Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 2, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00940
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; :BULKHEAINGLME) FRONT: The. entertainment' I.I '',.;', I...:.Miss..... T"l''Beginning ,jK Tha; ''program' Miss Pea. I1AMPWMi GREAT SUCCESS \

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; Marguerite Peniekat. th.1Hv% school nick 'read -two";' humorous Christmas "
V *:J* *r te 't M sr' l >. 3f< I V 1 .- .,.. -* -
""" auditorium Friday eveningwas pro selections and 'another abort selection .
i1"1" ,, f llc4ty -
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:If theyear' .just tgfrt ;nif h.Wte'< *.A'prcp rty., If f< proposedtransform no j ji nounced by impertatnat t.h'l audience one., of rendered ..thecleverest numbers .in deference to 'thehoUda.o Icaceordanc\ 'V.'.''tlw plansvjarraoieft.by r-. -Washington' ; office./ 5, '
s ever: completing the evening1., :
'other' civV :.than. ..the tills: block Into a beautiful '
development ,
i ' ' '' Miss AftrIna' Smith thebodh.'deMonslration' (Talk ;Mtss ".Partridge". state
Mary i
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( here. | ;A!very 'pleasing feature of the entertainment .
bulkhead would bin drive from "
project wfthfan\automobile
.still,
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park: '.and girls I '" .
'I' 'unusual''in thatit bora' agent l <
The. tas musical *
was a preludeby a.
portentous Klsslmmee itae for .In thei vhrf IsNceshoTetbeatiitified ;, /historyof the fortJmercial ioL' Rebravenue$ dock at the the interaketloa pleasure* avoids program.the obdinary'one "-which-.is.. ,Walter Lee on the-Mandolin, accompanied assembled. ..t. the demonstration- Club yells\ ,. iiKi .b. ;Doylo1Davi..:
kitchen i.t i 110'o'clock Monday mom- 8on..1.- -
made up of varyingselections,- but by his sister, Miss Zaida { ..
and the waste place' dock.at) the intersection of Stewart / ,' ,
transformed lntAb fcresent utIfurresident' ',faVenae.tf> .;h'*8'I was drama enacted by Miss'' Penick Lee. This occupied the half hourwhen' Ing-where two t'trucks and,,a car 'Recesse': "t'
who portrayed the personalities of the audience was assemblingan were .wiUtlll to- carry the 'onagateredto i Poultry lesson; Mlss/fMlnnle'Floyd/ ,..
blocVlis .
there I. littleVdoubt of the | "After the work this '
pros on : Alligator Lake State -
( on poultry.aped
'camp to
characters. There dmet with ,
,
t twenty-five
which will %ult. -' :.('TheseOwill finished -the- ock.-.ilL..be- ,. some were' hope; love;-ampition-, -the '.ken.-..-. whole"theb.ueftt'wasa chore.,? ._ _j. ? '.T" _. ....f-.' t .D.11lQ'1.-\"_ '..",.__...,...."..... 'h _
busi be placed of
the on piers .
reinforced '
progressive "
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tlllt. years inherent ironounced The order, of i..daj wee'as'jot' Ren bour. v x
qualities humanity success and netted agodly ,
have endeavored ''to bring concrete and the floor iof L .
men : -
lows 4. '. Games. } '
The of youthencountering I sum for the library fund. ; ;
story
dream of .such'' a jtransformartion the.docks .will be of the same mater-- '
+ these 'varying emotions and ..spareienees . itiss Penick is a graduate of the Setting 'up camp; Talk, "PeoiijPfrom' Foreign' Countries -
,to pass but- each tithe issue ial. This will insure its permanence.The'commercial held the undivided interest'ofthe Bokton:Conservatory and of the Em..on' Rest.hour. Intere M in Our Club. .Work,"
seeinsureountable dock extend
,f, K was broached some will audience throughout the evening'' ..-. school of Oratory where she General assembly. / .rjP-epwn. ".5. ?
obstacle,, 'would Vpresent eighty feet from the wall and will be i ii ldieik.'M.. ; ,t
Miss Penick I..n artist of rare tal Is file of the faculty.! In introducing
t TVft feet wide.: At all times the Bible }
Itself. fifty
,
I s i reading and, ; Miss Sup
Her prayer
ent. voice modulations, her..bIOlute her, to the Kiasimmee audience Prof. ]
which surrounds it will be..tleast
During:the greater part o.lastyear water Agnes L'' Webster State assistant ea fire
facial control in reflecting the Fitters stated that she ,, enjoyed the tta
authorities t keen three feet deep. This will en- ,
the city have, home demonstration agent,
whole gauntlet of emotions from the distinction I of the
4: J working the plan but it was oaw able. any. ordinary boat sufficient. being youngest s Talk "Possibilities for Boys and I'41WeMeday
dainty graceful lines 'of' those whodw.1l teacher in one of the oldest schoolsin 1
.recently' that the details were water depth _
final Girls in- the Home Demonstration
:* in the primrose path of pleas.we the -world i.lisa. ..'{Ca.JI,'
arranged, : .\ rrhe pleasure dock will be' at the the revolting\ .: grimaces of abject Penick was enjoying. a .brief Work." MI.-lIamltt .B. ,Layton. ;assistant '
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Speaking of, the, bulkhead. O. W. fooA. Stewart;'avenue and will ex- .deterrainetlonof vacation the,, state agent. After- breakfast. Wednesday 1I1ora-
firm and"
1 Fox,' chairman of''the' city council.,.terid out 150 feet; the approach be* the poverty follower--cf o" the marvelous . fri nds'' ,at,Arcadia-was- She guestof consented Talk, "Improvement ,of Ext ing\a lesson was 'givenin; nutrition,

t' stated 'to representative. of.therGaxettet -. Ing,, 6ttf feet wide/:,The. dock wiU' be .180"Clear was' the teaching. of this benefit of:' Homes,". Miss Agnes I., ,WtelsKr. the children ,analixW the, food into
to In the library j
!The""'council and appear five fOOdoUp.. which 'should be
everyone fifty byythirty feet and will be equlp- play that one'could sit Song. 1 '' t
else; I believe, .is pleased with the ed with"a pavillion and comfortable I pretty the spell of no this reader under th. ugh: her friendship for the'' Lilt.net Recess. < .1.1f found in the day's,diet >

contract for the bulkhead as signed seats. Vkfi band can play concerts throughout its rendition gifted without family 'and she was the' guest General 'assembly' 'elector of 'of'' We broke camp>>1.,, packed, .cle ned

by the firm of Maloney.A Lupfer... here If It d Vfs to. '. having a clearer, vision of life.' of Miss .Almena Leitner while here. Acers which named MissT Mildred the house and premises and left after .
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y .The company has agreed to complete -* ':"Thou" *.p will be the sea wall Part,' pre.ldentnd. bs Ethel. an early dl n.r; ,
', the job for the consideration of beginning at the commercial dock _. ,.. Baas, secretary; & I I I Every one> was...Ioatb.e"th.- .
90000. That includes .the?dredging 4 ;' Model Club Meetiirfled delightful grounds and. 'good
amp
{ and running. easl-'to the Midland 'by prod.JRollgCall -
+ of the lak., the bulkhead -walls and ...r ilrft.-:T"f:.">''il>"V.dirL.wa1l..re--| DR-,ANDMRS..BUCKMASCELEBRATE: dent,' ,. . .rgr.. ,. . <,times.prepared by Miss Smith. ,.. ,
1rmnn Jr lrrland to-the levels ..settled" inforced by-cypress piling. The remainder ,l ( / > ''Jr -W-wisirtrextend-our, thanks and
ypon 'and the erection of the' city of the bulkhead will be the repqkT of club world: .;(appreciation to Miss Cornelia Lan;}

r >"I, docks. wall and All south to be mouth f GOLDEN WEDDINGOne V. Talk: ."", alt'* Miss Mae. Morse, caster for. adding to 'our' pleasure 1 "
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"The City engineer's' fees will the big ditch near the Country club; State dairy sjtsJciaJist; .. with delightful song* and 'l"eadln- y
,, amount to another $..500. property. This .wall will"Also be-of --, Club songjf and yells.led bj'Doyle: to'' Will Tyson for his hearty' .e y

/; /- '; "This' will leave us a aura of ap. dirt and reinforced with .Cyprus pile of the, 'pleasantest events of i est;: gratitude was the soul stirring Davie eratlon in securing ptha, '.caMp

". ....: 1< provements and putting in necessary Ing."The Gam preparingtmeals; to Messrs Stewart .
: council spent an immense and Mrs R. M. Buckmaster's golden who assisted by their presence and ,
." connections. Suplfer.RAfltatlons.. and Y OUDe. who ao. kindly raeat- ',
wedding anniversary Sunday which. donations in making the occasion .
amount of time on the contract arranging "
4 "Our. contract designates that the ed their for .
us.
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took place at their handsome residence : o"eto be long remembered. camp
Its details that nothing
work shall begin on the sea wall between ; so on Emmett street.' A. the guests left for their homes Club yells.. We appreciate '-the*interest ahewn 'x,
Ruby and the next would impede 'l, out at 10:00. r by the parents and people of the
avenue We'yrower.'determined Friends and relatives from St. lat,- ia the afternoon they were unanimous light. ;, ,
q. rtVeet' south the: t.rmination"; of: development.;) Cloud their former home and from : in expressing this a red letter ' \ . ., at the Camp. co munlty : y
:\ to' spend ahe'yelty'I.moner-on beautifying -
& ' t Stewart'. avenue. The block'IIYln.r' be-> the; ,ity'. and believe Orlando, assembled ..t' the Buck- day in their lIv... ;: ..*' RisingBell.., s ,MISS. -AGNES WEBSTER.
.
t' .tween- these streeta belongs .tothecity property Straightening rooms.Setting .
the.plan as "do this, to mart ;, home Sunday morning end The' friends _who participated in Districtf'AgentAbout y
and the,fl! bulkhead mone'y i. ..
rst the fullest extent. took fiiH\; ,possession from that time this!happy? event were M.r. ond.Mrs up exercises.
J to be ''.xpend. 'on that. The wall Is till the evening' shadows grew long ; S. 'J'."Bailey Jamestown,:N. Vi ,Mr. Cleaning- up camp grounds. I UOO childrerfMrf,:::the 'poor' .
'When the
e"to'be'of reinforced concrete and will 'last'knotty'problem"brassolveded They spread tables in the spacious and I Mr..*A. Heinisch Elsie>nd Julia General assembly, conducted, by of. Tampa were l entertained .Chri.t..J) :,
extend slightly past each street.: and the .last .signature was finingroom' crowned them with Heinlsch of Apopka"Mrs.; :J.: C. club offlcert.Sengs. mas'Casino afternoon at 'the vTampa Ba* .
;, Dredging. will be continued at this added to the contract! t the Klssimmeefire fed the Salvation -with' .,"'
flowers such as?can be grown only in i Galley;; Dr- and Mrs. R*/P. Buck. by' Army
1ie4 1'J>> ion.of tM.-bulkhead till the wat-t 1 department, was called .out, the state Of sunshine and flowers. master. Richard and Bfelyn Buck. Roll Call answered" by report;-of' a Christmas tree.;Santa Claus and ., ,
Klwill stand.three feet deep at the though the: hour was. I.ter. to cele "Before "enjoylng"he- spread Rev, master Harry SmunjorDr.- Mrs- club work. t program,.of songs and,recitations bysome
lowest marl). When the wall is eom-i I brate-the great setp which was .t offeredN C.. Talk Miss Mary Keo"flt. (from the of th. en'
( last taken." J. Farmer an invocation, ::>I1 l Brundage, lack and Lucie ) chil4 ..
pleted I e fill wiU be made, on the then:S. H. Atha and Ih-,. J. M. Ped- Btu.gage, Mr. anjFMrs. J. M., Ped- nrwJ"S
..,. - - ------ ------------------------- .
%rlck.tpfOrlando; : ,- made'fitting! toaststo rick .iJacc; Pedrift, Miss Charlotte FLORIDA .
BIG DITCHING MACHINE : the' bride 1nd'Rt'oom'of'ttfty,,years : HoIC Mr. and JdVs. C. E. Carlson and LONGS FOR IN -I OR'HOLlSURVIVES" ..:Ii'' H

i3 GARDNERHOLD fv.' f. , f. COMPLETES ROAD GRADING' ago..To these- felicitation '1>1:.'Buck.I:lson.vfloi.bie. Mrs. C. H. Topi i ft, Mr. PLACE OF BLIZZARDSMr. ; ;

mortar" re.ponded-wlt.h, a few' gracious landillrsJf F. Sanders Mr. and
The city's! .big. jditchhig ''machine' words. s '\ I MrslJ. WTRex.:and Irene' and Ruth James M. i.on. jr., received -
., FAMILY REUNION has completed its" grading on the The feast; was a picnic affajr; the Rex/MA'' and Mrs. W. V. Atha and a letter, this week'from his, old- It \WADINGOREAL(

streets in Cape' Breeze Addition tables were loaded with everythingthat GraeelHolt, all of Orlando: Dr. and time friendHi'E., Salmon, who now _
r1 leading to the,1/; st;. 'Cl l Mr. and Mrs. J.. Mi Gardner enjoyed dirt from that. int-- >n.totthe.cit the great variety of good things Buetunaster Dr.-and Mrs.'Cr.L. Rid- Mr\ Salmon said in part , : ] a,

.a.family.:.reunion ,on Wednes- limits .niuat>'ba...auled 'by'u.JI'\'\W"The'machine *. : bet-tbat''arbrdrgwq.in. .. ... he....: ((3u0South. ill JSlorrlaon' Riddle. Mr- 'and Mrs ."Was in a billiard two'Weeks ago member of -the,,,-.party : visiting 'the .
,e', <"day''' of this' week,whenoJ uembera 'of was taken to 'the :f I S TVv.XPorter' and baby of St. Cloud j driY1olt..JII"mrattJ':1or: ? ; Evarglsdas. ir-!orBaptistisf. '
I the family returned te'' the home mouth'of' the big. ditch Wednesdayand The bride' and groom of other dsq5 Mr.. anit Mrs.. D. B. Estes, Madilia, through the driving's.now.ndeet.. locating a suitable si ;

fires after, an_ ,absenceofmore thin! 'will -traverse its legth cleaningit were showered with present.; ,.dse- Minn Mr., and. Mlrs. W, V. Atha,'of I lost one' cow out' of.the bunch for mission air-Industrial In echool'tor.the,,
Seminole.
eight years.' _"" v out to ,the former, levels at least. ful, beautiful and expenlllv /gift. Washingt ,D-: C; Rev, "and ..Mrs, J. she .froze her feet and.,1 had. to. week;'from was 'Dr.receipt1 A. J. of Holtwho a letter'this fl'p,
An elaborate course .dinner' was' ''The city .council placed the machine which were thoroughly appreciated-" J. Farmer,3wid ,Dr. and Mrs. '.R., M leave her behind. I feel like' coming' "' 'h'. ;

a'+ served at the noon hour, when twen in -the.hands, of Lawrence Mc But; that ,which,: called fortK/ihe: deep-,, Buckmaster\dtf. ; Kisslmmee. : to Florida ,to 'make >It mv. home.? I was'also'of'the letter party; 'n.waot: YVThe Dr.: .
brought.the
ty-seven guests, partook of its delicarr I Allister'who is a reliable machinest.; rl- -rw T .wJThWIOVEIY ''L ''L And -why nOt 1. Mr, Salmon' own ,Holt'a'continued ,
clell4 '\ One important: feature of his contract \ splendid grove property on vwhais < good ;health.; "
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner who are with the city is that he 'must .known ,as the Hammock Grove,, which was reassuring to Mir WOlon.
PAR Ji AT PART A MORE . for one of the events'ofthe'teip '
past their seventy-sixth and" seven Rive written notice of fifteen .daye scarcely] outside" the' city limits,. had,,been the experience of ptwfeine. .
When the
he conditions o"
ty-fifthr'birthd.y.c 'respectively, are before, leaving its em ioy. Failureto compares '
among;the best known , of Kissimmee's do so.would forfeit'four days' pay. South Dakota with those here an 'the'car out of a mud bole. l This refluired -
the ,
residents. They have live \in The city must,alsogive .fifteen days PARADE ISLANDC T."AN' O. FISH thinks'. sitting beneath his 'own :disardlng'of"stdescad,
of
socks
and the
course, wading in'
"vine and tree" instead drive
this city ;for the past twentyeightyears notice unless its .employee show fig of ,.
.. friud.r' This was a new ,: rlence"'
and two celebrated ::---- Ing. cattle through blizzards such a. exp .
? v- .their golden wedding ye.n-.p anniversary.' gross The negligence.power for the engine is furnished md Mrs Robert Mickel- ,Mr. .an*, MrsJ.. Emm \ ,Brown he mentions, the only thing: to be both to Dr. Holt/and. ta Dr, Massey,

't' .. They are still hale and hearty as by wood'.nd' this supnly'' Is jon,gave/* 'delightful'party at their and. little.. son, J.' Emmett JK. their wondered at is that he has ,delayed. of Atlanta but' no effects. followed'

.... the more' 'jfbuthful .citizens" Mr. contracted format a cost of' '3.60 per attract e 'home on Paradise Island guests,'' Mr. and Mrs; G. D. "Jbb o(. vo long in coming, the I.oot'plaee wading'ordeal In December., even,,': though. .It' ;; ,
Gardner Klssimmee's trouble man strand. Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Jacksonville and Mr. ,and Mt\ G. "; !\

fort}!. city has employed him to assist t .___ -'. MaJlfaret Stanford. 'd.ughter of Mr. M. Shearouseformed ax. pleasant. OLD. DIXIE TO, OPEN:'UNDER: :Another,the novel reminiscence' of the".tripwas >
.'travelers finding: accommodations LEWIS.. UN 'INVITED T0.'t and Airs H.. C. Stanford. "-who 'is' picnicking' who spent thefishing qky manner In- wh.chDr.. .
NAME OF THEATER
BROADWAY and.Mr. Willson were'taken
JTasiey
'
at .Scrubl Slough on TwesdaJ
the crowded for"the' holidays ;
I during pfeeent : me / i ?
;kI; condition. He ia one of the few surviving "> TRAVELERS'' CLUB MEETING. About 'twenty-five guests eseembledatthe .The 'day was an ideal 'one' for an : r, about the. country by .theirs i \;; ;.Indianfriends 'I ",
Confederate '''Veterans here. city/' dock at 8 o'clock'where outing and the fish conspired with D. Delsov/ representing the South \ ,
,, and served the first three ; -in Lewis', :Lang,, ''KissimmeeV'' they were met\by a launch/.nd taken the weather to, make. the occasion e Theater' Co., 'hag leased theold v The;'party'wished( toi4Gsit'some of. .

i t. the great 'conflict in the infantry years known)? taxidermist, 'received th /'\\1i.. Co the islandj A 'dancing. program one long to, be remembered by the Dime Theater from,John L.: Beaman the 'camps near the' -east!' shore'of i {..;

and the remaining: .year.In the calvary tinction this. 'week' of .an Invocation and games amused the 'party, till a entire party.. Over four hundred andwill 'operate'' it.. underthe" :'name Lake" Okeechobea, and ;)invited .tM"'
dlvls10n,8 y iV V* '" to;.attend, the*,m.Unltof:th travel. late hour. perch'' and trout were caught ia the of thflkBroadway Theater.The' leaseis Indians, to. a ''"Hom-bux-cha. ", mean
>Mr.'tndMrs' ; : Gardeer4arerknow1' ersfclub .which -will' be. beid some. Mrs.! MickelJon refreshed her guests day's sport and that .It didn't require for,9ae :rear with" the 'pivilegerofrenewal. - Ing ''all come' eat., 'Mr'Massey and ?
'
.' to practically,! very.w,resident here, tinlellnthL=lata< spring. /' ':, with delicious, collation' served 'in an, expert .nllrl.r'Jto. catch'' them" Is L X; t )lr.. WiJla.m. had '.leaeked one'of .tbe'
'and these friends;will Unite in wisb*I ft This. ;;club Jsj, otjginalhvthat.jjoinvitations the, dining .room,. which includedIn' attested, by the fact that Mr.Brown's Mr DeUten' .has bad'formal".eiperlence"in camps' by.a .round''about'' '' ,way. to.
,ing. J"them many more1 such*pleasant -- are--"sentVDut- '.f "' -those Its menu..andwichesrakes, mince little ,four.year ,old 'yoon,' Emmett) "tnjt theater .business :and avol4 > large"pond'owater! ; ,: On II> .
events, but the Invitation ' hooked landed says he beliMes-there is room hen their',,1reium.'an Indian accompanied
family r.union.aal' the, one; just. en>j comes by pies and- bot'-coRee. and i seventeen of, .
joyed. i " word of mouth. Some one passing them. for two rood Torture '..boWl.'He.t.. them-and struct' out,for,Jthe'; shortest.,

