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

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TO THE "TENT CROWDS- 'Ills' Button Anniversary'Is Highly Sermon Praised Sunday For BOXING COMMISSIONJoins .PRAISED_IN STATE Will First Exhibit Annual Their'"Studio Work'. Tea"At-'Their'At _CHAMBER PRESIDENT

d \Evarctt: C. Mills and Wife Morning At Baptist Church With Other Posts Of Osceola School Board Gets The Country Club Tomorrow Howard' Katz Gives'Chair k
Rev. J. A. Sutton of the
Will Form Young Folks' First Baptist church, of pastor Kiasimmee; State In Asking For BodyTo Endorsement Of School Probably Kissimmee not know a great of the many.existenceof peopleIn To New President:';Leads I

4 Choir This Afternoon was the remarks recipient for of his many congratulatory last- Control Clean Sports Officials Of StateThe the Kissimmee Sketching'. Club. It Ticket For Directorate

sermon was not born amid the flare of trum
If anything; 'were needed to keep Sunday morning commemorating the of William T. Makinson Post Number resolutions recently adopted by pets nor herald by the more mod "After the vote was 'all over Wednesday -
>the crowds coming. to the Tabernacleat 104th anniversary of the founding Ten of the American Legion went on the County Board of Public Instruc- ern brass band. It quietly came into noon, which was election1 day
the order of Odd Fellows in America.Choosing
Possiel and Church streets which of record at its regular meeting last tion looking toward maintaining thehigh being. and went to work at its chosen at the Chamber of Commerce'.Car
i [seems unlikely in the face of the as" his theme "The Test Tuesday evening as favoring the proponed standard of Osceola county's hobby or rather, its avowed purpose. son Farmer president elect, was call
Friendship. and as his text "He that law. The schools by demanding. high qualifications It had existed ; ed for the
d large number of people who are coming himself boxing following resolution somewhat informally on customary few remarks.
out to hear Dr. Grant that added would have friends" must show was adopted and wired to Hon.C. for teachers are meeting with: before the time of the Osceola County lie said Commercethe( outgoing) accomplishedmore
he the idea
attraction has been secured. EvarettC. ; friendly. developed S. Acree, representative of Osceola much congratulatory comment Fair. This event stimulated, perhaps her of has
\ Mills and his accomplished wife are of the three mystic" links, commonly county in the legislature: throughout) the state. SuperintendentC. the specific organization of the artists more than any other Chamber of k
,,," .. .. called "F. L. T., as Sacrifice{Instance Right "Be it resolved that Williajn-T.\ Ma E.'' Yowell is in receipt of letters who displayed their creations at Commerce in Kissimmee for a great
.- Y and Love. Citing in the first kinson Post No. 10 of the American from the state superintendent of pub. that time At any rats it,was about many years." Which is by the w..y'
I the case" of Abraham the "Friend of Legion of Kissimmee, Florida, endorsee lie schools the deans of both the that time. that the club was definitely of saying. that his sentiment was 'evidently .
God he portrayed the idea of sacrifice the bill creating boxing and Gainesville and Tallahassee teachers formed. believed by the members: as a ,
',.' as one of the tests of friendship. wrestling commission and legalizing college, the state rural school ,inspce- Every Thursday afternoon the club whole since they had' just reelectedfive
David and Johnathan he used to boxing and wrestling in the state of tor, apd others, commending. him and members hAve met and done, their of'last year's officers and board
r beautifully illustrate the trait of Florida. Members of the American the school board for the high stand sketching. The beautiful environs of of' governors. J. M. Willson was red
righteousness, and for the; third link Legion in this county urge you to ard set in the adoption of the rules as Kissimmee have furnished them ad- elected treasurer and board member. "
G he showed the- love of Moses for support the bill." expressed in the recent resolutions mirable opportunity while attractive Sam Lupfer Jr., of last :year's board ,
t Israel and that of the Samaritan for Legionnaires at the meeting. felt which were published in The Gazettein nooks' and corners in the city itself of governors was elected vicepresident
the Jew his enemy. that some opposition to the bill had its issue! of April 13. have bad their appeal to the artistic and board member and Howard
Dr. Button's hearers were greatly developed throughout the state on account State Superintendent W. S. Caw- eyes of tho sketchers. The results of Katz outgoing president, lead the
impressed with the sublimity of true of the erroneous impression thorns commenting on the resolutions the endeavors of these lovers of the ticket for the regular members of the r
friendship as he inspired them with created by people who had not read e-:>ys: "This high ground taken artistic will be shown tomorrow and new board. George W. Persons was
his words. His peroration a tributeto the proposed bill, that it was a moveto by you and other school official of the many people who have seen the only one vote behind Mr. Kats for reelection
the Rebekahs was pronounced by open Florida to prize fights with your co'inty should be of material beauty spots In nature may now sea to the board and Nelson Ma
many the finest rhetorical tribute ever their attendant evils. They pointedout benefit in securing the proposed leg. them transferred to permanent form. kinson Out-going. vice-president was
heard in Kissimmee. Grand Master that the bill safe guards againstthe islation 'relative to the certification of The exhibit will take the form of the another one whose services were con- y
I Frank Helms of of Orlando, was influx of undesirable character teachers. It seems to me that the first annual "social tea", of the Kis- tinued. W. J. Steed and Dr. II. S.
e : I loud in praise the sermon, pronouncing who..frequently trail' in the wake of time ,1s ipe for us to connect the ex- simmee Sketching Club and will be Geiger were the only two new officials -
it one of the very best he prize fighters and imposes restrictions aminati-n and the resulting certificate held at the Kissimmee Country Club chosen they completing the "1""::
!I I had ever heard. : which practically assure no inducements with high school normal school tomorrow afternoon Saturday, May roster of the board of governors. ;
o- In the course of his remarks the to unscrupulous promoters. and college training. 5, from three to six. Before the election a remark frequently
j speaker paid tribute to Thomas Wil- Practical unanimity of opinion existed "It1' is being gradually discovered. Walter Collins of the Walter Collins made was, "It will be easierto ",
"" ,dy, founder of the Lodge whose. statue among the Legion that the mere possession of a certificate -: Art School at Tampa is expectedto elect a new president than it will .
r is placed in the city of Baltimore, position to prize fights. but they dons not carry with it the assurance : be present and during' the after- be to elect a new president's wife"
xI ,I and described the" I first lodge in America desire the possibility of engaging. in that the holder* is educated.A I noon will address the members and This sentiment was echoed again yesterday
Washington Number, One;,more friendly boxing matches between high school education for every boy their friends on art. A cordial invitation when Mrs. Howard Katz was ;
than a century ago.: tt .;..:, their own members '>r contendingposts and girl In the land Is the goal in is extended to all Kissimmee given deserved praise for her untiring .
: Special music had been 'prepared without the prohibitive expense our national school deals. Is it too people and visitors in the city who and really remarkable achievements (,
.... for the occasion and Mrs. Susan Spier which now exists* where no admissioncan much to expect that holders of first are interested in art to attend. during. the year in preparing ,.
Smedal rendered a fitting. and greatly be charged for entertainments and ,econd grade certificates shouldbe L. A. Hamilton is the director of the chamber luncheons. Mr., Me'a
a ,enjoyed solo. The central sectionof required to show evidence of the Kissimmee Whorter of the Tribune 'who
M where the sport which is dear to the high I Sketching Club, which Tampa .
Iir r the auditorium at the Baptist heart of the doughboy Is staged. school training?" numbers among its membership such was present at the meeting said that .
e church house was reserved for the The proposed bill\ would create the Mr. Cawthom went on to say that : well known Kissimmee artists as Mrs. the men present ought to be unable to .
Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and the American Legion. State Athletic Commission the proposed certificate bill had been j S. II. Bullock, Mrs. J. D. Newby, Miss sleep at night after coming them> and '
capacity of the church was taxed to to be nominated by the department discussed by him in meeting with the I Frances Bay Miss I. L. Hamilton, only paying fifty cents' for such a :'t
u accommodate the crowd. executive committee and Senate Committee' Education short Miss Orpha Ellis and Basil D. Ham luncheon and he hasn't seen nor :

i KVARETT r. i UL1.8 I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardner returned appointed by the governor, which ly before Jiis letter was written that I ilton. The club is open to new members eaten some of the real extra fancy ;
it had been reported favorably and and all who interested in ones which come twice in a
absence of would have full power and control over are every
miles hear. The home after an
alone worth going to Monday with minor changes not detrimentalto and invited to whilel J. E. Lupfer remarked about
which time they all boxing. and wrestling exhibitions I sketching painting. are :&
i combination of his baritone voice and visited two weeks the, during of their S. E. within the state. Communities the bill, would probably become a attend the social tea and affiliate with the advisability of getting a new arrangement .b
her rich contralto makes about the family Lakeland. son, which do not desire boxnle 'exhibitions law. He further stated that he was the club. for the luncheon., rather !.;r,:;
most pleasing musk Kissimmee has ,Gardner, at having soon to discuss the matter with the than'to wish the 'work all on a few
are fully protected against ''I
r had the opportunity of listening to I 1 LOCAL RED ROSS their wishes over ruled by the' House Committee on Education and LEGION WILL SELLMEMORIAL faithful performers such as the' ladies :, r
within the memo7.of the present local option feature, which forbids that lie 'would use the Osceola county have been, and Mr. McWhorter A

generation. Orlando where four this weeks'campaign CHAPTER ENLIVENED any such exhibition in any city which resolutions in support- of the measure POPPIESWill told| ->hOw the Tampa Business and
at musical
has not specifically passed ordinances' he advocates. """" ]'" Professional Women's-Club furnishedtho :
couple sang. at the McConnell Plan Active Work For The Summer or regulations permitting them. Near Dean J. W. Norman, of the Teachers Help Raise Its Quota of Fund luncheons and made a little, side
r ) meetings, their voices are in excellent To Decorate The Overseas Graves as well. The question left.
Course money was
After The Home Hygiene by staging of boxing or wrestling College and Normal School at
tone and their duets, solos and chorus The Latter Part of This Month I for further consideration, but too
Durhtg The Month of June shows are prohibited by the provision Gainesville asks for sixty copies 1
singing are an inspiration. that no such match shall be held says 'he would like to send a to much cannot be said about,the work a
Mrs.' Mills' I is one of ,the very few executive of the local any copy William T. Makinson Post of, the
The committee where in the atate except within the every county superintendent in the I of..the ladies in.the luncheons-of the
i famous women whistler, and in ad- chapter of the-- American Red American Legion is shortly expecting past year. Kats has tho
corporate limits of incorporated cities state and adds You are setting. a
e dition to the duets with her husbandshe I I Cross met Friday afternoon'' with or towns of the state and then splendid example for the other counties several hundred poppies bearing the !chamber the best luncheons any one ,
r renders some excellent whistling ,Miss Marion Crawford, field representative only in those which have so decreed of Florida to follow." Nathaniel official tag of the Legion which they lever' saw for the same*or' larger'
r numbers as well as readings ana And laid plans for the coming as before mentioned. M. Salley, dean of the school of'education will sell just prior to Memorial Day ;\price, and there has not been a cent
e planologues. The choir is getting year which will probably result in Fears that prize fights might be at the Florida State Collegefor to assist them in raising their share I expended for the luncheons by the
larger and larger day by day, and every the There of the fund to decorate the of: ; "
t an active body for future. staged under the proponed law are Women alsois pleased with the graves chamber in addition to the regular
evening"after Dr.' Grant's sermons was, not as much interest manifestedin set to rest, say the legionnaires, by regulations and says "The example of the boys who lie in foreign countries. fees of the members. And Mrs. Katz
i the hundred or more Kissim the work of the organization last the fact that no individual would be your county will be'worth a great The poppies, which are of French has had some very: ,valuable assistants -
mee singers enthusiastically stay and November during; the annual,roll callas permitted to conduct a boxing or deal to our profession. I shall take manufacture, will be sold all over the Mrs. U.' J. Burrows, 'wife of *
sin i and Mrs. Mills will organize a young "greatest mother of them all" de- chartered 'posts of the American Le- my classes to the high. .standards that ,'' and orders have been receivedat secretary laudation.' She has
e folks' Booster Chorus and all young serves. This fact is no doubt in large holding charters have been set by the officials of Os headquarters for more that 100- never missed a meeting and.has always +
gion permanent or
e people up to twenty and down to five part due to the belief that the Red corporations with at least ten ceola county." R. L. Turner state 000 of them. They will bear a little had the tables set and prepared
r who want the opportunity for train. Cross is primarily a war time or- per. rural school streamer imprinted with the official when Mrs. Katz arrived with the t'
tent 'of its capital stock: paid in of inspector wrote commending i
i ing in chorus singing should make it ganization. But Miss Crawford, who which the stockholders and members the Osceola board for the insignia in order that everyone may food. Mrs. D. W. Alderman, Mrs. N
I a point to- be present at the tent at is full of her subject and knows how (Continued on Page Right action they had taken.McWHORTER . know he is'not being. victimized by John Cadel Mrs. Leo H. Wilson Mrs. ,1
r five o'clock. to present it, mentioned so many I unauthorized salesmen. Edgar Katz Miss Lucy Lupfer,' and '"'
Chorus diplomas will be be issuedto things which her society is doing of The local post will soon start a Miss Dot Makinson have been other', ,
a the members of this booster chorus practical worth while nature that i H BABY CLINIC WILL I HERE campaign to teach the general public of the ladles who have given a largo b
r who attend the meetings-at least ten became difficult for the executive the official American Legion March share ,of their time and helped to <
times during, the next three weeks. committee to determine'which one of "Armistice Day Forever," by BerryJ. make the outgoing administration a 'il'
7i 7i These diplomas will be handsome affairs and admittedly needed activities Kis- OPEN TOMORROW: TO BOOST OSCEOLA Sisk. The march was adopted as success. Hats off to them I .f..
with will seal of the campaign simmee might. undertake with the official at the recent national convention There was a real treat in store for
s and signed by the evangelist promise of the best results. at New Orleans, and according the large number of people who at- J
u and the singers They proved Everyone admitted the vital need Miss Ruth Mettinger Here' Development Editor Tampa to local musicians is very beautifuland tended Wednesday's luncheon. Professor .('

immensely popular at Orlando and for public health nursing and for a To Help Conserve HealthOf Tribune Collecting Data impressive. The Kissimmee legionnaires and Mrs. Mills who are conducting .1
were much sought after as earned trained social worker to help "build will have a large numberof the singing at the tent
mementos of the great campaign. the fences along the precipice Insteadof Osceola's Children For Osceola EditionJohn copies in sheet music form and ings came to the luncheon and meet'f'
| Dr. Grant's nightly evangelistic rtfnning the ambulance along. its will also have orchestra and band arrangements several selections, Mrs. Mills
1r sermons are, according to the reports foot." But the money for this work Tomorrow Saturday May 5, at 10 L. McWhorter: DevelopmentEditor for local use. Phono- rendering. a whistling solo These *
of regular attendants getting better which undoubtedly would not only o'clock in the morning the clinic for of the Tampa Tribune is in graph records of the march will be people can aingl! It is a safe bet that rl
and better and proving. very helpfuland save the county much in the long run I white babies will be open at the Osceola county gathering data for a available and "Armistice Day For the attendance at the meetings will &
Interesting. He is a polished gen- but administer real assistance insteadContinued Chapter House, continuing. until noon Development Issue for Osceola similar I. ever" may soon be purchased locallyin be largely increased by reason of
, tleman and a man of pleasing person ( on Pace Four) and reopening in the afternoon from to what he has given both Polk : practically! all forms. their appearance at the chamber.' \
ality. Preceding his sermons each I 1 to 3. All mothers are urged to and Lake counties recently in the Tri John McWhorter, development editor 'f\
night the large chorus choir and Mr. $17 DOLL TO BE GIVEN bring their children up t o four years bune.Mr. RETURN GAME WITH of the Tampa Tribune spoke ';
and Mrs. Mills, contribute a song. serv- LEGION SHOW 'of age to the clinic for examination. McWhorter is being. given a : briefly outlining his mission in Kis .Ii?
\ Jce of a half hour's duration. These AWAYAT Dm. Geiger Rivers and Brinson are cordial welcome in Kissimmee and I WINTER GARDEN NEXTNext simmee. Probably all of Kissimmee
song services open at 7:80, the regu- I co-operating with the state board in from the expressions heard from knows Mr. McWhorter through his
lar meetings getting. started at 8. I Country Store Will Do Business On making the examinations, and..Milll those who are; acquainted with the Tuesday afternoon a return editorials in the Tribune he having ,t
i On Tuesday night the congregation Thursday Nights And Continue To Ruth Mettinger nurse from the Bu- class of work the Tribune is giving game will be played by the. Cowpunchers had the editorial page of that paper) .. 3
adopted resolutions which were Give Away Valuable PrizesIt reau of Child Welfare, Florida State Florida counties it is evident that Os- with Winter Garden, at the for six years until his recent assumption ,

introduced by Sam L. Lupfer Jr., looked like a frame-up last night.J. Board of Health will woend the ceola county will be given that kind Mabbette street grounds in Kissimmee. of the development editorship.Mr. t
calling upon Osceola county's representative and Nathan Bryan were month doing follow-up work, nnd ad- of publicity which Florida needs at'' Thursday's game is not definitely McWhorter is collecting data for r
in the legislature to voteagainst this time. settled the forms close for this Osceola section of
the storekeepers at the Country visiii"- parent* as to proper methodsto as the special county .i
the proposed American Le- Store of the American Legion. One take to remedy defects which the Asked what he has'seen so far that issue. u Sunday Tribune such as last week's --.
gioli Athletic Commission, the bill( box of cigars. clinics' may show. indicates Osceola county can lead the issue on Lake county and he made .'t
of the prizes was a
,; known as the "Boxing "ADVERTISING CAR8" he welcomes all ..
that suggestions
popularly state in industry, Mr. It plain
Buckets smokes. Another was a On next Saturday May 12, a simi- any. particular
Law. The resolution follows: START NORTHERN TRIP traditions about Kis
store is held' McWhorter said that undoubtedly the news
1 1928- bunch of .groceries. Bryan's lar clinic will be in Saint Cloudat I
Florida May which
"Whereas"Kissimmee there, is now before the a grocery store. Mrs. C. Buckels the city hall and the following county is destined to be the greatestfine Roy Wells and family and Mr. and simmee and Osceola him. county '

legislature of Florida a bill introduced drew the cigars and Mrs. F. C. Bryan week May 19, at Kenansville school cattle county of Florida. He believes Mrs. A. D. Marston, left Tuesday fora anyone Rev. Frank may give Grant tent evangelist, ,
these Indies that with the eradication of the
Senator Stewart of Hillsboro won the .groceries. house. The first clinic: for colored northern automobile trip to Maine members
by to
came into the show just before children was held last Wednesday at cattle tick which all are now agreed and brought greetings ,
banners literature, photographs
that would make prize carrying. and promised *
county fighting told them he liked them
Now the must be accomplished, there will be
colored school
Store began. the house where
Florida the Country eighteen proclaiming the desirabilities \
the them
legal within state ; again and talk to
tell built immense live stock farms on to come f
question is-well .you never can children were examined and all up of Kissimmee. Mr; Wells goes
andWhereas the members of the what will happen and it only goes to but one found to be more or less de which the finest breeds of both beef to Klnnebunk Beach Maine, and Mr. when no election of officers was on
we, schedule.
deceitful.The and dairy cattle will\ be raised to fur-
of Kissimmee show that appearances are fective. Miss Mettinger and Miss Al- Marston to Both expect to
Evangelistic\ consideration Campaign have concluded method of drawing square bins Smith are now.doing\ follow-up nish the beef and milk and butter return to Kissimmee Augusta. later on. Mr.
that this measure seeks to legalise however and nobody accused the work with the ])arent.. Colored clinics markets of the South. Another thing Wells in the early fall and Mr. Mars- CITY CURVES ;,
which has impressed him is the riot-
which considera storekeepers.The for children in Saint Cloud and ton as noon as he can dispose of business -
brutal we
a practice box of stationery went to Mrs.J. Kenansville will be held and ous luxuriance of nature in the semi-
relic of the dark and has no May 14 affairs, in Maine, Kansas and who have discussed the .
B. G.' Smith got the tropic growth and of the native grasses. People 4
civilization suchas H. Phipp and May 21 respectively.The ) other states.
rightful place in a angled curves on the Dixie
sharp right
Emil{ the belt. clinics Wherever even partial drainageis
Anderson got are the result of the Klssimmee
believe of the evil cello operation Their trip will give considerable wards inside the
ours we one Highway Tampa ,
; the of assured there is an abundance of ,
The aluminum kettle and cans of the bill\ throughout the
Shepherd-Towner advertising .'
results of its becoming lawful limits have for rejoicing.
stage prize fights in Florida would fruit went to a couple of boys, and which provides federal funds equalto vegetable and tree growth and gardens large cities of the eastern coast. Their city Dou cause has the road
the store-keepers'not1' doing a credit those which the hate will and fields under drainage controlare From Jacksonville City Manager the
is follows
be the influx of large numbers of undesirable appro- almost unbelievablecrops itinerary as : force at work on one at the corner
business, forgot to get their names. priate. The clinics are free and they now yielding thence through
to Augusta
people from the other states ,of Clyde and Pen eld, lengtheningthe ti
and foreign countries as there are However: the boys got the prizes_and should make it ;possible( for every of the' finest truck and staple Columbia S. C.; Raleigh N. C.; Rich- and making a'much easier
only, :four other'states" in.our'Union that''the main thine. child in Osceola county", under two vegetables. Also with the perfectionin mond, Va.; Washington, D., C.; Balti- turn.curve The next one on.the.roadwin,
The picture next week on Country of to .be examined and its the state, of-sugar making; theN Pa. Patter:
[that allow them, therefore, years ,age ; he declares more Md.; Philadelphia. ; be remedied, as soon asttbepother la;
Storyflightwill bei/dandy. Charles mother advised as to ,its ears andfeeding is every reason to believe N. J. New York City: Waterbury '
I f"Be It Resolved that we do request! that the'old dream of the Dis- son, ;, finished. .,,. "' '- - ti:
Ray in "Smudge. Naff.ed. And ; l't '\ Danbury; and Hartford Conn.; sari kind
j r ref those who represent ns in the leg. I" Further cause for the 0rejoiclnl'
R. E.
and the state chemist
holders! .elinh tons
there will be given to the In connection with these It Pmv'dence' Rw I. Springfield-Wor-
( ;* thereafter
-.islatnre of our state that they oppose ;1 twill shortly 1
I the of this bill, and.that theyI the lucky number a great big on"hlchretaJl. Is not amiss|to{recall the words of Rosa of the )Kissiramee and St.; Cloud I coster. 'Lowell, Lawrence, HaverhiU, :in'tho vicinity come Of the bridge'be'
districts the South's ,
slmoleons ; greatest
: at seventeen Secretary Herbert Hoover, when he being and Mass. Portsmouth
; reachIng
do all they can withtheir vote and Newbtrryport 'the last turn and before -,
1 I influence to bring about its speed and other prizes,.too. \\l'f Aid There should be no child In sugar growing' region,;.are' bound". to, N H.:} ICtnnebamk..Portland. ,..and; . yond the city limits.- SooIt the delighte. r
thursdey'nightsare become realities.- ,.. ,, .
di fe&t.? ,,. Don't forget that America-who to' not ,born"under pixmer Speaking of ._ MeWhorter gusta,ML' ; ""V> ,* ... /--A 4v fill n) bounco will be no more.):that
attheCasinos conditions who doea'DOt live
in '
Lagion.nlghts that small eft ia.tehbel.baNt.ntiRsing'tM '
; hygienic.surronndmrsijwho',ever suffers says no ,, in J, READ;.TUB..VALLEY GAZETTE bridge
f1:P ; )(n.\1.1w icHa+r. .,i Who from malnutrition, who does not the state which. he baa 'visited has a three "I-beams'which.gars:st presentunder f S
hr "residing<<-In-* Kissimmeesine have prompt and efficient medical in- more beautiful main street than: this 1..Mr.' lIeWhort.l'.. expects: to be .bt tho bridge 1 and such other portions n.

