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 31, 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: VID00992
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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If New Road-Plaa Goes Through Will 'Kissimmee Welcomes :Good Things Due ;, .:>\ ' .- AH .*'

..., Be Prim. Factor in -Route to. ," \ A.:' .

Southern Florida City .5
In Nineteen : ;
-- Tibenty-Onq ,
S .,S At a recent meeting at Cocoa, I The *-,
wherein there were tlon -
many expressions .oooo.o.oooo.oooooooo.* fr oo oo ooooo <-<"t C"fra- *"C" *".* -ooo .
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J": ., regarding the Improvement of mee il ;.
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"' )| the east' coast highways; from Jack. .. .. .till5'. *

,r\,' sonville southward, the assertion was J. WADE TUCKER SELLS PASTOR LEAVES TODAYTO has ..*.,
made the WHY SOUTH FLORIDA IS THE
by one of leading lights by :..
A of motordom in Miami that it way INTERESTS AT LOUGHMAN FILL STARKE PULPIT ". ,.'

I ullelellR0 urge the work of improving BEST TERRITORY OF the
.: the highway between Jackson The interests of J. Wade Tucker in EQUAL Rov. David Lander, who came to: ao a. _ _
ville and the Georigia\ line-adding the Everglade Cypress Company at fill the Presbyterian Pulpit. during outside .
,I. that a new route into the state. Loughman, have been bought by his AREA IN THE UNITED STATES the three months' absence of Roy W. shall ; .-
L i I? could easily be secured, and adver- father J. J. Tucker the transfer III.I I Dresch, will leave today tot loners ' ,

*: I. tilled which would not require the I having been completed on Tuesday Under Above Title The Tampa Time. in thfc! southern, section of the state I Starke where he will assumr pastorate pave ',
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i. S travelers to pass through Jackson- of this week. This l lib. indicative of -the real Florida, of the Presbyterian church. .
j 1 ville The new line laid out would the immediate repairing of the portion Published A Symposium From Var- To the stranger who here would I ('ominahere from Avon Park last be' "' 11<'
'4 "be far better for Florida as a whole. of the wood-U-x brick plant re- iou. Editors: One Follows Below make his home Opportunity stretches I II May with a hope of regaining healthhe In, the ,
;, and would subject the autoists to c'critly destroyed by ftret.-Mr. Tucker Out her arms, and her jeweled leaves fully 'f'coveJlednd \thetnxtor : out of ..* 'Smatical.
'4 less inconvenience the same having made the assertion that the Several South Florida editors were fingers' clasp a greeting as her is loud in his praise of what : . ..
'J. time it would display to \the visitors plant would be put In shape for the asked to tell, for the Christmas Edi- invite to remain' those who have eyes im- this locality has done for him. ;Other "vor' the 1and
t a much better showing of the variations manufacture of brick within .six tion of The Times, "Why South frttlne and vision and brain. and members of his family-Mrs. Land- paving>> .-' '
of the state and would make weeks. As Mr. Tucker is out of the Florida is the best territory of equal bVawn. There in room-.find yet more er, Mrs. Allen and Mrs Went-will wiring: ..*.! ..
)l'' the trip far moro enjoyable.! ,city no verification of his plans have area in the United States." I room-and there is Hope crowned remain here and occupy the home ,mnts ; .
',' Automobiliits from all northern been secured. Of course, every one of them I with Higher Hope. bought at 310 Church street unt.U other*' \-
.. noints who hav entered' Florida by might have taken his powerful quillin I Those who have given time to 'late in the spring.PLEASED Inir the e-
both the Waycrons and the Vnldosta hand send merely written "Whybecause".it caleful inspection of various areas -- -- '. \
:. routes declare the latter to be far KISSIMMEE VISITS Is," but even the editorial over the entire United States find taxable if
:, the letter; and now that work is being previty had to succumb to the charm everywhere some excellent features. TOURISTS only ,s
done on the highways along the of South Florida and its ability to Those, all patriotic Americans, who :
I latter route it would 'be an easy FAIR INDIALANTIC lead almost anybody into rhapsodies, have viewed the many counties from ,
". matter to divert the line of travel including even poetry.Of 'la financial a home-making, a beau- SEEK QUARTERS hut the ) \ -*' ..
from the WavcroH line. For ten course everybody in South I'Ity-loving standpoint declare that no- en,- a
years the rod between Waycross AND ENDORSED IT Florida knows that South Florida in I where has been found a spot where S vote
\. -& and Jacksonville. has been a .source I the best territory of equal area in1the | attractions have been greater and PRETTY KISSIMMEE I.. that -.
of annovance to travelers. Large United States but there's a new repcllant features fewer. that ..
... aim of money have been'expended Local Men Find Indialantic-By-The-I pleasure in reading what some of Only the top of the layer of the I I the *l ls
that road-or claimed to have the leading editors of the district I Those n
1. upon possibilities! of South Florida has Demands For Apartment Ar. la Excess
been .unent; subscriptions have been Sea Poiseisiaf More Advaotafct give as their reason for thinking so. been stirred. I onLy in ; '9I
S forwarded from point alon the Than Claimed bj The Promoter I Much interest will be found in a'perusal The enthusiast will say: "See the of The Visible Supply: Home f the.,

east const to better the highway; of the opinions one of whichis wonderful thinirs we are doing! Crowded to Make koo. I-and, ,"I
vet the mute from Jacksonville to Upon invitation from the management herewith given: The man with vision says: "Thinkof I has "
"Wayrro has ever remained- hie-h- Ernest Kouwen-Hoven five To the Editor of the Times: South !j South Florida after we really Although every day brings new I has not ..
I I ,way horror. And the worst of II..> residents of Osceola county on Tues- Florida stands out vastly and distinctly -,have brought forth that which now people to Kissimmee and althoughit I council ,.
.f is that mont of the miserable, day made a trip to Melbourne-and dissimilar. to the section lyingto | lies dormant!" has appeared th..t all available "manner. -,
.... mileage is in Florida- Jn Duval and from there to the beach directly opposite the north-precisely as much as I The enthusiast will "RY: "I am rooms were occupied. there still appear -. ers h. <<; '
,: Naosau counties. I ', where Indialantic-By-The-Sea if another state were sandwiched in netting thousands of dollars as I am upon the streets new faces, andin willing < *
The new plan proposed as the is being developed;;' the entire object between the two, instead of there enjoying my life here!" many of the homes there are Additional -' soon as _'
I route par excellonre for entering I lot the trip being to learn if the as. being but an imaginary line-and 'TheyI quarters being arranged to turned ,, The with vision {
, k'. the state and !seeking counties adown i iso.rt.ions that have been made regard hardly that. A caivful comparison man a says: accommodate those who are ejp- en from ,
who would live still the better and St
Ii, the east co'hst is from Valdoita, 'ing that much-prulHed spot had been of the two sections will .show the I tremelv anxious to remain for a 'o 11 1
the millions dollars
Georgia to Madison Florida; thence in any way magnified. The party honors of excellence to be borne by happier when Pep'and may net Push of limited time.. -and,' perhaps till latein NEXT .' .,, -
S doing'leadwork 4
through Live Oak. Lake City, consisted of Mayor J. S. Cadel. Sec- the southern section and this is asserted !' are the coming spring. Sometime Bf \
with Perserverance andProgressiveness
'aineaville, Ocala. J..(-{>lIhurJr, Orlando retary J. D. Woodbeck, of the Cham- with no intention or desire to there are found those who, not per- youT"r. "11 SI
wheelers andCommon..n8P
_! Kissimmee. Saint Cloud. Melbourne her of Commerce end Pat Johnston speak ill of that portion of the north. Is as !" fectly satisfied with what was foundin I ( '
and to the lower portion of attorney for the board 'of county TV the visitor who has traveled:l driving this city move on to view other .f, ,
tbe state on the east roast; or, leaving commissioners 0 f Kissimmee, much Northern Florida possessesthe South Florida In the logical spot in localities; then, not finding better o'clock 7'
S..., out the .two ditit'n last-named, and W. H. Tunnicliffe. of Saint Cloud, general attributes of "Th which the young should live and en- arconfmodatlons or more agreetble. : ', slmme .,;
proceed direct from Klssimmeo tot viif-president of the Bank of Saint Southmerely as the adjoining joy his days South Florida is the surroundings they return here to ,I IJ -
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Hninos Cijv and tnke up anv of theexcellent I 'loud. A representative of The Ga- .states are reckoned: under that head. logical Kpot for him who, grown old take what can best be furnished. J!I \. I,
L highways lenrtine to the p.eUe accompanied the quartet. ,The balmy climate the dolicatrly- as thr: vaars may tell it, to discard Kisuimmee. it is acknowledged. 4:I. ." .. t"4'I' '
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j interior or to the coait r\lit&r\ I The famous bridge ',--..hlnafrom I scented blossoms, the brilliant-hued fastened fetters and again seek the those who have Investigated "otner ]r3.'ox, : ''t''
1 ": W. 8, Maxwell secretary of the :Melbourne to the dock at Indialantic, citrus products the low-hanging ways of the youth! portions of the state possesses' at .J' I""
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I'J MIami Motor Club. is urgent for the one and three-fourths miles in moon by night the life-givng: sun W, L. ("THORN") THORNDYKE. this time more satisfactory conditions 14.from al' ;;. 'st
adoption of this highway from Valdosta length was found in a great measure bv day-with its glorious draperiesof Editor The Kisl '\ to "all points in Florida" ev- I complete. Flooring is being laid a thousand tints at eventide 7ette, Kissimmee, Out-cola County, There has been noticed no element of 5. : '
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\'TA.. en though Jacksonville .should betterjf'f upon the eastern. approach at a rapid these all come to those who dwell his X Mark. mofitrerlng among the necessities of ,6. .
\' the road-to the northward. and NnsMI rate-the western approach being ,I.. ... . . . . . life-nor are those who have property 'i I '
should perfect its mile- I the needed draw is 7. S a. '
l ". county completed; and for sale increasing the valuations -
) age. Every county through which onroute to.the point. There is no RAISING TURKEYS WOULD as hs- been done in so. man,':I : :
,? -t it is 1'ned would bi a fniner bv hav- /doubt of the entire completion of 'localities. 'Kissimmee; is theonly ,
f,'M l . ing this route declared as not only the draw bridge .at the advertised BOOST ALL OSCEOLA FARMSExcellent nlace in the, state that:' I have seen I <*, :
1 if feasible but wholly practicable. Tile date.. Tuesday, February) 22, when it I' where property-owners and ,realty'I '
I IT latest road map allows good roads is proposed to, commemorate the dealers are not' striving to take extortionate S
i**;*0 O over the 'ntirii distance through event, by a gala .day-the programof Profit In Culture Even at t't;; ; of five times what is reportedfor nrices for tbe goods they I 'Ern .
jii, Kissimmee to all points on the west which will be made public later. Conservative Selling-Prices With the season just ended. Such a have to sell" said one business 'man for ? 'Iti
I' "oatlt-IInd the same conditions exists The completion of this bridge will condition in Osceola county would hailing from. a rortherti' city. **I. ' :: '''S
0; ' from KUsiminee to all east mark an epoch In the progress of A Never-Leaseniaf Dema.d I prove a nice source of income to the have been to (here' he named half- and ." "
'-. r roast points with the exception of a i Melbourne-to which the completionof producers-and would bring ready dozen or more localities' Florida)
; few miles between Saint Cloud and the perfect highway from Kis There is an opportunity in Osceola money back to those who would but things were held at so much Sort of '
.... Deer Park, and between. Deer Park simmee and Saint Cloud to Melbourne I county for "making good money" if : know full well how to distribute. it higher prices that it seemed unfair.I but ; ,'
,; and Melbourne. These spots are being will be a close second. if some. owners of tracts of land of to the greatest advantage. absolutely: know the profiteer was he .,

perfected at the present time- Indialantic is a wonderful propo- sufficient size for a range, would Other counties besides the one getting in his work to a degree that has ,., t# S
r"' and the entire route would be great- sition. Without question the entire take up the business of raising tur- mentioned have done well the past will harm those localities. In KIs-'Ichin' .". '
:f ly augmented in excellence: as soon oceanfront of the tract possesses. ahigher I keps for market; and even where season in producing and selling tur- slmmee and throughout. Osceola I ey '. -
s( as the' line should be adopted. elevation than any similar there is but small range the business keys. There is always a demand for county I find that prices are held at, seea -,S- ,
"-, 4*; Forrest. Lake, chairman of the tract of oceanfrontsge along the :may be made profitable if the raiser the birds; and those who produce conservative figures-with but very I hell'' i. : .
;:J( state road department. attended the Florida coast. Another point which will produce a fair proportion of the them realize, there is a good profitin few exceptions; and I'm sure also,,.,a /'l \ meeting at Cocoa and'111I known to be the visitors ascertained by a close I feed consumed. Unless, however, the the culture even where the "fin- hat within a year peonle who buy I_ : ,
it favorable to the creation of both the inspection! :. there is not on the entire farmer will go into the business systematically ished product" sells at a conserva- now will realize from thirty to fifty KI..lm" : > )*. .
, coast special road and bridge there Is needof and plan to his 1 -
. rust tract one spot where grow tive price. Undoubtedly next year's percent profiton everything. :"
i tw. ' 'district and the road from Valdosta a "fill" or of drainage-aa thereis feed-or a large share of Ittherewill prices will be lower than in the several Expressions like them' art being lucy they.. ; .; # :

l' 'f.!. to\Klsslmmee .and Melbourne. Mr. a natural slope all high ground, be found but little profit. years last passed; but such an heard upon alt aides,"and there Is,..a '"(.5
Maxwell declared thnt Mr. Lake "m" and so formed as to make it possible Miss Albina Smith county home undertaking should not lessen the general/: belief that they who are any a 'few' : .', \. -
.'retting' busy and is doing things. from of the tract to sight be talk will at 'east.' site and I : ""
r any portion agent will glad*to with any number of produces. The fact that wise buy thflr. '.' .
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;. S S.Ha J has placed a convict gang. near either' the ocean or Indian' river. Apparently one interested in the culture-as it there always will be a demand greater erect a medium-priced dwelling while ,, r ,
a BK* Lake City, another in Flagler county there .) 'ilI be no, "blanks" is one of her desires that this county than the supply should prove an conditions remain as they are. Arr. not r..n '";;jj "
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and a third south of' the Georgia among those why buy and build. Instances show. up well during the coming year incentive to those who understand ,age may be bought .even within the-jfnund _- "-7.
''tr' ,Ine. were cited of other ocean (fin this production. Turkey enthusiasts the culture; and the further fact that city limits at low rates-i-extremely ed :; *.'
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: Relative to the general road situation tracts where vast sums had been in several counties in this state the growers of small flocks and the ,low rates when conditions// elsewhere. th" '<.j.
4. in Florida. Mr. Maxwell: assert4t needed to pay for the fills of Immense have done so well that there shouldbe growers of large flocks have never abounding* are taken into .consideration n 4
e '. ed 'that it is Mr. Lake's policy, as size to make building-sites a great incentive in other courf- been known to sell at a loss should while throughout the bounty ,I neople Mr .>. '
outlined by Mr. Lake at Cocoa, to available and delete the insect- ties; and there are many farmwiveswho stimulate hundreds of farmers in land mav be secured at vrices which I line, of. ;; ... ,
.1 repair the highways tcmporaril" Until breeding spots; but there was noth- have helped to supply their own Osceola county to enter the business will enable the energetic man to I sort ; ., ''i-
K .. after the winter season and then ing of he sort found in this development : tables with the "national bird of upon a scale as large as conditions make from his first* rop nearly, if I and,a, ; ; i

.1 to build more substantial highways.)/ e freedom" at a cost which has been may justify. not entirely a sum sufficient._ pay. enough t,
'i i1 "He will keep the main roads In such Briefly told! the unanimous opinionof ,deemed inconsequential. Having done And no one should enter the line the purchase price. from : ,
I :'t a state of repair." Mr., Maxwell declared those of the party was that no this and having learned the rudi"'ments. of work with scrub stock. It may The' demand for home in +his eftv the* : ,
;t : "that visitors can come in mpre attractive spot could be found of caring for the poults and cost, and will cost a bit more to secure -and the demand which will surelybe Then v', "l)
1 l> and g<>* ouf of F'oriHn withotft leav-" for such an undertaking than the having "brought through" a few good stock as a base for the increased in large proportions in ( : , ', -i o"
ing a bad taste in their mouths. one inspected. And, with a good flocks of fine turkeys, there is ho flock; but once established the care seasons following-will justify the .,,, \ j.' )
S. Eirhty carloads of gravel are now highway from this county to Melbourne 'good reason why the business should ful breeder will see to it that the erection of a considerable number,.of, time'of ': : \0'': H'';i i"ommlt
!' I. in SIdings between Folkatone and such as will be pushed rapidly not be taken. up on a .larger scale stock is kept up without excess ex-. attractive little homes of modern } :,
iValdosta, Mr. Maxwell added ready to completion as soon as. tpeople and a considerable sum of money penditure-and the returns for the type; and the investor who becomes he was : */\"
j' to be spread on the Dixie HighwayS here become the more Interested cleared as a result. interested and carries out the idea .,
these two cities, and It. I.jl is better birds will repay .In large pro- \ : ,
?5' between in that development. Indialantic I In Suwtfnnee county more than frill not only make a good profit but amount di: ,'- , )
r' expected to have the gravel base will become a favorite spot for ten thousand dollars' worth of turkeys portions the added cost of the high will: confer a favor upon :the 'city.Kissimmee "TtNtN ; '
$ ready by April for the :asphalt .sura all this section of the country.With/. were shipped out at ThanksgIving grade stock.C. needs score of homes in refused \ l:* ''.A.p

face a fair sort of a car there will be i and through the holidays-In excess of the present 'number- and ; .';.,' P

K;* EXERCISES needed but from one hundred and :addition to all the homes in that locality L. Alvey, who baa been actingas each' residence erected meana'snore' .men *.'S. .. 4
CHRISTMAS to ''one hundred and fifty business for the1 merchants-a better
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which were supplied with the convict vuard in Manatee county entire 'I' F. I
e r- : PROVED MOST PLEASING minuter from the bungalow bare to delicacy; and up to this time the with a station at Parrish returned: tux-roll, more Improvementa for, Kis- thought. "' > ''' '''
.ft -- the beach there; and property values I business is but in its infancy. Thereare to Kissimmee in time to spend the simnxee, an' increase in all line of the : .F!r .