4 'Among those who were present 'I through 'the city Brings. the intelli.genee. }> now making, aAangements ,tor.his route which Jay..eroee the pond;. a,,
5T1' the- Wednesday "event were; a< at'j : ,-'.-* jf PROMINENT- VISITORS'ENJOY. POST OFFICE BUILDING film eervlcs'and a soon as \,this i. ,I.Coming to the:edge of the,water he
T *A.- Gardrier.of.Lynchburg $: .The'' club isyfttde. np .of travelers, LAKE TRIP, completed will anitwuice the ,opening placed I''Dr. Massey*,Oft'"his'back,.and

i, 'daughter,.Mrs.,W, T..Crawford t ., of; scientists, odr other, person.' who -' ,; ;SOLpTO, ; MR.; AND MRS.. COLE dates) c '. K carried.him across,,then showed Mr.Wlllspn ..
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I might have interesting' C.. K..tte.Uer.who'' is 'president of Mr. Delson states ftskt his company .the 'same On picking
Thomasville. GaI,;"'.' sori, s..E.::GaJ'd. < oui "experience \ Mr.. and Mrs CbarteX>. Cole 'ofChicago. : sou rtesy.
"'uiusual the First.National Bank at'hiv homeIn *, is arranging to ojate hit burden, ha '."Echo"
'nar,and family of Lakeland George or knowledge to .impart .- III. who ' a cbaii up > "said
;
Gardner'' and wife, ,- W.. L.' Poulk and .' ItA customary for each* per Morganton N. c., And superintendent ;, are 'prominent. of; theaters and that; bilWngs have which meant ":ika a deer.: Mr.,WV- "
family J. Z. Roberaon and family of son .tt ding the annual 'meeting of. the tannery' there, was among haveidentified Klssimmee's.winter visitors been\ leased for. this pur&Me in. at son was amused _fl' comparing, his s, i ,
themselves'with'the''
wi KlsSimmee. Their 'granddaughter, of.the nub to.read a, paper on these among ". Klssim'mee's distinguished business t interests of least; two'other -towns 'in f ts.''''seetlon weight to i that-of' a' deer and esfced'V;,,.f't! .
by '
Interfiling the visitors last-week. Mr. Kestler is thiscity' of the state; ( ",
? Mrs. BartowcDutton'and'their greats ; subjects and paper purchasing the ' handsome brick __ about,what'DrMa.sy'wouid. 'weigh'-
whlV is pronounce the most suffering under the combined loss of to 'lIJch "L ,
granddaughter Miss Margaret Franck uniqueis block at the of .and his-host-responded: -eoo
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Warded ./ his wife and both corner Broadway MRS. BULLOCK'ENTERTAIN see- ,''r* '
Dutton were, from' their ,homa' Mrs.:'Hill.' Mrs.' Sam' Gardner "I'; Lang has-reason to fe+l ''gratl- away, within J.,the last few weeks. Cotterm'an.avenue" 'byI ; I f' SUNDAY SCHOOL xJThe 'dinner of. the '''H11f.Q.bu.chaa. .
ed that he'1 baa received this invitaHe I He came' here hoping to find some I .-they called it a' '
guest from.,i3ouLk ,Carolina and Miss Mr... and Mrs.. Coley'are convinced was great soeeess..otwithstanding k.
"j Dixie White, and her sister; M Ian.., will. no. doubt do 'full' !this surcease'for' his sorrow intending to that, iKl..hllmee' t..-a'good Mrr.'S.iB'i. ; ; ;., Mertatnedheformer the ''fact. that-.most '
property. '
Vareen of the Isle ;of;Pines,{ II tice to'' the 'untt.u.lfeature. of take a< trip.down" the-lakes and. riv.ere. vestment, and one, that will contln ,class. of the ,Epl.cop.l.Sun- the Indians were out in the swamps ,,

? .members of the ,Gardner house section! when he ia sailed" upon to .' 'He was unable to find a boat ue to'g'tow morevaluable* day chool ,:.Wednesday.afternoon, at ng. ".,From the three camps .t.I.ht --

were also guests at, the..dinner contribute his part 'to. the entertainment for some time till his friend S. R. !!The- block, has just; recently been the -Bullock home on Clyde' avenue, sat down, to"I..t 'ontlle.. tlellof -:
'of the club. Chapman' came to his '''and CIiC : the The visftews
season
. rescue built. of This?class in ,now taughtby, pars: :
It.is'occupiedon portion '
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...... ..ai.tectJn ftndinl""-.uitable. launch. ,; the Coombs- ', prey J?""th., "food ,but'thei'Indians''
? lower the ofee
Y' floor
MRS. WAGNER SURPRIS ; by post on a i. '
with Henry Hansel to run it.T The were.mL lacking' hospitality, low:
BRYANCTBERRY.Nathan' ten; year lease. ;The 'second, floor .is young''people'enjoyed gameson"the .
r' SUNDAY SCHOO Mr., Kestler accompanied wild
brmght
CLASS. was by occupied offices. ' lawn ''till a 'late hoarwhe: they: 'turkey'andwildpumpkin
: I one Klsslmmee'swell his sons. A..,M. and,, F,, J. Kestler., "' by they.:,were refreshed._l"'lth'" ice, ereant which' they ,;cooked "andserved. s
Bryan of -
> "' ; Class < The returned from h ,
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;The Kmgs Daughters',! 01 .. party' yesterday DELIGHTFUL PARTY ON NETYEAR'S and Fake -" rAmong' \
known business men.. was , .
mar.'rind : '
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ut,3 the ,!t. E-- ,Sunday school surprised MIl..j., 'AlbertaO'Berry a five day trip 'and 'left"foV their, ( ? dinner guests' wares;.
EVE
Tbursday''to
their teacher 'Mrs D.jG. Wagner northern home. Mr.' Kestler expressed 1\\ .A ''PLE SANT'SURPRISE i ,Jimmie Cop i: Ho-tl-yee.;Hl-o-tee' i
at her home in-Archer.,Fla. '
out himself as well pleased with : ... : Tom Parker 1 he-cha. Jimmie,
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Mond..rby.motorin to her ; Os-
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They are expected to' arrive hometo.day. The home of Mr.. 'and' Mrs'P.'C.ButtorQ --- 'f1'
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:pl..nteount1.)1o;: *.for a ."p nd ' "* the hunting randfishing, of;this) ceola/. ShopoItarjo,, ...OsceolaIAMPING ..
the .afternoon. 7" tion 'and'' said another '''season,see'I'I' -was the scene' of a very, )11'.and-Mrs.'D.:.Delson .w.s agreeably and, .1'1.la..h .. a 'i,
rrhe' bdda I.1 the'thsrming:daughter would *" pleasant party Wednesday.whent a ; surprised on Tuesday evening "
This is an anntun ob.ervance.f' know just' where-to 'go. \ 1 JI
'the: calls and is .anticipated the of Mr." and Mrs. 'J. F.' O'Berry, number'!, of relatives and friends when, a number- -of their Orlando 'SHED, .
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members;with' pleasure.'". ?. 'by who formerly lived here; She has P. .C'RUTT0RFF'ACCEPis', gathered to" watch the old. year. .out friends dropped In :on'' them at their I ,- PARTifcAT s" ' '' '

.Tha': event I is, .always Informal when been a frequent visitor in Klssimmee and, usher in<1920. home i on- Clyde avenue, with 'loaded :' .HAMMOC. ,
} the self tnvited made and has a host of friends here as ORLANDO POSITION ':'A. Mriea'o'f ping-pong'games and baskets of Christmas goodies and ; .,

,quite at home and gwests enjoy are informal well as-at her home'to./ extend feUd, '" '. of'' rook amused the guests till the giftsfor, every.on. :1 : tAt Captain and' Mrs. Ro <.Melkel.: }
battingasthey; inspect.Christmas tatlons on' the event.! ,f >\ C. Buttorrf- baa'.ccePted s position midnight hour' :when the hostess the dose of"the' evening the ,on..-..ceompaDied.by'; M: ; C..
: read dhristmas'cards'' The 'groom' Is, the" eldest son oMr. with the Florida Auto, Supply served. a' delicious< ''collation includIng host and' hostess.: were presented !Stanford; and'' her' daugl" I....''
55 giftsand At .the close -of th* afternoon Miss ..- aDd Mrs. ,-." C. Bryan.who. has Company, which baa garages: at both 'assorted sandwiches,. doughnuts. : with handsome, electric table, s\ppi Margaret 'and'Matti. IIi let ."

Adah Wagner'as.bted by Miss Ella grown1 to manhood h..... He left Orlando ,and Tampa. coffee and hot chocolate and homemade ances, Th vevening' was spent. in and Dorothy' Bullock., <\iorclon : '
college' to" enter thewar and 'served Mr.4Buttorffwlll; k'.Io' full chargeof '
bon-bons 'and merriment.
in its "menu. c' nuiaio thnr Bullock''' 'and Captain'Vans
,.\\IrI. Gilbert tea. served'sdalntj. ( afternoon .: in 'Francs. till the armistie.;'when he the Orlando] bualn....,' In fact he The >event .-oomplimentary1 to .. Those"present'were; .)lr.- and Mrs. ...Agnew,"were". ; .aleseaM"rleaying
Mrs ; ,vTt-t .Crawford>* *' t :>\of n e'}Thomas.Ga :: 'asr .j'' was. honorably discharged .from mil entered'. ) ontWto duties last'week,.. their son Gordon,,.who i.-hom. front Robert Cahoon Mrs.. Allen, Cahoon, ben \Thu.... i .. J

':. '.vWw... ,W..;;-wasran.out.' ;. of town 'gueit y! service... " ,* n M? ..' .-; This ,doea .not.Imply.'that Klssim- the UnlveFsItyl\ of Indiana '.for,. the and son';Allen.. Mrs., Kruse. 'Mr. 'and for SheH Hammeek. ,' ,ems- '.
i, .' ? rfl'-IS"nod"etcpr.ss"'inessenger on mee ,WtU'J- Mn-and'Mrs.Battorft hcllqay. ' .' Mrs. little"John bias i, .. .. .
at thl. event - e season. ) Frank Gordon.:and. the ,
<< -- the Sugar Belt railroad and is -in.\ a from''her'1 bu.b e..or' socialcircles, Gordon. .Miss". )Margaret Hamilton fishing/1 and wit..t. ;return j onto. .
'1t fairway promotion. .. ,' " aa they intend to continue occupying If. have anything to ..n trade M' .. .Mr. Mrs" r.L.: .
} x, I'Do:not forget the .KIe.lmmieVa1- yea s Foss and Chas.Crabb Saturday. aftentoo*. . ;: .
':{,,' :. ..:.Mr. _and,Mrs.Bryan: will ,make their handsome residence on the. corner . or exchange try,.an "ad. .* indoor. daaslfled ," .Miaf.AUam'ttrabbe':and Mr ,J .

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While w gin the toad of Orlando the er day, .T'' CORNER: ,
I :See that tin daily: function are regular normal ;
I came (dr'a //ady'with' auto'that was stalledI the,way,

i- '' h,thing her atshe said quite an' tion tome.. "
.1' oan't expect the UtttoY
\TOU one* to be bappy and pia,.. . While writing I asked her from where may ; '
v ful when. the _bead feels dull .. And sheijaughingly' j answered. Kittimmee.I ' !: We Make -

and the The tr

normal b bitofnis to be workeol away.. steady- ,"wondering what coi) I :.. __ __ _l "*
notice them
and when
happy you And wonlering if' the dr.wa. working icely '
sow and fretful you will usually "'
find oonetipatloa. Is nepono hl.. a r Y While cleaning the spark gaps so' I could see ." .o : -- -
Bow'
Still thinking of the i
Perhaps they have missed that answer she'gave me '. ,
dally function so necessary''to. And 'he"'a ked 'me. if I had ever been to Kiisii. i nee.ailced'the . '; ;;'

_rs_._._ ..:..corolort.and_health. Look at the? .. ,, : .i L. ll. "
tongue and aee if'the-breath .." ... fussed vnth the wiring' till it sounded like a -"'-.....:......;...-:"- --'-' t-l ._ .. 1'

,.'.bad. Watch for belchinsv.. Tb.et.; A* I answered, never in my life not me. ; 'beginning of the'Nev'-year; and wash all our friendl"I' :

r..arep.tloa.' Tonigbtp|feV". 1i ::0.' _ I stepped be the starter it jumped like a flea j N = -. heaand\' happinei: We a&reciate:: the liberal patronageof .

f Drc.u..lh 8- .. So I stopped{. it quickly, a* .h/s 'said me: ,j:
>ou.cl-l! buy "c\ beini' t bottle In the.r Won't you ride with me to Kmimmee. tt1a, community duringthepast years and confidently '
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Morafiandltwtll I
.. a' S aet e ?bouM lorbe emerpoC ...... look feWard to the forming oTSnany new friendship and
1'1 p ,4&&. 'almost daily when it is needed. She price of work on her car. .
greatly Enlarging uline... >
f p In ipttt 0ftJ4 hot Dr. Coldwett'i Nothing T; answered are you going far? .. our UU s "I

ti '.' Co welPoff a Srntf Peptin b tht iargett idling' I'm on my., way ihe smilingly answered mf r .'. . .. ,
\, Do UNlis liqwld Las dw in th* world then Down onfihe shore of Lake Tohopekaligj j -'a,4, FURNITU t
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bb.rabbwith It ect.e' d .bci", over 6 million botch soul each i V'As -
1 withou Pi ,so 'w year, many who Ned tit benefits how Where they all .go, lo Kissimmee. a starter for the New Year we dill attention to our large :.

y also grown be .vea can to tiny it freely baby it with can not yntrnamt yet tatd and U addnafvr If yott "have a not free, und trial I looked fit I.j. her wonderingly for I did not ee and complete stock of Furniture. Tilt' it a line that it in- ...

51' feet ;4&le&t. Thousands ofpericananulies imttU to Dr.Sc.W., MonOccUo B. CoUuttU., UGnois.r 511Wathington Of such l j place in the South there coul| he, dispeniible in the home. We sit orbit-eat off it-and
vould not think And if she was trying to flirt' th me, ; "
; fONGRESSMANW. As wondiiE'ng told me that I would b sleep in it. Slip in some day and let It show our atock.'J

Very : down at Kissimmee. \

?' WE CANT SAY ENOUGH

L SEARS : So I got *y the car thinking what WOUld.A. .
about the Edison Mazda in
Lampt. They are a blessing every
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URGES! COMPLETE CENSUSt1 ooth as smooth as ever coucljVe.t r home. w1>ife They-aTe-initalledv. ;-These long- ftter..n- --.I.-

It looked, me like I was going to be .:' ,
M I IHf ; enings are always cheerful to the fortuaaVe users of the .
t'v t Citizens df, To the : It** Mazda Lamps.. The White Mazda it theflaUst creation, of
bjft the Constitution, of n
JAa required for the tak Wishing every one a But beinfa green old batchelor you tee, Edison brain, and is the ultimate thing ItyVne' matter of a
i Congress has prMldqd Happy and roue New Year I I am very bashful for a man like me. V
ing of the 1920 {rensua and the enu- am. aai truly, And so mV old head was swelled like flea reading light. Nothing equals it. I!;
t meratora will beglji, work aoem time W. J. SEARS
I of Congress.SHIPPING As I asleep her again from where may you be, -
in January. I e repeatedly stated ,
And she }ughingly answered, Kis immeAI
and still bell the Fourth Congressional '
Di.tr'of; Florida has THEBOOZE : i.

w made aa rapid a more rapid 'Increase TO OTHER COUNTRIESNew I very soon found out what was Kissime, Osceola
Hardware Co.
in popul on than any dis- And arQot sorry from what I can eejp

trict in the Uni Ii States. However York, Oft. 23.Distillers and As I hav4 been over most of South Flejida.And ..
,k the next cen s will determine other owners 4f alcoholic I beverages this .lace just suits me. .. ,
whether I am ;ht or not. It will are seekingerallons t export millions of
But never will forget how she said ss
be too late afte the census is takento of whi y and oilier liquor to
complain th many citizens were from this andK >they eastern ports Will you ome along to Kissimmee? -Weary Willie. .
omittedMay therefore urge up- before January S, when the national :r
"on all to co-op; ite with the census prohibtion mendment becomes ,
enumerators if he fails to find effective, but an meeting with great r
o you, look him u difficulty in getubg freight and car- \
We Are
i I would also suggest .that the go space it wg)* learned here yes '"" Agents For

borad of count; commissioners, and terdayft LINOTY: E OPERA SCHOOL s
F the school boa aa they represent Shipping meiivjdeclare that it is
the various dls icta 'of the 'county,' extremely-doubtful whether cargo Lakeland Steam
make 'themselveoperate a commit to co- apace can be obtained for more thana NpW OPEN IN ACON GA. Laundry f ,
"--with th .t.countyenumera- comparatively Vmal percentage of -1
tors. I woulduggestion so make the same the liquors offered for export although 4'- ..
e as to he mayors city bf- some firsts have announceda So great has been the was made chairman
flcials and cozen of ctal.. willingness t* ,give preference to i more typesetters in the 001 committee; Mr. Wood- Leave packages: at Kistimmee Dry Cleaning Works .
Thia matter i ;so important and liquor shipment r: to help distillers Southern Newspijter to represent Ken-
\\the .,.d..rtt.eme! will. be worth ao and othera out raf their difficulties. sociation has esUtblished at Mr. Moore, Louisana.
G 4 ,much to Florida believe it will be Custom Hou .'officials' state a Ga., a well-equi>ed school la Press Association met Shipment every Wednesday and return
a good. idea if ch town having aboard heavy export' movement, already is the operation" offthe ,pecember 5, and agreed to
of trade uld appoint a ..peeaLeommrttee under way. Loqj&r exports have been chine. ials and I news stories for Friday. Landry will not be called
.4.. .. : also co-operate increasing Bteaddk for many months, The pay for operators on (Jx months to show young '
4 Y.r......_- ''with' the enumerdi >rs. Aa'.you know but the heavy movement ia said to chine $30 to $75 great advantages to be lor aor delivered. '
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. / the. in in I and yet hardy! more : .chooL' -:> -:- -:-
representatio Congress have begun/ in October-,- the latest I ., '
_ the' future will d end upon this enumeration I I month.for whicff? detailed statistics enough operators;can be hadYoung < onventions of employing .
; besld ,as stated above ,are available value of the been 1 $sve invited Mr'' Anderson SN"YDER .f
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the increase twill ;a published in theCongressional exports of -spirituous ing the peOPI.3tave, in tbl before them to, show how \ ,R. A' II '
edory and sent and'malt Wlth. 'reached $1- field.The work ntribute .to'the success' ,of '
a broadcast over: tbf United States. 807,276 aa. : .with only and the a rise More than 200 \ ' I ,. ", i, l
The Supervisor >f Census for the $399,774 during the"";,same period last education and the ere' received during the t. 1
r Fourth Congress nal -' District of year. *f,4 perhaps ar.1at. for any I ,leeks after the appear- "
r Florida is Joseph Erriery Jackson- 'Exports of rye''hl.key increased class of I i achool'a advertising. The .-- .
; f' villa,. Florida, an' a i ia doing everything from $18,879 in October, 1918 to The I for open for business at .oo.o.oooooo.oooooooo..ooooooooooooooooooooooooo
he can to ake the I censusa M18.165 in the sable month of 1019. a struggle to ke A operators. i I I nary 1, and inquiries
".,. access.: ,The cou y 'enumerator sot Of'the ,amount 'Jd ped last October type or irrtertyp I machine ddressed to the Georgia,
!+- far appointed by; >ur. COllntY"- ar. as I $398.643'worth, 'wal sent to Great proximately $5,0 0.and when inese: College.E ANNOUNCES THE INAUGURATION OF THE
,follows:' .Jaa- ,G. rattion 210 BayridaCasiua Pritain; and Ireland; $7,375 to Cuba fisher has to-wafth two or
St. ,Kissimmee > $' '0.1 $3.190to-Mexico, ii,450 to Chili andthe machines stands die day VICTIM, ,
I' Roberta Albert L. Brand,' 14ft. Mar- remainder to other ;European because operator> are not to .. "
r I ton A: Jennings, E ward R. Annable and; South. Americas .: at any. price. ,..hi nerves begin wifrld- shot to pieces l. Tampa Special"VIA n
'. ''Mra. ,M". Nourse,' ol St. Cloud. Flor fer. g, days for I ,. _
T J .71 ida..This Jist may le added to should Don't You Forget: .The J Bcarc ty' t t1'pe..t <%fls ,and bulwarks; and .
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j .others be required f to assist. In. ,tak. B..r'ln mind that ..Chamberlaln'sT.bleb' felt ao keenly 'at early' in I[ kflua of rights; capital Is THE
;/Ing the census. I not. only.'move the bowels some publishei ,waited' on "Andel'I 1r.- labors roundly hit ,!
*! .tA-p your 'Keprelentatlve but .improve the appetite: ,and Anderson presi nt of the a Jour mills are standing
I .hra-e, )'ou to with the cent strengthen the digestion. "fhe,.. contain Alabama BusintGa College at. 1-aln. have jump.d'the "
0 sae ; the fullest ex: no pepsin. or other dl..dv.r.r. -, and. 'urged n to start : ; .,..nt.,. No CG-01t. have'already ;ment but ..tfen hen the stomach and setting school. i ,1 connection -w 'glory In' the wreck, TLANTICCOAST LINE
of' the: enable it to perform\ its functions business "college] which," for te consumer gets the

I' but1loertatnly /.a DilJr'I naturally. ff. i, ''t, tz)1) years: has bee raving ths*' eck. Oh,', the ulti :
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o.htn t students from ak'parts of the \ 'tn the scrap baa lit I rer" \ I
Mr Andenon'aelect d "' g.' happy Just to" labor "- ,. for the ,
right man beca *lilt be had or>,the mart- and to feed Season"1919.20' .
1 into And pu"' sher before i ; kWdlss, and to buy, the , 'lit. ;
the schooltracted Usiness, and -
need, and< provide against No. 91. '
No. 92.'. r
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tderabla
coring whjBp he's old and .gone
through the tex books be ; ; ; alM-the: bricks are fly '9:00 A.YMLv.Jacksonville. Fl* ........._..Ar. 7-2nP: .nr. '::
ten on ,the' Eng h language;; ; acVppers are ,, on. deck, 1029A., MJ;Ar. Palatka .J."t; ;-.-___.__..: : P. M. w i
Jc.'i '\ how to" mast'it themore !. '.consumer ; gets the'And'the.ultl '11:62 A.' M. Ar DeLand, ......_ --,.......-__._K'fi'iA: P..M. i!
12:28P.M, Ar Sanford / ,. .._... _.. S-'KO,
ly. He said hit' :ould .not; i th \,*.ck. ...Lv : P. M. ':.
I a typesetting| I.. a j pas had''a ''sad and .- .1:25'P.M.Ar.* ,, Orlando JTIV-JIZ-I..;:...-.__..Lv'a:a P. M.
'1S57: P. M-..,;Ali KJtsimmee I .,*' 't,<
i terprise .becau he cost / ,for Jhn'a always, bound to ..- .-... -..-.-.LV.. 2:37 P. M." ; !
,. I equipment''woulJ' be' they. Ido'' or not; V ,SIK 4:20P.-M.-'Ar.P. M 'Ar. Lakeland .... :.."......-...."LV. : P.'M.' !" "i
v the publicity Or-l/ndYertisIng/' : j '' Tampa tJ I : .. .. TV' iJ In -' I'' ;
.frfcitic talking of their '' .
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I would bankrupt Jhe',school, ,in,:' ,. and' Is/while ; the ulti-- .6:00, ?,M. Ar?Port, Tamp;::.::.::::_.....:..,.Lv. 11:60 A.; .M., ;
SAL CAR '' \ "
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,. THE I months." .. y i I" :} '. foes. ahead and pays .. .; .J
,The matter, s taken 'vn It's / time of-:sound and NOTE.-Th.. I trains' io .
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... S. '' '' the:' knows pot stop. at any station not named 'above:. :
U ere Is the Ford'R&about' a perfect whirlrof' [ N. P- A. at I Asheville' : madness no : f.-FIagStops. '
tion Iastsnmra4; f, and the' the consumer ..
ultimate .
; utility. 3sff -the dally life of : . .. ,i '
a : into pera''of. thecontracts 'Sot th signed ? n the p.ck-walt; \j'

ev y, anywh everywhere, and all the 'guar teeing the : P.i'. I EQUIPMENT :;)\

r ,tine For town d country, 1$ Is all that Its of J the school equipment a: 1 agreeing. and to : .for 'Kissimmee: t 'Vs1: : :. t
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i. name he-a unabout. Low in}, coat of licit,. to get atuUenta. ,W.' T, ., ,1arlor'cars.and coaches between jackeon"lIle
low cost of maintenance, with' and Tlmpa. JI
opera For accommodations nd'further ,details
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allthe"a, dependability ''and-re-: Ir, i' +'c..I..01'o address apply to ticket :gents" or . ,\
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noted..We'd bo ., .. ;;f.J:
r, liability fo Ford can are i' ,. "'
u r pleased to h ur order for one or more.V A.:W.FRITOT'. Div.: Pass. Agt. J. G. HIRKLAND : I I.' \ l
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Orlando Steam l l LaundryACE ,801 ,West ,Bullding. Jacksonville FJa. F..Act \I'
\)tare a t rything in motorcar acce > a i', '2-3t.1 .... Freight Terminal,Station; ".j
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1 al have full line of genuine TampA ;
.ones, a Fla ;
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Ford p t9 -give/iitliuine Ford service;' \ > '* I : .. .ooo ,ooo .o. \
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W. wr.naviIle <3 1'Vf' 'WHISKEY( FOR- .. ,
,4 ,,,, Pharr ,: .j, a
l'T,, r I. ty :V.m'r1I'itHam:,
i.. Wilson,' of ann.., Ga..and A. T. '
I r. : 1'L r a+ fatlllo of cd ,has eloM.1 a deal :.COLDS AH FLU