Tf>..nut 'JIIHtlnlt: of St;, John's *' the first of, the year at wo .p.ctlen-and'attsIan.''orwho' does city.has-wHlr. .its wide parkway ''Withaad' psc.about two,weeks and'expres of the.present" .stnKtujo.wfil a* are t* 'J\A.suftable. \ ,.
Tho .
.' bridgo "'
will leave MondaythelThome for trees shrubs and ard'flom- sea the wish that all having interesting '
Guild of St.;";JohO'sTEJtacopal ehtfrchV Broadway4 not receive primary.Instruction in the grass construction ! 'i' -
win beheld Monday afternoonVMay In Butler. Nsw Jersey; for eleiaenta- ef'byglat.and health.*. n ers. :between' vth.._twin..roadways local tradition and story common.IcaU made with:to-b.aend-arch' e \
".>at 8:80 o'clock, at the horn,,of)[rs.Howsridad the summer. .'They expect to'return .. '- '-. which* face-the handsome:and wallwindowed wltla.I1ba '...that .iMrtaajr,inta making a permanent.. .eaoes ljj j "

>,Kits.' ltlg/Clyd* .ana_ early,in the falt.::" "*ear' READ"THE: VACLKY: ,, store and buaiaasa. : houses.. e1Qd. .at'; .te; M.v y<, ,"*; lag. ,.,and, avo,,_, .,....., >the..... '....11WSPLG ._..., ., ,.1" ''I...'" .... .,, Ii
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Arcadia, May 3*-Plans for th.
.Red I erection of a grapefruit canning factory .
i at Arcadia were formulated here
!w (From S rmon( '-Rev. First + last week by representative of the

Methodist ,Church, Apr1o29..>)> Did-you see D. W. Griffith's spec DeSoto County Citrus Sub-Exchange.
I' r tular motion picture production, The Harold Crews sub-exchange mana:
1st Chapter of Book of Ruth' 16th Storm?" Did the great moral'\lesson ger'announceJ the plant.will be corn-

+n. verse "And Ruth said, Intreat me exemplified therein penetrate your pitted in ample time to start"operations
not'to leave thee or to return from conscious mind!"- at the first of the next fruit
following after thee; for whither thou We are not a motion picture critic. shipping season. It will be operatedon
roest. I will go, and where thou lodg-, Tune We do not to tell whether or the cooperativeplan by the various .

f' est, I will lodge: thy people shall be to Re-tire f, not "The attempt is a :,good picture associations and special 'shippers

. f" my people, and thy God my God." ...(.Iii....n.5)..... but we do say that it brings forth in the sub-exchange. Its product will
The key word of the Book of Ruth ...-- an Important law of nature. be marketed by the Florida Citrus
is, decision. What a decision, what a For the benefit of those who have Exchange under the Sealdaweet
: I choice is here made by Ruth. The not seen the picture, a forest fire brand. The cannery will have a capacity

,t Book of Ruth is named for its first threatens the hero, heorine, and civil- of 500 cases per day.
: character, a woman of Moab who became ian. We are not concerned with the
ancestress of the disciples. SMALL TOWN PESTS
an rights or wrongs of either, or with
The author of the Book of Rutn i h their of
; Samuel. It was written 1100 years anything Do except flee manner the es- The Amateur Poet sometimes Pest- Chick Loss
cape. they before lire'- How Do You Figure Baby ?
before Christ, during the reign of run away? No! They go: through it. ers Editors so Profusely that they ,
Weaken and Print his Obituary
Gideon. The charming stpry i ill to be Bear this in mind. When crisis
';, connected with the early chapters of threatens life through a it. By Pomes and such, but Whenever you Do you actually figure it in dollars and'cents?
your go
See 'em in the bet the
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Judges as it gives us a picture of you
... doing thin the percentage is in your 20 30 50 chicks from hatches
life in Israel at that time. First to Gold Fillings in your Teeth that the Suppose or or your die.
Wait for it flee
establish the lineage of Christ; to from, and the percentage to come is, or turned Editor knew Better! How much would these baby chicks cost you to
show that God knows all about our

.,. private affairs and that the steps of against The way you.out of fire is through It. ... .0.0..0..0. . . . ... replace?
th< ; TIRES reached thechampionshipby
No football team ever *
Lord. Now 'here are some of the BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SHOP Purina Chick StartenaWith
pimply holding bark 00 Mr W. S. Graham *
;" great the Book of Ruth: their opponents. The winners are ( Buttermilk)
;, First, the choosing; second, gleaning; : IVrfect Satisfaction OuArnntccd PURINA
those: who hold when necessary, "and .
1,:' third, resting, and forth rejoicing.: then 'go out and buck the line. 00 liAIIl WOIIK A SPECIALTY i is a real baby chick food. -It is balanced to CHICK

Naomi became lonely and decided she! PHIPPS BROTHERS GARAGE Buck the line, and hit it hard. 4 supply all the elements that the tender
would go back into Judah and she Phone 235 105 Park Ave.
'Therein lies BUCCOKS. 00 00 baby chicks require in the first few weeks. STmWTTOMUl,
told each of the dau hh'r-in-Iaws it
Ain't it the truth? Buttermilk which authorities
would be better for them to remain WEEKLY; CITRUS REVIEW as .

there, but Ruth had no idea or going The weekly citrus review by F. L. CONTROL MKASITRES: :3. F. KRIBB8 W. .1. STEED important for baby chicks, is one sir CJ1K118
back. The example of her father-in- of the principal ingredients. The
Skelly as issued: from the office of the I : KRIBBS &: STEED
law and mother-in-law and husbandhad other
ingredients Startena
American Fruit Growers
had such a wonderful influence over Shipments' of California says:navels you acquainted with the Harlequin Alt.rar?. ..< .'......|OP. .< LawKI blend with.buttermilk to make
her that she had forsaken her idols I cabbage bug? Have you ha.IIIII'h ..lKB>ce, Kiel-Ida PURINA

t and she now said I am going to stay I expected continue, somewhat u total of heavier 1282 cats,than having wan vegetables as cabbage or colla,'ds Gc.erat*. !. all Stale ... a perfect growing ration. BABY
i with vou. If you go over to Bethlehem moved I sucked dry in !summer by red, yellow l'Bltr-4 StatM C..rt..
during the six dayperiod vndj
1 go with you, and serve the God I 'land black bugs? That is the Ilarle'quin Save more baby chicks and 0111 DB
big April 2:1: however, decrease
l, you serve. The wise choice Ruth j I : in this; movement a rapid now be- cabbage, bug, a bug very hard 'AT JOHNSTON U. I>. GAnnETT get early layers next year by .(ollptrea

made, turning her back on her idols expected. may Ito I j control.The feeding Purina Chick Startena _,_,,,,a
J and accepting: the true and living God I I Floiida shipments for the seven 'I mouth of this insect is adanted: JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW and Baby Chick Chow on the '
was a great decision. Ruth was born 'for piercing the tissues and suckingthe
day period ending April 2<1i\ -.S:: double
was development
guarantee, ,
y i a heathen but through her husband I sap of growing plants. It: attacks
I Ii.' and Naomi she learned to accept God. cars'of oranges and 521)!) curs of the leaves and stems. The bugs increase Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank Give us your order today.FLORIDA .
I grapefruit.
It Her choice Was final. She came tp rapidly during the summer, Building.KISS1M.MEK. . ..
Oranges: As predicted last week,
the Lord as devotedly as she did to I the auction markets maintained a the increase being enormous! if unmolested. : FLORIDA
Naomi. What I want to emphasizeis .
steady advance until Thursday, theslight
when we make a decision we oughtto Soon after the first frost of eii'ly
reaction on that aid the following FEED STORES
die if need be for the cause of winter the adults and nymphs crnwl I
dav being due largely to the :Milton: rivdgur Kill F. Pa\l I.
Jesus Christ our Savior. Like Ruth, unexpectedly) liberal offerings of between and into the folds of leavesof "
who became influenced by these good na old under rubbish at the
vels. However a net advance for I the PLEDGER & DAVIS I IATToHlm.TJ.AW
people and yielded her life to the base of cabbage stalks and under almost -
week of ;oOe; to 75c was recordi-d. 'IS.ale
I source of the true and living God. I' With the auctions in a healthy condi- ,' anything that is convenient.! All j : 306 Broadway '

the lesson to us is, for us to take God tion and an increasing f. o. b. demand the nymphs perish during winter, as Dank ItulldlriKKISSIMMKK.
for the true and living God and fol. adults. days I
Ir the close of the week finds Florida do many Warm, sunny I
-. low Him forever. So many have dismissed (I in tempt them to feed; then sudden cold : : FL.imil i
oranges a
stronger posi-
their Savior and have gone tion. snaps, which are certain to follow, I I { TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
back to the land of darkness and sin are their undoing.
Grapefruit: The first of theweek
I and misery. Wo must not almost, did not witness part Warm days early 1n the year bring: I
but altogether, decide f or Christ. advance in grapefruit so an the bugs into action. They attack Call No. 218
as was shown PUBLIC STUXOUHAl'lIEIl I II Up
Without I dismiss
a murmur
my by oranges-neither did the corresponding such plants as turnips, BrusHel"! !
worldy hopes to cling to Thee. \ declines the sprouts cabbage, kale collards, cauliflower JESSIE D.
occur during lather KLEINMAN
The question I bring to you this part, lind, on the whole, the ":IC- mustard, rape, eggplant, asparagus ( TWO. ONE.EIGHT)
morning is this: Have you reached 1 closed' with satisfactory' results potato, tomato, okra, beans: I JUSTICE OF PEACE I
that new decision? Are you daily especially on fruit of the better and beets. i I '
living the life that reflects the life grades. Offerings to outside markets I Insecticides that kill the bugs will HANDLES ALL CLAIMS: 11. HAROLD 1IUME. M. P. SIMMONS!!, D. A. MORRISON JH.
and and character of Jesus I I 1 Pr..ldnt. Via .
beauty were freely taken at also destroy the plants, therefore pie- President Bc. It Tr M.
satisfactory! prices
Christ? To the boys and girls 1!poking ventive measures must be taken.. Prof. Best FcrtiKsera
anj inquiry for storage; stock was latectiddec Sprayer Peahry 8."....
a into your face do they see the exemplified -I J. R. Watson, entomologist of the
'encouragingly; heavy. DR. R. J. DENNING Honest Good
Fair Price Prompt SIaI,.._
Christ' shining into ,
your :I The i Florida Ex\\ 'rmtht Station recommends -
j faceT Friends, this is the only wayChrist I' seem rapidly to preclude diminishing supplieswould the following: DENTIST Ask Tear> br-He Kaewa.

is going to preach to the world, of heavier !shipments any during possibility he- I I|I Clean up all old plants about the Over the Postofll e. "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING."

largely by your life and the only Bible |remainder of the season and, while no garden or field as soon as the crop ,OFFICE HOURS: > to 12.10, 1:10: to I E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER co. Jackwarffl. FletUa
a great people are reading Re.ideace ,
many extreme prices may prevail it is has been removed. Burn the plants
is life. watching I 174Office
today They are
your 'practically assured that both oranges and bugs. Phone 158
you and watching me. Are we Clean weeds and. rubbish .
land grapefruit will continue to move up near
living a life we are proud of? A'I the field garden burn allulh
|Int very satisfactory figures. cabboge or ; i iI
beautiful life as we walk along life'sway /, rubbish in fall or early winter. I II

as often there is some young life Got the Real r Plant fall trap crops ofnuii- P. A. VANS AGNEW '
c attracted: by our life and influence, I Thing As soon as all the bugs haveattacked II IIlard.
"";: "; and the example we. are setting. Lie ATTORNET-AT-UAW,
;; the trap crops, spray with .
you know that your' child this morn- "For five long years I Buffered with kerosene emulsion, 15 to 20 percent I OFFICES FORD WEEKLY
\...' ing la following: in your foot-steps? stomach trouble and what the doctors strength or burn with hand torches. Winter Park Florida,
'i-P You can see it all along they are fold called gall stone colic, and all said I If any bugs miss the above treatment I '

lowing in your steps even it they are nothing but an operation me '. and get on the main crop of cabbage -
unconscious of it because they be. any good. A friend who had taken it will pay to hand pick themat O. O. OO
:;' lieve Papa and Mamma are the your medicine advised me to try it, first appearance. Pick and drop 00 4 Purchase PlanENROLL
greatest: the best people in the world. I I and I found it to be the real thing. into a pan of kerosene and burn.If 00 TURNER MARBLE & GRANITE' *
r":, If Mamma lives right then we see the I feel better than I have in eight bugs are missed by any or all of 00 COMPANY, TAMPA *>

example for good. If Papa lives !years and I am pl'aiRil11God/: for the above methods, they will lay many 00 0000 -
., right then we see the example is Mayr's Wonderful Remedy." It is a eggs: in masses which are readily MONUMENTS 0000 -
good. But they do not live '' _____
suppose simple, harmless preparation that found. Gather and crush the eggs. 4
} right. You can see where they lead I removes the catarrhal mucus from 00 M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimmee <-
the child too, as in their early life |I the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation HOW( TO LEARN TILEPOULTRY *

they receive it from Mamma ando which causes practically | BUSINESS .OOOoO'O+OoHoOOO TODAY AND YOU WILL SOON

,! Papa. all stomach, liver and intestinal ail-
We see here in this lesson of Ruth r ments, including appendicitis. One I I Florida is and has been heralded a 0..0..0000000000".00.0.0. BE DRIVING
that the lives of these people have influenced dose will convince or money refund J' great poultry state. Still enormous I OWN FORD CAR

her; I want to say this as ed. J. Z. Roberson, and druggists ,i:quantities of eggs and poultry meatsare M. TILLER \:

we are entering into a great religious: everywhere.I shipped into the state. | Real Estate
campaign, there is somebody in KisKimmee -- ---_--- i i j The question has been asked, "If : Agency i
you can lead to Christ. Thee "From the experience of those coun- ,, this in a great poultrv state, why is 4 _
it Are certain ones that you have an influence ties employing county agents we it that it does not,, raise all its' poultry FIRE LIFE AND ACCIDENT Here is
over and If you wield that influence would suggest that experienced sden'l I products, all that is consumed' INSURANCE <- your opportunity to buy a Ford Car

over that life you will realize tifically trained men could be within its boundaries?" In answerto 00 INDEMNITY BONDS:' 4

If that you have led that one to Christ. ployed by every county in Florida to that question, specialists of the 1 . ... ... . .. ..4 in a simple, easy yet practical way.
'" You will know that you have led that good l purposes.)'-State Bankers' Association. I I I Florida College of t Agriculture have <
I life away from the path that leads said: I'
tr them away from virtue into that path I "He who would say that Florida is know the advantages enjoyed by your

that leads to purity, peace and happiness I I already a great poultry state is slightly S. B. AULTMAN
and joy in this' life and into the incorrect. lie means that Florida friends who drive their own motor cars.

r- world to come ever-lasting life. The is about to become a great poultry \
I r: fact of Ruth's gleaning and of rest I state.! She has every advantage of They can go when and where they choose.If .
iw ing, if she went to work would be to 'I such a state, and there is no( reason *

do anything to make a living. That I I why this should not be about the REAL you are interested in
ESTATEand purchasing Ford
was a humble choice but she was will- greatest poultry state in America. a

j ing to go into the field and work. I "Many who believed in our advan- Car
,: She was willing to do whatever was tages and who had faith in the prospects come in and let us explain how the

offered. Some folks say I want to n.No.Ciwt6 I of making a good living in the
'i- do only certain things. Let him takes ... pursuit of this' industry, have gone FIRE INSURANCE Ford Weekly Purchase Plan provides the
the first thing that comes along. Look: tII eww.AN. into the business only to fail, some '
l' what came to Ruth. To her was born T_-,,__ disastrously. There seem to be tricksin -- way for realizing that desire.
1" the great-grand-father of David and I the trade. Those tricks are noth-

it seems that God had a hand in i it< ing more nor less than the applicationof 11
Darlington Avenue
after all. Be true to God and He will certain principles tend: practices

,, be true to you. Learn that out of; WHOEVER uses I which of course, vary according to ENROLLS YOU. SMALL
the darkest hour will come the greatest varying circumstances. $5

hour of peace and sunshine anti the quality of Good "Everybody// cannot raise chickensor PAYMENTS WEEKLY

) prosperity to you. May this be the I ducks or turkeys, but many more CITY
t:' mark that differentiates us from others year Tire*.He knows can raise them successfully than, are

l' that we love each other, that we the greater mileage doing so at the present time. It 'only

J co-operate with each other as that. they give i. s part of requires a knowledge of the 'game' Start today by making the initial paymentand
t call to the people of my church to cooperate Goodyear quality.He cation of that knowledge. : then arrange to make regular weekly
!;;", with this meeting as I am knows their fin., "But how is one to get that know I

