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: February 6, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00945
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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f: School Board.Act 4 The city father of Kisslm-' The ,'WOOden structure at',the: '+ :UponLtgKijBiU*

4 mee have been instrumental in BUILDING.COMMITTEE .* comer'i of Broaoway and Dart*.* +
4 of the. J ington 'avenueowned by 'the'. Redaetiesu Graate ''CRizeat-134 i
O.. Section Will Occupy F,... adding ,to,the*re venue* ] .
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t 0 cl 7.to the extent of 569.56 in 4 children of Nick' Rogue which. Fathers Ia stotomM:; Sees!

\\\.Jmdia.\ ) 'Da D..ait..IA.-. 0 one month by placing certain Report Is"Mads'.To City,,Cousin aae* lwadmg';:' Industries Ln..ted' :At was badly'damaced by' fire ....-. : Tuesday, ;1'Ci\t Pass Up.. Ma**.*
-Aid: Givea N.... SchoolFiaancial ) -' city funds.in a bank and draw4ing ''. era! Sundays'. ago will not be I 1
>, Statements of' Firs of M.. Last MiU Wfc_ Amy I tend. ., t '
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Statement Actu. -' 1' 'interest thereon Heretofore 4 Are + rebuilU .That was\ the conceit- Issportamce 1s
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o { 0 it was stated.this has not 0 fl Jacksonville and Tasspa < .Engineer:' It Given v.' .... u sue -opinion of.the'city. coun-! i ''MafldpaJiIJ! .t ,
; red .... been" done; }! Submitted aWe lafermatiesL.Representative cilmen., - >. t" y
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L. _. Marshal .. Som.thinr+wn'.Ither,4rolig'bit&the'electriclight
41' .Tison 1
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he county .:bi board at It* 4 Tuesdsy night that the monies Citizens of Klsslmmee; were 'Tuesday men ""of Klsslmmee person who''attempts
regular monthly session Monday approved .pset; aside for the construction of 0A night assured that the presence and ,vicinity, assembled here. Thursday nail in''a new pl.nk'to the buildIng -"'. ingswere 'incorrect, was the opinion !
1 warrants for the pay of the 'bulkhead along Lake Toho- of the Standard Oil tanks in the city ;night to confer with' Lieut. Col. O' will, be arreited. "- .. expressed by members of c the city '
'". teachers, cancelled (outstanding 0 pekaliga amounting' spproxi- are safe and not a men.ce.to property W... Barden corps' of' engineer Fire Chief Sam ULnpferrecommended : .'* council at their' meeting last' night.

monthly bills'{\ and approved Ube financial 0 mately $101,000 had drawn' Interest -'4 in case of fire. Such partial report United with headquar- ,'to: the ullcll' that: when three 'I citizens protested against
report Hof C. E. Yowl!,-eoun. 4 during'the month of Jan- was made by A. Sj Gilbert teen. in Jacksonville, upon the matter the. building be condemned. '* the bills rendered, which were ,out
.ty' superintendent of schools, from O uary f $435.65, it having been .. chairman: of the building, committee of' improving the ', waterways 4' Work Is progressing; wellt"on'* of?proportion In the past: several
July 1, 1419 to December 81, 191. 4 deposited in the Osceola County + of the city council who reported his from' Klsslmmee via Lake Tohopeka. the 'concrete i pouring" for w the months de.plte increase in s the a

One of the most important matters +. Bs/k, committee made an Investigation into liga.' Lake Klslmroeethe Klssim- bulkhead ;proposition.{ ,T l,v-.<. 4 rate..,;, rv ...i 't"I" -,
receiving definite action was thei '' In The State Bank of Kissim- the matter, especially in 'connection mee river and other waterways. ,Acsomttanying All:case. of "Ilia |in the' city 0 I J W.i; E. Sand.non ths xBroadway F

I I dividing of via seventh grade in the .' mee.31,000' street fund., ,for with the fire that occurred here CoL, Barden ,was J. ,M. 4 are J progressing"well, Marshal'. Jeweler,' presented bills which t.show,
..., Kissimmee school .because of its ov 0 the month of January, brought. the latter part of the year Braxtoh assistant in the engineer's 4 Tison, reported., ,And th.rean ed ,his amount had ',jumped from '
,;i er'(crowded condition and the appointment .. in $183.91.. I He was supported in the finding office at,Jacksonville, who during the but few,of 'tbem.'.'- ; < .. $4.90'In. November to 123-XO-ln Dee e

of a a youngman. ,4 Daily balances will be kept by the fire chiefs of Jacksonville and war', was the civilian head of that Twenty-five 'dollars<,was' paid 0 cember and the nights he... kept open' 4
. OJ a winter resident here havingbeen 0 when the work on these two Tampa, who recently communicated office. ;, the St. Cloud firs department for during. the latter month had been
elected temporarily. For some 0 projects are under way and with, Lewis O'Bryan, city attorney.F. City j t ban auditorium was crowded coming.over-to. fight fire in the'. charged his January ecnnt.-Th
,> time Superintendent Yowell endeaT. 0 payments made for labor ac- 4 W. Raney fire chief of Jacksonville with commercial' men vitally interested 0 Rogero building. For a time It O bill for January was but $14.40.' He
,( ored to find a teacher in this state, 4 cording contract. in his letter stated that the als well 'as a number of citizens appeared other buildings would asked for a reduction and was C1'&IIt-\. .
telegraphing and writing to various e large storage tanks in Jacksonvillehave having! at: heart the welfare of the + be victims of the flames and 0 ed relief to, the extent of $10. :+ .'

/ sections but without success. The : t. . . . . . . . . . . . always been protected by "re communities in this section. Fire Chief, Lupfer, called In the 0 R. T.1Butl.r'ofthe'"} iee'plant''wai''f'' '\

place pays a salary of $80 per month _ _ _ lief valves" and a breastwork of 'The ''principal talkers who gave St. Cloud' fire fighters in case, another complainant.' His December f,
but was declined with thanks by Instructors earth thrown up around the tanks Col., Barden. much desired information the flames got beyond the con- 0 bill at the ice 'plant: Wss. $10.90'and, e'y'
r of Florida. ST CLOUD CITIZEN sufficient to hold the oil in case of were Samuel L. Lupfer of the trol of the local men. The pump January, it went''to 125.t Hs'WasallowedaTeduction
New Teacher Selected.ET.'Eriakioe ,, of a Oseeola Hardware Company and the 4 was in bad shape he reported. which-' brought:-'"

t, -:*! : f-N.*-Benin' .. Rre--there--last--summery--June.-23f}--inj contracting-'..firm- .of- -Jdsloney-and .-An--ordlnance-will--be-pasied bisDI11Ofor January-. :' to 1510.! ,.The 'to-'!'
1 of steel tanksand the safety Lupfer Company Inc. H. C. Stanford it for 0 trouble ,
\ of, the high school there, ENDSllFEHEREHirHANGINGIN a battery ; making unlawful anyone same was experienced at hia '
;r a graduate tanks sat merchant and of the to drive the home the amount
business valves in the working president over fire ,hose.i No. : running up from
" D} and also in "'a course being' was- isfactorily.:: He added that where the board of trade. J. E. Lu ter, of the such a city law is now in exist- 4 $1 In November to $4.20 a subsequent .

the choice.the .MrloEriebon.. stated present that CO.JAIL oil from one of these tanks can be firm of contractor, J, F. Kelley of ance and there" have been ,sever. 0 month. The bill' was. reduced
at
would bo 'confined and the tanks are not: too the Florida Crate ana Lumber Co., al cases where arrests were O to $2.20. *'*-
'a form from the state se- close together, he did not believe C. F. Gaines, representing the Kls- + made of persons driving over 0 C. A. Williams c was' another?in'a ; >

: ,1"!,-IL.aJred. of education and in superintendent April George B. Jennerson 65 old, there was a great amount of danger simmee Island Cattle Company, the the hose but they could not be 0 similar situation and his case .was
years Consolidated Land and the O to 0 remedied the. council r'
Erickson would take the regular a Union soldier formerly from from them. Company brought account. I by y>
school Mr. examination. He states he Maine whose home, is at St. Cloud, Tampa Chiefs Views. Florida Pine Company; Pat Johnston 0 The,band stand 'will be repair; Ten Cent Luncheon.Mrs. .
attorney and large holder of ed. a' in the 0 .
resident of this afternoon Mathews of Tam new flooring put \ J. of the '
may become a permanent county Tuesday com- Fire Chief W. H. lands along the waters under discussion roof made to out + W. Frlpp :Mothers'Club
Florida, dependent upon the success mitted suicide in the corridor of the pa In his letter stated that wherever secure keep Invited the council the mayor,
Captain Clay Johnson rain and a coat of will *
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he has in the approaching test he county jail here by hanging himself gasoline is handled there is alwaysa erator ;of steamers on the waters ap- 4 also be added. paint' the city attorner' city marshal and<
> will with part of blanket. of but if the four the l board of' tradeto
undergo.The a danger explosion, fish >>
A. Rosen, dealer Capt. R. W. The council declared against
first floor of the frame structure Jennerson who was married last) tanks are properly installed he ; take a ten cent luncheon at: -the'
on Darlington avenue between October, .nd who leaves a widow and would not consider them a menaceto Meiklejon, with interests along thewaters. the payment of guards for airplane O Children's Club rooms' and not brine_, .;. '
Buckles
C. + 0
Captain effective after .
operatorof
04 the WiHson apartments and the Gazette grown children by a former marriage adjoining property. He wotld not steamers and NsCr J Bryan -* *4l-thls-yearr* -January, adime'TtHnouncll: accepted for. all..- a
office has been rented for the made two previous attempts consider a location near a school a member of 'barg"l' andmerchat extended this courtesy. .:

divided section of the seventh grade to end his life, one time by drowning proper one. ; Mayor W. J. Steed and . . . .. . ... .. . . . ... Messrs.' D. G. Wagner, 'Milton .
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have the class occupying and last la St. Cloud he cut Pledger. Allen E. Fosdick and
and it Is hoped to Friday Chief Mathews added there were W. B. 'H.rrls. editor of the Klssim- others
,the place some time this a deep gash In his throat.. The wound four oil companies located in the city Valley Gazette. asked the council to extend the elec.
week. was sewed and dressed by a St. limits of Tampa, two of them, the mee SCHOOL CHILDREN'SNOT tric wires to their seetlon, beyond '
Superintendent: Yowell told the Cloud physician and, Tuesday morning Standard Oil and the Gulf in the Thorough Diacnsaton. Bermuda' avenue, as they ''needed "

board that he had recently visited he was brought to Kissimmee by heart of the city on the river front. President Stanford of the board of light and 'power and must have it.', .
the schools .at Kenansville. Tyson Sheriff L. H. Ingram and taken to The fire department there requires a I trade presented Col Barden and Mr. LUNCH FEATURE The 'council agreed to' extend the) "
Creek, Bull Creek Raulenon, Hancock tbe county\ jail to be' held until a concrete wall around the entire Braxton, and the army engineer ,{ wjres to the city limits In their dl..
and Clark, and found them to jury passed upon the question of his plant of sufficient heighth to' take I went into the matter with various section and from that: point, the pee* i

be in splendid condition. sanity.At care of any amount of oil and gasoline 1 angles including the transportation tltioners .could string their wires to r
... Rural School In Shape. the jail he begged not to be that may be stored therein. The of lumber, quantity! and methods,the ATTRACTSOUTSIDERS their homes, they,to pay ,the expenses '

The rural schools in Osceola county confined to a cell, stating he revet tanks are not placed near this wallso depth of the waters at present and of the work and the upkeep of
running smoothly, ted trying to cut hi throat. Being in case of an explosion the oil or the depth desired at all times, the The Mother's-Club, of Kissimmeeis them. All lived within, three quarters ' +
he months added were in the which i. old and feeble, his request was gasoline can be confined in this wall number of craft traversing the wst- in receipt of communications from of a mile of the city limiti.

eight months year than rural granted and he was permitted to remain until it burns out. ers now with the the several parts of the state asking information From th. latter'' point the wires
two longer other Florida in the corridor of the jail. Have Relief Valves. citrus fruit sipped by water. shoal in regard '''to the conductof would be a private line. An estimate
schools in coun-
some In the afternoon the jailer going waters, amount of fish dealt in, the orth.t.will.be, secured for .the k
the hot 'lunch feature served' to
ties.The his rounds heard a gurgling sound Chairman Gilbert: said the Stand- I difference'in distance in the haul by the schools petitioner. and the matter left with
of the board children in the public
usual was installed
grind ard Oil Company here had
and looking the bars 'water and the the electric committee
through saw probable developmentof light with
relieved when delegationof here. The Mother's Club . ;
somewhat a relief valves on all the tanks which arranges
lennerson hanging alongside cell the the to act.Bad .'
a country by deepening power
and these lunches for the school childrenat .
negro men appeared requested the company declares is a prevents
with blanket fastened about his channel. Also how the
- assistance of the school body to a five of explosions.. During the fire improvementwould the nominal cost of ten cents per Railway,Crossfags.The .
neck. He had benefit the interests
schools in North improvised a rope, I farming lunch and the project has become street committee the
the now
:' / continue negro tied it around his neck, stood upon last year:: a truck was practically destroyed crops generally and stock raising, : reported
Kisiimmee for eight months. To do by fire but the tanks did not permanent institution and has railroad crossings of the AtlanticCast
chair, made the fast to bars cattle the
t so would require $430 more the ne *of *T cell and kicked rope the chair from explode. Mr. Gilbert said he had :particularly floods and the, reclamation protectionfrom of the support of official and social KtsiKlmmes Line in the city limits at Park
I t
gro schools coming under the state under him. conversed with people from' other lands Bass, Oak and Magnolia streets were

law providing six, months tuition a When cut down by.the jailer he cities and rel.ted'.n instance where Docking: Facilities ,Miss Edith M. Thomas state supervisor not properly graded by the railroad
.J.( year, still alive and Drs. E. Derbyshire the oil tanks in Miami were burnt of home economics, Florida authorities and a. resolution, ,was
Methodist minister was was Col. Barden asked specially about State for Women at Tallahassee the A. C. L. '.
,, 'A negro and H. S. out but there no explosion. Also College passed requesting people .
Geiger were summoned y
spokesman and he stressed the fact but the man was dead when that there were oil| tanks In the resIdence docking facilities along the streams has. written Miss Smith home to remedy the matter.; :.Marshal
, that his race was anxious that the arrived. The stitches in his section of DeLand which were and was informed there was a num- demonstration agent of Osceola Tison called attention to the Broadway .
negro boys make Fls be. given good they throat not considered dangerous. ber of docks alpng the water routes.In county, stating that the Woman's crossing where cinders had been T
tore loose leaving a gaping
. '3" educations to : them better citizen Where Danger Exists. this connection Mr. Stanford told Club of Ft. Pierce is very anxiousto dumped and tramped down :for tern-"*'
*. A proposition was made by hole.His of $100,000 to be spent in the bulk- start a hot Junch in the public porary 'purposes but 'allowed to re
remains taken to
were St. Chairman Gilbert called attentionto head (along the lake here the '
the $215 for one city school. Miss Thomas has requestedMiss main. 'A similar, resolution was
, :? month's additional schooling the negroes Cloud in Eiselstein Brothers' hearse. the gasoline stored by Mach Droll.in' financing the project just to show Smith to write a detailed account adopted In'this case.' :
Jennison was not engaged .in any a little house close to the railroad the it alive to the ,
government
to take a collection and raise was to Mrs. Edgar Lewis, former The matter of getting' sufficientquantities
.
I t t. the other $215. The preacher told occupation, the living upon a pension he tracks, the oil being In drums. Incase .Itu.tionl and with the hope the federal president of the State Federation of.., dirt (for the fill across

: -, of heavy debts on the churches J.hat drew from government of fire he thought these wouldbe authorities would take an In- Clubs at Fort Pierce' as to the the lake was referred to the street:
had to be paid.Chairman dangerous. He was of the opinion terest in the water in this section method of the'condllct' of the', hot committee. It: was announced that:
,1 Bass inquired there should be some other way to S. L. Lupfer stated that: with the lunch system in Kissimmee.:. .Mrs. the remainder'" of the material .for
did not all concentrate on one church : G.L MCLEAN RESIGNS handle this gasoline in storage.: bulkhead there would be a commercial Lewis is anxious' to know the-finan- the lighting of the .white way 'on,

and not have so many. He was answered The building committee asked for and a pleasure dock and betweenthe cial side of the project Miss Thomas Broadway had been shipped ,January
to the effect that: the negroes further time to make Its complete two there would be 800 or more states, and whether it-pays for itself 27 but there -was no .telling, when',ft
i' 'followed the white folks in church LIGHT COLLECTOR CITY report on the Standard Oil tanks feet of anchorage and wharfage. something; about' the type of foodserved would, arrive. ; -- x
here and also to into the
i matters, that the white folk were J go deeper (Continued on Pap Yourp and the prices asked for each. Councilman Breaker asked.'thecity. ,
matter of the Mach Brothers stored
the best examples. --r In fact' any',information In'\connec. council to approve'a plat of, ground
, Aid For Negroes.It Somewhat of a surprise was gasoline. The request, was granted tion with the matter. ; on\ Clyde avenue and Sumner street ,.
that the board would sprung upon the city council at its / GAZETTE NEWS STORY: Miss Thomas visited the Kissimmee to be cut up into lots. The 'plat:,bad ,'..u
: was agreed when Clerk INCOME TAX DEPUTY WILL .
meeting Tuesday night lunch, room'when she was in already, been filed with,the clerk of
\ of supply the school$215 for year the and) seventh' the 'Degroe.I.J month. Gilbert read the, resignation of C. L. BE ON ,DUTY HERE. FROM Kisiimmee and was a 'guest"of Miss the,, circuit court. His\ .requesf was
.; McLean water and light collector ofKissimmee Smith. ,
: f collect a similar amount: for the FEBY. 23 TO %1.INCLUSIVE Mos'scHoOLBoARo granted. '
: which becomes effective received
A '"*eighth'"'month, and to turn in the Mrs. W. .J. Fripp':; has a Marshal Tison was congratulated1.
7 4 funds to the county board.. March-1 next. intimation Announcement Is made from the : f I letter from R. M. Evans, of the Gad- upon his report of?work on bridges;,,?
There was no that Mr. Advertising In the Kissimme.'V.1. eden County High Schools Quincy; street and conditions
repairs
Chairman Bass thought some of office of the United' States Internal i gsner--
the children af the Osceola High McLean contemplated retiringfrom Revenue collector at Jacksonville of ley Gazette I* at all times an excellent Fhu In connection with,1 the same ally. He stated bo,would gate make- -
his office, which he has filled with medium to- results and matter. Mr. Evans states his' school with .-
I' Yte
School running at large the : -secure a. trip to .the cemetery *
itineraries of
were on the collectorswho
: *''principal thoroughfares too' much. efficiency since his return from the to participate deputy in the,current 1 this i is augmented by its ,news columns. authorities are arranging to begin to'cleaning further if,It.was nec.
are '
world war. But: members of the ';
hot lunches
serving to' the schoolchildren
!\.' He related an instance of two 'boys Income in the of '
;; tax drive district
council and citizens agreed with him Chief: '
depart.
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another down He [Recently the county school board and the ladies who have the Lupfer of 'the Are .*,
chasing Broadway. Florida from until its conclusion.
when it became known that he had. J now in The: seventhgrade work in hand 'have asked 'him to
Intercepted the two and asked them March 15 next.James was a quandry ;, meat told of the bad working eondf-r?
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secureda more lucrative position.Mr. . had become overcrowded and write Mrs. to send cards. Councilman w
what they meant: ,by such ,conduct M. Cathcart Internal Revenue Frlpp menu tion 'of the pumpand
u ;and received the reply ,that they McLean is one of the leading COU.cto.a..lened Deputy had to be divided.. Thit was easy of Mr. Evana'add.. that 'he has kept Breaker was, of,the''.opinion something
young men -KJssiramee, with- an solution' but securing an., instructorwas with.thework'belnQ done,by tb.Motbera'.Teachen 'the
be in
Fen out of school and would do as abundance of and capabili Collector R. Good on'' to Kissimmeeand up should done matter. t
energy : the stumbling blocks\ ,, Club by reading iFinaneial .report was road by
The matter will betaken
r they pleased. ties. He Is commanded of the William he will be on duty at: the courthouse .
up with the: Instructors at the'aehooL here, from February"23 to 28, Superintendent: Yowell telegraphedand the: Kissimmee Valley Gazette and Clerk Gilbert; also-recommendation*nof +r
T. Makinson Post No. 10, American '
wrote letters to various parts of says 'Kissimmee .is indeed fortunateto .the Southeastern Underwriters oatsfire'
S and will be available to all
;c For the past month the receipts of Legion and it is through his who desire Information In, makingout persons the state,,trying .to secure a teacher. have such an' organization working fighting facilities,, and at ,leaatithree
; efforts that organization is increasing .
,
the schools from' the 'general' fundwas c, their statements. All declined' with thanks and polite for the welfare of the 'whole regular' firemen employed tar,
: \ member. '
In hip. '
regret *. community. Mr. Evens'says be is addition to the regular volunteer
disbursements from ,
$31,225.53 "
? has not selected
The council : yet a
The Gazette carried story about delighted with sometimes
a t force. ,
the general fund' $24,221.04. successor, to, :Mr. ?f Lean., MRS. FULLER U SPEAKS HERE ths 'difficulty ,of the school. authorities hasf spells of I'homesickness. for, Kissimmee. ,
; t' General School Assets; '
TONIGHT. here andka response was' received ,SOCIAL EVENTS .SCHEDULED
?lAssets under the general school: NEW WAR RISK INSURANCE right: from this i city.; ,A winter .

......fund. $6,695.76;; cash In depositories, LAW RECEIVED HERE BY Mrs. J. T. Fuller of Orlando, one resident, E. J. Erickson read of theembarroa.lnc REDUCED RAILROAD FARES' FOR TODAY..,
'l'* uncollected taxes. Including the cur situation of the ,school : 'b
f of Florida's brightest club women TO. SUBTROPICAL FAIR The' ; ;
'. .rent: .year, $33,387,44. ; AMERICAN LEGION POST and most: interesting speakers, will board and offered his services. He -. 1 Mothers Club win bold an In"teresting
Special school .district. tax, balanceIn make an address at the Baptist first. called at the Gazette office and The U. S. Railroad Administration meeting at": the Start ''Memorial
cash in depositesv* on,account of I William... T. ,Makinson. Post No. 10 church this evening In the interest: of was advised as to the best method has announced a special reduced rate i building this afternoon., .x' :

current: expense 'taxes $1,489.72; nn American Legion,' did not hold its the Anti-Saloon' League's proposed to pursue; in the matter. Next: hewent to-,and from the' Sub-Tropical MidWinter .1I4'n..G'.W.PeI.'entertainln&- ; ,' ..

