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: December 17, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00990
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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;t .fbLYiSUN. AY- FIREi.i.: .VISITORS, ARE, DELIGHTED .WITH KISSIMMEE J .' BASS EXONERATED' ''




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!_: t .' PLANT ': ' MANY' PROMISE MQRE INTENSE'INSPECTIONVR ,ON HARRIS ATTACK .'':


"i' i1.Mie ,IPI., Bruce With Valuable ,. Jury. Decides Fred M., feats Gofldecr.
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it': ." Mafot.} Pertiea. .of: Baildinra METHODIST PASTOR IS v : WAS SEVERELY 'INJURED". March.! ,Eye of Victim. Badly,'-Tom
; i* f (_ V'Tb SCHOUL FACULTY FIRE DEPARTMENT '-.0.-. .
v J5!!!. ' plant' 0'--the Tucker Wood- RETURNED- TO"KISSIMMEEThe ,I .BY FALL_ __FROM' TRUCK 1 ."We. 'thi jury\flnd, the. defendant. ,
1."e.. .Hrlck.: Company was practicallydestroyed --- .0 Fred"!Ba,*;' not ,uiltT1i,a. charged! intb ;
membership of the Methodist While making the to the fire.at .
a run '
by fire for Which an alarm church well host of friends .IS NOW COMPLETEi '. ELECTS OFFICERS : the Tucker plant Sunday'momlncr Indictment.*, ronoaed. c' -* .
a* a* a '
L" .was sounded ''at six o'clock Sunday w T. The jury was" ;, of'.H+ .c.Llahb.y . ;
1 In,Kissimmee and the adjoining sections i .. J. Shuman. one iof the members
morning -although the boiler vfnA -- W. Mark AVstaon ,T. .3.-
of the county, will learn with Schfob R.maul'; "Sainmy" After Sia Years *. of tho department fell ,from the ;
Still Lupfer
'y. .ng ne-room, in which were established pleasure that the Methodist'confer o <; truck: at a point near' where the firewall Ivey David Jennings;.Ff $,4rnlerf:
(" the saw and the centrifugal. ence at .Tallahassee has" returned- to I Accredited: List' ''Decant 'of'. Strennons. duefsbip, Bees To Be Allowed ToRiH3 in progress and suffered serious H. 'A..Myers. t. ; tthiatweek k

.. drykiln" escaped all serious damage. this city and Shingle Creek Rev. R., Work of Principali Still A Member injury. He was removed to hi'* ,.home Such wall theoutcome'of<< the'easeSf
ThaUoss ls'-t timated Jit about $$10.- wherein ,Fred M.' Baas wa l
K, Ilodnett, who has filled those pulpits where the attending ph f
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.k. 000-which .-riU be largely augment. ''I for several yearn. The return 8 I.. is that several ribs ,wen fracturedn charged with assault". and' battery 'k
Lupfer I1ilt'hprwate
Junior '
M. now
.d by the In..llity'to. 1111 orders forth i D. Cooper'a Michigan man, a a / the of;.William? Bv Ifar ,pvi..during
upon ,
:' made also In 113 the ligaments of 'arm left person! ,
assignment was ac graduated "A. student, has been In the Klssimmee Fire Department one were '
J ;K. paving: brick which were finding cordance. with the desire of the clergyman is In bad .,1"Ondltion-benJr which assault th victim. ,
and
to extended ..sorely tom
added'to the faculty of the Onceola enjoy an j ''
hi
sncb "
> I"" popular favor and suffered the sever* jnjury. to aye! ,,
retrained,
':?:a.> But for the fortunate discovery High as a teacher of ncience and vacation after six years of steady, -. sight from the. effects of which, Mr.Harris .. .""r ,
coach of the boys' athletics-thus service 'There are!' others who ("can }
i If'| 'of the at the extreme top has never.recovered bis, tror. ,- .
building the has existed do just as well ari I have done" Sam'aavs."and ]I t eJ
filling vacancylwhich .
"'of'the and the'prompt turn. mal l condition. .. .' ,
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GUARDIAN OF TRIP since the opening of the institution.The' it'n only fair that those TOURISTS-PROVING
eonsderabliInterestthe
int hi of an'alarm by an earlv-riser others The case was one"of .
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should tiI
have hack it
iir\all probability the remainder of continued lack of a teacher in a at assault I\ip .to.;, V '
,, thin department would have 'removedthe it, was at the meeting of the de. f
; \ oecurredlon'Saturi3' .
the .building would have suffered the the case having 1 .
4 i- aame destruction. No 'watchmansoit HURRIES AWAY THE school from the accredited list pjirtment hold on Monday evening, ASSET TO TH' CITYCOUNCILMENTHINK. day March A,' of .the current 'year", >
.''; ni.* reported. wasi' on duty. The but for the special work done b" the when Mr. Lupfer asked that he be when. the/defendant wag candidate for,
i department lost bet little time in principal. A. II. Fillers relieved from the chicfship, and that nomination as -state-senatorfrom,ithe ''
1.1 The new science teacher is a graduate he be allowed to merely retain, binmembership. Y
I answering the call, but there was a I KISSIMMEE GUESTS district comprising1 Oaceola, Orange,' ;
Th'rwaR
discuHsjoii
.y of the Northern Iowa University some '
lck of w.ter.prt'"ure.-at'fOrdinlt' to and Seminole .cbuntiear. Trial .of the -
f J :the statements ,of. the departmenttrhkh -. and comes to Kixsimmw. with upon the subject-but the case"' has been postponed from tima; ,t'' '

'.' ,, was' Weded for the host of I Kusimmee Car Show Visitor Something high credential, The school. of resignation was finally accepted Official. Assured That Courtesies Ex to timeand It 'wa'l noC'.u tl1 this.'., ,
.I. The list of officers selected is ,
this county in conjunction with as ? of '
'neTvlc.1 When matters were ad- be-I term the court h.t' the- -
{ county ,
of Brief !
City During Stop
low tended Roster of RuLber-R
Uen
schools of all Florida counties have ( : "
, ,Jasted. in the moot "resultful way i ? case wa heard .
I'"'W there.. were vast volumes of Water. Till "Time"' Was Called I been handicapped by the lack of James Buckles] chief; Bert Suhl Are Intensely AppreciatedEvery I The evidence.'Submitted was prac f!, ,

'II,,t poured on the flames and the slowly- I qualified in nearly all de. assistant chief; Max Crouton captain -- ticallv the Ilinne' .. the account pub- '
: "' consuming. material that carries sorrttat There were two pullmans filled partmenta-and Oecvola deems her ; Julius Smith lieutenant; Roy << possible effort to 'make the 1 lI.hedln thia paper of Friday M.reh\\! k ;' ', ',
.j a percentage of Inflammable I with sight-seers shunted on the sidetrack self fortunate in securing thin member Graves president; Sam Prather, visit of those who reach' Klssimrnee 12. On that d.te'1hent' eer d the, .,"r.{ 1

,, .wubota"t 1'l ,- A .r,. could be made boeauao,_ f the* morning-fifty-nine people who' In the recent past there has been ; J. M.\ Smith treasurer; Perry the United States is being endorsed editor w,' ". ' ,.
1' '>Jsr condition surrounding; the bfft that. had been filled with tales of considerable fear that the local high Crofton, fire police by the member of 'the "Th statement" of Editor'Harrisla .: .
:'' s tould. be done was to prevent the tract!veness of Florida and who.de4 school would be removed from the CARRYING ON BUSINESS Commerce aa well as by members to the'effect that became IncenbeTJ -'. l iPf':'
",< pj,+ preadlnr uf the flame to .t1Ie" !'' or : sired to learn for themselves if all lint of'accredited institutions becauseof the city council-that one object being -l' b 'c,1iu-'' be dl rasa receive, a ."1::" ,
M I lion of the plant. A all things could be proved. The par+ a lack complement of teachers WITHOUT SECURING LICENSE to make each of these visitors reading notice in The Kissimmee;, ':
Th. portion of the plant'destroyedrontainrd ty was composed of those ready to '-'and the .situation was deplored. a genuine booster for this city and Vallev Ga.zette9then he .advertised \. -
the heaters and ",mixers, learn eager to Imbibe every point of Regarding these rumors, and to dispel Ten men appeared in the county county. Thus far success hat last Friday his candidacy. Mr. Har-i' ;., .. 1
irt .the. ) ahapera, the huge preys whereinthe information given anxious to deter. any false Impression which may court to answer to the rharge of doing ed the efforts. Early in the crown.'j;+ ri* says .that Bans entered, histfflee) -, ( '. till,
::1 formed brick were given their mine in what and how many respectsthis be common it may be Raid that thare were features about the'prem- In The Gazette building. Friday? af-v Jt :,
business without license. W.
j, final treatment and other mechanical section of the state excelled Principal Killers is. 'in receipt of a a isefc not conducive to attractivenessin 'rnoon and words passed betvre.trl ,y1' '
.i device used: in the world; and the.f' their home-localities; they were of, communication from the Southern J. Mallett was fined one dollar and fact there were some things tbem)" that .Bas*' became ''.insulting >t r"r r" j'4and
necessary delay in securing duplicate the class who. would be valuable addition . Commission on Accredited Secondary cost*; C. W. Bruno and acquitted; there which ''reminded the visitor of ; "was ordered out of the office; ,.
and re-erecting the buildingwill to any community in which Schools. congratulating: upon the sentence! was suspended in the cases "regular conditions" found In too that he left and |lt4 incident .vraV, > yum ht '
; make the renewal of business, they might 'decide to invest and lo-. fact that the Osceola high school of John Daniels 1'. E. Morgan, many camp grounds; but these have J* >osad closed. .\ ." .,' .I, '
activities a slow process. The busin stands upon the accredilist for Inaiad Noon. J. W. Downing, C. been remedied through the activities''' "Saturday, morning a*.'.EditorHar.' i- p '
<-which hall'been In expvrlnenta-- cate.Secretary J. I). Wooc bock. of the the current year; a declaration Zellers, and J: McCranie! : and the of numerous individuals. At the present 1'1. was crossing-.7.' \ parkVay.',on"a "j "
I '.'.' tion for several years had just reach- Chamber of Commerce, Mayor J. 8. pleasing to the faculty as well us to charges.against. Jens Harris and M. time things are in a condition to Broadway Bass approached'him, and ; '
... .. ,"KMf>the point where order were coinIng I Cadet President of the Council II. all patrons of .the ,schools_ C. Sampson were dropped merit high approval; in fact, the asked him" if he.Intended' to .apolo-' 11," (#'"
hi Zor this brick whkh has morelaatingt M. Breaker, and many other citizens, - - - - -- general run "of those who make these (vh.rl would 11,.. Base, have to *' .'.

and more durable qualities I I, were ready with automobiles to car- grounds their headquarters for either give':him a good licking Mr. liarrts ,Jo'J. it..t.
, .' n any,. paving; material' on the j> rv aa many as might desire to go HANDSOME TRIBUTE GRAFTERS GALORE a short or a more eftended declare replied hat.he'bad nothing.t;; : ''Win.
"J'I tarkcli: and the plan of tbo com (I about the city and the nearby locali , : "We seldom find a spot so" 'apologue for. 'Thereupon Bas. grabM
ny.' ** set forth in 'a communlra. ties. The time was very limited nicely adapted for this purpose-and ,bed the editor bv the ;co'lnrf! and a.J' ."rc
r. to,, the city 'Council and it was made the more brief when FOR JUDGE MURPHY NOW THREATEN TO we seldom find a place where the I scuffle ensoefl. Bass. I*. .'"oeng man, .)
.J ',the> one full block should beJmniledt .j| I the man in charge of the party ascertained grounds are so well-kepi. In fact'' atfout. six! feet there, inches.'tall. ,; i"'"
1 "1aI",1a1d in thief City. wh ra thebjtek [ that a remarkpbly good we are delighted .with everything II} weighing over two -hundred pounds,. ., '
!; was Invented will-.noitbe.-r. ..i-''impression! of Kiasimmee was being Kissimmee" !Harris irf a man > f.mall. itatoreu.. .\ .'
HIS FRIENDS FLOODKISSIMMEE .
,l,M'aJslpidelay.d.. .rr' ( fft talned bV the visitor Such seemed FROM . Thc...matlei1 of 'the ground land light 1 n--wlelghtnandTefood"neNh c4't.;'>*":

.( A' detailed examination of the deatvoycd. not to be his intention-as the party their upkeep was before the council : in the.nl'Ounter.- lfefell'.nd'Baa'e; ; b!:

.,."fr portion of the plant-by; J. was booked for other portions of Charming Silver Loving-Cup Presented Shrewd Grafter Along Various Lines at a recent meeting, and that 'bodY;' on top ,of, him,' ..struck him' with ,his \,,
\. Wade Tucket; show that thei" loss I tnls I section of the- state; and it was :eat officials were a unit In favoring:!fist, then rouged'' rout Harris'' :ye'
.'" wWI not be ns severe'as was at first i Apparently!1 feared thomany of the Retiring County Judge After Devoting! Their Attention To This this class of tourists. The' council I with one of ills ftne-erUI.j *n penetrotirisr *,*- r

'; J.'tf estimated.' The loss was then placed 1 II visitors might carry away too fav. Eight Years'of Service I Section of The State realizes that there Is an Increased 'deen into the 'optl ., .Sheriff {
,{ r .t '$20.KX). Mr. Tucker state that'i ruble Impression of this city which "" cost In traveling by this mode--o Ingram and 'others polled Bas* from 'V.'
l not' more than half that sum will be ,. IK. ever delighted to entertain all. There was .,,' unusual proceedingat Police authorities arc sending out conveyance over that of using the the prostrate form' of- the ditor:.'-; ,if!
...:.. firmed.. t _* '. ,-nome Of the heavy ,machinery Consequently the "get-away call! ---and the surprise of one'of the participants the.f'con" men who have made this these people' have more of fared a fractured'rib/'and' wa.other*';. '' ", ':
:r/j': having been but slightly affected ill was sounded' aj soon aa possl e. was genuine and unaffect i state theirheadquarters. 'for winter world's goods than a first glance th"1 wise considerably bat red' .."; abused -. "
.' tbe. flame. 'th There was mn excuse1' made that the ; when George P. Garrett, operations for some years are still on the conveyance and the .traveler ; and the effectsj of th.lault! l\q.I .+,
One proof of the excellence of brief shower which came at a most representin the bar association; with their "skinning projects and themselves might 'indicate. The- pea are vtlll apparent',unon the. victim-. . ,
'*, \ 7',... w od-U brkk as a paving materialx inopportune moment prohibited much railed the attention of 'Judge T. M. that especial warnings should be realize'that' some of -the visitors Information was i tilled ....In.t Fred, 14.;:Jt ,
\I. t x 'w*>;i>rou ht about by this fire which "=gt-seing; at the name time the Murphy to a certain existing condition circulated, through the press to all have "the ''makings" of. those who M. Baa On the' har".o: mayhem c '
*',wae fnriously, hot and"was prolong. sun quickly shown as If to deny any which had prompted .the.'mem [visitors. The east coast cities are are looking! / for sites for new home and he was placed-under' an'appeart' ; ,
;'i r ettATa stack of wood-tex brick such .l1ep ..m. While the brightness hers of the legal fraternity and the thronged with federal officers detailed or possibilities for new ventures. ; anee bond of five thousand ..4011.by .'.*'-:
,);tKti whicK' war In. the hottest of the wa iffy late to permit" an extension courthouse officials to select devise, to keep.close lookout for these that some of them .well-able to the county judge..J;! Tha. following v.
,t 'I. 'flame for many hours was but of iourtesies) it was sufficiently segregate and otherwise procure one clever .crooks-the desire upon the I buy what might please their fancy-f grand jury considering,, ..the'case.1" f Ji'
L* 4''.l lighlly burned.-merely the chard early to allow many of the liver loving-cup, which then and part of the government being to I and pay for what they buys; and the disminsed the ,chirg: *'V cd ..mayhem -i' 0$
the .1>rtck being destroyed by visitor to eTBres their pleasure and there they desired to present to the shield the weak-minded wealthy from : Prvpie of Kissimmee realize also, and brought. Ina: bUl.lndlctttllr",, < .
j. I In1>Mi demonstrated fact that the interest in Klssimmee, and renew a said Jud..-e T. M. Murphy, In appreciation the depredations that are sure to that every satisfied visitor ''''will prove Vt_ Baa. .n a< charge of' assault 'and'v lo .
; rnataxUl'vwaa ; practloally fireproof. oromioe that they desired to come of his yeara of presiding over follow when these a continual advertisement 'for the ,battery;:and the preseptterm: of;the.: '. ",
;r. 'No ouch teat had previously. been here when there would be sufficient the court of Osceola county; and meet the gullible. Jrleeflul' i city and tb county and the .te.: : t'ount court ...:the,. aa*.'comt't.-"*, l
\ riven., this material_nd th* adverflM time for them to the more fully en- thereupon the handsome tribue was the i Before another season shall, roll j trialiwlthrthaed. 'TUuly ,aa tabor..atatReai ;' t:
Ii
: \t' konl4b mad ,much ef in environments. 'past. season muclyof sue there will be provision made .. :I,.
me toy the city, tno placed before the astonished judge. '' and around < 4V : t. t"" ,
gained these, men ::4.
.ffivfair publicity to\the,.nature of the The recipient endeavored to express cegr women has by been -ciever by ,"lIxlng"both for caring for.a.vast number of.visi] T.;_'coati.' argum ::.6j;'Lie ","+'t fIIaa; 'x+ '"'-+

(*" '.Work"will' '. \> LOCAL BANK: OFFICIAL, his appreciation of the gift-and officials jyuined and lower and tore who may by mean of was.that'the matter.wa but a'twtvall ,"" '
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hlgner '
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; commence ., lty! 04t. .restoring, plantnd Mr. LEAVES. .' FOR* ,GEORGIA. thanks 'were strongly manifested. when.tbI8wa.' / one there was a that certain accommodations.and attraction of'a ,- .'oa\ prosecution'' roald ha,.' : "
," T .flicker. believe, hat'.enotinoe. &than -:.:. The handsome 'cup stands some freedom / rom all arrests eitiren'towatch nature that will alluring. Every ' ''it .appea'f\.n4\ :tbat it: MuYtwsstto !'; ,_ ..
'*. .Creeks will, elapse befor 1 the: in- 't O. Rouotrel'after1. being. connected fifteen:-inches high and Is" a splendid painful: for af law-abiding would visitor ahoul trove; '' this in mind; the p4felldant-ihat lie: bit, 1' ""t '
,, { atftutlon will fc#'In a'poelUovntft' contlmi with i the'eRsnk" of Osceola piece', of ornamentation. Upon the A' vtraight payment no matter how well-pleased each AttorJIet. ke an.: lot,the.eqel: if " "
the manufacture.'of: JjMrwoooU' County; 'for 'm than; 'three year, on- sidle Is the Inscription: (be ficer.-and made .to some'.leading county the wordwellt'fo of : may bed ri"jCthe present ylslt don;: rnted': thl", ''','''''f'clarfo.r -' <
r ,. ?'ttsr.'Pl'Gdllet.'Wht I Is bound to' trfate! has Severed- connection with that o44eeoeoo'oaoaaeeood. f from that time there '.:n.. be_ found! next season -fArgreater : that-to'Ro fbrough .: :
.; a Arevolntloii in 'pavirw;' )-claM institution'"'and\on. Wednesday ,left l 0 '"Presented to. the 'Honorable *' )| that the 'remainder of the 1ndUlef.tl':. to s come.here..', cappedpaed'br..tbe 10.-1p.-ht.owo.' :t ,

4hifhway*. ; *t<'"* "' for a .6rRt visit* at o his old home in f T. M. Murphy County Judge 0OsceolCl / .* force'-anyth would'out never of the even ordinary glanceat : The, clty ;determined thong partial' 'loss .af.;aight'wi.dt"cpoditt QJ:+1....'7

J. NtW TELLER {AT ,BANK \;;. Gordons Alabama.Commencing the .< Countv. f lorida,,. bv the r* nightmare them in the face. which; i, this line 'The'*,Chamber' of that, n.t on..cf:! thZ') 'jury would en- ..!t'\. .
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first of the year->Mr. Rountree will e Members of. His Bar and the:;* .' merce j* "of the-.*am _opinion..'j; do'nr", an 'C l1l1lderatio\a:' 1I }-"4 ?.
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OF COUNT service with the, Citiieni Bank, But/ this there 'will be'a different 'Un Corn-I fJ 4 i t."" :
\ -v 2 > OSCEOLA begin Officials. of Court/', year business men feel precisely .tJtU eyidende.erenthat, ,;:.1
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( >VJJt t ." r .., at Brlnsonr Georgia; ,as cashier: His line of( procedure-because same< list.. Every!: '. private,. 1 defendant! ,'tended to' Ihowithatthe': :' .;>, .
1? ''i>. E; Donald. who hat been-"...Ist- Mr. and Mrs. Rountree\ ha been 44. .... ..+ +. 0.. ,. 'pine f of the work 'ot.-pallt years can' poisenaed of. he., importance of Aesaut rwaa' COnllO/tted"taJId/ ,',tb4t"ltn": *" ) '

