The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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DIES nio CRASH BEFORE COWPUNCHERSHolloway Best.Entertainment Cat Cabaret Pronounced Seen In Many' The American' Pleased'A Legion Full House Dramatic Wednesday Offering, ON COURSE IN JUNE UNUSUAL SCENIC ,TRIP

Moons and Was Very Profitable Night At The Casino Theater
Captain WyRvLawson Was And Adair ..Win'Remain Will Give Training In Home Washington Magazine t.

Killed Srfturdav As His With Kissimmee Chalk,and up Professional another one Women's for the'Clubl Business l (Washington,&!}.Perry C.) Hygiene And Care of Sick er Extols Kissimmee's As-

PlajtS Dived ToxRiver During The SeasonThe When it comes right down to "put The Klssimmeeans who were missing -. To Women And Girls sets at Chamber Meeting
ting it over" they're there. Everybody from their home ports Wednesday -
In Kissimmee attended the Purple night were all at the Casino thea several conference this "Kissimmee
Independents Following is hiding its
W. R Lawson of Kissimmee Orlando went light under
wad that
Captain ter. Their alibi they were
Cat Cabaret last night but week with Miss Marion Crawford bushel."
killed last Saturday aft home with the little end of a 9 to 1 Friday a So spake Armstrong
was : the American Legion but
three, and one of them was there-part field representative of the American' Perry, of Washington D. C. <
ernoon, with four others when a Mar score after a ball game at the Mab- those who duelP the price of a tick- magazine
nose bette street grounds yesterday with of the time, one was out of town, and Red Cross, the executive committee writer. globe trotter, and Seascout -
service plane
tin air Great bombing Miami river at the Kissimmee Cowpunchers. The the other one was. color bVnd! At least et or two for the Legion's show got of the local chapter baa decided to, Commodore of the Boy Scoutsof
dived into the
their r.ioney's worth and then some
that's the way it looked. And those present to JCissimmee women and America at this week's luncheon
Ohio. The accident- occurred game was featured by two double
Dayton, off for Lsngleyj'eld plays, 'a home run, and a three bag. who went because they: thought their;: They all agreed that the Armisticewas girls (men too, if they want them), of the Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday
al the men were taking justified that it would have beena
fifty cents would help the Boy Scouts ; courses in training next June in home .
been at Daytona for orer..all contributed by the home team. : : ,
.misfortune such
having to keep overseas
not only guessed right about that, but hygiene and care of the tick. These, has number
"several l weeks. The big plane left The double plays were via Lesley, histriotiic talent as that which Rhone ofverytood
they had about five dollars' worth'of courses: are designed to give knowl- assets, which I fear be
a not
Bullock and Crumm in one are
but owing instance
south .
the ground heading! ; in the masculine roles. Those who
to a heavy wind, witnesses said, the and by Chubb, Lesley and Crumm in eats, music and'scenery. And that'sno had wondered why the boys called oft edge of elementary nursing procedures ;, ing taken advantage of as they might
idle dream.It for the careot the be. Take for instance
the,other. Sam Story swatted a home necessary your name ;
run in the first inning, bringing in would be difficult to do Justiceto the world conflict and hurried home sick in the home.,.and to teach simple that is a decided asset. In-the north.
Lesley and Holloway, and Sam Prather the affair. This typewriter: doesn't just when the going was getting goodIn rules of sanitation and hygiene. It i III pronounced much more attractively
tth direction of Berin: realized at
used his old time batting-eye play that kind of music. Just say it In addition to spreading an elemen- than you pronounce it, and the
last that it must have been becauseof
a ,three base hit in the sixth. was a real achievement and you may tary knowledge of personal hygiene opportunities It gives for publicityare
I .J At a meeting of the baseball\ con- cover it, but at that some of the glory Miss Dot Makinson. If there were and household sanitation these courses l legion. It has individuality. I
tingent of the Athletic Association might bubble over and out. San any: reason to suppose that anotherbit will directly instruct in the causes, notice someone has called Tampa the
+b Y t but night Manager Sam L. Lupfer. Francisco's "cabarettingest" days of Flotsam such as she portrayed symptom. ,and prevention of contagious LOB Angeles of the South. Why spoil

Jr., resigned on account of pressureof were recalled, and the Follies Ber- wOUld float in on the tide, there would and minor illnesses. The train- publicity: of perfectly good Florida

., other business and a group of baseball gere in Paris has nothing on the scenery be.-moic beach combers along thecoast ing given' to women and girls,in elementary city by: advertising! California 7 Let
than there of sand.
directors and a new manager of the chorus of Kissimmee beauties are nursing procedure will enable your name be advertised and it will
were chosen. James M. Johnston who entertained. There was the Allison T. French, a. Edward Elmer them to care for members of promote wonders.

Johnnie Schmidt and Rodney Snyderwere real "atmosphere" of the cabaret, anda an American gentleman furnish. their families during minor ailments "You have a scenic trip starting
the moguls elected and: C. C. realism in much of it which brought ed the motive for the jealousy apparent -, and to intelligently carry out the orders here which is second to none that I
Jordan was named manager. Lynn back the days B. V. D. (before Vol- on and off the stage, which reached of their physicians in the absence have ever seen. Passing out through
the when the last curtain
Holloway. who has been covering the stead didit), but withal there was climax of graduate nurses. They will your Lake Tohopekalgia, through the
\ third station nicely for the Cowpunchers nothing to displease the most prudish fell jutt as he was about to receive be instructed to utilize easily con- crookedest navigable river in the

this season, and Ted Adair, unless it might have been the When the reward he that every his lover whiskers waits and for. structed appliances to further thecorlfotl world so I am told, :you pass through '
backstop, have been signed for the dancing of one or two of the visitors put on of sick members of their a paradise of scenic wonder. The bird
up Ben old Jack tar who
rest of the :year. who didn't realize that everybody was played thirty-four Cook an times to Cousin famines, and to put into practical operation life is unsurpassed at all times :you
The"Press Box" which will be built ridiculing them, sensible people as such nursing procedures as can see many of the large species of
less envied but
Simonson he
for the officials of the club the scorekeeper well as prudes. may be entrusted to them. birds with which few sections of the t
en better enjoyed. Mrs. Triplett as
and The Gazette There was a time during the evenIng Aside from the direct benefits to country can compete. And the alligators .
i representative when that not the: inventor of an "extinct husband all who take the if '.
will ,be completed by next statement might advantage of oppor- :you let it be known that
old t maid l
was as explosive nn ai, ever
Thursday's ,, and "will give the have gone unchallenged. Some people tunities offered by these official Red such sport is possible as Captain
.met dangled a solitary admirer and she
I scribes and recorders a vantage point were getting a bit uneasy. But Cross courses there will be many indirect StefTee showed us you would have the
I for scratching. After last imagine yourself if you were therewith raised Kales of laughter/ in the audience benefits. Not the least of these sportsmen of the country flocking to .1;

nights pencil meeting Manager Jordan announced your wife and a tall graceful that matched the salty ones indirect benefits will\ be their tendency you. To see him turn his boat inshore r
dancer with her features covered supposed to be blowing about Great to check infant teaching .
;f that a financial statement mortality by jump on an alligator, hold its
...t and report will be published monthly with a purple mask, should suddenly Reef lighthouse. prospective mothers along lines mouth shut with his hands, and bring
during the season. bestow upon you the supposed token William Triplett made Capt. Amos of practical benefit, as well as wing it on board for examination--that is a
1 Leroy Lealey accepted his eigh- of her affection. Well if you don't Barton a genuine old salt, rugged, instruction as to the care of story which would compel attraction.

teenth fielding: chance of the season understand, ask Mr. Ault-oh, ask honest! and appealing. Joey Clark and small children. The students in Mouth to mouth publicity: is the best
who there Leo was just as good a fisherman as the will derive much knowl- kind. the
W'SON In yesterday's and continues in anybody was --except courses personal touch. Get people
WALTER R. LA game,
though he had just stepped out of a
the errorless column. The score for Wilson. Ask him if you want to. also edge which will help them as Indi- talking about you for you have the
pilot evidently realized that he could yesterday's game follows: ; most of the others would tell you grand, banker, instead of being just viduals, and as elements of the com- assets to make good publicity.:

not clear a bridge south of McCook Orlando AB R H PO A E how it shocked them but Leo would Sidney: M. RiChard dolled up in slick munity, to combat domestic emergencies "The opportunities for making a
and rubber boots. Mrs. II. Nelson
his to probably tell the truth. And if yon ers and epidemics. The courses pro living here are unattainable in the
Field and sought to turn plane R. Tinker 2b _. COO 2 C 0Daughtrty
Makinson' asthe society woman Mrs.
into it. The don't think "she" was a good looking mote high standards of communityand northern states. You can things
avoid crashing strong lb ___ 4 1 1 11 0 0 grow
Elmer threw into her the heart
the machine and twisted woman ask Charles Prevatt. He part national health by cultivating intelligent here for twelve month. whereas they
wind _
caught J. Tinker, 1111____ 4 0 0 0 C 1 and lIoul that it demanded. J. Nathan .
dive which ended in knows. Milton Graham put a goodone / ., public opinion and interestin are limited to five or six month. Inmost
i it into a nose Zeigler. cf ____. _- :3 0 0 2 0' 0 Bryan a waiter and Hunter
i the river. ...Fleach If __-_ ._ 4 0 1 2 0 0 over as the "masked lady." Oillard aa an officer did these necessary general health practices, regulations sections of the country. Big;
i Brigadier General William Mitchell, rf __. 2 0 0..1--0 0 A most excellent program was little that addedto and laws.The opportunity: await. :you through per t
assistant chief of the army air service Webb, 3b __ __ 3 0 1 '14t0: rendered by Mrs. Gardner's ten-piece parts in a way local chapter will finance the 'sonal use of your strawberry and
I -- -- **> effect of the
declared Capt. W. R. Lawson was Cox, c _________ 3 0 o-t'.l;: ; 2 orchestra and other musicians.. Kislimmee -, Miss Patsy play.Makinson expenses of the courses while the national citrus industry. There's "no reason
I officer in the was indeed fortunate in haying en lIanA'betWeen organization contributes the In- why: Kissimmee shouldn't be
the "greatest bomber Ward, p-..___._ 1 0 O:1 oranges ;
,2I the for
u !
[ service." He directed the bombs'I ; P 1 0...:1' WI ', the opportunity to hear EmanuMGoldstein scenes, structor a trained lecturer, teacher, made 'as good sellers as California
l ---- 9 the moment whether the. show ever
which sank the battleship Alabama: ', of New York's metropolitan and graduate nurse. Following the fruits. California citrus fruits haveto

fend the former German battleship Totals .;;_....-----29 1 "414'U "J 5Cowpunchers. opera, and the people there who started the again or not. If of she her fully voice develops infant welfare) clinics which are to come three times as far to the
lOeterfiesIand, in the bombing tests off> ,_ said they never liked the violin will possibilities be conducted in Kissimmee next north and eastern markets and are
Ithe Atalntie coast, using the machine Alvey rt 3 1 0 0 0 0 never say it again. Mr. Goldsteinwas she is going to get her ankle. all month by the child welfare provisions not so good as :yours to start with.. ,
-"' in Florida for a couple of weeks scratched, up some day wading off of the Shepherd-Towner bill,the Get people talking about KI.l1mmeefrui NA
(wrecked to day and accompanied by II. Prather, rt. __. 1 0 0 0 0 0
and was visiting the Zurns in Orlando. frvtt M tropoJitan platforms through corusea to ,be given the following .!' ... .. 1
[the same crew, three of whom were Lesley, 2b _______ 4 1 Ole 0 bunches of F. A. Thompson ; ", $,,As4
Mrs. Zurn was on the month by the Red Cross will have an Mr. Perry made a few, '
[killed. I Willlon, If _____n 3 0 1 1 0 0 program told some stories that made one of suggestions -
f Capt. Lawson was awarded the distlnguished -i Holloway, 8b __ 4 1 1 1 2 0 of the cabaret, and brought him too intermissions added value. of publicity possibilities; "
the deal
[ service cross for acts of Story, c--------n C 1 2 7 1 0 Miss Patsy Makinson, in adorable seem a good Miss Crawford addressed the high little cost and alight 'effort, 'which
St. Mihiel I!' costume, with the beautv chorus ren. too short and hi. song was Irish too. school students yesterday morning, were welcomed by the chamber audience -.
heroism in action near I So Prather, d____ 3 1 2 2 0 '0 "
Before after and
j France. The records show that while ,Bullock, a. _:_,. 4 2 2 .2 3 2 dered the Garden of Roses, and no during play, explaining the courses, and thirty- some of which have ,already
& Mrs. George Gardner and her orchestra
|convalescing from, wounds h..vohm Crumm, Ib ______ 4 1 11210 prettier rose tossing chorus ever invaded three of the high school girls signified been put,into operation
well-chosen music that added
teered for a mission requiring flight Chubb 4-1 1 1 2 0 .Tail's or Maxime's, and ne'er played their intentions of taking the train- Before Mrs Perry spoke the members -
p------- well-acted
[over the enemy lines within range of was the song sung more'sweetly. F. more power Ito ing. Considerable interest is being present had the opportunityagain

[the anti-aircraft and machine guns, Totals .....:..:....34. 0 10 2713 2 A. Thompson, of New York and the" drama.Mr. Triplett- announced that there developed among the women of the of listening to Miss Marion i 4
I Walter R. Lawson was born In Kis; Score By Innings wide wide world, sang "Memories, various club., also, and a pleasantand Crawford, field representative the '
with the chorus and made another of were even better things coming in profitable series is the outlook. Red Cross who addressed
shames and attended the Kissimmee Orlando _ ,___. _000 100 000--1 them last
the U their audiences
? -- future. con-
[schools. He later removed to Alabama [Cowpunchers .. n400 002 03*-9 the. hits of the evening as he did November the time of the national x
tinue and
to be as large as sympathetic -
and engaged in the automobile Base on balls: Off Ward 2, Winslow later with his "Meow" chorus, with REVIVAL COMMITTEES roll call. Miss Crawford spoke brief
with original local verses, and the chorus as the one they played Wednesday WILL MEET TONIGHT ly .and interestingly, about the coarse( .n
I business, going to The Border" j 2, Chubb 2; struck out: by: Ward 3; the Legion members and the ladies :
attired in white skirts In Home
purple bodices Hygiene and Care'the ,
the Alabama National Guard and enItering Chubb 6 home three
; ; who assist them will know that
with purple streamers reminiscent of All committee members for the Sick, which the local will
the air service in the World base hits S. Prather two base hits, chapter '
war lie was home visiting his fam- I Daugherty. Chubb, Wilson.; Double Hula dancers only not so much so. they are appreciated.The Union Evangelistic Campaign are re- present next June with the aid of national "

,I lily in Kissimmee on his return from I plays, Lesley to Bullock to Crumm and purple kittens on their headContinued ; Legion! Country Store will hold quested to meet at The Tent tonightat personnel. '\ M

France and h as been stationed at Chubb to Lesley to Crumm. ( on Pa.r. Right) forth on Thursdays-hereafter. eight o'clock to perfect final plans. E. R. Walton, of Gainesville, was
N Langley: Field. introduced, and made a brief statement -
I Captain Lawson Is survived by his DEER PARK DEPUTY as to his visit to Kissimmee In
WILL ADVERTISE US EVANGELISTIC TENTIS the interest of the University Y. M. .
f.r father, F. U. Lawson of Kissimmee, NEW SCHOOL HOUSE
and two sister*, Mrs. Roll Overstreet, FLORIDA TO MAINE KILLED BY NEGRO C. A., he being on a mission of interesting .

[of Kissimmee. and Mrs. J. M. Wood- the alumni and friends of
READY FOR SUNDAYLawyerEvangelist
tall of Orlando. Mr. Lawson and Mrs.iWtoodall ASKED IN PETITION HOT Well And A. D. Marston Will Harold Kempfer Shot By Negro the university.
left Kissimmee Monday for Display' Kissimmee Banner. And Whom He Starts To Arrest For The chamber went on record as en.

x i Dayton, Ohio. Captain Lawson will Di.tribute Much Literature Killing Negro Woman On The dorsing two fish and game bill., designed -

d be burled in Arlington Cemetery: ,, atashington. $95,000. Bond Election Is to preserve some of Oceola
"Kissimmee, Florida, The Midway Harold Kempfer, deputy: sheriff of Way And Music Director county's assets. W. J. Steed outlined
W [ I Asked For To Build New City! Between Ocean and Gulf. For Deer Park, and nephew of W. H. a bill he had prepared for Introduction -

r [UMBERMEN BANQUET Schools In KissimmeeThe Information write the Chamber of Kempfer, of the Deer Park stock'arm Arrived WednesdayDr. in the present session of the legislature ?
Commerce." died Sunday night between Kis l prohibiting seining and trapping

&T THE TUCKER HOME I That nealy painted and attractive simmee and Orlando as he was being Frank Grant, the evangelist in Lake Tohopekaliira East
recent agitation for the greatly legend will adorn two cars next Wednesday taken to the hospital after being shot who will conduct the series of revival Lake and Lake Russell declaring a

elebrate The Grand Opening Of ', needed additional school housing facilities as they leave Kissimmee for by Jerry Flourney negro employeeof meetings in the big tent at the cor. closed season for fishing' during tit
Everglade Cypress Company's this week came to a head in points in Mine. Roy Wells will be the Hopkins Lumber Company of ner of Possiel avenue and Church months of July, August' and Septemt

New Mill At Loughman I'I the form of a petition to the County the driver of one and A. D. Marston Melbourne. street,. is expected to arrive in Kis ber, and defining the size of mesh of
Board of Public Instruction asking pilots the other. But that does not Deputy Kempfer received a phone simmee today or tomorrow. The first nets which shall be used in commer-

About thirty lumbermen from farBnd '' that body to call a special election to mean that either of them are leaving message from Melbourne Sunday tobe of the nightly.tent meetings will take cial fishing, together with other concomitant -

near, gathered around the fesIbve I' submit the question of $96,000 bonds. Kissimmee for keeps. Neither one on the watch for Flourney, who place Sunday night, and the meetings measures. The game bill '

board at the home of Mr. andWUn. The petition was started Wednesday contemplates such a misfortune. Both had shot a negro woman on the ease toll continue according to present the other one endorsed by the chamber

J. Wade Tucker Thursday, Apr- I noon at the Chamber of Commerce expect to return and both expect to coast. As he was driving with his plans for a month.Dr. is being prepared>> by Pat John

f Ill 19, as guests In celebration of the luncheon and is being circulated ,by grow strawberries. But the story is wife and her mother Sunday evening Grant comes to conduct these ston, Holmes Prather, J. E. Lnpfer
Opening of the new electrically driven E. D. Katz. get ing ahead of itself. they passed a negro whom the deputy services under the joint auspices of Mr. Steed and others with a view to
umber mill of the Everglade Cypress There seems to be a practical unanImity Roy Wells, erstwhile managerissimo recognized from the description the Baptist Christian, Methodist, and protecting>> the wild frame. for which
d Company at Loughman. The guests on the part of the citizens .of of the gala days during the phoned him. Alighting from his car Presbyterian churches.. According to Osceola county is famous.

were all old customers of the Ever. Klssimmeo, favoring the calling J of county fair, proprietor of the establishment he approached- the negro and asked Judge T. Lr Comer who, has been
u klade Cypress Company of whichr. such election. The petition is -being,, 'on his tract at the northerncity .. him whom he was. The negro who largely instrumental in getting Dr. CAPTAIN CLAY JOHNSON AND ,
a Tucker is vice-president and general signed almost as rapidly as it is pre- '' limts which is decorated like a had his hands in hi. pockets, replied Grant's services in Kissimmee, the S
.a [ manager. seated More than three hundred Hula dancer is closing. his Raffia that he lived in Deer Park. Mr. lawyer-evangelist is a 'very pleasing WIFE SAVED BY MIRACLE

i Among the out-of-town guests present :signitures of qualified voters are nec- Shop for the summer while he at- Kempfer, who knows the negro popn- and eloquent speaker, not sensational, Captain and Mrs.: Clay Johnson last- 1' '

.e.t [ were: W. B. Ross, of the Stephens ,essary. tends to his business at Kinnebunk lation thereabouts knew he> did not but preaches sound doctrine. He isa night had miraculous escape from
. Lumber Company, of Jacksonville; J. The petition asks for an election to : Beach. Maine. A. D. Marston who belong in Deer Park and told him to West Virginian by birth, his education death when a their automobile turned r'+

u. Ramsey and f). W. Ramsey, of A. determine whether bonds shall be Issued I recently sold his garden spot in Pine- throw up his hands. As the negro having been received in the pub turtle and rolled to the bottom of the
elr HI. Ramsey and Son, Miami; P. A. for acquiring sites and erecting dale to gonorth to attend to pressing pulled his hands from his pockets he lic schools and Marshall College for-' ditch adjoining the Atlantic CoastLine
Henderson, of P. A. Henderson Company buildings for free public schools in I boldness' matters will devote consid- shot the deputy two of the five shots lowed by a law course at the University railroad at Dakin avenue. They

Miami; Dr. J. D. Stuart MiKmi Kissimmee. The matter of the location -' erable time to various interests in taking effect, and causing Mr. Kemp- of West Virginia. Dr. Grant were returning from the theater, and ,
of such buildings, andthe kind Maine alao. fer'a death on the way to the Orlando law eleven and wall
; J. J. Tucker, Everglade Cypress I' practiced years in crossing the tracks, the captain
ct Company: Loughman P. J. Fe tner, of buildings to be erected, after the The two of them In their respective hospital As he fell, the deputy later licensed to preach by: the Avenue misjudged the width of tho crossing '
land E. L. Hunter Hoban Hunter bond issue has been passed is not automobile, accompanied by: their lOt hi. own gun into operation and of the President's Baptist Church end struck" the' rail. The impact

IFeitner Company: Jacksonville H.A.iDavis considered at this time. respective tylves, will start on their tired three shots at the negro, all of at Washington D. C., and ordainedby threw the machine out of his control j'

and F. S. Milne. Davis Tank northren trip Wednesday with the them hitting, two In the abdomen and the Second Baptist church at Bal and it turned over. Mrs. Johnson's extricated s;,
ompany, Palatka; George F. WJdeIman DR. SUTTON WILL PREACHCOMMENCEMENT aforementioned signs conspicuously one through the throat. timore. After five years as pastor herself from the wreck with '

and T. D. Fisher Wideman Fishier SERMONDr. adhered to their rolling\ stock. They: Sheriff Farmer was notified and there he resigned to engage in war slight bruise about the face, and the

Z8R Company, Tampa; J. H. Crosby, will also take along a goodly supply went to the .cene of the shooting. work with the plant protection section captain was uninjured. "I'm the fellow -
Krero Novelty: Works, Vero; F. B.Langley . J. A. Sutton has received an Invitation of Chamber of Commerce literatureand By skilful examination of tracks in of the War Industrial Board. who ought to have cot the bruises ,

: A. C. L. Railroad, Lakeland; from Mrs. J. S. Kirton principal a large collection of photographs.Both the sand he and his posse managedto Dr. Grant's evangelistic work has ." he characteristically remarked, .
pT. T. Sneed, Lakeland Manufacturing of the Oakland-Winter Garden are strawberry enthusiasts, intending trace the negro into the palmettos been chiefly sine the war. lie beganit for I'm the fellow who did the mis'

G Company: Lakeland;. W. E. Cumber public schools, to preach the com- to re-enter the !game, from some 250 :yards from where the in Virginia and Maryland: and chief! ,
Cummer Lumber Company mencement sermon at Winter Gar Mr. Marston's. standpoint, and to enter shooting was done. He was lying came to> Florida for a series in Jacksonville arrived }

IbcksonviUe; A. D. Holly Aycock: den, Sunday morning May: 13, and it from Mr. Wen'. point of view, with his gun under his left arm and four yean ago, since that in K&.immeeyesterday: having driven I
oily, Company, Jacksonville: Arthur will accpet. -' the combination ought to result favorably his ,right band crossed to it. As herecognised time conducting them in numerous frem Okeeehobee.
Perry Florida National Bank Th. commencement sermon at Winter for Kissimmee. Mr. Wells has the sheriff he put up his Florida cities and towns. He has thisweek up J

d ackaonviU ej H. L. Gardner Selden Garden is an occasion of unusual spent most of his time in his raffia hand and endeavored to speak but been attendinsrtbo Grand Lodge EXECUTIVE

biness Door j.tka; A. fatteresVJn.that community and Dr. business but next fall expects to have was unable to talk audibly: becauseof Knighta of. PYth..., .s Deputy. Grand ,RED. CROSS'-
KBeck,' Orlando Novelty IhWorks; Sutton Ir.iorore1'by being chosen as the luscious red 'berries growing on the shot through his throat.'County Chancellor, at Ocala.-. He' .. .abo a 'MMrrTKKWHJL MEET,,

doi. D.tS. ;W.te..1.. C. Comp tb.' aakanof tha'day.C oft on the Dixie Highway. Mr. after be bad been brought to the and an Odd Fellow. A
,,pD'Melba yy;P. ,1G'Dakin,; property eon o tee of the Klsaimmeo chapter. of tha .f(
V" Pennsylvaniaand'W., C. Phosphate'Companyof Plant City. Maratonn .whose H barrios.,*this i year and found that the throat I called
f/guests rere Robert'F.. Angas topped IU1 high market." ':..,.he'tottchinr shot penetrated the nock and Get your oat,. folks and let's follow 'American: Red Crosshaa afternoon's been the r'.i
Je 'clockthis
Cypress.Com; -D.f w.. of Chase and Company, at Loughman. : to I'Gto tt again." -;- gone oat from the back.. Ha said the tke, crowd to the* Enworth League.Sunday .*. '.