I,-" I the co-operating.Methodist church May it after not be this said meet-of formance troublefree per- his ledge or?her is asked.county or By nome making demonstration use of- Fresh M eat anti payments which win be credited to your

lag that they did l not come in; that is only agent, attending farmers' meetings account and
t if they had it would have been a another phase of and schools, reading the bulletins VegetablesPhone draw interest at the regular

l' greater success. Let the world see Goodyear quality. published by the United States De-

we are in the front ranks, ready to And he has learned partment of Agriculture and the savings rate.
d, ,\ charge the very breast-works of Satan Florida College of Agriculture, and 44
that we are ready to co-operate thattheone tire studying the practices and methods
la this great movement that has been ecobouQlaCoodyear of successful neighbors." Ask us for full particulars or go to your

launched here for the betterment of

,all.. C. C. H. Quality and Goodyear The Florida Bankers Association KISSIMMEE nearest Ford Dealer. r
'-' Serrice. PLUMBING
: The growing of more
.via, NO ...C..4 ... forage crops for winter feeding of SHOP ,
'.7...' .. MORE o..... w .it..., livestock; diversification instead of
1 ,a..1 ,,..
.,;k, EeGd dairy cow and a purebred aow Gale, -. ,ar,.. ..<.,"."4-AM- specialization in farming; the treatIng
With.. w-... rNal ..f a..t.AI hogs against cholera; tile bet. Nothing Too BigNothing .
littercof on a pasture
plglj .. .. ter grading and of
J packing fruit and
', ... green 'T-4 -,," r...,., ea.wC.,
,..WJ.tJai.both.I'JJttJ..ncl. vegetables; the growing of some ot.ton Too Small
:, water - .. ". I and the use of the.Florlda'method ..' .. Ford Motor
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rdpaTyroMi, : 'LUPFER-'PRATHER weevil control. f '
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mately: 800,000 ears) and 8.000 locomotives : 11900111f,1N001. 1A0. CAPTAIN. WALTER LAWSOK. .. -- -
I, Florida. Development r and the addition of at least 10 EULOGIZED BY HIS C&IEF?: . -, . :
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Board Notes percent to our track mileage and terminal THE J '\.
facilities The full and smooth Washington, April 2L-.Capt. W. R. EDITORIAL; '
Th Florida Development,, Board movement; :of. all :of I the. productivityof Lawson of Langley Field Vs., world
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witbhhree I
does.,.not approve or'disapprove'theproposed the country would be the greatest war hero 'who other persons a
creation of mounted-rural contribution that:r could. be.made at lie monkeyed with a revolver, met death in an airplane crash. . Personal Friendship ,
te'conatabulary, as lea than one the present time in checking inflation And of course the shell exploded; at Dayton Ohio yesterday, was tak. .. .
third: of the members cared to expreai or increase in price. ; levels" Secretary The. verdict at the inquest was, en from,, the Miami river an hour aft- '
their views on the referendum Hoover states.COMMERCIAL.] "He didn't know it was loaded.' er the accident by Brig..Gen. William :
ballot submitted on March 21," the BODtES .* * Mitchell assistant chief of, the Army WE ARE GREAT BELIEVERS IN FRANKNESS.. ADVO
voting en which closed April 19. The STUDY DUST EXPLOSIONS URGEDTO On Whigs Of .Song, Air' Service. CATES OF FACING,EVERY ISSUE WITH OPEN MINDS AND '
amended charter contains a provisionthat Up from the big brown tent GD the "The accident has robbed the Army ,HONEST HEARTS. Neither are we an exception. .
,, Kisslmmee
one-third of lot the Air Service of a man who meant more
if less than the total In .a fire-prevention bulletin issued federal old gospel message is '
to the national defense of this folk have as a rule always been of this disposition and this has
membership vote is cast on any.ub- by the Chamber,Commerce: of the wafted nightly on wings of song. country '
Sect submitted by referendum the United States suggestions are givento Prof. Mills and wife are experts in than any other person," said Gen. been one of the contributing. ,,factors'to,"upbuilding of'ou ,. city '
Florida Development' Board shall not ftre-prevention committees of'local music; and as conductors of a chorus Mitchell upon his arrival at. Boiling and ita institutions. "

be placed on record as having either chambers of commerce regarding choir they cannot be excelled. Their Field i last night. OUR. MUTUALITY'OF INTERESTS HAS BEEN ,THE IN"SPIRATION -, '
approved or disapproved) the policy. dust-explosion prevention. These repertoire has a wide range from the "Captain Lawson was probably'tbemOlt
suggestions expert flyer in the air' service" OF THE PAST AND WILL BE OF TilE FUTURE.The .
whistling trill of the to conducting
Balloting by members of the FleW: chemistry are sponsored of the United by the'States bureauof department an anthem'chorus.. said General Mitchell.. The plane be relations of the Business Men 'of Kissimmee and its citizens .

Ida Development Board on the referendum of agriculture which cooperates The clear, strong, sympathetic messages was piloting was one of the best own- have been peculiarly.: interwoven in the work which has already ',,
relating to proposed measure with the national fire waste of Rev. Grant are an inspiration ed by the service being one that was been done towards our city's advancement. But we feel it to,be
authorizing: the state to license council. to all who hear him. Taken all used during the bombing exhibitionsat
The publication of such material Roads. your desires and theirs to have.even a better understanding prevail l'
Hampton .
and register real estate brokers will in all this united campaign seems certain
by organizations: representing
close on May 8. manufacturers and other business to result in a tremenduous uplift was "it
concerns emphasizes: the importance of this community, and:l no wholly to blame for the fatal crash. AND AN UNITED EFFORT. .
"Be a booster for your communityand of-the work done by the departmentof thoughtful person can afford to miss It be is used a disgrace for that this place must WE FEEL THERE IS NO PRICE WHICH CAN BE PUT .J
patronize: home industry" Is the agriculture in determining the na- a single service.e experimental purposes, UPON THE VALUE OF PERSONAL FRIENDSHIP. And :.
for it Is in
C. H. Plattenburg has givenhis * no way fitted for such .
message ture of and '
dust explosions and fires
whether we are intimately acquainted not it is which
I matters or one thing
from Chautauqua platforms In developing means. of preventing A craze: for endurance dancing has
in 18 Florida cities during the them broken out in various places with "Because of the unfitness of the all of we Kissimmee people possess for each other in the fact that
past few weeks. "There Is not,a farmer After discussing the dangers and Washington for a center. Some folks field, Captain Lawson get away to a we are all Kissimmee folks. It I. this idea that prompt. us"to
or merchant who does not owe his the loases-resultiflg-from dust explosions who like to shake their toes have been poor start, causing him to go into a' urge a greater allegiance to our community BY A MORE SOLID
community the to trying to how'long they dance stall in the forty-five-mile gale that
obligation- support in manufacturing plants -elevators see can BACKING OF ITS BUSINESS INTERESTS.Isn't .
the local civic organization.: It seems threshing machines, and so on, without collapsing. According to the was blowing when he reached! an altitude -
to be a peculiar trait of human nature the Chamber of,Commerce gives definite rules of the game the dancing is to of 150 feet. it worth something to you, friend.,.to- spend ;your money
that people prefer to buy from itinerant suggestions to the fire-prevention be continuous without sleep, and only "I" was eating a bit of lunch, preparatory with Kissimmee business institutions whoso owners are Kissim
peddlers or distant mail order communities of the local chambers. three minutes at the end of each hour to leaving In my own plane, moe men and women like yourself? Isn't it satisfying to. you to t
houses "rather than from home for rest and refreshments. One when ihs accident occurred. I immediately -
mer- young
These suggestions.are as :follows: feel that when'-you-hand over your in exchange for Merchandise .
chants who pay taxes and contributeto committee make lady made a record of ninety hours-. rushed to the point In the
a to
the welfare of .I compete study of the duat-expioston a and thirty minutes and when she left river when the plane had fallen, and or Service, that you are handing it over to someone wh$ ,
asked the banker and the postmasterin hazard in the industries in the com the floor said: rNo more long distance after feeling about with my foot I is, at heart, INTERESTED IN YOU AND YOUR EXISTENCEIN '.
one Florida city to give me the to- munity. dancing for me. I wouldn't go found Lawson's body, THIS COMMUNITY
tal amount of residents through again with the pain and "Pinned beneath the wreckage as it
money by Present these facts to the companies Doesn't it make your blood surge a little more rapidly to know
was, considerable time r
through those two agencies to and weariness that I have endured sine was requiredto
the of
secure co-operation
mail order houses in one year, and the the management of these industriesto Wednesday for a million dollars! recover it. The wreckage; removed, that this transaction between individuals is not just .* cold lifeless .
total they gave me was 1300,000" be remove,the explosion hazard. Another lady is reported to have I carried the body to the bank of the happening of business but instead Is warmed by the knowledge "
said. When any doubt ,exists concerningthe danced ninety-six hours, and was river but all hope' to revive him had THAT YOU ARE A LOYAL CITIZEN TO THE INTER

explosibility of any dart have still going strong and hoping to reach been abandoned. ESTS OF YOUR TOWN; that you are dealing as friend with ,
Secretary Herbert Hoover, department samples of the dust sent to the Bureau the one hundred hour mark and thus .
BOMBERS ATTEND friend and to the mutual advantage of both yourselves and your If ;
of commerce, has asked the of Chemistry, United States de- I establish a world's record. Surgeon' V '..
Florida Development Board to bring partment of agriculture Washington, .General Cumming warned the dancers AVIATOR'S FUNERALNew community. .
before the people a request for closer D. C. The bureau is also prepared to that they were in danger of acute Contrast with this if you will the spending or sending of mon
with dilation of the heart and sudden death Port News, April 25. Four .'
co-operation ,
railway managements make suggestions concerning: preventive ey from Kissimmee and you will instantly picture a business trans
in securing maximum efficiency devices that should be used in the and if they survived they would always Martin bombers returned to Langley action with strangers WHO CARE NOT NOR CONCERN THEM
Field late
for the transportation facilitiesnow different industries. have crippled hearts and a disordered yesterday afternoon from ,
available.. There is reported to Organize a safety course similar to nervous systems. It is a Washington, where they took part in SELVES WITH YOU OR YOUR FUTURE WELFARE IN THE
be a shortage of usable cars throughout the one conducted by the Buffalo ghastly mistake for people to flirt the burial of Captain Walter R. Law. SLIGHTEST. What happens to you, your family your dollars t ,
the nation, which Is retarding Chamber of Commerce for the instruction with death In such a trifling way. won of Langley Field, who was killed or your property is entirely foreign to this transaction. It is a
productivity in some lines and interrupting of superintendents and foremen The aviator who flies two miles high last Saturday when his bomber crashed severe, calculating business procedure where both of stand I I
into the Miami river you
labor employment.The on dust explosions and and writes "Wiggle Stick Gum" in near McCook "
principal directions in which subjects. safety trailing clouds of fire across the skyat Field. The late aviator was buriedin as strangers with no community of interests or aspirations. The .
vurh co-operation can be extended by '0 night and the girl who tries to Arlington; cemetery and the four dollar you spend is the basis of operation. A sordid business :;
the trades, are: COLORED ASTRONOMY dcnce for one hundred hours are both Martin bombers flew low over the transaction the result. a "
1. The advance of their winter I shining marks for the fool-killer. grave dropping flowers over the casket We want you folks to think about this the next time make )
coal during the light consuming sea Professor Starr Erickcon the well- of their former comrade. The funeral -
son. known astronomer, said at bark-Harbor I THE TABLES ARE TURNED service was held in the chapelat your purchases The Druggist, the Clothier the Baker, the t.
2. The loading of all cars to full : the other day: Fort Meyer. Plumber-in fact, every Business Man of every line representedin .,

rapacity, their prompt loading and "The general public's ignorance of An Ii-Bhman, who worked on the Kissimmee-is at your service. And we might add-AS. .
discharge. astronomy is so great that it reminds railroad, left his coat hanging in the ALLEN FOSDICK BUYS SHARE FRIEND TO FRIEND.
S. Reduction of reconsignment me of a story. I tool-house. Some fellow,,.:workmen decided IN FLORIDA POULTRY PAPER Every one of the business firms whose
shipments and restriction of to-order 'Pop" said a young Colored boy, to play a joke on him. They Lakeland's names are appended
bills of I bucket of new poultry magazine, herewith do business on this basis, folks. And-they are only partof
lading. 'which am de moot useful to as, he ,, hunted until they found a "I'oultry in Florida." in the
4. Demand for no more cars from sun or de moon?' I I I green paint and then painted the head number which has just been received April the entire number who go to make up the personnel of the
the railways than can be promptlyused. 'De moon, ob co'se, yo' fool chile," ''of a jackass on the back of his coat. makeR the following announcement: BUSINESS ON THIS HEART-TO-HEART PLAN. Notice this
said the boy's father. 'De moon son |I:When Pat came in at 6 o'clock he "We take pleasure in announcing Kissimmee Business District MEN WHO CONDUCT THEIR
"If we could secure the maximum de most useful to us, Tease she shine looked at the coat and then turned to the fanciers of
poultry Florida
efficiency in these directions we will in the dark an' light us up. De stun, smilingly to the' men standing; about. that we have sold a half-intercut !in BUSINESS ON THIS HEART-TO-HEART PLAN. Notice this VV '
have added more effective commodity he ain't so good. lie on'y shine in de i I i "Which one of yez wiped yer faceon this magazine to Mr. Allen E. Fos- in the future.
movement than would be brought daytime, when he ain't needed'."- my coat?" he demanded. Wea dick, of New Orleans. Mr. Fosdick
about by the addition of approxi Weatherford (Texas) Herald. I I therford (Texas,, ) Herald. is a former Florida poultryman. own-

---- .---_. ': ing a farm near Kissimmee, and i Is OSCEOlA '
well known ever; the state. lie will OSCEOLA
devote his entire time to traveling the COUNTY HARDWARE CO.
state of Florida, visiting the poultry
farms, writing up the stories, soliciting -
Hardware &
InsuredL. FurnitureKissimmee
advertising and subscriptions. lie I
A marvelous increase in distributionof will be a valuable addition to the force
and of immense benefit to the indus- H. Ledge, Cashier w
try and the poultrymen !in helping to
make Florida the greatest poultry
producing state in the Union."
Sealdsweet Florida Citrus Fruits
i Mr. Fosdick will be remembered in
Kissimmee, as the former agent for FRED-S. GILBERT The LAKE VIEW INN .
... .\\(c':i"-r.'j: :, j'1 i E. A. Strout Farm Agency. .Selling .
..,',/ ', j" Rooms and Apartments
.1'.1,1 >!< r" this agency to Allison T. French he
'- devoted his time, to the poultry busl Haberdashery, Shoes
TRI' CS -- :. ness. at his! place on Fi h Lake,-run f-. Mrs. M.A. Evans
ning a filling station there in conjunction :-
with it. lie later sold his: Broadway : Kissimmee KissimmeeLYLES .
poultry farm to G. Y. Bast, who i Is
developing a large poultry and banana -
J farm there, and went to Tampa,
: where he conducted a real estate office -
\ in the Stovall building; lie has .
recently been connected with the advertising COMPANY
department of the New Or- Dry Goods, Shoes, ;

This season Sealdsweet Florida grapefruit and oranges have been leans Times-Picayune. Books, Stationery, ClothingBroadway !.. ,
"Poultry in Florida" is a new Flor-
sold in twenty-five per cent more carlot markets than last year. Ida monthly magazine, the current Gifts

issue being its fourth. It is edited Broadway Kissimmee : Kissimmee! .
Sealdsweet fruits now are distributed in twice as many carlot bv[ Howard C. Hull and has Charles :

markets as five years ago ;. in several times as many as ten years ago. '- M. Freeman as associate editor and
I). W. Short in charge of the duck de-

This increase in our distributing capacity shown that we, the partment.editors are On such the well lint of known contributing Flor-- MACH BROTHERS For all kinds of

growers who cooperate in the Florida Citrus Exchange have been ida poultry experts as Miss Minnie GARAGE PRINTINGcome .

fully awake to the importance of expanding markets to take care of Mercer S. F. Matthews, Mrs. J.
? Miss Lois, Godbey, S. D. Nash Cars Hood Tires to the i
increasing production. llardaway, Irvin Kelsey J. T. Rut ,
ledge, and- John M. Lukert. The KISSIMMEEVALLEY
First we developed consumer demand for Sealdsweet grapefruitand magazine !is neat in appearance and. BroadwayKissimmee GAZETTE
valuable in contents,'containing much
oranges by aggressive advertising of the food and health values information which should go toward

'. for years and years carrying on this essential educational effort altogether making; Florida the poultry producingstate r
second to in the Union
none ,
by ourselves. which it can and' will !be. S. L. HAGERMAN PHIPPS BROTHERS

Next we gradually enlarged our sales force to properly cover the Anthracnose causes enormous loss GARAGE

sections of the United States wherein we found potential demand for es in the watermelon fields of Florida. The Peoples' Market
Spray the vines and leave. with First Class WorkGuaranteed
Florida citrus fruits. Today we are in position to sell iirevery por- 4-4-50 bordeaux mixture. .. .

tion of the country which'aJTords a profitable outlet. Broadway : Kissimmee

All this has been accomplished in the face of destructive competition

from Florida growers who market through non-cooperative chan-
nels. We have sold Sealdsweet for more money than other Florida AfterEvery GRAYSTONE \

marketing agencies got for fruits of comparable grade, pack and Commercial and Dry Goods and Ready ,

Tourist To-Wear

quality.We regard our work as little less than marvelous in view of the :Mrs. Ben Baird Broadway :' KissimmeeSTANLEYS'

facts as explained herein. Obviously, however, as the Florida crop MealWRIGLEYS Broadway : Kissimmee

of grapefruit and oranges increases in volume, there must be even

greater progress in enlarging consumption and extending distribution .i
Come To The ;

Why not help U4 do the job, to your RIVERS' BLOCK PHARMACY
benefit and ours, by working" in

our rank rather than against fUr ... I The Center of Town, Phone 41

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deepening of 1U own river fqrjtratuportatlon l. and the game l'Ided"wftJout'; Win '5 a ..

., ., KtSSIHHCE. VALLEY GAZETTE_ purposes; The cost of the ,COWMEN WIN IN middle ter. Park having* ...'camped" .- on the ., J

BUBUSRKD BT !ICissfmmee River project will be small Score

THE KI8SIMMEEI TABLET GAZETTE in comparison .with the results and FIRST INVASIONAway Winter ,.Garden AB R II PO A, E SAFEGUARD YOURSELF

., KVERT FRIDAY J benefits'accruing to the central part H. Pounds 3b ;... -4 0 04'.0 1 t
KlSalMMEB. FLOIUDA. Arnold, __.,,_.,-4 02200
of,the state and if lorida Waterways From Home Game C. Pounds, ss.._.. 4 0 0 1 2 1 'i
", W B. HARRIS _____.....__President
Traffic is going to reiterateits \
League .._.... 3 0 0 4 3' 1
Beasley c
B. O. VANS AONEW..8ecrotary Won Pitcher" should have :established credit.
"Country an .
'I ALLISON T. KJtENCH-..--.......EdKar demand on congress for :part of by Walker,. 2b :_.... 3 0 ,1 4 4 1 Everyman ::

SUnSCHIFTIO.V-\ a-<- the project it should-reiterate the demand And Cow 'Punchers Wilson cf .-;;.,.. 3 0 f 0 4 1 1 Whether he avails himself of it at rare intervals . /
On. 'Copy One Year."_..._......f2.00 for the whole. Co-operatior{, Cooper If _.:......? 1 0 '0 ,,0 0 0 it is of alue.
a One Copy Six Month-........... 1.00 Somebody phoned Winter Garden Hall', pTrovillion- <....;:...... 2 0 0 0 0 0 or frequently, rare
One Copy Three Months........ ""...0'i. you know, means a little done by both that the JCIssimmee Cowpunchersdidn't Ib .'.... 8 0 0 8 0 1
If this of the state is asked to co- & If... 3 0 0 2 0 '
(Entered at the poitofflco at Kl.nlmm part have anything but "a country Bowyer,'p ; 9 There are often times when being able to take
; .*. Florida, as lecond-claM matter.) opearte in 'the devopment of'a transportation ditcher who'd never' been to school.! '

",, All comntunlctttiona except from authorised project, that means that a Ergo: one Lawrence Chubb on the Totals ------0. 3. 27'12 6Cowpunchers advantage of'ari established credit means"much. :.

,;" correcpondenta mutt be mlgn- effort and assistance occasion of the first invasion of for
like of
eel by th. writer. return eign territory by the said Cowpunchers Lesley 2b .-__..- 4 0 0 1 1 0 is the of
A bank account 'surest
Rejected matter will be returned If will be given it for the program' it i Is resenting the insinuation' againsthis Bullock as _____, 4 2 1 2 0 0 means gaining

: called for.Forelfrn interested In. scholastic achievements proceeded 3b ____ I 5 1 1 1 0 1 an established credit'in your community. The

' -' Let's really co-operate in this thing. to display his' knowledge of cur. H. Prater, rf____ 5 2 2 0 0 0
; where information as
Itj--- bank is the
., THE AME RICAN Advertising PRCSi R!
-- with his mathematical and other Adair c _______-_ 4 0 2 13 2 0 to your credit is sought, and your banker shouldbe
MORE ROSES? scientific head work. He further pro Crumm 'lb __nu.4 1 0 I 5 0 0

FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1923 cecdodl:! to take for himself three hits, Rotundo, If __n__ 4 1 1 1 0 0 yoUr-first reference.Merchants .
; < Dropping into the city hall one of which was a two-bagger re- Chubb p-------- 5 1 3 1 1 0

.. Happy Days are here for the low- week to pay a light and water bill tired thirteen Winter Garden war-

er grades of Kissimmee School chil one is pleasingly conscious of the per riors by the strike out route and refused Totals _______._38 9 12 27 51

fume of roses. On the desk of Mrs absolutely' to allow any peram- Score By InningsKiRsimmee '
dren. bulating to the initial station and __--__..112 005 000-9 .
---XXX--- Willa Steed the reason is apparent. further demonstrated his college-bred Winter Garden _____000 000 0000 and Farmers Bank

Flordia could furnish a Democratic Beautiful vases of fragrant red and gentility by hitting no opposing bat- Summary: Two base hits Chubb;

ticket itself now-Cox and Bryan. pink Radiance roses assuage the ter. Just to show that his Alma first on balls, off Bowyer 4; struck

I it? I pangs of parting with the money due Mater had included a course in calis- out. by Chubb 13, by Bowyer 1, by OF KISSIMMEE .
la How
thenics he demonstrated his abilityto Hall 3; left on bases Kissimmee 10,
'" -XXX- the municipal light and water plant. stretch and jump by leaping into Winter Garden 3; double plays John-

r' Some wives are never satisfied when But the purpose, at the beginning, I the territory of the aviators and son to Crumm Pounds to Walker to "A HOME INSTITUTION"fie

their husband are out of the house for creating the rose garden -at the spoiling a ay. which would otherwise Trovillion'j wild pitchers' Bowyer 2; ..,

unless he has gone to work or gone to city hall was not primarily to soften have gone to the second baseman, Is Beasley 1;; first base on

roeetin'. the shock of parting with one's cash.It thereby chalking up for himself a put errors Kissimmee 3; hit by pitcher
out in addition to his strike outs. : by Bowyer-Lesley and Crumm. Umpire -
-XXX- [ was for the laudable purpose of His mess-mates gave him good' sup J. E. Lupfer. Scorer E. D. Katz.