5C S A full house greeted the. children will'rapidly advance once couldbe the no extensive growers there-but holidays with his family-Mrs. Al- progress, and a more enthusiastic anyone ....". : :.,/
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J. I'. at the Christian church wlien the habit becomes and will general.be sjv'd regardingthis I there is bound to be during the coming vey having but recently arrived citizenry. _ ____ __ _ ___ ___' It.. there d __..'.-
aald. .,
Christmas Eve exercises were prom- year many who will come under home from a visit in Arkansas. Mr. me to' "
,ed-and the program was very enII splendid proposition; and thereis this head. Without doubt the shipments Alvey has returned to his duties at FORMER METHODIST PASTOR know : -' { ,
I % tertalning. Santa Class distributed every belief that hundreds of citi- of next season will reach a Parrish..' ARRIVES IN KISSIMMEE' tire \.;.' .,
of this city and county will become '
. S from the tree gifts for the intermediate cens of homes in that &.JnJtrwJ-rtu'unJrruJ-u-uJ-ru'nJrr.nrLnnJWJ'- - - . . - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . -- I'd ', : ...II.U. .
and lower grades, and th>re was .owners. promising .O 00009"OOOO"9 Rev. W II, Funk formerly oaitor .... In',,, f ,
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,). a cash onering-S-"WhiU Gifts"-forbenevolence of .the K ".lmmee' Methodlstl'rhQrchi with'a l. >,; }...' _ _
,' .' which amounted to $21. HUNTERS arrived. with hi. family on Wednesday bjess' : "". i. ""
t Ifla short time there will be a box OF .IIOWMANYPEOPLEKNOW1 planning to spend the,,-coming made ; :: ,,'" :.
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,,, 1 home in Atlanta. OFF ON PLEASURE TRIPA the nt
forwarded to children's. year among his friends here.. Mr. ; ... _
..' I Funk has been In'declining health Santa .. -1 _
r # congenial; plrty consisting. of 'and was; placed upon his own requeston .'... . __ _
- 4. F.KA. Stalker who, at one time,' Dr. William Osenbach. J. B. Williams That Osceola hat large and excellent 4 "poorfarm"capable the supernumerary hat at the .r*> about : ..,. : -"r _
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and conference.During -
: 'aajthe push, pep, payroll and T.R. Ramsey, 'pastorate 'j _
__ 'j Journal Dublinned in KUstnunee, 'and, Jack Sparling 'of Kissim :of .not only caring for all indigent but able under proper manage- here Mr. Funk purchased residence .. Mrs M. O. W'el1.' f4Inet't": \

'i,' l' vanie'.up from Sarasota to spend' mee lef\ 'urlv ?Thuredav morning in ment to make a profit for the county? in South Kiasimmee--and .this ..tree, 1* .ent.rtt 1ahUr )b. .t.J'lotb.t.J-Ij'i'<. o'\k' ." '
'* 4Christmas with the family of G. W. Me. Sparling's launch Buster for a } property, the family will now occupy.:. Mra.. Charlei' IUJtIl"l who.ZrecneI''IJ"! .' ; ..
working and (fishing\ trir>. f1' .. ''AlIna--C.IU"o. M'r,! :; "//I..
'i- itest.. Mr. Stalker Is now two-day hunting : nt8&11.
,. ''S? inthe Sarasota Times and has a They expect to ..chll..s far a* WHY. NOT mi YOUR NORTHERN[ FRIENDS ABOUT. IT? | The county commissioners ' ,' that r last' se'aion,allowed i5 f ... nd,. .. . Att'
home a abort distance out from Lake Kissimmea before returning regular, ,, pr throUl'h th..1.. ... ;; :
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7VfNCHBSrfiA v J 1 I ANXIOUS TO LEARN_ ; 'N.OW: W n itacln| .on- Co." : lupplb-i .... .11..0' .. 4 fXrnn, Petroleum Oorp., 1\11.1.111.1| 'It
I, TRIFLING DETAILS AOSTIN ABLE Chamber, of Commerce, donation 68..1'Kklnnrr Kn",'lne Cu.,' *"I{. P19JJL.
Chapter, ''Hou..e donation j* 6.011 Mach Hrna., hop work ?.,.-.
ABOUT KISSIMMEE M.Hni>y A warlow aU')'.. tree l.ddll.OUf J C Orlfrtn .whop wo.k.- 11.40
Tr Valor ..d Liaat Plasl $...Ior..... Valley UHSI-UK, prlntlnw __--iM JJ"VorlllliiKtun I
TO ENJOY TURKEY n A "Joiner. __ Co. -
nupprlnti-ndeiil 75,0(1 \ I'Onip
Thprcj are many', queer things that ; i ''V'-1': '<' aimlmuiit l Itt,,'.. Kervlnt, HI at Ion. supplies" 18.ft5
:
HUII% Johnnon : !:t..I : ::: auppllf., elO 611.61)<
of
_ come ojit the state of Indiana. IIIMKI Crouton A: Hchmldt. .
All sorts of oddities bothered' I lay J lruve.. ,?___._?__..,.? _., IO.lIe M wood .--.-____ 25..11.' !
. appear aa the Florida Man Never WithIndigestion' H'orB* OruH :.___. _-._ -.?._" no.oo H HOlIlTi, ),., work end Mu pll's.. VIII
'., I years ..pass-religiouspoetical, theatrical Men ( ebb ___n____ :_ _ RO.IIU W H MaklnsonCu.. "uppllo"--- J1UsvcolH ." .
.. ; and now,, it appears! that i Since, Taking Tanlac I W A llowvn ,.-_--.../. 7IUIO Haruwaro Cu.. auppllea ."". ( '1'
r there those who I I Miss K K Darhyaldre,, collector 76.00 -
come are
Y aa full of I "I honestly belt ioye Tanlac savedme MlM K 10 liy hlrp, refund 1'he'umatls"m, sprains,
relieve
oiicrics( as U a shad full of bones voucher ____. 61.il To ':
d'iTl I Tore l Iq one man writing from Riley ,from the operating' table," !said I r Kniuht & Nall. -rupPllen-__ 21.22 lame back, lumbago ,or pleurisy, Bal-
3s "i'Mtvs-ing his communication to J. James Austin, .a'well-known farmer ,I IMxIw Packing Co., suppllf-a I ::: 5.S1: lard's Snow Liniment Is a remedy of
i \V-d- |lof Jacksonville, Florida, 11. Jo'. D. No. 'III; Klt'Clrlo Co itupplli-H 11.89 merit. It l III very powerful .
l J Tucker who has received' considerable I J M Tull Ktihiier ('.... supp111.- ..6M proven
r publicity because of hl'll j|I the other day. Htardard O> Co.. oil ...... ,._. (HI,*S and penetrating Three sizes 80c .
-- liking/ up I the poultry business; and "A/bout a year ago my health be- I,Mine &: Mill Supply Co, nupplUXI,36 COc, and ?1.20 per bottle. Sold byRoberaon's ..
,{ thin Indianian seeks replies to './ anto break and for six months( Itolitrt Krltlel, Khun work 1.61/I / Pharmacy. -

( ; ,,. A"" reader; of'The Gazette; manyiuene : previous! to the time I got Tanlac I I Hotith t"lorlda'lrntiti1. : .'?: suppll.s__.Nt/-. -----.- 4M -
having the lime? lo lake the m-tt- was in a terrible run-down condition.
t up
ter 'lf eniirespondencc fan diffuse I I had no appetite and after meals +NitB*, OoOO.eOUR:+ .
murli. food propaganda byneruriite making I suffered' from sourness and intense
pains in the pit of my stomach, palpitation
answers to the cues/isnt/
.::1 Ihe iiian forwnid'' :! und shortness of breath, and .
I Here. an1 worm!' of the- matters re- 'i ill's could 'keep me feeling miserable "
loi Iwu.'_. No medicine I F could find
;
ndmir which the man (desires
l Scissors That Will in'i, I
fm'i.lu--lIr1'nnlCt'd' seemed to reach'my cam, and I keptKtttiiiK
n" briefly UK I '
worse until I had almost de-I F
possible:
: Cut a CobwebWON 1. How( nnnv do7en CRT' day |': culled an operation was my only I! THANKS !

finm V.'iO( White Leghorn of" Bnrnl'Uoikn ': hope. I
1)E1tFUlj4Y5erviccalleW'inchester miiv be expected ? j I IJ. "Hut) Tanlac helped me like it had'

? : . Whiil, ix the" co 1 Embroidery scissors of razor iM'tt, t per 101l.'I ? | ince taking four bottles!! I am in ;i ;

sharpnessforliliniostfaurics. Good stout liousc- 5. Mow much would I it cost a day splendid' health Why, I ate a big*,
1n k'..'n 7.ri<) l"n in tile lies! c I r hold scissors wlatcvcrcoU1csulong. Scissor dition ? And how much per head.on-I the "lixms" that KO with it, and nev-I

for everything! '1 I. .\1'(' !there) mtnv eliicKeim lost I,er felt a sign of indigestion. Myuppotlto I I
l.v; sukneSK ? Is 'sickness, the wh tediiirrhoeu. is splendid"and I can eat //a
See them here this weckCutleryW'eekalongwithother roup, or what ? ',.injlhmjr I want without it hurting I: -- 4

new Winchester Cutlery. In tIe window-oa I !Ji. What ire the be"t for Invinv mo a particle. Tanlac is going to be "j .

i the 'ouuh'r-ull displayed for your convenience ,- While; Ix'jrhoins. Rhode )l.slamlHe I my Tanlao standby from this. one" ;
is
I Ir ( sold in Kissimmeo by J.i i
Come iu today uud Sec us for better scissors I ; I'ould I ir.-t.<"mi "frond land fat, /. Koherson and Central, Drug Store .I I t
I fruit and vegtt411es' and poultry and in St. Cloud l l.y the St. Cloud I .

THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY Inl -in//! ? Pharmacy. I December 31. 19:0. .
I 1 Mow minv crates of cucumbersj.Miid I

KISSIMMEE ,peppeis ('MII I tn\-f\ t II n the acre '' THESE BILLS ALLOWED We desire lo thank our customers and thc
FLA. I K. I llow nmcli d.) I ihov pre in 1 IheIminkel ,
BY THE
fur each crate of cucumbeijftnd .. I CITY COUNCIL : public generally (for the generous/: shale of I Jf

each' crate of ? I x trade us since taking o\fr the Watei-
given
pepper i At. tI"- "recent of the
THE TV/MC/f$STE/l meeting
STORE I !n.l Is it, healthy be there in all Jun"11 the following, bills city allowed '.' & Carson Grocery Company o. Reteivcr and I I i
[Z____ -easnns'. N mat'ma or chills-an.l were -
9 l by that body and warrants trust than yqu will favor us with a continuance :
fever to be feaied ?
I were ordered diuwn upon the various '1. of the same.'e shall endl'\ol' to keep afresh +
1(1() Is. theie much sickness' ? I Or .
funds
had in settlement of the same supply of (lie best goods in stock. i
mosquitoes| or files, or poison Sfllltrlr. very
Everybody Who .Ii Anybody Advertises Their "Wanb" in The Valley GazettiGoodman ,r ''snakes ? .I'/ S, i'n'ili-1.I ,mil.\ 01 _ $ :.to. onI . :I: and at prices that are right. I' i
e 11] Is it v"ryoo,1/ climate-/pood. I 1' 'I \Ktfll nelshal.'.' IIIUIH.' | ::
for limn t troubles tuberculosis. iheumati I tIn IJUItK... puli| ,
/ .1 / Iir.|[ | I Hull, tll'.IHUII I ::1!iJ Mil., 1' are
..m, etc' ? .1, K :1110.: 11, clilk. mill 'cull. lor | 4.:, ( ?i i il. ( ollifiwue. unite
by note, ue
..:-:..:.<-:.-:-<-.x..:..:..:..:..:.<-x-->x..x.-x.----: : :..:..::. I would like to in the pouf'v : 1.\\ IK II II, all. ell> tilt"ot Ae.I I .Jl account or .f..
engage! II M "Iii, .ak'r. oenlhr.. ...uuetl I 120"l : 3' you lo come in and settle the same, or make 1. If'f
try-iaii-inp business if I could find l it ,t, 1'Iol .1. ""'1111...r nf. i ourii. 11 12...* and further, 3
out what the expense would be to I \ > Iilb; ) it. mi inliur. of totln.ll, ,I I IJnn. satisfactory arrangements/: ; save f
start with and about what I cuuUl .1 \\" 'I'h."np*"". "",,nihi-i, iimiifll )II"l costs and expense. '
i: make a year from 750() bens.I'lcase II M I K.IIX, , Illt'llllll I. llf .(4.1111(11,, 1 11'"III Xj
I. I NIsvliniiM' ". '1',-i.lii.iif < u ph.( ., I
& Woodall I answer these questions andKie ! ;: I me full information and I
I greatly I' .I" Tls.ltl. sit pI Kt \\ III' I I'.I"
.., ...- ...
ohligYour" holy .1 Ithib. It H.IVilll. d Ml Work '| | .I
iI I LY I Till. Kill." walk. 21 III' i By J. :'M Duncan. M.l 11 11 gt'r. If.f