( 'ant' cashier the First National the recipient' of .numerous I enter """'he obverse bears these words?) officials duplicated.! Not that some Ing: t0-meal:'people-*" ,Alld,"wth"ad Jurv :tothel nlaintilh."etaally;,Woks .,\'
.1 Sank -of Marlboro, New,Y ,,ie ldent of" KUslmmeer-where he been determined-among' uch being 000000000 the'7ea.h emolument-. at all; but. matter,. therein*:;not the least doubt '.'oltt, the nide'nC: ; asrougbt.at' ; i"; "
t "Is-fllling' th*post ef.. teller In, the a1 dinner 'Sunday, in1 their honor by 0 "In recognition n of his iecord,0 the, public in "0""to those methods that--KlKKjjnmee'! next season "will.'be and ,'4;( naldf'l'h! alsbt'\h'n" tnjuryabatdti'haYbe.sf :, !,.,
) 'hank '.f .Qsctola County' Mr. 'pon- Mr<; Celeste J.. Fripp. :Mr. and Mrs. 0 as an honest and fearless Judge, e -i-ahd' the officers realize that the the WFS-a ,toward .which- thousand: I"cud'! 1o ,the.lKr:! 1fJt' .:.e
wl .old nlthoaght. a man 'h.* won) Rountree will atop '..enroute' to the 4 and a Token of(he Personal Af 4 coarse. work will not longer be tolerated. will. aim, their',headlights,. >. .", : Uunllalntltr) : t.. ,: :r': .. :.t
.",' .tlM-r'.teelQ'of: tb..event banking' former ...name, of )It.' BountreeWauchubt' 4 fiction and Esteem in which he-* .;They: are "afraid of newspaper .''' "' 1\J the: l-.t! .
Institutions' .with which hi has, been ;_ : 0 is held by; the Donors." 0 notoriety" and greater care must be' SUNDAY" BAND:'CONCERT :'/: Jury .pI.c1..ttJ ..rl1l"tbat;', !'nuworll.t;, I

< cenneoted, .and, comea'la, this city OOOOO000ee000004404t'In eat;rciaed: and no ,m.Uer how much PROGRAM !ARRANGED luaUf".n.J..ul '"'andinstrutted. \. ,
.. m with the best- of,recommendation' ; OSCEOLA,.HIGH SCHOOL of the and the county,officials may feel the need of - 1 th!.Jurt thatif; > ... f' ,t '
speaking gift .
.trother :for ... they confident that t.. .. .;r 1. '
))7M 1r.t.Do".14.: : ; was money' are the\L:evidence ,>
it
e HAS. FINE ORCHESTRA message conveyed Judge In accordance v lIb Its usual ..custorn -. 'tn.1bellnedffiJ'o .l
tt ,J.: -%om time "connected of We.tPalm'Beaeh.with .the ''FlrltlJt..Bal1k / _, later aaidj "I feel that few judges brightly erttokedness which succeed stands in out turning too throughout fti, lesson Uie'.Kjft"smm sault1 had been. ( ; 4 .k'
may ..ho.ldQi/\ the ;
g ;holding: a cashlership More,than*' a acorefof' ptipil have of courts like., mine 'stand any bet. thllm from the payroll front which fr Concert |:and will renderamother InatriKtion:: th /.ourt \we"j'j; ;'IJ-

:_ 1..J: lerclal-B.pk-.ot: ..UveI' taken: Instrument In:.tbe' .111:;h schopi ter. with the .legaprofession. I have tried thanin always comes the butter.and bread for their ? of'. its' mO.ent.rt.lahllt very,i plain'''' i teat of Joryro? \ ::.
and'A Bt .Yoder. .who i* Osceola'coun'f.; entire term of office. As A. result. carts on'Sunday afternoon,commencing . *
fr ; *, both, are pie., orchestra ', and have n>iun to be decisions '
\ eompeteninetruetorbave justin my the confidence and women have. I lat four ..' loek'. :Thenew'oon"ductorJM. : b ,
.4 in...n ,their Ipslpess\ moving a: ) have even sought to take no advantage men wer*; fair-t.:'beh'p.rtkstl "..."
aetcured tutor! Mr. Yoder.1* and will work -fC.ltigharhaa'; made
; .' .been a* ( arranged new plans empluticId4th4lelthat'no'word.tjustifv'an, J'-
:! ":. of any of those brought. before excellent in .practice-work were .'
". a 'member' then Kissimmee Concert along new lines. The result of these progress .... ; :.
ti ,r Band? arid'' come tOt'itm:: > city with me.. Oft courseall attorney cannotat cfianges will be known only at the with' the personnel,1 ,of the band-And: .ndt1tattbe'1UrJ'.heuld.il"; ttte.
x fCONDEMI1& all mH feel highly pleased at '.} .1Ie.I,. the part 'offachmejnber 4
skinned be .there
upon-
COPPER .BOLTS the highest-9f, ,Aecommendation the decision -of the court:',but 'U IIlIibl. and the. may' the 'task potId nee 'ot"evxdaael lf_owad frAICStsaultIudibe.n'comin
i. iJf i..ti.- f fsi' both as ,* musician ,ahd *as .' teacher that right down in their willing';;'to M'fess up" their mla e.hd.hortcomlnga e to accomplish' ) tty ti
rab\.ttoubl.J.\ ' bJen& axWfencedin -' -and.1*!takinrspeeial-pans! ; 'in his seems heart the lawyers feel that I have after the finances. and to attain perfection.. 'Addltlonsa. th defendant.gnUty.r. .?Jji?. '
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being mad to .,the membership 1-1
of
"" work with the pupil the high : .
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thl with -
city i 'The case :
1:. endeavored to be- always -square" f Continued on Paste Rlahq.HOW in Wtiff
; and each concertshows a gain
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that aN .connected by the County'Attortey' Milton:' *t? ,,
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\ i of bolt made of copper. It 1 i.. The following )!. the;]Buster Sof ...O..O. OO..O .ot.OO ...O..O.-. .... .4. .O proficiency, amongthe' playera v .:: most abl"1a.alste"ob7.i : ....
... Sunday1 afternoon
iliy'uppaad: that,copper bolt. those Tormlntf ;the o' 1ehe.tra" underdir.'on. The"-concert: ,..for1 who took..tb4t' IlIlti'u l aasthb''', ...
.,..w,#, be the best that-could be.*.- of"ProfeBaor :Yoder: will ferry ',the following program U'hpenonlll' attofnp: ,s
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: "l ItA "'!Ii,that their lastingqualities Frank ,K ed,Clyde", 'arrl..ltfrtl. S. PEOPLE although, It is,: possiblethat alight ;:. andt the deist.:' 1'thek
-. 'w >*..w' be, treat.v ,than ..bolts' .made H..Bull ftr.*-*,violin*j Walter Griffin, MANY MOW? A eh naell. 'will be foond. oilthe'SFor-; ; resented by 1 Pala:Jielltst l'
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; ,twii 1 . THE >KISSIMMEE .VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1920 to ." .

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; DISGRACEFUL PROCEEDINGSAT IFS THE, KISSIMMEE'WAY. .. don tat 'while' The Gazette! was : i 4 n
r named." ----'". RUB MY ISM
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FLORIDA
; UNIVERSITY t v'
: .. Green leave dance aflft shimmy In this respect it mlght be well -to
: ,., down here Kissimmee say that in' a city Jlhe. size of Kls.
Gainesville, December 18.-lIadnl,, Wherr the sweetand ,balmy simmee, with apparently quarters I U: a powerful Antiseptic .afJ Paw
at the of Florida- ,
University
A f > GoodmanWoodall .: reached a point wherte the faculty i II s My hone-land-breeze* gently I Jove blow dear;-but. I'm visitors occupied, 'the with entertainment l regular and of season more killer, curd: infected"cuN; ;"jot.oU.,,>sores. ..
unable to the
quell disorganizing) very glad I'm bere' than four hundred guests for three' etc. 'Relieve' Sprstgsijeue.
:
:. actions.'Several '' have been "Far away from the .Ice. and drift. days was 'an event which required letter (, ,. {;
'sophomores
knocked lug mow. some' close computation.! These visitors ralgia Rheumatism.Prentis _
unconscious Freshmen
by entertained to "bed and .,
lit :. who have been beaten nearly 'ever;y Northern schools" are far ahead; so J breakfast"were-the remainder of the .

night since the'opening sot school.: thought,. but here Instead : service being secured by: the ,delegates I t.......
.
: they say and have finally revolt* I find the kiddies are abreast the flS best they saw fit; but the ,
The! Grocery against the treatment they are receiving. -
New times
"We do not mind ; hospitality of the people was beyond & Thomas
ijevweeks
a
of initiation If you'd .but venture forth from the question 'That the Entertainment I
i : hating or sail distant frozen north "remains fact how it I
Next to Chamber'of Commerce y was provided a ; .
of the Freshmen here .
one who refused the. offer to fro home today and; You'll" find, they're up. to. paF in was provided remains a mystery. r ..t

: armed,,himself instead, "but thre southern climes. And every Baptist in the state 1 AUTO RfPAIR'SHOP.
who at the convention
was a guest
months of it is too much to stand
The grandest sight to me is a laden carried Away some mighty good i
I have been able
-not to study at
OUR : night, and hardly a Freshman ha orange trees opinions of Kigsimmee.A .. and .t
MOTTOr Resembling a living mound of gold; --- I Storage
made in
a passing grade 'any nub
And Ill hold
in mem'ry dear thee remedy that will penetrate is
: iect, so pestered and bullied have w<
welcome of good cheer- necessary ins the treatment of rheu- ,,
PRICES. THE FAIREST been since we came here. Of course
the Klssimmee
And takes
way you matism. Ballurd's Snow Liniment
I will not return after Christmas, be-
QUALITIES THE BEST in the fold! the flesh the
pops right through to I
: cause I am wanting my time here I BRING IN YOUR CARS
bone and relieves Three
but I refuse to let them run me'away promptly.
;
Hugh Kephart, .- sizes bottle.
and
until the Christmas holiday begin.." 30c. 60c, $1.20 per
: Everett, Michigan. Sold by Koberson's Pharmacy. 't* '
heads of
The 150 Freshmen have . .
- - --- -
just been shaved, and the upperclassmen I j
FINANCIAL SUPPORT Statistics show that l,0i,4.: > |
are hunting for the others who
NEEDED FOR ATHLETICS deaths occurred in the United States j OPEN FROM
were overlooked, hid at the
away during 1SI19. This is at the rate of '
These boys will treat right. Drop in' ud give them an order time or who succeeded in whippingtheir '|
: you 12.9 The' I .
1,000
particular %arbera." The school pupils who are inter.ested per population. unusually 7AM.to10P.M.R.
y -for they will be glad to serve you. For a COMPLETE LINE OF Another Freshman interviewed today .. in athletics, both the boys and high rate for 1918 was due i,
is one who is spending for an the girls, feel that the public should to the influenza epidemic. This ra.te
{ GOODIES GIVE THEM A TRIAL education the money he saved out of the better support the contests that was 18 per 1000. JrI

his $33 per month in France. "Noth are frequently conducted on the uth- 1 I
ing I went through in the army ht'reor eletic field and that those who wit-
overseas for two years is as bad) ness the sport should "come across"
ng what they have done to me here, with the small sum that is requested. '
he said "I am sorry. I was ambi- The fact that from neighboring I MINICKDruggist
tious and I worked hard but I am roofs, and that from locations n hit G.
going to fait in examinations he- distant from the immediate 1 scene of I _
my
A COMPLETE LINE OF f'uusp' they won't let us Rtudv for art Ion "the plays can be viewed< nicely should not those who"
I'II7.inlu" every nijfht. I will not cause I
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
:. I com* back next year" This boy laid me watching t the performances tocan5ul
out four of the upper-classmen but r a ticket unnecessary, ;; mid I
others finally overpowered him 't would seem to anyone of fauvlrantrs ]-
'.' poured syrun in his hair and then ; thai a --- : little enough to the folks" I
i shaved it off, lining syrup instead. of pay young
1 f | soap "It was the most painful I for the cntei'Urinment they nr("- fur I

Your Trade Will Be Appreciated thing! I even went through" he ,,"i.'hut ./, I ni>hrIK.: Recent cases. have conicto SPECIAL MAXIXE CANDIES-$1.25
r, I' I was so bruised from mv for. uht! where those who were viewing I
I flier fights I! had to submit to It." 1 the game tribute requested towards settlingthe .
("hamborlain'fi Tablets I.illof tin club; and the: management i SATURDAY--SUNDAY-MONDAY to

Goodman & W oodall'J't These tablets are intended esperinlly '- feels it but fair to call atIcntiuii I
for indigestion: and constipa 1 to the derelictionThose. who
I tion. Thpy tone up the stomach mid tire 'loyal will he those who are will Select Your Christmas Presents Now.

Proprietor {: |enable it to ,perform its functions ing to pay for "adm ission"-no mat LIGGETT'S, GUTH'S, AND JOHNSTON'S CANDIES r
naturally Thrv net oil the' 1".1' where that admission may be lo
| prntlj:
NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ::: liver and bowels, tlwreby restoring cated. /' In Christmas Packages-$1.00 to $15.00

BROADWAY KISSIMMEE :: t the stomach. and bowels to n !heiilthvfiindition. 1 ---- Calkin' Self.Filling Fountain Pens no leak $.!.50$1( 0.00
SPEAK OF THE GAZETTEIN
When you I feel dull stupid
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Pencils $1.00 to $6.00.
.:. 1 and constipated. give them o a I PLEASING MANNER Eversharp
trial. You ore certain to be pleased Ingersoll Watches $2.50 to $11.00.

Mr} '?4 @4+."x--: .>->g,">,..>.;".."'rr.x">fiti:":...."x->->OoW4rr:.{>-;"..">-.."}.........:.ti-... I with their-effect.- -._-- *. A personal. communication from Eastman Kodak. $1.05 I and up.
I Revi. It'olluls, oJJ: Oca la, who act- i Imported and Domestic Toilet Water and Perfume
i CINCINNATIANS COME 1',1
:":":":..:OO:..:..>.:..:..:..>-:..:..:..: :">->-:..:..: :.'><..x.o.:..:..:.< :..:.(..:-:-:-:-:-:..:..:-:- FOR SECOND SEASON flu! lt1st Convention i lecently held in Traveling Cases $4.50 to $15.00.
.. Kissimirwe.. !bears this significantparagraph ,
: M'
I I The Beer and Popular Stationery made.
:i: and Mrs. M. B. Reynolds I who : mosl
I spent last winter in Kisaimmee, have "Tlw Florida. BnptKt convention Cigars in Christmas packages (from $1.90 I to $1000.
Dust I ; before the close of its recent
[ arrived to ;
"Jrain-IInd plan remantill
aitP nlioi't. the first of May. They KiisunmiM* Inl."ltingdiM''h'd me, as Shop Early AtKissimmee's
found the city, and its environments its secretary, to assure you of our j
& Prather I *o atisfiictorv. last season that_ theyI very great': appreciation of the courtesies Best Drug Store 1r
Lupfer (I!decided to make this city their rpgular i. I of yourself and The Gazette
? winter home, and will I soon have J in connection with our very pleasant i it ,
I In number of friends from Ohio, join //t sojourn in, your city. The action of I r J
!. )the N.n"'lltion'a taken by resolu- .
: tI\<'m. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds are
.. ,ininkintf their headquarters. at 'JU.r: I .
Church street I .

ANNUAL-CONFERENCEOF -- I

A. M. E. CHURCHESThe I '


Garage I twenty-ninth annual conference Our Christmas Readiness c.

:! of the churches of this denomination
will be held in the Zion

s 'I church, West Kissimmee on Wed-
; 12 with Bishop L. 4
. I nesday, January ,
J i' W. Kyles,' D. D.,-presiding. It is .
.\I' ,.' .. I,: the hope 6f the conference, that the Meets the Requirementsof .
gathering will prove of great bens .:/( # f .

) iy; : Phone 136 When You Desire Real Service, .' Ii IiI fit Kissimmee to the .church-goers and an -invitation in and is about ex-

.tended to all white friends to be

I WE ARE OFFERING (SOME SPECIAL Y: ''I present at the conference where \ ,
,
they will be given a glad welcome Every Gift Seeker.

{fir'i PRICES ON A LIMITED NUMBER OFT I ,land served where for them.special seats will be re- . ..

; Rev. J. T. Parker Pastor. V

bIr T HIGH GRADE TIRES Rev. G. W. Harrell, P. E.
4 Rev. L. W. Kyles, D. I 1) Bishops


1 .. (Both duiclier: and Straihtsid) MAKING IMPROVEMENTSON HIS WINTER HOME Everyone from the tidiest "one" to staid dignified grandE ,j

AND THE CAREFUL BUYER SHOULD BE WELL-PROVIDED ...:....- iii father must be remembered with something appropriate

G. A. Briggs, of Toronto, Canada, and practical for Christmas. '
4 AT THIS TIME
as well as of Kissimmee is making

many purchased improvements property, upon the Clay his newly placeat The shopper who brings her list to this store feels

15 Mitchell street. The entire interior instinctively that here -she can find worthy Christmas
is beirfg remodeled and re-
., ;: H \ planned in accord with the .views of gifts.
the new' owner_who 'lies determinedto
A w t t SPECIAL PRICES. ON FLASH LIGHTS AND SHOCK make this his permanent winter Large variety of selection and quality of merchandise .,
.
home. ale important features of showings here

r J ABSORBERS s To relieve rheumatism, sprains, j whether the gift be for men folks women folks childrenor

lame back, lumbago or pleurisy Bal- for the home. I .
rr lard's Snow Liniment is a remedy of ..
r" proven merit. It is very powerfuland
.r penetrating. Three sizes, 30c, Toyland son our third floor especially invites and

( 60c. and 1.20 per bottle. Sold by"* fascinates. Its innumerable treasures bring back those
Roberson's Pharmacy.
Everything ia the way of Good Care and Good Good days when mother! and-dad played happy and carefree

FROM SOUTH DAKOTATO .. with dolls steam engines and 'soldiers.

4 I r & BUILD BUNGALOWA It is always wise in making selections for younger
Lupfer! Pother Garage handsome bungalow is being
; erected upon the property frontingon folk, and even for those of "more mature pare to choose

the Dixie Highway north for Fj some pretty article of wearing apparel and here you will
Broadway KISSIMMEE Phone 136 E. Woodward. The building is being find excellent selections. I
_
.) constructed by Gus Johnson, who

W- come from Aberdeen South Dakota - Every section of the first flog '
store. second
make this his
>r .- .who may ultimately \
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kfJme, as he is much impressed with' floor.- third floor and Furniture Annex are distinctivelyat -
w. , .. '
Kissimmee. The bungalow will be-
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your .. .
... modern in every way, will contain' F .

itwightOne" lean Shirt All WHAT IS BEST TO SERVEAT'A five rooms, and will be rapidly pushed You! who are familiar with our high standard of '
to completion. .. ..___
/ CHILDREN'S PARTY? ( J. : ;- doing business will not be disappointed with our qualities 'l.

_a .. ti He Needed"i1V Children'* parties present special Tfce TeleMCf-. I".. our varieties and our service all of which are vital .

problems because they give the The human voice may now be point| in the conduct of this business
(' f' .: mother the responsibility of feeding clearly heard by an audience of 160,- ,
ft4 t \1.1* TTenHFeart*ago I was reduced toa' other people's children. One danger 000 people. A device known a* the 1111 Your Christmas shopping here should be tour ;,
IIIH a
mere .vhadow. I was yellow as a
., of such occaatona-that of overeating telemegaphone transmits the word
sold piece 'n<} would often be doubl- -will b* lessened if the refreah- of a speaker so that they can tx pleasure! a profitable a* well a* delightful occasion
j" dsedrep"with, post excruciating pains menta are served at such a time as easily heard in the open air for i .. "jnn
o t'''ifs y: .Ja'4j''7 stomach. Physicians could to take the place of one of the regu- distance of $00 feet. A series o
r I. '' onlyrenewtna with morphine. I lar meal of the 'day. The same care telephone receivers are placed nea -
-J d \'...' .chrl snd'it-helpedme W.nder> should be taken In...tectJnafood.. aa the speaker pointing towards hin \ .
ti.. 'fpl Remedy at once. in the cue >of ordinary .meaj.. from every angle so that no matte . i
: li ia-raore' I have been well everAfriend No hard, tough, 'rich, of' highly whichever way he may turn hi .. 7 r
.41: y31 r;P ' aaid be thought one seasoned foods should be served, say yoke is certain to be caught. Th YO d'; fL'IJRE': W ''g'
r.-m! cleans shlrf, all 1 would ever food specialists of the United States receivers in turn are transmitted tx r '.I. ; .
;lli. .,f" It'/Is We. '\simple> harmless Department of Agriculture,. :;Cocoaor points amId the audience and throw?
> T .on ,'tb t/remove. the catarmocu some other milk drink, fruit sandwiches out simultaneously in five directions WL.. AllfCentral Florid :Shop.. '
; I > from'the-int; .tinal.tract .
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the
_ : ice cream or 'a gelatin1 A .device similar to megaphon< %
p" .sert plain frosted, cake, and::-' d"'l l magnifies ,the sound, while keepini GIRL.. NQ.O
r. : candies make a good bill of fare. the enunciation-.clear and distinct. .