}' Noonday Luncheon clubs of business beautification.On port on such occasions as he offered

\ men are rapidly breaking down the either side of the city hall is a them the opportunity? only one error SCOUTS LOSE TOORLANDO

l' bare that stand between many a to-be plot of roses, which are floweringnow being committed by the Kissimmee SENTINELS
contingent. Johnson in center field
business friendship.XXX. with an ardor which leads one nailed three long file in good shape Kissimmee Troop Number One

;- to wonder why Pasadena and Portland and Tony Rotundo exhibiting in leftfield played baseball Monday and lost the FLORSHEIM SHOE

You can already go by boat from should get so much good advertising caught his only chance like a game by a five to one score. This

Kissimmee to Fort Lauderdale; what for a commodity-if roses may veteran. Adair behind the bat, turn- being the first game of the season
r ,
|s needed is ability to bring freightby ed Winter into fall for two of the op however the boys are not discouraged. _
boat from there to here. be called that-which Kissimmee can position's high foul tip swatters in The victors were the boys' team
RI' produce so well. Perhaps it was the good catch-as-catch-did fashion. Leroy representing the Orlando Sentinel.

M" -XXXKissimmee -- recent flower show in Orlando or per. Lesley continued his errorless in- Kissimmee's line up was as follows:
has the
greatest number haps it is just the forward movemen fielding record accepting two more Pitcher, Bob Buckels; catcher Arthur
t' of pretty girls per capita of any chances without casuality. Holloway Bullock; first base, Richard Bandy;
y';:' town In the state; and we dare Orlando which Kissimmee has taken duringthe Crumm, and Lesley had to enter the second base, Fred Lupfer; third base,

1". or Tampa to come over and make last!< few months and it may be game without warming up as tkdld ? Emerson Squires; short stop Rudolph

itt! that the roses themselves carry an transportation facility had become Walker left field J. Wines' centerfield
ut prove inspiration inherent but whatever it enmeshed in various kinds of sand in Clayton Yates and right field
-- XXXI numerous detours which delayed the Arthur Steed.
The man who wrote three years ago ill, the municipal garden which Mrs game three quarters of an hour and
I a Steed has so carefully looked after is SAM STORY LEADSIN
that "Kissimmee is well on its way to resulted in considerable "warmingup"
10,000 population" has not yet been stimulating private'citizens to follow of the assembled Winter Gardeners HITTING THE BALL

J able to put his physical finger on the suit. May that fever become ragingly team.and The the whole rest of infield the Kissimmee was thereon Following are the batting averages

.h' people whom his imaginative eye was epidemic! time however except the first to date as figured by Johnnie

....; vUloning. They will come, however. -XXX- baseman second baseman and third Schmidt, the mathematical fan :

XXX LOCAL RED CROSS baseman. The Winter Garden fans Sam Story _______________ .429
-- CHAPTER ENLIVENED and players were most patient, however Gordon Bullock nnun__ .400
UI ... "AND NOT TO LEAVE THE and stood for the long delay in Lawrence Chubb ____n____ .386 FINDING the style of shoe 1if
I ,ti OTHER UNDONE" (Continued from Par One) fine spirit in spite of the fact that Lynn Holloway ____nun_ ,350

I of temporary relief, was not in sight their last game with some body else Ted Adair __________u__ __ 334 peculiarly yours is like finding '

( The Valley Gazette heartily approves -, Plans for these activities, therefore had resulted similarly. Sam Prather ________u___ .286 the right girl; doesn't have to
I Holmes' Prather ____ __ __ .273
the determination of the Legislature ;| had to be postponed until such future When the game finally did get -
1 time as the need is more universally started pitcher Bower gave Lesley a Leroy Lesley ___ n n_____ .267 be done over again. Perhapsyour
1 to clear the state's good name
Leo Wilson ___ .222
and Bullock unnu
promenade ) bunted getting "intended" is-
from the slime cast on it by the aw- Tonv Rotundo .1 J7
I I The home hygiene courses which to first on a fielder's choice to nnu.u
ful conditions exposed in certain con. will he offered in June to the women catch Lesley at third .and stole sec D. N. Alvey ununun .090

t vict leasing camps. It joins with all and girls of Kissimmee and vicinity ond. Holloway bounced over the Russell Crumm _h.U_ __ .0(53 THE PARKWAY

It its force in the demand that punish- '' are proving popular. In addition to pitcher to second' and Bullock took
the three dozen high school girls who third. Holmes Prather went to firston
be meeted to those
ment out
responsible want to take the course!< a number of a long fly to extreme right field,
for the horribleness discovered, club women and housewives are anxious MorinlBullock.. Johnson drew a base LYLES V. STORY & CO.
a>< well as to those who ;inflicted the for the date to come. The in- on balls everybody advanced on FREE MONDAY & TUESDAY

murderous castigations on fortunate struction whicb these courses giveI Beuslcy's passed ball and Adair fan- Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes
prisoners. I I I are invaluable in the home, and may nod. Hoylc Pounds formerly of KiiRimmee AT itoiiKitsorrs
save n life when emergency comesand struck out and Arnold wentto
But this paper urges' the legislature the doctor doesn't. .\ trained first on (n hot liner, Pounds takinghis LIFO herb Medicine to anyone KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
to "hurry up." There are marc nurse and teacher will be furnished' running job for him but not having the following complaints -

things to be done by the legislature by the national: organization! for this walking at it aa Adair stopped tin : Stomach Liver, Kid- I,
'Icouise, which consistsof, fifteen lectures neys, Biliousness or Indigestion I I
before, adjournment than clearing ; act by petting the next two batter'shigh I
up 1 and the local chapter will pro- fouls. Dyspepsia Constipation Sick FOR THE NAN WHO CAJUS: I .
caae _
this' There is'some tax relief III ,"
-.. ', vide the maintenance. is feared.I Crumm ,was hit by the pitcher Ro HeadacheRheumatism> Pains ..............._.__..._ ___._..-.a: Jl
legislation; needed something must be'that there' is not enough money in tundo sacrifice*, bunted and Chubb! in the Buck or Side, ,Sleepy - - - -- -

done i in'regard to the cattle situation, 'j t the local treasury to carry these I ell" grounded: out to second Crumm came: drousey tired all the time 'f

t the, state budget]; i is, to, be agreed on +I: Bonn. -as far as the 'exe<,lbve commit. iome'"'on Deasley'a wild throw to 1,1 FO is the greatest Blood
i ,.
t wishes and popular desire will Purifier i" known to mankind
and(settled, and a real reapportion 1 jteu'I demand,,and, thereforo it was decidedto t.'hird, Lesley was hit,' and went out I" MONDAY, at Koberuon's Pharmacy ....... _. n J'
at oh Bullock's to
-T' ment amendment 'is' to be submitted, adopt the same plan that has been shortstop.second Walker made grounder first on a we are ,riving: one bottleof
or;should be. operative eWi vwhero else where the Lifo Blood :Medicine FRKKt'
left( field hit, Wilson) popped O'i1 to Orlando.Mattress
, Is the legislature going to use all its I H>'J CIOHS: has,; put on thet>c courses Bullock Cooper and Trovillion.tiuclc! every Person having: the FactoryWE
fin the lac! 1 comnii'1! T-le 1,100m"nion",1| .
> ;; plan i* complaint!
time on the Tabert case and let the out, Holloway groundf'! 1 out to third'
in brief allowing' : those who 'are to I LIFt I <) iv n pure' Ileib Tonic, No REBUILD
and Puithcr went to first on a ernte"I( YOUR
other important mnttt-r haiif1'It .
'go; do to nntribut to the Alcohol' other
'u ( hnpliifund or any injurious
fell' hobhliof hU! t\T\\\ \ '<-, ,J' hi'son!
cannot afford to do this. It mu I the normal fee of two d'lllnrs drug/ -fi it CUll be given t'> the COTTON HAIR
rather thud!
Walked. took "n :n e'- FELT :MATTRESSES
6 see that; and it should get busy on for the entire course, which sillen For !by lit a, l ley and I came homo on \\<>;ike,t. It I is made to work
these : other also. h. BOX
things BoVr'wild pit< Adair took first : SPRINGS ETC.
I I 1',01"'le fne. OM' The crurses :. < : !"- of all diseases.! We have con- ,
The Valley Gazette heartily c')ni- "olutclv free, there should] IK no In-, on balls and want ,out Pounds with Cr.imni lit' n enough' / in thipiepara- -- -
1 Walker
mends it for what it has done but in undcn>tlndilJthat/ feature. [but t'n'! on a doubli'ny, ]) C to tion to let you (be the, Juige.
ta Tiovilhon. The I half of
r the language i" Scripture: "Thorpe voluntniy .ntribntion ft*.it in <, provides I I Phone 801 500 W. South Streetf
the third inning/{ was ju' r
things ye ought to have done and not means for enabling: soTieonci ) long| as a short, piece of string, Bowyer LIFO MEDICINE COMPANY f
fls to have' free the ORLANDO
L to have left the others undone." ,i which< same course\ amt| It./ Pounds Mtl'ikinout and FLORIiASpalding's
the donor Tree
Arnold line flying to Bullock. L .
The time is passing rapidly and, Alias -
|I Crawford the
11i surprised com-
Hull was given the I key to the pitc},- i
*( surely it is not expected that (the iriittte: i en by telling then that th-re, et, 'a box ill the beginning the

Governor: will be asked to call. a still. exists the same need for, swati.s fourth and fanned Rotundo./ Chubb I i . _-. ,- -q -.. -
I winch "
; i special extra session! immediately following was current during the hit through short and Lesley got to Il I -- -
war, and! for the same men the' c it'-t-
l first\ Trovillion's Bullock I
I t I.;, the adjournment the last of while fighters the .. on error.
present suft'eurN'ot \
forced Cbubh at third with hunt
this month for the I of gettin : in the tranches this a
purpose im"< b-it in and llo'lowny'! ) grounded! out to firnt. I
the legislative relief in other matters the harder firrht for health when the ('. Pounds struck out Beasley flied

which must be given. i interest of the people 13 not S3 apparent out to Johnson, nnd, Walker roundel:
---xxx--- I ns! it sons when pitHotic impulse out to Lesley! who barely saved him- I
was!< rt fever heat. Men in t the
self a iumrhnir, error Prather struck
: !
I'' : REAL CO-OPERATION: IS NEEDED have, need for sweat: ."s, an I I'the out, Johnson hit to right field, riairflil.'d
rational BasebauCoo'dsJust
organization furnishei'the !
: out to s-econd, and Crumm followed -
'e. On another page of this issue of the yarn. This work will; l'!-t' under suit to right field. Wilson
itnlcen this
Klisimmca Valley/ Gazette will be \Vork section summer bv the Woman's struck out, Hall flied nut to Chubb
Mrs. .
Howard An'ler-
I found an excellent article sent ouf bj' !:, on was! nominated'; for the chairmanship polled who aviated Trovillion's for the ball, and Lesley .

the( Florida Waterway Traffic of this! important put of the The sixth inning pop-up.noted seven hit

League asking for co-operation in its work. far the Ccnvpuiiehers" and five runs

f effort to convince Congress of the importance j''noncr-The, work of the Red ('ro"" during Tony nrted it on a liner to 1 fret, ,

of an appropriation for the Red time Cross is rdinirihlv Courier s-t forth, in Chubb beat out a bunt. Lesley del received a large shipment of
a per'o'lual' devoted -
out to center field, Bullock hit thiough.hoit .
deepening ali I widening the Saint entirelv to the nrtivitic. of the
Holloway went to first on a
Johns River channel between Jack- nrp.-mization.inspiring.,: Th": It is interesting! and lint fly to right field, scoring Rotundoand I Balls, Bats Gloves Mits and all
sonville and Sanford. )'i committee Chubb. Prather beat out a hit ,
The Valley Gazette is heartily in decided! subscribe(' for a dozen copiesof to; second, Johnson hit through short,
the magazine,: to be sent to th var- other
accord with the movement and will ious physicians i and dent,>t" for use scoring Holloway;: Bullock and Prather, anJ Adair home brought with aflv paraphernalia necessary in the

use its influence into every quarter on their' waiting room tallies, for the o't'r'sccon
where it may be possible to attain 10bulls reading rooms at the Chamber of at third and Crumm fanned. Bowyer National Game.Remember .
( Poiymerce and the ,
looked for by the League. library and for and Arnold fanned and II. Pounds
| clorgy. If the people of KRim-:: Rotundo
flied out to Johnson.
However, the Valley Gazette would mee once R-et infused with the !seme'enthusiasm grounded -
L' not have the effort cease with showing whi'-h the field'spn'tath'e out to second, Chubb got a two these
logger through/ second Lesley flie.1out are Spalding Goods
has, and which the
the need for the upper Saint Johns executive to right and Bullock to short.

deyelopment. It will be recalled by !|[ committpe in pnrt' absorbed there are Tony caught n long fly of C. Pounds' and (
,, n number of phases of
the Florida Waterways Traffic' life in Kissimmce which community will he and Beasley got to first on Holloway'srror Spalding's means THE BEST.

League that included in the project'I strengthened I and the whole city will of his grounder. Walker flied
out to Johnson and Beasley wont out -,
: for which congressional appropriation react to the happier more hopeful
on a douple play Johnson to Crumm.In .
+ was asked for a preliminary survey attitude service.which comes with the spiritof the eighth inning Holloway filed

was the Kissimmee River development out to center Prather to second and

so that this part of the' state WONDER SHOE SALE Johnson got to first on walker's er-
e* STARTS TOMORROWA. i ror. Adair hit through first and Fred
could have water S.
transportation to I Crumm struck' out. Wilson struck Gilbert
Lake Okeechobee and front that to S. Gilbert's wonder shoe sale' out, Hall popped out to Holloway

both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf starts, tomorrow and will continue as and Troviljion tanned In the ninth
of.Mejclco. long as the shoes last. The prices at Rotundo went to first on error by C. -

which these shoea will sell, as out- 'ounds. Chubb filed out to center \>, ,
The Valley Gazette ia heartily' in *cord lined elsewhere in this issue, will un- field Tony tried* .to-. steal third and II< ... ,.
'* ,with'tb' .'de penlnC'''of,the' Saint ltV;brI.'A' orowdst ,.tbeMainstreet didn't:make it, and Lesley flied.out $,. }<, 1\ or, f ., \

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......... .,4 .................. FREE'MONTH'S' CAMP' nf E'P EK8ON8 'WAKES'- ft tfteV.the d... .. ig ollle't&Ph4.I. .

+ I .DEBUT IN.MAY Mt'8 COURT A.definite spraying' schedule 'win d*.. .n. .
; K E P ORT' FOR: FLORIDA BOYS 1ot --+- n- pend'on the amount of rai& -.... ......... a'1- .-... a ''''1'' "
: yoN r mfaiJoner 1A., S.'Gilbert; given locality.' If the season Is very craft

Official BnUstinof daily tern-?* Stance Fw x.......'** Bets to hays regular' judgeof' the- mayor's"'court, wet the interval between sprayings eAL Wmn."vsslaasee-p rtyv ,

.peratnre-and precipitations f urnished -{* Montk'a. OuU>K At Uncls 8a.'.,, was out 0 by the, KJuMtmniee Co-:* Eip.ns. a" Their ProfIt f Commissioner Howard M.' Kitty who whereas, if is moderatelydry .
0 e U. S. Weather Bureau had heard some interesting sociological this interval' be lengthenedto FOR. BALB-too acres toed pastureland
Mr*. Nellie Cole has sold her homeon Station for the About 800 Florida boys between and highly colored esses much may near Bt Cloud. For quick" awl
week ending three four weeks.
His as as or ... .
f 0 per aore. Writ. H. IX WUllaia,
Bryan street to W. ,L. Matter. o Thursday, May, ,; the ages 'of 17 and 24. will have the week before in the absence of Bordeaux mixture, 4-4-60 formula Wauchula. Florida., 8-tf
opportunity this to take a toner. Three cases were They
is recommended and it is advisable to
New York Life Insurance Co, SamL rM months outing at the expense of the were up to Commissioner George W. FOR RENT
Date .M1n.Prcp.; .use in addition, 1 pound of resin fish- .
local representative. .
Lupfer, Friday.' Apr ,27...." liSt .09 government In me of the Citizens Persons, who so far has successfully i oil soap to each CO gallons of the preparation FOR-RENT-Nine room house, $41p.rmonth.

Mr. and M.... E. L. Lesley of Halnes 4 Saturday, Apr 28 W M X>4 Military Training Camps. These escaped bench duty. to increase its .spreading and ." Phon. No. e. or call at lit
CIt1. lllted in Kissimmee yesterday. 4 Sunday Apr- 29.89 68 trace camps WIll be held August 1, to Aue- One Wjoodson Meuse. colored, was sticking qualities. ., Habbett .trt. between ten and "

4 Monday',"Apr ISO ,..&9 61 .00 wit 80, si the following? places: Fort In court upon invitation of Night It Is very important that this? spray twelve o'clock. Sl-ltK.;
--Fumlahed.Flat' for ''W ,8.Uarrl. larrancss, 'Florida; Camp McClellan<<; Marshal Charles Prevatt who actedupon'
'rent. < 0:Tuesday,: May 1.85 60' .00.1 ing for scab be kept up thruoui the FOR RENT- -room bungalow lust *ffIXxl ? '
.. Gazette'' office. 14UMiss 4'Wedn'day, May 2 ..87 63 .09.1 Alabama, and Fort' Bragg;, North Car- the advices- another colored months of May, June and July; and, Highway. Inquire IT
4 Thursday May .3 ._.72 68 2.04 4 olina. boy Lloyd Walker. Lloyd claimed ,if i conditions are favorable for'the ''la .Ir...&. l ..ttWANTED.
Flora Sten f Bucyrus, Ohio 4 Readings are 'made at 6:00 p. Boys that have not had previous that there had been a fracas of some development of the fungus, one .1

faiths guest of her sister, Mrs.' L M.Xenon 4 m for the preceding twenty-four 0 mliltary training may enroll in the sort in which a perfectly good pop 'I I should be given in August..prayoIng If .

