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 24, 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: VID00991
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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L : GIRLS ARE WINNERS FLORIDIANS URGING .. KISSIMMEE' STORES

THEPEOPSBANK .BUT BOYS .,LOSE ,OUT :Cheery Words' Will Cheer Up STRICT QUARANTINE
consider
* NAMED DEPOSITORY Although greatly' handicapped, by the A movements hearing to of fruits, restricting vegetables SOON TOAPPLYTO'S
using an indoor court.and playing by .
and ,
plants from Cuba, the Bahamas,,
(A Thorna )
artificial light, ,the' double-header graph Jamaica, the Canal 'Zone-- Costa '

FORCOUNTYFUNDSBak.g day basketball evening played resulted sit Sanford in,'a iVlctorv' last Fri for When you start out in th morning figgering' how you'll spend, th'day, Ion Rica.and India Java, Phillappine, on account islands of the, .Cey.citrus BOARD OF PARDONSFor

the Osceola girla-but'in defeat for .Call' latin' on th' profits lhaV then teem to head your way, black fly, has been) conducted in "

the boys. From the commencement :.Don't ,forget that there are others-some, perhaps, a trifle sad-- Washington this week by the' department Eikibitiuf Sack; Large. and Attractive .'.'
Institutions Scrambling of the first tha'girls evidencedthat
N.t. game
they "would bring home the S<*ne. may be, with several sorrow- more than you have ever had: of agriculture.Congressmen Showing at Prices WaicfcSeesa

r Over Proposition to Hold the bacon." Their work was clever and Smile -and beam out brightness to 'em; proffer 'em a word of cheer; Sears of Florida Clark and, Drane Upshaw and of le Fit Every Pars

Fmnds of Oscesla Gouty their teamwork worthy of the coma Say: "Good mornin'l How you feelm'? Mighty glad to have you Georgia, were among 50 representatives S
mendatlon it received. The team was ] h who the Never before have; the merchants
before boardin
appeared
ere ,,_ ,, _
By action of the county commissioners .. .
r Oliver and -
) composed of Perch Ruby favor of the quarantine.C. of Kisslmmee made so charming and
. at the meeting of Monday Oliver forwardst; Edith McLean, inducive exhibitions of goods aa during -
C. Gowdey, government entomologist
the Psoples Bank of,Saint Cloud was jumping* 'centre; Virginia Lesley In the evening when you meet 'em--on the walk or near a store- of Jamaica E. C. Knight the current season:-and, so far

; designated as the official depository running centte; Emily Sanderson : Doesn't make a bit of difference you've never met before from the. Isle of Pines A. Tynes as statements from individual deal

ts: of the various funds of Osceola. and Jo.. Makinsoni' guards. The score Make put t just a. if you knew 'em 'way back in the long agoindneas Smith of the Bahamas; E. Renter ers have been .secured relative to the

,county Curing{ the coming year. was in favor of Osceola by a total of } doesn't cost a great 'dealt-jan' and it helps a lot. you know! and John C. Johnson, director of buying public, not for yean has
TheA to b. desire
appeared no
27 to 1. I there been so liberal a patronage.
sanitation from Cuba
opposed
plant ,
upon the part of the two remaining The boys played a close, hard- If you have a grouch just hide it C show your better self out clear- the restriction. The* "buying-- ubiic." and this

'; financial institutions to be awarded fought game-where every point was Say: "Good Evening! How you feclin'? Mighty glad to have you -. --. ss MSMS. ,*- ....,rr-** means everyone-from the. child who'

the custodianship of these funds; hotly contested The line-up was here!I" -_t'l .. '....... ._ __ _.....- THE POPULATION-- OF -- buys the tiny gift to the adult whose
J'! that being the conclusion reached by John Graham 'and Joe Sears forwards S -.- ',- ",,-, : purchases reach into hundreds, and
the board when but one application ; Murray Overstreet- jumping ; THE UNITED STATES all who ''come in between"-Is proving -
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w was received. Keep light at it'all th'season and you'll note 'the change it wakes;
.' centre; Gordon Bullock and Donald ., IS NOW 105,708,771 most liberal durin this holiday
The laws of the ,state declare that McKay (substitute Maurice Wilcox) I "Hello, bo!I" and "Hello sisteri!I" Gee! It smoothes down all season. There is no hne' csrrled in
applications for this award shall be guards. The score was 18 Jto 17 in I aches I The populali---;;;; ot the United the large sTocks shown by the merchants -

,.. 7 received by the county clerk ,between favor of Sanford. I Then the your folks who come from sections far off from the north and States on January 1 this year, as of Kisslmmee but what hall
the lit and the 15th of December
The Sanford team extended every enumerated in the fourteenth census been selling he.vlly..and will continue
r (' In each year; and applications received courtesy to the Kissimmee rooters i west-- was 105,708,771, as has been announced to sell till the doors of the establishments
t at other times will bear no of whom there were many-passing Will be happy with th'rnem'ry of the spot that used 'cm best ) by the ceasuc bureau for shall close late. oil

;' weight in the actions of the commissioners. them to the games and serving And they'll say when they .are. leavin' to return another year: certification to congress to form the Christmas Eve.Mercantile .

.'. In case 'there shall be no pleasing refreshments. Those who "Here's a lookin', How yo' (feelm> Mighty glad that you were 'basis for apportionment of themembers I' institutions pf, this city
application from a banking institution of the house of
: aw the games are firm in the belief reprcsenta"I' rank well in the stocks exhibited
: within the county the board has that before the season closes Once here!I" tives from the various with any citv in the state-even
the right, in fart it is made its duty ola's team will lie enumerated as The new figures show a gain of cities of much larger ..Ize--and it fa

to select as such depository the amonJl:' the best players of the state. . 2I>>,CC 2 over the preliminary figures' tacitly acknowledged: that prices are
shall be the nearest to ----- --------------- - -- -
'I bank which I Ii --- -- -4---- announced October 7.These I generally lower here than at other

i they countyseat in some adjoining MINNESOTAN PRAISES PROGRAMFOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE are the final population figures localities. Contingent expenses which
county. FINE SUNDAY of the country and the states! l.
'" GAZETTE SENTIMENTS ; are connected with all lines of business
': L. II. Gedge, cashier of the Bank I MUSICAL CONCERT SHOWS HANDSOME WINDOWA the .statistics announced early' inOctober are more conservative in Kis-

of Osceoln County, when asked if A. C. Buck, connected with the having been the preliminary simmee, probably, than In any. city
',> 'his bank had slept over his rights local telephone company of Arlington : The Kissimmee' Concert Band i ia' remarkably display is being compilations. The. populations of the in Florida; consequently merchantsare
Id and had "made a slip" in neglecting Minnesota, who is a frequent I making greater process than ever shown in the windows of the Chamber status are as follows: enabled to do business at a
to make application, replied: "No. I numbers grading of Commerce-and the attentionof Alabama 2,348,174. I '
and the are
'.4 visitor to Kissimmee, writes: "We I before, closer margin: than is possible where
lit directed
; Our bank qid not care to be named. have been blessed with extraordinary I higher than is customary among I the passersby continually Arizona 833.903.: : rates are much higher, and often almost -
The handling of these funds is of weather so far this winter but ctr small city bands. Many words of I therpto Messrs. Woodbwekand Arkansas. 1.752,204 I prohibitive.
A I'I'7 exhibitiona I
.- tnore trouble than the ordinary person first blizzard is raging today. This : praise are being constantly bestowed Wilson have placed on California :3,42fi,861. A visit to many ot the st reirtKissimmee
would imagine-and there is make us think of Florida. and the upoa the organization for the variety -j charming showing of fruits in oneof Colorado 939,629.: ; will be a revelationeven -
actually nothing in it.Really, very time we had in Kissimmee shown. in the programs, and the the windo..swhile t h. other is I Connecticut 1,308,0.11.: to those who, in other elates
few banks care for the business-as I pleasant last wiatcr. While we not be following has been planned 1,y the devoted to the lens attractive but Delaware 223,001: : have been accustomed 1 to viewing

\ it entails too much responsibility able to get there this may winter our leader J. M. Gallagher for Sunday j equally valuable! ) vegetables, grains District of Columbia 417: 71. shops of much greater magnitude.
and too coqt. Our institution o'clock and grasses.!! Both windows are excellent Florida 9M< 8,470.ivnrgia .
heavy a four
heart is with in the 'sunny afternoon at : Hardly a necessity can a>< suggested
r:. ia perfectly .satisfied with the I southland,' which you in a paradise in Overture-"The Golden Dragon"King. advertisements. for this county ( 2,895.812.Idaho . which cannot be found in several -
: action of the board which was -entirely -- and are a credit to these who 411,8(1(1. I
-- the winter time compared with thecold I qualities in the local stores: articles
legal: i ia every way." "bleak north.COMPULSORY ." Intermezzo-" !istisn NiKhl,," King I arranged them One of he featuresphovm Illinois ..4f1j.2"0.I I of luxury, of adornment, of beeuUI -
; I Fantasia-Nautical ._ -_ Tobani! : if. a .splendid specimen. of a I Indiana 2,910.190.: ( : Oration, are exhibited in magnificent
Morel Chinese cabbage Iowa 2401.01.:! I
DIPPING Serenade "Moonlight" of
: : profusion; wearing apoarel every
: SIZING THE TOWN WOULD.BE HARDSHIP Blue.*-"Spooky Ookey" Vandersloot Kan"81.71.257(;! degree may be found to suit the
1 Sacred Potpourri-"Joy To The I Mr. and Mrs. W. I n. Oownoy of I Kentucky 2.41M.10.\ : most fastidious feminine fad; and as

SAYS ONE CATTLEMAN | World." - _ u _ Barnhouse Ben'/in 11 a I'1>0r. Mii'higan, arv expected l.oumuna I 1.798,509! for the children, well-there Is nothing -

: UPON POINTSIf I John Partin county commissioner, i"inal-"Ameri'a" - ,-- Carey to arrive this with evening Mr. and to Maine 708,014. I in the world, apparently, that
JEN spend the holidays Maryland l,449.Cil.! .( they might care to have Santa Claus
of I
hundred head I
I has some fifteen Miss Mattie Hell Harris came Mrs Charles C. Cole, at their re- Mas.'ail w>M-tti a 8..2:1,6.: them that cannot be found in
bring
I'I cattle roaming the range in various!! c-entlv-purchused honI'orn..r sf [
Your Lacks Ia Any of These home from Winter Haven Tuesdayto hhilCHn :I.r.fiR.H2. the storeof Kinsimmee.
City is in favor
portion. of Osceola. lie South Beaumont avenue and Bryan :Minnesota 2I: 7.125. I '
.... spend the holidays with her par- One thing that will he established"luring
Points It I. Time For Concerted of the eradication of the tick. lie .
street .
ents. I :Mississippi i 1,790.IM.Misouri / ; of giving is tho
I I the and the state the season ;
Action On Part of Residents I knows county 3.404.055.: desire
couldgo fact that there is a general
wold
would be the better ofT if I
I :Montana 518889!
all sides to make this a Banner -
forth the union that F'''>ri.li. upon
The Unlvpsvilv of Kansas has formulated over admits COUNTY OFFICIALS COUNTY WILL SUE Nebraska 1.2IIIJ72.! : Year for Christmas Cheer. There
lie
tick-free. cheerfully
tests of town-believ. was 1 I Nevada 77,407. universal that
,I ten a these statementsbut. he ia not In I i. n feeling, almost ,
... the named is New Hampshire 441.083.
of.
lug that each points Here I while s,"nie portions of the countryare
very essential for any community. favor of compulsory dipping. makes BONDING COMPANYTO I New Jersey :3,155.9(10.: ( not at their best Florida is lean -'
Partin : SALARIESOF
While geographical conditions will is the explanation Mr. should rid TO RATE New :Mexico 3i0.3r( (). worried than heretofore; and whileit
frequently make some of the stipulations "I'll admit that we get New York 10.384,82: !). !lie realized 1 that in reaching normal
eventually
somewhat out of order, a lof the ticks In this state- -and FUNDS North Carolina 2.5.r.9.123.! : conditions there will be some hardships -

(VI careful reading will coovince that 1 we time.will This do no dipping; hut it business will take I Is THEIR HELPERSEach RECOVER North Dakota (045,(>80. endured there ia less of all

there ia some point in each of the Home for the Ohio 6,759,394.Oklahoma S feeling of fear throughout this section -

<' half. core queries especiallyspplica- mighty and expensive expensive; expensive for the stock- Official Will Reimburse Commissioners Direct County Attorney 2028283. of the country than .in any portion .
county County .
ble to every town and city that professes hundred Oregon 783,389.Pennsylvania of the United States.
Suit
to ,throw out inducements ,to raiser I have some fifteen Aides and Assistants Without Intervention Immediately Brine 8,720,017. S And because of this feeling-and
been dippedseveral
I blood" in head-nnd they .have Bondsmen of Special Trustes. Rhode Island 604.097. other .
new blood-and "new a times. But they are scatter of CommissionersThe A'tainit because of many, many reasonsrthe
:' community is often what counts ,with to reund themup South Carolina 1,683,724. : c, i holiday season in Klisim
ed the rangeand ,,'
on South Dakota 636,547. -
U
wonderful force. salaries of'assist mee and all over Osceola county
". they should be matter of ,
for as '
; Here are the ten points-all worthy would be dipping so expensive I could not ants aides deputies and others who The bond trustees of Special Rdadand Tennessee 2. 37.885.: being exemplified to the fullest ..degree '".
:
:
4fi3.228.(
Texas
of careful consideration: be the cattle would be found necessary in carryingon Bridge District No.2. !the district ; and there will doubtless be
afford it. To sure may '
..r 1. Altractivrneea-Shall I like the for higher price-but net the work of Osceola county during embracing. Cloud, are to l I.o Utah 449,396. more pleasure in giving and receiving .'
town-its "atmosphere"'? Does it I isell enough higher a: to: pay the extra cost. j the coming year will rest wholly in the limelight!! the county commissioners Vermont :J 2.42R. than in many years that have "\

:t''I have the beauty of shaded streets I And that's the way with all the in the hands of the various officials. have authorized the coun- Virginia 2309187.; recently passed.UNIVERSITY _,' (
and other beautiful features ? Is it stockmen. There are betwjeen seventy -I This wan the decision made on ty attorney, Pat Johnston to at oncebring Washington 1,35(5,621.. 5- -
:\; a quiet, roomy, airy well-lighted and eighty dipping-vats in the Monday when the commissioners met I suit against; their individual West Virginia 1,463,701. STUDENTS .
,\.. town? Does it have attractive pub- county-yet there are not enough so I in session. Thelaws of 1917, make bond ml'n. The three trustees are Wisconsin 2.632,067.: LOOKING FOR WRITEROF -J

1. f' lic buildings? Is it well paved? Is that they can be placed jat where certain restrictions regarding thin S. J. Entriken, C. to'. Johnson, nad Wyoming 194,402. of the- United DISTORTED DISPATCHt
J it clean in every sense? they are wanted; and it would mean'I matter'-and the question was referred Dr. J. D. Chunn, and each is under The with population outlying possessions Is117.85'l.509 S

1: 1 n..lthfulneWlII my chance family a lot of work to dip all)L stock as it td the county attorney Pat a $5,000 bond. There is a tendencyupon States the outlying possessionstotaling "We have Sent a delegation i*' .
to I
and I have a reasonable shouldbe.." Johnston, for a written opinion. This the part of the bonding com These Saint Augustine/ to see if we "canleam
!. .. keep well in that town? How about "I that fully aeventY-flve'1' opinion was delivered and read at pany to ease. out of all responsibility tj,2,148,738. possessions who is the father of the, dispatch ,
presume '
\ its water supply? Its sanitary system nej-cent of the stock in the county the meeting and was as below: in the matter-and the legal adjudication are: printed in the Record relative.: '.

n 1 ? Its methods of milk inspection Its-, has been dipped a number of times!: ,'" "Kissimmee, Florida of the affairs which have l>eenembarrassing Alaska 54.899.American'Samoa 8,056. to the trouble at the, university,", ;
?
) ? Its health department corCCtmied the commissioner. "May- "December 20, 1920. to the trustees will said a delegation of young men, ;;.
Guam 13,275.
.- hospitals? Is it without any congested be.more than that But they haven't "I have looked into Chapter 7334, place the financial status regardingthe Hawaii 255,912. Tuesday evening; "but," they' added'' i
district. T been dipped enough to make them Acts of 1917, in regard to the comp intensive situation of road and Panama Canal Zone 22858. "we have not learned if sucoasf )

