florid, a

c w in 72 first bto production guest, Mrs Jack Savage, motored to of advertising there will be a special and a careful .persualof''theiq'adtisentent
_a 00 o' % Winter Park Sunday. column with an appropriate heading, each week in'this ,
;" paper'sconvince
.00. ....
r \ .. ,..;: ; ; .-:::;
tI..Ji. iZ .. but no more advertising will' appear you, that It fs better to ipe 4,
O >- cofoo WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZERS among the local notices., your money -in Orlando than ChicagJk
< {J'ottIfIII" SOLD t
The Gazette requests Its ...dera" ,;

1 law tI: Qo, = F Mr, and Mrs. 'Stewart Reeves and Mr. and Mrs. W H.. 'Tunni Jitre, patronize, Kissimmee merchant u'

CO 0 : t: c....;:> family, who have been wintering! at who are temporary residents of Sem- much as possible-spend every, do&a ,'
t -V ohtQ. 522 Hughcy street!, left Monday for inole county, with headquarters at you can right here in town, as.yob.rstand ;

QJ : : : their home in Madison, Ohio. Q Sanford, were greeting' friends In a very good chance of l'etUal'some '

DA'E ...... Kisimmee yesterday, guests of Mrs of it back; but If you cannot get

r .1'\ ::: tjr.. 0JfI" ---- Have you seen Magnolia,; Varlc Lot J. Jj. Woodleck Oceolu county has what you want from the well assorted .
5t, \ r-o, II. ;.. :; U. j n_ _ .-or-the loverly] "FREE BUNGA never ,given up this jolly couple as stocks- of the home merchant
LOW" that, ia.'being built? York on residents antI all trust tht'y'jJ] |te then patronize the Orlando merchant?,,
-' the i Is moving. turn and ittakc\ their permanent home who invite
-, -_ - - ---- - Bungalow and streets .. you to trade with them_
j r I; and Mrs. A.:C, Wines, motored\ along as ,fast 'as weather conditions Korc., !t' but don't, in any event, send your
lo Loughman Sunday to, I see 0 1 E.:: will permii., Call at the oft.&:" instate --.- money clear, out of the state! when

Hilton, :who '''is seliously ill. ( Bank Building: Ask for 'particulars I Richard Ekles and family, ticcom- you never: have ,a chance of seeing t'

I! -- of FREE:: BUNGALOW. Car palled by Theodore Homing and penny of it, again.
V. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Aligns left today waiting to show you ,the finest; lets family, left Wednesday for their --, '
for ]Daytona Beach to attend a in'the' city. It:-ttf home in !Montro\ Michigan. Mr. Quality Plus Service in Commercial .

(eocalHappcmnfs contention, of tile Episcopal 'church.Lewis' , Eklea ,di!$lJ _. , I WILSON] & TOOMER: FERTILI: home :at 414 Church, street to J. C, I
-- ---- B. Oalhoun] promoter of the lERS SOLD BVILC. STANFORD.: Prenti'. of the local Ford agency, Mr.

''-" - -- -' - New Graystone! Hotel Company! is in) I Mcsdames M. 11. Porter, J. B. Pow- Ekles] has 'beena winter visitor of

at Dupont' Cafe. tf Vicftor VanDuzcr has Mr for St.' Petersburg/ ,i in the interest. of' 0-
Loughman where he has accepted u new hotel. u G. A. n. convention in St. Petfrs- and says he will ,be here again next

Mrs. Zwingle Smith of St. Cloud, position. Judge and Mrs. ,T. M. Murphy ar' burg after which they will visit relatives. season.: Needless to nay The Gazette

was a visitor in Kissimmee last week. sojourning at Safety Harbor, to get will] follow him to his northern home. .:,
Miss Ruth Jane lcClu k'Y' has "
Allen Wines with a party of been seriously] ill at her home in West. the benefit of the .Espiritu Santo' Mr: and ':Mrs. HairyNcel, Klaimmee Mr. and Mrs. J. R. An..loy and, I,
friends,' motored to Tampa, Tuesday Kissimmee.Miss Springs water. r formerly of Sanford, were In daughter, who have been spending "

200 big bargains in Remnants Cecelia-. has returned Mr. and Mrs C. E. Richardson left the city Saturday attending to business the winter at the home of Mrs. Mead