,-ot 304 Lillie avenue. *. hours. red courses providing they pass a bottle had been ruined such ruina the orchard does become infested all ,
t 35c children ALLISON T. FRENCH. physical examination and are of good ion having occurred because of 'Its' the fallen leaves and husks ahould be employ a lady or gentleman agent In
Shaves, 15c; haircuts, ; 20tiMrs. 0' Co-operative Observer.* noral-character. All the expenses coming In contsct'with the 'side of (I(I removed the following winter and acleanup' KlaSlmmeVatkln* Pro 25c; at Casino Barber Shop. while in ramp are borne by the. eov- his head with said Wtodson Meuseon known and our l..p.o- .'
.4 ...4...6.....e.0 Marshal spray of bordeaux given be- pis .yerr..her. ..
ernment also the both the handle end thereof. j
transportation fore the starts in paruou'ir.
C. E. Ball of Sanford is in growth spring. this Full
The examination Prevatt had witnesses
Kissimmee this week visiting herdaubter Mrs. Helen Perdev is at home ways. physical a pair'of on and valuable, umples sent free to
must be held before going to land for corroboration of Lloyd's hustlers bu.ln.Vrli. ; ,
camp Women clubbed together for. individual mean *
Mrs. W. J. Steed. after six weeks' visit inTar
again a but today. The J. R. Watkins Company.
and the
at expense of the applicant story they were not working at
pon Springs with her aon-in-law and group and community good, of Dept. 5$. :Memphis Tenn. rl-4te; "
Summer sport sweaters $2.6011; but as this can be held at home the corroboration that morning, each Slkton St. Johns \
daughter Mr. and Mri. Geo. Nickles. I county were respon- oJ
colors at McCAULEY'S.S Her two Misses expense will not be l TPat. Dr. II. S. claiming to have been in the vicinity sable for the raising of enough-money IF YOU do any kind of farming in 4
the for at the time of the bottle- :Florida The Farmer
Geiger is examining officer alleged in their you should read ;
Doris and Ruth Helen, returned with neighborhood to extend their and Stockman which drain with clt-
Mesdames Edgar Kate Walter Co this locality.. [busting, but both claiming to have school two months
her. longer than the rue and truck farmlnir. live' took, .
ble and Roy Starbird, combined business !. Boys that enroll In the red course been otherwise engaged at the time, regular! term this year.dve poultry and dairying. send for tree '::

with pleasure in Tampa Wednes The best investment you can make are in no. way obli nted' to( military unable to have seen the occurrence ample copy or Sf cent for three ..J

day. is a New York Life Policy. Better service and can not, under any circumstances hut admitting having heard a rumbling month. Yearly (subscription, fLOG twicea ;
three years H.OO. Published
than a''savings account. See Sam be called into- military of some kind. Judge Persons! month. Address The Farmer and '
Bathing McCAULEY'S.for ladies Lupfer. 14-tfc service' because of their attendanceat not finding any one to. swear to the Stockman No. 10 H Newnan Street s

and men, at one of these camps.If reaspn for Exhibit A, which was a Jacksonville. Florida.. ,lltfoMISCELLANEOUS

Mrs. .O.csr Smith who has been you want to take this free out. bump on the complainant's head dismissed ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McNeil returned visiting her daughter Mrs. Ethel Ing or would care to know more and passed on to that "'

home Wednesday frbm a twoweeks' Kate, during the winter is leaving about the camps write to B. C. Riley of Rawley Williams also colored. > TO LOAN-Itepreaentlnir a

'visit to their daughter at Fort today for Chicago to be the guest of General Extension Division, Gaines Now Rawley was charged with large Corporation with unllmltedjmoney

Myers. another daughter Mn. T. P. Mulligan ville Florida.FIRST having struck one Rhoda Williams at Us disposal, making ar.tmortgage \
loans ten basis
on s.
You can buy a summer suit and hat ,, who recently visited in Kissim : and Rhoda was there present. She at Attractive Interest rat..year.., If COPslderlnic 11'J \
TRUCK was not called to testify however any extensive remodeling,
cheaper mee.The MET ALL THE TESTSII. as Williams pleaded guilty to the new building operation or the re.financing .
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best investment can make and assessed and of your present business.,
of .Winter charge $10
Miss Anne V. VansAgnew.
I additional 1 will
P. Suhl, Kisnirnmec inventor ol FOR SALE requiring capital
of this Is a New York Life Policy. Better costs with the alternative of job
few a
Park spent a days the Six-Wheel is elated' he Kind to confer with you confidentially. -
week with her cousins Mr.'anel Mrs.G. than a savings account. See Sam Suhl truck with the city for a period of fifteen FOR QUICK HALE-Necessity knowsno C. H. loan! t' West Church J
P. Garrett. Lupfer. 14-tfc over the performance of the first i days. lie paid the fine. LAW, and, the Landed Interests ot Street. Orlando. Florid ll-4t
truck completed by the manufacturing The third that of James the "'""ater A Carson Grocery Co." ;
plant at Vero last week. The case was must go. Prices right. Wee J. M IF YOU do any kind of farm In* in'
White kid slippers at reasonable "Pork Chop" Kelly who was the Duncan. :21tx Florida you should" read The Farmer'and '
prices at McCAULEY'S. Frank Woodall expects to leave truck was given! its initial tryout and guest; of the city by virtue of the fact Stockman which deals. with olt
Kissimmee Monday for Patterson according to press reports met every that he had been accused of carrying FOR 8AJ.K-The Havls stock of groceries ru. and truck farming. live stockr 'I'
Mrs. Alexander Akerman. Miss Eugenia NewJel'leY.l.wbere; be anticipates entering test in satisfactory manner. Five concealed The and fixtures known... Thelndepend.'nt poultry and dairying.Hend' for free .
weapons. weapon was IS cents for threemonths.
sample or
Mrs. 1 At ZUni the Business Colkge of more trucks are expected to be turnedout Orocery store Invoicingabout copy .
Akerman ,
there ll.QS
and The Yearly ;
andall so was Kelly. judge $700. J. M. Duncan. 21-x .Ub""rlr.tlon
of Orlando were visitors In Kissimraee that city. He will make the trip with in the near future. read the charge. Clerk Gilbert swon'the three yeass. IJ.CO. twice
this week. i Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Havens/ riving Built on a Ford touring car chassis witness. He then FOR HAl.Jf.v..r' pieces of propertylorated a month Address The Farmer end '
the them.Exeongrellsman. of replied near Orange Center: sumpImproved Ktooktnan. No. 10 Newnan, Street.Jacksonville. .
career the Suhl truck has tho speed, a '
having it, and Judge Persons assessed In Florida. tt-,, !
and some unimproved
all hats at ?
Attractive prices on with the ,_
touring car carrying capa-
James'' VcKfriney, him $15 and costs,, or the jail lots of from 10 to 160 sores Will
Mrs. Woodbeck's Hat Shop. winter :city of a ton truck together with alternative. Kelly smiled and heaved sell some of It for forty per cent of At Paradise Corner 1v:
who has been spending the 'greater pulling power than either. In real value. All good land for either I now remain. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Hancock of Miami Lakeland, was in Kissimmee Wednesday I tests to date the truck ha snot stalled a sigh of"relief as he bubbled "thank citrus fruits or truck. T. It. Moor. Home people call 1|
were in Kissimmee Wednesday visiting former friends, Mr. and I loaded you suh, in a tone which indicated Orange Center Florida. 21-ltx Orange Center .
in sand it is .said whether or
visiting. their brother and sister, Mr.. Mrs. ,, H. W. Bolcc. He attended this empty." The inventor and manufacturers that he had expected a sentence of FOR 8AI..H-Modern 4-rooni bannnlow. By that real Old name.I '

and Mrs. W. J. Prevatt. week's lancheon-mectnig of the claim that by applying the six six months in, jail twice a year. furnished; bath room; garage: 3 cRy' am hero on a visit .\
Chamber of Commtrce.Mr Ford lots; 13 bearing citrus trees. Inquire TTndernrath you'll Hud
For Sale: Breakfast room tables wheel principal to a ono-ton SUMMER CONTROL ,V. J. Steed or Ilox 63 Saint 1 My name
truck its load capacity can l be increased Cloud. 20-tf-4x Heaven Is home- ..
bed room sets oil stoves, refrigerators and Mrs. Herbert Inman and FOR PECAN SCAB my \, ,
to two tons at touring: car speed! But you can't reach that !
etc. Call 220. Mr. and Mrs. Ezell drove up from SECOND HAND GOODS bought, sold I By wireless telephone '1:
Winter Haven Sunday afternoon to Pecan scab fungous disease which and repaired. The Casino. 14-tf : ,
Mrs. Fred Gilbert, who has been in bring home Miss Martha Belle Harris DATES SET FOitCI11U'S MEETINGS Hft'ectthp/ leaves a twigs and nuts of t t-ix-i t,
for -
the Orlando General Hospital principal of the school in -
grammar be controlled :"
pecans can by sprayingwith
several weeks is being welcomed that city. Miss Harris' Wilson 01i"
department County Agent Leo II. announced bordeaux mixture according
horn o this week by her many friends. closed for the'term last Friday. this week the time<< and.| place Dr. O. F. Burger of the Florida Experiment ,

For Sale: Breakfast room tables, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Trashier for the citrus meetings to be held on Station. .
ted room sets oil stoves, refrigerators leave Kissimmeealoday; -or tomorRow '! Wednesday, May 16. The first hotel one The disease: may be identified by a AMERICAN
will take place at the Graystone dark .
Call 220. green smoky superficial growth;
etc. for their home at Briatow, 1owa. ..
at 9 und the second afthe city which is
in. confined rounded
a. usually to "
This Is their seventh winter in Kis- Theatre Thursday Night
Dewey Sumner who used to "wres simmee and they will return again hall in Saint Cloud at 2 p. m. spots.. On the leaves! the spots are
tle" with type in The Gazette office fall. the Spray materials! insects fertilizers slightly raised and vary in size from '

some years ago, passed through: the with next their They friends are, Frank making Wells trip and pruning and kindred\ subjects will bt.discusucd / very small to one-fourth of nn Inch in CHARLES, RAY in "SMUDGE" "

("'+v Wednesday afternoon with his by specialists from the diameter. On the nuts the first I
wife and baby family, of Arcadia. Florida Experiment,. Station and all appearance of scab is similar to thaton $17.00 Doll Will Be Given Away J'a:1 I

growers are cordially invited to at- the leaves that the affected
Motorcycle Policeman John Bron- except And Other Valuable Prizes r
One lot of sailors! at $1.25 at The son met with a painful accident Sat tend one or both .of thee meetings areas appear sunken in the green. .
Hat Shop Saturday and Monday.Mrs. urday when an automobile collided -- - -- tissue. PRICES '
J. I D. Woodbcck. with him. The car was in front of TO CREDITORSC. Spraying with bordeaux mixture for '
him and he sounded his horn to this disease ia entirely a preventive! '
pass. "
George M. Taylor is consolidating C. Davis of the Independent ;i;
Th driving the turned to measure, and does not act as a cure
? woman car
of and Main last Saturday
"Itq two .stores Emmett Grocery Company

streets, !in the 'old Dollar. Limit location the left instead foot was of the crushed.right andBronson's DrDrir.son made voluntary alignment, of his I -..- -T I sry'I
on Stewart avenue.A stock and fixtures, for the benefit of
says he will be "InH up" for of the
his creditors ito S. B. Owen
beautiful line of travelingOhats three or four weeks.Superintendent Tampa Association of Credit.Men

nt n great reduction for those going \ C.: E. YbNvell left The inventory of>, "stock and fixtures

away, at Mrs. Woodbeck'a, Shop.' *I yesterday for Gainesville to ,attend Is understood to, approximate $700

of Jacksonville the mcetintr of the executive commit' with between $300 and $400 outRtand,
Miss ,Mnry Jefferson
will arrive SuJOssimmco tomor tee of the Florida-Education'-AsHOcij-: \ fin" incurrent.accounts; 'The affair
row to spend the week-end with herr lion which is in session today. Dr. arc in'charge'of J.' M., Duncan.) TO I

other, 1>11'''. M. L. Breaker. Joseph l opnu I', presl'ent! of the OB CITRUS"BELT NEEDS RAIN
-- -- social inn. has i'?uo.-l :all imp an ontiiely now nil to all executive loninittee mi-m- Tampa :May :tt. -liiin: is needed ov .
linn of hnprK nnd flowers, for the, stating' that n "program! of 01'.1 IM mostf the citrus belt according I '
girl; (*ra.luut... All pricc-i reasonable. 'ulii. n" of vital in-)pn'b'1.'r te<> [' ? to n crop survey made by t the Florida I

-- -- ,da eluca: lon i is t<> be pne>e.11.J. Citrus ;)(,'hallj(" Weather bur, aurepots II I a
S. P Owen Mjcretnrv of the ( :-pdit
I indicate that the scntte.nlnhowers
Men's Association of Tampaii' -. 'n Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Sears and l JohnL.
1 Ks-"immrp! Turv coniultlrg with O\ ?r",lrcpt are I having today for of the pant week have ben :

.1 M! Duncan) local represt-ilal've: ;' of (,iain"KVillo. Tho two gentlCnl"n| will (ontirfly insufficient to have any bene- Paint and Varnish Products
t'lfett ;
,. (fie'ul' on citrus. Some drepl)11of
the :"' Aodut 'on. attend the Filth ," Dav c-i-lclnniion !
fruit is. reported', though trees ,uegertcially I
t' of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity !
A Ii"Yndorl( of Saint Cloud, wist'limacting in "good 1 condition.'
return to
:Mr. OvuiKtfti't<< expects to .
1 busings in KIAHI.I; ; .nu'_ Kmsmimee for Monday's ml'eting:' of GRAVES; -DECORATED-- -- ON:- Prevent Destruction ,

Tin-day. i the County rojiwins'.iorittr'! *, while! the '
CO'I'I'lHm.T"1J.IOIU: : ;: I IL )\ .\\ .

curh'u'lh Budge T.birthday M. -Murphy----Sunday.celebrated April his 20.! COngressman tn I'alulka and and Mrs.other Sears points will in the goon 1\I1.s' Jean Culdwell.1, Mrs, Ros-, I 1 . 49 ,

interest of some importnnt II'/A'n-/ Graves and :Mis. 1. W. Thompson
born Princeton, I
Major Murphy wrm ,
i-i Unite.l o'i: 1I
the l D.iug-hterri>
Now Jersey, nnd has resided in Kis
ing. and Mrs. C. J. 42't 1
the Confederacy, Fripp
"Imml'(! for thirty-six
eiinmce about a week. carried quantities of beautiful flowers
--- --
you don't buy your dry goods to Rose Hill cl'meter1.on Memorial! 1I
and shoes" at McCAULKY'S, you and Armstrong Perry magazine ot Day April 2B, to decorate the Confederate -
and Radio Soaacout Commodore
There eighteen;
I both lose graven. !
-- Boy Scouts of America who has been veterans buried there I
in Florida writing magazine .. t .
Mr. and !Mrs. William Wiegman, -
who have been visiting their brother, stories with headquarter in Kissimnifp B. AND) P. W. ( !.leU WILL

A. F. Kritz for tho past six months ; will leave tomorrow with ELECT OFFICERS Tl'ESDAI j
have returned to their home in South Mrs. Perry, for 1Va Bend Indiana much pleased ail on the fifteenth for rtsHiach, Next Tue=day evening. May 8, at
with Florida. very Austria to attend (thr World Confer 7:30: at the Chamber of Commerce, I s;, :
-- rnrc of Y. M. C. A. Workers for Boy (the civic section of the Ki ,.imll1e(' aqa _

Ask for information on the New Mr. Perry is congratulating himself Woman's Club will! serve dinner to I

York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- upon securing return passage on the the Business and: Professions! "" 0111-
fer. 14-tfc (giant Leviathan which will sail from en's Club. Following the dinner the

Southampton on. July 17. regular May meeting will be held at I Can furniture
Mrs. Edwin Pound of Jacksonville, the chamber r<,om'l. This meetinjr ; your

ii'rivrd' Monday to spend some time EASTERN STAR l 1MTIATRS: TWO will be election day for the club, anal I Ia the
t :-siting her parents, Mr. and )Mrs. J. full contingent of officials is to be daily
H. Gilbert. Mrs. Pound! is convalescing Most enjoyable was the meeting of. chosen. o ; y r
illnens and! is hereto -- --- - I ?
/ from a serious the Eastern Star Order No. 64 of damage of .living
recuperate and regain her st ength. Kissimmee on Thursday night at the '

Fraternity hall. There were two can-
You can get fresh shrimp, boiled, didate.i initiated. Misses Lucy Lunfe Lakeland May Construction 4 Constant use of your possessions
work is rapidly progressing on the j ji
the lit DuPont's week. Cafe almost any day in* and Kitelle Persons. A large delegation new 75,000 packing house here of I J.,,. (ci) brings down on tables and dressersa

was present from Winter Park the lakeland Citrus Growers'; Association. rain of blows. 1
-- a disfiguring( j
Mr. and !Mrs.\ Richard B. Johnson Orlando and Saint Cloud. The hal The building i is to he of hol- 1

left Wednesday night for Jacksonville and banquet room were artistically; how tile, finished in buff stucco along i _\II' *; p A hundred articles stab, slash dent
decorated and
a sumptuous I ti--
having severed his connectionwith served by Mesdames Plano Spanish lines. It will be one of the s batter and hack till the wood is pitted .
supper was -
the Casino theater in Kissimmee most attractive, as well as most modernly i
where he has been secretary and Katz and Duncan.IIOMEMADE equipped! parking houses in I .' and marred and the value is gone. c

chief for the three Florida.
operator past
Devoe Paint and Varnish Products ,
in ----- ------
months. He will probably locate : 1

Jacksonville.The The Ladies' Aid Society of 'the TEACHERS EXAMINATIONThe : : prevent this destruction. They give
Christian church will sell home-made I
leading life insurance company candy and other sweets at reasonable State Board of Examiners will m your furniture a charmed life. Blows

of the world New York Life. See prices, Saturday afternoon and evening meet in .eesburjf, Lake Countr' Florida iMiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiurSUtU are warded off;beauty and usefulness y

Sam Lupfer agent. 14-tfc in front of Kata's! store. on .May 15th all 192.1 exam- preserved throughout yean of use.
inations for. grades of teachers'certiftcntl'lt.
Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Frankford WQOOYAUD MOVED F

who have been visiting their son and 21-2t C. E, YOWELL Co. Supt. W. B. MAKINSON.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Stroup, I have moved my woodyard from

at the Stroup farm at Fish Lake 616 Brack street to 121 Main street, The estimated yield of the 1922 Kissimmee, Florida .
since February, left Klssimmee .Wednesday where am-still prepared to furnishmy crop, of leaf tobacco in the United Ytmr FmrmHmrtf VMS t ...

for their home ,in Novingw, customers'with 120 veneer blocks States Is placed at 1,325,000 pounds. Devoe Mirrotse Stata iaVaraiihDevoe gttrrelaeTr.d.eta 1 1't

Missouri. They are very much infatuated 15-Inch; delivered for $3.15; 12-inch The production of Europe not Including / MlrroUe Natural VeralttMSO r

with Florida and the Kis; blocks $2.96. Split for stove-wood, Russia Is estimated at 325.000- rve Mlrretae Baaaels t ( "t{ .

..Immee.etfon' in particular, and guaranteed full strand;., 15-inchfo 000 poulll .+*There were ten time as '
will endeavor to dlapo..,of their bold' fS. S; 12.1nehfor' $3.15>T Get ""yon many farmers. egrowinR' 1 4

.In.. .. in Missouri'to,return".and. make. winter's -supply'1 ltow,.;;;;:AIL"; .delivered j Germany-la, '1922tba01iW1Kthe: ,

their. home in. ,"this,section",, *." Phone ,81.: .J. BonID r, 12-tf. yeb. . for. the,war-. ,

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HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTE .- Citrus Grower. having any' r ,
spraying problems) theeedays T
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4 expected results from the' use of
VOLUME 1 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA MAY 4. 1823 NUMBER 16 "bordeaux-oil" which hat' been, so Pure' '
highly recommended to you?