:_ .. Education-Can I educate my tlck-free-or because. they run with ensation of county officials. I bridge: matters.in this special district Porto Rico 1299809. crowned their effort" The delega. **las
4 mv family and myself in that town? cattle carrying ticks, they become "Under that law there is no provision in a less complicated condition..It and naval servie abroad tion .in Kiitiramea consisted of .C, J*' :-f. c: l
How about its public Its institutions schools present of- re-infested. This 4ounty has paid; ,,.I made an to where the funds'I is understood that papers have I 117,238.Military Lester, II. I.. Edwards, II.' R. Sin ,' ,
I
and future? of business train- out large: sums in an effort to get derived from the several county offices already been filed by Attorney J"'billpplne' Islands, 10,350,640.Virginia reltary, W: ,M. TIMer,
fri: higher Its education libraries or? Its lecture and rid of the tick. and will continue to shall be placed; and in view 'of Johnst6n.INDIAIANTIC'. Islands of the; United Jr., Bryan Simp'on, "U.'. C. I}
ing? Its ? do so; but ."not financially able the fact that it is not paid into the States 26,051.KISSIMMEE Trimble, and B. W4 ,AmW nd.th'ey'S:: ::
concert newspapers >
courses.
construct sufficient number of county funds and then paid out by BY-THE-SEA it '
facilities? \ to a wer accompanied 1 by>> .,, DeWitt,
-- postal vats and to all the expense necessary you, I think it best for you to i ignore REPRESENTATIVESTO .tI\4t
.t'
tt4.4:; *. 4. People_Shall I like the peopleof go of SENDS POSTMASTER Brown. Those lad. were .
head the
look after the statute insofar fixing
as
to every
folks" university during the recent episode, <47'4'
the town? Are they "home KISSIMMEE CITIZENS
in the county. And the coat number and the of the SENDS IN RESIGNATION :
without false exclusiveness? Are tock compensation: and they are. emphatic: that the' re.ports -1
and friendly Is to the cattle-owners would be mighty deputies, clerks, ana \ assistants! of WHICH MEETS ACCEPTANCE published through the state ':'
-,' they neighborly free from factionalism heavv-heavier than they could the several offices is concerned-be- Henry O. Hart, L. E. Greenwood -...-- were as Mark Twain remarked when "' ,J'
1 the town stand" cause, if fix the number and White drove from Prior to her marriage: the post I 'f
Does it have strong religious, fraternal you and R. P. over he read of his own. demise, "greatly ;
their there is a master of Kisslmmee. Mrs. -B. B. "
compensation ques- to meet "
r and social organizations? Melbourne on Monday some exaggerated.
HALF-THOUSAND CHIX tion of being responsible for the Simpson, forwarded her resignationto S '
you make denial of
students
5. Rftrf'atlon-Can I have a good citizens of Kis- These no :;
the
of representative
.
of such salaries, and, as the federal authorities, and word
SOON payment
COOKED TOO of the report--but
town-I and family WERE the substance
time in that "i--
my from simmee and tell of the beauties of the resignation '
you are not getting the revenue has 'been received stating take exceptions to several portion
,. How about the theatres museums, should not for the famous beach which bears the had been accepted and would 'j j'
gymnasiums, parks, etc? Are there J. Wade' Tucker has experienced the offices, you pay which go to extreme. Som of them I
industry the clerk-hire. sobriquet of Indialantic By-T.he-Sea. become effective January 1, 1921. ...
) active agencies for providing dentertalnmen his first real loss in the poultry on were victim. of the so-called "out- -,'
athletic contests, into which he has so recently "Therefore it is my advice to you The visitors tell of the near-comple From that date until a successor rages," but show no outward marks }.
business-like. that ignore this Chapter and tion of the bridge spanning the In- shall be legally placed at the _post
.... etc? Are inviting opportunities forpleasure embarked in a most you nf wear and tear .They assert that
drives afforded by well- fashion. He has invested a large leave it up to each official to protect dian river, of the excellence of the the office will be in charge; of W. L. it is possible that the amplified as-* ("'

streets ? 1 sum in making ready for' an extensive himself in not hiring more cflerks improvements being made on the Poulk, who will carry the title of sertlons were made by some of those

paved i.: .: Living-Can we live reasonably business, and has a specialist in or assistants or paying them a property between the river and the Acting Postmaster. who were suspended; that some who .' : -
in 'that..town ? Are thebeet: of poultry looking: closely after all de- greater salary than your board would ocean of the hundreds of visitors left the university because of "fear"were :
; -. ,modem conveniences, available foitv. tails-and an account of his enter consider proper If the law is amended who have already been attracted to MANY CHRISTMAS FIRES merely making an excuse to ". ../

:i -. Its residents--electricity, gas, telephones prise" will be duly handled in these directing the funds to be paid the spot, and of the sales that are MAY BE AVOIDEDThe seek some other institution: and that
',: ete? Are the housing and columns at an early moment.An into the county treasury. being: made. It i is expected that at I many of the assertions of "abus :; 4'
shopping conditions favorable? alarm on Saturday afternoon "Respectfully submitted an early date there will be made up insane suggestion of a lighted existed only in the minds of the ''".{-'
.4* called the fire department to Mr.Tucker's "Pat Jbhnaton, a party from Kissimmee who will -
"Rents, taxes, and prices fair?. Hotels window candle for Christmas Eve, "victims. ,
.
good? Home and truck gardens and home place north of the "County' Attorney. personally vie\v that locality-fol- with its inevitable tragic consequences At the same time they Will leave,' ,;.'-, '
products olentiful? city-only to find that his new The report was ordered made a j' lowing which the visitors will be ha* again made Its appearance. rio means untried to identify the an* 'j','
'*. dairy '
: 7. AecHelbi1Uy-Can we go and brooder-house had been totally de portion bf the- records of the meet- able to tell, from their individual John H. Stedman, of Rochester, thw of the dispatch from Gainesville J .;

come early? Does the town have stroyed-together with all its 'contents ing. And the ptoper action was taken (I point of view, many details about New York, has originated what he that cast such erroneous publicity ; t:
adequate railroad connections and -including five hundred of hi. along the line directed by the attor- I I' the proposition which has already calls a "Christ-Candle" movement against an educational institu C' '
best tinv chlx. The building was ney for the board. received such favorable comment. t which stand. high throughout ,'
train service? Stree car lines In. and has sent out a pamphlet urging ton very v ,
P14 Ll terurban lines ? Well-marked automobile burned to the ground, but, fortunately '" that it be adopted in all the homes i the entire, United States. .i; t4; *!
did not to eitherof Ooottooooooooooooooooo o oo t tt OO.OOOOO OOO + - --$ k
..1 routes and hard surfaced the flames spread jot the country. This highly dangerous - T ;
4..' : reads? his large and finely constructed ous of sentimentality is based Fire Underwriters immediately' call. A

>4.c ,8. Business-Can I make' good poultry -houses. 1 upon the "old tradition" that "a ed attention Of the Washington ,
i, i. use of capital in that town Are Merry Christmas.,' HOW MANY PEOPLE KNOW? lighted candle set in the window on Headquarters of the Americas Red' 1

f ''J.' there good banking facilities?,. Man- Christmas Eve will guide the Babe Cross to the fact that a lighted 'ean- ;
: J ',: ..-. uCactfurinc; interests? U>>-vo-date of Bethlehem to your home that he die in close proximity to.;,window s1"ff
0 .. 'etoresAood shipping facilities? nations making it their business to may" bring your happiness." This curtains as it would be in a large.! _.

'" "'.Fayorabf' labor conditions! A pros* help introduce and establishnew That there is in Kisiimmee. directly upon Broadway the most per. suggestion has been published brr amagazine percentage of cases, would Inevitably I
-:; pirousYfarming territory? Fairies! commercial interests and to welcome j of national' circulation.The . lead to hundreds, perhapsthou- -
... estate values ? Reasonably cheap new citizens T fectly shaped and mOlt attractive camphor tree to be found in the last time that a proposition sands of fires with the. probability,

/y., \ 'It.DOwir i ?, Active co-operation among.. IlL J'rogre.slvene.s--Shafl I find state? analogous to this was put forth was I .of many fatalities.., '
...-. -.l> 9. :.E"mployment-Can I get a job progressive city government, active Red Cross suggested that paper' Greensburg Indiana, is known. >as. < *
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i'f' I' 'IriVthatntown, at fair pay. and ,with civic organizations, modern fire pro WHY NOT mi ,YOUR NORTHERN FRIENDS[ ABOUT IT? Red Proas- "service flags" be'placed "The Lone Tree City". becaua, .:>f U. .

.c; ; (,good prospect for the future? Cant t.ction'aod a pull-toffetKkr spirit tn in all windows with .lighted candle .tree growing on courthouse' tower '" . Sf..
,,. count jon co-operation from,.organi- everything town with a future! e44C'OO"S $ behind them. The National 'Board of in .that 'el y. '" ';;:' ,
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THE, USSIMHEE VALLEY GAZETTE ,24 ," "
TWO ", FRIDAY.., DECEMBER ItO

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:POSTMASTER\" XAMINATlOy> : ,
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BOCitMMBR' CITYMEAT
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: -. Official News -Interest At the request' .o.t.the: postmaster WOOD !

: generate the United States Civil . .
Commission
: Service. announces an
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... open competitive examination to filla KISSIMMEE'S MARKETi .,
yi vacancy, in the position of, post- ,
Oak Llffatwood for
r Pin wd
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", I. ,P4. Timmons. ,. the Ford Dealer r, )has .received the following. mauler at Kissjmmee; at an annual .
? salary of "$2400.( This is fireplace. Fresh Meat and
not OSTEOPATH
an examination storey or
the Ford Motor at
i communication from f the office 'of Company, under the civil lIervlce'act .

Jacksonville, which will be. "..uring'to both present,pwhers and pros. and rules,"but is held under an executive OFFICE AT'-RESIDENCE .Delivered anywhere in, the .city VegetablesPhone
.. order issued March 81, 1917, :

pective owners of f Fords: and provides amended as follows October: 8, 1920 which .Comer of Clyde Arena Emmett .RoliffPhone

"Hereafter when a vacancy occursin and Emmett Street 44 .
Jacksonville, Florida, the position of postmaster of any ..143 '-
office of the first, second, or third ,
1'' Mr. I. P. Timmons, December 16 1920. class as the result of death, resigna- Try .a classified in The Gazette. ff Subscribe for The -Valley Gazette
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Dear Sir: Lion removal, or, on the recommendation .:: - .. - .
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circulation of the effect thata of the first assistant postmaster '. n .. .Vt/-- nftr
There has been some a rumor t to general, -approved by the r -- II \

change in body design is .contemplated by the Ford Motor Company postmaster-general, to the effect that -
the efficiency or need of the service ,
!the first of the year. requires that a' change shall be made, j
if such vacancy is not filled by nomination 1
t, Circulators of this rumor have even gone so far we understand, of some person within the i I

as to assert that some of our Assembly Plants are already receiving competitive classified civil service The H
who has the1 required qualifications
shipments of the neW body material preparatory to building cars of then the postmaster-general shall Graystone

r- a different than the present' design. certify the fact to the civil service
commission, which shalt forthwith
make hold an open competitive examination -
We have never considered it sound business judgment to to tent the fitness of applicants

i any guarantees covering a definite period on matters of this charac i to fill such vacancy, and when such

% In order however, should the. above rumbr I examination has been held and the ;
p ter. to reassure you
,
in connection
papers therewith have fOR YOUR i
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f have already come to your ears and to enable you to quash it should been rated, the said commission ..

you hear of its gaining circulation in your section this is to advise shall certify the result thereof to
the postmaHtcr-general, who shall
i.. that any such rumors are false and that we will not make any submit to the president the' name of

j+ changes in 'our present car models this winter. the highest qualified eligible for appointment CHRISTMAS DINNERA
to fill such vacancy reported '
f+ , FORD MOTOR COMPANY -- unless it is established that the
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SB-E Slocum Ball Branch Manager. |character or residence of such appli_ -
cant disqualifies him for appoint-
L 1 ment. No person who has passed
''ihis, i sixty-fifth birthday or who has
.'not actually resided within the deIlivery -
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: -:- :-:":_:_:": :":":": : :":":-:":":":--:-- ":": -=-oX"--->-:-: : :-:-:-:-:., : :-:-:-r {preceding such f vacancy shall Ix1 RIV- ( 1
;: 'Ten the examination herein provided '
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If ,' i I fr"The opon competitive examination A LA CARTE A LA CAKTCriice

J;: in this city for the position of postmaster '
I Service If You '
!' of Kissimmee will he helil $ 11 You
Goodman & Woodall
i Acting-post-master: ( !'! wish It Wish i It t.

January IS. As has been the (custom 12 to 2 P.M. 12 to 2 PM.
I t X "the (examination will take place at i
the I schoollwBse, and full details maybe .5:30108P.M.: 5 30 io 8 P.M.: ,-
obtained by application to Mr. ,
t'.Z.
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The New ,, I'oulk. ..
Grocery Should He Quarantined 1yet
I Many physicians believe that any 1. V r a.' 91YIA4'I
; one who has a bad cold)< should becompletely
? Next to Chamber of Commerce i
r isolated to prevent other I,
.i {. \members of the family and associates I i
I 'z'.. from contracting the disease,
ns olds are about as catching as ,
1:: (measles. One thing sure- the sooner Dinner
Turkey Chicken
Dinner
I OUR MOTTO 'I one rids himself of a cold the less!'! ,
f : the danger and you will look a good .

h PRICES THE FAIREST f while than before Chamberlain's you find a Cough better medicine Remedy -- PER PLATE $1.25 PER PLATE $1.00

QUALITIES TIE BEST to aid you in curing a cold. Turkey Broth
f i. Chicken Soup 11II

-' MUNICIPAL CROQUET GROUND Roast Turkey. with Cranberry Sauce, French Chicken a La Casserole

I Secretary Woodbeck, of the Chamber I Dressing with dresimg .
of Commerce, has l been arranging -
: a croquet\ ground for the freeS Mashed Potatoes or Candied Yams Mashed Potatoes or Candied Tams ":.....
t1' I It 1 S 'e of visitors-and the place will
I Garden Peas with drawn Butter Sauce Garden I Peas with drawn Butler '
: be tendered to .,the public at once. Sauce '
....I W. B. Makinson offered 1 the free use j Sugar Beets Cake \
Sugar
t Beets
WE EXTEND TO OUR of the vacant lot adjoining his!'! hard-I ? CaLe
l% ware store for the purposeandthere Tea or Coffee Tea or Coffee i
L + MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS well-patronized.

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M x THE COMPLIMENTS .OF THE SEASON A remedy that will penetrate is
.. necessary in the treatment of rheu Roast Pork Dinner Fish Dinner -

:t' ,. ';, ': ":" '; :',',:': :nr ,', ', :." ,," ; : <:>,;" ".' ', matlsm. Ballard's Snow Liniment 'I I -
..\r '/ ' \, .. ,:: n'i' "' :' goes right through the flesh to the PER PLATE 85c RED SNAPPER .. PER PLATE 85c
t_ bone and relieves promptly. Three
f .. ,." ,,"" ,.., .f W / 'k '. sizes 30c, 60c, and $1.20 per bottle...
Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy "

Skidding Car Injured OccupantBy !56ff Graystone Dining Room -

the skidding of their automo
bile at a railroad crossing near Withe You A
Merry Christmas and
New
Happy Year
,. t Haines City on Tuesday Mrs. Walter ,
I Your Trade Will Be Appreciated F1. Coachman, of Jacksonville, received .
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I. a double fractured arm, and [
I was otherwise seriously injured. '
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'1 .Mrs. Coachman remained unconsciousfor I .. .. ,. .y" ... 'Voo.oooo

,1 M Goodman & Woodall twenty-four hours-and fears -, . .. .
were entertained that she might not .---
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recover. Four other occupants of .ocooo .o o.. .cooco coooooo....
the car, including Mr. Coachman,
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overturned. II _
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BROADWAY KISSIMMEE Declaring that equal suffrage
placed women on a par with men, a
1 .. Chicago judge fined two women for
contempt of court when they refusedto
their hats at his A Merry Christmasand
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WHAT AREYOUR
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REPAIR? VVL.CAiVPZE-. CHANCES Happy New Yearand

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COME
ALON(1r -
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OF SUCCESS?