Lyles V. Story & Co. Remnant Sale.* from pleasant Padgett visit with Hlati'cliin'Sebring today" foV their home in Marion, (!ill. and calling on old] friendi.-San- ows, 24 Mabbette street, left yesterday ,
a' They have been light housekeeping at ford' Herald.J. via auto for their home in Ridge-
Mrs. Clyde'Ilihon, and Miss, Sarah 1 : :Mrs. F. G. 'Thomaeon's. '' WilY, Ohio. These congenial peopleare
Bell visited in, City, { Lyles] Vt Story & Co. Kcmnent" }Edward Kiause! the genial -proprietor Ki.-tsiiiimeo boosters and have
day. 3l1tur-1 Sale. Over 200 Remnants' to choose, | Mr. and :Mrs.; Vf L'Richardson of' of Runnymeae Lodge, was promised themselves the pleasure of
from. Prices: low. I Marietta. Ga., were pleasantly enter'tained transacting business in Kls.ilmr.iee another Visit here next winter and
J. E. Harvey spent FriJay, with his I I fee I' at the home of'c. 11: Funk :Monday and, of' course, paid The Gazette state they enjoyed every minute of "FILL" UP, MY ICE-BOX" .

family en route from Miami to Live I+ !III'. and Mrs. Sam Story spent the and family, Friday evening; a' vNit.: their stay in thin city.

Oak. ]I day in Tampa Tuesday combining 5-room bungalow I That's what our customers t.el1'u..,'' .
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Sin e1tllry were pleasure with business._ I street, -. Sam Story, of the Corner Dry
I on 70x120 corner; lot on paved SOLD BY 11. C. STANFORD.Ben because they know our\ ice I.i tat'
visitors in Tampa several days ]last section of Sanford Goods Store, announces that spring
For Rent Desirable] furnished 3- in best residence
week. il.j. : Furnishedif I 1). Miller\ and wife, of Boston, 14 here and Iris constantly arriving I I purest, cleanest and best they ca
(room apartment with all modern con- :for Kissimmeo property ,
Mass, visited Kissimmee
lent week
veniences in Gazette Building. Apply'at desired 11. A. Neel Gazette Of stock of piece !goods vividly stresses get in this city. Our service U the
4 '" WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZERS this, f and were very much pleased with the I the spirit of the season. For the men I'I'I '
tf fice.
town. They best obtainable and price ,,
are contemplating: fraying I he is offering seasonable bargains in I our BO

Ii .-. .--. .. -- .- .- .---- .. propel ty here. dress shirts and undt'rwur-and at i higher than others." ,

lower prices than usual. Mr. Story i
Mr. and :Mrs. II. N. MakinJo'n: Xt'L.
I Burrows and :Misses Augusta Winn, believes in letting the people know of ; THE 'NE\V' ICE, CO.
the barjrains'he "is
: offering through
and Almena Leitner, motored to Daytona
the columns of The Gatttlc and I I..* Phone 124
Beach last night to hear tl.e .

. noted Galli-Curici. sing.,
A Millionaire 42 I II
at '
The Senior Christian Endeavor of
the Presbyterian church will presenta IsiTh\RTOOOiiffi: iN ''t C .1

playlet at six-thirty on Sunday, in
the Presbyterian church, for the ben- )

efit of the Dixie Endeavor. Everyoneis REAL m
!' cordially]] invited.

An Appreciation BROKERI
SOLD BY H.' C. STANFORD. have opened an office in your Town and will do a general Real \
Estate and Insurance business I want your help and cooperation.I .
.. Lyles] V. Story & Co. P mr.ent
,., , 'Sale. shall get out a' monthly bulletin of the properties listed with fc ,
Remnants choose
y t e I Over.200 to for sale] that will go to at leant WOO people who are Interested. in
tl : Prices.
M', '. Walter Head of OmahaNeb..presi-': l from. arc low, securing homes in Florida] and believe that. I can give you real "rr-
; ; ice in selling and renting .'
r th:" ": dent'of,the'Omaha NationarBank' ands"I *" have"you'selected your I lot In.MAG. your property ...
I NOLIA I have complied with all the Law of the State and hare given a
also President of the American Bank Fidelity bond for the protection of my 'clients, assuring both the
ers' a great demand for Magnolia Park buyer and seller! a square-deal. .
Association; an outstanding ex- lots. If you want a lot facing Vineor
Call on me, or write me a card, I will call on and list
of the which you your prop
ample heights one can Limit street, NOW is the tirce: to erty and advertise it. If I do not sell your property it doe not cost
climb by being a good citizen. Always make your selection. Tomorrow maybe you anything; if I do, then you will pay in* the usual.commission.