Editor___?_____.._____Fred Lupfer THE JUNIOR-FRESHMAN PARTY lights And with yon say the you bordeaux-oil figured you spring could
Send out their'warm welcome, to us spray
Editor--Albertm Broaio
for Jun that happy night. -just one sprayng and wipe out
I Freshmen a party
Reporter. gave
all the dUeases and- insect pests affecting
Ninth Grade____:..._*._____In* Phay bon dignified And after having cheered each classwe for the entire tea '= '
{s. Tenth Grade.Lucille: Griffin And which tone had the best, time Is went our homeward way, 'your grove. You can be
Eleventh Grade..Delia Ledbetter difficult to decide, A crowd of tired children, but still year?

jJ.:{ Twelfth Grade,.Kathertne McKay For all of us went 'cross the lake, all feeling gay. A,J. G. Well,too right much there from Is where expected of it

Overstreet o'er to Paradise Isle, sure
Dept.Eleanor ?
F. and Prof F.
CLUB Or. O. Burger
And young and old you may be sure .
t. we are all happy, for we have only; wore a radiant smile. O'Bryne were heard on this very sub.dieeaeecspeci
tour more weeksof school and then Last Friday afternoon the HenryW. listThe former is plant

t vacation time will be. here. Just to But as it was a kid party we dressed Grady Debating Club held its reg- the Florida College .
f- think of the good\ times we shall have like children wee ular meeting and the following sub- of Agriculture, and the latter 'is This beverage-Jcc-coU: --a blend of pure

this summer makes us work Just And in, our braids", and curls, and ject was debated! nursery inspector of the State Plant sugar/ fruit flavors and other choicest
twice as hard as we have been doing socks sight to see. Resolved: That_the exemption system Board.
we were a products from nature-U ready la the
benefit to the
j So that we may go camping, fishing( Miss Leitner I did notice first in short has been of great They gave some worth-while' point patented bottle which is the most eaaltary .
or hiking this summer with carefree dress and in braids.In Osceola High School. ers. Read them
," hearts because ,we have passed our hair ribbon but not in socks, a Those on the affirmative were: 1. In spring from one. to two package that can be made. It comet
examinations.Last sweet sixteen she made. John Sanderson and Doyle Davis\: weeks after the blooms (tot citrus) front our absolutely sanitary plant when
while on the negative were Carol drop-use bordeaux-oil for the con-
bottle i* sterilized. Buy it by the
Monday morning in chapel! of the teachers seen Makinson and Clyde Harris. Both : trol of the disease known as mela- every
The next one and keep a few bottles on ice at
making case
Professor Shaver told us all about Mrs. Makinson sides brought out many points, nose.
f the big revival that is going on in And was if had but seen her, I'm sure this ope of the most interesting 2. If you want to spray for scale I home.Delicious .
r : this town. He told us what a fine that you you'd have run; debates we have had this year. The or whitefly, particularly, use an oil
t preacher Rev. Grant is, and wants us For she brought a pepper-mint stick, debaters showed the amount subject- emulsion. (But it is not necessaryto
I to attend the meetings, but he doesn't and wore her hair in curl, 'aration they had put on the spray for these insects in spring.) n sr y,
want us to drop our essons There She also wore a ribbon, bright, just but we hope that there is a little room Don't forget the fact that the ff 9t
: are meetings in the afternoon so we like a little girl. for improvement.After spring spraying is mainly to control -
r N can go then apd study at night If the report of the critic, Mrs. melaJQOse Insects are doing little r

I we do this we can get the good of the Then olin Wyckoff came in and she, Makinson, the judges had a long discussion harm at that time and are not num- \eTrjf
meetings and keep up with our les wore socks and a short dress, and decided the affirmative erous. It is necessary to spray the I'
sons too. Let's all go, but first let's A rather strange little girl she made, had brought out six points and the fruit (very young fruit) when it is
,. all work, then we can enjoy the meetings I do confess. negative a half dozen. forming or when It's' very, very J'Bottled
when we do go. And all the pupils there were dressed Mr. Cason then gave a talk on the small-in order to coat the fruit with Drink
like little girls and boys subject which had just been debated.As the spray material before the disease
THE FRESHMAN-JUNIOR PARTY And quite a few had brought with we had a little time school has come in contact with the very

One of the most enjoyable events them, some very childish toys. was dismissed Mr. bet'ore. the I tender young fruit.
a of the school year was the party affirmative and Mrs. 3. Bordeaux-oil is_ not intendedand '"
given by the Freshmen for the-JunIors Clad in this style we all did meet negative, and they debated the following never was intended-as a sprayto
last Friday night We all met down at the city dock subject: completely control both diseases
at the city dock at 6 o'clock and the And loud the steamboat's whistle Resolved: That the State of FlorIda and insects.It .
arrival'of each person caused shoutsof shrieked, prompt at six o'clock. should do away with the rural will control melanose and scab,
I laughter. Why? Because we'were We all then climbed aboard the boat. school inspectors in the State of though, if applied properly and at the

",. all attired in the costumes of our that took us o'er the lake Florida. right time.
early childhood. Just imagine Miss And while the boat plowed steadily, There was no decision as to who The "bordeaux" in bordeaux-oil is and Refreshing
I, Leitner in a cunning little checked we all did merry make. won the debate, because each of the to control diseases caused by fungi.
gingham dress in which she looked debaters declared that the other had I The oil is used for its dscouragmg

very doll-like indeed, especially so When we got to Isle of Paradise a won. effects on insects. And here comes Coco-Cola Bottling Works, e_

;. with her long tresses hanging down few went for a swim, SOCIETY another pointer- KIssimmee Florida .
her back and tied with one of those And there we stayed and played aboutin LANIER 4. The "oil" in bordeaux-oil is to ,

fascinating little red bows. And our the moonlight dim Many interesting things are donein HELP control insect pests in th. -w----w.----
1\ dignified Mrs. Makinson appeared in And had the most fun diving from a the Lanier Literary Society of the grove. Mind you, to HELP controlthe

a frilly little blue gingham dress and great big motor boat Osceola High School. This society insects.
II her brown curls were the envy of all Into the waters of the lake where we meets every other Friday at 3 o'clockin 5. If you desire to use bordeauxoil -
of us who had straight hair. Mr. and could swim and float the high school auditorium. Here in spring, remember that you may I
Mrs. Shaver went along and looked the roll is called, the minutes of the have to spray with oil emulsion to
after the kids and were very careful But Caroll for unknown reasons, must previous meeting read then a short control insects about May, or even
that none of us fell overboard. On have been confused, is given, after which the later. PAINTING PAPER HANGING DECORATINGPIERCE
the trip over we played games and For she forgot her bathing !suit, so critic program, MiM Leitner, criticises the You have heard of friendly fungi,
chased each other--and can you believe Professor Shaver's used; the kind that help you fight certain & KENTON
It-Miss Leitner and Mrs. Ma- And now you must believe this, for irogram.Last' Friday all of the member of I insects. Then, here s another pointIer -
kinson had a scrap with two of the it fit her to a "T," the society took part in a spelling KIS8IMMEE
other little girls over a big stick of But how on earth it did it is quite a match, but as the bell rang: before the 6. The bordeaux in bordeaux-oil is, A POSTAL CARD WILL DO

peppermint candy and they won! And mystery. match was! completed, it will be continued as said, to kill fungous enemies. Well,
If several times the little girls almost at the next meeting. The it does! not know the difference between ..
I quarreled over the big Teddy bears. After a while the supper bell rang members of the society voted to get a friendly and enemy fungi. So - -
We reached Paradise Island about out co loud and clear pin so the committee is busy it kills both. (But it is necessary to I
dark and after landing we quickly That it brought children running from society choosing a pleasing design.SPLATTER use it to control melanose and scab,
L donned our bathing: suits for a splash places far and near. because these two diseases do more
in the lake. Immediately after our For' we were all so hungry that we harm than the friendly fungi do BASS 'CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

swim a delightful lunch was served, felt like the dead, good.) Now, in order to balance up
consisting of salad, pickles' sandwiches And would have given/ our kingdomsfor Arthur Bullock in current event for the killing cf friendly fungi bv CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
cakes, and punch. By this butter and some bread. ass-"A whale was washed ashore bordeaux in the bordeaux-oil, the oil
time the moon had made everythingas at Daytona Beach the other day and is put in the bordeaux-oil spray. STONE
bright as day, but on the journey But better far than this, we ate, upon they found a collar button in him Because the friendly fungi are set WOOD BRICK ,
f home a great black cloud rolled over the boat that night with a 'J' on it." back for a time by the bordeaux, a STEEL, STUCCO
the moon and rain began to fall. But For sandwiches and salad too, were Julia-"Oh, that was! mine"Jeanette"No few insects spring up. The oil in the N. F. BASS JACK BASS
L it did not trouble us; we just retired served bv the lamp light : it was mine-" bordeaux-Oil spray? tends to hold themin 322 Royal Street 515 Sproole Avenue
to the cabin and went on with our But after supper all aboard! we }avid-"No, that 'J' was for Jonah check, and it can do it fairly well f
fun. started home again, ," this early in the season when the insects ,
I After we reached home once more But did not go so very far before are young and not numerous. _.
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we were tired but declared that it had caught'by the rain. Teacher-"Class, I will now tell you But you n ust not neglect that sum
been a wonderful experience to cheat a secret, Rebekah et Elizabetha Bunt mer spraying with an oil emulsion to

Father Time and become children The rain had ceased and through the puellae malae. control the insects which then are J "" Tb. c>> "" p S oa'z
once more. dark we saw the dock's bright Pupil-"Yes, it is 'tetill a secret. numerous and not so young.

-- No use for bordeaux-oil spray after
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the spring spraying And re-
I spirit is equally essential to the har- buyer of. desiccated, and fresh member, a bordeaux-oil spray can Store and Cla. e' Licensed Funeral Director'' .
mony of the home, and business local eggs, but today Germany has drop- never-l'JEVER-take the place of .:.
: STATE MARKETING BUREAU national and international affairs.t ped "out of the market and Great the regular oil spray to control Insects --- A SlMmrm SymfolkttU, 5-.... It 1t.J..J i

.4 ) is the one process for avoiding all Britain the United States and Spain in summer. . SIrt A..".. Alt..!.rase. I'll'
he social ruptures from family rows rank as'the largest purchasers. in the Spray your citrus a week or two* -
_. Minneapolis, Mlnn.' has. constructed and neighborhood quarrels to great order named. after the blossoms drop with bor- ,Kiu...... ; High Grads Aibilaici$ SinrtM at Can

160 courts for men and women to industrial strikes ,and world wars. deaux-oil, and melanose is controlled. Offs: In PHONES Residence 1g
pitch horseshoes in 26 neighborhood ---.--- It is sometimes said that as much Spray with an oil emulsion in May
parks. Mexico is becoming civilized. Re- liquor is drank now as before prohi- (about that' time) and scale and
cent reports from consular officers bition. Before national prohibition controlled.
;. Bellingham, Wash., will hold in indicate the widespread and increas- became the law there were 213,000 whitefly are
: May its fourth annual Tulip Festival.A ing popularity of baseball. In Chi- open) saloons in the United States and 666 relieves Consti-
special feature will be parade of huahua, for example, there are three all observers agree that they did a quickly Gazette "Want Ads" Do the Work
\ some 5,000 school children with a parks in which 15 teams play almost rushing business. To ask the public pation, Biliousness, Head-

hundred or more floats and decorated daily. The same situation is encountered to believe that a few thousand bootleggers aches. Colds and Lagrippe.
automobiles. at Vera Cruz, where on Sun- I law breaking moonshinersand
and all -- -- ---- --------- ------ --. -- --
days holidays
practically piratical smugglers can dispenseas .
United States weather .
bureau observations "
/ available space is used for baseball much as a quarter of a million;
at Williston, N. D., show It has been stated that base- busy saloon is a little too much ofa
that in July, 1917, the highest tem- plaring.
I now more popular than bullfighting strain on the credulity of the ave .
; perature was 109 degres above ,
and is given more in citizen. Rich but
space rage misguided men
and was the only month there in
newspapers and reckless .I law breakers may still
which frost did not occur.
i; drink some bad booze and suffer and
The United States Bureau of Standards
frequently die from its effects, but
During 1922 the output of automobiles -
Washington, D. C., acts as a
most folks of this have
i was 2,334,790 and 242,975 trurks. quit
t' It is estimated that 1923 will showa clearing and house for information on radio and they are proud of it. The section I
large increase. At the present rate compiles each month a list hand, the wage worker, the clerk and I
of references
to radio
a. every family in the country will have icdical literature. current These lists per- scores! of other groups of fine but
I' ,, a car and some will have two. published in the Radio Service Bulletin who frequently once divided weak their and foolish earnings peoplq with

i. The Velvet Bean is the title of a revised a monthly periodical issued by the saloon are not doing it any longer. -
edition of Farmers' Bulletin No. the United States department of com- 1d
h], 1280, recently issued by the United merce. The bureau has published a .
r. ''States department of agriculture, large number of technical and scientific Supplies of peanuts are much lighter -
j Washington, D. C. The velvet beans papers on radio subjects and has in all sections of the country than
f, one of the most valuable products also issued a series of publications they were a year ago. Most sellers
f of the Florida farm. g describing the construction and operation in the southwest are already closed
of several types of simple receiving down for the season because their
1 The city of Mt. Pleasant, Mich., sets which can be constructedin stocks have been exhausted. In the '
i; finds out that it will cost that city the home. southeastern states it is reported that

I \ f, $39,750 to retire $15,000 water Im- I stocks on hand are less than half of Value Rises Like a Spire '
Plant immigrants from for-
provement bonds issued in 1892 owing many those on hand twelve months ago and .
: to failure to make proper pro- eign countries are described in the every few days a new shelling plant ,
vision for retirement inventory of seeds and plants imported cleans its
of serial bonds up stocks. Crude
;;: or a sinking fund method. by the office of foreign seed and is scarce. At the ports of Seattle Overland ascendency has come surely and steadily. i

plant introduction, for the period of and San Francisco alone during the Fifteen of experience have given this new and I
( Most of the rubber for automobile April 1 to May 31, 1920, just published period from October 29 to April 3 years
'r, tires come from British possessions- by the United States departmentof total of more than 6,000,000 pounds a better Overland a plus value that looms spirelikein

East Indies mostly. Some comes from agriculture. This inventory, an of Oriental shelled peanuts and 1- its field. Overland value i is creating record sales.
f t., Brazil and from the in Africa. historical record of
Congo promising
crop 000,000
pounds unshelled
.' This is generally of inferior quality, plants secured by the governmentfrom imported. The tariff on peanutswere We are squarely behind it with all the fervor and

> from wild trees. British rubber is all parts of the world during 4 cents! a pound. Exports peanutsis of confidence so good a car inspires. ,
_t. largely from cultivated trees. About the period mentioned, contains a wide nuts for the year ending Dec.pea-21
70 percent of the world's tires arc range of products. Many of them 1922 totaled 12,621,202 ,
a -
made in the United States. adapted to Florida. Copies of the inventory of nearly 2,000,000 pounds over ".telt for WHIfi-OvtrlmJ AIl"t;,...., I. Tie -1I1t.r1o( Evtnlmf P.rtIlse
which is No. 63, may be obtained those of the
Dr. Frederick A. Cook, the Arctic preceding: year. Canada -
by writing to the Departmentof
with a total of w'
explorer not have reached 10,788,293 pounds
may the
Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
peak of the world, but out of Fort is' the leading receiver of American

+ Worth, Texas, where he Is presidentof i It is said that China is the largest peanuts. ---- ,
the Petroleum Producers Association producer of eggs in the world and ,
It is not
usually profitable to havea
y he has reached the peak as a that she exports most of this product. tire
; consolidator, his company being made Despite the great poverty of the retreaded, as most owners who .
i average -
keep an accurate account of their
e up of 313 other companies with a rec- Chinese farmer, it is estimated I err: !
expenses can testify, but it often
ord of selling $137,000,000 of stock. that he supports approximately 350.- p525dal.
possible to give a blow-out shoe
Cook and of his associates a wring
many are
000,000 laying hens each
which .
year, lease
under indictment by the United States produce the of life amounting to 500 or even
enormous total of 26-
.two grand million Jury. people It is said bought that stock.more than 250,000,000 eggs, enough to make a out 1,000 patch miles over by putting the inside It Is blow-surprising $M Jt oN"f" tS2J '. Utl All frlttt /. e, fr, IW./e. .
necklace of eggs large enough to how
M long it will last, and
i' The week of May 14 to 20 la to be reach While around the earth 33 times. when the tire does give way it will t
' j" Arbitration Week. The slogan is"Learn a large percentage of these not be at the patch, but at some other LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE
eggs are exported in their original
point Excellent inside blowout
to Arbitrate. patches -
object is
state, it Is estimated that about $12- .
be together and eettle can made by cutting up an old -
: disputes .1
000,000 worth of
dried also
are shoe .
'without going to the court*. Arbitration sent, abroad each eggs into-sections of suitable length PMVE ANlDVERLAND-
I year. In former trimming off the bead and the.treajrubber AND REALIZE nm"DIPFEtZNcst .
,carried pn In a fair and'friendlyQ
#? days Genn China'
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'*: In'Circuit Court for th* Sv.nteeiith Under and 1y virtue of a deer'offoreolosar : ISSUE IMPORTANT CHALLENGE FEATURES OF CLUB BUSINESS ,
Legal Advertisements : Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, and ami. rendered and suet t :GAME COMMISSION
I > *" -.,... for Oaceola _Count".Chance tend. MI-July' lit""; "IS., by. the The' trustees 'of Southern College Arkansas farm boys and Mrls belonging .. .

a.e. ".4>... Anderson. ., '''plaia tier .iOsoeoU Cattlepaay. Charles O. Andrew*. Judge of the Clr announce that they are ready begin to agricultural extension clubs R. E. L. Chaacey Enumerates 'His
a.... .>.. .. a Florida Corporation and cult Court In and for O. .la County .
i OTIt.-O.t'JI' '..U"" .' Arthur B Donegan. defendant To Florida. -Chancery.. In a certain work on the building of the dormitory are learning to manage many of ths ReaaeM For Aevecatbig State
} .TItA; Arthur B.:: Donecan. and all whom Itmay cans In' said Court pending; wherein for men, M soon aa the Mthodist -. business and parliamentary featuresof Caste sad Fish Cesssdasiesi *,

'the CI..o sort of: the' Seventeenth concern Notice, Is hereby given John .Wilson Edwin R. Wilson and O. people of Florida and their their clubs without the customary '

In Judicial Circuit of tb. State of Final hat .tinder Judgment and"by recovered" vlrute of la'the a certain above A.will Lmraoa and testament, aa Kxeoutors of Thomas' of the Wilson last friends make good their pledges .for 'aid of the county extension workeror The creation of a' Department Of

Florida In '*n4 for Osoeola. County In case by..the aaid' plaintiff against the _deceased were complainants, )and Ar-, ;Christian education. - other adult local leader according Game and Fish under the jurisdiction

.Chancery. K. D: Ouloe, Complainant aid det.ndants..ntered'en the 14thday thur B. Donegan. Pat Johnston KlsslmMee The unpaid pledges amount to more to reports to the United States department of the state is being strenuously advocated

Verses ents., Foreclosure Walter sum of filii..' a* shown in Final William JL Potter were defendant, the
that pureuant.te a"flnal 'decree rudgiaent bock.t No. 1. page 110 and undersigned will offer'for sale and sell -that those"who' have 'fourth-of-the -clubs in-the-state-con- Flab.Prot cttve-AtaoelaUon. of which
entered in this caus on th* 1st day of under and ',by vlrute of -th* Writ ofExecution to the highest and best bidder for cash.In made pledget will redeem them with ducted their elections<< in 1922 unaided R E. L. Chancey, Tampa attorney, is
May' ,' A .D. ItSS. I shall offer for sal (Issued on said Judgment front of the Court House door In in the thirty When thisis president. In
an4i.ell. at public outcry for cash I* : next days. by the extension agents; over 200 .,, action
dat4) the lit day. of September A. D. Klsslmmee, Florida between the legalhours legislature
done the building of the clubs-held their business by the present Mr.
hand to tb. highest bidder at the front 1020 the undereis ned. as Sheriff of Os- of sale, on the 4th day of June, program meetings ,
door of the Court House In Klaslmmes. cola County Florida, has heretofore. IMS. the following described real ea college will be resumed. without adult help. Chancey enumerates the reasons for

Osoeola. County ,Florida, on the, th ant 4th Inked upon and will on the Rul. Day tate situate In said Osceola County,., This new building Is' an absolute Member. of 160 clubs relieved their the favorable action sought by the association -
Monday In June earn being In May. A. D. KIS. same being th. 7th Florida, to-wlt: necessity in order to take care of the adult leaders of the matter of seeing as follows: rt
day of June 1SSS, during legal
day of May, A D. KX1 between the "All of Sections eighteen lay, twenty
hour of ale.. the following described legal hours of sal. In front of the (20), twenty-two (IS), twentyeightSt largely increased student body expected that members kept daily records of Florida under existing laws, is
property. situate In O oeola County Court House i..imm..Osce- ( ) and thirty (SO): all of section next fall. It is to be an .x- the farm and home enterprises undertaken : fast becoming gamelesa.

Florida Deaerlfitlesi to-wit AlLots : ola County Florida4 offer for oils and thirty-two (IS) except the Northwest act duplicate of the handsome dormitory ; this was looked after by the Game is one of the great natural ,

On. '((1) Two'(I) Three sail cash to the the interest highest of and the best said bidder ArthurE. for said quarter section of :the and Southeast all of section quartet thirty-of for women and will be located clubs themselves. and the books cols assets of the state. i

Four (4) In Block Bight (S) Donegan In the following described four (14).-all being In Township. SS directly west of the other structure lected and turned over to the extension If for no other reason. It should be
of the South Florida Railroad Com located in Osoeola South, Rang SI East This conserved article of food.It
of Kle property County announcement from the trustees agents at the proper time. Thirty as an .
of the Town
pan) Survey. Florida, Vis: JOHN S. CAD EL, should send a thrill through clubs able to hand in furnishes wholesome outdoor recreation -
elmmre CIt,. Florid., according to Lot 14 of Cap Breese Addition to' ...lIt Special Master In Chancery. every were daily record
the Official Flat of said Additionon Klsslmm City, Osoeola County, : heart and arouse every lover of books from every member. It is to the citizen and visitor.It .

file In the office of the Clerk of Florida.Also 1SOTICH1 OF ELECTION the college! and young people to do customary in boys and girls' club is a drawing card to thousands
the Circuit Court of Osceola County
: Th SH of the 8% of the his utmost. Some arc paying up work for the county extension agentto of visitors.
Florida. NW% of th ;aw of 'Section Notice Is hereby. given that election
14. an -
Br their for the entire five solicit and enroll members but Posterity is entitled. to its just In
earrltlsi Township 26. 8. R. St Br will b* held In Special Tax School p'edger )'eus over '
All of Fractional Bectlon Thirty.Three Also: -Th* NW% *t the BWH of District No T, otherwise known as the some i>re making new pledges and one-third of the Arkansas club heritance.
(II) lying North of ShingleCreek the Section -41.'Township !6. 8. R t i B. Mulberry Sink Special Tax School District certainly! all should bring.their pledges managed this feature for themselves!! With its vast territory and natural
It being .
( runs)
as now
Alsot Th Btt of the NW% of Osceola County Florida, on June
covers Florida could be made the
to In in the state ,
Fractional North half of said Section'Township SS & R II B. 4. A. D. IMS at the Mulberry Sink up one community every
In Township 'Twenty-five (SS) Also: The' NW% of the NEK: of School House, to determine who shall It will be a small matter for the boy and girl eligible for club mem ,greatest game stats In the Union.
Houth of n.nlf. Twenty-nin. (t') Section S, Township SS 8. R. S' E. serv as school trustees of said district people of Florida to turn in the bership is enrolled. Game conserved is a revenue pro
East. .Containing 14 acres, moreor Also The BWU of the NEU: of i for the two years next after the amount needed to insure the building These farmers and homemakers ducer. '
lessUnder Section ISTownship SS. a R. S( B. election and to fix the number of mills
the term' of the final decree Also: Lot Sd and (7 of Plnedale of district school tax to be levied and of this dormitory, which Is an absolute raised $3,288 toward financing The sportsman pays for its conservation .