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11? J Do You Step Out-With Snap and I

r J Vigor? Are Yon Able to -Get .

s Things Done? that'sfrom '

DON'T STAND IN YOUR OWN WAY /

ULVANiZING will save the life of your tire and it B i the
,4 People With Thin, Weak Blood Have .
4 V .
,. will keep your purse from running out of cash.
a Hard Time of it. They Should
7t Our vulcanizing methods are fitted for the best Take PeptoManganLook

work and that's the kind repairing we do. heart-
dt at the facts of your health.So c
much depends on having red '.
xr a) blood. If you stand up in front of to YOU
your work with half-starved bloodin ....
your system you arB standing in
r your own way. Yjon, are blockingyour :
own progress. our fAcnds: '
Thin blood makes dull. It _
you
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makes you pale. You take no enjoy
ment out of your work. It is only
half as good as it should be.
You can remedy that condition so .
easily. Begin taking that fine tonic,
Pepto-Mangan:! keep it up
for awhile. Four blood will become WZLL-DREW{
: nourished. Pepto-Mangan makes red co.
M blood corpuscles. You will (ret energy .
... end strong power of resistance. Instead \ .
of standing in your own way, qF; L-ANDO. FLORIDA

"i : : :i, ,LEWIS O'BRTANTOBjray To reliero) rheumatism, sprains, you But will of be greater push yourself vitality.the ahead genuine because 5 Where All Central Florida 'Shopst i ii
sure get
t '' lam. back, lumbago or pleurisy, Bal- you
tyt .. T-LAW lard's Snow Liniment is a remedy of Pepto-Mangan. It is put up in both -
,r L liquid and tablet form. Ask.,for
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60c.,and $1,20 Sold (I
per bottle. by
t ?' "$ .cdN"G: v' iii" YIIle,, Guett.. RobersQn'c I' armaey. ..)the liquid have the' ,same medicinal.;'; I es 1
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o .. ONE THORNI3M, under the heading of "Strawberry e
6'le' 6.-: Hjnts"'an exchane-ei! says "Straw
f I. I'd mtej/be 'doorknob on 4> berriea are one dollar and a quarter'
(" .'the store of,'a man who believed a box I'd like to say right here
will break a''Cold, Fever-ui Grippe *1n a proper amount of advertialnK that I don't consider that "a hint"- '
t r- quicker than aaythiiif w. know, o publicity than to be a full4> pot by a' long shot. It looks to ma ,"
.. pre
4 fledged mirror Insidethe mer. 4 like a threat. Uh-huh." /
veatiag paeamoaia.DR. cantile establishment belonging -
I ply to the man who continually ex> It Certainly' Does 1
A. R. J. DENNING 0" plained why he was shy of < In ;Michigan a husband la suing
I( ; DENTIST printer's ink by saying "Oh, for divorce and alleges that the r.f, jtt,1.A .
well!, everybody known I'm here promised partner of his sorrows and
2 Over the ,
Postofflce. i4 and they know what I'm sellin*. joys applies such terms to him as !!; /.II/1M
t' OFFICE!! HOURS: t to 12 30, : _'"' _
: 4.30 to I.o
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after I"t 4 "bum"
to and I
Residence ,4 They'll come me 'pig" and! "loafer :t t'
, Phone rOffice 174- Phone 158((04'4,0404400 444404444l' tell you it is eoirietimes the truth; ,,,,,,,oj m7: ] ,,,ral 4
.. that hurts I don't blame the fellow ,.#II
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1' Po'tatoes me holiday.Suggestion : ; . *
Seed, I I know a man who is going to give f .
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;,his wife for Christmas a carton of It

t :---.... SPAULDINGS No. 4 ROSE. 'EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPH i hip favorite clgarets-and she's g-o-
Inc give him a nice pair of woman ,
,I, IRISH COBBLERS | s black open-work (more open
We are fortunate in our contracts which make it possible to I than work) silk stocking's. In this
;way both will be satisfied. This in-
quote lowest market PRICES. 'I terchange of gifts is a' great thing, h

w I' I It wit) pay you to get our prices before buying, and our don't you think.? The Epocb-Makinf Test
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t QUALITY before planting.Our
A
) Why Undertake The Control 4 At Casino Theater
SEED POTATOES are the high eat quality MAINE CROWN, Several exchanges have publishedhints / Mr. KdlBon pro"to" .:,
wanted to
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selected especially for seed. regarding "controlling the cab- the mualc-lovera of Kl.aimmeethat .
bage worm." I don't like this idea hU .
new phonograph reproduced
'Send for FREE CATALOGUE, and 'SEED SPECIAL giving of "controlling" 'em. I think the the art of great artists with p..rr.,1 "
REVISED PRICES on new crop SEED BEANS PEAS RED SEAL proper thing/ to do is to kill 'em dramatic.reallam-even The appctAcularMlaa teat' ha. made ;
TOMATO, and CUCUMBER SEED PEPPER, etc. I right off the bat JUst like that. llad\a Rice sent here by '"t
',"Controlling" .them doesn't seem to Mr. Kdlaon stood b"'d"the l Now
We carry all the leading and standard varieties of seed that do good it's good deal like Krilfton' and annw Huddenly ah* <
any ; a
have been tested and ,known to be adapted to soil and climate. stopped alnfrlnir The New Edison ';(
our ringing a curfew bell for a lot of look up the song and aanv It alone.
SEED OATS RYE VETCH RAPE etc. (young ones. whose parents didn't The living olcoandlta III9-CKHL\-

The planting season is near at hand. Our information serviceis I I start to bring 'em up right-and ex- TION dlr pect the city or county to l>egm do- could detest no dlnVronoo betweenlllnir ,
free. Call on us for any information on your crops you might ing some gentle "control." You bet. \olre and KK-CRKATKM ,
think voice. It was both the teat andho '
we can supply. .e r I proof And the proof markeda
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OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA PERTAINING TO CHURCHES new epochEDISON. ),

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. E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY Presbyterian Church 1,1

202.206 E. Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida Rev. W. 11.-Dresch, Pastor Q, I

HY-TEST SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS 10:00: a.. m.i-Sunday! tuhool A thIs NEW

... the Christmas children.program will be given. by j

I 11:00 a. m.-Worship. Subject:
I"The Crowded Inn."
444444# .o..oo... .ooo. o I 6:30 p. .m.-Christian Endeavor. t
"A Purpose Meeting." The with Soul" '
.< 7:30: p. m.-Worship. Subject: : Phonograph a J
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That Broken Promise. :
The pastor will preach both morn ..

Be Sure to Do Your ,ing 7:30::and p evening. Wednesday.. Prayer It is an exact duplicate of the Official Laboratory !!:
..... servile. Model, which made music-history> in Kissimmee '
7.30: m.-Friday. Choir prac-
tice. p. Tuesday, November 9. This instrument has been .; :

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Christian Church certified by Miss Rice herself. r ;'J
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Rev. W. H. Coleman, Pastor.

CHRISMASSHOPPING 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. you hope to own a phono Model in our store. It is an exact ,

11.00: a. ni-Sermon. DO graph as wonderful as the duplicate of the epoch-making instrument -
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7'JO:: p. m -Sermon
A welcome for ever'hody---espe- Official Laboratory Model, which triumphed. in the test. wy

cially strangers tf which enthralled an audience of It will sustain the .very same test. t
.
Holy Redeemer Church-Catholic Kmimmee music-lovers at Casino Miss Rice in order to assure you of
I ,
Rev. W. B Golden, Pastor Theater? Do you want your hometo this, has signed Certificate of Authen

Mass and benediction at 8 o'clock. enjoy this new art of music RECREATED ticity which will be presented to the
Gospel St. Luke, 11, 10-12. l
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with which Mr. Edison purchaser of this instrument. "Only
TextbrinlC to glad tidlnlCl'of
you
(V J:' ,great toy to all the people. For has amazed and delighted the whole one' of these certified Official Labora-

'AY': ... .. J this who is day Christ.is born the to Lord you in the a Saviour city of world? tojry Models left. You would better _

. ""f"" David." ,. J\IiMii-i t !;;: We have an Official Laboratory. come in today. vx '..;'!;J i? '.
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: '" St John's (Episcopal) Church <
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, ,; l' >:. : Rev. L. K.-Kirkby-- Rector" ' 1 '_ :::CENTRAL DRUG STOEP!;: Pj! ;'.,

FRIDAY j.Christmas dDivine; service
.
Holy Communion at 10:00: a.m. I ..
: subject-"No Room for 104TJROADWAY '.
Christ
Sunday, December 26: Church
1 school at 10.00( a. m. Day 41 Phones Night 21 .
Divine service and sermon. Sub-
iect: "Can There Be Anv Good ::4

Thing Come Out of. Nazareth?" .., '. ... .,. !,
r Will be closed Saturday. .
4. FINE CHRISTMAS PROGRAMAT 4006000oo.00.00 O.OOOO.OO.OO''O.OO''OO''OO'O'O''OO'O' .. ,

Fresh Goods, the best the market affords FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, .
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received. Commencing promptly at seven- '
,
.t thirty this Friday evening there will

1 I Our Fruit Cake is fine, nice. and fresh. be (the given Baptist a most church interesting--and programat there iseJlltend..d Mach Brothers' : :I InYY14
y to everyone an invitationto Garage

I' r Phone your orders early. as Opening be below present.: Chorus.The' program will be ..


Class . _. ... ._. ...
Scripture Mrs. Lupfer's .. .'-> /. .U& rib-Of 1..4..U i '
Prayer-Pastor. .. .. l' I'' h .
Reeltation-Francel May. t a
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Musical Reading-Leah Kferzberg. '
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0- .f-fWaters & | Chorus.Recitation-Dorothy Katz. FULLY Egt/IJ >ED', ; : : .
Carson
': Grocery Company Chorus.Recitation-Helen Falls I ..

S. B. OWEN, Receiver Dialog-Mrs. Hall's Class. FOR EVERY NE 4 : : C, .
E.erelle-Prlmary. Girls. :. v F
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Reading Miss Hartfn. ...: \- '" :: .
< . Presentation of White Gifts.Beginners' ,it
Christmas Tree. 'C
a Chorus. \ . ;;....

,,4$ ",', ". We Have On Our. Floors & New Stoclc'of'"\' .' '.;v(.>< ? ')ooo' J

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are materially' reduced by cooperative . I '

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Ready For Christmas Delivery. .


: 2 : purchasing of supplies You Should Inspect These. \ .'



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> the Florida Citrus, .Exchange MACH BROTHERS GARAGE;; :) '>' ..


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tfiiy ttw slflky CII.- .
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1 'K1SSIMM' .. I' VALLHV: GAZETTE, , - I. THE FORUM: II F AGRICULfURAL POINTERS I IIJY I 1- .MINICk.J i

Published Every Friday __ /? G.
t By Kissimmee Valley Gaiette Company, Kisnmmee, Florida A KINDLY DEED L: H. 'WJt-SONCOUNTT AGENT .

4"+ 'W.. B. H rr.; President r,. G. V .*'.At ew, Secretary Editor of The Gazette Have you stock you expect to feed
'. W. Thorndyke:' Editor Many are the words 'of praise 'expressed this next fall? Why not plant a r14.
by- visitors' to the Hart Me- crop of cassava this spring? A gopd Druggist :1: 'r: : .
4t -- Subscription Rates: morial. Nearly every stranger who feed for horses, cows, and hogs that

4;: One Copy, One Year.._____._.__.__..__ : : ____.._ ______..______ $2.00 enters gives forth some appreciation can be produced very cheap. A san
One Copy, Six' Months____..:___________.ay,_______________". ;_ 1,00 of the attractive rooms-but moretlwjn dy loam soil. well supplied with humus Store
r One Copy, .Three Months____ _______________';.:.,---------.---.------ .50 mere words tell the story of.the is best adapted for this crop.A The
TWs.it gUt which adorns the front hardpan is preferred, so the roots "
r Entered a't the rottofflc, ,.t KlmMmmog. , Florida.. .. .econd-tUi s matter) wall. run laterally; A damp heavy soil i i. Phone 3
Recently Rev Karl Frost, super objectionable. A heavy muck soil Phone 3 'K1SS1MEEE, FLORIDA
All communlc,,ilon, except from our authorized. corn>..pond.ntnlpnod must lForeign >.. intendent of Me Seamen's Institute, has a tendency to make a heavy top .._ .
1'1+= cl.O matter will not by bo the returned writer.H.J. unless. culled for. Jacksonville, visited Kissimmee. growth with small roots of Inrerio' .,
Very much did he admire our unpretentious quality The crop will respond read-
t Advertl.lngt R pre.entat' 1 \ little library and rest- ,ily to commercial fertilizer "when
L AMERICANPRESSA55OCIATIOL, room-yes, to the extent of ordering :planted on a sandy soil. For this,
.-. ..' a sign made and turning in a five-I section cassava can be planted the .
T dollar check middle of February Plant from 2
in payment for it. If i
c FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920 _. you have not noticed it, Kissimmee'''to 4 inches deep, depending' upon the We wish for you and yours, throughout the year, a
-- -- fojkn-well, kindly look the next I type. of soil. Much care must !1)(0 full 'measure' of Health; Contentment and Prosperity. .
ih THE GAZETTE WISHES "MERRY CHRISTMAS" time you pass this busy corner. Be-I I taken in selecting seed. Stalks well _
low "Hart Memorial" you will see 1 filled ,out, plump, sound, with truw May the ties of Friendship ever bind us, and may 0

close I with all and all a neat, attractive inscription. I{ color, and the eyes well filled out, these wishes be by.all Our Friends-and those
the its joys its accepted
;k NOW that year's so near its -- In behalf of the Hart Memorial I I are best to Use. Plant in pieces 4 .
"" .. woes, with all its sorrows. -all its cheers-just as we've seen in other League and the W. C. T. U. we thank I to 6 inches, similar to the method of whom we would have Our Friends-with the True
I years; now thai the year is near its endfnend I to friend kind words the donor. We hope he will visit i cane planting. In feeding, i it; la best Christmas Spirit.Kissimmee's. '
;" will send along with gifts to keep in mind companionship that's always this city frequently, and that he may to dig the cassava as you feed it to

i h? kind; now that the year so soon will glide>> into the swift out-going tide; "splendid pass many little useful library"hours in which in the he the soon stock,after for digging.the roots If ordinarilyrot dug in

'. it stands us each and every one to think of things we should have done "considers it a privilege to have a'' dry warm weather and stored in a
.. then and there ample heed thought and a deed small :' dry place they will for'
I and give to many a many part: INTERESTE: keep sometime d.,
f we might have barred had we but chose to scatter long some path a rose! Cassava enters well in the
And so this thought we would suggest: don't cherish evil-let ills TAMPA FAIR PROMISES I' feeding ration! for dairy cattle and .

p y L rest, and resting, they will surely bring a higher tone to everything; at THOROUGH UP-TO-DATENJE! SS hogs.. Chop into pieces before feeding Store