P.' Curry, andndovand ,K. T K*Etbsws of and W. G. Hanklns of Klsslmmeo' ,and .Mr. .Walls expects to return, M per egre eovld. not live, but at a late night 7 o'clock sharp, at,.the. a tam desired.. '/: *: ,
!, MB anal custom fat bon .last night ho was sill alive..: Methodist BungkUm. ."?* -?-.,> ,, l tendanco> : ,r !!" ,
J. F Greene. Coronet the Everglade Cypross ;Company.;, .arly'Sept4mbet. ; :; ( 1'I" .
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\ t Of The present the same before-the board f ; SMALL TOWN PESTS

y Saturday April 7. r The Slick Business Man who thinks

. County Commissioners The clerk: presented and red a let I He's Entitled to Special Cut Rates on

ter from Hon.. Milton Pledger, re His Advertising and Printing used to

a,! The' Board of County Commissioners frarditipr the appointment of a probation Pester us Considerable but Not No

in and fob' Osceola county, Florida officer, recommending J. M More, for we Never could see why we

11 met in regular session at 10 a. m.,, Rhine for the appointment. The should Present him with Our Profits

,' April 2, there being present E. L. i). clerk informed the board that FredB. on His Work. .

Overstreet, chairman; J. M. Hansell!,, Kenney of St. Cloud, had been app _

: H. O. Partin, 'A. F. Bass, R. V. Phillips pcinted to the office and held' hi.: .... .O.O. .. OOO. O. ..
Johnston and Garrett, and J. L... commission as such. r
I Overstreet clerk. Upon motion of H O. Partin, sec- { A BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SHOP.
I ended by J. M. Hansell and carried. .> Mrs W. S. Graham <4A >
The board was called to order by instructed to write to Re-tire? -
its chairman and the*minutes of the the clerk was condition 1w, raq Perfect Bntlsfnctlon riunr nte..d. i
regarding the ....
.. A. S. / fl SIN sriiCIALTY *
HAllt W011K A
r March read and approved. l'
meeting of the crossing: nt pine' Island .... <
Commissioner R. V. Phillips asked road. > <. Phone 235 105 Park Ave. ". the board to take some action regarding Pension claim of Burrell Yates wall
+ 5 I, the approval and payment of bill examined and approved.Cost '-w."+C--<--(

.,' of Chester O. Delosdcrnier for 'lumber bill of C. B. Lamb constable! ,,
j for' Bull and Tyson creek bridges was examined approved and ordered i. F. KP.IBBS W. J. STEED

.' ( the amount of which is $155.80 paid in the sum of $10. KRIBBS &: STEED How Do You Figure Baby Chick Losa

as shown by estimate presented to The following bills were examined,,
..' the board by county engineer. Upon approved and ordered paid: Attor... sad ''onmmflorm mt Law
.' motion of H. O. Partm seconded by J .1. tlveralreelI tlrrk------- on KlMlKoirv, KlorlJ Do you actually figure it in dollars and cents?
A. F. Bass and carried, the clerk wasinstructed .Johnston <*.' Oairilt. atloincjHMilton r".6" G........ prmrtirr Im mil II'.<. sad
draw warrant for thepayment rlfduer. pro atty .1:1: .312R (/.lied ...<.. lv>rt... Suppose 20 or 30 or 50 chicks from your hatches die.
to a Juditt-. ._ . oo
T I. Conipr county
of said !bill ,I. It F'xrmr cure at Jail-. ___ 12.60 How much'would these baby chicks cost you to

f' Commissioner A. F. Hans made a .1 I K Muss Jiinltor .___ _ ___ lliO.OO ft5.o"l TAT JOHNSTON O. P. flAimETT ?
agrnt-- replace
Lea 111'ilsun rountv
t motion that bill of Lewis: Johns for li A III...... foreman ('o lIon"**_ /i.uO/ ( JOHNSTON &: GARRETIATTORNEYSATLAW
Iii. ._ $259.68,_ as per statement of county ('ham''..... Commrrcr, half rentChnintirr 30.(Id .
:, for work on Bull and Tyson (''''''"''-1''''', Kt 4'loud. Purina Chick Startena
4 engineer, _. .
___ __ 30 Oil
rent I -
creek bridges be paid. Motion was Win 1 lt.tini'1- I- -., u rommlxKloiiHMamie 235/ .12 Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank (With! Buttermilk) PURINA
seconded Commissioner li. O. Par-

;,. tin and Padcrtt H.Ia4e.N.ce.u __ ___ .u S 20.('" Building. is a real baby chick food. It is balanced to CHICK

L1): Judge T. L. Comer appeared before ,K: H Krnvon u -_ __._ -- -. ---. 1KOO K1SSIMMKK. FLORIDA supply all the elements that the tender
__... ____ __ 12.00 STARTHAWIT
.hog[ 1'i-tprRon-
I,,(.' the board and reported his book machine : mil HBKH n___ ___.-__.'.__ moo road - ___ S<,iO( .00 I baby chicks require in the first few weeks. f
J<". in very bad shape and asked I Mrs \Vllllams. __ _____ __ ___ M.noJ11H 1. H Farmer, hnl.. mi M'lh"1I no : 1 \ (Ij Buttermilk, whichLnuthorities specify as *MTTOMLKMHIMHM
\ them to order a new one for use in '1. A Waller ___ __ _.___ __ __ _ I"i (40Mri road . h -- -- :'-2r .72cHtern :MIMon 1-lociBIT iilln K l>.i\ls
his office. On motion of II. O. Par- K H Cut1000! \\" I'nlull0.., mcRHniivs5.64! ,I I t important for baby chicks, is one tMnCHKXt
r'\I the clerk \V C TnimerPodo - :== .= := :. == K 110K Hapii Hi on. convict i Kirli| '.n_.__ 71 CHI PLEDGER & DAMS:; : ingredients. The
of the principal
F. Bass
tin seconded A.
,- by p..I'pon .. __ . . 00 .\ J L.IIII. road work-------- 1.1,5 __ I
J was instructed to make order for new :\ 13 Kennel\ -.. - . . 11)0 I "1'al JohiiHton. .mldltloiuil' "'xpenscfi I other ingredients in Startena
machine as requested. .Jam __ . . - NO" to Tall.ihaHHt ... . n. .1" 70 j ATTOUNKYK-AT-LAW make
__ 011 blend with buttermilk to PURINA
The clerk presented! bills as follows! : Kxann: - Fin and .Korfrlf.. 1'"..I :Stale Hat \k llullding,(
Lupfer's Insurance Agency! for premium .\ I I' Miinn." cmMm .' .I'p(1', : itl:6utl 1,1; 'HI. T I. ("oinci. juilu' Juv ouil., 1 ..9 UTiiiI r | I a perfect growing ration. BABY
M I IIIOIIKI - - _ U.ri HI
I. llrwiiHon. .
of policy on new county automobile :S marl I Moult", ,' ; in ,'
Ilnnlwurr HUlllltK tI )" nn I
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hur- '.
for It a }InwCMt.n l
J. W. "
S17.70; Thompson - - I.I l It "K.irtin, r'. Intl 1t.'I. rare '' "
mi of John ,Nettles; $:Ci: ; and l for bur '1I..II.n..u.. l N 1)o I I. It K.IIIIKM. "id ( OlllltinUII. Ill'; :.(., I get early layers next year by (mama)
mutt inn 1 2S .
ial of A. M. L. Chauncey. $20 Mrs.3f. . II M 1 .li.d.liii: ) ii, \I. It Kit, lin H. t.lnt, jit Jiiil .1 1 II. inI. -- Chick Startena
t ; 1t.(IIK. 11 :.u.Ig', all and Kis 1122 I. l H ,Kn.mi.r. "liiillnit p1'1NUI1,"I'N_ I ..dv4Mllloll 1- ; feeding Purina _,
Brookshire for care of Clarence'Thompson i IM? 'L! llilw ,'n. Nupplle" . ,.4":', J'I..I"1 li'lion IV( a 'l1) auI. ;1'1'1'1.It'8'I'I':N11UIl.\I'llllt: I and Baby Chick Chow on the -
$15V.; II. Milton, ear 11 \ II.IMK. .lit, p.i upt'l'H 781)III i I. 1 H{ r'.'llll.l. <.ii-'l-< <
hire inquest of ;McKinley 1Iadl(')'. $.">; I I rI.>\\ I I''tsnnNil I'l, nti load i ppll. w.ot B'ki . II:.ill nuh :i "'JIXHIC. 11. FI'n, 1 ... IO,$'.1'.1. "1'. 2"12l \ JESSIE I>. KLEINMAN double development guarantee.

,. C. H. Driggers for car fare for ;\11'''. I,, \\ I I.: H'IIIMI II U.IM and oil 21 I I Ii:null ljinil I l i OHI I.. Tom anil -Jin- Give us your order today.
Yates $1.511. Commissioner J. ;M. I Vail i.i't tt ( Mipplli.. 'U:0'813,1 t I I''asN 1 I" 1'u I JfSTlCE OF PEACE : i
._ that lulls hey \' i..(/" tic I. Kill, adds .442' .,rn1 aard'vI .ill Oil '
Hannell made motion ___ "- : (lur)4)n" I
;Motionwas I KIKXVuto I'0. .. auto. hllcI' :Ann I'eunI.a I Haul,) |p i.i\, loll wit. II'" \\DI.I.S: ; ( : ; M.I. 'L.\DIS
y ordered .
approved and paid. I.T1IIIIM I )4I "It' I
I I. li In t IMI l (.1. ( 7' ,
I. \\ lioollltli )1st 1 Miilx I
seconded by (Commissioner A. F'I .I M,, iiiniiilKHioni lux I I.'. ,., Hi hn.n _ .1x1) I FLORIDA FEED STORES
carried.Commissioner II ii I'." t1),. ('onitiiixHloiiilIt 112" ,
Bass and
, J \\i I V r..I. vast toiintv
i .(. :M IT,.n"el1 reported I 1 ,I'V IIII Phillip NN. 4. unnniMfx111'I i iniinilHsioiii. jinn 12 MI'. < our( r.......H -. 11)rl; DR. R. J. DENNING i
I. I H K.umtr, do 51,1! 4'!
to the boned that the of III 1g"oclus, 177ii --f------
manager I 'Lu..r I".IIH' .I'toplcK H.lllU, llltfllKI, It ...JMelbourne DENTIST ,
the school lunch room had contracted! :Ft Cloud Trinne( "1.,,,1 uuU' 's iI7 '*", t (load u Kund
I, C I. hart,} i'MinnilHsloiiHMix 1.144 ,' Over the Postofflce.
a bill of $40 for milk for the schoolchildren ( NxhnmccliiileHal. ( ;Jioii\ 306
M I I ooktililn* aic of
with the understanding that I I ('lir.lKC, ThulI'"""( " 1:. 1)II' I I! .1'. lurch' I ._ J 77 1. OFFICE HOURS 9 to It.30. 1.10 t. I
I.I1)' .Juhusl| ''". ( 1111 IlliHMIOIlK' :{Ito 71 Residence
the city and county would pay it, that I \ riiinupxon, ,, huilal' p.iuiHr-" :,11)1): .. X perl.l l I'Ml.lli-llj. 'uad Phone 174Office
the city had paid the entire bill, but I \' II Millxinii., auto line ". Mi.* Siiitth. iiilintx illInt. Phone 158
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I{ :S IIm' d" f..1 :Iq 2 I
expected the county to refund one- : "" 'Ida i"I, Mule*. ....w I.I$2. : :. I acrut 1 IT." i"' I TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
' half. Upon motion of II. O. Partm, I l.iipli. i .*.. "I'ratlur anI,,1 ml 2,2" Tin tux i ulU-i hn'N report\ xlii\\d'
.tllK.UMt ( Matted ,IM flllll.UK l.i.) VIINt .
seconded A. F. Bass and (carried I'" lllKliilK| , XplllsPH tu'GIILth.NO ,'
by .
,, . C.; ,," }4't : '' "I'.illH. H'4. I
the clerk was instructed to dl'aII I t'uuuiy dpoMll"Iy. ItpllltX\ KllOUtdtill P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW
c ii 1',1'" , ". cur fauIrs I i Call No. 218
flllo\\. ) ill.: I,1I.u'I.. In '" ".ral flllldMI Up
warrant to the' tity for $20.;! )' IIlo'" . I :." !| ;
I \p |
The matter of making order for culverts Citof iHKlninii1-' -. milk fur.shawl I .. I
I !;! 1. "r.11,I fund $ 244221 ill?
' used in construction of llllutl l (.olll- 2,1 (Ill OFFICES | ( N E E 1 G H T
to' be :Milling, I'lixluct Co. MMIUIH, 111; "" I I'lni mill furf.-il1r.\( 4I77SJin.Kl T W 0- 0 )
roads in Osccola county was broughtup. I'', cli.) in Co xuptli'' |.. ".2.... .mil' lunik 1oH"C.; : Winter Park Florida I II
>p| lul I mill laud' I IJ". Upon motion of J. M. llansell "l'( ft .1 T\ p( wrll. r Co, su|P1Jl.NII | "i.7 T| I 1'1'1,1. .
l ''r..d".j" ;8737.34 1
seconded by H. O. Paitin and carried d \\ i II: I''w Co. rutd I I..K-) ."" 1)NI fulilli lt . :IJI h"'I II.lto'.I' HUMP M I'. KIMMON8. I). A. MOIIRISON, JR.
1)0',1..1 i(>K I >llsinl O'( 1..lit, Hllpl'll.lklU 4525jt : - -- ,}v1ahtiti""}{:-"-. 'i 4aa }C.{{ Tr..aL.
" the clerk was instructed to older thefollowing :). (''' 1'lalilTrlcpliono . 1 16:15I' <: : Fair' fund . . J7 4S I'mldent Vie IToldent Sec. A
I'' 200 feet of 15-inch . p. '. _'nlloatl 1 I'altl. u .it i'nnlK 1)t I' iidiicd\ "8nrII1)l ( a 4-
goods )-
: ii-litH
,,,, .. Belt FertilitertHonest Insecticides Sprayer Poultry SappBn
\ I I roiii" tin* \atiiillH fund M follow a TURNER MARBLE&RRAMTE: a
and feet of 18-
2 200
culverts April .
null llrlilu Kund .
i:!i.n" "11 1. niii' $1'1.1; 'iKlllf ;' Fair Prices 8hipawt
inch culverts, April 3, 1923; goods to' 0 \Vxliton.,. foitnian Sinn on .Hill, I turf. Itlll _ _ f..H: :' Ml' 0 COMPANY, TAMPA 00< Goods Prompt
1\ be delivered at once. I I lan Iti"ow ". t 4)l\0'4 putidl, 4", "(0 Roadioad and liiiiln. 2..74", 4. 00< Ask Your Neighbor-H Know
I MIR Vila. Iii 0a. ('iiic Inn 'Itt into- ;N 'rodfc,1Ion 1 ._ 21'.041'uLlh a
Leo II. Wilson reported that net ( held . in onFlunk lt\ I I"" U1) "GET LATEST PIUCELISTS BEFORE BUYING.
, from strawberries from the niii uuaid x onalnr a <<
receipts n.itno. t "
i I Ceitihcnte of ( II'r of the
county home to' date was $50.58. \ \\ II.IVIH rnllrl 'auk :'noiKhtoii 'Slate 'nmptr :M.: J. Crowder, Agent Kissimmee E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida
the effect that the
of Floiiilu to
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U \\ \ inilil\ Mlia Commissioner R. V. Phillips reported ; \\' \Hnton. paid\ J "'t'\ IIIIIIOMHHaiiHcll 4 30 Peoples Hank had qualified as county
the need of a truck to be used in j.' 'H i;a i ram.. min 2'; IxI (depository was presented and the
discussing 1* C lit xi 4"
his district. The board after van NiipplliMK
ordered filed.Commissioner .
c Hi'\jiii. muli, f. d. I':" -.3 came oo OOOOO OOOOOOOOO O.
the matter fully it wall pass- (1. ,.(>,.!'( I|Irtdu,ar. Co Hlllpll| K '(". 'l"l J. :M. Hansel] madeu
' I to May meeting for final action. iifixdi. HHI,,In ..111Co Hiii'l'lH 1:421: motion that the board adjourn to I |
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J. E. Johnston county engineer, llomoi) P.iitln mad \\ oik meet in adjourned session Saturday '

!boI' reported there was 65 barrels of cement ,Hud P, tcihon Cl.<.nimiiiiM, ,mad, road w 01'1 k aoU U -_ ":,.4' nnflio nKilloiiH 10 a. m., April 7, 1923. Motion wan :g;: Real Estate Agency J

left over from the work on H"",,",,". rand voik&i; seconded by Commissioner R. V. Phil- > ._. $5 Will Enroll YouTHE
Melbourne road, which hejiad ship- I. irne Nume. road work______ __ 51.10WIIlard lips and carried. FIRE LIFE. AND ACCIDENT 4
ped back to the OsceoU Hardware Clemnlonsfl' road -AOil<- 25; that there .1 R Sylvester road work.,,..,_ fiu.OO. I <*. INSURANCE >
Company; was quitea .... .' 80.00 Adjourned Session
Jack Iamb, road work <" < INDEMNITY I BONDS *
,number of sacks of damaged cement 'w I I. l4-i.'hf. road workuj, .. 1/1" II III I ThpfBoard' of County Commission- (0' a
left over. Upon motion of 11. \V, U nobcrts" road 'work ;x9200 hers In and for Osceola county, Florl- ooo..o.oo. o o o.o IN FORDWeekly =
r Partin seconded J. M. llansell I' J Kolit-rtH,, loud 'wortai'L-..lii.Mi.t.7,8f; ,
v by .T K Mol><-rtH, road w" rki__.___ J da, met at 10 a. -in., April 7, pursuant
t: and carried it was agreed by the K K Brown, mule' fNed--------- 44.71, i to adjournment Monday, April 2,
board to use the damaged cement in i; 1 Bather, road work . Nn r.ii there being present E. L. n.I Over-
side walk around the Mlliur. I'.irtin load will\ . ., :." S. B. AULTMANREAL
a trett, chairman; .1. ;M. Usn..II.)l :A.F. .
I //1/11 Id IIisH; lo.idoik\ 1" "" Purchase PlanYou
court house square and Mr. Johnstonwas C: U Hat ton.. road caulk. 4"." Bass and R. V Phillips, II. O.) Par-
instructed to ship it direct to' the 10 I. |I' 4.cIsti'eet.I 111"\.1| ,'," V ,"IM tin being absent; Johnston & (;Garrett

court house | 1 ,I' nuvv' inHc', | non I I u nn .ittorneys. for the board, and J. L. Ov-
Commissioner If. O. Partin ms'k! :. !I' i: \\'ill.i! in.-. ImiilM-r, :31 I IV street t clerk.
\ I II MakloHoli load KlipiilliH I I'lT.I : : ,
motion that Pat Johnston, ns ntloi- Ju I |(. JollllHtoll OUtltHllr\ o'' Sh7fiI 1: The board 1 oar called to order b). ESTATEand 1
I ney for the board and (CVmniissionei I C iilfflii; \ itiialiH toauon 623; its chairman, and they protended with
A. F. Bass be sent to' Tallahassee to' It V PhllllpH.' IIINlel"111.11------- (10 business.E. .
It V I'hlllipB. supplleN--------- 5418 .
the board of county commissioners II \' Phllllpx. pay roll No. 5-- .. 116.25; :; B. Haven presented< a petition
of Okceola county. Motion L('w IH -I(.hn8, work _. ._ 2oI! 6) I'signed i by the citizens of Lake Wilson

find carried.Win seconded by J. M. llunsell MV Kla l.'ci'd SinitnonH Stores. road. lllilli work. feedI:4'a. I'l;: 1)44 (list net, asking the board to 'all an FIRE INSURANCE can now buy and pay for a Ford Car

l. ikc 1\ab! 'ff Na\al :Stolid, l uml election for the creation of special
The board took recess until 2 p. m. ..112111'uudaunl and
hark u : road bridge district. - out of your weekly earnings on the Ford
I The board reconvened at 2 p. m., l.unilirr Yard, luinliti I lj I 'ot: I The board ordered the petition filet 1
all members of the board being J / HobeiHon. riiedlclnc. .. 6r,1;
pres .v :s nlll'II.) Huppiii-H. 22 siK and assured' :Mr. Haven that an election 11 Darlington Avenue Weekly Purchase Plan.
", 4 ent. 1 :S: F'loy d. In,liar fi ...1 4115: would be called as requested at
J. E. Johnston county engineer, u :s rioMi -npii| .H '.; ",-, their next regular meeting. I
presented estimate of total cost construction l.npli., l A. Piatliil, trilH and I nil .1'2
;i. of Melbourne road. and the C ii IK.Icndt rtili lurch r l.'i". SOI. I U. J. Burrows secretary of the I Thousands of families are taking advantage -
Chamber of Commerce before
I. li 'Jig', .11" on lhijuiii"( I came
\ amounts due the contractor and the I
; 'the hoard and condition of
(engineer which said estimate was ordered -- I sign board on county line north and of this new way to buy a Ford and will

k i; spread upon the minutes of the II I' south, and asked them to have repairs -

,. I board. I made or place new ones. Upon soon be driving their own cars, enjoying all
/ t M. C. Autrty: Ford agent, appeared I motion of A. F. Bass seconded by R.