'.assessment, regularr Thursday night meeting owing drive Mrs. Fuller will devote her to see Principal Filler and Fair at. Orlando Via. Feb. the team Missionary ,'
; to city hall being occupied: last talk to thl women's activities of the Superintendent YowelL 10-13 operative at" all.Florida. stations. Society of the'Methodist church this ;<*, ..,
{ .current" 175224. Total the United State engineer I Mr.. Erickson stated he ---1
.the -year. night by army driven She will be introduced by was a '
afternoon her home in North Kiisimmee.
I at -
available $43,326.16. at hearing prospective graduate of the New' Berlin Illinois Fare'one and one-half first class :. .
assets a upon Rev. O.j B. J falls: ,; pastor of the I ? : .
Liabilities under the general school: improvements. to waterways in this 'I church. High School.as well as, having a diploma one way .fare, children over 5 yearsto _' 9 ? .

jl" fund. Outstanding warrants; $195. vicinity.The, Everyone is urged to attend this from a business educational 12 years, half-rate, and children Mrs. S. IL Bullock and Mrs. Meiklejon ,.
s ',.'4. )Money due on liabilities. Incurred 09 post: Is in receipt of provisionsof I meeting. Institution. under five years, free.' entertaining with boatride -'; '
'4: contracts completed or. incomplete the amendment to the war risk His services' were accepted and he Ask'-ticket agents for further Jn- are a : '

. notes,* $12.600. Other, liabilities of i insurance act of congress of vast Interest DINNER GUESTS 'OF, MR. has been provided with a ,temporary fonnation. fTHECHAMPION desiring and pleasure to visit party Paradise tonight.Island Anyone r j..
(; 'every,kind not: otherwise enumerated to ,soldiers and their beneficiaries certificate and will take the school .
I t" ; ; ; $4,737.41._ Special tax district, and C. L. McLean, post commander I AND MRS...!. E.LUPFERMr. :, examination in AprIL' He is seriously FISHERMAN. may: do so' o'clock If they reach boats the city dock,
before 8' The
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.warrants outstanding. Other -+.t Little
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annoenceathat.the.Leqionis considering becoming a permanent Joseph' Klthleytenyearoldson [ '
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,I 'U.btlttte.$1.1.80.,Total $17.641.21. at: all times -at the .disposal of ',: and Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer had : resident of Kissimmee. of Mr,' and ben: Sam N. Kithley: the will j be.pleasant even out '
.weatherman should smile
.1/f Value of ,school: property general service men in this connection and he 'for their dinner guests Wednesday, Mr., Ericka"ba a young'man,, re. of Lewisburg, Ohio, who are spending -' not :a, *
the This event Is benefit '
,,:\\0'; : rand; special tax district $96,248.83. bas all blanks required for thosewho' : Min! and Mrs J C. Blasingame of cently married residing with c his the winter months'in this city; I for.evening.the Rectory l : a and : ,
k desire 'copies of the new law Richmond (VaiilMrJ Blasingame, is wife on Main street: and gives the Is proving.blmaelf to'be a champion Invitedto "
't < .JH'yoo have anything to Mil. trade and will assist them in regard to M... Lnpfer's cousin and he..with Impression of being one of the livesptodate fisherman. Joseph ,was very mach the pnblio generally. .is' .be ', A

f'J"",.r exchange try.rsaiflsd *, .in. .our. .elas-. them.;, ,Further< that,tM,Legion1',will .' his wife, are touring-Florida in their son* of Americandtlxen-. slated.over; the fact,that: he caught present.Do' . t ,

,column render any ,other assistance possible ear. ,They,bare.been in Orlando for 1"1'. 15 .pounds of;bssB.-which was ,more not forget' tbe lp-,--.e ''VateyGasett '
where veterans, of the world war.are some time. sad were. hen. for the 0SabaerJbei / than any of the tnen '.on the''trip,

e" .Make the" visitors.welcomes. concerned. day. 1 : tor ta. V*lJey 'Ouoit&. caught .,\ -, i v, .j: ; office des flu. pia
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TWO \n THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE JRIDAT. FEBRUARY, /. 1929

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"'" THOR do working them or feeding them, *
RI WEAVER IS: The motion of Commissioner ,pver- .

Keep The System Clean ty street roads to carried.retain > II f1,

ASKED BY'CO..BOA'hDTO Want Look j


- :' : And You'll) Be Healthy RESIGN POSITION. asked Osceola W. B.the. County board jI


of $25 per I
ElimlaatloB h orold colds headache ant ,epidemics to purchase a
pli. Commissioner" 0* Not S.. Necessity:
useof the .
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Of De.oatratioa Atat Salary "
who has watched .sllpeUon that ...... court and 1I
,yon may
of Attorney Raised amount he better I
.Id.
ANYONE know*there&U notb.Tab It whoa you feel drowsy >f match. There's a way. J

to health. dlssy or bilious when you feel ati Crawford Wants Law of ad by Lake a similar and you won't have to' wonder how? f
ti .com/ort M regular 4aA1l..um.; r cold or a fever coming on, when Library: '.
.' ,loatlon.' Half of the minor W_'. ..there fa an epidemic, when you the same are the best in the market bar.

i *e of lif.an0 neglect of..... have eaten anything about which! At the regular monthly meeting:of A resolution in. } ) you 1/1'i/ want you '
position was
n The ive milUon men who were tai you are Ia doubt. It to at web the, board of c county commissioners
i know U. Importance tI iras that need to be free of ed to the effect lj ",tI
i\our army you Clerk J.' L. Overstreet was instructed, .
the doctor attached to this poisons and of fermenting foods. to notify Dr.R. Thor Weaver, county would supply $ _
fuactkm.By 4 You oaa buy Dr. Caldwell. Syrup demonstration agent, that ha .!. ex.rt't.d prposa provided .,
counties did
r all to regulate. Pepsin, any drug store, Thou the ,
sash try by members of the board '
.d families have. .It nor .. will be sent the i
diet aDd
yourself intelligent .. his
r '......., but whoa these fall you atantlyla( thaemergencies. hones. against there are members resignation.of the It board appears who ers Ira of Wetherbee these two Told Us ,.

will need.......U... fM u neat cannot aaa the ben.ftta0 be derived
toatur.In iu action skill ,.. sly fa W Or. C.W.'i es on land in/ and l
as can to / by the continuance of such an office the limit for this year ,
make .It. In the opinion of many -"',$ "*'P.prfn4tMlwteeelUng. at the present time.. The motion half claiming
) thousands of food Americans' .HOB board LutoMot lit, she uwtiiL then asking for the resignation of Dr. developed that the trick. If you want first class "
a. on* .is Dr. CaW..'. Syrup bet"'ever 6 million soNbfjwor souIt -.h Weaver made before t the : call.
was
i Pepsin which .is a oombinaUoo of ,. many,t lta seed tu htntftt hew E. L. D. Commissioner and tion last July ve us a 'i t
$ simple iauaUve barb with pap.in| not jwt sued.k. U yea has" net sendi The office Overstreet.has been paying was carried. I. allow the ... 'iI I
acts promptly,front)?and without your MIM aiwl adjrtu fee a Jfar. trialhtftb the $150pe rmonth 1 year and it '
will with CoUuvJL' county contributing:_ $100 lo the state
griping and certainty co Dr. W a 511W r..'
j regulate any tendency to ooo .*"Uitftpn" St, XtemfccUo, JUnofe came here government from Dade$50.City Dr., Fla.weaver quested, reduction Other Day ;

Pat Johnston, who has been acting Road

DR. CALDWE'LL.SSYRUP as attorney for the board informedthe At the last ;.
Now isn't that
kinds of oil.
members he could not flU the to: purchase a .
duties of the office at a salary of approval of I oil in stock and have enough ,
: $260 per annum lie stated he woulddo farmer.. The
PEPSIN fIG for $000 a year. The board from C E. in Osceola county. We especial ):

granted the amount. machine and line. *
f, THE LAXATIVE Dr. J. D. Chunn of St.hCloud also intendent of
PERFECT was of the opinion that $250 per structed to see
year was too small, an amount for erence to the
county physician and had about decided The bond ,of
q ;. --- to retire from the office but ary public at Ready for You
ran do so at any hour of the day was prevailed upon to continue. proved by the

SPECTACULAR FLYING from tho fair grounds those skilled Bridge Project Pus. Clerk '! with the map of Florida in colors
aviators being prepared to keep from the f Arm of
t thrvo new passenger planes busy. Two bridge projects were paused. Nephews of is now waiting for you; come
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR Tho fair, in every department Is William II. Kcnipfer of Deer Park on cattle dip
now ready for presentation; in fact, and Pat Johnston of KUsimme ap- JU lS>, Jtshowedj _ __ __ _
exTitbU ..IaNm1t t>utldfnKS7;lnc1\i e TAMPA. .'.b. ..--The most spectaeular Ing those newly built, was practically eroot of a bridge across Jane Given fifty gallon st.e> .
airplane flying yet seen In I exhausted a month! before thu opening swamp, the latter agreeing to subscribe gallon f. o. b.
t the south.This date. Similar progress has $MO to the project. Upon less than
4 I. the promise of the directors been made In preparing for the revived motion of Commissioner John II. drums a charge Co.
of the South Florida Fair, to 1M't'ld Oasparilla Carnival which liaisdcn the board agreed to construct made, to be "
)\ in Tampa from February 16 to promises to he the most brilliant of a wooden bridge, the county lire returned, ,
i XI, Inclusive, with{ pow round-trip the series of festivals.PLEASANT . to pay the difference which may ('. .
passenger rated>i applying from all \Amount to 5000. W. H. *. .& '
point In Floridahooches east of the Ohatta- lv. II. Jones and asked out between his
river. To the flying stunts RECEPTIONAT the board to hu il.fPl'ared across a ida East Coast CORNER
will be addad automobile races byprofessionals ditch from the Dixie Highway, entering pairs will be
eight spectatular free Limit street in Pmedale. The cable.W. .
t acts and thirty or more shows, some HART MEMORIAL request was granted and a wooden I. Barber, -
of them European importations bridge structure will be put up at the report of
which will be furnished by the Johnny the earliest ponsible time. near 1919 which oooooooo

Jones exposition, the largest aggregation The Hart Memorial library andrt'.t Road Supervisor L. R. Farmer was the various i I
of the kind now on the selected to care for the county convicts tricts showing
room was formally opened. for
I at $50 per month simply as tion and road
road.Deairing the with reception Fridaynight
(r to present nothing but season a warden, but not to have anything to year 1919. It is
whir which was also a benefit for -... -- .
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that novel
and thrilling the Near last relief activities.Mrs. .
the fair directors have contracted for Commis-
City
H. C. Stanford assisted
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daily appearances of three of theworld's by Oi.it. sioners. Valuation Outside Y I Notice
Mrs. S. 11!. Bullock had arranged a
1 greatest flyers--Roger Williams ! No. 1. E. L. n. Overstreet None $ j7,061
of musical numbers ofreadings
formerly with the Canadian program No.2. E. Mach____--____$513.353 ln..S3:
flying corps, who. leads the world in which proved very entertaining No. 3. J. C. Partin________ 372.865 267.181

t inakjng changes from one plane to Walter Lee and his sister Miss No. 4. A. R. Bass__--____ 55S.S12 1.618,652
another while going at a speed of 70 No. 5. J. II. BaidenNone 1205,406
Zada both talented musicians
'. miles! an hour Ralph Johnson, who are

'f holds the world's record for looplngtheloop and every selection rendered from by Total u___________..$1.239,929 $3.689.703 :

v, and UeuU Gvorre llslde- them received hearty applause -.----------------------------------- for the
the audience. Mr. Lee and Miss Lee
man, a star performer of the American THURSDAY't l
played! duets on the mandolin -
t' a aviation section at Carlstromfield several!' .
Miss l rendered
and ee a BARTON
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rise;from Arcadia.Uw grounds The daring each: trio afternoon will piano solo and Mr. Lee sang a vocal ARE YOU to be held in ..

at S o'clock and entertain thecrowds solo accompanied! by Mia Lee. Mr. ..
with I.ee gave an .encore number and later (Written for last week.)
wing-walking,
dropping and acrobatic stunts parachuta -, n the evening sang again by re- Activities among: farmers and fruit must be
n r luest growers in this section announce the
with the chance from plane to plane,
executed by Williams, on one or Little Miss Eleanor Rosen who is coming of spring.
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more! days. In short Floridian who k delightful Impersonator, gave a Messrs. Tindall and Tyson are fer- Saturday, .
think they know something about number of readings which showed iliiing and cultivating their grove
R aviation are goingto ba presentedwith not alone her talent but her careful: Kirby Smith has recently treated It Hits Listless '
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'id spine-tickling: thrills that will raining along this line. his grove 'to fertilisation and cultivation. Firrt Taeir .
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At the program ,
last for tom time. Also those who '
wish. to indulge In airplane flights Mrs G,, W. Best 'county chairmanof A., J. Lane is preparing garden ,. I: ", .., .-
GERMS _
the dike for the Near East relief and, ready for spring planting. ". ;1, ""' .
-- which began February, 1, gave a Messrs. McDonald and Taylor are .' ,
comprehensive talkhe subject enlarging their turpentine business, ,
1 BETTER THANWHISKEY Vrpicting the needs of these starving putting on a large' force of laborers j Be Prepared -
people and enlisting the sympathy having their buildings repaired and j Up You' Bandy .;
of her hearers. banning to build another still at M.
t FOR The silver offering which was taken his place soon. I \

was a generous one sad began Mr. Kirby Johns of Tampa visitedhis If it is true
the drive. l aunt Mrs. M. P. Tindall. last ing your best-if \ Tax ; :--
c iCOLDSAND FLU The remainder of was week, returning home SortieTindall ways-tired" Collector
devoted 'to becoming acquaint with ernoon. His cousin Miss or enthusiasm- ''i

.._... hoe who -_'* strangers During accompanied him as far as careful of f!
his hour the library table was laid I Cissimme. It is 1
Hew Elixir.Colled Aspiron- with a lace cloth and centered witha Win. Roach of Tennessee, who that disease . .
a bowL Miss Elsie Norton. the winter in Florida threeroara .
ale'Medicated: With Latest: poach spent that you have
\ serving delicious; fruit punch and ago and intended coming again illnesses has i
Scientific Remedies Used dainty wafers, which: a bevy of I his winter has written his relative Everyone gets . .. ... ... . .

and Endorsed by European young girls Pisses Lillian Harris! at Barton Lake that he 'has been I,.. and when they
r4a i Schweikart, Gladys Griffin sick, and not ba able to no condition to & SON !{
J and American Army and Margaret Winn..passed to the mmke the trip to Florida aa ho had germs because ,

Surgeons to Cut Short a visitor planned and sends his kindest regards red corpuscles.
to att hia'f rienda and acquaintances elM of the yl!
.Cold and Prevent.Complications. her and in Kiasimnte
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I SUNDAY Pi JUSS1MMEE. save you i
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Orden for
a ,0" ." On Wednesday Jaa. 21. little KiM Too: simply g. New Batteries
Nellie Tindall celebrated her sixth chance when ''1//
Impends upon your pout of view birthday by inviting nor little friend down thousands ami electrical work a specialty in ;,.
Enrt'Dn1ggis\ TJ. S In BilL If are from New England
ye
the afternoon with herat
to com spend NoocI-bai1d .-., electric froze ;
vow will feel quit at homo at the your : etc. ::
: :atructed Refund Pricei pa"1)1'. Ingham. of : her home on. Lake Hart. AftarpreoenUng pleasant tonic. ,'.

,' i While You \Wait\Count 1Ceena. N. It, is, with hia wide rhetoric experience and having dot parados gifta.playing, they were from And influenza should ;",.a 1

,J vIf2e1iefDoeaNo\Oome easy manner, perfect called into the dining room to eat Mangan bocaaao
Ave.
Within Two Minutes. hia, profound hearer achoUrshlp, delightIng the birthday cabs which Nellie passed "_tee! its ;
her AU enjoyed .
around to goest will help bold \
The Baptists hare a splendid pal. the -occasion very mock and wish PVptoOtangan ftAAAAArfr 4fltita) .co(.) <>ty ,,
Delightful T* te.Immediate. pit that orator, fan ,of life .energy, and. Nellie many: happy returns.MKS. sty endorsed by '
eayindatwX.that keep tb.hodar - 4

"t ef,. Quick Warm-TJp ..during congregation the from' taking any nap*. BUUOOC ENTERTAINS ST.JOHN'S festive either liquid and easy or I M I .o..oo.. c'o 0.o..o.o. .

!ti. eeoaatioa ot' the" ta the GUILD. !difference' in
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'-4n g' ,sell to Asptromal,' the .twomiaoto stabs put yra work in common- The St John-GoOd met at the snare yet yet ,"
andthorttattvoty h's
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ity aortic They atickinr to
are
homo of Mrs. S. H. Bollock-wi Toeo- ..'
foataatood by the :tabm.t.ei..t .- their sky pilot. N. one blamsa this: Mangan *
week for the
thia
day of regular and be .
tee|..., approved and ... if want the acripbaroa name
_u....... ea-Yaroid by .the air*. ye* due b *inea sots ton. tho packagow--(
deeply, analysed, cUaaifted micro. '
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des
1" ... .a and .ta st This band of Lathes have ndertak
yroM ay coped, ia tint
painted res* gkwiAed. -
en to sstabtisls a Rectory hofldiac Doctor: -It is
the times
'eta ptoroaejoitk sa tea as
made absolat tw.will
4y nocoasary. and at this mooting Ole osoo diagnose yoor
aad'oftoMivo
sta :whtskoy, reek j
lyre eb attend. to needs at
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'and othor ooM aad ooagh. yoor tary reported tram hundred doDarafnnd hT teen eating
i, 7"hhaav.. over tried. the Presbyterian. T..m have the. had boon netted the food sale Patient .- t
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AU 'rg"' : stow ao. now sapped ripened experience of mastora ta Bible and ..u.erb. I is ran on the b 'lL1IJ, '1: },
with the wondorfot new olirir. o* all lace. and applied Christianity. At the done of tho an.rXn.. GazettesSubscribe # 1
Tew will also find notwholly 'it
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} wo are BaUock served afternoon ton to the
4. ewe bays to do.to cot tU off that sell
la Immune from the ru.wfreaks ........ for and
s to seep tatoi the nearest drat storo, who. bob an the ,K
halt op ewer coon
\" ( band the sleek a'doUar for a battle try. There are a few ''Gospel .Wagon _ ..
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'4 not Aapboaal and tell him to aervo Teotw..teaepee.n.ta
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with
freighted ignorant
peace
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r with fear t. < ;
aapoa
,. fob ., water U a glass. 115thyae distmrbor hewnajr tin aaad opon
.stele ta Teat haad, take the diak espies of 'which they know nothing. f "To See Better See ] | Meats
r f "'t at ooo awallow. sal oaJl,foe Tear money i The big idea seems to be to yell a
saUe. .
bask ta' two miaaMo if TOO oaaaot'fool ceo knua all ether WM' fool
i the UUterate, abstain from aeon, the
t'' TOO*tell fading away pee a dream .
p' within lbs. time tat .'\. IVot bo boaVral roxer,' and gosteral dscency. VetVsw
for att draggis** Lan yo* aodOCTKtiTOO. : dog euro mere Mlr'I7 Ln'hews a ay OPTOMETRIST EYESIGHT
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'.to ,try it. KTorj"homo than this loses. Bot theyaho
.&. .' "I -kl all meet the sam treatment.Besidoa .
"; CraoWte Northern CaBey ol Optka .- <
.. withhair
1 a 'yoor' oost or .eooga. to r*.I vrbisinfwb 302 \ \
tab the temafrin at lbs borOowifo *d the: : : Broadway
.. ,..... Mol tuitto, for' fewts of the. air boOd their eats. all WILL BEAT' ,
......... Ie the, the sated sal .... stt bo inatramental m aproadJag tan '
... y 4 tho ......t to take and the Toxaa cotUe tick t ShooM they.-alsentb .- THE: CENTRAL DRUG STORE: EVERY ; 1
't---agraabbs ...... and eou r atiMlit :l .* dipped. and right r3ret,

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-zy THE PSSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, W20 .n : :.;.. .\ ,;<.... : ; : ,;'.iTHRttR
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'" MALONEY-LUPFE *" .' .,.. .i- ..< 'Vw t*
: Nothing with our balance! : . !*
wrong ( ,,
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Chesterfield .J ** -'tot'| *- f *
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r HErightbalance FOR'BULKHEAn ...' .

f' or costly Turkish e'' : : i _.. ..
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and choice Domestic The Maloney and : 'j f n
Lupfer '
if . *. "V
'1\\' tobaccos; proper Inc., MI made an : : : .. .i'i.: . .:
bond in the matter'.of its roc.t.'v' . .
':. '" txmed by expertathat' -. ... for the building of 'the i rO. 1 I. .
, .-..: within.a part of the city I ; ,.. .. .' :.
why Chester : '.'. ,
1 the shore of Like Toho ( .'' *1tl
',\. fields"..tisfy!*, the amount of' 118,000.' 'll''!-c'" ,
the form of United -
t r.' ment bonds.The concern States i i ; w :

ly granted incorporation ; j: :\
the ttate. J);

A contract with the city ,
the deposit of $5,000 at I -,. ........ "
in three months, $5,000 .. :, "' ::1; ':.tf"l'', ,: ..(, J'"

months and $3,000 In nine 't,.. 'c-''..., ". "..J. f.' "...t i ': '" + .J '' ,,.J.
This contract is signed by kll : t p i?
city authorities the < : .
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1 1'of" the. individual' members of performance <: ;'.' ;

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panthas also been agreed ''

the city and the and simple; :in\ 4
that $ 658.50 be paid the '
I r r and Lupfer Company, Inc., t '. <'< '* 4t- ,
estimate of the city engineer ( in| .operation .
already done under the ,
4"

Ij I "" I contract.' The sum of $3,000 Is .- for less than '\ .

-j' CANADIAN MAN BUYS LAND IN concern as per contract, ,

HEAD JACKSONVILLEAUTO COUNTY AND 'IDAHOAN SELLERThe I thecating $6,000: United
ernment bonds as security

-following real estate transfers cuting a valid lien to the a
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CLUB TALKS ON ,have ben recorded in tbe office dredge which is to be

of the clerk of the circuit court: and on the machinery. to 9f

Parker W. Hall and Mildred Booth has f
HIGHWAYS IN STATECharles to Mrs. Nannia Smith of St. Cloud

for $700, lot. 9, 10(), 11 and 12, block ,MANY VISITORS ARE
-i"- +' -- 98-in! -St;Cloud - book-
H. Mann, banker, merchant ,- Ira C. Ford of Osceola county to now .
and president of the Jackson Luke T. Swaite of the same county, HART MEMORIAL
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ville Automobile Club, accompanied lots 61 and 62 of block "B" of C. W. .
by Judge J. M. Mier of Pablo Beach Since the Hart Memorial .
i I Doops sub-division of the Seminole
were in Kissimmee Monday and Land and Investment Company'ssubdivision. has been kept open daily as -
- Tuesday, guests at the Graystone center under the i in this dis
(oj hotel having arrived by auto froma Maude Alice Wagner
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H. M.< Breaker et al to James G.
tour along the east coast as far been a number of visitors
Johnson (southwest of the
A. as Miami. Mr. Mann is looking af- southwest quarter quarter of section 4, a register is kept of them. the right man
tre the interests of his mercantile one means of tourists fln<<
township 27 south 29 east 40
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range
establishment in Jacksonville and at here and also locating
acres mote or less.
the same time making close observations come from the same exclusive sell-
\ Esther O. Barclay to James Johnson -
of. the roads over which he country ,
north half of the northwest
traverses. quarter of the northwest quarter, There are many needs of .
Without being critical he is of the section 9, township 27 south range ary both large and. small,
that the highways along the should be every assistance
opinion 29 east, 20 acres more or lets.B. .
east coast as far south as Ftr Pierce .Drew Orlando, "M. M. Millerof the citizens: in support of
. J.c could be grealy improved. From Kissimmee and Ouida Malloy of which will be one of the _
r that point to Miami, he states, the features of Kissimmee not r'--
this county to Laura O'Bryan of Os-
roads south to Miami are all right ceola county the west half of the the home folks but out write or wire SI y
From the latter point he and Judge guests.Among.
southwest quarter of section 8,
i Mier came here by way of Okeecho- township 25 south, 30 east. those registered
range
difficulties Miss Carrie Rodden Des and .bank .4
bee and encountered some ,
J. L. Crawford, Osceola county, to
! until nearing Osceola county. .Iowa; Rev. and Mrs. F.
Nancy T. Whaley of Osceola county,
, He will make a journey to Fort ham, of Davenport, Iowa; :
lot 2, block 11, of the Florida Drain-
Myers and over to Tampa, thence Land Company's subdivisionNo. Lapham, Davenport, Iowa; .
1\ along a western route back to Jack- age. 1, 10 acres more or less. Also M. Snell, Binghamton, N.
r sonville. in the subdivision and Mrs. A. F. Holmes, ;
iot 3, block 11, same -
i MT. Mann stated that the roads less. J. J. Bolton, Philadelphia; .
10 more '
acres or
,k north of Jacksonville to the Duval Smith Pemory Ohio'; .
Agnes "H. Wilson of Osceola Coun- ( 1
county line and through Nassau ty to J. W. Parker of Ontario, Cana- hes, Harrisonville, Ohio; I
l, county are in good shape for travel da the southwest quarter of section Mrs. T. L. Hoffman Tractor
I counties Mich. and Mrs. Otis P.
but the south Georgia are 9, township 25 south, range 29 east. ; Mr.
I unusually slow in building good Also the southwest quarter of the and Arthur G. Newton
, from Savannah R. I. Mr. and Mrs. S.
roads. The route section ;
southeast of 16,
I Brunswick and Jacksonville has been quarter Fostoria Ohio; Mrs. M. E. '
r 25 29 east.
;' abandoned because of the bridge over township Clara H. Merwin range of Potlatch, Idaho Mansfield, Ohio; J. P. I '
I the Altamaha river in Georgia to James Burton of St. Cloud ville.. Tenn.- Mrs. Mary a
I , being out of commission. Autoists for, $450, lots 7 and 8, block 77, in Whiting! Iowa; Mr. and business."V .
I now come into Jacksonville by way the town of St. Cloud. Wall, :Sloan, Iowa; Mrs. iI
, I of Waycross and the Georgia highways Hughes, Fountain Inn S. ; .
I on that route are none too LUNCH ROOM ACTIVITIES. and Mrs. Bostwick, Buffalo N.; Y. .
I' good. Mrs. W: D. Blue, ; , .
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''.y"c Mr. Mann added that the Jacksonville On many days we have an attendance Allie M. and Madge'Brosius tf': .,./r).:> .' " oaf. 4'Jt1.I/i.,.! !;' ..
Ii' Automobile Club was responsible of two hundred. The cheerful! ville. W. Va.; Mr. and \ ; \ : ( :"o :! ',%<.'L/oI/: '''''' ''. ''. .'.