'z''z'.: Rilev, Indiana. !Ii'1: :I 1111 U .- J.I'I"H."t:I ,:' : :;: | ;: t IJ.'l"ll'hon. 22"iI : I .
It' will he seen that the writer i is : 1
y I II I HOH I'.II I 111. I I."t 11,1'I Rl.ls.mi '2"'" 1
5': apparently wedded In "7":>0 hens" I. l.uplir |M\i ..ll F II l lI'lilNiin r.-"I
I Y. iof whatever may bo the best paying ,, K.iiliirr. nut, rlsl. inoiu j 15 ou" f I
The New variety; and if there should he any MINNlliln.i. Smith, f..i t iimiiiiinlt .. 'i
GroceryNext I \ l.lti len I.' l''
I reader of The (Gazette caring t<5 lake ',f.iiitfii iiiu1 donntloll ton .... 1 .. _.1 ;
up" correspondence and perhaps bring/ .1 I M liai.lMir.I, "I" 6.1 I pnliii. I '
1'z
{. I' /rl.1h.. I anil, =Ni.\ ."1.:1: ::11; 1 ::
to Chamber of CommerceOUR a good man to Kissimmee Ihe original Vinl.I "" ,1\ i r. liahuic. MCHV.IIUIIM 22 Sri ..
'z''z': of this letter may I be, easily obtained K.ilr Vona. nifl i'Min: ''ll'...' 1 .n Y ri.
iinil the proper I tidings Rent foith. I i I 1f .lii\. ,II'. tmili fi-i.,1 -."
: l.ilnf. I .I'rnthcr" RIM F M 22'
These ale some of the queries that I i.
.1 It Ollbi'tt. KtamiH|' etc x12' i.z
'z': ] 1 I'."moll 1'iitiilil. ...it.\ I-IIU.M 7"0. Slit' ,.
I triflelike .1"I I:SIIii n, *lniuniK.i wan 1p" 2. uS
MOTTO t I .I 11' i.iKltu.; *hopv. .n ,K, Ht tip, ;22SI
: \\nrdmn intelligent data. I I I M I. liii; ,i.li, ..I"". I?-. ilo..1 K 't'! .." | Waters & Carson Grocery Company
X: .1. Wade Tu"k11". Ion busy. to I \' ..11.'\. I't7i-tti'! '. iHlnllnu" In "'101 i 'I
I PRICES THE FAIREST f make the suitable reply I I M .1 i'i.iu, ili, r. .'.in. I."I Iv untk .11 Sri
__ I.. is| II |1'1\' ,I", ti'lcfiHlii. '*! 711 1 "
i QUALITIES THE BEST t I Irregularity in the bowel mow"m"lIt "'II.oli II.uinmr, .,i c.'o Hiipj,,In. .. It:< .;.', .. S.; B. OWEN, Receiver ;;
i IMI t oi.i) i llntilMai./ t'" pp*' '' nf .1.
makes you feel uncomfortable I F TIM.in, I. .nlv. fin Htl'it 1 uolk 1 Is IMIf t-
Xr' and leads 10'a constipated habit I1. TiXlil d.h see. Iui: I |iolll, I. . .. th M.

i which is bad. Herbine, is the remedyyou .anil, f' ell I".H .., t It 1 unI ." t I.v .
I II. l-olili till u.C
poll.
need. It restores healthy regularity \ n It MllklllKIIM HI.IM l." 'Hlll.ll.1| | '.1 1\\ I..:..:--:- :..:--x-: .. ..:.. >. ..:--------.H--X.: : : : .>-:- :..:. .
... y Price iOc. Sold by Holier- VQIIIIU Tlniliill., ', iilllim .loi 01.| .. i k .''. mi (I Ii
1 'z'. son's [tPharmacy.k ** ,
.'' <..:--:.<..x..:.< :..x..:..:+>fr4 ;..>.:-< :(......>4"><:K+:-:-:-:-',.:-:-:..:..:-: -: :..:-><.. (..:..:-.:(..:..:..:-:-:..:-.:..:..:..:-:..:(..:--:-:..:..:-:..:..:" :< : : .
: OHIOANS TICKLED ---i.

Our Helen [Lawton Coffee is Here j x:;: OVER RECEIPT OF : ,;, '. :,' Y .

FLORIDA ORANGES, i J j'";: ". .'., ;:!'-/,1.',"", ,

M '" T. emembered ." /. ;' \} : ;t ";' :
1 .Dr. J. Rlcker severalof i, z : :,
X his friends in Ohio with boxes r"
of fruit from Kissimmee-and 19201921We I

It is the best on the t[I from one of those to whom a box .

I 'was shipped he received a letter of f.r
I: 'th nks. "It is with pleasure we :r:
:' write you today" laid a letter fromL.
i ) f
.market
today. Try one can. r' M. Hohn, of Newtnwn, "and hope
our good wishes will find you in
''health and enjoying your stay in
the 'Sunny South.: When I went to
the express office to claim a pack-
age I found that box of Florida oranges -

: and told the family that it

j was just like' you to send them. are nearing the close of another year. In
When I had the box home we were
Your Trade Will Be Appreciated all IJte children; could hardlv wait
J<> to /pen the box propWly-for we that time we have served many patrons, most of

: ha
.. the house at one time. They came whom we have pleased e se we could not have
Ift Goodman & Woodall through in nice shape-and they
11* : were fine; and we wish to expressto
and have.W'e
.. you our sincere thanks for this grown prospered as we .
elegant fruit."
Proprietors

i \t, ., : NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE .: .charged Dr. Kicker with sending pleaded the!guilty box as of lay no claims to exceptional ability for '

Kissimmee Said he merely ,
: products

:BRO'ADWAY.x KISSIMMEE .. desired .to advertise the' -county.- I ourselves, but we do believe, that the prestige,


These Chamberlain's tablets are Tablets intended espe1 through the preference of the greater part of the I'f'

...oooo.OOOOt ooooo daily for indigestion and constipation. -

- - ---. They tone up the stomach and people of Central Florida, for this store as their I I'
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enable it to perform its functions\

naturally. They act gently: on the has that (
h r liver and bowels thereby restoringthe shopping headquarters( proven our )ualf -


. BAIT! condition.stomach When and bowels you feel to 1 a dull healthy, stu- +f ity Merchandise is right, our business methods

and constipated give them a

AST SXF PSTE trial.with their You effect.are certain to be pleusp.l**I r/: square and our principles sound and so it' !is on t _


CALlFORhTlANS- LEASED" r that basis alone we cordially invite your patron- t' l


WITH KISSIMMEE PROSPECTS. : : \ the coming if already a customer
-- -- age year, ; or a
KienrlT and
Captain A. T. his
UP'' moHpr.I..s.! . E. T. French! have, : trial if are not.
reached Kissinimee, and ale ICUl'at"of .z. you "Rr
their old-time frionJ*, !Mr and -

; [ASTE is the enemy of the automobilist Wasted !Mrs. S. C. Marker living in the .1.
'
southern portion of the city <-rj-! ..
I "u Ajpie and worry 'about repairs and guess work will thin French declares that l he is tired '.;' I -

At bring you to a decidedly big expenditure in the long of the active life I he has been leadinghe
N -- was in overseas workarid )believed i AVER Y PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
run. A car inspection by us about once a. month. will remove this I locality would
t that and .'' and his "mother far liclti-r\ than (
waste <
worry. :
formn, whete they hair peen\ .- 'ali'l :: IS OUR WISH TO YOUYOWELLDREW

pieg. Consequently it Is mo.st h 1 ,
t .
able) that he will xecure some ;' /

e venient location in Kmmmmei', builda .

home, rind become a permanent


I' citizen.Distress' after eating i iK due to )bad i 11 CO. '

digestion). Herbine helps the digestive
pro ess clears! the system ofimpuriticWand
restores a feeling of

vigor ana buoyancy of spirits. Price, : ORLANpOFLORIDA;: '
60c. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.The .
a C Where All Central Florida Shops
: ti [ E2xi L'
G f' : s s annual timber consumption !.n
Fiance i IDO board feet per capita, i e
> o* one-t h yd lea than thnt of Am rica. -
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SALE BEGINS A SALE WILL CONTINUE


8:30: A. N.JANUARY. SALE FOR

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MONDAY, 3 I 12 DAYS

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'; SALE BEGINS AT 8:30: MONDAY, JANUARY 3, AND LASTS FOR TWELVE DAYS


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HERE'S WHAT YOUR LOOKING FOR-REDUCED PRICES-EXTRAORDINARILY LOW PRICES-

HUNDREDS OF THE MOST. REMARKABLE BARGAINS-THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITIES FOR

BIG SAVINGS YOU'VE HAD IN YEARS.

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TUESDAY, SECOND DAY OF SALE! Prices smashed on Women's "Buster Brown" '
EXTRA SPECIAL WANT YOUR SHARE? 1
1000 Cards, black and white Dress Snaps, regular black brown and white silk hose. Have about .
lOc seller. We will sell them Tuesday for only 100 left close during this sale, at a."
pairs to out
Three ,
MONDAY FIRST DAY OF SALE pretty colors of Poplin, yard wide, for
, 500 yards Amoskeag- Dress Gingham. 32 inches 2 Cent a Card pair _--________________--___----______79c only 25c yard. a ;,'.
wide; former 75c yard; all you want while it I \
l II'A('\ lasts for _19c Amazing Price Reductions on NotionsMavis HURRY ;

Also 300 Tooth Brushes, 35c and 50c values, on Talcum, can --_____________________19c 3 Spools Coats ,Sewing Thread, this ale______25c f.
sale Monday at --lOC Moon Kiss Talc, can _____________________19eColgates. Bucilla' Crochet Thread, four colors spool____lOc GIGANTIC CLEARANCE SALE OF at"I:
/ Large Talc can _____u__________19cColgates. 3 Papers 5c Pins _____-----------__---___lOc "
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Small Talc can __________________9c Woodbury's Face Powder ___________!______20cWoodbury'f DRY GOODS S
6 Cakes Cashmere Bouquet___ ___Soap_ ___________5Se Soap ______________________20c J
Jap Rose, 3 Cakes _________.,____2Sc
.., 20 pretty Poplin Skirts, four colors -choose from... Palm' Olive Soap, 3 Cakes- ..__25c 3 Ten Cent Tablets. ,___...___________i___-_25e. Fine.black and blue.,,Serge, yard-..,..___.$I.so s .
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$6.00 and $7.00 values.; priced for this Tale. Nadine Face Powder -_.=:*-,..___*T<.<.-*..-*..__.40e 15c Shoe Polish ,.-,..._.,.?,_._?._-_-...10e 'Other Serges .._,_,__,,..---.---:.$1.00 and $1.25 ..
t n each -_-,________--$2.79 Mavis Face Powder _______..:________.....____40e lOc Shoe Polish, now-3 for____.____:t,____;}25c Fine Shepherd Plaid -.".,.-----_----?---75e "I
60 Voile nd Organdie Waists, former $2.00 values; LOOK! 48 WINDOW SHADES Outings--formerly '35c and 40c yard. now.'.__ZOe .'
sale, each 89c Apron Checks, yard ,. _... ___ ___lgc "
priced for quick ------- --- -- ;
Outing Gowns, made of heavy outing $2.25 value Regular $1.00 values; as many as you want while stock lasts for only______._______ 79c Each Fruit of the Loom, yard______________,______25c 1.I

; now- -$1.39 25-inch Bleached Muslin yard -----________lOc I '!It I If
Outing Underskirts to close out at, each______75c CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES 36-inch Bleached Muslin yard)------_____'__ISe. ",
Muslin Gowns _------___...-$1.39 and $1.48 $5,000 Stock of Shoe Slashed to $3,400. 36-inch Unbleached Muslia, yard____________10c t

Muslin Underskirts _________________..,____$1.25 Men's 18-inch Smoky Hide Boot___________--________________________,______ ____.___$ 9.75 36-inch Unbleached Muslin, yard__________.lk ...., ..
Envelope Chemise ________________89e and 98c Men's 18-inch Tan Boot--_________-_____________i.__________--___,_--______--________ 10.50Men's $-4 Sheeting, yard ..: ____.75e
4 16-inch Tan Boot________________________________________________________.:___ 9.75 -------------- --- ..
Pink Silk -Camisoles-------'- -- -__.-_----:=-.ge. __and 69cWOMEN'S Men's Tan Split Leather Shoes______________________________________________________ 2.89 36-inch Poplin, yard ____-_____._.---.-_ ..2Sc-';
--. Men's lid Work Shoes ___________________________________________________________ 2.98 36-inch Messaline, yard -------,-...--_______ II
Men's $8.50 Taa Work Shoes, now______________________=:__________________________-'_ 4.89Women's 10 yards Birdseye
HATSAll $3.75 Lace Oxfords, now_______________________________________.-..___________ Z8 --------------------__$2.00. q p
Women's $7.50 Pumps, now__________________________________________..,______________ ".'8 1.4 Reduction on all Gkndale TabU I Linea '" ,
$3.00 and $4.00 Hats to close out for____89c Women's $8.00 Lace Oxfords, now____________________________________---__________-_ 5.48 $3.00
75c and $1.00 Hats --.--19c ALL SHOES IN STORE ARE REDUCED Pepperell Sheets, this .ale! _?,_____$2.M,
Pillow Case. ------ '-.---___ ,___..:2Sc and SOc a''

THE GREATEST HOSIERY BARGAINSIN EXTRAORDINARY'' BARGAINS IN SUIT CASES OIL CLOTH .


YEARS MEN'S FURNISHINGS-ROCK BOTTOM PRICES-SKY HIGH VALUES 144 yards regular 60c and 65c grade, on sale j ...
for only yardSAVE _________'
"Buster Brown" Hose, -----
One lot women's silk pair ------------
375 Men'* Fine Dress Shirts-Her* i i. Your Chance to Save

79c $2.25 and $2.00 Shirts go on sale for-":---::. __________ _____________________________$1.50
One lot women's silk "Blister Brown" Hose, pair $2.50 and $.275 Shirts go on sale for_______,__________________________________________ 1.98 ON BOYS' CLOTlfS
98c 3.00 and $3.25 Shirts! go on sale for______--___________..._____'.___________-___________ 2.48
$3.50 and $3.75 Shirts go on sale for______,.._______________________________________- 258 $1.00 Union SUits .____SIC ..
One lot women's "Buster Brown" Silk Hose, were 4.00 and $4.25 Shirts go on sale for_____________________________________________:1'::__?_ 3.48 ---------*----.---- -
$2.50. now _--H-75 SILK $8.50 Shirts, this sale__________________________________________________________ 5.09 $1.25 Shirts, now ._-----------------.,-__-' ;
'I 1 t'-- Women's Lisle "Buster Brown"Hose, were ,85c. One lot Men's Percale Shirt, with collar, each SOc Headlight Overalls ______--______--____$2.48 One lot $1.00 Shirts, this sale, each_________48e F,
This sale for _45e Men's $2.25 Shirts, with collar____________$1.50 Blue Buckle Overall __________ _________$2.00 One lot Khaki Overalls for Boys this sale___48c ::1
Khaki Work Shirts --___________________$1.19 MenV Khaki Pants _____________________$1.69 Boy $2.50 Hat. _______
$1.95
One lot Women's Black Lisle Hose, to close out Men's Blue Work Shirts $1.25 and $1.50 values. ------:----------
pair _-2Sc This sale, each ____--__--________________89c Men* Dress Trouser Reduced 20%'"for 1>is Sale Boys' $1.50 Hat ------1------------___$..15 I. ,
tI Men's White Handkerchiefs, 288, for-each____5c Men's Tan Flannel Shifts, $6.00 value, now__$3.00

MEN'S GREY FLANNEL SHIRTSThis BUSTER BROWN HOSE I Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, pair_____69cMen's I Men's Balbriggan Drawers and Shirts, were
Sale _.___-$2.48 85c and 90c. NOW__________.-______48c 50c Value I now __________________________....0.1': '''i"'hi' :
Men's Leather Work Gloves $1.50 value, now 89c $2.25 value Winter Union Suits, this sale .
45c value, now _______.3c
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sr Big Redaction OB all Men' Hose $1.69 One lot Dress Suspenders on sale, per pair____39e 40c value. now ---------------___________'30c 't "J
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DO -:- NOT r:- MISS -:- YOUR -:- SHARE -:- OF -:- THESE -:- BARGAINS ,111;

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.i : Y GAZETTE *KISSIMMEE NEEDS 'O GE-JUICE -PLANT ....'u ; .40 0 O OH-U OO'4000to ot .O'OOOOOOO" O"
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Published STEPS should be taken.to, .ure (fox' this city one' oft( the 'subsidiary:
I I Etery Friday ,, plants of the Moncrief ;juice-extracting'corporation.'of' which the'' head -
By Kitiimnec Valley Guttle Company, Kiiiimmec, FloridaW. I fice i.. in Jacksonville. 'Until citrus ,growers t take'some steps to Happy' New Year"I

B. Harris, Preaideat' .5. C; Vans Ape, Secretary .< their products the real profit 'of ''the industry will not be apparent; .

