Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 28, 1924
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01161
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Progress and Prosperity '


RECOVER CAR ,, . :, ; "Stand-Still" Mediocrity: APRIL STH y

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TAMPA The present'is a momentous time for Khsimmec.. i perfectly willing to accept their judgment, without further argument. But

We may as well face the facts; Kissimmee has not gone forward as there are honest differences of opinion on* all matters. REFERENCE VOTE

fast as many other Florida cities, some of them less favored, naturally, thanis The city commissioners have everything in readiness to, go ahead and

The fact that a young: man tried to : this city. During the past year or two considerable progress has been launch" the program which will mean BO' much to the city. 'They have the Another election Is scheduled for

hide his face when an officer of the law made it is true, but there has not'been the growth which should be ours. right to proceed under the method announced., But they have desire to act in accord with the wishes of'tbe have therefore 6.
majority. They
look at him hunch
to was a
happens There has always been a lot of talk about "getting outside capital" invested city commissioners who have been
ordered a referendum election for a week from next Saturday at which
for Chief Driggers to have a person- in Kissimmee. Outside capital wttl not come to Kissimmee until studying the question for ....
two the freeholders may their choice between the two plans. The Gazette
with express
al conversation young men
Kissimmee demonstrates that'1Ihe has era! months
faith in herself.; There II'no use praying arrive at the
believes that ninty percent of the freeholders are in favor of the modern '
in a Ford coupe, which waa standing for an "angel" to come in, spend money, and build up the city until we belt m thod do1n the work, are
last plan, or would be if they understood it. However it believes this effort
along'the street Tuesday. do our part.,The old story ls not amiss of the two children who, on their way all rea to CO a with the work
of the commissioners to assure themselves of the will of the majority,
Upon investigation and asking the to school, heard the school: bell ring. One said, "Let's kneel down and ask The plan] re 'etc,-and then re-
is commendable. It believes the "fifty-fifty" will and should receive
plan ,
boys what their trouble ,was they replied God not to let us be late for school. The other replied,' "Yes; aha, lera mains to be ne 7 the legal bear-
the endorsement of the voters by a tremendous majority. The Chamber of
that they were out of gas and pray, but let's run like the dickens while we're doing it!" It is up ,to Kissimmee Commerce endorsed it at a well attended meeting with but one dissentingvote. lags and 1 g contracts. But
that their two partners had gone to to "run like the dickens" now. the comm: one have. keen .having ,
bring the much needed < waiting around near the coupe for Practically: every one agrees that the paving program Ls the most important the time it,waa first announced. The opinions of.these two bodies pretty popularly known n aa'fte piano

over an hour the chief decided that matter facing the city now1. The,main arteries of the city are paved, well express,the sentiments of all the progressive citizens.One Some, have. argued "Afty.fifty"lan. for the old }

there was more to the story than the but the streets and many of the most beautiful residential sections are not. of the arguments advanced by the proponents of the old-time "sev time plan where
bop had told and began to question They should be. It haabeen stated, and The Gazette believes the statement enty-thirty" plan is: "We helped pay for the present paving by our taxes to finance, everybody pay tax-
ea thirty cent the
them,, further.The is true, that when the paving actually starts,that moment will mark the be. the whole' city should help pay for ours.** Let us examine that thought a paving, while under the per modern of

result.,wag a telegram hastily ginning of prosperity for,this city. But, while the need for paving is agreed moment. Suppose we own property the non-paved section of the city,but the planhe
the automobile department at upon, the method financing, it seems to have caused differences of opinion. on a !street to be included in the contemplated paving; Our taxes helped pay property owners on street tobe
tent to : paved share the cost '
for the it is true. didn't our according to
present paving, worthTlan't
we money's
Tallahassee for the name of the owner Generally speaking, the resultant benefit from paving should inspire get their frontage the street. 1

of said coupe, and then another telegram everyone to 'see it through regardless of any temporary sacrifice which: any property valuation contingent on the business' aectlon'of" the city In order to determine which plan is

to the ,Tampa ,police department method of financing,might involve. From. the ,standpoint,of the'city as a Isn't the value of.our: out-lying property purel ''becAQle of the building up favored by the freeholders of the citya
'of the business section? Haven't therefore
and then the arrest of the two whole the paving' should be done. From the standpoint of the individual worth, more than'cotten our money's referendum election has been called

men'who were in possession of an automobile property owner the paving should be done. It Is not only *'a good thing for Look at it from another angle. Taxes based millage. Amountof for Saturday, April 6, to give the
that belonged to G. II. Mercer the city" but it is a vital necessity- the taxpayer and the'property owner are upon freeholders their opportunity to ex
taxes, this millage basis, depends valuation. Compare
of 912 Madison street, Tampa whose vacant city lots have brought him nothing but tax receipts. upon upon property press their choice btween the modern
the actual amount of money paid for paving by the man who owns a
The two men who gave their names There have been two methods of financing the paving, the ono announced $10,000 building in the heart of the city 'with that we paid on :our $1000 "fifty-fifty plan with an issue of

. as Edie Pope and Noah Dragger, by the city commissioners last fall and explained at the time in the columns property out in the sections yet to be paved. He will always have to pay $163,000' bonds. This election is not
(but no kin if you please to the chief) of The Gazette, known the "fifty-fifty" modern and than'we for the purpose of voting the bonds.
as plan-the way, more do. Is it a square deal to penalize him, forever and forever, '
both of Tampa. The police wore notified the other, called the "seventy-thirty" plan-the old-time way. for all paving done,in the city, as it enlarges, which would be the case'If but is merely to determine which plan
and an officer from Tampa ar favorable to the largest number of
rived and too 'the men to Tampa The "fifty-fifty plan" involves the I issuance of $85,000 in bond, to pave .we always follow the "seventythirty" plan because that's the way grand freeholders. It'.is. a "straw vote" to I
father did? Do we.want to penalize ourselves, forever and forever for all
where they will stand trial. Neptune Road, that sorely needed, section of the Ocean-To-Gulf, Highway enable the commissioners to act in
lying along the lake shore, and to the'streets the the paving which will be.done as the city continues to grow? Even under
pave bordering city's '
Two of the boYI'got away, one prop accord with the wishes,of the majority
to for and extension of the "fifty-fifty" plan, the man who has already borne the most , whose name was Clifford and the other erty, care drainage, the city sewers. The expenseof Notice'of the election' and tbeltatement f
have to bear his share of more than half the'total cost of the new Improve.
the paving in other sections would be borne the of
not known by the boys who by owners abuttingproperty of the commissioners '
was agreelag -
ment now to be started. Isn't treasonable for who the immediate,
us, are
were arrested. Sheriff L. R. Far "fifty-fifty each side of the street paying half. beneficiaries, to shoulder the other half? to abide,by the result of this vote, ,.

mer arrived at the scene and with Tho "seventy-thirty" plan involves the issuance of $163.000 in bondsto Look at some.of the outstanding progressive cities of Florida. Would appears elsewhere in this issue of" i

Chief Drl4r<
garage. Sheriff Farmer left im- paragraph, and to provide $78,000 ,additional to take care of thirty per cent gone ahead as they have if they had adhered to the ancient plan? St. 'P.tetlburg-Work ,on the new

mediately for Orlando and went as of the cost of street paving, instead of the owners of bordering property There is, of course, 'a difficulty in'the way of some of those who have Catholic church and school buildingto

far as ,Winter Pork in an effort to paying It.The large frortrge on the streets to be paved. .Oranges have not been profitable be under soon. '
round, up these two boys but the chase "fifty-fifty" plan I II the one decided upon by the city commissioners, this year. Money isn't as plentiful as It has been,'or as It will be when the t:

was fruitless. .. after months of hard 'work and study, and investigation of tho methods of city take it rightful place. Under the "fifty-fifty" plan the paving assessment -

other cities who are keeping abreast of the times,and maintaining their ,>and interest (is payable in ten equal yearly payments. The:first pay WORK IS BEGUN '

places in the ever-developing progress of Florida.' The Gazette believes that ment is what is worrying some people. But they have a year In which to

OSCEOLA LOOKSGOOD the three men composing the city commission, after devoting all the study meet' it. -The' first payment will not be due for more than a year. Careful

and time to the question which they have given, are'in a better position tospoak planning, week by week. and month by month, and this difficulty will not ON LOCAL BASE

with authority as to'the best plan for the city, than are the few who seem eo great. Compared with! the 'prospect of paying' taxes on $163,000

TO A NEW have given the subject little thought but want to continue 'in the same old bonds, for thirty years, with all the added interest as would be'the case under '

way it always has been done. Of course, if,there were any personal interest the "seventy-thirty. ,..tlje I "fiftyfifty"plan' becomes still more at- BALLWAMOND
on the part of the commissioners there might be"room for argument on tractive. "

RESIDENT HEREJ. that score. But 'every citizen knows that the present city commissionersare The freeholders should come out on Saturday, April 5, and express their

honest men. They have the best interest of the city at heart. They attitude on the paving question. The paving must be done, or Kiasiramee

have made, and are making, sacrifices for the good of the city. Not once will| have to see the other cities of Florida l leaving her behind. The "fifty- REAL' PERMANENT' WINNING

M. GRIFFIN NOW STOCKHOLDER has the finger of suspicion been pointed at any of them as to their honesty fifty" plan Is the modern one. The Gazette believes is the' most economical., I :, TEAM BEING WHIPPED .

'AND DIRECTOR OF or integrity. They are all dean, patriotic- Christian men. The Gazette is the best plan, and will be favored overwhelmingly by the electors. h INTO SHAPE .


>It.r I The grass is being skinned off.the

.r I. M. Griffin, president Of\ the J. DEATHSCLAIHS! INTERESTING SESSION OF LOCAL ENJOY MEETING local diamond and red, clay will be

spread over and dragged to a smooth
M Griffin Lumber company of Holo-: THURSDAY finish in the same manner as in 1922.
ploW, has Identified himself as stock- Several workmen are at work in

holdorr'of:: the Bank of Osceola County < charge of Doc McCallister. Also a

and has joined',the.directorate forcesof good many of the high school students -
this financial institution. BODY OF CLYDE AUTREY TAKEN At the regular\ noon luncheon of the come prepared to stay until the end ARTS DEPARTMENT OFWOMAN'S occasionally: are lending a hand

strong 1'0 MOULTRIE, GEORGIA, Chamber of Commerce last Thursday, II of our-days. If you will just show us CLUB ENTERTAIN to help along the good cause.
Mr.jGiiffln} has long been regarded J Dr. W, C. Ingram and son; Dr. J. L. where we can do the most good in GUESTSThe '
FOR Sam he has dark
Story a
ua one of tho most successful mill Ingram, who,recently came to Florida boosting Kissimmee, we will gladly says
for the saddle in the
owners of, Mississippi, living at Laurel from Missouri and'rurchased the Leslie I,.I put our shoulders to the wheel and florae ready Way

for; many years, and conducted ,farm north of J. Wade Tucker's I I push." They extended a hearty invitation fine of a pitching prospect. While the d
The funeral of Clyde Autrey, who arts department of the still a mere colt, it is hugein
one of.the largest mills in that lec.tlun homo, were speakers of interest. Inj i i[' to all to Call at the Florimo Women's Club, under the leadershipof
died hero last Monday afternoon was statue and a power'wltb strength.
of tho state,,,where he was considered the course of their tnlks they told of I Farm and assured everyone a hearty Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan and Mrs. U.
I one of the most wealthy, progressive 'held at the residence of his parents> the beautiful place they hoped to I welcome. Carson Farmer, chairman, J. Burrows First game will probably be about t
an interesting
I gave pro- 10 and much will depend
Tuesday, Apr}
and enterprising citizens. "*Ir. and Mrs. U. A. Autrey, in Moul- make of their new home, and offered welcomed them to Kissimmee in behalf gram at the Chapter House :Tuesday, ,
I who
on its master, Sam Story
The Gazette congratulates Osccola at eleven I their co-operation in what of the Chamber of Commerce. Caldwell ,
trie, Georgia, yesterday .any way honoring Mrs. James whois thinks he will be a,winner.Several' .
county: on securing him and his estimable o'clock. Rev. A. D. Wauchop con. soever in boosting Kissimmee. Dr. The tourist camp was ably represented senior honorary member of tho more-player have dropped" '

family as citizens, feeling ton- W. C. Ingram said in part: "Wo have by Henry Wood, who is termed club. The club first took up the study services
services in their
tho to
ducted by
lldi'nt that they will take a prominent just left a part of Missouri wh'cre it "The Chief of the Tourist Camp," or of Old Dutch painters. Mrs. II: W.
the and each will add good
>nrt in the business and social life 'Mr Autrey had been in 111 health of the Tin club, a
l Is not an uncommon sight to see the "the official Can Opener, Boice gave a short sketch of Rem
and bit
bit of the club
of this! section.' number of months, and for-SftKa Tourists." Mr. Wood thanked strength to a
for a temperature make a change of 40 to Can brandt's life, then displayed some of confidence to the local fans.
It is hoped to have a write-up of eral days death had constantly hovered 60 degrees within the short period of the members for the wonderful tour his famous paintings, after which more Dick Bandy and'Young Johnson, of

the big lumber industry- at Holopaw near. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Au twelve or' twenty-four hours. We ist camp that Kissimmee! possesses, Mrs..,, W. 'J. SteeJ gave an account of the.bigb school, also his honor, the
in the next issue of The Gazette and have been coming to Florida for several and said that inasmuch'as the camp Potter and Steen,. whom also rank
L. and Miss Oilone coach will be there fighting
D. Autrey they
readers will be astonished at the trey, I decided this time Continued Page 14)) says
Autrey, were at the bedside when the years and to I ( on among the famous old Dutch paint.erA. for, 'a place on the club. '
magnitude of the operations there. . _. Miss Elizabeth Aultman in her
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end came. I Bob Bullock and Dewey Carris, of

BUILDING CIRCLE MEETINGThe The deceased was 84,years ,old and usual interesting> manner, displayed : last year's Loughman club, are ready,

spent most of his early life in Mouljtrie the wonders of Terburg. Hals, Van to help the local club; and both will

building circle of the Baptist Georgia. Following his graduation Ostate and DeVos, Florida literature be welcomed ,with open arms.

ladies'" Aid Society, will meet at the from high school there, he attended I BAND CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY I was then discussed Next ion \the. The managers have received a let-
home of H. M. Breaker next program original writ >
Mrs. the University of Georgia, at was an poem' ter from St. Cloud: our neighbors
Monday afternoon; at 3:30. The following from the laW de ten by Mrs. James Caldwell on "The and I
'Athens, graduating wanting a game or two say they,
program will be given: partment. lIe only practiced law for First Christmas Spent in Florida.", will be in shape to. give the locals a
Piano solo, Mrs. J M. Johnston; a brief period. Several years ago he 4:00 o'ClockMarch 30, 1924 Miss Elizabeth Aultman then read a run for their money. "
duet, Misses Ruth Herzberg and Helen entered the selection from a book, entitled "The ._ ,
Kissimmee and .Jessell ---------------------------
came to Wooden Soldiers' . -
"Parade of
Chapman; lobo Miss Elizabeth: automobile business and .establishedthe March- Red Man."which was written by Mrs' pleased her audience with a reading. _' i
Waring reading, Mrs. J. E. Lupfer; Overture Kela-Bela Minnie-Moore Willson, after which
; local Ford agency here on Broadway -"Lustpiel" '. ..>* Mrs. Phipps gave a vocal oblogato

duet. .Misses Margaret Waring' and where he remained until the time Cornet Duett-Mr. James Locke. . . Selected Mrs II. N. Makinson gave a toast to accompanied, ,by Misses Madge Riven
Lucile Griffin; reading, Rev. W. B. of his death, loved and respected by Florida. Ma-.. Lewis O'Bryan con and Ethel Owen, violinist and Mrs.
Knight. all! who knew him. Dance Characteristic-"Little Dot". . Frochlfch cluded this part of- the program by U J. Burrows at the piano." Misses

Refreshments of salad, cakes and Mr. Autrey had many warm personal giving a toast to Woodrow Wilson. Iva and Theta Phay, concluded.the '

coffee will be.served.' Ladies of other friends both here and in Georgia INTERMISSION Music in the public schools was program with an instrumental due ,- v

churches and visitors in ,Kissimmeeare and these have been deeply grieved / then discussed. Mrs. U. J. Burrow' after which refreshments of sandwiches -... i

'cordially invited, __ ,by. his passing.; Besides his parents Selection:. ,-, from. the Musical Comedy, "The \ 1 ji :and Miss Myrtilla"Bealla 'gave ,Interesting cakes, and 'hot tea were served. '
the of
.The,recent disclosures of'fraud; or ; Mr. Antrey is ,survived by the ,> Strollers" ..' ."., .' Roberts music taught talks on in publlc importance.eboo1a. Following .,
,brothers and sisters: D. L. ; '
inefficiency in high governmental positions following' Robert Autrey Mrs., Clyde' Chilian 'Dance-"M anana" .- : . . .Missud this, '.DeRheta, Alderman aDd 'The Parents-Teachers association "t

foil, ,recognition simply' emphasize of ,faithful' necessity publicserf Taylor Antrey Misses Lucile, and Ollene'' extends Au.trey'to'whom .March-r: :.".Pas* .in'. 'Review"., '' '. t :. .Safr nek Jacquenetta instrumental 'duet.Aultman,Miss rendered Ruth Hen an will High hold School a business building/ meeting' next Thursday the-,, f S,

and for tax reduction. Unlimited The Gazette f Spangled Banner . . . ..Key at 4' All members areurgently
tax funds crooked heartfelt sympathy" in their' time 'of Sir ? : bore and Miss Helen Chapman a vocal April-8, p. m. ". :
careless v"iI
cause or duet, and, Miss Irene ingrainh requested,to, be present.,
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( the Sanford Herald; is m good newspaper have a blistering{ withering., ,,ahrtvjblinr 'fIf' ,

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE man and will' keep The Gazetteup [ PEOPLE'S FORUM I THE WATCHER. -'.., .* ( effect: upon the advocates *t '

\ PUBLISHED nT to its former high standard ex- 0 temperance; and what was It? Hold '
,. ... TRill KISSIMMEUS! VALLEY OAZKTTB, !I 1 cellence. In fact he is showing a tendency + 4. 00. + 0060_+.. ... .. your sides folks get ready, to "larf,

KIBSIMMBK.EVERY FRIDAY,FLORIDA to .make it better than ever.-' ,. Those Funny New Words. for the word that they chose as the .:
Melbourne 'Times. When the' people adopted best of the '
A. temperance out many thousands was 0''.,
and Manager The Senate refused x- by "a close vote Editor The'' Gazettes i I\said on the subject of drainage. There the new word "Scofflaw" as a termto "ban-bug! Whoopee, lent that I

. Secretary K. O. VANS and AONEW.Treasurer io Joan the Northwestern farmers Concerning the subject of drainage''Is' more to it than just digging ditch be applied to the violators of the great Imagine how shriveled up :a'

seventy-five million dollars. In theory to which reference was made':last es. ,: "OUTSIDER." Eighteenth Amendment they stirredup good! citizen will feel when some red r .
Nl'Rll'RIPTIORATICII! that I Is all right, but in practice week transpiring since that --x the rummies mightly.. As might nosed( boozer calls him a "banbl "
One Copy, One Yea'.............!> 00 !
One COP)'. Mix 'Month........... 1.00 I it's all wrong, for the government article was written cmphaslze the val.I I I TO, THE FATHERS AND MOTHERS -" be expected the "wets" countered' by This word like the former one:,, ts
One Copy, 'Three Month.......... .'0 '1
name' the folks
for "dry" made of well
tbe who COUNTYI inventing a two known
does' provide for a way whenever \tie of drainage for the man OF OSCEOLA up ,word*.
Entered at th. pontofflce at Kleelmme manufacturing interests demand pro would undertake to grow "truck" asa I I I After going over thousands of suggested Can is "a public proclamation
*. Florida. a_* aecond-clus_ .-matter.-) tection. Why play go
thorlcrd AU communication corrpupondents except must from b. eltfiled au-_ the guise of collecting revenue with this being true a casual investigationwill quite a number of boys and girls bigot." This is, a compound word and some. ,person; or thDC..4! ;bug Ie-

by the writer. one class of business and refuse the convince! the skeptical there come before me each year, and it is can be- analyzed. According to the (well, lay, if there's any one, present

R"''d I mutter called will for.Foreign .be returned ..11I other class with the cry of "social need be, nothing, done except, to talk a perplexing question to know what dictionary a spigot is "a pin or peg that don't know'what'''' a bug Is without i

Ism?" God help us when we hear the : to some of the growers the n1ell .who is' best to do with them. My greatest used to stop the vent, in a cask." It consulting the dictionary holdup I
THE AMERICAN Advertletnc ASSOCIATION R<-pre> ntetl_ U I I "distress call";of one and turn a deaf know:' by, experience.If . I'.desire is to put them on. the right is sometimes used a. a term for tau your band. Ahem I don't ,see .a.y
the other. No what it road that will lead them to be better'men'and I cet. A bigot is defined as "a hands all
ear to matter one will stop a moment to con- *'' person so we know what bugs
THURSDAY MARCI 27, 1924 involves because justice ii- the first!!' sider he will be surprised to find that women. intolerant of opinions conflicting wit, > arel I Well, put the words together
- duty of government.. i: the subject of/drainage! means more j Are you a father or mother? If his own, in politics or morals. Who and it Is clear that "ban- I '" simPly

4 Paved streets. -- .. i 4 4.x than digging ditches and in 'writing''you are, what kind,, of a father or'hia I' intolerent about a epigc-tT! Tho means a proclamation of edict I

It '.\ MAN HIS WIFE AND on the subject we may just as well mother are you l' F/or nearly everyman whiskcyites hover around it 'more against bugs! If that's all they i

Improved lake front. REGULAR ADVERTISING commence at the beginning. Every' is the ideal of .tome, bey. Most ,than anybody else! They draw their have against the temperance, folks,
:Iiti fathers are saints in tlio"eyes of their inspiration from itThey will! break I'
is well satisfied
have person in the community vitally 'they may jolly be .' Ev.,
iti Few merchants ,
Improved water and !light plant really a proper ''
II appreciation of what advertising concerned in this matter and will be. boys. Dear old dad may be" crook; any law of the land to get 'a pull at cry farmer and 'citrus grower Is a
t, Kissimmce is on the up'. gradeU- means to them. A writer in an exchange more or less utrl'ctf'd( by its success why a crook is Some fellow. If dad'It. and .lire' intolerant of any attemptto "ban-bug; for '
failure. is is a murderer,, it is all right to mur- check the flow of it. "Spigot-bigot""
watch her go-and grow. aptly put it this way: If 4, The initial' essential for They dust and ip iy. '
-x: his wife all of us' to make a careful survey of dvr; or if a dad Is a moral degenerate, is more truly dscriptive of a boozer And sweat and pray. ,
One touch of paved streets in rainy man spoke to only once a that is the kind of life, That
month months she ourselves and then drain from our than of any other creature under the And day by day '
weather Is worth the year's' cost-If, wouldn't or recognize every, two his [,'oi e. Yet heads And minds envy, malice,, jealousy ,ij what the boy thinks,the,flame with sun. It really seems that the "wets"wer Keep bugs away. /' )
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you have the' price x: : some business men advertise once a selfishness and any other ..Ie--\ l'I the girls and that is what they\ will not satisfied with the name they The housekeepers too ban.ish .'- !

A,visit to a meeting of the 'Chamber month or every t two months and th'en I ment that would seem to obstruct the fight for. Just be around .metimc chosen, Tor they issued another call ,a great variety of !, -

of Commerce will con'vlncc"any wonder why they'don't get: more busi current of progress and thus get 'in when some tactless, fellow says something for suggested names and about thirty I angelic cockroach to boardlnq''heu

one that there'are a few boosters left ness. Advertise every day. Remember tune with each other. There is no unkind about dadxOT: mother, i if thousand were' turned, in out-of which'I. rimex lectularls the
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better place in which to cultivate real you want to See the /fur ,fly., Wi :>: the :1'
in Kissimmee. "The used key, is always bright. terror. Take two word, "spigot-:
I I i should l sot! For" Vine; *> could not win they voted for Wilson,
Tho store that tells the-public what it brotherly love than one of the several -('I say no e .m bigot" and "ban-bug"'and hold them
The "wobblios," otherwise, I. W. Sunday schools in the city as it is 'pcror, not even a general ever, lived doing just what Bryan did. right side '' side down '
is doing every day is the store that up or up. pinch,
W., seem to be indigenous to California xets there in the end. (here the"old and'young of both sexes' who, in the mind of the average boy In' the Nebraska primary Bryan got shake' taste and smell thorn and youwill .

climate. They arrest them, out :II: are brought together under conditions' ,is as great as dad. Well.'ft: .IEO.. 31,000 votes, 10,000 more than Clark be convinced that the rummies

there if they are suspicious looking.. THE SIDE OF THE ROAD"PROJECT that at least, tend to, develop the best But dad has a most important- responsibility got and 4.000 more than any other foozled: when'they were invented. j
:I howl j| because of Ms greatness. Nebraska delegate got. The Nebraska
IS NOW DEFUNCTIf in our natures. Try 'it and see .
There is one advantage dwelling it works Time and events move in'1 Ilie I owes it to the boy' to be anal state convention which met soon "Misinformed '

in the small cities-you do not hove you sit in by the, sHe of cycles |I man. And she owes it to the daughter after the Baltimore convention approved She said her\dad ''

.. to be next door! to a murder or chance hold-: the road and watch, the people go by, It has not been rainy,years since to be a real mother. He ewer''it Bryan's course. Who else hasa Was a retired millionaire. >, ,:n

up every few days, and bottcV the you'll soon. nod! in your chair at the Kissimmee was frequently referred to Ito him to'refrain from 8wearir.2''around right! to criticize it? So I went in to chat awhile. '
live should be
to' longer x whir of the wheels while sll't'pins tis the city where things were done (,' home, to deal gently and kindly William Jennings Bryan has never Now I am sad

The tourist camp in this city is mak- the straining, eye; :you'll have little to and was used as an example for of her I[ with the family, to ever give atI broken instructions either from, a primary Because the old lad was

ing numerous boosters for Kissim-! do from the'rise of the nun till it sinks I cities to follow, and while there is no I I tention to his dress and his table or from a convention. Lake Up and kicked me out through the

mee, and when the promised improve in the hazy west except to loll in on !I adver-sity. manners for like dud, like the boy. j Wales Highlander. stile.
ments are made cVery visitor will easy chair nnd test and rest and rest. j Dad ought to"trj' to'play the game

have a good word to soy for 'The It Is better by far to stand in the j lure' that governs the universe and so.:.ion the square, for however he playu .. ... .. .-- '
Sociable City." road and wave down the pas ing !, the cycles are unwound from the reel j i it, to the mind of the boy it is all

--Y'- throng then speak as they stand of 1 of time we may take new courage right. He ought to be honorable and I

Ed. B. McLean,, the Washington the excellent land\ that very sc'dom and pros forward ,in the quest for I clean' leave off drinking:, and bad

millionaire publisher is fortunate in goes. wrong* They'll admire your ] beter things. The writer believes 'habit, because his habits are' v fCI 1 .... ,. .. }

that he had the mOLt favoiuble time pluck and sometime your luck will that' a new era in opening up for us I! likely to become* the boy's habits 1 IV- .
imaginablo, to adm!. that he told lie. locate the men that tell don't !land
a you ; hopes to be able to inspire a spirit -( ter on. You have' seen sons <* ,
Such a little sin is so easily overlooked sit i$ in a'house by the side of the road I of optimism and happiness inthoso" ihunkards. Many' times they becom\ :

i in the.present! shuene.x -but get out in the road and yt.U.-- I I who may have become discouraged. !drunkards and no doubt they thought( *.. Strout Farm Agency Moved d '

x Palatka. N"ews. i The world has been built .I largely on i because dad drank it wassail right
The government has, receive! this '<-- ., j
human wrl'clnge-and: JthercXvill 111wa's"be for them to tliink. How many criminals
I month more than 00,000,000:} in irit RECOGNIZE. 1O1tJC !
come taxes. The collections FOR' YOU >ERE YOUNG- more or less! failure of anticipations I }have bona who- likewise become 'We have opened our office"' next door to the Chamber of Commerce }

I to reach almost a half are billion; expected ONCE AND LIKED IT yet after all is said'and done I criminal, ? The number would sjrprise in the Merchants Farmers Bank building so that you can reach
success will crown the efforts or youv us more easily to ]list your property with us.
by the close of the month. A' few ))0 you 1< of boys: and girls of those who,are faithful to the end and I|I Every dad ought to be a' brother Our April."Kissimmee Valley Farm Bulletin" will be issued. in about

fellows evidently have not yet' invested your acquaintance? do not become, disheartened and drop nnd pal to his boy, and this means 10 days and if you want to sell your property list it with us. It will ::

:::0 in non-taxible I._securities.' This inquiry Is addressed to men i j j by the ,wayside. Thus when we consider much more than it appears. < He J be and described should be in sold this to bulletin one of and them.will Only go to property 6QOO interested that is priced prospects low

Many expressions of approval are and women who have reached their j I the welfare of the men who has 'I should bo the sort 'of roan that he enough (fo be attractive will be listed in this bulletin as apace i*
heard regarding the fine beIng majority and who have made a place 'put his all in an attempt 'to make an would like to have hia eoa, "come. : limited.- ,
program -
for themselves in the community. All honest living let write in effort But there wtOteat ( .* CITY PROPERTY IS
put on by Mnnager..Jordan of the us an | are boys e ather ,, WANTED for this Issue of bur bulletin. Let
Casino theatre. Our visitors well too few can answer that they do. to assist him in making a' success of who are'driftlng: on theytreet I us have your listings.LET '
as I '
as residents here are movie.'"fans,** They don't 'give boys and girls they his venture by encouraging any project will admit that the llitu t...* *.'Acute.: .] r US HANDLE YOUR RENTS-We have calls for homes almost

and! enjoy an evening spent at Kis- [know, the ,friendly nod as they t pass that will benefit! him and the ,I The c 4i ori.Kas a.,heart and>ki.'heart ;Ii dally from good tenants. .

simmee's popular show house. I them on the street. It i snot because community ,in general. Money, thus :i,i goes out to the yeuth.,but..TI.;if 'going -''' OUR MOTTO: "KISSIMMEE VALLEY IS ,BEST"I .