J this most glad'mng Christmastide tear open every heartstring wide; crush Tampa, December 23.-The agricultural Cassava is in big demand in the Best Drug
I IIk out all bits of bungling strife--aim for the higher things of life; let every machinery and tractor de- north for home consumption. I. W.
night and every day pave for your hopes'a smoother way "Hope springs partment of the South Florida Fair, Wetherbee believes it to be a. good
the dates of which are February 3 paying crop, and is in touch with a
h.. eternal"poets write--and merry hearts make all things bright; and kindly I firm New York I
to 12, an usual, being in I charge of J in desirous of obtaining -
L, words and kindly deeds are far ahead of sects and creeds; so, if each one Russell Kay, the energetic advertising -I II cassava from this section for ooooo..o..ot... .. .. ...o.oo.ootoo.o.t'oo.o..
i will do his best this good old world will be. at rest. manager of the Florida Grower, |home use!' Plant an acre this spring.
t: '" And The Gazette herewith extends the best of wishes to its friends, ; and entries made to date emphasize I think you will find a ready market
i, outbut each and about should. the fact that the display will be the! I for same.
rot here and there is one picked every one
I.. I,' finest of the kind yet seen ins Florida The Market Reporter, published in
L. .', understand the wish sincere that all along this coming year :'tis hoped that Mr. Kay has arranged. for many I Washington, says under the head of R. S. FLo.YD-
u: i !f- sorrows may be light. as stars upon a moon-kissed night; that happiness instructive and thoroughly practical Live Stock Market, that "hogs have I|
f. I f of every kind may sWill( increase that peace of mind that comes from demonstrations that will prove of i i leached the lowest price in four :]
C i duly nobly wrought: which lifts from earth each sordid thought. Thus real benefit to farmers, fruit grow- 1 years." This will have an influenceon
L-t. erg and truck gardeners, and all farmers to sell off part or all of Groceries and
The Gazette will wish each friend from till the fitful end. May
now comes kinds of equipment from the smallest their hogs, and quit the business in
/ every sorrow each one shun all through the year of '211! tools to giant tractors will be many cases It will be good farming 1 j .._ i
I' shown. Farm lighting plants and in such instances to keep some hogs
f':, ANENT THE GAINESVILLE UNIVERSITY MATTER water supply systems will be in actual on hand for a .slump on the hog '
operation portable and stationary : market will be followed by ft rise in I Fresh Meats
/, --- sawing!' rigs will be on duty and, prices I -
LITTLE ha been said by the press of Florida regarding the actionof I Iin I fact every form of up-to-date :, There is (easy money in hogs i if \
some of the students in violating: their pledge to refrain from all forms I lime, labor and money-sa\ing equipment I you can raise fed economically If
'I can be seen I I'I you want to buy !some good breeding ;
t' of hazing since the dispatch from Gainesville was sent out and was gen: WE'RE WISHING YOU HERE
,'I Mr Kay expresses the hope that stock see your county agent, who I
daily published. The Sun of that city, commented upon the matter but I''every farmer and i fruit grower in can put you in touch with the breeders -
; to far as known by The Gazette, made no denial of the occurrence. In i I south Florida will visit Tampa and I FULL CHRISTMAS CHEER
ike Sun's mention of the affair the following was printed : inspect the exhibit, and states that >L I have some excellent bulletins in'' .
( : ) ( : )
r Every precaution! is used by President Murphree and his anv manufacturer or demonstrator my office on the culture and disease .

to faculty to preserve order maintain discipline and encourage fidelity apply desiring; to space him 'at for once exhibiting"Our buildings should I,'and of tomatoes a number potatoes of other truck cucumbers crop, May all the pleasures of The Holiday Season be Yours-and'

to duty Amongst other precautions used every young man ill going to he overcrowded." he said Call or write for same
I the Year!
J upon entering the university is required to sign a written pledge "and entries must be made without Prepare your land now for corn continue throughout
t, and that pledge; contains a clause like this : delay." I I I if you contemplate planting in March.A i

+r r"l 1 hereby promise, upon my word of honor, without any GOVERNOR OF STATE I pood is to rotation follow to corn keep with up legumc-s soil fertility -!. Phone 176 302 Broadway r

mental reservation whatsoever, to refrain from all forms of hazing SUBJECT OF PRAYERIn Coin is a rank grower, and a legumewill
while I am connected with the University of Florida." add l l the desired humus Nitrogen -I 1
his principal offered l in will be materially added to > :
That this solemn promise I Daytona Sunday evening, Dr' Robert soil Where you are fertilizing hea- e'a '.
and that one night last week they hazed a number of f rao O'O OOOOO OO
!
j :S";! Mac"Arthur, noted New York vy for truck crops don't fail to follow rr
freshmen by clipping or shaving their heads, was astounding pastor and president of the World with corn and legumes to take .-_ -
'f' Ugly news about it immediately flew over the state. Some newspapers Alliance Baptists. risked that God advantage of the fertilizer appliedfor
4 printed it. Others knowing the good name of the university ",'('ouke Governor Sidney' J. Catt- truck crop
did do That immediate followed for his infamous conduct and mak" Plant at least ono acre of rice on
not so an investigation .
e'd him understand that he should respect eerf.irm this spring Rice is a (
. goes without saying, That it became necessary to suspend forty- I I his position and high responsibility Teed for home consumption that ill
; five young men is most regretable In the interest of discipline, ." always in demandou l buv it every I t
tt however, and for the good of the university, this course was imperatively I I month. Rice makes an excellent feed I our Friends and
MANY FLORIDA PAPERS for all and the Wishing .
to
'ioek. is growon
*'g demanded No one regrets the necessity for it more crop '"
'1I.
GIVE HOLIDAY NUMBERSThe our low, wet soils which arc not -./
than Dr. Murphree and his board. Customers
adapted to the culture of corn or a Merry
p The young, men thus indefinitely suspended are not dishonor- press throughout the state has some similar gram crop Mr. Stroup
{ able boyi. In the exuberance. of young manhood they were. impulsive been most energetic during this of Fish Lake made 40 bushels to the Christmas and Happy C
and thoughtless. But that they flagrantly violated a known Yuletide, und many illuminated covers acre thin\ year on land that -fl\iled to a '

'1 j rule which they had pledged themselves to obey remains an open renders have of been various:used to greet the .grow makes corn and velvet beans, Rica Year.WeniierSawyer '
papers. Anion' a fine hay when cut in the Prosperous New '
4' fact and the action taken by 'the university authorities is. undeniably -' the number received at the offi-o of early stage of growth. Grow a patchof "' "
Y just. The Gazette may he enumerated! the rice this 'ear. You can plant as!
.l f Nearly every city in the state has graduates from this university and Haines Citv Herald, Leesbmtrmercial. ,, ( .- ,late as :May or June.
I I. lakeland Star, dame; '\i,i''"' Fight citrus scab this Reason by
they feel deeply grieved that such a breach of a solemn promise should Co.
.
News, Lakeland! Telegram) S' "II' first spraying the middle of January!
bring contumely upon an institution Several residents of Kissim..ee have Messenger, Inkelnnl I Adveiti-. 1 again, when the bloom sets, and later I
: been, and are still,. proud of their Alma Mater, and they have looked: with Gainesville Sun, and the Punta doi; when the fruit gets an inch in diameter -
"' a spirit: of distrust upon the information which was sent out as press ret da Herald Use Boideau oil. For
; t, ports. They even doubted authenticity of the accounts relative to the wither-tip and scale insects .spray
HACK-DRIVERS MUST NOT with oil emulsion Prune out all deadwood
h' rl, affair that were published in almost the entire press of the state-and the OVER-CHARGE CUSTOMERSAt and destroy by fire *
i publications, themselves} prefaced their editorial utterances regarding the .- -
t ill-condition by saying in nearly 'every instance: "If the report be true." the next meeting of the city MASONS WILL GATHER .
There is no doubt the institution, once more it is at normal will be council there will be an ordinance I NEXT MONDAY EVENINGNext
,i the better because of the infringement of the rules and regulations. The presented regulating the charges!. of MA Y YOUR CHRISTMASBE
hack-drivers within the limits
I city will be held
I Monday evening;
outcome of the trouble will imbue every pupil there and all who may Cases have been cited where excess communications in lIasonclodge :
come later, with an intense desire to show the state-and all the world- prices haye been made when strang its the world-for every Saint John's
that an ill-condition can be overcome by a united effort upon the part .of ers have arrived in the cityandcases J I Day in everywhere recognized as a
r the zealous; and the, chances are that sworn obligations will never again have also been cited where the time when "Brothers shall dwell together -
M be'regarded as mere "scraps of paper." Every member of that educational avoid excess prices have been refunded To in unity." Orange Blossom
any'profiteerinJr, cards will be
will hold communication in
i t institution owes it, not only to himself but to those who have the interests displayed in each vehicle giving in Lodge conjunction with,a all others, and a A DELIGHTFUL ONE
f' of the university at heart because of past associations, to make that college detail the legal charges. general invitation is extended all
a chine doubly bright in all future-that its effulgence may be impressively/ brethren of Kissimmee and nearby
In one of the towns of Oregon;, that time.
lustrous as the years roll on.CARRY points to be present at
z catfish are used to help clean clogged
.sewers. Subscribe for the Valley Gazette
,.. ." LIGHTS ON .
ALL VEHICLES -- ' " . . . . . . . . __

c MEASURES making it compulsory for every vehicle on every public THE CUT-PRICE GROCERY WISHES YOU

: road in the state to carry a light or signal of some sort after sundown
ar+ should be passed by the next legislature. Under present conditions thereis Your Christmas HappinessWill EACH AND EVERYONE, A VERY

z y too great a risk for the driver of an automobile. There are very narrow .
+ escapes every night in cases where the automobile is running with dim MERRY CHRISTMASWe

A lamps and the rider of a wheel, or the driver of a horse or mule, showsup Be Our Pleasure

at a moment where there is not one instant to lose: if an accident is ....
to be averted. If rain is falling the danger is greatly increased. A light r

of tome sort-no matter of what color nor of what design-would relieve .

_?x, ,the drivers of automobiles of a constant worry, and would be the means of o I

; preventing accidents; the plan would safeguard thoughtless drivers andbicycli.t. hope all of you will have fine things ; a
,
,, against accidents more or less severe-and might protect lives.
Such a law should be created and should be good turkey..-and lot
',ti <' -- rigidly enforced by officials a of other good things I.
cf every county in Florida. TO EVERY CITIZEN OF KISSIMMEEAND
t I which you can find at our store at a very low

v; .. AS TO THE "NO-FENCE LAW" OSCEOLA COUNTY price. We will have lots of "goodies.." -- -

,. ESPECIALLY Y intense will be the fight in the coming term of the leg- ENTHUSIASTIC \ I
+ islature over the "no-fence law," and the state press it already bringing AND OUR VISITORS .

s; 5 much argument to bear on the matter. From the papers of Florida one

may glean the under-current of a desire that the 'measure shall be put WE WISH CHRISTMAS JOYS
4 atltrough-although there is an occasional reference to some qualifications oYOURS TO SERVE r

regarding the issue which might make stipulations less severe in certain '

'.aection. 'of the state where wild lands are in considerable area. .
tx The Wauchula Advocate handles the matter in this wise: 0-

'.J .,' One of the most important things to come up before the com- ,
J\Is;cesuon of the legislature Will be the "No-Fence Law"and its

,;;, 'promises to be st warm fight, for both sides are well organized. CUT 4
PRICE
This" U a question on which people have decided opinions and is FRED S. GILBER CASH GROCERY

_ "li, V' 'liable.to wax warm .before it is finally settled Friends will differ r
A J on this question and it 'will be well to remember that every citizen PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY
4.'9 f hat;&'right to his opinions and if settled in a democratic manner HABERDASHERt But of Town Order Given Prompt Attention.

'f; ,tJjere should!be nr>' hard feelings between fn n although they QUICK.. SALES AND SMALL PROFITSc
: .may'diilrInthefr'yiewp oathis:; important subject .
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'WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! I John Cobb has returned to Kisimme LITERARY DIGEST ADMITS'

ITEMS OF'Awk1 Phone 112, ROM Gr.y"49tf to be. with his ,parents I ARTICLE WAS TOO BROAD
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Some well-located building lots through the holidays. He expects to F

reasonable In prices; .easy payments. remain about two weeks. The Literary; Digest, a periodical, Prenlis & Thomas
Nelson Realty, Company, W.ntild.ne or'two. passengers frankly correct editorial made. In cacsoJFOsmER ,
WOOD! 'WOOD! r\VOOD! A. M. Story' who, because of hU on auto trip to"'Miami. Leave Monday the issue of October SO.

y Flione. 112. ROBS Graves. 4$-tf removal from Kissimmee, resigned morning., December 27, return An editorial] Injustice to the well..
.t Why not make this an Electrical from the position of bond trustee, Friday, December 81. Call Presby. known drink, Orange-Crush, Inadvertently i
',' >'" Christmas f Dixie Electric: Company has been' succeeded. by his son, Lylei terian,3IanBe, 2-ltx made by The Literary Di- 1 'SE'LLSF.ire AUTO RfPAIR'SHOP

Judge' and Mrs. 'G. F. Parker and ,V. Story. For some* unexplained reason the (rest' in its October 80 issue, has been .1,
: Miss Helen Jones' drove up ,fromi 'II' Come In and let us arrange with socldi which was advertised to be fully retracted by the publishers in Life ccidcnt'and
\ ,Okeechobee this week, and will spend Santa Claus to bring an Electric given at; the' Chapter House Tuesday an article appearing December 4. ; and StorageBRING
the.holidays with relatives. in KisaJnamee Washer to your wife thl.',Chrietm... evening. 'failed! m.terlallze-and. The error was made, in a short -:
and Orlando. Dixie Electric: Company many who had'planned upon attending -" editorial preface to the Mates of an Health Platc'Gla.., Liability -
% article from the United
'j Six-room modern house, close in The city council has 711o were disappointed. Pub- .
'. ;; wed $25 lift Health
large lot: fine bearing orange trees; per month during November December I'' Rev. J. K. Jenkins, a Baptist pas "Pake Orange Reports Drinks.on the" subject of and Boiler Insurance. IN YOUR CARS ...
nice shade. Immediate and tor of Alabama, Mu been the guest Although
possession; January t assist in the I ; this article directed t
f."; \ '4 only $2025. Favorable terms of pay upkeep of 'the ''Chapter Housethatlittle of Mrs. M. C. Bandy 409 Vine street. Orange-Crush was which not derives'against all its Legal .Bonds Executed .
ment. Nelson Realty Company gathering-place where so many He has now' gone to points south, flavor from the -
oil acid
but will] probably make a stop in juice and I Same'
The Christmas program of the meet upon frequent occasions. of actual oranges yet the editorial Day Needed.
)i' Sunday school' of the Christian Excellent two-story: six-room Kissimmee as he returns. preface mistakenly included the : ,OPEN>> : FROM
.7'' t .. church will take place this Friday house modern| close in; 'nartjy fursnisheci Seven acres close to city limits; drink by name in the following I i

evening in the church building, commencing ; immediate possession; $3150. ready for the plow; pretty*location language: OFFICE\ : State Bank 7 A, M. to 10 P. M.
Buildiig
at seven o'clock. j Nelson Realty Company. for home. Owner says: SELU. 44 'Orangeade' and 'orange crush'I I