/ I I before the board and stated that V. Phillips and carried CommissionerJ. the benefits and advantages of motor trans
he understood the hoard would buy
I :M. Hansel] was instructed to' see
I trucks to' he used for constructing) i that proper signs( were placed at the F sk Msact anal portation.
and maintaining the loads in the iI I county line between Orange t ; : .
county. The board ah'iK'dIr.; Au- iI
1',1. and Osceola counties.
trey that they were not re-tdy to I Sheriff L. R Farmer VegetablesPhone
reported activities The
make purchases at this t ine. but iI Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly
i ear of Constable C. B. Lamb, very r
" would take matter up later and would ,,r C -

'"N. the give him a chance to make sale to I there unsatisfactory was a justice to him of ; peace that in unless his 44 simple. You can enroll with an ini

it- 7"' county. district he should be removed and insisted
' B. E. Haven before the hoard tial
came payment as low five dollars each
p I that the board take some ac- as
and reported that the citizens of LakeWilson
tion. Pat Johnston for
as attorney -
district wanted a special road service vre the board informed them that they week. You add to first
", district as per petition filed with the BY your payment as
having had no authority to act, but that he
'.. board months The board
:.. advised some Mr. Haven that ago. it would he 'our''aize In Good would look into' conditions. much or little as you feel you can afford.

,: necessary for a new petition to l he year Tires on hand The board after examining estimate -
of of
I county engineer: on cost NfWBY INN
tiled before an election could be call
ed. Mr. Haven agreed with the board when you need tires, the Melbourne road, determined that This money is placed in the bank and draws

( that he would get new petition and advising you what there was a balance due the )general

of tire to buy road fund for money spent in construction interest. In short time
a your deposits
I of said road; that certain ,
Home For Those
Away From Hone
mounting your tiresforToushowingyou bills had been paid from the road and
GET RID OF THAT bridge: fund that had not been refunded. plus the interest paid by the bank, will be

Therefore, motion of A. F. Attractively Decorated
e upon
how for them
i! "TIRED FEELING"Do care Bass seconded by R. V. Phillips and I !sufficient to obtain delivery of the car.
and them
= following fates
lt tarried they passed a resolution authorizing Weekly

up with expert repair the Peoples Bank to make

Y you feel run down and half"t care so that you u transfer of such amount, to-wit: Phil 221 Eicelleit Meals Start today and before you realize it you
a ek all the time? Are you thin. $2759.63 to' the road and bridge fund.

', pale. easily tired-no energy no will get out of them The board after having consideredthe will be driving your own Ford Car.

A j a ambition no"pep" every mile of the small amount of fines collected

; Now is the time [Ito take Gude's thousands of miles for the support of the fine and for-
Fepto-Mangan. It will brace feiture fund because of the fact that KISSIMMEE PLUMBING

'- :A : give you a delightful feeling of vigorand built into them. Jail sentences had been imposed inmost

ambition. enrich your blood build At C.o ) firm, solid flesh, and bring the healthy ._'-_ w_ wi' .wd r..wa convicts were being: used in buildIng .
.w.,1A. C..r I
color back; to your skin. C__ nigh 1M Allw roads in the county, passed a resolu-

"".,, *'Tfaurr ldn>** *. has Gudc'tLiquJd.rid. stns ),.., ..... 4..1 tion asking the comptroller to author- i Nothing Too Big I
: ...... ... ..fA _-4
or. ,as you prefer. c..c.-; -.... ize transfer $2500 to the fine and for- Nothing Too Small
o-o'r feiture fund take of Ford
yr.-I ttl. to care the extra Motor
r't' [ : '6ude's expense not provided for in the levy. Company

,::,, There being no further business before All Work GuaranteedTo

: IPiP = anon; & PRATHER the, they board adjourned.E. upon motion. duly seconded Be Satisfactory5BroadwayTelepbonel43 M. C. AUTREY, DEALER I I"l'

L. D. Oventreet, Chairman.

TOni#imJllJEnric n- Attest: 'J. L./Ovenrl>e.t, Clerk. /#/ I

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I AMERICAN LEGION ( department of the American Legion I r;: .. ,.. . . .
NOTES that the federal ueuro-psychiatric + I
o hospital! for veterans at St. Cloud, tit I MIt EDITORIAL
Minn., estimated to coat $1,500,000 be
Owaley, Pay*.,Tribute To Confederate FII built. at once, have borne fruit, according -
Veterans to information from the United
A tribute to the men of the South, States veterans' bureau at Wash
, who after four hard year. of war ington. It is believed that construe. Financial Resources '1
took up the prcblems of reconstruction tloa will start without delay.
and peace, was paid by Alvin
Owsley, American Legion national With orders for nearly 100,000 I 'i
commander, who spoke at the recent French poppies in the hands of na THE FINANCIAL RESOURCES OF. A COMMUNITY ARE THE ,
annual reunion of the United Confed tional ,,headquarters, the "Poppy Day BAROMETER OF ITS PROSPERITY. '
erate Veterans in New Orleans. 1 CAmpaign' of the-'American Legionto ,, 'Ji

"We who are-seeking a solution of be held prior to May 30, for the Add to these resources and you quicken its advancement., De- .,
out with raising of funds for relief work
post-war problems pause I
wonder and admiration," Commander I among ex-service men, for memorials I .11 tract and you proportionately obstruct its progress. 1
stated "when recall l with and for the decoration of
Owsley we gravesof evidence
of dead of \ediices of This should to all of us our individual: responsibility ,d
. what matchless fortitude you men overseas seem certain \ swelling
the Confederate Army, weary of war success. The first consignment of toward our home town and its people. These people are your ''j
and its trying duties, turned from 1 the silken replicas of the flower have bruises and strains friends and neighbors. YOUR INTERESTS ARE KINDRED. 'J

them to'the solution of tasks more ..oarAMMtmcA11oMtXoa arrived, and orders will be filled In It may be, a sprained, Thus you should take no personal action in any community matter '
irkRomo than war, itself, had provided. rotation as rapidly as possible.
without into
taking consideration just how ft will affect all
." .... 1 wrist or elbow -a
Hoepitallzatlon and rehabilitationof I Illinois Lead in American Legion' bruised muscle--a those living here. ,
I Membership .
disabled veterans of the World war
and Americanism were named by I Illinois leads in all states in Amer- strained tendon You can safely bet, folks, that every Dollar you remove from

. Commander Owsley as tho most vital I ican Legion membership. for 192:1: according You cannot foresee it. But the commercial and industrial life of Kissimmee deprives just "'oj

problems in reconstruction which the tainment ofthe goal set will be I national to a recent report of Legion you can keep Sloan's always that much employment and vocation from someone who need it.
headquarters Indianapolis.
, American Legion- is attempting to reached by May 30. Each mail that I handy to relieve the pain.Sloan's And when you remove employment and vocation! you will remove
solve. comes to Legion headquarters bear 1 I-' from our midst those individuals who 'for' J/j/
"Our duty is to restore men to a followi; Pennsylvania, Ohio. brines are dependent upon it )/
the contributions of former
condition of health and usefulness nurses, Legion posts, civic and soldiers fra- 'i''New: York, Minnesota, California, In- comfort. It breaks up the the sustenance of their homes and families. THIS IS AN-ABSO- '
where they can have an honorable ternal organizations, and of those diana, Wisconsin and Kansas. congested and inflamed condition III LUTE IRREFUTABLE- FACT. ;.
place in society," the Legion leader who hold dear the cause for which i 1 I Philadelphia members of the Amer- and restores normal
said. "The first and obvious thing ia the men sleeping on foreign soil gave ;;ican Legion are aroused over the latest circulation. Use Sloan's to You may think we have enlarged upon this matter, folks, when !
to mend their physical bodies. Broken their lives. 'j I addition to the long list of methods guard from as would we refer to your INDIVIDUAL ACTS,.as being so highly'import ;
limbs cared for. Broken pain you
can be Hollywood Post of the American of exploiting disabled ex-serviev in I ant to the welfare of Kissimmee. To the contrary it should make -.t
minds lost antiseptic to
sight, destroyed hearing, an prevent
of film actors and I men-substituting brass and cast Irontee.t the
these demand a nitre subtile treat- Legion, composed fection. Yourdrufrgisthas it. i plain paths that are opened to all of us in extending the cooperation ;1
h for
studio employes contributed a check gold ones. Some dentists in We .
ment. Tubercular must besegregated owe this wonderful community. 4
and sent patients to1 cli- for $105. The organization of the 'Philadelphia I it l il (charged have beenpocketing Sloan's Liniment-kills pain! .,
mate. Those suffering from shell "Forty Men and Eight Horses" of the gold and other precious For rhramattam.bralimi.Mr in.clM-cold* To begin with when you need Merchandise or Service BUY "
Rochester, N. Y., which won a prise |metal-s sent to them for the work and I --
shock and mental disorders be IT IN
at the annual "Mardi Gras" of Legion have substituted brass alloy. It Is This simple procedure keeps your money at
nursed removed back to to quiet their surroundings normal health.and" Posts in Rochester, went the rewardto alleged that bridge work in the is open to the high school senior who home, banks it here pays the obligations of our people and thus ;
An for flx immigration holiday
of ten recommended a graves immediately. In Keene, N; H.. '' in Philadelphia has been found to subject, "Why I Am Proud I Am an and tiade-and even back into your own pocketbook front whence 1
period years was where the Legion pout is named aftera be composed of cast. iron and .similar American." '
Commissioner the it .
bv first
Owsley as :base metals.
soldier who lies buried oversea Agents of the UnitedStates
step in solving the question of Amer- member of the Rotary Club sent a ;, Veterans Bureau are investi- The recent passage by congress. of
IcanUm. this period, he said, and think a moment, friends of the transactions involved
During large check with the specific charge gating the charges.Ninetythree amendments to the Sweet bill extending "
the foreigners in America must be that it should be applied for the decoration -- the time for service connection of in a procedure of this kind. THINK OF TIlE EMPLOYMENTMADE
taught the ideals of American citizen- of the grave of the hero whose trees representingthose disabilities frim tuberculosis and tieuropsychiattic POSSIBLE in the handling of these Dollars and the business '
ship. Enforcement of existing statutes who fell in the World three >j
from two to
is honored the war
name by Legionnairesof !! transactions ensuing result of I
as a keeping them
providing for school : among
compulsory that city. planted{ by American Legion members years, will permit thousands. of case,1"f
attendance will be urged by the Le- at the recent dedication! of a \etcrans previously rejected to receivo ourselves.In j
gion to insure to all citizens the Many of the letters inclosing dona-
opportunity memorial I avenue in a park at Lincoln. favorable consideration, Joe '
of education according to tions to the fund reveal strong per-. Neb. General John j. Pershing. delivered Sparks, chairman of the American contrast, picture in your minds the result of spending, .
the Legion chief. sonal sentiment.: One who signs herself the dedication address and unveiled Legion's national rehabilitation com- sending these Dollars away from our city. By so doing you have \
"A double Gold Star mjther"Rent
During his stay in New Orleans a donation expressing. beet wishes a boulder upon which were inscribed mittee, has announced. All such) side-tracked in a single action, a substantial portion of our commercial "
Commander Owsley became a member for the of the fund. Another the names of those men and claimants arc advised by the legionto industry and transferred to some distant
success! community as-
of the Son of Confederate Veteran .j.j1I..tR
women who made the supreme sacrifice. reconsideration by the Vet-
*. Doth grandfathers of Com letter read: "The inclose' check' claim'request. | Bureau. that are a DISTINCT LOSS TO KISSIMMEE AND ITS .r
mander Owsley served In the Confederate is from an inmate of thet tc penitentiary -- PEOPLE.
Army during the Civil war. who wishes to do his part In honor of the memory of the dead One. of the first conttibutions to ,J
Please acknowledge this. (From the who fell in action with the 8 I the fund which the American Legion We claim the keeping of our money at home, friends, is the first
National Treasurer Sees .SUC t'IIs of warden' 'of the institution.) A former ( BlackhavvIO division lilackhiink Post in liming to decorate th.rI'Itve... of step in the building of a "real city." And from the standpoint of
Endowment Fund "parde, an he described himself in of the A IIWI iran, Legion in Chicagohas overseas dead\ came fl'cmIan./ .. Hun
'oul''lt-sholild be the easiest.
Realization of the endowment fund his letter, said: "Hire's my iron man established n scholarship in the doif a disables Legion member 1 tak- To begin with, MERCHANDISEAND
sought bv the American Legion to for the graves endownunt" fund. Good! University of Chicago to he called)' the ing treatment for tuberculosis in a SERVICE IS HERE IN ABUNDANCE. There is not a t
provide for the permanent annual luck to a good cause. lilaekhawk 1h'l1l1Jrial101.11\ !'hip. St. Paul hospital. In spite of his disability business man in Kissimmce today but who is ready to serve you
decoration of all graves of American Anounvement of the id-operation The scholarship, covers thiec1 term II' Hundorf has enrolled 135 to your utmost satisfaction both in quantity, quality and price.
Word War dead on foreign soil is of many of the larger newspapers in tuition and its \uluc is between $225 members for his Legion post this
nearer. the country has been received at Legion and $2C>.'>. depending upon wlu'ther' year, of whom 108 are fellow pa- BEFORE YOU TURN THIS PAGE we want you to glance
Announcement by the national headquarters.\ These newspapers the peiscn winning the bcholarship tient" through the list appended! herewith: and realize this is
treasurer of the Legion that the daily working through the Legion chooses to enter the college of arts ----- so. And
receipts for this fund are mounting is posts of their (cities expect to aid the literature and science. i or the schoolof It rest an Indianapolis man they are only part of the entire number who are ready, not onlyto
taken as an indication that the at lund by appeals! to then readers. commerce and administration. It $rp) for falsely asserting young was serve you, but also our community-Kissimmee. Think it over. .
member of the American )Legion
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Judge! Delbert Wilmeth, of the city!
oust, a prominent Legion member '
r. assessed the fine when it was proved
that the youth had no right to wear BANK OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA 4
ji Legion; button.It I

was found that there were no '
funds available for the purchase of Deposits InsuredL. Hardware & FurnitureKissimmee :!
For You gymnasium equipment for the high ,

IT post school of at the Denton I American, !Mont.Legion, the decided local H. Gedge, Cashier ,.N

to cpntribute proceeds from a postmotion
picture show and dance to the

,when you're thirstyWe ,school.The" American, Legion has been the FRED S: GILBERT The LAKE VIEW INN

'most potent, influence in this country .
against. the spread of radicalism and Ah ftIfaberdashery Rooms and ApartmentsMrs.
l"oli>lievi.sni. according to Dr. John J. Shoes
Tigert, United States commissioner M. A. Evans
of who visited
education recently
Legion; national headquarters in In- Broadway : Kissimmee '
dianapolis. Mr. Tigert commended ICissimmee'v
the Legion upon its efforts to foster ;
Americanism in the schools of the

country. ---- WENNER SAWYER LYLES V. STORY CO. f..

use the patented bottle for
The relation of weather conditionsto Stationery, Clothing j
Coca..Cola-to help protect you wireless audibility is a point of interest GiftsBroadway ;'.(

from all imitations and substi' United to States the weather department bureau of agiicul-of the 1' : Kissimmee Broadway : Kissimmee -1."

tutes. We thoroughly sterilize ; tore which, although without facilities "'"
investigations -
of its own for conducting if
every bottle-and our distinctive in this field, has cooperatedio .v,
various ways with other agenciesalso MACH BROTHERS INDEPENDENTGROCERY '
bottle is the most sanitary pack.. /i interested in conditions effecting GARAGE $
wireless' telephony...
age that can be made. We give As a result of work done by Nebraska Nash .
l Wesleyan University based Cars, Hood Tires C. C. Davis
you an absolutely pure drink- on thunderstorm reports furnished by

wholesome it is becauseit r, the weather bureau the investigators Broadway : Kissimmee i iI Emmett St. Kissimmee .
as good reached the conclusion that there is i I

is prepared with choicest ro relation between barometric pressure ,;
I and audibility, and that conditions -
from ' at the sending .station do not
products nature. influence the audibility at a distant I S. L. HAGERMAN PHIPPS BROTHERS :
receiving station. High static frequency -
Order a case from your grocer today high static audibility and a I GARAGE "
and keep a few bottles on ice at home ' near-hy thunderstorm area however, The Peonies' Market 1
tend to reduce the audibility at the First Class WorkGuaranteed I :
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; KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZmE j J Pertaining To Churches.l BACK GIVES.our RURAL By Spud COMMON Johnson'My SENSE tt-,.!

'" BUBLJSHBD BY idea of hog cholera has been
d' 4' THE! KT8SIMMKB VALLEY GAZETTE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Plenty of Kltudminee Reader. Hare changed friends. It hat not been many SAFEGUARD YOURSELF '
This when I that all
Experience.You thought
'i; r,. EVERY FRIDAY years ago
f' KI88IMMKE. FLO It IDA. Rev. W.. H. Preach. D. D., Pastor .. this- business of inoculating hoes!! for
r', tax the kidneys .overwork cholera was tom foolery. 'Can tell
w. BrHARRl8Prelddent: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday; ;; school. Proto them- me that squirting a little stuff ojt of 4"

ALLISON B.! O. VANS T. AQNKWSecretary KKBNCH.-,-EditorUBWCIUITIO D. B. Shaver, superintendent. They can't keep up the continual a bottle into a hog thru a sharp,needle Everyman should, have an established credit. ,
I 11:00: a. m.-Morning 'Worship strain. will keep it from having cholera. If a
II !* plATES Sermon by the pastor. Mrs. Smedall Whether he avails himself of it at".rare inter-
x One Copy, One Ye.r.. .!....__.__$3.00 The back may give out it may hog is going to have cholera he's go.
,4 One Copy, Six; Month--_- 1.00 will sing. ache and pain; ing to have it and that is all there is vals, or frequently, of rare value.,
y i, ,On Copy, Three Month.- ,.iO.Knterrd . 6:30 "p. m.-Christian. Endeavor Urinary troubles may set In. to it." That is what I used to say
meeting; Don't wait longer take Doan's to- the experts when they would tell
., f' ( e, Florida at the as pottofflco...(' matter.Klislnim )- 8:00 p. m.--Union services' at' The Kidney Pills.Kissimmee. me ought to get the pigs and sows There are often times when being' able to take
i" / Tent. people tell you how treated against cholera.But .
'... All communication except: from auf Visitors will find a cordial welcome they act. I've had a change of mind on advantage of an established credit means much.
thurlxcd corrcRpomlenls must be (Innad to a home-like church. . ,
by the writer. Ask your neighbor.Mrs. that proposition. My county sgentpersuaded ;
Rejected matter will bo returned ifcalled FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH A. J. Key 803:! Hughey!\ street me to try the inoculatingidea : A bank account is the surest means of gainingan
for. Kissimmee says: "I endured severe on six of my spring pigs last
t Rev. J. A. Sutton! D. D., Pastor. misery from backache. Mornings my year. lie said we would pick out established credit in'your community. The
LTIIF-Ah1CRICANPRLS, ; K n.tatl"l] back was sore and lame and I could twelve shoals and put them all in a bank is the logical place where information
J \y9'CIAfRN
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9:45 a. in.-Sunday School. Car scarcely start my housework. My pasture together. Six of them we
son Farmer, superintendent. Classes feet bloated badly and I had to take would give the double treatment for to your credit is sought, and your banker shouldbe

FRIDAY, APRIL 27; 1923. for all ages. Join the pastor's class hold of a chair to keep from falling ,cholera control and the other six we first reference.Merchants .
11:00: a. m.-Sermon by the pas- with dizziness. I heard about Doan's I wouldn't give anything. And, in order your

BANKERS SEND CLUB j tor. I. O. O. F. Memorial services, Kidney Pills and got a supply at Mln- that the plan would have a fair test,
FLORIDA COLLEGEThe "The Tests of Friendship" ick'. Drug Store. Doan's promptly he said we ought: to put in the same
7:00 p, m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional elipvcd-jno<< -and--cured 'me complete- pasture with the shoats two old 1 sows .

bunkers of Florida every year I meeting. I)'." t that we knew were sick with cholera.
rive three scholarships of $100 each' 8:00: p. m".-Union services at The Price r;0c. at all dealers. Don't That was his plan, and I agreed to
to that many boys as rewards for Tent simply ask for a kidney remedy-get I it after his wife told me a man oughtto I and Farmers BankOF

work done as membes of the agricultural Free seats and a welcome to loan's Kidney Pills-the same that be willing/ to try out any well-rec ,
1 clubs of the state. The scholar I strangers as well as those who be- Mrs. Key had. Foster-Milburn Co., ommended plan once -

ships are to the College/ of long here Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. And I'm here to tell you, Mr. Hpg_ KISSIMMEE"A
ture, University of Florida Agrlcul-// A church of the Bible and for the Raiser there is something to that

,:.. awarded upon competitive j, people. CARPET GRASS MAKES, GOOD business of cholera inoculation. Of
\: tion conducted by State Club Agent( ------CHURCH PASTURE those twelve shoats five died and I HOME INSTITUTION"SULPHUR

'R. W. Blacklock. One of .the three METHODIST am not too proud to admit that all

goes to a west Florida boy to a central Rev. W. C. Norton Pastor. "One of the most urgent needs of five were of the lot that we did'nt
P f Florida boy and one to a south the Florida cattlemen is a good peren- treat. All six of the ones that got i
, Florida boy. 7:00: a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer nial grass that may be inexpensively "shot" lived as though nothing was
: Durintr the meeting of the State Meeting in Bungalow. established on cutover lands where wrong.
r. Bankers Association in St. Peters ":45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. L.Overstreet the presence of roots and: stumps I may be contrary about some I --- .

burg April 13-14, the bankers votedto superintendent. makes the use of the plow too difficult things, but when a thing hits my TO BE TRIED Watson, entomologist of the
give these three scholarships again 11:00: a. m.-Preaching by the pas ," to quote one of the prominentrange pocketbook like cholera has been doing Florida
't.% this year. Provision is made that tor. cattlemen of this state. for the last ten years or so, I'd HERE BY MISSIPPIANFOR experiment station. He will work as

.., the winners must attend the state's 7:00: p. m.-Senior League devo- Specialists of the College of Agriculture rather admit I'm wrong and save my NEMATODE CONTROL a fellow studying for a master of

r.: college of agriculture as regular/ college tional service. Gainesville answer "Carpet hogs and money than continue beingso science degree. His scholarship Is

, students. However, that does 8:00: p. m.-Union services at The grass meets this need wherever soil dead sure I am right and everybod Sulphur is unpleasant to other ani- given by the national research coun-
not mean that a boy must be ready to Tent. and moisture conditions are right. It else wrong. Boys, take it from me mal life than mites on poultry. Some cil.