;( II .h'" i they' .'don't, i"want, to speak. 'It-ii due expended well jnveRt d'? and will 4 I. to look ,after the boy, the,boys of thank you. , r i>
'jl (>, ; f',
;. i three"thousend'dofare for atree payj I carelessness !I D..f1rml of h oplmon 1 that an tide would release them on profeatlen. j' GREINER ,;:',,: F//.< I

ingl lastTucsdaymThisfmcans11! that !Howl" many v ill Ircsolvejlicrelj'an quote district drainagesystem will'do |ttfdjSnyYgood ,,\unless you -take U Will I 7 .)" KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ',-' i < ;%;
city will soon have a total of sitxy- now never to pass a boy or girl from: more good P'for"'th' entirecommunity, terest? If'you have no bey."of.; your <-frCC<- I

nine thosand dollars' worth of paved this day forth; without some sign of than. any other contemplated improvement I own, !see the court'.some day;. a.may 'UUo-tOn.u.u"aaoo"ooo.oaOO"O'"D'HO'. ''' I

Florida are reaUing 1 the ,value of what it means to the youngsters. hopes that the project will be II j of some real l bright,, intelligent 14 . ,
good city streets.-Sanford Herald. You can if you will go back in your pushed: through to an early comple I to whom kindly advice mar CUR a -

XL book of memories and recall th:_ days tion. I I successful career Surely it is worth ,

And when you attend one of those of your childhood. O, yes, a great steal more can bc''I the effort. T. L..COMER. 4 I r

enjoyable get-together, Affairs pulled Uemember'the man or the woman ... - -_ __:;.. ____ I
off by the various churches you arc who always "knew" you ? To ,thU day - - -- -- ----- ----- -- I B'R nwrvPHARMty,

convinced that the men of Kissim- you have a -very fond remembrance of President Chad home put "grit" in "It is in me and It shall eerie out." I THE[ !

mee are good fellows, four square those persons who were never too i place of his lost lung and worked: :'Jyarj said Sheridan when told that tee would

with the best interests of the town busy never too engrossed! with their after his funeral had been never make an orator as he had fail I

and section at heart. If you are not own affairs to' recognize you with a planned., ed-in his first speech in, parliament. :F'X R
Attending one of the men's classes on nod of the head a wave of ,I the handor Henry Taucelt put "grit" in place lIe became known as one ef the I S5i TPI3010TE

Sunday you are certainly slighting a ftmile. You Know how their word of eyesight and ,become the greatest most, orators of the day. rote-// _

:yourself.'x of encouragement helped you along Postmaster General Englon.J'er --J< : = '
.v .. when you thought your burdens were WHO SAID IT, CLAUDT : 41
W. B. Harris,! for twentyeightyears hcaVy. You know that tcrogni- had."I --
your "
eal1'tit. U impossible
manager of The Kissimmee tlon made fuel} that < a Kissimmee! did a wise thing to vote For
you joii were o foiled lieutenant to Alexander. "Be Quality-Service
the school
new district bonds last
: Saturday
Valley Gazette has :
his interest some importance in the world after "' shouted the
gone, conquering Macedonian : .
enabling their local trustees
In that ,
to H.
paper 1NCl'l., all and a new
recently gave you grip on your "there is
one of the editors 'of the Sanford Her- nothing impossibleto and the county schoM,board to make
self.Don't i him who will, try." long needed additions .
eld. One good man succeeds another. slight the 'boys and girls who to their school -- - -- --
It is i The world admires the man who building equipment. Where the children
good news to learn that Mr. Harris are going to he the men and womenof :. _
will remain in Kissimmee whole the community a few years h nce., never flinches fropi unexpected Tliffi are looked after'the community .n 10I .
Is culties; who calmly and usually is safe for the I
r he so well and favorably known Give them a boofct. Speak to them. patiently future. Kij-
} Moses Folsom in Times-Union. It makes no difference if 'you don't courageously grapples with his fate; simmee is only following'a good example :. -r' s IF,YOU TAKE A PRIDE .
x know their name. Tlio- who dies,"if need be, at his post. While Ret by St. Cloud some time ago.
point is'Speak. :
,: Assistant Secretary of War Roose .-Ex. digging among the ruins of Pompeii I And now it looks like we will have to 'ii in your fine big car, then be

; ; velt testified before the investigating -, -- -- x---- ,-_ which was buried by the dust and ash i consider 'deling thu same thing over i equally particular about
e. ,committee that, he requested Sinclair GRIT AND COMMON: SENSE es from an eruption of Vesuvius, A. I again soon as our town is growing I the repair -,

., to give his brother, Archie: a job, IS NECESSARY TO SUCCESS D. 79, the workmen found the skeleton i so fast that the' school attendance I 3'e 1 work that'goes! into I It. We

which favor.was granted. The'salary ---- of a Roman soldier in' the sentry i will soon -outgrow even our,now high : '' o' are accustomed to making repairs -
yt .., .. was $10,000 for the first year and Grit and common sense-these two box at one of the city's gates. He school building just bein? completed.And i r I Ic

'C $15,000 for the second: All of which elements-will carry a'man; to victory might have found safety under ,sheltering ;yt'tlomc KU immee folks unkindly ..,.. ,on fine costly cars worth'

was sensible/ fair and legitimate, but on any battle field rocks close by but in the face nmatk now < nd then, ''Oh, St. :. .r I '- thousands of dollars and your
n ..: the 'size of the salary-exceeding .that "Our greatest glory U not in never of certain death he maintained the Cloud is only an old folks! town." But : 'l
work will be
$ $ of a cabinet officer for the two years falling, but in rising every time we ceaseless vigilance and fidelity which these old folks haw a !lot cf Young i well taken care

r ,for a mere boy "indicates there is fall."-Goldsmith. made the Roman legionaries mastersof fters in tho family-and they all have ,.: of here. Better see us first!

e something in a name after all. "The barriers are not vet erected the known woild. |to' go to 8l'hoo-Rt.! Cloud Tribune. '"
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F - which shall say to aspiring talent, I "Clear" and ;"common sense" always :It -
frlend- i MONROE
li Our good "Bill" Harris has 'Thus far and no farther'."-Bettho-: command respect. It is those BRYAN INSTRUCTIONS I THOMAS'' GARAGE .
rid his interest in The I .
qualities which achieve and - : 18 EMMETT
I':. Valley Gazette after guiding the' des ven."Let fortune empty her whole quiver body admires achievement. In every the Bryan is occasioally criticized for : PHONE 47'<< \ STREET.-
pt tinies of that paper for twenty-eight voting for Wilson at the PHONE, 71CadysC.
f. on me. I have a soul that, like an strife of parties and principles, back- Baltimore .- .
years, all of which time it was devoted ample shield convention though Nebraska had 'inBtructea - -
can take all, and verge bone without brains will carry against !. --
Jo the interests of Klssinime, enough for more.-Dryden. brains without backbone. You ror Clark. Bryan' voted 13

r Osceola county and the state of "There's a brave fellow! There's a not, by can- times for Clark, evcen though Clark's C. R.-The
r tying an opinion to a man's taking six bottles
Florida.' Editor Harris and is'not satisfied
i has ,
been voted
managers .
one man of pluck. A man'who'. against Bryan for: "
not tongue make
him will
{ J of the' faithful members of the the representative: temporary chairman money _be refunded. A remedy for Consumption: Asthma
State afraid
t- to say his ,say though the of that opinion. At the close of and voted -Ferei,
iR Press Association and even: though whole town \ any i against the Morgan Ryari-'Belmont Coughs, Colds That Distressing Cough of Pneumonia
against him."Longfel battle for principles, his will Cough of ,Measles
ta ; he may be out of the game now, he name be resolution put in" by : Whooping Cough 'Catarrh Sore: Throat
! ", low."When found neither among the dead nor Bryaitr which Croup, ,Bronchitis, I'a '.TonIc'arid'rQody ''
, r be a welcome' visitor +l; future you get i into a tight place, wounded but among the missing. passed the* convention1. by: vote.! foui builder. ,15% Alcohol, ''for. a solvent Purely9;Vegetable'No

meetings should' he' find convenient and everything goes against you till Lincoln: to one. When Bryan saw Clark.could 12 .t. Bottle.-'l&OO. Ask, ( Dope,. ,
to attend. lie host of being asked by an anxious not be nominated : your *; He Will:ask his Jobber 'Sen/ '
r'w hasa., friends it,.seems ,as if you could not hold out visitor he voted"for andwlil'Jked for free ::
what he .
R would do booklet giving'directions
among the newspaper'men of the minute after threeor for Wilson. .' by four high authorities _
I. longer! never give up then four if Men I.. thU( on treatment of ;.
'r ,'tate and all are wishing him well! in for that's just the place, and time that not subdued years the rebellion'' were state who are' now critlsJring 7aq I, Tuberculosis.' ,: .r'
;: *1I of hU future undertakings. His the ,tidell turn."-Harriett Beecher alternative replied: 'The- is no for doing this were sent to the same .

l ?r successor, If., A* Neel, formerly with Stowe.. W 1"- ,4 ':Y-.J. 'away." bat to keep vpeggin. : convention in 1912 instructed. for CADY-PARKER MEDICINE CO., ,Inc.WAYCBOSS .' .',
1. Underwood: but when' they MW he .'' JI
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*9 East 1605 and run thence North to a f Southeast quarter (SEU) of the Soup 'feat the-term-of Filial Decree entered I--Florida via .n
point feet
North Northeast
and 110S.S feet east fall 1qauuaartter of the Southeast corner of the Nine quarter(I), Township.Twentyfive.. (SRU). In Section. on bhNtI'ul' tn of>> February A. D, of Section Fourteen (It). In
FORECAST Northeast to the terms of Township Twenty-five (If South of
quarter9 said Section 16: South of Range Thirty : )
thence South (*0) Bast. said Final JDecree. I shall offer for sale Range Twenty-nine
il degrees85/ minutes I ALSO I (set East Said
I '})Vest 178 feet to the rlKht-of.way I of H.Klnnlng- a point Sixty (CO) and sell at public outcry for cash In I I I aale to occur on the 7th day of ApriLI
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- hand to the highest bidder the Interest .,, A. n 1114. to-wlt: on the Rule Day In
I said.; thence Southwesterly along; the cornerhetSou l of said Respondents, as said Int.". I April between the legal hours of aale,
FORPOURTHWEEK'INMARCH right of way of the Atlantic tloji Nine Set appeared at the date of the mortgage I''at the front door of the Courthouse
( ) In Twent '
Coast Line Railroad Company to a five (III) 'Routh Townablp ) reclosed. In the above styled In Klsslmmee. Florida. -
point due West of the point of beg-In- East and of Rings Thirty. <20) cause to-wlt: April let. tote or any]I Dated thla let day of March A. D.
I nine: thence. Rust to the point of .... ty. (10) from thence run North Thlr. time thereafter. In the following d.|I 114. KL.I.18 .... DA Vis.
I I or ginning less,, containing You 20.55 acres, more Labia East Degree Tohopekaliffa East to the thence msrffln In of a scribed property located In Osoeola 11-61 Special Master In Chanoery.

-- I II' to be mid appear are In hereby the above commanded entitled Southeasterly direction along said _. - .,..-- -, ---- -. .
mara-ln to a point due North of ---- -- ---' - -
(By Clara Biasell) March 31-Monday.-; This Is an ex'celient cease 124. on Witness the Ith thai day Honorable of Mav. A.C. P.O. corner Forty (40)of rod East of said Northeast a pelnt I .

March 27-Thursday. Planetary Influences -1' ,day in which 'to transact business and Andrews as Judgof.. the above Court I (NW 4)) of Southwest said Northwe.t'qu..r..r quarter (SWtt). J 'Th.
my name Clerk
thereof this mpscoxi
on thence South 1 .
favor tilling; of the 'soil and to the South linn of Lot .
professional and day. of February. A. D 124. Two (2). thence West alone said \
promise success through all regular Literature pursuits are mereanUI.'j I Clerk J. U OV ERHTR EET. "! line to the point of beginning South con {
o f the,above Court.
routine duties today; also giving 'vorable influences which bring them JOHNSTON(Cir nit Court* QARRKTT.Seal) 'I, laming ALSO: Beginning Seven (7) at acres center, more of or Section less ) afar* and Cltaptl Licensed Fmeral KredwHigh ,
strength to the age. to Nine (.) running thence North about .
successful 'I.. e. These Kissimmee, Florida 12-10t .
aspects i>L Three Hundred and Thirty (ISO) Yard. .
March 2ft-Friday. Danger lurks give to such individuals sound and NOTICB OF APPLICATION to Iake. thence returning point of I -OHSeeapart A Jfa..e, $",...'10.-, $___ 1. l......,

this day in risky'adventun.. Reck*I IlesMiefcs [logical judgment nERD'FOR TAX Two hearlnnlnir Hundred and run thence West about Xvenae AU '. __ : ,
I I NOTICB 18 t and Twenty <220) Yard
thought of speech will be I Iw April Tuesday. Pursue the or. 8 T. Thacker.HKKKur purchaser: OlVK of Tax N1 That Cor. Twenty thence North(UO) about Yard. Two to Lake Hundred, and Kial". "... Gads'11mbslaiwiSslria it Call
tinoate No. 12(., thence
regretted. Letter writing should be dlnary routine !' dated the End day of .nEI1"t..rIYdlr"otion
affairs this along themennder
day. Conditions July A. D. 1917. and Tax line Oiliest I4. PHONES Residence: TS '
of the '
delayed until afternoon when tho influences No. ttl, dated the said Lake to a point where
are indifferent without. any D. Ith day c..rtlllcat.1 the line flrkt In description drawn.
1921 baa sled said .. .,
become kindly and prove.sat. marked change. I(taffies I and has made application, far the Intersect Lake. Vjth the meander line of .
isfactory. The evening of thin day April 2-Wednesday.. Varied activities deed Said to certificates Issue In .accordance embrace the with fol a holt (12H) acres of about the East Twelve: end and of
promises success to all forms of en. are Indicated for 'lowing described situated In lot Numbered. Two (2) In- Section
this day Speculations :Osceola County. /. r.i.tyio w1U Nine (", Township Twenty-five (25)
tertaining: to, theaters and public should be avoided. Eratlc Lob 1. 3. and 4 to 8 Inclusive- I: and Inld Houth sale of Ranaro Thirty (20) Bast
gatherings. Traveling is. under pro. mental conditions will be observed. Lot Hub-division 10 .Block of C,Lots of Woodall! A Uovles April A. 1). 1914.occur to-wlt on the on 7th the day Rule-of
SI. 51 67 and 68
:. pitlous directions. : The latter of F. t, .* I. : Hay In April. between the legal hour
the Company Addition to
part of day'will be the Klealmmee'Cli of sale, at the front door of the Court
March 29! Saturday. The trend of better and the evening time best of 1111I. and K: ibo In ft.Tax of Certificate N. 140 ft No Of house door In Klsalmmee; Florida.

'thought this day is sluggish and will all, since Venus lends her kindly Block 24 City., Patrick'In Tax. Addition to KIsrelminie u 24 hated. this let MILTON day of PLKDOKR.March: A. D.

be noticeable in activities of nil diacrlptions. !graces tQ social 'affairs. Danger Is in I 153. Certificate No. 12-Kt Special Master In Chanceryor .
The said. land benc| asftoased at the
A general. indisposition romance. I date of Issuance of aald certificate In NOTIl'1C SPECIAL MASTER'S
will be apparent Children born the name of Unknown and Mr. hnra SALE .
between March 19 Rummera.. Unlcan said certificate shall In the Circuit Court for the Seven
March 30-This day; is under the and April 20 are subjects of Aris. he redeemed according to law tex teenth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In ,,

beneflc aspect of planets and will, They ambitious, energetic gener-i day deed of will March.Issue A.D.1924 thereon 'on the 29th and Jessie for It Osceola Alford,County.Complainant.In Chancery Vfl. M.i i LvA/ hone or mule Is'like. an' cagialti .'

prove an auspicious time. Clergymen bus, and.reliable; courageous and de-1 1 Clerk.T u ovKRsrnnKT.Circuit!' Court.: V. Hoyer of# al. Hesnondents.Notion of Muster'Fore.closure i / Its feed is the fuel that makes the

will And their words most inspiring! termined. They ire natural pioneers 11-ot Osceola County, Florida Hale. Notion la hereby, Driven by theundersigned / power. Ever think of that? Old Beck
under these directions. Good will and I and successful: leaders. ,Their weakness I ELECTION tq Special carry Master out ,.the heretoforeappointvd. terms of. Sweet Feed makes power" -strength---
harmony will be found In,. friendly lies in pnorLAWAT'O"f Final Decree entered on ''the Kth dviof -endurance.As .
Ugh '
temper and
ever Under and by virtue. ot'the powervested February! A. D. 192 that pursuant
gatherings. I zealous enthusiasm. In us we, .tho und"r..lKn<'d. do to the terms of said Finn I Decree. I a business
_, herebv announce. nrncl1m and declare shall offer for Mile and sell nt public man, you can easily
-- -- -------- I. that an 'electionlll.. be held at the. outcry, for cash In hand, to, the hljch- .d ''t see that it is poor economy to buy 20
'" I City Hall In tho City of Klsslmmi-e est bidder, he Interest of said lieponOenta p
JUDGE CARTER HEADS THE Florida, during the ideal, hour of vo'- a. said Interest appeared at bags of "cheap" feed or straight
i "CORNER DRY GOoDSSTO.RE Inir the 2Mh day of March. A.D., the date of the mortgage foreclosed In grain when 15 of '
bags Old
STATE LAWYER'S BODY! I f.'to the purpose of electln a I the above styled cause, to-wlt: Sep Beck will
Sam Story says that straw hat time ", City, Commissioner of the City of Kla- lember.Olh, 1911. or any time there- ,' give you better results and keep your
tIn' niter In the I
moo, to for following described
serve three beRlnnlna prop 4
Judge John H. Carter of Marianne is here,'and he trajj-Jlt to know, as he on the first years Anrll; arty In UHcrola County Florida vhf ,. ,) teams in better shape.,
.was elected president the Florida has' A. It |f>24, and .ending on tho first All of Lot Forty-seven (47) of the /
purchased an unueuall3large, Tuesday In April, A. IX 1927. to nil a Florida. Lend' & Improvement Com a- Many team owners in this have
State'' Bar Association and other of.ileerl stock which be is selling just a. close 'I Ivncnncv to l>. canned by- the explrsUonof n),'.. Addition to the Town. of Kisafinniee ,
the trrfntnt offlo of..t.R.GOberhas, City,' Oaceoln. County, Florida stopped experimenting., They feed
were named at the closing session II'poBllble' for quality goods. Thera .fine. of the City Cnmmlssloner And ALPO. : Bash half 'of the Noitheantnunl 11 Old Beck after
year and
of the seventeenth annual meet. Is e c do hereby appoint John HcPhntterand (or of Section 6. Township 25. year save
no of going out of'town for E. ft- Van AiTlew" ,and II N. Urutton South of Kantce 28 hest: except, the money.
ing Saturday; night at the Tampa Bay uptodate''straW'1' hats. His line of as Inspectors" and Pant I* fullowlnn" : Kevin at the Northenrt corner /
Jr. ns Cletlc. to conduct said election. of Maid Northeast quarter and. run i We've
hotel. blue work shirts are selling at prewar I IN 1MTNKRH W"I".REOO'. we have llunco South\ SAO Yards, thence Weep I. convinced ourselves that no /
The other officers include: Herman pricf'B'rid he hereund at't our hands a* City dom 440 yards; thence North 70 yards: other feed can equal Old Beck.
I has your size In ,,I mliHloner.K; of. the Cit'"".of Klvstmmeeand '""nt''' Kurt 320.yftr.I.: the' re North r ,f,'.//
Ulmer, Jacksonville secretary; !'. S. stock cntt ed the rest of acid City to be Ado )'aria; thence \\'.' 110 yards: Tfctt's why we sell it. We belkve ia /'
I I I I heiounuVr offli-d: attested by' the Cltv thence North 2ZO yards: thence East r', !$ it. You will too.
May Jacksonville, treasurer and the For the ladies he has some remarkably Msn.rer, this Slat "'1i,- of T'ehr. "aryA 220 ..:;'dn.ron the place of Ix'Klnnlnfr. 49nrri ; ,
following vice-presidents, one for low l f). 194. A. 8. aiLBJCRT.n leKS Bald snio to occuron
priced ready-to-wear unler-' Mb "t: !-In'or-Cnonmt"lonR''. the 7th day of April. A. I). 1824. to- r4 Corns to '.&;)
each circuit: I garments in all the desired shades .. n r>r> 1ITR(1.. \\'. 1'I'HROSS. wit. on the Rule Day In April betnetnho / tee us. .
I City >lanes City Cnmminalnntf legal hours of sale, at the front ..?1
Filet 1 A. G. Campbell; 'Second, and colors, while his line cf \'oilell| H.f.. K.VTZ. dnor of the Courthouse In Klialmmee. ,

Judge Glen Terrell; Third, J. H. Johnson : and linens Is.. specially attractive and'at '! Cltv Commissioner FlorMn.Tinted. .. .
ideal of City of Rlslmmceil-Ot this 1st Mn'ch AD CASH FEED CO
;' Fourth Thomas B. Adams; prices that will plt'ue.the econcm-.j' -- .' 1X24 JOHN H. ('AOFJI.. / / s j
1TIIK CIHllll' COLKT KTKUMIl ..a'", ,,. 13-rt Special' Master In Chancery. #
Fifth, I* W. Duval. Sixth,. M. A. Mc- ical buyer. I I JtUiCIAt KKI: >IT UK ---- DISTRIBUTORSPHONE

,Mullen, Seventh, James W. Perkins. ; 1\ A visit to the Corner Dry Goods |I COl.Ml.KI.OIIIUV |.N AMI FOIL UOCKOL.A ROTICH ci !srnrni.!M4I.M M.\STKH-" /

Eighth A. V. Lang; Ninth, H. II. store will make you a "trade-at-home ('. i'. Chippie. Complainant vs. LI da In the Circuit Court of the Seven !x.wa.n.r 12
Wells G Edwin '-1':. Manner widow, C. F'. Turner and l teenth Judicial Circuit of Florida Ity tcwM02GAA
Tenth Walker booster
because .
; ; you can see and examine ; Mabel '1''I'n..rl h.. Alfa. Robtrt War and for Onceoln County, In Chancery # W
Eleventh, At J, Rose; Twelfth, R.. A. your purchases and the prIce Ing and Isabel L. Waring hi* wife L Mmrdalcno A.'Cvnns, a widow.. ComDlnlnant. B-J
H. McCaivy and Hucel .( his vs.' J. W. Miller. ..... et al.
Henderson, jr.; Thirteenth, N. B. K.BettinaIII will compare most favorably with j V. H. Wood unmarried Bank of Resnnudents: Foreclosure! of MortnaKe. i
: Fourteenth, Rivers 11. Bu- mall order houses. If .iuraose: ' Tiust Company a Florida ,Notice of Mnnter's; Sale. Notice la here
you are I :.'k'far& corpoiatlon I w. \. Cramer, h, "" by the undersigned Special
ford; Fifteenth C. 1-;. Ceilings worth; : try it once, anyway. I unturned Lillian Itay lirune and C. aster, heretofore appointed, to carry Y
'. .... t
\\ 1$ u. her husband. Respondents
Sixteenth, II. II. Duncan; Seventeenth FOnKt'Lo"HK ----'- .__-_ ._ --
George P. Garrett; Eighteenth /I BOSWORTII TRAVELER.IS SAILOR. Notice OTICH Is UK hereby MAHIKU'It given that SALE under .. ri

Dewey Dye. PAINTER. and by virtue of a final decree rendered -
AUTHOR. D1RECTo"RNotf'd herein on the I5lh day of June A.
Four members of the executive
II. 1922. by the Honorable C. O.. Ant
committee elected w"ere: E. P. Axtell, dr....., Judge: of the Circuit Court ol
Player Has Colorful Role In Florida In ChanceryIn certain
Jacksonville; George P. Raney, Tampa the Palace of the cause therein, wherein; C. pa Whlpple ,

; W. W: Hampton, Gainesville; King. was widow complainant C, .... Turner and and Llda Mabel K. Mosher Turner Its; our aim' to carry. at all times the

Arm-stead Brown Miami.The .' Ms wife Robert Warlnrc and Isabelle ; very
L Waringhi* miff, L. li. ).":Care,.. and *
closing session took the formof Descendant of the Puritan*, sailor; Hasel McCarcy.. his wife W.' H. Wood. in'all

a smoker fnformal except for the world-traveler, author and last of all, Company unmarried.a Hank Florida of Oranit Banking and corpora Trust 'best goods lines that money can buy. ,

detail of electing officers to serve the one of the most.talented of actors llon. W. A. Cramer, unmarried, Lillian
i iitay'Brun. and C. W. Uruns, her husIbaiid. Our Merchandise will stand the and
association during the' ensuing organization that is'Howard Bosworth, known for!) were respondents: I. OardneiiMhvrman .test, we stand
year. While many members his work on the screen all over.the the underalKned 'spiclal man I '
lier In chAiicvry, In compliance with the
'of the body departed Saturday world, Bosworth plays; the ro'e of I!1 prnvlslon of the Bald final decree ready. to back UP every claim the make. We. invite
General will on the 7th day of April. A. l>. .. .. ,
evening for their homes, the majority Mendoza 'Emmett Flynn'sj I 11924, between the -val hours of sale I '

of the convention party remained for I first Goldwyn picture, "In the Palaceof !i I House In front In of Klsftimmee.the entry Osceola of the County Court I comparison .of prices on the same quality of merchandise

the closing sessions -Tampa Tribune. the King," the com'ngr attractionat Florida offer and exposo for sale and I ,
will' aell to the highest and best Uldder I I _
the Casino Theatre Monday March for cash the following described real

FRANCIS BROWN IS DROWNED 31, only. He has a colorful and ap and Lot pemnnal Numbered property one, t(-r.lti..o (2), I II . w '.