". Yr B.-" Canada' first policewoman'! ) The church In Wlal.., after 70< .. r, .uYllPJr: I ,. ,..
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t.. the Vancouver "force: in rears of 'dependence 'on 'the' 'SeeCanterbUl' o : ',
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'; -f' ., ... .. THE'' U3MMMEE' 'VALLEY GAZETTE FRtAYDIZCEMBER': '7, 1920 "- _ _-ym.,

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Cents And Do'-"Ule ' sions crude to I'' : I :
,1; are atf as say that '
tf I 'In Saint Petersburg there Is 'an "nine ladies attended the. meeting _of I IE
!'r Psi: TAPPING THE THOUGHT TAJVKBy. element that would revive the old the Woman's,,dub." It lant a ai\ .6' u\.u\
':; t 0..: . .,soheme of "een.orin.the films that dies' club: ;" these associations are
, -. ... .- ::18t'8., to be shown-"or that are being "women's clubs,". and the member _
r' THORN j This censoring plan has. been!fare not fond of the silly differences 'will bruit' a Cold,"FrnrGrippa ,

'J the means of some splendid, grafting which some'"'society importers" .e.k' quicker tkaa. .JIWa"we kaew L,
/ ff propositions there have been to introduce. This miner U. worthyof paw
x' .. 0084PP.40'000444+ 000. SynopsisOf A Fairy Tale SQma absolutely objectionable films I consideration. yeetieg ,.....aia. ".

, 4 .U.\ ,oO Dispatches tell of a man who endorsed by the "inspection ,commit. u._ _____ ___ _____ _____ _
4 ONE 'TIIORNISM 0 I walked from El Paso. .jTexas, o a flee" after some. of that body had '. :::

., J"H .1' Michigan city in.'search off. hiswife, "been seen" At' least it looks 'that .* O' '
'
J These Confe"asois of A Bride .Unless she was richer when she left way-even to one as broad as I'am.. -
0 that, In him' than when he I. presume two f .
are running no many pa-,4 she was was teft no people view a .
r 4 >ers may be interesting to acme I'm saying right here, I, don't believe "possible suspect" with the eamere- '
,
.. 0 of the pippy folks; but ...re.loO .it. Nossir. sult; sense and censorship do, not always Two Per Cent Discount i
:'!. telling you they' wouldn't be 4" travel hand in hand. About the

0 graxing-high to a eerie*of thrilli V It's A Dandy Decision .. "*.. best thing for a movie-patron to do
0 that might be written by one 4 i The ruling handed down by Fed- is- to quit when the presentation

1 fieresl Qli 0 who knows and entitled "Con- .. eral 'Judge Rhydon lifeCall-to the becomes objectionable, go to the tt
: fessions of A Bachelor' Such">i j effect that the cars which were seis box-office, get back the price of the o '
.
4 a serial would be mighty, inter < ,ed in the various booze raids by ticket-less the revenue and then go .
4 eeUng and full of peppy stuff over-iealous officers will have to be! home. There is probably no ticket-
Why' suffer from nervousness +'returned to the owners will make seller who would refuse the money- City TaxesNotice
\ .., insomnia hysteria .0. ... ...* +40400404 happy a lot of fellows who thought back proposition. It sometimes happens -
,
it did
} their cars were done plum gone. It though, as .once at West
'j nervous dyspepsia It May. Be Punctured will spoil the anticipation: of some, Palm Beach. One dear woman of

. nervous prostration Hush little booze.runner I also who had planned that when the the "those-who-save-cigaret-coupons-'
Doil't you cry; cars were ,offered for sale at auction :j iBhall-never-save-mine" variety told ,
.' or any ailment due to You'll fret your car back they might pick up some snaps I'll i,':We I that Carl Kettler ought to be ,

a disordered conditionof Bye-and.by. say so. shamed of himself to show Theda is hereby Riven that on all taxes I
\ Bar in one selection. She said it
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the nerves: ? Alan Study More Cirrus Folk Deellghted was awful; that she had sent her now due the city a discount of Two f per cent'
The Lakeland Star heads an article I grown daughter home during the .-
member of the near-circus
"Reid-Mt ors." Well, that's good crowd Every hugely tickled when theparade presentation. I asked her why she will amounts due i
DR.iVIILESNERVINE was. be allowed the
provided
; advice "Reading maketh a full made (lal.o. didn't quit the place*-and she I I
all
man" it Is said and that's about the I was to note along I said she was "so interested that she

will give you prompt only method by which one can !get" I|,"ion the route the banners of the "mile saying long""Wielcome proces.to !:|j[I wanted to see how it ended." What shall be paid prior to January I, 1920.
that nowadays. In fact I think :''peeved' her,. however, fact
way was the
and lasting relief.) : I read more every day Kissimmee "Glad To See You that the daughter didn't.-o home1.i Property owners will aid the city and
and lot of the _
It produce refreshing *. I It's not a often more:Cirl'us-I same design.almost I'i i She went into the gallery.\ But, as I r.
a mean an -
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Mont Anything Will Do any showhouse will refund thepare benefit themselves payment. ;
sleep, builds up the shat- One of the packing companies in -circus-is thus /greeted. Itj| of the ticket if the patron considers by prompt rand
telling about the bacon it is might be added also that the members I the I thank
peddlingout
tejred nerves and play improper.
pro of the convention settlement is
among the folks says: "The taste I Baptist were you. an early, urged. 61-4.
I much with the
motes normal distribution impressed greeting.
a tells. It may be no; but, a* a gen- 000
i
of force. eral thing, when I'm after that delicacy Uh-huh. .
nerve * FACTS VERSUS! I FANCIES J. R. GILBERT
/ it is the price that tells. Tells One of friends ,
Your Sells It Ask Him. THEN TROUBLE STARTED my young .
Druggist me whether I can afford th' ptuff, Who l' In West Palm Beach City Clerk 1
I mean. Yaesum. Uo in i'aasaic. New Jersey And dews his paycheckWith ,

*. *. There was serious trouble just at/ much pleasure Kissimmee, Florida. 'r
Cer-tain-ty gomClub Only a very few days ago As though he'd earned it,
--- - - - Recounts the Bradentown Journalin When; a man, a thirsty man, Should come to KIs immet'- 4

a !tory of a man who has bought Entered one of those joints For a brief visit at leant-
property and will improve it: I I That handled proximityb'erOr For there are many things .

He will begin at once to I something just as good- In which he'd be interested - - -- -- -
: organize a company to convert { Laid down his bit of kale And here is one thing
'GDBSOB PRIMER t.heIub house, now on And called for whiskey. Over which he'd he surprised.It .
the grounds, into cl'ib house | The barkeep took th' mazuma IK only a while bark I LAMPS! .LAMPS! LAMPS!
one the grounds into a cluh.It And handed the customerA ThAt he bought a Bilk shirt
begins to look as if thjt folks full-grown/ drink And afterwards donned the garment; I Electric Table Lamps (from $4.00 to $10.00
SELLSFire in that neck" of the woods had gone Of nigh-beer or adia'ent-bp..r, Hut when I asked the price Electric Washers Electric Heaters r
"club crazy. I I'101' something or other, that He stammered some considerably '
OohhhU..t To TM Electric Cooking.- ppliance.
Appeared tolerably _close And then confessed
Life Accident and She's Just about HS sweet a girl an, :I I To what was ordered. Th.t he had been bled Electric Fixtures, Made in Kiuimmee p;
any country: grow; The customer took one gulp- Twenty dollars f'r th' garment! Flashlights and Batteries +%
Health Plate Glass Lia- Her form's like Annette Kc'Dvrmnn's Then the trouble commenced And I'd like to show him Electric Wiring Supplies
which everybody know, ; : When it was all over The twin-brother of his tog ., ? ,
and Boiler Insurance. Her skirts are amputated short-and i I Two men were dead--dead--dead, Selling here in KissimmeeFor IN FACT-EVERYTHING ELECTRIC s. r
bility sometimes they disclose \, And several were wounded. seven-eighty-fivej!
The dainty ,hand-emliroidery that's :j i So I'm led to believe Then hp bought a suit- DIXIE ELECTRIC 4
Legal Bonds Executed carried on her waist. I I i It's an unsafe proceeding One of those "tidy" suits- COMPANY

*. sTake : 1i I'To 1 sell such sort o' stuff Those that are usually patternedSo PHONE 68 T ;
Same Day Needed. One On \\If'I To any man in Passaic.In awfully shy in material
Hurraw! Hurray! Pensacola U the fact I really opine That the trousers-both of mAre -
first city in the "Mate, so far's I lit would be equally unsafe
on carefully
know where the price of coffee has jTO!j I offer a man whiskey Ry aid put of a:very shoehorn,
OFFICE: Stall Balk Banding been reduced to five cents per the ''If he calls for close-bner \ And there's hardly room

one cup. If th' Warned stuff Isn't That is., in Passaic New Jersey. For the summer beeveedees
made so Wt'nkhat\ it can't run out I've been there I To crowd in between
-- -- - -- - of the pot by its own self I'll say i Yassum.I The almost wool garment the Live Oaks

it is. some step in the right direction. thank you. And the plain material hide- I Among t I

*" For which of his mazuma
l ,tJ., :CITYMEAT.MARKET * Toorninft! Very Very Touching He let loose seventy bucks. r
"Portia" On Half-Portion And right here in Kissimmee ;; "t
Enterprise
the Arcadia
Says
the : offered those
The Hsrtow Record does me He'd An opportunity how
I duplicate the garments ,
March 80 1920. I
,
honor of copying with all due credit,
half "olumnf material from this Constancy when death shall claimme Th' whole durned shootingmatch desiring a pleasant home to
n.-olumn ( and alludes to for its own dear heart !I For about thirty-six-flfty! Six Rooms Kitchen Pantry w"
r., "" editorially call And shadows of the grave about me ''Therefore I've frequently thought Large ,
the clipping bv saving: "Would -
That I'd like to show him
Fresh Meat ,and attention JM Thorn's 'Several Wordsof creep; I Where simoleons are different. Full Block in
Wisdom: Thorn is a real logicnn. When from these earthly sorrows Quarter Ex'l .
. - .. And he would play Portia perfectly, I shall part to close mine. eyesin Mebbe he'll come some day- '

VegetablesPhone too" Say bo. which Portia d' you' that eternal sho p. Just to see me-, cellent 1 R Residential f
And KissimmeeYassum. Section
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.: ;. mean? Do vou Insinuate that Kistmniee Oh] tell me love when other lips -
"
shall breathe' their tales bf '*
Is Vt'nl'e--Ilnd that I'ma s .. 0"'r.
& iCarrying
.", "' 44 .* .cor'>4 Ri-ntanioT "Plav, Portia." .in- "love, {Into thy i listening ears, THank .yqu.' .. .' . "" ( : Where lies a (harmlDlE'l.wn '.l..t.: ji.:,. ', ;; : t :/ ,,:
That you will not forget, but will *. '. .
- r' deed! She was -some dame. I'll ad- Live Oaks and Oranges and Pecan -',;
1 ._ _ _ mit: but I'm drawing th' line, man: still remember the one whose J Why Show Such Ignorance! I '
I'm th' line If love will live beyond the years.'i I" Never could understand why it r
drawing you mean : It
I -Sarah Ellen Edwards. was that writers who are above the Proper ,. ,
W. B. CRAWFORD to .say that I'm like Portia, the wife '
I of Marcus Brut u... I'm heirginjr y'r n\iden'tly the communication of ordinary would make such breaks as Rare Chance to Se ure a Fine _
L ATTORNKV-AT-I.AW pardon. She swallowed "li>'e ,:0:11.ion't. *," Sarah Ellen regarding that "shoop" to speak of "Mrs. Judge" Soandso,

i Offices: 8, 4, J3, 'i, and 7 Osceola you know -arnl rich! } now I'm l business with Mister Constancy was or "Mrs.' Dr." Soandso or "Mrs. I\; I
willing to swallow anything that delayed enroute. That is, if dates Rev." Soandso. There is no such Apply at 301 Main Street, Kissimme, ( t
Hank "Building. outs twenty-two oimoleona per ton, count for anything But I'd like to thing) even in these days of equal .
KIFI\IMFi. F'INIt117A so I am. Anvwav, I thank you. si'gtreRt, that Sarah Ellen Should suffrage as "Mrs. Judge" or "Mrs. I .r vP
place more faith in the fellow Dr." Certainly not, Such .
---- -- I *. !cdrertlninir even expnea-
I if other women shall grab his "list- . . ... -...
i, I .\ Carried To KxretmI'm I | .. ;. --.c--'; A
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING finn believer in advertisingbut 'ening" ears" and pour 'em full of love to.ouou to 0..000 0 . 000.-
I a H o.o o 0 U..O... . ;
and things of that sort. If the > ,
nO( -
All Work Guaranteed __ look at this specimen from the t \ -
try those sirens whisper shall
Starke Telegram: may
,
Oh, sweetheart, h rw nice limp as badly as the poetry writ by :
A.B.YODERo Sarah Ellen I'm just about positiveit
these biscuits are! Where
will never he able to waddle into .
and when did vou learn to
Phone*241 Kiisimmee, Florida cook so good Answer the ivory dome of the one who is so
Dearie I only bought a sack FtronHy' urged to'' "not forget. I I. Mach'Brothers'

of that otrtooflour/ froniu! i should say not. GarageFULLY ,

etc. S sx
x Who would get any inducement to -
!iOy? Gheeks buy certain variety of flour by DID RIGHT THING

reading that sort of publicity? In ,
the .first place no husband is going
fcScl tinSfiShBecause to make any such fool of himself by FOUR YEARS AGO
talking like that and asking so silly\ ; '
4 a question; and if he should the wife I ;.
a- of her rosy cheeks and would merely say: "Now don't be a Jacksonville Ma-) ; Splendid Health EQUIPPED ."."

rump, and don't try to make me Ever Since He Began Taking ,I
satin skin & woman attracts the :think you've been drinking1! Yon '

admiration of all men. When the bought the flour-and these biscuitare Tanlac: FOR EVERY NEED' <'
better than I've been making <
no
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Yes, sir. J h
recommend Tanlac
right along ever since we were marIjedl" Hn .
youngvman -
from the bottom of my heart, for : It'
Amen. .
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in-her it set me right four years ago: andI 4 : '"
peers 2 ?
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am still feeling" fine so you see t--+ ,
glass, she may Pastor Collins I. All RightI what a rood job the medicine did_for V ,
'r 1 surely like that Baptist preacher, me." said George W. Lester, a well- We Have On Our Floors a New Stock of -' : j < '
L. if
y see pimples Rev. C. Collins, of Ocala-and known merchant residing at 400 Da- -/L'a/
I living In that secluded spot I
was
tM' and blotches via street, Jacksonville, Florida'"Aout .
.,
feel sure he'd be tickled almost to five I .
years commenced -
and she im- death to wander up! and down the t
;f-- A street with me as I sang, in my deep, '
seemed to wt" too hard for me. I NASH GABSf
/ mediately goes rich rudundant (whatever that gats lost my appetite fliRt didn't care '.
you) baritone ..voice "When the ta e ; "
qghether I ate or not, and always felt I :
t* the drug store for paint, pow- iff's on the citrus and the bulge is on tired and worn out At night I would ;
the crate. When Br'er Collins was lie awake for )hours;
when
and
&>? !goers and beauty creams, when she here last week he kept hanging er- !nR''ame I felt 110 worn out I morn.could I ,4T 1" PW

should go there for a blood medicine round the prmtshopand he never hardly drag myself off to work. After -
c tried t6 borrow cent; just came In several months I got FO weak I I Ready For Christmas Delivery.t.t. !> : :'
and stomach alterative known f'r good fellowship And hew and .worn out I began losing; a great ,

j 's This as "Golden vegetable Medical tonic Discovery.and blood" s-o-m-e little. when side help-room.we to Baptista me I'll, also tell went the anjl into*worldhe likewise the- deal entirely.it looked of time like! I from was my going business to play, and out !, I You Should Inspect These... ': .;'r.; ': ..

time he desires to
was. And any "Well, after I Buffered for about .
.a "
; alterative clears the skin, beautifies get a good "recommend" that his year I happened to meet a friend "000.' ..;." ". P
folks refuse to give (him-well, I A d e
own
who told me about Tanlac, andit nCrass
'+ it, increases the blood supply all he has to do, is, to wire me. To certainly proved a' for \ #
t great thing
j pad the circulation, while pimple, make sure of delivery, however me. Why I kept right on looking/ > :
should prepay)' the message Sometimes after my business, and before I finished MACH BROTHERS' GARAGE :

boils and j-uptions vanish quickly. ..I don't have. a chip }elt. my'third bottle I could see the I .

*" reautts. I felt better, could sleep ..,
!Ask ytJ earest druggist for Dr. ... .A j .f. .
W..IJ.) Doggone It better and began to want to eat ... ; .. I
Pi s Golden Medical Discovui The first aerial birth' in history i t. and after taking eight bottled I was <, .("

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1 tablet or liquid form or leno. the pet dog of Henri Roget the been ever .,nee, I am only too glad "' '-/< ,f I
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tablets French air minister, gave birth to to let others know- what I think of o : ;
Jj ,for tiial.pCkage of to nine puppies while she was flying in this remarkable medicine" 219- B.-oacfwby rc,htino t13, ; \

f1Di InvaIida' ; her master's .plane 12,000 ,feet above ;.Tanlac! ia sold In .Kissimmee by" J. . : .: r r r,. .,, t, i-fj 4'k\;
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FOUR THE 'KISSIMMEE":' VALLEY GAZETTE,, FRIDAY.. DECEMBER 17, 1920 1

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1: KISSIMMEE VAi.L&/' GAZETTE FINE, OPPORTUNITY ro *KISSIMMEE' Y i., The New England Society has for 'Mrs. J, O. Vreeland and Mrs. Dan--.' ,ITiiel c
lit* officers for the ensuing year the Dyer' have returned, from a pleasant
week 'spent at St. Augustino"andJacksonville
following: George W. Woodward,
p''' ASKING full information regarding resorts and recreation Cloud
summer Enroute to St:?
M. A. Mann, vfbo-president -
Published Every FrUay camps in Florida the, University' Nebraska 'hat opened ;o away- (for Kitsihimee !, president; Mrs Pope, pianist; Mrs. Cur. they registered one night1, at.. the
By Kistimmee Valley Gazette Coaspany, KissSmnsee, florida"'W and Osceola county to receive a large amount of favorable publicity rier, chaplain; Mrs Rhoadea, press Graystone, In Kissimmoe. '
,,. B., Harris,. President *L G. Vani Agaew, Secretary with but little cost. Every resident of the, county' ,should forward tol program at, the meeting at which secretary. There was --a* splendidChristian I.
the of the Chamber of Commerce of of I these officers were elected-and the '
c W. L. Tbomdyke, E&tmr ecretary actual"photographi some occasion full of Church *
i i i i i i i HaCOne 'i --- "ii the handsome spots in thevicinity of his home; special effort should be. for the entire was one assemblage The pleasure audience ..-
Subscription -: made to secure'such views as rriay not already be in existence and these the singing Rev. W '1. Coleman, Paxton
; dispersed following
Copy, One year ___,,.__ ,__. $2.*) .:..
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One Copy, Six Months-..,-__,-__*-*?-,.- 10 will ..be taken together with accurate descriptions and such'other information of the "Star Spangled Banner. 10:00: a, in.-Sunday school
One Copy, .'{.tarN :Months-,...--. ________.._______-.___-______.,-i__- MRntcred O as will convey; a general outline of What may be expected if ,there Miss Mary Marcelle, of Boston in '11:00 a. m-Sel'mon.
guest of her uncle and aunt-Mr. ..
should be any considerable flocking to the specified location and forwarded 7:30: p. m.Sermon.A .
.
( at the roatofflea at 'KlMlmmee, Florida, .. ."cond-class mutter.) the institution. and Mrs. Peter Marcelle of J Delaware welcome for
to inquiring avenue and Tenth street. Miss everybody-caps-
All ronnnunlratloim .,xept from our RUlhorla..s correspondents must b., With no trouble cad there be found at least a half-hundred spots in Marcellels' a government employe dully strangers .. ,
Mimed by the writer I. _.
his that would be suitable -" --
county of dimensions. --
to recreation camps large ---- --
1h..od mutter will not be returned "nlenllcl for.Forelfrn
-- ___ .u ._ __ ____ AHof these will be found easy of access -and within a reasonable distanceof
;Adwrtlalna H pr
AMERICAN J 1'Br.Sh: ASStX I,\ I ION '- .._.. ------ her attractiveness; to life it should demo difficult task to find precisely what It Is Christmas Time
--
the Nebraskans are seeking; a summer home free from all objectionable
FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 1920
.
,
. features and possessing possibilities so promising as to carry a large weigh!
of inducement ; a place where can be found and made and continued a
SHALL MENDENI fALL. MURDERER. BE FREED? "recreation camp" that will actually furnish recreation.It .

-- -. is time for quick action. The secretary of the Chamber of Com- I At.the Central Store
Drug
TO Sidney J. Calls, governor; H. Clay Crawford slate secretary.; VanC. I merce recognizes this and will appeal 'to those having locations and thoseacquaintedwith :
Sweanngen attorney-general ; Ernest Amos, comptroller; William Allen Jocations. and those who will tender the use of attractive i .