_ t W. L Thornjyke, Editor _. it well-known that 'at lie present time in Florida there i i. fully 'as and r ,4
fruit wasted at is.i marketed. Much of this product i is more than .
Subscription' Rales: -because in cases there is attached the labor of
One Copy, One Year____w____,__________________'_______.___._____,-2-2 ing the many ah expense to
One Copy, Six Months.:..._______________________________..'_______ 1.00 away condemned fruit' and' "dumping" it in lake or. waterway Most-Prosperous "
One Copy, Three sMonthe..___._______...._____'--__...__.-...__ _______ .60 gully. ) '
I J. T. I Moncrief i ill the-,inventor of a machine for extracting the
has followed
great success the carrying out of Your
Iw ,All communications .xerr>t > front' our nuthorlcvd corrmpond. must b.signed "' his plans. His is the first machine lo be used in America for this; ,Lives"a.

I Rfjrct matter will: not by Ire the rrturnd writer unless. cnll.M for. --possibly the first machine in the world; for in Italy which L .
-- supposed to have the trade of the entire world, these oils are secured
i r--;; .;'" Ad..rtl.1n8 R'-t.ti-;; ;: ;; ; ,) a crude manner by pressing by hand. Mr. Moncrief's machine is our wish for all
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lT!! -AMERICAN PR SS A SSOCIATlbN all these
essential oils--of much greater worth than the whole fruit- .
-- --- 1 selling as high as six dollars the ounce ; then the fruit is peeled, the

___'n. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31_ 1920 pressed out and bottled to L,e sold throughout the world, and the Customers and Friends.
turned over to the compost heap.
i LET'S BE I HAPPY: NOT SCRAPPY If there were in Osceola branch of this
county a concern a large \.-
: LET us make (the coming year chock full of happy 'cheer -scatter little ness could be established, and all waste fruit made to bring good t_
I '; I bits of flowers 'long the it's really not expensive to make' all life intensvie -
way ; to the grower. There is ah untold quantity of fruit wasted which,
I"' for sometime you'll be gone-- and gone to stay. And life will bef' well be used in the manufacture of jams, jellies, and marmalades ,
more cheerful to cut out the dour and dreadful- to not believe ill things the oil contained in the peel should not be extracted; and if a factory
f' I o often said; and live your life out fairly act straight and alway squarely be established upon a small plan at first ''he institution would in I
: LET YOUR TOMBSTONE TELL THE TRUTH WHEN YOU ARE nitude as the quality of the product might ju hfy. The person grow who Drug Store j

DEAD! be successful in installing a plant of some magnitude to get ready for
tl During nineteen-twenty-one nee! that' 'everything is done to improve year will bring back into this city and county a vast sum of money. \,' "1.
yourself, your county, and your city ; and if you.find a place where some will establish a payroll which will be of f material aid. 1 104 (
man lags in th' race encourage him with just a bit of pity In a thousand Broadway
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I different ways you can make some splendid days that might otherwise be KISSIMMEE A LAW-ABIDING COMMUNITY 41 PHONES Night 21 J ;
imply dimmed by dreadill; / the. cloudy days with brightnesstouchheavy ,

nights with lightness: LET YOUR TOMBSTONE TELL THE TRUTH DIFFICULT indeed, would it be to find a city in Florida' the size j A

WHEN YOU ARE DEAD I Ir Kissimmee where there was so'little lawlessness, and where people are ]I' ...:__:_:-oo-:__:_:_>< :----oo--- ->**<->->*
r =- near a unit in demeanor that stands well up to the one hundred
JOIN THE f GAZETTE'S "KEEP-STILL CLL'B" These facts are noted by the hundreds of tourists who come each t
by those who here but short . ..... .Hfr4 8-0" <"e>** *4-4****
are a time as they pass through; and
HERE is a scheme worth following -, and every newspaper in (he those who are permanent residents. It may be correctly stated that | .. I
stale should make a mental vow. only need of an officer about the city is merely for appearance' for
Because the .present governor has some especially clever ideas regarding residents are a class not usually found in cities of a few thousand '
free publicity ; lion. S. FLOYD
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Because the present governor has intimated that he desired to represent One of the noticeable features of the city is the lack of all j' .
Florida in congress at the lira opportunity ; Irons taken by the householder to keep strangers from makipg entry. I
Because the continual mention of his name no matter in what shapeit '.:.- doois in the city have no locks ; and half the remainder are
may be used brings about publicity, and gives opportunity for him' locked except from (force of habit accumulated by residents in other Groceries and j

"to come back: n other states. Yet notwithstanding this apparent carelessness of '"
Because in all probability the publicity he gained four years ago from partially safeguarding the homes there ISery seldom a depredation .' ,
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papers not in sympathy with him brought about his election to this state's ported seldom need for an arrest. The entire population of Kissimmee Fresh Meats ..
highest office; of a class above the ordinary and the winter residents remark at '' .
Because the steady and persistent refusal of the press throughout !intervals regarding the almost total absence of crimes of any nature. )
Florida to allow/ his name to appear in their columns would result di.<- I It may be that as the vagrant element shall come from other :;
i ast gusly' to his highest ambition; during the next few months there will be some change. It would .be 1 1I WE'RE WISHING YOU HERE
Because of these things and many more I if there was not. The southland beckons to those who reject j
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The Gazette proposes to bar from its columns in every shape, form. ; '0 labor at a fair wage-those who would refuse all overtures in the FULL CHRISTMAS CHEER

figure, and guise, from this time henceforth, the name of the present gov- making of a country that desires to again advance upon normal lines ; !i ( : ) ( : )
ernor of the slate ; promises that no word- either praiseworthy or condemnatory it may be that some of that element may wander this way and lake '
-shall be published regarding the man ; and urges that the same ages unlawful and illegal. But the general air' of Kissimmee is that j I pleasures of The Holiday Season be Yours-and
7. course shall be pursued by every legitimate publication in Florida.If reedom from acts which are other than fair and just.
I continue the Year!
every daily, semi-weekly, weekly, and monthly publication In the throughout
s tale will agree to this plan-and will hold to the promise-for one entire PERSISTENT ADVERTISING ALWAYS PAYS r

year at least; barring his name from the editorial columns, news columns, 176 302 Broadway
aDd sections of the periodicals devoted to "communications," during thai NOT: so many years ago that it has become ancient history there
entire period; the result will be that the political hopes and aspirations of sent out from Atlanta a drink that had an alluring name. It was first :
the present governor would be completely annihilated and there would be "at home." and found to take well at soda founts ; then a concern
i no more memory among high or I low<<; or rich or poor of the one-time state capitalized with fifty thousand dollars and a nation-wide: advertising I . . . . . .
bead paign commenced. From that day there has never been a moment ''
r A campaign of silence a period of muteness, one year of ignoration'' the concern failed to follow out some line of advertisingand; it has 'I ,
What could not be accomplished by such a "Keep-Still Club?" Instead of up and persistently carried out nearly every (form of pubhcitv-gainmg '
reciting any of the actions of the ex-governor in lines of business, of politic the mind could devise. Whether all of the schemes resulted well is a r

*, of preaching in place of recounting any of the trifling. notions which batable question : but it is certain that the use of printer's ink has '
might occur to him-in lieu of giving publicity to any of his accomplishments well for the corporation. Advertising-- and the cencern has been liberal
or failures-there would be .at silence regarding him as if he never its appropriations has brought about huge dividends; and these i Happy New Year
had been, which would have a deadening effect upon his aspirations. to the stockholders were never depreciated even during the war 11"A!I <
There would certain! be- a higher tone in every publication if the press Today that concern stands as worth $6,572.627. with a surplus of' '
would agree to this mode of procedure. The vituperative utterances whichare three million dollars; there is possibly not a town or village in the .
bound to be. published in any controversy wherein'' the present gubernatorial States where, ill product is not handled; and more people know of it
jester is concerned could be better used upon other and more important know the Lord's Prayer. And what .ha* been done in that one instance j I : i

matter; and every newspaper shop in the state would be able to 'being done in a smaller way by thousands of other concerns not yet i' To Everybody ,".
boast of a higher morale by the solid and stolid refusal to print the name ,cially able to enter so largely into the advertising field. Printers |
t of that man who has brought contumely upon the state by his impeluousity. judiciously and unsparingly used is the proper publicity--whether the '
'his stubbornness and his lack of business acumen. jest is a drink, a food, a garment, a municipality a county t tI
_4 How many will join with The Gazette in the formation spay the perpetuation I
of a "Keep-Still Club" regarding the present incumbent ? How EVERYTHING IS SELF-DEFENSE a

many will agree that beginning January I I. 1921. not one single, solitary
mention shall appear in the columns of their various publications barring. SPREADING with considerable force the, "self-defense" plea TO THANK EVERYBODY WHO HAS PATRONIZED ,
of course, a case of death-during the coming year? There will be nor to be getting all sections of Florida. A month ago a Psalm! Beach PAST
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necessity of any mention even when Cary A. Hardee is the leading figure jury found that Grace Howell murdered her husband in Miami in YEAR AND HOPE FOR A CONTINUANCE

: fense. This week a Saint Lucie county jury found that Fred Rowe ,! THE OLD SAYING IS: .....
ex-overnor dered William P. Buffin, at Stuart, in self-defense. And now comes ) I II
,magnifying the doings leading to his withdrawal to private life. People I petitioners who declare the state lo declare that J. J. Mendenhall m I GOES MONDAY SO GOES ALL THE WEEK!" '

Live had a surfeit of him, and his after-proceedings will be of less interest his sweetheart and her mother in self-defense. Then it only remains
l j '10\ the people of Florida than the present chief executive would have it the entire world to take from the clearing-house of crime the Hideous [
of the Hohenzollerns and declare the world's war and the associated the first day pf the New Year-Cash Only and Carry;

appear.Every newspaper should promptly join the "Keep-Still Club." ders were "rjilrt'-. ls. of self-defense-and we. and all the remainder of

world, will be in the seventh heaven of haloed happiness! j Flour, 24 pounds____________ _________$1.60
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LITTLE INTEREST IN SUMMER BASEBALL ----- 24 pounds -------------------n 1.55 '
NEW-FEATURED TENT SHOW J. W. Goodman-Senior
j :e.- SENSATIONSThe J. G. Buckles-Junior Steward.H. Flour, 24 pounds ----------____,_---n________ 1.55
**,LACK of financial support"will probably be the reason given inFlorida WITH STARTLING N. Bratton-Chaplain. Sugar, per pound -------------u____ .10

f all for a discontinuance baseball in nineteentwentyoneaccordingto big circus day which means J.Nathan L. Aldrich-Tiler Bryan-secretary, for ----- ----_______________________.__ 39
reports'among the more important league towns. The claim was put everybody's day in Kinsimmee this
I tap among the enthusiasts al the commencement of the past season that year will fall on Saturday, January As W. B.token Crawford of the-treasurer. pounds for --- -__--__--_____--________________ jj ./I.

f, "the came were not to be conducted for profit." and the considerable deficit 1, when the Great Barrett in Show will and J, Earle a Lupfer was esteem held by in Lard. No.8 ----u________________ |'40
its tent and
". at the close of the season proved the sincerity of that declaration.In performance pitch almost overwhelm pageant all member of the lodge, and of the Lard. No.4 ---------------___--_- _'__'_" 55

' + Daytona the deficit for the season was in excess of $10.000, and with its grand and glorious aggrega-I I cellent ing his work administration he had carried he on Lard. No.2 ---- ------ -----__ --_ __ .. .49
ad down the coast and in the interior as well there was the same cry-although tion of wild beasts, was -- -

1 not always in so large an amount. But in no case did the organization trians, acrobats, jugglers, hilarious and el ented, and an the elegant surprise' Past-Master's was ,
hosts of funny clowns, daring
make good and it is difficult make second time The
t always to a start a dashing jockeys and performing: Animals retiring official expressed '
with a heavy debt hanging over the project. The trouble in most cases not forgetting: "Frontier days," bent he could hill full i .1
( 'wa that' too high Wages were paid the players.-and the' public hardly a complete Wild West spectacle, introducing for the distinction thus conferredand I
,y liked to part with good money to see games that were "fixed" before"play many thrills, rough riders, There the event was a very happy' PRICE !
were numerous speeches CASH
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;t, ball"was called. It might be asserted that the "big league men"were and lasso trick throwing riding, rifle by cow experts boys, fancy and during the evening_-and the GROCERY t' :

s not the only ones to consent to have pre-settlements arranged; and cow girls who were reared in the membership was 'served a PHONE 141 422 :
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while those who "were on"made a lot of money by placing their bets saddle on the plains of the far west. by the incoming lodge officials. Cut of Town. Orders Given i
p ,, on the right side those who lost-and realized that the skinning process Space is inadequate to enumerate 'i I Prompt Attention ;tl I{
SOME COUNTY BALANCES QUICK SALES AND SMALL
done without chloroforming--began the many arenic and especially sensational PROFITS 1
y. wa to grow a bit apathetic over the ; I1
national features which will be seen SHOWN ON DECEMBER ..
great game. under the mammoth Water-proof I
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Jt would appear that there has been lost a great deal of interest inFlorida tents, and performed in one big ring, i These are the balances in the - -
r baseball since the days of the home-club made up of the home- where all can enjoy it all without ious funds shown by the county i
S boy There has been too much commercialism entering what should be getting cross-eyed. Don't miss the pository, report on the first day by W. M. Tur- !I right. I get th'rl'e good eat! every I
Free open air exhibition on the I December: I Ohio, as Pansy :, day-and sleep in the blankets I \
clean and until there '
'' sport shall have been restored full confidence andS grounds at 1 and 7 p. m. Big show. General I revenue _ _ _ __ _h$ Center, Ohio, and i I carry along; and am having the
S belief in square playing it is probable there will continue to lack that performances start at 2 and 8 p. Road and bridge .. - __ u identity. Miss .Aul- time of my young life."
interest which will make the sport self-sustaining. rain or shine.PASTMASTER'S. llard* urface road _ _ _ 671. of the late K. e
..... Fine amt forfeiture u____ town, and has been Melville's1 Comedians ,
JEWEL some of hiking
Special publicity _j-------- years
WORRIES OF SEMINOLES NOW ENDED GIVEN RETIRING MASTER mJ' Fair fund ____ -_huoo United States garb A capacity house was well'l rewarded r-t :I
ORANGE BLOSSOM fi'k eradication ___n____ Her mother for the money it cost to see. "
F APPROXIMATELY twenty-one thousand have been, live in Milford Cen- "Where the River Shannon Flouts,"
aside ;
acres set asterritory There was a WOMAN HIKER TRAVELS I' know the where- as presented by Melville's Comediaas "
t over which the Seminoles may wander to their hearts'content, communication of Orange Blossom UNDER CATCHY until she pops in at their tent theatre on Twiggs
,, and they will be housed on the tract. The location is some thirty-five mile lodge on Mdjnday' enlllthe occasion a Jacksonville movie- street last night. If the Melville
from Fort Myers, and there will be a sufficient acreage of tillable land being the installation of the The Tampa Tribune tell of !I!I that shereaog-; troupe has anything better than the
foe them to become self-sustaining. The government will furnish teachers"k elective and appointive officers for "Nell Walker." a pedestrian of I I!I former Mrs. Walter fellow-towns-How- must play they be presented last night, it
for the' children--Chief Tony Tommy having agreed to that stipulation. ensuing year. The followingnamedwere recently reaching Tampa. The ,' in her talk to been extraordinary.selected for this Had the actors -
regularlyand] duly installed ceunt says, to quote the woman, ,, play alone,
sofa henceforth there will be need of the bet
intervention I
g no of any sect or Howard M. Katz-Worshipful some eighteen months in hurried out they could nothave done better ErP
creed Indian Agent, A. L Spencer is to have direct: charga..of the colon Master. her health gave out and ago she as quick as God ery person in the cast was well cos
ization cheme.-.and the government will see that no wrongs are done I W J. Steed-Senior Warden to"tramp" with a -view of ; I didn t care to be tumed and letter-perfect in the part.
, thc e natives who prefer'florida'to any location suggested ''', L__ L. Overstreetjr-Senior Deacon too. It happens, however, that real name or my My Heart, and i.i equally
/ AoIex/rIrQuiIlD--.lunior Deacon. appeal lIt. through its Irish wit
and
.1)I) she passed! through Kissimmee public. I'm all humor.Tampa Times i