a tireless worker' in Omaha civic af- too !late. $10 will start you. Call I believe in Kissimmee. After looking over the entire State I selected

fairs he 'proved such activities an as- at the office of Boyer Realty Co., and Kissimmee because I believe that it has a future. I want, to be
see Blue] prints. Car" awaiting to with you-be ,friends with all of you r
set. At 42 he the of
enjoys reputation
show you the addition. 15-tf I THANK YOU.STUART.
being Omaha's busiest man and a
millionaire. His civic work has made Mr. and Mrs. Chase Garrett and
',/ \ two children and Mrs. Amy Garrett, R. GREINEROffice
him famous throughout the United all of Richmond, Ind., and Benjamin.

2 States. He is vice-president of the International Funk of Kissimmee, were callers rat''. over Postoffice Kissimmee, Florida

Boy Scout organization the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. .H. Funk,
/ O>OoOUHHOOto 0 0 0 oou U-t'to u
z and of the Father and Son movement, Wednesday. The Garrett have a'' ..
at Sebring and-make their ---- -
grove ,
t i although he has no son. I ..
J by auto each year. '-""'-

Perhaps his Ten Commandments of The Reverend ,
and Mrs. Albert New, \ :
WALTER, HEAD Success will interest you. He says, they accompanied by their two sons, %Jeft r

Pres. American l Bankers, Ass'n lead to prosperity. : Kissimmee o n Wednesday for I We do bench work, brazing

.' -- WaynesvilIeN. C., where Mr. New is welding, drilling, etc., for '//1
rector of "Grace Church in the Moun- :)
steam fitters, fitters and ;-
tains." Since gas
November he has
: "
I 1. Make a budget. 2. Keep an intelligent record of all charge of St... John's Episcopal every, other trade 'needing the M

10 expenditures. 3. Have a bank account. 4. Carry life in- church in Kissimmee., kind of work we ,specialize in.

t. ;t surance. 5. Make a will. 6. Own your own home. 7. Pay 200) big .bargains in Remnants. We bring knowledge to our work a practical .,

t ., PROSPERITYRULES Lyles V. Story & Co. Remnant Sale.* and experience
your l bills prpmptly..1 8.: Invest in government securities. 9. that ensures it giving satisfaction
Chan. F. Tatum of the MAGNOLIA I
Spend less than you earn. 10., Share with others., Thrift PARK ADDITION CO., is still e'I]tIIr'1 ijl to all our numerous, pat-\1, ,

;ii without benevolence is doubtful. in Georgia, boosting for Ki'slmmee ' tons

and .soiling Magnolia Park Lots. Reports

1h ,. show, good business. 15-tf MONROE THOMAS' GARAGE

Leslie Jenkins<; formerly;; of Nor- 18 EMMETT STREET '

h ,THIS BANK INVITES YOUR ACCOUNT wood, N. Y., has ur'hul'd'tha property PHONE 47 RESIDENCE PHONE '71TRY

t ." formerly owned by MYs. Harper, <01' .... --
? A on the corner of Clyde and ,Verona .
j streets. Mr. . -
Jenkins is. well satisfied ,
DEPOSITS'INSUREDBANK I with Kis8imn.ce and expects to

spend many winters with us. He Is ,

leaving April 1 for.his home in the .
.. ,
: north. '

: t ta' OF OSCEOLA COUNTY I I of telegram Mrs.last J.week from F,,'Van Harney telling Duzer, III.her,received Thursday that her a 'THE[ B BROADWAYHARMAGY] Y i

brother, J. C. Bloodgood, had died I

a' :, KI KISIMMEE,. FLORIDA Wednesday night. This leaves Mrs. FRT" I
Van Duzer the only one living of a
Wl'f.Kr .
;'" family of seven brothers and three f
iJ 'r .Ny . V. I
,sisters. Mr. Bloodgood] had .
El C %WEJ:
DEPOSITS OVER, ) .. several winters in Kissimmee at different i
$600,000.00t ( '
times, and will, be'remembered:

M by many of our citizens., He owned a.. Quality-Service, .
.... .. .. place, and lived southwest of town ,
J- -\I "q
V *
V, ), ..- about; four years ago.Alftv i iV n 1'
t' y" 'f k w t'' 1 .
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