McRae. commissioner of agriculture: I locations. To get busy and furnisji! him with such infdtmation and'photo- I
Gentlemen : Each of you in your individual capacity as a state official graphs as will be explanatory. Once such a camp shall be established by !
and in collective capacity of forming a body given ,the right by the I
your so important a sponsor as the University of Nebraska there would be little I of charm and beauly carrying
j'' state constitution to'"temper justice with mercy"stands at the fork of the effort required to draw like camps from other quarters. Nor is it the larger I TOILET SETS rare ,
road-the entire population of the state watching 'Jo ee which way you cities of the state that will possess any advantages over' a little city like 'I precisely what Milady desires.
will travel. The cosmopolitan citizenry of Florida is intensely interested in' Kissimmee or a county of ample size like Osceola. Such camps are the '"
the matter of the release of J. J. Mendenhall, the murderer of his sweet- more frequently desired at a point distant from the thickly-populated districts -
heart and her mother the perpetrator of a crime so foul that the state will ,
within ; of Whitman NOrris
yet they are sought easy reach of some spot where necessaries bearing the ,!name or none
never forget it; and the constant rumors that there is to be a pardon granted may be provided and where elevating influences may be found. CANDIES
better be made.
during the administration has aroused the indignation of man can
present every There is more than an even chance that Kissimmee might be able to
i, any woman resident in the state. secure such a proposition- provided that no delays be made in making i!
Gentlemen : There is no use in recounting the crime for which Men- application to the University regarding details as to precisely what mightbe .
denhall received a'sentence that was shorn of justice and tempered with wanted; and in the meantime data should be handed in to the secre- We are showing a splendid display
mercy. Mendenhall was not of the ignorant class when he committed the tary of the Chamber of Commerce J. D. Woodbeck. FOUNTAIN PENSSTATIONERY All know of the Parker the pen
i act for which he has since been paying the price ; he was one of the more with the "Lucky Cur\e."
select peoples who knew well that in carrying out the plans he had cunningly HASTINGS HERALD-MAN SAYS' GOODBYE I
contrived there was a risk. He was active in church work; his

t environments were of the best; his business acumen was far above par; THERE are hundreds of newspapermen throughout the United Stale I Not only for Christmas but for every day

," and because of such conditions his crime was far more disingeneous. You who will strongly endorse the farewell offered by the editor of the Herald I sir the year beautiful fine quality and
members of the pardoning board know all these facts; if you are ignorant of Hastings, and will utter a loud "Amen!' to his explanation of why he'' not eXplnSIVe!
t, of them you are holding your position, under false pretenses. is "quilting." After recounting the praise he has received and the, pats on I
Gentlemen : It is strongly rumored that a majority of your pardons the back that have been his during the years of hard work he has put in. ,,
board is in favor of releasing Mendenhall on the grounds that he is a he says : "Now I will drop it." He then continues: i Among our showings may be found many, many articles.. including I

model "prisoner and "a Christian with wonderful influence over his prison But a paper can't live by moral support in these days and Gillette Razors, Ingersoll Watches Pipe Nets, Cigars in Christmas
mates. Possibly there are other reasons for his exculpation. That he times. I

l' was "a Christian with wonderful influence"prior to his committing the Although the editor has been able to do many things with I
I double murder has never been denied; possibly the "taste still lingers"
the! Herald, there have been numerous very important things he i
No one refutes the assertion thai he is a "model prisoner." There is no could'not do. boxes.CENTRAL

? reason why he should be otherwise. Nor is there a reason why he shouldbe He has been able to increase the income of the paper by 250' j DRUG STOREDay
freedom before he has atoned fair for the
t' given Ins in a proportion percent a month but that merely enabled it to keep pace with the
awful crime he committed. rising cost of its own production and to pay off a few of the old ;
Gentlemen If your pardoning board or any portion of that body lime debts which had\ been left as a legacy by previous editors. 41 PHONES Night 21
R' concurs in an effort to extend to J. J. Mendeghall a pardon there can br I lie has not been able to collect the money due the paper from I
but one of two explanations made the subject of discussion. One is thai many of its advertisers without a preliminary wrestling bout of
there has been a complete loss of f love for womanhood and a total annihilation from three to six months and there are hundreds of dollars he has I

+ of every form of punishment for crime of appalling character in, the not vet been able to collect at all. __.... .. _ .. ._.. _ __ I
i < : : : :-; : ->----x---: >> :-; : : : :-: < minds and makeup of ihe members voting for a pardon. The other is : He has not been able to collect his subscriptions in
that not only has a bribe of some sort or some character been offered by cases, without first clubbing the subscriber into unconsciousness.many I I 1
those most interested but that the offer has been accepted. It will be impossible : He has not been able to obtain the financial backing of local Is Your Youngster Left Behind?

for the people of Florida to believe otherwise. It might be possible business men who have been loudest in their declarations that the 4 ; .

that both conclusions were incorrect but those who have followedthe : paper is a real paper for the first lime i i il) its history and must' be J W1IK.N I)::. the others ride off, ';t:
case from the early stages could not be indtfted to accept any other : and in the I .
kept up, consequence paper has never had a Corking hall!>)', hciiltiiy and K y-I- .;
conclusion ; and the state would receive a quota of derogatory publicity capital. i yours the wistful ono, iii-) '1'
that would forever remain a stain upon her. ; The editor is tired of finishing every month with himself and I .'- nii-d I hut (floi'louH poH,,r,,sion Xi
Gentlemen : J. J. Mendenhall stands convicted upon t testimony of : his dead broke. :i: .1 10)t) t
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which there can be no question. It is doubtful if J. J. Mendenhall will! I Ideny' paper He is tired of a surplus of moral Support, which he doesn't f:t;: .r' t fa When you girt' your <'li'l'iren !- i
his crime. It is to the pardoning board whether the members oil I! ; liu: rlex) von /give thrmiiore "j'
up need, and famine financial summit which he does need. '
i a in a =f Il'n \ tri i i hiippiiiens' \ Ymigive :r:
t, conscientiously carry out the duties of their office--or join hands with a He is tired of keeping alive by his own unassisted and unsupported I "J': bn y. : than/ 11<'1111 h a loci of C
r murderer and become but limp slimy rags in the hands of those who arc efforts a local enterprise which is a source of benefit to i' , Cr, natuua chance to ilo It
,y seeking to turn loose a murderer merely because he happens to be "a the entire community. -' liming worth, while.
"" Christian with wonderful influence! : c Mt'ri. women and children
Furthermore he is through with it. '
..M \ J ,. I ': tii" : ) ride bicycle for pleasure I

"'. ,. "' ,''WILL BUILD RESIDENCES' OF PAPERY ," ., /TAMPA NOW AN ""OItN; -SHOP', CITY', ,' X ad.p .4, and id the econo universal,}y. Tho, licncnVltilnicd bleyo!
?.>- : M t ' I I '. of transportation. Let y:
"BEFORE many decades shall have passed. I Brought about through BECAUSE of countless acts of unfairness upon the part of labor ': X RIDE A BICYCLE nt ,ow you our new models t r

necessity because of the shortage of wood there will be an era of house: leaders il is claimed. Tampa i as now herald over the entire United States : iNO BOY WANTS TO CE"HE BOY WITHOUT A BICYCLEWYNN'S h
w'' built entirely of paper-and that paper will be made from sawgrass, cornstalks as an "open-shop" and the business in <'eils of that city are taking ) s: f
palmetto and numerous quick-growing plants. This may seem, preposterous forcible steps t to rid the community of the pest of progress the walking!/: J
--but it 'is not beyond the bounds of reason. Already .are there delegate. Not that the people of Tampa have! the least objection to de t I BICYCLE SHOP f

f s many cases where I paper or, to be more precise, pulp. is encroaching upon cently-conducted unions or lo (he union man who is a real man ; but conditions I
I offices which have .heretofore been filled only by wood; and it will be not ) have been brought about in that city and in \bor City, through the ; 105 BROADWAYS *

'; I by any means impossible to so press under enormous weights and coatI efforts of some of the unprincipled l that' are repulsive to true Americanand :
Js,, t.p} I with some preparation rendering it impervious lo all climatic conditions have rendered the life of the man who desired to any labor one fraught y:-} .:--rC.}Y{.i..y'-:}: 4:--;..(-:--: : :-: S..;..:..;..:";..>-:":-:..:--:..:..:..:..: :..:.<":-:..:..:..:--:..:..><_<....:1:0' .

the pulp which can be made at a far less price than timber is bound l to with danger. The people of Hillsborough arc to be tampered wilh no longerso '. J

f I cost when the forests of this country are near depletion. Manufacturers, -- goes the cry; and where reason cannot prevail roughness will !,- ,r -.
have already made from paper pulp such things as wheels of great strength brought into play. Unjust strikes hnve brouf'it' about conditions which eret i

cartons that carry comparatively heavy weights, shoes clothing picture- 'intolerable, and which have brought that city ,into a very bad repute.? The
frames, book-cases; and it will be but a step to construct framing material. walking delegate will soon be on the running -and running rapidly I IF YOU WANT
flooring outside finishing (material-and even' shingles. "Three generations !
r from shirtsleeves to shirt-sleeves" says an old maxim; and it may be MAY PROVE TIlE FRIEND OF THE FARMER I l

", r less than three>enerations from frame-houses to paper bungalows. ,I /" ,.,....

PROVIDED the bill of Senator Arthur Capper of Topeka. Kansas ,
fc.., THE RETAILER TAKES THE LOSS becomes a.law the farmers of the United Stales and all who love fair play

"t. t' in every day life should pronounce paeons of praise for the federal official I
i' MONTH after month during the' past few years have the profiteering from bloody bleeding Kansas. Capper's bill will eliminate the wheat GOOD GROCERIES/
r't manufacturers been steadily and unfailingly lifting the prices at which and the blackboard will put out of business ll'e'wire houses and the bucket-I I
their goods must be sold-and each month their salesmen have been instructed shops and will terminate practically all aambling in cotton .

i: to tell merchants "Better buy now as the figures are still on the stuffs. If Capper's measure becomes a law the producers will be gainers,
4'L upward trend." Merchants* against their own reasoning, were practically the consumers will be gainers, and the class which has been acting the J
k J .forced to believe these oft-repeated tales-and. finally were firmly convinc- part of a leech on the entire American people will be forced to get into -
;tte* .' ed that the sky: was the limit so far as figures were concerned. Conse- some honest occupation-or join the hungerlme when its past profits have CHEAP

.,- quently all business houses were "loaded to the guards"when the shrinkage been spent. -
commenced. The buying public satisfied that once begun there would .
., be no stopping in the lowering of prices padlocked the family purse; and GAINESVILLE UNIVERSITY SHOULD BE CLOSED
r this course tended to stilt-'farther depreciate selling figures. The result

'; :., is.well-known. Sales are everywhere "on" at figures that are alluring- CONDITIONS at the Gainesville state university have reached a point
even if not' profit-making. Merchants figure that it is better to let go at where the institution is a disgrace to Florida-if the dispatches sent to :
Kf- a loss at this moment-for 'there is no reckoning when there will be still the press are to be relied upon. Last week was a banner week for idiocy Go to The Cut Price *
> i n., greater reductions. The lessening of buying has closed many plants--where among the pupils of the university; and disgraceful actions have been the Grocery
( Vorkmen are prefering to loaf rather than to suffer a lowering of wages; although .1.I rule rather than exception. The practice of hazing which is but the food
1 in the end it will be found that business conditions will not permitthe of fools has been resustitated=and the faculty is unable to stop the lawlessness *
paying of the former enormous perdiems. The present moment is an which threatens to disrupt the institution. Florida has spent muchin WE HANDLE ALL KINDS FEED, HAY, AND FLOUR. WE WILL M

,. era of reconstruction-and several months will be needed to bring about an endeavor to maintain an, educational i institution that would be a SELL SUGAR FOR lOc A POUND ON SATURDAY FOR
,, a' situation that will be satisfactory all. Possibly there will be I CASH,
r to never credit to' the state-but the actions of some of the pupils prove that a
,a' time when everything will be perfectly adjusted; but the bettering of conditions large -element of the brute the yahoo the ruffian has been permitted to ONLY .
'1 e "' is rapidly approaching and matters are fast reaching a basis of.afet nroll there. The state board, should lose no time in closing the institu- Rice. 3 Pounds for :'
-. )'. In the meantime. the retailer is holding the sack-and doing his ion.-for there is little use in spending money to care for these of lower _-------- --______
i best. to play safe. intellect than the brutes; those .who run to "cave" methods rather than Meal and Grits 4)) Pounds---------------------------------25c

look decency and deportment as two good attributes in life. Kerosene
Oil gallon
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MORE FINE PUBLICITY FOR FLORIDA --_- -__________
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>" --- Will Give Away House best of the answers received will be I 2 Cans Pork and Beans----,._____ __ ______
\ FREQUENTLY is the roster of handsome publications in Florida in- awarded the bungalow 2 Cans Tomatoes
has hit a --- ----------------------------------_____
1 cre.sed-.nd each new publication bears the impress of excellence. The New Smyrna upon
press of the ''state- is noted for'a long Jist of daily and semi-weekly andweekly scheme to secure a lot of good ad- 3 No. I Cans June PeasEVERYTHING_- ________________
x vertising. The citizen are to "chip ST. CLOUD
=( and mOnthly. publications and the latter be mentioned -
among may n" and pay for a brand new nice ELSE ACCORDINGLY
4 y .*s one deserving of high compliment the Florida Industrial Record recently modern bungalow-all ready to move c
k l I bom at Tampa and showing excellent work throughout in the several' de into with the exception of the. fur- More than one hundred dollars '
par'menta'carried in its seventy well-printed pages. The subhead says the nishing" Throughout as many were received as the proceeds of the
$ I northern colleges as possible there I sale of curios at the opening of the CUT PRICE CASH
"Devoted the of Messrs. GROCE
':;publication! is' to upbuilding Florida! : and F. E. will circulated letters asking essays magnificent home of Mrs. Mary
raw ;;' Robert W. Bentley and R. D. Hutchcraft have "the makings" Should
Rafferry. upon the topic: "Why I Veeder-the first event of the aort PHONE .
,--;:.of'a publication that will do much for all sections of the state. There is Own a Home in New Smyrna Flor- for fully four years. There was a 141 422 BROADWAY "
ida" From the answers received ten choice musical Out of Town Orden Given Prompt r
little: doubt that iKe Industrial Record will have great success-the news- program-and deli Attention
does from all sections of the and will be selected aa the best. These cato refreshments were dispensed in QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
J' .:1D*Uer'' coming as it state-:- noting the!:authors will be required to writ one large amounts. The affair la well
.>,a'W. ,progress, being. ,aside. along, j11 Jia.haad under aJl oq.ditiow.P j more 1 .....:JI'o' i in competition-...and the worthy of a more extended mentioA.V'y .
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i THE KISSIMMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE-FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1920 i ,FIVE

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' ; ,oaa'aaoaaa, aaaaaaaeao WOOD! WOOD.! SPEEDERS LIGHTLY PUNISHEDIn .. ....O . .O.OO.O.OO..OO..OO..O... .. .. . ..
-Y .. . 'r"11%, ROM Grave 49-tf -
*. WEATHER REPORTs Is :made for all Massachus L AGRICULTURAL POINTERSBT the county court were'numerous
a '*. to meet .at the Chamber cases of breaking .the. peed law;
Qfflclal Bulletin of daily temperature > of Commerce on Saturdav afternoonthe and these received light punishment:
" s> and preelpltatlona'Cur.. O,- desire being to form a Massachusetts U H. WILSON COUNTY AQKNT and an admonition. .('Th case of T.' GIFTS
.,I '1'\.1. Dished by the KiHiimmee CoO a Club, It i* to- be. hoped You 'must not""hi fail ta"do'' your win C.|' Brown was continued-while'' !
. 1' operative U. 3. Weather Bureau 0'there will .be a large attendance ter plowing early enough for best re thfue were fined one dollar and costs:

Station, for the week ending :.$.Stanford will sell "you a grapho. suits. Plow now if'you have not already V"T.;.Hand!, D. W. Takeiley. W;;' II. r

s.> Thursday, December.. 2, 1920' : .,' phone. at a price that will suit you. *. ''I ,. plowed, and follow with the Simmons, Will Samon and 0.. T.. \ -
--; disc S ence.. "!
and ,
harrow ,
Mini Wednesday was the last day .
O Max. Rain upon
The field for should be
potatoes
THORNDYKEJTAKEN J1
f <> Friday_____..,,__ 76 60 s> which the' payment of the fourth In- well field for MISS .
O Saturday_______ 74 65U > stallment of income and 'excess pro all surplus prepared.water In for of wet |L ,j;I TO ORLANDO HOSPITAL ,. '
O Sunday________ 79 .90. fits taxes could' be legally paid. Those '
.J J' s>' Mondayhh___ __ 74 62 O not having already settled such accounts season drainage.by.As allowing a preventative adequate against Dr. W..C, Person, of Orlando, was Glendale,Table Linen, the )'ard..____$1.7S., $%.2S, and :$Z50 .. +

"" .a > Tuesday_____ __ 74 58 > will be, according, to state- scab and bther diseases, soak allseed In KiasinuYfee on Monday to consult Cotton Table Damask, yard ?__*..__ .r_,.....-,.,.__$1.00 "-
yi I > Wednesday ___ _, 72 65 Od statements from James M. Cathcart, potatoes for two hours in a solution with 'Dr. W*. L. Winn regarding the Linen Towels each ___ ._ == :._. .
0 Thursday__ _____ 75 78 I! s> collector of Internal revenue, summarily of formaldehyde one pint to condition of Miss VVylena Tborndyke, .- __.* ...?--_._.-$1.50

dealt with according- law. 30 gallons of water. whose sudden illness last week was Other Towel*._______...,..________________25 3Sei; and 7Sc
.. : .rl aaaoaaaaaoaaaoaaooo Forty-five acres one-fourth mile There will be a short course given: for a time very serious. On Tues.
.h .- - - from city, limits; extra good land; In citrus culture and citrus problemsat day the patient was removed by 1 N
$60 per acre. Easy terms of pay the State. University beginning ambulance to the Orange County BUSTER BROWN HOSE FOR WOMEN ;

: ment. Same owner has seven acres; January 4 and running for ten days. hospital l for special treatment Silk. Brown. Black White; per pair___$1.00, $1.50 and $2.50
.. WEEK that will make fine suburban home. This course will be beneficialto ,
ITEMS OF A very
Black and brown lisle the
Will sell either place. Nelson Realty ali citrus growers, especially those VESPER SERVICESBY pair'o

Company I #. who are just starting young groves. THE METHODIST CHOIRThe Children' brown and black Butter Brown Hose; pair 40e & 45c
M. Hopkins why remains throughthe You should take advantage of this '
WOOl! WOOD! WOOD! |( summer at, Marysville, Ohio, is splendid opportunity to learn from choir of the Methodist church Men' Silk Hose pair_________.:___-75c, $1.00 and 1.50 \

Phone 112, Ross Graves 49-tf once more in Kissimmee-and will first hand information all the cul- has arrlrtlged an extensive program Also four colon in lisle the pair. only----------.__..-SOc '
For Kent--Furnished flat. See W. remain through the season-having tural methods and problems of cir. which will be rendered on Sunday .
- B. Harris, Gazette office. 1-tf secured apartments at 209 Park tus. evening the services to commence at
Grove dose to station convenientto street There IIa, probability that As a matter of warning: to all citrus seven-thirty and it is expected the TOYS ;i
-- to brick road. Nelson Realty Com- before returning to Obio he will growers it will give me a pleasure announcement of this vesper service 4
.+ pany. *. make some Investments, as he considers to warn you in time in case ofa will fill the building with an interested '
We sell 39-inch unbleached' muslinat the time Is most appropriatefor cold prediction for this state. I audience. Much detail has been Visit our Toy Department, and let ut show you what we have 6

2Qc through the holidays. Stan transactions in realty. am counting on the Western Unionto devoted to this service and there is (for Boy and Gilled' '
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ford & Company. '11ILlt'tle Bear in mind that great stock sale give me the information. so I mayget a general invitation to the public. a' "
at Pierce Polk county, when there in touch with you. And about The program will include carols from .
Ix>relle) infant daughter of there will!1 be some of the banking your young trees. I advise the French, English and German. MEN'S SHIRTS .
Professor and Mrs A. H. Fillers, offered
that let the trees remain
has now entirely recovered from her the breeding buying sows public.in the Tho state date of the unbanked you until you young have notice of KISSIMMEE NEIGHBORSARE We have made. a special reduction on all Men' Dress Shirt f

severe illness-and the quarantine sale is Monday, January 3. Notice the predicted freeze refered to MOST THOUGHTFUL' (for Christmas Week.