" enter college in order to win. If he / 11 not exacting as to type of soil but sand get your pigs inoculated for chol- persons believe that it may be justas Professor Watson himself has '
is not ready to enter, the money is CHRISTIAN CHURCH requires a fairly /good supply of soil I era control. It will pay. I've tried it effective in repelling those little spent
placed in a bank and draws interest moisture. It thrives on much of our both ways and I know. animals that live in the soil and Injure years investigating control of the
10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. C. E. nematode, and his discoveries and advocated
/J; till the is
/ boy ready.
woods lands and on locations that the of the friends of
i j//;: Mr. Blacklock says that none of the I Yowe1!!, superintendent. do not become too Through: the co-operation of the entomological remedies have meant the saving
when used to smoke
man, as mosquitoes
11:00 a. m.-Communion services. -
: of thousands million ,
club boys who won scholarships last forces of the Dominionof -possibly
I 7:00: p. m.-Christian Endeavor. In planting carpet /grass sow atthe out of the house. of dollars! to the agriculture of
year have failed in their college work. of five six seed Canada, a monthly review of the this
rate of
t Say .the state bankers: In our opin- (Subject: "What The Restoration the where or the pounds native outstanding entomological features of Sulphur is to be tried out as a control state. lie worked out and now strong
, ion no safer banking has been done :Movement Means to The World. acre grasses that great Territory will in future be measure of the small nematode ly advocates controlling the nematode -
:. than loaning to members of boys' andgirls' Leader: Mrs. B. C. Miller. have been burned this off or closely grazed included in the monthly Insect Pest worm which causes root-knot on manyof by growing the bunch velvet beanon
, advise.
clubs on the recommendation of (| Visitors cordially invited.ST. dinfis experts on be made subject time Survey compiled in the bureau of en- the more important cultivatedfield the infestel soil through the warm

the county agents/ under whose super- | JOHN'S KPISCOPAL CHURCH from>e April: may until July, providing at any there tomology, United States departmentof truck and orchard crops. Todetermine summer months, keeping the soil constantly -
vision the loaned "The Value of Sulphur in cultivated the .
money was expended. I is abundance of moisture.On agriculture. Canada has many in meantime.This
1" We have heard of no bank regretting j I Rev. M. B. Ayres, Rector. an larfa pastures where its sue- entomological problems in common the Control of the Root-Knot Nema- gives the worm's eggs in the soil
having materially assisted in the -- | with the northern states of the Unit- tode" is a task assigned to R. L. a chance to hatch out and then the
it not assured it is well to
ass fully ,
development of this kind of agricul- i, 10:00: ) a. m.-Sunday School. (restrict seedings to small, sele.-t led j j" States' and those interested in conditions Trigg. a recent graduate of the Mississippi : young worms starve since there are

, tw e. j 11:00 u. m.-Morning Prayer, and areas and, if these successful, i there may obtain the information A. & M. College.Mr. I no roots they can feed upon except
'.. I sermon by the rector. ; are I through our department of agri- Tri jC's work will be done in thosf of the bunch velvet bean which
seed will be produced which will be I
r MARCH BIGGEST MONTHIN 8:00 and Florida under the direction of J. inimume the
: p. m.-Evening player ture. H"I I are to nematodes.Spalding's .
: FORD CAR 1ISTORl'"More sermon. distributed by stock to other parts of I i I

the range. .
8O: ( m.-Wed H'lIduLitmy: - --- -
Ford, than p. I
f people cars II
and .
\players.CHRIST'S I II
ever before, M. C. Autrey, local
)1' dealer, said today. CIU'RCIIPentecostal I

; : "Fifty thousand more Fords wrr<- ( ) I M

sold at retail in !March than in anyone Corner; Brack and Oak Streets .r. :

., month in the history of t the Ford -- I
Motor Company, according to word Thcs. B. Buckalcw) Pactor.
from Detroit. The !March sales totaled
179,764 cars and trucks. 10:00( : a. m.-Sunday Schoollnter-
"For a whole year sales have been national) Lessons. rAmerica's
running over 100,000 a month, bringing 11:00: a. m.Sermon by pnstor. Baseball Goods

/ a total of 1,429.979 Ford cars and 7l."i: ; p. m.-Young Peopleu' Service.. "'
R:4IJ< ( Sermon b, ,
trucks into use in the United States : ]p Evangelistic r
alone since April 1, 1922. fin"t(or.
"Here in the Jacksonville branch 7:::10 p. m.-Tuesday. InstructivMilile ; (' .

territory cf which this city isI part, teaching by pastor.
the March sales were 3,801 cars, a big 1 7HO:: p. m.-Thursday: Weekly

increase over last year for the same Prayer Service. annual rec-
month. The demand-for the Ford is j! 2:30 p. m.-Friday. Women's Bible Just received
p f, lust fas great proportionately right; ''Class. Mrs. L. B. Higdon in charge ord of fire loss averages a large shipment of ",

here at home as it Is anywhere else I Communion service first Sunday

in the country. .. each- month Foreign Missionary of 520 Schoolstotally Balls Bats '
Mits and
V l''S "The company is now.operating on (jfcring ,, taken second Sunday each ,.:\t# t'. Gloves, .. all 't"'
the greatest manufacturing schedulein month at evening'service. -.<$
its histrv.. so there are more Ford 1 Come Pray Believe All welcome. destroyed 'other paraphernalia in the
cars being built than ever before and necessary
improvements in all the different KEEPING THINGS COOL IN THE I Adequate fire insurance is n

types make the Ford the best it ever 1 KITCHEN necessity. Property is of questionable National Game.Remember
.' has been. i value without it. This .

"And Ford cars are now easier to Florida contributed ice to the com agency represents such as the
,' obtain than ever before because of foil and happiness of man. The process Hertford Fire Insurance Com-

Ji the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan which of manufacturing ice was discovered pany that not only insures I- these are Spalding Goods
t makes it possible for more familiesto by Dr. John B. Gorrie of Ap- property but helps you prevent
have a car. Father, mother sons nlachicola. His statue represents it from burning.
and daughters all can participate in Florida in Statuary: Hall in the na- and Spalding's means THE BEST.
the plan and it is rather surprisingthe : tional capitol. Ills discovery made Insurance Facts

number of families who are tak- the :supply so abundant and cheap that .
The eoftt of fire I..r.... !.
ing advantage of it so as to enjoy its use is almost universal.The .
the pleasures that come with auto- following pointers in the selec- lO\Viil than brfurv the war
mobile ownership." tion and care of the refrigeratojbave sad declined during the war.

I lean( made by home demonstration
, Call this
THIS YEAR'S CITRUS CROP workers of the state on agency

BIGGER THAN PREDICTED Select a refrigerator large enoughto Fred S. Gilbert

. meet the family needs.
.' Tampa April 24.-With only about See that it is so constructed that CARSONlARMER
7, ', 6 percent of the orange crop left anj there will be an easy circulation. of
,, leas than 20 percent of the grapefruit I air within the box. .
there is every reason to expect a'' Place in a light airy r
( ; Strong and healthy demand for Florida Walls should be well spot.insulated and "The Insurance Man"
I J friuts for the balance of the "car joint IS.Over .
V; ', son, says George_A. Scott, general The lining should be smooth non- noherv.*. Drmjf Btr . ..
,,' ; ., manager or the Florida Citrus Exchange absorbant and easily cleaned. 23 H Broadway Klulaiaire. Fla. o
in his weekly market review. I{ Care should be taken that the drainpipe I
,' ,, "Shipments this week brought the \ is kept clean.

"; total for" the season up to 13,500,000 i Keep the ice chamber full-the temperature -
t, boxes says the review, "which is will be lower and the ice
ii equal to the entire shipments for the I will last longer.
lir- 4 1"" previous season. There is every indication i Do w
I not cover the ice with a blanket o i
r.' -0 that this season's will
4. crop I lor paper. What may be saved in ice
exceed early estimates of 15,000,000 is lost in
v boxes, and may go as high as 15,500- I l>o not refrigeration.leave the door The Better
open. Baking Sure
000 boxes.
,. Reviewing citrus markets warm air entering raise the temperature ;
.' for the past week Mr. Scott says: 1 and melts the ice.
"Material changes for the better inc Warm food in the
I put refrigerator
the demand for oranges have been also raises the temperature.The No More Failures
noted in practically all markets. The I coldest spot in the box is the
west has shown
a radical increase in
first compartment to which the air
have prices, while in eastern centers prices I passes from the ice. The MASCOT has simply revolutionized the
steadily increased
on all sizes.
This should be reserved
for milk
This is especially true In auction I and butter. Do not put other foods ranee La n.... By a new heating principle, the
markets. In smaller out-of-town j I with these milk MASCOT insures
.. 1'/ markets there is seemingly a limit on absorb and butter easily even baking, quicker hot

, J" what buyers will pay for fruit. Large Keep the refrigerator clean. Water, and a saving of one-third or more fuel. ,
: } t t. sizes are meeting a slightly better I
Wash and air it
; thoroly at least
" ", demand, due probably to the fact that 'once a week.
f.? ., k large fruit was selling at
comparatively If
you are situated where can- MASCOT
I you
1 "Auction prices than small fruit. not have ice, build an iceless refrig-
. 'a markets have shown
,.M( I erator. By its use a temperature of
steady in demand
for 65 or 70 degrees under
favorable con
) tough
fruit in
J especially fancy fruit, ditions may be obtained in Florida in
medium I
'fI' grades have also shown a I mid-summer. It is an inexpensive
tendency toward high
k-> .' prices Private household convenience. Directions
ales markets are also showing a better for MASCOT
: making a refrigerator may be ob ;
tendency, with increased demand.
l ; tained from
your county or home
,. '-7.';. "Lighter shipments are reported demonstration agent.A S7 *Mf new prllleipJe. .
/from Florida packing houses this well kept refrigerator adds much onlT in the MABCOT; the laea !
week. The orange movement totalled to the comfort of life. .. NOW driven ALL Around the i
}474 can .as compared with 525 cars This heat device make the

u .cl. jtbe preceding week. The grapefruit Forty-eight Rhode Island Red hens anRa"?* B* mona is '*** ** makes '
i. I movement totalled 508 cars, as come the property of Mrs. L. A. Henry of: It the cheapest nags la the world q
ail! :psred:. ;,with 575 ears the previousWek. Lee conuty laid an average of 22.28 to operate. Think of saving a titled J'
: ,} Florid shipments for the season eggs in February, or in 28 days. That X-ray seat: >e sbowiag .rater* full Ask roar dealer foe
r t are now,22,240'cars of oranges gives the flock of Mrs. Henry first bow aD a d ROwkatlota I Iw
1 111 ? and '15,,grapefruit. a total of I place in the farm-flock egg-laying crowd :rh % r t ,t ,

';l>37,253 ,,gam. ' -" demonstration contest being conducted branch of by the the home Mascot Stove Manufacturing Comoanv W. B. MAKINSON CO. .

Cb nkJel' of.'facts-sifter .l*f rumor tural Extension/Division. Agricul :; I) Ce1t>liloo
Tennessee i
I Lewis Hall '1"// fI.XU
n and ppiuion -Ia,,the "C1ID... own of Palm I" ..J mlorida.x
e " f I Beach/county. who hasbeen: ,__ ,, _ .,. /<
,'Z'nom' ... l lp r w .per., .. ...... ." '. \ leading+aow in second: pUcW i : ,
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.__ ___ _ _ __. _ n KISSIMMEE-:VALLEY.! ,GAZETTErBIDAY*, ; APRIL. STI923': : 1 . FIVE i

:00400440 44000444. STATESWIMMING MEET 'AnY CLINIC WILL .. ROUNDED INLET' INCREASES; .., the entrance tDer..ec1'th ''capacity

LOCAL , CARRYING"CAPACITY OF PIPES 1 percent: over that; of a pipe of the
WEATHER REPORT a same size 'with a sharp-cornered en
The watel'-c of trance. Filling in the bell end and
PE 0 Official Bulletin of daily tern. Five Hutdred DelUi.. Worth Of Mi**' Rath Mettlnger Will DevoteA culvert rr"in'C be capacity increased a. rounding,, to an elliptical: shape with
can appreciably
pipe -
0 perature and precipitations fur- Silver Loving Cups Are) To! Be Month's Time To This County, by merely rounding the inlet mortar caused an additional flow of 2

e nished by the Kiaiimmee Co- Given As Prize To Winner ,And Local Physicians Help end, according to tests conducted: by percent more than the charp-comer

i.' Dora' Leer sited In lakeland e 0 operatlTe Station, 'for U. S.the Weather week' Bureau ending ** Winter Park in general and Rollins Miss Ruth Mettinger, child welfare the bureau of public road, United ed due to This the elimination increase'in capacity of ecross
States department of agriculture.These .
s week. ? e Thursday, April 26: ,* College and Lake Virginia in particular expert of the State Board of Health, currents and eddies set by
tests were conducted. in the up
O will be the mecca for the Florida will arrive in Kissimmee next weekto
Hemstitching at Mrs. Woodbeck's hydraulic'laboratory of the State Un- square-end entrance., -*
4 O High School: aquatie enthusiasts on start a baby clinic for Osceola
Date Max Mia
it Shop "' e. *. O Friday, ..Apr. 20.__.86: 60.OO; Prcp./ Saturday, April 28, for on that date county.. Miss Mettinger is one of the .iversity of Iowa and indicate that a Water will enter a pipe culvert in
inexpensive modiftca- greater quantities when guided
the 1923 Florida State Interachplastic four nurse* under the direction of
JE.. Main And P Saturday Apr 21..89 66 .00 0O
Mahan of ,
corner tion in the Installation of pipe culverts smoothly by a rounded entrance than
Aquatic Meet will be held on the placid Mrs. Leura Jean Reid, operating un-
left Sunday Apr 22.88 61 .00 0O
rk streets, Monday for Lincoln, will considerably increase their when retarded ,by eddies. The slight
Monday, Apr 2S..93 63 .00' 4 waters of Lake Virginia using der the federal-state funds as provided i
;lmmingcou1'lle. efficiency. modification of a pipe 'culvert entrance
the Rollins College official by the Shepherd-Towner bill.
4 Tuesday Apr 24___94 61 ..00Wedn'day O
I It is well-known fact merely the inlet
a that an opening by rounding ;
New York Life Insurance Co., Sam 0 Apr'25.90 61 trace O Saturday morning, May 6, at nine .
with sharp corners'retarde the end is well worth while considering ,. '
14tfc Nineteen boys team and twelve o'clock the clinic for 'white children
0 0O
Lupf local representative. Thursday Apr 2689 64 .00
flow! of water. The curved entrance the greater capacity obtained and the
made 6:00 girls teams are entered in the Meet, will open at the Chapter House. Every -
Readings are at p..0
Mrs. B.' Beacham, of Orlando, was 0 m. for the preceding twenty-four according to the statement issued by child under six years of age does not need to be large to be bene small increase ,in cost of construction._

e guest of Mrs Howard Anderson, 0 hours O Ray Greene, director of the Meet, to should be brought into the clinic for ficial. Simply filling and roundingthe
st Saturday. 0 ALLISON T. FRENCH. 0 the press this morning. The boys examination. Local physicians will groove: at the bell end of a vitrified The high record for j the bureau of
teams registered the following assist Miss'' Mettinger and Miss pipe with cement mortar will increase
Flat fo 0 Co-operative Observer. represent biological survey of the United Stales
Furnished rent. W. B. schools I Smith the capacity. The same resultcan
I Iarrls. high : St. Petersburg:, county home demonstration
Gazette office. 14-tf 0044044000 40 444040 lUlls borough (Tampa), George Wash- agent, and records will be kept of the be secured with any kind of pipe department of agriculture in mountain a

ington (Tampa) Woodrow Wilson 'examinations. Parents will be advised by plating the end a few inches back lion work for period of one
Mrs C. C. Paxton; of Moor Haven, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Parker, and Junior (Tampa),, Lakeland, Kissimmee as to the proper way to overcome from the face oC the head wall instead month, was established in January in a

';. in Kissimmee this week visitingr grandson, Byron, and Miss Frances Orlando High and Orlando Jun. defect or ailment which their: of setting it flush and rounding the Arizona district Hunter Charles

sister, Mrs. L. W. Pilley. Parker, leave tomorrow for Sioux ior Sanford Daytona, St. Augustine, any children: may have. the concrete so as to form a bell- Miller killed 12 mountain lions in four j'

man woman's best Rapids, Iowa,, Duval, :Leesburg. New Smyrna, Winter Miss Mettinger will remain In Os- mouthed entrance. Such an arrange- days. The nearest approach" to this ;
e working: ment is. particularly effective when record! was the kill made last by
Winter Park Fort ceola throughout the month year
Givens Haven. Myers, county
I. C. of who
nd is McCAULEY'S STORE. Akron, Ohio,
the entrance to the culvert is sub- Hunter C. E. Beebe, of Montana, who
has been the guest of J. L.' Overholt, West Palm Beach, Miami and De- and clinics will be held i in other citiesof ,
e picnic supper which the Moth- of 220 Verona street, left yesterdayfor Land while girls teams representing the county. It is not yet known merged and greater capacity is need got 5 I mountain lions between 1 and 4

i' Club anticipated for May Day the north. St. Petersburg Hillaborough, George how many days will be devoted to ed.From p. m., February 8, 1922. The efforts ?f
been postponed until June. Washington, Junior, Orlando High, I Kissimmce, as that can only be determined actua I tests made on a pipe of these hunters are resulting in
Miss Angie Makinson returned Orlando Junior, Duvul. Winter Haven by the number who avail flowing full of water it was found greater safety for live stock in these

haves, IBc; haircuts 86c; children 20tiMr. home last Saturday from Miami Winter Park, Fort Myers, West "themselves of the opportunity pre that the bell end of a sewer pipe at states

; .t Casino Barber Shop. where she had been visiting Mr. and Palm Beach, Miami and DeLand h'gh sented. Further announcements will .
-- -- - - -- -------5---
Mrs. C. M. Frazure. schools will be in the coming events. be posted as soon as they are received -
and Mrs Richard Eckles and Remembering the fact that only fifteen from the state officials.

andson returned to their northern Arthur Bullock, Milton Graham boys teams and nine girls', teams Next Wednesday a clinic for colored

e in Montrose, Michigan, Sunday. David Branson, Richard Bandy, and were entered in the 1922 Meet and children will be held at the colored -

Star Brand shoes are better. See Jack Simpson will represent Osceola thirteen boys' teams and nine gills' school. The Casino TheatreWill
STORE. High at tne Florida State Interscholastic teams participated in the 1921 Meet
at McCAULEY'S Aquatic Meet at Rollins College and eight bOYM' teams and six girls': The spread of the Mexican bean

Rev. J. A. Sutton moved this weekm tomorrow. teams swam in the initial state meet, beetle to higher altitudes is apparentto

the A. S. Gilbert residence to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Russell I' staged! in the spring of 1920 it can entomologists of the United States remain closed on Wed-
were of
department Three
is former address, at 418 Church easily he seen that interest among or
in having comedown Florida high school "fishes" in thean- four years ago the Mexican bean! beetle -
McIntosh where nesday Nights during the
Mr. Russell
from ual event is increasing as the years was found not higher than 5,000
A beautiful line of new home hair is the cashier of the bank fur u roll b)', In fact there is such a large feet above sea level in Colorado and
ats for Commencement, at Mrs. visit with his mother and sister at entry list for this year's classic that |at elevations as high as 7,000 feet in

oodbeck's, Hat Shop. their Main street home. the width of Rollins course i ia now New Mexico Quite recently authentic Evangelistic Campaign

being added to in order to properlycare reports have been received of the
Mrs. Smith and Miss
The Dayson hotel is presenting a Guy daughter for the entries. occurence of this pest at altitudes
Smith who have bt-en visitingMr.
atly improved front since the com- Evelyn above 7.000 feet in New Mexico and
Five hundred dollars worth of
and Mrs. L. M. William for the 1
tion of the 'new pillars at the Riv- past. three months ut their home at silver loving cup are on stake at the lone| of its occurence at Chaffee, Buena
block. Vista county Colo., at an elevation of .
Meet. This fact, inasmuch as the
409 street left KisRimmee Mon- -- --- - ------ --- -
I 8,213 feet. In Mexico it is known to
Florida StateInterscholastic
Ask for information on the New day for their home at Trout Creek, Trophy case contains more. than occur in Pucbla, State of Pucbla at t
ork Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- New York. cups
14-tfc any trophy case in the south enhances an elevation of 7,110 feet. The stat

cr. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hankins. and the interest taken in the annual entomologist of Colorado reports this w