. Five-room house; 12 bearing fruit Captain Judd Sharp arrived from Come see us. Nelaon* Realty Com-* that never came nearer to an orange
. 't..ell; nice property. Only $1500. ( Lake Kissimmee on Tuesday, to pany. than the tanks of a synthetic
Nelson Realty Company. I spend a feV days' in this city. Cap- The Graystone, as may be seen by cal laboratory are no longer: 'chemi-I, ,Distress after eating is due to bad '
There wilt be a special sermon by 'tarn 'Sharp is in the employ of the an announcement in this issue is served under those names Uu- PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Herbine the
digestion. helps digestive
Rev. W. H. Coleman at the Christian {overnment-and has charge of the preparing for various forms of cle Sam's permission. of
the
clears
church Sunday morning at the usual i I dredge that is working between Christmas dinners, aril! there is every This statement was fully correctedin All Work Guaranteed __ impurities process and, restores a system feeling of
between Lake Kissimmee evidence that the diningroom will The Literary Digest for
hour-and a general invitation is and Lake
the Tohopekaliga. be "at capacity" by the time the reservations ber 4 in an editorial entitled Deeem-I A.B.YODERPho. vigor and buoyancy of spirits. Price
Extended to be
public present.
:
; Can imagine a more -' Special] attention is called to the shall be tabulated. j Juices in Fruit Drinks." The 60c. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy ;,

you appropriate announcement in this issue The new two-color:! road map of tion appears on page. 31 in
Christmas gift than a useful I appearing, .. 324 Kill mlDee, Florida Watch Kissimmee Grow.
of The Gazette relative to the the Florida State Automobile Association lowing language:
electric ? Dixie Electric ,
" appliance -- --- n.
r* sale of high-grade swine stock which is now out. It is by far the "A reference ,was made in our article -
Company. 1 I will occur at Highland Oaks Farmon :finest map of actual road conditions of October 30 to 'orange crush' Otoooooooooo. .oooo.oooooooooooo..oooo.oooooot.
1's B. M. Knight, one of those printers Monday, January 3. The farm Is in this state The "Legend" on map as made in a synthetic laboratory,
who happens to be known over the i at Pierce, in Polk county, Hear Bar- is a key which if followed will portray and we further said that it was no
entire state, hal been in Kissimmee tow, and is easily reached. to the user the actual present longer to be served under this name .,
this week-viewing the progress of I|'! 'conditions tf all roads in Florida. with the government's permission.
The Gazette, upon which\[ he was Several fine ranch propertlf's'i; some I These maps are distributed through This statement we wish to .
one employed. j I(I I going to concerns well ) I aye i I the various branches of the associa- Ward's Orange Crush, which eorreet'j v.
investigate We
our offerings
How about beautiful electric only orange drink marketed
table-lamp for a wife ulster, i(1 I have all kinds of Florida homes i tI tion.Ten the tradename'crush,' is, as their
your "* investments. Nelson Corn-I|I acres excellent land; some per PEACE
slaughter, or sweetheart? Dixie I I Realty improvements; close to city limits: label composed! of orange oil, citric I
Electric Company. pany. I acid orange-juice, pure granulated
1 I I $1300. Fine place for home, chicken '
The band concert of last
Sunday cane-sugar and water, and colored
A sweet potato in' being shown in ranch, and grove; high ground, and
the window of the Chamber of Commerce I was greatly enjoyed by all so fortunate ready for business Nelson Realtv with United States certified food :,
which is of abnormal size. It !I as to listen to the numbers. Company. color. AR the government report was I II .
1 By all means the next program quoted in these. columns it ill onlyright
weighs 15V4 pounds, and wss Brown Kellyl I
J. M. Willson and Boulton
should
MI"Mahon'who contain "Songs From The Old to give our readers this addi- I
in this
city by Mrs. R. C. returned '
Folks"-which proved. BOgreat a on Tuesday from their tional word of explanation and re- ;
turned it to the
over commercial outing-after Spending a week in
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i(1 favorite that the audience begged at assurance'Chamberlain's i.
body. |' once for an immediate repetition. looking over properties belonging to
Beautiful six room, cottage; fine j I I[ the father of Mr. Kelly and in fishing Tablets
Sixty-two good land adjoining -
porches; excellent fruits; pretty ', city limits acres; 15 acres in cultivn. "between times. Mr. Kelly at Happiness and Much Joy
lawn; good barn and garage; immediate once proceeded to Birmingham especially I
6- 1 tion; some oranes s; more than half -
possession; $4000. Very I I4c'a"y I'good fruit; balance farming and partake of Christmas festivities with I tion.: They tone up the stomach and I .
terms or rent for n year at $40 ,, trucking land. road long one his sister; and he will soon returnto 1 enable it to perform its. functions ,
\- per month. Nelson! Realty Com* Ride and end of lane; ,$11000. Most Florida and complete his work of naturally :r1evlet gently on the )I }..1.I' ,

pany. ,', any terms to suit.' Extra fine place inspection. liver and bowels thereby restoring i Ji
A tire alarm at t three twenty Run- to develop. Nelson Realty Company |l j Many of the show-windows the Rtomach And bowels to a healthy j
day afternoon called the department I I throughout this city hear all indica- condition. When you feel dull, stupid j I
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to Alaska street where burning j i| An alarm of fire on Friday afternoon tions of Christmas offering. Hardly and constipated give them a i ,1i
grans and weeds threatened i following the return of the department a window is to be found not car trial.! You are certain to be pleased ,
to the art department of the LaPontl'I frpm the blaze at the rying the holiday colors] -and some with their effect. **

Plaque Plant. The department made Tucker place, called the apparatus are especially clever in conception. i Has but One Christmas! '
a quick run, and the danger was 'to South KiRlimmee-where. sometime "Comparisons are odious" in many URGES BETTER: HIGHWAYFOR >
soon eliminated.. I was spent in beating; out a grass instances-and the only manner all 4
| fire. There was no damage resulting : may satisfy themselves as to the KISSIMMEE OUTSKIRTS :;
The Oaks Fnrm in Polk -
Highland but, as in cases, dangerwas
many most attractive 18 to nersonally inspect -
O. R. Bleech, cashier of the Bank .
county at I'H-rce, is to have a salecommencing
threatened.
on Monday, January 8, the many showinys. of Saint Cloud was in Kissimmee on I ISatuiulay Enjoy it'with all your power. 'i;h hk 1
' n and Home of the high-grade brood 1 Bear in mind! that great; stock sale Drivers of automobiles) Sunday af- -looking after matters of ,
..ws that have been sired by the at Pierce, folk county when there ternoon during the band concerts.cars concern to the institution with which I : Give all a gift of value-..if it's
boars of the country. The will be some of the finest i breedingsows will not be permitted to pass along I he is connected. He reports his bankas '
Oaks stcjck has proved in the state offered the buying the section of Broadway during a in a most flourishing condition only a smile. Live this one day :,
"champion wherever shown-and this public. The date of this sale is I[ number Cars wishing to leave \\their I with "business\ as usual" being fully :

to secure means of im :Monday, January 3. Notice the an-I narking-place may do so only during demonstrated. Mr. Bleech joins with : full of unselfish pleasure and
qualities will draw' a large noun>>>Mient tf the Highland; intermissions-and not while the others living in St. Cloud and in that ;
number of patrons l-3t Farm in another column. 1-3t band ig playing, and steps will be I locality in urging that Kissimmee
chance ;
-- ---- -- I taken to enforce this ruling in order I make haste to place the highway at ; your will be better for f
that the large audiences may not be the outskirts of this city in shape to
deprived of the music. I invite, the tourists as well as the t enjoying Ch..istmas. .{

,,0 FOR SALE-Fresh milk cow with 1 business men into this. city to trade l "
CasinoTheatre
calf six weeks told; also chickens and traffic. I .
and fresh eggs R. J. Roliff, corner
I j Royal and Cherry streets 2-ltx Numerous grass-fires about the f'f'I
city threaten to do a great deal of i; 1921i
'- Rev. C. H. Summers expects to
for damage this season, and the owner
leave West Palm Bench todayat -
which be will the I of every vacant lot should take immediate -
point fill pulpitof
A-i CHRISTMAS DAY the Methodist! church on Sunday. Steps to clear his property.An I
alarm was sent in Sunday after' 'i *
.
After "spying out the land" he will '
doubtless return here for his familyas noon of this nature. An alarm was 'We do 11ot wish you contetittnentThst's !i< !;ii

he has been assigned to that also answered in the morning. of the ,,:,' :; : " .. r / .: \ \ ', ':a
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pastorate for the coming year. The sam day-which proved to be very t ,:" ,' .',1:"::'('' a sluggard's'''excuse=.-: 'l H.tat; ({' f', : I
the :
trivrot' at same time these alarmsare
people of West Palm Beach will 1 J; .' ,
greatly admire Rev. C. H. Summersand expensive and every member of
f but
the department undergoes a risk of
th" there
church
is to- be eonrntulat",1. -
injury when answering cnll.! Citizens :
Cold should use utmost care at all
Splendid': two-story sev"nroo'mhouRe
times. ,r. '

I I danced- large screened-m;garage modern/ porches; ;cement sleeping; two driveway porch fireplaces; two to; I l taRt Three,Sun"lty men afternoon stood with when their the hats Na-on =j!= Cheerie, Energetic Happiness

IJ garage) chicken-house, wood.shed, tional Air was being played by the '1' .

good garden; shade; $4000. Easy I Kissimmee Concert Band Possibly
\ they were ignorant as to whether the
S I payment plan. Nelson Realty Company -
I / y'' hand was playing the National AHT: '
.. '. "A Hot Time In Th' Ole Town Tonight life Taylor System
1" B. B. Lane,president of the Florida ," or the "Beautiful Blue Dan- r i t,
Educational Association, urges yie
,- ube" waltz; but even that brain- :
teachers of the state to attend the lack didn't excuse them. They should
meeting of the association which will have noticed the others who reveredthe : GROCERS I ..i
be held in Tallahassee during the Flag even to the extent of
,, : \ last three days of the year. An educational leaving their cars-and followed ; KISSIMMEE I \ HAINES" CITY \
crisis faces the state and their actions. ,
'f 1.'
the teachers are asked to attend that I ST. CLOUD ,

I,. hey may be )n ore strpngly inspiredto Velvet beans will Improve the soil i
,, work for roe educational develop-
r which they are grown. This .
a!
ment of the state. pant belongs the legumes, plants t
: Mr. and Mrs Joseph M. Nolan, which take nitrogen from the air by r

. their two children, Jay and Jean, together means of the bacteria that live in the ', "

f'" with Mrs. Nolan's parents little nodules upon the roots of the t ooooo.OOOOtooooo oo.oo..oo.ooo++*+19"COMMUNITY" I'
.. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Murphy have plant .
) arrived ,Jersey ,
from Allentown New
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the office of The Gazette. This is \ f
their first visit to Florida and they
:' are enjoying this city and its environrnenlR. >-
They made the trip in SILVER-

:, and A whole world that vrai their Hudson. ,
'tl" somber and and full The Casino is planning for a continuous )f.
grey Christmas, THE IDEAL GIfT X
performance on ( ) &
bathed theI'
of in
tears was
,' when there will be no cessation of
sunshine of f a new-found film-showing from the time. the .
r happiness matinee opens at two-thirty in the PLATED WARE
r afternoon till late at night. The
./t/ "Pollyanna" feature will be "Pollyanna," in which
r I'
' and into hearts that had Mary Pickford is at her best-a Adam Pattern.-Guaranteed 50 years. In Cornnunity'Plate may be Jftl

lost the joy of life, she presentation crowded houses.received everywherewith Jor- found every item needed for corre ;t.-table service.PYREX" .
Manager "i'
it': brought her glad spirit dan makes the performance continuous I

"Pollyanna"LiveaTodny! in order to accommodate the
1 hosts who cannot visit the Casino at

See her inn \ "... an stated hour. .
There was a most interesting meeting OVENGLASS \t{
MARY PICKFORD'SLATEST Tuesday evening at the auto- $
PRODUCTION"POLLYANNA" camping R'rounds-when a large audience ((11 PIECES IN A GIFT BOX) i.i
listened, to a talk from the
editor and publisher of the-!T: n Can Just the right assortment needed for a small family."INCERSOLL" .

'\ 1 Tourist, published at Plymouth, In-
1 I F.om EJe.noi H Ps..HComO.n"Pollr..e.l ." diana. D. E. Whipple, who is cover- 3
r 1 ; I Publi.h.d by chi : ing the entire south in the Interestsof

-" t .f'hot..h.d Screen Ad.pt."on b" ct.by..f.r.ne.....Mano.. his publication, entertained his 7
hearers-and was ,really n fount of WATCHES fAn
w 1 annoanctmtnt) information along many lines. Dr.
(Spec.orte.afn Ricker winter visitor mad"a
J. T. ,
2. r--- splendid address, when he carried Ingersoll for every member of the family. Economical and < s,
z
r- the Flag to the camp-dwelling long yet serviceable. '
and loud upon the necessity of sturdy very r
Americanism in. walk of life
every
t Matinee Starts at 2:30 P. M. -and condemning those who faltered
i along the way. The whole affair W. B. Makinson Company" ; ,

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was 'most enjoyable to the two hun- L
dred more present. ,
Run Continuous Show or '
Will "WINCHESTER GUNS AND AMMUNITION l
( The average American white man '
lives 60 years, and the average woman
Children, 25 Cents Adults 50 Cents -64, according to Insurance figures. -

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: ,. "- .... -' A NEW: AUTO I I LAMPS!! LAMPS! LAMPS!

j' Leo H, Wilson felt the need. of Electric Table Lamp* from E4.00'tQI0,01)\ | ,I' ;j'j;
: some new car that would show speed .
Electric'Heater
-=jind threw himself upon the bounty Electric.Wasbers. :
Tlie of heads.of Osceola county: when Electric Cooking Appliances h "r
those commissioners held meet they Electric fixtures, Made in .Ki.sirnmee l.J
Cross-State Highway : noticed: 'Leo, smilina.weetnd then Flashlights and BaUeries' v 'r '
a they knew, and knew full well, some Electric Wiring Supplies tIN
plaintive plaint h. had to tell And r .';1\
so it was; they listenealonK. tfiey JAGTE.VERYTHING.. '' ELECTRIC .: . ,
hear his! story! heard his. song; and
: when. he told his tale 'of woe about DIXIE ELECTRIC COMPANY #.
and the miles. he had to g A about those ..- si
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i many weary miles,."which sorely PHONE 68 118 BROADWAY i 1
taxed his stock of smiles- his list- ,
r ners said it seems to us that you've .
endured a lot of fuss; no. doubt you 4*
need another t'ar-you travel much- - i
The Melbourne -Indialantic you travel far; And so to cut the mat-
ter -short tell us the cost which you ONE
have thought would bepulled from
the'county purse-and get a real car KISSIMMEE
-not a hearse. Pick out your ought- :
tofromobile"BTd we will buy right off DAY ONLY
OPEN THE' WAY TO th' reel. Then Leo "smiled as best he
wr could, and said: "I ) thought
you would!" Then adder "]tape .
you'll not be bored-I've done gone

picked Irregularity me out in-a- Ford the !"bowel movement Saturday January 1

INDIALANTICBYTHESEA I makes you feel uncomfortableand ,
leads to a constipated habit
which is bad. Herbine is the remedyyou

larity.son's need.Pharmacy.Price If'rcstores, 60c. Sold healthy by Rober-regu.. THE GREAT BARRETT SHOW ;


CALL TO BIBLE STUDENTSC

L E: Putnam of the Moody Bible MOST NOTED Of ALL EXHIBITIONS
Institute, Chicago is planning againto
visit Kissimmee', and will arrive
here on Saturday January 1. There s
1 1' will then be a series of bible studies
The Melbourne-St. Cloud-Kissimmee Cross-Slate Highway between
conducted each afternoon and evening
Ki'simmee and Melbourne is paved more than half of the way and crews .- for the ensuing two weeks in the

U 0r n and teams are daily laboring to prepare the balance of tKTs won- Presbyterian church, to which al! are
I] invited Mr. Putnam will be remembered r
derful cross-stale thoroughfare for. the use of our tourijKTmd pleasure-" pleasantly )hy those who heard

ty seekers. as well a< for the use of our commercial trucks/ n transporting the j him on a previous visit. .