:'. ,. for travelers being able to come atmosphere, the courteous consideration I Allen Toronto, Canada) : ; \ ?, I : ': 1" \{) ,, aWSratSSdd'
;t. :' into Florida this season. The organization for each other the orderly manner ry Bardsley, Hartford, i : 'i"" '\'
,. stationed tlarEe auto of forming in. line, finding the lie May Cross Colquitt ; F again I' '
truck on the road between Jacksonville proper place, respecting, the rightsof Dick Makinson, Glenville,
( i( and Waycross which assisted each other all these are conducive County Md.; Col. George C.
i t the machines which experienced of strength, morally and physically 7th Massachusetts 9 Ad
trouble, and there were a number of while the hot lunch of well "K", now of Storm Lake, ;
I ) them needing aid. balanced food certainly allays ner- : Massachusetts Volunteers,
q vousness and stimulates health. and Mrs. Howard M- I
BOYS INDUSTRIAL HOME DRUM In these anxious days, in preval- N. H.; C. F. Crafts, ,I

AND BUGLE. CORPS TO APPEAR ency of influenza, measles, colds, Mrs. J. S, McCurdy and
4 etc., our lunch room director, Mrs. Hunger, Ft. Wsyne, Ind.;
The Drum and Bugle Corps from W. A. Steed, takes even extra pre- Mrs. J. H. Derbyshire, \ ... -r.. Ik .. 'J'.. ... F\i.\"
f the Georgia Industrial Home of Macon cautions against the spread of infec Mich., stopping at No. 3 .
Ga., will give a free concert in tion. All dishes are scalded, the silverware Mr. and Mrs D. B. .
i the school auditorium here Wednesday is plaved in a wire basket Junction, Mich., stopping O.O.OOOOOO'O.O OO "O Ot.
February, beginning at 7:30 and dropped into a large containerof Oak street; Mr. and Mrs. W
o'clock p. m. boiling water, where it remains bins Jackson, Mich.; Mr.'. : WfsT'RISSIMMlf'"flS"MAR : i
+ These boys are making a regular twenty minutes. Within the next James C. Bailey, Peru .
I yearly tour and render excellent few days the screening of windows McPherson, Rochester N. '
j selections which are always well re- will be adjusted. l.ton' : fr \
j '. ceived. As there will not be anycharge So .far the lunch room .is self-sup CITRUS FRUIT SEASON' ; '
f '
.' ft I'
of admission collection will last w.eek had to : "
;\ a porting but we NEARING CLOSE IN
i be taken up for the. .benefit of the buy cups and spoons which cost erect- : "SQltw t.r and Freshwater, ;

institution they represent. : $1.60. Now we are placing the The Kissimmee Citrus : ; : :
; screens, so every now and then there Association is practically FISH
SUFFERED TERRIBLY are extra expenses, with the rise of shipping oranges this "
,
prices. For instance, potatoes are cording to the statement : .
'. Columbus Ga.:-''I used to suffer terrf- $1.00 per peck. Most careful planning ; '
with gall-stone pain and cramp ati terday 'afternoon at the ; FreeDcllyeryu
( bly ; ::
is We giving
are.now ;
certain time until 11/ necessary. i house of that, organization, : '
used two of Dr. the children butter in their sandwiches 'ing but four more). carloads ; v : ,Phone_ I9O-J3r! :: '
I Pierce' splendid" every day. Of course you north. ft
' medicine, the> Fa- cannot expect a full meal for ten It was said that the IQ 'OO''tOUOOOU'.uoooo, r
vorit Prescription cents but you do a clean, wholesome 1i
, about thirty more cars of
food

M,,f' A W and.bottle**the. of I the took Pleasant'Flur two- Now amount and then of there's for ten a bit cents.of country to go to and various they points expect I .'....:O...'... ,.!....3.ti.;... ..1. .o.. .. ,
! < '
. ; ? cription' according cheer given the wtorkers in this through with the business '
bottle movement-.mow and then the helpIng w
to direction on March. Five
f season by
t and the 'PelleUVI band. One day Mr. Hankins
twenty-eight boxes of
took a* I needed dropped in just to see what we were w
ti have been.received from
Just
I. them. Tbe* medi-
11 J 'Itf twoonndul gave rely sod doing and incidentally tin box. dropped The other a dollar C. Whaley at : j R.igDI ' I
j M[ into our day brought in by water route. f
" my pain all disappeared. I never hesitate our dear Aunt Frank Mrs. Van Du- At Mach: Bros. Packing
in recommending Dr. Pierce'. remedies zero sent over to the lunch room Mach said there were f
, 'r' because I know they can be relied upon." three gallons of rich morning's milk more carloads of citrus fU ]
-MRS. EFFIE RAPE, 3007 Second Ave.
'f t for the cocoa that day. A few tourists shipped. Rains had . ...
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Heat Flashes, Dizziness have visited the room* said kindly the industry and it ia k

"HI, w Athens Ga.}...-"During middle life I was words and it seems also gave a firm -will close the > 1;
I I II .. in most miserable 'health. I wa so weak tinkling sound to the tin, box. We April 1. "
; that I could scarcely get around to do my also very much appreciate the help ... '.
,. housework. I also had beat flashes and fulness of tourists who have come A. BARCLAY ':*i .
J.
sissy spell with smothering and nervousness to By'tbe Mr. : "
.\", so.that I could not sleep at night. I help serve. way :
BY
Green painted for us a sign, charging OHIO
-; doctored for almost a year without any improvement
J and I was very discouraged when for material only, and Mr.-Wood- hd 'Investments si.
; a friend "IIted'tbat I try Dr. Pierce' all kindly nailed it We learn J, 'A. Barclay was 'given ; :
Favorite Prescription and see if that would .that' some of our oldest inhabitants surprise Tuesday evening
1 not relieve. me of my distress. The firstbottle are not yet aware of the location of number of his Iowa friends
of the 'Prescription' overcame the spend the and "
this busy little noon-time center. To evening
hemorrhage and nervousness and built me .
these suggest that follow the felicitations on his birthday -
up into a stronger and healthier condition we you !" ,
than for some time put. crowd on Church street, as the noon sary. The evening passed ,
"I also commenced to take Dr. Pierce'. hour approaches until you find the in reminscence and a .
:; Pleasant Pellet at the same>time to regulate sign. 'School Lunch Room." tion was served, having in '
V.r my stomach and bowel and I found-them CELESTE J. FRIPP. cold meats, sandwiches, ; for a Farm or 'GroVe: on or
to act ao splendidly that I have DOS only :
Mothers'-Teacherst and coffee.
iyen them to my husband and children, Pres. Club.P Timber Tracts, Cut Over
but to my neighbor a* well and the 'Pel S.-We are in need of .dishclouts ,
"' let*' have always given ,the utmost relief arid tea towels, (flour, sacks) NELSON REALTY CO. : see us

'J: stomach from constipation disorders. These sluggish. .-'Pellets'liver keep and Any donations gratefully accepted.. W. D.1BURDIAM '

in my borne all Abe time, ready for immediate COOKED SALE AT ROBERSON'S ; ,
' JI.. use, and really bdtov Jt COUld not The Nelson Realty t..
\ T keep'house without them."-MRS. BOXY PHARMACY.A sold the W. D. Burkham <&
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Co
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FITZPATRICK Dr.'Pieces'.11avorit.116 Mitchell Prescription/ I Ie a cooked food sale will be held at located at the corner of n: ;, ; ,

remedy that any ailinK woman can safely the Roberson Drug Store Saturday Aderhold streets to W. H. . ,,'\ ,:'. Goo.k", f' ,
I .tak-fbecause itb prepared from mote doe afternoon for the benefit of the'Missionary ter, a railroad man, '' <, '
r /not eonuin aloobol r narcotios..,. Iu *nSSSfiSrm1- .Society of 'the M>E.'Church. Ch&tt&DooprTeDD."< .*,***"...,., ; .' .;/ J.I
te ...' printed oa Mrs. / Z. Roberson. Ilk*. L. H. Ingram The purchaser has other i.'

io-daJr Sesd.clar I.lpaokagscltablet..' begs. G..W. Persona and' Mrs in-this ,vicinity and ,is \ KISSIMMff.LA, :

Addrer F v.:' lavalid.i"Sct 4li which McCranle. will be In charge, the ,intention of locating h .. \' .
M i....- HDrv'. ';' ( .. lures' its ,. ece.*.. ..h*> retire from. the.railroad' > < > wM w > :0
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FOUR. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, ItZO _

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The federal department "of Justice Iclpalities. Such ,if not the case la COMMERCIAL, MEN haul
tured the water was too low to
1 .' I1SSIHMEE VALLEY Kissimmee. '
GAZETTE
reduce the "
to .
declare its Inability
them. Settlers had left .section of .
TELL Announcements
recedes from However the COL BARDEN OF Political
high cost of living- and building committee
,
the because lack of water
a 1' ...i..... B..ry s1,... its ai .that the H. Itr:pc--_ v...." u.a.ti. I creaflng..1.We arc weir aware of the council and there is an opportunity -I' ,'t.
y .; ;NL.1....., r....,... for the citizen Continued 'One Belt SoU On Earth.
COMMISSIONER.
I" latter Act. What might help somewould to. go further Into from: ; an ): FOR COUNT:
1 W. 11: H..rae., r.s .discharge: a I.rre.army: the matter if they'desire. There were space, with three feet of water all Pat Johnston told of lands in I hereby announce myself a. candU
} I T.tka ;:,' (. Y.Ag.._' i.mMrtrlfab.erlStl. orVye eUss employee,.ID'} the depart a few "if" in the communicationsof around, and all owned, by the cfty.. which he was interested on the north date for the office of Count CommlMloner -
+ -. ... from District and -
aJ ment of justice and educe the1.axeaof the two fire chiefs and H is,right It was also pouted out to Col Bar- end' of Lake Kissimmee; .nd' the respectfully solicit the support of the
Mahal the people just that ,mite, at there some weight should I be placed. den that freight rates on the water eastern end of Lake Cypress where voter of that die tret In,, the June prl-
d One Cory : ..... ..._,uo least. Miami and DeLand are two other to Kissimmee and thence by rail to stock was raised. But there was no many<.
One Copy, Six: Month._..._.._ 1.00 J. H. WITHERBRH.:
cities pointed out by the chairman of other way to get truck out. He also had
below
One Copy, Three Month_._.... .10 points were far what .
Some of the heavyweights of, the the building committee as example.of they are from points along the waters interests in the island In Lake KU-I FOR .HE..J'IIjo+
_ All commanlcatlon..xcapt from our council other city official and,, members no danger from fireat these oil below this city. simmee.: He ..Id .the soil along the' I herebyannounoe for ,the office of
.,' authorise. the correspondent wrlUr. must be oil the board of trade must have tanks. These four cities maco foryears In fact,' \If the government, would Kissimmee river is as good. a* any Sheriff: of O.c.ola'County.. If elected
',t' I! i.Ject.d: matter will not be returned overeaten themselves at that' ten without an explosion and then improve the waterways in this portion in the world.Captain ; I, will do my duty. Ir, will appreciate
'
,..1... called (or. W . >- . cent luncheon they attended at :the along come one .or two that,woulddo of Florida the population of Clay Johnson told of. extreme your .upport. YOUNG TINDAL4
Ii' *' Children. lunch room. Some are reported more damage than .U ,the Big Kissimmee would &!'Ow.to 10.000 in floods when the river was seven
t (Lnt.r.d In the Poetofflee at KleelmBee. -
;' Florida a. pods 'natter.) to have suffered from acute Bertha's In Hunland two years and' continue to increase.. feet above the low stage. roR sHBRirr.t ',.
I 1', Indigestion. President Fox of the e i i. BareVsi Makes Trip. Mr., Lupfer advised CoL-: Barden of hereby announce myself a. a can
council Informed Mr*. Fripp, who J' the, bulkhead. contract and the.! commercial dldate for the office of Sheriff of <>e-
) I, , extended the invitation that members ST CLOUD At the conclusion of the hearing ,dock at which there would eeola. county, add respectfully solicit .
of the council never refused Col Barden announced he would be. three feet of water at extreme the* Nippon of the democratlo voter

,.; Rd anything free.Residents ... make a trip Friday downthe, waters low stage Also of the ,pleasure In the June Primary.H. IIMITH.' ...
I discussed in the launch of Captain dock with the "L"
:Mr*. Bert Durham, who ha been running at right
of Kisslmmee should spending the winter here with her I Mieklejon. Mr. Braxton went to St. angles. with. a three foot, depth of FOR SHERIFF.I .
read the "Important Notices" being parent, Mr.. and Mire. -Wm. Phlpps, Cloud, nine miles from Kissimmee, water ,between the twb anchorages, am1 a candidate for toe office of
distributed by the council left[ on Friday for Chicago '. to investigate reports that certain all three feet at extreme low water,. Sheriff: of Oeceola countr' and will
malor. and 00- --- drains in_ the _lake there overflowedand trfrin _800_ appreciate your Support In
and temporarybo.rd Miss Willie Riley arrived home over feet of wharfage the .democratic primary to beheld
? read them carefully. The city: official Thursday night for a visit with her at time. damaged the boat room and all belonging to :the; city. next June If elected ,i' promise to
.r iO yon and physicians of KUsimme parents, Mr. and Mra, W. W. Riley. houses and boats at that point. On the other' side of the lake were administer the dutlee of the office
and to do level beet
Mr. Kelley told Col. Barden of his Impartially my
gsTATE have started a campaign against the I Mrs. F. H. Siglow of Montclair, wharves a public'dock at EdgewateC to' make. the beet sheriff: .this county
PRE "flu" right at its inception here and N. J., and Mrs. Robert Montgomeryand company putting in a saw mill, about and docks.' on the islands, lake* and ha. ever had.
the help of the people is an absolute Mis Esther Houlinston of Wil- thirty miles down the streams from riven. L. R. FARMER
necessity Make sure the red flag loughby 0., are here for the winter here. The Florida Crate and Lumber Col. Barden was told of damages
marked"D.n.J'8r--"Flu" is not waving ana are staying with :Mrs. E. D. Co., he said, was cutting 15,000 by floods and of lands that could be FOR COUNTY COMMra5IONER.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1920 in your ome.I French. I feet of timber a day and could cut reclaimed, and Pat Johnston related W. Q. McClelland of Konanevllle.
r r.'_u Capt. C. P. Leavitt of Columbus 45,000 feet;depth but there was not about' 7.000.aere. of land:overflowed announces his "' rltrlto" CountyCoramlieloner

f The Tlmes-Union market basket I The HiII.borouZh county authorities 0., arrived last week to spend the I a sufficient this amount. of He water told to transport duringdthe rainy season by waters Mr. McClelland from'hue been a. resident No.. of S. ..
of
Y pa,. tells how to cook all the roast arrested four wire-tapper a few winter in our midst. tain Cap- from Lake Cypress. He said there Occeola County for the past twenty To
:lamb one wants; Bah week ago caught them right In the Hon. J. L. Overstreet and wifeand Johnson and Buckles bringing' was not sufficient drainage in that engaged In farming and cattle
y"r.re.
act, and put them under cash bondsof it up the river in barges, some of' section and a person could not afford and If elected, secures the
Mr*. Bass, of Kissimmee '
were them people of his district and county the
floating in 20 inches
1 Friday February 13, occurs this $6000 each The nimble-fingered St. Cloud Visitors on of water'j' to engage in trucking there. best eervloes at hie command..
( bond down their Frld.ll..t.Mr. He said a three foot depth The lower end of Lake Kissimmee
month and it is leap year. A great gentry grave pulled and Mrs. times ,
who is not cash and vamoosed. Now it is said would be sufficient water for lands also .uffered by overflows.Col NOTICE)
+ ,day for the girl superstitious 0., came in last Tuesday and are -
to the bonds are worthless, and the officials pleasantly located at the Seminole I haulding; purposes.Captain .Barden was assured of sufficient -
propose. l Meiklejon thought that Take notice that I will on the Ird
a
5 of that bailiwick are having a hotel.. tonage on the waters if the
Tuesday of. March, 1110, or
three foot as soon
t The Tampa Times is delivering great time playing that good old Mrs. Toole, of Murdock Neb., is depth would answer present proper depths were made by the gov- thereafter .. 1 may be heard apply
but
r'' papers-in Lakeland by airplane. came entitled "passing the buck." among the late arivals and 1 will purposes not for future navi ernment. for a. pardon of Ulne.fi Wallace who
j' gation. The speaker told of of Rprlnlf
yachts convicted murder at the
r' Kissimmee will be Verily for ways that are dark etc., was
Here is hoping spend the winter here.
he had seen on the Indian river What Term of the Osceola County Circuit
the Time itinerary. the wire-tapping fraternity is pecu- Mr. J. about that home fruit gar- In 1H17
? placed on W. Thompson of Kissim Court. Anyone dealrlnir may
,.: ---- liar... mee was a business caller in St. drawing''' three feet and if they could den? No farm place is too small to I then be heard on the merits of the
r ---- come here at all !seasons it wouldmake afford I :c I'OOlILf La'e, tree I application.
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4 r :Mrs. Leeds widow of the tin plate CloudonMonday: -;/-deTIghlfuPpTace for visitors.' !=: 1 -WM, -G HOpQE8r: -- _
w "magnet, married a Greek prince. It would appear from the com- Mrs. Maxwell of Michigan' whois Welcome the tourists. S-Zt Attorney for.. Petitioner.:
-Reckon she had to talk "turkey" plajnts made by citizens at the council spending the winter in Kissimmee, Daily Boat Runs.
{ :that boy this Leap Year andTJjyaltJr meeting that the electric light was the guest of her niece, Mrs. Mr. Rosen told of a dozenor more
3s "broke?" meters should not only be inspectedbut James Goff, Thursday.Mr. boats going along the waters daily
: a meter tester brought into ser Grantham of Kissimmee, wasa I and if there was sufficient water
: Saving revenue for the city is mOltcommend.ble. vice. It would save time and troublefor St. Cloud caller on Tuesday.The there would be a great many more. Low Priced GroceriesCut
Interest on the bulk- the consumer: and members of New England Society will Col. Barden was advised of the
; bead and street paving funds the council. There is also a possibi- meet in upper G. A R. hall Tuesday, large shipments of citrus fruits that
"
i amounted to a comfortable sum for lity of a mistake or two having been the 10th, at 2 p. m. once came into Kissimmee but partof
the month of January.The made in reading the meters or in Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Barber of that trade has now been diverted Price Quoted You This Week at Follow:

mathematics in figuring the bills. In Carolina Station were St. Cloud visitors by way of Okeechobee and truckedto
Income tax official will be any event the council made an equitable on Thursday last. that point. One trouble was in Gold Medal Flour 24 Ibs____ 2.10 Grits 6c lb., 10 Ibs.______. .65)
a , here February 23 to 28 'next. Those adjustment to the complainants. Mrs. Bert Durham returned on the river above Fort Bassenger Gold Medal Flour, 12 Ibs____ 1.10 Meal 6c lb., 10 Ibs..._______ .55
de.lrlnaInform.tlon can find him at Wednesday after spending ea> few where there were shoals. Shoals at Lady Clair self rising, 24-lbs 2.00 Navy Beans, 15c lb., 2 Ibs.__. .25
i the county court house ready to give days at Tampa. other points were also mentioned by Lady Clair self rising, 12-lbe 1.05 Limas, large, lb. _____nU .20
--bis-time-to- their needs Forty thousand farmers replyingto Mr and Mrs. R. .M._Johnson spent the speakers who said the least Airy Fairy 24-lbs Pillsbury 2.10 Baby Limas, 18c Ib, 2 Ibs___. .35
I I questionnaires of the the week-end at Miami. water-over them was two feet. Cbl.' Corn, No. 2,kiln dried 100-lbi 400 Cow peas, lb, lie., 3 lbs__ __ .dO
An alligator eight feet long was declare conditions they have government'to confront Mrs. C. K. Hendrix left Thursday Barden asked how much above ordi-j Oats, No. 2, clipped________ 3.85 Snow White Lard, No. 2____ .70
t ; captured on the premises of John D. are the profits of the middleman for a few days visit at Tampa and nary low water was the present Shorts 100 Ibs. __uuu____ 350 Snow White Lard, No. 6__._ 1.35
I Rockfeller at Ormand Beach. Anything and lack of agencies of St. Petersburg. stage and was informed abqut) one Butter fat, 100 Ibs. ____uu 4.15 Snow White Lard, No. 8..__ 2.68
t that comes within reach of contact between the proper farmer and ultimate Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harris Mrs. foot above ordinary low water and I Little Gem Scratch Feed___. 4.50 Pure Leaf Lard ______'-u_ .32
,John leaves all hope behind. consumer. The governmenthas James Rowland Mr. and Mrs Frank 30 inches above extreme low. Also Potatoes, peck __.u_______ .85 Alaga, one gallon ____oooou 1.50
known this all along. The same Miller and Mr. Fred Riley motoredto that the stage at different portionsof Sweet Potatoes, peck u__.__ .60 Karo, 1% pound can________ .20
1 Better get a new fire pump if it as the federal authorities are aware Orlando on Thursday. the waterways was not the same Cabbage pound ______uu .07 Karo No. 6 can u____-_____. .60
I. a doubtful quantity. It it fails to of profiteering generally. But the Dr. Parker of Plant City was in at different times, that is it may be No. 2H Yellow Peaches __u .49 Worcester Sauce bottle ____ .35
act at some time when fire threatensthe government does not move muscle. our city Thursday. higher in the upper river and lowerin No. 1 Yellow Cling ________ .29 French Mustand, bottle ___' .- .15
a
city we will need more than the The eve of a national election is here the lower river according to the No. 1 Pears, can --______-- .25 Starch Argo _________u._ .10
t "'. St. Cloud fire department to help and neither party dares move a BIRTH OF A RACE AT CASINOIS rains. Some times the water backedin No.1 Apricots, can _._uu .35 Pet Milk, small _________u_ .08 ,.
out. hand. from Lake Cypress, causing No. 2 Corn, can ._--________ .20 Pet Milk large ___________- .17
RECEIVED WITH ACCLAIM floods. No. 2 Peas, best can u_____ .25 Van Camps Milk, ________u .17
/ It was a complimentary expression Former Fish Industry.Mr. No. 2 Tomatoes can uu .15 Carnation Milk __________ .17
+ Extended! Marshal Tison by the ,The Clearwater Sun says its boardof Again the people of Kissimmeeare Seeded Raisins, pound ____u .25 Best Bacon, pound___-______ .30
council for his efficient work on trade rooms are becoming more offered an attraction at the Ca Rosen told of the former fish Currants one pound _____u .35 Best Salmon ._ __________ .35
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roads streets bridges and other ut- and more popular. From forty to sino theater, which has been received Industry here when Kissimmee was Arbuckle. Coffee pound_____ .43 Pink Salmon _____n______ .25
i'it'cs' of the municipality and also sixty tourists can be found there be- with acclaim in the leading cities the headquarters fof shipping but White House Coffee pound __ .58 Tripe, can __-____________ .32
deserving tween 9 a. m, and 11 p. m. The throughout the country. It is the now other points had been established Senate Coffee pound _____u .58 Roast Beef 'can __________ .35
Gainesville Daily News wants to Birth of a Race which will be shown because of insufficient water. Birthday Coffee pound __u_ .35 Corn Beef can ____ ___ .35
The store building the corner of know why that city could not say Friday February 13. at 2 .nd" Fishing in Lake KUsimmee is not Gold Blend Coffee, pound' _u .35 Potted Meat _______ nU_____ .05
Broadway and Darlington avenue the same thing and answers its own o'clock p. m., and also twice that so good as formerly. A number of Cut Price Leader uuu .45 Vienna Sausage, 2 for-------25 u

should come down now that the question by declaring" "we have goneto night beginning at 7:15 and 9:15. years agov fish were brought from Oct. Soap, 8c, 6 bars_.-_.__. .50 Tomato Soup 13c, 2 for_ .25
.i'council has acted in the matter. It sleep again. The News hajt,com The Birth of a Race has gone over Okeechobee City but they are now. P. G. Soap 9c, 6 bars._,,._ .50 Vegetable Soup, 13c, 2 for.- -. .25 I
I ''J ill unsightly and has an element of pany in this somnambulistic feat. the large circuits and has been one taken to Moore Haven and Okeecho- Fels Naptha 9c, 6 ara..... .5(1( Oxtail Soup 13c 2 for..... .25 f.
{danger about it. The Kisslmmee board of trade has of the best box r office attraction., bee City. Fish from lakes near Lake Ivory Soap 9c, 6 ,bars....-... .50 Chicken Soup 13e 2 for.... ..25 .