Dr. KIn by' which Come' into' possession
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I e nraoon "f- .,f,\. 1114 [ 'orange grow of 'Jas. ,

:' ttaj-ta you' . ;: 4 4'v W. Wright situated near Bethel. Oa
: rra .1D e ,)lo'ChDO a| eat, cl ,Det.an.L' The New.Elixir, '.ed j: lfrOy'

F ..n-e1't1 l ate' of 80a ;
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,. ;' trite e: r o onp navel Pharr, cam! ffeLand to'close therris'ai 'American
a peAn"and' Army!;
app It, is to deal'Mr. ? brother-ln-law
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! Or. King's New r I of' MrsA.:: Patillo.' " Burgeons to Cut, Short a.
You will Ilk
like It businessongestr- 1- I. "IIi' "The pro ly .Is 'II. most 'attractiveone .Cold and'Prevent'' Compli:
way J o ph 'I
: .,. Vel
ted cheat, '
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relieve an rnew Ids :.t '" \ ,ha. pne, croL of, fruit, on, it cations. V.'t,
couch, Ir grippe .. I J jt. f j' .a c grove! .r.. ; . ". t V.
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r The safety, o, Dad ifter-effects La .i .' 0 pe pro l t.y'sale made. in De- '
Standard f a century. 60c. and -, land In rel time to Refund Price

2p -At your- druggist, 0M.; 'em;: ;Wil I .-. -XheNCQ'RO- e... pan' -ha.. ,bwahI.ad"o 'While,You Wait at Count

: 'a ii'I'u ; and'It Ie 'fjrvl ,trot ,
er If Relief Does Not Come
tut' wll: In good wlt. t it.
.Co 'Due .ConstipatedIffyoiir : : ; This' clop trult.thJa -year' was Within Two Uintttea.: '
bulldoze f vatiic-l I ,.1' '0, which .(hi formt-r H ,
bowels '
st Make: them function regularly row RINGE JVVVff V owner" retain! n i the sale. DeUglittul'Taate,:Immediate'A'
Jim Ight'a Negro,'
ee the body.dean8ed of waste : ?? '
tt with Dr. KlDC'. New Uf.PUU.ness. Ttlosc o may not Mn'ow. it) Belief/ uickarm-'
James Wri, ,,1s a negroand this t .n
lIS .elck headache.- sour Is ...niitl if.h; ia '
grove only e i of several( he owns The < rear, the
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., BCD.bad Indigestion, dlulnees, furred Jim is proba worth $30.000 to drug trail Is Akpiroaal, the two-,
to ue, breath-think of the em-
....e noo.ooo.u which he has' made minute told and cough reliever, authoritatively
Jrassments w
and discomforts :
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, ab le to constipation. How easily .At'BERT' .....CIeo. during the past 0'20 year :mend 1>e- guaranteed by the Uboratorleap -
they're rectified by the occasional use VV t AOIMIIIaI ?SUJ'..., w'n Land by. hardJT work"and by attend tested, approved and moot '
of Dr., King's New Life Pills. More : taa4 wry=hya,tadthe ing to his own busineu. He la alive enthusdastlcsilyendersed<< by the algh-:
the bowels smoothly but surel Try timt Jka7R.X wire. rfid( '' his fHame can nlway" be eat authorities and proclaimed: ,;
themtODlpt... All dmggUta-23C.; as | '::l=-. ..-:... foun4 among '4he larger :donors to the common people aa tea times > aa)
,usual.- national joy:smoke .,........,.,' '
and effective. rock'' ,
', < any fund for the" public'good. 'The quick ( at whiskey, x
, i with ceo Albert is just = 7l=:::1'; News ,wishes that DeLand bad .- .a and rye,.or any other cold and cough ,
NEW. $1,000,000 FRUIT ROLLING your own dgarg hundred negrofs like. Jim Weight. ,I'remedy they hare ever..tried. i
joy'us.a sidelM as you ever, ed'around in. 'RsysteUaTo who makes tw ,All drug' stores ore now 'snpplled'with '
COMPANY AT ORLANDOOrlando grew before.-.DeLand tile wonderful elixir
where none "" new to all
your grip I Far, take hata angle, you never if such quality, WIoo Caaapaaqr.N.C.. News. > :you haveHo do to /get rid of that cold t;
.D U9---At a I cl.l is to into the nearest
i atop drug; .tore. r.
-meetiryr h ... 'y flavor-ragrf'nrll! an
view Citrus piny was organized; e-made" will present "When a Orugglst' finds--that-hia-: of Anplronal and tall-Llm to s rreyau.. ,
the following cer. elected: By, K< as every "P. A. ho you customers all speak well of a certain two' toaspoonfnls with four teatjx>on-

Wilson, of 0] hdo, 'president; William under- bonnlU'It'. 80 preparation, .he forma a good opinionof I..tof! water I In 'a Blast..' With your
Baumnn f DeLand, vioe-pres. Prince Albert.. putfjftiew smokenotionsi your it and when in need Clf such a watch In your. laud, tike this> drink
ideht; S. L. lIon secretary; J- F. delightful( rolled Into Ggarette-akd. so easy to roll I And you ust take PRINCE V medicine is almost certain to use it at one swallow: onil'eall tot your money

. V Angle, treasi John S. Rowland beck! You P. A. la cifcp cut himself and In'.his family. This is back ,in '\\:0: mtantm if 'YO'.I'' cannot
e away seer
like it
will be gene manager. to,it you beerj inK np why so many druggists use and recommend fool your cold fading away like a dream

A 1,100-aci ract of land purchased and a dnch to bJKdle I It stays put-and you don't to>e lot wA A jrou ?y Chamberlain's Cough Rem within the time limit.. Don't bo basb- t y
from Jam! will be developed V ful, for all druggist; invite and ,
Beggs / edy. J. B. Jones, a well known-drug you
in citrui ita.. The tract lies start to hufjjK paper around the tobacco # gist of Coburn Ky., says, "I have expect: you' to. 'try It,' Jv: T1bod1'* d'
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about six ml west of Orlando & Prince'Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a ho a used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy doing it. :a
south of the rlando-Oakland road, .. Youll in my family for the When your cold 'or eouR is'ry "
patentYou
the purchase ,ce was not named, rolled drfette. tool Bite and parch are curt out by our exclusive years, and have found it past to be seven the I I lleved, take the remainder.of the bottler '

but the devel ent will represent p know P. A. is the tobacco that baa led three men to amoke best cough med ine .I have ever. home to.your'wife ill by far the and safest babies and,toost'for
an investment more than one ,mil- known." effective
lion'dollars an. ; land will be ea*.. pipes/hera one was smoked before. Yes air, Prince Albert blazed the the eaaleat to 'take and tae

ily This worth associat fl.OO) n with acre"the companyare And, me-o-my, what a wad of amokeaport" will ripple your way Beach The opened Breakers fol the Hotel season at Palm with moat fr* Infenta agreeable and children enid end-Adr..nu/th) remedy, i i

: R. K. 8. L. Wilson, R. cry time you AH opl i I' twice as many g !8ts present as. ev.

A, McTyre, J. F ngle, C D. Christ, -- - ., -- _ _,__ -- er before on the opening day, and
12.!: F. ... o Orlando. William the management* predicts the bigBeach
Bauman, Wj* A. uman, II. C. Koos- THEI IMMATURE'FRUITl-AW Grandest I Best season Pal | has ;ever- irI,
er of Del ftd. LjkE. Bauman O. C. Thinf known.
Bauman, Jay You and F. H. Ohlerof
PitUburg, Pa. J- S. Rowland and UNTESTED IN TH COURTSTallahassee Ever Saw No Great Act of I Heroism, Required-
C. P, Sheldon Of Lakeland. The
If some great act of heroism was
company was planned by Elwell A''' 1'; .. --::;:;- necessary to protect a child from
Co. '3 .. 21 -(Special)-f involved authorities PAINS IN THE BACK GMON THE '' fEEAlEO TINS ONLY
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'" croutV mother
first The supreme" has affirmed' the claimed that th'1.1'for test is secondary no would\ hesitate to AT)!tIR GQocERt
, This project is mong the in her it ,
protect offspring but when is
RELIEVED ,
magnitude recent! consumated in decree of the! fuit court for Dade to the t and no matter if STOMACH DIZZY SMttLS y L'
. Orange county. county in the "! e of D. %V. Moran. the fruit on th ees ahow nature's FOR THIS BNSACOLA only bottle necessary of Chamberlain's to keep at hand a ,
sheriff et al, Hants, ys' Charles proof of they shall not Cough Rem- MAXWELL 'HOUSE"COFFEE.
edy and it
MAN. give as soon as the first 1
LeJeune appelM The opinion is by be not come to
O. F. KRIBB8 A. AKERMANW. | up indication of
Justice"Van croup appears, ,there
Chief rowne. Attorneys: the acid iipeneAl by the sta /
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J. STEED are many who neglect. Chamberlain'a .. ,
C. Swear! n, attorney gener-- tute. contended that Both white and 'color I .- c .
KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND i STEED al. and D. St t Gillis assistant, color is test and if, in feet Bruce Sloan, wh as lived in Cough Remedy is within the '

.........F. ass Cm........ mt Law.MM.i. .' for appellants:'? '[ice & Prce{ of MIami the language of, statute, the fruit Pensacola for 22 yea wherehis reach of .all and is prompf and. effectual. ->'!
__";; n....... for appeal bIt show "an aver on the trees of conduct has been Suj that i they" .' j 'No Worms la a HeaHUy.Child

tie..rat settee Ie all State .. " State c....... grower -of :'i trus fruits in Dade they "shall be., ed to be mature) Bruce says: "I 1 been .suffering -, cleaning, department of Jacksonville rote heakh tbm achy U.more wbtoY or Indicates|M. poor blood dlMarbutca.wee u a.- ,
Momaca
county and that. undertook to ship and fit :for cons'! tion and may be I 1, for some time I pains In my,'were served a bill Christmas break- GROVE'S TASTELESS!: chUlTONIC dvra ngulattr
: W.'B. CRAWFORDATTORNEYAT.LAW' 569 boxes of g lefruit that- Ihowe shipped or sold t out first being back, right"' over kidneys, and I, fast Christmas mtrning' the, city br two 01' three ..... will enrich the blood IB.Vtvn t
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' average on trees of more than submitted to th cad test provided some days I could n 0 to my work i mejl
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. one half color, dicating ripeness for in this act.'". he supreme court,on account of 'it. Mater. was bad tII.w......a,.*B. If...will ca..'.
It that of, the state citrus holds in Justi rowne's | and I often had to t several I Urawaflor'........the worm*u4 the OhUd wffl ha
.Citizens seems on' opinion up ..Make the visitors'welcome., JDparfcot hatkb. .......at.......1 I ..IMT.......
; :. fruit Inspector: steel one crate of that there.re instances where times during;the nigh My, stomach r---: '
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.- Bank Building] second gradefri out of a. car con- nature does not; idicatematurity, was all out of order I, had pains

Xissimmee, I I : : Florida talninsr 372 era ,, and a number of by color and th gislatuce: in effect after eating and gas d me swelled
grapefruit from pile which had not said that when re has performed up pretty bad at time I didn't hay
1'\\" been placed in tea -and Were not one-half of her' cess, it shall be much appetite and 11' very! bilious
DR. R. J. DENNING for and that n'' I believed I the '' andy ;
ready ship upon accepted as cone f e--of ripeness. always root' d' !
DENTIST. chemical test t inspector reportedthat At the same time", ie legislature recognized \ herb medicines, 1 r daddy before -
Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. they fell 'w the requirement! another ndition thpt nature me used to 4 and that is

\ 'i Over the Postoffice..OFFICE of the statute. thereupon Sheriff sometimes lays the applica- why I decided to bottle- of Dre- t
Moran, seized t fruit as immature tioa of, her pain nd brush until aft co, when it fis t to town :sand
HOURS: I to 1I:30: 110'to; .. under the laws Florida. Mr, Le- ter the ,fruit are for consumption, it '
,,? y; \ Office Phone 158. : Jenne-thenobta: d-a temporary,' and gave ,the*,grtoshow < rer an opportunity'' It; Just knob ,,''oubles /Tights
\ \ junction restrai #.'Sheriff' :Moran, : that c [dition by the acid .out' of me.- n are all right
." i ,f State Chemist' se, Commissioner, test< provided ,fo< .It" the' statute. Inother again,. andAI n' ev I' have pains In I

',' .'']v..* LEWIS O'BRTAN ,',II of Agriculture Rae ..nd,,the :fl'1llt. words, t legislature said my back, t everything I want
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"',' . -' ', inspector> from:' hholding' und pre- "When, nature)'proclaims the maturIty audit do; me a bit My.bow-

,.; 'J f,' ATTOBNZY-AT. !; -LAW"A i I,' venting, the 'co> inant from' snip of th. 'crop,!we will,accept..her!;.els act j re y. .''Dreco; did I me' SoI r
./ j "' J' ping the prapef; \and''lrom, In anyway mute ;,.demonstration;.and". when she'much, go t't 'J>ou bt three ,bot- u t
;r : (';'*', 4 A Waring Building,. . interferinsr h' the,, trsnsportaconsideration' remainssilent, vm will permit'' the, ties, sot. a my. family'could,take, p J 1
tion and .tale the f., shipper toprove wyanother tt." "
.teat thatthe
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,:_,." .. .: i' :, .JOHNSTpN it GARRETT \ for ..nY'ne take. 'Dreco ia made

1 <<' :*. I )ATTORNEY: -AT LAW >' A :'MILLION DOLLAR' C AjE\-n.-nnI:': pmt s' r ifferent es. These roots-act "on herbs the, ,.., ''N. S are safe ahd pure, and, our *pl nduSfacAtie r

" Ofless ..10. 11 and 12 ClUsena\Ban* ; h, bowel, and kidneys U t

" .- .' Building MILL FOR' LAME WALES a blood.' Dreco';knocks for giving prompt attention to'mailed,deposits irs, n,
.\ j JltlaaIIDID...- T>& t u 'o shortly, ''relieves ca-
I w ,ta h the head and, > stomach)= 'IR
careful
: : \ .the resultlif, a studied effort,W satisfactorilyienra a.large; .
The citizens l Lake.Wale': *, and,''"land quickly ." ported .to;;th."l'loca- m as y sleep soundly' and creates ', : I'' ry* I

BHCKMASTBR in fact of the er, e RKage'have just I tion,It is sat fi to.- .,.' thatan, army t th ap a trequal tite..As Drecor a blood It purifier puts a, and, COD, ntlr"growing,list of ooVof-town' deQoahorat
DR to feel' ul' at this ..time tot workemn' -
cause Jo ill''be busily engaged 1 p boils, eczema, and other 1 . . :i
aside from the ct .that.,Christmas in the 'erect! of' America's largest' b fiectfons. .
and, NeW Year'' er, is ,almost upon and most m rn crate 'mill. Itc la sold byall'good druggists "WN YOU: ,CAN.T1COME, TO TOw$(;; '

y; us. We allude the new 11,000,000 Mother"g'inwjI' ch'ore'are ex-, throw ut, the country and is

:y4: .KissErs crate' mill,whie about ed by the COD idated Land Company we have a 'concern as the Con- the Central DrugStore., ,
i' )' at the no west border-'of the solidatedlargest d 'Company; one'of the :

V .OSTEOPATH city, limits;.an hen completed will iite "ttonge.t'companiea'' of : fr' i If _i ,wffl drop'iu a)Bae.wMirfll f cladly tell yoa, +"'
HIGH OFFICER
II' If ;" 'i'...:....:..... ' I be the largest] d most thoroughly kindmovement Istence, behind the new | LOST -CAUSE- I.' *' "- TB ; .' -,*
> modern crate U1 IB the, United ncI'1ritb'' a man''' like,W. ''T" t iris t and insiders .' i
k .ore + .'
few'g.od
; 5L.Richmond .. .. .. r a '
: STATE. BANK, BUILDING States.-* It, Is. t necessary for us SV Coach at the head of the 'comith ... I
. to. ende.vor'to inlighten the public p.ny..nd General'- A. II. Bland j., .
; : 't '
'27.-Arrangements
De shonldl Ks
'>'\. v'PhoneNo.l62'FireV '' as tqUhe bene this vast,, enterprise ing Clf B w, In''charge of con''at.rudlon were,being ,mad bere today, for the 1'4:i 3 :reason. *hy yon ... bestir :' V .1 .
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< will to; this lDoJDonJty. But; .it' may rest assured that .
funeral of ,Gen- fus M. Cox,whose
will mean' l.OOO1 ore, population,, the work ;1\>be' rushed ,to-the' very death dad another' r.
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' .f' least; .this. will ,' ssitate the eree- earliest -,< ible completion.;: 'This to the .rapidly. ning list of name high ., j}
tion of hundred of new residences will' give [t1.'welee!; twO' casts officers ;
; :of the Confederate \
to. house' themeans pe >Ie,-'.which'ID turn mills' the Ifeb1and Crate'Company, : waited the arrival.rMy.Plan'lor:1Jarial MAIL Of"r: :: :

additional usineo'places: anJplaces which wil slways have a warm spot of two sons-f [North Caronina., : Mlm ;
.Q 8S0J FRBP1EB 'of' reereat] n >and amusement in the: 1)e a 'of; the people of ;Lake Gen"Cox,'' who d the distinction! .. ,
and ,all"'these..co ibined will, lead up Wiles, a .the new'company' The of being the las Confederate con. Ii' .. .;1
lto.paved.atreet.. d many othu'iityimprovement.'w : two.comone ies will conflict not\ at all mander to' stop hting at
., : h"we must' have, with h. other'" and i 1. the: little atox had a disti fished career Appom \ and. which we a: ure'to.get; before Highland elcomes .with, open arms the Southern ar ,. having been ,- K.JSSIMM ,
'SELLS, ; f.- we can take the place ; -where 'we I the borni ,of its ,big,'new ,,brother: wounded eleven tel. His -
-, rightfully belongfamongthe] !' finest ',The ,C idated ,people have vritb- the'first'to Meadow bridge .ifr-1
was c s ,
;. Accident 1 and ; and God-favored" -,ties.,In, ,th.t\entire in,the eo net "of its own holdings aaterlal'sufficient I at Mechanicsville, ider heavy: fire ,RESOURCES. ,J750.000.00i 00.000';
; . of]
south supply "
i to 'last and he- was, the officer of, his
I ,l The 'citrus id try': Is, of'. the for a pe: : of thirty'years, st'the command y .
the Seven
.HeaItlit"Flare l 6laM.;, L'ie'. to this section end: of ilch surriyln Days'battle
greatest importai e';: time Lake Walesshould Gin.: ..Cox. fter'the close 'ofsecretary .
.Offieeraaadi Diced
biit'tthe'' establls ent' Af- this new be lie; metropolis' of ''Sooth ,
thL..r; served at ot''.the y
Iit'1.nd. Boiler Inturaricc:: ;'' crate.mill-here. 1 do more- for the Central VF' idati r United Statea.aen e. aa a memberof 'C A.' CARSON" President M. KATZ i L L. LE1,:Y P.' |f >* s

I" upgrowth'' and, a ancement of Lake Let'U.. _. busy*and start' the banolling'tba ) congress from s1 home state 'of .Aft JBi O St 11
',' Legal' ''Bond Executed, Wales; from taD; i mess,:,standpoint pf will.give the new mill a North Carolina c alt court judge r
,'.' YlewJ' in ione;> ,' than "would. fiftygrovesln'ten'yi hard surf i :road to Ita-jrery,doors. sad state .attorney uraL, H. was ?N,, B. CARSON, M.KAT7e; .x jo, j;

'Same> Day i'Needed' *;' t The';;;-surveys t -*jf'V.". been,41't ..made, -Lake': Wai 'Highlander., born 11. 1831.in Scotland k.N..c..;. larch' C ,.'CARSON.' l'H.'iwf !L3fINf3, ., ) "

4. ,_ stakes rdrivea an the Seaboard Air 1 41,,U> BRIAN; ;.JB o>.,a w* L8i3L3Tt, J i txJ.
,. .,. ... Line ,hav for .of i T'h&dit' : +' Lead-I; =; I .
>- ; ;isf ; me'engaged the 'Fort Meade : ., '
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.GFfltEr ....t'Ittt.ItINiIC\i.\; running the 11 es Ifor'a sidetrack ern-la Mbrand" with'a'r fa' .>* - - r
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ils . TUB, EttSBHBE" VALLEY GAZETTE ''FRIDAT" JANUARY 2, 1920ar ,. I .. : J''' ', ,,,, ,,,, ..