I Ivbge quantities of products of this section to-the coming seaport-Mel- i bfk

\\, > bourne for the cheaper transportation offered by ''steam and motor boat TAKES TANLAC ON


1 tr E freighter I HIS HUNTING TRIP
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l i 6 The Ilnd e across the Indian River one mile and three-quarters Eugene Bates, Weil-Known Florida

long, is now nlaring? completion and it i I' estimated will be opened for Guide, Gives Tanlac Credit. -

public travel on Tuesday. February 22. 1921. This bridge throws open
"Well. I'm leaving shortly for a
j'' to (lie people of( this section a< well as to the thousands and thousands of five months' fishing i and hunting

than those offered other seaside, trip through the Everglades and. U'i
tourist possibilities by
v greater any resort I .i
Tnnlac has helped mi1 so' much al-
on the entire east t coast of Florida. A wonderful bathing beach on l read" I'm rninir to carry a supply ff
one side of the peninsular and that nationally famous body of cruising iilong. with me," said Eugene E
II- flutes, Atlantic! Hotel Tampa Florida -
y' , uatei the Indian Riveron the oilier side. Our entire properties reaching I us IK made n purchase of the

: (from River to Ocean extend cne mile and a quartet along the ,| medicine of thp Economical' Drug
[ Compiinv. the other day
shore of( each. This entire area is highland dry rising gradually (from ana I Mr. Hates is well known in Florida

elevation of( 8 to 10 (feet above the river at its bank to a height of nearly having for yenri peen in local k- 1 ,.
waters acting as pilot and takingout
j1? : 30 (feel in the interior then gently sloping to a point 16 (feet above sea- tourist parties on hunting and t r cr

';, level. Al this point begins the broad expanse of sand the Ocean Beach fishing t trips. p p- d s
"I had l been in n badly run-down 1 1t
- which al high tide is more han fifty feet wida and at low tide offers condition for mole than a year" said -I ,

to sun baskers a width of nearly 200 feet of unwatered sands strewn with ;Mr. Hates, "nnd Tunlac has simply ,i imade l ,
a new man of me. Before taking -
,, t' countless millions of glistening shells. To the bathers is tendered the innumerable the medicine< my appetite was

pleasures offered by a clear gently sloping, beach. very poor and mv indigestion so bud
} that what little I did eat seemed to .r
oOo give nip no strength. ( 'J
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,,- I "Mv; "tomach seemed sour and 1 upset i
:
!* It gives us pleasure to announce the opening of our sales campaign all the time and I waR seldom-
I'J'free of and heartburn. My
"+ -' in Kissimmee. On Tuesday December 28 we ,will be honored by the nerves got gas in such a bad conditionI THE WORLD'S GREATEST

company of a body of representative business men from Kissirnmee on I was very easily excited couldn't I S'
well and felt tired and
sleep always
,an inspection' tOUI'. of our properties Thee .pen are all strangers to. us out. '
..:. .' ,s.-yet. we know' them to be wide-awake.. progressive 1.susinesamen. w " :','. ':.'. Well, I took several differentmedicines 'Aerialists, Bareback- riders, Cowboys. Cowgirls .. '
';' \ '''' i ' '; vli! 'H'f'. without petting rcl'ef, but .
,.' ',; ,' + know:I .thls f from their standing, In commumty"I: ,,'o\'lf., "'} ) ;; '
.:; '.\j'i'., 't' i., \".:"!I',\i.I : ' your ' \ \' L'' ; I : Tanlae has fixed me up'to where I Broncos. Something exciting: every minute.
r -,0 / ( r""t"W are l leaving i to the judgment 'of these' men the nve tme'tfpoi ?,. :' just fine L-t>at anything I want : l
; bilities and the residential desirability of 'our properties. We will publish and as much as I want without suffering PERFORMANCES Ls .
1 with my stomach, sleep like 2 DAILY 2 AND 8P11.Free. :
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v their decision. We will! represent nothing other than their decision. In log nights and never feel tired and .
their hands and subject to their decision we willingly place our future in I vorn out. I like to tell what Tanlac
has done for me, and ahove all I like
your city. 1 keep some on hand all the time." Exhibition on the GroundsDOORS
Tjuikio is sold' in Kissimmee by J.
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I Koberson and Central Drug/: Store
in St. Cloud the St. Cloud
by OPEN
On Monday December 27 we will'I open our office( with the Breaker Pharmacy ONE HOUR EARLIER

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'-.' Sale Managers: Kissimmee Salesmen:

s VERNON D., HAVENS R. P. WHITE

i HENRY O. HART /' S. E. -

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MAGNIFICENT NUMBEROF

THE TAMPA ,

to-' FOR : The Ford Sedan -;
TWo Per Cent Discounton

Complete In every detail AN all-weather car-this pretty thoroughly describes the Ford Sedan. '
inas issue of the Tampa /
one most worthy of In rain or cold weather it is ,a cozy, comfortable, enclosed car; in warm ,!
throughout the United
I of its eighty-eight pages weather, an ideal Touring car. The plate glass windows are raised or lowered in.

h panaceas proved productive against progress a minutes time. The Ford Sedan is always in accord with your wishes. Finely \ne

,: City Taxes only able. possible It was but a model upholstered: equipped with electric starting and lighting system; demountable rims _

the entire state should feel and tire carrier in rear; instrument' board on dash; the Sedan is a car of conven' ,
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f the Tampa Times. ience and class, and has proven a favorite family car. Yet the reliable Ford chassis ,.:

BIG EGG and motor are a part of the Ford Sedan and that means low upkeep cost ease of _.

Notice Is hereby given that on all taxes operation and durability. The Ford Sedan is just as popular' on the farm as in the ...

now due the city a discount of Two per cent get"From 20 to a 25 small egg/ flock per of day, city. It fits family needs everywhere. :

'will be allowed provided the amounts due before Poultry giving Prescription them, I Dr.only Come in and see the Ford Sedan. If 'you want one. place your order now. .'.

three or four. Its cost Orders filled ...
'are in the
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same sequence they are received. Make
shall be paid prior to January 1, 1920. repaid:! to me over and us your Ford head-
i writes Mrs. J. W. quarters, as we are experts with the famous "Ford After-Service."
': Property owners will aid the city and nell Hill, Georgia. r
You should increase
benefit' themselves by now, while prices are high, '
w prompt payment.
Dr. LeGear s Poultry I. P. TIMMONSAuthorized
It is a tonic which build
and an early settlement is urged. 514 hen's strength and
;w:. stimulates the
I ; .: "jt| J- For 28 years Dr.-LeGear ford and Fordson Dealer :
t GILBERT .
,t .. ,, recognized as Breeded America's KiSsiMMEE
Expert Poultry
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'}* "i:1': City Clerk, narian. Any time your FLORIDA
test c \ __ Kissimmee Florida. stock are ailing, it will 0'
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; get the proper Dr. LeGear
I .'';- i.. ': .,"y.r from your'dealer. It must
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-: a < isfaction, or your dealer
MM MMH + + + your money.
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t. THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAT. 'DECEMBER 24. 1929 .-MVBI

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: < rroKatorls now 'onrne ,In maid. I.I duly .sworn several' !?' acknowledg-ed b..r: A. Ti. -12O. "

II| CLASSIFI D CoiirLi that he executedsame -for the (NOT V or r.. .SEAL: )' t
: ADVJPITISEMENTS I F. ,", HAMILTON. uses and purposes therein expressed.' W. 1C. ,O'rTER 't'l
FLEMINO FLEMING. I II IN WITNESS THEREOF: I have I. Notary ublt .

10 I Solicitors .for Complainant: H-6t hereunto set my' hAnd and affixed my I My commission expires Ays;. 5, .....
Notarial seal 'tht Hlh daTof Pecem- t.itE:1 .
FoR lUTn Planola..o" piano-player, thirty .
SALE NOTICE 09' prSSOLUTION-Notice IS -- .
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: dollar Cloud. Florida.W. a. 1'eckbani sMnt 1lt8AL.H hereby <<1".1that -the co-partner .. & & & & & & _ . . . ': .. : :- .-.. .. -.. : :' :7iNotice -
FOR &AL.B-A, >..... B-room eottsge on ._, ship existing at Klsslmme.. Florida, I
? brlok- road; has two porches Welt between W. C. Lyon and C. A. Pad- .
k \. screenedhas1; garage, bath, water II'OR -Iron Safe at s&crlflc. J. ct&ck.u,4er the firm' nam. of Lyon .
WI
: -4 and IJKhts. Apply at 401 vIne e B. Bassett, J01 Mabbelte. 1-ltx &' *-11datk. Is hereby dissolved, by 3 :
1.4ti mutual ..re.m..tl.- C. A. Paddack .
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. FOR BALM 'OR TJtADIO.-Two lacretracta taking" lIVeS the 'business and' assuming -' !
,It. ,,' FOR 8AL.K--China cioset. oil heater. numbers IIi and 11$, section air assets" and liabilities) Iam -
,wall clock UurrouKhs adding machine !_,' township 14 range If. In responsible for no contracts after .

... ..:Ii all ,good as new. Lot sundry orange county formerly part of this date. Decetnhef 16, 19ZO.HlKfied I ..
>omen supplies. low prices.I :.. I... Munirer tract; also two towp 1 lois, ( ) W. C. LYON. hatll'' '
rhilllps. Lumber number. 1 and 8 In block'88, In orange -

I [ Company. .60-lf Centsh' Will trade for poultry. NUTI'K ttf MTO"-KIIUI.I>KIII We will get out our new Directory Jal1uIj
i-ll
FOR 8AL.B-Ons Kmerson Typewriter and a Jersey heifer calf-i-or MRIiI"I'Il\U.!
model three visible .. for cash. Apply! K" O. Yhon WestVine '
rood a. new.
.... Apply Valley Oasotte! ,tt .. street Klsslmmee. J-Jtx The annua4 of the. meetliiff Hunk of Oaceola of the County RtocUholders *- ary: 1. It Is urgent that you place your order jl'

OR! 8AL.K-Fine residence property, MISCELLANEOUS.: will !>.. held at the office of .ald Hank

SUFFERING? quarter-block vranvo trees pecan seven trees roomed, live house oak.,, t AM 8BI..I..1NO' Osceola Fertiliser January In KIsslnunee.o'Florlda 4. 11121. at 1U\, o'clock on. Tuesday a, in. for a telephone at once so as to be Hated in

flowers vines, shrubs. Garage, the. beat.thaTa made. V. H. Law-" for the inirposH' of electing: directors
son. Z-4t for the ensuing Sour and the transAction' .
woodshed an Most of the pain we suffer U rear. Reason for selllnfc.spare property __ "f such business as may |tro|>- :x; the Directory for 1921. .
tOo large for present owner. Apply SEEtS-New Spring seed catalog will city come before said meetlnic.1S .
unnecessary. Why. continue Valley Oacette. 1-lt. soon btt ready for distribution. Betid I t. H. name. at once ao there will be no -------- - --

to endure it-to sacrifice your FOR HAI-H' -Good citrus lanila. i In delay In receiving your copy when \IU)I\N'!* NOTK'K: TO ".;1.1. t *<
tracts of five acres and up. Write the book In ready. Kllitore RnedCom LIE U. ":"" 'AT": Kissimmee TelephoneCompany #
youth beauty and enjoyment\ me what you want. B. O. Hancock, puny, riant City Florida. 60SiBlSAll.dtY ( ,
IXMJtrhman Florida. 62-3H !. Court .r fountr ...11... ".... of
toit 1The MATTRESS J1'AC"Tc..mV- Klurlda ofcmila <'v..'". By M. Thomason.bu .
made like
FOR 8ALK-r-Unltcd Hlatu. Army Mattresses renovated.
combination of simple T.t-ntH, In Al condition. rrncllesllynew. new onethirdhe cost of n new In r. Kslale of Adn. Frank. Hacel.
Site: 1(1x16. l'rio.$45.: Mall one. It Urjrant street Orlando, John and flracw" H hh. Mlnerx. .
harmless medicines found in orders' carefully Oiled. Thompson & Florida 47-It Notice Is hereh? given to all whom .
Mathewa, No. 8 North Orange ave HOOKS wniTTEN up. Balanco Sheet. It may concern, that Leon llehb. As
Dr. Mile. Anti-Pain Pills flue, Orlando Florida. 52-Stx front and Loss, and Income Tax re- Uuardlnn of the Estate of Ada. "Frank -. .
turns. O. P. Taw Orlando avenue John and tIme llehb. Minors. will on - -- -- -- - 1

is especially effective in relievIng FOR 8AL.13-()n.. Nash 'tourlnic car Klsslmmee. CJ-41 the 8th day of January. A. 1>. I 1121.
and one Haynei seven-passenger s apply to the Honorable. T. M. MurJ>h '.
pain without bad aftereffect touring car. Both of then at l> rffaln SKCONI) HANI) OOOI>R. bought sold County lidit,, In and for said County !

prl a : !. 2-tf at 10 o'clock a. m.. oras, soon
WANTED.FARMERS I h.4renfter HS the matter can be I hoard .It
For motethan
thirtyifive FOR BAI.K-t'onlf-s. Huddle i Horses I for authority to $..11. Hi public orrlvsle .
and mares. $60 up. Ht-e W. R. Par- sale, the r"lIuwln I -dlh..d''
sufferers from -Send today for a fruesampln .
years headache, mer foreman. New.lc.ien I'Iantatiun.iear copy of the Florida Farmer ;. 1'1'atstuit' ... In said County. to-wlt I II .,
Naroooasee. Vlt.. or A. K. | The undivided FivelOlxhteenlh: Interest .
neuralgia backache toothache and *8tockman published al Jack-i '
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Thomna.Cb.siiiinec. Kla. 42-tf. . of t sulil ",11I..ra,411 antl to -l.olI I
sonvlll<> Tells al"out livestock rnlsIIIK. -
I Four 4i I niul t the North I T'-n < !Iii'<) 1.i
sciatica and pains from FOR BALK-Oobil .......,,<'1.hanoJ 1 Ford : trucking dairying, : : weekly poultry,, a citrus, $1.00 fruItand PIT Ft-et nf I...' Kl\v < r. ) if ltl...k I"", .i.i'r.
Slim lit ,.r S A ItlllllMHIMrH. ItCNlKloM "fItol.lllMon 1
cars. O. KaKsdale. Plion* 2S.
other have found for 12 OO. Only
three
causes '
relief yenr- years .
n.1 h. IKAdilltlos the
31itJhrecw I.i
livestock. slid general farming
I paper Mown of lssIuu.ne'lt. \ Florida' atcnldlnu
by taking these pills. In the stnte. Write today. .
; FOR SA1.E! and Mules. _ s t'U Ih" Ollli-l.il "I'luln, filed niiilI taste <
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Why don't ...u try them? oulre f.f .. M. Mllli.r ID'r-: -- -- ; I 1..1'.1..1 In ti) ,' I iffli'e of IIIii Cleik of I
y Foil HALK -Two buyn* stills. 4 -year the Cli 1, i ,nit Coin i "f KHIMKICount, 'ij.

ASK YOUR DRUGGISTPat 'I nit sl*'-. vi-lvet. one dnik blue, ono AnI'S"STED III KIsHlinmeiHKi'll Florida 1hlih 1\
fltirk, IoCr..n. it use lc ii ,,(>')I'h I t. the OllulnalValK IIIH, Iti-llifdli ... \\ api'nrafmo, will bo 1011..1 upon even thegrape
collar arid cnlTs, dtitclinl>l<* Nenrlvnew. lh* i pi lotion, I fur, Hiieh sabnow, on I
1-11,1| lrCM, 1';Xt riK'IS. ftC :NiM--HBll: I ||*Hand 1
: Apply 301 Main ntrcfl.. 4t-lf .\11.... linn- ill." I li Hiilil CiHirt -
I n-penieis' mm if I Muted I I--. mlier in. A 1) 1920.I.ROM .
1" W'It'ulld.t I i.a (SJc.in. |.uny. 5!Ii, Mimphis. | ofrlze :
: HKIIII'
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-- Buniralow ; all I Imprnvemcnin TIIIII. 62-4IX ,
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l-4t (iua nl Inn.MITH
Johnston (I P OARKET : Hlx I arM.rou a Inr..r"porrh.
deco I In,/ Apply i j rn pretnlneHNo. I I - ; ---- "
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTOKNEYSATYAW V I I rio tidI, avenue. KlMKlmimeF : I -----..---- -- I.: <>INTKM'ION ''; AIM'I.V fruit! ;
49-41 WANTK1 >-IJld.v's I i
tI 1 IVckluun.. SI I'loud.. S22lcVANT13I I I
Nolln 1 Is I heri-l" i"> Kl\ell 'that the UM-
< iR SA 1.1'.R..I buy In city ; flvenrrc ----- ----- ---
f) Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band tract. hl..li Htate of "ulll" .II"n ; \ .I TO '!'H.I'I K -T" n miMlernhOUBOH. llelHllMll-ll, Will llppl\ I.. the IJllX.TIIOTof ,
Building. fertlllBi'fl thin year. wi-ll-drulnefl. Olle ...Ix,1 "llle thll'Mrooni. the Stule of 'Klorlda. l" TalVahassev. : FLEERSFLORIDA ,
.. well-ft-ncffl. will'make. M4>*i'tHl I pifrt I Ia. l 1"'al",1 on lars lot lln' I lllv .>n lh> IMth d iu. of .January' Al .1 "I"r.
-.. KISHIM.MIiK. KL.OHIOA I nin busy with oilier propel Iv doulili' nirni.r. well-BMun. l In> rltvef l I' l 12t! : I fill I 1,1-ltetH t I I'lltelll. lllCOIpOlatlnif '
bit inlHH thin opportunll > ; lent* Orlando. renting t...w..1 K"(1prlfes 111.- !BI1CIIANTH' AN1 FtItiiI
--- ------ -- -- than hal (-mile from \\111. xluiii",:e for ...t.ni| I 1"-, I Iproved I KHS; HXNK:; I IIk, ISS1XI K K. mule. FRUIT ,
.. . . .... ... ... . . . .. at 111 lto> al street courthoimec.ill ur l.-l.- properlv, I In KIHHIIIIIHM-I | 'the. r..II.\\'ln. I". ''t us''] charter th.i.rlnlniil .- : .

phone IS*. 61-tf I KpleiKllil opportunity' I for H KoiiclIraiiBfer \ of wlii.' li. IK now Oui file Intin
TILLER -- Applv I III onoito .1 M'Ihatttr. 'v- j ofllie: of i tinSerrelarx i i of Vlaliof
------ CHEWING GUM
M.
FOR SAI.K--OrealeHt oiportnn4ty| In I II7H I llroHdway. KlHKlinfii.-52-2t X. II Ii' : ",";1.1 Stale 0111' luam.thIs of FlotillaWITNKSS 15lh cl.ivof I II I 111 || IRI .