pealing role and acts it masterfully. 'three (S) and four (4) of Block one I .'
Late Monday afternoon, Francis hundred and sixty-one (Kl). accdiJ.Injr -
It is contribution
a to screen .art to the Pint of .the Town of St.
Brown age 26, of Campbell Station, Blanche Sweet plays the lead. t I K'luact, tiled In the offlco of the Clerk of J : Note Specials for

was' drowned in Shingle creek and hi, This is only one of the many great 'tho COURt Circuit. rlorldn.Court and In recorded and fur Ihxx-ulu. Oar \

body was not recovered until Wc ne.- picture Jordan | Together with the furniture and .
plays that Manager j J
I fixtures HS per lice Inxmtoiy stated
day morning.Brown has contracted for and he will have and Inched to the "1'llflnal'mnrtlfalC",
accompanied by E. E. Bron- ,: recorded Itook Q, page
many treats cf like character to pre 210, of the Public Rrcorda of UsceomI Saturday and
ton, with whom he had been making sent the movie fans of Kissimmee. I II County. Florida. MondayGAZE i
his home I I t1.-\HUF.R PfIER1fAN,
started to the creek to get I Hrieclnl; Master In Clianccry

some fish from a trap net which they I'; The little school friends of Bprton I Iifill I, NF.WFI.L Solicitors. &fur: UOYtlt;
Cumplnlnnnt. 13-Ct
had net the night Ivcfore. When they: comb will be glad to. know he III'' .

reached the creek, through some mis-('at home and recuperating! from hl-i NU'I'U UK III'BI"1.. al.ts't'EJ1'SSA ! MARVEL TISSUESFAST' ,,) Spring is always the season for l

hap that has not yet been explained (|, recent operation for appendicitis at In the. Circuit Court I.K for the. Seven. I : COLOR 'white, ,collar attached shirts, and :

Brown fell into the water from a the Orange General )Hospital. and teenth for Judicial Useeola-County.Circuit of In"Chancery 1011'1"... In more so this year than ever. The, .

small foot bridge. The water being Karah A. Cohoon Complainant. versus In checks and plaids a two numbers we have taken from
NOTICE TO REPUBLICANS t'. H. Funk and Maudo M "Funk bile de49 c -
swifter than usual he was carried wits., Respondents, Foreclosure of stock and listed'below
down MoitKatre.. Notice of Mustei. Hal, lightful Spring fabric . our are.
stream and .the
Broqson seeing Parties wishing to vote the Republican Notice IK hereby given by the under. splendid .values.
danger, ran down to the shore ani slirn..d Special. M"."r, heretofore appointed
ticket their'
' must on" registration to carry out the term of
plunged Into the water ahead of and register as such. Final Oecreo entered on the 18th day MALLINSON'S WASHABLE -
t officer 'of October 1920: Ihiit to the .
Brown In ) pursuant
effort him
rescue OXFORD
J. B. CARLIN; I terms' of said Final Decree I shall of
However, Brown went down before he Chairman of the fer for solo and sell at public; nvtcry PUSSY WILLOW TAl Republican party. for rush In hand to the hlgh<**t bid-
I Collar attached single! 1
could float. to where Branson was d.... the Interest of said Respondents, AQ

Adam Yates and 'R. G. Lamb fished 0000090004400 .0400 ( ns of cold the mortgage.Interest appeared foreclosecd at the In date the In colors, navy, white, flesh,, rose, cuff, $2.50 value for ** *-* '

the body up from the bottom of the 4t > above styled cause, to-wit: May 8th orchid tan and black. A'
Isle or time In .cope .
any thereafter the
creek while, a score of other men In' Legal Advertisements t following described property locnt d -
Loafs and on the bank searched for it. I<> r In Osceola., County Florida, via The material that is practical, durable, WHITE SOISETTE SHIRTS
Northc-ust quarter (NU%) of the
The coroner' Jury are working on 00'_ _+ 0000000 000000+00No'rjrI 1010111 h".t. quarter (SWI4) ; the Bast- and serviceable, as well as veryfavorable'for with attached collars and cuffs
u .- half (E:%) of the Northwest ,
quarter ,
th case and_ have not as yet found the I 4"' MCUTIDATIOIV.TO ( NW% ) of the Southwest qllArt..rlHVJ $2.C ) values for
cause or Brown's deatn. TUB CRKUITOUS. ANU tJTOCK- ( ) the Fractional Southwest $ 2 98 $ 1 C69
HOLDERS of the Merchant Farmers
The body was taken to the under. Hank of Klsnlmmee" Florida,. and quarter(NRU): )the of the South Northeast two-thirds quarter Spring .. ... . .. . . each . . '. .. . '. '. .
taking W did all whom It ma'concern NOTICE] 18'HEHF.nY tS.l-3) of the Went half ('V%) of the ,
rooms of J. Thompson UIVRN that the Merchants
burial was made in Pleasant 11111 ..* Farmers Hank of Klsslmmee-,- Kl,-
.plminoe Florida. la In the process of
cemetery Wednesday afternoon. Rev. liquidation and that therefore all creditors .
harliiBr or claiming to have bills, YOUR BODY NEEDS . rERcALES.
Walter B. Knight officiating., account* or claims against said Bank ,
are hereby notified to same to

Have you HWMJH selected" your' lot in MAG Any said at Bank February for A..T> 1(24 the till. STRENGTH OF IRON A nice assortment of 36 inch percales. in light and dark pat- I 9C

NOLIA PARK ADDITION? 'ThereIn ;MERCHANTS Klaalmmee.&Klsslmmee FARMERS, Florida BANK*. of. -. terns, excellent Quality, .. .. .. .'. .. .. ... . . .. . . .' . .'. . . . .
a great demand for Magnolia Park .By L )). FBNN. years ago physicians I S

lots. If yon want a lot facing Vineor JOHNSTON OAnnETT As Ita Cashier. TmRTY to prescribe 'Glide's/ : Ti :

Klsslmmee Florida ,-totIn an because provided -
Limit street NOW is the time to
a form of iron which was
make your selection.. Tomorrow maybe Circuit Court for the 17th Judicial easily digested and did not affect
Circuit of the State of Florida In and
too' late. 410"will atart'-you. Call for Oaceola. County. Fat Johnston and the teeth.; Now is the season when

at the office of Boyer Realfy Co. and G. P. Garrett, co-partnerS doing business you especially heed it. Your druggist v K'.ATZ..S
under the firm name and style/ of has both liquid and tablets.
see Blue,; prints, Car awaiting to : Johnston A Garrett plaintiffs,'. vs.
To s e for yourself
Frank Vlllwock. defendant Notice, of Free Trial Tablets
show you the'addition.. 15-tf Institution of Suit: The' State of tiMheahiluu Florida, to Frank Vlllwoek Cleveland.Ohio value ef rcptaOUacsawrite today Corner"
-*, *-*> ll*li ,M-MM* "At the Busy
and to all whom It may oeneerniNotion for conms Trial l"aekaiP of TakMs. Bead . t:,
Mrs. Sandy Anderson and Mrs. Is hereby given that a''Suit In "ALp -_..+Jwt aaaw sad ad '. ,J.Bni&a ecaCoe$ et. )I.YDudes
attachment was on .the list day of I .11
George. Shipp,' of Sanford. :were February. A.' D.' 1424.; Instituted .In the .- '" ,..._.

gmcts at.;,the Neel home last'.Tues above entitled stated as above Court amt.terth.said cause. The belnr said # ,'.'.1t ./.. \. Broadway. : and ,Pot. >a seli. . ii
day down' Klssiasmeetie -
coming to give suit embracethe Interest of th.'sald .
Frank Vlllwock.. the toll ing de.ots. : - .
... .ne. over'Both" ladies express*. s 'ribed. "prspare.,. Ofa se' It .cl iM r 1 i L "s
1'' f'ed: surprise and 'grau&atieliiatIUL ; r1D\feat 1t..itO.wll.J.IUI.1a.R1g. le.,at'. west k lat.f.UI tb.8o as j. 1 g 1'

{k six* ef",evidence'of eut _"""I' ..01 tho c Nortbeast5c.rt.t T.Ai0aid Ioodnich h

,!>D 2 w 2'4 raUellLM< l Township ho' Southeast, south. uarter. flange of '[P' as(11 t a ,I ; cult aass ac3' Illi' axoi eta ,..x: d ltd. ,d : h

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Mr. Koru;'' chairman- of the--public- ooooooooooooooococ(> (> -- :: :::>ooooooooovuov:: () (

speakers' bureau of the New York
It 11 I This Week I Coolige. League, says: "If we can get .. .'
the people) .to call him 'Cal,' that will
go' a long way toward getting him .
elected. A very pretty compliment Lyles V. Story & Co

tg the Intelligence and discernment:
of the people of the United: States. .

j (tl? .
Pope Pius, denying that he> is ill, .. .. U .
: says it isn't his intention to die just '

icy+..R Ii! sa yet.. Ills physicians say he will outlive r '
- the great majority us all. The<
"" By '.ArthUBri5baoe
,r prediction is based on the fact ,that
: the pope, like' the majority of Italians EIGHT DAY
. JUST AVERAGE NEWS* is temperate, eats moderately
WE'LL-ALL LIVE 110 YEARS. and drinks light wine well mixed with
y.. .
.. CHANCES OF THE STEEPLE: .That surprises; this prohib.ition nation
t'' CHASE. bul to it is The late pope Leo i-
XIII,. who wrote a. very nice Latin .
... :; It's a day of average: news: 'poem in praise Of light, red) wine and -
r.- The franc goes up "still higher,, used it with the greatest moderation!
: .
"Shorts" 'arc badly squeeze* nil his life, lived to be -93. -
The oil scandal goes on with its .
sordid trimmings. The navy's oil reserve t TODAY'S. MENU S ,I

it seemed, played a.part' in the Breakfast '
1920 convention. Stewed Apricots .
Canadian railroads cut freight Rolled Oats with Cream 4 -
rates, restoring in. many cases the Baked Eggs. Broiled Bacon '. -
tariff prevailing before the war. Graham Gems.. Coffee.!
American railroads consider thatJllghly" ---' e ---..., ;
'. -
"unethical" Stock market .
f| Luncheon' ,
patriots don't like the bonus.. It'lt' Cold Roast Pork '

them all right the to sun praise and soldiers moon 'when'you offering' Stewed Popores Tomatoes ""* Big price reductions on our large stock 1

are freightened. But what's the use Brownies. Tea
Of keeping word when it is all ,
your --
overt Dinner of Dry Goods Shoes Notions
Many stocks and many bonds insist -, Celery Soup Clothing ;
on going up in spite of the bonus Roast Beef, Brown Gravy .
; Some speculators realize thatit Creamed Onions, Mashed Potatoes .. s s A N s A ,* '** I
*'* ** ***
isn't such a bad thing to put a Lettuce, Thousand Island Dressing I

circulation couple of -thousand gradually.million dollars. in Banana Pudding.---- Coffee That the warm weather is here our SALE of summer goodsat '1

Wednesday, Dr. Elliot, formerly Use 1 1-2 Graham cups of Gems sour milk, 1 tea this time will give you an opportunity to buy high-grade :

president' of Harvard College, celebrated spoon of' soda, 1.2 teaspoon of salt,
his 90th birthday.: That sur. 1-2 cup 'of sugar, graham flour .goods at money-saving prices. I
prises us, but it ought to be the rule I enough to- make ordinary batter .
instead of the exception. Any man thickness. -
that chooses can live to 'be 100, bar ---- <
ring accident, if he starts out with an BrowniesOne <

average constitution. cup of ugar, 2 eggs, 1-2 cup! Sale Begins FridayMorningatSo'ClockMarch28
The natural age of men, when they of butter, 2 squares of melted choco- ( ,
realize, that one-half of what they late, a pinch of salt, a little vanilla, ,
'. .. eat keeps them, alive' and the other 1 cup of sifted flout, 1 cup of biokcn+ <
I kills them, will be 140-'-just twice.the nut meat '
Cibical., three score-and ten. Celery_-Soup 7 c 400 yards Suiting that wont fade---fast to sun and boiling >

u' Kemal Pa ha, having driyen out t Scald, 1 quart of milk -in a double l our price this sale yard : c.: 42cDRY
the caliph, boss ..of the Mohammend- boiler and thicken with 1.2 cup of : .: : : : : (

aM, proposes now to abolish the flour, creamed with 2 {tablespoons of ;> .,.- c _. _____ .
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grand rabbi of Constantinople, muchto butter. Boil slowly 1-2 hour, using ,, I
GOODS I'alm Olive Shampoo, worth 50c bottle On
the distress of the Jews. the salted leaves, roots and! tough Sale for lE2Io"S COLLARS lOc EACH
Such a step would be bad business! stalks of a root of celery. Take from Yard-wide Percale. This is a 25c grade, yard 'at\3. $1.00 One lot of. Linen and a few Soft Collars, at
and ungrateful. Whether or not it fire and strain There should be abouta 15c this pri'e.Ien's I
ii .i be true, as alleged;' that the Moham pint'of the celery water. Add the Ladies' Crepe Gowns, worth '$1.00, on sale at,
medan's. Koran was written for him milk. Have ready 2 eggs, hard boiled, .:32-inch! Gingham, regular 25c grade, yard each- .Blue Apron' Overall, $2.25'alue,
largely by an intelligent Jew, it is mash the yolks and mix thoroughlywith 15c 79c $1.59 .
certain, the Koran borrowed a' great .
the soup. Cut the whites in "
deal from the Jewish wise men. rings and put/in the soup. Season Yard-wide best grade Bleached Muslin. -This 100 pair Women's Silk Hose-, pair Men's $2.25 Jumpers, '

... For centuries Mohammedans and. with salt and pepper. Sale, per yard $1.00Teddy'madeofgood $1.59 /"
Jews have lived
together amicably. 21c .
: The learned Maimonide's 'lived protected "The north half of Pinellas county ', 'quality*,doth,*S.cya! f each-Men's.'"J1.25 ifAl-. .-'-Khaki' *"*"Work1*. Shirts- _... on sale at,
F (in Egypt, peacefully translating is now'making the,Lstate-ait up and boo yardsl3G-inch! |Bleached Muslin, Aorth 2bc sae -iSale.leachB.igr-
'the. Greek philosophers .into He rub 'its eyes," ,declare the;$Tarpot1 !n il-yard" SSfeThisiSalc,"per' yard |59cJ

,brews*' from:' Christians:i!that Springs J|Leader. JJTarponISpringsJ| ; 15ctih" 'Hen's Knit harts t ton
Pig reductions all Ladies' Parasols Drawcre, bOc value
Sutherland'' and ClearwatcrTare*hav3ing on We ,
might have burned him, and also from Sale at
{ Unbleached iMuslin havelallargolatocklof them .. ,
his co-religtousts in Spain that excommunicated the greatest year in their histories. per Bard
him as in the lowlands Real estate transfers are hourly 12c '. lOc Toilet Soaps. 3 for 43c

they ex-communicated Spinoza, the occurrences instead of as once being Ik'st grade Oil Cloth, 33c yard. 3 yards 25c SHOE
greatest Jew. While the Mohammedan daily or weekly. The Section referred ,
ruler protected Maimonide's l tots very attractive,_and has recently $1.00 Women's. COc Lisle Hose. This Sale; per pair, Girl,,' and Women's $3$0 and $3.75 Sandals,
body, he, with his medical knowledge, come into greater notice, and 12JJ cents yard for Apron Ginghams. About 42c of all styles and colors, on sale at, per pair
; .
protected that ruler's health. therefore is increasing in ''popularityand 800 yards at this price.,. $3.19 .
The quickst- way for Keoian Pasha importance. 25c iCc. Scrim, ecru and white, on sale at, yard
yard White
1f1e Lawn. This Sale, yard
to bring bad times into his Young >> /5 One lot J one-strap Pumps, for housewear, pair
Turkey is to drive out the.Jews,whose 15c $1.45All
intelligence and' industry build up \ 27-inch Bleached Muslin! per yard, ?00) yards of good grade Scrim on sale, at, yd .
e good*times. | p YOU haven't tried. I 12'/2c' . lOc Women's $5.00 Pumps, on sale at, per pair
I.> pair of Men's Summer Trousers, $4.29All
Great Britain "clamors for a curbon that Baked Ham > 27-inch Unbleached Muslin. This Sale, yard per pair

the Prince of Wales' hard riding; > lOc ,$1.98One Women's. \, $C:00: Slippers, this sale, pair

,,,.- ed even about the house It." of commons is excite and Dill* Pickles .at Bor One. lot Voiles', 40 inches ,wide, only lot Men's, light''weight 45cMen's Work Shirts. each .' $5.00 '

It is too "bpd that a nice young lannon's. 19c \ Large stock. of white Canvas Pumps. and
gentleman ''should break his collar '' > Blue Bell Cheviot, Percale Shirts., with collars, regular Slippers at big reductions.
$1.00 value.I'rlced.. for this *
bone sale, each
or arm and'
every little while, DO IT NOW! 21c .:. Girls' White. Kid Strap Sandals,
it would be.very sad It he broke his 69c now. were $4.60,
neck. But what difference does it K colors ofpWtty Rlcland Lingerie, roc; value. -00 Men's -
This Dress Shirts, $1 J5 and $1.50 val. $3.69
really make to the British empire I It Safe peryard ues. This Sale price at $1.00 each, .
sor what of particular the little Guelph-Wind.I I, 39c $2.75 Men's $2.75 Work Shoes, on sale, per pair
j, family happens tomneru 300 yards $2.25 .
tne throne AS Pepperell 10-4 B'loachcd and Un- ,
.' ? King George has I \\VE GROW OLD bleached Sheeting, worth about MEN'S SUSPENDERS.
k.. two other boys and a nice daughter. 'On Sale at, per yard 75c' a yard. Black Suspenders Men's:!" $5.00 Dress Shoes, on sale, at; per pair
with fine '
". 'power a The that king is required has no, The Kidneys Should Receive Help. 50c 35c and 50c $4.29 '

r! '. of him is good nature and good be I Klsniminee Doan'a People Pills Recommend 5 yards to a customer. 00 Now pair only of suspenders, worth up to 75c pair, ,:$10.00 Florshelm Shoes, going at, per pair
, havior. Since the choice-of king and tl.39 fast color Voile .
The inches wide $7.25 ,
: constant strain of on kale *
; cmperior busy life at, tAll
a., is left. to the chance of per yard ,' 48cMEN"S .
{ birth, i Is hard on the kidneys, and in later 15c Shoe Polish sale
why not leave the choice-of heir $1.00 this
Ito the chances -of the stee l years. WORK SHIRTS. 69c 10c .
I'l! I The kidneys! call for help. 75c'.and' 85c Voiles, 40 inches wide. This Sale Men's Wor Shirts of the $1.25'grade, on sale, ,
A ears | Old backs often ache, day inr .. .ach- Men's high grade
Dane, 60 old, normally out day 59e $1.00 ties' each
h' /'very blonde, has\ ; -I. 89cfen's '
suddenly turned SOc Turkish 82c *
Urinary ills Bath Towels, each'
black. The doctors frequently add their.
; of Guy's hospital weight Work Sox ,per pair- ]Men's 80c Thread
; have him under observation. This woe, 19c Silk Hose. This Sale, pair
is lOc
.:; the third time he has I Give the help the kidneys need. ." : 59c '
changed .
color.] --
N; Aid the ----- .
kidney's with Doan'i Pills. - ---;---- 0

p.;:,,{' ..... .. the people Japan ancient were might gods,superstitious be had discouraged turned, and, against' think her I.Verona edy.Kissimmeo John Ask C. your Coble people neighbor., retired endorse farmer this,rem 912 The Aovelow Prices for Only I 8 Days SEE I STREETS AM THE r IN IN PEOPLE FAVOR KISSIMMEE. OF VOTING, I WANT PAVED_ TO,to

'-" 'her for leaving their old street, Klssimmee, says:. "1 FROM THE NORTH .
"I" ways and suffered from backache BUILD HOMES HERE .
t r' their old'customs.enorner 1 .nd.kidnev r _
j When I lifted, a terrific ..
does damage. pain took' High-Gfade : ..
me in the small

A u F'1 the'A A great forest submarine beat dirigible fire\ wipes sinks tans out with, many killing 44 men villages.five anda of I had kidneys and to just get acted about up 'at too crumpled night.frequently'of The back My I Merchandise: L "I' C.. V. : A Good ,Place'

Japanese fliers. But you tions burned .es Story t & C .
in '
I 0; ,wUl ear't'dtecouragetbe-Japanese.TAeI build, .more, submarines.,,.. '..more'*My Pills back and after using passage.them I got was'Doan's cured. allow Prices Y o. lo

+; :i II< dirliibles"" i and I build houses.that aarUi-( was .sound as a dollar and ' ..'. Trade
my .
,- ....M.1jectlon --,-- kidneys, acted like eloekwork.Doan' '-"

r: a* It Rvak..E c u11v a ;-J j eOpie down.ioaDcI.may ottr"sje'. .I simply PJiet.askfo fOc.f' : aU. iII.DpD\. ... ..tWlRiY"QOOPlSIfOgs' : NOTIONS .
: *kidney itr
to mixing CLOTHING.
'' our civilization with . Pills Mr.M ,
e, theirs.;,her*. In America, is-. based"oa'bI4 bad:: Foster-MUburn- same that : 2t-( 2

A ,,, ,>at lack''of,respect,for their abflitr., .Buffalo,N. V.J/i. Coe, Mfr, 0< :

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caret Stanford, August.Winn,,Helen '
FOR -SALE .. present' commission Quality'Phis Service In Comma- w
Florey Mary Singetary] Helen Bass should be continued
1 and. Norma Griffin, '' . . FOR. SALE-1 23 Maxwell touring TO THE YOTEIS OF'THE subject: to the ciaf Printing, at..1he.: Gsjwttev+ : ,' esJUST'
the same commissioner
'I car. Exce11eDt'eonditlon..- Two who have
MRS. VICTOR LULLENTERTAINS bumpers. Spot light. Dash Mo- worked in perfect harmony and accord

: ) for the good of Kissimmee, I
snubbersr Spring Covers. Price '
,'' '. Dire, Celeste. J. Fripp, Editor :Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Bullock,Mr. and snubbera. Spring covrs. Price CITY 'OFKIssIMMEE ask your support at next Saturday's 'MINED .

,' ..Phone. 806 Mrs. Bob Bullock, Misses Violet.Bul- 5GO.OO. See W. A. McCool, Jr., election' and I pledge to you my best I .
lock and Mary Tiller, were the guestsof 215 Emmett stree't Kissimmee. x' efforts for whatever will redound to FilM'AtlfOINtA
MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER I the the best Interest. of this
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hill of Narcossee com ,
FOR MISS WARING. 'Tuesday night.. Mah-Jong FOR. SALE-Good gentle work horse, munity. -A..S. GILBERT. .. .
Mesdames! Conrad Bryan, L. R. was played. Bob Bullock won first aWo two ponies. Foster Newton, +"CI 0 0 H1I t to D 0 t.u , 0 0 h 0 o. Ripe Olives; Pure Olive .

'e Farmer( Julius T. M. Riv- prize and Miss Violet Bullock, 'scored St. Cloud, Florida. 16-4tx SMALL, FIRE IN McPHATTER. Oil .'and :Watermelon

*ge a\ml! cellaneous shower In low. Refreshments of fruit salad, FOR'8ALB ya. ety., SI-Banana cent eacb.plant' !+.lady'U. Harris.Anger On next Saturday the voters of the i I HOME Rind, :Sweet Pickles.

bonus of*.Mi s Elizabeth Waring at sandwiches, angel cake and hot chocolate SECOND If AND GOODS bought, Bold City of Kissimmee will be called upon Get them at '
omo, .of .Mrs, T. M. Rivers on were served at the end of the and repaired. The Casino. 44-4f to elect a city commissioner to fill Last Sunday morning just after '
Monday) afternoon. An interesting game. Mr. McPhatter had left his home DVfkMttVII $ NCfl +
ron' 'ALJII-.Fin nc. property. the vacancy caused by the expirationof togo INvCCfj
program Watt tendered? consisting of ,. Apply at the ofnc of '1'h.. Valley I my-term office. I am a' candidate to church, a friend called his attention
H]J reading by Miss Vivian Floyd, instrumental SURPRISE PARTY FOR ''FOR Oasett KlHlrome S-tf I for re-election. In coming before to smoke oh the roof of his
solo, Miss Augusta Winn, SAM LUPFER, JR. .E-l-ltU.. Horn' In KlBBtmmee. the' people and asking the fcaup. borne. -
$100 Flat houa the Hunt
reading! Mrs. U., N. Makinson, and ,amuifal' Mrs. dam Lupfer entertained four onlndlay avenu.1 block on from M b-. I port, it is but 'just to them that I The sparks from the chimney had
\ reading by Miss Aug st.tWhitt. guests, Messrs., W. B. Knight, R. G.. I btt Karasroom SH ety boue of fruit I porch.: gar.den" state my views retarding: some of the alighted on the roof'and within a few I

.' ,At .the.conclusion of the pro. Stan e1d, Drew Pierce and, J. M. e.trood, screened repair. sleeping Terns If oVulred.porch all Might In important issue at present before the minutes some of the,; shingles were Inamo. SPECIAL! SPECIAL!

decorated'wagon loaded down ,Johnston, for dinner, in honor of her: take cur a* part pay. balance ca.h.I I ; ,\ .. A ladder was thrown against !
beautiful anduseful', gifts, husband's birthday. Tuesday night. >. W.' Short. Long wood. via. ll-4t three city commissioners' who the side of the house and a pail of

im.a i into the room by Master When tho dinner was in full sway FOR SALE-Household furniture. ,(have served for the' past year water soon extinguished the blaze. at'UVEL V's. .STORE
and little Miss Mildred about twenty-five members of the
B. Call 116 South Beaumont avenue. have worked In perfect harmony and .
; who, were dressed to repre- Y. p. U.'rushed into the dining room 14-t3x accord: for what they believed was A simple way to remove\>> the skin -To Get AcquaintedLard -

a'' bride and groom.\ The'guestswwro and surrounded Mr. Lupfer, giving the best interest of the city. The from a dried haddock is to hold it in '

then servd! with chicken, salad, 'fifteen 'rahs.' Many interesting contests FOR SALE Thoroughbred Park progressive' people of Kissimmee front of the fire and pull gently from .r. . r. . Yi 17c
cake and coffee. ,were Indulged in by the guests. Strain Plymouth eggs, |1.50 per realize that for this city to maintain the 'bead downward. The skin will
; Mr. pierce setting of 15. No business done on White Bacon . . .17c
first .
won in the
1RTUDAY prize its place along with,the .other come i off without breaking the flesh.
INNER Patrick 1 mile ?
D guessing contest of Summit's Sunday. str.eet, >
j Etev. 'Walter B. Knight was honor The B, Y. P. U. presented Sammy age. beyond city limits. A. H.' Starr. cities of Florida, that the FOR REPRESENTATIVE Smoked Bacon .;, .23C
of its
pavement important dirt streets
est _at'a dinner given at the home with a silver cake knife which he afterwards 11-tf is{,the most essential thing,now before All Next Week',
f 11ed on Sunday, Inc used to If the Democrats of Osceola
0 Ilefiberg cut the birthday county
To this
typewriter,near- us. end I have devoted W
memuratlonof his birthday. At cake. Ice cream, cakes and candy ,lit, new,' at bargain.Box; 212, Kis great ideal of;t.fN{ #, 'along Vith. the\ will nominate me for.county judge We are solClean'O ,\Agent8-for:
thpr > dinner a. .beautiful watch fob was were served to' the guests at. a late simmee, Florida. 15-2tx other commissioners,. toward tworking in the June primary, I will accept the the householdON .
anted Mr. Knight, to be worn with hour. r I out what bellevedjo\bi the nomination, and if elected in.,November .
wf -
th' handsome gold Elgin watch Whl H FOR SALE'Ford, Skeeter in good and best and roost economlaal will so' discharge the duties of k.IJtJr .wi.

w T presented, him' by the church hl MRS. JOHN'Pt 'mechanical. ,condition; 2 new cord plan for'tins work.' '1 reeogn ,"%o;;. the orftce-thu.'aU-i'OOd"' 1clUrens""wtnto