7 4c the old Rip Van Winkle shoved off booked by the foremost show house. Wales were once hauled to the river Coal Oil, gallon ............. .22 Turtle Soup, 13c, 2 for..... .25 'j
Catskilfs.Atlast
t.J.h band stand will have a. spring In all sections of the United States. and brought here but now they are Catsup bottle _' .._?.,._.___. .15 Ritter' pork and Beans, 15c*, .
e
coat of paint a new roof and floor The. picture shows -the development shipped to :Moore Haven and sent via Crystal{ White Syrup 1H lt 2 for: _..._-.___...._._.._. .25
,, ing. Now members of the Kissimmee the seventh grade has been of the world in a series of unusual the A. C. L. R. R. In low water fish can __.:.___:.___..__.___. .20 Campbell's Pork and Beans
i ', Concert Band wearing No. 12 divided and a teacher secured. Alsoa episodes and is a film attrac- could not be brought here and were Crystal White Syrup, No. 6 15c, 2 for ___ ___ --25
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Trilby's can tread with safety on the building. The latter is now being tion of special interest and etcep- hauled elsewhere by truck. But it lb can ________________u .CO Picnic Ham, pound __-_-____-.i .28
plank. beneath their feet. nut into the best possible conditionfor tional dramatic power. Students will railroad.Mr.was a shorter. haul by water than by I Alaga Syrup, No. 2 can __u .30 Sliced Ham, pound un____ .45 T
the pupils but the necessity ofa find it an excellent means of supplimenttng I No. 1 Pineapple, can _______ .35
Alaga half gallon ______ _
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.75
St': school is and their studies of Boblicaland Gaines told of thousands u
; The Augustine Board of Trade new building more of L No. 2V4 Pineapple, can______ ..50n
.t, ;d has established an information bureau more apparent. There are now at modern histories Many Sunday acres of timber land that could be 1- Alaga Syrup ----- ----- .22 Macaroni, lOc or 3 for______ ..26
In. location in that least three of students in schools have attended this 'i- Rolled Oats 9c lb. 3 lbs._ .
'a prominent glasses presen developed if water shipment was .25 Spaghetti, lOc, or 3 for______ .25
2d ,c-eity with a secretary in charge. Can structures outside of the high school tion: in a body. provided. There were also fine citrus -
.".nv: citizen in Kissimmee find a building proper and more will follow The aim of the picture is to ,show lands that needed water facilities
t; board of trade sign outside any unless provision is made. There are the struggle and triumph" of-democracy for transportation. The country CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY '
building:: In. this city? also students taught in high'schools throughout the ages with pres- could and should be developed he
+ of other Florida cities which are ent conditions as the latest and most said. Mr. Kelley said his section of

f. .::e r won the world's lacking in Kissimmee. A bad situ- vivid phase. It .is divided into two the country was dependent upon an Phone 141 422 Broadway J.

./ ".wt'uUiDacbamplonahip. from Earl ation of affairs. distinct parts. The first half is his- adequate water supply. QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS' K
Chaddock Madison Square the orical: and dates back to the creation I N. C. Bryan spoke of the farming Oat of Town Orders Given Prompt Attention.
u. other night. '''There were a bunch of The grounds( about the courthouse of the world. The second half Interests and that when crops ma
other mat ,grapplers present to declare known generally throughout the Is a modern drama of great appeal. .
1 The of
the southern states court house spectacular romance is one
they can throw Joe. And a* a
public ,permits itself to be taken inby green, Is anything but that color. made.the most' elaborate. pictures ever u 1
.uch contest The grass has been neglected bare .
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the Rubbish is
spot offending eye. .
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x The'Tim.s-Vntoli'remarke' : "June seen scattered about and grass does MARGARET SLATTERY - --- ),

:.. 8 will be a red letter day to be look- grow in the buildinf the walks approaching COMES, TO KISSIMMEE ,
the There is also -
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candidate. in
ed forward to by all ,
Florida." Yea, it. is now encircled some pipe to be laid. It bas been Readers of the religious press are .
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by. a'halo through which there are in evidence above earth some time familiar with :Miss Slattery'* contri- I ,
come: candidates who cannot see they when its rightful pl.ce.ia beneaththe bution. Her books, "The Girl in her .
.\ colors confronting them. Chief soil. The custodian of the Teens" "The Girl and her Religion," If- '
.among whom is Catta. ground' might get busy and make "The Girl and the Community and .
the surroundings. somewhat more others, maybe. found in- some Kisslmmee -

./There 'ar: Sundays In February. lightly.. S homes. A rare and unusual ,
.' Some member of the oldest inhabitants privilege is it for Kisslmmee to bear r
,r association is; reported to Live Oak, Fla., I* true to her name. a speaker of such note and such power. ", '" t

have,remarked that this is, the first The board of trade there ,was engaged .' Miss SlatUry has recently returned I
,l, time such ha..hapP'8.ne4'' in ,""nigh H. Brockway as secretary and from the battle fields of Europe We haven't what
over,forty.years. There will not be he is doing thing right from the and will bring to us a message you want ;
'any excuse for not going to ',church jump.' ,:He I fa conducting a two c61- which no one could afford to miss. ,

4; at ,least one. time, during,this tnonth. umn special department in the Su- She is expected to arrive :Monday '
wannee Democrat of the' doing of afternoon and a meeting is arranged in our line we will take

Jack 'Johnson,' the negro ex-priss the chamber of commerce there. Added to take place :Monday night at 7:80 l I ,
fighter and outlaw now announces he to this he has revived the good In 'the Baptist church. A special.invitation .
.will come back to the United States road movement and delegation* -are has been extended to St. in
t 4 and give himself up to the federal going'to .Tallahassee. banquet is I Cloud to come over to this meeting pleasure getting it If pos-
C authorities 'if he is allowed' to give the next step to bring together people and we hope Kissimmee will pack \ ,
bond for a sufficient time to fight of the state, from Jacksonville to the house to heir the .message :this
with 'Jack Dempsey. Let him com the western boundary of the commonwealth I wonderful woman will speak to us. sible.
on if that is the only way he can be and most important he ,As is probably well known MissSlatteryeomndertheaus ;
'.brought to Justice. has addressed a communication to iaarof -,- .
the Woman's Club of Live Oak asking the Y. W. C. A., It is probable that ( \
+ I The overcrowded seventh grade' in the member to become boosters. Miss: Leitner will arrange with other
; z Hhe Kissimmee High School building Kiasimme Board of Trade where teachers, to have a meeting at the \

lias been divided and one half of the art school building :Monday s afternoonfor Central
scholars will end the school year in TOIL the girl. of ''teen! age to meet Drug Store f'
TANKS SAFE. Miss: -Slattery. ,
av.-- -' "Quality and Service" "

"be a new building in the city The building committee of the city CARSON FARMER ACCEPTS ,
"b,. next fall. But this matter know council report. that there is no danger POSITION OFFERED BY CITY ,. :,

with the school board to'stasM .some of an explosion of the oil tanks ..:... : .. .)

''fI 'thh K. A ? .: f. \;' ..01....... .Mrfiia case of fire and.i call atten- :Farmer announced this(afternoon -
Home Of
tion to the relief valves and the absence 'f
f Regret ls 'expressd at the v,resignation ,of of the tanks .ta that he had accepted the I ,r
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blow-ups AA
office
and of water and light collectorfor "The With ,' ,
of C. J* McLean water recent ft,e Phonograph foul" '
S light collector for the cityB.th.* It- is further argued that the ,fire the city of Kissimmee' to succeed ...
securing amore _of : C. L McLean, resig fed; 'l1i will be* r _
k, Is congratulated upon Jacksonville and Tampa .
.. chiefs re.sed themselves I. gin the-duties .
remunerative position ; rNif *x ; that no continue ,
t '.. young man' who ,would *, make a danger exists in their .el ties. But in :Mr- Farmer will his In- (;;}.,..
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i-: + ,, mistake to remain. In.a.city" ofo..at'only' the,cases of those two large'cities it, sursncebusinesq'the same as usualVisitine I .f!'. .'

a -medioer salary wher*-ther.* is' pointed out-by the fir*.chiefs that I .
,.r* much better opportunities,oth-.. breastwork ant concrete walls' Ca dapiiated by--tbii; Val! ... I' : ... .

: l ;::jtr walks, of Iif./ built around the tanks in their stun- ley'Gazette Job Department eat .... -

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.' 'j. iI".r THE KISSiKMCK VALLET GAZETTE...FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1WO '" nvc'

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Chairman Bass of the .county Casino .' HOME .1'1Wf.t-a.Ua.PROJECT '
school board and C. E. Yowell coun- Theatre .REPRESENTATIVE IN CITY 1 + e ?ti
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r''I ITEMS or'A WEED superintendent of .instruction;-I' '. , ,
I have returned from 'a tripto ,St. .Tea' -noun 'or"OooU HOTvmtis '3.: 'G.: Sharon,ft'id''representative,

:' I Cloud where they went .on>,'business Week of february.. 9, 19201 V. Treasury: ,Department. savings
: Charles 'Anderson made a trip last connected with school'matters. Ml.TtN.1D. i'''*' PHIGBT'' Till division! of the war loan organization CasInoThTeater '

'week. to Tampa and St. Petersburg.' I '''Read <
'..<, "'Mickey wU1 be seen at the Casino. Hit./ Nelson Realty Company., '. r' ,' the city' yesterday in behalf of the : ,
(?:Hm LOVE DOCTOR"Br p sT Buojrant. ''
\\1i,' Theater tonight '''Don't.mis it. Among those from out, of the.city .' Bubbllnir Musical Comcdr. movement establish, a, thrift club ,
New Goods arriving 1moat\' everydays who attended ,the meeting of' the Prices. too, .,*0. sl. o. and 't.e. In.every hO.. The plan of the campaign '
county commissioners Mondaywere plus war tax. v is to place the matter' beforethe
, at Stanford' No trouble to I '
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ahow goods. J. H, Smith of Nareoossoe; C. C. SCATS' ON BALE AT TRESS schools, a '-< . ; Reynolds,' county engineer, StCloud, .t TUBSDATAdolph of the house,.the mother and father Friday Feb.
; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hawley"have : and W..H. Ksmpfer .of Deer Parks 1 Zuker GRACIOUS presents ANNA.BEti.E.BUlr: Burk."ta jointly, through the 'press of the .
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returned Kissimmee after'visitof 'a 'OOODPr .
5 country and woman's organizations.
One heavy work horse and one II and Si CantsStar I .
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several days inJacksonville.Why
e' : Mr. Sharon has.secured the '''endorsement
fresh for sal*. J. W. Miller. 6-2t Com.dr. -
t '' not attend the :Y. P.. S. C. E. cow .' HER' '''8BAD." w mt the Christian church next Sun. Other'' victors here during the WVDHSCSDATPath . E. Yowell,' county superintendent of \
.' .,' day nin&,-at. 6Cn. week were ,F. T. Crafts, Mattapan.Mass. .-Special Fatur: schools L. H.' Gedge, cashier of,the '
1 and .Mr George 'H.'IBryant .)' Mrs. J. 8. McCurday and Mrs.J. Mutt *, Jeff In Bank of Osceola County and A, E. '. .... ...
Mr.:, .Ind. Mr. THH NOOZHJ WBBKLYV
M. BungerFt. Wayne ; .8..41
Bearden cashier of the State
hue: returned to Jacksonville after acttna' T h" RI'W"
Peru THUSMDAY.
and Mrs James C. Bailey Bank. ..- ,/ e :
a short visit to this city. lad- and I. C. McPheraons, Rochester Samuel Ooldwln. presents, Tom. 'Moors + : j. .
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Mr. and Mrs. W. C.. Robbins of # .
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J N. ,, THE CITY' or COMRADES." liltS. BARCLAY ENTERTAINS I i
Jackson, Mich., are guests here, adding 'Fine1'truck farm fronting, Dixie Rollln. Comedy .. .., .
W.' M. U. "
to the arrivals from the WoK. ighway, close to town. No trouble "THB. DIPPT' DENTIST" ,,'" ": '

verine state. M show :you. Nelson Realty Com- .rSUDAY The Woman's Missionary Union of ., 'f,. .fJ'' ,,
Vie have bargains, every day *.tStanford'a ' ' "THB BIRTH OF A RACE." Extraordinary the '. f.: .R' ...., ti,0' .
J.. 4 iy,, Pbotoplajr. Wonderful Power, First Baptist-church-held its reg I "
Cash Store. One part' of the seventh grade, rfuU- Impr...l...-Romantic. -, ul meeting at the home of"Mrs. J. \ "".'It. -"
Mr.and Mrs. D. B. Hatton of River which was overcrowded In the OsceolbWgh (See Herald) A., Barclay, Tuesday afternoon which -, t .. ', "'- '" I
Junction Mich.,. are winter -arrivals school building is now .ATPHDAY j was largely attended by the members \{. .". -.. ;r-.. ,, .1 "':

Oak, making street. headquarters '. .atnNd. 3 quartered in.' the WUlson frame Olive FOOTLIGHTS Thorn*. In1 AND SHADOWS.", of the organization well.Ours. and by vis' A MASTERPIECE', BIGGER III"COCEPTIOI. .. ''P;,: J I
building on Darlington avenue Th lUneBapti.ta a*
10th of Pearl White in
Epleode
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Once tried, always preferred. first floor has been temporarily "THE .BLACK SECRET." O. ,B. Falls led the meeting, 'THAN "ANT I OTHER PICTURE IN, ':TEAM, t i +1

Bakery Lunch 12 Broadway. equipped as a school room; Coming Friday. Feb.: -"10 and SI. having for its topic, Americanization A ,wonderful' human story 'of .democracy: "and' of' 1" otherhoodIt .'
and Cnristianizatlon.! ,
Yon are invited to attend the: ,For Sale or: Bent-Fine large seven .: "THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILtS.M Mrs. E. S. Hall Mrs. N. C. Bryan I, .goes back into'the. past.take up the 'PreaeJt*, ',and lift;; the, cur* ;
roomed house standing on ""
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Sunday school at at the 10 Christianchurch block On of the prettiest'< daces quarter T Mrs. C, H.< Grantham and Mrs. J. tarn on the futu... _, _. _.,_,_ .{_ -.' .i.aaw M&Ji a e.
I next Sunday o'clock. lien' meeting: at the Methodist Earle talks some for brotherb -' '' all i
r in town. Apply Valley Gacette., tf Lupfer gave on The struggle' Od. peace I aDd happiness through

a G.trip W.to. Persons Fort Meade has returned where he from has Mrs. Chas. F., Johnson, 'and little o'clock.Bungalow. These Sunday meetings'afternoon are Instructive 8:00 er features well of the prepared subject and Each the speaker talks- 't the agesIt appeals:; to'.'aU chutes.: .:;;It eulogize, the .working'( ;:man'

mercantile establishment daughter, Annie '.Pearl were called to ; ; vit gives due:gredit. to all races and reeds. -- \' ,
opened a ; and Interesting. Come join us. were interesting in, the extreme.-; :: : ;\ . :,4 1
:lie reports business very good there. Titusville the first part of the weekon Truck farm close In for rent. Nelson ,,A pleasant social-hour concludedthe ; ; LIKE A DREAM THE PAST RISES 'BEFORE!' ONE;,IN-THIS
See' Stanford. the old reliable shoe account..of the illness,, of Mrs. Realty Company. afternoon when the hostess served "
COLOSSAL IDEALIZED HISTORY OF .THE WORLD/ A '
Johnson's mother. Reports yesterday : : COST
for Shoes that sandwiches doughnuts and cof
man, wear.: the ,
O. C. has accepted local
Mrand:: Mrs. J. II, Derbyshire of I were,.to the 'effect, that,.ahe was agency Spence for the Mutual Life Ins. fee. MILLION. ''DOLLARS, OVER nv /YEARS IN, CONSTRUCTION. ;, .
Improving.The r.
Battle Creek Mich., are visiting in Co., and will move his family toKisaimm. .. : EMPLOYED: 10,000 PEOPLE:", "' "i p-- .
Kissimmee, stopping at 'No. 8 Oak 'I ; fourth meeting of the B. L. ... MRS. W. W. CARSON HOSTESS :
.street,' I I s. See the 3 -inch unbleached muslin .. TO BRIDGE CLUB. : J; . .. /
Mrs. H. C. Stanford had afternoon was spent playing amus- PRICES 5tf CENTS ,PLUS .WAR' TAX.
as a Delicious refreshmentsof at Stanford's, 25c yard. ., ,
week-end guest, 'Mrs. Jacobs, who.: ing games. :Mrs. W W. Carson'entertained i .,. .
resides-_ country-home _on_..the, served grapefruit the: next, cake meeting and "wlll'be punch -were held Mr.accompanied and Mrs John by'-th.ir-Pillsbury children Snyder -, the_ Bridge_club_.oL which she_JL a i .,. .o.o.OO.t..O.. ....... ,............. .. . .. ........ .
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lake. at Clara Tucker's.Mrs. and maids, are expected to arrive onFeb. member, with a very pretty party 1. ..
Fort. steam vulcanizing, see H. E. Fuller of Orlando will llth to 'spend the remaind of Wednesday afternoon' her home
Mach's, J. T. in North Kissimmee. ... ..
Phay at Garage. 8-4t-pd. lecture tonight at the Baptist church the winter at the Country club. Mr.
Four tables of players enjoyedthis
Ella and Pillsbury is a wealthy business nan i
Misses
Cynthia Lasley,
here Enforcement of lAw. Mrs.
on
event, Mrs. H. S. Geiger winning ,
have from Ohio of ,Indianapolis, lad. .
arrived Springfield, ; Fuller comes to Kissimunee under the club price and Mrs Roy WANTED..1
... and' are the guests of Mrs. S. J. Las- the auspices of the Woman's Department 40 acres cheap land, with grove Chalker the guest's prize. ,, r
ley, for an extended visit. of the Anti-Saloon League and other improvements $2500. Nelson At the conclusion of the games , ,
Chicken Dinner every Sunday 50c The public is invited and all seats Realty Company. the hostess served a delicious salad
r. Bakery Lunch 12 Broadway. *. are free. I Beginning Saturday, Feb. 14th course. You to know that the Palmer Bros are located at't the. 'Sbe roui .

Milton Skipper of Bartow one of For Sale or Rent-Fine large seven , afternoon teas for members of the The guests included the members '
the leading cattle raisers in the roomed house standing on I Country club and their friends will of the club Mrs Mauk and Miss Gilbert and Co., Garage.We .
state was a visitor in KissimmeeTue.bay ter block. One of the prettiest paces I be held .t the club house every Sat- Ball who are wintering here; Mrs.

en route, to his ranch near in town. Apply Valley Gazette tf urday afternoon. Mrs. R. WV Meik- Edgar- Olliver, of Savannah, Ga.,and '- -... -- .., .
Okeechobee.Get Captain and Mrs. C. C. Belmont of lejon will have charge of this fea-- Mrs. Roy Chalker of Lake City. specialize on all electrical, .work-alao .battery repairing..

l prices from Stanford and save San Diego, California, and Mrs. Carpenter ., and if it desired by the members
money. He se'ls for cash. of New York City,-mre guests' dancing will be Indulged in alan DR. E. G. FARMS DEAD.Dr. and recharging.Expert electrical service.: T Twelve years experience ,

Miss R. C. Harris of Toronto, Can. at the Graystone hotel Captain'Belmont added attraction. E. G. Farris of St. Cloud died batteries t' ''. d..v ''.fcfenerators"'. ada, who has' been the guest of her is proprietor of one of the We do section and tube work at rather suddenly early this morning on storage aD .
cousin Mrs. A. W. Johnston "Naid- large hotels In San Diego and with reasonable prices H. E. Phay atMach's aged about 75 :years. For some time
anad," North Kissimmee left for his wife and Mrs. Carpenter are. Garage. 8-4t-pd. has has been arduously engaged
her home Friday, making a tour of Florida. Leroy R. Campbell, county finance the practice of his profession which Let's Get; AcquaintedBring

Splendid modern home, owned by Ml: F.Kennedy, Jr., who came here examiner in the office of state comp- overtaxed his strength and combined
Tennessee Charleston troller Ernest Amos, was at the with advanced :years, resulted in his
man, good property, from S. C., as prescription '
cheap. Nelson Realty Company. clerk in the Central Drug Store, official Graystone business hotel conferring Tuesday with here several on- death. in the hardest job you have., W* like them good and hard t

Mr. and Mrs. Derbyshire of Bat yesterdayreturned home. Mr. Kennedy county officials. Mr. Campbell A want ad. in the Valley Gazette ..
.... tie who contracted a heavy cold several I 1
Creek Mich. are spending '"
was chief clerk of the state board of will rent
your spare rooms.
the winter in Kissimmee visited days ago and was apprehensive it
Tampa and-St. Petersburg last week. might develop into influenza and Cox health and during upon the the incumbency retirement of of Dr.Dr. _________u__ ..