I c-ount. A bargain, not to be aeerIvcted December. A l II I IX2 iU
Real [ lLl1! ? !? arnfllocated N, 1.-fly told here are 35 \V--ti-i-i---: ; INmltlon-- -- --HK- .1..n..Ta"h..r. I A Jutes -- .. .
at Klttnlnnnee "I'ark
.. : la.I"h"l.) .. or I Ion.- J F. Ann.-
-- wit h n lickifront of lioo (0..1 ( in I |>y \ ouriR part BIG' R-iDU'CTIO"N order your fertilizer without
Address i'.'stfiteIbx. X2.< KlHHltn-", "Kniil M.I h IN PRICES ,
Really Bought and told. one tract .r seven and one-bnlf Flu (Iia. 2-t x o W Cirsiins.H You will make a mistake if yu if
m o
Hou acres: Is larKw a .flve-iooin K.irumdairy. lou"IoC"I..w house.wagonshed withbalh .:..... _ _____---.--- . I I' \Varlnwploro8KI letting our NEW PRICE'USTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATER- f':,
ei rented. ANTKI 1--C.II'.r.| hitml\ i s< ''.
; poultry-house anilvard > ofMKHCMANTH IALS PROMPT SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers Unesticides, ,
I : truck ilrl\I rn. motor lioHt o). -rRtr.j'K. ; ; Cll liTER .
Taxet paid and Title verified hearing; and fruit I motorboat t treen. house; 2S Ingoo4 1111..1', '' | whit.i I HIM! colored t M.-n. :; AND:; FMI.MKItH: MASK' : Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
everything : for nil klnrlR f.f "111,1w"'I.. 1I..d{ ( OF, KIS8IMMKK! PAINTER FERTILIZER
(for non-resident condition, I I on i the remainlnifHrroa I I E. O. CO. .
-' .. bonrd anil l room rurnl.h.'c1.,1)i l liifMco I TiniimlifHlirni'd: I : : liiciip Viir tiirs herebv -
'
e 'thete.nie 25 fruit trii-B. S'lRiiava : :: i
Fire. Life and Accident In- '>f I n t niul wftll.Theae
feeH. H rtfwln nf I bef-otnlriMT I t" ,,,porHti'dand I
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entile iireinlHes. IncludlnK < i K en n Homed I'i Ml bourne, Florida. ptllioHe| '.
surance. 2. It" formlnir a corporatlon under ,andbv .
one-ton motor and Bail >/
capacity bont.fine virtuof i the l.aus or the Stut' of
.l"lle horse, first class FOR RENT I
Indemnity Bonds. aa !=
.I Florida. wllhalul under the followlnnpropnHid
I
'. harneiiH. .' lrsil, -- --
'ICIoC' u-aKon. "' >n( - -
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_ nientH. are offered nt the Treat Hn" Kofi HUNT- KuinlKhed.I M' "" KI-OUIK, .1!.1tI.r I ihailir.The
XX. .. . .. ..4..pe.,. . .-. Grand Championat i
rlflce Fluure of 55,0011. Full d..lallhy apartment Three rootrm. liath
num.of tl".' Corporation I shallI.'V
calllttK. at prernlaen or rIling all conveniences. H& Urnck OIl reel
O. F. KniUHH A. AKEltll\i. Ihowlier: V. 1' iU-Cttbe. KlaalmmeeTaili. Z-ltx : III.MerrhantH,' and. FtiriiK-lH. It.untKissiuuiee. <
of nil *11.| ,.1,,(-. of IMIH.noss |- _
u Vf J. STEED FlorUn. f '-If I - I . shall be In the Clly of KlxHlmmec. l
I h'OU I HKNT-'Mif nice I sleeping I roimi.with the -
.
In Hie County .r OHo-nla. and Hog and
FOR HAI.HV One ii Ii,iI 1-il ,oil| s inimU I lice of hath 4:11: %Nurlli fhurrh.
!
". KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED I fir iln' er-7lano.. fifteen ,'pnt., .\....- I Btr.-et. 2-ltx. '*l '''tate of Florida. II
Atterstey* and t ouarrlurM at law .
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| The jceiM-ral nature of the 'businessI
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Kh.a1i.ee. FloridaGeNeral I I I to he transacted shall I 10,,. .llrst of nCeneral i i't
rarllrr. I. .u!. !mate ... HankliiK ItiiHlness with Cattle Show r :
llaltvd *..... ( ... pow-
O r Incident thereto, provlilui) .i.t ti'the \
___ ___ ___ ___ ..3.-__ __ I (I .LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ) :' era as _
Statutes of t the State of Florida I .sgi

J. W. THOMPSON III. Atlanta Georgia __
.j
This amount of .the capital stock ofMild .

.\TICK TO ('1"1)1"0118 erly, situated In Oetceola Cwumy. Flor corporation I shall be Tn-ti t y-II vII 0:
Ida. t..wlt: Thousand Dollars (925.000.001. to he '. '
Funeral Director I. C..rt .of ..e--.P' J.dg.-. Uses- The NW% of NUU and PB\4 If divided Into two hundred and fifty .HIGHLAND
., ela (.....y. Mfale' of Florida. 8WVi ofeI"'llon S, Township 25 Mouth' shares of the par value of One Hundred OAKS FARM
Hanxe 17 East. embraced In Certificate Dollars Ul00.00).ae.h. to be paidIn lJi

AND In re' Hstate of August Ordas No. 209( ; Jots S,, 4, 1, 10, IS and cash. t. HEADQUARTERS .
To. all I Creditors' etratees,' UlBtrlbu-I \VLot 8 Block 61 Runnymede, emhraced I V. '"' ': FOR THE GET :
LICENSED EMBALMER tees and all Persons hAving Claims I : In Certificate No. 238; tots: "'I. The term for which mid' corpora ", OF '
., or Demands against said Kstar,: II and IS Block 61 Hunn 'med... embraced tlon shall exist shall be Ninetynineyears. .
You and eacb of you, are hereby In Certificate No. 141 and Lots .
Store and Chapel Stewart Ave notified and required to present anvclaims I and 2 Block ill West Klsslrnm V. ORION CHERRY KING JR, 8t. -. 1
KISHIMMEK.; FIXJIUDA and demands: which you or The ssld land. belntc assessed. at date The business' of the said corporation i
either of you may have against the of Issuance of said certificates In the shall be conducted by the following They are winning in the Show-Ring. Breeding-Pens and the Feed-Lots. Four
--- ---+-.- -- -- --- of ordaa. late ; officers: A president one or more
estate AuguSt deceased oemof H. K. Clark IXsston H Us-*
of OBceola County. Florida, to the uii- tate Cnknown: and i W R. Harris.t vice-presidents, a board of five directors I of his sons and daughters won CHAMPIONSHIP HONORS on the

derMlgned lOxecutrlx' of said eState Unless said certificates shall he r.- a cashier anal such other officersand .
WHO WANTS Ti1 AGENCY within two years from date hereof.. deemed according to law. tax deed employees as the crornorstion mavauthorize. "SOUTHERN SHOW-CIRCUIT" this Fall ilt
Hated August 21, A. l> 1920 will Issue thereon on the 27th day of The board of directors mar
KI.ninc.slid' Osceola County. to MARIE OKI)AH. December, A. It. 1HZO. nnpolnt subordinate officers and employees He stands UNDEFEATED "GRAND CHAMPION" the ENTIRE SOUTH. :

sell ,Molle. IjRhtest.Typewriters.and America'sHtroiiKest. ('heiiprmtTypwrr 4-9t. .KxecutrlxNOTIfK .- Circuit J Court.I. OVKR8TRKRT.Clerk Osceola County.. terms of. with office such as they powers may duties prescribe.or and. He is the Biggest Champion Boar of the breed weighing :

For writeor OF APPI.IfATIUN FOR TAX Florida. as may lie provided l>y the be-mw..
particulars
sail on K. T. Holmes ake ". IllCiCU. not Inconsistent. with. the banking 989 pounds in ,breeding sh* .. .. '\ ,:

.4 Hamilton. Florida. 61-4tx NOTICE!: HI HRREBY GIVEN That 1\0'l'1'J UK AI-ri.M'ATION IJEED. Post TAX laws. VI.The IF YOU WOULD WIN START RIGHT-GET WINNING "SEED.STOOL"Reflsesabw .

I I CorrIe K. Jones. purchaser of Taxrertlflffttes directors' shall he ..I..rt..d\, "
No. 4tZ and 4.J. dated the stockholders at each annual m'eetInif. Our Sale '
'NOTICE 13 HEREBY OIVRN/ That .. .
All other officers and employeesshall __
the 3rd day of June A. D. 120. hasIliad
break Celd Fever a4GJripp. W. 1,. Thorndyke, purchasec of TuxCertificate .
66 will a said certificates In my office, and : be elected .annually by the no 'rd

,|akLer UI.B ,asiytkbf wtJoiow ha.Issue made In accordance application with for tax law.deed Saidcertificates to of June A.No.U. 1"1894 I. has dated filed the said Id certificate day- of the Directors.stockholders The shall annual be held meetingof on the MONDAY JANUARY 3 192,1 ONE 'P -M. .

In office* arid has made ..
pIY.Miag p.eD..l a. embrace the following; described -I application my for tax. deed to Issue In fourth' Tuesday In January In each :
In OsceolaCounty I year. .
situated -
property Florida, to-wlt: accordance with law. Said certificate /, ,- vir. An attractive l lot of REAL HERD bred the''
SOWS and
sired
Uot B a* embraced In Certificate No. embraces the followliiK de.erlGedprop..rly. Until the'ofncers elected at the first to by ;f!:'
492 and Lot 7 embraced In Certificate. situated. In Osaeola County annual nyeetlna; of the stockholdersshall UNDEFEATED '
Florida 10-.. .. : CHAMPION BOARS OF THE \
One Thing&eks' Florida Drainedband btalifled. the business of saideorpoi'lon D/tt/
'Only No. 4n. of Block 1. I ;
< I. Lot I. Block 1C:, of O'Neal and 0.- shall be conducted hv thefoiIofIng .h '
Ccld"2That's The said mr.a."l'tet assessed- at o.thl; horns Addition. named officers: J F. Anne.l'resfient THEY ARE WINNING AND SIRING WINNERS ,
The said land being assessed at the : 1'
:
My : R. n. Warln Vlce-Presl- A
date of Issuance In the name of Un date Wawiie .
'Issuance of said certificate In
- known. Unless said certificates shall \ deuit. H. A. Oates. Cashier: and J F
be redeemed. aceordlns to law. tax. the name of ))on""n.,, A. B. Are.; R. D. WarlnK." R. A. Ostes. Emil F.r Folder aaxi'Catal..... t
{ Dr. Klnft's New DlscoTtry deed will Issue thereon on the Ird Unless said certificate. shall be redeemed Mach' and O. W. Persons Directors. \. """ '

. for Fifty Years day of January. A. D. 1 III I. I will Issue according thereon on to the Iantax 10th day deed of i vnr. .
.- .1. K OVKR8TRBET The highest amount of Indebtedness HIGHLAND> OAKS FARM :
-I
.
January. A. I' 1921. .
a ColdBreaker"TIMETRIED Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County or other liability to which the said
J. L. OVERSTRKRT.
corporation. shall at any time subjectItselfshall
for fifty years and Circuit Court Seal Florida.) BlBtNOTICE Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County. he as limited and denned Operated by Tk. Americas AfricrJtmral Cketmical C.. '
Florida. hv Section J7IZ. of the Jeneral Statutes
popular than today. (Circuit Court Seal). 63-ft of Florida. PIERCE (Polk Couaty) FLORIDA. '
Nothing,but the relief It fives from TO ('JIICDITOHSI. 1X. .j'

old colds and In Circuit Court for the nnd residences of the Burden Loomis, Jr. J. Pope Bass Farm
stubborn on-rushing Seventeenth The names Superintendent
Ceart .f and throat-torturing Circuit of the State of FlorIda subscribers soil the amount capitalStock .
new ones grippe ".te .f Kleridsi.Tn .
follows
11and for Osceola County. In subscribed by each are as w
coughs could have made Dr. King'sNew ..... Chancery. ln the matter of the petition : .,.
Discovery the standard remedy it re Rstate of Arthur Hi. Vorh. of Ethel Ij. Farr to be a free- NUMORR "F -'

Is today. No harmful drugs. To all Creditors. Legatees. Distribu dealer. To all whom It may concern: NAME RK8IDKNCK 8HA1JKHC. I
and all Persons having Claims
tees Notice la hereby give" by the. undersigned F. Turner, Orlando--------------2' ,;
Always'reliable, and good for the or Pemands'against' said Estate: that on the 16th day of January II. A. Hates, Orlando.__-----_ -- -- ITJ.
whole family. has a convincing, healing I. notified You and each of you. are hereby A. l D. 11121.>> -4 shall apply to the F An"";... Orlando----------------
with all its good medicinal and required thY h." any Judge of the above court for a license (I. K. Currier', Orlando----------- III :
e taste claims and demands you or .. _ _______ 10 ,
10 manafte." take care of and control C. 1 D. Christ, Orlando. -- 1
qualities. At all druggists, 6O cents, either of you, may have against the my property and become a free-dealtr 8. n Aultman Elesimmee.------ -2n
Arthur B. Vorhees. deceased
11.20 a bottle. estate or In every respect. This the 8th day of F. 8. Ollbert. Kis.iniunee----------- !"
ate of Osceola County, Florida, to the
4(
December A. I) 1KZO. Emil: Mach. Klsslmmee. 10
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For coIdgandcough4e undersigned Exocytrlx of said esfaTo, ETHEL 1. ; Milton PledKer, Kluslmmee. _-_ u_1"
within yeae.fPom the date hereof. d.J1' ,
one ./ Address: Kt. o Florida I. 11. Tnifram, Kisu.Ininu.e------ R
Dated November 141, A. it 1D20.
MARY. LILLIAN VORHHRS. JOHNSTON A OAmiKTT. Eugene C* Bryan KI..lmm.fOA.
Counsel for I'etltloner. 62-41 H. Bryan. .Ftisslmmee-------- I"
Dr.KingsTfewTOscovery 48.ft Executrix.NOTIfB Klsslmmee.2* ,1
.1 I IVoodheck,

EXE"TOR"> FOR FINAl IX: TIlE rilirlilT' fOMIT IV" A I- H !M. Breaker. Kisaimmee-------I ,
...
FOR OSCUOI.A (' '! \V. C. B" Kissimmee.----------1
Ol'TY. KI.OHU
: UlBCHAHUK) IJ"IN f IIANCK.HV.Peninsular Dr. .1. A. Ford Orlando. u _ __ 1 &
0t'. Persons, Klsslmmee.IB 1
lar..rt .f ('.mmtr Jmimr. Slatef __ SU .
VS. W. Buchanan Orlando-------
Flerlda, O ce.ls. ( ..aly. Naval Stores Company D Warlnnr. Orlando-------------IS ,

The Results of Constipation 'the a corporation. C. C Manner. Orlando. .. - u. - 1\ "
In Estate of Cullen F. l'age
v. Tllden and Mavulre, Orlando.__--__18 '
sick headaches biliousness, sallow n..ed. Stephen W. Aldrich et als. By W. L. Tllden rlando.RTATF. .
are NOTICE] IS HEREBY GIVEN to all No. 1092 ,
9.skin, waste matter in the intestinal whom It may <>concern that on the .
OF FLORIDA :
system. Correct this health-under 16th day of February A. D. 121. I to: Each of the defendants namedIn COUNTY' OF OSCEOI.A .'