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THE KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920 FIVK'

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WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! Mri. Angle' of thi City; FICTITIOUS STANDARDS Death of Mrs Ce.c...... COBURN'S COMPANY ES j '
w ITEMS Phone 112, Ross Graves 49-tf i extremely proud ,of the fact that .
OF A WEEK I FOUND IN THE CHURCH
de.rtbMra.; NEXT TUESDAY. EVENING
her
The new school board will meet granddaughter, Mra. Ell Witt, SAYS CHICAGO PASTOR The Walter F. -
and organize next'Tuesday, cleverly and bravely captured .a Coachman, 0 f Jacksonville, will Joe Coburn and his merry mlnis- a'

WOOD! 'WOOD! WOOD] Five-room house; ,12 bearing ,citrus her burglar home found at Tama hidden Monday In a closet after in Rev F., R. Miller.:: pastor of the .shock the many friends from all portions trel company arc booked at the Casino '

Phone 112 Ross Graves., 49-tf fruit trees; cheap ar(; {1750-including noon. Mr!. Witt held, up" theel- most fashionable Baptist, church in of the state, as there'''was .for Juesday ,evening Thisv U v
' : A, '"Gabe" White'.of furniture Quick possession. low of until officers Chicago, has resigned his pastorateand that she' said to be the best and most pretentious
"0* ;:Saint Colud,was arrivedpand a gun withdrawn from the ministry strong. hopes might" recover organization in
over twenty
Nelson *
visitor to' Kissimmee Realty Company completed the
a on Tuseday. cap -after considering the, matter, "for from the injuries suffered from the of the show's history. Fine t
years
.V;: G. C. filler. and ,family, of Loko- Born: 'On Christmas Day, to Mr. I ture. The and the entire affair is most unusual several years," he says. He has beena overturning of the automobile near singers, clean comedy and the best
," see, have been /guests this week of and Mra. Lewis O'Bryan. 123 South .police, of Tampa aregiving clergyman for twenty-two years Haines City. Mr. Coachman who in minstrel vaudeville, splendid dancers -,
'is.\, Mr. and, Mra. M. M. Miller. ,Clyde avenue, a daughter. credit for Mrs.her Witt a vast amount of "My views of life and doctrine have was at the wheel, together with other and plenty of' them, absurd

< Kissimmee schooU will resume I Mrs. Edward Hancock, of 110 prompt action. changed, and are changing," he said; occupants of the car, was unhurt character sketches, special scenery
studies on the coming Monday-followinjc ,South Beaumont avenue, has been One of the interesting ,vehicles and added: when the accident occurred, and with an excellent band and orchestra
t a holiday reeesa of two entertaining Mrs. 'P. W. Warren, of seen in Kissimmee this week haa "I have come to believe that the quickly removed the injured womanto make this company one of the strong
;' weeks. Lake Wales. been an automobile gospel l car from church imposes restrictions on a Lakeland, where specialists were favorites In its line. The rag jaw< ?

4' f Grove close to depot and brick Books Written up Balance Sheet, Ifarrlsburg, Pennsylvania.. It Is a minister that other wholesomely religious immediately summoned. Death resulted ballads, dancing novelties, and ensembles -,
road at bargain. Terms. Beat of Profit and Loss, and Income Tax returns huge .car, fitted for housekeeping In men do not have to contend on Friday are clean and snappy
reasons for selling Nelson Realty 0, P. Taw, 9 Orlando avenue. all ways, and has a rear platform with. There are standards of christianity
Company. .* 3-4t from which preaching is conducted. in the church that I believeare 04.0000 O OOOO..O 004000 OOOOO O O'OOOO'O'O"O"
The cost of the entire affair is saidto purely fictitious. I cannot bring
J Mr. and Mrs
J. M. Miller and chile
Mr. and Mrs
A. .
r' L. Allen of Toronto be $15,000. Preaching serviceswere myself to think that because a man
Canada, have arrived in Kis- dren. and Mrs. York, of Haincs City, .
conducted evening play cards, dances, and woes! to the
by
simmee for were Sunday guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. Tuesday
their
journ. regular winter so- M. M Miller, of Kissimipee. an evangelist and his wife, ,who, with theater he Is a pagan, and that if he Special Attraction
the chauffeur, are making a tour of docs not do any of these things he
b All kinds of Florida homes and in. Six-room modern house with some Florida. is a Christian.
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vestments; some good northern property furniture; immediate possession; 'extra I C. E. Putnam, of the Moody Bible "For some time past I have been
to for good property; $3150. Time on conscious' of
exchange Florida
: a toward
repugnance
Nelson prop.* part. Nelson Realty Company Institute, Chicago, is expected to ar- methods CASINO FRIDAY EVENINGMiss '
erty. Realty Company. I rive in Kissimmee tomorrow, and evangelistic and the purifl-
E. O. Steele, of Orlando and Mrs. Among! those spending Christmasout will Immediately commence a two-' cal standards the church. I have
Cora M. Hervalt, of Pine Castle! of t.he'city were Mr. and Mrs. weeks' session of bible readings illustrated found just as good Christians outsidethe ,
were married in KUsimmee, on Friday Jack Sparling-who ate Christmas by charts. These meetingswill church as inside." -

December 24. dinner at Orlando with the parentsof be held each afternoon and evening .
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There is to be an important meet- Mrs Sparling.Mr. at the Presbyterian church- Christian Church Anna Faulkner
ing of the Chamber of Commercethis and Mrs. C. R. Parsons and and the public is Invited to be pres-
? evening: at seven-thirty. Every two sons have arrived from Saline, ent at each of them. Mr. Putnam is, Rev. W. H. Coleman, Pastor.
citizen should attend. Michigan, on their first visit to reckoned as among the world's great 10:00 THE MOST NOTED DANCER IN ATLANTA SOCIETY CIRCLES
school.
: a m.-Sunday
Florida, and are making their homeat bible teachers :
and has arranged to
The latest of 11:00
report the tax col. 704 : "a. m.-ScHnon. -- -WILL APPEAR IN-
lector showed that receipts from Mabbettc street. speak at various cities in .Florida :.'\ --Sermon.A !
general licenses were $199.50, and Two and one-half acre tract close during the season welcome for everybody
--especially -
in; good: buildings with furnished I Oriental Russian and fancy Dances
$42.from poll taxes the aggregate was I house and equipment; Bargain. Let REVIVAL SERVICES TO strangers tf :

us show you. Nelson Realty Com- COMMENCE' ON SUNDAY i Took Well U Georgia ; ,I
Splendid 10-acre tract close iI
to city Faulkner-P
these dance
pany. I Miss tra a
limits; small house; well-fenced; Commencing revival work i Melville Comedians 'I
who
a on are play
well; five acres in cultivation; balance -I Nan:Mr.Hamilton and Mrs., all A. C.of Bean Hornell and New Mrs. Sunday evening at the First Baptist' ing here all this week in their mam- :i* with a distinct charm.

I pasture. ; $1.'IOO.: Nelson Realty; I York are so pleased with Kissimmee, church Rev. A. F Beddo, of Dallas, i ii moth tent theater, located in the
Company.All that they have concluded to remain. I Texas, will hold daily and evening rear of the city hall, are presenting / 1
are invited to attend the union :They have located 1 on the Saint Cloud services! for at least two weeks lie dome splendid plays. I These Presentations will be a delightful addition r
sunrise prayer-meeting to be held "Their ,perfoimance has )been large
Saturday morning at the Christian highway. THE EVANGELISTA. and Him popular company is deserving : to the feature filming of the celebrated artist,
hurc-h.' The meeting will be led by I I At the Christian church Sunday of high commendation. Each and
nt'R F. Hodnett. morning the theme of the discourse every play is well staged and is a ; EVA NOVAK IN
:,will l be "A Forward Look." The real i
production. The is
cast composed -
Big lake
grove property on pretty ;
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paid near $20,000)( this Will topic for the evening!!; sermon; at sev- of splendid and clever nrtists. !
year. I <
en-thirty, will be The Value of A Wanted Headquarters"friday
show you. Can deal direct with ow- Resolution." "The Call of the Wild" which was at
nero Price $Hr>,000. Teims. Nelson I' presented Tuesday night pleased a
.. Realty Company. I Fine little< farm close, to city on large and enthusiastic audience. The
| llixie Highway; rich fertile soil five story was beautiful and the ;
; comedy
... Leon but I Estey now, of formerly of where Kisiimniee he- loom house; good fence and ready interspersed throughout the play was 1 Evening, Dec. 31 at the Casino
Tampa
f holds ,, for crops Owned by non-resident greatly enjoyed. The characters were
,a responsible "position with n I who will sell on easy t.'ms..Ison well played )by each and every member -
large bip-bwlding linn, was married < .
1 i Realty Company of the cast.-Atlanta Journal. 00.
on1onday: lust to :'oli"KC'lIl1il'/
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There is to be a business meeting 1
Lind Hughes. -- - ------
I of the :\1others'-Teachl'rs' Association -
Splendid large lot, with five-room ,
on Friday, January 7. The
house and sleeping porch; bearing F BEDDO
i meeting' will be held at the Hart I
orange trees; close in;immediate possesaion I Memorial, and will commeoCt''promptly
; $2l: >:2Ji. Favorable terms. comes To KiPsimmee heralded as a
at three o'clock.
lOst interesting and enthusiastic
Nelson Realty Company
I| Forty acres on brick road; one and I' speaker and the people of Texas are
There will lie a meeting of the |three-fourth miles from city limits I I loud in their
; very praises for his t
Saint John's Guild :
next Tuesday- 120 acres cleared; all fenced' ; 20 acres ,, preaching.The :. -
1i rnoon at thrix'-thirty" nt l'ie homef GRANULATED SUGAR
pasture; good house-needs some evangelist will be accompanied I
of Mrs. Harry Meetcher, of
street corner pairs.. Bargain Easy payment 1'1 I by W. J. Work, who will have :
avenue Bryan -when and all South members Beaumont of the Nelson) Realty Company. charge: of the music. Himself a I a

guild are expected to be present Pr. J. T Ricker and party left on singer -of much renown-few better'
:Monday for points adown the east
Miss Mattie Belle Harris who has THE
SINGER
coast
-intending to visit :Miami for I

V i been home spending of her parents the holidays Mr and Ht|Mrs.the ,i West a day Palm-and Beach spend and another Palm day Beach in ,- --- ,._, ..,- _

W B. Harris, and has been ,
enjoyingmanv i i The travelers expert to return to t" C7 f
of the social gatherings, will return to Kissimmce either, u
today or
leave tomorrow to resume her school j tomorrow. 9 ry 4 POUND 2 -- C POUND

.., duties at Winter Haven.W. I Bear in mind that great' stock sale ,

K, Curry, of Cuiray &, Smith nt Pierce Polk county, when there
cigar manufacturers, of i will be some of the finest breedingsows
was in Kissimrncc on .orlllndo'l I I in the state offered the buying ,
look after his trade and I ublie. The date of this sale is
many friends Curry & Smith make :
I Monday January: Notice the an- i
such popular brands as "Lucerne I nounjement af the Highland Oaks. .
Circle," the "New Southand the Farm in another column. 1-3t r

; a "Sidman." I J. V. Burke, who has, played so 3 .V .

;, Edward Spufrow, of New York,I important a part in the politic' of No. .
2 Tomatoes 1 1c Per Can
has been the guest this week of J. J.'lorida-t'specially during a tensive W. J. WORK
,-',, Wade Tucker-and the' two haven period, some four years, ago-was in I ,
bee. spending most of the time hunt Kissimmee yesterday, enroute to, his are reputed to be inTexas-and the .,
ing. Mr. Sparrow's father was fora home in Jacksonville. Together with people of his home c'tWacopraise ,
long: time associated\ with J. J. Mrs. Burke he autoed through Win- j him highly-thoce who enjoy fine
Tucker in business affairs, and has ter Haven where they; spent Christmas I singing will highly appreciate his I 1

a considerable acquaintance in Kis- with their daughter, :Mrs. A, Ii. voice and ways. .
i
simmee and Oseeola county. Iseley--and stopped here for another )j A cordial invitation is extended HERE IT ISI! 1''
Miss Annie Faulkner, known in outing. |I the public to attend these meetings !
Atlanta as a most clever and able For doing business without a li- ,which will commence Sunday even 4 4H
dancer, is the guest of Mrs. Rogero, ..ense Sam Reed was fined in the ing at seven-thirty. The hour for the ,
and greatly enjoying her visit to municipal court Wednesday morning day-time meetings will be announced
Kiscimniee. Miss Faulkner has been I a sum double the license fee-$10.50. 'from the pulpit. These workers are -
induced to give an exhibition of her James Burkett. on the same charge j I((Under the auspices of the Board of H ;
entertaining work on Friday evening shared the same fate-to which was Home Missions. Deal No. 1 '

I\t the C'a"ino-and has made several added an extra $10 and cost or fifteen _
engagements in other Florida cities days in jail for violation of the MAMMOTH SALE BEGINSAT ,'/ -

to appear before select audiences.The traffic ordinance. G, L. Scott, for THE STORY STOREThe .9
Highland Oaks Farm In Polk violating the traffic ordinance, was 2 Ibs. Granulated Sugar at 2 1-2c .05 ,

county, at Pierce, is to have a sale find $10.50.R. huge twelve-day sale which is
commencing on Monday, January 3, L. Overstreet is butchering planned by Lyles V. Story will commence 2 Ibs. Fancy Whole Rice at I 1-2c '. .03
on Monday next, and, according ,
and some of I the high-grade brood some of as fine cattle as have been .
'
sews that have bee sired by the here for a considerable time, and has will to the published announcements, 1 No. 2 Tomatoes .01 :
champion boars of the country. The no trouble in disposing of them. present most tempting bargainsin can -

Highland Oaks stack has proved Many hogs, also, are being broughtto ment.every When department Mr Story in starts the 1 lb. .
winners wherever shown-and this market. Kirby Linear, of the he establish-I Special Blend Tea .80
carries
usually out
opportunity to means of improving jt \ ,-
secure Point, butchered a fine specimen on -
scald. To quote him "This sale will
qualities will .draw a large : f
" but the
Wednesday- needed help of '
be actually the biggest thing that Total .89
i number of patrons. 1 1.3t C. S. Acree and James Bronson to has taken place in Kissimmee bar -
)fr. and Mrs Frank Pierce and do it. The fellow dressed above the --
I have 'slashed
none. all in
son. Lawrence, of Perry, New York, four hundred mark-and was less all lines down to the lowest prices possible ,
have arrived in Kissimmee, and pro- than two vears old. All stock is and I have
point-- an idea the
pose to make their permanent home looking well.Kissimmee. ple will appreciate this sale ao much peo-

here-having leasthe Oakley during the coming week that it will about clear out the entire -
s grove one and one-half miles out of will not be lacking in the way of stock." Deal N '2
{)
: the city. Mr. Pierce is by trade! a entertainments. There will be a I .
painter. lie has spent some time in bible-readings, a revival at the Baptist STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTNOT
look'ng: ovethe state-and declares church, a tent-show even
! that of all points seen Kissimrmee ing, ministrels on Tuesday' every evening, KEEPING AGREEMENTThe 2 Ibs. Granulated Sugar ;1: 2 1-2c .05
to shdw the best.
appears up the moving-picture performance for KissimmeeSaint Cloud-Mel-

t ..' There seems to be a lack of care five evenings, a cooking demonstration bourne highway is still incomplete, l lb. Grits Meal .
I upon the part of drivers of autoa as Thursday evening-- and. doubt and there appears to be'confusion as or .01
, to the! rights and pleasures of oth- less, various other events not ret regards plans and promises betweenthe
1 ens, Sunday afternoon during the chronicled. There will be somethingfor commissioners of Osceola county I 1 lb. Whole Grain Rice -J) .03 .
; conrrt by the band there was a everyone; all that is needed is and the ,tate road department. The
, C''nt'nual passing of cars; during to make the suitable selection. latter is very anxious that Osceola I lb. Uncolored Japan Tea .80
"'
I .. fir" lumber an account was kept ands county come forward and -place in I :
i. ,is found that forty-six machines PUBLIC DEMONSTRATIONAT its hands the $15,000 promised; on ,

::4 v pi'* d. Broadway is a public thor- CHAMBER OF COMMERCEUnder the work; ajid the county declares I I Total .89
rMgl; fare-and people have the legal that when the state road a
i -;1' to use that highway; but many the management of Miss completes the highway .department.j .*
, 1. that regard for those who de- Albina Smith, home demonstrationagent the state nlans and specifications the
I to hear the music might cause there will be a public demonstration $15,000 will be forthcoming. The I
j to refrain from persistent in' the making of citrus pro county sniffs at the idea of separating -I I NEW YEAR GREETINGS

, J "'rig. ''ducts in the Chamber of Commerceon itself from that sum of money }
Thursday afternoon commencingat until the state has done just what
, three o'clock. At this time there it agreed to do; all it asks is (airplay -
4 I will be shown the making of mar. for its money. The county Is FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY H
malades and and the I
preserves, process very anxious to have 'the time come
3IDMAN" of making candied (or crystalised when the request can be legally< .
) peel, and it \is believed the entire made for the money-because then 'I
affair will be well-worth the atten- there will be a splendid cross-state '| COME AND CET IT ,
tion of every housewife. There will bie-hway, and the money will be paid '
CI it Havana Cigar be no charge for these instructions, with hood grace; but there will be 4
and the general public i is invited to no ri ka.J&k*<* in the way of paying: .
: attend It should be borne in mind nut the money before the work is'j,',
i, 10 cents each by the citizens of Osreola county done. The comissioners say it will 4'<
that the services of Miss Smith may he the' same as a cash end carry ZYhe TAYLOR SYSTEM '

FOR SALE AT be had whenever her program will business; the cash will be readv ,t ,
permit--and that these demonstrations when the road will "carry" well. It : '
are given with a view of impressing would seem that the best thing the KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD / HAINES CITY '
Raberson's Pharmacy .. the value of conserving in state road department can do i is to

every possible way. hurry and complete the road. 'I f i'
., to rI
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4 ; THE -tOUGH--; ti Beats,(Gasoline. '" at of There'. Dispatches moonshine Are Different say whiskey that''I Prices\\111'1'"$2000 found wo-th!and :LAMPS!! LAMPS! .r' LAMPS" !