Cl; ristmas. j, ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE < |tires. Price $05.00 for quick sale. I ever,-that there, it roomfor honest proud of their county judge. J-
Mrs. Pugn entertained the See S. Kallenbaugh at of. J.W. OLIVER. 4I
M is.JACK'SAVAGE HONOR- regular I Gazette opinion on both side of'a, question.It .' .
Tuesday Evening Bridge'club! at her fice. a. tf
: is desire to conduct the affairs' }
C EST'AT'BRIDGE. my II.P. KJntner, of Ohio, was an enthusiastic i iBYRE4UE
home .
at 604 Main street. The house of the 'in accordance I X RETURN'.EN6AGEMENT
-with- the
:. waa'hostess Wednesday .. :WANTED. : .
4rs. R. M.4 Ajigus ;was abloom -with many'yellow'cutflowers. i visitor in Kissinuneet this e' ** "

afternoon at a bridge party in .- Mrs. Hugh Geiger, who substituted WANTED-To, $ rent .unfurnished I the wishes voters of the majority.know IIi'rder what that week. The.outlook is- great and* he : :;. T ear, .. K Kat
honor 'of Mrs. Jack Savage. Two may exactly to backed his judgment''by purchasing 't" i i
for Mrs. L. Davis
won first i house year.round.. Must have three from the
tables" of bridge were played'anel af- expect me on present pavingprogram TWO lots, in 'AMGNOLJA PARK:AD ,HE HAPPY: :LAND: :" .t
prize After tM game, fruit salad; bedrooms and be near school. Phone I wish to.state that, if reelected '
tot addtng-np "'the, score: Mra. PorteruJtt cake and coffee were served. Those ....265., ", J 16tx: as city commissioner next DITION.< ,* I MELODY.; :''BOYS_ .r
rr awarded $first prize, .
waQ enjoying the were, Mesdames
game Saturday, I shall support the plan for -;- .
was a linen sandwich tray WANTED WANTED WANT 3
DeWitt Alderman
John Coble Porter
which will
;It fit} Mrs.. R. G Minick was con- Buttorff, Howard Anderson, Harry ED-Solicitors, ladies or gents No, for: the paving election of April 5,designated,which will" "be by YOU, CAN(SURELY ,PREVENT Will'be at Casino Theatre
$ with a linen handkerchief for Dale and Gugh Geiger;; and H., C. special 80-day campaign.,, ex a referendum election that has been
cor ./ MH.. Jack Savage wan Piano substituted for L. Davis and perience7 necessary. Call 518 Portage called Friday Nigttt, March 28.;: t

presented a box ,of crystaliied! fruit Marion Boyd.: i street', "Jto 9 a. m., 6 to 8 p>m.; the by the of city determining commissioners' the sentiment for- WHITE DIARRHEA This'will be addition to t

as guest prize.., At the end of the -, Sanitary. Co.WANTEDIL. purpose the "
refreshments of fruit talad! of a majority regarding the two 1 from kilting ANY chicks. if :you use regular program '
games you have a good safe plans. It will be my endeavor to con- 'the famous "It-Does-It White Diarrhea pictures r
Kaltine -,ripjblrplive[ 1 and coffee.were ETIO for sale, see S. B.. Aultman, the tinue the bulklieading plans and the and Cholera Remedy':.Guaranteed

berve.Thoitt+or;playing were JHeadames- Jack Real Estate ,Man.. 16-2tc development of the water front which by ..1t-J>oe.s-It" Remedies... Moul- DOLLARS DEVILS will ',

Savagir, ;1\0r'guest' ,. Arthur, Done- WANTED Dressmaking wanted. mee.will be a very great asset to Klssim trie Ga., 75c. So1d-locally by be the'picture for.,Friday -

jf'an, Jlarry': M etch, R. G. Minick, ......... ...: Mrs. B. J. Johnson, over Gazette If CASH'FEED CO. evening, featuring Eva
Potter Buttorfr; Stanley Bullock, and ...... .... .. -t -". office- . 16-3U you believe that the great :
; ..... : -t
. 1. ... forward movements which have been PHONE 12 Novack:,and,, Cullin Landis
Misses Mary Singeltary, Mary Tiller, t..... "' i ie3 ,
n.:1. \VANTEn-!: motor bout and rowboat inaugurated for this city under the J
and Margaret Stanford. i.rl ::J6:,".. must b* In good condition 8- I
"wpeMa e M or write l.ewln l\ Calhoun Oravtone ----- -,- -- .- ..._.-. -- -- --- -. ... ,... ..______ _
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MRS. GEIGER ENTERTAINSAT Hotel. KlHBlmmee. tt-tto r---------- .
BRIDGEf I WANTED!: -16 buy large quantity of ,
Dear Miss Flo; milk. Sanitary Dairy. 615 Main
Mrs. Hugh Geigvr entertained the trevt. 2-lfoWANTEDo
Please tell me whether or not it is ,

club regular this Wednesday week at her Afternoon borne on Verona Bridge correct form for a lady to thank her I Ko..", Addreii buy.: "Kiddy econd-hand Keep,Kiddy" car BIG LOT"SA'LE--I!
artistically partner' after a dance, or should the Valley 'Oavetto. 11-tf
street Tho front) room was .
the Is ,
arranged with'cut flower of gentleman thank lady I (2) FOR RENT:.
it correct for a'lady upon leaving to ]
wet peas and co.mos. Mrs'. E lp'rKate
to'whom she has FOR RENT--Two' 'apartments .
; stored higK-for: the gueats. Mrs. say to a gentleman containinr
been introduced, "I am gla.lto 1 bedroom and kitchen. Rea.
just very
.Holmes( Prather, was presented with she walt sonable. ,J., E. Treat, 509 Mabbette
the consolation prize! After the game have met you, or should Street. ' .. 13-tf
for the expression of pleasure to come t
delicious! refreshments, consisting of ,
FOR nP.NT-J'art: or all ofroom
chicken,. patties, pineapple salad, from the gentleman? hou... tlS Main street. FurnUhed
rolls Thank you..ta* *|aw *' A.:C, F.:""i '' or unfurnished. 11-tfo
brown bread: sandwiches, hot '
cake'' and coffee, were served In ad- 00 'o FOR RENT-Desirable fur- MA6NOUAPRkj6
dance the thanks
After gentleman
ditfon to the club. member those nished
with all
Mesdames'J.'D.'Wood- the lady, and the lady in ,turn thanks
present were
if she to do modern conveniences in
the gentleman cares 0.
beck! | George Gardner, Ruby Carson, '
((2) The one who leaves first should Gazette Building. Apply
Fanaie Powell, and Misses Augusta : w
Wins and Angis Makinson. express pleasure at the meeting; t at this office..' '
whether it was the lady of the. gen C
MRS. BOB BULLOCK.. ; tleman. LOST ,
: s o o'o '
< LOST-Pastor' black memorandumbook. KISSIMMEE
Mts. Bob /Bullock entertained *atMah.Jong Dear Miss Flo: FLORIDA "
Finder" please return to Rev.J. ,
//.Jftonday; night., Those Is it proper to eat chicken* with F. Phillips 16-tf
playing wertj;.:Mrs.:Jack Savage, >of the fingers? (2)) Should a lady invite .-- "

Atlahta, Misses ,, Baas'Mary a gentleman in after having been. LOST_Child's' tan astreakan coat Priced at "Live-and.Let-Live" Prices- Priced for
Sjngeltary. Violet''"Bullock, Mary Tiller out for the evening with him? size 4, between business district -

Dorothy Bullock,' and Mrs. Hun Th.nk'ou.. F. S. and my home on Lake street Re. Quick Sales and, Quick Returns
terj Dilliird. '' At the conclusion of the 000 ward offered' ) if returned- to G. W. .

game hot ,chocolate and coffee were Chicken should never be eaten with Persons, r

.cryd the guests.. Itbe..fingers. The meat.should be cutoff ,
the bone. (2) It is usually too Send The Gazette Booster Numberto FREE BUNGALOW :;
OL VFASIIIONEDCANDY! late to ask the gentleman in. However North
PULL if you reach home early, it is tise Xissimcuee. -Lovely little home GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE -' Given

an Miss. :old-fashioned hrliUne May candy was hostess'at pull and quite permissible to 00'Dear invite him In. ., ,. FOR TRADE FREE and clear with ,abstract showing perfect tide. 'Lovely roomy ,BUNGALOW -,<, ..

dance at her home on Friday night. "Miss Flo:?1 TO TRADE-New 5-room I'' screened-in porches, beautiful wood work and fine floors. Plaster(

- The :girls were typical old fashioned' What is,the correct way to thank a bungalow on 70x120 corner ed. Never occupied. 4,
maidens in ,their gingham dresses. hostess for her hospitality after a
Thai: present.,were Misses. Eva i.Whit-i.' dinnerparty?' Should the lady or the lot, on paved street in -This is our, method of advertising. We have a'' fine proposition and, want ,. we

lock,!of Lakeland Ethel Owen, VivianFlay gentleman first express the wish to best residence section of i I to prove,it to you. Write or come ,to the office. Ask about our FREE COZY: ;
Alberta Branson,' Sarah Bell. depart L D. Sanford for Kissimmee

Bofcbie.and Pauline Crow;' Lucile.''and 1.. .* '" '.' 000 property. Furniture if desired WINTER HOME. :F

Jeanette i i t'hal1a' and..'Gladys ,Crifn t One might 'thank a hostess by saying A. Neel Gazette r.REMEMBERNOW

,:, Mary. Waring, Sallle Delia andJulia ,,."Thank you, for a very delightful t H. .' is the TIME-BUY today. Lots are going fast. .
Ledbetter, Eleanor Rosen;'E1U-: evening; Mrs. -," or, "I am sorryI 1 ',
abets Carter, Dorothy Bullock, Jean must leave'' so 'soon, Mrs. --':'". !1 WATCH ..

ette 'Squire.,-.Janet Graves Madge Thankfyoutvery much for your kind.* t. .,

Rivers .and Mae_ Winn; .and Messrs.: : nessJ:....(2). ,The ,lad !> whether.she Is TYPEWRITING and ,copy, work, letters PARK LOTS are a fine investment. They will treble in ,

Leo; lendrick. Raymond;! Tyner, Enuerson ta{ wife. sister, or mother should al and piece work, called for and
value. Lots in less ideal locations are selling in Kissimmee for $200;tr$ W"
rJ Squires, Elmer Schweikart ways be first to express'the wish to 'delivered on short notice. Phone I, !
McClure Lupfer' Rudolph Walker, I leave. 81, ,one long ring and two short; I MAGNOLIA PARK LOTS superior in many ways are placed .on the marketfor .

Joe\trucker, Byron Longacres Elmo ooo, rings.; Helen- Schmidt, Kissimmee, quick sale at "LIVE and LET ,LIVE" prices. . : _
Rice lG-2tx
GrUfin. Bill Hettinger, Lilllard Dear Miss Flo: Florida. .,,
Wines Arthur Bullock, Milton whether the -0-- \.0 ,
John. Please tell me or not two ;
Graham'Richard Bandy" and Joyce bride-to-be should send notes of TilE out of PARTY fny office who, will took please return chairs I I'', -Get busy. Buy Lots Magnolia Park Today. Magnolia Park Lots <1 1i

B we1MIMARY. I thanks orl as should soon asshe she1 wait receives*until' presents after them at one S. B. Aultman. are worth more. than. we;are' asking. We propose: to sell ''Every; Lot ifl ,the i;!

TILLER next few weeks. Quick sale 'price $50 to $125. .. I
the ceremony and the honey-moon? TILE TAMPA BUMNKSS COLL.EGK. ...
ENTERTAINS Tam a. yIda. will a V art live
Thank .you. month ''courcet. In Famous Or...
Mrs. Jack Savage'was' honor guest Shorthand and Touch Twpewrittnir. I Cash Balance /l\lonth-No Interest-No 'Taxes
Terms $10 $5
at !alp rty given byMiss: Mary Tiller Bookkeeping and ,Aecounlin '. Tel- I :. per < :
The Jady should send a note ,graph .
young ybMarch
Sat {,r< ay.. afternoon._ Three tabless,of ''and 10. ,rlne.tKtraining
for her gifts as soon as .
of thanks possible .-teacher* PotiHoam secured will'vou.come G.
bridg* was played.: .Miss Augusta }: 1 -
:aftertheir: arrival."Delay, or

priije Winn ;made was presented high score* and to\ldn the.guest olac1c ,neglect-' of-' this.. ..!matter. .is. err,- rude.. .' BABY,CHICKs-.April: delivery. W. Magnolia PAk''Additi i n CompanyM
and Brown .Leghorns, Anconas, 25 t.
Savage.'! Refre.hmenta';chicken, sal. StTLueie; county pineapple growers : ,
ad.Isis! )I tines, tomato "sandwiches, 'cake preparing for shipment of c largest 14.251'} 60; $8.ooL; 100' $15.00; 500. A r. / ., -

and) t chocolate, the in eeveralyeanytu \ ;a $70UM; 1,000; $ 40.00; Reds. : 25, I 'V.' BOYER, CATKINS?'' .C1L T".TATUM., r., t
I & $ .1600. Cash
IoP.Froduted 50.X .00,300,
:.concluiion! of th*] gameTJiose(playin ',' ; ,5J01 Hatcheries I Kissimmee, Florida.. ,86 4th Nat. Bank Bldg, MacnGa.MaconGa.. , 'and Kissimmee_ Fla/ A Ai
order Moultrie :
,1and with ,
April *
One CpntNSals t .. \ .
re Mesdames Jack Sa.yage.'R, begin 'c .
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/ I' .. ., ... .. ..... -'_..... .:; KISSIMMEE VALLEY 'A a7trr 'tr."Tnl'RCD.Ai. MARCH 27, 1'24 .. e' ,' -IS.

\ end Cuba. In: cohipan "y with[ Mn. 'Ii' i 1 ,f 4)btidr?\c': "
; ( ''j "AN AMERICAN GIRL": .J
HIGH:'SCHOOL PI AY ; Tucker, Mrs.. Young and Mr.-and Mr. ...T.n (in.waterf "JI 1.! helpt ,

I IIt Benjamin they' visited Kissongar something! Can't you at least;. I

A GREAT SUCCESSThe Spring 4bis-morning. and ,departed .PLEASES BIG CROWD y'e1l1" ,

for their home Rail I
lulu this afternoon Freshman: "Sure thing
h;: i in Michigan, where ,Mr. Austin is a Rah! Rah! What's his name.""

play, "Clarence" given[ by the prominent' lumber man.; Another triumph was I'col't'd'lor tt ,

Junior class at the high school audi PERSONS--- SPECIAL |iWilttam, Triplett and the local Drama r

torium last Friday night, was a de?, the production, "AI\
tided success both from a financial Persons is announcing a special Players staged Wednes-

and histronic standpoint... Each part (three day gala jn this issue of The American Girlwas HOME COMFORTS )I .

exactly suited each actor and each Gazette( and .is offering some very attractive dey evening at tho Casino theatre _

4 ;' actor did hU part to perfection.! There bargains in seasonable goods. under the auspices of the Women'sCluh. i '. i

was no leading l lady or leading man- The sale is for three days only-Friday In keeping with tho high Shelter, clothing, food-UieKS

II I I all were leading ladies and men Tho Saturday and Monday, and a of Director: Triplet!, the three are the mot essential of
I entire cast played up to each other wide selection of articles is included.For and instructive, and as all human comforts.

like veterans. Those who know say the ladies a special line of silk play was clean\ unfolded' the different This trio of needfuls, and
the production
II that it was the best amateur performance dresses and millinery at attractive of society were pleasingly scores or other human desires,

I : ever seen in Kissimmee. The I prices i is offered and announcement is atratatum and contrasted. The different are reflected each week' in the (3(
audience in of I represented Ads thoje. nimble little .
was kept a roar made of the arrival of a large assortment for players whopersonified Want .
laughter from the first act to the last I of the popular white kid strap' acts called of integrity, messengers that,, cry their
the virtues! I wears to all the people.A .
act.Too pumps which will be placed on ealc.iSpecial and devotion, andthroughout
I much praise cannot be givento ,. mention, is made of the big I material these were in I flat, an apartment, a bvinealvw -

Miss Bass who directed the play, stock of straw hats for men-in all I the play austerity end :: furnished rooms, light
I nor to the cast who rendered it. constar: ,* warfare with )housekeeping, board and
sizes and a wide variety of style: I
I i' winningout
hostile sehemings, the good room.preying, canning, repairing
The Juniors wish to thank all those
Patronize home merchants and keep I'
who helped to make their play a suc- < I in tie flnil j I II of clothing, tailoring. to I
in Kissimmee.For .
your money the rule order all these have place in
Gusme Winn,
c ss. Especially do they wish to MIR:
I .1 I in the, of the Want Ada
thank Mr. Jordan of the Casino, and quick 'h ndli-It-;; gee Horton &: of Mrs. Carew, the mother, figured 1

1 Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, Miss Cornelia Luke, Realtors. tfc the t.Nt.ct, whose setting was th"'l Every legitimate human, desire -
;id mountains; while Sidney RiChard ]I for comfort, for advancement -
Lancaster: and Mr. Ncel of The Valley -' --- Virginia: ;
Gazette. NOTICE TO 'fR 'CK OWNEIW.:! an officer of the law, appearedin for the accomplishmentof :

-- combinations. William honest Ruin m.rit.h ....
1 Anyone having a spare truck that cor.ciuviing Bolter, II ready response from Want Ad
they will donate the use of to the Tripiett. impersonating> Ross readers who number many

hauling of sand to get the baseball the hustler' and Mrs. Tripiett reproHunting thousands every day.
Drin, the countess,
.fp: diamond in shape will greatly help { Lady infused their The Want Ads accomplish
4' the local club by notifying Johnny were it their: best and I quick re.uH..

f Schmidt, at the. Broadway Pharmacy, usual v.;:or the} entertainment. .

J --' this afternoon or early Friday morn. Miss! Dot !Makinson'playing the j. Read and Use
COMER-- the fire ball, acted' |
HON. 'T. L. part of Twister,
.l 1 ing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Phipps spent
while Miss I.ucyLupfer
with grace and ease; GAZETTE WANT ADS
[ Sunday in Apopka.,
I INTERESTING SESJIOtrConttnu.d the heroine of the play,

After .many' people. have 'requestedJudge (environments of the accused or cons Mrs. Leslie Squires is visit.1ngher --- evicted frequent applause by her animated PHONE 11

T. L.'Comer'to apm be a can- !Fitted should b4I on idered. In many II parents in Orlando this week. ( ram Pay One) statements which aroused the
dilate office county was located in the' central part of the 1 i I
for the judge, {cases prisoner is before the courta patriotic strain.
i' Whas I :Miss Vera Williams of Haines City state, that it was easy t* reach either ,
consented to serve for another a a "first offender, and in cases of Bill Smith, playing; the role of Sir
term U.tHt.fotjority'df'th* people so 'this kind a severe lecture. from the !was a visitor in town 6n :Monday. the east or west coast within a comparatively John B&lfour, the gentleman did

wish it. In .t n, interview with Judge judge often times has a tendency to I short time and that he had! credit to the aristocratic< carte of s oLet Us Blake Your Old
Vernon Porter and C. C. Jordan not been able to locate another town
Coiner on" Tuesday' he said that he start the accused on a straight road which he represented. Albert ''4I
were in Tampa Monday on business. or city that could boast of better ciety, Hat New
did not seek the office of a "
county' judge to good citi 8WJhip. Then there are Sutton, '-Thf Pt-r'-crving, and Fred

but that the office wa seeking him. cases where an accused, person may Allen Longacre, with a party of tourist Mr. camp. Lupfer tr.e artist gave splendid; account
Wood i.s(
quite fact
a poet-in
"I want" to thank the attorneys of have a large family who would be friends, motored to Orlando Tuesday.J. he hall contributed of them'l'h.t"II. The eccentnciti -
several humorous
the county" said Judge Comer, "for really the ones to suffer the extreme very oI cf Walter Bass, the serant.wetv .
E. Gilbert and Miss Virginia articles which have been
of the court and if the facts
-penalty .
the 'uniform courtesies shown productive of constant laughterDarr
me Smith spent Sunday in Tampa and printed in The Gazette from tune to i
during the past three years and to warrant such action a suspenJcd sentence time : toe intermission" , a mixed
St. Petersburg.Miss i ; however the latest, and we believe i
the many people who have had faith should bo given. ] the best or hojtrji plea; ,,ed the audience will
--- read Mr
I ont'o was by
in me to perform the duties of this The judge of this court has no authority Elizabeth Carter, with a party Wood at this meeting( It will oe rr..r., he' and! a quartet, compoiej I
office." to convict. His duty i is merely Men.srBurrows Pt.mfuld.Htunp .
; of friC'ndsl 'nt Wednesday afternoon found elsewhere in this issue of ,
I and is I
Judge Comer is a Republican: and to see that justice is rendered and in Orlando. worthy of reader's' cartful and Sutton. sang.: I
e\cry al!
that fair trial
the only Republican: ever elected by a given'all parties --- h'ntion. Mr. Triplett: dId! not nnnnunce' ]lad t

popular vote to the office of county I concerned and to pass! sentence only Miss Caroline Walker returned to pat .Tohn "vr-r.lug when,, the nest play would hehad.
Attorney ton made
judge and as we understand, the only after the jury has reached a verdict: Tallahassee last Sunday evening after port on the road problem and inform-vt iv- I but ail: lovers of clean and whole
and then only, according to the laws spending sonic time with friend .
one Republican judge circled in the t'd l the chamber members that the aorr,? entertainment luok forward
of the state. here.
\ tate by popular vote. state had taken over the work of WItt 4-.cipatio: to the next production I We have just' installed a complete
While United States
The judge said in part, "If the people 'i J. in Senator, Albert Mrs. W. J. Sears is among the con putting the road from Kissimmee to I Hat Renovating outfit,
|I Beverage was Tampa at
of Osceola believe I gressmen's wives who is entertained the line I nnd are now equipped<< to clean
county I have the State Bar Association convention being county towards Orlando in I i ; I
Mr Ej.u. r U.i.snn James1C
: and son '
made good and want to retain me in Judge Comer in Washington by Mrs. Coo- shape and thnt the work would L telegraphed the senatorto "'
[ S'-irU::; of Pvhodo Island are in-
office for another term as their servant lidjje.Mrs.. done at once. He also. staled that the i up-to-date way
come to address the
ter.sto \i.tori I Kissimmee. Ths
I will nerve another term." address the people here. However, Mnyrn Knight- -expects to leave state officials were going: to cancel 1 have fcoareJ ills Mate looking for investmur.ta yt: *\ Kissimmee ..
Judge Comer has been censured by the senator haJ\made the contract: of the present' contractor Dry Cleaning
plans for his
next veek'to spend a month's stay in an 1 found no place
II few people for imposing' too lightsentences' return lo Indianapolis and sent the Macon, .Dublin, and other points in bourne who is filling in the KasHimjnee-M-" looked to good aj Kissimmee. They ;: and Pressing Works

'" upon people wh o have been following telegram to Judge Comer: Georgia. road and finish the work by showed their confidence in this! city I
convicted! of some crime, and in this state employee under the direction\ of :
Tampa, March 24, 1924T. hy pu ':hairg EIGHT lots in BEAUTIFUL I K. A. SNYDER, PI'OI' \ rPHONE
respect it will be well to remember L. Comer Kissimniee. Florida. Miss Margaret Stanford and Mrs the state highway department. This MAGXOLIA

that//the '"OsceoH county?judge* take* r '/Appreciate/ your invitation'and wish If. C. Stanford attended ,'\he famous'', will be done at once and the road to TION. PARK ADD 41 I 49

an tooth topa sentence 'In accord: I could accept, regret cannot beCAuso ,J.1,'Campbell '," Morgan lecture inS Or Melbourne, completed! within a fe w

anen'with tbellawland'the'levidence!' 'l r' Lando Tuesday. i : months, or .at least before the _
; am leaving,tor.ln submitted/lii '
; 4ch /particular but tourist season.
case, ?thank you j tor your'thought of <
3fr/ and Mrs.'J. ., G.Mimck; ? and '
and if therevidence is' not 'sufficient Among the visitors
me. Best wishes. I were Dr.'W* C'I ROOl\lS"\\'Tli '
?t to 'warrant a severe sentence, the ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE. house guest, Mrs. Jack Savage, an."I IMiss I and Mrs. Ingram, Dr. ,. L. ,..Ingram HOT AND COLD WATER, $L"50

I : :Mary Tiller, motored to Lakeland j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood, Stratford, ROOMS WITH CONNECTING BATH, $2.00HOW :
--- -- '
:; '
-- afternoon.
[ Tuesday I: Conn. :Mr.
-- [ ; and Mrs.! Arthur L. Tracy,

NOTICE TO VOTERSWe Mrs. Doris Nickles, of Tarpon Bridgeport, Conn., and Mrs S. Mabel>

.... A. S, Gilbert, G. W. Persons and II. M, Katz, City Commisiioner Springs, who has a situation in Tam Clifford-New'- Haven, Conn.B.ARACA :
of \the : pa, spent Sunday with her grandmother I
1 City of Kissimme", have given: the two different paving methods u CLASS BANQUCT. \

'.I' great: deal cf thought and study, and are of the opinion that the most busi- Mrs. Helen Perd. -- '-- .,"
:; netlike and most economical ---- |I The Baraca Class of the First : ; a -
plan and the
plan doing the
greatest good for Mrs. N.41. Masses of Marshallville,
the greatest number, would be tist church will five
the fifty-fifty plan but realizing that there Georgia, who has been visiting her a banquet next
in some sentiment in favor of the seventy-thirty plan, have 'Tuesday evening in the parlors of the
this day called sister, :Mrs. Earl Lupfer for the last
a referendum election for the church. All members of the clots
purposo of submitting the two different )pav- two months, leaves today for her \their and
ing'eiethods' to the freeholders friends are invited to be
.the and we hereby agree to adopt and follow home. She will make the trip by way present, ,e
method l dfkignated as the guests of
by the majority of the Farmer,
voters voting at said election. of St. Augustine.Mrs. superintendent -
i A. S. of the Sunday fcchool.
I __ _ t
Mayor-Commissioner. W. II. Burns of Jack .
> -"
}' "* Cit." -- G. W. PERSONS, ncompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. When buying goods for a suit or''

V City Commissioner. Burns of Austin, Texas, stayed over coat inquire if it has been .pc>nlted. YOUR SUNDAY DINNER A MEMORY

,*_ H. M. KATZ :Monday and Tuesday at the home of If not this must be attended. to before -- -- -- --

March 24, 1924. City Commissioner. j Mrs. A. W. Winn, enroute to St. Petersburg cutting, or every spot of water will We have prepared a special Chicken Dinner for
t ._____ i you
-. - where they will attend the ,Jeave a disfiguring mark. If caught and the family for Sunday. We know

g i "TOM" CAMPBELL- HERE. I BIG EIGHT DAY SAKE ;j Legion convention. in spot a,shower but the the skirt material may will shrink not Only an delighted with our service and the pure,you fresh will food be

Lyles V. Misses .Jennottc und Norma Griffin inch: or two.George we serve.
Senator\ T. J. Campbell an Osceola: Story carries: an aJ in

county: boy who baa "made good," liThe Gazette this week announcing u Sallie Lodbctter, Mary Sanderson, : __ ______ I ; Special CuiseneSpecial .

passed through Kissimmee last Sat.- I eight day sale which begins tomorrow and Messrs. John Sanderson Richard : "I hear .you got married. I Service .
t-, Bandy and Bill Hettingcr, motored to Who tot A WONDERFUL
y 'The Gazette an morning. Nearly everything I CHICKEN DINNER FOR 75cDAYSON'S
.; appreciated visit. lie has sold the Iin[ the store is included in the sale Tampa Tuesday" to attend "The :Masqueraders Fred: "To a woman, of ooume, you

t 1 Sarasota Times and equipment, but 1 at prices that cannot be duplicut- which was presented bv i insect. Who ever heard of marrying .