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\ : VALLEYGAZETTE to roadmaster,.;tin main lino rail ...... . . ..... . . ..... ........ .. .. . . ... .. ..0.0.0OO. . . .- . . . .....O. . .. "
K aaaw .> roads. If you can and will Assist. ?,me WatclwriitliTm
"''i in retting elf/' very. good? pcnition i "
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i I ".u.IDrKJ.I. ....-... Cea a.a r somewhere' ddwn there In Florida, in
at. ; -- .... ,........ .a good heal iy locality X will appreciate
t yourltlndne.i, and will pay A New Year'. (ought: "Cheer; the
I .W. m. Harrta,' I rgeaiaeaiSB. : .- you for )'O for the living for,the dead. Start t New Year RightB.UY'AHOME.
0 ... V a.. AVMW.' --... .; r r
i"i} y.le...... -. \_' .!..11 Thanking 1'Euble.: for your "' .
} -. kindness, your reply, I The Watcher ciled when :.he.
1 .y. ct.e 'Cpyf"onrtVear.lrL!! !! _..l'Ldo' am, .Yours very truly, read the dlspatcHending WD&of' the .
o.a Copy, 9lx Montba.Cepy ..._.,..?.. t.O' r I' W. H BOOTH. of 249 ring cursing, Jr. '
ODa ,, Three Months,___ ..0 P. SI w also be pleased tohear responsible anare s>. back to Eu-

1 Allepmmeae.tlons'.xe.pt'trom.uq r from f// e of the leading'.real rope. Keep It y Uncle Wbodrow. .-
}' authorised eorreepondeats malt be estate men our part of the coup you're doing fine may God thrill J ,
-ia-n ed by the writer try. I havehero good bouse and lot our- whole-eoun r| with the ..piritth.t '_'
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Rejected called matter for.Rntorod will not' be retmrnedejaleaa in Ens! for sale or exchange ,, inspired the unden of. our ,- '..
;y t for farm o: ovo, etc-., 'or will aellhere. .government',ln 17 '
e ( In the Poatoffioe at Klaelra-"' heN and b W H. B. ee' '
r ..e, florid*, as aecond-claaa matter.) National'prob1 .
ion. becomes a .
SHORT COURSE FOR F FARMERS fact on '. the 16tt! Ibis month by Real Estate Rentals and Investments

OPENS AT, COLLEGE OF AC- to reason the,of constitutl the el, The nth amendment Rummies ,

RICyjfrURE, JAN. .. are. trying by known to , ,. ,...
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; - the devil and .eldIYlce -to' over- = "That's ''Our'Buainess"
Everythlngus In readiness for ,the' throw the will and reestablish
students wbo will take one of the the of the whiskey y I '
four short Jocurses offered by the barrel. Some file ,
are so
depraved -
College of nAgftoulture, Jan. 6-16. that they wo p drag our. fair For Investments in City Property and Good Homes; for a Farm or Grove on or

Arrangements the hotels-anft: private have: been homes made to with care country and down makeM'iV Qro: the its land high of eminence the- near good. brick roads leading 'to town; for Timber Tracts, Cut Over .

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for those whb wish to come. Meals !spree and the hotne of" the knave. Lands for Pasture and Cattle Ranches see us .
STATE PRLSSP can be hadAAt the University commons They shall not ab teed. . ,. .
: .
for 8 /Bents a day, or 35 cents *", .. "v i < ,
,a single mealto Jt is not yet too late Happiness overflowed at the Municipal --v

k enroll arU special arrangements'or Christina tree the other ev "
r FRIDAY JANUARY 2. 1920 bemadaiat or those who come in ening.. As the 'BWjtft strains of "Holy Howard Anderson f L Co.EXPERIENCEAND ; )

Lj ,_ the last ml sate, without notice. Night." mellow by distance were. .
Ai These .cou.rs: < i are open not only to wafted to his perch in the Tree Top .. L : I"
i, ;; 'Schools. begin Monday 'the men, but\ tb women as well. One the Watcher noted that a subdued, KNOWLEDGE' ./

'''Vacation y will i be woman, Mr*. Lee, from Minnesota,' but happy spirit r emed to come over I ,
e w soon over.: (I has written! baking that reservations the great thug on Broadway-
} Almost pollto time. be made fqfj.her.' She expects to Tourists who had'recently dug them. PILLEY BUILDING: BROADWAY I KISSIMMEC, FLA.
; planting I make Florida her home some day selves, out of ih." snowflakes and ,
will be and she believes the courses offeredare come to this land where", God delightsto HOOHtU.OOOOOOtOOOOOOOOCOOOHOH < *4<"M>* **'M.*<"
The mocksinging. k- birds soon
' well worth -making this long trip. put flowers/.!nil sunshine in the -- I
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:_ c I I|I Four separate courses arc offered: i winter declare ::bat they had never I I ,
1 ;. Animal Husbandry and General Agriculture known such aTChristmas.; Bright NOTICE.
The oran rees are preparing to Poultry Husbandry Citrus lights, palms, ntutlc and chil-' I -
happy
; ; ;
tin...lvlth o i{[Culture-""1I1Id.:1'getRbhrGrowingalldTractora I :: ; drencombinedRaker7rherminfestival. { ::(I.To-County the .P'op.erfi--.o\Vner: of -'now have'-"complete lineSHOES -- -

section is looking anp General Agriculture.The e-I'
I inrthis
Cabbage i work lit that thestudent's ment of the In compliance with_
so Chfiitmas tree dif
arranged
,,", fine and presses a mammoth yield. ) tinier j, will be well filledthroughout fer widely in ,th| various may parts of '. Lawa' of Florida, I will"be at of ,

1 r '} With best fashes for health thej J entire day. Instruction the country btA'the' one spirit actuates j i[ lowing named precincts on
w your for the is given'Jjbv lectures and practical them alU. and the joy of the', /given below for the purpose
happiness an i prosperity exerdsell., JThe work is such thatit children is the'iwhne, everywhere. relying tax returns:
??' 1- New Year. iSTj Shingle Creek Precinct
will help the student to plan his '
farm work wid give him a more i Monday January 12th,
Plant City strawberries bright '
Campbell, Precinct No.3.
thorough knowledge of stock raising CLOUD
7 $1 qua Ibd not they worth
are afternoon.
y per January 12th
,; I citrus and v table growing dairying -
it, cer Cloud Precinct No. 4
every and genejhtl I agriculture. All of e St. ,
'? I the courses Ibive been designed to January 13th, forenoon. t
t Kiddies and teachers too likely Mrs.! Zimmefm&i's Sunday school Narcoossee, Precinct No. 8
r regret that {holidays, like all ,good ,meet who the ne4ds of the man or wom- class will havrf?* New Year's party day, January 13th, 1
,an can ftpend only a short time
I things must"tome to an end. at her home (JVednlesday evening. Keansville Precinct No. 6,

t' 'f fil I I away If you from nTiflcipnte tB0 farm- attending these The girls will tfr-fls for the party/ January 16th, afternoon. Quality Shoes for Women
1 Our old d Sol continues' to -
they expect tojbe.; thirty fi'oin Lokosee, Precinct No. 9,
years
courses to held at the Colleaeeither '
'I: gladden this t of the earth with now. .ft-V| January 17th aftem bn. Shoes for Men
write 5 wire the Dean. College &
,!:'tbJ..warm.n;, ... ,. inlal radiance. I Deer Park Precinct No. 7
of Agi Ituro, Gainesville, Fla.. W. E. .Han, who hall been ,
l ){ if have npendinjc acme>lBie at the So'd.arn': day,'January 27th forenoon.
We you ot already made
your Douglas Shoes for Men
l.
'f .. are g! the lights came on U Mulberry Sink Precinct Boys '
<'n1tLIaa arrHkrd. here
for th '
;, arrangement,'a + *;n- ,
,but we sure uld like to have seen __ I Friday. January 23rd.
ter. He K.
was his;
Ityr-otnpanied by
.j
} ; that multigriKissimmee ed Tampa Tribune.
1" t ..' BEGIN PRUmNG CITRUS NOW. hen from YOI'k4ayte. KiitBimmee. Precinct. Nos.
i-i'{ *' Mr. and MraiJ3ert 7, all during March.. are all well knownhigh !
yt youths. are returning ( Durham ;left on WILLIAM I.
totthelr ache ffK of higher education Citrus gro & should remove all Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. ,
Assessor of Osceola
I'"?+. :.. to beabaent (fort nearly half a year. the dead woM from their trees in Charles Ryan afc'Palatka., Mr Durham Florida. Taxes brands and our styles and
December an|
t.:rt s .Palmer- tel us that high 'coat tot best season, fifcthe year for pruningas veekV visit. Mne.:* .Durham will return If your business is not .-
.. ,due to, fallconfidence on. Palmer has the the trees anbi more easily dormant to St. Cloiid 'for the 'viater.r< vertising advertise it for sale are right.

ollievo slot of people who bo- than -at any Wher. time, and if possible 'J*oe entertainment\ given 'n the 'G. Valley Gazette's want column. .
y what hi bays! will .come to pass. pruning should be done in this \. K hall :'iey, eveninby Mrs. -- We Have Your Number ;
az season if thdlibest results are to be Wren MCGUire'>lander the niMpiscf %
I There are I bo two partial eclipses expected, tajs; the :University: of the Eplscop build and I thj Rtbcrsh's Classified
't of the sun a two of the moon this Florida expefjaient station. This is : was thmtfuehly enjoyed by '
ril year but as,' et 'no one haa begun specially/ true where the trees coh- all present. r. H. C
."t. to predict art her date for the endThe1 tain any amoant of dead branches or t I Stanford Co.
Mr. Platt Dfnnd bee arrived FOR SALE
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,t. 'of the world weak growth A TThis dead wood harbors .
.
fro4t'Cambleepo Wis., to
the
f meutiose it ,
fungus and
t( Indiana
the ST. (IOl'l REAL: ESTATE:
winter and located
Kissim; ice Valley Gazette III should be reiMVved from the trees avenue. on CHANU13.; ST. CLOUD FL
now 23 years 1, and the present ed- and destroye: <%beforo the new spring '
I growth and fEtfit Mrs., Nina Jo. and son' of Camp FOR SALE-Four lot on
itor has beennously Ith,the tin- appear.
paper con S2S each Nothing
avenue
foV th i length of time.Orlando -I I A great mJMr trees are Buffering Douglas Wis.. a here' for the win- about them except the priori'
Report tar. from, attacks tar withertip this season ter. i f.l !. too cheap Must b. sold
which is Wrectly responsible for Mr: L. Sham sold his property ONE an Ritate BRICK. building, close : WE: ARE: STARTING .i ; '
.' la large of on Virginia ave; to Mr. Tindalf :
er in man, place.was' amoujp dead wood in Offlco., both room rented
followed a' heavy death toll, them and al wees in this' condition this rnt. Terma/ Four lots jG: ON A
''' when: aided, alcohol. The should be ,tho 1tJrh1v; pruned as soon week.rt": ;received here of poet office-the" heart of NEW YEAR
i I' ness aectlon-at a very
authorities & an effort to,as possible. 15114 will prevent a continuation fie t,Briggs of Bates- i '
bring: the "wood of this deadly of \4
,, concoction_to '. but' will this I and will remclsV an active source Briggs will be embered by the ONE dry OF close the to leading town. Fire Its per .. old pita with good foods sad cheap prices. We will

bring' any,eurdp4 es. sorrow to the _bereavod 'from which m* dose. may spread at people of St. CI ; as he lived herea Agencies In this town well aad let live 4
I abater date. .",;I a few years ago.i'' a llahed.TAX I

r t tlvtl' .. I Pruning and drop fruit in the'Rrovrehould Mr. .nd'Mra. Miner of ,Sa- : PAYING and Rental .1 --_._-..___u .70 Alaga, one gallon ___ 1.60 .
doings rood
$ .:nie .homed on.trail e16 b. of ken care of, either betha Wis., wh .Ire' spending ,the I f'.tt.Agency!; A. a. : ] peck __uu .60 Karo, 1% pound can _.u.u_ .19 :

Otl"eOla ,,I count have JUlt' 'ended a buried so they h not be brought to winter in St. Clo< were the guests ---:-_..... .08 Karo.. No. 6 can .. _..-.-".".. .60- :
deUghtfli1 ea 'under the dltectlon I the aurfavo",wl >I cultivating or re- on Wednesday of Ir. and Mrs. Myron FOR kALE-M, home,, at *%Peaches..49 Worcester Sauce bottle? =___ .85. .j

of tbe county nt ,when they were moved from th ; rove, and burned. West at Ki mee. Mr. and the Grove Dlxle lust Hlgbwa7-St.i- i .cling _____-__ .*? French Mustard bottle _____ 25 ,-,::
.drfreaaed bY umber of'atate. and.:'In groves Vhei' 1'} lelanoao has been Mrs. West:.are aKans. )$from' Sabetha, Melbourne road.' Family.... ::0.11)r'' can -____. ._ .25 Starch Argo _,-._._.__._. .10 .1'':. .
federal agents topics 'of Interest avian the past 'sauna the tree* round'fully furnished the wide which" la ., can ___._-. .25 Pet Milkismall; _.____ .08 ."'
Sand bene6t.T Inlluece of this'Instrnctlon I should be/thorc/ ily .pruned,at this Miss Mabel Bu (ett went to St. fully located bouse. among .large : ___-_--.-..- 20 Pet Milk, largo .___-...'_"__"_ .16 r''..M
on th ature- of this, com7 1 time''' and'a tb gh application of Petenbure.bv'au' t6neived. Monday for a flowing well., artealan water 'can _... --' ,:.20 Van Camps Milk .. !l6 .
': Ninnot,!be imateck.; .,bordauxnltu, Inade before the few' days visit Burnett' clerk' 70 age and of servant's land, quarter hammock'. **'' cis.__po.__ 18 Carnation Milk ..u'"'." .U j', '

,new'growth eon 'out in the spring ai t!O&i'. b 1.tore DI',;the holidayWotdlbat'been' and acres muck. Good _hoo..., ,', pound ...-__. .25 Beat Bacon, pound.--------. ,.10 !. .,

"?':: .!LETTERS,\ mE EDITOR.I This ,will servo. 'a .c'ean.up 'spray _A. K. Drought Klaalmmee. '': pound ...,4..... M Best Salmon __-___.______ M ., .)" '
In pruning n smooth cuts from',,Mrs. pound ____ .40 .
i I m.de Labor FOR BALBJ-Bllsrhty aereef .11' Pink Salmon ,...______.__-.. ..25 ; \
li r: ,should be ; lck fate live' wood Farris, who visiting the f>lar..d and under feneel.I Coffee pound ..55 Tripe, can ._.____ '
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'KIa.immee Pontiac.' : Dee. 22,119.;: and no project! tubs left. Where Hargraves at..Tanbaring saying she .is bearina oranr. srrovej fl."O P.Dund'...--.j .58 Roast Beef can __-IIIIZI? Js r" "f(
Vail largo cut iurfac< are exposed, they .* good tlm of cypreaa timber on | pound...,.. .85 Corn Jf
:,GentJemenL: received + fiver room house and kitchen. !# Beef can _..,___.,..__.., .85 '''
ave/ ICOPl'of should.bepaintextlseptic. with some an. pound ..., .38 .
bead of cattle and a wood '. Potted Meat ,... ._-5 )
your I paper, I'would like to such as its. lead'paintorp1 The price of ei g is higher thanever' I, range hogs looee on the 6 bars_...?.. .60 ,Vienna'Sausage III".. ___ '.fia ''Jf;' !.
hive .the paper I'Jlarll':'therefore. pine,tan.. before known > who, know .,.,- Farmingtools and IIIIPI.mOn" ec, 6'' bars_.;_ .50 Tomato '' ?:
'Iti enclose mo order for the how and what to f! ., : eatedr' near Kenanevllla. Price : tM Soup 18c r for____. .25, \
Remember that and 6 fcf
i tree not pruned get bars._(, .60 Vegetable lie ,
half cash, balance terms to ? Soup. 2 for. .
28
.ount1of, 'ons liar, and ,)lope you !enough is. in'' the most eggs all 10M and springWill 6 bars----- ;
w< se 'condition. than I4 Our, KnaneTllle. Fla. ..60 Oxtail'.Soup; 18c, 2 for_ _. .
: .25'
wfl place,thie' t credit and lend'ase''your much profits. "
'f. y pruned, too .I Ii reap has 'the Ion ----:--_-___ .20 Chicken, Soup, 18c 2
''' 'pa per plarly until fur.tller : mildest winter the unionimier FOR BALK-Fine residence .for..r 25. .
'. notleeun SOUTH FL IDA FAIR.. and should bo the state in .orange.quarter-block tree .pecan seven tre.roomed.. '. ' "SyruP..J- ---trTurtto% Jb' Rltter's,SouPI Poric-13c. '2 for-!.- ;25 >..

.Je N HAGZRMAN) ; p -V" |- the production ,of 'e< ... Ren com- vine, ahruba. .20 2' for.: ,. and',Beans. 15, : f :. '. .e
Dee. 3 Iflower..oV and two ; .. .. .__ .25 ,"
Tampa Te < onntles .hunt
< according pelled to 'their own> living and apare SyrupNo.5' '\. "
,"-'a.'Walth m; .....' Dee.:27,. 1919s.immee to Ho >rd /Curry, field roost in will ,rear.. Reason for aelllnv,- 'I'", Cancbell'. Pork .and, Beans 'S 1',
any.'oldlpla not bring too large for present owner. ......_......::._ ,60 for .
Vail, Gasette.;'. agent of the ""Sou : Florida Fair to results.'' The,, poultrj ndnstry has ala Valley Oasette., ', ,No.' 2.can. *....--' .30 Picnic Ham pound"___....' "fa I
i Dear:Sirs;' ''Tproeiated i t, ,and, ej ."to' visit yourthis elusive\have.enteJM i the general ex. fort. ( ;w, FOR. SAL roho e, f : gallon. ---ea.:. ., .75 Sliced Ham, pound\ S.117C..: .. : : t

winter! nel will certainly'aI I hlbita, with five o ;Ix 'other. expected 4 I .... .. t* 'quote prices, bat we will sell '. !
'and thank )personally forvials. to j Just .1 cheaply) IP' .
enter during le month of Jan wood bed. IFOR
Good "is I
Grate lly'your. ', In farming\ mat. inery' the ....-.r' everytfcini b our line.I CaD and be coavineed "
uary. additio in Our :;' );" '
county mete .r
every
r, IF_ EICIILER. Florida will key to 'increased ef iency tin ,agrU Let U..;--.Qaick.Sa.. cad ,. '
F be repented in ..theimonstration culture. ,It reduces tt coat of grow. SALIC-One half .block Small Profits, Wishing you ,.; ,
womalhome\ de- Ing crops.., provides' L : Bay and Cypreaa. Two bou.. : New,Year;,w.jonrs: to "7
Ensliy.; Al Dee., 2B, 1919. partmeht, in eha ,.f 'Mlsa Sarah orterworking I room and on* S r om.' servo .J; .;
hours .
lore the
4id1' farmer returns larger : Evelyn Yalde.14 Cypreas
'W HaITi .
'B.: Editor Valley Ga- Partridge
; and a bar of counties
,>ette, Kissimm'' Fla. will send Individ. profits for him, light is his burdens; 8AL5-0n. :
exhibits include FOR Emerson! '
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increases his .
a ;, Dear' highly Sir app I li.your : ,ve fated' been'paper' reading now big thoae.- 'r of livesgrades. k of the; highest' fife worth IivlnaB crop yi4 t ds what, and, is makes im. Apply model three Valley, ..Asate.u"good- a PRICE CkSH GROCERY ,. W

+ 1''t ;for time It\; U Im ,. ." portant it should be ken good care "
some' s state'
certainly 1 "
can lively nosy".said FOR SAtB>-Second-hand Ford ," A t I'
..tereetirig.for m If.na' w4 .. It Mr. Curry'ba' he array of ex ofprotected.. from ft and. sun; , at attractive prloee,, Osceola, Pho I t. 141 422.Broadwa. ,. : _.j'

eeems..nke1. .a.let 'from home it- hibita will,, be mo varied than has .JVOTITB OK,,ANNUAL ELECTION.The .. Cow a07, Broadway.LOST. QUICK SALES AND ,SMALL PROFITS
'wee very kind' d tp' have sire h ever been present i at a fair In' the . V:"' 't.
P' ..' a kind 'friend to ave" this, paper south, and those bo want apace annual'' mvetlnsyof. the shareholder On ,*f Tow Orders Given.Prompt Attention \

sent to jno I wo bo clad to know should make'applltftlon with as lit, Saint Cloud.of-th Florida Blink.,for of Saint th.. clvotlon Cloud. t! ..."
.. who it>was;;and ifll.do. not:'com. to+tie delay as possibV. Those desiring of directors and the transaction of t I "

x. e. Florida soon, I wf" end you: thoU premium lists .ahoBd. address ,Deg, B. all other )>nalB... that may properlv M carb' .tra .
\ or mortf.J.
com before the me.tlna'w/11 be held
money for it/'foring more fntertstngham -IIG Hanafourdo '
| gMeral manager of In the director room of the Band on : Io-t. !. roe ,
."than the:RJi .News too the fair, or myselb at ouce""And ; Tuesday,. January, 13 r' 1(10 at S .i tFARMERSSen0
mraelt'and wife. we 'exj.. .Wto give i South o'clock p. uu c_ NOV. XI tVVij WP0V* through to five million feet
Kalnes ,
from KJft.lmmee/ to'
i-lt. c. D. DTAt Cashier. Pine timber.
:
I'Wish td' come Florida on cc Floridians and on tourists and home ''Last's Ur'e black&leather Ad-

count of' my'wile' health; and,, haveposition ,seeking'. visitors tter'amuaement NOTICE ,,< .contains some papers I or particulars. bOiled) If stating under ., today for ..' hea.,
been' trying to ge a ,..downIf attractions than, t1| "" .to owner. $10.00 reward for, map' allowingloca. sample copy of the Florida
> have been
se we and Warmer''scnrllle. '
; Of B. B. Moblltt. Stockman
'. A 8pee'al'Me.t' ; of:"the" fitorkhold' ery aamr: hardro.d ,
,
tb.r..before" I cam you'can'aualst able to offer her f re." said .Pres- era of, the, Bank .f Oaceola acreage, Tell. about IlreetockJrateing
County, > P.-,0.
me. 1n getting good position on ident --W-G. Bror Klaalmm. Fla. 'will;, be hold at the :.-.. : : ., ,a.tLt.rII\8"' t-lt. 'end, dairying, Poultry, citrus trait'-
aom.t railroad mI. roadway-; : 0111... of said Dank fn. Kl-almm--. "W trucking? weekly, al 1oo Y
psrtmoat,' or1 const: ctlonworkof" any .Add'on4 miUio four, hundred and 11 Florida, at, "on T:1O VTedneeday.o'clock. January. ...14, mUch : HOMES)) livestock Year-three I ears.' for 1100. Only or,
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kind.- oier' than nine thousand srs.to i Ithree mil- p. m- In lbe
eeeente."arra g. lion L purpose of transactingeuch bnalneel WANTED> .iA;: 'e-004 'cow. OR ROOMS. SEE alas. .Writ. today ';
had 2O'roars expe Moa .as ,track : nineteen hu red dollars andvaluation' aa may, {troparlycome. ) before; saidmsettng. and .. boca &.CO. REAL
oonetraetand' icreto foreman; yoniriq: bav. It .'' : of :.the .,* Ii. v ply to Vaijey'Gasette., : RENTALS. ; FOR RENT'Dwm '
H. OEDaz'
can furnish "reeoi u.ol'or atYe building permits; ; at ,hays been''land -at.- Cashier.sioTicE '

good ref rwtcer ni locate and avod., in'Miami;; ,111&1111Be.ch li: Or,ANMqaf. BT.'O'! WANTED-'HAVK YOU , ,Truer.IRloa are Apply q it. '
since the ; TO. SELL -LIST
first
Ctlild saw mill.' ore do abnoat ithla January.' Multiply, eP' '' THING : r
anythtasjr, tot aag of 48 years of r .amount 'by UW'C1a. and holder TL.taanual.lnesting Of .tba 8tetBank .. Was a' n af ' of. roa and nvo'thous 4oUara tho office of the,,Bank,,jon Januarr 't
IsMersi
and cowatrtcBoBi larjjs aawin mor' a *- .
2* . W .e Te.ehor"ot.th. :
ai neariy. A- MMurlr accurate'oost ,of.the' bsihsgsllhlsla. at f-" .iww.* "d,"'CAttSbW.> President' ., ,getterwood45.,
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:: ,::,:J.1a" 1"--u'- .. ''', ','', Cotton .., te roaly/money.-J ami) lotropol.. .: l-Jt.r. "JJ19'1'1)RDq.tuhra.if' "' ...'. , r r/.U":; I oa I\ ",Prefer-to: ;' .. .. ;; 1f,, tt; ..::