condition by taking Dr. King'spills. shall apply to the Honorable Judge of the complainant's bill of complaint tr.r.me.. the undersigned" NotaryPublic (
4 mining said Court. a. Judge of Probate for In the above entitled cause: !I
State of Florida1st
,Feel good every slay. KP my flnal discharge, as Executor. of You will please take notice that nn I In and for the appeared I.. H l1'f' .if

the. system & a and 'virile. Sam. the estate of Cullen F. Paire. deceased His 8th day of January A. IX 181.1' Tn.raDl.L..rlfe.KroU personally Mach 8. B. Aultman. F. J

b14 e2 slAlIbflgg1st*. and that' at the same time. I will I at 10 o'clock a. m.. the complainant 8 Ollbert. :T. n. Woodbeck. N. C. Brvsn. :
present Anal accounts a. Executorof In the above entitled Its-.
my by
cauae. n. W. Persons. Walter. ('. 14..... If 4tI.
JWC said estate and ask for their approval. solicitors, Fleming and Fleming and M. Bresker. Milton Pledger. Rusjene" C
K. P. Hamilton, wtjl apply to theClsrkjof' H. n. tVarlns C F. Turner C '
Dated December 4. A. t). 1920. i the above court to Issue a D.Bryan.Christ O. 1':. Currier.\ J. A. Ford. :
H. W. STARK commission to J. Marvin Glance of
K. W. Buchanan. C C. Han nee, R A. ,
U-Stx 106 Pr humor Building, AahevIle.State Gates, Tllden and Maarulre." by W. I.. :
of North Carolina, co-nmlnlon- .
a
Tllden J. F. An..". all to me well
- .... . ., .... -. ..... ItOTIOB' Or APPLICATION FIR TAX er on. behalf of comple'.nant.! to take known. and known to me to he th"Indl".tu.l. tt
aci the testimony of O. A. of the
Petteway
,. .p described In and who executed -
l.\ ? ..... :
of3Aea wounr;! -- City- of Ashevllle.North Carolina, a the foregoing proposed Charter ...w ,
r healing l ; cuts, iarme NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVES That material witness on behalf of oornplalnanC of the Merchants and Farmers .""",

.' ' bruises, sores and ...lds 1 is 1Jqwa 1.1. M. Wlllson ;Jr.. ,. purchaser of.Taj In aooordano iwlth the provIsions flank of Klsstmmee, and each being f-{
so dated the rnd day of Section l(4t and other sections .
? Boofrcone. It is a clear odorless ; IIt.A.Nt. : 3"J.'T _. --.. I :
>, t l> and T" Certintate of the. OenersJ Statutes of FlorIdSiVfor I '1; -- "c r .
liquid AossesMinff marvelous ,heaUas .: 2i-. 14)) and i.4. dated the IrddayolcJvae. tbe 'reasonthat said witnessresides fir CeU ;
.Price aOc-6ec. and $1.20. A. 'LLI I l8v"uaa filed said out 91 Xhe county; In which i Mtf h a prescript* P "
power. certificates In my office and has mad J sal41 ca.se 1 1. pendlnsr and that .eooi It'. _ad
Sold, by Roberson's'.Pharmacy.T.. IF y_ a... ,5wwelsew.- :
> application for tax deed to Issue Inacoeraanee plalnant believesthat a material' Dartiot1t ,, : v..r-- : "
4J SMi B SS fcp S 'wit la*. "14' ftlfleatips" ,, claim dspe-nda .vpon the testimony . .. reiuejy ) -J .
J3 bacribe. for The Valley Gazette. Embrace.-r,. the. ., following described prop of such witness Proposed liN 1,0. .7 '

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.'ElCHT'y THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY DECEMBER 24, 1920 "-

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.-UiI [ IN SOCIETY'S REALMAll I : t4

j, F : oheSeaSOn'S 'Greetings

;: .. matters lnt nd.d for this! <1pmrtment .. .. II ;._ . ., ". .:
-
.. should be handed In .a earlyas -
. po.*lbt.. Advance notice of com-
.
Can l
Inn event Must b ,authentic.
'" .,. Phone 11, and tulk,. for "8ocl ty." -
I .. .....: : forma close promptly at "ten oclocl': ,
:
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. $
morning.o0tr
.I .......1 each Friday
eiA'T
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SISTERS ARE COMING ,
FROM GEORGIA'''HOME
I : : DICID5E-BRDTIHIERS Mian Lucille Persons and Miss El It ii to. you- inel you- I
telle persona are expected to arriveon
J : Sunday from their home in Buena; and you-our old-time customers, and new

: ?l'.RDAD5 1I' __ 0 Vista, Georgia( to be the truest of patrons-to whom' we extend .our sincere, ''
their brother G. W. Persons, and<
I II' family. . thank for making our New Store and 'our }

r-'* I.' '.. ".,,;,,''.11'.,,
:J
', '-' Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Brown and two -- t f
," children left Sunday for a week'i '
; I.. ':y.::,,,' ." .. outing in' Atlanta.on MrA. Brown hat We wish each and all of you the ::.i j
'" ... ..:,.. .
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I . .; t. .. You rarely hear tHe price f ----r-o--- -r---; beetf"TillinQ'i : a"--nrenUoUS-ro1Ilt1on- ------ Compliments of The Season C '1,
pianist at the Casino, and felt the eland
!I; ., of the car mentioned. need of a brief respite from her duties trust the coming year 'I :

1' I .
Be Full of Good Things
May i
I ,'..-. :,. Remarks about its low .. ; FROM JACKSONVILLETO '::
f
F
VISIT RELATIVESMrs.
.. "'; 1.-' ,. \ cost and long service ''. Myrtle Phillips, of Jackson !,
'r ville arrived jn Kissimmee on Sunday J' ,
T much
-::: are more.. frequent. .. '. l i to visit through the holiday( .,I'i
: .' with her I husband, John Phillips her fir
i:
j ;. . .. Mrs.street.A. T. Johnson, at S04 Main Dollar Limit Store. ]

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f The lIaM>din consumption !I. unusually low COME FOR THE FROM HOLIDAYS MIAMI # G. W. Person Company it

k kP Tb tire mileage U.unusually high Mr. and Mrs. II.- Stanley Bullock t
and baby arrived by automobile \
+ I Tuesday evening-conung direct from .
Miami wh..refr.. Bullock i i.* connected I :
with the McVeigh, Insuranceonipany. !'
P 1 i ( Their ninny friends here KOsceola -************ *** !

join with J1 Ir. and Mrs. S. H. llul-I
I ,I. W. PHILLIPS' SONS | lock in greeting the 'isltorwho '

I will remain through the holidays : Hardware Store
is ORLANDO
LEESBURG SANFORD I II
''CONK(;( TO CALIFORNIA' I
'i I:, CARS OF ALL TYPES FOR IMMEDIATE DELiVERY I I IFOR( TilE WINTER
''
I
1 Mrs. Lillian Voorhees andTisl':
1g : I
Ruth Miller\ have bade farewell to
I II
1 I .. I [their ,, many friends here in Kissim- 1
I tf4 I mel'tnt.! have gone to Pasadena to .
I [ try one winter on that coast. They', I Jun n't :. The Man Who .
I will make their stay with a sister ofMrs. ,
i "
( : Vooihoes, and expect to remain ; tI
I Ii until \ unless sooner driven back
.May- !
i I 'home weather.l hy the inequalities of the I II I (y ;,. Sells

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111 111I' i A I.A'HA :MANS VISIT I If *
IIILK-TLMK: FRIENDS> r
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I I Ii I I ( Hardware
I i I II ; ne- 'the ,tat have !been visiting in I 'II
I EI -,imnec" where| Mrs Jones-who I
I : uathen :Mi1"* Iles.ie Chanman-was"ormcrlv \v Ur
II> resiiU-nt. At the time of t4 t' rr.
t he nut' i'age: of the couple nearly stops long enough' to say that
'I H \\ucny! li\c yea is ago Mr. Jones was X
I : a he is busy selling the biggest
.ir-m-iii'i tor; now he, :n superintend 'i so
i I Ont ".f the "ilbCar and FoundryI ( i n.le man
lot
I : I "iiipiiny., located nt Anniston.( There of goods that ever
,
t' I I I I I :lure! : many of the "real I old-timers" t wick Life slipped out of our corner
h. will rc'inemlx.both
visitors
,, \\ i ij I Ii
t that he hasn't time totalk' \
;
P i ( I'll>I LE(5K( IRi.S HOME HERE is the most wonderful .
IdU Tilt: IlOt.I/ HAYS 'I ( rlnr ntd.for horn* UM-. any. Let (the other fellow, do I
A merry group at !girls have re'urneil port bi. lump that rlv*. a knvllow whit I
I .. hchtof Mtoundii. bnlllaneIIOO.dIe that. Then he take his, bah j'
from college" duties at Talla- power. Mak_ and v bum* /u ""
I ha-ce-reaching here, on the early : from common rmaolln and tight:wlI. I
= .rds..ry ..e. "".. up another notch and sailsinto
-- (: have
train on Sunday-''an - : been liusy since that hour i in greeting A Beintlinl Lamp La Any Home the work of getting out
their many lr endfl. Among those' xrW .. OaMt Ut. hM h'Biily amrhUto *-
I .Y. Bb It rtMtrtiv* ta Mir '
< '-x.x.c-:-<--'rt-.x----: > SANTA CLAUS ENJOYED IT returning were Misses Carol Fripp, ". room. Hi* Iatni4) sir*mfcti of his Christmas orders. ,
> bnM.hMvlly' nlekitxl aatl bMw 1
Tiller Margaret Stanford :: '
Mary: w.h win 'L.t .
'. Norma Griffin, Mattie Stanford 1..n.J w a Y ICa r
a.h. N1
Is Your Youngster Left Behind? i That there is a Santa Claus was afternoon Irene Reed May Singeltary, Orpha woval.n.. .. .
.
plainly demonstrated Saturday Rone Helen Bass, and Liela Love too .::!:f2 OsceolaHardware : E f
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in Kissimmee. A laughing, r vv iv.c Ota
3: Johnson-the latter being from St, __ 1oGD\JO I. ,
shrieking crowd of children were in Cloud 'but classed as from 'tsar a >b
always '
} .aa.._ wr..I "
.'
WHEN' ride, watch r. ;
I the others off, front ofthe_ "Dollar Limit" to Kissimmee. The parents of Miss :: e+r au .r. '
happy, healthy and gay-Is Y'Z the actions of Santa as he performedin Griffin are upending: 'the'winter -at s:: :::? ;. ,
yours the wistful one, denied one of the windows which had Miami, and she remained in Kiasim-
that glorious] ( possession( :.Lr I been fitted for his work. Later on, mee but a short time to see her I I ::4
-a bicycle'i'% 'the Disciple of Generosity paraded friends.
/ v When you give your rhll-.f) : I the streets followed by a throng of I,.
+ J dren bicycles, you give' t them 'hildren-then returned to the store, PRETTY WEDDING
,'.. where he was lost in the maze.
a more tnun happiness. .J ix AT SHINGLE CREEK "
4'' y ; give them healtha lovn.o: Wednesday evening at the Shingle Store 1
nature-a chance to do X >OTI< K OK A:\ ",lAI. K.I.KtTION Creek home of Mr and Mrs. I. P. -
T tilings worth while. rison, occurred the wedding of their .
fir th* ahariln *-
,. 1. Men' women and children I >The Mpi| annual t ride bicycles for( pleasure Saint; Clouil. Kloilcla, for th .1"\I..n l Alderman non of Mrs. Mary Alderman .
r, and economy. The bicycle .uf illn-rlorH. BM | lh* eruneartluu 1""I"rlv ttl allJllnr of Taft, In the presence of ..... .,;,
ntiv
huHlm-MH that :
w \ : is the universal beneficialmode l criiii- l..'fon, the nii-ctinK will !i... h..1d1 the immediate relatives of the contracting -.,. .
of transportation. Let I III\ lilt .11'.10'.'.. lOfllll of ,,"Id J ll.tllk on parties and a few intimate i ...\
; RIDE A BICYCLE "S show you our new models TinHflH> Jan, ua r5' 11, Rt 3.i el..k, p. m. Mend, Rev., R. F. Hodnett, of the } j
m II I It. HI.KKi'H.( I'liKlilsr.
\ 2-2t
}: Methodist church at Shingle Creek-
k ...\ NO BOY WANTS TO BE THE BOY WITHOUT A BICYCLE } officiated at... the nuptial ceremony, VG Keep Our Customers Happy ." .
-
o'clock
( which took( place at eight ,
I*! RUB MY TISM }mj the event was a most charming t.J
\ ,
WYNN'S BICYCLE
I. SHOP one. Following( the taking: of the .
marriage vows abundant refresh:: '

|V1"-, r 105 BROADWAY I Is a powerful Antiseptic and 'Pain ments were served. gar OJIW1/[ .t*,
endeared herself toa '
The bride has 'HJP"Good
I{ old fore. /
killer, cures i infected cuts
"V .., large circle of friends by her pleasing ... $

( .)..- r .' tetter, etc. Relieves Sprains, Neuralgia ways and her 'ever-delightful disposition.
She especially charmIng -
-- was Service No Mailer How Lon6The Line
-' this occasion gowned as
Everybody'W io Rheumatism. upon
If Anybody Advertises Their 'WanU" in the Valley Gazette. she was in tricotine of blue, and the
extended to her and
----- ---- congratulations

rY
their residence in a prettily furnished .>.
,+ 1' home which has been prepared at .
"' t ? DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. CEDGE CEO. T. SINCEL TAR Y Taft Mr. Alderman being,' lumber

}. . PrQ idenl Cafftiir IrN-Pr.IJd nttf' lumber inspector for the Lockhart Standard Made Tires
Lumber Company, whose plant 1* at

... nearby Conoley.
{
.. Within walking 'distance of the
Jk west of Londonnineteen acres of .. . AT .. .. ,
{ woodland has been set apart as a IIIRIGH.T
,
k{
r sanctuary where birds can build. Between l'

The Pinch in the Purse to have 40 used and this 50- sanctuary species are. known' PRICES 7

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r ; The pinch in the purse will be less if you give your wife a '

Bank Book for Christmas. The pocket-book always leaks-nickles, A.KISSIMMEEINTERVIEW and save you money.

d+ tM 4 ; d mes. quarters slip away. The household bank account not only
Tells Her Experience.
Siever
t t '+ I holds these.. small sums but keeps track of the chars, gives a record I\ha.The following( brief account of an -

y. and receipt for every dollar( spent. Surprise her this Christmas interview' with a Kissimmee woman
\'t\ five years ago, and. its sequel will be Call and
Examine Our
Bank Book. Make it'as fat Next Stock
possible.
; wjth a a* year you read with keen interest by every cit

\ r'' -.r.' ;. will not have cause to complain of the high cost of living.
t \ 1" izen.Mrs.. H. G. Siever, 411 Clay street,
h\' / .. Kissimmee, says: "My kidneys had

..; t'1",. 1:/., : .' of Osceola been and I bothering having me for several such dreadful months Y.
Bank kept
County
.'';; :: \ : ,. backaches it was a wonder I was Lxjpfer PratKer

ie ..... ?: able to be up at all. My kidneys ..
*; ;yw-yt;; - Hours! 9 a. to 3 p. m. I acted irregularly and black pots :

...... '. ;.:-f'.J.. . .(',. . floated before my eyes, most of the OVERLAND AND COLUMBIA CARS '
of Doan's Kidney
.
time. A sample
.
'. .'i' I"f".t.: .,, "; Pills was given me and I began using PHONE 136 KISSIMMEE FLA
o-t' .' .- t: %.... .. . them. In a short time I got fine
;w lt ... \\'It.. results and was soon( over my trou .... "'fl.lIfIir.:.!
.lTJa.'lJiln.A: t With the Ability ble. I think Doan's are a'splendid ., ;,:.","

4 x' +rand) illingness:. to Serve DEPOSITS.. INSURED. kidney On March remedy.26" 1918, Mrs. Slaver attack. *.of.backache- -and 1 say a good almpTl ask for a kidney remedy .4

.. !\, "' ,f \0 praising Doan's Kidney Pills III" 191. t7.w Mr. Siever had Foster-Milburr( 'J"
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