TAPPING r
I 15 'tents a Gallon Does seized that by mean officials the near stuff Plant was.figured City. Electric Table Lamp from $4.00 to $10.00 '

Electric Washers, Electric Heater*
'I'y THORN at cost price to the maker Or the
price at which the revenue officialssell Electric Cooking Appliance _.-
r e I New Invention' Makes Ford ROB :34 it, or a lot of' it, to the !"go-be-, Electric' Fixture, Made in, Ki..immee '.'44,)
a000xx400 004000x000x How Very Careless Mile on Gallon of Gasoline and tweens?" Or merely what the ultl-! Flashlights'anll) Batteries *'

oi. I A New York women 'left her Start Easy in. Coldest Weather-. mate" consumer#. pay XT *for, it? Electric Wiring Supplies .
i. ONE THORNISM 4 :handbag containing. silver flask,
---' !(and jewelry to the value of a hundred Other Cars Show Proportionate Just A Trifle Ambiguous ' IN FACT-EVERYTHING ELECTRIC .
s> I'd' rather be the' receiver of 4t thousand dollars, in a public _Sayings Says the Lakeland Star:
t s> tokens given, with love and e*. 4t cab-and the police are still! lookingfor - e today to attend to business DIXIE ELECTRIC COMPANYPHONE
> teem than' to be able to grab Os the cab-drive. .I never did anything A new -iburetor which cuts down today, to attend 'to busienss.I .
> off a lot of coupons hat were: 0 quite that foolish-although I gasoline consumption of any motor sincerely trust that both kinds- 68 118 BROADWAY ,
7 O valuable only as a dollar-mark vO once locked my package of cigarets including' ; the Ford, end reduces of the venture to was graded. in my grip late at night after the -n.olme bills from one-third to one- will get along all r1lJtt? thank you; ,
I x 4 stores were all closed\ -and I Couldn't; half is the proud achievement of the and that whatever it Is, or was, or --- --- --"-' --- ---- --- -
0044000 0 + 0 04x40Ox find the keys' till after breakfast next Alr-Knclinn Carburetor Company. U going to he, will go over the top
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*. morning. Yassum.. 1292 Madison street, Daytona. Ohio with one loud whoop. Yassum.
Annie Where Art Thou l >ii # Thin. remarkable invention not only tIts; r rfi.uit
A fashion journal declares that on I Sure Know HowI Increase. the poWer' of all motors Th' Habit IR Catching A luscious
feminine apparel during the, coming wits in a store th' other evening from SO percent to dO percent but Some assertions are very easily J/V'
year "the waist line ia to be lowe.." to make a purchase, and when the crmblcspryone] to run slow on hiJrhJrear. explained. Heic's one. There<< are
i Well let 'em drop; but I'm prone to man gave me bark the several five It also. makes it easy to star! mare people in Kissimmee, and Os- JJ it.
oll"ert'that by no mean, shall I follow dollar and' tpn-dollar bills in change, n Fold, or any other cur in the coldest 1. ceola county who ore saying "Ya- flavorthat
that old adage: "Hew\ to the ho asked i it I wanted to know how weather without previously sum" than ever \before And sometimes -
t waistlet the slips full\ where they to "double my money '" I said no: warming" the motor. With it yon the habit ix'adies out One
may" Nossir. I I1 already knew how. Then I folded can miss .the very cheapest grade vf man of this city who sends each lingers
.iX: *! >)11 over' the- hills he |gave, jammed 'em gasoline, or half gasoline and half] week a copy of The Gazette; to his \
He Han The Habit data t' lilY purse, and went back to the kerosene, and .still (get more power' daughter! in Idaho told me that oho I to the end!
i Hub Fleming has the humorous / ...,. \\hen I next looked at my and 1 more mileage than you now get: frequently interpolated! her letters to ,
habit of sinking: his head through mimima I found thatery hill in from the highest test gasoline Mary him with a "Yassum." And then he t
I, + my office doorway every few days, the bunch was doubled. Easy enough, Ford owners Ray they now get as'I' grinned out: "Guess she's readingOld IVY ...
grinning, and ejaculating: "How's ,I too Yassum. high nx l" to 50 miles to a gallon ofg.isolmc. Thorn's stuff pretty reg'lar1"! 1 ,
t .
r Did Thorn? Don't know me today ff: it So sure are the manufucturcrs thank you.. "
} do you?" Some day I'm going to ,' No Wonder Editor's Nutty of the immense .saving their ... *I */ '
get real peeved with him and prove The Tarpon Springs leader tells. now carburetor will make that th..vnff.'r II\ Cif'tRIf'! PeevedI FLEERdIFLIJRIDA
that I'm as rood( as a governor I'm of U wt'ddlnwht're Miss Smaiagda to "tend it on :10 days' trial t to.every ; I don't mind having{; insults! pouredon
going to throw an inkwell at him. Giann,' kill, daughter of Mr. and cur owner As it can be put nt(+ once in a while-hut darned
Such an art may "he the making of Mrs. Nicholaos Jiannoskm, vas married on 01 ink..n'"ff in u few minutes li\ 'f it don't make me sore to have it
him." to Viihilios Tsalikis, with Rev anyone,. nil readers who want to tr\ I nibbed in. J"nnst: when the columns .
*! Seraphim Stchdes performing: theceremony. it should! send then names, address i of The Gazette are crowded
Then They Jet; "Near"Save I' The couple] is to make a and 1 ni'ikp of car to the nianuf.ictuici I suggest to the make-up man
an advertisement in the Bar- home on Hibiscus: sliest' but the at once. They "No want/ ]local I That, he leave out the most imonsequential 'I
tow Record: balance of the tory i is all\ Greek; to I agent to whom they offer ('x'e- ; things, und afterwards he FRUIT
A few ('hunt. ma* turkevsleft : me.Arter. ( writing up a tale of thatsort (iiin.illv tinge profits Write them I says to me, says he: "Left out three
at Weura You'llImve \ I today. (Advertisement.)
harry
it m no wonder the editor tells\ or four columns] of your 'Ihouglts'this
to huiry how he "g K's singing to his work, I week-that being th' most, II i HI CHEWING GUM U I
critters I I
I'll say you will. Those carrying| a beautiful rosebud which ill I'm Doing :My Best I IHII worthless] stuff we had in type'!" it 1011

spoil quickly after being. undreswdand a few' moments. he will present to \'< the Lake! Wales Highlander : makes me wonder why he had to all I _______ n__ __ __ _
their running gear ovei'hauled- I that last his -- --- - - --- - -
his favorite blonde girl: fl'i..nd i playfully 'I 1'1'' Valley Gazette has part of explanation
or hauled over' Hurry. folks] I II ip"inOw flagrant. dew from its Thorn to spill/ the Kis- Why warn t the first part of it Everybody Who u Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" in The tfalley Gazttte
ttt't: its :soft petals on her golden hair," -imnu>f> people 'up to their 'enough ? Why dig me any more? I
At Four-Thirty I'
Obsequies I is It ? That is putting' the soft- their ,duty
match
Percy lined a lighted I I pedal on the act of sprinkling a red All I cnn say regarding this matter '
To note if .there. .was. gasoline :: haired girl, don't you think I dew i is, that I'm going to keep on
''It I is little wonder that some editors II"urrinlt''hilp t the spurring is gooii,
handsome lad.
Once Percy was a
I are leaving home on aoount of mental - and 1 !Know the Kissnnnipe folks f'"
tioublex, !mire going to stay with n1('. I thank
Now he makes an awful stone I I :I is .:<
( t :t t 1: Iyou.
:* :1 XOKID
e Everybody Mad About It IJOFSIDNEYOSIfThere I ;
Over in Tarpon Springs a mad dog is blood, upon the moon \\ IS BEING: SCRAMBLED
r ,,3 killed fifty head of fine poultry in As resultant of the spi'ts\( There are some things
one yard In one night It was conceded 'Twixt .Joe Earmnn of the Post :Mighty hard to understandIn 6
I' thnt the canine was mad-hut And Hi77oner Sidney Catts this |WIt'| ol'] world]
his madness wasn't a circumstanceto Joe sa\K that Shotgun Sidney Je\\a meditate upon it ? f_ .
the madness of the owner of the lies. a silly point of view lust when some, clever cuss
slaughtered fowls Nonsir And because of his appointments Invents", a double-breasted scheme THE UNIVERSAL CAR
*" *" *. 'lib N. G. P. I). O To beat the gambling: games .
Milk-Mule-Mutilation governor spits cotton >..,The folks out in ChicagoGet
I'' In Raleigh, North Carolina to SwmiR Joe'll be on th' run a wiggle on 'pni a'
surprise the man who had been sur- !If he ever says. another word; And arrest all th' gamblers.
e r-pt>tiou$ly, milking one of his cows \nd then loads un his gun! They're getting so awful good
the animal-owner placed a string I am cuttingly interestedIn At every point where I'd figured ,
J young mule !in the cow's stall. Some- this. break between friends; I'd spend my vacation The Ford RunaboutA
time during the night when he heardan I felt th' thing was coming, That I calculate at this time
racket the owner hurried For I knew Joe Earman,
appalling I might's well stay at home. A
WONDERFUL; servant, for pleasure, and for business. And v.e hope now.
He found the mule, abstinate
to the barn. Who is an cuss, They he pruned: th' blossoms
appearing somewhat disgusted, a And is always resolved J From off the "Four Roses," with the factory increasing production, very shortly we will be able to make
badly-battered milkpail, a broken To (go th'.limit f'r a friend; From Imperial taken the "imp,"
stool and a hat also a hole in the He hates worse'n, anything And the "near" stuff you know, fairly prompt deliveries with Ford Runabouts. Anyway bring in your
side of the stable with splinters directed To admit he's been foozled Doesn't, have any "go"- t ,
outward. Everything pointedto 'When he happens to grab Just makes one feel like a simp ciders and we will see what we can do.
the disappearance of the owner of I Th' wrong Call by the tail. And then, following that move,
the hat. I I Then too, I've met Cattsi As a hungry young calf] .. Do not forget whenever_you think of Ford cars, to remember that in the
V *" *" And I've written about him
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Will traipse through high
grass dependable, thorough and satisfactory "Ford After-Service" that is expressed by ,
Poor. Sick Uttle Fish In a way that hurt Joe To meet UD with "ma," .
Says the Saint Petersburg Times: And made the governor hot; Who's hollerin' her fool head off, more than seven thousand dealers and fifteen thousand authorized Ford garages
D New Yorker gets healthy And I'm of the opinion Comes the old-maid yarn
f grouper That I'm about the only man To cut out all smoking scattered] all over the United States that there i i. one right near you, 'no matter" \ ,. .
And I wag wondering if there Who ever wrote ,him a letter Of the nicotfuous '
( commodity.The
were many of those '> grouper unhealthy I And received an apology aforesaid o. m.. hone.. where you live, and wherever' there i i. one 't there}, is, the ,assurance ,of reliable,\econorri-fe t ",
.
? And how do they distinguish his .royal nibship. .,'i'i" .' :' '! ,' .j ' ' 'k ',/IV"'"iM&TO'/ fet"ical
From And know deferred .
: ,, you "Hope > 'service. where '
and efficient Ford nothing but genuine" Ford-made s'
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parts
prompt
t, between the ill and the well And now the governor "Maketh the heart sad"_ "..
,ones,? Sadly peeVed at developmentsIs That if tobacco is deleted are used. '
*. *. *" going to use his gun Man will immediately seek .*

Alt That Th' Truth That double-barrelled weapon The point of least resistance;; Let us have your order as early .as possible, to be fair to yourself as well
'' Says the Melbourne Times: With whitn he boasts, yo know, After that it will be up
I, The man who owns the He once actually killed a man, To the performing clergyman as fair to us. '/,
moat property in a town is Is he ? And the antimated alimony.
not always the best booster. And Joe Earman will\ be "It. There seems to be no peace
Frequently he is the man This it.* becoming interesting.I'm For us attractive men!
who does the least in a material telling the whole world And now comes the I suggestionFor : I. P. TIMMONSAuthorized
4 way. He expects to That if Joe prints a letter which the foreign Reds
get his through unearned He once received from Sid- Are sending out propaganda
tl' increment. In other words, And follows up the article That there is no need '"
ford and Fordson Dealer
he "lets George do it," With his unexpurgated reply- For circulating the coin
a .That is one of the reasons why I Hf"1have\ to set the stuff In any way, shape, or form ;
'+ via'' opposed, as a general thing, to I In much smaller type Putting the matter plainly, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
some proposed bettering of a condition Than has been the customOr The Idea of those Russians-!
W in a city by taking one of those I the Post never'll hold it; Over where Emma Goldman-
"popular lIu lIcrlptlon.. In this latter I And in place of-a shotgunThe That female bol and bull-
'..case those who really, should pay I I, governor'll! use a gatling; Is! weeping and wailing
; 'f a share"'slrn. out of H under a dozen Instead of the state's head And wearing off her fingernailsIn .
yt' different aliases; whereas if the donation I i Being "Sid, The Shotgunner," scratching: for a living-
or the, appropriation be made t, The sobriquet wtlTsnift to Is set forth in circulars
1 by the i city--or ,the county, if the "Catts. The Cennonaderl"Uhhuh Declaring monev a non-necessity,
't object be of interest to so large a |I Yassum! And also! And asserting future generations
is I'm placing money on Joe; .
looality-r-each tax-payer my Will never see the use of it.
of.course, to 'dig pro 'oblilted//.He'Jl) win: a trial will show; I used to have strong beliefIn ,
;' stingy man;is delighted to Catts thinks with his gun fairy tales told me, .
r of the popular subscriptions passed He'1put\ Joe on the run- And I 'have since figured I. -
about .,.even, if it does keep I But that's not th' way It'1gol\ That Jack, The Giant-Killer V.
: him continually' hopping from one And I'm also of the opinion Was an active memberOf 'I ,
side of the,atreet..to the other while That Hiztoner. Catts the investigating committee '-- VC
+'', a "tag day will rive him an excuse to 1 Is worrying over conditions Looking up the shipping board: ' '
f have orb "0' them old-time spells ofInilewenxy" | Much more'n Joel! I But durn my hide

so he may remain at Yassum. If I can fully understandHow ''
7, home all the day. Yas-SUMI_ f thank you. i we're to get erlpng 'GRA'YSTO'"N'f'
THEATRE: : 'j
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ay. ,:" -; - Without a little rnazuma
To brighten up our being.
J Yet at the same momentI ,
A FEW GOOD FEATURES OF'mE notice my old-time friend, '',
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'KISSIMMEE
John Denuts Rockefeller.
Has given away to charityIn