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H. Fleming- Amed''"horn' *,!yesterwhen -u Dt- E'1I661it6' ) '.;t "! :P.f'fSC1N8IIINItjSTArE, In Fl 1 ; f ',

h !Casino Theatj *1 similar a ; I + .
day from AthGIL. I.11 AT.1HttMI cuss
,. \ ITEMS ;OFlWEEK; I spent. the holid .with, **lativs..rids ] ha*
All kinds '0 'Homes'. and s Week of January I Mildrei Turvill warmlngty. .'Vi subscriber who has wholes stag fisbi
.Investments lal inducements In '' entertained tM Monday afternoon fror th. ;1 op.
week ; s TINS. U' *;, t* a' N tai heard there re many shakes in country'to, Pens lal rap during
U.roId"JInb.r.'lert: ; this largeor small odc'farme; ; Nelson -' Bridge' club a .Mn. ButtoriTa ,tearoom
,1 Florida writ to the Florida Grower that interval fMm he ,
his
school for MONDAT'omas this weVwheif the ladles ,f a etu
for Milwaukee to enter a Realty Call1pa; '
4-faa for fnrt Inform.tlon.Th. only three the snakes in th*
Ol l
lectricall en .eringH.iliier d' i'' M.iM.IUl./ nUy left :tM.week' , THH ..GUORtOCS L TCReleet13th i this pleasant'K, organisation. whlled editor '"the. Grower'' repliedhave open.'AIMtwosuccessive o these three seen ofVvt
away, the boo .
Osceola l Co. stood as for'Lok' for' a L few.days + **' ;vwlihthis' popularamusement.1' as< followsiEvidently f 'day* almost' Identically-
made. See H..'.,LawlOn.'W.lter visit with the fly of Mr. Millr leode on"P M I / been 'mista U
i OF THVNDE OUNTAIN", Mrs. Ir. C. Plano was fortunate'la th* same spot I [the Miakka veI y.
B returned Tuesdayfrom 'brother,. G. C. ere TUrn1Da' formed a* ton ke truth" about Florida and for that nal night bar ba
Punta >rda where he. has i'':.. /1 room "cott dowgin < and"90foot nnld'nett. PP.!In TIE / R1nA"Arterett. r'eel making With high'Soore a set if.dainty and was table present-markrfas regard> to alt...< 'AC Orclln. toM the sam snake.( '

been visiting ends lot feral; ,,1450* 'Th. land to ? a cIR m the hostess. Our oldocr and some of our Florida .enjo probably, the finest

For that igh and :ion throat; I worth'.the' prl: |com see. Nelson ear Co r.ye7rDB1 aT At the con loa of the ''gam* more recent! o i. Florida Is described all-the-year-rouE climate to |lie; V

... :MedicatedDrug .t Disks, at Geutnf Realty Comps; Co RNa N8TRII2LJJ.' Mrs Buttorff' rved a dtalnty fruit as being a knd" of absolutely. found anywher ] America, at least
,\ Mr. and Mrs.; wis O'Bryan and le. and swam This ia
Store .' DAY salad with coffe from the din-
'' Mrs. U B. 0' aD/, motored '""to Ran table with false; in fact will .vouch that you with but few txespttons In' th*
Henry:;Si Jury,left Sunday forJvisir' x.dg. er In". was centered a 'fl.
BradentoWn, .his;' uncle. and Tampa on.'Wihey .' .".. While then !'THn, Bet LAUT"tloldiria.. ovely boquetver pink roses in a sil will find :ifew: nab.. per;,township world'

family for, 4 )w day: lunched at Yacht club>> wb'eft ,Rol\1ft. omedr. basket on! cut' glass reflector. ,
/ Tom their ; 1Tom'Mta
children Mrs. Lyke a guest;; IDAY'
.and'
I Mr.. H (Deyorei .
'' In
'were week-ei. visitors in Tampa to You are 'inyi to attend the 'Y. "RRAIack .. RQADJ"..T... _.- MRS._ OVERS] IEET HOSTESS ::1 .
Mr. De -and other relativesHay. P. 8.- C. E. met at the Christian ...- CNoO.Arv e LT '
join ; ,TO SUN SCHOOL CLASSlosingofbanjcs
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6:45.<< Y. ,
church next Sun evening at
,yo to the'V'Bakerycoffee )( ... ark Im"MRS .. Our Clientele ;Grows-: -
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Lunch Be in town. Try Miss Abbie H -leon, the young ., IOOB'\ ?. ..n. ,CABBAQH : crd of about fifty ofKisetmmeeee
it. -3-ltlpd. and attractive d Ighter. of Mr. and PATCH --. i yoifcig people assembled _
Mrs. M. H. Ha who 'formerly Ilk P .rl white Ih at the J. L. a retreat home Tuesday '
Harper' Ci left Monday: 'forJacksonville on PTHH.BLACK BBCRBT.;? I Not. Upon Promises Bui Upon'Perforinancea
''few resided here b are now living at # ; evening In response to Mrs .
; with hi,! parents fter spending in Kissimmee.a Arcadia, is the |est of, Misses Esnodern '1 -;. - -.r tnentreet'l In atlon to her Sunday We arm pioneer. in 1
days tie and Trixie. s. Mr JJ.. Cranle. of Kissimmee'own school claw. of th. .Methodist '
-W.nted-T( I buy good second-hand Seven room, home In was' among t well- nr out of< church, and theHi friends Cleaning 'and J

household f liture'- Apply at Ga.. North Kissimm large lot,, and town visitors Orlando today., Mr. The' evening vas informal{ thepe.t. Dry Pressing. ; ?
zette; office. ramie is legman for the Flor- .J themselves with -
some nice bearin range trees' good MqC amusing
. -.i. 'MrsJ Leon lass i will leave tomor-- garage, fine pro ty, ,$2760,' Favor- I Idq' Auto Supfly -Reporter-Star: games and cone tlori. In Business Since.;1835 PromptDpliveries: /

row for Mo V Haven to join her able terms of .p Iment" If desired.. Tdesday. j Mrs. Overstreer wa* assistedby" '
husband, wh [tas a>>railroad:position Nelson Realty Co pan). .' 'iCaptain 'C( Daisy of Wichita, Mrs. 'J, J., McCr wa in serving sandwiches .. THE' TEASDALE COMPANY '
.
at that plaee. .' and wife fruit 8144, cakes and hot '
Mr.: and Mrs. Sam Gardner of Kans., hl..o; George '
.. NYSIs.INYSIstli.t': It. Lakeland, who a well known forhsimmee. leave home t| orrow for Kissimmee. chocolate at the ,*|OB of the even-, 625-627 WslsutSL Ciaeianati, Okie,

you will be [leased..Let us show mer'citizens of came, up These are int sting people and the ing. s'i\ ''SEND' GOODS BY. .PARCEL POST,
you. Centra rug Store. for a family reu n of the Gardner kind that he any town.'\n which I

Miss Myrti FBealls,' who has famllywhich ,to place on New they are ant sted;, to grow' and NEW YEAR ENT tS ,WITH ....

been ill .t. .ospital in Orlando for Year's. Day .. prosper ' ,Wi 'me to the Daisies,. ---- ,. ,. .
LnTLElq'MoNsTRAnON --- ---- -- - ---- -- -- -", -- -- ---
some time, r'med home this. week' For Sale-Ferris strain White and all th31r nd. ;1
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and is now i roving in health.Nysis horn hatching eggs and day old LeC-1 Mrs.. PC K.. aver, of Jacksonville, '1920 was' uh-itlnto;: Kissimmeewith '. ,'

mea Quality and Fragrance. A. E.. Thomas, Tel. 216-3 rings. came home fBia.few. days visit. this 'very little' demonstration Tues-

A tri will\ convince____you.. The subject. for_sermons *t the.i. week with heOmrents, Hon. and Mrs.N d.Y.&aldelrom-th.. --Start'the: I ew Year' PffRig'Iit
.i. 'C Wesver auditor of .
--CentralDrugtorer] Christian church next Sunday will; : : Bryan7 r: and postoffice. ,
Rev. Louis Intzmlnger motoredover be, 11:00 a-\m.\ "Th Forward Look," the Florida Njional'Bank, joined..her"ear's A number of i I'wash: parties wit.*
here tfn Ne day. They expect nessed the passing r the old .
)o Kissl$ ee this morning to 7:30 p. in., An Evangelistic Sermon. year
bring Mn. !" cminger, who has Everybody welconvNYSIS / to retu to Jacksonville Sun- which was announce < by the ringing

been visiting r mother for a few The T let preptationsSupreme. day. of bells of the eityI,\ I : :
A'PAIR.OF
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days, horn_ kelAnd: Star: Talcum [,Powder. 25c, Van- Rev. and'were s. K. Holllster, who BUY. OUR, .. : .

r Open till\ night Bakery Ishlrig Cream 66 Face: Powder, en route his for Frostproof wherehe the. JACK BASS'OPEN*'. SHORT .'ORDER ; ,'}
fa r Lunch. Clew .and sanitary. Come $1.00; Extr.ctt $2.! Ian ounce; Soap will enter pastorate of f ,
and see us. S-lt-pd COc, at Central Dr t Store. Methodist were guests at
cE.
th% home C. H. Summers,
Mrs. WT.. rawford arrived the Mr.: R. E. Me Ithlln and children Wednesday.ChJh', y left ''in-' their car Jack Bass.has ope a restaurantIn' High" Grade; Shoes j
"f many part of e week from-Thorn- left last for Okeechobee for their 'Thursday morning a part of th* room Occupied.by the i i'And
/ asville, Ga., t spend the Christina to spend the hoi with Mr. McLaughlin holidays with er parents, Mr. and ,- who is owner of the serve=his'patrons'-wlth'all.sorts 1If 1 ,
Mrs. AAAim E Doyle of Knoxville, 'II'.
Mrs. J M. G nero'Shav.ld telephone exchan to fat that 'place- short orden.-'He"opend.bls' place of< '
tii. Tenn., arrivfu In Kissimmee on business Christmas dy. let us take your: order; for that. 1.> >
Instant beard soft- Mrs. McLean, W. B. Harris Christmas | and will spend several -
ner, at Cen Drug Store.T. Miss Irene Fran 4ln, Miss Lillian weeks visaing her niece, Mrs W. Jack is a Kisstmme boy and his New Suit otMade-to, -Measuro Needle, : 'fc -'

A. Gardn who has not visited Harris and Dwi 'Funk, made up A. Joiner. Ttls is''.Mrs. Doyle's first place is likely to make good among Como' r
Kissimmee f< more than eight an auto' party who, motored to Tampa visit' to .Florida, and needless to say the eating places of Ue) city. moulded Clothes. ,- in. .and see

years, is the lest 'of his parents on a pleasure.46'Aoresqus ip Wednesday.miw she is' deligwith our climate. MiSS ADA LOUISE SJMPSONHOSTESS our samples and let'stalk; over'l :
Mr. and Mrs. t M'Gardner. H. is ; from city When she fern home everything was .
living inHon. Lynch erg, S.- C. / limits, iplendid 1 4d, close. to brick covered with wet and ice. .MONDAY EVENINGMiss \ \ .,. "

.. W, J rs left Tuesday forBradvjtown road; owned by widow. $65 per Mr. and MrBA. N. Smith' of Erie, Adah Louis--.1' entertained .J'i
.w he was schedulirincipal acre. Terms N loon Realty Cornpany Pa at thflBan Hotel for Simpson '
\ f are Juan a about fifty"guests Monday evening , J_ :
ka th address al -jf ''\
ed.to3htf : few-days Mr.Kmith is the representative -
the home ,it her mother "
.. annual tion of'Florida edth Mrs.: M. A. Clark and Mrs. G. ORoberds at :
eon i of the .Winner Engine CompanYI Mrs. B. B- Simpson! FRED S' : GILBERT
ucators. had for ,fuests for Christmas and has -recently installed one 'to Victrola music rook : j:>
Dancing ,
' Lawrence C' who has been the, dinner, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kib- latest W&frines In Kissimmee and other card "Business : t
games, were enjoyed
l be of St. Cloud Ind Mr. and Mrs. .. We Appreciate Your -
at the 1 bo of Mr. and Mrs |'whereby, the eSftrie lights in that Delicious punch andh wafers were "
rest. Bullock f the holidays, returned Lesley Child. of ill.lmmee. city are now snoblied by oil burners served throughout fne evening. -
to Coron do ,Beach Wednesosh Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Newton, of instead of WO $L or coal,-Orlando '

day.: Providence Rhodif Island, have arrived Reporter-Star. ____ INFO RMAARTY .
Mr. and 'Mrs. Barber and in Klllim ee to spend. the ...Thlfa-w' no.meeting f..the y4 .r .. 't'J',
mall daughter kck/I' have return- winter.. MrJiiwton,; :'is?: a"- WruraT Laymen Sunda will Join in the Misses Alpha WettfallT Lois Over- '
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-ed from a holiday set with her par Science collectosof note, and finds services at the sbyterian"churchto street, Margaret Branson and Doro-
ents. Mr. and Mr nj., S. Stratton many, things in nls section' of Florida hear C. E.' nam, of the Moody thy Wells, were hojteases Saturday CASINO THEATER
ner Okeechobee. to interest Am. Bible school, of Icgot lecture, and evening, entertaining I a few friends

Bakery Lunch, Broadway, Short Miss Agnes IBarber, district home all are cordial}! invited, both male at the home x>f Mr and Mrs. M. 0 .

orders, sandwiche etc., until mld3ltpd.- demonstration ngent., of Tallahassee, and female. Putnam will lecture Wells. ft' -
night. arrived In Klssisimee Saturday to each even at 7:30, except Ping-pong, rook. fnd stunts afforded "
.asit Miss Albi Smith,,the county Sunday evenin He' has a large amusement jjtor' the evening, '
C. Griffin returnedthe
: family in prepartytg the Al and his Iks both Inter- and assorted chocolateand
,add l. eek from Miami agent camp on chart, are sandwiches, Witeday .
oftlre
be ligator' Lake, f
days where. .they with spent the r daughter Christmas. Mrs.bolt: stration club,.boys .and girls.' urge to hear its..conclusion.A ,S, : ,

o 'Stnnleulloeli\ :, aNysis' other. relatives. Lacy J private secretsry'to C. D.. Lee, New York, who is ,; ,
Hon. W. is leaving tomorrow the nter: in Orlando HAPPY FAMI REUNION.,
spending
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Face Pow fer, in Opal Dre.1' ,
for ohnsfi' on, D. C., after a cam down to. d New Year's day Gfromartis .
Set Bexes, It'sBne. For sales by Mr. and Mrs' P. : had '
with his ,
holiday with his broth and Sister Walter
par- ,
4 Central:: Drug, Stor ents her* is going a IKe and Miss Za] > Lett. Mr. Lee is a happy Christmas; s.all' their children ;

Mrs. L. B. O'B n expects to leave few days in ad .nee-of Congressman a musician ra attainment and is wen horn, L.J and P. U.Cromirtie : t
for her home in mth Carolina todays' Sears tot wbrk lined up. devoting his lift 0 vole culture. <'having,, q'e i home from /J' ., !

-morrow after. 'a fe visit with Mr. and Mr W. J. Splitter and Hecame to Orll lo for the winter and Toledo.,, .Ohio'and MrsW.to sp>iid. L.the' Rewis holidays and j S"
Jf4I'
Lewis O'Bryan and amU,; Mrs. CK- daughter Mis Frances, their son,, and has orgraniicultur a class in voice
three children from I Haines City,,
:Bryan ia connected with Wlnthrop W. H. Splitpleasant: ; and wife, were a *.'ln< that ,having for his and Mr. and C. Alderman . .
Mrs.
college .t;Rock Hil 3. C. part of Kansas tourists pupil some of rlando's leading) !
M.'Cbildress spending sor time in KiMimme singers. He aI >mea to 'Kisslm and baby from 'TaftlandGrady Cro-' [ : ,
Is Alt th* strant,, n Glasgow; Ky the, yesterday e.re making their mee, op >Friday moon and al:; msrtle, ''fcf V H I,111,3E, : E *
among spending
week in So home In.. Orb 0 ,..thl.Intar and ready.h..,a gro.. class her,.who _. .
well
Klssimoiee.iwas placed J are 4 taking much laterest in their V( .CARD.OF! ...,.
.he 'with 'tb. cit and ,impressed were. IB the; ty on'business.-* .' .. , .' ,
,'. ,with its' evident. fut .that. he mayFaulkner' The' ,WomaiEpiscopal 'Guild "of St. Johns work.- I 'take this. 'me, 'j' of 'ii:extending ". .
;locat* her*.' 'ChifBnttorff ch .will meet atMr*. Stan Bnrrougl "f .Oswego, 8. C., my1. sincere and.h. Itfelt thanks to THEBESm/NDER, / ;
Mr. **' tea >m, Jan. was in Kissimm h't>ast week for those kind nel.nbo and frl.ndswbo ,
", and ;:Mrs., F";. and 6th. at 8 o'cl Mrs. E. IL 6oombsIs a brief visit alDO old friends. Stan ,in 'many w |a Ministered.to, Headed b GHARLE' . '> ..
Interesting family tm up from s hostess for' b. day and urges' all lived' here about. fteen years ago and'alslsted'us In a recent illness t .1--
Iehta'to eathristma'dinn.rwlthMr.'and wqmn whoEpiscopal member of ":the and ..made'Plan, arm friends'who and death of m'wI' : fat Black; Fad Comedy, y.. aEdit' +

-, ':Mrs. S\\ A. Bogne- .They din n h to. ,be present. at ace always glad see him H*. is .(Capt), S 11' A. Buck:' C ,

m v :'WeN ara well former' bar b7 ost.osr this Importantjmeeting.Mr. now .that, in Carolina and C. CZ'rd'MMttrel, y'a Premier ne
>a admit i eking He
r rf-jiriends here; ::and Mrs>G. D. Webb and Mr. looks droaperons, nd money but cl1RD OF BS..
nappy,
and Mrs. Chas.:"'H.teher'of Jacksonville Bays he will not' entirely satisfied 1 "wish, to thank ft) friends who The rr DENTON University I ,

,,were'hojiday guest .of Mr. and until h* has seen > cottage Incan kindly ,assisted m*' my) sad be- tier Lucas Miistrclsy'a Premier BUM I
,
Mrs.. J. Emma Brown. Th latter Kissimmee where II brin, his pavement, especial! Rev. W. H.satlful .t
..Afffie returned to their '.homi Monday wife. and six inte: tinr children ev- Coleman;, for the burial Six BIg Mtftrel Va.Jcvifl. Act., AD. New, Better,Tiai Ever,'AH' '
while Mr. andMHrs., Webb will. remain ery"winter and b k in 'our salub- service; also 'Sedge 'k Circle: and

""Ifs"' ,, Webb',Is several a''elite'Slays of Mrs.longer.* Brown.'; Mrs., dons climates; 1 ,, friends,. who .sent-Ro flokrersbl-Fleming' P' fee, $1, ptas lax. Seals''now
\.-. David H. Fergu i wife and daughter > '
%
Mr. and Mrs.a. .Z.., Roberson,'Nre; Miss Emma rriwd her last '
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W. T, Crawfofd, of Thomasville, evening'.to spend t ...wlnter.nd.re.t COBURlfS. MI STRELS;,
it'n houra''r Ga.t ,T.-. A. Gardner, -LynchburgJ. the thorn* of the old-time friend. -. .
makes youreyes ache. 8. C. and MrsffBartow Dutton anddaughter A.. .S. 4Nelson "' Foir twenty'"years, oe Coburn. and , ,. . .,.
and' Mnlly\ af.: .417 "
If oeb- his/ instals'have i>ads their ; .. ,
matter
printed ,' MarAret Frances, from BroadwayTh.. 'ertuaon. f have appearance 'jt. ft- ) >'.
..Ion.llyi.. ,".mlat ." If Georgia, left I thelr..car1' Wednesdayfor spent, the winter t-* before ''and annually tljroughout' Am: ; :;, "-.*; V. *. ;
jtoa -are obliged 'to stop > Miami wWr* they .will -be the their"friends, most eartily welcome erlcLcaterln.to lo\ V. of- modern A. .' -, .:: "
,. work periodically to rest ofvMr. find' Mrs. H., Caw and oldtlme minstrels and among .f" ., ., ,
guests Wr! them;. and hope th |;wlll be so 1m- A'n'-nQllID"nc'e' 1''e".n' ", \
his hundreds 'will
' yur eyes' for a few mln- ley, fof.,a few Mays.,, pressed..with our b utirut.little..city ,of pair s' here .'iI' '1<.'.'; :' \ .r,
utes. If find jit': welcome his attractioi thesplendid "'. '
easier to 'read you nearer'orfurther ,'IMi.. 'Ma.! Mvse, state dairy.'ape'clalist that' they will mak t 'thelr'perm.n-' band >and the reliamufement IJ i brand ''of - .. ...JI.. .' ";1't
Miss Ifarrlet Layton, asaist-> ent home'Their; h e' Is In' Nemaha "f .; ,
; : his nds.for. His
than >the' name .. >
away .
normal 'twelve lor four. ant state ''ageiw; Miss Sarah 'Part' ,.-county, Kansas.Ferguson air] song', IL R, h me'f. at D.ytonathen.lllax, "' '