has beeh lifted from the house. the announcement of the Highland above. By leaving the tree: un Men's Silk Tiet___...._______$1.00. $1.25, .$1.50 aad 2.50 ....... \
Stanford can and will sell you Oaks Farm in another column. l-3t banked as long an possible: you Influence During1 the recent: serious illness 'I
standard merchandise for less than the tree to become more resistant of our daughter therehave been so "
is make
V. to a
others He sells for cash. IjcModo.rn Lyles Story sure to cold and it will withstandthe many kindnesses:' : shown and so much Box ___ 35c 40c 75
success of his special genuine imitation I Paper -- _----___ --_____ SOc 65e
house five rooms, sleepingporch cold better in case it does come. | attention: exhibited that the 1
appneI
palms-which are meeting There has been misunderstanding Women't Handkerchief lOc 15c 19c 25c 35c
Home '
; large lot; nice bearing fruits. with favor wherever: exhibited. There I I elation in most sincere when we sav : --- ------ '
immediate possession; $:.!(62/j.! / Terms. j will be a large industry built up in in regard to mv alloted officehours i that .such. actions from those who Men's Handkerchiefs___-______lOc, 15c 25c and SOc
Nelson Realty Company. Every Saturday is to are almost strangers are all the
I these: perpetual ornaments and decorations Christmas Cards each _. ____lc
office work and at this.. time I will more tender and thoughtful. Never ------------------------a
Trease and of Je- the :
W. R. family in the near future-and
romeville:, Ohio, who are touring the proprietor of the plant feels that the be very glad to have you call in case j before have we experienced the real Baby Blankets __________________________$1.00 and $1.25 'f:
demand conference with i
state by automobile have been recent j major portion of his time will be devoted (you county agent.a Come in and Ilt'lI'talkt.he your 'sympathy which consist so muchmore Bootees at _____ ______________ ___________35c and 60e
| in the doings; and the offer to
guests of Mr and Mrs C. H. to, the growing business.
JAinlc. The visitors urV delightedwith |I proposition lover together; if I :ido rather than in mere. idle words. Knit Caps _nn______. __________________SOc to 85c :
The Highland Oaks Farm in Polk f
can be of any assistance to you. .
Kissimmee is kind.
I I this .section of Florida. county at Pierce is to have a sale Ilon't forget I am at service I Knit Jacket 1 _______-_______- --________$1.25 to- $2,00We
I your Mr. and Mrs. W. I L Thomdyke.
All my shoes from five dollars up commencing, on Monday, January :3' free of charge nt all t times Drop - -
- .. will, be sold at a reduction of from lof some of the high-grade. ) brood me a card or call at my office The H. Clay Stanford, Company will : .t
/ROc) to $2.:M 0.) Tome in and be fitted i I sows that have been sired by the give its customers: t the advantage of ,
Stanford A Company. #I champion bourn of-lne country. The NEW KISSIMMEE BANK I ,every possible I reduction in prices. *" I Wish You Very Merry

Fin little ranch fronting lake. We i I Highland Oaks stock has proved: IS NOW BEING FORMEDThe
winners wherever ....hown- and this I DAY'S '
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want to show you this property. I FIRST SALES Christmas and Happy f
S,'\eral I other ranch properties worth opportunity to secure means. of improving Gazette is today publishingthe BROKE ALL RECORDSI a ,
the money Nelson. Realty Company #" I : qualities will draw a large; notice of incorporation for the I

The Chamber of C'mmrre.' is ,11'4.! I.number of patrons. l-3t new financial institution which will a proof that h printer's ink Is I New Year '

playing! several] varieties of fruits "The Dollar Limit" was so closely open under the title: of the Merchants I I the hc-st advertising medium in the t
and vegetable's of Florida productsin Bold out in staple and fancy lines And Farmers: Bank of Kissimmee.The world-where the public realizes
its show windows. These are attra..tinI |I during the first two days 9f the sale institution will have a paid-up I that all promises will be: carried out
much attention--especially that CJ. W Persons were forced to capital of $25,000.: Shares are placed 1 --it might be said that the sale] being -
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from the northern: tourists. I make a special trip to Tampa wholesalers nt 100, and already! there have been : conducted by the "Dollar Limit Lyles V. Story & Company :
Tuesday. He loaded about shaivs; of {
Pfiinii'tlias. roses, 'io.tll-4or) on nU-dged 270 -an excess: I Store" started in with an initial day
dollars' worth of
thousand
Christmas. Mail orders a specialty. one : goodson twenty. The following officers havebeen 'that surprised G. W. Persons!' owner
.. Miss. Jean Caldwell] florist 307Church his t'ar-und slowly drove backwith selected to serve: until the first I of the business. He had made arrangements
street Phone 83. 52-.tc | the car body resting: on theaxles meeting of the stockholders] on the for a sale of KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. I;.
I, in place of using the springs: fourth Tuesday in the coming Jan- !portions, it is true but the crowfinl/: '
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\ Mrs. Ella Keabert y esterday reiPived so heavy was his invoice "' rv: J. I'. Ange.. president; R. D. I his new premises: from the opening t r I
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: a telegram! from her: son, lor
Waring; vice-presiilent: R. A. Gates,
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SCHOOlTpUPIL"i of the store till its close at a
'llussell Srabert. in Chicago announcing -'PUBLIC i
cashier and these with the addition .
; late hour in the evening brought his
the death in that city on Wednesday ;i CLEVER WITH THE BRUSH "f Kme-1 !Mffrh and G. W. Persons, to |'sales to figure :before . J "
a never .
+ )hreemher 15, of :Mrs Mary up ,
I form the board of directors. '.
Kingsley, '! mother of Mrs. Seabert. reach upon any occasion. At four (\
Russell of - -"- --
Young Edwards I son ; I.o'clock in the afternoon his records
" k Georgia farm to exchange for Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Edwards .of 515 LADIES, ATTENTION showed receipts far in excess) of any :
Florida farm. See us. Nelson Real- Mahbettc street, has been turning I full day since he had been in business 1921 .
ty Company. #. some very catchy' and attractive hits Our (great annual clearinir-sale of -and there seemed to be no .
A weeel fire near the homo of the of work upon ordinary cardboard, leadv-made coats. suits, skirts, dresses cessation in patronage for the remaining -
.... l/owells. on Neptune. : avenue, shortly with a variety of subjects as his ] want, petticoats, and furs, also hours of business. "I didn't .
themes for artistry. While the: material l hy the yard, at greatly reduced :-
y/ after three o'clock Saturday! afternoon pro- I know there was that much money in
called the fire de-pflrtment to i duction is not that of the finished pri..es-ab..oluh'ly regardlessof the country!" said Mr. Persons
that location. The fiamciuwere beaten I artist those who view the work realize cost. Mrs. M. E. Turner, 518!! when his f sales were totaled.( "And
t p, out with no loss-save that off the young artist is practically Broadway, Kissimmee. Itc everyone seemed to be thoroughly CALENDARSBeautiful
time. 1I"lf.tauJht-.yet all are willing to thoroughly satisfied, too. That was .
Ten acres close to city limits; high) admit the efforts are well worthy of JUNIOR MISSIONARIES really the best of ill"OSCEOLAiHIGH .j
them
Vii', ground; gomfe improvements; $JHOO.Kavorablo :! .. frames which would render I'
Nelson acquisitions to the den and the din- Tha Junior Missionary Society of PLAYS
l. Realty
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terms.
f'\ incroom. The fact that young. Edwards the Methodist church will have a '
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Company. : is clever in his .effort is ac- mite-box openinSaturdoy afternoon SANFORD HIGH TONIGHT i I _
Mr. and) Mrs W. R. Hoher, of 'Orville. I knowledgecl by all--and it is under. when it in hoped that everynwmb..r _
O4no, havel l been !guests of C I] stood that the: returns from any will be present. The opening This afternoon both the girls' Art Work Calendars for 1921 1,
11 Funk and f-imilv The- visitors basketball team and the boys' basketball
sales he makes go toward a fund to will take place: at the Methodic! -
have, geinr to St. IVtersburg for" 'i satisfy his taste for a more perfectand parsonage, and the time for it to teams leave for Sanford
lirief ..tay- when they: will\ return to more comprehensive knowledgeof commence: is placed at three o'clock. where, in the gymnasium, they will (r FREEMonday
., Kill"imm"I'lnd remain through the the art for which he has already .content agnjnst. like teams: of San-
ls season at the Iraystone.; ( shown such an aptness. Those in Methodist Hold Meeting ford. The local players are !enthusiastic -

Forty acresgood land on brick ,search of something out of the ordi- in the belief they will ;feturn December 20 to Saturday Decem "
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road near town; improved. Easy nary and not expensive should sec Following a full day spent bv theEducations here with victories. I ,
terms, or will exchangefor city the lad.BLUE Campaign Commissionof In the double-header of last I Friday ber 25 with Purchase of $1.00) or more. "
M' property NHson' : ,. Realty Company. *. --- the Methodist Episcppal Church, when the two teams played two | w
South the Secretaries of Educationof teams from Rollins college there '
Of the in county cx>nrtwhere LODGE ELECTS
nine eases
all the Conferences met in Memphis defeat in both instances; the girls] PALACE
have been negligent
parents OFFICERS FOR 1921 GROCERY
the attendance of childrenat for discussion and nlanning losing by-a closely-scored game of .
regarding school according to law plea of AND GIVES DEGREES Prominent educational leaders and 10 to 11, While the boys were badly I
a
other church officers were present. nat upon by a scoreof! IS to 21. TAYLOR'Swas1''Close .. \
entered Young Tindall.
by
guilty was The There wall a large aattendance at Osceola High rank high in the state t ft : k
suRpended.
and sentence was dismissed. the postponed regular communicationof I Method! AppointmentsOf in scholastic achievements; and' she I
balance of the
cases were "
Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, is now straining every nerve to be ..
,; Beautiful: home, fine lawn and Free and Accepted Masons on Mon- local interest is the fact that winner in the athletic field; end I| '. .
i.r bearing trees; easy payments. Let day evening--where there was workin Rev. C. H. Summers of this city, looks upon defeat merely in the light I i r. f.; Wilkes, 1. f.; Horn Irregularity In the bowel! more-
us show yoi/ something good. Can the Master Mason" degree. The has been transferred to the churchat of special training."T f i:" e)r Lytle, r. c.; Sexton, r. g.; andMcKay merit makes you feel uncomfortableand
deal direct with owner. Nelson Realty lodge is in a most prosperous condition West Palm Beach, where he will Saturday afternoon the girls' team i (substitute Home) 1. g., for leads o a constipated ,habit
'' Company. and la among the best found io succeed Rev. J. H. Cason, who has played against their visitors from/ I|Ocala; while the Kisaimmae line-up which is bad Herbin is the remedy" :
Hddie Hansel has returned from Florida. been filling that pulpit there for the Ocala-and made a victory; and the r included R. Oliver, r. f.: P. Oliver you need. It restore' healthy regu
If f Fort Pierce where he was connected.. Monday evening was the time, also past two years who in turn has been team feels highly elated because of j 1 1. f.; McLean, j. c.; lveslle, r.. vl larity. Price, 60c. ,Sold by Bober-.
... with the Bryan Auto Company, and for the election of officers for the assigned to Enterprise. Rev. J. D. it. The line-up for thin latter game Maklnson, r. g.;; and Sanderson 1. g. Bon's Pharmacy. :, ..>, ar
has located a garage in the block at. ensuing term-installation of whom, Sibert formerly presiding elder and ---------- ----- ---, -- .
.. the rear of the Waters A Carson together with the appointed officers, at one time of Kissimmee, has been i 1+ s
.'" Grocery. Eddie will assume his will take place on Monday evening transferred from Perry to Pal atka. t
pdafre. with the Kissimmee Concert I December 27. The election resultedin
.: .- Band as clarinetist. the following choice of officers: CHRISTMAS CHEER CALLS I

Thirty.one and one-half acres on Howard M. Katz, Worshipful Master FOR UNIVERSAL CAVING I "COMMUNITY" SJLVER:

l ? ; Dixie, Highway: improved. Will ; W. J. Steed Senior Warden; S. ,
rent or sell. Easy terms Come, L. Lupfer, Jr., Junior Warden; Nathan On Monday afternoon next from
. t. I let us show you. Nelson Realty Bryan, secretary; W. B. Crawford two to four o'clock there will be ( THE IDEAL GIFT ) .
Company. *. treasurer found at the Chamber of Commerce

I Q tit,, G. Collier who is a former citi- representative women of various PLATED WARE "
., zen of Kissimmee but who is nowmaking KNOCKING THE KNOCKERS churches to receive such donations as
his home? at Glendon. North IS THE KISSIMMEE PLM the generous -public may nee fit to *
.I 1 Carolina writes to his brother: '",he tender in order that all children may '
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.)"yfl; : very name: of Kissimmee sounds "Either boost or get out of the receive from, the church Christmas Adam Pattern--Guaranteed 50 years. In Community Plate may be

H mighty sweet: to me. The citizenship city," is going to be the rule in Kissimmee Tree something extra above the us- found every item needed for correct table service.
this time henceforth. ual gifts. The churches invited
\ .W of Osceola county is far above, II a i I from are
., have, found, the balance of the country -I L. R. Vail, of Lewiston, Illinois was *o have such representatives atithe( t
for Chamber of Commerce, it is the
." ', before the court today carryingon as +
a realty business without a license; hope of Dr. J. T. Ricker, presidentof "A
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FFsale or rent: two-story 'and, upon conviction, was fined by the Ohio Club who is taking an '
t lIeV n--rbom house screened-in; two fireplaces; Mayor Cadel.$10 and costs. Vail was active! participation in the plan that OVEN CLASS \ ,

'\: sleeping porch; porches.1. also heard on the charge of "disor- there will be a generous response to

.. Good Bearing garage.fruits. Possession Nelson Realty January; Com derly conduct"-that conduct being this; appeal. ((11 PIECES IN A GIFT BOX) .
shown to be circulating false stories "Let us see to it that no child in .
pany.' about individuals properties and Kissimmee who attend a Sunday Just the right assortment needed for a small family. r ;
... .... The Kissimmee Concert Band gives the city and county in general, and school is lacking a !gift" said he.
, entertainments of an hour's duration being what might be termed an /rundellirable "If there shall be a generous re-
\ In the city park twice each week- citizen." It was shown to sponse to this matter there will be
one concert being given:: at seven- the satisfaction of the court that many a bright-faced child made the .
k thirty on Thursday evening, and the Vail was far better if away from the happier, and the teachings: of Christ INCERSOLL" WATCHES
second being given Sunday afternoonat city than if he was a resident here. will be the better carried out. Letpverv "
,four o'cloct There is a generous On this charge there was a fine of person in Kissimmee call and "
? invitation forJtll citizens and visitors $100 imposed, together with thirty leave a sum to help the protect-and An Ingersoll for every member of the family. Economical arid. j..1

;, to enjoy th/** musical events. days in jail. All penalties were suspended every donor will feel the happier." : :"
Miss AWiT2& Smith home demon- provided Vail leave the city To assist in earing for the funds yet very-serviceable.

a, ; has been spendingthewetk within eighteen hour*- nd the accused and making proper disposal of the
.rationspelt m Arcadia, where, with ofIJA man decided to accept the alternative gifts purchased by those contributions -
" fictals Irom other counties she was -and leave Kissimmee. : J. D. Woodbeck. of the Cham-' W. B. M kinsonCompany:
>f LV* attending lectures. by Miss Wesley, "Either boost or get; out of the ber of Commerce, and W. L. Thorn'
I : of the cjty.." dyke, of The Gazette, have offered .
is "visiting portions .
,,110 many _
_, their full services-both being anx- AMMUNITION" .
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vk tate as this ious to In "this woik of ( ,
demonstration.Smjth Investigators state that year's co-operate '.'"' ,
". fateresU pf home return to Cuban sugar be one of the making a Glad Christmas for the (( rrV ...t :jt .

,:.{ Smith. today Is "expected. to largest i in the nor.wiU of the island. children. .. .. . .. ... . .' .. '.' .'- 1 .' .,

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.' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. /RIDAT.:,DECEMBER 17, 1926'I -
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." '...f" ,+4 ."+! .'.. .o... . o >... . . . I l THIRD,HONOR ROLL' Thus '''the ,greatest state or sectional'' Sir Ernest Shaclcleton, ,,explorer.;;Is LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYAT.LA

..,. .JK .OF KISSIMMEE .PUPILs I fair' of southern history .Is Ufsured planning another ,icy expedition, this w, l
d \, I I __ v from'.an exhibition viewpoint: and time to the North polar regions., "
I I The following is a )list of the hone r thousands of tourists from all sections I Warner Duildl ".
roll students for the third) month o f of the' nation, will have the One billion barrels of oil annually .'
R. S FLOYD the Kissimmee public schools privilege of learning. what Florida in can readily be con.umed'by the Unit- Gazette.
section is capable of product ed States. Subscribe for The. _VaJle'" v
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First Grade: J. C, Partin. Rene -- "AVULCANIZE
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the exhibits ,
ing. To county will be I
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Cecil Bass ,
I Ledbetter, George ;
Key
t, V added those :of .Mexico, Canada and
Seabert Jack Lowe
Clayton Hyntt.
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YTIRES
Groceries andS Darling, Dorothy" Myers, Ruby .Tj Holland. -
son, Willie May Ilarrell, Elizabeth Twelve free acts, twice the number NOTCH STRIKE-J ARBITRATED THE ..
Deyoreo, Rosalie Hilton, DeRhet usually. shown, will -be presented NOW TROUBLE ANDTH6Y
Alderman Donald Steinman;; 'Robert before the grandstand each, 'afternoon v
S Ward,. John Muller, Joe Deitcr Moi, and evening including thrill- NOWZATT? WENT PACK TO WORKj
Fresh Meats ria Lee Yoweli, Helen Hansell. Vlr+ producing novelties that have not ,
gala Hannah., Jessie Mae Griffii been shown in Florida heretofore.In ON A .
.... Helen Marple, Olive Brown, I"rancillSmith order to meet the greatly In- cYc ,4, HOUR J'. ,at i!: !
1:. Milford Carr Howard Han creased demand for exhibition apace,, ;;
_ (rock I/eroy. Johnson, Hubert Keen. directors of the fair began their i annual ;i A DAy
: ) <-:-) George Thompson, Louise Travis. building program last week, SHIFT, '

GARDNER'S FAMOUS CANDIES Inez Walton, Edna Barclay. and several new buildings will be added E'Nv .
Second Grade': Elizabeth Basil, before the fair gates open. The
... Frances May, Frances Young Cecil number of county, individual farm
(-:-)-(- : ) Baslli Billie Bell, ,Allen Davis, h How live stock, educational anJother .; is the name of( I the arbitrator who stands
poultrr'
WHITE LABEL COFFEE Iijllonz.Charles Grantham. Vivian be trebled. VULCANIZE you and new-tire expense. Our vulcanizing
Smith, Mary Barclay, Lois Whidden Railroads will grant extremely low
r, (-:-)-( -,-) Margaret Whidden, Dickie Miller round trip rates from all points in will make you believe in tire-repair shops
Claribel Higdon, Sarah Hancock, Florida, and a' record attendance is that deliver the goods.'JICHEtlNJJRES.
J. B. Bronson, John Sullivan, Billie
expected from all sections of the '
Phone 302 Broadway Partin. Tam pans are making systematic -I'I'uDlon.
176 Third Grade: Matilda Deitc, Lola preparations for housing and .
Peake[ Oliver Carson Haley Duke, feeding the visitors,
Oswald Falls, James Earle Lupfer ._- -- ----- I .'
John Phay IAn Tyson, Ellwood,
. ..... ..O..Q........... . ..... . .. ..., ........... .. Hanam, Alice Bass Bessie Johnson, "WELL OLD
Doris Keen Joy Makinson, Margaret .
Partin Herbert Bass, William Prath .

"000"0.0 0 0 1)000.000 to .otO OO'utuoo ..... 00 0 00 C 00"0- er, Harry Bert Dale, Lloyd Bass,
Hichard Hilton, Johnnie DriggersMurray MAN. HOW
Tmon, Oscar Lee Partin
Nolan Brutton, Percy Mt-yers.'
5 Fourth Grade: : Charles Bowen s gS= g s s= c
: Your Agnes: (Ordas Peter Makinson, Albert ARE YOU?
Be Sure to'Do
I Rogero, Dorothy RoyaU, I,annK' 107 BROADWAY
5\ Woodall. Charlie Tison, LeVert Bass,
Herbert Breaker, John Mtakmson. If Your Blood Is Rich and Red You KISSIMMEE. FLA.

Maynard Ponlk Marvin Tyson, Er. Say, "Fine" __
ma Denny, hazel Kickliter, Dorothy

McCranie, Elizabeth Steffee, Della : ENTHUSIASM IS REDBLOODEDTry .. .... ..
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Fleming, Florence Thompson --"Ooo > : ."<--: : ><<< : :

Fifth Grade: Charlie Tyson, Dick !
CHRISMASSHOPPING Stanley Franklin Edwards WmieDurhain. Pepto-Manfan If You Feel Weak

Lyda Mnrdnett, Ella Quirk, and Look Pale Notice !
Mary Steffee, Hazel Hirtrcl. Wilhel- I
mina Carl'on, Geneva Rol><-rKon. Sometime you are almost down
Sixth Grade: Frances Bailey Doro- and out. You know you are not renlv -
thy Bullock Marion Graves, Louise _
A ! May Coralie Johnson Doris Davis. eding You eat little. You drag We will get out-our new Directory Jami- .*.
Edwin RiirneK, Alvin MtC<< ianie, Annie
e long In the morning!' you look at
Mae Sullivan. your face in- the mirror. You feel 1. It is that place order t-A
ary urgent you your
Seventh Grade: Irene Spence, Nora vear Ider when you see how pale
lee (Diamev, Rosi'lla Cooper Ever ,id I baggarei:! you arc I I
Pi;mgle, Minnie Hudson Lulia Ix-d It itS jour blood\, It needs. red cornusoles |I for a telephone at once so as! to be lit,' tcd in
I better, Vivian Floyd, Geneva Miller
;! Instead! of poking along; I I
Julia Fair Ethel Owen, Hazel Bass half i sick why don't you try takinr.I1'eptoMangan j I the Directory for 1921.
Eighth: (;Grade: Rehckah Miller Eva : : the blood tonic It :t
i Whitloik Eunice Rivers, Eleanor has just the ingredients weak bloodeeds I
Rosen Mary Louise Snodgrass, Lena
With red blood your energy
HarveC'ecal S'abertj'linlh and enthusiasm return You eat KiSsimmee Telephone Company
'; Grade; : Janet'Grav..s., Elizabeth letter You tackle' work and achieve I IPepto .
Moselc-y, Katherine Miller. Theta I
Manpan it widely and heart-
< Phay, Mary Stanley Joanna Hitch- ;dv endorsed- by physicians It is ef- ', By J lTit 0111 0 0 11. I I

PossibleTO cock. deeth; .(' and easy to take. It is. sold J.r. .

is As Early As Tenth Eleventh Grade trade: :Lewis Dorothy Campbell.Miller in medicinal both )liqu i properties'd and I tablet are identical form The . w M- < >.> < M :.< : c ><"X-<"XKThere -< :-:..>...-.."..............-................................".................-, .....!}..