Mrs. R. E. Steed of Marianne is thought home treatment would hasten -
; Cox, became connected with the ,
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. his recovery.F. state comptroller's office. He has
Arnold. Mrs. Steed has been ser- C. Bryan of Kissimmee, district been in the lower counties of the + Ww
iously ill and will remain here until deputy of the Knights of Pythias state and left Wednesday for Dade ,
she recuperates. has called a district meeting of that GRAYS ONE CASINO

Follow the crowd morning, noon organization, at Orlando February City.Pretty home with 660 feet fronting : _Q
and night, and you will land at the 17th. A big: time is in prospectas on nice brick road, 10 minutes FE' .B'
Bakery Lunch 12 Broadway Regular there will be in attendance the drive from town, large modem 7- '
dinner, 5c. supreme chancellor of the United room house three open fire places, U
The subjects of sermV>ns at! the States 'the grand chancellor and everything homelike and pleasant One Night: Monday 'i .
i, N' Christian church next Sunday are: grand prelate of Florida. splendid country home. Best of reasons ,1')'

fr, I 11:00 a. m., Opening the Books; 7:30 The folowlng tourists living at a .for selling, deal direct with owi I ,
l.ifl'il' p. "".. Voice of Today A welcome distance were visitors to Kissimmeethis nero 17 acres,, part good trucking
) for alLOn week: Mr, and Mrs. L. B. laad. 24 acres .bearing grove. Nelson ,l. : .
;I Tuesday Mrs. M. J. C. Neill of Shultx. St. Louis, Mo.;,;B.',A. Simon Realty Company MANUEL LEDERER'SSensational ,
Orlando Mr. and :Mrs. Frank W. and wife and F. Green and wife. Ma- C. N. Paver retired'merchant of ( .
. 'Chase and Mrs. Fannie Look of Oak Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cincinnati who for the past five ,' ,
Bluffs, Mass., visited Mr. and Mrs. Walton, Providence R. I.; Mrs. Mary years has been spending the c61d .
T O. P. Newton, at the Willson apart 1 Co ran and Miss Margaret Horan, season at his home on Mabbette Musical Comedy
ments. Vincennea. Ind. street, Monday afternoon suffered i

Steam vulcanizing of all kinds A new record vault has been installed an attack of acute Indigestion and _
.. for a time suffered a great deal from
promptly prices.Section in the room adjoining the office '
and tube work our specialty.H. of the clerk of the circuit courtin the effects of it and was in a stuporfor !I
E. Phay at Mach's garage. 8-4t-pd the court house, which is burglarand a day or two. Wednesday afternoon A Chorus that is 'noted,
upon the advice of his physician } '
fire The old vault '
Announcement Is made that the proof. was
Mr. Paver was moved to the The ,
Florida Automobile Convention at bricked up In the.circuit clerk's office
Orange General Hospital at Orlando .for its :
to
side and door made in the office ability
Ocala has been postponed until sometime a and reports from there Thursday afternoon f I ,
w: next April because of the bad of County Judge Murphy, forminganother were to the effect that his '
vault for the records of that
condition of the highways and condition was serious. .
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.bridges caused by the recent rains. official.\ '' '
For Sale or Rent-Fine large seven ': Sing and Dance
Mr. O. P. Newton naturalist, of
:. Ferris strain White Leg- roomed house standing on
i For Sale- quarter -
Providence, R. I., who is spendingthe
\ born hatching eggs and day old chlx.A. block. One of the prettiest placesin
winter in addressedthe
!" E. Thomas, Tel. 215-3 rings. 46-tf colored school Kissimmee in North Kissim town., Apply Valley Gazette. tf L : A Feast ofFun.

mee on Monday afternoon ..l.nuary26th.
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THE LOVE DOCTOR.AT CASINO
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on bird life. Mr. Newton madea .
: cipal Itadltfy, of the school, desires t Frivolity: and
the Gazette to thank him for bit The mystery comedy, The Love '. *: 'jO ,
kindly interest. Doctor with many 'popular' musical sLJFashion '
I hits will be the attraction at the:
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Travelers Kissimmee during
to "" the "

If an hour's readingmakes ache. the week east tell coast of flooded and autoists highways the having along uel February Grayetone Lederer'a 9 next.Casino musical It Monday is one comedies of,night Man-, D': '0:: C' t"1.: r'. .

If printed your matter eyes occasionally difficulties storms that, owing have prevailed to in heavy that of which the is an assurance that "it is one ; 'PEP" i is the watchword ,
best Attractions its kind
gets "misty." If section. Many machines were stuckon of \ .. f '., ... .. ..' !.
you are obliged to stop the roadsides and there were instances offered the theater going public. V l"\.v-...." _..** "*.. .....- ". ,-...- > -- "
The I
Love Doctorwill offer two u
; work periodically to rest where water ran over the
for few min. engines, completely putting them out and a half-hours of.the better grade '
r. your eyes a of catchy music comedy of the }hilarious 01;, "
utes., If you find it, of running' order.
order choristers of talent and ;. ,
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read or f-f.j
easier
to nearer Monday, February 9, the jury beauty and gowns' of the smartest i
than the
further away drawn for this term of the circuit modes,, with a theme that keeps yon
normal twelve or fourteen court, will be here. Thirty-six names guessing "
inches-then some-, have been drawn, eighteen of whom Those who have never been in love I sty
thing is wrong. will -be for grand pury services, to and those who have "loved and lost,":
If you cannot recogniZe be selected. It is expected the first as well .as those- who would know ,
people across the street week will be fairly well consumed by more about love-an evening 'con- '
If you have to make an the work of the grand jury and the sultation,with The Love Doctor will i ids: ', s 9rf'D yft YS35SINGERS

, effort to see clarly- following one taken up in the trill send the spectator home happy and
the for
knitting browns, of cases. So far the docket appears carefree.It .
example. If strong light
light. starts you 'right takes away
gives yon pain in the despair, shows many angles of life's
eyes or If you requiremore There are many union veterans of enjoyment clears the, brain .of business
than hitherto the civil in this ..
light war wintering section '
depression and /gets one away t '. ,) ,., "
who ,
-your eyes need- attention. among them W. R. 'Brown from himself or1' herself with the ) '
hail from Wisconsin. Comrade forms of entertain- DANCERS, ANP .COMEDIANS,45Moves
many enthralling
If you have any of these Brown announces the death of Comrade , ment.,'. : :
difficulties call and let Byron Pickering" who departedthis The costuming of this entracing
us find out definitely, life Jan. 11,, 1920.'at the homeof musical I"
comedy were especially designed !
lust what yourtrouble his daughter at-Spoor W4s. The for The Love Doctor's small- with.a Swiftness. that Chases the Blues .
I.. deceased was amember of the O. O. .
Howard ;Post No. 35, G. A. R, and army,of by beautiful*a noted and modist talented each choristers onea Pretty Girls,Good Dancing and Fun Galore: .

; W. L Sanderson Co. loved by all who knew him.Ser..nt revelation in. originality and' depicting ' -- -

J"r'- lac. A. F. Hoffman and wife;, the latest creation. of fash Prettiest Choristers Magnificently i I,Gowned ', ['
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recently of Chicago have become ion's ultra-modern art. ,. .
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*Opteeaetrict' ft Manfae.; Sergeant permanent Hoffmanwas/ Fort: musical numbers many among I Complete Production, electrical: Effects.. A Tonic.. In..Two. Acts. for Loved 'and Loveless! ',
twist Optktam the season's best "
mustered out of the service at sellers as well as, "
where he a theme of sparkling of the I '.
Bfa4way -.. Sill. Oklahoma was a comedy '
.r ;29 member of the traintn,. department better class. and an interesting narrative ' PricesiSO WSc. '$1.00. ;,'plus yvar'taz'; '

,, .rk. in the school of fire. -While in: the tha grips (lone.from start: ,tofinish. .. "d' { \ ,
1"t' army.tis wife.visited her mother at '. ,,' j &-> ; o w w v /, t. ,sfeerts now on Sale .t'Trtss'. .,'
MeLeaa and tract;1 of land. .
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-THE CISSIMMtEPALLET > 5DC : : ; : . q ,p H' rJ '' '

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( '. ; '" .,,'," : J. E. LUPFERRETURNS, DOME
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4 ; Weou;>'tN !" :hti. 4 .makealiit'*is. >)" e l FROM TRIP-TO FROZEN EAST Watcher in the Tree Top p I


; to ? : At the meeting of the Winchester 1 \

,.*'! O v. Arms representative of the statesof ;
"' You don't have to put a postage
-Cbestel f eld Florida, Georgia and Alabama at
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Atlanta last ,week, the dealers organized tamp on a dollar. bill to make it g-o
these
days.
M an 'association and amont' is, . '

1 ND why not? Never the of officers Fort elected, vice-president.was 'Mr. Franklin A man may shake hands with you ? ,JJ

: .,tobaccos Myers! and' at the same time, be plotting
"i, '. ". ,, were fine j. E. Lupfer Florida representative '
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skillfully blended ,, who returned home the first of your overthrow but If a dog wag J .
to the week stated that the' Winchester his tall in a friendly way you knowhe ... .
Chesterfields bring you Arms Company will engage in the Is on the level and you can trust ..
him. Query: Is the tail-shake of a .
the best of Turkish and manufacture of sharp edge tools as *
J' well and June all dealers dog: more reliable*''index of friendship i signIn '
as arms next The (attest electric
leaf blended than the handshake of ,
Domestic will a man?
.. be given a trip to the fac- .

1 to bring out .new delights tory of the concern will at New Haven, The barnyard hen is a noble bird. the. world advertises'WRIGLEYS
Conn., where they take a two "
y c of flavor. week's course in special branches. So sensible and "stiddy;
Some folks will .Admire the eagle
The company will maintain a string
of stores throughout the three states most, .
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But we'll]) Old Biddy.
stand by
r asstp 'for the sale of these special articles.
r The peacock struts, and the turkey,
There the
;. was a big banquet given too
representatives at the Piedmont at ,
And vain ere the silly geese; _
the conclusion of the business sessions
But the faithful hen
keeps laying
which, Mr. Lupfer declares. _
: one of the most enjoyable he ever eggsThat Times Square. New York
r 0 s 11t I attended. sells for seeThe six cents _apiece.. on

,' Going, D. C.from, Mr.Atlanta Lupfer to encounteredzero Washington owner of a large playhouse in City:. It Is 250 feet IonS 70 ,

weather with ice and sleet. He' Chicago has recently established a

-' V I found it no place for a Floridian and I II ladies his smoking theater.room He in connectionwith that feet high. Made UP of 17.286
I returning home stopped at Raleigh says large
numbers of hi* ..
'and visited his sister Miss Lucy lady patrons now electric lamps. ,.".
smoke and they demand that smoking -
Lupfer, a student at St. Marys
accommodations be
PARnES'AND KISSIMMEE FIRE\ DEPT HAD school at that place.CONGRESSMAN given them,
GIVE
STUDENTS I and he has acceded to the demand

FAIL IN SOME. STUDIES SAYS 11 RUNS DURING JANUARYSam SEARS MEETS at an outlayof ten thousand dollars. The fountains Play the '
The watcher is an incurable optimist,
PROF. FILLERS OF OSCEOLA H. L. Lupfer, chief of the Kis- HIS FRIENDS IN KISSIMMEENow but God have mercy upon the kiddies trade marK chances read

slmmee Fire Department, has submitted : that are the offspring of tobac-
11 Prof.. A. H. Fill: principal of to the city council the reportof that his son is on the road co-chewing fathers and cigarette- ing alternately WRIGLEVSSPEARMINT.

r the Oate la' High School desires to the operations of the fire department to recovery Congressman Joseph summonedhome W. smoking mothers t ., .
call the attention of'the 'parent of for the month. of January, Sears, who was hurriedly . .pI DOUBLEMINT.d
pupil to a habit that has been formed 1920. It shows that sixteen men or from Washington because of Some centuries ago a dangerous (
e among some of them which is less fought tbe following fires: the illness, has an opportunity of malady visited Europe at intervals
detrimental to their standing in'their Jan. 9, grass on Patrick street; again mingling with his home folks It caused widespread ..uft'erlne.Dd JUICY FRUIT and the

..- .-- ._ Janr.12,- W.- CU-.Hankinsauto;,Jan. and bold informal reception- dailyon deathandthe peoplebelieyeingthat .Jfr.
Prof. Fillers states that scholars 13, grass on lakeshore; Jan. IS, thoroughfares. it was caused by some malign influence "S&earrnebdO& r 'a -turn:--
1, have been forming parties during I Tucker Brick Company; Jan. 16, He has accomplished about all be named it influenza, which
the school week when they 'should be Tucker Brick Company; Jan. 16, can in river and harbor. improvements name It'wtDl retains' although'p p-" !
at home studying and as a result grass on Clay street; Jan. 18, store in his district* and Florida ular usage haw abreviated it to "flu.' I'vTffo': sign to seen nUhtfy by about
r some members of the high school of N. Rogero, Broadway. At this generally, getting action on his This brut' saying that the flu is popular :
classes have recorded from thirty to fire the services of the St. Cloud fire measures before the republicans put ; Sinful Cats, nol! It'. Just about 5001000 people from aU over tbe world.

fifty per cent failures. department was called; Jan. 22, J. their so-called economy plan in operation a. popular as Wiliam Honencollern I
+' He solicit the eo-o .ration of par M. Willson residence on Lake street; in,this regard. In Belgium, andfor a similar reason .
; ents in this matter in order that the Jan. 22, grass on Emmett street; Congressman Sears stated that republicans It's victims would rather see the
student will refrain Attorn giving January 23, grass in West Kjssim- had made the statement disease shortened instead of the
sl and attending such parties during mee and Jan. 26, fire at the fair that they would reach an adjourn- name. They would be willing for a Sealed Kept _
the school week. Students of bothexes grounds. ment of congress this session about name of seventeen syllables, all of JUICY FRUITIsr _
+ are included in the statementof June 6 and let members go home. hem accented: if it would only alleviate Tight : t.: M Right _
Gacette. At least that is their present plan. 1
Prof. Fillers. Subscribe for the Valley some of the agony that the
A( The senate is still 'inextricably in scourge causes. A7
the peace treaty and its .aecompanyng -
measures and when the upper NEAR EAST RELIEF DRIVE ,7. F
body will succeed in reaching an ORGANIZED. 6
3 GRAYSTONE: HOTEL agreement is a matter of conjecture.

House membep; however, hope Mrs. G. W. Best, who is county F tlp
.t hey will be allowed to go to their chairman for the Near East relief sea 1
homes even if the senate persists! in drive which began February !" is
-r." STEAM HEATED : RUNNING WATER Its debates and wrangles on the meeting with gratifying success in I
questions but the upper house solonr her organization of the forces of Osceola -
A HoBte-Like Hotel with republicans in the saddle, are county. This week ends what.

none too liberal, especially where the Is !known as Organization Week,
1. Fiskiaf aid Boatwf o. Lake ToBopekaliga.Prasapt wishes of the democrat are concern then will begin the efforts to secure Br *l\" l* ed. ubscriptions. .?, = *** .! "1

..' Efficient Service. s : : : Rate On AppEcatioaBENJ. At Kissimmee Mrs. W. J. Fripp '"
Justice David J. Brewer was oneed will be chairman of the woman

BAIRD, M.er..u asked bigamy: "What?" is the extreme penaltyfor work."of She Mm.has Best the who active this week cooperation addressed -- 00 .... . to. ........00 ..-...... . .. ........ to. o ..ooo

He smiled and answered: "Two / a meeting of the Christian

mothers-in-law." Endeavor society at the home of REAL DYEING and CLEANING

Mrs. A. M. Story. She will speak
to the young people of the Osceola
High School Monday morning and on QLD THINGS MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW

Friday will make a short address ala
Live Agents Wanted
special program being prepared by ;
tfIt high school puoils. Mrs.. Best
;' will also speak to the ladies of the MONTGOMERY FRENCH DRY

CARLOAD Baptist church at an early date.It .
is the intention of' those' in CLEANING CO. :
y : establish .
charge; of the drive to
headquarters in some building on The Largest and Best Cleaning Plant South lr
Broadway next week and ask for'Olunters t
\ to spend at least a half Montgomery, Alabama
pf t
r < day in charge to explain the drive
CIr >:Eu
and to accept subscrmtions. .o Oo ooo OOOOOOooooooo "ooooo'oo'ooooootooOoooooo

Mrs. Best and Mrs" Fripp visitedSt. ooooooooooo'oooooooooooo'o"'ooooo' t r

p IJ . r Cloud Wednesday.afternoon when
I hey: were guests of a meeting of the
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,; rr --a j CivIc Improvement Club of that city
11 I Mrs Best explained the need of the Steam Vulcanizing:
people in whose behalf she is labor- ,
b 3 I' :ng and by unanimous vote of the
r'' !I II It meeting, Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman was Hare Your Old Tire Made New by "
10 ippointed to the office of local chair
+ 1 1q man for the drive. Mrs. Zimmermar

rses' .. accepted and asked that the ladiet H. E. PHAY 1

d iresent pledge their co-operation ".'
a The response was gratifying, for individual At Mach' Garage
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a subscriptions and. pledget .it

literally Narcoossee deluged the Reginald chairman.At Radcliffe-. WE ALSO DO SECTION AND TUBE WORK

t /adman'has accepted the place of l :.

x t. chairman subscription and to Mrs.. Beet already sent a Oo..! e oote tO..I OOOo-_ !.!!!. o 0 t '_10.0.O_ . _' o uu U.! -!- It

Mrs. Best has named Miss Elsie
t
? .1- 1' f j Norton county treasurer and all SAIa: : Off':

.. \. '.r" t> funds may be paid .to her' il the
.n workers are not at hand.J .
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S. Cadel has accepted the chairmanship Surplus Government Goods t..
4' ; for the men's work. ,
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i'iuies PRIMARY FOR CITY OFFICESTO u. a Army Leather Rleevlrsi Jackets BRAND NEW__._____'IO.ell"i
aua U 8 Army Olive Drab Wool Blanket., weight 6 Ibs, slie 2x82.
.. f BE HELD SATURDAY .
I i MCIL6 Perfect. Clean and Sanitary. A. Qrade_____.-____n_________ rasa '
U. 8. Army Heaters. "RADIANT HOME! Hot blast., large she '
The city executive committee announces nlrkled trimmed, beautiful stove. Only slightly used Cost new j.r
in this issue of the Kissim 965. ; --__ _
u. a ARMY-HEATERS.: qB1 t'Nii kitrli ci.:1:
, mee Valley Gazette. the call for a In very good condition. Special price___.__-________#_______ 180M "
:: white primary election to be held in TJ. a Army Field Shoes. Good heavy Shoe for general weara.W; .. ,
the city of Kissimmee Saturday U. 8. Army Rubber Hip Boot., Brand New, Heavy Rubber, .I.e.
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{ / U. .a Army Rubber Artie and rubber; shoes Qood condition::- Leo !,
," The, offices *to be voted on, are u. a Army Canvas Lea-King. Extra strong. Good condition, pair..
clerk and tax collector treasurer U. a Army Canvas Haversack Heavy canvas" bagfor"
mayor hunting
;etc. --t--- : : _. :_. __ :. ,,
S. A.E' jut
two
candidates fore of ''-
FOR members
':) : U. a Army fold Medal 1<'oldlnro" ; vs.-Cot.__.._________---- ajwi .I
; I f the. city council for two years each U. a Army Cot Mattre, Cotton. Good condition__.._ -- -.6
and five members of the executive U. 8. Army Denim Trousers.TJ. Repaired. Oood condition.?' Palr_ '
8. Army Denim Coat Good serviceable condition'_ _
,.' l'- : committee for one 4 ja 1.1
,',1 .. ,.'.. ., All the legal requirements year. and details U.. a Army Wool Shirt. Seen service but good condition. Olive )
i t.f''' f d drab. A. grade .3oM each B. Grade.l.ne each C. Grade each sea )
l .are set forth in this announce U. a ARMYgood SUIT Complete with coat, breeches. legging ""1.J
ment of the ..11. which is today published condltlon.ev per suit. Breeches alone would "''p "k
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in the ;:
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'!( U. B ARMY WOOL OVERCOATS Velvet Collar. Seen light serv >
ice but In good condition Special this week_____ .._____ .._. ',"Ii;;.1
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: U. 8 Army drab wool mackinaw. Very desirable coat___._.__ ..30 "!I'J
U. a Army Sheep lined coat. BRAND NEW Will give ;! .
i ;i ;SIXTEEN ,HORSES add TEN MULES service -- -- --- ----- --------'----- good to e.0
: : U. 8 Army Raincoat: Used but; In ;good condition========= ajui S
: U. 8. Army Web Halters, made of Rood grade webbTnir .TS
k... . . . .. . U. a Army Regulation Comforts Olive drab. Oood sericeabla* "'},
condition.Renovated. Standard size and weight lea
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ARMY Regulation Breast Collar Harness StandaDoube;
wheel aet. *T....| Double lead eels, SftJM>. You take no
Also Home-Raised chance buying this.
Twenty. Florida Ponies SCRAP IRON U. a Army Leather Halters Good condition____ ___ ___ felt .]
TJ. a Army Tent Flier., 9x15 ft. Excellent condition\ ___ll___ I&n,, ,1:''
METALSROBBER U. B. Navy Hammock. Heavy canva.. Excellent
40 inches x 11 inches--------------___________condition__-_____-- ..... '\!
U 8. Army TENTS IblbIl ft. high I ft. wall. Free from '. '
i tears and hole. Guaranteed II.4 0" khaki 1
For Further Information See l I; BONES-- U. 8. Army Knives. soe dozen: U. a Army Fork.army. duck eoe dozen---'--- a-.ra' "
; 11, *.Army Galvanised water buckets, worth '3. O. special each;; .AS ,
'. ,,' , \.' ;.,., r, I i .." +l ..oq ,t") !lgia. 0 'SACKS AND RAGS U. 8. Army Wool. Underwear. Clan' and 8anlts.'rv- Will give *ao<1' ; ,
J q sizes
All .
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.. Writ U.''.for Price. List
f"' ' I : : I V 'y WR1TB FOR CATALOGUE-TERMS, Cash with Order. Referene4i: i'
: ; any bank In Or.nYIIle. Includet J> .tau...when
ordering t'
; : : >i .. .f W- '< lViI'LL.J "E.'R br C I..p.t... YQIjR MONEY UMcK ::- NOT 8ATISFIED.goods sent"'t '
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r: .t J.ICKBONVIL1FLA.". :i.membe.-The Enormous Buying ; the. aovernment"n.blta i "'.
a. to offer' such low
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( THE KKSIMHEE VALLEY GAZETTE, ,FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1MO 'j.. (.. SEVENmnTHHEAVYCOU ., .

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CHESTAQGGEDUL SOUTH-FLORIDAFAM-ftf: ..- ::. .L '7"...-. ......-, .-.-- __h. ." . .. .. -_ -,.. ...,.. 'n _. .......... ." ,....... ....,.tHiJ'I..........:.... .