\\j: teen ''inches-then, .some-i. ,:, ridgestate agtnt and Miss' MaQ'Keown "; 'remainsumiiate .horn to con- one -of the-most bea ulspots in ; t :.. : 't1'-'r. !
thing:is wrong ,', of thef. Washington office, importantwhich business; 'after Florida': and "Cobe" sfntains some The: Broadway Theatre ;' ;
;
who vislttw her home ,In De- he :will join e family at .this li.ln'.placafor 'IN'
If YOU'cannot recognise was] , ; white folks, while his if4 "> '
r.. r
Land; were all visitors nt the'campof place.. friends insist Foraoerly <'..
the. smile
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people across the atreet. ny just -, .' the >iZie'. """ '
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If'you h.ve.tomake an Osecola coulty home demon'stration "nacbally ''growed" aiong the. orange .... '
effort ,to 'ae. c1arlr:1 -. club, Boys 'and girls, last MRS.-ZEB PAR| Il'. DIED AT trees'and'fishily: grounds. be : ,. ,' Will b r the" \
week, and .spokei-to the camp on sub loves- : ,opened ,by ,
: d' knitting the' browns, for .; AR< Back In ;the e([sly 90 he and .
jects of, interest> .' his iBl i. r
example. If light principalcomedi. Charlie Gee ; : '
gives you' strong nthet E.' D.:Hacen {Jbf ',Rsiienna,:Ohio; rKlsalmMee' was Idened this week no,' were associated together andnagerant South( Theatre 'Co.

t .. eyes; '01'.- if you .' require I Joseph Tbomas. of Allianee, Ohio; by' If the death of working' under ;the of ; .
\ \t mon, light ,than hitherto, and S. C. Wlinde* of Llmaville, Ohio, Mrs..Zeb. Parker, 11 Vivian Lee, of Lew. Benedict Billy mersonMilt I '*', %' "'V; *," ,, ,.,,,
.-your eyes.;, need 'atten were among th* tourists spending Arcadia. Barlow, 'Billy West, d 10tber'.0Id- under tI .w ; 4i':
tion., ... - I Wednesday, lookiig'about.the city. Mrs.' Parkei',h. en' ill for'some time!stars and in re niscent mood '-':' management,] :I ,
of these emselves aa well stories.of, th '.old da In .
Ifyou' have any They expressed time but" was consid out of danker crop up \ *: oj' :
difflcultiM. call and let, pleased With- mee and voiced per, Last Wbdnesd condition business,' Cobe" adm 'h.a fifty, 'J I >.of' D. .D e on 1. Xx
desire to retu herfoes longer and Gano la (too) which .
na find out, definitely, a Became critical and mother, Mrs. nftyistarts :'
,just, what your trouble tay., ? J. .'.LM- Miss Ma ret and John / .n".rcument.' "owever the I '"" .. '. ,*. : :, '
**: :150 Acre 1 ira on,Dixie Highway Lee, Mrs.., Roy- Star' of this city, interesting point' h th', Is'that ,
" k \ 2 miles from a' This land hail and Mrs. Malcom. ng, of Lake- ; ales and' urn' Mlnth date" and "
S 9IO.! too many advan' to writ about, land, all returned' her bedside strels are coming. to *" Casino .I Oj>eaiag!, 'J 'S ; J T
1 W.L ,
I ".' ,; come Jet -us tell n, and' showyooment. Mrs..Walter Gobi, Mildred Lee, Wednesday. of next k with all "- << '11.11: ,
) ... ., I Aft"':eZeel1ent Inv -W* ,also of Orlando, had rem ned with her, new 'bow meld to1 k i* best ever ; 'wiH' be.announced 1' 1 1t _

&: haft a splendid' acr farm, on the Mrs. .Parkrrpaaae beyond Wed- produced by, these Behind the ,. \ .. .... : *'",.)
*r OptMMtristsi.V 'Ifa. I$ Fnna: ...Some:of the. id' favorites : l r
th .
4 brick with,6'ace.' 'beartng''lre' h needay, and fan Bervkw Rill t' "'-' .... ''W, ""'.r", "' .
.brit OptM**; .t'l, dose to Kiasi heap t at be held this aftara.o I at Arcadia. ; herd Just com .'back: from"over r .,'.1> ,
at'fasrirasBMtmiU : ,. tit' U.. :_ V "'cO" ,' "" It... . ,
then .
4rith' appearing
r TbeT deceased. .11 ar : :
a 'Ii. "li iti .
.M,, .......',h ..,' 1.1' llakke.xtra d o&io Wanif tin hwr"marriage'; rr'7earsA teeth*l-,rFar w .. An .*-,opening ;x. .: .Qj'1""!.iY .,1 ... 1 .

:....,, ilia.. .. : and waa.wn known : *.-<. Init*.h :Dotaakobfe.tare : n
lag Dwells, 7'i:acre /,grove, n ;
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: fronts 'county' 4*Miille*.. frowbarinjf x The community: 'ia"to ex- IsrHosjat has {permltted.t AJW.aeaMoiera /Vicc" ,

VMsimmee.1-. '' good ba gaia; taedinr"its' Mn.'Lea EM both 'the** 'men. ."uuat .Isand ..... "I ., .| .
we want to.show, ; Nelson **Jty and bar 'f i y, .ar*' mourning om 1dy.n Clean ,.' '. h,; .y
Company. '( this heavy loss.J am.....*. wins.

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t'111, THE' '' KlSSIttMEC VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JANUARY 2. It20 ? --\-- I :,



GET' ,' REAUY ybSTIMATEDUOTSSI :: ,ACCO' NT: I THE REASON',WHY.[; CHRISTMAS' I FLORIDA.. Pepto-Mangan ,"' '$1!i

Th Miami !let!' Jl}ts sings 'J$o--
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f r OF [ MENT.OF GREEN FRUIT 0Explanation 0$,?, and without" note of' pride for Pale School. .

if* : . 'tJn. Give Which p which ;we love to, a\\
Efficacy of. lOj Teak 'I "Strawberries d watermelons Children
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FOR"FLUJ ; By C. E., Stewart, Business, Manager dined,',,and sires jected Iso been welleel-> I ,- lettuce and radish* fresh beets andpinach

Citrus ExcHfcjig- and car quality good. I Id There. ,ar* three .importan ..gre.i' new po is and,I string
The citrus fruit >'nkrket'opened' As oranges op up'at $8.75 and dlents J in D!. WlUam .' 10 .To h ,beans, and eve; Hug ..I.e.th.t. Good Health,, Create '*n Attractive,'
-- _11 l strong, and indication*(if or, continued grapefruit at $3 to $$3.7S. and ..orm -'ions of which! haa' an duty \comes from the" rden are in the Magnetic! Personality,. and
!
+ ; .satisfactory, prices Wi/e never bet- anger were quot finally. low as They are, Quinine, I: d ague markets in' Miamj How uDbeJlev.-
Liver Active 8.00 and t as low Z..75. ble it must 6-.the : in Wins : \:
Keep Your ur ter'at the beginning,' any season. grape as .. The quinine in 3. clears soon peoples l'
1 System Purified and Free; m Prohibition caqsed i'oin' enormous and many cars' each were finally the blood of al" lnftu aria or |the frozen 'Nort itering the long, *' Healthy. People t.jr
drink turned over at'safe eh lower -price.;.i it other harmf.li iron' shivering months winter! ,
a Colds by Taking Calot* _. interest In fruit and particularly gar a. tlon'i'I
tI' 'to say Uthe growers lost'builds the ftrengthljits I I lAnd even with tit left out' the "
,I those made citrus fruits, ttl up healthy, "
the NauuealcBs Calomel 1 Pepto-Mangan Has a F
and thle fad; alone fair greatly least one'dolli ,per box caused by suing blood was h stamuia Into roses, and the viol s, and the' onag'es J
Tablets 1 that ar ; ;; 'Otf the competition'off' fruit- There and the the'. Into the Healthy,
: to increase The outlook green the ke eA, b imd. the Jhiagne-,1 pap uit, tange-
f, ,.., li htful, Sate.. A-, from all could i gather were .shipped n the' state 1,718 via act! ge ly 0 the liver ad boa.ale !Irlnes.and-the to a, and the eelggs Class. ->4i'ft "
y Sure '.v prior to shipping; dicat.dprices good- cars of or.njfeat >nd 2,640 cars of clehiinf a* theJaecumul.Wpol I ;; free *the home ,
iraiud.beef How the red-blooded.I enefgsntici ,
..' .' .. grapefruit up December first Ilona; I'- I and ,pi and the sugar-
r .t. +,,t, a: There three ,elpal .factors Figurine this a (880 boxes to the 1 This r tin is of known Ices . syrup, 'ami the homemadegranulated and attractive man or woma 1 ill envied -

Physicians: Dol.,. nr advO- that caused were the dell in the msrk- car and at one i >llar) per >box loss I I worthLaGrip o Vestment 'of Colds, i sugar, he warm weatli by those who feel that* itVll ale t ..
,ling their frUo.U to k elr .tema et these were the irr an fruit,' small to the growers ret $1,567.080 lost 'ever} Chills, Influenza, er, the clear skis the thousands of .ways be their unfortuna *llfyt to be'
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j>urlfied and- 'tbcin'o in J rtes4r to the growers this state on this i and Va. |>rf Ji '{delightful visitor! the spirit of thin, pale, and weak-bodi
.
.1. and 1rI'ftn..11'uit..hlpmentl'in
'deea1'rr.-
working order as rtlea,: Figat J .', ;: the fall ''ave- the'mark- blUIW'- -_ ,,_..__ .".. .+",.Dtnin \ j -)'8&H..JRftv8.epJ...,health, happiness, and hopefulness And yetwhy! continue t \ >-jvy4 men
the return ''of JnfluI.,: TheyVanoivand Ih, hnpn nd.-wOD1e1L.-w. t vigorous.icTaTrat' .
; However, we to upon /Semic tie of 101 Tonic increas- 'th.rhtake ftH a! !see '
first in the sa/es K1
et its jolt by' lacing
p IV' --
lazy -
n T'
Aged -
that a a. you'th.t becau h'declining market red overlSOO i Florida to healthy physical'tractive -
liver. favcompiled vcold.afcl fir aud a tow hands of dealers a pi lluct.that was has been per cent.This' Is proof ]] drug' magnet] fi peraenUity'T Poor ;
,
the order s-natll'--or-1 ,
unfit for human coil mptlon and re Jar of things Ja-plentJ of the bhlue'ot th's' remedy ]! If the Me Chrlllr.t.;.ie '
t ,
u vlts'lltf. often
in each fall health and la are
p: cally'every season \for the treatment of "Flu. At the of Florida's baa
,, ,1 t and toY unsalableIf this ,%ere the only '
'To cut a I V i lgjt] : it not : merely the of. impoverished'anaran i
)'I at r
take cauxe for the deClin not aping recssary. By'ship- flrst sign of "flu" or malaria use D* 'name enough of'! em to ] ,
one
prevent ser pJi a only good. ait'we just as ese Williartls 101 Tonic" A that our stocking #111 not 1 be blood. t '
25 and 50 sagging
Calotab at b 4t ",<'lIh a \"a'.lo'.v ot be hard to figure out,. of I 4
..water-Ithat's'1 I. '0 8altl. ti<7 oattsea, loss sustained by from ily. would naveVi advancing market cent; bottle may be procured at your in spots I I(I| Gude's Pept [ Is for peo-
i.i.would j rather than ,.that declines. The Is it pie whose bod suffer from lack of
after effects. of one dAtg store.Accept any w !er the "Merry J '
*io grippg. 110 ie tog the shipment green r I'' blo" urishinent.
demand for PeptoLangan -
:Nan JD iDjf our Ibid han vanished, tunately this season two fruing Ess the Thanksgiv- no substitutes. I{Christmas" look'i ii n every face you i > iri-
and holida; !season approaches see in Florida? ]f t It wonder I en h the blood and
h Jive Is c\\ ve, yonr' system is pur;-, other factors oper.t any
;your
increases MAkE SERVING I the > of healthy red
sufflcl WOULD ,that ,Run\er
after WOOD
the biased
ly "More
year to than
year give
lied aad r fres'lae id and you<< aro fooling the same time. Thesei were the unsatisfactory -< '
t with 'aI"ha y appetite for brookon '- size -and ill decay.There .- I Ito' take care ofd< creased shipments ALCohOL DEATH PENALTY to receive" spirit.Us in full) dominion blood ells, Ie 'I are so necessarynourishment t.
,y fast. Eat n-1 plerso-J'.t'I danjovoid -. is always a jreVtd demand at at, the season ;.II vanes, providing \taji -- -.. in this land h I,I.to cs p p r vigorousn -
4 Calotabs are only ia origin-; all times of the year sized these shipments* not find dealers Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 29.-Calling on I!' Florida Christniassea are'-so full .n sir ngth to every part

Haled L pack a".., pries! thirty-five e" nti fruit, but when one a ievery\ to too stocked up with: [ green, immature 'I jcongress to provide more rigid enforcement -i!,of gifts from the Most Highest I of theitidj';f
Every dragglrt; is m!hori7p'-t to *- ft-!>4 great a percentage ] soon fruit that is unll 'o eat. If ever we o ithe prohibition laws. to 'Father I of all of Ja,. that Florida is PhyMcianSil" Introduced Gude's Pep-
dour money If VOM fa not perfect];; overstocked on that particular size do succeed in ng a ...tlar.etorygreen |( prevent furtlsr loss of life through i indeed the favored child of all His ,to-ManYa 10 the public because
delighted with CalotaL.-(Ad-v/ fruit law at the same time 1 I ehildren.Tamp. Tribune.CORRESPONDENTS they klfe* tit it contained the very
This leads the average shipper to' i wood alcohol than one hundred
'f; the co-operation' every shipper in I I p p.r t are so sorely needed
complain the tr.de.1 what he southern riore' passed a resolution ,
t ; y. t, buit "Thin blood..
the state to enfo: it u watery For
,
c. has not got; but sucni is not the every growervhy to the today, the resolution WANTEDThe
the trade a" will' be wondering we. have been which as introduced by E- Gazette wants ur ce! Pepto-Mangan is
correspondent
case- can uonly certain / a
r 86 foolish for so ); trying to force J p Dar inUwo; forms, liquid and
Y. Clarke hern director In
.. amount of small teed fruit ands Sg s campaign every community in Osceola county. '
certain amount of l lad sized fruit; something onftt pe that was not for the iti-Saloon League also Send in the news, it will help the blet. Both contain"'. exactly thelicinal '

f and the market in thCJfall could as to eat. i I called for deathpenalty for paper and jsrfUiKinii",|"eur. faction bee lnsla me value-
easily have been overstocked on In this connect It will be Interesting those found illty of selling' wood for thc bTir 1% on the gennuie Pento-Man-
to be inftjfnaed as to the efforts -I .. >> g'fn. be sure yoilfere buying the '-
large sizes as on smatH sizes, .if our ; alcohol in w :ey and also demanded I ,
crop should run to larjr.a sizes. However j made by O lr'gaieg department i; greater a ivity on the part of -for me Valley tte.t guln Pepto-Man f n, ask your
t'spiM drtar i "Gude'aJr
> 'R'1 for And be
to with th -
situation. sure'Gude's"
cope IJ They the _
governmeithorities state and 'au-
when the crop runs to small : city ,
t' NN sizes it is perfectly possible to pick sold fruit priortwentyeight 4 December 1 in inccncluding orcing the lawThe : t'l' lthe jl on the package.I .
new arkets sooth of
11, p graphs of the resolution -
-I J the Mason and Ij n line- That is. 'I l states hat the ProhibitloEnforcement I don't like to ae man or a wo-
they opened up yenty-eight new .n wearing' mour tig. It looks to
era the question jltf the. size : nference respectfully SALE- '
would not have entered P nto the mat- !markets and sold ''uit there, and in calls the atteittl not the congress FOR too much like Ivertising. I al- t/
pt ,. ,.... .. !!r
.
this
number
r t ter to such a great extent, or have of po tJts we did not sell the United St s to existing eo< a1 + W a tell my folk hen 1 "let go" ,
affected the market fouely. a car of fruit last Nfrar up to Decem- > tions and mo; earnestly urges t no to waste any azuma in blackate
a I I Decay has been prevalent nil j her first. At the ,*jime time we sold I sufficient fund '\ and a' suf fl tilt Then they j<\ grin land, say:.,
through the season. OIv 11 citrus fruit j fruit in most oft old markets and number of of care "Do t fret; we wot't." And I really
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held our old trade! and showed an be ( cRn't just make oil which to
is! undoubtedly in an unusual condition provided to proper en rce- way
? Got Him! for this time r. k in the south over aIIt year of 28I,, it. ,like t see a With black
this hether this was. coos d by exce.! I I to make i ihristmas a r eti L ESTAT man a eye-
l Ui keen combt..aon...... .te.dr e.a.earn a givj rains .in the summer, the September 000 boxes. Also, $ff> to December 1 i''I tion of this tr edy. atho! h I know fvhera. there's a
,.. we put only 28 p cent of our-shipments | those coup of black that
i rtt' sod a ate t4. 70 RIlle. drought, lack or potash or Among voted for th .rea- near eye don't
i y Emab.yth.No.701.the_ unsatisfactory tran'PQ tion conditions into auctibj [as against 48 per olution were H B. N. B. For of look II awfully obj ctionable to muh.'ho .
' _-L_.21 carst r.p..an. ,le. which include the requirement cent: last year. sold" 88 per cent I Biloxi, Miss., mmander o the ores -'{ I in Palm Beach Post,
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!d. Vieible tuN
,th of our cars in th1 uth this ,
. r rW sou wi.- ft M baa of heavy loadings, sw schedules, year a i I{ Sons of Confederate Veterans' Col. None
k i..owty. improper cars fU'nishetc.% ., it Is against 11 per eel of our cars last I j W. McDonald Lrf of Rlcbmonii V.' fr e6,>e*

'I' ee .hator.Mw. not the purpose of thjta report to go year. These flgu are given you j I'i 1 Dr. Howard H- 4tussell" foun IV" of trP
,b riIIe into, but we do wish JO bring f<>rti- j on a percentage >sis' because we the Anti-Saloon League of Am_f lea, and1 M. TILLER
Y Ask till a eNo.. tOmiss have not shipped fite as much fruit
I credited with' the
., bly to your attention that decay nod procuring passageof
RJ e. a great deal to do wh\ the; decline f this year .11 we season; this the national prohibition al I fId- Ral l Estate! Agency'I

( 3.STXVENSAflMS COMPANY of <-h market.Nevertheleall. i was caused first dS.last lateness of j'I metal; Judge Nash R. Broyles, Khj' ,, ., :, ,
f Chi "ll FaU.M.s.. U.6.A.t sizes afd decay could i maturity ana 'bv shortage. i, j justice of the Gejrgia Court of j/f 40 Acres-20tre ig grove
have been handled in if great measure It is especially ratifying to be''peals. lry lea<*rs were prejent 7-room bous* deep fo> Realty bought and sold.
much more' satisfactorily if the[ able to give you t se figures regarding from Georgia, South Carolina, Uis- 000. half, flash, oalariQb terms to House rented. .,..10 .
market had 'not been glutted from the efforts of h. sales depart-'1 sissippi Alabama! Tennessee, rda suit .t
th ment, as sub-ex. ange I j and Virginia, f/ Take paid and Title veriBed
the very beginning, w green, im- have man.gersl ] ,
nature fruit. Thus Af least 15 ; always called or more cars to ffor non-residents.

DON'T NEGLECT A i cent of the unsatisfa condition perry be in sold in the sou and 'more sales I j I If you have anything to sell, tnur, Fire Life and Accident Inturance. X
outside markets ,
of the marKet may b \attributed: to and we firmly I, or exchange try our classified coIumiL. I. STOR ..
; believe .that this I r the best record .
green fruit shipments because! the j It brings results.
yy jIWUM4TIQPAIN! i green fruit generally cayeJ before ever shown up to n his time of the Indemnity BondI /.

i it ripened. If it h :been allowedto season. When yc consider that I ,
mature on the treesjjt' would have J practically every i uence on the l J. W. THOMPSON I I----- - -- ---- - -- ---
Sloan' market last year n&n of advantage - __ ,.
Go after' it culled itself to a ce tin extent in -- - - ..
to the sale of frui (in .thig i reter
the and the
grove, naining fruit
;
Unimex t to shortage of oth j foods'and "flu" Funeral
Beta would have surely inii! oved in ear DirectorAND ,
conditions, scarcity of Imports. etc.) ,
''aAp Tying qualities. Also] If allowed to
, mature it would ,.hav i 'grown larger and that these co jditlons do' notm.lnt.ln Tele rap Promptly Attended te. Open Day.. andAnte Nigh,
th year we feel sure that ii
and better sizes resulted.
filff ', let It Ptnt- 1 L you'will be uch 1 ]
Parson Browns $4.50 gratified at the exhibit t Hearse"I
ope agar ,
Maoo twinMj Same for with of obi y given by :.our ..salesctfully
final ,
quotations as low a'saturity LICENSED EMBALMCR ,
-
tat strafes .
' t, (ama, stiffness : I
' $3.00. The question of does departmentRes
,of ohs a les, lameness, bruises, ; ,
submitted .
tan ithout .mussines, not enter into the si ent of this t I .,S. *-jStore ,
'i I Reliable-the biggest or fruit to any' great ent, but the l) X E. STEWART, Jr. and Chapel, Stewart Av ,,

"';, r" n i year after year.Eco- sices-rand caring It lily have a EATS LIKE A WOOD CHOPPER. Klaalmm Fla. EISELSTEIN BROS. *
1 licaT not enormous sales.le great. deal I } When Par- j
j '
a ready at air times, son Browne i met I ii) the marketgfeen I I
t ask gg et' for, Sloan's Uni70c -\, ., seedlingand bd led fruit, the I* "After many \discouraging yearrf
I
r py $1.40.Sloan's. 1 attitude of the trade] was 'that all 1 V>f' suffering frwn stomach troufihn Funeral Directors & Embalmers i
; -1" and bloating In which
greenish fruit was in one class, \ I couUiFeat
Shippers of Parson i f', wns lost at-onty sparingly or\the' .Impl 'food,,
least from i vnv/aoiiavij" d' fifty cents I am now feelinm entigrtr well. ST. CLOUD FLORIDA

to two' dollars*per" b;.* on"an aver Thanks to Mayer'AWon4rfuI .llama .
age, because this green fruit was be4 dy 'which'has doneWMOers for me.
$ ing .Wppedlst-theti) /only-':Par sort j,I can eat like SwoJtchoper"; and enjoy ,
/ieeit Aantfy Browns should have n going for- it." It is ajrsJfcple, harmless I ,:'

ward.t, 'Jt"Parson: B r. 'nhad been ,,preparation ,the emotap the ( star '

sent to ..marketwithl t', 'this green )'rhamucus, frjtn the In stinaltrand ; Office and Residence Paoae 60. Lady Assistant t''uI
V Av frult/t: ;',, com petit I. ..undoubtedly.en allays Jfe Inflammatkn which 4x ,
.- they 'wo' id' have" "COnlumed'quickl causes praXlically) .alL, stomach.liver; .'