: v retains- the building inwhich the 'I led in the larger cities where rent and the university boys of Florida. George: "Well, my mother did." HOTEL & CAFE

i' :'l plant is located and has ether expenses must be added a man ?"
disposed oft to the Misr- Sallie Perry, Mrs. Damn :Mac-: I r

) nearly' all his other holdings in. Sara- telling prieNow: is the opportune key and children, Sara and Junior, St. -, - OPPOSITE BAND STAND
i fr-v .801...- "Tom" says he "mopped:l up" ont time for' Gazette readers to' lay in a Miss Clara Bray and Slater Brinson -Construction of new .

) th.jjdeal-and this will be good news supply of summer merchandise at the of Valdosta, Georgia, spent the week high school building completed. I GEORGE R. DAYSON, Proprietor 1 f

s+ to ,bU many friend" here who have [time when it is most seasonable. Pat- end with Dr. and Mrs. Haynes Brin

tc' known him from infancy as he was ronize home merchants and, keep son. The left : -- - - -- --' .
M born6end rained your I party Monday for -- . .. .
+ in
at Campbell Station, money Lakeland Tampa and St Petersburg.
17 four-f niles southwest of thin city. The

'>' r of The Gazette was interested ERNEST GREEN'S HOME BURNS I I The home of H. M. Breaker on Mal- In The

In the Sarasota Times before coming The home of' Ernest- Green I I; bctte street was robbed lust Monday Days When They Lived To Love!

i to Kfasimmee! and in all business burned was !I night. It is reported the thief broke The! mo i iflunujt I ,
romance of
dealings found 11)'. absolute- therr-round Tuesday. afternoon -- into the house hl.tory' bright page has been made into
Campbell j' while Mr Green by means of a windowin /Infcn- cijuallej. for magnificence of a photoplay never i
was working in back-ground
1y tquan and congratulates him in this the dining room. A gold watch, or thrill of entertainment

"' quitting( the newspaper game and en- I city. Since Mr. Green sold his chain and alum of money is reported Gigantic! Lavish
"\ I home here he has !
gnglnp in development work with I living in the missing. The police are investigating. Spectacular! :1:1yw

f .whlcb he is thoroughly familiar. 'I(I country in his home, in the Partin Against the riches and most gorgeous/ background. ever built for :

1I.""wss Settlement.. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dillon !of Lowell, story of history's! greatest romance- unfolded! a motion picture the
accompanied 14r. The
by S.
s a prominent real estate ILlXlu'kMkJ (I b. McPhatter was just going by the Ohio, who are appreciated winter vies entertainment. screen ha* never given a more brilliant i

op- place when he and some neighbors itors to Kissimmee, departed
lei rafoV of today
Sarasota, and was beaded Tho GOLDWIN
: fori'YestIWpu'f'r! r Senator had just(time Enough to save* the ;/or; their northern home, called thereb present EMMETT J. FLYNN Production in the

I: ,CaJilpbeU :iaa< is.! f'Jt' enL The1:barn 'and out-buildings, urgent bu.'!.... Mr.Millon" is'
doe rt .estate \ PALACE
4 JeWfeotfbtinuA *
i extensively I interested in the 'oil: In. OF THE
holdings, and-wher5hBJ| KING
., >oiverect!.a 200-room J ( hotel expect and) of-to > 4r"One-Cent. t ",' -i-a., dustry. JThlsiia.Mrv'and) ; Mrs, Dillon's F. "
Sale / By Marien
,. ?>: I begins AprilMl and fourte ;pth season in Kissimmee and! Crawford, with Blanch Sweet, Pauline Starke
tice/Building. The...$ arette wishes' tends April 6, at R. G, Minick's, The they promise to come Edmond Lowe. Hobart. Bosworth, s
''Jab ill again next ,
success wherever b'e goeel, Rexall Store. 4
.r J'i T j ii, i 11 -1 I ir "- -* winter. I .CASINOTHEATRE-ONE C
f!:; ,. IU i Mary: Tiller, who baa accept'Flay Jay C. White- of Ohio PAY ONLY'MO
ii:} eel ;l"po expresses: his Mr and Mn. Frank. Austin of Men.fort.Mfthigan i1 AXE.MATINEE! wt ,- '
; "
tfOR..AlWtf'f.J1h: con/ldence:"".-", 'futut.'I1U"s"! : AND: IGIi'CrMARCH31st; "'1
t FIeJT; lp'tCaI' at' St:"'Augestine:- I( : : are the'JhouVguest: MATINEE lOc .'
EISTfMEE7 + and
buying t1' 25c ); .
l lot
a ot'fra.r.; :
lovely J. '
:| Tucker7"haVinif' Just( .," ,, 1; NIGHT
'' are pext'week'to'aespme = =
: her,duties. ,in MAGNOLIA PARK 2bc"'ahd'50c! ". 01,1.
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DDITION.1kac4e turnedfrom a to $ I .. ,. :
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1. WHERE TO WORSHIP and Melbourne.between the' entire Freemantle:Th 2,889./miles Special-Six Adelaide under negotiated AN 'IDEAL SPOT

extremely severe conditions and came '
through in, perfect running order. Kissimmee has a tourist camp,.that In'an ideal,, spot

This new,Australian record of Stun \ They say it is as good a camp as any town has got.

.1 debaker's. ,come on the heels of new' It I is not on a muddy creek, or even by the sea ;
FAMILY DAY AT FIRST BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN. 'CHURCH marks recently established by stock i' And the colt is only nominal. in fact its really free {,; x
model Studebaker in the ,
| What Is said to be the largest con- Rev.: W. 0. Hornbaker, B. D. Minister SHALT" BETTER THAN desert and in the Union cars of Syrian The tourists :that are camping'there,''they, come from far and near.
;South Al- .
; regation in the history of the First 10:00 a. mBible School. C.; E. "THOU SIIALT NOT" rica. And really it In quite a treat the.stories that you hear. '

Baptist church: enjoyed tho Fannie Yowcll, superintendent. School graded. You'll hear of roads.that full"'of mud and some that's full of sand
rosby service Sunday: night, and a Good instructors. Hearty wel- 1, Thy shalt qualify thyself to be "tilIY; NEIGHBOR SAYS: And then you'll hear another one,'.that :will swear to'beatbe band.
pedal effort' is being made to have come extended you. Men's Bible priest over thine own house, and both ti
the church '' and families Class studying Book of Acts. Come by precept and: example\ conduct they the
of -
family ;
very bmg friend. An excellent paste for cleaning And then you'll hear the cows and pig that roam around land. sAnd
: a children in the of I
not churched attend' the Bible 7'JO: p. m.-Preaching service. paths righteousnessand saucepans, boards sink, tiles, discolored i of potatoes, cabbage and peas that really grow in and.-.- 1. ,

School and the 11 o'clock preaching 4:00: p. Wednesday. Bible Study truth. china, stone paint, etc., can They talk of things they raise back home: everything so fine,
Service, Sunday when the pastor will class for those unable to 'attend in 2. Thou shalt treat no other wom- be made as follows: Tako equal'', You hear of rain, and then of cold, that we have had this fall.. ,
"Christ The Hope of the the evening. Tourists especially In- an with greater respect and courtesy I '
reach on, vited. 'parts of whiting, soft soap, white I
Home-The Hope of the World. All 7:30 p. Wednesday.. B.blc Stu than thou dost treat thine own wife; sand and nodu. Place the ingredientsin I To sit and I listen to their tales, you'd think they had some gall,,

families will be asked to ,sit together, dy. neither shalt thou forget: to be decentin -a saucepan, adding enough: water 'i I We have good times now you can bet, we have our parties, too, t

and the pastor nays he has a special -*::00 p. m. Thursday Junior the presence of thy family. to form a smooth paste. Boil until ; I And if you'd drop in at dinner time you'd find a pot of stew,

[message for them.Superint.c'ndent Christian Endeavor. Miss Edith Miller 3. Thou shalt create in thy home dissolved and pour into jars for future : Strawberries 6r a pot of beans,. may catch your wandering eye-
Carson Farmer superintendent. and in thy place of work an atmosphere with clean flannel And if look little *
use. Apply a you a more, you'll see a baking pie.
[stated yesterday that Sunday's at- hearsal.7:30 p. m-Saturday, is choir re- of good will aid) cheerfulness.Thou wrung out of hot water and afterward -

I tendance,upon the Bible school outdid I Visitors! invited to all services. holt not engender strife but re rinse with clear warm water. ; They roam around these tourists do, as one can plainly ice, .
[previous record-breaking attendances : Church study telephone No. 269. member that a soft answer turncth They want to see all they can, and ge verything that's free.

and the Sunday school will carry outa away wrath. I Lamp chimneys and other glass- ', Shells and seeds. and pods and bans and even our long grass,
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4. Thou shalt employ just weightltand ware are considerably toughened by i I I
program in keeping with the home -- I Everything is a vi.cUm. when once within their grasp. ,
[ Rev. W. II. Dresch D. D., Pastor measures in thy business and being boiled in salt water. Wicks

idea.At the evening evangelistic service chalt not neglect to pay all thy 'hon- which have been used a long tIme and : The cocoa-nuts and needles, too, they fall before their gaze .
> 8:45; a. m.--Sunday School. Prof. est debts-' that smoke when should be
[ the pa.tor'win preach on, "What Will D. U. Shaver, superintendent. I, burning | It seems that all the tourists have got that same old craze;
Who Is 6. Thou shalt set a good example soaked several hours in vinegar 'and 1 But thing I know and 111 this In
[ XUsimmee Do With Jesus 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. I one ten you so, and what I'll says
Called The pbri.U"Th. Subject: "Liberty Th e Burden.: I for thy children and thy neighbor's allowed to dry thouroughly. The That your tourist camp, in your'good town is surely bound. to* pay.
augmented chorus choir, reinforced Vocal Duct, "Father We Thank children in the matter of industry and flame will burn with renewed bright

by the orchestra make the Thee" Mrs. Barber and Mr*. Par lfr. civic righteousness. ness. I For the tourists there have got to live, and now that may seem quite

musical program" attractive and at 3:00 p. m.--Junior Christian En 6. Thou .shalt be punctual in meet- I Cranberries can be made very pal strange, .

all services quartette, duet and sole deavor. ing all thy engagements and thy just : atable with the use of a little sugar But just drop in to any store and you'll see they leave some change.

e' renditions will be had. deavor.C:30 p. m.-Senior Chrirtian En- obligations, especially thy covenant I by mixing them with about half their !I And the campers there have had their share of pleasure and of fun

vow with the Lord, thy God. Thou And when they pack their outfits, why their work it will be done.
7:30 p. m.-Sermon by the pastor. bulk of apples. Rub both the cranberries .
shall perform
not these
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTESAttorney Subject: "Restoring the Blind. Or- vows by I and the apples through a col- '. ..
chestra. proxy. ander. __ And when they start for northern climes, to homes where they can
7. Thou shalt not carry thy grouch I roost,
Milton Pledger will speak 7:30 I
p. m.-Wcd'-.esdsy. Prayer I
in the Christian church Sjndiy evening nnd Bible service. into the family circle nor compel thy A Rood floor stain that goes right: ; They will pave the way for another day, for one big welcome boost

at 7:30, on "The Trial of Jesus' 4:00 p. m.-Thur-dap. Wonl n'* I tang-suffering" / friends to listen to thy into the wood and lery durable is Of a town that's fair and on the square where the friendship is
Bible Class Mrs. Katbe-iue West, pr-rsonaf grievances) I made of linseed oZ colored with : mellow,
an Man. Mr. Pledger has given
the subject much study and will pinto <. I -neher.7:::10) m.-ThurI1Y.'h'lr! 8. Thou shaltrespect all lawful au- ground burnt umbel. Rub t.horough-I Where! it make no differnce from where you come, you're treated asa
p. fionty and shall obey the laws of thy ly into the boards with a flannel pad regular fellow.
the details of the mnltor ai if he tire I
wan making the greatest )pita 1 of Iii i 1'i,tor'l will finn i flria'ch'ome)/ ountry, that the youth who observe j and next day poliOi', with beeswax and J i Where the birds they sing, nnd the water too, is pure and. quite re- 4
tdeo may not find excuse:: for evading turpentine I Ii 1 freshing.
to a home-like\ hutch
life before the lou I bar This will !
the law, oven in small! inutU'rx Thou j I
-- - -
ho n gnat opportunity for ihi- peopleof i A of powdered nlum niixed II
Kissimmee! to hear this cinitionrreenUcI I.SJOHN'S. | :; EI.ICI'JL:; i| ( '\llmCnII : IIhl
U' by : ;;, ,, I thy city. I And an I close so the story goes of the camp and the campers free,
from a frnl ulanitpoiiit Rev w.G; ; I.i: stove a fine luster and! with half the
II 9. In words! and ; I
I II thy II'LIIII"' thou_ For they'll boost the town and the camp you'll see
one of our host t attorneys --- work
At 11 o'clorV Pr Unrnha* will I f h\I: ).1 a. m,- Ii"'" <'on-inu-. > shall ever do a min's. )part in they ___ __ _ __ I II I Of your camp right here in ,K1SS-IMM-EE.
peak Ruhl",.,: "li We Co: To I lit. :on n. m.-'h.rh Srvio., in the home and among the fellows But I i "Thousands of iruttH of xe/etah'cH; I--
I'HI uh J llou..'. thou shalt not forget that thou weiton
I' going forward from St. Lucie
fliurrh to IM Kntertamed : ; are ._.
Worship or 1 J rah---l'; .iirji i ,
J II :oo n r -
rni'-jr J.ny. co a boy. -- -- -- -
Is the Oorpel the Powr of Col J county points daily, the shipments
I ",'i'inuti. J O. Thoy ghalt not abuse thy conscience growing in volume, day by day," says and fourth Friday i afternoons of each President___Miss Elizabeth
unto nlvl1tion ? 1 7:4: .; p. m. Kni<)cr pre;<'* and but halt keep thy soul oen"itive i( month in the Chapter HOOK Secretary: ________Mrs. S. H. Bulk
the Fort Pierce News-Tribune. "Car
The choir will (.inj!'. "Th" TAr I is\ ,l' I to the voice of God! within thee." .President. --________Mrs. M. V. Boyer Treasurer---------Mrs. A. W. Winn
Mindful of His 'Own," l h y :. load lots arc being shipped from Vero I Vice-President.Mrs. W. B. Makinson L'Jbrary Ch'm.____Mrs. S. B. Aultman
'm.-\\.iw"J..y. Li'at
: > p. : .yF11ts1' And thou shall -strive to make thymother'
i hon, containing a bass o'o l.IPlllld'l-\\ and- Sebastam while many smaller Secretary--____Mrs. John McPhatter

eph Stump augmented' ly, the choir. Ii.1l'I1ST l'lll'RCiIltev. prayers effective.-Dr. J. consignments are going forward from I I KiIlHi..mH--w.ea'. Club Business and Professional W.....'* ,..
Webster Bailey Chicago, 111.
I : in thei Club
At 7:10: Miss ;Madge: Rivers will --, - practically every shipping point i

play A violin solo,, accompan'ed by Walter B... Knight, Pabtor NEW RECORD---x--> IN county, the total representing probably I Meets at three o'clock on the first Meets second Tuesday night of acb <
Miss Mae Winn. -- - I as much as three carloads a day. Tuesday afternoon of each month at month. '..!*,.

The Men's Bible clues is building n \ 0.4S! : a. m.-Sunlay School. Car- AUSTRALIAN RACE I,Beans, cabbage, peppers, potatoes, I the Chapter House. President--______Miss H. K. Sawyer
-*wn Farmer 8upl.- ntendpnt.. Classes I lettuce: and other garden products President------Mrs. H. N. Makinson VIce-PresidentMrl.: Lillian Deyoreo
class room north of the church for a for ill evil. I make the Grown lit Vice-Prea.Mr. J. Z. Roberson Secretary_________Miss Percie Oliver
class home. We? will meet! for thee 11:00 u. m.-Morning Subject: I --- { up shipments. on n 2nd Vice-Pre.Mn. O. T. Sigler Treasurer .,_____Miss Lucy Bucket
liMIt time next Sunday in the new "Christ The" Hope of the Homo and across desert wastes smaller scale, there arc to be seen in Secretary_________Mrs. Alice Parker ,
mountainous roads and rugged main- ;i local groceries many other products Treasurer__________:Mrs. John Pugh -
room. The (Hope of The World.\ A special Pareat-Teachera' A'aiodation,
Chairman of Civic Department,
land, a Studebaker Special-Six tour- hereabouts celery as fine as
effort it being: made to secure the attendance grown _____________Mrs A. T. Morrison ,'
METHODIST MEN'S BANQUET of every family of the ing car has just established a new | was ever produced in the state, large Chairman of Fine Arts Department Meets at four o'clock 'on the first

church the Bible school and the record in a thrilling-race against time ,delicious and pretty strawberries, tur- ,____________Mrs. H. W. Boice Thursday afternoon of each month in
upon from. Freemantle to Aus- the high school building.President..Mrs. .
Sydney nips, rutabagas etc -
The banquet of the- !tIt>n's Bible 11 o'clock preaching service, when the Mothers' Club J. I* Overstreet \
class of the 'Methodist church which pastor brings them a special message. I Vice-Pre.ldent.Mn. F. C. Bryan
was 'held at Fraternity Hall last Quartette and solo. The car ,watt driven by John Burton "Quality Plus Service in Commercial Meets at three o'clock on the third Secretary..Miss: Foda McNeil \
be a veteran Australian motorist. Printing." Try The Gazette job Friday afternoon of each month. Treasurer..Mrs. B.. G.* Smith
Thursday night was declared to 6:30 p. m.-Senior;B. Y. P. U. . : '
It went through the gruelling grindof I Pre.ident14n. W. J. Fripp -
7:30 m.-"Popuhu": evening evangelistic *
the biggest thing from a chvrch p. department. *
service" the pastor! preaches 2.RR9! miles in five days, 21 hours Secretary._______Mrs. T. R. Moseley Red CTOM ,
standpoint of view ever given in our I Treasurer----------Mrs. G. W. Best -
city. It resulted from an offer made on, "What Will Kissimnve Do With and 45 minutes. This is 16 hoars!! and tI.I. Committee on Child Welfare, I Meets at the call of the presidentat

by M. M. Miller to furnish a turkey: Jesus Who Is Called The Christ?" 12 minutes faster than the previous "I I KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB-r Mesdames J. E. Lupfer, G. W. Best the Chamber of Commerce. ,
attendance 7:10:: p. Wednesday. Prayer record of 6 days, 13: hours and 57 I And Their Activities and R. J. Denning. i President_____________Ellis F. Davii
dinner to the class when its meeting.Renditions 1 minutes.In fr- -> I Secretary__________Mrs. Willa Steed .
reache 75. Last Sunday 89 men by the choi rand quartet addition Burton drove the Studebaker W. C. T. U. Hart Memorial Treasurer____________ Howard Katz
attended the claim sennioh. The ban- will feature: the musical program. Home Service Secretary______
quet hall and tabled. were decorated "\ ou will like this church. A welcome through to a new record in Meets at four o'clock on the second Meets at the call of the president. I ,--______.___Allison T. French

with roses from the !Miller home. as gunial as Florida .sunshine .
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Some of the good ladies of the church awaits you.:

assisted in the .'atlllnJ
preparing (
turkey and all of tho trimmings were ----

pronounced die best yet. The band! Rev. John .'. Phillips, D. D.
boys furnished the music and It V.HA - -- t7 Oa
9-i:) a. in.-Sunday School. J. L.
fine. 105 men attended the feast. Overxtreet, superintendent. Pleasebe Rfrc,
The air was heavy with the perfume on time.
of. roses end tremulous! with 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the pastor C
music. The tables were just loaded, Subject: "The Fine Art of Noble
Living. Special: music by the choir.
with good things to eat. The spirit
was harmonious and fraternal. The :, 0-30: p.' m.-Epworth League. All

feast of good things for- the inner I of the young peop\e.\ invited to this

man was splendid but the flow I service.
t of soul and good fellowship was still ".HO::: p. m.-Sermon by the Pastor. 1'c I '
Beater. j Subject: "Why I Am A Christian.

After eating the feast John F. Phillips I Splendid musical program by orchestra -

who acted OR. toastmaster culled and Men's Chorun.

for three cheers for M. M. Miller. The 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer
Meeting. Subject : "The Church Asa
cheering started things: going. About
a dozen men responded to the call of Help in the Christian Life." All _
school teachers especially in- _
toastmaster for short speeches.
; '
Among those speakingwre Rev. vited. ,
Knight Farmer, Overstreet, Lupfer, I All members of the Men's Bible

Neel, Steed, Stanford Gardner, Sheriff Class especially requested to be out

( band Farmer speaking.The gave, several.and Rev.selections Phillips.duringthe Tho be Sunday taken.morning. A class picture will We No Longer Need to Explain the

big speech was made by For Are yoU'a lover music? If so, .

, rest Lake, mayor of Sanford, and the you will enjoy the services at the

teacher of the great Scrap Iron Bible Methodist church. Meaning of a One Cent Sale

+ class! of that city. lie -gave a splendidtalk The splendid church orchestra and I I

on Bible class work. tho great Men's Chorus are adding

give Brother the class Walter a Bass barbecue has offered when we to greatly Nothing to can the beat services a of lot the of's Our first year we saved the public, in Drug Store Merchandising, more than II '

reach is planning an attendance to go home of 100.Sunday The class from ,voices mented blending by an the old songs, aug- $1,200; the second $1,800; the third more than $3,000 and this, our fourth, we -

third base, that I., to have 100 out. expect to exceed the $5,000 mark. We control all the famous lines worth

A class picture will be taken Sunday Attention: W. C T. U. Members

morning be present..and every It is man the is plan requestedto to get Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock the while in a. :drug store---there must be a reason. Sale begins April First and

eJl of the Men's) Bible classes of the W. C. T. U. will have an excellent pro- ends April Fifth. Circulars being distributed now.
presented to
city together at' some early date and gram. Prie will be

formulate some plan of action for the several member' for excellent work Q

uplift of ''the',community.VM in the recent membership drive. Neal '

MMMOMW-M, WMWWM r. Dow*. birthday,will obsenredj' also. R. G MINIGKkissimmee '
w -
FW" quick ,Handling,.... Horton :A the rUnlon: Signal.; Dy." :The St. . . ; "'
.- Cloud W.. Ce T.'U. ha"seat word )0 .. .. :
-Luke .a..1t4In ,tfo ,'
'. entire membership will If ....' ) < : ,;: :
that, theireeleir .
.'Ii .
1 remit:Sale" :',begin" "- *\' 'cailends ( .; visit K1N1m ."'W.;C..T.-U.; : and'**chmember' : SgVIv *0 Florida.. +H
to ,the
to be present;,
:April-5. at' R. Gs Minick's,r The ts urged >> ,,
:Eexall, Store ""'" .*" "welcome them.- '.', -* ..
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'w\"';:..' W;: "rlN>3 .;Iii ..."........ :Jn'>_::1''.1"' .;,..... 1c: s .-A'.f.,." .. '.."., ,> ' '".. .- ,., "", ..- .' ,.- .-'/ -,. .,t' *- *r WWJt" .aeti.M i4''k.'i.w FR d "'iH wlk.u? a'Llr% .1 : 14 'w Sy .u' +

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-- ----- --- the flnist )ots
'Waiting'to how you
'I- dNew Have seen Magnolia Park Lots i
i io-T "bungalowon you 15-tf
; broom '.in \the city.
GAZETTE 70x120 corner lot, on paved street, .-.or the l lovcely I L -
: HIGH SCHOOL in best residence section of Sanfordfor LOW" that is being built Work on I i I. WILSON A TOOMER FERTIU.
Kissimmee property Furnishedif the Bungalow and streets Is moving ZERS SOLD .BY II. C. STAFFORD.Jacksonville

.... -- 11. A. Noel l, Ganetto Of conditions .
-- -.- '-- --- 27 desired along aj fast as' weather \ -Site being cleared: for

VOLUME II KISSIMMEE: ,FLORIDA, MARCH 27, 1921 NUMBER fice. tf will pdrmit. Call at the -offlco in Florida Paper .Mills
.., of .
: '. _ Ast for particulars erection
__ _ - st"te.Dank Buildin "
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= -- -
----- -- FERTILIZERS .
Editor .?-..._,____ p Doughten and the' cast. All together we took,. .:SOPHOMORE\ NOTES WILSON SOLD&BY: TOOMER II. C. STANFORD of FRET: BUNGALOW. Car. company._ "plant.It's ,
ditoruEleanor: Rosen in of which amount about ,. -- ------- --
: -
Assistant 143.65, The Sophomore class used to bonst ----,_. ------ ---- -'- I
REPORTERS $125 will be clear. This money goes
9th Grade___________-Helen .G rdey toward the annual'Junlor-Senior. ban' that-they were. the largest class in 1

10th Grade______.Julra Ledbetter Seniors. high school. Jpt'seemingly, "them
So ready,
jlth Grade___Mary Louise, Snodgrass quet. get days i is gone forever," and we now

:" 12th Grade.w__________.-...Mae Winn Lawrence Ms "Do you know whatit have to ,admit that the Rats are .r
r. "I't is to go before an audience?" .' ahead of us- in numbers,. af least 1
.' }Failures in life can be eliminated Alfred W.: "No. I spoke before an Last week we lost another' pupil. l

\_ "1 \lt you ran find (the Tight place audience once, but most of it went Dona VanDuier. Dona is the fifth

-tho"place where they fit inT-for every before 1 did..' S ,
1 left
t": man and woman. This is' the ''', pupil } ,since Christ- S1TW.

". opinion of an able and successful "social -." FRESHMAN NOTES, mal', and we have gained only one,
our ranks are, becoming a bit thinned.The" .
'worker. Every one of us has a '
The Freshmen recently discovered were glad of the rain .
live their liven! Sophs
strong spot. Many
that they have greatly increased their 'decided
without ever having been "located" last Thursday, for Miss Shockley
vocabulary, during'thel six. months that not enough pupils ?
"on this spot. Find the thing that you wjcr
of high school.'' This they have done there to take an Algebra: test. ,Alter
for and- follows naturally
are good success by using their dictionaries when Ahey that the History class had high )hopes,
. though not always ea'ily. the
' / Time' to Discard
< Don't waste your time and dull year are in doubt. but Miss Bass made us take the test 1 .

"',. hny' how. But it was short and 'easy .
whole life by: staying in a square hole The Freshmen wish to congratulateour ,
if you are sound. Take' a chance at "buddies," tho Juniors, An tho fo we thanked the rain for that, too. '

'less pay and harder work and longer splendid talent they' displayed in| First Freshman; "Well, what's the .Old Hat. .
hours. But do the things that Inter. "Clarence." Juniors, the, "Freshies" ticket?" <*. : :

( est .you.. Do the. things that you can art going to show you how little they 1 Second Freshman: '"111 spin a ,coin. .:

", :. ,;, do well and that you like to do. Success thought you did by giving you something .I If it's heads we'll go to the'show' ; ii .o V'' ..
.;-':.,; in life is a matter of the long they think that you will like.:' if it done "
tails, we'll go to' the dance; and. has its
run. It is not a matter of a few If things turn out as they are being,:(stands on edge well study." The old cap, felt hat or derby

months or a few years. Set your vision planned,,you will have Iota of fun,
.'''p',4, on the long fun. Wyckoff, 'class. I I Clyde 11..1, had a good Joke to duty throw it away and come out next I
( : R
>*** WlBHMJBBBM** MMB>MSWHM* HaB> ten this but I '
evening see you

if 6;.,. ,:. JUNIOR NOTES. ."Johnny voice., give" ,mean, example of passive l I:(pre not yon in condition to' receive it." Sunday in anew, : Straw: Hat. Our.: display

(... . Last Friday night. the public enjoyed W. The 0 horse I i Lena II.: -"WhyV'Clyde i is
: Johnny : was run : H.: "Because if your face is novel complete and the price within I
11; one of the best school plays ever over by the automobile." ,
..It I put on in Kissimmee., ,As early: as Miss. Wyckoff' '"Very good. Now lights up the powder will go off. r '

seven o'clockthe auditorium began make that same! sentence active. I 1>11'. Bowen: "What's a dry dock?"- your reach"at' : I"

,l to lilflo., "Clarence" staged at eight.; Johnny W. (after much labored I Raymond T.: "A physician whowon't I

;.L After the first act the,audience was consideration) "The horse ran over give' out prescriptions.Daniel 'i ,

'. ", commenting; on how superexcellent the automobile. I. $2.50 to $5.00
'.:a. the play was and after the last act Minx: "I want to buy a dog c,

..( they were wishing to see it all over Book Agent: "This book will do half collar."