...Description above described being a> subdivision of Section J>, collected annually for the said two necessity within the next few club work last year the largest -Jie pays less as it disappears

to satisfy ss the amount A will due bt under sold first the Township. SI 8. R S> E. years.' weeks, if everyone will 'do his duty. amount contributed from any source and more as it-multiplies.

decree and the property described as All> of situate the above In Osceola described County propertyelng Flor- : The following to serve persons as Inspectors are herby and appointed This is a call to pastors collectors in the state the total amount of county Pennsylvania in the last season,

Description B will not be sold unle.. 'clerk at said election: and other workers toi ret busy stimulate budgets txing $3,175 and the sums derived a net revenue of more than

the said property described as Description Ida.This. the (th day of April. A. D. ItSS. J. A. Mlnnlck B. O. Hancock John all parts of the Christian educa- donated by business men totaling $400,000 from its game. Florida last:
A does not brine a sufficient sum L. R. FARMER. Schmidt Inspectors: B. E. Haven clerk. tion organization and do the about 2000. Of this season derived net, less than $65,000
to pay the deer_. Including costsThis As Sheriff of Osceola County, Florida By order Board of Publlo Instruction. thing money $1,700
the tnd day. of May, A. D. ItSS.EHJ8 17-6t I Osceola County Florid. April S. A. L>. right. : was used in sending selected club from its gsme.
F. DAVIS. IMS. H. M. KATZ Chairman. Some of the money due for Christian I members to agricultural abort courses Florida hunting license is higher -g

KRIBBS Special* STEED.Master In Chancery. fa the Circuit Court for the Seventeenth Attest: C K Towell. Co. Supt eV Sea education is in this community and 9919 in paying expenses of judging than any other state in the Union- x

Solicitors for Complainant. ".U Judicial Circuit of the Stat. of FloridaIn SlNOT1CB t as it is in every part of the state teams. game and law enforcement.produce

Depler and for Plaintiff Oeeeola"..County.William James O. Ken-H. OV ELECTION and prompt action is called for. It' participation in executive revenue high license does not '

NOTICE: Of MASTER'S SALE. n.,.. Defendant. Damages 21100.00. No- may mean sacrifice on the part of features of- club work it ii In at least one eountnder ex

tic. of Institution of Suit and Summon Notice Is hereby given that an election some to meet their obligations: but felt that the boys and girls learned isting Isws-not a single resident license *
Notice Is hereby riven lhatunder and will be held In Special Tax School
to The State of Floridato I
Appear. issued for 1922-1928
by virtue of a flnal decree of foreclosure William O. Kenney No. &00 American District : otherwise theKlsslmm "with such sacrifice God is well fundamental principles of cooperation was sea I
mad. by. the Jndge of the Seventeenth State Bank Building Lansing o.Sh nOonwrh-I\ pleased." and citizenship aa well as bets

Judicial Circuit of Florida Inand Michigan, and to all whom It may. concern day of May A. D. IMS. at the Wlllson Dr. W. O. Lemasters, secretary. ter methods of production conservation son.As game gets scarcer the sports s
for Osceola County. In a certain Building, to determine who shall serve
Notice Is that suit from the
: hereby given a man gametes county
treasurer Lakeland and farm and home goes
reported a noticeable ,
cause therein pending wherein OeorireW by. attachment Instituted In the a* school trustees of said district for manage
FOB was complainant and J. W. above entitled court was, said being the two years next after the election increase in remittances re ment. .f j. to the county where game is found
Miller Jr.. as Administrator of the _. entitled aa above set forth.cause The suit and to flx the number of mills of district cently. Let the good work go on __________ and soon It, too is gameless. t
tat of J. W. Miller, .._.ed. Marlon embraces the Interest of the said William school tax to be levied and collected and let our Methodist people andtheir CITRUS EXCHANGE REPORT When Florida was admitted as a 4
R. Millar Oscar Bass, also known a. annually for the said two years. a
O. Kenney in Lot I of Block SI. State title to its vested lathe
Roll Pass, J. M. Duncan.' a. Truet** In according the Plat Of the subdlvls- Th following persons are hereby friends come to the help of the game was
Bankruptcy of the _tat. of Rail Baas, loa of Klsslmm Park. Ocola County appointed to serve aa Inspectors and trustees in response to their calL Tampa May California ship state to be held in trust for the S
Th 8t. Jehns Cattl Company a corporation Florida, and recorded among the clerk at said election: ments of valencies which have been people; it is an important trust and
and Georsre W. Mann were record of Oaceola County Florida, In H. N. Bratton. J. MePhatter. B. O. should not be delegated to the several
respondents. L as Special Master appointed Plat Book 41; and also the Vans Agnew Inspectors; 8. L. Lup- RURAL COMMON SENSEBy held back by recent rains are moving
In said oause. Have taken following personal property, via: S fer Jr.. clerk. in greater quantity now and will counties. s
charge of and will offer for sal before work horses and harness; S-horse By order Board of Public Instruction probably affect prices for Florida or. The Florida Came and Fish Pro
the Court Hones Door In Klsslmmee.Klorlda. Osoeola County Florida. April S. ( Spuds Johnson) teethe Association to view
wagon; 1 mowing machine' bar ; urges yon ;
) in 'western markets next week
during the legal hour of sale, 1 I plow\; 1 harrow and 1 lot of I"n.Jfarm A. D. 1SS. Last week I told you folks about anges the game situation in a bread statesmanlike -
highest Attest n. M. KATZ Chairman.C. A. general sales
the George
on June the 4th. ItSS. to Implements located the Northweat : says
on and
cholera the I Scot
and best bidder for cash, the following Quarter of the Northeast quarter B. YOWELL Co. Supt. and Sea hog way protect my manager of the da Citrus Exchange manner.
described real .atat In Ocola and th* Eat half of the Northeast lI-it business from that plague. Now I In his weekly citrus market Deliver us from the narrow provincial yt
County. Florida, to-wlt: All of the quarter of the Northwest quarter of think I ought to tell you how I man- views which would leave the
NBU: of'NW%. and the NW14 of NKH.and NOTICK OP sTPBCIAa. KOiai.ATIO review.
Seotlon twenty-five Township twenty- age to feed and bring up my pigs and situation in its present chaotic condition
fractional NKtt of NE14 of Section Western markets were barely steady
six South. Range S* East of Tallahassee ('
It. Township If South Ran.. 10 Kast Meridian, Oaceola County Florida Notice I. hereby given that we wiltapply shoats since this Is the time of year last week his re ,
'1' on oranges
and also th* 8BH of NWtt. and 8WH You are hereby commanded to be and at the next session of the State when we have lots of such animals says
of NEW of said Section Is, TownshipS appear In "th* above entitled cause on Legislature, convening In April. IMS. to care for. view. Grapefruit prices remained SEBRING HAS RECORD YEAR ',
South. Rang SO Bast and being the th. Sod A. D. list. Witness for a law authorising the City of KIsslmme practically unchanged. The prospectsare _
name lands convoyed to the said J ,W. the Honorable C. O. Andrews as to Issue bonds, for the purposes You know about the first principle that prices will be better in west Sebring. May 5. -Citrus 4
Miller by L. H. Cohoon. .t ux. Oct. .. fudge of the above Court and as mentioned In Section 1.01 in Iga is to never let them shipmentsby
name week
my stun ern next on grapefruit, the Se Citrus Association
110 Ira Wetherbee. et U.. May SOth.ISIS. aa Clerk thereof on this the ttb day of General Statutes to an amount not exceeding get Start them right. A ring
James K. ux, April37th April. A. to. 132$. J. UOrerstreet.Clerk fifteen per cent of the assessed mother sow that is in good condition and lower on oranges. have thus far totalled 800
1111 and MJrrtle Llghteey, et vlr.: of the above Court. I''It"h all real lt.ndo.K': : property Eastern markets were active and can or 115,000 boxes, exceeding all
when the and is that
: the I Acopy pigs come kept
Keb' SStn. 1 1 deeds recorded respectively **
(Circuit Court Seal) the last of the received ha
I stronger on oranges records. Prices vs ,
In Books It. page U. Johnston A Garrett.Counsel of said proposed law can be seen wane mighty apt to be followed by previous
iiookan.." pair B8', Book 44. pages for Complainant. SO-lOt at the offices of Messrs. Krlbbs bunch of fine-fat--and sleek pigs. week. Grapefruit was active and been most satisfactory says ManagerW.
SS and 10*. In the ofnce of the Clerk of Steed. City Attorneys. a old strong during the first of the week. L. Crews. About 75 can of high r
the Circuit Court of Osceloa County. A. K GILBERT As soon as pigs are enough Prices held firm over Thursday and fruit remains to be shipped by
.. Clvralt Cevrt. Slate ef Fln... grade '
Florida, to all of which reference Is J. )f. HANRKLL. Mayor Pro Tem. about two weeks-I teach them to
her made, all of said lands lying and .-._..h JaeUeial vtreto... OseeetaCewBty. President Pro Tern of Clt y Council. eat shorts and corn and peanut meal. Friday.It the association.
'a Chancery.Charles IS-St is estimated that 1.SOO cars of
being In Oeeeola County Florida Deed
H. Orantham. Complainant.vs. This is done by putting it in a trough +4
at cost of purchaserI.BWIS California valeocias will be There isn't, never has and never
with milk. It will not take ship
O BRYAN. many
Special Master In Chancery. Ola B. Orantham. Defendant.It time. to them to eating these in the next twenty days. win be a deadlier enemy of nan than
PLEDGER DAVIS appearing by affidavit appendedto NOTICE I. hereby that sealed get cars California navels will go forwardin the housefly. Swat him quick and
Solicitors' for Complainant. tl-It the bill filed In the abovestatedcause bid. will be received by the Board of Feeds. Then the pigs should be puton the same period. The majority of swat hint hard. The more killed in
that Ola B. O rant ham, th* defendant County Commissioners of Osceola County a pasture with the old sow aa
the California valendas it is now reported the lea millions to be pestered i
therein named. Is a nonresident up to ten A. M. Monday May 7th. soon as they are old enough to run spring .
NOTICE Oil' APPLICATION of the State of Florida and is a ItSS. for Installation of water systemon about wiU run in sizes of"176s and with in summer. ;
Is week
resident of Douglas. Georgia, that she the North side of the Court House about well which a orten smaller.
In the County Florida Court. Osoeola Ia over' the age of twenty-one year.; square.Specifications. '. : days after they are born. Grass- Florida citrus shipments last week
County State of In R*: Be- '
It Is therefore ordered that the said
can be obtained from is for
green grass- very necessary
tat. ot Johnnie Roberta Bronson a were 4+7 cars and 610 cars
non-resident defendant b* and she Is the Clerk of the Circuit Court. animal. oranges
Minor hereby required to appear t* the bill B. L. IX Overstrset Chairman. rowing grapefruit a total of 967 cars as
Notle I. hereby given to all whomIt of complaint filed In said cause on or Attest J.LOverslreetClerk.: IS-St When the pigs have followed the compared with a total of 982 cars the
may concern that JL Mary D. Rron- -
before Monday the 4th day of June A. sow for seven or eight weeks they
aon. as Guardian of Johnnie Roberta D. ItSS. otherwise the .allegations of preceding week. Florida citrus ship..
should be weaned. After weaning see .
Pronson, a will on the loth day BUTCHERING DEMONSTRATION .
.laor1 said bill will b* .taken as confessed-by menta to date are 22,687 can oranges
of May, A. I>. I.... apply to the Honorable Said defendant.It TEACHES VALUE PURE BREDSA that the pigs get plenty of pasture and 15.523 cars grapefruit a total of
T. I* Comer Judge of th. CountyJudge's Is further ordered that this order shorts and meal and skfmmilk.
Court. In Klsslmmee, in said be published once a week for Four in Colorado reported ruleai-and- 38,210 cars. .
. county agent Below I am giving some
County at ..O'clock A. or as 'r
consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmeek'alley
Coon thereafter as the matter can be Gasette. a newspaper published to the United State department of ed to me several months ago by my SMALL TOWN PESTS StII1S' EItctrIc PadI"II

heard for authority to soil at private In said County and State. agriculture a convincing method he county agent. They are good. .
ale the undivided on.-slalh Interest This ISth day of April 1IU. bas used in furthering the better- 1. Doatj neglect the pigs at wanng The Aggressive Bird who Packs a '--WI .. ... 1
of Johnnie Roberta Bronson. a Minor', ...
In the following described real .. al. J. L.Clerk OVBRgTREBT.Circuit Court. sires work in bit county. A botcher- tine. Chip on nis Shoulder and Hollers e..t.v.y'w--

In said County to-wit: (Circuit Court ReaL) Ins; and meat-eutting demonstration 2. A stunted pig never helped to Daily About his Rights should Ease e.y f
AU of Fractional Southeast Quarter I*. W. NELSON. was crren with two marked hoes, one raise a mortgage. Up en tbe Sassy Chin Music and Let .r-: =t WehRNwag.a-sls.lalsi 1IN

).((8EU and Fractional of Section Section ThirtythreeOS Thir Solicitor for Complainant. 10." a purebred Doroe Jorttrand the 3. Provide a good pasture plentyof Folks alone- With his AggravatingGab .._ _. .

ty-four ($4) In Township Twentyis other a nub red bog The bop were akimmilk. mineral matter and it's No Wonder Folks hand him dMYeNetla'elssnTrMseta

(M) South. Rang Twenty-nine MOT1CB FINAL or ADMIMIsrTMATMjX DlSClLUUia Foil weighed th4o\:riatifhtared and dress sherta (or corn or peanut meal, and the Hot End of the Poker when they .....MI 364.: ......lM

(II) Kast. Fractional Section .d. and weighed ....... The live Iota of pure water and exercise. I Get a Chance. eou ava.M" q
Also All
Three (S) and all of Section Four la the Cosvrf. .*? Gnats ....... State .< weight of each hog was practicallythe - i
(4), except .th. South half (S") of ........ O.*.. ee..t,- same. The dressing; percentage ri

the Boathwear Quarter (BW*). Of bred about
of the pare was Tpercent
In the Estate of K. D. Mailer, deceased
(IT) South
Township Twenty-eeven
than that of the scrub. The good
Rang Twenty-aln (St) Bast. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN! to all More t
will be bled upon whom It may concern that on the SSth hog figured to be wotth '2.10 more

the Petition for sale now on nle In said day of May, A. IX 'f- I shall Judge than the other. This was but a fraction .
to th* Honorable T. Comer, w
Court. of the difference in value between .
Dated this Ivth day of April. A. D. of said Court. as Judge of Probate formy 1ifi
ItlS. final discharge aa Administratrix the two hogs, however as the

MART D. BRONSONKRIBBS of the estate of B. D. Malloy, deceased pure bred was but half as old as the
and that at the earns time I will -
Solicitors*for STEED Guardian. ll-t my final ount.4mlnlatra- scrub hog and had consumed much Uniformly The
trix of. said estate and ask for their less feed.
approvaL' The meat-cutting demonstrationwas .'.
1'f000C.' or APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL .. -.' ..
Dated March A. D. 1112. .
ACT HATIPVIHO CHARTER OUIDA MAJJ.OY McKEE held in the auditorium of the

AMKNDMHNTa TO THE CHARTER It-tt Administratrix. county school and more than 500men 'l ,
or THE TOWN OV KISSIMMcDH and women were present. The ) r ?i

CITY. Notice I. hereby given that the undersigned two carcasses were cut into the varIous ....

TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: i will apply to the Honorable C. cuts of meat showing the superior .
Notice I. hereby given that the City O. Andrews Judge of the 17th Judicial quality of the meat of the -
purebred Take
Commissioners of the City of Klsslm Circuit, of State of Florida on the Slat Why Retailers
mee will apply to the Legislature of day of April. A. D. 1 Ul, for Letters hog.
the State of Florida at It. ....Ion to Patent Incorporating Klsslmmee Athletic -
b* held In the year of A, D. ItSS. for Association a corporation organ
special or local act ratifying, approving iced not for profit. The general business SeSANITARY The Wrappers Off
and confirming the Char- to be transacted by said Association
far Amendments voted on by the eltl- shall be to provide,, sthletrc" fields ,
ens of the Town of Kleslmmee City. and foster and encourage outdoor ath- from '
at the election held In said City on the letics. IT Retailers almost invariably remove the tissue wrappers
sixteenth day of December A. D. lUll PAT JOHNSTON. ti than does
it sells far faster
amending the Charter of said Town ofKlsslmmee R. D. KATZ. fruit because when unwrapped

City, and In and by the J.A. WADE T. FRENCH TUCKER. USE wrapped fruit. With wrappers removed most advertised fruit ;

aid proposed: amendments special bill as will recorded provide In that the SAM L. LUPFKR.: JR. DAIRYCO* then take its place humbly alongside other fruit the origin of

office'the County of the of Clerk Osceola of Circuit and State Court of of 18-tt MILK 6* ICE CREAM which is unsung and unhonored. J

Florida, pursuant to the provisions of NOTICB TO CREDITORS
R. O. 8. 1131 shall b. taken and accepted -
as the amendments so adoptedand I. Cecil .f tb.. Csiaty Jeesre, OaecolaCesiaty IT The outstanding exceptions are those with, either "BLUE ,
In and by said special bill will state ef Florida.
11 marked
"A. F. G." according to quality electrically ;
further provide that all the proceedings GOOSE or
with reference to the adoption of In re Estate of W. C. Baa*. Deceased. each. Those marks can be removed only by peeling. A
the skin of
aid\ charter amendments shall b* and To all Creditors Legatee Distributees
are "a..d.t.dL approved and confirmed. and all Persons having Claims or They even follow to the hotel restaurant or household table.
This the lith day of March A. D. Demands against said Estate: .
1.n. You and each of you are hereby t
A. R GILBERT. notified and required to present any Mya GOOSE" "A. F. G." fruits.
H, M. KATZ. claims and demands which you. or ,I When consumers demand "BLUE or

O. W. PERSONS.. either of you. may have against the I cannot be fooled by substitution. Hundreds of thousands
It-It e.tat..f W. C. Baas deceased late .,
Klsslmmee. Osceola County, Florida, to of frienda have been made for them by advertising: more are

JVOTICB OP1 SPECIAL- LEGISLATION the estate undersigned, within two Administrator years from the of date said ATTENTION being made daily.' Their demands must be satisfied which Is

Notice Is that I will ''herssf.Dated March 27th. A. D. If JS. FATHERSSanitary the reason discriminating dealers everywhere are willing to pay .e i m

Legislature. ,*eonyeninngl April' 8tat.1 WALTER C. BASS, Admr. more for these than for other fruits. J -).
1..1t Klsslrome. Florida.In -
.. .. "
for the passage .f a law {
license of tai..1 to b* obtained by all .
parties fishingIn the Lakes of Osceola I ICott.t" the County Judges Court Osceola Dairy milk Is Fruit Growers Inc. ... ;
.. Florida,i with any other device Coast?. Florida. In the matter of the milk a
the folk
your *. '. '
and la any other manner than by ordinary estate of Henry W. Corl. deceased. Notice '" { '" "'\ I.' ,'I :r
hook and llnej) declaring the of Application for'' Discharge of It will benefit your baby. r',,1 ;; -'' ) .. '... i .

months of July. .August ana September Extor.WHOM IT MAY .Or'Lui"ao' FI''i1da" t' '. :*,_._ ..6' "
hereby Your wife and children <
CONCERN Ketlo to by ,
: 7
closed Mason for t'l .
as a r..a . ./ > I { '
tag In the said lakaa. Reqalrinr aI.'partl. tb. \Ond..lped.L.xec.tor. so.tale will like tt and it wiUbe '.r .lJ.,', '" '. .
Ashingat .f Henry.. .W. Corl. deoeassd.. that _. J ...... r ," ;. .q ".
of .
prior to th* ace any 'y" % tt. \ '
equipment for eommerdal .......... to .a the ttb day'of June A.. IX ItSS. tbeandraiga (t>xt for.700. I' '\ ..... { I \ Y' tJ. ," .."." .. \ .'
Sheriff ofe.e4 0.- .d will'prevent kls anal report .. .
present the aims to 1 .. :iI1II1r : >
Couatyt tar iaep. .... n4 a to the .304. .. el the above Court ;11,, ,. ... . -. ,. '.
permit t. be 'el Ja&a........ ..... ofa apply for bie discharge ae Bxeem. ,, :,0 ',' "' +
oar: and pr.rldiai f.. tho Oondsatfen tor. and the Tleaee .of his saadsmen >:

... .d..tntctloa of kll such SsbiagIakw from rartherlteblMty rn the Bxs tsvaTJ f, .
... .. ... *>nd'*._ted-by. Ibsen."'.Thls ta*;Sa4 '

."" +..... wltMg trarebllIee..ui, In'wpeotlorr day*of" AP ILA. D.II.LALBIIIRT : g ... _. ," '.M.- .. ...... -' y. v .. .... -"" a I e
.sad permit erat obtdne4.' ACopy DJIII.-NDOJ\P.l. : on' DlU'Q1Pi :.
.f a tid proposed act be Seen ., Met'ig. stxec. to ef .. \r" .." ',;'
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, t> KISSIMMEE'VALLEY': GAZETTE. .FRIDAY,, MAT 4. .,J'2I\W f"" v ,., ,

j 111 4 S M l
PAVi':STANLEY, A. S. Gilbert, Carson Farmer, andJ. c
Club Reporter. A. Lancaster were the delegateslast ,
r: week from Friendship Lodge
GIVES RECITAL, Very interesting and enthusiasticwas Number Ten of the Knights of Pyth
las, to the Grand Lodge of the order
the meeting of the Woman's Club
P1, The dispatch from
following1 newt
of local
at Ocala A number other
Tallahassee will be of Interest to Kisfcimmee held Tuesday afternoon, when the
Knights attended Grand Lodge
officers elected at the last meetingtook
who know Miss Edna
people among them being F, C. Bryan H.
their Full -"
places. reports were
Hillyer grand daughter of Mr. and of Clay Stanford and W. J. Sears, most "
made by the officers and chairmen
Mrs J. M. Duncan
of whom returned to Kissimmee Fri-
Mist Edna Hillyer violin pupil of the several departments. It was decided ,

. .l"k;; Gertrude Iiidor, ,gave, a recital" of by the club to adjourn until day The or returnnig Saturday./ members are enthusiastic : ,
October except that there would be
rertlflcate rank at the college Thursday
' over the movement wasinaugurated
one special meeting to be held two
" evening: She played three at the Grand Lodge to
her moat ambitious number weeks hence to report on a campaignthat
groups build) a $10,000 Knights of Pythias
is being made for the subscription .
being the first movement of the De- : building at the University of Florida,
4 to the Ladies' Home Journal,
Beriot Concerto 9. Probably her
: Nq. with a view toward housing a student
of which
subscriptions will be
best the Beethoventf part
playing wan lodge and furnishing club rooms for
\ turned over to the club.
Kreisler Rondino and the Ilynski- the K. of P. members attending the MEN'S-WOMEN'S-CHILDREN'S
Be&ekirsky Berceuse. Miss Hillyer After all the business was trans-
t universiy.
acted, the meeting was turned over
demonstrated thorough understand'ing
!( a : Mesdames A. S. Gilbert L. R.
. :"' ; to the' program: committee, who presented -
of the fundamentals of violin Farmer, and Julius Smith, represented -
playing and her widet development in a May Day program. Miss
If.' the Kissimmee Pythian Sisters at
the continuation of her study will be Eleanor Rosen gave a reading.. "Queenof '
j, the May," Mrs U. J. Burrows, the Grand Lodge of their organization : 500 be closed
watched with interest. wonderful which was held at Ocala at the' pair must out at once. All
She was assisted by Miss Miriam played technique: a i
i; McCall soprano, pupil of CI.onaf piano solo, ;Rustle of Spring; same Solid Leather and well put together. Cost
f: Quiett. Miss McCall has a voice of )Mrs. Sam Story rendered a vocal solo
G lovely delicate quality and possesses "Golden )Hours." Mesdames Boice
r" Price not considered. No Shoe
!_ ._..__ poise in her stage presence. She sang: and Bullock and Miss Bay served delicious Spray With Tobacco Extracts AndDrop over $3.50.
;; two groups. The Grieg Solveig's refreshments at the end. of the I Insect: Into Kerosene
Here is chance Shoes
w Song was especially suited to her afternoon.Mrs. And Water a to buy at your own
k voice. The Rimsky-Korsakow+ Songof Roy Starbird, chairman of the

{, India was interpreted well The civic department< wishes to announce Rose buds frequently fail to develop price. Come early and get yours as this
v. Angel's Serenade with Miss Hillyer that the dinner which was to have properly. They turn brown, at ,

I playing the violin obbligato, wan the been given at the Chamber of Com- least in spots! and the petals fall off stock will not last long at theprice we are
Mc merce this coming Saturday will be
t favorite with the audience. Miss prematurely. If such buds are examined
Call had able support with Miss Ade- postponed until next Saturday whenan carefully they will be found now offering this high-grade line.SI1OSMUST
laide Koch as accompanist. announcement of the menu to be swarming with minute yellowi!'hbrojvn .
served! will be made.
-- insects about: onc-lwenty-nlth
SURPRISE PARTY of an inch in length.
This insect is known as the Floridaflower
; Monday evening's moon was taken I INTO: :MAGAZINE: BUSINESS: : ( limps, according/ specialistsof : ,

Advantage of by the Business and The Ki""imnwVol11e1's Club lustTuesday the Florida College of Agriculturelit ,
T- ifc',"'rnnl: 1 Women's Club for a surprise started on a two week'scampaign attacks a !large number of flowers, GO

party at l Lake Conway in honor under! the "Treasury Fund 11 ml is especially severe on roses, citrus
i of Mrs. J. 1). Newby, who left I"IK- Plan" of the Curtis Publishing Company and tomatoes. Splaying with to -
simmee Tuesday to make her residence The members!' are authorized I 1.'cco: extracts is the common
in Orlando. Misses Wenner for'lI I Such extiactsary in stn+ 'l'emedY'j
I pciiixl of two weeks to solie t
and Sawyer persuaded ;Mis. Nr why to subset iptions to the Ladies Home ''i'tine sulphate is highly .

take a ride to Orlando with them Journal, and at the end of thnt timea and is used at a strength of 1 wart: I -
t then drove her to the beach where tidy sum for the exchequer of the, to 1000 parts of water. If one !has!'

,. the rest of the club was gathered. A club is expected to have been earned. ( only n few rose bushes, the following: I
most excellent picnic supper was will no doubt be found handy and effi-
This Treasury Fund Plan last'
( served and a large number enjoyed a conducted by than was 4ClOO!/ )i :' cient: i i
moonlight swim.Participants women's clubs) throughout the ciun- I Use, the tobacco! extracts as This Sale Opens Saturday
the festivities Morning
in evening's try. II. A. G.: Smith, field "representative tioned and make a strong mell'l
in addition tn Mrs. New- I
were for the publishing house, is in- soap) suds, 0pour a little kerosene
r 1
by, the honor Mesdames! F. C.
guest trodut'ingth" system in this:!' state into a bucket half full of water. GO
Bryan H. M. Deyoreo, Dixon, George Saint Augustine P'rrO'anl"e, Park, over the lose garden carefully and
Gardner Glemont King, B. C. M'ller llaincs' City, Kissimmee, and! Plant ';'cut off all the roses with a pair, of AND LASTS UNTIL THE STOCK IS
W. E. Sanderson, Willa St.eC'd, J. GONE
City have been the first six cities to| scissors, allowing them to drop quickly I I
D. Woodbeck, and Misses! Lucy Buckles 0
take the arrangement, and Sanford into the !bucket. Disturb the blossoms -
Violet! Bullock, Louise Hess! Irma is up expected to sign up in: the-, I and bushes as little as possible j

Holzman, Edith Miller, Elsie Norton, near future before )Mr. Smith woik- while dong this, so us not to scare the
1 it Percie Oliver, Nellie Parrish, Rhea southward. \ insects away. Pick off/ all the blos- !
.', Pherigo, Estelle Persons, Helen Saw- ------- 1 ,: yer, Albina Smith Francess Tress, ORLANDO MAN: BUYS j all Then look over the patch :rmd j
I- .. and E. L. Wf Gardner and Lawrence Chubb accompanied ---. 1 i open. These need not be destroyed, I
the ladies in various capacities J. Edmonson; : Orlando Ism Sl', I! but they should be carried out of ,the [

,, such as chauffers, chaperones, and mule, and automobile! dealer, has ncuiieil i lose gulden. In other words, pick the A. S. GILBERTSHOES
general handy men.ENGAGEMENT <,; the properly at the corner of ', entire rose crop thoroughlytaking/ i i

: OF FORMER Dukin and Broadway containing tier cure not to scare the thiips away. Apply II |
KISSIMMEE GIRL ANNOUNCEDThe Newby Inn, Fireman's hall, and the the remedy once a week.
store buildings
adjoining/ the )Mnkin- I
Saint Paul Pioneer Press recently son Hardware Company. The transfer SUITED THE CURATE :
published a photograph: of involved exchange for I
Miss Lottie Clark in connection with in Orlando. Mr. Edmonson. with Mrs A !Hyde Park orator retaining I! 45 Main Street
announcement of her< engagement. Edmonson and daughters, !MISHCM Viola I home flushed with his efforts.and/ al- 1 I SHOESLEGION
Mrs. Carrie Clark her mother announced and Louise, moved to Kismmmee from certain spirituous cau"l'S''

Miss Clark's engagement to Tuesday and are now located! in the 1"0 a mild curate heated opposite;
E. Reynolds Thomas, of Saint Paul. former Newby Inn. him in the tramcar.! I
The family will be remembered in Mr. Edmonson is remodeling and I' "It may interest you to know." he I I

Kissimmee where Mr.. Clark was renovating the< hotel premises, and) |, said truculently, "that I don't believe 1 1-_-_- __ -__ _ 'I
manager for the Hunter Land Com- expects to continue the p'opertat' i I itn the existence of 'eaven." The curate ,

pany. a hotel. He will remain in his Orlando .. merely nodded ,and went on reading : ENDORSES: I KEEP TilE VEGETABLE GARDEN BRUSHES FOR EVERY CLEANING

+ HAROLD IIERZBERG' business until July of next .1. his newspaper BOXING COMING JOB

MARRIED IN NORTII4t.L year, when his lease expires, but will You don't realize what I'm trying, '--
''it. ?, reside in Kissimmee! from this date. to make clear I want you to under. I (Continued from Pa.[. One> There is no basis for the Idea that: For almost every household eie
Announcements have been received Mrs. ,J. 1 D. Newby has removed to stand that I don't believe for a sin shall have been: continuous vegetables cannot be grown in Florida big task nowadays there is n.
in KUsimroee ,this, week; of the mar-- Orlando where she gle solitary moment that such during the hot summer months a broth
acquired In the
placeas of,. the state for least running all the
at one from
riage of Harold + way scrubbing
il and
Herzbcrg, of Kissimmee. " those vegetables in the
property transfer the large white 'eaven exists. ,; I Applications for licenses would' .garden potatoes to
cleaning the
r to Miss Edna Schwan, at house on the hill beyond the'hospital, "All right, all right answered the J Ito be accompanied by licence! that will soon be depleted should be extension home demonstration bath tub workers say,
Milwaukee, ;Wisconsin>> ; They;will be with a three acre grove, and gardenpatch. curate pleasantly, "go to hell, only ranging from $2:> to $200, (' i i replanted or others planted to take of the state colleges. -
,at home at 1105 Walnut sUeet, in, ( don't make i their places, W. L. Floyd,
that quite so much fuss about to the size of the city in which I' says professor Looking around in the modem
: fcity. "
j of horticulture
-- --- - it. Tattler.I at the Florida
post or corporation is located! housewife's
ST. CLOUD WILL PARADE I 'College of Agriculture.For kitchen, one finds a fat
ROY"-GItA. VES NEW TODAY FOR SCHOOL BONDS: I The family; that findsit inconvenient I such organization must have no early summer planting small brush for the milk bottle a long slender -
\ ,1\lAIL CARRIER ,i than a bonn fide lease for one one for the coffee
I to get ice for its ,refrigerator }bush lima benns, pole beans and Sicva percolator and,,
This afternoon at 2:45; I I upon the building to be used for 1< others of different for
o'clock there descriptions
; | may build an iceless one. its butter beans will
Roy nia".s ha a been By use I give good results.
appointed as will he parade in 'Physicians me "( other purposes, all
a favor of the I bond hanging conven-
I carrier for city route No. 1 in south : a temperature of K5 I to 70 degrees to be In attendance The pole beans and butter beans will
election of :, duly licensed! iently and ,
tomorrow for inconspicuously the
a new high be obtained near
in Florida
'Ktasimmee may in mid- all summer If trained
nd"will his duties the I on a trel-
assume school commission and such kitchen sink.
building. A special car hrs summer.. It will [ ; .
to be 'ii-
and cultivated
on May 15 He was one of the \ prove an must have been +jl.s If
licensed ,
been< reserved for the County Boardof expensive household by the i one dislikes washing dishes or
convenience. California
successful candidates in the recent Public! Instruction, and"Messrs: . i )Di to practice for n period of five )' |< Crowder Blackeye, Yellow Sugar scrubbing vegetables by hand, the can
j ,I -civil service) examination conducted at Kits and Lanier have been invited to No license could be issued! to a refe1 Whippoorwill cowpens keep her hands out of the water by
tho. pojtoffice.. I ob-tained t who had not been are suitable for this season.
j attend. a resident of using brushes designed for this work.'
A few hill of
I cucumbers Klond.Ke:
( )
state for at least one year. A pastry brush will oil pans and bale
r -- The Legion members who watermelons (Tom Watson), squash ing dishes in
i a Jiffy, such a Lr.uh

t., --11I11I111I11I11I J 1/1/ III III f 1/111I"/ "'" fir III""IIIfIII"""Iff lllllllllllllllllllllllllll"" "'" I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll f / f / ll llf rn=I!: sport night proposed was advocated hill further pointed the insured! passage out by that the of and well( Patty punjpkins in can the)summer., cantaloupes will yield Paul surprisingly Rose) from mutt:Well becoming be made frequently rancid brushes boiled and with unsanitary to keep soft it.

== -= laid down in the text of the bill A few row of Country Gentleman bristles will not harm the floor wood-
r ==:=:: no exhibition should he held on i or Stowell'a Evergreen ev/4et corn work or furniture, and have the.odd-

= == day, no liquor allowed in any should be planted every ten days till ed convenience>> of getting into corners ,
= = no exhibition over fifteen rounds, >, well into the tiunimer. t and other hard-to-reach places, ,
--- == fake or sham matches allowed, London Purple eggplants are good removing dust and other accumula-
-- --= strangle hold barred in wl'e8tlinmatcheR / for summer conditions and may be tions as nothing else will. Such
l -- --== planted quite late in the summer, and
all contestants must brushes are" made with long handles
---== WI itten certificates from the garden should l exclude peppers and that protect the hands and save till ,

:: cian officiating at the exhibition okra.White back; they are equally usable In'j1,,,
i E ALL THE WAY THROUGH LIFE :: I they are physically in condition i Japanese radish, planted late kitchen, living room, and on the I
( The Bank With = compete, and that all ,persons April or early May: will provide a porch.. '
=== .
-" == nected with such exhibitions in green vegetable: for the table The bath tub, lavatory and closet
t't' the The ; I apac"l whatever shall at all "' !:Ite in June md in July. may be cleaned with the brush also:
r saving habit acquired in life is = be to such ' -- -- -
V, early subject further this method is more effective! << and san+ "
,! Ability _s J a* the commission might! from : ALERT TO KEEl' itary titan cleaning with a cloth. ,
_- :5 to time INSKCT: : PESTS OUT OF U. S. ,
w a saving habit promulgate. No ,11'I, Boiling hot water used In abundance''
T I and 5 under eighteen years of age will not phase a good brush. It It '
-. Teach the children to save their pennies. =: be allowed, and no one under Inspectors of the Federal Horticul easy to keep brushes clean and they
Willingness = could attend the exhibition unless Board of the United States de- may be hung out of sight and out of

It is a valuable resource in old 5: companied by his parent. of agriculture are continu- mind when not needed. '1
age. It is 'I on the alert to prevent< insect

to Serve Infringement: '! front making their way into the COLLEGE BIRD LAYS

,. never too late to begin to 3: these coupled with the various safeguards States from foreign countries,
= S locating them in 28 EGGS IN 28 DAYS
mentioned new and
4- are relied upon I unex- i
: =-5 the legionnaires to keep the (' places, for their ways of nrrlal -

DEPOSITS INSURED SAVE YOUR EARNINGS jj dean and at the same time ', nee numerous. Twice during the "Twenty-eight eggs laid In twenty-1
_-, them to finance contests in .' of March one inspector, in co- eight days and with no idea of stop" ''
S and wrestling such as are now with custom officials, in- ping" is the record of a one-year old
Begin now and it will]) surprise you how =s I between college and university I| '
t I log/ and wrestling tea mi.s 1 corn borer in stalks of broom- with the College of Agriculture Unlversity -
: ---J rapidly your Bank Account will]] grow. I contained in passenger baggage. of Florida. She started to lay

| Today there interception wcs made from the on March 29 and this record include
are some .
1 < Remember you can do it with our aid. : motor vehicles) In! the United States !' !'<* of a third-class passenger April I 25."While.
I :: or one to 10 in i from Ituly, whose intention this may not be a record for, ''
every persons!
:: country. The total world to take the infested< material to the state and while we are not par. "

; WE SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT. -:: is but 12500.000 ro that registraticn it appears I The second discovery was ticularly interested in breaking and

s : : at once that 83 percent of bv the same inspector when the .1 establishing records, the work of lhbpullet '
=3 cars In use are in this pest was found in the baggage is significant and worthy of
I country a passenger from Germany. much attention" declared N. W. San-"
==i this total some 87 percent are manufactured I,
= in the United States No These fortunate interceptions em- born poultry specialist 'in charge. of ,

L S A 5:{today can forecast fully the dil"e" <<.' very forcibly the need and the college* poultry plant, when tnttrviewed.
v : which the use of the motor vehicle of carefully examining, ,I consider, her a moss promising -. ,
co-operation with custom officails bird, and already< : take. Each day finds ,
; Bank of a some newplace,, engers' baggage from steps to build flock ,with her :
I i, for it.I .. 1 arriving up' a. :} '
: p'eolaCbu'nq JI" foreign ,countries Work of brood as the basis Hor egp' are! ba> ''

E!I Much can DA done/fc control kind is now carried on 'by the Lag Incubated,right' O'W'.for' that pv?. '
:I{worms" or.'bud.worms". of I.I.I board at a number" of pose'* if )pmt & _4ft M"pri -*+ ,\ '<
I dusting lead ar'eenate'thEough.aper-corn i .of entry,: and .aa 'fond *permit 1 ;'SahboTtf explained that thin"" **". ',>

9 : forated tin can into the corn tip*. U. 'i tit purposed 'totre atmenz ad','..
: 1111! npeTforat'"'ttia_ for J',,the bpartM;; :.actJTUIep.. .'::. 't. ; other eIUI'ol the. >. flockmnninir; .
aa* duater
f* : ...
:1W.. ) f>Mt.e .It
,4 : ; : i iPsi :. Do tM4 In',tim e t4 'Scateh1'the ant gen. The r,ecret .of in growing feedlng-with' 'them. J;",;Her feed' at fent *'r
.Deration: (the'bud tni"cUhe); success ; tot sIete of ,a1 7; 7'.'..a.a,.**
. ,- for profit llea !-plenty: of aerate ;,.- nixtore, pia..----wholaiv M.
; ;worms) Will Od seed.;' well-drained. and well-pre spaded II ,'l'r'estlYrredneedtlntp' [Into the '!' UJKI.M'The' wptlOOo-
'rr! $ 011I1 I I tb- saber. MiX red':>oiU:;plenty :'fertiliser- and e d 'and'yoang oati Xarnfsh green 'few
I lead'arseuaq '
.. sg'. .Amount ,wher :needod .and '
d. """ . ... , r filth I :, i slaked. y 1 [ - ", -. 'rapid" 0 clean. which, '
.A '.'" _" :' ;,;/.t..,. + -., 'A t4f '.;...A. M ry ,J'O\",..:il'i i\\\ -"z.. '',, .,"-" . ".'..... a:.- ''' '' "'''')\ = ..1170 ' :'''. t7'; .., lL..K ..,I;.laying... ..,.,.chickens.. "Iia- .. t i.f1J ..
'V1" < 101'; ? .al'; ;<'1'," J"TT' '11101..: , , ;,. j. .. : -1"-' t1
f .1 1 2 1rr_ n" 1 ,''1"n." lOr. ':\q..\.. .:V6iyj'1'4C. ,'e.. ".."..'">t ;,.',".. "'"''. ,'..yi;"..'. ' t"' ? :t,'!'<;, ,.... . ..' :-rt.-j;: ,.} ."

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