Mrs. J. K. Hilliard and son, Jim Mrs. Hankins mother, Mr". J. R Meetfor 1 naturally the possibility of specie at Salida last Hummer, and Do You Want to

f Homestead, are upending a few Jones, of North Carolina, returned to winning a cup or two for their high i says that it is spreading in Delta
ays in Kissimmee, stopping at the Kissimmee Wednesday from a visitin school increases" the interest taken in (J county on the western slope in the irrigated -

Ark hotel. Altoona. Mr. Hankins spent Mon- the different events by the partici. region._
-_ day to Wednesday on a business, \ trip pants. Beside the cups, gold; silver Make ?
For Rent: Four-room, modern; via 1'alatkn. and bronze medals are offered. for the Money

rage; $15. Six-room, modern; close -- v.innei of (lust, second and third place I
; $20. Nelson Realty Co. Dr. Howard Kelly, of Baltimore, n spfHnc'ly in each event.
who recently addressed the Chamber Manner of Scoring liff.veiti

Rov. W. n. Witheriipoon. former of Commerce before taking: the Kisslmmee The manner of the scoring of points .
ator of the Presbyterian church river bird trip, is expected
in the various events in, first in swim
ere, now of Crystal River, spent aew hack totlny In company with. J. M. |"luntre or dive, 5 points; second in A Dollar saved is a Dollar made. You can save s

hours in Kissimmee yesterday. Willson he plans to in-povt J; t his Lake swim,, plunge or dive, :) points; thirdin

McCAULEY --sells-genuine Palm Wilson properties.J. I swim, plunge or dive, 1 point; first 1 many Dollars in the course of a year by atMILAR'S

in relay races, 10 points second in
ash suits and straw hats at a little B. Hale, who ha" been "- ,,'nding' ;
relay f third in relay
than other stores. the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Sam races points; I}
tSB! .
races, :2 point" Judge* shill in opendentlv
1'rather their Emmett street home, '
at award to the FOR SALE 5 AND 1 lOcTORE
ofoman' points
The regular monthly meeting 1 up
left last week for E\'an"%' Indiana
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maximum of ten for each dive according
Club will be held at -
where hewill wait foi Mis. IVathtr FOR .I'-llod"n 4-room liiliiKulow,
,House on Tuesday. May 1, at his grind daughter. The. two will( go to the following scale: forprorDptnslI fura"shed- bath room garage city I

:30 Alice Parker, recording ; ) of dive, 1 point; for form lots; 12* W4ai'Inff citrus trvt-s In-
cret.ary.You for to their the former summer.home MM.Omaha! Prat her Illinois)t'ftyest.erday. on stand, ::1 points; for form in the qulra.TV J. .Steed' or Hoi ia.20tf4xFOR ttalntClouil. We carry a full line of 5 and 10 cent goods and sell ,
air ::1! for form I <
I points; on Centering them for less.
can get fresh shrimp, boiled, -- the water, :3 points. In case of a tie HU.K--Onk dlnliiK- loom table

t DuPont's Cafe" almost any day inhe Hubert Fleming returned to Kis in score, the team or individual having nnd four dining room chain Cull --
week. simmee Wednesday from Athens, the greatest number of "firat"pla..s 120 Ir>'au. 20-Hx
his, : Georgia, where he has been for a few shall win. If the team or Individual FOR SALK-Grade Aberdeen Angus WILLIAM MILAR '
William Smith has resigned potion in still tied the greatestnumber *
since leaving the Piedmont Hospital bull nice 'indlvlduiil. tiradeTuiiln
with the American Express days of "second"' places shall de. ram; several milch cow. .'. A,
ompany, and left yesterday for Av- much at improved.Atlanta. 'A His short health time is very ago tide the tie. Then if necessary "thiJ dOl Stroup Fish Lake Ranch, Kl..lnimoe.17-4tc -6 Broadway
look after the Katz store 4
n Park shall be considered and as a
he wan taken to the hospital! in a very ,
that city. __ critical condition by Dr. T. M. Rivera last rcsoTt the 'team or individual SECOND' HAND GOODS, bought, sold
-, :
and repaired.The Casino. 44-tf
shall draw for the of first :
Great, reduction on all children'sta and a nurse, but his return was; entirely position
at "The Hat Shop' Mrs. J. D. different. He will remain InKisll'immc place. FOR BALE For Tt' nt. Furnished
Rooms and No Treapaa Cards, 1('
oodbeck. >e a few days before retarn-
cent each at The Gazette office.
ing to the hospital for additional 4tf
and H. F. Hartzell andr. ---
Mrs. treatment
I have moved wood) from
my yard FOR SAT.TC-Fine residence
Hartzell have -- propertyApply
and J. 11. reined -
their II OM E-M ADlJTcTNOYThe 516 Brack street! to 121 Main street, at the office of The Valley I :
Kinsimmee to
to Oaxrtte. Kl slmince. 8-tl
where I 11m still prepared to furnishmy
orne for the present and are stayingt the customers with 120 blocks
Ladies' Aid Society of veneer
FOR H ALB-600 acres Rood piiHtutr'
the Newby Christian church will sell home-made 15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch lund n_ St., Cloud. For qulok Bale

Our business is growing bigger and candy and other sweets at reasonable blocks, $2.00.! Split for stove-wood, }fi.00 per acreWrite S. l U. \Villinirm.Vauchula. l
\ .
Florida. 8-tf
etter every day in every way. prices Saturday afternoon and evening guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for

here's a reason, at McCAULEY'S. in front of Katz's store. $3.36: : ; 12-inch for $a.tGet/ your FOR SAI..K-Or Kent: A nice B-ror
winter's supply\ now. All delivered. collage. with lights, water and bath Call 'Phone
The Epworth League' of the Meth- CARD) OF THANKSWe Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12-tf oil easy payments; or will rent to it
small ("mil)'. Her the owner. J. J.
dist church will hold its regular de extend sincere -- Richards 403 Vim- Ktre-t. 17-tf
otional services Sunday night, April desire to our KJSSm.MKK BOYS WILL

at 7 o'clock. A cordial invitation thanks to the many friend for the ATTEND SHORT COURSES FOR RENT
shown _
extended to visitors. kindnesses and sympathy all t
during the illness, and after the deathof FOR RKNT-Office space at the TMxUKlectrlo -
beloved baby boy. County Agent Leo H. Wilson announces Shop. r:. V Porter. Telephone -
The leading life insurance companythe our
that he will be able to get: 68.
world-New York Life. Seem Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sallette.
scholarships for the short' course at
Lupfer agent. 14-tfc FOR RENT-4-room bungalow just off
the for at least' two of his
NEW BUSINESS FIRM university taxis lUtfhimy Inquire 17 ::\lalCnol.In -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Wilson of boys Pig Club members, and hopesto Htreet. 20-tf
Ran11 S. L. Hagcrman sold a half interestin be able to make the number larger. --
their -
artow with son,
in Kissimmee young Wednesday his market this week to .!. A. The Florida East Coast Railroad WANTED.IF .
brother and sister Mr.d Clough, and the business will be run takes care of the expenses of one boyin --
{siting their ,
TOU do kind of farininic In
hereafter under the firm name of each county In which its Lines operate any
Mrs. Leo H. "'I"rldlyou should rend The Farmer
!la and tlou h. and this gives: Osceola one by and HtoikmRii. which drain with citrus -
Saturday and Monday are "Special" The new firm will alsp operate a virtue of the East Coast's Whittierline. and truck farming live stock

aya at Miss Millinery Store. market at Orlando. The state also Rends one boy poultry: and dairying. Send for free
sample 2G for three
e's copy or cents
ntire new on display and from each county, and Mr. Wilson months. Yearly subscription $t.Oo; i
cial Inducements in prices on hat. SCOUT OFFICIALS hopes to be able to get the county to three years 200. Published twicea
THANK B. & P. W. C. send one also. The short courses will month. Address The Farmer and
Stockman :in. 10 N..nan Htrel
at Gainesville 28.
begin May
Mr. and' Mrs. Jos. Schneiler and We wish to express our appreciation Jacksonville. Florida. 12-tfc
and thanks the Business and
have been visting Mr. and Mrs. Professional Women's Club of Kiasimmee OF PLOW TRACTORS STUDIEDFuel
the Know"The
for the splendid People May
i. Tiller this 'week, on their return TO LOAN-On rood 1st mort-
conducted by them last Friday rair; city property 1'ostofHci" Box
ome from the east coast. and oil requirements for two- 31U 20-UK
night the proceeds from which were
and three-plow tractors corn
The best investment you can makes given to the Boy Scouts.In belt plow farms, when figured on the basisof IF YOU do any kind of farming In t
a New York Life Policy. Better behalf of the boys themselves covered other work done Florida yon should rend The Farmer Valley Gazette's desire ia to
acre or
han a savings account. See Sam and the Troop Committee we congratulate anti Stockman which deals with citrus print all the news all the! time, but
dar, are practically the same for and truck farming., live' stock ,
upfer. 14-tfc them on the success of the unless items are sent in by phone,
both to the investigations poultry and dalrylncr. Send for free
sizes, !
affair and thank them for their card letter cannot hope to -
again of the United States sample copy or 2fi cents for three or we cIt
Miss Annie Neime yer, daughter oflr. generous financial help. depart- months subscription.' $1.00; all. If yon knew of any item of
and Mrs. E. A. Neimeyer, of this M. B. Ayres Scoutmaster.A. ment cf; agriculture in costs of operating thrue ycaas.: Woo. Published twicea newa The Valley Gazette 'will be very
recently married at Winter T. French tractors. While the three- month. Address The Farmer and glad to print it.
was outfit with its Stockman No. 10 Newnan 8trrot.Jacksonville. !
plow more powerful
Haven, to Clarence E. Smith of that Chairman Troop Committee. Florida 11-tfc
city. Mrs. Smith's many Kissimmee motor requires a correspondinglygreater i, Club, Society, Lodge Church or

riends will wish her much happinessnd MORE CUKES HIT amount of fuel and oil than FOR !8.*!.>: School notes; people going away or
prosperity.Rev. TIlE HIGH MARKET the two-plow outfit when performing -- I coming back; Marriage, deaths or "
the same kind of work under identical FINE LITTLE FARM close In, wellImproved births, items concersJas visitors, s

M. B. Ayres, who was conned T ree more carloads of cucumbers, conditions, the larger amount of fuel terms., vrry cheap DellRhtful, and most favorable for- building operations real estate deals

to his room for three or four mixed with hampers of beans and And oil Is offset in the greater amountof I permanent home. Come let place us showyoti neighbor) moving ia ongoing out, snitIn ; j

daya was able to be out on Wednes- squash in some cases, rolled" from work done per day. fact anything that will make The ,
ay. He was scheduled to play the Kisfimmee this week.. Last week four Fer'the heavy operations, such as 18 ACRE FARM. 2 miles from city llmi Valley Gazette more interesting t* it* ,J

ead in the Legion's play Wednesday cars: were sent north and the week plowing and disking, the two-plow I i,30 It.ACRE: Improved LAKEFRONT: 11600 Or extra will rent line: readers. :''i

t was forced to give it previous three car loads. The cukes outfits require an. average of about 18 I Rood improvements, for rent. Share I t1{
rench taking on a double rote.The T'I are getting good price: now'the last gallons of fuel per' dayvand 4 quartsof I I crop or cash. Fine flowing\ well; all The Valley Gazettes "motto U: "So I'';
car reported upon having sold for six oil and the three-plow outfits about I In caltifalion.snv.ERAL the People May Know. aDd to that' ';

best Investment you can I dollars) for fanc.and four dollars, for 23 'gallons of fuel and 5 gallcns.of oil. both boxed TRACTS and round of timber some land.fee end we ask your co-operation. :j
New York Life Policy. Bettern choice. aref ul the 'll't'
s a By operation amounts some atumpace.
a savings account.. See Sam Interest,,.in trucking is steadily used on works where the tractor is I IIH ACRES on Dixie Highway; Improved 'Help' boost Kissimmee" ,

apter. 14-tfc II growing in Osceola-.count,. The most not loaded to be reduced for sale, 1 at% bargain miles ,from or limits us '

, hopeful outlook, hofeever, i* that of somewhat.' There are Instances, however BEAUTIFUL HOME-Close Infino; 1
John R. Conely, of Marianna, wa.a.J the new people who are planning to where an operator of the smaller I fruits; extra good property; $7900. ,
n Kissimmee Tuesday' and Wednesay tile their land. M. D. Casler expectsto outfit ha used as much a* 25 gallons Some terms.

visiting, big former townsmen, tile all of his truck farm: he can of fuel and.3 gallon 'of oil 0 trees,IS and acres 11 acres large young bearIna .- 'Jfj

f"8TI. Pledger and Davis, and look- this *nmmerj Earl Lupfer will tile day, which U as much or more than budded) trees, with a lot of nursery S. f!' ''i.
g1 'over the city a* a prospective loauon. ten"acre*; C. C. McCoskey i* clearing operator. on most three-plow tractor stock on place to extend trove. Come I S -SS' ..

.'? Mr. Conely is a graduate of two and a half more acres and hope vie. When an instance' of this : of let reasons ns show for you..a lllnaWB real. bargain. Beet. ay '

law school at Stetson Uaivenity tortile, and J. Z. Roberson i* clearing kind'ocean it .*.us1U11) the fault of HAVE stock: farms track, poultry r .1
expect to. open Jaw' offleea in his five acre 'near the Casler.: farm the operator in .not havjnjr1 the car-' and dairy lands and city homes, andgrove. .

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,' { was peculiar feeling was noticeable, due PAPERHANGING .MCORATING

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:, THE JUNIORSThe third or Pyramid, which
I Editor...,....-.--..-- .Fred Lnp er SENIOR CAMP is the smallest of the three, and the - - -- -
Assistant Editor":'..Alberta Bronsoa the suits three other Pyramids built as the
As last Friday was the day for Junior class, it quite me tiny

_Reporter_..__Ina Phay declamation contest preliminaries and The boys are good; the girls are sepulchres of relatives of the Pha
Ninth Grade ___ _
from raohs and then proceeded, on oar
Tenth Grade.;__ ...___Lucille Griffin as tho Seniors were exempt pretty; BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
be camels to the great
competing, they bundled up, canoe And ) they will always agony-creating
Grade___' Delia Ledbetter
g -- short south of tht
and everything and went up to Lake A class so nice and witty, Sphinx, a
+ Twelfth Grade___.:Catherine McKay
I' Music Dept.,___._Eleanor Overstreet Conway, to The swimming first; day canoeing Friday - English III is the Junior's craze, our Cheeps admiration the After work expressing reqe CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS

-- it has been the ,, or was being spent around camp enjoyingthe They learn their lessons, glory be! to create this seemingly useless monument BRldK STONE
many yearn has word of praise WOOD
Miss Leitner a
furnished the Victrola hearing its history. remarking ,
declamation music
custom in O. II. S. to have a by: '
/ of 23.
f' contest every year. The boy's or listening the plaintive notes of For her class at its lack of a nose, which; wt' STEEL, STUCCO

medal was first R. O. break the ukelele. There were six of them French I is where they make a hit, were told is credited to Napoleon, N.: F. BASS JACK BASS
ft After Mr. Meek, A. S. Nelson- pave! I by exact count. The water of Lake Oui our Mrs. Makinson loves to and noticing! in particular that th 322 Royal Street GIG Sproule Avenue
It four years and at the present time Conway was fine for swimming teachEach former surface upon which it is erect
if. J. L. Overstreet is giving the boy's I though the air was somewhat cpld.. day they'll learn a little bit; ed is some thirty feet lower than tin

[ medal. C. A. Carson gave the girl's That night supper was prepared This class of '23. surrounding present surface, we ---
'Mti medal until his death and since then around the camp fire Peggy and Gor- again mounted and arrived at Mena -
\: it has been given by G. T. Singeltary. don officiating as chief cooks with But Physic's what we all know well, House, tired and very dusty. On the .

f: Every pupil is required to take part numerous seniors as assistants. The We learn. the world was once amass route back to Cairo we stopped at J. T. ThC>> 'WT1apsC>> :Q''
exactly like the the Zoo of the most wonderful in
\ in the preliminary contest unless excused next day was spent one
by the principal and from first except that Jack introduced a Coach Cason loves to hear the bell, the world and spent u pleasant twc
f Jones to amuse That calls the Juniors to his class hours wandering through the gardens
among the participants in the preliminary new character-Tom Licensed funeral Director
r contest are chosen those/ the seniors. If you are courious to In Latin III, there's where we shine, looking at the many types of strange 5for end Chaptl
; who are to take part in the final .con know who Tom Jones was you mightask We learn of Caesar and Catalinc; animals all housed in the open air -
:4' test. i The final contest is held at Lewis O'Bryan. He might tell Miss Wyckoff keeps her class room It was night when we arrived back in -0"A Sincfri. Sympmlkflif ItAllfmlrw R..J.r.J
.. Commencement and adds much to our you what they had for supper, too. straight, Cairo and a refreshing night's JIll e;!p Stewart Avenue *
... exercises for The returned Saturday night the found to see further won-
Commencement everyone party And ne'er a move goesdown us eager
I takes such an interest in it. We and reported an enjoyable time-*o line. ders. Ki..immee High Grade Ambulance Service at Call

i' '., believe that these contests both preliminary i much that: they plan to go on another Our first trip the next morning was Office: 249 PHONES' Residence: II
and final have done much camp sometime in the near future. Miss Shockley loves to see her class to Memphis some twenty miles up
J, : for our school. We have won more Mr.\. and Mrs. II. N. Makinson chap- Of Juniors come to take their math; the Nile from Cairo, which we accomplished ..
*:' medals in the state contest than has eroned the party. We study angles! arcs, and planes by train and donkeys.The ------ '--"';
> any other school. Let every high By that you know that we have sights we saw there! were too the city, including the walls and and shows the work of master hands
1 school pupil resolve right now to FRESHMEN NOTES brains.Oh numerous to mention with the exception gates, the Tomb of Rock Moriah. Under this entire acropolis are u.
take a renewed interest in these con- history there's our Waterloo of the Pyramids RamesU Statue David's Tower several Mohammedan derground forts and storehouses,wiU
tests. We stand as a unit .when it The members of the Freshmen We never never can learn that; the Mastabas and the village of Mosques Solomon's Quarries Mount subterannean passages to the diff..
.' comes to any school activity. class have turned kidnappers, for last 'Bout all the kings and queens and Sakhara and the tombs at Budreshein. Zion, and the Gardens of Gethsemane, ent parts which were instituted 'bt"
Wednesday afternoon Miss Shockleywas dates We made a hasty visit and found wo went by motor car to the Mount the Romans. Also one sees the gnat
From the joyful faces of the high calmly sitting in her room when We are as blind as any bat. ourselves back in Cairo long before e,f Olives where we saw the Chapelof catapult shots hewn almost penccth
school students we conclude that suddenly the doors burst open and in dark which time, we utilized in mak- the Ascension, the village of Beth- round from the marble of the T...
something must have happened. We rushed the Freshmen. Without any Now you can see by these few lines, ing a trolly ride to Helouan and any and the Church of the I.I>rd's pie itself, which were used in the it
are correct in our surmise. The preliminary explanation they hurried her downstairs Just what a wonderful class we are: through Old Cairo or Babylon.The Prayer, and finding it too late to !go tuck by the Arabians. These Imp,..
declamation contest is over, into a waiting car, and off We think the other classes too next day included a t trip to to Jericho and the Dead Sea, wo returned live sights so inspired us that .i
", and the trembling contestants! have they all went to Lake Conway where Will rate us up, away 'bove par.J. Heliopolis, the Obelisk, the ancient to Jerusalem and left for Jaf voted to omit the trip to DamaiCM
retrained some of their usual compos-- each and everyone enjoyed the cold E. S. city of On, the Delta Barrage! through; fa before night. The next day was and remained a while longer to ,..
ure. This preliminary contest held! water and a fine supper. Then, re- ---- -- the Aiabian and Egyptian museumsof employed in exploring Jaffa, ,and a der over the herculean accomplish
for the purpose of choosing boys and membering that the next day was a TO THE WINDOh Cairo, and through the many great duor so later we sailed for Hey- menu of the builders of this ediaa
girls to compete for the declamation school day, they once more climbed mosquec-s of the city. On every handwe routh, Syria now under French con After re-traversing the scenic red
medals at Commencement was held Into the cars and hurried home. Everyone gentle wind a-swoeping. of to to Beyrouth there found
Egypt's appeal we
I saw proofs lilt
last Friday in the high school audi- declared that kidnapping was O'er mountain, glen, and plain.Do modern trol.At six of including
of un interesting
the adventurous proclivities Beyrouth, many nights, and left wits
torium. We wish to congratulatethose pleasant diversion.At I I you know nought of /sleepingOf man and were glad indeed to have one of our rxtemed officers arranged the impression' which has accompt.
who are to speak on the final last the Juniors have received hunger, or pain'IOh had the opportunity of visiting. this for an auto trip to Baalboe-k and Damascus nied us after each visit: that MM
contest and hope that they will their for invitations from
we long-looked
loft after daybreakthe have
toll mo, is it true that interesting country.On and soon more we seen something wortt
take enough interest in the work to the Fieshmen. This invitation invited ,,
back Alexandria next morning. Our led both seeing and
You haven't home our arrival to way studying over.
make this year the best we have ev- the Juniors to forget that they 1 1an' I any
had. Those selected to take =Nor" any place to hang your hat, n sight-soring tour of this city proved through Know-capped mountains andt'ntlrl'ly Our next port was Mersina, itrouthernTurkeyinAsia
er part I old and dignified for it bade themto
well worth while did also the Lebanon ,
across range and
i But always/ have to roam ? as a hence
in the declamation contest at the close i don rompers, I short dresses, and : imilar tI ip to Port Said by railway. the road winding .like! a snake for ov- found a situation similar to the OM.
of school are: Mae Winn, Theta Phay seeks, and take a moonlight boatrid ,I Oh toll me where you blow from. and when we left Alexandria, bound! ot !iortv mili-K' thousands of feet which 1 described! before in Samtom
Irene Spence Vivian Floyd, Eleanor to Paradise Island and there enjoy a 'I I That makes you ;dance that way; for JatT.i, we nil earned a sense ofl1tisf.t above the sea, which we could l see I Viand Trrbir.ond; the city was crowded
Overstreet, Madge Rivers, RobertBuckels swim in the cold water of Lake Toho- ,
From Fairy land you must como, i irn in having seen miny spread behind us and upon which our with, Greek and Armenian refugees
: | Raymond. Tynor, and Emer- pekaliga. Are the Juniors glad that You seem so very gay.You're things which we had always hope I ship appealed us a tiny bur of silver awaiting tiunnportation, and were ta
son Squires.It they have a chance to be children but possibly' never expected to nee. floating in the bay. Arriving on the 1 fear of loping deported back into UK
again ? We think no. I roaming in the pine trees, At Jaffa, large was otherjd" ,' of the wo found a inti'iior if
seems as though the Juniors have a party organ range they wore! not removed I...-
- - You'ro all the1 leaves.Yerr're
been wearing an extra smile on theirlong SOI'110MORE0'rEs; :' :, rustling ized for i. visit to Jerusalem We1 pre'Ht valley .several miles in width}, I' mediately.l.oiiving\ .
faces thin week in fact they are --- too, a gay smell, breeze, plaited cuily. having a caravan of and extending\ to the hoiipon; t t"> cu-h) I / Mersina, we next stopped)
. fairly radiating joy unconfined. But Although the Sophomore class is i I And l singing in the eaves.And eight motor curs, and 1 weir suiprised e'tr.-iiuly, and' abounding,. in ogta at Rhodes', on the island of the MBMnnme