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\ \Florida and have authority at the exposition,
; penile Carnival which will be heldat whom to apply for space and entries 1 1r ..,..
Tampa February 16 to 21, I il now for exhibit, Information about the H>c.i.
Don't] ;tin M a chaneei: to attracting the attention. of all Flortdian transportation of exhibit, design of ," DICKYT .
'"..1n"-uaelr..1Cha8'a and the-vast numberof tour. booths, decoration, signs, protection IiIJ. " ".. l..., ,
jets in the state.. It is an event-looked of the public exhibit care, of the I \(\ 1
.New Dlacorcry; forward to with unusual interest latter and'the'*ward7 M} \ #' I '1 ) S' "

and this year' promises to ezcell.all >4AU! kindsof, agrlculltural'exhibits:' ni''WV i\\ ,
other It if an educational Industrial will be on display as well as garden I f
HAT dangerous stage where a and agricultural: exposition products, fruits, apiary... livestock, ,
1 .. I T I cold or cough or case of grippe Those in charge have issued> -a wine boy' club department which -
be nearer might ret the better of you may handsome gooklet'containlnt; all the includes boy*'.y corn ]club?, boy ,pig
thaD. you think. Prompt information in to this event club club. .
action with Dr. KingMew' Discoveryp regard and boy calf !}
will avert a long slegei. and the premium. list ;y' In the: women' 'department the A
For ty :years ,It ha. loosened congested Popular rates will be in effect upon exhibit will include embroidery, crochet
chests.. dissipated tightpackedpblerm all lines of travel.from .all points work,.knitting in 'wooL tatting 1 fiA 1
"E J broken vlclou* colds and in Florida to Tampa and return. quilts; "fB. tapestries and door panels
cough., Give It to the 'youngatera- There will be established a freight: ; girls' work tinder 18 year of I .
take..able It :yonraelt aftet-.Recta.There will'be. no f'age

eoc., and a bottle At carlot shipments and the express or overt basketry, stenciling/1eather I .
aruggl.. live It a trialBowel :your, company ,will have a. direct;, delivery work, .china painting, professional I .t!,
to the fair ground There will also and amatner. .1"..
ay. be a bureau of information,in charge In the culinary department award CIGARETTE'"' ,,. .
., Become Normal.Uver of, coartecu end experienced employe will be given for biscuit a** rolls, '

liven up, bile flow where all 'question. will- be cake plea,,confections, canne poda., .... : .. : .,' ; t ..n ,.N1
keadache, blllowne treeli' answered. and no charges. preserves jellies, marmalade., canned "
e l'lUtthi ,
Mpmacb-eonrnetia, disappear,w Ladies fleet Roota. and radishes. 1 I \.t4.oJ 1
Kings New Life PillS get In .tbelinatural One of the feature will be a ladies Also for'' plan and flowers-.suchas -. f V, na t\' :" nY;Rv ,,a.elasW itY '
,' comfortable action. rest room eomplet. In every detail cut flower,, tree. and i4 fact i'' '
Pnrgatlvee. never pleasantly: eorroo! with i matrons, In I' t attendance. 'Ex plant 'of various varieties. ', \ ,. GET arpackagetoday.\ : << : No .' ;., , l'd'I'
1 'Mth. oometlmee babft-formlnj) should work'In r '
perienced parties will be in chargeof Art exhibit include 'oil. = I
pot bo taken,to rack: the system vio the' check room and normal andcultomal'7. water color,' charcoal or crayon and .v' e,9iv flavor the,wholesome jI "
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lently.} Is the oft Dr. :
way way: . ; "
fees will be charged for Juvenile work. There ''will also be \ ; .Ia
Kin/ '"New ; i
'a, Life PtlI.IceDU7' bat "' taste of Kentucky Burley .tl
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flrmly,i functioning the bowela, ollmlnatlng checking package, 'wrapsr'' etc exhibits T of the) work elf school children I ; '
the Telegraph companies wi4 be located the home'demonstration! department I I ".'.', I .'.
gg1ngw.steand tobacco, ((. .
tbs most reonlta fa 'the administration in which I ; f . : ;
; promoting gratifying bufdtng# there will be club I ..., .. ...
Cloaftoeilbe ayatem with them and and will be open at all hour women' exhibit girls' .exhibits and I. : '. t .-- .
know the boon of regular I bowls.A ilk The gate will be open to "visitors dairy products". Girls and boy poultry ,/ ; "
: I Why do so "regular ,
ataUt1n tIU. I I J many ,
a each day from 9 a. m. to 11 p. m* dub; and women's' ,.circles ofFlorida *
- . but no one will be allowed on 'the ; wtth Minnie 1C Floyd: of ij',4 '$ men" bjiy' Lucky' Strike
ground after midnight, other,'than Tallahassee director in .charge. '.
O. .. KRl 4 .!B8 W. J. STEED A. AKXKMAN. those holding proper .cr dent1ali. No I Rabbit anat guineas will ,alse come t" \ cigarettes. They buy them r ; P
pass check will be issued. to .any] in for a'share of prizes and last but {
UUKKS} AKERMAN AND STEEDAteoeaq.s.4C..elen.eamw. person. - '- not least by any mean, dog of i _''\ "\, for the special 'flavor of the..
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; The- booklt-.t U.--of- -thosewho racticall7--alLbree' ... -.'Ir .. '
50" '.....-.... n...... .. : t "' toasted--Biirley tobacco;; + -

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C.mrtm, Federal' and State A KISSIMMEEMAN'S "
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I , There the, big reason-:it's ., s.
W. B. CRAWFORD Health Officials tosiid
I --ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW EXPERIENCECan toasted, and real Burley. Make

f Offices': 8, 4, 5, 6. and 7 CitlrensBank War on Mosquito q \. Lucky Stnke. your, cigarette., .

: Building you'' doubt the evidence of this .
Jacksonville, Jan 28--Within the Kissimmee citiaenT '> .
Kiacixnmoe, : : t t Florida next few week the State Board of You can verify: Kissimmee 'en- \; .:t ouanu.teed'" I :.tt) "n.. h.".).!9! .,#.;t'a
t 1 Health will inaugurate a program of dorsement. :. .
! anti-mosquito work aimed at the extermination Read this ,<\ .1 .t t.- I
DL R. J. DENNING : , J r I ,.
of the two varieties of e
W. A. Joiner enpt. Electric Light VD .... .
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DENTIST. mosquitoes that carry malaria and Co., 201 S. Orlando Ave., Kisaimmee, , ," r. ;; ." ............, .. . .. '"''"
to Dr. W. W. Canon. fever infections. ......
Buceeuor
yellow : "I doa deal of t .
Over the Poitoffio Dr. H. I. Carter, assistant surgeon saysL and this_weakened great -mylcldneys stooping .;,' <'iI 1 - h.: 1".r: ; -'I't"7'. ..:.. '

rna HOURS: to 11:1.: 1:10 to s. general of the United States Public and brought on kidney trouble. At ''fr4't\: < '-* /I. : -1
Offer Health. Service and one of the best time my back was very painful and ;' : <. -. -
I f PfcM 158.. known malaria and yellow fever experts when 'I went to get' ,out of a'chair -
in the country i i. now in Jacksonville I had. to hands. .; if "
press my on my on Saturday night with .Near East PerlodteiBNow, .:XttieiosYJs ;
the
mapping out itinerary ill
l ,L ; LEWISATTORNKYATLAW nay All for his Inspection trip. Dr. RalphN. knee, too. My I always kidney used acted Doan's irregularly : Kidney - NEAR EAST RELIEF benefit,. when at the the public Hart Memorial generally,buildIng Invited . Parson .snbjoclto periodic J>Uiouf .....'.. +
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Green state health officer will attacks will .observe that then app
t, : Pills at these times and they .
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accompany him and the two 'will institute to be prevent.Mrs. tite fail them Just before an attac M
r' promptly: rid me of the backache Stanford chairman of
H. C.' ,
f extermination measures at regulated my kidney and put me in DRIVE ORGANIZEDThe That' is, they do not really crave food! e;
:Waring Building. all point of the state where mosquitoes fine shape. I gladly endorse this the program committee with her coworkers but...t-becao;tt l*:neAt'tUne.i"2 s
has the '
are found prevalent to any ex remedy." arranged r following they will eat only* light meal and no,
I tent. The will// be i-Idl;; I for the',Near' program featuring local talent: of Chamber
rat Joautoa O. P. OarreM measures com.panloned Price 60c. at all dealer Don't appeal Miss meat, then take two ;'
I by an educational campaign simply ask for a kidney remedy East, which is stirring the heart of Instrumental Solo pianoc. lain Tablet :the|attack Lavolded.r
GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW to, enlist the active -get Christian the Zada Lee; Voice, Miss Wagner VL" 1A.IAI41,
JOHNSTON ft cooperation loan'( Kidney Pills-the same thtt the people throughout Rosen Mandolin Mri A UIThe l \
home to. the ; Reading:, Eleanor ;
of the citizenship of each com world will be brought
Mr. Joiner had. Poster-Milburn
Co., in and Piano' Duet Walter Lee dais 4 ,y'\
munity. Mfgr, Buffalo N. Y. people of this county common S { nrstVreal business tbe
One* 10. Bnddl12 CitUens BankKlutmm. 1 with all America in a drive : beginning and Miss Lee; Reading, Miss Car: Marion County.1 Farmera.EducNon! : : -
TETANUS OR LOCKJAW. Sunday February 1: The campaign nelia Lancaster; Voice Walter Lee'Reading al and Co-operative organization
"If the just beginning held Vganl(1
year Miss Helen Bans
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continue until February
lla. other civic will was to buy a carload of" fertiliser cooperatively.
no development than the
I This disease is characterized by bulkhead project it would still be a 22, and will have for its slogan Duet the Misses will Wbgner.make short talk .iThi* w*> dose. .ata') '..avf'
J. w.THOMPSON spasms affecting the muscles of the pretentious one in the history elfKlsllimmee. Fifteen Million Dollars to tide these I Mrs Best the Near East a drive and ing of S4 per ton. The county purchasing -'
face neck, body and limbs, and all ," the Kissimmee sufferers In ,the Near East over a explaining and Belling: agtnt\ ',Uv. now
says silver will be taken to begin -
the muscles supplied by the 'cerebrospinal Valley Gazette "for the lakeshore terrible crisis and supply food. until a offering this shipping ,eggs .co-operatively and
the
for city.
Funeral Director another harvest'1.ls garnered. quota I the farmer 15 cent dozen.
The saving a
nerves. spasms or muscular beautified and the waste ,
k. I present A social hour will follow! the pro
The in Osceola,county
campaign One hundred dozen
: contractions, are rigid and transformed into beautiful were shipped one
f persistent yet mixed with occasion place lot there 1* little doubt Of residence the 1 I. being organized by Mrs. G.. W. gram served. when refreshment will be day recently. .

: ANDLICENSED al intense contractions of convulsive. prosperity, which will result."" The Best, county chairman of the wom-." -'
Subscribe for the Klseimmeej Valley
an's' work. -.
violence. welcom. .
: Gazette tells of the final completion! Make the visitor .
EMBALMER Cause. ., Mrs. Best has appointed Mrs. W. Gazette.
of -what appear to be'<"-wi>rksf>le
This disease is caused by a' bacillus plans for the consummation of this J. Fripp local chairman. Mra. Fripp .
., k -- -\ that often grows only in the absence desired object and Is enthusiastic and Mrs. Best are planning to makea p- S -
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Store and Chapel Stewart An.trt'stmm.a of oxygen. It produces a pow over the prospects of seeing the trip to St. Cloud in the near future
erful nerve which causes the and secure a chairman for that/cltyr '.
work accomplished within the next
1"1"I roillon.
The districts will be reached
rural
symptoms 0 The germ itself few months. The plans include the
multiplies at the point where it bulkheading of a considerable as far as practical by Superintendent
is introduced, but the poison is absorbed I the lakefront, building of docks partof Yowell. in his trips through the

I M. TILLER and is carried by the bloodto and reclaiming several blocks of country. Z 'r K r 1 f ,
I all parts of the body and thus the land.- Times-Union.. Mrs Fripp, in charge of the drive Y 1
nervous system is poisoned. for Kissimmee i II satisfied that the
t r, Real Estate! Agency.Realty I Deep wounds infected by this germ; Blizzard sweeps: Michigan.-Montana contribution :from, the city: will be
.. . : are more dangerous than superficial Thermometer Register 40 ..De given heartily without, the usual
bought and sold wounds, because: in them this Below Zero and Cheyenne Cut house to house canvas.
, l'erm'la more remote' from the oxygen *. Off from the World are headlines In < Mrs. Fripp or Mrs. Best wUl'ad. Q. It
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Houses rented. of the air hence collar or saddle the papers. The wonder is peoplelive dress all organized worker duringthe .
f Taxes paid and Title verified sores are especially,dangerous. In such severe climate when campaign. The lodges will be .
for non-resident Symptom: ,here is ample" room 'for a few million ., asked to send a representative to \' I,
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The attack may be acute or sub- here' in Florida where such temperature -' some of the meetings that they maybe .
t .
! t Fire. Life and Accident lasurance. informed'of the conditions aur- \
acute. In the acute attack the animal are only read but never I .
4 usuallydie* within four days. experienced. rounding these people. I.'
::' 1 Indemnity Bond An examination of the mouth will One feature of the need which
A t reveal an inability to open the.jaw Subscribe for t.lte Valley Gazette. : must appeal especially to protected
t ..i.......... ... .......... to their full extent and the endeavor American womanhood Is the condition Y.I1
t to do' so will produce great nervous 81 of nearly'200,000 -Armenian wo- i
48,000 men.-.who have been. forced Into 4
excitability and increased spasms of -.--
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the muscles of the and neck. Turkish harem., and could now be .'... '
BUCKMASTER Preventative.jaw DrusStoresSdUt.; liberated but for want of some placeto : t, _.... -'''':
DR. Administer hypodermic dose of Tetanus syringe Antitoxin be Jl'ive'mUUon people are put,dead them.or lost Many sight of.,of their'and people some I Xes-Sometimes' It.. ''Is But'.:Look .1)I

provl.lon'mallt be made some home 1 *
neath skin. < i established before: they: can be -.released : Out When' The Bump 'Comes .
( The '*U11 Mould be in quietplace ,
.PRIME'S'OSTEOPATH .from their unspeakably ,surrounding ...... ; -
moderately dark and removed ILL'SNIN i.r fjt '* \"* t\,
from other animal, if possible. AU ccsditlon.J. __ihe children" U I .wIii1r 11iAy *6- o: emit*V trbR.'tpeadi.j't.Jdotlar'*'eai ,{ ", "'
rotted manure and wet place shouldbe T114. of : doi ,
itad ban toe
avoided.The most sanitary methods even worse.'There are 250,000. orphan l as soon. or even before k.gob a gnat jbmt j nV
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One Vumt" will
employed in the case, the more children to be cared for.v eveataally shew7'r

,STATE BANK BUILDING . favorable chance of caving the ani- ." ''to 1D1.Ij.: thousand >of these must b*; adoptedby Tfce," j'diy" i.bead to eoB-oeaer or lairt'lie: Us I 1
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DR.. Rl! THOR WEAVER, the,. women of America, that *, ,
,maq . 'gdl.t8 eeit! .RM.tF roe It raw fund must be 'oledged,for their support riipent'dimes. ud dollars. would como .bto .nickrf;,good .play., :
Mime No. 162 HoiisekEeper1''Ctd.rod '" l.il l ''' ''''. meer..a if their live are spared. n..the. ; habit !b'.ow.- "
'k dozen to
( .. tM .dial
I as S cold I sesass.alMw.tv Mr*. Belt ,has been Informed that w.'of't"t; ; :
egg: today,. Jtfr\ Tlghtflsf. and you lon.y beck ie uiu.!. I 4irm.u Tb.., 667 children are Florida' quota.., It dart by dePo little eack'.'week: fat this

'.. .' Croruf.-weu 1 eleven.-. ? .. .box ,.b*. a Red eseem. i* suggested that lodges,* Sunday bank, aid eo how s*.ck Moro;comf ortal>le ,and Independent *.: ..-,. : ( "
."", ma'am you,' le didn't lOp with'' Mr. .UW'' school daises and any organized will fool M grows'and :?. "a
... twelfth was bad, and i I picture. yon ; you .
think''tou egg d want it,-Wichita'Eagle ,A'Ano-. sae.. worker pledge for in at the least city one of and these county children -, dollars 'aalt piJ. :*'JI"OO:', t tII..n;; -""A. '.t *".....- .. t' t fl'J-' .

.. .." .f for one year. t ""
OURSOflIIIMERrt One Sunday: in February,,probably -"", .
the 8fk. will be dedicated ,to the

t .. Wo Are Agents For . be relief asked work, to speak-when on the the pastor subject will to 'STATEBANKvOFRISSIMMEE *f 74
; S'ELLS '
I. their congregations. ;'Z,
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..,::Benefit Saturday Evening. .... ..
i : | Lakeland Steam Laundry :While the drive begin Sunady !
: Fife Life. Accident and : Kissimmee will open the campaign y .


i Health, Plate Glass Liability RESOURCES S750.000.00 'Capital "5100,000.00 ,

Leave packages at Kusimmee Dry Cleaning Works , -
and Boiler Insurance. ,
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':, Legal Bonds Executed:: \ \ Shipment every Wednesday. and retnnn '7M'L4srtitPM Officers aad.Directont '' ,

.. Co A. CARSON Preeldent M. KATZ and E.. L.. LESLEY. , T-P..
: 'Same Day Needed.: '-.. FritIq..' ,...;Laundry .will. not be called _. J. JEFFORDS,. ,'.Cashier '* - '.
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EIGHT ) T4 KISSIMMEE VALLEY CAZETTErnOTAT.; FEBRUARY S, ,1920! ', "J wt4

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DIXIE HIGHWAY WILL
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To abort a.cold t BE' DEDICATED SOMETIME III III .It


: ;! and prevent'' comma IN YEAR 1920

;......-, Big Value in Tires for III r :
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Cos+petiiio. B hre.. Eastern ...dWeatera' '

Division for Hoaor Beiaf -

: Tab First Isaportaat Route Ceremoay.To Secure. Small Cars .

Ill .
cvs The Chicago ]Motor Club and kind- I
red organizations preparing to ,,
dedicate the Dixie Highway between
Michigan and Folira late) this summer ,. :. '
the fail I. the scene of -
In
or early
the ceremony and the route to be Back of the manufacture of Goodyear Tires :
dedicated depending upon which is i
the first to be placed in good travelable }t .. e for small cars is the same purpose to.supply i'j,

I condition t ,< value in the that is behind .
A disinterested committee selected gkna high product .

The purified and refined from country the will leading cover motor both clubs the eastern of the ; n r\o the manufacture of the Goodyear Tires that ''I

calomel tablets that are and western divisions of the Dixie 1r r the automobiles built. 1

nawsealess, safe and sure. the Highway Georgia between line in the advance Ohio river of and the .;:; o equip most'expensive ''I

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Medicinal: virtues retained dedication and the route selected and placeof : ; This purpose is expressed by the enormous :
dedication will be by
and improved. Sold them. -1; n resources extraordinary skill and scrupulous .
only in sealed wclrag The executive committees of the ,

1 Price 35e.ACHES association is _planning to send Secretary 3 ."-- care applied to the manufacture of Goodyear Y
V. L. D. Robinson on a tour "
of inspection over the entire high- I -" Tires in the largest tire factory in the world

"Y way.made The in start February of this the tour southern will be ;" ,, -; : devoted solely to the 30x3--, 30x3'/2-, and 4 .;.

states of Florida Georgia, North t-
and South Carif ina being visited 31x4inch sizes. .

Ant .., '
Each community along the highway The effect of this endeavor is noted in the
will be visited and conferencesheld f) ...
with the county rood authorities fact that last year more cars using these sizes
and civic bodies with reference : ,
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tothefurther1mprovemeatofthe were-factory-equipped with -GoodyearTires
highway and the marking of the
! road. Road conditions will be check I ; than with any other kind.
f id ed up and a complete report madeto ,

(d sociation.the board of directors of the as I It is also noted in the fact that, if you own a .

The eastern and western divisionsof Ford Chevrolet Dort Maxwell other 4.
the highway will be in competition .' u or car

to secure the honor of being the i requiring the sizes mentioned, you can secureGoodyearTires
first dedicated and conditions now so

"We Got Him!" far practically as road equal.building is concerned, 'is '. and Goodyear Heavy Tourist I

.t Tubesat the nearest Goodyear Service Station.FabricTAll.Waiher .

_adas..rNwrsteaa.'a..ee.nwds a.rnnr HEALfTiSINJHE

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Strengthen *he Blood and Too .. -
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4 rsoil 1 ei ta. ::: ? Strengthen the Body. .. J --

4; ';i.;aTgvvI$AaMe CONPAJIIT the food
The lives brought
body on
.OtMwse has. .....V. 8.A. to it by the blood. If the body is

,,. -, carrying disease germs it cannot carry :3>%Ooodyar Double.(uro $ 00 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube ate Hick, trooc' tube that
I* strengthening food to the muscles : Tread__ 2 vniof_ castes properly. Why risk a good casing;: with a
fcrEl : nerves and bones. cheap tube I Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes i COM little more
Dr. Williams 101 Tonic is made up 3Ox3Vi Goodyear Single-Cur than tubes of lest merit. 30z3y: fee in _fer. $ (
1t. AND PAINS I of Quinine, Iron and Magnesia, correctly Fabric.And-Skld Tn-adT $1765 "racy bar . -
porportioned. The quinine kills
'all disease germs in the blood the

: QUICKLY BELIEVED magnesia removes' all accumulated liver and .>> .
poisons by gently acting on .
bowels, and the Iron fills up the blood
with rich red, strength giving corpuscles -