HOTPOINTElectric Sixty And just-performed three one million common the dollars-oneration lump-sum.' ---- yRa; ONE NIGHT ONLY Tuesday, January '4 :

With lust as much calmness .
As I'd give 'hewinjt'-jt'um tr V
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;Iron To And How some if would there bright Johnny was-faced no donate money kid. . HEADED BY CHARLEY GANO


All that gasoline; mazuma? d"F
;} THUMB REST Which makes Ironing so very much easier That's what puzzles me. V -
-you can guide the iron without fatigue to your wrist.. And if there was no cash KING OF BLACK FACE COMEDY -
HINGED I PLUG Which prevents breaking of the cord Where would I get gasoline ?
f caused by constant bending when being used. And who would make it ? Ml ( J EAt Carl Cameron'sDENTON

5tf HOT P0.1-NT-As you know most heat is taken from the pointof Those And how redhot would bolshevists those Reds- I I Saxoland 1 Four f.

e. an iron because that is constantly being pushed up Get their stuff printed V
;' iato the Hence the hot point feature of And have their fool theories
damp goods. V I of Rare Orchestra AH
id' ; this iron. Scattered over the whole world ? i ; Soloists Ability -Symphony -- I"

i COOL HANDLE- Despite the high temperature reached by I F'r could one ask plum like solid questions week- a the Latest Jazz and Blues, With Many Novelties ? '

ti'(*., the ironing surface the handle of the Hot 'Point Iron But I'm not going to; V -V Introduced for the First Time by Mr" Coburn

remains cool always. No heat radiate upward. Yet here is one query:

,V Is Rockefeller being liberal THE SHOW .THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS
i SOLD BY Merely because he fears BIG

; That Entirely, money out Is of soon style to? be ',", PRICES $L50; $1.00 Plus War Ta* yN

;W. B. Makinson Co. Has h* been carefully reading '' BOOK STORE
All that Red propaganda stuff ? SEATS ,NQW ON SALE AT TRESS'
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And taken it to heart? -, ,
"SERVE-UPRIGHT" It looks at '"
J WE sure er-way
\ Yassum.
'Il!t tb I[ thank you.

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THE, KlSSftfMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY DECEMBER 31. 1920 Sgyt


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_ AFTER APPROVAL BY . _
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,COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS '

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A Bum, commissioner 4".la..I.. _- $' '..00 ''wt PAY
R: L 11 u\.r trel't. -6fnmlfielon 600
l.rueal. Mash' coiilmlHHlmier .. 4.0(1(
John Pnrtlo conimlxnlolii-r -'_._ 5.OH
J II HHU t J I., r>v T..irc..t. clerk ls auditor lltfiio
TOUTWINPT Pat JohMHton county Attorney, fill,COMlllnn
rii-clK.r. prosecutor ally (8.IS
T M Myrphy., county Judne._ 1&,011
L. II Ing-ram care of Jull...... IS CO TV n
J :H liana. janitor__._ 5."/' MORE
: Leo H, \\llnon.MulQtmnnre county HK nt_. 10000

A M TJ Clmuiiey .._ ._ SO.00
J 1J Owen _._' .._ Jo noJMm
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Jim 11o1'r'l _________ HI 041M
'.. Hliililiy, .__ ___.?___... 10tlOl'llIudn .
I 1o'I\.I'r ____ .____ '1(1 Oil
Tom Juhiinoii ? __ _:_.____ _- lootiMm ))
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BECAUSE Sirs MIX i Jam Tlillp; Tlonnpnoii INtitHiMI: - :_ .-.- .-_ .-.- 100Mm l0un:: For Smoke?

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INDIALANTICBYTHESEA P I It nii x (Hi
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It is the decision of the investigating committee: from Kis- OJ IM( VIII.:I lh.-1, i I"<4"1"".

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You read the description: of Itidiulantic: in last week's Gaz i ; 1.,1. ,. I K Ikn11dl I . "..'"1 1I '
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ette. Your committee snys we are too modest. I.. \ I I' ill n. ::1111.",
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Read what one of the men has to say : II I I.. \1wr11. Ii...iilinu' I"M..110.I 1 I'.'"
( I. 'I'In ,1.. i in,,il.HIU. I ballui: .I II ->': :">':":": :-:": : :-: X- ooO>oOO <-o I had the pleasure and was allowed the privilege Tuesday of seeing I....\ 1 H. noI
I J. It I' ''in''.'I. ". lu. ,1"1 I Lallui
and prospecting "Indialantic" by the sea. at Melbourne. Florida. This IK. \. i. 4.. .

elegant pot so short a distance from here should be termed "Kissimmee's! E: I II Ilslun4'I.I. "'. ". 1 10.11.. IIIII1M I 10"bates" :lll.l! \In. I IS.e'..

Indialantic By-The-Sea." I haeistted Palm Beach. Daytona St. Au-- < II A. .\\ I: I II..'" f". ."|.|.11... t: >
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IU! lIne Miami and other places on the seashore but Indialantic has theM .1. I. "r1Oil I . I. f1'I iu 1 It I 10 SI '.

mint! perfect beach of all. High bank all along the (frontage with a beaulifoKslopc I I. .>,..!.. A.., l I'l"\ I I..S,- .silpl'1l| | .. H ::1:1: I" I
II c' :V| If" "III ( a .lll'llll.II| | S 95 KISSIMMEEf
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( to the high tide. One can safely wade out as (far as one cares lMllll\, :and, ' MolUUI.' : |phl'I11g, DAY ONLY
l 1'l. Ii",ii I 61111I,HIM S to
to go without any under low making it perfectly safe bathing at all limet K iMilnim' 'I'rl.1 1 |phu0e.. I'o.. :..
The only drawback to this beautiful beach from our standpoint is tHe roaJ S,\\' ,it> l \ I llil I'Lr I I ,..11 t 11 10. t
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+o not being pa\ed in Kissimmee's corporate limits the nine-mile stretch between nrl, lMI.ll S 393! :I 'OS ,
c' 1 J. I I.h.: 1 '''''IIII".I''H. 'lr,(, 4_
Alligator Lake and Deer Park and from the county line to Melbourne M\I.| I:.. ( , ... <'.1 lithlv' I. II 151

By all means make a trip to Indialantic. You will then be a booMer \\ I' M 01<111""" C.i. iI.i.i. 11 in Saturday January 1 7
\'...11.:0"';: ''. I, (all: l.l\ 141.1).
(for the completion of this road order make nearby "Kissimmee ,
in f-lo a K II tli4etI.' illH:IllltV Ills" Ill 741 ,
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J. D. WOODBECK. |I'" I F I Jlc.\> | I". I lllHlllltX. JIM.' .0(1
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Secretary Chamber of Commerce 1';,bill, 11.. l 10! 1M.. Illi.l 1 Mil; 24 71
. THE GREAT BARRETT SHOW
Kissimmee. J (n; IIllItt..lI.. .pine llm I. < Hi HIll
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1" C' tr\! ;in', Nil ppll I). H J! M.
What better advertisement coujd: we ask for than such: opinions I'I1 I .. Hi nl 1111. (pool; I I:1: 111 rook" 4o miOH
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Iii II n this? St t'lciu.l 'Fit hune. supplies. __ 1 "'.
as | K I. lnU->.. rent ,_,,-,___?. oooy. MOST NOTED OF ALL EXHIBITIONS !]

i could ask than the \ HIIHK, trustee ---hr------. 8578.
What better : for unanimous .
proof you np-,, ''J 1. (orHtrpet, ,vt"'iiiitH, nn.l "I'X.
tin 'reirds, 6. innii1liBj..iUnk; '7Son
provnl of all the representative group; of men? I T,51 Ilitnk M"r..h of .Oaceola.'Counthahuice;' juAgeJuv4raurl.l.I, 1a,1I0

7* Our party was composed: of: J. S. Cadel. Mayor of Kissimmee on witness pay roll._____- SO"
I. II liikinm HI'rx ,tut at jail :, II.IIOI.

; .l. D. Woodbeck: Secretary: of Chamber of Commerce: Kissim- 1iM. 1 II 1 1'1""al11.I F.I''I'' (wII'"Jl""H.\IIUI HI mini 7(1:3'II I (',,Ml. ,. & : ,tMf .

mee ; Pat Johnston, Attorney for Board of County Commissioners, .II I. =II N Illlll 1 Fa"t U WIi Illl.",,KK MM ::1"'i! (.<". I .1rtti
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Kissimmee ; W. H. Tumiecliffe.: Vice: President Batik of St. Cloud, r,1IJi. i.iii' f,i. ,1111111. I ; rer y
I. II \In "iiiiti, f. til ..r pi IN..hi"IK 741 .
St. Cloud ; W. L. Thorndyke. Editor Valley Gazette, Kissimmee. 1 .J liilln' ,\iithonxXIIH,. | .M .. 911i "
I1I''I'll 1'ledi'1. i 'n l('lion ,f. :M"''
1.1 I. ( >i ,'rHll.it., ri Irate. of IIKIII'
Now While the Low Prices Prevail Il mil l...IK, . 2fo "0
Buy I.; \\' \8llloll .Mllpl | X |..... HlllllM" 1(1(1( .I II ,

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'1\\ H.I. Iontil"t IIok 60110
s tin Itiit Ion. i.onil. walk 6,110
INDIALANTIC SALES COMPANYSales .Mm, I'lilu.tl, 'potnto.H Ki It (7(; 2."idI
I'' I I.\ipl.l/| l Air I'rnthrr I .rpnms, :3'.e
dx' \Hhttin Idlll" !Leo. loud w'1( It <)O
I P..ni\ I I.." rand work Bs noi Ji_
.1 i I' llrlfllo.! n 1>,,11'" h ..._ x rn ;-
4 lumiplim. Supply. .. 1"'o. HiipplUx.... 5111,11 '
Managers: Kissimmee Salesmen : .1 I K $1114.IL'u'y 1 luinlicr _ I' 'idI
I .I 1 K Mnir.ltnrliitnlur a 7$
VERNON D. HAVENS R. P. WHITE I \\llt, ,IH Illlll (arx1111 HllpplllH.. H ( Rr
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I' llrxiiii <-o. mule\ raid\ 305 nxV 1 M
HENRY O. HART L E. GREENWOOD (" Mix mi Co. mule fend l 'MISPmll
MHCh Tim and oil -_ _ lfi 7'lIt
"_ E. G. PETTIBONE S lli xrt. mill r ed.n O 20
Mrs .I II,IIH. aril uriHxp :/1111
J \\" II Mnklnnon C". Hiipplli.. 2!K10I
H IlalH.li 11. psvrull, for Nor, 3.r (in
I'lillllpH urns KiipplliH A Tin
OKI.fnlit llarilxtitio, Co. supplies 211 HOjHlrani N I L
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} .i.i...In Ilnr.1 ware c ii.. Ruppllift. 3(144
stork penned up. \ I 0".11. lltirilxxnn. I..... supplies. 22" .t'.." c .l 1 1
Mr. Lindsay jsj Ahe also will give in \r U..... (:hull' road grade ion (KII a
the automobile owners thirty daysin I I lint .111 HIIHR. rand work Aft OilHoni
Kill That Cold With lutln work AI ((III
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which to pay the I licenses and get 3 K mnirrltiix I liniil"r 944411t'III
their tags from the secretary of \ 1.nnl.'r. roml wink. .- 1 ,n"Oxxen ,,.
state. On this subject the shenflf- I..."I'r. Minixnik 7s onslil
slLl'4 > IIr..""..". rend work IK no
elect said: Haul)' Nltn"' ..".. mill i w.iik" 21(111IHI ( 'j-
"Many automobile owners are running "Ix xininiruiH. r..nw"rk,\ 1200
their cars without license and Turk. HlniniotiK. mini work. 7S oo
this is against the law I 'to lark lI"rl"'r. nixl. work lion
am going
II (. lliihroik rand work Iff. =
,. CASCARA k QUININE clamp down the lid on this and will II Viir..II.IMK.. ... IMni. ,I'loil. .'n.. sup K'i! '.rllllim
arrest any driver of a car who has \\' ': I 11'.r6er. lumber. 1'' on. UL
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license \ %x I'rt. ti Phu.lallnn' ti .pnirn 1
1 4 no tag properly displayed MlH MII.Mj Smith, kltrh' ,'n rOR 'O AND There must bf-- a tag on the front ; I* Irnul.frsnn. work till vAl 4500 1 "f''' .'.-- .. _
Cold, Coughs ROM L Grippe| and also on the back of each car rat Tnhnnton. opt, UHI fxliil.ltto
Ill('km.tn'I 111. Ill' ir :
pleasure or commercial truck"Chief THE WORLD'S GREATEST:
"IfO]: B"..... 2 iimnthH, '' salary IG'M'O'
Neglected are Dangerous Lindsay said he intends to
Cold do his best to
put a stop to speeding -
fake no chanceL Keep this standard remedy bandy for the first an_:.. automobiles on the highways of A remedv that will penetrate isneresiary Bareback
in the treatment. of rheumatism Aerialists, riders Cowboys Cowgirls
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Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves. Pinellas county and will have a traf- \
Bnllnrd'H :Snow; Linimenternes
Grippe in 3 days-Excellent for Headache fie officer to go out on patrol and
arrest speeders. right through the flesh to the Broncos.: Something exciting: minute. ak
Quinine in this form does not affect th. bead-Cascara Im best Tonic )bone and relieves promptly. Three every

Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's. sizes' :30c. flOc. and $1.20 per bottli- '
GAZETTE ALWAYS GOOD
Sold by RoberKon's Pharmacy. .. 2 PERFORMANCES DAILY 2 AND 8 P. M.
ALL DRUGGILTS SELL IT BUT IS NOW BETTER ;

LIKES THE GAZETTE:
"Thorn" is putting a lot of
I pep
-4 ._ I into The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. RETAINS SUBSCRIPTIONWrites Free Exhibition the Grounds
T and this is saying much as The Ga- on "l1:
PjNEUAS SHERIFF nounced recently that this will be I zette has been considered one of the John S. Parley of Sharon
his policy and that he will do everything best Pennsylvania' : __
the
OFFICIAL weekly papers in state for
BUSY
TO BE
in his power to enforce the I years. However there Is always a "(lad about concluded to drop The DOORS OPEN ONE HOUR EARLIER

DURING COMING' YEAR "no-fence" law. He said regardingthis chance for improvement and( it never Gazette, but since this man Thorn .
law: takes Brother Thorndyke long to see has nut so much push and pep in itI '- - - \

jrt.t.: Every cow and calf and horse "I am going to Rive; the cattle the chance. He is a business getter still want it, and I am enclosing

:!l. .. und roaming: at large'' in Pinellasunty owners thjrty days in which to put along with his ability to make his another year's! subscription-and will W. B. CRAWFORD

: after February 1 will be im- their stock in suitable enclosures and newspaper a power for good in his drop something else. I own several ATTORNEYATLAWOffice 666 1si

\pounded and sold unless the pound after that I will round up every cow city.-Melbourne Times. tracts in your fine little city, and ,j

:fees are paid and Pinellas county is, or bull or calf that is found runningat know a number of people there; and 3 4 5 6 and 7 Osceola
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-1,'td be rid of the range cattle that large. I am going to test out The offspring of a union between the paper keeps me posted as to wiO break a Cold, FeTtr aid. Grippe

have done so'much damage in this this law by enforcing; it but I thinkit parents -of different races will pos what is doing." Bank Building. quicker* aiytkuf .e knew, pr*>r
i ''' .and other communities. ii only fair to give the owners of sess the. : worst characteristics of

? Sheriff-elect W. S. Lindsey an- the cattle a chance to get their both. Subscribe for The Valley Gazette. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Tenting paenmcaia.
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SIGHT ''THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31, 192 oJ
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WHAT THE PRESS-AND PUBLIC WHAT THE PRESS AND PUBLIC


1 THINK OF: MELVILLE'S. ... 'THINK. OF MELVILLE'S


COMEDIANS AND COMEDIANS AND ,,4)

PLAYS PLAYS '

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The World-Tent Theatre new play, MELVILLE'SCOMEDIANS Athens, Ga., July 30, 1920

"The Broken Heart. ," Is cleverly To the Public!

throughout, skillfully; constructed and The Melville Comedians played in

felitlously l fine performance. One of Athens for one week and It'ave'the

city with the good; wishes of eveiy J
the real events of the holiday season -
one who attended.The .