You', Do More J oral 'and the tra ,reasonably sat* and intestinal ailments, incluajng ap I lun rea4j'dalt.rf'a' .,

Y more ambitions// get more isfled. However, n practically' pendicifls. .. One dose will convince or .. ,
you I
'4 t: ont of ever when every retail store"w (holding '' mo refunded. J.. z.'Robeno. and I ,
.your offlotb.
,-! fruit and Egble peen'I I''dsQgglrb .everywhere.. large quamKr Stove and ( "
in good eondthae puriUa In they were'i to '. t 0, ,
the a very ixee.inteffect on the. Parson Browns;Ifet ,a Craggy 1BETTER- Y L :\

'. hs causing eakoe.s, Isilness.ItaUt market and a. skeptj \\trade/; : '' COW / ONE SOLUTION FJre$ ,, Woods am ;prepared to '( y'jj
landstcU Round oranges. ,h 'never been OF:. 'DAIRY PROBLEM 's eretice:

a T OROVI T S. Chill TONIC right at any' time is"'v season. ',' and'j'I' deliver on notiol. Pikei, ; )J
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not "
restore* j p are right now. ait seemed to Most' '
: WA eajroq.fiating .ei be' more or less Iru >'Id and coloredi --of the. ,dairymen of 'Florida a .
{ + .
: >.A see slowly.Undoubtedl i an", fruit was claim they are nt>t making any profit $3.50 i. St : ore( .-Storage"
44tt
\,1 j cheakl and how from a'month to six] eke late J.When1 I(f.; on their datriell4lD' spite of the'' high FaciHtie.S,1

1 R i ppeUta yoa.wlU.,tbeasuspended youconsider ,the M Edition.of ..the.undesirable prices 'they ai 'receIvtnQ for theirdoubled
'. appreciate! wkrax- fruit, together, with'' he prodncts..With eel in. price
Ir. .
,. OROVB'S' sUes and andthe, price 0 the.milk only sixty ,
.
can it'
GbI1ITO poor og qualities H D01 \ f .
percept high han '
in
!II: ,,1* not'..'pat /It Is sunply is"-remarkablethat Gave. don as : 1916, some '.
r 'In
,cows th.Ex jriment v
Stationherdty ,
;
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well :
l" IRON and QU| i InSrrap. as we UBTV. 'ft : .
i So pleasant. a TheI In an endeavor Upfet'at the actual c have shown,a f per cent increaseownerssince : ,
.. blood ndsto < I Pmtfjl and IKON loss caused by-the ipment of ; In profits to th 1016.i >> s In'ldeal'Formula4e offer you Experi ced, from ,
'; < ' Enrich I IrUei It. able toot prop* fruit, we believe wars' ute In green ear- '].It the.cows* lire i paying i. '. profit ,PHONE 61: t! the very of commercial'produ ig I", ,
to < out; Imparities la IDI' that if !only that passed the I<|Whv tai proA' the dairymen ben ion Florida : "'' :i
tl' the blood. : acid test of 8 to 31 >r oranges and 7 Slta > .his products T crops. -TTuYexperience ilrowa ,not'only, the alu of proper ,it
of GROVE'S to for ',The main tea. Is the class olcow'tthey : matenals
t tlng 1. grapefrni had
.
.correclly
,TTAS gone for- proportioned as to adil
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av
keep- Wh. the production of but. the
Chill has .mad tthomes ward' It would ha met read ''sale 1 '
x the faverl tonic i I In i of and been consumed s' shipped. \Jztder;l jth* cows.Is, plan at, one,'to one. e nd need :'of, perfect physical condition at tuJ off application. .

''Woaldrid4 More M / thlrty-ave nldistChltt > toT MGROVTS.go. folks have'been th...' conditions"stocked'fcp rf> :with dealer fruit;,% that wonder one-half, thatth galons 1"- day of, mllk'p is it'anyprice Thopiravonte, /ecur.l J.J.fc ;coidition>. the fertilizer min it JBe made long '

n TO hen a was' unsalable, end "therefore the ,duct. must be i, reased ,to meetop- 7 advance/tatched,-and reground This a for enormous .
member ielr family .crating costa 1.*> , '. '
orto price should house
> had have advanced on :-oranges 4 store capacity. Acre of floorW. '
dy-baUdlo 'and grapefruit rather than de- fThe solution'Mn the dairy problem necessary to ins +
i 'ts.fC formula bust the Florida appa Hly.lies in-keeping sure goods being thoroughly c aso blended, before f Ii.,
t 'day. aid you can /sty4t' from any better cows T_ i sooner the dairy I being sent put to I
4' .*tor.TeOo per bottle.' men realize this, knd begin}ta buildup
their herds 1 soonerdairying Labor ihi dill t,
ny o and \
Strad INFLUENZA. I in Florida will be] ads a stable pay tproblems are to of fa to t expense ;
Sure
{lag Industry. 'thing
S.JTCH sill: ,7i11s cot Al tL''t inke for > s c sing al Fertilizer ,

ty'' ONCEWZTIL The Everglade! Club at ..Palm .... y f Iva iminat c izi pro ''tern, ,
N. Beach had its aeretu "
f tl opening at ) y"r
.ft ON IT BACK. ,..' re ]ill LkCASC dinner.on ,ChrL. aspighItwa .. ,, fitable ye are back dtaIW f Why

.4 lgl l;,,7:! /.Mhwte.-d-V Ik*IIHIMIM N..t.,BoraM.riMMMMh es.4dMM .: ., royal., ,"occasion.-' ,. d ess than s' ',>i
4 .T__, DrY -'T ear.-. ._ .. *; A 'INI $ '>Do not forget .th..;; 81n1mmer VaJey : t, ,-, .'
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I L Proceedings'"' of Sch&ol. Board f fTbs



Board i Public Instruction, ln.Qindtfor: "i I a, county. P /

met: in ,real.r's Ion on.;December lit, there bell present. W. C.

I e chairman; W. Laaler and 'w. R. Godwin; also 'E. Towel t

Superintendent [Public Instruction. Q i!

The mina >f tbe'lMt/meetinr W.r4rreaITBMBNT approved, t. :
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FINANCIAL. 8 FOR rUE MONTH :''Ialll O SBPT. 8s... :a.. !
Salaea'from 'arrant.FUNDant *
report Receipt. curd '. ?

\ .... General School S. .-.._.. UI.eo"11".TtT.04 "I.on.u .
r 181cif{ S. 8. D. No. ......... 18.0 1$1.t 10." '"
8. 8. D. No. 1. LA...._.... m.65 ..1.4'.i' : 1
8.8. D. No. . IIT.I4 ,.
4\ ,; ._- .... ... a.' B. D% No 5.1. ..__-.... TT.16 .11 .___ $ ;
:-.-; s.:; a., 8.. ix; NO. tftii.----Io. .U' .11 r :,,.._.
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.' Paid warrants- is per report of the Miss Osella jerton' was
t F'I : State Bank off XI..lmm..L. CountySchool ed a. .assls subject to
.tefri examined and
I Depot were
I _/ tion and the \
cancelled In o ealon a. follow: inty
.'. :-L) -....;... -......,....... ..... ... S' .... r..di was authorise; secure a
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'f.. .._ ..QIt . . ...-. General a.i nd .............01.11BoO Mrs. Fran tSchloh was
.......- .. .. ... .. .... .... a D. ......._. .10.7 ed ''teacher if] a'i' St. Cloud M
........ Ier M.... e.a.... r- ..... 8'H. D. No.-l '.nll._-..._... 1".41lioull.cT'.fffi in place of ... Earl Cowger
.. - - ..- -.u.d,t..rvaaeeerts4 1M Isa.e.4 bees gym J.'L. ._ ) i !rov48-al14w: ranu. ,
nrr ...-.... ... &U Do aut... c ,!": ,- : signed'TheDecember -1 adjourned- -
ere..0..e/e14.'eeda JL C B Towell. . iupt _-..._..n50.. 20 f1

t \ ,..t.j W W O R Baaa Lanier M ViJfe::::::::' "1.40 '
/ !''" The Board I Public" .
j : W R Godwin 1.00 ,
.T 8 Cadel.- .UCf''i / ==. 1..10 and for Osce( county met as \ I
Work Precbyterlan c_ :eh. rent .... -...' | December 1st
moreProduce Bratton A Quit ''rent ........ '1.11I1 adjournment
j. ) ! MI.. Alblna 8MHB'WoodalL e o ast...... SO.OO there being '] lent.W C..
fi tor ach 1.-._ 75.00 chairman; Yfi? Lanier ,, and,.W. ... ?
I' Mr Wm JohnL Janl'r ach K 40.00 Godwin alaof E.' Yowell, -a-
I more- f"I. Oeo Chandlert JH for *ch ..8.-. S.OO ; _
N' Br.Uon. at fncsr.li100.00 superintendent
Mill Rhea Pher1 office wk.' 15.00 Bill' were4.. min d and 1 :
: A H Filler*. nrlKeipal.I ach 1... 150.00 Uaued'ae folio] : '
Mill Almenla Letteer. *ch ,,1.... 115.00 C H TowelL f upt.L.. .* '
i Savemorefl.T. Mia Noble McLedfon sob 1.... 100.00 W C Hail. :M| 'p ...&.._-,.*
) MI. Luclle BeallXich .1 ........ 100.00 W'R Lanler.. } B P : : :
HI./ .'B.ne CoopeW *chrl,..,_. 100.00O IW Oodwln'r B p iinrnit t : -
L, Baaford *ch -.u..' ...... 8 Cadet at* e1 --:- : :
I Mr F C. HryanMlh 1. _. ... 80.00 Preibyterlan r ..ch, iC; ......t :
But we'ca'n't continueincreasing our Ml** CleoWoolMire.; .-?Ch -1.. 80.00: Bratton Out rent ........ ( d
1 Mil Claude Hal' eon ach .... 80.00 Miss Alblna sL th, O C ..Arentinltor '
production unless w co'nue increasingour Mil Virginia Tutor *ch 1___.. 80.00 O B Woodall.fl ach 1...'
I Mill Rllle H. M* n... ech 1..... 80.00 Mrs Wm. John| n. Jan'r; ach 14 .
Mill Ruth Peac) k, ach I.:..... 80.00 Oeo Chandler .n'r ach 1OT. .
railroad facilities! Mr Q K Bdwardv. ach 1_.....':' 410.00Mr. H N Bratton, ; ten. "offlcifZIII .
J W TramrmSlL ach 1_.._.. 80.00 Miss Rhea Pb !ro, office 'work '
Mln Cecelia OverWreet. ich 1.. 80.00 C tYoweq. ,dental mOl ,
The farms mines wfcf factories cannot Mill Loulae .on. .oh 1.. 80.00 Mia Ola Cam e4) *oh .......: ,
Mill M C Br ThOr$pn 1.,1: 80.00 Mrs Carrie N aria, ach 1.... '
- Miss Lillian hi_::_::.: 80.00 Mia Ix>ttle HI .,. .ch ..-.___._. '
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fincrease their output' bend thecapacityof Ml*.--Medore- I -vch -1.... .-8O.OO Mrs --Rhoda/- ar--aon--l -..-
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Mrs' Iris' 0 ch 1 ..___ .0.00> Miss Bertha" lama aoh 18_.
the railroadslto fiaul tfieir products.: Miss Elon RUII.' 1___-....... 80.06 K 8 Hadley, s 10 r....._.:..-*
Mill Edna *ch 1.oh .._ 80.00 Pearl Johnaon.lMelleie ch 10 _____...
I Mil Emma Yowl 1...._. 0.00 Robe n., *ch 10 _._. :
Mill lone oh 1______.. 100.00 Rattle Kins ii' to __........ ,
; Railroads are 0v fjeaif the peak of their Mill Ole Camp 1ti .ch 1___,.* 45.00 Mellta Johneor ItCh.' '..____. ,
Mra Florrle OveiMr .eat ItCh ... 80.00\ Mia Mary Ad< on *ch IT .._.
carrying apacitjl Carrie Bdrli ch 1.,_::_-... 6.IO Cora GauldlnciMia scat It .......
Mrs Lotto Huff ch t_-_...._ (6.00 Abby Heels. sob 16___...
4i' Mr Rhoda. Luea .ch 10_.____ 66.00 L L Jordan. : .0 .__... ._. A
WithouVnrilrij Arn-c A.. Arnold; h10.___10,0' M'- ...'"- ... Nr w
'T enwgins N HBullard? a .1.____.._' 100.110 Milton Bradle [Co. atrppllei- ;..<
+ Mra' Laura Lei.. h 11. ____ 81,00 Ernest Amos, to l1ae..w. ,
;. ores \mDfeter.-' Mlaaa Hattiei at y- .e....15' .I.oe'' "..._ O. WIne Co ency-lopeiiTaiL $ \
.. Miss Rose McKeSWe, kacn 11____ 80.00 .V D. N*i SUn
minals {be little increase in Mia Mary Florence. ,.ob 1es___ 80.00 John Owen. .. pupil -__. ; &
',,ca. Mill Katherine a* doan. sob II 10.00 Robt. L. 1141 I was appointed
> Mr. KarJ .Cowg-eif ach 14..._.._ 0.00 cipal of the naasville school
Miss 14___.._
productioi.: Ruth BleecH ech 10.00 'rt
Mr. Edna B OoaAoh 14 (It da) 10.00 the unexpii term of five
I. '" \ Mrs C A Balley.nch 14__-__.. 0.00 A commu cl,tion from 1"1'

B hIS __. try of ours is going to Miss Mill Bertha Almeda W1 AI' w.mlthh.ch .15_ 100.00 45.00 Owen was ..Ived by the ." .
that allowed 25
.. 8 F Hadley. sc *;y0------. (6.00 asking be $
ep" t 0' owing-and the railroadsi. Pearl ..._______ 60.00 month for foe, days for tran : 71
--..-.. SO_ 50.00 ing his and hi on ..children to
i \ it. Hattie.JOhn.on.I.O_____.____ 10.00 ;
K o> Mellta _._ 50.00 Lokosee school A. the request / *
; Mil 17__.___ 45.00 endorsed by t trustees of the
1 : Mn C 11_ 0.00 trict the boa allowed one
maridthe! investment markets Cora Oauldlngifrft 11 _____.__ 40.00 for iportation and r
per day
itV U U Jordan ac 10.00
"' A new*S capital to expand railroad MI.. Abby HarrUT+4.0---i-----. 45.00 dered camedistrict paid out of , $ ,
Mr Lrlla Harvi1-'ecb 41_ 60.00 fund '
Mia Fannie Addla>n, ach 4*___ 65.00 ; '
d so i increase production Gill Thomas tran. pupil..... 10.00H The board phased an : f
H Hull trani.buplla_ 110.0O pedia for the k Cloud high "
I ther must *1be public confidence in the H' B Story, trans/' upiL.- ::, 5T.T8Southland There being I further 1 ,
4 QaraKp-Ytrana. aiipils 100.00A the board adjod Bed to meet in l I '

I \ future'?earning power of railroads. A Hercules B Vance,Mf attindanc K ICo. desk15.$0* blank. 11.00 ary Pith 1920. I :

W M Welch Mfg ,o. supplies_ 85.00
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Canon Farmer iurance .__ ...Tl.Ort. ,
; > Thesnation's business cangrow only as T C Watson, la ot' ___________ STATE BOARD j ifF HEALTH ; r
K Lupfer *: PratherlupplUi ._ 6il5 PLANNINQ fCHOOB I :;
fat-d Oiecola Motor Cj repairs 11.0 ,
railroads grow. iC C McCo.k.y TSfaullnir .sits. 8.0O pri'I'

O..cola Rdw. to J supplies. __._ .... The State Do'"of| Health Is .
y
Oiceola Hdw. Co lunch room I'
Rquloment ac a.l L.________l.lftl.SS nlnjr a course o% astruction on .
State Bank, pa> ment loan ._..1000.00A lid! health meast s to ,be used
". tidwrildeineitt iA.puhlWzedh Jk H Filler, exftmeea. ach 1.__ 1.S1 public schools to vent the :
i cZfll0' (
Henry -Wild. wjkl, ach 10..... 10.60
J M Bwxton. woM ich 1- --.. 1.00 of contagious an Infectious
I Oftif H C Stanford < 1( C E Towel, eri rf.u on book. 1.11IW.lter the early sympf that '
Harris, > -V... .. "
*pair. 5.15
( t I '. It ,. ', 'I, ,.i, 01", H C Hartley. a plies -..--. 17.5 these conditions. ,.., ; ; ,
iI', ..1'j. ......1" '. ..i-;.,." I.iI: >"' 01' Mr 8 A Prevn supplies._..Uluppllel 1.40 This course i II V-be furnished :
\1 }.. W B Maklnaori .. 11.10 the school Florida. : : : I .
4 n-dpLa ighrwuiiea eeuewuiy do nan.l.tTu. 'v. teacheJPof ...
f '- Water A Caraoi upplles _._.,. .... ..
.rise mt attain liltrmhtrt ** ejKtMto UU At* ** Arlie A. Arnold/ h 18-----__... 60.00 principle subjects! 0 be covered ;
I.ee McLean .__. this '
collector 1T.KS MJjUaria
tiett" Ket/Wey/ BuewS.... tl .,.....,. Nnt r. .*. O B Woodall. df age -___._.-._-- 1.50 Trachoma course, 'are Tubenalosis,, R
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Mill Albina 8ml'i .ca"nln. :
c: club prlae i_ _.. 10.00 tion and the antl- fectlou. ... :
_. W B Maklnaon lunchroom" The' Importanc this work ,." ,.,
equipment s------------ 61.40 not be overeatii as the
.. -.ehelMr ilatriet N*. :1. recognition of di *se '1. of "

Mary J PI' le. *ch 11___ 80.00 mount.tmportan_ in R 1
F K William.. .terlal. ash 14 ...ITE
M Goodrich plaiurea, ach 14 4.10 treatment, and D Iph' N. (,
81, Cloud TrlbunAat elec. notice. 4.15 State Health Of r. declares
iii .D Kata. .llt fl .voters80.00 the nd if-
< cussing cou our : ;
Weeds matted
LATE PLO 4G HELPS. perlment Station. '
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Id D. SOeceola F..e teachers' can be m the
nras* dead vegetation and the, |Jib Hdw.',, C uneh-room that wil lenable .to
em
GettIDe rid oferasweed*, and In fields\ along; fnCUi roadsides andon equipment. _. I -.... ll.tlppflea the danger' signal a'great, : d
undergrowth abcftt the farm during the bank I stream are Ualloy *. Miller. ech f 1.10 J' ;
The board fixed of sickness and f1 ffering can
the.:natural hibernating' and often au its, attorney,
the, winter U 0 of the beat protective -
avoided chool )
: ourThi ;
J 8., to the among
breeding of many destructive Cadet before, city .
measures e. farmer can useagainst ;, place t'the conree-wftpent out ;
council and council to ,
crop-d. cine insect ''the insect' req ;
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following the Florida'Ex- Where this d1d vegetation can.be take the'necesaa] step to have thejks. In' January the the Ire medical > Y'
yea says <
sonnel of 8 Board of
',humus Standard Oil'sstation and pumping
under "MS1 will add much -
plowed : ,
draw the moisture ;
hausted wjl assisted h its .
to'the soil/. If plowing can not moved m 'the ,vicinity, of having.';; \. \l. ,7' ,
be. pt-aet1ced"iI a dead ..vegetationwUl'expose the school build I .: tion.W.' : ,
should be .bum JoI....' J.. E. Lnf r'' appeared'before N. cheats te 'Su: 6

4 ''LverybodTLoves Baby, Winter' plo "white the board and a report on the dent Public fni 'ruction has <'< ; : .
u1ted. and is
and the of school lunch roc Tite report show con hi ,
Augusta Oa.>-''From 'the "time grub :gi grasshoppers '
my, about the results h. declares .,
fciby girl wu thrae moDth old I haher to' the moll' end cold Of; winter ed .the result otr: he venture to'be confident will foil .' '
urea 'OokUo Me- and will also up those insects very- gratifying ere beingsurplus '
for which .hibernal in /the''' first fewlurning. of about twenty; Jollars left after to f x '
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Inches of soil ,. the' vegeta- the operating eiofenses had .been 'Welcome 'the rri t1. I I -
3y '
di.oed. L My !ether de paid. *, if-1 .
tlon .,(!will roy many. insect, ; %" '
lxrtb.Dieoor inf. though in the i e 'of' grasshoppers Henry'.HancocwSras. appointed '*upervisor f ADV > ,, ....
LEGAL
.. tknes/endzc. .three It probably wi not be as: .effective :of. ,Schc2u. No... 16, Bull
.times a day l Tb. im .as plowing.( '- Creek, and, A, J.TBronson supervisor. ;\ ; 1 ; ; ;

.:.f,; prov.memtkw.. very ""In.' makingplowing late'fall'or'winter' of School No. '14 ampbell, :, _' -.' iEt ClrewltCewrt; S at* fIfr.V :: ::: ;

I. now the und, should be broken "tfThe-( board Axe doyDec..l9th, #eveateeatk .6.dIN.1 ClreelL ,
1. f 514h.oven$ mo andliesI old, hi. just' a lit deeper* than It was as the"datefor cl ng the schools of .! mmtT*' *m ,Cfcaacery. j ..fr.

plowed', the ..piIncrease' ious year,. tending-to the, joUDty..for. Christmas: holi- L, II tlr.errar. Cealstilasat. t
., w sterer, 'the' ipth) of i the soil 'ingrows day, and Janus: 6th, 1920 as the J. W; WVMMII ... Mar -aye8 Hau d

a .Pleroe'tk which the plai -" In our thin, date i for reopens; heni. ala ,'wW% Def* e-aata.. :
;> 0 sea .dice! Dlr sandyvirgin: / lie if would ,be ruindeepV The board agr._ to allow the' elm It/ apVaerlnir*' by affldarlt ap ; + ,

the world form t b v i the nil perf.es creditIn ous to'begin plowing but of $10 each to, thl teachers' who at- to, the bltKni d In the abeauee k
that ahd
health. The 'Ool '+ e, Dieoorery! the thinnest- in 'the,state can be tended the < Plot"ociation' Educational As- et Ruaa the' : ? '
'bas also been ual i b sister tor her built ''up' by" 'per> rop' rotation' at. L-, entown provided therein n arw. non-r dent. : eT
-liable. when .we twe months which will'inlegumes e' the.: growing :of a receipt, showingassociation iembership in-the the State and aJ r r