This 'however workl'Sue I I Clerk "Yes sir what size shirt ____ .. ..
,. again. was surprising your : s. ** *B*****s**ssss. ss *sssssss *******'**.* M***
.. considering the instructions L; "Give me two, quick! do you. wear?" .

(;..' .'... y.on.'ESANJ> LINENS .. .
'I _
BASKETBALL GIRLS NOTICE: 'TO BIDDERS I the freeholders sentiment would of a b.majority. to have of a said referendum A very snappy line of Printed and Permanent Voiles, in guaranteed fast to
Notice la hereby given. by the. Hoard election, and .
of Public Instruction In and for Osce- WIIERKAH.; the City Commissioners. tub and, sun in very attractive patterns. We are offering a'very new line of
aiR County, Florida that sealed bid have each Individually agreed to support -
FEAST AT DAYSOWSBUSINESS will be received by the hoard of Public I the plan acceptable to.a majority'
linens shrunk and 1 .fast color] -xPriced reasonable. .
Instruction of Osceola County Flor of .such free-holders, andWHERBAH. imported fully very
ida at the ufltce of the Superintendentof I .- the election hereinafter I .
Public: Inn. ttcttott, at Kissimmee' called will be merely a referendum .
Florida, up 'J and Including 10:001: I I! election to determine the wishes of the'
.AND PROFESSIONAL o'clock a. m., on Thursday, the ,,. people a. to which method should bo REMARKABLE. VALUES IN LADIES; READY-MADE UNDERWEARA
1 / WOMEN'S CLUB ENTERTAIN of May. A. l>. 1824, for the. purchase of j I: used; and not the question of the Issuance .
the lollowInK described special Tax of Hands

y MONDAY' NIGHT School$1100.000 DlHtrlct of Bonds bond, to-Wit of Kpoclal: Taxi j I I NOW vested THEREFORE In us. we, by the virtue undersigned of thepotter showing' of dainty and attractive: Princess;; :'slips in ;the popular] colors] of.. .

M. School KlpridnJ/ald IJlutrlct bond No.4,being Oaceola of' countY'j I decljir do hereby thnt there announce wilt proclaim t>.. H nuetjulelection and 1 flesh. and white., Attractive Teddies- the 'same. colors and daintiness. -All: .

+t On Monday evening,. ?March 17, aI'j' noinltiiftloii "t' ll.OuOOO each, .;,! held at the ntv Hall.. III the .
Ii ed consecutively from One (1) to One City of Kissimmee, Florida. during the 'moderately'priced.. .
St. Patrick's banquet was given by I Hundred 100), Inclusive. Said bond lelal..houra of voting on the I dth day ,
Business and Professional Wornr. are dated MRII. 144, bearlnir Interestat of April A. i). 1924 for the purpose of ,
-J the the rate and one-half (6% %) determine, the sentiments of the freeholders .
en's Club, to the ,members of the per cent per annum, payable semi-annually In the City of .Klnimm. on
'Osceola High School basketball team'at i' and payable maturing as follows and ; becoming, duo I the)following For or ;against proposition paving, tORwlt'ea on the' .Work Shirts-Blue Chambra, of good durable, quality, at 85c, 90c, 95c $1.00

Dayson's cafe. The team was first j Bonds numbered One. (IV to Six (fI), ao termed llfty-flfty plan which . -
Inciuklve, shall be'M.y .1, 181'J; would necessitate a' bond Issue -
ti taken to the Casino theatre to ace tho i Honda numbered Seven (7J to"I Fourteen I. In the future for I 1/6.000.00, andwhich '
celebrated photoplay, "Three Wise (14). Inclusive., shaHbe' would Include $12,50000 "Uncle Sam" Brand-A truly] good shirt, specially priced at . . . : .$1.00
) 1, m4| payablp.l.I&y for.payment of the City' prop. I
Fools," at the close of which: the par Uond numbered Fifteen (IB) toTwentyfour erty and Neptune Road; $47,- I
'' (24). Inclusive, .shall be 6OXJOO for drainage; (2600000 IF
ty, numbering! some 47'women, proceeded payable May 1, 1H3S.;; for extension of sanitary sew.
to the Day/son | Bonds numbered Twenty-five (26) to I erage.
Thirty-seven (>7), Inclusive, shall be ORb
There in the center of the spacious puvable. May 1, 1844; I I ( ) For or against pnvlrra- on. the Goods Store
Thirty-eight.. ne.CornerDry:
hall was a table set for twelve and Bonds numbered 128) no termed seventy-thirty plan
to Fifty-three (63) Inclusive., shall be which would necessitate a bond .
the members of the basketball team payable May 1. 1949; ,.Issue lrt *he future for 1163. .
invited assemble Bonds numbered Fifty-four (54) to '1)00.00, and which would include$12.500.n0 n'
1. to around this
,were *Wient '-three e1l, Inclusive shall be '.
<;,1 > I for CIt)' property Quality Corner-No. 2
'.table. The members of the frvUffain- parable May 1, 181i4,' {r "V---V ""' and Neptune Road.; $41GOO.OO for Broadway
ing club then took thei places at the bonds. numbered'-. Seventy-four(74). lilt I drainage: 125.00000 for''extentilon : .
::to One Hundred (100) Inclusive shall e a of sanitary I sewerage) $7Ku
other.tables in ,the d' mg, .room,which 14N4IHulhsprincipaltandtinterest be payable: )May 1', 1 it 9..." "itf., ,'iiupwtansitq of"said 000 00 ifor;;City'puANDtwa'do thirty ner con4aehare.0se09 ;

wevefarranged J arojind the large'cen- are'payable at'thai *National |. hereby'declarethat only
ter table. On the guests' table were 'I Dank of New. Tork City New the qualified and duly reirlsteredut. .
York. ,
or. of the City who own real estate ,
'several bunches of beautiful\ flowers The Board reserve the right to reJect therein, shall -be entitled to vote at .,. .- ,. .'r"'
all bid. A certified check' 6-
e and -in the center was a large clusterof for-lwo (2%) per cent of the amount We hereby appoint 13. O Van Agnew Tot .J. i.
artificial flowers. The ,color bid payable to the order of the Chairman H. N. Dratton and John McPhat- :.-., r 'Jt
of the Board of. Public Instruction I t..r aa Inspector. to conduct said eleeItlon. w
scheme was green' and white. of Osceola County, Florida, must accompany I( .
..." I" The dinner was of the three.course each bid.The ,,! IN WITNESS WIJEREOF. we have '
chicken variety and was served to 47 attorney opinion, a. to ef the John legality C. ,Thomp.on'l I hereunder* set of.'our the hand City of a* Kissimmeeand City Commissioner Fo"'dsO Ji'

.q .women diners. Miss Margaret Stanford sue. will be furnished the caused. the seal of said City to be !
bidder. I hereunder affixed this 25th .day of '
': was toastmaster for the Wom.en' H'M. KATZ, March, A D. 1S24. ..., ..&.. "
Chairman. Board of'Public Instruction, I A, rtlt-nERT. tl. .
club Miss Edith McLean ; ,
responded Oaceola County, .'Iorlda.AtI..t ,
Mayor-Co m rnl e s i on a r.C .
for the basketball team. The : Q W. PERSONA Make this a Fordson Year ;
City .
class yell was given by the team. Superintendent of Public Instruction', II M. Fats Commissioner. j. 'i.
From all the Information the writer , Usoeola County: Florida. 16-Ht City Commissioner.. t "
(Seal of the City of klsslmmeo. ). Have dependable Fordson Power ready * F
could obtain on this affair, it wasf f ELECTION PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS It-It -<
no doubt one of the best events as j all preliminaries.. when the fields are first readyfor breaking. '" 3Jfmnmg&u.i '
of the. WILSON &: TOOMER FERTILI. ,.') .
:yet ,put on by the Business and Professional ] necessary to commence paVIng In the '" I
Women's.Club. and thosewho City WHEREAS of Kissimmee, the City are ready Commissioner, and ZERS SOLD BY II. C. STANFORD. . ThrougK
i, were fortunate \leenounrh _to attend I feel that the *o termed "fifty-fifty plan Chas.; F. Tatum of the MAGNO tile power for bigger profits on every farm
I I. the proper: flan.: but some of the .
: admit freely they could not, have free-holder of the pity{ feel otherwise, LlA. PARK ADDITION CO., is still k.that.rcquires .:,e

Jiad 'a better time. I and.WHEREAS, the City Comml.stoner.desire in Georgia, boosting for KisKimmee ; power. : '. l
The'member.. of the club who were to have the paving done by a'. and selling Magnolia Park Lots Reports ; To be sure"of this-howeverwe'mustNave ,I
method that meet with the approvalof / ,
large majority of the business and a majority Of the qualified and duly show good. business., 15-tf your order now. Spring with its peak load '
professional women of Kissimmee, I' registered tree.holden of the City. of .

with duly eleefed, officers. ,It is understood Kissimmee WHEREAS. and, the City Commissioner WILSON &: :TOOMER: FERTILIZERS of Fordson buying, orders is almost't. .
that a suggestion will be feel that the..proper way to determine SOLD BY H. STANFORD.
'made elect' wait. Order today. Make this
to appoint or a }publicity ------------ ----- a
agent at the next meeting from --- -- Fordson 1
""'!w:: .. year. -- ,
their .
among PAYj -
The fthe club who were "
in. attendance members the banouet were: Q ri I VitIJ ;tI < ; '

Mrs. Robert. Bullock, Mrs. F. C, Bryan
Mrs M. V. Boyer. Mrs. William (-l Detroit, Mieltlal -, t v
Triplet, Mrs. W. E. Sanderson, Mrs.J. [ '. .

'A. Riblett Mrs. 'Margaret Forten- f

''ti berry, Mrs. J. D* Woodbeck, Mrs. C.

E. Milton Mrs. Virginia Hudson, .

i Mrs. Jennings Prevatt, hire C.' King,

Mrs. W. S. Graham, Mrs.. Rodney. 'I i rII
Snyder, Misses E. L. Wenner, Helen

Sawyer, Rhea Pherigo, Violet Bul1Tck i11IP1 1iii'SAY

; Estelle Persons, ,Ann Shockley, II IIbrtS

Elarlo Norton, Virginia" Smith Fran. ),

eel Treaa. Percie Oliver, Lillian Dey- '..

oreo, ,Margaret Stanford Ann
; :I J,
Squires, Lucille Johnson Winnifred --- '" J .

Denning.'The' members of the basketball "BAYERS; : when you buy:"; eflUr9Ze to: t

team present were: Madgo Rivers, p I f't
'Euniee !Rivers Edith McLean Elizabeth proved safe byonillions' and physicians fog>S 1

,IfoMley; Katherine 'Moseley, '
Dorothy Bullock, Delia Ledbetter, Colds, Headache"' ,Neuralgia Lumbago i $

Mary Sanderson Vivian'Floyd. Mary Pain ,,:.Toothache Neuritis:; ,Rheumatism

fKrltz Catherine Denning.. *n. .. -. - ..... "
) Miss Emily Fairbanks of Jackson .,. AciCPf+ 'on1 '8ayer. ;>- 1

'0 :Till was a visiting guest:'of the club '. . WIiI i contain' *proven dire= "!'

.4'.. and attended the banquet.. Miss Fairbanks "" ,' ao 1 W ;;s k J I,...-.,....: bang .. vr\..kla

.'. war'a. former resident of Jaa.o J Abe ..... ATM !aN l/tf-10r1s 191s.'ritru. f

,yiw nee._ .q 'i t ,. ,-. r .*. ttr9.r II ...-rwm 1 as If r..w.n99rm. I ,V'-
.r 4<< t'It4
s-:', ..I \ ,-' I e'ntait4;! ,anr 11 tey
:;:'t ,,1ve'lhtlftN aa'13T AA lit tiYaA air htp+
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THE, SECRET OF BAKING" GOOD j i The .usefulness' et a win owsash as every Cent -'we, as citizens' spend- Ck

AND HOME'PAGE"1GRICULTURAL I BISCUITS cord can. be lengthened by a periodical has to come .from somewhrei'That':
application''' of tallow or lard. somewhere is from pockets waged -

KBy( Helen Harrington Downing, Director Throw up the! window and grease the earners, taxpayer ;h\
Home coftomtc.. Calumet cord with a' slightly heatei: tallow , :"
r. Baking Powder Co., Chicago, I1L) candle. Then 'shut the window and
00 ,The ability of'''a' houseweife1 as a apply the same process ,to the rest C UGHING RELIEVED
POINTERS HINTS, TO HOUSEWIVES j I ,RURAL COMMON! SENSE II cook 'is very often judged by the blsjeuits ,!- of the cord. If tallow candles are not .lie,injure you cough the nor you
Weekly from Home Demonatra- r I By Spuds Johnson j she makes, but they are very to be had, pure lard ahould be applied strain your throat, lungx and system.
Babe rue phlegm easily without strain
r tlon Specialists Tallahassee o 4! make. If'the materials! used sparingly. Qn no acocunt use fat ,. or pain by taking LemuiixU's Cough
'J. n. OONM. >COUNTT AQENT.Don't' . .. What's finer than seeing: a bunch*of are of' the very best, the. recipe followed with salt. Salt rots the cord quicker H.vnip (Cru xoteU>, 11 U, soothing ,
Some carefully and than the dampness.How healing;, pleu.saut and) rffectlvc. Beet
Questions About :pigs
lUk wrestling with their breakfast, thing for burking coughs, deep seated
[ make the mistake of not 1. Is milk a food? Yes, it is a per. the old mother sow' stretchc ..ou on are made accurately, only_a little ex- cold, broucbltlK cruup, grippe and
R ting again if your1 crop' has been feet. foods her side tully-.nd freely exposing the primes is required- to produce .excellent much longer will 'we have to and whooping safe treatment cuufU. A for mot children MnaficUl and
led by the bad weather' we have It contains-Complete proteins for breakfast to her offspring grunts biscuits. pay excessive taxes in order that this aduIU. Save yourself from colds,
at had., The.chances are all in your building-muscles. from both old and young now and The principal requirement in mak. national subject may be used as apolitical coughs and serious trouble. Get.
yor to get good returns from plant. Fats and sugar which provide heat then vouching for the sublime happiness ing baking powder biscuits Is, of [ football in Washington? Every bottle(Creoaoted of )Loonanli's from your druggist Cough today Syrup
'gs made now; as practically all and energy, and contentment of the whole course that a reliable brand of bak- cent, the government spends, just aad bring quick; relief,
j>s have been killed, as has ours. Limo and minerals for building family? ing 'powder is used co/rectly, that the --
[The orange bloom this season promei bone and teeth. Yes, what is finer than that ingredients be mixed quickly, and not
to be one of the heaviest of some Vitamins for promoting general. Pork may be selling for less than so much-as to make a tough biscuit. HOOO, 0.0 0 o' 0'000 0 Oo.o .O 0 0'" ot.t .uo UUH 'tU O

ilmo; and with the wet weather -wo growth and health. nothing and"there"may be no demandfor Too stiff a dough should also be

vie had should hold'in good shape. 2. How does milk compare with breeding hogs, but. the farmer avoided.' I'T k
sip on the l lookout for insects and meat as regards cost? Milk pro who has this -to look at feels prosper.Ity All breads are divided into two 04100
Diseases'and'let's'' make a large per. vides equal proteins at much low. He has something: wV>rth more classes
ent of tho fruit this year ithow'qual- er cost. than all themoney. lie has the happiness 1. Quick Breads

|ty when It goes into the packing 3. Will children make normal' growth which comes from contact wIth 2. Yeast'BreadsQuick
bouses ,this fall. Even If tho price without milk No. ''Careful experiments and love for animals ho raises "and breads are made in a shorter' .
stays.low, which we all hope, will note have proven that feeds and tends time than is required for making ... '

the case,'the fruit: of high quality young, children cannot make normal -" Right now in the spring of the year yeast breads, and are generally' sets NOTICE is hereby given that the tax, ool{- "
ill be the best to bring. the good returns growth without milk.' the average,farmer is getting jpoady I ed, hot.. .
td the grower. 4. How much milk, should a child to receive;;and. to prpvide for his first A quick bread) requires the following I of Osceola County for the year 1923 }will close
If your fruit showed ruaseting from have? Every' child should havea trop of'p gi bf the year. lie is see- ingredients: 'flour, a liquid, salt I

nolanoso the past year, spray with quart of milk a day.. ,' Ing that the sows have plenty of good:! and a lavening agent. To these may promptly on April, first, next, and all unpaid ;
ordeaux oil when the young fruit is. 5. How does milk compare with tea succulent'feed and are, in the! best of be added some other ingredients, not '
about the site of a marble, and you and coffee in food values T"" There health; . necessary, but often -desired. such a* taxes at that time will bc, subject to advertisement '

liould have A much larger percent of is no comparison. Tea and coffee The hog is one of our indixpensible shortening, sweetening,' flavoring and and sale. >- V ,
ights this fall. If you,intend using are stimulants.: 'They provide farm .animals. It may be true that eggs. ; li
[this spray 'get in touch with 'your absolutely no nourishment and someof us at "too much meat," but ,, These are some points to emphasize .
county agent before you tart ff you and an distinctly injurious to the fact remains that "we are goingto which cannot be repeated too In .writing ,about taxes, complete de-.
(have never used It before. I growing children. '.. eat jneat. ,We farmers are going o.ften. . '
to"have continuous demand When' mixing fat into a dough such scription of your property and enclose postage.
Keep talking drajnago until we 'get 6. If you cannot afford milk what a for pork .
it.. We must ,have drainage to get I other food can you use in its and-bacon, and nobody is going to as biscuits, it is preferable to add the ..
!the returns from our farms t.hat"we place There are no' other foods produce it but us. We may get little fat in solid form and mix into the dry To prevent your property from being ,.assessed ,
ithould. It can bo done if the people that can., quite take the place of for it .some' years, we may get less ingredients, cither with a knife or '
I of the county get behind it strong I: milk. Economize elsewhere but than, it fs worth: But in the long! run ,with the tips of the fingers.' as UNKNOWN) furnish Tax Assessor; ;
loe will get enough to he paid Although it is possible to make ;"a
enough. : sure to use milk. we for '
flow 'many farms in the, county. I Keep the lIome Garden; Busy making it. One thing" certain, you good soft dough h using a spoon for-mix- Wm. I. Barber; ,Kissimmee, Florida, a complete ;

have a flock of chickens, a milk cow,I With a little forethought and effort are never going to fret United Stales ing, the beginner, however,_ must be description of land he is
the folks to the careful not to stir the dough so as to your as required by
and, a brood fow'on tho place? This farm garden in moAt parts of quit porker '
is three things every farm in the I Florida will supply a variety of vegetables The program of acme Q* us 'southerners the toughen first it biscuits"as Is often the case with l l\w to assess as UNKNOWN unless this is done !
county should have. If they are not 1 throughout the year. Every is "the cow, the now and the person makes. .
on Four) farm put them there, and i Kouaewlfe- khoUld') realize the great hen." I have been telling of what. I Sweetening, raising, currants, and \
nee, the difference in your: living ex value of vegetables in the diet and thought of the program. I began spice often- added separately orcombined Y
ponces at the, end of the year. Do- what a saving .in household expensesa with the hen two weeks.ago-; and of added to biscuit! dough H C' L B ,AND'YTAX
'pArt the. milk is added. : .
Hides reducing tho living' cast, they good home garden mean week I told what I thought of the .
f Falao furhwh the family with three"pf March and April! ore busy tnSmhs row; and now J .ant 'finl& lngo up with Baking powder is' used In place of ,
yeast; to ;make 'a .
our most wholesome food products. II in the garden and in mo t counties of the old, sow. When flour mixture rise. COLLECTOR' ;
I> ,Now is the time to begin thinVing Florida a great verity 'of seed'can be ft maybe true that with us Flor the mixture i Is of liquid and a : ,
I ida people the hen end the cow are good, plain, straight flour, and is stiff .
t of the rover crop (Jmt you expect, to'plant planted during. these early spring I .
enough to knead
it is called dough. ,
this summer. Your land .will \nonths.' Boas; beans, carrots: coUlardi more popular than the sow. But none a '
and ( cantaloupes, cucumbers, I la most important .in the general pro Bread, dough, biscuit dough ,and pie "
in 'better
be much shape produce efflplnnts. ?
dough 000000 H"OOOOU4-000000000 OtOUOoO- t. tO'oH + 080004
arc examples of this degree ofIIU1Tnes : 04'00.0} ,
better crops if a l Ivgum,.,such as cowpeas Kng'isli: peas; okra,' onions, gram. ,
'or velvet bean* is planted Instead i squash, tomatoes, turnips and watermelons Folks, you can't get 'away from the -- , .
of Just letting the land grow up can be. planted early. tow and pigs They are like the cow A biscuit, dough_ *. can be usfd in I
in weeds. Beggarweod.makes one' of And'don' Grnret to try'Jome New' when 'it comes to taking scraps from making many delicious' variations. By I !. '
tlie bent cover crops for an orangegrove Zealand piiyVli.( It is the only.apln- the farm and changing them into valuable adding grated cheese to flour, a delightful .
that can bo found. ach that will withstand the Fat summer food.| The sow l is the stand-by; change to serve with saladsis 1
weather and'it furnishes a most that hangs the hams in the smokehouse tho-result Roll these btscu'ts: thin
welcome addition to the menu at a ,- that produce! the best sausage ner and cut smaller than the usual' CITYTA'X.ES w
SPACE IN A "NEWSPAPER: ',time Wnen other l leaf 'vrjjtHbl<>s are and spareribs man ever ale, and that I biscuits. Thinly 'rolled biscuit dough
v IS WORTH MONEY hard to nVcuv.o.Nip: Off' The .tender gives the "most perfect shortening i sprinkled with sugar and sliced bananas R

0 .. leaver' ,and the slant Will branch cut Stand by the sow. And she will keep rolled and 'baked as a jellyroll '

Manyan editor of. a country, week train very/quickly,',so it, Is a -ease of the shoats and. contented days a- makes an excellent ,. ,
ly has carried in his columns ".tul(" the more )'o ..1111G the more you will comtng.COMMUNITY' : Serve with a lemon'sauce.. dessert'j -,.
that ,he well knew ..was "froe adverUsing. have Tiny, thin biscuits may "
." Maybe he hadn't the heartor And try some chayotes this year, r01JLTRY' CLUB buttered and served, with" tea, while '. '., ,

the nerve to say "No." __ too, the perennial vegetable pear. WiLl. BRING BEST RESULTS lal'g'r'ones may bo served .with .: Notice is hereby given, that'the Tax Books d5
And many' a man, and woman, has Thisis a delicious vegetable'and can: breakfast or luncheon. In order to "
gone raving.mad because some editorof he cooked i In ajfartely;of wavs.\ boiled.frle'l "Better poultry and poultry:' products utilize, left overbiscuits of this kind.; for, the :Kissiraniee will
or Close
have the Prepared they may be split, and toasted or .. '"City Saturday, -
some country weeklydid er |I in cr arn'f; feauce.. are being put on thc'miikct as \" .;;;, ' .
punk to say.,frYou..payforwhatlyou': !!? : i''' ,The alga make a delicl'ou, pcklea'{ a resultof community-, co-operative dipped'quickly into boiling water and ' ? ''''';'i("{/''it>!*%iv> .

get in this paper;' -- '.",' '.""t f. r BS .. . raising,, breeding and'marketing.". '1 baked in a quick oven* until the sur- l\farch'31 A: A. penalty) of'5'' per cent will'be ad- '

"'i All of which is to say that the1 editor I 0 ,'oooooooooo' o o ,0 0 0 0 0 0o :Thisoptimistic,, statement is by. H: face l is dry.' '. '' ,;"' '- ,'' .". ,' ', \ 'lytyWJ1'i, ; , . ' '
Is often abused by people who B.'Landsden, extension poultryman When you bake do bake good] bill.cuits.don't dcd to' all taxes not. paid by that date. ,
seem to think that it's hiss business CIIiPS o the Florida College of Agriculture, waste time on inferior .

i-as well' as pleasure-to proclaim o 0 who gogr.on to say that certain coin- 'product A good* flour and'a reliable ,. ,
their wants in a loud voice without ooooooooo.oooooooooo. muniitea ot thin country have Veen baking powder, a hot oven, and your -4:

:just compensation. For the nerves ofthq There si no better //Joilb iJJ.r an'v'h'd made by producing one family will appreciate your efforts./
-abused editor .vnd as a word of beans. strain '.of fowl. Pcialuma, Cat, for I Try these recipes:

caution to those'! who'abuse, the fol. o o (nHighprtced its 'Whitq<<: Leghorns, Little Cbnipton, Baking Powder Biscuits:
lowing lines by a New York writer, R. I., for' its Rhode Island Red, and 4 cups pastry flour r J. R. Gll BERT
seed are often good
who signs himself Bed. Adams" are aNew Jersey.village, for its :..1'I'sey'Black 4 level teaspoons baking powdffr.( r
seed, but low-priced seed never are .4 level tablespoons butter or lard
htlectcd: : seed. Giants, are among these worth- ,
The; Editor sat in his sanctum, and mentioning communities. -1 1-2 cups milk > ,. ,
An angri man was he, O'O'O I Uniform poultry and POULTS Pr=ducts '- 1 level teaspoon salt. 1 '
For fellow had columnof You have this chances for. success established 'standardise Sift the flour once, then measure,
a brought a from' '. City Clerk and'Tax Collector ','
stuiTand! wanted it printed free and J A column'of stuff that adv tfsed and fruit 'and vegetables.- While if you Calfornia.'eggs: bring from 5 td lOc thiVe' times, rub in shortening with ... ': .ti'f
don't ,prayt e chances are in the :'for or add milk 'mix -
boosted his private game;; ordSX more in New York after.- traveling I spoon lightly, f
But he hadn't the heart to loosen up reverse from coast to coast thq'ii'' do eggs I turn out on a well-floured. board and c -- '" > -- 1
o_ o 0 :roll or pat one inch thick cut andbake '
good greenbacks for the same. picked up on New York farm*. Easters ..
And the patlont editor,, said at last; DeFunlak" pays at least $25,000 a breeders are becoming alarmed at i in quick oven (450 degrees F.) BEAUTIFUL KISSIMMEE HOME-.

although he seldom swore, year for butter, says, an advertisement this, fearing, they will l lose the mark. fifteen t6 seventeen 'minutes. CASE: : OR:TRADE y
He'd be double-danged. if he'd .be | in -thia Issue.-DttFun'okSprings et to western producers... since cooperative This recipe Is' based upon the-use
House and 60 150 lot surrounded
of garage on x by
is for butter Calumet baking powder.
stung as often times before. Breeze. Tha't Amount paid marketing and produc'ng are '
in : which to Coffee Cake' '. palms fruit, trees flowers and shrubs. Three blocks
y "You make me sad, you make me 'shipped) ought not beginning to offer cpn .tand.ardlxed ,
mad you make 'me good and weary be.' Florida communities: should make and guaranteed pioduct. .. 4 1-2 ups, pastry flour irom business district- -within two blocks all