Ruby Oliver, Clara Ploetz Sold at anv drug: store. But be I
.ur<' to get the genuine pto-M4tn. '
BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED enn-."Gude's," Ask for it by the is a marked scarcity of' 666 is a prescription for Colds,

FROM OVER: THE STATE name and he sure the" full name I plate glass in iVtrcorF! r and L.Grippe. n-.ik. .,..tt..
"dude's; Pento-Mangan is on .the we are sending .
Good Price For Famous Grove pa"kIlJre.Adv.) I,tries which used to send to UB.speedy. remedy we know.
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The Critchlow !grove of 3(>0 acres, .
a9i i OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY: one and one-half miles from Lake I -
Alfred has been bought by theDrawdy '

' We are still doing business at the old stand, and Development Company, of
J+ Orlando for $300,000. Of the entire
a we are prepared to take care of your wants. few i area there are 251 acres of eight !
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year-old treesMassachusetts I
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The Lynchburg R'roveontaininp;
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few miles north of Winter Haven, in r. .
If 'oik county, has been purchased by .1! / ::
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Waters & Carson Company The city of Sarasota bus II fin*' MDTDR cA R '
Grocery
': =. free nutocamp w'll.li..hl'd.11 l \"''" ,
garbage l'an"re provided -. .< /

I s. B. OWEN, Receiver 1 Helning The MeatProducersThe .., .' I

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Suw'tnnee Pnckmir Plant .
--x.t "rdei 'o aid l the fninirrs in caring; .. rti tt
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r nstration at the p-nt. It wns then ', .
..Y -; -'---,- - --- that many hogs, already butcheredfeeie f
i broupht/ o the company, and o -- ,:: Dodge Brothers Motor Car is built ......

( I experienced men showed! nrecisel'the -' life and .
for long endurance. .. :
trimming, and
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preparing! for marke't The plant is .' .;. .,. '. (

POSTUM prepared to cure, wwp, and l smoke : .;. The fine enamel finish, for instance; ,
all meat tp it.
broughJ _! . . .. .. .
. .7.,:.. is practically indestructible, and seldom Vv1
Berries Art Selling Well
---. :;; requires more than a good ...
hundred of strawberries -'or:''' '
CEREAL have Six 1 been MId quarts at Plant City this .:.!. .:;. :' -P'' cleaning and polishing to restore.. itsoriginal :-
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week at. $1 quart. ; '. .;:; I lustre. '
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used in place of . ,-.0... '.10- t .
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; gasoline consumption atnwoally ..:::
coffee has advantages There is a great tendency among .. ::.. The the mil.... Im onasaBllr: Ucta.I. C. "
;t't'e many careless drivers of automobiles to '..: :; ,: !! ;. .- -.
ivnorehe alarm given by the fire ..... ,.. :.... .. .. .1- :.
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soon recognized., department when the machines are ; ,- ." .. ." .'
hurrying to answer a call. The ignoring ,'.1. .. L .,
/A \. r 'Postum is better for of the alarm on Saturday af- . . . '
t 1 ternoon as the department was dahing w':: ....., 1.- "':' II'
along Broadway by a driver who ,' S. M v
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had not the fire-member clapped on ( -
very similar to coffee. his emergency. The progress of the _. W PHILLIPS' SONS
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"1 department was delayed a momentbut ,
it is possible that a "shghf
Postum Cereal should boost" of the blocking car would ORLANDO LbESBURG SANFORDJ
"- have taught the driver a lesson. 1 p
be.boiled a full fifteen ) f
Well-Known Man Drops Dead ,
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minutes. Another form ,
5? : : T E. Scott recently, removed by
Ij' Governor Sidney Johnson Catts from "
Instant Postum is made
) the position he has so well-filled
$ that of membership in the state road ..
instantly in the cup, no road d..partment-died on Saturday
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'J" boiling required. disease. Up to the moment of his ,.,
death Mr Scott was apparently in

I, ''Grocers seJl both kinds'There's Jl'\' alth-and had been engaged 'in'

it . his customary vocations
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. z: )'r,, a fteason" FOR IMMENSE ,CROWDS
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counties including several of north-
. ern and! western Florida, are now
!'' 'il \, rI ---- enrolled] in the departments of ex-
t'l "S Distress after eating Is,due to badE Congress will ba :asked to,appropriate hibition of the South Florida Fair, ,
,' digestion., "I.rbinabelpef' j the diges 11,000,000,:year to establisha the dates of which are February 3 ,
.proceaa.cleare' the, systemf: I definite national forest program to. to 12 and indications are that several -
l';... ... 'tmparlties"and'reetores' a feelinjr'of cover, the ", hole.United.States. will"'be added to the list whennewlelected / -I''
"I" '.+rigror,and buoyancy.spirits. Price boards) of county 'commissioners . -- .
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111 tr.pertysItusted In Usceola County, The" directors anal Nb* 'elected by U Bryan Kissimmee.10J. '
CLASSIFIED, ,ADVERTISEMENTS j KloHda. ,4o-wlt- the stockholders. at each annual meet *U. .Wood beck. Klsslmmee,.. .2C 4
[WOOD] .. Lot. 1. UIOl'k If,, ,r' O'Neal 'and Osborn'a fog. All other ''officers. and employeesshall M. M. Breaker Klaalmme -ZlO; ,"
f Addition. be elected annually by-th* Hoard W. O. Mass Klasimm.e.------, ft
'waironihod The said land ,being 'asai>ssn<1 at the .or Lilrcictora. The annual meeting of in. I. A. &'ord. Orlando.-_'....., I
FOR SALE : poultry-hoaaa and date of Issuance of said .certificate In. she stockholder shall be held on the. 4 I. \V.P rsonB. KI..I.1'1. ..... **.,. _-_
yard! and motorboat houae: IS the name ,of DuneKran, A. K. rib Tuesday'.' In 'January ,in eachwear. ., W.u13uchaaan, O"lan4q.___-.._- -_- 5
I KOIl. ,r 4ALE-A: Hewroom. cottage on bearingfruit' treeai averythlnff In I Unless said certificate .half lie redeemed ' :: n. WarinM orlan.o,'._______ait. .--.JO
Oak : Pine and "Lightwood." for brick road.: has two porch.*. ,well: good condition. On the romainlncacreage ; i' according ,to law tax deud 1' < VII C.' 4J. Hann.er, Orlando...._...
there' 21 fruit SoKUHVII ----------5
screened; hM garwr. bath.. watersnd are tr"wa,<>' will -Issue thereon bn the 10th day of Until the officers elected *t- the. Hrsl Tlldtm and Maarulre, or1J1n '

I 'tore or fireplace. .light Apply( at 401 Vine .IItr..t! Th... entire treea.; and premises i. ,Muwltifr Including,well.a January, ,;.. J.[). I 1***OVKRSTRKKT.1. : : rftinual meeting of the stockholders By W. U, Tllden. OrUndo.8TATK .. -
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Qualified. the buslneas of amidcurporatlon
: on..t lrC'apaetty motor anil anti l>oat. Clerk Circuit ,'ourt. Osceola OF FI.hRi"' -I,
C'Iunty. shall be
Delivered ,in the : tIne Saddle horse conducted by thefollowing
anywhere tlrat claaa
city piano Florida
1L.L11A One young Jersey'uw. i named officers: .. K. AliKe. COUNTY OF OHCKOtiAllefore
< Will noon lie fresh.. Apply to buggy' wairon. bai'nesp. aotn linpIe.ments (Circuit Court, Heal>.. B2-5t I'realdent H. l>. \Varlnw. VlceTresldent me the undersigned Notary
It, T.: Bullet-, Phone Iitf are offered at rlie Ureut Hacrinrti ..... Public In and for the Htatu of Floridaat
u. city Vlwurn of SO)0.. Full dotallsby .I : It. A. 0. l.'nshler: .and J. KAn .
Emmett: Roliff 'calllnic at' 1 In.CII.t'ult Court for the Seventeenth tie, H. I It. Warlnar. A. Uates. ,"' Kmll 'Lrge personally appeared. U. H.
Fun 8AUIC-China closet oil h"l't..r. *premise/. wilthmthe Judicial Circuit of the Hlat of Florr Mach and 4}. "'. Persons, Directors, Ino-ram., Kmll "'Arh. H U Autlma-n F.. '
wall ...1"1e.lIurr owner O. 1 McCab f, Kl lnime" Ida In .. H. J. D. Woodbncfc liry-;
ulChll adding machine .. and for 4>ac ola Cnilnty. In Ullbert. N. O
; nil rood a* new l..ot sundry Park Florida. : 4lf Chancer. In the matter of the petlitloit The highest ..m'I; 't of Indebtedness. an. 11.V..- Persona. ; Walter C Uaaa, If. .'
Phone'143 oflloo I.. of Kthcl \I.. Furr M ir.akerMilton l'ledger.Ituge.e C '
supplies; low prices 1. a I to lie a freedealer. or other liability to 'which the said
., Lumber II LOST 1'., all whom ? Hryan. R j b. Warlna F.:
Phillips Company. 6 .tI H It mav concern. corporation shall "at time ;, c. Turner, 4J.
aubject '
I| Notice la hereby Kh'.n 1 by the. utideraigi.ed Itself shall. lie a* limited any and definedby D. <'hrl.11.. K. Currier ,I. A. Ford'
- -a.. fOR BAlyB-One Bmeraon Typewriter IJOHT--On: llecembef It between tst. !' that on tho ', r.th day of January Hertlnn 1711, of the (letieral Statutes R W, Huchanaii, C. ....o .... .. .... . . .f modal'three visible a* good aa new Cloud and Claalmmee' on. 1X4 OV A. 1). "'21. I shall apply til the of Florida. dates. Tllden and Maarulre. by W. U
Apply Valley:: azeLte. tf <. .T. rotlkli treml paalnx; anmewhatworn Judwro of the!' al>o\e court for a license Tllden, J. 1". Anare, all to m* well
I _. Finder notify 14)'roti Klero, to tnnnairo. take caro of and control IX. known, nnd known to me to be the*
M. TILLER t'OflnAt..n-PIno residence property "corner hlevi-nth' and Wjonilnntrenta my propel: and 1)-conic a "fr<.e-d<.aler The names dnd lesldencps uf the Individual. described In anti, who ex*
quartertblock seven roomed hnua! 8t Cloud Florida l-ltx In every respect This the M h day of subscribers' .and this amount cif capital ecutccl the foregoIng proposed Char.
.....nll'e. tr...... paean trees. live oaka ---- ,,1 Decuniuct. A. I'. I 9211. stock aubaerlhed by ea<"h. are aa follows ter of the Merchant and Farmer

Real l. Estate Agency, i I flowers woodshed, vines and two ahruha apara rooms naragro In, MISCELLANEOUS.. I j jHKIOD8 ,1( ,: Nl.II't'liui.l.!. IF.t Klurltla.JtUINHTllN tilt.Addtes . : NUMrSKH OFNAM1C duly Hank sworn j>& Klsalmmoe severally and acknowledgedthat each belnar: .

rear Beacon ,qr selling. propertytoo -New Hprlnff aeed catalog will & UA1IRKTT. UKKIDKNC13 HMAHIOHI: he executed the same for the,
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larfre. for present owner. Apply soon bo ready for distribution Send I Counsel for Petitioner 52-4t n uses 1T/.fW'fK./ therein.. expressed.IN .
Realty Bought and sold. Valley I Gaietle. 1-tt OUT I I'TO nXJKINM'sSS --\VntkJns IS7products A. Oa"'R. Orlando---------- 10 : () t have
at will foe
name once ao there no
:3. K. An" Orlando. ._ _ __uutlO
",'11 tt. "'vct'y f.I"'r. If hereunto set my hand and affixed my
I In
delay reeeUlnir when
Houses rented. KOH;: H.'I.I(1"o.L"' your copy. you 11w-Il auto or teiun fan 'Rive n. I':. Currier Orlando-------- 10 Notarial seal tills ISth day of Dxuem-
cltruH lands In .
'e.KII..nr.I
the hook IN Rued
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Christ Orlando lit .
Taxes paid and Titles verified tiHCts c,f five. acres and up. Writeinn Company, Plnht <.'1Jo'lorl<1R. BO-Bt bond. uilt( ttiilsv for i Inltu mat inti H.1.. Aultinan Kissimnier214F. -- / her, A. n. 1. 0moTARIAL
8ICAL)
what wnnt H n Hancock. ,_. wlieieou: can tret territory for
you ---- -- -----
( non-retidenti. sellltm: .products of In eat Institution H' Utlhert. Ki..Immee---------10Hmll W, K CJOTTKlR.Notary .
or Imi Kh in n n, Florida. K2-3t URAI>LEY VTTHKSH KACTOItYMattroae I ra kIa.tninui-e------------I =
._ of kind In ''world. Twenty million Much 10 Publlfl.
reno\ate made likn
Fire, Life and Accident In KOH HA LJt-tJr.Iti'.I !Hlutca Army new ..",,-Ihlrd* the noat or a new uxers' J. It WATHIN COMPANY Milton I, H, Inarmm.I'ludger. KI..lm"I Kiasimniee----- 10I / Mv 'ommlaalon, expires AUK. V, 124, ; -)
Ten,, In A I condition Prarllcmllvnew one. 16 Hivant .street orlanvlo.Florlilfl . Depaitmtnt. 111 Wlnnna,
ranee. 8h..: IflxIC ITkf. $45 Mall 47-ltK Minnesota S2-ttx --
Indemnity Bonds. order carefully filled ThompaonMathcws & HOUKHKITTION up. Ilalance Hheot.Profit .
No. a North Orange: aveiiu and Li...> and I Income Tax 1% TIlE ('1114"I IT 4-01 Ifl1 l> AMIF4 II III. FLEER.S'j i-I ,

.l.( ..4. . ...... . .. . . . __. ... Orlando, i1'lorldn.i'lR 52-Slx turna.KlRBlmniee Ot I P. Taw 1 II* Orlando" II \e-I 1)4.H 1 4%)S4'HANI ICOI.OIT: t.lt1'cnlnsulnr \. KI.OIII-
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HVUIC fomimst plI..r mixedmnnuro ------
Applv: at Wilson nro\e; on 8KCONH HAND OCMJOS. liouicht, ni..1| ', Na\al Sion-x" Cnmiiant.a / :
FLORIDA FRUIT
Vine .street F. (':. Howe. R2tx and pulled, The d\\HIIIO. 44-tf I: corpoiatltinH." I
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BUCKMASTER Kim HAI-K-Ponies. Meddle Horses WANTEPTV SI.'.'l.h.-I. \\ Altlrlt. ,'t ale

ami more. ISO u I'. See W. K! I'nrIner ___.______ __ ._.1.1NTI' | N.. l'12' CHEWING> GUM -
foreman.-1 New IWen plantation
near NarcoosHee Klu A. I Jo*. \ .\ :" <"'..iiiu-t.'til w hlU* utnnii Ill I E"c..r. I the ilc-fi.''liil.inlH tmmiilIn
Thomas. Klsslninioc Fin or 4J-tf or turf HH ..ook nn<) ImiiH,"Ui ..pcifor -, 111 I .. ..oniplnlnant H bill of <'unililulnl -
___......! .pa. rt \ ..f foui A ppl.. \ at I on* tM< In I th. iilmv.. "'tli 11111',1 ,'''"M''
KISSIMMEE'S "KOH 8.\LF1-Gne net Electric Wall 22 I Mlliim ham ,,\ ,'mil. '. ('lt\ l-ltx \llll Hill |1.1. ile'- .lHk. 111.til' tlU I ..IIIth I
( .' Mli. .1"! of. .limiirv., .V l I' 1ii.M lorida Fruit
Plate, Prnrtlcally At a --- -- -- - -.- --- -- \
new. reasonHlile -
price... Apply Valley Oasette \\'.\ NTII. : I I. To Iti- ii ... .I. i-i. r i-li. at'lii. lit III M .'I."'l< II m the < nmpl' ilnantIn 1 ;
7-Jf ( "IIMh .'," 1111. III il ililtis.''\ i.aI lli<. al"iii't,11.1..1! i.HIM' I In tin
OSTEOPATH I"" "' :. i it. oll<'ItoiK. I"I,.mint., nn.I] PI. nilnic, ', .. it'l! for
i r': < 'ill H Vl.li.; <:1o; .",- ;;;::'HI.hlln.-I"' ;;: ---- I-* I I' Illlllllltiill. Mill al|>lv til tin .
Ii mis- -ia in,; (I KaUK.Iiil. lliu,. 2S FARMiilK Hind, tiitlny for ,u fi.ampl '. *- c'li-ilc "f III. iii.,..." i-milt I... IMM'..- i FloridaBIG
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE: 31.1t a .* coiy| of 'he I'loi I idn "l"n i nif rand I litllltllHHion to .t I \lll\lll i l.llllie.; , Ollnri '
Sti.clcnat pul.IIRh..1 at lack : I lithium ir tlttlMini! \shi\1lli, "'
Corner of Clyde Avenue ; foil) SU.K Unison nnd Mules In- I son\ Ill(' 1'< II,. Hl(0ii ll\'t.'Htoik il"It Mali. cif. :Ninth; (iinilliiii I ii i.innitilsHlonit . cLi'
.'ul..1 M 1\111I..r 11-tf IK*. rtilrtvc.( \ .IttIItry.1 ..Itr.i" f i oil ml. I In half of <-""'I'I"h".1; to
and Emmett Street .I'l Ill. H \ Ll'l'4,, lioH M"IIMy"r and tiuckliiK. w. .....kl> nt Jl ou I""'i II,,. "'Mll".r.\. ; ",'I1\\'n.r.
ohl',I Htiti. \il\t l one lark blue, one ear. I hi OP :yi-HI a lot51 (oO Onllt >' 'Mtv of \Hlie'\lll. :Nn; 111 (".. '.. ,, IIIIH'j
I djitk" KM.i.". HuHHlin *ti I... w hit I I I\ .HtK mid K* in ral I fai'mi I UK papt 11111,1" til I uitniHN ,ni .l I.. < h llf of ,
. - ....11. I and cuOn. ..l.'ttchif.I.Net' :' t Iv' In the ntat' \rite lo.laXdllNTH \'. pliilnnnl I I i In ,.i'i in. ilnuc. with I the pinlHlnti .-
uf *"<. etloti. lr.4J null,I .nth'I setloli < .
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Pat JohiiHlon. ((1 I' (i \HKRTA n 'w M ii.I'| liii) !Mill I Ntii" it 4'1-lf I .
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.. i| nf tin 0; i--l" Nliilnlis' iif PlotIllll

JOHNSTON & GARRETT I Kill! !w\lr: Munxnlou nil lro|""""\ etnintH fill till. II' IHII1 I III'II Maid. UltncHHnH
1 Mix lui, rg.mon..a. laimpmili :: \\',\S1":1I: III KlKKlninieiHill .
ATTORNKYS.AT-YAW loHf' I In .\1'1.1" ...ii. ,,,ri'mines f Iho,. oilKlniil \\ nlkiHK I H.'in, ill'KSnUeK. eilil. .Oils In |iiiitim| nnd thiit: i omlilalniilil .
-- Vo I I' oitiintio nnui'. IvtHHlniini. .,. DxllHtlH. i.". NifianltliHJ ,, I..II"'M I tliit: H rnittlliil pintllf
Offiops : 10, J 11 and 12: Osieolu) Band 49-4t nd "npat'IH ,\lI..r chill ilinn- 11M' lal", itt-i.II, Mil," UI"'" till t t. Hll
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_. - -. -- --- ...- -- \\'rltealkltiH ,, ,iiiiiaii\ 6"i. iI"lmlilllH m.,'" llf I M'h, \\IIIIIBH l'I.,,|j.n..I 111
HuildmjrDR. I''in, : s \ iKHint iu\ in KlSIM.1I.I.,; :! ; .. ., 'olll II
I'14)flhIIA : i I Unit high MI..I..f i'ultlxiillonfeitlllsicl . I
tItle .M-HI w..lI-tll'Il".1 I j I' t' II VMM .1CINI : ;.
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- --- ii .II.r mid will nil. 1(1' npftljil. |I" i If'i. - .- - I PMINil I A i'I.t'3IINi I : ,
R. J. DENNING IH I niti Iui4Mfth ot IH, 'r prnMltllon't | \ \ l I.inlx M |.1)0 \\' Sollilt.iiH: r..t < '',' ''II''I.i iol.r'1 I 1
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I IlllHH tlllH ..|oltunll\| I I"M'", (1 I r,'rkhnni,. M. Cloud Bi -Mi
DEMISTOVIT :'; t h:", ha1f-nill f i'oin i...tlionne _ __ .u ____ ._ :MvncT; : IIP. HIS-,1 II l,1''l';, 'N NiitlcIs
',,11 HI 111 Io\nl aIt..eI. ..r. ti-I.- \\\\NTI T\i ii'l'u mil.Nl. , h..I.\ 'I i\n, thill: Yh, ,. 1'"-I.III.r.| I
() the l'ol OFKK'l: III U. US; !9 to 12 :HI. I 30 to IIRelCid.n. - locntiil, on 1 lutui lot haxlnu, I I I I : *- ..'ii' \\ c' I IM>II "mil' I I. I' A Pin) You will make inmUike if
,. \LI'' : ; 1'111'1--; ill. I :; : , 111. Ill ,, ,.r l.vnnniiitilnl a you ,
I I--f it I"i | -Ci.ntiM |>|'<' > In .dnulili col n 'I M ell-Hlltiiti'il 1 In la-k. tiiiil 'i iti uri i. *
re I'hone 174- omit' A birKHiii' ' not to b.* m gtiftid of Orlunilo, lentliiK hou tit giiii.1 ,c-; 'ntIa-k I I., .lici. lii ,11..M..I1..I. .i.v fretting: our NEW PRICE lASTS JUST ISSUEU. PLENTY OF MATERIALS -
Office Phone 158 ; I lrUiltolit: :, here iirt &' pi It'en "111 fx<'hiin".. foi, fjrofiij! 1m- I ,nttl .....to 111. *"" A .PiidclaclctnKInu PROM IT SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides, I

_. ".r..-loonti iii( nl I K iHMlniiTii I o i I'nrk |iloil plo|.eil\ I In KlHMlmn I "MS .-I ii\it tin, liiiHlti'' itnil HHHiimlnu Sprayers Poultry Supplies.
-- --- with ii Ink,, front of fin" ri-ct. on |>l-nllil oppin I tnnlt, > for ii K..odtiiinHfd nil, a'KIH anil llilillltloH, I -
* 0 r KKIIII \ AKI.KM\N! one. Itail ....r M"" \i n :mil 1 on*'half .\nilv| at oin., I.. .1 I Mi-, I mil I' HiHinslltli" fit t Hill" ," i',*<'IH nfti E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ., .
W J. 8TKKD; I' H,"IIH |1M a IH ..-i....in I ItiiOKiilow with Phatter 11TH Mioa<.l\\a\., KIN.I",,,,,ii.- 'r this ,.t.t'I!I'... "..ii'i'I I lr'. 1"I2IIISIulKil JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
I.iiHi I 1:11'. .".' .."r"". .ln fri IIOUKI. I r.2.21 vI .1)V) C' I I.\ "\ 1-SIX f.