> why shouldn't they, with preliminary mall ill quantity it makes un f'd': it now you're in the garden, to find that the entire "unite was t i"n.I U"I'C'" we saw: the ancient foun
declamation contest over and six Juniors in quality.I You !know the old saying ; Where dainty flowers grow, ( through, nothing but bleak hills, wit'i, After traversing the boil of this dations of the Colossus which has her
selected for the finals. Then on I that The mod valuable articles' come And no one's heart could harden i only occasional tiny villages on the I valley for over twenty miles wiar- boon a wonder of the world sad
Monday they received an invitationto in !small' packages": -well, that is the 'I As you dance to and fro. slopes. The nati'I'. {' dies-set, rived at I Huiilhotk, where first wo !saw' though little remain to prove its a.
a party to be given them by their i 'I I A. J. G. similarly to the Egyptians, with Ions the quarry in which is still lying half ixtemo still one may easily imttrin
sister class, the Freshmen. On with Ele-anor I -- ------ ---- .--- flowing gowns, and their huts mostlyof ( ompletod. an immense" stone pillar its past aspect of grandeur, standing
the good thing, l "With mirth and Initiation; Contest of the Osceola baked! mud brick or stone. After ...ixtyfifl'l't in length and fifteen as it did with ono foot on each cUt
laughter let old wrinkles come!" Go test and Eleanor Overstreet is one High School. Sophomores and Elea a three hour ride through the drivinj ".,n.iaic destined l for the Temple! of ''of the channel and of such great eta
to it, Juniors. 'of' the contestants for the Annual De- nors l seem to be syncnomous terms. wind which abounds among the1 '"proa* Baal: which i ij about a half-mile av.ay. )that u large ship might sail between
hills arrived Jerusalem and It is locorde-'J that three other of
wo in the logs A.f this stone giant: After
---- -- - - - ---- --- H after visiting .several interesting these! great; stones which we saw in ( J leaving Rhodes we steamed directly

LANESENDS ANOTHER worth more than a causal observation After returning! to Constantinoplewe 1 places prr.coe'dod on to Bethlehem, the Temple, wore transported overland to Constantinople, and arrived lies!
even by these least interested in underwent repairs and left about w leive went through the Churchof to the Temple and placed therein today eager for our three-weeks md
INTERESTING ,LETTER beauty. For the latter it most as- the middle of March for our long-an th- Nativity, seeing the spots their present positions by the an and pa}'dl& '. Having survived both
suredly contains, both in the singularand ticipated cruise through the southernand where Christ was born and the spot dent Syrians without any mechanical the next move on the program( ii I
,' Visits The Pyramids And Tombs Ofr. plural. eastern Mediterranean. We stopped where his manger rested. These are" device other than an application of boat for Constantinople so I feel that
Egypt And Flirts With Sphynx I I cannot go! into details of our visit en route at Smyrna, and our next in a ccJla'r or grotto beneath 'the the inclined plane. further words are useless
". In King Tufa Old Domain so can only say that the ancient ruins port was' Alexandria Egypt,* where Basilica From Bethlehem we obtained The Temple of Has!, now known ,as- LOYAL f.. LANE
r.; :" of the Acropolis, comprising: its multitude \\ ;, ',I i I >.'' -, 1..1'' Constantinople, Turkey, of ruined temples, theatres, to Cairo, During our three days ley and the Dead Sea; lying' some remodeled by Constantine. First or U. S. R, KANE No. 235
.Ji E Editor The .Gazette?,, April 1, 1923. stadiums, pillars statues and everything leave we saw many new sights; we four thousand feet below us and even Second honor of Jupiter, is an Immense Care P, }-, New: York.
, rr Klssimmee Florida. dear to- the heart of the archifologist were especially impressed by the na- a thousand feet below sea level. acropolis containing the ruinsof
Dear Sir,: Trusting that some few ; the tombs of Secrate, ven- ture and methods of agriculture in Returning to Jerusalem, our first ancient towers. halls, forts pulpits SHOWING: : PROPER RESPECT
of readers not regard croted by every philosopher, the typesof I the Nile" valley stretching: from Alexandra visit was the Pilgrimage, over the walls and pillars second only to -- -'
your may my to Cairo. this district Via IVilorosa Way of the Cm-s., the at and is At hal
letters as a waste of 1 am people met, and especially the perfect Throughout or Acropolis Athens counted one occasion agentleman
pleased to relate a few incidents space since < organization of Greek institutions the level of the land is such that We followed thin path past the thirteen an one of the seven wonders of the occasion to give his servant a ten (W-j
my letter from Athens in order, if of learning and the pricelesslollc'tions drainage/ can be effected by dammingthe stations, beginning at Ecce world. We were impressed deeply at Jar bill. "Now my man, how mud]
possible, to correct the presumably cf the many museums, all :Nile, and can he irrigated by opening \ Homo and ending at Golgotha and the immense size of the stones some money have I given you?"'
general impression; that life in the U. 'r ado a profound impression upon our to the corrtvt extent the immense Christ's tomb, in the Church of the weighing i over five hundred tons or I "A ten-dollar William sir." saW
S. Navy is a punishment.As I mind; one cannot help respecting dam known as the Delta Barrage Holy Sepulchre and found many other half as much as our ship which were the servant."A .
the most forceful argument 1" hoth, their aspirations toward educa- some few miles north of Cairo. interesting spots, such as the cave pore-hod on top of ;pillars( forty-five I ten-dollar William!" exclaimed!
I which could possibly be devised, 1 do tion, for which Greece has ever been The principle crops grown are clover, where the cross was found by St. lor fifty feet high. As a marvel of I the gentleman. I
not hesitate to state that famed 1. and their ancient tendency to sugar-cane rice, bananas and kale Helena and the Prison of Christ, in ,I[ structural engineering! it is even more I "Yl os. sir, said the servant; 'T"|
the keynote of both efficiencyand cooperation excel all ethers in the architecture of all growing in soil practically saturated the same great church. i iinpr"'ssi\e than the Pyramids; the not familiar enough with it to call Itl
contentment has reached and IS their magnificent! edifices and the with water from the networksof After making a complete tour of I curving of the stones is still intact BiIl"-Exchange.wai <

holding in the navy a level which is' monuments dedicated to awe-mrpir- irrigation canals and ditches and
the envy and the aspiration of man ', ing personages! and events. tilled in the most primitive methods.

as well as a worthy goal for all, s >- | Piraeus, the seaport of Athens, was Camels, oxen or water-buffalo and li
cial organizations depending for their crowded with ships of every nationality : donkeys draw plows made of a curv-
success upon amicable relations' ; many engaged in the merchant ed tree-limb, shod with a small iron -
among and mutual advantage of the r trade, while others were occupied in plate and the produce is hauled to 1.

,' t personnels. I cite my ship, officers I refugee work; hardly a day passed market in great baskets strapped
and crew, as being a unitary example without the arrival of one or more saddle-bag fashion to the backs of
i' of this mutual good-will ; it is repiesentative I I steamers, each carrying from a few camels or donkeys. The great valleyis

tl;, of every ship in the navy. hundred to several thousand refugees; level as far as the eye can see;
:: This is the one great attraction, to j most of these refugees were embarked throughout the ride which covers
'IJ a seldom encountered in the business at either Samsoun, Constantinopleor one hundred and thirty miles thereis
; world of civilian life today whic1 Mersina, the ports of exit for the hardly a hill. the
holds the hearts of those in it and Sinob Ismid and Konia districts respectively Arriving in Cairo our first goal was greatest
t forms the most dearly cherished and were invariably in impoverished the Pyramids, of course and a No. 4
memories of those who have known condition and dilapidatedattire.
trolley carried us there in one hour
j rs it. The toils and hardships, in the j'I' at a fare of one plaster or five cents. month in Will *
eyes of many, are numerous; but they | Leaving Piraeus we had a wild The route lies along the banks of the
j. are repaid with ample interest by the stormy three days voyage to the portof Nile for several miles after crossing
pleasures and instructive opportunities. \ -) Brindixi Italy where again we at the Kasr-el-Nil bridge, and is both / S 4.
But greatest of all things found entirely different types and interesting! and instructive as it pas i
which a navy man gleans from his customs, as well as a delightful small ses over Gezira Island passes near
:,.' service is his self-found knowledgethat I city. Our duties here being( discharged Roda Island and throughout practi-
!... he .can do things and that. thereis we had a smooth and pleasant cally all the ride the three immense
is a real purpose in life; granting the : cruise back to the Piraeus stopping Pyramids of Giza stand prominentlyup
rt usual number of apathetic exceptions !Ten route at Corfu a small Greek Island from the horizon. After passing 1
this experience and knowledge becomes in the Adriatic, at Patras, in the the Giza Zoological gardens, five
more and} more valuable as the Gulf of the same name, at Cornith, miles from Cairo the Pyramids appear of 19ZJ were yearly JM
years pass on and the majority of near the entrance of the famous Cor- to be very close and every instant -
former navy men can testify that inthian Canal I. and then traveling that the visitor believes he has arrived -
between their service marked the dividing line waterway which cut over two hun- at their base, though ,there are time* at great at the tame
a narrow outlook on Life dred miles from our usual route. This several miles yet to be traversed.
and a new one which was interesting canal is a marvel of engineering Arriving at last at Giza station near period I "
and lattyear 7
productive. though it was built in the days of the famous Mena House, he has
... But this is meant for an open letter Caesar by manual labor and was a reached his destination. A short cam-
l not a recruiting advertisement very interesting diversion to us after el ride from there brought us to the .
't and I would -like to mention some our usual cruising! in the open. Arriving base of the first or Cheops Pyramid;
r more of the historical and interestingscenes in the Piraeus we remained a few hundred yards to the west we tale tell
which we have visited and there several more days, then pro- dismounted at the Chefren Pyramid f
seen while engaged( in our duties in ceeded to Smyrna which we found in and after gazing at its immense

'. the Near East. correct improving! conditions due to the re- height which is, over 477 feet, we
I wish to my state- turn of many of the Greeks who had descended through the treacherous, I
ment, based on my first information' evacuated; there did not seem to be slippery entrance passage, and, after J ,
a rather misleading native, as much opposition to this rehabitation crawling through a hole less than a -
to the distance from The Piraeus 16 and though few buildings were being foot high, we reached the exact cen- IS
Athens; this distance is but five rebuilt or improved the city wears a ter below earth level, of the Pyramid. r
miles, and we found the electric rail- less terrifying aspect than it did a Here
we were pointed out the i
road both modern
( and
\ .. Athens itself convenient. few months! ago. stone sarcophagus, now empty, of i ,
we found to be a great Arriving at. Constantinople a few Pharaoh Chefren and other
,' relics, ,
and thriving city aa probably many days later, and renewing our supplies, Including the small hole scooped in ;"4__ .- !
s ? Of your readers can testify adorned we proceeded to Odessa, Russia, our the rock wall where' the guide declared 1 ; ,
}W with many splendid buildings, parks, second trip to this port. Here I .am the kings crown and jewels were j
r streets and institutions, the refugee forced to leave the reader to his own recently discovered. After arriving i#
I'r element with their rude huts of imagination arrived in Constantza in
; we
daylight again climbed
we to the
rough lumber erected LUPFER "
detracted indiscriminately Roumanla a day or so later, top. This was real work as each & PRATHER GARAGE 1
; slightly the harmony where we found a prosperous and stone step Is about breast-high and ,
of the city a beauty. Of ,
course hospitable large city where were requires the aid of two .
.the ;rtrtdee/one
world-famed and'eYe
q, : r I will be,, the goal Acropolis of all visitors is, to'' welcomed beat of friends by the and inhabitants our three-day as the ;to required push about and one half to'an pun.hour Ti t task the DRIVE AN OVERLAND AND REALIZE THE ,DIFFERENCED:

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Legal ;i Judicial Circuit of the Btate of Florida. to a Final Decree entered. on the cash I. b.,,/. to the highest and be.bidder ea.nt to a Final Decree entered on the ,.
In and for Osceola County. Charles ISth day of April A. D. 1 SS7 In the the following tract of land sit llth day of April A. D. IMS. In the H. W. Buttorf U in receipt of re-
plaintiff Oaceola Cattle Circuit Court of Oscsola County Florid ....t. Circuit Court Osoeola Flor-
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the State Bank of I ..Imm... .n: case by the said plaintiff against the' A. D. ItSI. during the legal hour ol NOTICB or .AL& A. 6. IMI.. during 'the legal hours ol, follows: "These are fine Burpee

Ivent Florida Banking' Corporatlornplalnant. said defendants. entered on the 14tl sale at the front door of the Courthouse sale, at the front door of the CourtHouse strine-IesB, the beet, w. so far everrot
vs. A. F. Bass. and Ads day of November A; D. U11 In the In Klsslmmee, Osoeola County, NOTICE I. hereby given ,that In Klsslmraee, Osoeola County from Florida.
I. his wife. Respondents. Koreclos sun of ll.lSS.17. as shown in FlnaJudgment Florid I will sell at public outcry for tn Decree entered pursuant the Florida, I will sell at public outcry for 'They are) equal to
of Mortgage. Nolle of )Master Docket No. 1. page 11*. and cash In hand to the highest and test llth day f'I1 April. A.. D. 1913 on cash In hand, to the highest. and Lest Texas fancy. .
I.. Notice !I. hereby given by the un under and by vlrute of the Writ ot bidder the following tract of land situate Circuit Court of Osceola County Flor' bldderl the following tract of'land alt-

-signed a. Special Master herctofor Execution lasued on said jUdgment ,In ,Klsslmmee,' Oaceola County,, Ida, In Chancery. Docket No. U*l. In.- In Klsslmraee. Osceol.x County, JOHN W. HODNETT SOLVED
I..t.d In aald cause to carry out dated the 1st of U. Florida via: Florida vii:
day September A. ,
the suit of > of Klsslmmee '
terms of the Ansi decree herein 110. the undersigned as Sheriff of Os. All Blocks C A b'of, Mathews Municipal' Jowl Corporation Complainant City. a All B of A. C. U Ry. In Block 1$ INTRICATE CHECKER PUZZLE
on the tth day of April. A. rIII ). ceola County. Florida. has heretoforelevied Addition. All 'Ross-Addition.. .
that pursuant-to the terms of sail upon and will. on the Rule Day 1 Q. P. GARRETT of parties hereinafter Interested described In. Respond the tract o. P: GARRETT DeLtsle Hagadorn offered handsome

al decree, I shall unless paym.nt a Iad .. In May, A. D. IMS. same'' being the 7tl Tt-2t Special' Master ents. that on the Tth day of May l -lt Special Master book as a price to 'the per.OIIeolvlng
vided for In said ttnal decree
day of May A. U. 1 SS between thlegal I
for <, A. D. 1931. during the legal hour. olsale certain Intricate in
prior to the Hairs Day offer a problem
hours of sale In front of the BALK. at the MOTICBOFBAI.B.KOTICB .
front door of the Court
lie and sell In front of the Court checkers. The book
: was won by John
Court House door InKlsslmmee.. Osce '' Klsslmmee Osoeola
louse Door. Klsslmmee A.Oseoola D. CounV -. ola County. Florida, offer for sale and NOTICE! Is. h-; given that pursuant Siu2f ?I will: MU at,public outcry County, for, I. hereby given that pursuant W. Hodnett. invalid son of Rev. R. F.
Florida. on May 7th. sell to the highest and best bidder for to a Final Decree entered on the cash in hand ** the highest and best to. a Final Decree entered on the Hodnett. The solution in today's
sale the
een the legal hours of to 11th day of A. D. 192. In the appears
April. .
.rash, the Interest of the said ArthuiH. bidder, the following tract of land eltPlorlda 11th day of April. A. D. IMI. In the
"ghest and best bidder for cash there Donegan In the following described Circuit Court of Osceola County Flor uate in Osctola Circuit Court of Osoeola Couaty, FlorIda Sun. ,
pr, the Interests rf the Respondentsame property. located In Osceola County, ida. In No. 1S8. In cl.MtmnlM' County I I In Chancery, Docket No. 1400. In Mr. Hagadorn was delighted that

of existed mortgage on the date foreclosed of the extlon In Florida. VU: the suit of Town of Klaslmmee City a I t0!" *..4 A sot J- H. WoodalVa ,the suit of Town of Klaslmmee City a the invalid won and has already delivered
Lot S4 of Cape Breeze Addition to Municipal Corporation Complainant Sub riv Municipal Corporation. Complainant
I of Lot 51 F. U I Co's Add.
.Id cau..b to-wit: the I4th day of Klaalmmee City, Osceola County vs. All parties Interested In, the tract 11 O. P. OARRBTT. va. All parties Interested In the tractof the price: to himClearwaterSun. -
arch 1.10. or as same has aoued Florida. of land hereinafterdeacribed, Respondents I *--".. Special Master. I land hereinafter described. Respondents .
thereafter, In the following. de Also: The 8H of the H* of the that on the 7th day of May, : that on the 7th day of Ma' -
ribed property located In Oiceoli NW(4 of the 8W''' of Section 14Township I A. D. 1923. during thTegal hours ol A. D. 111. during the legal- hem-sol 8ublcrl for The Valley Gazette.
aunty. Florida.. to-wit: Bait Half oft S6 S. R. S i E. sale, at the front door of the Court I NOTICE OF1 HAIR. sale., at the front door of the CourtHouse
r Four and Lot Five less the North I House. In Klsslmmee, Osceola County. .
Also: The NW14 *f the SW% of In Klsslmmse, Osceola County
|ght feet. of. Hectlon twenty-one. Town Section *1. Township. S. R. X> K. Florida, I will sell st public outcry, for i' NOTICE to I Is hereby. given that pursuant Florida. I will sell at public outcry, tar Everybody Worked But father"Father's
,Ip Twenty-flve South of Range Thlr Also: The JSH of the NW% of cash In hand, to the highest and best "" dav a Final Decree entered on the cash In hand to the highest and .Iblddetl
-one Bast, according to correct mapNarcoo. Section 27. the following tract of land sit > of April A. D. 1913. In the
Township SS 8. R 81 B. blelderl the following tract of land alt-
...* filed In the Office of the. Also: The NWK of the NE' of n. Klsslmmee, ,).ceol County ', Circuit Court of Osceola Count Florida In Klsslmmee, Osceola County -;
In Chancery Docket No. ltotrouble seemedto
ark of Circuit CourtofOsceOlaCOun Florida, vi.: 1JH4. In
Section Township *5. 8. R. U E. Florida via:
State of Florida. AIXO: all that Also: The SW% of the- NE14 of Lot I of Block A of Robert Bass' Municipal the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City a trf>is 1 to 10 Inc. of Block 8 of be getting worse all the time and

ck of cattle now ranging In Osceoli. Section U. Township SS. 8. R. 29 E. Add. vs. All "parties Corporation interested Complainant N. F. fleas ;Ri.. Sub Dlv Blocks 1, finally he had to quit work altogether.
In the In. the
unty and adjoining Counties Also: Lots II and .7 of Plnedale. Q. P. aARRBTT. of land hereinafter tract 2 5 6> '' 8. *' 10> 14 A 1B of RossAdL Two brothers and myself
Mowing marks and brand., to-wit: '' being a subdivision of Section 29, It-It Special Master. described Respond- gave up
slope bit In each ear eflts. that' the of May school and went to work to
nder upper .n : support
Township SS 8. R. S 5 E. hle":1 Q. P. QARRBTT
randed J. X. The terms of the sal< All of the above described propert NOTICE OF BALE. A. D. 1911. during tha : hourssale ol I.-It Special Master the family. Father had lost sixty
.t the front door of the Court
be cash with the requirement oayment
In cash or deposit ai In my: being Ida situate In Osceola County. Klor NOTICE I. hereby given that pursuant House In Klsslmmee, Osceola County undl"ln weight and was yellow.

llacretlon seems best at the time of This the (th day of April. A. D. 1 U.. to a Final Decree entered on the Florida I will ::1cr\ : ; outcry for NOTICK OF SALS.NOTICE saffron and no medicine helped hi....
e making of bid. This the 8th day L. R. FARMER; Itth day of April. A. D. I,... In the cash In hand and best Telling a friend about it six month.
April. A. D. mi. Circuit Court of Osceola County FlorIda bldd.ri the following tract of land alt- berebygiven that pursuant :-
As Sheriff of Osceola County Florida. In she advised Wonderful
to Final Decree entered the taking Mayrs
a on ago
JOHN & CADKU: In Chancery Docket No. UK7. In Klsslmmee. OsceolA County. ,
A. Special Master In said Cause. 17-t the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City a Florida via: llth day of April. A. D. IMS. In the Remedy. I got- a bottle and it '
HNSTON OARRKTT.Dunsel I Municipal Corporation. Complainant Lots 1 to 10 Inc. of Block 7 of Circuit Court of Osceola County Flor. helped father at once. He was ableto
In the Circuit Court for the Seventeen N. F. Bass Ida In Chancery Docket No. 1401 In
for Complainant. 17-4 vs. All parties Interested In. the tract Re Sub of Blk 1, 1. 5.
Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida I of land hereinafter described Respondents I. T. I. 5. 10, 14 A II of Rosa Add. the suit of Town ef Klsslmmee City a go back to work a month later,

lOTICB" OP APPLICATION FOR .1MB.ClAlj In and for Oaceola County. James HDepler. that on the 7th day of May O. P. OARRETT. Municipal Corporation. Complainant has regained his weight and strength
ACT HATIFYINO CHAMTKVAMHNI PI.lntllr."IIII.m O. K.nI I A. D. ItSS. during the legal hours of I 1-lt Special Master.NOTICB vs. All parties Interested In. the tractof I and eats like a wood chopper." It Is
>MICNTS TO TUB (;IIAHTICRop. ney. efendanl. Damages 111>00.00. Notice ,' sale at the front door of the CourtHouse land hereinafter descrIbed Respondents a simple harmless preparation that
r of Institution of Suit and Sum. I that of May
County. Of SALIO. 4".rl.h hle"w
I : ; 01 the from the intestinal
mons to Appear. The State of Florida Florida I will sell at outcry for A. D. IMI. the hours i mucus
_____ to William Q. Kenhey No. *00 American cash In hand, to the highest and best NOTICE Is hereby. given that pur- sale, at the front door of the CourtHouse tract and allays the inflammationwhich

ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: State Bank Building. LansingMichigan the following tract of land .It- KK1'0 Final Decree entered on th: In Klsslmmee, Osoeola County causes practically all stomach
that the City and to all whom It may con. bldd.rl In Florida. I will sell at public outcry for I
Voflce I. hereby riven Klsslmmee, Osoeola County. day of April. A. D. Itll. < liver and intestinal ailments" including .
ommissioners of the City of Ki...tm5C. cern: Notice Is hereby given that a suit Florida vii: Circuit Court of Oaceola County. Flo"- fash In hand to the highest and best :
will apply to the Legislature ot by attachment was Instituted In the Lot 4 of Block 0 of R. H. P. ida In Chancery Docket No. II.S. In bidder, the following tract of land situate appendicitis. One dose will convince -
e State of Florida at Its session to above entitled court. said cause being Drought's Addition. the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City. In Ktaslmmee, Osr-olo.!' County or money refunded. 3. Z. Rob-\
held In the of A. D. IMS. for entitled as above set forth. The suit Q. P. GARRETT Municipal Corporation. Florida. vi.:
year Complainantvs orson and druggists.
Lots 1 to II Inc. of Block II of everywhere
embraces the Interest of the said Wll All
>clal or local act ratifyingapprov It-It Special Master. parties Interested In. the tract
adopting and confirming the Char- Ham o. Kenney In Lot S of Block SIaccording "" of land hereinafter described N. F. Bass R* Bub. of Blocks 1. S, ------- ---.
er us;.Amendments voted on by the cltl- to the Plat of the subdivision NOTICB or 8ALK. t that 7h day Respondt of >May> 5. fi, 7, I, '. 10, 14 A 15 of Ross Add.