you'll find Sloanf Liniment I weak bodies., which are food for tired and I! @ ,

d often the severe "Flu," Malaria, Fever, Colds, La-
and Chills all effectively
Grippe are
rheumatic ache treated by Dr. Williams 101 Tonic. .
t During the "Flu" epidemic last win-
ter the sales'of 101 'Tonic increased
Put It on .freely. Don't' rut It In. over 600 per cent. .' .J
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f "Just let it finttrati naturally. What 25c and 60e bottles for sale] at your .
Y' 'sense of soothing relict soon follows I drug store.- Accept no substitutes. <.
External aches,' stiffness, soreness, .,
cramped muscles, strained sinews, AMERICAN DEAD TO'BE 'Munice Ind. M. S.
back "cricks'*-those ailments can't HOTEL ARRIVALS.The ; Hooper Chicago. SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE.
fight off the relieving qualities of BROUGHT HOME OUR HOME LOOKED TilE MANHATTAN.W. Y
t., Sloan's Liniment Clean, convenient following were the hotel ar- K. McCartney, New Orleans; "Kissimmee has more tourists this
T economical. JSc, TOc.$1.40, The French Government will place JUST LIKE SMALL rival e for the past week: F. E. Davis, New York City; H. W. season than ever before," declares
,.. no obstruction in the path of those I Hensey, Birmingham, Ala.; Mrs. J. the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. "Ho-
TilE GRAYSTONE.
who propose, to remove the bodies of W. Winter, SSullivan, Ind.; J. W. tels and bording houses are well patronized .
SIZE DRUG STORE?
r American soldiers! who died In the Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ballard, Mr., Plummer, Kankankee, III.; G. E. and everybody seems to be ';.
world war and are buried on French and Mrs. T. R. MacDonald, Toledo, Richards and wife, Penville, Mich.; enjoying the winter." There are also .
soil so say the latest advices from SO MANY BOTTLES OF DIFFERENT Ohio; L3. T. Ditzler and wife Warren, F. G. Van Denson, Holly, Mich.; J. a good many visitors in Kissim .j
Paris.It KINDS OF MEDICINES; Ind.: Mere J. M. Buck, Bluffton, Ind.; M. Van Denson, Harrison, Mich.; F. I mee spending the winter in rented ....,.
understood that the American SOME: HALF EMPTY, SOME AL- Preston Orr, Mrs. Orr and J. E. Sar- E. Davis, New York City; W E. houses, cottages and apartments, '
fff government will remove only those MOST ALL GONE. telle, Red #ey, Ind.; William L. By- Brown Atlanta; Charles Cella, Wilmington and altogether it i is proving a very .
bodies which are requested by rela I bee, Ashland, Ky.; M. D. Lyons, New Del.' P. N. Drake Bethany! successful season The Gazette says >
tives, and how many these. will 'be l is "Dreco, the root and herb juice York City; C. C. Martin, Louisville Ohio.; hi.! E. Davis, New ]York City; there 4s still room for more visitors I
not yet known. F. D. Rush Chicago J. F. Elkhart Ind. and this l is well, as many tourists .
did more good than all of Ky.; ; Mrs. Eugene Stone ; )
These 20,000 bodies are scatteredIn remedy White and wife Mt. Morris N. Y. do not come South until spring.
them, he ; Jas. W. Bradstreet, Washington, D. t
SALE I 600 cemeteries, the largest two of I "Our home say looked like a small Charles Baeder and wife, Gene eo, C. Jacksonville TimesUnion."t
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'FOR which are at Brest, where there are store, from all the bottles of N. Y.; Mrs. F. Protchard, Rochester,
about 5J500 graves of men who died drug medicine we hcd there. Some of N. Y.; George H. Hill Atlanta, Ga.; Dollars and Cents. lie is rich or poor according to t
of, influenza at Brest, and on trans them were almost empty, some near- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keidel, Mrs. Counting it only in dollars and what he is,. not according to what he
j b.,
.. Other large cemeteries outside Pauline Battler Ernest H. Keidel e M
ly full, and still my mother was not cents, how much did that last cold
the one are situated at Bordeaux and chauffeur, :-Baltimore, Md. Francesco -
army well." declared Mr. A. T. Davis, a ; cost you? A man may not always
Nantes, St. Nazaire, ; Tours, well-known farmer and stock raiserof Colasanto, New York City; stop work when he hrs a cold, but t-:
Lemans and other big service sup- West Pensacola, Fla. Joseph Mellert and wife. Canton, perhaps it would be better if he did. PRINTING PRESS .'
REAL ESTATE ply.c.nten. "Ever since. I' can remember my III.; Mrs. H. Enloe, Roanoke Ala.; It takes about teVi days to get com- O FOR SALE. L The graves in these cemeteries are mother has been troubled with severe Robert Galligher, Shelbyville Tenn.; pletely rid'of a cold under the usual 0 4, lO
'" . principally of men who died while on Mr. and Mr. G. E. Crowell Mr. and
\ ; headaches, bowels constipated treatment. That time can be much 2-Hevolutio.n
duty'with'the service of supply, but anddlny Mrs. J. M. Rhodes Lincolnton, N. C. Campbell book ,".
.
1 Homes. 'GrovesFarms a sluggish liver nervousness, ; shortened by taking. Chamberlain's O and Job Will take 4. ,
a ; there are also the graves of many spells. I know we have spentat R. B. Matchett and wife Greenville, Cough Remedy and proper care of O pages of lre88. No *
who died at,hospitals in the rear to least $500 in the past fix years on Pa.; W. G. Walker Macon, Ga.; H. yourself, in f.dt a bottle of this O reasonable offer papers. *
refused. It.
and .lots'' which they were removed after beIng G. Mioore Rochester, N. Y.; Cliff Mouse : I
City medicine trying to.get her well. It remedy in the is a mighty 0 you need a press come and *
wounded in the battle area. seemed' she could not get her liverto Reckling Savannah, Ga.; J. R. May- good Investment: during the winter 0 look at itKISSIMMEE O
.: .-; It probably will be a year before acting and that brought on other hew. Detroit; G. W. Galvin Indianapolis and spring months. I.
the removal of the. bodies begins,I troubles. Ind.; Sherman Hill, Findlay, $ '1
.SPECIAL as the plan is first to remove to the "We have always believed in root Ohio: J. W. Bnsh, .Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. One of the teachers to class_"If ZETTE VALLEY CO. GAO "\!
United States the bodies of about and kin. S. Marx M. Shickler. Chicago of girls are absent raise
40 Acres-20,acre bearing TOTe, and herb remedies so decided to try: any you .
+ 7-room house deep well, for $25- I.000 Atnsrican' soldiers buried inGermany Dreco, and we are highly pleased ; F. J. Mc&rmick, Chicago; your hands so I will .know who ..rebunt. 0 0 4
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3 000. Half cash,'balance: ; terms to.u1t. ,--about 200 of 'whom died with the results. 'Very soon her bow-. Walter Jengens, Cincinnati, Ohio.; .!
l prison camps. The remainder died B. -Renner- Vincennes,. Ind.; D. E.King. .
.- -fl-f, 1..i els began to 'act regularly; the dizzy '.
; while serving with the army of oc- spels) ceasedand Her sleep, became New York City; Henry Hefele,
cupation. There are 600 American -Pittsburgh, Pa. A. W: Griswold.
sound and refreshing.!: Mother is ;
graves in' Coblens.alone. feeling better today than in a long Minneapolis, Minn.; Wl G. Morrow, He says Fm a good .
iltitECZEMA Seventy-six Americana are burled time. Seeing what Dreco; did for Camhbridge Ohio; M. Shake, wife ,
w. I la Italy, two in Holland, and a few her my father-also' Is taking it for and daughter New York City T. G. skate"
in Austria. The American dead in his back and rheumatism. He always Reed and wl/et.K.nuI City Mo.; J. ChesteifoUA f'. :
., England will be removed before the said there were root and herbs for H. Dickinson, New ;York Cltyf; F. G. r
work ,In the French cemeteries be- every trouble, if we could only get Brown Atlanta; R. L. Newton Irv- i -
gins. Civil employes many of them the right ones, and mix them prop- ing, N. Y.; Mr. and- Mrs. H. B. Hahn REAL p l-that's
I' a ; veterans in the war will aid in the erly. Dreco seems to be the right and child, Charles S. Hahs, Philadelphia I Chesterfield.Look .
work.. One company has already arrived mixture our family was looking for." Pa.; Fred A-. Hull l AsheVille, ...
V"a in England and metal casketsto The good old-fashioned roots N. C.' S. H. Hart R. E. Evans, N. J.Vestal at its record.
receive the bodies there are now herbs barks and berries, like our' \, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Atlanta Three million smokers
being sent from -the United States. forefathers brewed their teas from Ga. F. O. Midgett Washington, :
"r MONly SACKS The work there it is expected prob- and race of D. C.: .... L. Dean, J. L. Graves, B. C.Highay -less than five years on ,.
1f u.I.tb. oIRca.s, ably will be finished, by next JaiLFor are still recognize as the remedies { Chicago; J. J. Martin and the market! TWo words
/ Taw Ktmtmmim, Itck. me. for the stomach liver and kidneys, wife Louisville. Ky.; J. C. IJaw- it-
'- r, D....s L1..__.ei.r.tw.pd ., the Children. bowels and blood. Dreco is made thorne, Montgomery Ala.:; B. C. exp j.lain j.
I 'sf..e'.t..b..c4.Nr..i e. acct er.a..a. f.er. Too much care cannot be exercised from twelve herbal plants, and Its Highly, Seattle,. Wash.; !:S. R. and "They Satisfy"
f 'N/.f eecY caw. Yw..a t la selecting] cough medicine for action is prompt and pleasant forman George 15 Mayo, Richmond, VIt.; J;
>*'!... .. M. *. li F.
1 r mr woman and child. George Townsend, New York ;
I children. It should be to :1.
CMTMM. Try It M MM rbk pleasant
'' All druggists sell City; J. S. Roberts, Kalamazoo,
'_/'.TpOAY Mr.u..t take contain no harmful drug and up-to-d&te now .
to < CENTRAL DRUG STORE most effectual in curing their coughs Dreco red" it is highly recommendedin Mich.' : Gov. and Mrs. Thomas E. Kil- 3L
Kissimmee by the Central by. Miss Annie Kilby Montgomery, 'J
d, and colds. Long experience l has Drug .
Store. Ala.; Miss Jessie Bond, Baltimore,
Mown Chamberlain's ,
that Cough
f .CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Remedy meets'these conditions. It Md.; F. E. Straub, San Antonio ok .',,
..r: The fcasette wants a'correspondent is a favorite with most mothers. .c.ountiBo.rder: -You wrote me Tex.; Miss Ida Lashan and Miss -"
.t. iin.every community in Oseeola county. that you were never bothered by Freda Lashan. Toronto Canada; B. l ;
'aAond In the news, It win help the "Say, Cy, I, just found out what arube mosquitoes hen and they have almost L. Brooks sad wife Miss Margaret! 01 .
V''l'; 'W'paps* and will-keep. yoor.tection i beyfors Is." eaten me up. Brooks and. B. L. rook. Jr.; .New
) tbs; publK.. '> "Thet''0. Hiram What is itf- F.rmer-I didn't say anything York City; Mr. and Mrs. Gt.,W. Duff,: \
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ii ( GENERAL( [ OF RAILROADS CAIO, tOOIt.91YITR...4I..w.LJDOojI.: Director.r., duties and mar employees and appoint term"of subordinateofficers with office snob as : '
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br Inconsistentwith
The" city eieoutlr committee of the thee\\r: .iwot ..

"white man's party" met r.cenUy."d Klcslramee Fla. ,, Bait
GIVES SHIPPERS IMPORTANT NOTICE 'i "formulated...hlt. man's the primary.following" eaJl for. a 7-4t.' I*"an.ITi.ltlO.H. OKDOO.Cashier. ,

The city....cutt". committee of the 1 Tfrere iy' JV& Razse'l
"white man's party" In the city of NOTICE' TO CREDITORS. : ,
Kleslmmee hereby call and provide for ,
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Walker D. Kin*, director general railroads., has just Issued ; | holdings a "white man's" primary election !. the Cost ef the Ceeetf ;Judge" In .Pr.Ice' Ofleiicibiis
statement in the of, , to be held In the city of Klsslm Oeesela eo..Qo', Mate of shertdav "
a regard to transportation during remainder m.., In compliance with the laws of J ,
!. SBstsjte Oss H. NewheeMe.To "
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,January and through tho m)nth of February up to'tbe time the'systems the State of Florida said primary to -

will be turned to private' ownership, which :. of. great. ', be held during- the hours Axed by law all "Creditors, Legatees, Dlstrlbuteee ,
interest to the ihippers of the ,United States.. H, says: for the holding- of elections on Saturday and all Persons. having Claim
March 4. 1(10, for ths nominationof '
"Indications are that the demand for transportation during the ; ; candidates for city.elective of Aces or Demands. and each against of you said are..EstatesYou hereby T X.

remainder of January and February will extraordinalily' heavy , to be voted for at the general election notified and reqtlred to present any. :

for this season of the year and I take this .means first, of giving > to be held In, March said city IT, of 110.Kissimmeeon.Saturd.y claims and demands cap you. or
that the railroad, admlniltratlon "until the lastday either of you mar have the
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;:-, ,assurance .propo. I QBalMeMee>e of' BUeeteve. estate of Oeorge H. Newhouss. dos t
of federal control to make every effort to meet this extraordinary Those, and only those persons, shall ceased lata ,of Oeoeola Count Vlor- f
demand as fully as possible and second of pointing out some be permitted to vote at, or participate Id., to the undersigned Admlntstratrl POSTTTLw"

of the limitations which are operative now and which will continueto In the management, who white of said primaryelection who from of the said date estate hereof.within, one rear : ,
are electors -
be for some time to. com 'upon the performance of full transportatlon - declare their adherence to theprlnelpleand Dated January (.... A. D. 1110. ,
service. orsranlsatlon of the "white man's"party CORDKUA. NBWHOUBK. : "
"For the week ended January 8, 1920 the-''number of cars of In the city of Klsslmmee KI..lm.who Administratrix with Will Annexed.TSt... ry'; ( "tctbiedrtnlc
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are by the laws of the city of
the ,
revenue freight loaded show an increase of 162,228 cars over' mee lawful elector*, who have on or
same 1919 and an increase of 216,269 cars over tho same before February s. paid ..theirpoll Netie. of A..II_.... llr Ovardlasi for of cx iTeelllaejfloevor :
week wee1918. There is promise of even greater increase as the'winter taxes for the .1oi*. and 1919, Isle of .Lade of lIa._ "

propr...". -.. -.- who March have! reorlstered.", lIao. ,-and up to who and Including pledge Notice I. hereby Sven that on r.1-plfiuce' of your ,
"This Increased demand is'doubtless due'largely to tb.'factthat themselves to'abids. by the results of March 1st. 1110 at 10 o'clock .. m.; ,. '
as a result of the cessation of industrial activity following the.Ignln& said primary election and vote for the the undersigned as guardian of>> Partfn.BUIe Hugh: next pound,. ., of coffee 'tNote'
Raymond Psrtln. Nancy Edith .
nominee*,th..of..t the ensuing city
of the armistice business was in abeyance, in the spring of election. / Mar Partln. Maude T. Partln.

1919, as was indicated by the fact that there were large surplusesof 4tMlla>ejtle.a ., Candidates. John henry Partln and James Robert

care in all part of the United States lying: Idle during those Those, and only those persons shall Partln. T.minors M. ,Murphy will apply, County; to the Judgeof Honorable 1he: so.t1sftct1cn.:
months. Business was again interferred with by the abnormal difficulties be permitted to become candidates for v'I
Osceola County Florida, at his of.floe 4
due to the coal strike in November and December, but since offices elections to, be who' voted" pledge for In themselves said primary In I In Klsslmmee, In said Couatyc for not,only to purse ,r rbi ut cti> !14 's.

then the accumulated business has been demanding .transportationwith writing" to abide by the result of said an prder authorising her atprivate to and yoii'Ucontinue
I sale that lot or parcel of landsituate health, : '
a rush. primary elections .nd support thenominee I .
In the said County of Ceoe
.EQUIPMENT IMPROVED. .- the* th.r.ofl'who laws of the State are of qu.II11.dund.r Florida ola. and State of Florida, and all the '-to drlxvlo': '

.. "The equipment available, despite the great use to which' it has and city' of KUslnvmee to hold office.. I ors right therein title and the Interest said land of beingmore said/ mln- .

been put, is in practically normal condition at the present time and' I'tut ef Office to h. Filled. particularly known and ,described. as this delidh-tful family

! has been constantly improved sine the shopmen's strike in August, Bach elector In the city of Klsslm follows to-wltj *V\sQfXTy- sAafV"ffiorete ,
interferred with mee qualified tC ,vote In said primary Northeast quarter (NBK) of North ra A "
> 1919 which'm.terially repairs. election ,shall have.,the right to vote :. east quarter (NB*) of Section Thirty '. ,:
; [ "In the three yfears preceding Federal control,the average num- In said primary fort o.J SI) : Twenty-flve '
her' of freight e.r. acquired per year (including equipment rebuilt '"One candidate for 'mayor. . : f.rblfI:: ), and the a''' JZeason. :
One candidate for clerk and tax Northwest quarter (NWU> of North. ..
and after for retirements
allowing
at company shops) was 79,168, ;
collector.* west quarter (NWU) of Section Thir di w
the net average addition wa sonly 9,627 cars per .the One candidate fori treasurer. ty-three (11),' Township Twenty-five ) .. by PMtum Cereal ,; r4
two years of Federal control the average number of freight can acquired Two candidate* for' member of ill: ) South of Range Thirty (10) Kast. Compawy *<
will be approximately 84,500, and after allowingfor City Council for two years each. IDA F. alcauardd'ian. B uJa Crwk. Michigan. t?
per year .
Flvs members of executive committee T-Bt. k ,
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retirement the'net average' addition will be not l'I'eaUyln excess for one year. L I .t JtS
the additions the preceding three NOTICE' OP PUBLICATION' _
of average net during years. The f.r Qewllfylas .. . .- t
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During these two years no freight cars could be acquired, in addition Bach person desiring to have his'' Department of the Interior; U. B. Land

I - to carl--Ol'dereCL.prior-1heretCLbuLdel1nrecLdurin&- Federal- control name printed on the primary election"1 OfflcV at....Gainesville.. Fly.Jan. 14, ..
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I except a total of 100,000 freight cars, all of'which are Include b.tlora.ndt".t.t'ora..rcltT"'O flee shall file with the chairman of this uf- --m NOTICE Is hereby given that EdWard -
ed in the above stated fa rthe two years of Federal a
average per year committee, on or' before February A. Bowen of Lougrhman, Fla.,
control. The 100,000 cars were ordered in 1918 and represented II rd. 1 JO. his notice of, candidacy and who. on January 15, tit, made Homestead '
the maximum for which material and labor could be obtained, application. to have his name ao printed Entr No. 0 11I04. for WU of THE WATERS& CARSON GROCERY CO.
in view of the demands for other war necessities. It was Impracticable upon a blank to be furnished bv SWJ4 Sea it .* NEt of 8E%. Section ,
the ohalrman 1 of this tft.hl. andaccompanied 17 Township 14 8., Ran If E. Tallahassee ,.
In this order to provide for any additional 1 refrigerator, stock, by the amount assessment. Meridian has flied notice of s

',. or flat cars, and there is an especially serious shortage in these as specified below and noname Intention to make Commutation\>> Proof. ..Wholesale'and I Rc Detlers in of: )
in 1919. of any such candidate shall b* to establish claim to the land above "* *"
could *
classes of equipment. No freight car b-ordered 1 *
printed ,,' counted or returned < t
described, before Clerk Circuit Court.at .
This was due to the clearly understood policy of Congress in favor. printed :..npor any such ballot, unless Kleslmmee Florida, on the 8th
of the early return of the railroads to private ownership and because r- this provision shall have been compiled day of 110. GROCERIES

of the resulting lack of appropriations to be used for new with. ...... ef Ballot. Claimant B.; A. Patton r'm of as IxHigrhman.witnesses Fla: .

capital expenditures. The voting; In said primary elections F. W. Almes. of ughman. Fla.
NOW NEW EQUIPMENT. shall be by first and second choice W. W. Allman. of Loughman. Fla,
ballot. in compliance with the provisions T. A. Four, of Loug-hman. Fla,
"The railroad administration has not at any time been, and of of the state. primary lawa. and KQUT. W. DAVIS

course Is .not -now, in position to obtain' the additional new'.qalp. the names of the candidates for each T-SU. Reelster.I . 0000000000 .* 4> 0 . 0 . . 0 . 0' .'
ment which is needed. Such equipment Is chargeable to capital account office shall be printed on the ballotIn '
alphabetical order. OtrraH Ce.rt, State mt Florida.VMteeatth 0 < '. + .
and of therefore must be paid for by the railroad com --- -- F '
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course Cava of Retains. .. Judicial ("' OSMeoela
I. Caaoeewy. 0 WE SELL 0 0 WE BUT ,! .
Covpty.
panies. The committee shall meet I 4-
"To make this inadequate amount of equipment go as far a* clock m. on the 6th day of March at Thr" 0 'I0 r ,I rr: ; ..,' ;
Asaaslah '
possible! the railroad administration has pooled equipmen in order If SO, nl.the City Council chamber olthe ..t, vs. Jaases Mary Th.rbr',r,D.f.C.....iai.-... HAT 1. <'T"ak" '. HIDES .het 1 rl}.Mvi; i'.'. a. '
of Klsslmmee. and publiclycanvas. .
to equalize the supply a* far a* possible and give all ahipper a* city the returns. in accordance ;d'I' t; ,

equal treatment as possible under the circumstances; has made use with' the primary election law of Florida It pp rl'ft1..bylnarrh..v appendedto ** *- t
of the permit system in order to avoid accumulations; has appointed and drCjare what candidates havebeen the abovestatedentise 0 GRAIN 1 ,! ( 0 FURS II!I ri .
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that Mary Thurber. the defendant .
committees to the movement of nominated for each office voted 0 "U '
special terminal speed up for 'and the chairman and secretaryof therein named Is a non-rosldent ,. el 1--- .
freight through terminals where a great deal of delay has occurredin this committee, within two days of the Stats of Florida, and I. a resident 0 FERTILIZERS '

the past; during th* prevalence of difficul situations in thewheatgrowing thereafter shall certify the. names of of Ashboro North Carolina, and 0 0 WOOL _I.._) ,.I, = .
that she Is the of .
these candidates receiving the nomination over age twenty- ..
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has to the of -t"- .1.,4
territory given preference loading 0 : i
L.. for any office to the city authorities one years; It Is therefore ordered that 0 SHINGLES .
wheat on the ground; has placed the refrigerator car supply of the of KISHlmmce a.s the nominees the said aon-realdent defendant bs and _. '
country under one agency to get the maximum utility out of all of this party for the offices to she la hereby required to appear to 0 AND .
the bill of complaint filed In said .
such cars available; has carried on a constant campaign to bring be be voted hold for March at the 27. 1920.general electionto cause on or before Monday the let 0 ORANGB BOXES A 0 !- 'I ., ,.

about heavier loading of equipmen during the prevalence of the A__....... day of March. A. D. 110. otherwisethe .. 0 r r
allegations of said bill will betaken ALL.
greatest need for the movement of coal and at the present time has
For the of defraying the as confessed by said defendant.It 0 ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE 0 '
given coal preference for loading, in open top equipment; has eliminated expenses of purpose the primary election Including Is farther ordered that this order 0 V', ,,1'' : 'I. .

circuitous routes as tar a* practicable; has transferred locomotives ; the payment of Inspectors I and be published once a week for four "' .
at different times to the portions of the country where they clerks, printing of ballots eta, the consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmee 0 CRATES 0 0 COUNTRY F

were needed the most; and has given special attention through centralized against following, prospective assessments candidates are for levied the Valley In said Gazette County, a newspaper and State, published 0 . # ..

agencies to take care of seasonal requirements and meet various offices. to be filled: This the tlrd day of January, IflO. 0 CRATE NAILS 0 PItODUCB .
peculiar londitioas which have resulted from bad weather and cer- Mayor five dollars' (CIRCUIT COURT SRAI>
Clerk and Tax Collector five dol- J. U OVBRSTREET 0 0 _: .
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talndro ught conditions, and in every way has tried to the very Clerk: Circuit Court.
utmost to make the equipment and locomotives available. do the lars.Treasurer, five dollars. OKORdH.W. FOX.. 0000000000000'00':t> 0 0 . 0 00 00 .. .

greatest possible amount of service. Members City Council, three dollars, Solicitor for CompS.ln."LIL '"
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I :-_ -if t f \ *. 9_ ..Jo\d '
l..peeters.The \ L '
I AIDED RAILROADS. TO'CIIEDITOR" 'it"J! .
following[ Inspectors and clark ;WOTICBJ We sell Field and Carden Seeds of all kind.. .'
I "By reason of these expedients of unification' the railroads were designated to conduct the I
are hereby ;;;
the .
of Ce J"* OseoelaiCesnty.
Cart
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enabled in the fall of 1919 to handle an exceptionally large business said primary election: lute .f riorida. We give special attention' fitting out hunting and camping parties.

under' exceptionally difficult conditions. The postponement of buy. Farmer.Inspectors Tom N.John Clark.McPhatter, Carson I. re ICstejte of C.lle. .... Page Free delivery in city,limits.' Phone No. 12.;: ? !>, \. .1'

ing in the spring concentrated an extraordinary demand for com Clerk: A. E. Thomas. To all Creditors Legatees, Distributees We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and

modities in the fall. For example, there wa san exceptionally Im.ll 8-6t. OEO. W. PERSONS.. Chairman. r. and all Persons bavinsClaims prices on fertilizers. ; .
Y output of coal in the first few months of the year and a consequent or Demands against said Estate:
intense demand for coal in the fall. Beginning with a movementof HOTICK.-! Tou. and each of you. are hereby -
notified and required to present any
11,000,000 tons of coal per week early in September, the railroads Take notice that I wlU on the Srd claims: and demands which you or .
built up this movement to over 13,000,000; tons in the week Tuesday In March. 120, or as soon either of you, may have against the .....o..o..o... . .. .. ... ............. .o...... .
end October 25, making an average weekly movement largely in thereafter as I may he heard apply estate of Cullen F.: Pa ire. deceased.late .
for a pardon for JOHN H. RODOERS of Osceola County Florida, to the
excess of any prewar movement. At the very time when the demands who was convicted of murder at the undersigned Executor of said- estate I
of business of all sorts were becoming moat pressing the Spring; Term of the Oaceola Circuit within one year from the date hereof. ;
necessity arose for moving the wheat crop. From July 6 to De- Court In ISO*. Anyone!: desiringmay Dated January 14th. A. D. 110.HENRY .' Order Early
then be heard on U0T merHa of the W. STARK. .
cember 26, 76 per cent of the wheat crop was moved from the farms; application. SWM. s-lt. Executor. : fIdel1' *

the volsme moved was 645,318,000 bushels- 7,940,000 bushels tnore C HODGES.

than had been moved during the same period of 1928. S- t. Attorney for Petitioner.IN TREASURY DEPARTMENT.. Fertilizers ',
Me.' aea.