KR1BBS, AKERMAN AND STEED 1I 1- .-- .- ... ., :
I i NOIICI': It.a.','.;" -ivlicit,IIKIIHTh !
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A I4 eney and c ouncelorn at law

$ % 4.rnrr...1..1.|>..r4li-e._...In. Inrlcla.11. 14ale end II LLEGAL I ADVERTISEMENTS J .' .""".. I S ,"."".:.".Him:TI'C\ ;...r I tin stoik- Grand Champion at the National1 1-4: I

t I tilled M4n4ea 4 onrts. )hoM.iH, ..( tin Mink" "f clmeeili I'onnulll S
,
1 .*"- --- - --- -- I In. Ii.l.i. nt I tli. ..fII.. of K.ilil I D..I. ,,
'* J. ... In KlHslnim: ,... Plorlihi nn Taisdnv.liiiuarx .
W. THOMPSON
In I IrruM ('.>,ir(. Mimi.uS Florida.rimlrrnlh till. IBtllteit. full,.II lr I'll.. .. Judicial < lr<'ul (>.ee- ill.. Hlii4, -Clint lit the Him.. till!. I will foi the in' "..n.S.C iliillnu I illliitnlHfoi .
..... 4 ..n.t. In 4 haaerr. I|IJIM I $ 'H..nl mttnal I it ountH. IH, ]< xi < utniI the "'iiHiiinuIMII ant tin. trumUttlnn '
Funeral DirectorAND I -- I II I I of MultiMI...,.. and "Hk fin theli. "|iprovul ...r.1"'h llUHllldNH, MB Il>ll\' 'III'upi'l Hog and Cattle .
.ShowJ
I., Ill) I'Hi.l .. ... .
llillM'J. I'oniplilinunL.a I ''" I. .r.' sit 1.1 iii 'l 4 ti itI
I \a I I Half.cl Ii,.....mliel' 4. A II l"2cl I : "J I L/ II .n I :IIIn:. "',tnlii.'t .
\ ...li.> IlalM-x I i,.fi niliinl, | IIITAH: !.: _

I i, 52-111.!' Cit \IIIIIM0fl4i! '; '1C .SI-:I.I. Atlanta Georgia .
M UMiiHIIliK" b>' ufnd\ It ai ><.inleil, to ___ J. ,
LICENSED: : EMBALMER: | | I III.:A.. .;"TA'I K:
thv I'll! fUril l In (lii' alio\i dialed chile.. StIll( i,: 411' \PI-I.H II01 K()lt 1\\

I that. the. UMldenie of \\'..til*.v Iliiive)'. I I i 111:11.: I. I..t ..( ('osntJuiigc. State ...rI' .
Vy: Store and l Chapel Stewart Ave.r I Iii
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    and that litIK ti''t tin uiri- :NdTH'i: is 1I1r.ItJoIIf1: ] \ S riiatj

    KIHNIMM.I' I"L' IIUIIA I of IwenlN-ona yi-nm; It la thtrtfoia J.. M \Mllsoi. .lr. puri-hacci' of Tax1 !... Katate of Ada "'"',, ",1,. Hanel
    - - -- -- .-- - - \ -- ol'd..d l that the aRid defendant 10.. ..'i (....rtlfl'...... No, Su I9. da t til I tho 'Siiil dat' John and Uracc He.hli. Mlnoishiotlce HEADQUARTERS FOR THE: GET' -
    and he l 1M hereby required to appearto I! iItJulv.h.A.2.H, 1917. and laT.f fertlllcates -' Is hereby given to nil whom . .
    ft'r-) the Mil of complaint filed In anltlauai and 2U4II. tliu 3rd: It may concern that Leon Hchb l l As i OF ,1.: .
    <- on or before Suturdav.. .. the Idth day of June. A. '.-1018. has died mild' CJunrdlnn of th.' Kstato of Ada. Frank -
    I WHO WANTS THE AGtMCY? day of I I'.mher. A. I*. I (ISO( other* fertlflcates:. l In toy ofllc, J'nrOhr madeapplication John and (trace III....". Minors will. on . ORION CHERRY KING JR. 8th : .
    wlae the alleirntlnna of said Mil j ,, inaecordallee ; :.
    I KlKBdnnK-n iinH Ovoeola C'oniitwtoMoll be taken ua ronfvaai.d by _aid will defendant with for tax law. Meld certificate.I' the Kill day of January A. II. IVil ti.Jr..They : ; ... .. .
    ; to the Honorable* T. M. Murphy. '
    I Molle Tipewrltera. Aiti,'ifcaaStrontreHt. << embrace the follou lnr described property apply C'ounty Juctare III and for aalcl c'ountv. are winning in the. Show-Ring. Breeding-Pens and 'the Feed-L t.Foy'rof \
    'I J.hcht""I. II n.1 ('h"R p.-at It la further ordered that tt)at thuorder .. altuated I In Osi-eolii County, FloiIda. said '
    In III
    Typewriter: For imrtlciilnia write he published once a we'k for to-wlt: at hla offIce Klaslmmee. his soot and daughters won CHAMPIONSHIP HONORS the
    '. atId o'clock cir as soontieri.after on
    a m
    or tall l) on 10 T lloltni. LaIeIIiiiifitiiii. c'ountx .
    ii elirht VOH8I-rutUe weeKa In The Kla- The :N'V'M of NK'4 and hK'A of
    ,I'loilili r.i I 4tx Hlmmt Vii ll.. ... flu matter can lie heard "SOUTHERN SHOW-CIRCUIT". this Fall
    \ 3' laztttc a tiewapa p.'rpuhlihed H\vi,. of Section 8. Township 26 Hoiith, I i iIlanKe I I for authority to sell. at public orprivate
    In said County and State.Thit. 27 Ka l. fnibractil In Ci-itlfl- '
    I I 1t.I 10th day of ( Ocloliii Inn ate No. 20\ ; Lots 2. 4. 7. 1(1, 12 and I'Stati.sale In the said r..llowlnlC"M'rlb"dr..1 ('ounti. towltThe He stands UNDEFEATED "GRAND CHAMPION" the ENTIRE SOUTH.
    , J. U OVnKBTUKKT.Clerk \V\1o Lot 5 Illocli 51 Kunm'mile.. em-
    : 666 will I break a Cold, Fever aid K HHollclUir Clicult Court braced In Ct'rllfluat.. No. 2S9; 1.01. 9. |I of undivided said minors I"iv--tilghtei'rth In uful to ;.-I.l In'tercst He is the Biggest Champion Boar of the breed weighing .. .
    IHJI.IocK.
    11 and IS Illork' 51 Huiinvmerte nmbraced '
    , Grippe quicker tI... yiliinf we (Circuit Court: foi Coinplulimnt Soal 45-Slt In Certlfluatv No 241. and Ix>t-* Feet Pour of(I ) Lot and Five the((5))North:of mock Ten (10)One 980 pounds' in breeding shape. ;
    2 Hlock 1ft, Weal KlBHlmmee
    h.nAl I id I ) of 8 A. Koblnaon's Revision oflttblnson
    know, preventint pneumonia. land being, assessed at date IIF YOU WOULD WIN START
    Brothers'ddltlon to Ih.tu..n RIGHT CRT WINNING "SEED STOCK. .
    NOTICK TO OIRIHXOHS of lasuance of Bald certificates In the ; ,
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    -
    --- I of Klsslmmee CIty Florida. "- :
    J name ,
    I. ('o.r' *f ... C'oaMtr ....... 4> ee- tate Unknown. anJ; W K Harris.: cording to the Official Plat filed and'recorded Remember far Sale v ,
    .!. ('...>?. H4ate .f ...1....... Unless Bald certificates whall be 1'd..m..d -- In the office of the Clerk of \ ;
    the. Circuit Court of Oion-t founly.
    according to law tax deedwill .
    In re KKtate of AURUit Ord... Issue thereon on the 27th day of Florida "
    ( To all <'r..d II or... Li. l ,tallnj- December A. T>. 1 D20.J. Which "1.1'II..all..II111 he haae-ri upon MONDAY J JANUARY 1921 ONEP.M i iAn
    tree and all IVrnonn having. Claims U OVKRSTREBT the petition for such sale now on .. .
    or Demand. analnit maId KatateTou ; Clerk. Circuit, Court Oace-ola County. file In said Court \
    and each of you. are hereby. Florida Dated December IB, A. I>. 1920. REAL .
    r notified required to preient anvclalma LEON Ii JlJ1It. attractive lot of HERR SOWS. -bred to and .ired" by the ,

    a .'ddd';, which you or N4TTI4.K KOH 'BI..A..ON\ 1-41 OuardlanNOTIt UNDEFEATED CHAMPION BOARS OF THE' DAY "
    i either of you mar have atralnat the Serial No. OI4ZM ------ I.
    eatate of Auitu Ordaa. deceaaed, I late ) 'H OK ITK\TI4H! '1'0 *.'..Iy '"
    I of Oaoeola County. Florida to the un.'d..r..llI'n..d Department of the: ;;t..rlor. U H. and volt I.WITKKJ' l'A.N'1' THEY ARE WINNING AND SIRING WINNERS. ., .

    Kxecutrlx of Said estate, offIce at Oalneavllle, Florida. November J' ..:.'\
    Pleasantway within two years from date hereofOated IS 1A20 t Notice la hereby irlveii that the un- '- '
    to August n, A. It 1D2DMARIK Notice Is hereby Riven that William dersiglied' will apply to the Juvernor Write For ,Folder a.dHIGHLAND Catahg.. .
    I break coldsTVEItYONE OnHAH. R Comerford. of Hastings, Florida of the State of Florida at Tallahas- -
    tip 48-" Rxeeutrlx4tTltK who. oh December SO, hulls/ made I f Mae, on the 17th day of January A. -
    Homestead Entry No HZII". for II. 1921 for letters Patent Incorl.rating :
    )\ 0V APPI.I4-ATIOV! FOR TAX 8K'4 of NF: \4. NRVi. of PK14\ Hen. 34 ; I the M1SRCHANT8 AND RARMKK8 OAKS FARM
    s | In th. family catr. DKICD. and BH" of NWVi, Sillon 16. TownshIp HANK OF IgMIMMKK, under
    ' rely on Dr. King'. New Di.. tf 8.. Ranite 27 K. Tallnhaaaee the following proiioaecl fharter the '
    <*JCtcorery th. ,NOT I C.: IS HEREBY lIVEN That Meridian, has filed notice of Intentionto original of whIch Is now on tIle In Operated by The America Africokwal! Cbeoucal c. ':
    , tandard remedy Corple K Jonea. purchaser of Tax make Three-year Proof to eat&b- the office of the Kerretarof Stale .
    for the laat fifty yean, to breakup Certificates Noa, 482 and 403 dated lImIt claim to the tA..1 above described or the until State of Florida PIERCE (Polk County) FLORIDA :
    \ coughs and the Srd dAY of June A. D 192 grippe atubborn. tiled said certificates In my office and Klsslmmee. Florida, on the 8ta. day of of Dec-ember .\. l>. IK2O: Burdett Loomis Jr. J. Pope Bass, Farm-.Superintendent .
    4 lds. No harmful droga. At hA. made application for tax deetL to January 1921.Claimant K A. liaise. -

    your ruggUta, 60e and 11.20. Issue In accordance with law. Said I t r namea ... witnesses: J. K. AnKe': __ .__ t -- :.
    m. -- -
    certificates: embrace the followIng described H. A. Patten of Ijnuffhman. Florida Kmll: Mach ? -
    property situated In OaceolaCounty F. \V. Ames, of I.ouffhmun. Florida c I. \\'. I'erMonaII. .
    FoMsaidcughs Florida, to-wtt: Henrv Ktark. of 1ulhmRn.o'lorldR, II. Warlnti -. .
    l.ot 6 aa embraced In Certificate No Frank Jaualngr. of l.ouKhmnn Florida MAN'SBEST USE SLOAN'S"TO..
    48i and Lot 1 embraced In Certificate I'IttIMStiIt'HAItTKIt of \ ,
    No (D1I. x>f hock Ii Florida lran-d ROUT W DA VIS. MRIUllNTH ANn"HlIt.HI" HANK
    k DtKing'sThSCoT: Land Cumpany'a Htb-dlvlslon 4>-Et. Kefrlater. OF KI8HIMMFK r-
    : :::0'th1. WARDOFFPAIN
    The meld. land being aaseaaed The underslKiied iticorporators hereby -
    date of Issuance In the name of Unknown (Circuit Court Seal) 60-fit aasoclate themaelvea toKether' for AGE .
    New Unless maid certificates .hall I. flreBl( Ce>Mr.. Htmtf ef Florida, the purpose of becomlnK Incorporated
    5M>. be redeemed according xto law tax. .............t.. Judicial. IrenK. ...- and forming a coiporHtlon under and You can Just tell by It. healthy. '
    . " ss BssssssssssBssBsBslssB VBaB deed will Issue thereon on the Srd ala t'mmmir-. 4 ha.eerr. hv virtue' Kif the Laws of the of that It lagotoft 4. .
    ;r day of JRnU ..t.-- Florida, With. and under the r\"o'I.\ A man .is as old as his organs ; ha stimulating odor ,,
    Sallow J. yi.AolFit'c14itpET.{ : KatherIne nH>ylea, Complainant prcposed charter: to do you good -
    SkinyNot Pretty can bs as vigorous and healthy" at:
    Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County vis/ I
    Constipation destroy complexion.nuUng .I Florida. James I. nroyles. Defendant The name of the corporation shall 20 as at 35 if be aids hi* organs In ffT' I' only had some Sloan's tJntI ,
    a Circuit Court Heal) lIJt! : It appearing by affidavit' appended to b.. the Merchants and Farmers Hank meotl" How often you've said
    ,' it yellow and Ugly. Keep the the hill: (lied In the above-stated cause of KIsBlmmee and Its. place" of business performing their functions' Ksep tliatl And then when the rheumatic .
    "bowels at work cleaning out the system NOTICK TO fHKUITOHKCe that Jainra. 1'. Hroylea. the defendant shall he In the City of Klsslmmee your vital healthy with .. '
    aubaided-.ftel' hours of i '
    Dr. Pill. therein oamed. I. a non-resident of the In the County of Osceola and organs twinge / ,
    daily by using King's They I. >.rt. .f the (?*..tF ....... o..a State of Florida and Is a k resident. of litate of Florida. autferinj-you forgot hi \ '

    do the/work thoroughly and gently ...tF. *late .f ...1.rI... Itrownsville Texas, and that he Is I II .COLD MEDAL: Don't do it aeam- et a bottle <.. ,- -.
    Buy s bottle today. 25 cento.k over the sorer of twent\-one years.; It The general nature. of the businessto it '
    In re Estate of Arthur K. Vorh...... Is therefore ordered that lie aald be transacted. shall lie that of a stay and ketp haady for possible use ,
    Prompt f Wont G To all Creditor.. t-eitatees. Distribu non-resident defendant be and he I. General Banking Business with powers tonight A sudden attack may 4300141on i'- .
    : tees and all Persona havlna; Claims hereby required to appear to the bill Incident thereto as .provided hv -sciatica, lumbago, sore miiades \ -
    or Demand aicatnat said Katate: of complaint filed In saId cause on or i the Statute of the State of Florida backache stiff neuralgia the :: -
    tit Q'S I' US Tou. and each of you are hereby before Monday, the fth day of January. I III. acd joints, '
    notified and required to preaent any A. D. l .Jl. otherwise the alleKa4lona The amount of the capital stock of pajna aches reaultiag from apotIIeu.
    rlalma and demands which y4>u. or of aald }>ll] will be taken. Its con- aId' corporation shall be Twenty-live The worldVta6dir4 r'eSBedy foUstr I;JdtIMT. .... You'll aoon nnd warmth and rs- "r
    --- -- either of you may have svalnat the teased by said defendant t Thousand lIollar.UII.OOR 00). to bedIvided iisU4ia ..
    ._lI [ . Arthur It Is further I
    "' estate or IS Vorheea deceased. ordered that this Orderbe Into two hundred and fIfty
    Should" Be Quarantined late of OsceoVa County. Florida: to the published once a week for Four shares of the par value of One Hun- sine* 1692 comets
    Many physicians believe that anyone undersigned Executrix of said eatate consecutive week In The KlBslmmee. dted Dollars ( $10000) each to be paidIn .Il-QfganS.. 1..D. duggist. lb ..,we- 'i
    who has a bad cold should be 'i wltnln one year from the date hereof. Valley Ossette. a newspaper published cash .......... ....: ;;' ,.
    Oated November 1620.' In said Coua
    n tyand State
    IV. . ....
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    completely isolated to prevent other MART LIU> ;u : This 17th day Of November, 111I0. The term for which" said corporation '

    members of the family and asiociatei 4.-.t Kxecutrlx. J. L.Clerk OVBRBTRBICT.Circuit Court shall exist shall he Nlnetv-nlne -:- (" --". r--';. T' "-.._

    from contracting the disease, >4>nK; RXHCITTOKI roa FINAL, HfURRft A. SJKBD. yearaThe. V. ,YOu Enjoy Your Meala 1' "
    i 'colds a'e.biit aa catching as UI.OHAM B Bolleltorr for Complainant. btialneaa or the said corporation LU nteni "
    atles. Qnejvnng sure- the soon1'rid (Circuit Court- Seal)) 4t-St shall be conducted by the follow- ; .i'
    [ 'a tb. ('curt ef Cea.tr J.dar, State Ins offloera: A, president on. or more If you dO'not enjoy your meals'
    '"' hSraelf of a cold the less mt ..I...... Oe eeel. ('_'P. NOTIC-M OP Arri.lCATIOM FOR TAX \1."r..I".nt. a board of flve 'lIraI' indigestion ia faulty. Eat moderately ,
    10 danger /tad you will look a good DJlCIJIJC; ; tors.. a cashIer, and Buch other orilcer your -
    while before you find a better medi- In, the Estate. of Cullen P. Pare, and employees aa the cornrvratlon. mavautborli especially of meats, masticate 'v niJIIi.If;. ,;; .
    ,Peceaaed NOTICE 18 HERKBT GIVEN:: That .. ,VjW *.* of dIreCboas..mYaopsttit your food thoroughlyLet ,five
    Jt JiIIe! than Chamberlain's; Cough Remit NOTICE 18 HERKBT OIVBN to all W. I* Therndytte, .purchaser of Tax BU>>ordlo" rt-ofncera and *m- hoar elapse between meals and take tS.'t4114rdlfltidtItS ... .,.....' dia-:,: .