,old pnlies to It help ss h i as 1 and M11&she W0. ,\, such a ";'vvel; v t ;beaD or superIntendent was. f fit with! the county: over of WIlmlnsrtorkNforth the air f twent Citfollnav aF one' : ;' ,, j"
The ill add considerable. -' that f-
(x)8$. cowpea, ; It therefore- dMareA 'the' :'
f nitrogen'and n* to the soil when. The board i frc ,jveo applicationsink on-resident.'dsfbe' and /y' '

..q ,, ?SI Asth ii* handled prope In' a few year a I from the''"folJowftl, to, be'des; bill are;,hereby of complaintUTd reqnlreWjJo 'appear in said to- if

M Oa. O'two years"! reasonably< pW table 'depth of, soil ignated depositor!' \ for'' the county on or before Mond/ylothe Cth day ';
k suffered tb t 'eew.ed m* to will be' had to rk upon.'... .> school funds tate Bank1 of January, .A. D 11 lft o Jarwlae taii.n .
us.dd I 'A' deep'soil conducive to mull'mum" Kissimmee, Cltise: Bank of Kls- legations of aldjBlil wTO.b*,' iM r

Dr. rOk M DiaeOTWy for ,crop pro Ion. ,It will hold Immee,. Peoples k of St.';Cloud confessed.It I* further by aaLr|frderd defenAua tai this

,. tobuiid d i trancthL and more moisture, nd when.this'is ex and the First 8ta Bank-of Kenans be published Aice ,, 'weeteg'* .for ; # y' qr
ville. 'After consecutive eks In th* 1 1
two of my asthma from thesubs; .Since: moisture .is due sideratlon the Valisy-Oa. e, a bewspaper ,
the. main'; agen! [by which the roots board :'unanimously 'greed to deslg- ed In .ald fCounty .and StateJ a Y
bid 1 1us. of >plant, get I I lefr food, it I. nec- nate the ,State Ba of> Kiiilmmee, This December Ind 16,1'5. T(

.FienM's essary that th soil be deep to 'pt the present:deposit to be the de- (CIR COU JT Ti OYERSTREKR l y,

tthe medicine the beat result By:: plowing. a, deep po itory (fork all I th chool fund of f n Circuit :

p keep iM In a good soil,,it .willed be ilrerized and aerat- the county for the .r 1920. '.Thl* a AKERWANr* 8TBBD, ,

Mir.MCulaU the ftomaoh..ass. ,, which is necessary 'for a decision rwas.made tor, it appeared Solt tora' Complains. ? i

..r good root"- that to'make a eh ,_.'would causeeztra' $ 3
I iCourt ed C.astp'Jedste ?
eAE1I expense for'!- the necessary F1.rlder, Oeeee4 ,Ceaatr.ia .L
n :HwLl; The busiest ace In Fort 'Meade books blanks, )etc a id.,also'that' .tor :
r Ab I i* said to be, plckln&bou.. of divide the funds a the several 'a .eew T. :k >

those, I--"DrJ 17rueti Pi.ssatAt the Citrus 'PJa't I' Company.( >New banks 'would tleer< the:; Interest V
I btVeil 0d4 ler b "s' that,the:tw_th /cooler the;fruit earned M the. yuada. The nbf gs1a <..
I sttse b is beautifully bored and la going board fixed the amo t of.bondto'beBank tt t Nmoati sa. U { "'R

forward by t carload,, thousands furnished by the St of KuUd MI, Admhislrattot tW fate Ot / i.Ii t

of.boxes being Shipped ,daily' i, Immee at $15,000. ,. '. .a t0
Just na.ttf Yee 'The'.board. .ap '$30''tti': be 55 a Areari.i ,

.' Is.snt PeU.tr and w.lad shea lid flu C Cjaw .asd MIP1w'J '' turned over to J Albin'', :Smith. !
is relieving thee..o.dldo s.They 4.0 ,'i = ; = tor 'cattnifig""duo" p \ le imm.i, sand ;
f. V? *** we'* .. -' ', Mr.' and Mrs."A.: XDI.ht,having tp''al'' le o' a. m, as ] '
1'Itfid_$ Il(1 """ f" .II. w tC--j' : thereafter the matter n

Rw.v9vs.:, ,, ........._. resigned,_. ,from':,the* 'tkhoel tor sutho to rsell. 0$ peb .
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\ \: ; ',.THE nSSWMCE' VALLET GAZETTE FRIDAY. JANUARY 2, IHO., ". ... ,


: COO HCl CTS. autE STYLE' MAWS SAY-:SKIRTS-IN,

".. ;:'PUTN ''IINGL' .-....,I 1920:,TO.. WtttFRANtLY 4H0RT r'4 _4 S wrww. S' *'"> <*. *, -W .
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1-'lJ' Racine Auto |
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.. s. I Cleveland DeN Sria+Tin styla "f T PRICED . \ PENNSYLVANIAuVaci5iini . .
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'Blb..Iwitku + elf r \ : : '
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National C1oa
committee o i" urcieTires '
slwseries spf. Bible., fen Suit and Ski [Manufacturers'. : : 11 ,Cup end gar, :Horseshoe ire
\ ,--\ J. ,'J' ",_" elation rem n ed skirt from J Arhidrcbrd Tires. s t' .
and Ttiber T Tested I ..:.
t.1laehe than at present ( M| ,
fbf"tb U9isyatthe tin its report tokg ---- -- I ,,.,,,; \ "" ,, I'
< : : session of j the'anhere. -' .. ,,... .'J .1"aI:.'. . -to \
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ftuial convent! .. The commit i SUPERIOR'CORD I' : .t
tee decreed hf skirts next reason 3 .'1J.1): to!.'. .
w1.1I'M from! tto 9 Inches from th -SIZE E I... ''TIRES' iii I .:r/J ; J: tr .: rf : .' :-" ', .'
floo It1'.wo n'nd about 10'inchei Type r.IlaJf
;. Fs ; .a. i I1' ,. > iJ .J I;
r for misses a [compared with 4 to C 6 1 ti e E : : .

'' ; 1fllLii inches for ep.and'9* to 8",inchei Z Gi .. .a; 1 a Cc::: 0.q G 'tw }''Fta .' 'q, llr 4 V f' ;: :p.4' .". ."t, 9h ,
for misses a] MenU /;o. ,, ", ,
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i J Skirts; the1' ,rt"le makers pat without say, wi1be"'frankly ab I ,,30d. ,_ 11004---------: 2.411'OLIN., 18.45 14.85 3.00. 3.75'1 !''"1523_ ;; L. ti\ l':: "M" '' 3.9O '" 'm.. rut ..


itone..11treme.brevlation. ?' e beatyli9h thing'to be is avoidedto the ex 30x3V.,, '1..4 ,. ,___ _____ 2.73 CIKf. 23.70NW3i3.59, '4.40 19.35 21.15 ____... :-4.45, .*"...._..

Tuni nd plaited skirts'wil' 1 .3x3V. 'n.6O 33.30 3AS s;:, lj 27.9022.70 3.80' 4.7S'I _...___ 26.10 '...____ 4.90 4.50,
be \ I
worn.: .
V: Fullness'o! Lhe hips will boa' tea 31x. ': : .,,_..,.. =_.._ 345 .CUN: ', '. 7.50 Zt.7Q! 5.20 '6.50 ,......."" ,:3Z.3S; : :- __.:.. "5.50 5.25 '
the',, .
ture bffpia of, smart spring '

,"it.:. SI."ve [will to>the tall I .uith.- The threequareve'wiHbefavored : .: iT 9:-.grn.I'

ter'length *! -on - - -141.20 .43.20. ...UOSJS. .. 6.90 ._ : ,,, ,
----- S, .31.60 5.50 __.. .,.. ,..:..:"; -.04-.5.75.
the eton. a 1 short jaunty,, models t , ; .. .
Sport au.its )r, spring and 'summei 3.h4, 42.40. .... .50 4.45' S. S.. ,40 32.35. 5.63' 7.05. -Lt.----------- 6.30 8.00
wearj are re knmendedV Novel beltofjcollarl

|r,slender and .rolling )2x41/. 30.70\45.60. 7.80 5.25. S. s. 52.7 ___- 6,80 8.50 __:.._.. _.._-'_, 57.15. 7.30 '\_ __, _
-will be a'' tail of the suits- TheInd '. .
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Lord Byron )i Peter Pan -design 33x41 7' 31.80 ,0 5.;>> S. S. 54.90 __ 6.95 8..70 __'\.__ ____I.. *, ,..'..."_,_: .. .7.50 _""' _-:'
will be.-popu at

: The newest [wrap< for women' 'Isnol 34x432.50 "7.75' ,SO.15.. .. $.50 S.. S. 553S _,__ 7.00 8.75 ._____ -L; _.,,.. t_..._* 7.75, i:.,._.. :,
unlike the oil Roman toga, a i graceful \ '
envelope garment that can be 35x413325 48.80 5135. Soas 5.5. 57.60 _____ .toiO 8.90 8.05 _____.
Wednes- tucked a pulled togetherjoats -.L&z.SS I "
Presb'church up .
day' the evening, 'c trill continue for a: ."Prices of ,' suits and-Prints aklrtt 36x41,1a n75...... _.__:.. __..__ ''.15 S. S. .&. Q. D. sUo _____ 7.30 9.1533x5 :. ,1 ; ; 8.30 ...._.. .
will ol
said Michael .
stay up. '
ek
S the next two ;: Cleveland cl rman' of the atylc 1.30 .I.3S .S. S. 67.40.;. 8.05 ,.. .. .. .
b .. Mr. Putnai bue hie studies on | ; ----- ----- ----- --- ----- -- --
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t ... ''the'Cbronolocl theme"Bid', with Mo. s Key Know,"' ?which" a committee. 3x5 4US _-___ _____ U5 S. S. A: Q. D. 70.95 _--__ s.so m. _. _____- _____ 9.5-------' ' ,/
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his tboroughf wbnderfull knowled of the'Biblei THE "BOMUE LASSIE CLUB. 31xS, .cs.so -____ u___ 7.20 S. S. A: Q. D. -n.,, _____ a.asi-{ j _____ ___u 10.50 __00-_ e2
will make i tereting.Mr. : :
i Putrfam 1. a' L. er business The "Bonn! Lassie Club" had a ,
h life to-this successful Ne Year's party on New .
who devoting "
man p J ,.,
Year's Eve.entertained. were delightfully' +"'" 0 d
Work. Hejis the author t"A D 4- ey :i v <<
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.pensationfTChart t of the Ible- -and I b charming little, .bo? Columbia ry C. Batteries $ .50 .2 '
'"World, Conditions ana-* Coming' teas, Clara kern Each "Ial.i. : el1TourintCariF2OQ ;
""f-- : Lena 1ax
Polish I
Change/' r / hada. Caddie'good and one extra for -__ 1.00 _ .
'*\ "The"fleeting*' Wednesday%nel last luck. T pre entw.re-EJea
night Acre well attended Aany of nor Rosen Th ts Whaley, Geral- Stewart V-Ray Spot Lights 6.00 Delivered Kissimmee :

t Klasindlnee's people Remembering' Mr. dine Lesley, Di MmkinsonEleanor Halladay Bumpers' 10.00 ,
:
verstreet[ Art r Bullock, Walton
2 Patnajhi's teachings of Las& year, "opridge, Eu Rivers, Harry Cleaning Cars -. $1.50 up Immediate, Delivery }
i and iesiring to listen lo these Iplen- Spier, ClaraCranfe. T .:er and J. J. Mcrs .

41d 'ble"lessons aaiD.! JVn- The between 'I:30
- jqr. and 12 w.re.. t playing merrythe .
games' and wh whistles pealedout 118 Phone
r MRS. BUCK PASSED AWAY the coming 1920 and the leave SHEAROUSE GILBERT CO.

j' \d MONDAYS p ng of 1919, tlze ? could hardly real- Broadway i
i'wife/frt : ; it, for the' a had gone by so : k ,
oraL, Butk Cap swiftly.. lr./ ,
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'r0 taro ,'Buck. passed awa 'at their Delicious nf meats of ambrosia .
a lame North Kissimmaifr Monday and aS
wafers pt chocolate append '

9 flees morns tha b' 4:30 vered o'clock-sWer-an-111-a-pert'of* 'years, Uzing ..sandwich< I-in candy. were, CHARL S W. FLEMING. Nurseries ve agreed to send a kind. The roe is vital to every in-I hand of a woma musi7 touch every:, ..j
they were-daintly-ae: : courses. The - landscaperdner" there to- putthe terestliesge to- market ,the thing-
) Funeral ( vices werif held at seed ing- to perfi it. Anything- that
young gueststude e their'grati- Charles Fleming was born grounds in cost of value 'of land theihools
when-'Jtev. B. living a ,
house j'Tue / O. ape.A is built both
to the hostess for the by, an and. woman 1st i
yo
March 22. 848, in Shlrleysburg.lluntington and
attendance at church
Falls pronounced conjWlinr words to new a elaborate dance hall '
.;a, the bereaved, atiY and, friends. lovely party, an the adieus. were. nty, Pa., and died in known as eSt. Petersburg Jazz and the gene I comfort arid pleasure better than an 'mere man W affair yr:
-' said,. but relucts By. Lisshnmee, .., Dee -25th 1919. of Consider the b be moafSherfect .
Mrs.v Buck rn In PhiUdel- : Palace, ha .pened in the Sunshine the Ie. There is only one > :'y.institution
d ",,J phia, Pa., in 18 d ?,was, nearing GREETING When on) '6j years of age he came City. A r urant is conducted in side to the I >rtance of good rpadst we 'e.. becauMRt 'was', :..
{ her fiftieth years the time of her ANNIVERSA : nth his p rats to Mansfield, Ohio. connectionSuccess h the dance hall. The farme; a the foundation,, man built both by and womili. ,The- L'
he
death,, Twenty frienda kf Mr., eto ?, where. Flemin, .'inswered to young his manhood.Mr. country's h.} y line of work means of the 'nation His is the first work West recognizi this, when it gave .
t
For the pa t't1; years the who lives the. prlando road ,attention to. tails. The farmer who of importan -because: 'out of t the '' '
on just I all, having ved as private in 12th !the women th right to vote aindThe'government.
to Klssimintev
familybad .
soil must con the food of the -
ia ,
not willing'-to
beyond the city limits, called at hiahome give consid"faing people
men for'the anjbpending the Ohio Indepe nt Battery, light ar- 'eration 'to '' and proper for and the' material of pros.perity. have a voice in Out
at.3 the occasion caring
summer in..,.,ew JerseyTi For two being o'clockjyesterday Mr<:.J Livingston's 85th.nniv..ry. illery.lose, of the Aft hi.r he discharge entered Warsaw at the live, stickcupation. aid try some other oc- .. The ;; of 1019. tumbledstriker : there women' a: children l ..are betteinyf .
years the ecessed was unable to A .sttbrt service .a. con' his .-"i : and tossed< wi and rumors protected than : other place"Goolsby .
r Academy- ceurso, in liter- .
make theyear but remain.ere the g '
p, and industrial rest, but they are '
," '' ducted. Everyo f', present participated . He a sueceaxful teeher' (The live- k business cannot be the 'country. is a ma
i" She s a Member-of the ptist in the mefUng-L; and a> royat many 'year.. en entered a printing gone Intb discontinued at each as matters the prqductl of no''}; 'ous of, Import food, and ao long feed after'our.own rt, most' men don'tacknowledg. ;

r, church er name being;on roll good Mime was K enjoyed. Several fflee'in Indi polls. He learned therving wave of h 'i i or low prices. The continues. Only hen there is plenty '. a... woman's work.-
friends had take* 'tokena of ,friend-! man who got nto the
/ trad .. mustmake
printing as apprentice industry
otth' N.
a. Ilaines
Ckttrcb..at.Angtes will it
rs of food possible for prices City' He Id. .
hip as a birthdaW offering, and Rev. : boy, and wor l'g in every brat ch of it a anent and continuous!!! down.A .
S i& survived by her husb_ Coleman asked f a silver the newspape; business. Was founder -*{'affair, and tain good breeds and to come ---
Lavellett Buck and more than fi a dollars offerlng'j and editolibitionist f 'the "Charlotte Pro- ''equipment.Congress. Washington dispatch a a y s : "
as one' son, both '
,
tr well here. on the 'table for tnls dear old ," first exclusice' Drane is "Without a reco vote the House
w m are known pro- spending
-Both he and hi. ,||ood wife enjoyed hibition pap published In MichU his Christ 1 holidays in Lakeland has passed the n.y bill; to occasion-, and thanked vent : foreign' m from
jttie
heartily
Valley ) r and enjoyi/i. much needed
A want ad. In Gazette 'restrane -
friends them gan.On '' flooding American arkets. with -
\fte remembering
Oct. 9, <81-he was'uniUd in Congresman was at products
a .., win rent your spare rooms. with,_ 'a Christmas 'lervice., marriage to '.. Rosabel( McGuire, the lunched iven by the present Rotarians sold'at aleI' price in the

-, '*" V -- ("-- of Roxand 1 pn county, Mich- I Lakeland the young boys of United States than the country of -

... ... o.tooo 0 O OOO ooo o ..t< Mr Fleml was noted for his 101( city, a made a talk to the manufacture. The sure wouldauthorize urg
O..O love ; the secret y of the treasinspect &l
of Howe '
4, ', ,, I which he :cultivatedextensively boys. \ '
1 1. to send agent to the
ury .
i northern '.
ils
i : home of '
: Mcuey ape rt'or a year's subscription o'manufacture...
.
: books. and plants,
Mil ,
Reading,, and theaick
;' i : many to.a p !\t or 'n g&aine' as a of to the U ed ,and
exports 'fitate.
E'' have : '' local and northern room that wa gladdened by his gen' t ,
a large I 'lose holiday gift i oney well spent, asor to study prices of. h mer1Jnildllleabroad.
rous gifts o: flowers he'loved
y.y ,
.to., .o welt. every day month 'as the t' Now Apen '

connection_ and can. sell youri' He was amber' of the Presbyterian cage may, be WI, Se ring welcomed 1920, your and remembrance be- J. D. Pope was in: ntly killed Inrudta' '.

church Reading, Mich., "andfriends a constant npapers. der. Send Florida \Yedhesday& ornmgcwbentwo.stateroad.auto RfSHING, ARTIES
leaves a host and the devoted 't' cks. came to-
: property- (for' you. List it with .us7"V" widow *ho'cared'' for him in : tether at the DeSot garageV One ..
, Gov. Catts appointed W. D. '
.a ' .. bit last, aickneK in.'this city truct.had "gone_des ,and.. piece,
\ ; -. >"" Cam superint t of public schools of scantling was plac between the'inorderthat''
] .. .' of ,Marion cou to- succeed J. H. dead truck send anoth 13 miles Like
,\ ?;! $iyillg.fu11'particulars.: : STATE lEWS ITEMS. : Brin.on.18'11 ,. Mr. Cam was : ,jdown"houses :
theone'could be pus inthe'gar- furnished. 've
& >* t 7 f ji j- : bait
.
Pt i j I' i*' f' \jV-j' t* .,.. l" a member of t >unty commissionrfct .Mr.. ,Pope wal in between
.Yours: .: lndustcial'School l lat age. and live fiih. for sale. d small
I
: The
/.* % truly boys of i 4i; eraof tile i lira of, Marion the two 'trucks and aught' hold of .
, t ;
*' "i> i very' ; ,IK Marianna 'i Ire; remembered, by county, but,, resi the'position to the scantling ,_to..4 a ady it., The bosli for hire. Bring;. eCldilJl, ;
fcf "
_ .".. 'i i ;rf ;dpi) ,."rfJ : ; .. ', : the"Tampa'7Y. M,, C.; A.) and ; Boy accept'.the' ,.posit to r which. he''was : scantling andthe care came ,and grub 'f+"
: tcntral 8 conls of that ty .with present and appointed- together, .slip 'thl betiween . ( .
Y': ; J" man '
; 'T i Florida 'Real l Estate fruit v, r I ) .
; i r*< Twelve Ch: e 'transportedwere' them' bending bU'y :forward, [Thd-,.Old S irpentinj ll,, no
.
) .- ' >The Tampa Club hasadopt- 'to ba' his back. ,A '.
I. : '. iry guard were! badlygo I breaking I physician was mile ., .
.,.. ,r ,. ." r? g','.'n'ves't'mentCo'o edthe: Tampa' kildren'a 'home. Tarn- bruised a few da; but no other called; but(found,,the an dead uponarriving. : to Southport ctna '1
; pa will be1 one place where orphan passengers were ured ..when theLimited 1 ., Mr Pope hid only Tecently Oh-N "
'
"'t' 'J iddies; will jToi ;t their mUfortunea. Southbound Ovei and arrived in 'Arcadialto enter-part- .. .... .
Orlando, fla.t ,Gcorjje Apptegate; : ,Ocala Star' ; Northbound'train D the Florida nerahip with r,his apn m\. the JDeSoto'garage. A. G'e OWLEk.FOR.

I : The .cboot'nda at ..Manateeled East Coast'. a U1'Ol had'a head-on Ilia wife' wa to, h..... Joined : ., .:.
r ...... '-o; ,.. ... ..>>1 'o.. o.. . ...i.i.-. ..,t ... i an to be beauti the. Royal Palm, collision at Jenson, miles south of ,_bun.Christmas'' da-* :
I _,' ,,__=--- ------ Fort Pierce. The 8M were -
.. , '" . . .. through ;there San brang :. FLORIDA ADVpCATE. .rf f
.i iItus..iftc ift-srs." .... .... .__ .... rtA d.. eisco, there being q e a' large nnm- 'We,read the pages ft' the Florida <.
r bar.of them--.' . ';' Advocate wi{h delight., It la pub- ,
,,4. ,. ... I The business of world begins fished and edited b/ GeoVge' M 'SALE. '

'DR.'T.FMRIVERS L. H.':LEDGE 'C O.T.' SINQELTARY moving on the 'co roadsThe Gooleby:and', Mrs. ,LeZra tH. Goolsby.No of '
; farina '
:ht :.,,i'- "Rwid afr "'. ', 'C-hi.r." s .. :' .. ','%.,. r. Vic,! .-....._-'"".."'' 1 1j terial.. .and provide' the,much;food .the use,raw of, man.' ma-. ', nder\.lt.I.:../well' done. 'The ,Lot/No.,' :. J6 Woc:dall'a'- .subc ri.1A1i :'

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