_ens of the Town of Klaalmmee City.t of Klsatmmee Park Osceola Count A. D. IMI. 4"urlh; the legal hours ol# Q. P. QARRKTT.
the election held In said City on the Florida and recorded among the NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant sale at the front door of the Court l -t Special Master.
ilxtesnth day of December. A. records of Oaceola County, Florida. In to a Final Deere entered on the House In Klsslmmee Osceola County.
mending the Charter of ;'I-..pwli Plat Book I at page 41; and also the ISth day of April. A. D. 1525. In the FlorId I will sell at public outcry, for MOT1CB OF BISECTION:
Klsalmme>e City and In and by tb.rre following personal property vis: 1 I Circuit Court of Osceola County, Florida cash hand, to the highest and best ,
special bill will provide thai work horses and harness; 1 S-hors In Chancery. Docket No. 1S8S In bldd.r., the following tract of land sit. Notice Is hereby given that an election -
: : : as recorded In the wagon;\ 1 mowing machine; 1 hay I.ak""J: the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City a .h1 Klsslmmee. Osceola County, will be held In Special Tax School I
>fnce of the Clerk of Circuit Court of I I plow; 1 harrow and 1 lot of Municipal Corporation Complainant FlorIda vis: District No. 4. otherwise known as the
the County of Oaceola and State ollorida farm Implements located on the North ... All parties Interested In, the tract Beg. 10*' N. of SW Cor of Blk. H Klsalramee School District on the list
pursuant to the. provisions olQ. west quarter of the Northeast quarterand of land hereinafter described. Respondents Run N. 41...'. E. 71'; S 41...'. W. day of May. A. D. IMI. at the Wlllson
t. 8. un. shall be taken and ac- the East half of the Northeast that on the 7th day of May, 7C' of \V. A. Patrick' Add. Building to determine who shall serve STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE
Icepted as the amendment so adoptednd quarter of the Northwest quarter of A. D. 1523. during the legal hours ol "-I* Special Maater. as school trustees of saId district for
In and by said special bill will Section twenty-five. Township twenty .sale at the front door of the CourtHouse the two years next after the election li noosmlsed as th=dA==:..
further provide that all the proceed- six South Range IS East of Tallahassee In Klselmmee. Osceola County. NOTICE OK BALK. and to Hz the number of mills of district for Cockroaches, ..
liner" with reference to the adoption of Meridian. Osceola County. Florida. Florida I will sell at public outcry, for school tax to be levied and collected JIJGe.oD"
aid charter amendmentsshall lie and You are hereby commanded to be and cash In hand to the highest and best NOTICE I. hereby given. that annually for the Bald two years. wast time trrlns t* km these psslf
are validated, approved and confirmed appear In the above entitled cause on bidder the following tract of land sitUate a Decree entered pur-the The following persons are hereby with powden. liquids or any xperiaMotalpn
This the ISth day of March. A. D the 2nd day of July. A. D. 1521. Witness In Klsslmmee. Osceola County.. "S1.0 J day of 5"1"1 April. A. D. IMI. on In the appointed to serve as Inspectors and para tl ana
un. the Honorable C. O. Andrews .. Florida, vis: Circuit Court of Osceola County. Flor clerk at said election: Ready for UfMr-Bartte than Trap
A. R. OIl ERT. Judge of the above Court and my name Lot I S. of A. C I... Block
Ida In Docket H. N. Bratton. J. McPhatter B. Q.
Itrd.ot Chancery No. In
1..7. roi. box.S5o Ifros. .... $ua
aa Clerk thereof this the Ith of
II. M. KATZ. on day 1 of W. A. Patrick's the suit of Town of Klaslmmee Vans Agnew Inspectors; S. U Lup-
City. a
O.V PERSONS.IIIA.TICR' April. A. D. 1.13 J. L. Overstrevt.Clerk O. P. OARRBTT Municipal Corporation. Complainant fer. Jn. clerk. OLD IVI3YWHRI

34-it of the above Court. l'-2t Special Muster. "vs. All parties Interested In. the tract By order Board of Public Instruc
Circuit Court Seal) of land hereinafter. described. Respond- tion. Osceola County. Florida, April S. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONIn
1104..LICUnd..r Johnston A Uarrett. NOTICE OF BALK.' '
ants that on the 7th day of May.A. A. D. 1923. 'It
Counsel for Complainant 20-101 D. IMS. during the legal hours of Attest: H. M. KATZ. Chairman.C. the County Judg. Court. Osoeola
and by virtue of a decree of NOTICE Is hereby given that pur- sale. at the front door of the Courthouse E. YOWEL.L Co. 8upt. and Sec. County State of Florida. In Re: Estate -
(foreclosure and sale rendered and entered .. flrmlt ('..rt. State of Klerida. stunt to a Final Decree entered on: th-3 In Klsslmmee. Osceola County. l'-6tNOTICK. of Johnnie Roberta lironson, a '4'

on July ISth. un. by the Hon. "....<.*. [Charles O. Andrews. Jurtitc- of the Circuit (.....,. !. ( ......r,.. Circuit Court of Osceola County. Florida cash In hand, to the highest and best Notice Is hereby given to all whom
Court In and for Oaceola County. Charles II. Orantham. Complainant. In Chancery Docket No. 1189 In bidder, the following. tract of land situate It may concern that I. Mary D. Bron-
In certain the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City. a lon, as Ouardlaa of Johnnie Roberta
{Florida. In Chancery. a vs In Klsslmmee, Osceola County, NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed
wherein Municipal Corporation Complainant Jronson. a Minor, will on the llth day
{cause In said Court pending Ola B. Qrantham. Defendant Florida vis: bid. will be received by the Board of .
John Wilson Edwin R. Wilson and O.I It appearing by affidavit appendedto va. All parties Interested In. the tract Lots 2. 3. I 5> A: 6 of Block A of County Commissioners of Osceola County ot May A. D. 1111, apply to the Honorable -
A. ....mmoD. as Executors of the last the bill flied In the above-atated of land hereinafter described Respondents Robert Bass Add. up to ten A. M. Monday May 7th T. I.. Corner Judge of the Countyludge's
I will and testament of Thom"VII.on.. cause that Ola B. Orantham. the defendant that on the 7th day of May. O. P. IMS. for Installation of water systemon Court. In Klaslmme .In. said
{ deceased were complainants and Arthur > therein named Is a nonresident A. 1>. lass during the legal hours of ..- Master. the North side of the Court Housesquare. bounty, at Tan O'clock A. M., or a*
I 3l). I>onelran. Pat Johnston. KlsslmItnee of the State of "Florida and I. a sale, at the front door of the CourtHouse _gpeclal soon thereafter as the matter can be
Cattle Company, lus Noyes and resident of Douglas. Ueorgla. that she In Klsslmmee, Osceol. County. NOTICK OF SALE. Specifications can be obtained from ,' heard, for authority to sell at private
I William 8. Potter were defendants the I. over the age of twenty-one years: Florida. I will: sell at r: c.J'ber.nthcf ; for the Clerk of the Circuit Court. I', sale the undivided one-sixth Interest M
will offer for sale and sell rash In hand, to the of Johnnie Roberta Bronson. .
I undersigned It Is therefore ordered that the said NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant B. E. D. Overstrset Chairman.
[to the highest and best bidder for cash non-resident defendant be and she Is : .:: :: tract of land situate to a Final Decree entered on the Attest: J. U. Overstreet. Clerk. 19-lt the following described real estate Hfrr
I In front of the Court House door In hereby. required to appear to the bill . Osceola County 11th day of April. A. D. 1022 In the In said County to-wlt:
I Klsslmmeo Florida. between the legalt of complaint filed In said cause on or Florida via: Circuit Court of Osceola Flor- All of Fractional Southeast Quarter -
hours of sale on the 7th day of May before Monday, the 4th day of June A. Lots 1 4 of Block 4 of S. Fla. Ida. In Chancery, Docket count"i 18; In NOTICE OF SPECIAL LEGISLATION (SKit) of-Sectlon Thirty-three
1111.' the following described real ee- D-.J.I11I otherwise the allegations of R R. Co's Survey. the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City, a (II), and Fractional Section Thirtyfour .
t.t.tuat.. In said Osceola County, aid bill will b* taken as confessed by .. 0. P. OARRBTT.l Municipal Corporation. Complainant, Notice Is hereby given that we will (U) In Township Twenty.six .
(Florida. to-wlti- aid defendant. l Special Master. '". AI' Parties. Interested In the tractof apply. at the next session of the BtateLegislature (It) South. Hang Twenty-nine
| All of Sections eighteen (II). twenty It Is further 'ordered that this order land hereinafter descrIbe4. Respondrnts. convening In April IllS (U) Bast. 1
CIO, twenty-two 411), twent.el..htUI b. published one a week for Four NOTICE OHgALJB.. that on the 7th day of May for a law authorizing the City of Kls. Also All of Fractional Section
] < ) and thirty. (SO)' all of section consecutive weeks- In the Klsslmmee A. D. IMI. during the legal hours of,. slmmee to Issue bonds for the pur. Three (S) and all of Hectlon Four
[thirty-two (II) except the Northwest. Valley Oasette. a newspaper published NOTICE: Is hereby given that pur'luant sale at the front door of the CourtHouse poses as mentioned In Section 1.01 (4),- except the South half (HU) of
(quarter of the Southeast quarter oflaald in said County and State. to a Final Decree entered on the In Klsslmmee Osceola County. General Statutes,. to an amount not exceeding the Southwest quarter (BWH). of
section: and all of section thirty- This ISth day of April 1I2S. 12th day of April. A. D. IMS. In the Florida I will sell at public t for fifteen per cent of the assessed Township Twenty-seven (In Noiatb.. .
tour (14).-all being In Township SISouth. 3. L. OVERSTREET. Circuit Court of Osceola County, Flor- cash In hand to the highest and"bbldd.rl value of all real and personal proper Rang Twenty-nine (It) Jllaat.
[ Rang SI Kast. Clerk. Circuit Court. Ida. In Chancery Docket No. ISto In the following tract of land alt- ty within the City of Klsslmmee.. A Which application will be baaed upon
JOHN 8. CADBU (Circuit Court Seal.) he: suit of Town of Klsslmmee City. a n Klsslmmee. Oaceola County copy of said proposed law can be seen the PetitIon for sale now on ale In said

IT-tt Special Master In Chancery. L. W. NELSON. Municipal Corporation Complainant Florida. vis: C at the offices of Messrs. Krlbbs ;*nrt.Dated.
Solicitor for Complainant. 20ltNOTICB ra. All parties Interested d..crlbed In the tract. LU 1. 4. t. S at 0 of Block It of ateed. City Attorneys.A. 'I this 10th day of April. X D.
ORDER orFVfjiacATioN 0' land hereinafter Respondents N. F. Baas Re Sub of Block 1. a GILBERT UII.
that on the of MayA 1> T. M. HANflKLL. Mayor Pro T.m.1 MART D. BRONBON.CRIBB8 ..
Or ADMINIBTBATHIX le"w"a' 01sale S. 7. 5. I, 10. 14 15 of Ross Add.
FOB D. 1 2S. during the hour ft STEED. Ouardiaa.lolloltera .
In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth O. P. GARRETT President Pro Tern of Clt y Council.ItIt. '
FINAL CIBCHAMOig at the front door of the Court for Guardian. ll-lt
I Judicial Circuit of the Btate of Florida ll-tt Special Maater.
Hou... In Klsalmraee, Ocola County ,I '
t In and for Osceola County. In Chanleery. .. th* rr" at Craaty *.**.. State ofinevtd Florida. I will sell at nubile outcry for rkt
O. F. Krlbba Complainant vs. *. -.... c..t,.. I cash In hand to the highest and beat --,- ----------- -----

[James B. Depler. et ale Respondents. bidder, the following. tract of land situate -
I Foreclosure of Mortgage. Cancellationand In the Estate of E. D. Malloy. deceased. la Klsslmmee. Osceola County.
( ether Relief. Order of Publication. NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN to all Florida via: "
TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: James whom It may concern that on the 21th Lots 41 to 45 Inc. of Lesley's Ad- ,-,
III. Depler and Fannie R Depler his lay. of May. A. D. ItSS. I shall apply dition.
(wife. Lewlstown. Illinois: Frank Van 'to the Henorable T. 1. Comer. Judge O. P. GARRETT.
I Horn and Blanche Van Horn, his wife >f said Court. as Judge of Probate, for l.-2t Special Master. 1 WE -
( Lansing Michigan: Henry R. Bdgar my final discharge as Administratrixat
[ and his wife. Mrs. Henry R. Edgar. If estate of K. D. Malloy deceased, rIIGoo5A
I he be married. SIS Hagley Avenue. DeEtrott. Jht.h at the same time { will pre-. NOTICE OF HALH. _

' Michigan: You are herebycom lent my final accounts as Admlnlstrarlx Uniformly 11 II The Beat
NOTICE I. hereby given that pursuant -
Imanded to In the above entltl-
appear of aald estate and ask for their .
Ee>d cause on the 7th day of May, A. !>. approval. to a Final Decree entered on the
ISth day of April. A. D. 1923. In the .
112.. 'the Honorable C. O
Dated March Undo A. D. 192*
[Andrews. as Judge of the above court. OUIDA :MAL.LOT McKEE. Circuit Court of OceanIa County FlorIda g'j'

(land seal my of said name Court as Clerk at Klsslmme thereof. and. Osce-the I 15-_ Administratrix.Notice he, suit In Chancery of Town, of Docket Klsslmmee No. .1381.City.In a I I _____________________ .

fola County. Florida on this the 4th day Municipal Corporation Complainant. .. '
Is hereby given that the undersigned -
tof 1 SS. vs. All parties In. the tractof
April. A. IX
will to the Honorable C.
s apply land hereinafterdeacrlbed. Respondents -
(Circuit Court J. I.. Overstreet.
O. Andrews. Judge of the 17th Judicial that on the of May,
Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. of State of Florida the 21st ) tI.ledga? ofSANITARY Distribution
Osceola County Florida. Circuit on A. 1923. during hours An Unequalled
day of April. A. D. 1923. for Letters
\". ;J. Steed
Patent Incorporating Klsslmmee Athletic ----
Counsel for Complainant. _. 17ftor
Association a corporation organ-
NOTICE SPECIAL' LEGISLATIONNotice lied not for profit. The general business S. 17 While gratifying to the organization, and to the growers it
to be transacted by said. Association -
that I will shall be to provide athletic fields serves the success of the American Fruit Growers Inc. in obtaining -
I. givn
hereby State and foster and encourage outdoor ath should not be emphasized unduly:
apply at the next session of the letics. top-of-the-market prices
legislature convening In April. 1 U. '
for the passage of a law requiring a D. KATZ -

license of 116.00 to be obtained OsceolaI by all J. WADR TUCKBR.f List In those markets where prices are definitely 'recorded and
f parties fishing In the Lakes of Ii j]

I County and In any Florida.other with manner any other than by device ordinary BAM. T.L.FRENCH.LUPFKR. JR.15St DAInY CO's '. printed the higher average prices daily paid for Florida citrus

I hook and IIn.; declaring the > MILK frlcE CREArI .. fruits sold by the A. F. G. are clearly established. i
I months of July. August and September
f .. a closed ... for commercial flsh- NOTICK TO CltKDITORS "
I lag In the .01 lakes. Requiring all tabulate the results not
!. of the ... OaeeolaCe Those who wish' comparisons may ,
I parties prior to the use of any fishing Cevrt Cnmmly "' '1j .
I equipment for commercial purposes to. .a.,.. State' of Klerlea. comparing A. F. G. prices with those for aU.other fruit which
I present the same to the Sheriff of O.
I ceola County, for Inspection and a In re Estate: of W. C. Bass. Deceased must include much that is inferior ; but with those obtained for

permit to b* obtained from such offl- To all Creditors, Legatees. Distributees The results of such com
cer; and providing for the confiscation and all Persons having Claims or fruit from any other single source. :

1 and destruction of all such fishing Demands against said Estate: significant. ,
pnrisons are
equipment that may b* used In the You. and each of you, are hereby !
said lakes without such license. Inspection notified and required to present any ,
obtained. A claims and demands which you. or
and permit
copy of said proposed act may be seen either of you. may have against the IT However, distribution is to be considered even above the mat-
at my office In the State Bank Building estate of W. C. Bass, deceased late of Distribution is the all-important thing in ..
ter prices.
Klsslmmee. Florida.isk Klsslmmee Osceola County, Florida to
W. J. BTEBiD. the undersigned Administrator of said ATTENTION. marketing Florida's citrus crops ; and in point of widespread and
estate within, two years from the datehereei.
NOTICE OP SHBMlrVSi BALK. FATHERS effective distribution A. F. G. service must be acknowledged
Dated March ITth. A. D. 151*.