    .dt'to aid you in curin..eold. whom.i.io.; '.concern, ttarl. en theI5th Certiliesite-, 1M4 dated the Id day 01031'.... with such oowera duties a art ofChamberlain's Tablets ,ironedtatelr ,charged from the army at FortDow.ll 'Ifeoi' *-
    A 111. I IIf "un.. A/ D/Ol.hs.eI.9 aaJ*. cerUflcate term of offlc. aa thaw nm* orearriKa one
    '.Japanese constitute 42.7 percent .hall apply..to the Honorable Judge ofsaid In ;my ....rtloe. -."'t4' ...I J m..* .r .mV-bm ::1)r"I.." ,, after supper and you' will I this year for having, pea'.
    f. Court.: 'as Jade;* .f prokate. for ,i application for'tas rdeedto .1.... In not ,?neosatIteat. wlth Ik).J..t.ttittlll. loon eidyotrs'b.sphsssiI'; .] IS Ii j j'It fictitious dun*. -n"W"
    Hawaii' population. my BnsJ dlssttarca, : ,.e ,E.. u.or.r. ,accordance' ,with ,law. Bald certificate laws I IJ "oJ. ,
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    ii r.l 4 ''t", ..pH' '. 'THE, KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAT.: DECEMBER; 17.I.ltle, I ." tv

    '- 1 ' - -.; .. .. 7'--.- ,' ,

    $ ., .- fourri 1 jar( went to the honoree for ..o, o.., 'o.O' f. .. o.o. !.o o.o o. .o..o.o.o.t .o. t... .. .o... .o .t.,..
    fi for whom the entertainment wad . r. ', > '
    planned-Mrs. FJora: D?. Lee of Baltimore l a}


    i ;, Osceola$ ':rdware'Sfore; ELECTS MISSIONARY. ITS y OFFICERS SOCIETY. More. Good News From the. 1 1d ,


    ; At a regular meeting of the Worn, '. :
    It an's Missionary Society of the Methodist -
    .
    church, which took place in' ., 1 .
    4 The Bungalow, Mrs C. E. Hilton
    Dollar Day' president, occupied the chair. A
    short talk by the.president was given -
    1 a regarding the work of the year that The BIg .DoubleSalei .

    I was aHummer was closing,;, after which the follows
    ins officers here chosen: -
    Mrs John R. Dromon, president;
    Mrs. C. E. Hilton, vice-president: .
    I I Mrs. J. J. M{O \nip, treasurer; Mrs. '
    u v'r t 11). MeKny, local treasurer} Mrs. A. AT THE ..
    I ; r and we are now on .Ihe :r. I W. Bailey secretary! ; Mrs W. L.
    Poulk, corresponding secretary; Mrs. :'
    "' ') homestretch (for the bikes I t R. I"'. llodnctl, superintendent chil-

    divn's work ; Mr, J. /. RolH'rson, I .

    } 4: (' 4i .' Th\ Christmas Trade George superintendent W. Persons social, superintendent service; Mrs. DOLLAR LIMIT STORE

    supplies' ; Mrs. Mrs' A. T. Snodgrass,
    i superintendent mission study; Mrs.
    we ever ,had.QuickLite ; I I L. II. Ingram and, Mrs. W E. Wells, .
    n M @ I L. II. Ingrain,; and Mrs. E. E. Wells
    : committee on Year Book.MOTHERS'TEACHERS I Ii

    r Just make your wants knownfor : CLUB

    in line HOLDS AFTERNOON TEA
    anything our
    TJEUE la the most wonderful This afternoon at the Hart Me-
    r\ ** IiabtlntedfOl't.ar- UM-. and we! will serve you gladly Ib IbI morial from three to five o'clock the
    portable) lamp that rim. a mellow whit' members of the Mothers'-Teachcrs' NEWS'M
    Itjrfctof. ..toundl"abwllun'nor-a'owidlt .* quickly and efficiently( We Club will receive and during the i GOOD
    _. se..... and bump !<. own .
    p.
    ,....... -- .-.aln. awl ...... weld ; hours mentioned, there will be musical
    l' -......., soar ea, stand at attention. and awaityour I numbers by Miss Ethel Roberson -

    A Beautiful Limp In Any Dome i Y.CoI.t.U. and others, a reading by :Mrs SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 3:00 O'CLOCK
    :: .* hu ..'-"Ir..... order.rW f Earl Lupfer, lend! a report from :Mrs.
    7ho\U lMnp attnrtiM at*rrikd In anr of :,'- Celeste J. l Fripp regarding the rneetiinir :_: we will have SANTA CLAUS in the window. Don't forget the
    I r: : ..
    + n.'hrellrn/rMlr. "- .. I of the State Federation recently
    .
    w"uretr) ::Imo.*.. No witk.. :.11 leMt Koehitnn a {... I held in Tallahassee' time and place;3 o'clock p. in. sharp
    I ). No dully or I Mrs. A II. Whitman of Orlando
    .
    OsceolaHardware
    I \ w .ktl ctoanliiir. No I :
    'J I taMk., MWC beT trMW.. A vice-presidt'nt of section 1 .seven whirl1includes .
    .. vOwt
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    { "' "'r td"Mirw fx>rfH,."otfijr In ChaTBjrs 11tolttcwnta -.:-. Kisximmce.i has accepted annvitaatinr' +
    0 ....Y ( to be present ay may be

    r .1 =Ah..draQMeamnn.ld--no, qtH<. +|-:::if.oMfq it III tllgrlae.r.*| uTttilfttp. .r. I L: I'' m-en by reads communicjition\ as follows/ :ion receivedwhich I f i SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY SPECIAL FOR MONDAY

    1 f j' "My; Dear Mrs' Jo'rip,,: Thank you
    very much for inviting nnto your 1 yt::: 3:00 P. M. 9:00 A. M.

    tyh .'. ''to' scx-inl come meeting., and shall I look hall forward lie delighted with 'I X=f 25 Dozed Comfy Cut Ladies' Lot of Good GiiiglmiiiH.; Limit

    t ta pleasure I, to 1'iI1with/ you. ::Most' Vests. Limit 6 to a customer. 1O yards to n customer


    h Store =I i if "cordially PYTHIAN Mrs. Alton, AUXILIARY B..)--'"Mnud Whitman" i 10 CENTS EACH 10 YARDS FOR'Sl.OO .

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    PROUD OF SUCCESS( .. / I
    400 0 00 0 OOo :-:-<+:-<--rX-'A-C--X--X-- I The Pythian Sister's have just finished .'.

    ''i their banner year-taking in I-

    !Ia lone contest when it comes to the eight twenty-three Knights/ Indies At a recent and initiation twenty- I ii t 300 SILK AND WOOL SERGE SKIRTS

    ( IN SOCIETY'S REALM 111 1 final membership ( there, were the following; candidates. : !'
    f;
    I ORI.ANHoToR I Irs. C.C.. Jordan, Mrs. F. C. Edwards
    i 1 VISIT NUPTIAL CKRKMONY: I Ktelka l Croup, and GliidvsGiiflin. : !' :.;}, Received this week 300 Silk and Wool Serge Skirts and we

    .\ mRIt,.r.. l"I.'nI,1, far 1 hlH ..IpImrln",1 V. II. LawHon and l Mi>" :MaiianSurgvnt . The with Temple delicious was nft lunch<-rwardsentertained by have put them right ott sale. This is one of the greatest -
    a
    I .Hh..I,1... .hr 111"I.In. nM rlu' 'Iva both of this city, droto hostesses. Elizabeth Writing, Lillian, .1- have had. Some sold for
    1'1" Adr ano" 'ual' tern "r em- Orlando Sunday afternoon, und, asa i bargains we formerly $7.
    I I h..e I'v..nllt must h. .ul' h,wth 1'1111 McDonough. Betty Poulk. .Susie Pru- : .
    1'hoae \1. nnd I 11,1. fat "Sorts y." surprise to their many friends, reItuI'III'.1 .
    them and MattieIc'rltnil'!
    1 l'nrma elrer pramrll) ut I ten "',,I"plc i ItM M,'. und Mrs. Inwnon-thc. I .
    Si each* Krhlny """'"Inl(. ceremony being perfoimeil, by Rev. Bart l.iurf Bryan* Tuesday. < .evening the/initiates:Mr. and :Mrs. $2.98 EACH DURING THIS SALE
    were
    If oOn( A. M. C'hisholm of that city, but f :
    The New Year will wilh.tllI'i
    ly| MOTHER ARRIVES HKKK; formerly pastor of th. I'h'ristian: iK'jjin
    Ik'' FOR KXTKNKKI f VISIT church of K i linm..r. There was an following officer : T' '
    l 7 Mrs. S. J. Keecl whose home win I attempt' mad. to keep the mutter" a i V .C. Klix.ahetlr Wnrjn: E. S-, I
    ||i,1 primarily in Georgia; arrived on 1 1 "real secret" long IAIO', PeaVe; M --GraceGilbert; ; ; M'I f .
    as us possiblebut -' Plenty of Blankets at Yard wide Unbleached Muslin
    I/ of F Betlha Winn: G. of O. T.e-
    Mondav for visit with her mother
    a details of the affair crept softly }
    K\\ Mrs. Ed Hancock, at 110 South 1 out. Mr. and Mrs. l Lawson arc "/ll Vary. Tucker: M. E. C.-Ellen:: Gilbert ; .,
    r* Beaumont avenue. Mrn. J Reed I, !who home" to their many friends ut I their, : E. .1 -- :\Itttti.. S'P"I.j"j', M.of.. R. 2.99 PER PAIR 12 CENTS PER YARD : '.
    .r'T
    *. is. invalid is. spending her time nhd5t'tvmr l : \ )<' ; '
    < an / apartments :i)4( lake Street.POPULAR .
    |I w at the homes. of her 'hildrl'n-un,1, I nlld Griffin; : Trustee -HennyBuck" :r: -
    w has been recently the guest of herly. COUPLE j 1 leas .c. .
    I v daughter at Palatkn. JOINKP) IN WKOLOCK Reirulnr meetings' nre the first I

    t MICHIGAN ri.UHIIOI.DS I in At this.Saint city John's on Sunday.Episcopal; December church ThllrMdllv.nil1"Wednesday afternoon, and of! each the month.third C.I]I j 1 Children Don't Forget Santa Will Be In Window Saturday the 18th at 3 O'Clock '

    ai ITS FIRST RATING 12, Rev. I.. II. Kirby officiated at !Mamy'p Jt-fford", M. of K. and
    is Pursuant. to the rail of the secretary the service joining Arthur E. Done-
    V. R. Wotring/, the Michigan pan, of Orlando and Mrs Bessie FIVE YEARS OLD j
    Club met in the Hart Memorial on Bryan Simpson of Kissimmee. The ( AND ENTERTAINS FRIENDS: fTS
    evening for the first! offl. Little Edna of Mr. and t
    Saturday ceremony was free of all ostentation daughter
    , vial gathering. There was a general i Viand was. attended only by relativesand Mrs R. S. 1 Floyd, of Brack street, '
    .'. frond time, and plans were )laid for a number of the most Intimate was five years of age Wednesday.) '
    some ,.extended lIrojt'ram-all well as friends; but congratulations will December l 8, and in celebration of DOLLAR LIMIT' STORE

    increasing' the Vncmbvrshlp of the pour in upon ,Mr. and Mrs. Doriepan the' event. 'there was one of those
    club 1 charming little'Il'alh'erlngll of. the
    from friends in all sections of the
    .
    .. .
    >! alI
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    S state. J Following the wedding the young folks-to which the elders -
    .* MRS WILLSON RETURNS desire invitations. The !guests
    couple left for a trip to western I I ways
    TO KISSIMMEE HOME ,, were full of rnthusiaem': over the affair
    uo.ints, and will be "at home" in 01'lando G. W. PERSONS COMPANY
    After extended -... Floyd aSlli..ll.db .
    \1.
    t. an period of illness to their circle of ac'iuuintanccx' -when : was'
    during which time she was in i after Saturday, January 15 I 1 :Mrs Tarnon, Mrs. Smith. Miss
    el several of the beat medical institution ,I I j I !Myrtle Barber and Miss /Vivian

    .q, in the north. Mrs. Minnie Moore TWO HOSTESSES HOLD( |I 1 Floyd-nnd the ret,?hmcr.t table of .. ,, :
    Willson is I charmingly c o 0 *.toOO to."0" >*$ o "9<4"M HoOOOO O oooOoo: *
    r once more in KissimmeeJit f' CHARMING( BRIDGE-TEA cakes and ice cream wis !
    -- the borne of her sister, Mrs. S. I l . William Coble and Mrs 'Roy embellished with poinsettias and other ----- ,-
    B., Aultman 317 Broadway. Mrs. Illl IlllMrs. entertained Saturday afternoon I decorations<: while the huge
    held each weekin GRAFTERS GALORE After
    ful socials that were Looking Property
    Willson U five lighted
    convalescing from opera-1! some twelve tables of guests at "birthday cake" carried with I
    lions and i is still far from being in .bJ'ldl9--and the entire affair was candles indicative of the age of the the Chapter House- programs NOW THREATEN TO
    +.' 'I( consisting' of song, story and Boulton Kelly one of the oversea
    C'ondition-aJthough Poinsettia FLOOD KISSIMMEEContinued
    perfect physics cleverly was honorguest.Those
    capivating. the forum of kindly greetingsthe men who saw much service, !is guest ....
    open
    Tiner
    r Jhe I.i on the road to rapid recovery. king-for his Christmas tints Were present were Edgar
    too, of for a brief time of J. M. WillBon -
    commencement manyanting
    '- ..---' everywhere prominent from scorecards Richard Croxton Al Tyson, FrancesYoung ( ( from Pas One) I and the e
    :+ OHIO CLUB ''MEETS to c'ocktailand the candel- Jane Combs, Tat Paget, Gertrude ! friendships have Oed.Kissimmce. \ on Wednesday two were out
    >. IN IIART' Miller l Dale Paget. Bobbie These social events have now been on a hunting expedition Mr. Kelly
    ; MEMORIAL eta upon each table were. carrying : has been corn naratlvelyfree ] is of the famous
    '!bent' was':well-attended meeting the colors as well. The rooms bore'Jeffords. Ella ,Maud Seiver, Dorothy resumed. Tuesday evening the Moth- from this class 'of Jrf"alters-bu't Kelly son of the Dr. HoeYard'J. r;
    '' Johns Institute
    t.. of the 'Ohio Club held in the JIartV the brightness of the holidays to the Katz. Kathryn O'Bryan Melrose ers'-Teachcrs' Club was hostess to a there are indications at this time Baltimore, and Is Hopkins inFlorida: to- la
    Memorial on Monday evening, with delight of the many guests-several .Shuman Evelyn Piano LaTrelle most delightful audience-where not that there is need of : look after the his
    of ;
    lwatch- realty holding
    closer
    ''the president of the. club Dr. J. T. !of whom were from Orlando; and Grantham Marion Carson Constance only wen all of the rooms packed almost -' ing alt plethoric father In several of the
    I \ '')4Uck. The oft collation marked with Snow ) Makinson Caroline to suffocation but the porches locali portion
    r. presiding number the waa a Patsy is easily reached from many state He is reputed to \be shrewd
    fT>hioan whose name were first att' .'cleverness seldom, noted. Carson. were crowded with the anxious to ties-for what la a distance of business and a of'
    man, I la r
    fixed i to the roter'of the organiza: The hlgh-priie, a handpalnted con- participate. 'he entire entertainment twenty-five, fifty, or even one hun- that young, sort bound to always one make" ;
    '
    1C s. /tion "wa' *small because of the Inclemency fectionery container, was awarded to SCENES OF GAIETYIN was ont of social enjoyment altto dred miles. when one has a strong friends in locality. From Kis "
    / of the weather; but the at- Mrs. Taber of Alamont; the ''consolationsouvenir HART MEMORIAL and the evening was declaCfiiLJjy powered car? And it may be under- simmee every "
    .' '''t"'tCTidance on''Monday evening would went to Mrs. Ward of Tourists who knew Kissimmee in have been well-spent. stood that these people are not traveling Haven where Mr. Kelly his father will go is to in Moore I t +$\\l
    .i'mdieati( that Ohio will !give Michigan Orlando: and the guest-prize, a pot- former years will recall the successKr Other events have been planned. in slow-jroing coaches. Nor of a considerable possession ;

    On Tuesday evening the women of are they always welldresll'd1t'orone but will return here for a acrOai.1 more extended -
    vfeDRTi. ... l' '\,'!..t1'Ir - the Presbyterian church will arrange. may find them of all walks of visit. "'
    4 . to meet and greet nil strangers and life--apparently. The ordinary me- t
    visitors in Kissimmee; and it is the chanic the chauffeur" who drive "for Reinstated After Death?
    desire that each of the denomina1 hire" the man! with a farmer appearance -
    li 7." ,: '" M. RIVERS .. L. H. GEDGE CEO. T. SINGELTARYF 1 ions shall arrange' for a like affair. the man Ipurll \ r 1 "" ..lcI.n' C..Iai.r a.Prsid.nt The more occasions of this nature widow who "yearns for companionship err who died at Arcadia last Saturday w
    ; that can be carried out it i Is carefully ," the pretty nursegirlany while under suspension on
    4 .' figured the better will be the of those may be the one that Is charges of (Incompcntency.i, wat reinstated "
    ( N / seasons' enjoyment and the more anxious to draw Into the net all who by the governor by an order '
    \ ; words of praise will be given to Kissimmee. may "look like ready money." bearing the date before the death of
    A government dispatch sent to all Scott but apparently written severI I
    i :'. Have You Planted These Seedlings? New-comers frequently ask: "Whatis newspapers.. in the state carries the al days after his death. The order ,
    " s M' ,10 the Hart Memorial" To the following information for. re-instaUment recites that the !' '.
    : \ You cannot build a wall without (iyglebrick*. You cannot faithful women of that organizationand "While Jacksonville, as 'the largest! charges against Scott were not u-f. '; : tl
    '. .... put a*barn without single board You cannot raise corn without /: to the members of the W. C. T. and wealthlellt' city in the' state and tames by proof. As a matter ,..f .
    ;
    i up U.. all of whom have labored eal- the' tourist .gateway,: has been head- ott is well known throughoutthe \
    ,lt ; s planting ingle grain You cannot build up a Bank Account ously to keep this attractive little quarters for these operations for a state as an original, member of t
    '' wY J' without single dollars,; If you despise the little things you can nook open season after season this number .of years, other cities In Flor the state road department a man et7'. '.
    > : If' never attain to thgfbig thing Bear that in mind for yourself. query aomewhat disappointing It ida have provided generous pickings superior attainments and public ;j 1
    ni- Bear it in mind for your children. Teach them-learn yourself is not to be wondered at-thin In- for confidence' operators. Several spirit. ',I'

    +' t by beginning a mail account for your children and youself at this ouiry.that small No sign,retreat; suggest may that be within found south cloned Floridatowns to confidence, however operators.haveben HIGH-GRADE SWtNE STOCK 'I >

    Bank. comfortable rockers, cosy settees, Among these are numbered St. Petersburg ., 'Ie)
    'st attractive books a tuned ptanq-and and Clearwater. Tampa I I. The sale of prize-winners and 'real' Ij, awy
    It ha been well said that little thing make up the a pleasant little woman ever readyto said to be more or.lea open to them. herd sows, scheduled to commence at .- 'to/
    a( _. sum total of( life-and little habit that of character. give such helpful Information, as Another town In the vicinity of -Tampa the Highland Oaks Farm, at Pierce,} v1 i S
    :
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    lie within her power. probably also will be made a base, Polk.county, on Monday Januarys,' V?
    I They the eedling of character.-Mosaic:*. may Several will offer to farmer
    ti are except Sundaythe for operationthis) year. an unusual op/- ..e C'-V
    day
    *\ All dayv"y U to tbe'public.On place* in the central part of the portonity to improve their hogtock. *)J .
    ' building open logs in ktate..are expected to prove profitable Special attention is called to the advertisement : .
    t < h "i : .park. of /Qsc&ola .County -. chilly days the biasing warmth bases dot operation Orlando has of this tale.-to be found '
    - 1 send forth.a. ;
    ; the fireplace The; henir-pickrd. as one base.Sanford has In another column. 1-St I ).
    for all.
    .* ''m-tf. ', r ' Hours' t 9 a. to' 3 'p. 'm.. x and Memorial chee.-ra Is not invitation open .'.,.nln *- **- been shine selected out upon for the another confidence Ki..lmmtf'men The Supreme Court,has ruled' that 1h

    I'ip"i. .i' cept under auspice .of mom church and several ave aid even now to be an ihshrance'policy l : : c or',club orgarnxstlon which a making headquarter .there. New suicide Is payable proviftpd all condition -

    h", .J. .: "" :r.i.. 't"'f"J'- ;- ", w'. the small expense fee Is char upkeep.to help *But ft aY it New Smyrna, downthe coast St. of. the policy are c. Jt. > lied-0.''WIt. .

    & ; I ::. 'TAVl&nA. With th.'Ability. . ': Is the custom of th .. ;lorraiiatjorui Beach Augustine a.1; other Dayton point. are West, included Palm Tea Lard TO tLAaf'YWATNON -, .}
    TtattoMwhoshould
    the
    S, ahdWiUingnto S.fro. \ DEPOSITS INSURED to gladly welcome id the plan of this gang.:' M r r MKlJoK tt. IIio
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