III print you nothing free by gad, its own, butter and other .tyilk? product .' What California can do ,3000 m'.les: 4 level teaspoons baling; powder churches and schools. Dwelling, has three rooms,

but ,a nice'obituary/' from the biggest. markets. Florda! 4 tablespoons sugar sun-parlor and kitchenette downstairs ',-; three
00 O can do much more tBb'y and easily rounding tablespoons butter or "
and bath and electric .heater
fro rooms upstairs. Range ;
lard .
The, editor sat in his sanctum at the Reports from Miami arc to the ef being .2000 miles nearer these . '
end of a perfect day, foci that .the recent Dade county fair markets an'd' .with ideal conditions for 2 eggs furnish hot water. Thoroughly modern throughout.w
For six-subscribers had brought hard. was one of the best of the entire winter raising poultry. 1 1-3 cups milk. CORNER CHURCH ,AND SPROULLE '

cash their honest dues to pay. season; District' 'Agent S. W. Poultrymen 'munt (ret totrethcr and 1 level teaspoon salt Kissimmee,., Box 414 ,- .,
And a man had.stopped to praise Tho Ilintt, who Judged farm and horticultural work together .Those wthiri a.singfe Sift flour'then measure; add' baking +. z.
News and say with a pleasant'smile, exhibits, said the flower show community should organize and work powder'salt and sugar; sift three -
"It rallkll-Mth the library, school and was'-'about the' best he had ever seen. as a unit' in buying and selling, as, I times, chop butter in with spoon,beat : \ '
church making the town worth The poultry .show was excellent, ,. and well as in studying* their problems. egg Whites with. half egg-shell of
,(....hl1e. livestock and dairying was'' above Select one breed and carry it to the water added to each until" stiff, then
From day to day in every way, ,' It standard. The displays in the wom highest possible point 'of porfectibri.Inthis add yolks and boat in; add milk 'and Bass Construction Company
grows better and better; en's department attracted considerable way the products of the community beat all together; turn Into two .. a

The, way you've worked for a playground praise. County -Agent Rainey, will be, uniform and command square pans and spread even; brush CONTRACTORS. AND BUILDERS t;
park has made my'boy your. who was manager was congratulatedfrom hiirhest prices.. top with inllk. Spread'wltb the following ,
debtor./ all sources, 'for .the Ibowlne' Some popular general! purpose fowl ; WOOD, BRICK, STONE,

The editor- .at In his sanctum en made. should agreed upon ,for the com- Ijf. cup flour :. STEEL, STUCCO ,
: eonragedand elated; munity club. Among\ : the bet ,of 1.2 eup.IIUtr"r N. F., BASS. 'JACK BASS f '

His head :was bald and his bonions What Yon Say I these breeds 'are' -.Plymouth-. Rocks 1 teaspoon cinnamon '322 Royal Street , 615 Sproule, Avenue '
,galled, but;he felt appr lated.. I The grammar lesson proceeded Wyandottes, Orphingtons, Rhode Island 1 tablespoon butter :
_, smoothly enough until the teacher Reds, and ;Jersey Black Giants Mix flour, sugar: and cinnamon; rub 4

'Do 't get too'busy,in '.pri% t re asked 'a Vmall. boy; 'what kind of :> ,. butter in until it is crumbly; spread '. ." : '//1 ". ', "),: -
member the veegtable ,gardn noun''"troueere" was. > sV Petersburg is 'in the, habit of thick?on too'of rake; bake in moderate f
.' ? / '"" K . = an .uncwmmon-noun r"It's was the doing big things.*' The latest is the .oven 30 to 35 'minute\ ,at 325 degrees '. -COULD BETTER ,FERTILIZER. BE MADE WE. WOULD MAKE IT"
jicold snaps In'spring are discourag'tnar -J reply '!"because It'. 'singular 'at, top cpmmence'nfent' of "vrork' on the. erection "F. ,.. '' , and-_ Before"OKM buylnr R HANDS"get 'lour which neWk bav January*. beenthe price Standard list of our of Quklllr"SIMON for the 1C:
granted, but.remember that"thearkeai and plural 'at the 'bottomJ !*! .' -of'a: Magnificent theater to cost' This rescipe is based upon the use of oust forty y ars with Florida g owvrs, Prlc. always. right, quality eonIdorcd -
pot J less than-" the building not the chvitpeit. but the belt for result Also prlca Hits of
I 500,000., Calumet baking : .
hopr ii just before the dawn"Patmerir powder. Invectlcldeo. Sprayers, l>ust ra and Dust' nIt Almanac will soon be pfl,
have( ;little:: fears: Af 'further ' ." Blonde BWOpbtee:.+ -' I to have some office space in addition readr.- Writ for on.. '.

oWjl; .;planting.Med early is not unlike "My: goodness, I didn't know"''th'el toga 'great ro f\/* : n- 'th.'. e't'nf. orwhich Jnvemes" Plans betas; rushed .fariregteon ,, ;E. 'O. FAINTER,FERTILIZER CO... JACKSONVILLE. '
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,t taking' out insurance! ;; -", '' :, ,ship:'of"state, .a'.in oil turner) ;' ," ,M[, ,' .will. ;'p-: "llrzlr.! .V,= .,' :$100.000-hotel.' : .. ". ,'' .

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same time ,
Even with bud,, a smell fraction pests, ath
I(tend entertaining speaker etnndas Edison is Harvey Firestone, automj-of of such available hand} put into better1, and thriving under conditions bitconditions
CARL LEHMANN message which will do much .In up ,the bile tire inventor., manufacturer Accompanying and, Mr. banana cultivation, the st-atu-'a, fruit that would cause otuer" >. fruit I now under way' In Florida, .
better state.
building a bigger and.
be augmented lby 1 cloud on the information and literature
the only |
rubber About! I additional
three expertswho fnlL
Firestone are
in the (
The meeting was hold ', called into consultation litany millions of dollars annu Ily. sky is i itrf. susceptibility', to I' more fully into the prspazstba =
TELLS HOW\ TO club building of the Woman's club, hare been ,but banana going "
V determining This prospect is nut only ( However large proportion i tho "Improved Caven- 4
the fine four-course dinner being with n' vie* to ,, cold and front! !, a and culture: of
I of eMIi ely probable in the very near'future. central and sout'iern\ be had by addressing t.he' ladies of the club whether America's future supply of the, d sh" may 14

!! CITY i J'retty served flowers by trom ''the gardens made tubber; may. not bo secured I in' Lee With the acreage Cavendish"already bo-setout parts of the state are practically free'' writer, C. L. Stokley, President Stok- r ,\
BUIhJLA to the "Improved to either : Nurseries Inc Win-
the tables moro attractive and the county. from temperatures injurious lley Associated ,
I nana, and the increasingly greater the fruit. They can Fla-Tho'Citrus Industry, :a Ii.
were also attractively decorated -! the plant or tier. Haven, ,
: | The f first serious accident at the a lcage' planned and in contemplation against In' 't
safeguarded :;
members of be however,
About seventy-five '
AND INCIDENTALLY GIVES bridge since It iwas stalled the only limitation to, the} Immense
{ of heaters )
sections" use grove
and'guestawere' all by' His "
the. chamber ommeorc..e, Holding Own
CREDIT TO NEWSPAPERS present' The speaker was Introduced happened: Monday night about : and immediate expansion'ofInibrovcil the to the successful operation of which .
'TIUm GOOD WORK 'i night when an immense mixer-barge Cavendish acreage is is of great
011 President Davis t Foster, the heavy banana-foliage such '
by turned over and sank at its pier on inability to produce propagating insuranceis "Ten years! A -1-t.ocelnd
r1 the dinner hour a fine pro assistance. Frost and. medicine
end during .help from your
-. Old to wonderful
side of Tampa meet
sufficient quantities
Hillsborough in
the stock '
rates. \
reasonable I bare
Miss available at trouble that -
music by also stomach
of wag given
Carl Lehman, of Orlando, manager Fern gram Hibb'ard, pianist, and Miss .Edna. I i Bay. The l loss }is estimated at $::10- requirements.) This limitation .is be- The juicy margin of profit in banana .for recommendel my it to hundreds of other /

of the organization service\ department i 000 and )hero may be considerable delay ing rapidly overco!ne,making it only the cost of such protection sufferers. Recently a friend of mine \
violinist. makes
of the Florida development Greer, --'-- I in completion of the bridge duo a question of I time" before-tho!, state culture of small moment. However, whose brother in a distant city was a

board, In addressing! t.he'March dinner GENERAL CITIUJS CONVENTION= to the accident ns it may not be pos us a wholeuwjjl begin'to sit up and successfully under stricken with acute' Indigestion anll" ,
I stands
I' the banana up. his
meeting ofthe New Smyrna sible-to get n not ho.: : mixer barge fur take notice of the .stampede into the andif was not expected to live, got
t ORLANDO, AIMilL: 9 AND 10 a temperature of 29 degrees, brother to take a bottle on my advice.
Chamber of Commerce, recently said: I, immediate UKC. Four men who .uu- banana-gro'wing industry. held In semi-dormant condi i I just received word that his
a lon--I Dave
"Florida is building 'and building The general convention of citrus ally sleep on the bnrpc escaped after While banana reluina. ate largelygovetned which is, the banana's usual state j brother was holding! his own, and I

.together today as!, never before and< growers and persons interested'in! .Ioin-!' rveryth'ng possible, to rave the ', its abo\e slat: d, by SJil>> ant colder 1)1i..I - will at antieven I, urn eonr.'".,'nt thai Mnyr's Wonderful
fie next ten yearn are certain to Fee citrus situation, which has been called craft. cultural: erudition.MI. on one of the ing MICIM' csfully. Remedy wilt' entirely testore him.!*

and than Orlando, !it I and, -- -- - lesser IeIllp1''Uture It i jl H simple, -
greater progress advance to be held in April '!I pic.'ened/ !MiN :1'I'< I i. nl oru'd an frozen doe II in'the catarrhalpmucus
The Dndi City Manner mvi''1.I > Should the plant.-be that the
the l last :,"k> have witm-Hpe :NewSniytna : be the re I"test ,i i ;IT removes
), promises to on..f g ue'.f ( "r. .nil,; : !
( | and
'' "the. insinuation of ihc sawmillid: stalk another )plant> com< I from. the inlestinul I tract el'.ayi
: ein m.'l' it- '1"1 untrilu- of till kin.l'eti l held l hi 1 1ir It
gatherings fret. in.iki ((;ihO'
i't s.\"v spat g the in1m11th ion causes praCr
power, plant if 1'ie t Allen: l umber' I c-rne light up ill its )place> and !pen ; u
lion to 'the building of thK great Honda.lliv.talions. I ; and intest'n-'
/ 'tool to the ac e. 'may expected SoOM' t tically all stomach 1 lver
J II. month"
remil'intr-iConip1'! !! of which I' I .duce fruit in n few
state of ours by snaking: til.- ity I urJthis I I hiivo barn It;} '"1'(1( di .> i i i" :Id 1110111. the lust, .e.III1.{ up.jr.xMi.a.idy nl ailir'ents' including nppendiclt s.
> is
Alltn] the hcjrl' I has: been Kimp'I'Tiri < < < dreaded "free/.e" .
and,, 'is 1 see. exeri a One dose will comin 'e or money re-
of'olu.i all: .
part county it inn' i .it'll Chamber f t'omineuc ..", mini', jl marketablei
, 'V ;: : :! ,0ilu j'. of .business. i-
be. e'.eIdelegates : the cult nr,: %.r .II'Ilh"I'ill pi to put the banana out funded. J. Z. KDbcrson, and l drug-
lunihein;, club in the state t isiiMinllv
'I /he fiist, fruiting period '
i run" '
few : The everywhere.Kissimmee. .
ably! "ta't 'in n dIvs.: i".v.1 . gaits
"Your slogan should be, 'I'ulJ fur. to this convention. In addition adds that,, for the piesent: onlrough > l.I > months, it regaining) about
a New Smyrna or pull out' of :New , each bona 'tide grower of < itrus lumber will 1 bf I turret 1 out si I thai time to bi'.nir young I lanls to -

Smyrna.: full, for Vulusia iouny: fruits in the slate will, be cn'titleil maluiitv when detached from theparent ,
0'1 j the machinery I nVcetuiny fur ot c-: I
pull out of V'olusia cities to u seat and a voice, on the that The
county. Our .. plant' and I
\\ Ol'k.hil.. ordered, ha.< not yet :jnlived. I ,, Laundry ..
and counties in thin( state have, Rppiosentatixe of the various; marketing , It \\i also said that the no v i''next: t piodtictUn period is shorter than CITY
been held blll'k long folksoho agencies in the state! also have the plants
enough bearing
: by I mill has; bought a amount ofiluniber the lir.-l, owing to
are always grumbling and complaining been ieciiesed| ( / to lie pre>ent. fiom the mill: at Grecr; laid! 'being\ sustained'' and nourished by the MEAT MARKETFresh 20 t STKWAKT AVENUE

I I"Let's As at the Dartow preliminary "n- will remill it. There is a utendv demand :|: patent' plant. Thi, period is reduced ,I'JlOS: l9s

have 'more action and less]' vention recently held, which p.ivcd, for lumber ,in all ruts, of ihecountryat to 1'' mnntlis and/ even less under un- '
for the l bi ii Orlando convention < J. I.ING, I'roprletor
the way .i{ conditions
fact on, more pulling together for this time. The inil! men uMi.illy faviijilile growing ,

our 0.\ n lily und county and state. there will lie no spread-eagle should I be doing:: a gc-icl business I)j i and I the yield. may Ire expected to ap- Meats andVegetables WORK SIIIIMS -. lOc

There are just two kinds of Flol'iI,, oratoiy, but all present: will have a ( '- -. - ',, aide fiuit. :Maximum i bearing result- PLAIN WHITE; :SIMUTS:! 1214c

diims, those who were horn here andcouldn't chance to participate. At the star-:( The Woman's Club of Kim: Ci.illie(; an- iea h'-d by the thi'd year. whenan COLLARS .:3cKKASONAMLK

j help it and those of us who tow gathering theie was' a rigid rule] rots bought n di> ito on (n a';< uppr.ixmviti! yield of 125.000)

s become Floridians by choice.j When I of a five minute limit upon! any ".jfiU- street and Montreal avenue, and it i I mabe epr -tad 1. with this proi(jjc Phone 44 : : 1'KICES FOR

q the old's<'tlll'r and l the new comer' iron any subject. .\" n consequence, opected that fine lilt build n-r vvil' 1 thin' unit limtely ,enrtinu, d. OTHER ARTICLES .

yoke up together! quit) find ng fault I in the two days of the ,gathe. : ing', SMon' l I" ere4'ted. Then1 i is a small 1'or, t tie! i 1'n -I r year < r "0 the whi>'e- _J i i

with each other and, pull as one you j' theie, a large. / aniuunt of Ito" -.ue's Ui'iluipir: on ,the property jneeitand -::01,. pit i I'{. uf )biii.unii! to retailers: has -.
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: will see even mOIl wonderful I thing" I Ihappen came before the con\i-inioh., It i- ,, tlwi'l:; \ )be improved an.l-l aide '.V.e'I, I't" iti1s ;"i"d more'" per ;jtound, ---' --- -- --- -

in said to be t piobnbli"> that the ynnn' 'u''' t lr the of'I cl ib ho >.i readn.
this be
serve it
I wonderful suite of |iurpo-i ,p.11. I ;,i"-pc, >itii! i n.o can: : f
: our, than you have already wiineisod. will be in effect :al ( >i ilu>ifl I" for .1 time The i : :MI ( ;J.illie ib'e'I'. '' \ ,! n.::1'! wh.a\ niie1 g'ts to goinirHung \

\t- at Rartonnu time' will) lie "t'vt' the . .it'frnf l fine 1-t
I If > I1 ii i- / in the |iiniin| t'nme. be won't
"(;Jet. in waw1i'tl" iM,on < "I'i1plo y ; lit or ti ,liivitititm ;' in the vipht dr,,rtion for I''
f behind I the great work of ii i mme I ,"a; \I' to. l.iy. .make" nights uiiuriogout 1 &:

.L fie Florida development board and --, lilt all ,"Ti'it will be ,i i..c< el 1 !lob: | imd i is eon''i"p'! lint' .' )puns! a.'tle h"I I in, i'i mi' rivtmtc, :in a' t mubile< 01 1t
toward co'nstnulixe, ". oil. t I' :.1 I in ,, ', : 4
its efficunt \ I doI'n- Inner. '
Mvivlary A. A. (t'oult. j! loIOct,1 \\ a ::11" V11'1 I fl c- Ili I! II 4t

t Keep informed on its prngr'ci'eplana I detteiing the ciliu1.' .t.i'itiop' 111. re mtable) ) lioiii" t-in be M-I I il..ter. "I I II Not ,the,, I I'ast: t of the. good( p0'nts' of t

and Uuk them up to the )hunt't tr : I .i- .n..1-1" 'AUiir.: '.11.1: ,ih- pla-it, i i.

"There ate Six gave fin tur.s' in' the' rioRiDios: TO to: '\/I"I.'/ ftii- fiin.i, bligh', ; slid l | I nit ,
i buidilng of the kind of n city \ "u I TO THI IIMMIS: ; 'i 1liF i :Min/: : vi." I IN Call 'Phone
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want here and 1 these sj\ enter into} the I HAN \ \ \ uoii; ,

;r l I.u Iding of /rice "ull'I.j: i l-'loinl.i \ijr.jj' 111''''
any city. I, IK ,111.'',1' I li: "i, !I' u Tl-lf I Iturnl
"Fiist its Vita 1 life, niii-t l I.e /pure> will be given a month'on 'ng! ...Iro"'lllnh'nl a. ndlll MS, will semi up from I Ito

high I ideals of / expen.-c at llu Citidii'-' which ,
righteousness and l law 10( 01 more n.plll"l", 'nturn

abiding must characterize' our civicrelations. I :Military Training Camps, whieh will will mat)' me anti, hear; fruit in ,.HImeiage

Lana me to IIP obeyed or ht- held I this summit accord' Ill>; to an1 of nine month.tlvreby} insuiing I
1 nouncement leceived' in (;lainesv ilk1j ui.leli-I
,9 ,
repealed .
so long as they are laws it a plantation bearing
is our duty to obey them. jhr j :Major H. C. I Riley, civilian nude nitely and l ai II continuously e\pu"d j \MiK-Iil.OSSOM: ; i ) 1 LODGE No. 80 ....
F: X .\. M.
"The commercial life of. i for Florida. who says: "Tihree hun ing ,late. A" will d.iubtless be hotel
a city i i.* / Meets l-'irst and l Third; Monday; Evens
always a tremendous" factor in its up- ,' Bred and ten applications are alreadyin : i in leading this article, there is osinIlality > injrs/ each month.I Fraternity Hall

building. We need merchants who : and many are being le.'eivel i mil or conflict, between bananagraving .: I I. I I.. tveistrHH'tWorshipful) Master

deal fairly and give honest aeasuree I A large lumber of boys ha attended aid ci rum culture in I Florida .| W. I I.. Hullo. . _. .Secret ry

V and then camp last summer have signified .Meinb'TK J.1u.J| to lop l present and l
we need citizens! who patronize ' ( either in soil! etinilitiins or' any feaitine ,
/ their intention to return, and Visiting Brothers welcome.
those I of 1II1I..I.etin'Elldl .
merchants instead' of produclion' and /! t -< - -- -
some mail order, concern. they are busy enli 'ting numbe.of\ I 1 have their own distimtive and] ,

"The social] life of the community I their friends to go with them. Charles! :i advantageous features, with I the 11'i| .
1 I Carroll, Jr., of Ihe .."nior! class of the: J 1
as expressed in its lodges/ clubs and suit that they can progress side byside j

chamber of commerce plays a most I Morticello\ High Sihoul, has the distinction -( with no motive for conflict orI ,

vital part in community building. We i of being the first Floiid boy, I i antagonism, in upbuilding the state's I

need more real team work in all our I I to send in his application for camp. fruit resources and adding to the a

cities. Last year Polk county sent forty-. I state's prestige as a great' projucing: "So the People May Know"The '> ?

four men, the greatest number of any section of exclusive a "' ,
fruit. j.
"It's all 0.) E.Klssimmee S. :
very well to have ,
courage county in the state; and the nine high -' ,'
Unlike citrus the banana ina "
and skill thrives: \. "
Order tFS
Chapter No 82 \
schools of ,the county are making an Valley Gu U.'. desire is to : {<
variety of. soils and throughout ..
| ... Is /And'it's fine to be'ounted Kastern \ Star, > meets Second and :,
astar, ., effort to equal if not'surpass. the record renlral south Florida Fourth Thursday evenings at Frater- print all the news all the line. but '
+ I But the"single' thereby making':
ed with'it's touch ofthrill of 1923, according to C. A Parker nity Hall. unless Item. are cent In by pheae,

I I county superintendent.Any I banana. growinJC profitable throughout Mrs. M. Katz_ __ _ Worthy Matron card or letter, we raimot hope lo get
practically the entire state the ex-J It all. If
know .f item of
Doesn't, tell yo any
us the man I :Miss. Elizabeth Ionegan--Secretary
you are between 17
; I young man neat theme The Valley Gazette will
new be
north and northwest alone
For there in no lone Members are requested to be present
hand in the
gamewe years of age, physically fit, in ,eligible to print it.
< by reasonof the winters being and visitors cordially invited.

play. i I I for one of the training camps, which too cold for bananas. However in .L._ _ _ __ _ ___ Club
V We must Society Lodge. Church or
a bigger scheme will be held from 3 to August
And the I I common with many other fruits, the School note; people going away or
thing that !
counts in the :I1 i I at Camp McClellan, near Anniston, .luinana. has its soil preferences, and i coming bark ; marriages deaths or
world today |I Ala.!! ; Fort Bragg, near Fayetteville, it I births' item C'ontemlntr1.lIon.,
generally havc'thesc '
is to
Is how good you pull with the team ? profitable building operations, real estate
j N. C'.; and Fort Barrancas, near Pen- deals.
i preferences in mind when undirtakliiiif neighbors moving in or going out, ant
"No one can fully estimate the influence j sacola Fla. The government furnishes I banana culture on a fI.'riousell It.. in fact anything that will\ make The

and power of the newspaper transpoitation food, clothing/ It i is the experience of the writer, confirmed I. O. O. F Valley Gazelle more interesting. lo its
in the life of a city. I have laundry, and all other expenses, and Traders."
seen good by wide observation that j ji
a Ii Osceola Lodge No. 71, I. O. O. F.
a." towns go down under the leadership attendance at any one of the camps: i .rich heayv, black sandy loam assures meets every Friday evening Ilt Fraternity The Valley Gazelles motto Is : "So I

of a poor newspaper and dead towns' does not constitute any present or future best results in banana culture, purtic- I Hi.ll.C the People May Know," and lo that

resurrected by the right kind of a pa- contract for enlistment in the i ularly when such .soils are well dain.: 11. llamnnck . Noble Grand end we ask your co-operation.

perThe newspaperis the army, militia or any other military) : Milton Pledger _ _ Secretary
one biggest I[ (I and supplied with continuous mois- Visiting Brothers arc Welcome. '
community booster and usually obligation. ture throughout the year. The ba- Help us boost

tile least appreciated. Florida news-i II Gecrge 11. Clemucnts, secietary( \ of ,,nana i is, always a voracious feeder and

papers lead America in the amountof the Chamber of {Commerce liurlow, 'a heavy drinker, therefore ,the ric'ieithe ss Kissimmee"I

free space they give to bcosting i, I say : "After investigation, I l find that soil is in the way of natural plant'
their cities the! object of the camps. is to
counties and state. Show placetcgcther foT'l, along with the artificially sup'. I
1 them appreciation "I t young men of the highest
| i plii'd, and the more abundant andequable
\ "The greatest force we have today ; type from all sections of the countiy. | the moisture conditions, the .

far Americanism i is the American on >|>j <>l1Im..," basis of equality under more rapid the plant growth and the USE

public school it the l'11..t favorable, 'on'Jiti..lls of .
teaches and practices I I Mole abundant the fruit yi -Id. The
democracy it door I life i fir the of stimulating ''Lc
inspires with lofty purpose .
i luinana gives its best and uickest| : & ICE CREAM

S.t ideals, it inculcates with lofty pl'ind-1 j and promoting citizenship returns when it is allowed or made!,

pies. Back up your school and teachers patriotism, and Americanism" i ,
tc step ,light along in growth, The
8a 'they deserve + Application blanks may be had by
j jliv..J ,'r the stepping the better; tljde-
"And finally in the midst. of every> writing' to the Civilian Aide for E. M. I fore, rich natural l soil conditions, reinforced rsYM'"L / Quality plus Service in commercial printing at the Gazette
community stands T. C., Gainesville Florida.
the church with by liberal applications! of

ji its magnificent challenge and impetus Fort Myers- has-- -welcomed- many stable manure, if available togetherwith I ) boa
f toward best
things. The community plenty of humus-making material
visitors within the last few weeks Man
4 owes more to the church than it h sever
organic commercial fertilizer
that ha"eorne d'icctiv' because of
I, i recognized or paid. Support and will bring forth fold, in
what they saw and heard of the Cityof many returns.

; p your encourage midst.this great institution in Palms at Lee county's fine boothat Productive muck lands, of which Florida ATTENTION.FATHEKS;! J. R. CLAY

"We the All-Floiida }Exposition at Mad 1 i is blessed with untold thousands
are building a great commonwealth of acres when well drained and
4 ison Square Garden. New York last supplied -
let us build along( right/ lines month.. The latest is T. R. Rnssw ell, with adequate moisture naturalor

and set in the midst of our cities theright I a retired i automobile manufacturer of artificial, should yield mignificent Garage and Machine
standards of clean living, law Sanitary Shop
observance that city who was: "sold", on 'Fort returns with bananas. Generally \ Dairy milk is

did and support of the splen Myers' and Lee county by SecretaryA. speaking any land adapted for raising the milk for your folks.
institutions in \
our midst.
r Cavnlli of the Fort Myers Chamber vegetables profitably will serve It will benefit your baby. SUCCESSOR
"Dig out the big thing or things TO CLA Y.A THOMAS .
for wife
the and childrenwill
of Commerce, who did much good profitable culture of banana ':
u that ought to be done in your city, While the banana will like it and it will be
work while:' at the Florida show. grow on citrus ,
+ county or state, and then do tthose .----- soil, suh soil is not recommended, for good for you.'ANITARYDAIRY. Farming Machinery
things, don't let the pessimist and That ,
another of Thomas A. Edi- profitable( banana growing.