PROBLEM INTENSIFIED.. THE S8VKNTKKNTH JUDICIAL .
of rl.rtd.'ii".t: "...troll.r.
"The problem has been Intensified by the falling off in loadingper CIRCUIT Of. CrR-rIT-: ; :; R!OPFLORIDA. tale Tallahassee.

car from 1918, when under pressure of the war very heavyloading IN AND FOR OCK IA Spring fertilizer' should be put In ih..ground'tbfait.: -j-
evidence
I wa ssecured. The loading per loaded freight ca dell from COUNAY. IN EQUITY.Dr. resented Whereas to by the satisfactory undersigned It haGb.en of January .r.earl7. in February The, tree needs it and ; .
I ,f of 29.2 tons in the first 11 months of to 213 tons
, . an average 19J8 -.. ...... ntadei to appear that a banking than I later the ,. '
PbiIiiM'Pkillip. d J. B. C. it to far better advantage .in season
for the same period of 1919, or a decrease of 4.89 per cent, this roe, Ceamplelaesits. vs. association under the name of Bankof can use !. 4 U,

representing a loss of more than 105,000 cars available for loading. Frank B'.07'. 04 Ollith .'.07'. his Osceola County. located at Kis.simmee '':
This falling off has occurred in spite of continued efforts of the wiles B. 0_. M. M. Miller, ... all Laws, Florida Florida and organized has complied tinder Owing to unsettled condition* of .labor sad 'transpbr- j ;
the
?' assisted the _.... or parties ..k..w. elalaalas of be Ution order"nov io as to be sure of getting de v.rJ"bi .tilDe' j jyou
; !1.. railroad administration by co-operation. of many ship- .. lsereeb !"''s the' >resrty te whichrelief. with all the grOYI.lon. required to Iaw .
t Baaklo o;
,' Defeadasjts.The ., compiled need it. 'For normal'condition9we'tecommendth
pen. Is sought herela. ,
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before
the t.of Florida an association
of ; j
"Nevertheless the railroad to continue ,
:, administntion1proposea shall be authorised to commence "
'i... to utilize the end of Federal operation all the advantages given by State Interst of Florida In ,the to all 'parties to the business of Banking Flo-ideal SPed i'k ,
claiming
! unified control; it wishes to give shippers this assurance. and to ask which relief an Is sought, which property, property Comptroller, Now. Therefore of the I State. Arnest of. Florida Amos. S% Am., 1% AT. P.... Add, 2% Pot .' J

;: their continued co-operation/ I* fully described herein, and to allparties by virtue of the authority Tested In .

. following claiming deceased!; Interests persons under namely the: m* by Boctloa I of Chapter 114111 of But as ever, 'we have'wide range'of"formules'frcim'which1"

k': ) .. ... . ... . .., .. . ............ ... . . ..... .... J.' B. Story J. K. Story Reed ISllsa M. Catherine Hare the certifytnat LAWS of the the State Bank sot of Florid.Oseeola.. , so eelect* ,WhM'evet?' ,icquireineBUwe..canfilljlhem.rt: ;. !-7 $
' reD James Harrell. Story.
.: of Klsslramee. In the County
Story Marentha WI.onJ.n.nry' County, Send 'for Catalogue and Price List, . '
of Osceola.' and tbs Stats of Florida, .
.
' Wilson; Mrs. R. Wilson J. M. Curio )
the business \
authorised to commence .
MRS. HALL NAMED COUNTY'' ment'.Srom Bra. GeorgejWtight'of' '' Oeorira. "W. Fuquay. and E. D. Malloyor Is of. Banking uadsr the name e

{\:, CHAIRMAN. Lakeland, state organizer," who,spent.. estate otherwise: in said described real i above given thousand with a capital dollars.Given .stock ofTwentyfive Wilson,'&Toomer Fertilizer' Co. .\ I"

some time in KlsBlmmee.- IT IS ORDERED that Toucan, you ' v'
l Mrs. E. S. Hall has been appointed Mrs.! Hall will .,be assisted by Mrs are hereby required to. appear on the I office, this.under Sixteenth' my hand day and of seal Decem of Maaafaetarers Ideal Fertaixerss
" Belle Modi, vice-chairman and by Srd day of May 1B10, being on a rule Nine Hundred 1 "
i county chairman of the woman's ac- day 'of. said Court'to the bill fliedaganst her A. D. One Thousand. JackseaviD, Fla. } t y
an executive committee to be named and Nln.t..D.(8EJIL
tlrities for the drive to be put on .yon la the above entitled ) ERNEST ..AMOS.I'L' :
.
I'. coon under the auspices of the Anti- later., court. Comptroller State of FloridaIOTICE
t Saloon League. l Mrs. Hall will begin her work bya The property described In said bill\ ,. ........ .... ...0. ..... . ...... .............. . .. )

}, ,Mrs. Hall received her appoints mass meeting' will be I held at the crlbed and to which as follows relief to-wit Is sought: .Is fle TO STOCKHOLDER ; .

Baptist church tonight,. when Mrs Government lots 1. S and 4 of Section KUslmmee: , Florida, January ".. 110 Syi l
J. T. Fullfcr of Orlando, will be thespeaker Uk Township IS, South. Range Notice I. hereby given to the stockholders ,
of the evening I thirty East. Osceola County, Stats of of' the Osceola Cypress Com- I i
WATCHTHE Florida. corporation organised and exlstint ,
a
1/ I AND IT IS FURTHER ORDEREDthat under the Laws of the State of Teksrapf. Men Presmptily Atteadee tOpesi Day red lUgkt Isis '
CARD OF THANKS. this order be published ones a Florida, that a Special Meeting of the I \\i\ ;k
I for twelve '
week
a weeks In Klsstmmee Stockholders of said corporation Is i \
' I wish to thank all who so kindly said Valley Oasette.of OsceolaWitness a newspaper In hereby called by the Director of tieBoard --, . AiitoHearM, .,' ', ? Ir",

'r.fr' BIG 4StaymaohKidney.Ebrf1.Jvet assisted during the Ulaess and burial: county my hand and the seal of Ida at to the be offloe held at of ;JCIsslmmee.W. B. Crawford Flor J : i.>

of my husband. Also for the fiowen.Mra. .said Circuit! Court. Mils Slnd day of on the Ith day"of February, A. D. 1'
.1anu.rYL1t10.CT. o'clock A. M. for the ,
Joe Smith and Daughter. 1(10. at eleven
.
CT. BBAL
( ) of consideringand pawn
t ET purpose
J. OVKR8TRBBT. amendments to the Articles or
I ,.. NOTICE BZBCVTRIT FOR FINALDICHA.OE. Cleric' of the above entitled CourL Incorporation upon and Charter of the said BROS.t'
I Keep the vital organs healthy by B. B.! DURRANCE. corporation .. follows: EISELSTEIN_ ; ;
I X regularly taking the worlds ..tand.t. solicitor' for Complainant. Orlando 1. To amend Article 1. of said corporation -
IBJ the C.mrt er Cmmmtr "...... Florida s-lM. ao that the principal place ... .. .
' ;? arcS remedy for ,kidney liver 'ef PI.rt... "CMceelei Cevsitr. of business shall be Brldgend. 8eminole '
b1Bdd.s and uric add troubles 'la the Batate 'W Akrtbiadea Nat.1 MOTICsXKlMrianntee. .County. Florida Funeral Directors Embalmers \ \
P.c......, 1.ITo 1 amend Article V. so that the
: Notlco I. hereby given that there dat.' of the annual mating of the
COLD MEDAL 't.t NOTIC>1It IIIIIRE'IIT'OIVCN. to all I win be a meeting ot the Stockholder.of corporation shall b* the Third Thursday -
.. whom It, mar eonoern, that on the '. the Bank of o.e.ula County Floe la January Instead of the First ST.C OUDFLORIDA.J
...... ;rI ITth .dar or March.-A.- ."0. I shall ida,' .t tho ofSca of Bald Baak la Monday I. Marcia
." 111 apply te the Honorable T." M. Uarphr.Judc .., nertda., on Pebrvarr Slth. !. To amend Article III. so that
I *' of said Court a* Judge of Pro- 1"0, at Tea o'clock. m. for the pur- the capital stock corporation shall be
/ .. ba"e.i for tnrv Anal discharge as Bx> oseiet eonldHt and acting upona S7l*. 00..0 s Instead of $1&000..lo-tlaat
outrlx of the estate of blad.sKo.q resolution to amend Article I of the I. t. incr.e the capital hock from ,
\' deceased. And that at the aame Charter .C...Id Baak so a* to make is,5.'00.00 to t11 .....0. aad to pro-
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,) .enterie*and. ...,.. by Q8.MQw Kxecutrlx of .said estate and ask said corporation shall be conducted .hal be disposed Of liT 'II. copperstto'k : : Ortee sal LsldsP1.se M. f.aIt ...aM
nine. At all': druggists, three *lns. for their approval.-: br the fellowlagoffloera: A Presl-
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CuUrttt OU1" CANi: u>A'ij ; wrIl MOVED TO ARKANSAS and trucking, weekly, at 11.00 per. -
year-three years lor'$!.<*.. Only .
i MUST QUALIFY BEFORE CLERK ,LIKELY TO.:COME BACK HERE livestock and .general farming paperIn .
the stste. writ today.
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dftCUIT COURT OF OSCEOLA ; \
: When a person" once gets his tor FOR RENT ., : .I,'r' ,
it W. B. Crawford, d.mocratie'ex.. her foot firmly planted on the soil of e i ,., {; rti
t eative ft committeeman of /Osceoltt : Florida' and ..wen unwisely extricates DWELLINGS for' Teat 'Apply to M ,
Tiller. ,
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neel'fed'a' eoaratantea to another section
them and
countyfeas ; .hies ' '
chairman of the country there is always that! FOR SALE '. .. '.,,.. .. ./', "h ,
< probability that. >a feeling of :regret. '' . );
', FOR BALB-Bulck car In good condi (
,' tI.. committee announcing 'that' ta will follow, '- .' I. tion. Bargain If' taken ati one. '
p( the absena-of any committeemen of This has apparently' beep instance. Mast. 'sell., Inquire at Oamette office *<'c\t-( b I '., } ,,,. ,: t
vt Osceola county, all candidate.. jot ed, in ,the.cast..of J. V.; Trego who T-tf. ''' SubTropicalMidWinter ; i .

,e l office tshonld qualify/to,1 the) clerk of until recently was located near Kis- FOR SALE).-On* Bets. BI etrla Wall ; ' ,"::': '.
1 the circuit court taf this county.' .Immee but made \all' plans to move Plat, practically new* At. rea : .. ; ,

The'situation, acre !;;.is somewhat to.De Queen Ark., where he said be .sonableprice.. .. .. Appv Valley 7 Ga--t.. . ,r'/o )i, : ,
!' I out of the usual' order of affairs in could farm the way be desired. \ It : '
politic. There, were.but..two, qualified was ia.ii,strictly/arming/ countl'7d he FOR BAL.BJ-.Fln. 'residence property ;- '
t Bounty committ emen, -Rom.Thom. said, a''place where, .be quarter-block, pecan trees, lty.koaks.. H; '
trees
.. cashier of. the he had., 'small orange ;:
p formerly" grown.-Here a groveand flowers, vine. shrubs. Oarage .
r State {Bank of ,KiBsimmee. who is poultry ranch: but -he aspired'to woodshed and two spare rooma In :
; now a-* resident of Patterson Gs., country life on a large scale. I 1,4 rer. Reason for selling. property r .
,, and AftSE. Drought, ,who died recent Mr. Trego settled all of his affairs .too Valley large Ossette.for pr..nt_ owner Apply 1-tf.
. : I ITit ,In Klssimmee.i, among them stoppingthe -
MT.,trawford called the attentionof local paper and with his family 'FOR SAL-My bungalow 17 Beaumont J
the Estate executive committee to moved to Arkansas He had a KJs- room avenue.livingroom Two bed, bath rooms' sleep-, dining .
7 the situation at the meeting of that simmee firm pack all of his house- Ins porch and kitchen. Two fire
body In Jacksonville last week but hold goods for shipment. The railroad laces, all modern improvements.Garage.
. it was declared there that the state '. freight,, embargo occurred and Jr., Kissimmee.. Apply to. O. M. Shoarouse- *-*t-, ',.
committee had nothing to do with his belongings could not be transported ,
the matter although Mr. Crawford and In Kissimmee they remained FOR BALE' -.One block In limits I', .
K : contends it had power to act. !. Then the embargo was lift- of Kissimmee.two acres 100x860: or more.feet Good containing : H It

ed.Now garden land. Also, one five acre lot
REV. AND fiRS HODNETT comes a communication from of hammock land I or 4 miles southof n ...
; POUNDED THURSDAY EVENING Mir. Trego to the shipper of.his St.Sorrento.Cloud. Write Fla. A. 1* Emmer$- t-pd. i;
goods, to keep them at Kissimmeeuntil aon. I
' Rev bland" Mrs: R. F. ''Hodnett received be writes again as he is not SINGLE! COMB Bro n echo Eggs
;a pounding Thursday evening sore he wants them sent to De for b.tClalnlJi. for by parcel i AT ORLANDO
4 they will not soon forget. This, Queen Ark. It is the opinion that .. 0. F. Krlbbs. ,KIsslrame sltf.; -
} does' not imply, that they are any Mr. Trego will come back to Florida
the worse for the treatment, quite break out his household effects and SAWMILL In good condition complete
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the contrary; for they were the recipients again settle down here.. twelve small thousand mill'feet capacity ten to

f of numbers of useful presents er, engine carriage, edges,anotherparts
from the members of their con- ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH complete. Also coven good
i greration. mules,, two log carts, barn. and ftbruarylOi.3s
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The i Idea of showering the pastor Next Sunday is Sexagesima Sunday two wagons.Springs.'Just Apply cut B.out of Altamonte -,
ft.ft a and his wife was conceived by the or the second Sunday before Altamonte Springs. Fla., 0'J. aT..
ladies faf the Missionary society, and the beginning of Lent. Phillips Co.. ..Imm... Fla lt
word was passed around to membersof Services, 10 a. m. Sunday school The for the MiW..iDterEmJia
8ALBI--On. half block cornerBay Sub-Tropical
FOR stage -
"- with adult class for special study.
th. ebureh and their friends to v'. and Cypress. Two hop...; oneI I
1 b .assemble at the bungalow. When 11.00 a. m., Morning prayer and room and one 1 room. ITIc. |00.
.... all :wan i in' readiness. C. W.; Griffin sermon. Evelyn Valdes.-_ lit Cypress gt.y loS C. : '-, ---- seahd all that-.remains, --
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1 called aflbe parsonage and told Mr. '1:80 p.a; Evening priiirud .
dj FOR 8AL.B-On Bmeraoa Typewriter
Hodnett-that a couple l at the bungalow address. model. three, vlslbl as good as new. is for the curtain to rise and the band 't'tto
t wished to be married and invited All seats are free and every one Apply Valley Oasette. tf.
Mrs. Hodnett to attend the is cordially welcome. One block '
-, rt 'I alto, ij Mr, --Griffin} t.;explainedafterwards ceremony north of post office. FOR at attractive 8 ALB-Beoond-hand prices. Osceola Ford Motor cars play and the wheels to go round.

that as there were young COM 107 Broadway.DKI,1OHTT1. \.t
people in the assembly his statement I SUBURBAN HOWE ",
Classified Advertisements
was probably a truthful one. LOCATED JUST outside city limits
tr Rev. and Mrs. Hodnett hurriedly I on the brick road close to fine
prepared for the event and entered large lake that affords fine Ashing The Wonderful
WANTED. !boating, and shooting In season. Exposition
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bungalow to find it filled with The estate consists. of about It acres
hi. flock. WANTED-To do family washing and divided Into excellent rich )
:i ; iv The strains of the wedding march cln'\var'e"'rc"n.; 8a to neoat hammock land, forming a plctar.qu. ..-
'were' sounded when little Misses Geneva beauty spot ao pleasing and
7.t. charming to those who love nature.
a ; L Robersoa Prances Bailey and just the place for delightful valuable Will Start .
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Virgin Harris' wheeled in the WANTED-Whit. dining room girl at country home near enough to I Promptly Tuesday .J
large:: library-table, piled high with Pine Tree Inn. Wlndemere Phone enjoy city advantages-yet enjoy' !
freedom or- lit.' !
Orlando 1100. T-lt. the country An
I = attractive looking paclt...... These excellent S room house well built i
were presented by Mrs. P. Van Du- WANTED-On* or .two good milk nicely furnished : fumed February 10th at 10 a. m. \f fIt
i ..cer who made a humorous speech.She cows. Phone ttO. ,-". more wide than house(0 surrounded feet plazas by, 11 large feet .

f ; closed by assuring Rev. and spreading oak trees, and pretty '
WANTED
,+ : Mrs. Hodnett that each and every -HAVE YOU ANYTHING clumps of bO. cistern, artesian ......... to be a great skew i 0ed> aad raaaiag ever writs exhibit j;
TO SELL? LIST WITH
i, gift was accompanied by the love well. SO or more acres rich. deep ia department and it will be ,.... to be than Fair
US. H. W. ANDERSON A CO. .i muck soil very productive In fact every mere a mere '.
and best wishes .
, > Hodnett of the cloy.r.ReT. REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS. w* herewith offer you an opportunity for ia scope aid ....perti.. it rivals a State Expesitiea.)< I
made a fining response to become the owner of ono of
I and the remainder of the evening WANTED-FURNISHED HOMES. the happy flneat delightful and best horn properties to be found for a LlS1"Eln! Tke very biggest divas shows eves gettea together ia Florida '.,

3 was devoted to merriment.The APARTMENTS OR ROOMS. SEE In the Southland. Best of reasons Banks and Beaks of oraages ... grape/rait representative of this,
ladies who arranged the H. W. ANDERSON A CO.. REAL for selling.. Full particulars to Interested l'
3;i pounding served hot chocolate and ESTATE AND RENTALS.IUSCELLANEOUS. parties. No trouble*to show the State's greatest 1acIutr,. ,

k &;? sandwiches to the party, which numbered S this ACRES property just outside city limit., line Finest Poultry Exhibit 1.
I more than one hundred guests. for fruit poultry and truck farm. -
room house, fronting to the east. .
tf' "I Just love\ moving. pictures! OSCEOLA made. See FERTILIZER F. H. Lawaon.U.CO., good a.. g.and-t'm: by nice shad; Price The finest poahry exhibit ever staged ia a newly prepared building t tset

1 claimed she. $ If dealred.on Nice part bearing of purchaseprice grove, ap ia the highest class by aisay eathasiastic poultry fanciers under tke -;:.
"All right, come up to the eS-j FARMERS sample copy-Bend of today the Florida for *Farmer free delightful/ home. ,. rales of tie Assericaa Poaltry Asseciatioa. .
I never. could do it to suit and Stockman, published at Jacksonville SIX ROOM cottage on DIxIe Highway, .
my
-t .Mid be.i Tells about livestock railIn nicely furnished, new garage, "pretty Three Cracker Jack Exhibits, complete to the last detail frees three
+ a *:, dairying poultry! citrus fruit Olve-way location.price Come of Ill&O.let us Just show readyto you. ceaaties. Vohuia, Seaaaole, and Orange gaaraateed to be the best erer. _

i / .. --' ----- --- ------- -- step In and begin housekeeolnsr. Five splendid community exhibits ., '_ excellency fro.

r EXTRA .FINE well stock stocked farm, fronting well Improved biglake .' Winter Park. ,Winter Garden. Oakland, Ocoee, and Apopka. ,
everything ready. for moneymaking .'

t: / We still have a full line of'High rt print,' let. too us i show many you.things Full to particular tell In- V Special Auto Show .. 'A'lrj;' ,:, ,
to Interested parties. Mustbe ;
, ,, , I lobe I 4 4 '' Oar. First AatemobOe Skew; '
seen fully 'appreciated.TWO 4 --> Special a separate baildlng completely! ] ;'".
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f I << QROVE8; on brick road close'o .
"" \. ', ."ftl!; *, << Shoes \! ,( '" town. line for neighbors, worth flu 4 1 Bed tyitk/popular..car* el .. 1:6-. ' "4"'\\1'!' h, 'C,
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+;. ',. :' 7a" ., '", ", non-residents.price' terms -If desired owned .>ii" \ .5. ." '.." dri tional',1\ .

Ii NELSON REALTY COMPANY. tt'i

t n in all lutesand \ -' ,Tie Educational Building v containing tweatv-foar booths of SckoeL ,.

. tell the only Genuine Retina-Tire County*and State Educational' exhibits of great bit.......
l' . in addltlon to these we have just yt

c. "::t received a big shipment of our I Exclusive distributor for fCistimnxfev Art' Exhibit

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l I I 1'\-' } ,Aa Art Emit of fine drawings, paintings, decorated. china and basketry -

.: Spring ,Low Shoes JACK SPARLING VULCANIZING' by articles of .. ,
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i '"' these the famous ' Voman s Department d. '
, Among are < WORKS., , .
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.' :":\ C* Red" CTOK' Shoes for ladies '. A.W...... Fancy-Work Department witk tkeasaads beanti/al conceptions r'

I ,1, ';, PO.j' 107 Broadway. ; .. of every description captivating to tke womea 0"'.9eJ'7 dime. 4.'

? i< ':Remember we also take orders : 1)0mestic..Fruit Display '
:;;., .Expert Tire and Tube Repairing. J, .

:' u ,.. .:: for,.Tailor' Made Clothes \ ' A Domestic Display ., (Florida! Grew Fraits and. Vegetables, preserved .

\\it.It "' ORDER OP' EASTERN STAR. ,: of rare famterest,wortky tke study.af aa epicare. '

i ,:, ,.. ,01' -' t Ceammerdal Displays,of Preserved Frail and'JeDies' of superior merit

r :t'I, F-RED" s. GILBER T xw.... Chapter No. 12 ...,.by:'tb.'Eatru' c..pa, costing several tkoasaad dollars.
; :.. : : :> , : Meets Ind and 4th Thursdays tale p.... .
Hall.:Broadway. Machinery ::4i.
Fraternity j.Mrs.
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,.. -, - Mary B. Alexander.; VT, nth,
. A Machinery ExkibH embradag; mgr. Ligh atia Irrigating Plowing -
t-'' _'1. \ Miss .JCU "'tb Do...... Oeoye i g ,
P k t: ,.et eperatioa.V '

11 ..' '. ',' \., I A'NRAtaWOODS. GRAINS, GRASS 'SEEDS,'FLOWERS, .

... A 1A ... "4 ....OrA' , > '-of' . 'FERTILIZERS.".SOILS I. EYe. v'

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a I ", DR,.T. M.'RJV RS .. .'.. ., L. H. CEDCE' CEO. 47' SINGELTARY BEST' RACE, HORSES. L to ,

.,' oi i '.rYwii. 1 ,4', .,'. .... ,.. > !-r. ,CasAIer' Vlce-hnw.R' PoeUrrely tke finest aad largest 'program of RACES
,''' ;, : Best String af Horses ever placed...atke, Track. -r't. :

i i .., .' ,w.i> ,\" ... F.... Work*,. Day and Nigkt, M tke Opcaing Day t, by the best arts. .
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Gab.iaatllriCudidatei...' morning by 'SeaaferiiJ, {.Cwagressieaal aad

w ,4 c..,....... Sean; Governor" Catts, Candidate*
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n ... /. ,.{ .,., ", ""r" ,It": "" H.a,' aad W.... aad,, probably Seaater Fletcker;_wiB.:koBer. .,tke Fair by
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Osceola
a Banko' County - Largest School Parade in Florida '


,I KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ft Win occur .. Edacatioaal ,Day when several bandied students will parade. *. I

l: -. A Spoctacalar Pageant by al.-W..a Ckildrea ,descriptive of Florida# History ,

I f I i',oF r ((1!' fi'l x' \ a f. Sacc, *sori. ',to'Citizens tkroagk tke Indiaa Spaaisk. French and Eagfisk occapatioa. #

Bank ,of Kissimmee Other Great J,Features

i 11'" ro4dfnt: < id: !J J i ,; ; )-J; t4" I ,, U.I t:' '., Moviag Pktares by ale State Beard of Health Hnsicsl Contests, Ed.- .

catioaal Lectures, a great "Commaaity Sing" by 300 Tearists Ckoras.aad: 1'I '

\ f.. ("fJ"If) l pFLf, "J : .." ; ", last bat sot least, JOHNNY JONES GREATESTxSHOWS ON EARTIL 400 .. '
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,', pe....,. employed la ..., woaderfal eatertaiaments, aaimal I skews, .... r. X1 ".

show,,. Wild West Little People,,sad a kaadred ,ether fraly great featares., JI
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