Notice Is hereby given that under I WALTER C. BASS. Admr. I pa supreme.
and by virtue of a certain execution II-.t Klaslmmee. Florida.In ...
tested the 10th day of February. .
!,!!. Issued out and under the seal of the County Judge's Court. Osceola Sanitary Dairy milk I* American Fruit Growers Inc. .
the Circuit Court of Marion County County Florida. In the matter of the
Florida In that certain case wherein estate of Henry W. Corl deceased.' No- the milk: for y
J. H. Spencer and W. R. Pedrlek. aa copartners tlo* of Application for Discharge of It will benefit your baby. .
doing business .. the Ocala Bceeoter. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT Orlando Florida
Gas Ifingln .
0. D. Rose was defendant. I have ..- the undersigned, as executor of the estate will lUte It and it will be ,.
led upon and will,on Monday the flit of Henry W. Cork deceased, that .
day \of Mar. 151*. ,**,twe** the legal .. the Sth day of Jua. A D. ISIS the food for you.A4ITNffWuRY.
Hour of.sal*. offer for sale and sell to ttaderslgned will pre...' hi* Baal re
the hlglieat and best Bidder f** cash pert to the Judge of the above Court
the following described personal prop- and apply for his discharge aa __- '

.rt,. tewltJ tor. and the 'yIeeae .of his bondsmenrra D.-.I.. filF ] Qualfty I
On* Balek' touring farther liability t on tho 1IIaor.
Motor'1.-.mfl aan t* bo Bold Bond exeouted by tb...... ,'nale tho Sad :

to satisfy said J.dgsa.nt aadtooU of day. Or .prta. A. Do 151$. : ,
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.551e.. "". .Lt.R. 11'AJIIIWl, Bxeeator of ,tae estate: ef fFaar9d7I/kmrn j I ::.
rivkdaerlff of.Oseeola. Cvunfyj Florida. Henry; W. CorL deoeaoed, : S -

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:: : ([IN SOCIETY'S REALM"' ]I Woman's MRS/; PAUL_Club" STANLEY Notes, (Continued OVER from A REAL Pa\t..SUCCESS One) [AGRICULTURAL POINTERS]I I'I: THE, ,.WATCHERt. 'S', ;:'

", Club Reporter. (dress, left* a, far more pleasing? impression LEO H. WlUiON COUNTY, AGENT . ... .... +....
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that feline are
l.(, \ MRS.WEDNESDAY RAGSDALE BRIDGE ENTERTAINS CLUBs The fine arts department of the supposed to ordinarily.) Mrs. Nell Story'sThe I will hold two citrus field meetings Ready

ti: Mrs. Sam Ralt' dale was a charming Woman's Club held its last meetingof Zurn was welcomed and enjoyed as on'May 16, one, near Kissimmee, and The big tent has been
"\ b hostess Wednesday afternoon at the club year on Tuesday afternoon usual when she sang "My Little Gray the other pear Saint Cloud. These the federal lot, the chorus ra--
t ;" t; Home In The West" Mrs. Russell meetings will be for the purpose of cmo1 o
her home on Emmett street at a delightful lit the Chapter House. The; I had Its first rehearsal and the
If'I t'' . bridge party, entertaining .of Shakespeare's Othello by several Cram was the artistic and. enjoyablesolo I demonstrating to the growers the r u is fully set for the Union Evan

'; ( ,II,' the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge members of this department, wat dancer. Store for Shoes. proper sprays to use, how to properlymix I I Campaign that begins next do
'" i,. Club. and a few invited gUe8ts. The very much enjoyed. This departmentof The chorus was trained by Mr and apply them, and how to I For weeks Christian people havskS
I". rooms were adorned with cut flowers the club, consisting of art, litera- Thompson, who has. recently located (know the proper development' of in- I praying for the success of J5
Values for Your ,
\ '. nnd potted plants and the afternoon1 ture and music, has not only been in Kisaimmc-e, and to him goes much Big isects and diseases, and spray for their I enterprise that will make for this'
of the most successful departments credit from the members of the club 'control at the proper time. Fertilizer
'wan one of much enjoyment for the one Money. er, purer,..better Klssimme. "
ii- the but instructive for his tireless energies in decorating j formulas will be taken up, giving the '
1 : 'I! guests. The top score prize! among/ during year, | I ace
v..( ; f.; the members the club was .a. hand and entertaining well. Those as w4.11ps his invaluable aid inputting u_ ...... I amount of ammonia, phosphoric acid 'Observing Mosquito "
I" embroidered towel, which was awarded who worked in this connection with over the1 program. .Good eats : and potash to use on different soils The' Watcher has killed "
S -: to Mrs arllon-Farmer, while the the club, ave making plans for doing were served by waitresses who were and at the right time. We have citrus He swatted him' oed mot itf,
I LS; second prize; a hand embroidered 'greater things in the fall and are mighty evisy to lock, at, in their white 'for 'Ion several types of soils in our county -,, 'Till all of the windows and h.rt
:M.OO Women's BedRoom
towel, was won by Mrs. Roy Starbird {looking/ forward to the time when uniforms; and cat-bedecked aprons. pretty and the grower to get the best And the floor of the r.ttled.
S Hnd the consolation prize a hand embroidered t these meetings will be resumed.Mont Misses Violet Bullock, LucY! Buckels, Slippers. Come in and i results, must be- posted as to the right :But he got him he building Jarrr.i
. .. handkerchief was awarded successful was the dinner given Kathleen Bearden, Edith Miller, Elsie Look them ,over no trouble to j formula to use, taking in consideration For the;dresser surely rth'-i

to Mrs. M. D. Alexander. The /guestS at the Chamber of Commerce on I Norton, Kstelle Persons, Nellie .how them to you. I the soil, and season of the year. Is a splotch over where that tall ,

prize, a box of stationery, 'was awarded last Saturday by the civic depart I Parrl h/and Virginia Smith, dispensed !- .I Pruning, cultivation, varieties, rootstock I Is plastered against the old mos 1III.
I to Mrs. Marion Carson. Delicious ment. A delicious menu was served, the/eats, and the smiles. Ye Oaken and the application of the beneficial Kissimmee wan

S refreshments of sliced 1 pork roast apple which was almost entirely contributI Bucket proved a popular corner with r Cent for 150 yard Spool Sewing fungi will! be given duo consideration. Ga&ettt,
" sauce, potato salad cheese balls, and the sum of $:iO was realized. its tasty decorations and good drnks: thread. Although you got the mosquito.
l' sandwiches fruit pudding and raisin :Mrs Starbird, chairman of this department and was presided over by Miss Irma The time of hour and place for the (A triumph without a doubt),
r and nut cake, were nerved. Enjoying I is planning to have a dinner I llolzman. To Mrs. Dcyoreo goes the citrus meeting will be given in next You spoiled the wall, and we betek.
I the cordial hospitality of :Mrs. ,RaCst / -I every Saturday; announcement of credit for the decorating, assisted by week's issue of this paper. Please II. Your wife came and bawled yooi
dale on this occasion, besides the club same and the menu to be-served Avill I :Mr. Thompson ill the manual laborpart O. X. T. Crochet Thread. 10 I keep the date in mind, and look for -P. H. A., In Times-Unioi;.
begiven in this column next week.A of it:, and to Miss Margaret Cents Ball- H long its stock on I
members were Mesdames Fanny the time and place for these meet- 0 of the
t S Powell of Missouri; Marion Carson, vacant lot in the city showing/ a Stanford. :Mrs. George Gardner, and hand last*. ings. I know you will gain valuableIinformation ,I've Wag fellow old Times-Union.;'
.and George Gardner. --' I grt'lltdenl, of improvement is the one :Mrs. J. D. Newbv. plus the silver on citrus culture. I will I a feeling for you/
,, -- I opposite the depot. During/ the administration toned :Mr. Thompson, are the laurels I (|; have the best posted men of the state That see by what you'vewrittei.
SUNDAY SCHOOL of W. J. Steed due for the "atmosphere." you are a married man b
as mayor, 400 yards of Rood grade Unbleached on citrus culture-to address the meet
CLASS PICNIC- -- I beautiful shrubbery was planted on The Fireman's Hall presented ascene Muslin 10 Cents yard. ings. Don't fail to be there. Shake I ace >*
; .5 Miss Estellc Persons entertainedher his[ lot, and since then some work I which it never I This /dry weather is giving the red
j\ Sunday school clam an j a few I has been done from time to time, but equalled. The l'uLns, palmetto, moss, wwwnntt- spider a good chance to do consider Rheumatism j

- : friends at a delightful picnic at for I several' months the lot was not and bamboo draperies and wall cleconitions -I Large cakes of Kirk'w Toilet able dirinage to the citrus trees. Some A painful exasperating; and"ait

S Pleasure Coach 'last Tuesday evening given the proper, attention. A few interspersed with whole :Soapn, 10 S fruit is the size for the rust gether cantankerousmalady I Ie'
I I Cents or :3 for 23: proper
__ Swimming/ and l games piec-eded u days of woirien of thi"d.jlllrtrnt'nt droves of purple kittens dieting humanity
ago a bevy I spitting Cent Medium size (Cake for mitt to start work If you find this ; they spell :rj
most enjoyable picnic I lunch. The armed with shovels] hoes | tranvfoi'niftl the pluce I into an inspir-. I II | :5 Cenljs. condition( in your grove spray now r-h-e-u-m-a-t-i-s-m and pronounct
pleasurable collision wa enjoyed' I byMisses land rakes, denned off tins lot bu nt- I ling i palace/ of I pleasure1, mid those wlv) I i with lime-sulphur sulution. One gallon "room-a-tiz," Sometimes It con_
.Tul lI I Leilliettcr. ( arrol1: It.01' ling-, nil the rubbish that lUll I accumulated didn't admire; the np'I1I'III1I') of the''place I II to r>0) tall ns of water. It paysto and /goes suddenly but more freonM
....,.. ', Isulme Reave.: ('ln'i'.t lileII1Y: ] and] gol\ 11':1: the beautiful! shrubibery I ] could lie counted on the lingerj"f fur bright fruit. Watch the ly sticks closer than a brother
Mary Louise Snocigi aM' Hettie :Mae ,planted there during :'u r. Steed's] $ 1 ap aimless man The tables (1'0'11 ("cilgate'H Talcum, Powder, "uturns spray, from bright/ fruit over the | at all times it is about as We M
Snyder, Eva Fertic Kimbrough Olier udmilH I rat ion, chance the (; and. the I Inn I II 23: Ont CanH, for 19 Cents.
It to I"'t'"d|" l lout l! rn.\-toni' New by poorer gimlet. This will pay the bill :as a deputy marshal in a
\ Athalia Griffin, Virginia Sigler, ItndI/ ()\\'. Since then hm-d )In.Ip'employed '-,'atl',1 I mole than tin m-e bundle', for spraying( and give you a profit al- shiner's camp. It is pretty;
Dorcthy liullock, Louis :May, Francesliailey. I by members of tin.depnt) : S true-Ms that i\fiiing" and l the cabaret"- so. [distributed over the earth
Ruby I Dnggirs, (;iladys Reynolds I mc-nt, his done, more work and it 'is ]larder was \like "tl,.. widow l'ruise's 'Iui Due lo Unite Wash Skirt, to Older cowpeas at once to broadcast ''attacks all alike whether rich

Margaret Warin Edna Krit.iiid /. the' intention) 'Of> this department to !." I close oifl for 79 ('pnt". 'I'hey over the grove and farm lands. Soonas poor.' fat, lean or neutral and b
Arther Kullock Howling (;l'uholl. fuither, ) it :Most of the hunts did sell for $1.:>>0.
I Earl Babbitt, Althur Steed (;iar'an' 1HanSsns I beautify so that it will not inert' of Ki'immrp tin' rains start, you can plant and no distinction of race, color, or'vious
be an eyrsoro to those contributed to the success of the condition
pussi'ig/ get a good stand. Every day I see of the ,liver.
and llulin Snyder The party through KiHsimmev; hut a ihin/.: (pI'l affair, among whom weie: Floyd's that (cowneas are advancing in price.If are two kinds of rheumatism, 1
was chaperoned, by :Miss Persons beauty instead. (;roctry F. C. Dry an Company. Flem-'l. Women's good grade Silk Ilo.-e, your land needs humus and hac.t story and exclamatory, the Utter
and Misxes Anne Sho klcv Kathleen) I TIll; i legular monthly I meeting I of .ing and Son, Martin's Quality :Mark'et $Ll4Jperpair.'I'oeclie( | ( I Ia, you can't put it there better ing/ tie more common. Various thI
Bearden, Lucy Buckets) Mi11.I. Joy- I the oioans' Club! will i b e held at thc'itaitei BuSs and l Bronson :Market, Lyles 'II titan growing any of have been auiitMTtAil Af r n.li_ .
ncr, and Mr. and :Mrs. AV Ha.le\'. S a _cover crop one --
( House Tu. Story Cranthnm
1 on da11): I 1. a'I Company Fu'niturt'iI of our legumes./ Velvet l lans. cow- disease such as chill l, heat, ramr. *
LEAGUERS HAVE 4 ::(W(> p. 111. This will I be t the officc-i's I ( 'om pliny. Mukinson Hardware, Pu- I all kinds and sizes, in-as. and beggarweed seed rate high dry weather, excess of uric acid, .fc

WEINER PARTY I day, when the new officei? will taketheir ,. Pont Cafe, Cray tone Hotel, Sanitary 10 (Cent, 13: Cents, 25: Cents, in the ammonia gathered from the air fected tonsils, disappointment in fen
S The Epworth League of the First I I places, and it is hoped that a Hairy.! Kissimmee. Ice Company. I and up. and converted to the soil through the and laziness, but a suspicion prevab
Methodist church enjoyed a weiner laige number will lie present. A Wennei-Sawjer Company, and sev- roots. that even the learned Doc's t .
roast Tuesday night at Hammock pleading] program will be 'icmlrie 1
Grove. Games and other diversionswere I the fine arts committe. srs. King'VII.ox, and Oliver, awl | Sun IlatH for these hot days.. This is the best way in the world to lilt i something very unreasonable shot.

indulged in, about a roaring CHANCE:'\ : TO GET--GAZETTEFOR ; -- :Mis. B. C. l\f iller. I II II We have them in all stylet.* and make quick money. Quite a large I l"roomatiz." A man up In Cotorsfc)

bonfire.) Those who attended the picnic I The Business and'onwn' Professional n-oxt any kind of price )ou outlay to begin with, but my, the returns gets it and comes to Klssimmes e
; were Misses Margaret Sigler. SIX MONTHS TREE I'the\\ s Club put on the cabaret for | rare to pay.Women'H. you get! See how you have [crutches and gets well right swtj,

Virginia/ Sigler, Lauretta, Dena, and As the\ Latin for tianslatinn, in a benefit the of the Boy Scout fund andit.ttttI I suffered for the want of rain lately, I while another chap from YOu,
Mary Louise Snodgrasg. Katherine late issue of The Valley (Gazette; ; troop a bundled dollars. I and in a few weeks you will hive too lOkeechobec county, Florida, who an
Tiller, Theta Phay, Elon Guice Delia was I Theirs was a real achievement.LESLEY much the land never been out of the state
translated by a "student of yeteryear .1)1') ('*'' Sailor Hat, S on and no way to dmpo | contruti
Lodbetter, and Margaret Waring, andS ," it is now up to this >"eai'<- vintage I CO.\CH1NGBOY(; SI.98.I ;t of it, Properly tiled] land is it, goes to Colorado and gets well t,.
Messrs. Brown, Graham, Ledbetter, worth $1,000 1.1' night so it'. .
to show that the 1(21((: : quality an acre anywhere in I you see very tocos.sixtent.
Lawson, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. of gray matter is not strained.! I MiliImit I _SCOTT TEAM III Florida, provided the soil in /good Numerous things have b-a
Clarence Eby, and Dr and :Mrs. W, C. the triKking soil. We have the bent of tried as a cure for this! erratic discs
following classic: I The Boy Scout baseball team, which i White Shoe Polish, 10 (Cent
Norton. l looks more like a reality now since I Ii and 13: Cents. I soil to tile here, and there is plenty | such as uhinkey, hot or cold bath
i mare heva si forme, 'OC water at pills. whiskey, embrocations
by drilling
the Business and your disposal caTyim
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY I FOI'ml' ur tonitru. i i en's Cubaiei Professional001'1.. {lor it. Look ahead and give your ,I a buckeye or a live potato In Ut
HAS INTERESTING MEETINGThe ; lamhecum (is amandum "K..tlinlht'tll'r and !better." I II land good druinuge. Dry now, but f pocket whiskey and the left hind fee
/ Leroy
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S class study of the Woman'sMissionary | Olethi men promptu! I Lesley: I star infielder for the Ki""im-I Minds Cream, 13 Honey: Cents. and Almond you never know what the weather is 'I of a rabbit killed in a cemetery in tb

Society of the MethodistS [I This sentimental bit should appeal I met1 Ceiwpuncheis. is now coaching. croinir to do in Florida. dark of the moon. Some have ret-

church met at the Bungalow' Monday I Ito the young /generation, rather; than |the boys three times a week, and one I .,..- There is quite an acreage/ of citrus 'mended elertricity, for a man"est
afternoon, under the leadership of "students of a yester-year" and a i of the best Scout teams in the state land in Osceola. county lying idle. I truck by lightning/ never has rhmativm ..
Mrs. George Sigler Mrs. J. L. Over- I prize of six months subscription to I is. looked forward to. II 51.49 for a good large size wish to Inv stress to the land ownersof afterwards

street /gave a splendid report of the The Valley Gazette will l>e given for The Scouts practice :Monday, hand bag. Come in and Nee /good! citrus soil to clear and plant Some kinds of the disease is ,.T

missionary conference held at San- the first!!: correct translation, handedin nesday. and Friday, at four Wt'd.// (his. this land l noon as possible. No reason adjustable and accommodating., A
ford. Interesting selections from the Iiva 19: :;'>'k8tudent. of the OsceoH I'by aiiangenfrnt with the I why OHc-eola county should not be deriving I man may have It so badly that"t'anOt

text book, "Christianizing/ India," Hfgh School to the office of The Val er manager, getting off the more wealth from citrus thanwe bring in an armful of wood for
were read by Mesdames Clark, Over- ley Gazette; by or before its next issue i time for pie city team, which usually :Men's and Boys' Wash Ties, are at the present time. I his wife, but just after breakfast,
S street, Young, Thornton, Griffin, Patterson I ,- Nay 4. gets under way about 6:30. Robert 25 C<<,nts.. If you need my advice, write or call will hike out to Shingle creek, a nib
and Dnucan and, as usual, -YESTER-YEAR. Buckels has been elected captain of for me at the Chamber of Commerce. and three-quarters,' and fish for I"
the members felt that they had spent I the Scout team, and Scoutmaster Kissimmee, or the Tribune office and hours, get\ hi. feet wet and cow

g a profitable and fnterest"Irlifternoon.P' I. O. O. F. MEMORIAL A 'f'es( is acting as manager/ Story'* .The! Store That Sell. Chamber of Commerce, Saint Cloud. home with a hole In his sock sal
SERVICES' >RI L 29 MeCuU'M Patterns/ In Saint Cloud every Tuesday. Office three little four-ounce catfish, and ft

." ." '" , ::,.{ :: : I.UNCII. ROOM NOTES. .. S S 1tY, :5 \ LEGION AUXILIARYWILL ..,, days In Kissimmee on Saturday of don't hurt him a bit. In like manner
J"p.t. 'RebekahsXin
S Odd Fellows
and -ach week.
'T. ' j w a girl has been known to be afflict
< :Mr. Bryarly, of the Sanitary Dairy, the vicinity of, Kissimmee are Invite: BE ORGANIZED so>> that she couldn't limp out into tst
made the lunch room patrons very to attend the I. O. O. F. Memorial Last Friday afternoon I MEN In this Store you will .liAI" ARSENATE KILLS kitchen and help her mother wash ttt
number of
happy today in his!! donation of three services a find over :300 pair: of Summer'I'rousern I
at the First
and half I I Baptist church : wives, mothers or sisters, of legionnrires TOMATO FRUIT WORMS | dishes, but an hour later when bit
of ice to neK-rt
a gallons :Mrs. from. All
/ cream. Sunday morning, April :29.!!) The beau
I I occasion met at the Chapter House with kinds came to take her to the nvritt
A. T. Morrison has I of colors and
contributed the
of acrate I is the anniversary of the Mrs. J. Y. Che.ey; of Orlando, district won't hurt prices "Spray with lead arsenafcc"' is the she skipped down the front steps uA
grapefruit. Mr. Buirowsand founding of the Order in America 104 your pocket-book. .irmwer being made to the into that in
Mr. Yates have officer for the Legion Auxiliary, many reijuests auto a manner that bdlcated -
given cucumbers most I years ago. Rev J. A. Sutton will to lay plans for the formation of an www--w ; for advice coming to the Flor her complete recovery. Kinmatiim -
generously and fine fowls
some are preach the seimon. in i ida Experiment Station from tomato be sal.
Auxiliary unit Kissimmee. Plan may strange, tricky
already penned by /generous Odd Fellows and Itebekahnno Summer Suits (that will plfaxc I( giouers concerning the almost humorous
depredation in
which chicken donor"-I I I._ are now going: r.head! for the formation / some of Its mssifestations -
means a their families are requested to allI sight. ble at Fraternity Hall at 10:00: a. I I William T. Maknison Poet. good. looking suit Black Coatx I This insect is the most serious peat who gets in Its clutches, whose Joint
I' I I at $3.00.: 3 Beach Cloth Suits {lof the tomato in this state. U is almost and limbs are knotted and twist*!

to clone out for $5.00. About I invariably found in corn. Fre- and whose nights are racked with th

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on the tomato leaves. The young far SALLETTES LOSE

-== =- One lot <>f Men's Panama Hat I vae feed there for a day or two/, after THEIR INFANT SOX

E3 -no hat larger than size 7-to halt'hinlout, but Boon migrate to the
== stems into Friends are sympathizing with Wand (
= clone out at what they cost us. which they bore. As soon
== I the Mrs. T. II. Sallette. of Crook
== as tomatos set the worms go for
-- =-= theni. They eat their way into the Lake, whose Infant son passed on U*
=- == SO: Men's Felt I fruit and eat out the inside. They Saturday after,i a few days illnw
Hats may
going for
== and Mrs. Snllette
eat out a tomato just enough to j II brought the bn
250. This
is a job lot that ape
to the
;: ALL '5', picked up; some of them ; it and then go to another. Thus one home of Mrs. Sallette's pit
THE WAY THROUGH eats Mr. and Mrs. G.o'. Session
LIFE I worm cause the loss ,
; The Bank With = look like $..00 value. i matot'H.I may. of many to- where medical aid failed to save his

rrw---------- __S'Ibis __-_-- I While making/ their way into fresh Funeral services were held at th
i the tomatoes the worms be grandparents home Sunday conducted
The saving habit acquired early in life is warm weather is the time I by un arsenical with may which the poisoned fruit by Dr. J. A. Sutton. and Intermes
to put Rompers on the children. was made in Rose Hill
Ability Thi Store has for I has !been: sprayed: acording to Pro- -.- cemetery i.,
a saving habit Rompers 75 Je8110, J. K. Watson, entomologist of
} C nts right on up. the WEEKLY CITRUS REVIEW; ,
experiment station.
and When the "
;1 Teach the children to save their pennies. .. I first tomatoes are small, the chances The weekly citrus review by FV:H

: Willingness for poisoning are especially good. Skelly as issued from the office oft
== It is a valuable resource in old age. It is line. We over our offer Bathing Suit Spray with lead arsenate, using 1 American Fruit Growers, says: j it \
- i4- == to ServeDEPOSITS can you a Cotton pound of the powder to 50 gallons of Improved weather conditions eolDel-.

-": =-= never too late to begin to _== or price.Wool Suit at a reasonable water The milk obtained by slacking dent with the diminishing C.lIronit I
'I' === == 2 pounds of fresh rock lime should be navel'supply has served to stimulstil

: = == .. . ., o ; SAVE YOUR === may have good sticking qualities and grapefruit of good quality and tbll
INSURED EARNINGS One lot Men's and Boys' to prevent it from burning/ the plants. auction market closed much strong* !

: low prices to close out. The first spraying should be done than a week ago. Offering. of, ,* |

.: Begin now and it will when the earliest tomatoes are the size ordinary quality fruit, howeSSZcontinue I
: surprise how size of ,
you eas. A week later
== { if there to meet with ,n indifferff !
= Men's Dress Shirts, $1.0(1.( is no rain make a second application. reception at the hands of the trsdi. 'I
rapidly your Bank Account will grow. = 1.25 $1.35. 1.50 and up. Should it rain shortly after the first Oranges: Valenclas of stsndsrtl

i )f( == -- I''spraying[ it would be advisable to ap'ply sizes under well advertised trlelt |

::::: Remember you can do it with our aid.WE I. the second application within names reached' new high levels, ijftt(
== $1.25 for Men's Khaki Overalls. three or four duya. Even a single every indication of a continued lt1A l
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SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT. percentage of infestation. I sizes continue to lower the averf* |

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