.:' grumbler discourage you, remember, son's drams may have its fruition It will be noted, therefore, this wide Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt

i the fellow who says it can't be done here, just as Fort Mj'ers was the range of suitable soil conditions for 1

is constantly being interrupted by the scene of the invention of the incandescent banana growing makes available lit- ..5YiJ

fellow who is doing it." electric light, was made erally millions of acres throughout our9/il4man" BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF
The address CABS
V of Mr. Lehmann was known last Thursday. Enroute to Floriad odapted tt. this! hi : and

5; heartily applauded. He i I. a forceful Fort Myers for a conference with Mr which otherwise would largely be a ( '

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C THE HOTELSHKn Martin, and,daughter, Poland, N. C.; FOR SUPERVISOR OF RBGI9TRA election to the Stats SenaU' from th* Eat at Duponfa Cafe. if WOOD! WOOD'!. "'' !
Eooil., PriliveU. St. Louis Mrs. ,'and TION., 19th Senatorial District.composed of . -
> "f ? B"> n ii ii ., --1\.
Cincinnati; E., .. F.'Bect1. Mr*. R..Tenlwick, Lakeland; Mr..and Orange, Seminole'and Osceola 'Counties WILSON ft: TOOMER FERTILIZERS I :am"-stilt prepared, to.101QrftIa1a :mjn.astomers '

Could, St.. Petersburg;, L... S.TBirmingham Mrs. J. E. Roberson, Newaid,. N. J.; We of are"lit iuthoHted'to'annouhce"thaname' N/Bratton candidatefor subject ,to the, Democratic- .. Primary SOLD BY U.. C., STANFORD. with 120 veneer bloc*'
as a to be hold Pure de1l.ered..tOI"a.1I "'
> 3rd. 15-inch 12-lneh'
Ala. abranton. ; j
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Gore' Winston- the office of., Supervisor of Re.I'4tratloni I solicit Desirable for .
Frank Sterling retpocfully. your support. For Bent! furnished Sroom' blocks $296'. Split stove-wood, i iguaranteed
Pa.; Salem' N.'C.J., E. Cline, Stapleton, subject to the action of the. M. O. OY RJTRT.FOR apartment with all modern full strand; IK-iach for
fill*: John F, .Costelle, Chlca Neb.f Mr.: and Mrt.: 'G. II. Braner democratic primary. .,. conveniences $&W; 12-inch for $345. Get you 4 n

krlea Converse St. ;Petersburg; Mr.. and Mrs: A.. Peacock: ,;St. Petersburg FOR COUNTY' JUDGE I TAX ASSESSOR in Gatett Building. Applyat I winter's supply. now. All delivered.

d Mrs.; J. .Brenner, Mr."'and ; C. B, Clement and family., Danville I i? I hereby announce'myself as a I this offices, tf Phone 91.' J. Bonin.. '.. tF,
imam Brenner, Chicago; Mr. Va.; WilllainZachman. Chica- am a candidate nomination to didate for'ths*of flee of.Tax ...ean.1 i .
Miss V. Knott the office of County Judge of Osceola of Osceola'co\lfttJ' subject tb. j, '. . .... .
rs. C. R. Knott p George II. tBrown\ Pittsbung I
; County, -Florida subject to the wishes
rhaddock GreenwicQCoan.; ;of the' of the people in the June primary. ... _, . . '
Mrs. P.-J.: Dudley, Mist Venur Dudley Democratic voters on June be appreciated. - "r.,1 .t
imson, Jacksonville; Max Hill. Columbus Ga. R Roberta.FOft'.Mrera the 8rd..1024-, ,' t :- YoursupportAMwill
,- ; L. ; $ W.\ MILLER. .
BjT R. 'Allen, South Carolina; If nominated andteiected; I< pledgeto i ..!. T IN TUB LONG_ RUN' :" "
: ;; Mr. and Mrs.' G. II. if to jUJmlnlster the duties of the ,
Tampaf; Mr and Mr*. Northland; Ocala; 'Mr. and MrarM.; : oftlc "falrly and impartlMly to" the v FORREPRESENTATIVE.... . sI
Klulveny. Everettsburgh Ia.; J.'' La beat eI-1n\.blt2ty.lf.' / haven Krtttrda r. .n. ( I n; .
Jerome; ArgvilU N. Y.; Mr.; W. R.::,:Godwin of St. Cloud, announces
Ltp c..E-.J'baDd.Eau. G.lli : and,Nr. F.-S. Bate ,SparUnsburg to "peelall" serve and no enemies to '
punish.: With than hie"endidacy"forrepresentaUvrfrom : : ; .. :
KcY Powell. Jacksonville; Miss more twenty years When, you have wed
; Mrs. M. E. Millian Stanford N. .
In the Osceola
experience of tothe -
: counly..ubjoct ,.
klker, Hendersonvllle, N. C.=) Y.; Mrs. A. McDonald.Niagara FaUs., law I' think' should justify me in Democratic primary In .1 UM. If elect- up the 'last iD is viyour i

Hson, Miami; W.. F. Newman I N. Y. i, claiming to have the qualifications. to ed hs promises to give this importantoffice '
lle; Dr. and Mri. J. W Hull hold (he'of flee. SUrertbwna you ..
I THINGS I will .appreciate the vote and his best attention and earnestly
K). Dr. W. K. Cox Brook SEEN IN KISSIMMEE Support *
; of all the voters, and if anything solicits your support and vote. will lay them' aside ,
J.. E.
L. Denton Tampa; ,
Prominent young lady presentingher pevent my seeing all. of them
B Phil Brown Hem stead; II.Mat love letters" at the picture show personally during the campaign knowing that only ,
Richmond Va.; Mr. and please be assured that it is not due .
and Hofopaw for free admittance. to any indifference or that I will not Sllvertowns can replace
B. Spoore ion ; Local merchant racing down Broad fully appreciate your vote and in. .... -
Mrs. S. J. Woodcock..R. J.'; way at 1 CO per-tryin& to catch up fluence. RestKctfullv. ) --I: . them .
K N. C. C. H.Kouisvlllc .
with his new spring lid which the "
Ky.; E. P. Wilson, "
wind had "uplifted"Found '
M. F.Bfiami ,
George A. Campbell.
by Wenner &: Sawyer-tin GoodrichSilvertown
; Mr. and Mr, W. P. Henry O. Partin announces his candidacy fJ
cups, spoons forks, pitchers and pet
to succeed himself
as County
Mr. and Mrt. S. C. Graves, : )
ticoat. Owner please qualify. Commissioner from Precinct No.7,
'J. A. Rapse, Orlando; J. T. Imagine a travelling salesman being! subject to the wishes of'the voters in c.

A. R. Richardson Everglades; considered "slow" by a well known the forthcoming! June Primary. .N .
Kms, Tampa; Nathan Holmes, CORD .
bachelor. maid IAmong CITY COMMISSIONER ? ?. .
Kercc; Ella Goodyear, Mary other casualties the night -
-di3 *U111o (felP"
H1, Jenny Bruyn. Charles S. I take this method of 'notifying the e'e -.h' soar .
(of the basketball banquet we note the rI T +/t.: .SJI )
K, Wallkill, N. Y.; James R. voters 'of Kisaimmee that I am a candidate JB2le !
left r. i1
"Wenner &
M. .
for re-election to the" of Pee of .
L. ..
Tampa; J. J. Joyner C. W vrl
!their light burning. all night. Frances City.Commissioner and ask their vote o
Bscksonville; Mr. and Mrs. C.Blerson wore a bolt of muslin around her and support. Insured but a I

Alfred K. Hauler ni; ''throat and Mrs. Riblett hobbled homeon A. S.: GILBERT. yes.

jerce; A. J. Cassidy, Jackson- one foot." We do not know the SUPERVISOR REGISTRATION for how much?

ir. and Mrs. R. O. Lcary Mr. awe of any 'of the above, unless it The question of how much insurance -

h. J. B. Thomas. Waldo; Mrs.Bvtte was the effects of Percie's bottle. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for you should carry can
Newton. Mass.; Mrs. II.Hnon Have noticed how "quiet" it re-election to the office of Supervisorof not' be answered until your insurance
you Registration subject to the actionof agent knows how muchit
Mass. Mr.
Worcester ; has been along Broadway lately! the June Primary.WALTER. would coat to' replace your
Eft. II. C. Masters Winchester! Perhaps you didn't know that S. R C. BASS. property. When you have settled

m W C. Randolph. Winchester, had moved to Tampa. that fact you have answer-

BJ, A. Sheely, Dade City; J. G.Hhtcn Mr. S. II. B. now uses rojrue-he TO THE VOTERS OF KISSIMMEE: : ed your question.

Deer Park; Mrs. L. K.Hp admitted it to an Inquirer-he also I hereby announce myself as a can- Adequate insurance means sure ,
Leister Mass.; Mrs. Louis O. evinced an interest in lipstick and didate for the office of City Commissioner indemnity in a big, well known
H Providence R. I.; Mm. J. L. to be voted on at the city company. This agency represents .1 -H'H'E.
if it
far to
went *
even so a ,the Hartford Fire Insurance
Kt. OnHuisaot election to be held March; th,1924..
Mrs. Willis A. -
; was put on elaborately would it come Any support you can give me will be Company. For over a cen- '
Mass.; Mrs. G. W. Bur- offWhy is he so interested! greatly appreciated.In tury this company has been

Mrs. H, A.11i c. Leicester, And only 45! pennies for the support becoming candidate I am not saving the victims of fire from
Ho. M. Minick Miami; Mr. and of beautiful curley hair. Gee! doing so at the solicitation of my financial ruin.
Hv L. Gross! St. Petersburg; II. friends but because I believe I can be FOR SAFE AND SURE ,
hair cut
It cot that much to |get n
of service to the clly. I assure
K/dcr. Brooklyn N. Y.; Mr*. C.KborU. these days.Some that if elected I will use" my bent you efforts INSURANCE, CALL

Malden Mass.; W K. forty odd we men could csspm- to see that the city get! fullvalue

Han, Girard Franz. Jacksonville; ble at a banquet in thin town withouta for every 'dollar it spends.! I V. Fox
Hs A. Lane, New York; E. reporter knowing of it until a week have no friends to reward and no CARSON FARMER ,1,1P
enemies" to punish. If elected I will Robert Filling Station
R. G. Ramauor Pall -
Atlanta; later is a question that will ever re- lo glad to discuss with you before
C L. Minderman Jacksonville; man unanswered. fiction is taken! by the City Commissioners "The Insurance Man"Pa.

Be M. Jones L. O. Wilbur, Pitts- ._ any matters that are aboutto .- ... r
L Pa; J. H. Williamson. Pro Il I- - -- -- be acted upon and your views will, liver n.t>rr.... Drag 2.<...
SouthKna be given due consideration. 23 H Broadway KU.lK>M '. Fla.
C. Steward
l R. I.; J.

; B. L. Ryers, South Car oilRVank HOME PAT JOHNSTON.FOR - _._ .. .. .. .
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Bushncll. Tampa; Mr. ;
Main Street
Just Finished on COMMISSIONER"
| C. Bennett" Elmira N. Y.; SCHOOL
Hj. Cleveland. 0.. SEEL e
S. Millington I hereby announce my candidacy
Swanson" Mr. and Mrs. T. J.Ppen. .; PAINTER AND DECORATOR: for re-election as member of the

Tampa; D. R. Henderson 311 Main Street School Board from District No. 2.

.. ( and Campbell) subject to
Jeckson- -- --
gja. Ga. C. W. Crook --- --- wishes
; NOTICE the of the people in the forth .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Stlnson coming June primary -

pcrnon, Ind.; J. H. Dusenbnr. In 1917 the Florida Legislature J. O. LANIER.
K>n\llle; R. G. Newman Griffin; paned an act requiring that all property DOI6e13rDTHERSE
Moiley Mr. and Mrs. be, listed with, the assessor for FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
Tampa; '
taxation and unless such is
,* i property
B Murphy. Augusta, Ga.; Mr. .and listed .each year, the assessor isreoulred wish"to announce to the voting ,
N. E. Verdon and thud RichB 'to' enter all property not so public my candidacy for the office of .. Type- -'S-: E DAtt,, ,

Va.; 'A Curt 1', Jacksonville; 'listed as UNKNOWN. While Oils County Commissioner of Precinct No. .... .
B.nd Mrs. S. Newhall. R. F. Me. law habelt on the books for 7. I will greatly appreciate your sup
until . .
; It:' was !: -"eraU7'' enforced, port in the June primary. .' "
Mrs. Misstwin
Chicago; T. C. Edwin, during: the past two. fieart, when a HOWARD W. ANDERSON. .
Atlanta; Mrs. V. B. Whit cas4 was decided by c' our Supreme The Typo-B Sedan could well stand .
m. Hill Summitt N. J.; Mr. and Court which laid down the mandate i ANNOUNCEMENT '.

W. J. Evans. Miami; L. C. Hay, that the a.aesaors'mutt list property as a concrete symbol of everything
as UNKNOWN where" the owner or ( If the majority of the people think
bonville; C. D. Lamdue, Orlando;I agent of any property fails to makea (that I have lived up to the laws in the name Dodge Brothers itself has
m. Bruce; Palatka; William Kahn,; return for taxation each ..
pa; F. F. Edenfield. St. Peter, WM. I. BARBER. regard to this matter of rendering come to represent.It .
Tax Assessor according to the law and evi-
; Mrs. G. B. King, Tampa; J. G.
Osceola County Florida. dence and they wish me to be their
Mel-son, Deer Park; Mrs. M. M.Itze !S- Office at Courthouse. will, sub- is and
servant for another term, I honostly wisely'built.It .
jr., Miami; D. D. Datch A.
Blockner, Jacksonville; Mr. and I mit my case to the voters of Osceola stands under the sternest kind
the November election.J .
K William Hill, Wilbur Hill. Pprt- r ANNOUNCEMENTS \ county at
UDGE T. L. COMER. of service. It will
Me.; J. W. Yorts, W. E. McDow- I serve long beyondthe .

Btochpater, N .Y.; E. F. DC Buske, FOR SHERIFFAt FOR STATE SENATETo span of life usually allotted to
fctHMllc; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dun- the' solicitation of my friends I -
Saratoga Springs, N. Y.; J. Bar- hate decided to enter the race for th Voters of the 19th Senatorial a motor car.

Tampa; Burgess West Atlan- sheriff of Onceola county subject to District: \/
Democratic After due consideration, f"have decided -
the results of the primary.If
Mr. and "Mrs. D. P. Thompson, .
to become a candidate for re- "
elected I pledge myself to ue my
mmct'' F. L. Dakln Scranton; )best endeavors to enforce all the law"*. .._ I. W. PHILLIPS CO.
------ -- -
W. Peacock Tampa; C. W. Laugh- I solicit the support of the voters of : ,

itUburgh Pu.; L. M. Grossman, Osceola county. J. M. SMITH. MAH-JONC SETS I'ossid Avenue

tf'Oilcans; J. Fried, Macon Go i, .St. Cloud Florida. Complete with dice, titles ..,. .
----- and booklet of Orlando Fla. ,
Bind Mrs. C. A. Thompson TamY. '

Y. Frances, Lakeland; Roy T.Bent FOR SHERIFF playing directions. Ever $1 ,,

Savannah; BJ Nehedimer, Subject to primary June 3rd Thee lasting score card free
Rbn hereby:) announce thyself for Sher.ff; THE ABLE COMPANY.
; Mr. and Mrs. Leo U. Rock- J. Cntts ..
of Osceola County. If Sidney
tf Townmla. Pa; Ellen Crosby. J.Katos Is nominated for Governor Thee Valdosta) Ga.LIiL1.

Bradentown; Mr. and Mrs. want to be Sheriff if not Thou vilst . - ti ,
K. Wilson Knox. Pa.; Mrs. Blair, resign. Thee hunt no time to prowl ,

Blair Nevada 0.; R. K. Wilson, around the County begging, pleading I III : .
persuading and lieing, as other opponents t '
Pu.; Frank Bushnell Herbert Thee makes no ;1 RIp
to get votes. PUREI I t'
I Tampa; W. M. Galbright ParnB Irombea-Cor the benefit of would- ,

W. W. Harris, Clinton. N. C; "!>c hypocrites. Thee Refers to lion. '
( l
1C. R. Lynn. Clinton, N. C.; C. O. Thomas W. Hardwick Former Governor ter 4.
IK Lakeland. of Georgia Atlanta Ga., Hon. I
n Congressman' W. W. Larsen, Dublin, ,

Ga, Hon. II. C. Hammond, Augusta, 'I
DAYSON'S Ga.. end Hon. R. N. Hardemann,
Louisville, Ga. After March first a
I I.. Barker E. E. Huffman PoniMcMullen copy of thy platform can be obtained Y 9

Aram V. Croton Mr. at all filling stations Drug Stores and iii II z F Fi.
| Mrs.! Vnndergrifr L. R. Carnell\, Post Offices In said county t I l

p. Perry F. C. Cochran C. C. Ycurs Respectively ......... JrIltll
Joseph Alexandre Lee ,
fpbell, R. C, Ryan J. E. Cloujrli- Kenansvcille Fin. .

G. R. Robey, Mut Cason, C. II. ----- -. d'
Killory, E. E, Hall, V. S. Prescott FOR SHERIFF AS PURE AS DISTILLED WATER illfT1

M. Felt Tampa; W. U. Beal. Jack- To the voters of Osceola County: from which our ice is made-that's
file l ; W. H. Chrisler Jane Shef- I shall be a candidate for Sheriff to ,Ld

l C. M. Wliitfleld Cobum; Max socceed myself in the June Primary.I how strictly clear and healthful it is.
Coffin, St. Petersburg; Mr. and thank you for :your support in the '
H. past and I shall appreciate your vote You need not fear to put a lump of /
Schrlmp and baby Jack n. and assistance 11the'*"*"". h, '- .,. .
B )'.'B. Adams, Birmingham, Ala; L. FARJ.IER.'. our Ice Into your pitcher of lemonader '

K. Andrews Dfda City; ...,.Toipton. candidate ,
Orlando;' R. S. FurJel, At.. I for the office of Sheriff of Os- tea. It will not harm you. It has j

fc;; P. C. Ethridln. Jacksonville; cools county, of ; -
ieoarryo be held in no ammonia or other foresa flavor. . ,
and Mw.XT). Blanchard, the : "WJ.* C .. t' .
feetown. Ptf.f.Mn. M.'C. Leader June If. elected I will do my best -

iport.-W: Va.;:) r.-and Mrs.. F. to enforce and the;law. ''in will tbJl'be county.apprs- THE NEW ICE CO.
Your vote support
Milton Mass J. D. Pierce .
p ,, ; clated.

limm! .e;. Mr. and Mr ThoinMA. _....JI/ :YOUNG.. . .'1'INPALL. f Phone 124 ,-" l ,. a, '
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THURSDAY MARCH 47,.1131 11
r TWELVE t''' 1188'110 ,VALLEY: CAZEITE. .

m I welcome .l ;' bargains In tissues, ..taffeta \:;' .
I liked well that she head of its class Jle'ls always ap4 ,
oral Ktsslmmee so
returning home at 6:30. Mr. and to develop Rollins College into she mvsch' ... at this shop. cales in a wide variety ef.i t,+ _
Mrs. Gautschi are leaving: Monday for of the \largest and b<,*t Christian colleges I I! was sorry she had pent !o the Ulde, aid tW teal barmy ,

; LOCAL,, Washington, Pennsylvania, Michigan,, in the entire south. I I at 'other* *places" ' [ 1 l I Miss Virginia asa shirts for ,men. A visit to thla .h
and other .' student in the Kissimmet School of .wlil solve your '
points.F. her sjippplne rob1eaa
is making
A. IL. Watson
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. M Dillon of a4
PPEJik7NF winter visitors' homo with Mrs. W. II.: Farmer. It Stenography this week. '(,, be easy on your'ocketbook ar
well-known ,, Ohio, who aro regular .
A. Stroup, a grower Mrs. same time. Another'thln 'to .
meals served by .*
nan .
returned tts the *
with a fine farm on Fish Lake, was in KUsimmcc, have just : Katz'a, the big store at the corner ber, this store is .
Ed.vad-Iltcd relatives In a' tjie east' coast, and I I Farmer that keeps her guests with inviting yea b j '.
V. W. in Kissimmee'.Tuesday and paid the from trip on of Broadway and Polnsell, has an ad trade with It-paying for '
Tampa''Sunday.Robert visit. they say Kissimmee is the beat her. Mrs. Watson recently purchased of The Gazette, tellingof an a( aal
Gazette an enjoyable place this issue
will in helping stake home Z
and your i
I. Green
after all: the home of Ernest seasonable have in bewspa,.,
-- goods they
Green of Sanford spent the week. the bigger and better. Trade at I
take possession next i iI Katt.
Lonnio Lee of Le sburg, representing ,
of the !
.tock. This is one m01tlp.
Sunday. and keep your money at hone.WILSON .
Tetteo of
day Mrs. Otis T. .
Rock was
River of
Crystal company Newton'1 I Lochner editor, of the Florida to-the-minute stores In this section '
J. C. :
't4 Mass.,,, accompanied by '
Glen ,
s afternOonfor Wilson of Worcester
'\ ited (friends in _Kiosimmee Sunday. Tuesday.Lakeland.lie left in the been quests at the Graystone Jliotcl' l'I I city yesterday and paid The Gazette : both in the' quality merchandise. \ : ZEUS SOLD BY II. STANFOHn, .!,
fif fraternal visit. J. C. ifl a real carried and irt prices 'with stores in
toured the a
for several days. They I
., J. ly. Cline"of Nebraska ,1s an interested Kissimmee. For quick handling see
cities than Horton
Florida much lair 4
time hustler and is putting the
visitor in Kissimmoa this Miss Carolyn; Walker, a student of state of Florida and spent sonic Realtors.
attractivePERSONS' Luke
Pctlee said Publisher where it "belongs- t the They are offering some ? '* its
:,.,," week. tWo Florida State College for Women, I in St. Petersburg. Mrs.
C who has been spending a week with - -- -Asa
---- ---
Mist, Vera Walters Haines City, her parents in Kiftsimmoo, returnedto I - -.. At -

: was in KilSslnuncc.- romII1Y attending her school :Monday.
"+ '
to business. --
Tho children's program as announced -
ri.;', Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker of Orlando from the pulpit Sunday morning,
rr \vero the guests of :Mrs. Fred to be given at the Christian church STORE NEWS

Gilbert, Sundn '. 'Friday night, has been postponed.
I "I
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Watch for further announcements.Mr.
r, Colonel IIuRhcH of liaise* (
L transacting business in ljlimnH' NVel visitors ------ ----- -
I nn.I11': i1 A. wore --
): Friday and Saturday.Mr. .
; to Oilaiulo Sunday, irue ts at'the - -
I 1, and Mrs' Marion Boyd are I P. P. McGraw home While here ,
, ending a few days in Wilmington I they attended the Khcl Crawford
f and Pel iiandina, Flol'idn. lecture at the Phillips theatre. jl

Fred) Gilbert,-who j;located in business i. I Mrs. Anna Petty and Mrs. Wilson ; "

, at Bra with His family in Kissimmee. I weeks! In Klssimmee; left SPECIAL.Friday
I Monday for their northern home.. if
Miss Eva Whitiock of Lakeland They were so pleased with Kissim
was the week-end guest of :Miss Eth-I met that theyntratrod rooms in advance -
vl Owen, on Maliboite .street. for nextvinter.. .
-- ,
Mr. .and Mrs. Will Simpson of Orlando Mr. and :Mrs. Roy A. Peoples and

were among the outoftownin baby of Woodlawn, Pa.; are expectedto
guests\ Kissimmee Sunday. arrive here Saturday for a six .. -- ---- ----

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tyree and sons, weeks visit with Mr. and :Mrs. S. E.j
Billie Jack, of Orlando, visited : Peoples, who has! nn apartment in They
friends;rand in Kissimmee, Sunday.Mrs. Gazette bondi *. The entire partywrill ; and d
I return to Wooillawn about :May 1. Saturday t r MondayMarch .
: William Cook and little con, -- -- y
liillic.lof Orlando, spent the day With Mr. and Mrs.! W. II. Se 'mOlrlho ,
.:\ Frank Ghiotto last week have been the house guest of Miss
I Sue Watson for the last three months
Lelory Leslie motored up from leave this week for their home in '
Haines City Friday night to attend l Richmond, Virginia. The Seymour* j 28 29 and 31 '

the play given at 0 ,. _
v 1
they promise tn return again next''
:Miss liattie Fairbanks of Jacksonville < .
winter, i i
was ii guest I last week at the :,
lame of Mr. .*iiul :Mrs. J. McHialter.' :Mr. and, :Mr-*. Edward- SnyJ.T. ofj, Special on Silk Dresses
_ I I11'
Ham| oy, :N.I... who have l h>e"ti \ .isitrK .
r'. :\ IlId11'14.: laud H.irjx-r :tnd t .b .
< Mr.: fwd. Mrs.: Roy Wells will relate I v
two children of Tampa, Imve, bees i i
to heir( ; home. tomorrow! after a ]
visiting Mr*. Harpr's motli(-r, Mrs.
W. R. Makinson. i Iwo months' 'I ft'I: /r, Snydi-r" haspurrhnsed i I In buying for several stores wet }
here and cxiect f
J. C. I.edbotti-r of Oxford stayed to; return for properly n longer "lay\ n< \t wine i t were able to get 500 dressesat

Friday night with hi, daughter, "'1'. The Gazette; will! keep him post I II'J
Mrs. Hunter Dillard, in Kissiminee, 1 about things in Kceola)
.'n route to Georgia.Mr. __. >I during his absence..__ ,i . you. In this lot you will' find @

and Mrs. Harry Mectrh and | A 'letter to The li;.-1.dt" front, Mr I ' values worth twice what ANOTHER BIG ONEWe
!Miss Mary Sinjreltary, with a party mil :Mrs. Dell H. Sutton of IIu linK., | we
nf friends, spent the day shopping. in :Mich., ('" regret that 1'1'ould ('\ ask for them. They consist ,
f Orlando lost week. ( not he with us 1 lhiwinter, but :: were also lucky in picking up a

The Kinlf.uUjhtl'l'/ __ -, of the :Methodist 'I- i."promise. They to visit il.-o\ KiMJmmoi-trite that,* the tort! -caI.on. |, '' I of all the new styles in Silk big lot of New Spring Hats for la-

heldI very interesting social improvements .MS mentioned in mllIlY'1 i f? Crepes and Satins. dies. Mr. J. R. Persons, of the La-
.' und business meeting in the Chapter' paper i it< (;oiJ I no as to them and ,, dies' Haberdasher, Lakeland, Fla." ,
; House on Monday evening. ; the wheel f will not ,
hope <> projries We offer them .
I he allowed to Needless to t : says hats arc his hobby. He has just
| fetop. say :
who A
Mr. and Mrs B. W. Burdett, I
... have been staying; at the Dillavd they aro consistent reader, of Tho returned from New York, where he
"" ", : house on Beaumont avenue, left last Gazette. i + $ 9.75 bought us these hats and dresses.
:;, week for 'their home in South Caro j I r i No. 1 ,- '
3". Rev. W H. Dresch, moderator of I Ilhe i < We have about 300"hats to pick from

'ili"'fIll.',,',,'' ,lina.-mMr.and, '" Mrs' '.. W.S. Cason, with ti ;, a s week Synod from a of'trip Florida down, the returned ca"t coast1 last',,j j i. w, -r , ;\,, 12.75Lot Lot No., 1, $1.95.: You:will find In this

,, ,!i(party :of friends" motored from Winter where'he! went in an effort to advance Lot No.. 2rv't lot hats that sell elsewhere for dou-

Park Friday nig-ht to attend l the the movement-.f the North and South j ble the price. Lot No. 2, $2.98, arc

the play,,school"Clarence house.," which .was given at Presbyterian church churches to and acquire the Congregational the- If you ever intend !buying a still better values, and Lot No. 3, for

.-. -- wnership and control of Rollins College dress in and lookat nCuu TheMe hats sell readily -
:Mr. and Mrs. II. II.. I.ivi-Iv.atu: i : at Winter Park, and he i is confident + come $5
1 of the Lively! grocery, and :Mr./ on'I'1 ,, the plan will be carried through; I; these.We ; for $10.00elsewhere
Mrs. Jacob iautschi, of Ohio, m.lurI/ I to a successful conclusion. This .will
ed to Silver Springs, Sunday. Lc.v-i ho the first instance of three denom- I ,
ing here at six o'clock, they reached lations uniting in the support and
the springs at 11 :::10; had lunch and ,control of a .collcije. It is the hope j received 200 more yards of Plain colors in Voile, jill the
took a trip on the glass bottom boat 'of the supporters of this movement that pure Silk Pongee. ..12 Momme leading! shade, 29

-----. I I to offer at Special Abe :06 inches wide, y. ,rJMen'H C
- --- -- I Price, per yard . . . c7 +.cfaK *,.,..,,Kl btt9tl
. .
...6.......... .. .;..6. H... All Leather, brown Eng -
... .' Fancy and Figured 29 lish Last Shoe, ;,

Voiles 36 in. ,wide, yd. c per pair:: . . $ 3 .98

I Going Along With' ;I) : :32-inch Ginghams Amoskeag, per yard . 1 9 C Solid leather vrk shoes, Elk. ., i hrt

per $ e98
Pure' Silk Guaranteed Hose, in pair . *

The Farmer il all the new shades, 1 I fiQ
It per pair ' " . We are amenta for Butterick
Patterns. Come in and look .
" ; e: I Full line new styles in Douglas over the :
' Spring Quarterly and
;tI Our idea of service to farmers involvesa If. I Shoes get A LITTLE NEWS FOR
your pattern.Received
great deal more than just pointing out Irf. .
:II the course to pursue in the solution of their 1: 1 THE MEN

problems. .
In regard to your Spring hat we
I: We aim to "go along with" them every h have the M-ilt prices on Straw hats

; ;. step of the way, and as far as, circumstances F; w* have ever had. We are retailing

a: will]] permit, to give them real practical p: ...", -,= them this year at priers, lower

;:'' ;4 help in carrying out their plans... .. 1 jI ; J p L... --.a5 !I u than we bought them at last sea-

I : If. lIOn.'e can Mh.i .you a hat for$1.9.i
everything that concerns the prosperity -

,., and welfare of our farmer friends, E shipment of Lndies', White Kid Strap Pumps this week $3.50., that See them we formerly and be for''

we are anxious to do our part. f;. .

Deposits Insured Remember the place and date---Friday, March 28, Saturday, March 29 and Monday, March 31G.

'::. ... I Bank of Osceola County. .: W. PERSONS CO.


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