,' performances ..were (''''un.hif.'h.l'IRKI ,

e The American-"We Hat beneaththe and entertaining Hi" 6."

spell of a four act play "The pectfully,

Broken Heart,*" that ituluduii. comedy JUDGE GEORGE Iv. THOMAS.:
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drama, humor brilliancy !and Milledgeville\ Ca.; May 20, 1920.!

charm. It in an undeniable "UI''Sand lion Mayor: a

if you mis i it you will be I sorry," I i Melville Comedians Theatre is

New York World "Altogether $10,000.00 TENT THEATRE clean and! was enjoyed by our people
them liberally. Tin
"The Broken Hearts" i is the most who patronize
members of the show were affableand ,
pleasing' play of the 8eR"on--lhe audience -

., was enthusiastic" pleasant and made many friends:
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA here The tent was on the college

Evening World--.The play, "The grounds .
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Broken Hearts," makes a' strong \ M1I.LKR BELL.

human appeal Washington, June :SO, 11.W.! .,
Monday January 3 1921

American Tampa Times I'rities-Mr.-Hy! the Melville neon is to of Mayor Melville's Macon! Show: is first-class. Thepeople

the troupe BIO ".
be sincerely congratulated upon 1nowhlJ \ composing
red..emthe K. I can personally vouch for both
successfulfTort to
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i ( promise made at the opening( of show and those composing it.

t the handsome tent theatre that it BERT MELVILLE & CO.America's K. A. WIMIKITH.; Mayor.:

i should !hi' the home of comedy a Madison June ::1 t, !IH-'O!)

(genuine American comedy, dealing To )Mayor C'o\ington. (Ia.;

freshly, humorously, satirically and Melville Shows are good, moiiiland

pathetically with conditions of contemporaneous Best Dramatic Company Will Present High-Class Royally Plays. a credit to any city. 1 also lit .

<< inteiest and furnishing CHANGE OF PROGRAM EACH DAY tended this show at .MilledgevilleMA'S, '' .

( food for reflection a" well as f OK.C.nru'SMlle ,

amusement
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The Tribune-"We do not thinkwe ., MONDAY NIGHT WILL PRESENT"BROKEN The general public and mv-elf arc

would be likely to overestimate truly pleased with) your.how' ; up-to- .

the proper state of the "Broken) date end clfiin in e\erv r"prct.I

Hearts" One of the truly noteworthy HEARTS"FOUR W, A. Al'IMOUT, Mayota r

comedies by American au

thors." KIWANIS CLUB ENDORSES

MELVILLE'S COMEDIANS
Evening Hail "A line and ACT DRAMA '
purposeful
(IBy "J() EREY." O H Secretary
sturdy of (current domestic
Kiwanis Cluh I of Tampa Too bad nil
the theatre ill likely to
problems as "Show Folk-) are' not like Holt Melville -

house this win'h'r. and as well writ FIVE VAUDELILLE SPECIALTIES BETWEEN THE ACTS and, hipopular company who

ten and well acted a play as Broadway at present are playing to iiipacitybusineKS ,

is to Its performance
likely see. !
here; they deserve II. They
last night truly had an electrifying -
are presenting, lean up.lo-dlll|

effect" phi.vs. interspersed between l the act-- ,

The Tim.-"Thl', Broken! Hearts"is Admission 40c and 25c Including War Tax with Variety Vaudeville that" will.

please the most fastidious t Kiwanis
adroit, and !
clever interestingblesst'd -'
FREE One will is strong for Show Folks of Mr Mel:
by an exception spirit and intelligent Lady be Admitted with Each Adult Ticket Monday Night. FREE !
vllle'type, and Tampa should be. -
performance.
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f Proceedings of the School Board I ill"luliMK I \\. C lllllN MUSH,/u..him., "man thert \,\Itilimpi.H. It

PR BUCKMASTER l.nnl.1., andV 1 II Cod...lo Hlxn c' i P
: Yu".II, .county sup, ,,i'Inteiident nf pub
\ Ill' liiHt uetlun.'amid John S. (
Cudcl at-
Herewith Is printed the financial report of the bnartl of public! JHSIIUCtlon toinev for the board. I Among the Live Oaks I
for the month i-ndtnn. / November 31 : Hills were. approved and warrants,
Issued as follows:
:KISSIMMEE'S :PI4STCHIFIOHT] WARRANTS irmrrml School FusidP __ 0;
FUND RECEIPTS 188 UK 1) BALANCE K Yowell stipeilntendent. __ $15000

General\ ;school ___..________ 1 W C Haas M H P i---------- 4. $541.24. \ IZSOfl.SS $2429.72 79.12 W R I.anier./ M II P I:::::: .= 640V : '
OSTEOPATH 8. R l>. No.1______________ .
15.62 2.12 10.n 713R \ H Co.!win. !If.IJ P 1________ slot J
H. 1 n. No. 2______________ 337.52 .60 25.110 2 4.77 John S Cndel. attorney. __ 12.60PieRlMterlan desiring' a pleasant home _
K R I.l No. S_ . 759a>
26629! 62316A. '
1 church rent 12 5o
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE: 1'1. l I--------- 5 413 25110 .VimH \\' R I.anlrr wood 14 00 Six: Large Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry
S D.I No 6 "
2 17
2" I.I l 17
Smith C
MBKlblnn| Cueiit 15 (HI
/ ( "g Ceraer of Clyde Avenue I1 H >\'....dal!, janitor sch. 1 xn 1111'lIlIanl
I Paid warrants, were' pxapilmd and Rob-rt Reldel ('" lumh.r 'i :12 \\ JolniHoii, Jiinltor wch 1A fin (in.Iiilln Full Quarter Block in Ex-
r rxncell.asg> follow sienral J H HnirlH, haullliK HeiitH 7 .Ml ...
, and Emmett Street l'a\'I.I jnnltor .h 2n in nnMRM
'school
i | Ithea herlKo. office work l 15 (Ill'
S H n No 1 ]Iii 62 (.It of .St. loud (2
) nail inn) 22 fiSFli'dillck ,
.1 C Rialton." attendance offif.-r inn (inC
H S. II. No. 2_ 68 6.1 Ills. fu. BupplliH 45(1(1Kie ( cellent Residential Section
K Yowell. 3 mos Incidentals] Sn.on
H S I n.10.. 3 _ u 26629 >li-ll 11'1.l I Ills| Co. sippllrs| 11575F
in
;MIR A K Dennis sch 3. 75
S S U. No S----------- 25 WI C lira! Co |! _
suppl6| H 24 HIVatcrH _
u 1. I. Jordan sch 17- BO) on Where lies a charming lawn
Hill* were approved and warrantsiHBUfd \ and Carson supplies 118
Mix l.otlle Muff sch 9 760(1R
C K Yowell.RS follows.salary] : aupt.------ $150.onW 0 Stloud H Thrasher Tribune, wo"nl., :pub .mllluI.'._ 46 25 K Stenrnes, Sch 13- Inn 00Mica Carrying Live Oaks' and Oranges and Pecans .
CeithnVll1linnn. Kch 13. 7r nn
WOODOak _. _
( Hnss. M BPI -h 4110 nix months 1200
a ? \vH l.liol.T. M H l' I _ 5 40W \V II Muklnnon f'" supplUB 25 1 S\l\.Mt.i I' Hull seh 14 .h' nil (in .
R (InV
A Voder, tuning pianos 10
H ilodwln. M It I' I----- 6 on
W R MnkliiHon Co. RU >pll-B 26 21
J Sad. ,'l, attorney. h u u _- 1260Presbyterian .! M Cooper, labor ___hh| 375 R E Strarnes, !5., n.sch Mo.13----:a Feud u 250(1Miss ( Rpre Chance to Secure a Fine PropertyApply
church rent 12 50 O.reula: IlHrduarc Co. HUipll| 23 25 It,-ilhn'llllams, sch 13_ 10.nnOn
a Miss Alblna Smith, county am 75 isO St Cloud i Ttlbune, printing I 88.86HolllriKHWoi
r' Oak, Pine and Lihtwood, for Wuodiill.. janitor HI'h. 1 RO 00 .til & ( i-Hsfiiiil. blilldInx - the report that the canning. rlnbngrnt'r .
.till giving trouble.It
William Johnson Janitor sch 16 60.00 ; room school IK__ _ 170 SI car was
itOTt or fireplace.DcBrered Julia Davis. janitor sch 20. 1000 :: Chemical Co., siip plies504111 n woe ilerlded. to dispose of the ol Miss Rhca I'herlKo. ofnca work 15 00 : m.OIf.. Market, suppllv 155 and got 1nO'"" oni On motionof
W It Ooilwin. .seconded by W. H.
James (1. Urutton. all. ofncrr. 1000(1
aajrwaer. i> tile city Iii pfer Ac 1 Tut her. repairs 9880
and
I.anier the chairman county superintendent -
Will Tyson transporting; pupil. 16000R 1 r Tlmmons, labor & suppll-) 1200)) .
_______ were appointed a committee "-
R Story trans pupils 611 00r.1
H. II. l>. !\o. 1 Ku...lW
Barber, trans. pupils.--- 11000 to dispose of the old car andsecure
C Edwards bal. on piano 95.00Valtcr
Emmett: Roliff : n new one for the avent
Smith, trans pupils150.00 \ Harris, pliimlilpK 676
Th.board decided to hold Its n..Jltm..tln'
: Mrs Kllrrle Overstreet transporting a. H. n. *.. 3: fB-id
pupils __ ___ 75.00 on Tuesday the fourth day
Mrs Cnrrle N FOR
- h Kdrls 10.00
QUICK ACTION TRY A "WANT
unun of .Innunrv. 1921. this being the day GAZETTE AD"
Phone 143 Mrs T"8Tn..*..nass trans pupils 238.00r.lsrl..1 R H Strarnes' 2500 ,
wblch school board wouldortranlKe
on the new
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Teache-rs Waters and Carnon _ __ __ .86 .
A H Fillers, principal, sch 1.. 286.89Miss Carson Farmer. Insurance 22,10 being\
:: : : .. __ _ There no further business, ---- -
Almena' Lehner. sch 1 15OOO C H Padgett - 5100 --- ---------- -- --
the board adjourned.Should
I. Miss Noble McL-ndon. sch 1- __ 125.00 t. a. n. NO. a F.ad .
Miss Lillie Shuman. scb 1------ 12600 W I Rarber _____ uu_ _ 1600
; Jr Miss. lone Hough Sch 1------- 12600 A. R. Yoder was appointed directorof Be QuarantinedMany
Miss Orsc-e Wlnn. sch 1-------- 12000 the Oaceola High School Orchestra.
CITYBEATJARKET Miss .Kdlth Miller sch 1.______ 12000 at a salary of $26 per month believe that
Mr. F C Bryan, sch 1-------- 9500 B. J. Hancock appeared before the physicians any
Miss Cleo WooldrldKO., sch 1 n *B.flfl board and stated. that there were one who has a bad cold should be Two Per Cent i
Miss Claude Harrison sch 1._ 0600E enough children In the Sullivan settlement completely isolated to prevent other Discounton :
J Rrlckson. sch 1---------- (6,00 to establish .. and
hool.
7 a s<
of the and
itr Miss Virginia Tiller sch 1____ 116.00 asked the hoard to take some actionIn members family associates -
; Miss KIII H. Milling, sch 1____ 9500 the matter The hoard 'Instructed from contracting the disease,
Mrs F C Edwards, sch 1------ 9600 hlrn." to I gat a petition from the patrons as colds are about as catching as
fit j Miss. Nancy Smith sch 1._____ 9600Miss anA,suhmtt It to the board at Its I
Cecilia Oxerstrvct. sch 1.9600 next meetingThe I measles. One thing sure- !tike sooner -
Fresh Meat and Mrs Ethel P Amen, sch 1------ 9500 board fixed the dale for closing I one rids himself of a cold the less
Miss Kdna Schwelkart.. .sch L 9500 the schools for the Christmas holidays the danger; and you will look a good
Miss: M lIfla nr-an. sen 1------- 9600 at 1J..mh..r 17. and the date for reopening while find better medicine ,
{.. before you a '
VegetablesPhone Miss Pal sch 1------ 9600Ml at January 8. Taxes
City
3'f'f us Medora\ Russell sch 1- 9500 The Peoples, Rank of Rt' Cloud beIng than Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
Miss Elon (lulco, sch 1-------- 9500 the onlv applicant. to be appointed edy to aid you in curing a cold. *
f Mrs Iris. O Schuok. sch 1------ 95.OO depository for the school funds of the
44 Miss Emma Yowell. sch 1 __ u 110 OO county, the hoard designated. said -
Miss. Myrtle Morgan sch 2 __ 8000 bank ns depository for nil the school LEGION ESTABLISHESA
Mrs A II Dennis, sch 3-------- 7600 funds of the county and fixed Its ,
Mrs. Klorrle Tverstrerl 1A days 6(1( no" bond at $20,000. RADIO DEPARTMENT
T Mrs. K n (Campbell sch 1----- 75 00 James Kiitttoo. attendance officer r
Mrs Carrie N Hdrlft. Bh 5_ __ 7600 stated. that( on a..o..u.'Iof the heavy Notice is
hereby
0T given that
Miss Marv I'herlico, sch 7-- 75.00 expense of keeplriK up his car, he Establishment a radio depart- on all taxes I
RUB MY TISM Mrs Lottie Huff, sch 9---- 75 OOfora would like for the bonnl to give him ment for receiving( wireless news and

R1. MissVllisa IpnldliiR.Mooney. sch I1--------sch 275.00 6000 an Inc to ream. give of him salary an Increase The board. of decided $26- keeping in touch with American Legion now due the city a discount of Two per cent ;

It K Strarnes. sen 13_ ____ 11'000 month to begin January 1. posts throughout Louisiana is
per
/ It a powerful Antueptie' and PiaidDer O 8 Thacker. ....h. 16.u_ 20000 The board. being Informed. that the announced in a recent issue of the will be allowed provided the
Mrs Laura Lei.h 18.___ __ __ 1211 00 Florida Kdueattonal Association would' Pelicannire the official of amounts due
Miss Ruth Sampson scb 18 ., 120.00Mr. newspaper
h cures infected cuts, old sores, meet In Tallahassee during the holidays the Louisiana department of the Le- "
Lila Atwood sch 14'-u_ 9500 derided to pay the expenses of shall be paid prior
Miss Mary Florence, srh 18. _ 9R no the principals of the Klsslmmee. and gion. Throup-h co-operaTTofi with to-Jatiuory 1, 1920.
letter etc. Relieves Sprains, Neuralgia Miss K"nlllcrlne, Shndonn. ...h 16 9500 Kt Clout! schools and also the county amateurs in towns in which there
? Mrs Frances Rchloh sch 16_ 9500 superintendent, and any members of Property will
owners aid the
Rheumatism. Miss Rosemary andlss.. sch 16 9500 the school board who desired to attend are Legion posts, a constant liaison city and r
t-: Mrs F.I!na RJoss, sch 1C .n 9500" the association.. ,' will be maintained between the Legion -
Mrs C A Halley ...h 16.- __. 9500 It having' been reported. to the and she local posts. benefit themselves by
Mrs Karl Cuwger .sch K...___ 10000 board that there wa. some controversy newspaper prompt payment
DR. R. J. DENNING 1 I.: Jordan, sch JO-_-___. 6000 ; over the use of the Bassvllle. Arrangements have already been
8 F Hadley. sch 20.-:::: 7500 school house for religious purposes. made for this service from Shreve- and an early settlement is
k DENTIST IVarl Johnson sch 20_________ 6000 the board decided to notify the. trustees port. Opelouses and Franklinton to urged. 51-4
r 4 Theodosls. McKinney sch 2060.00 of the dlstrlet to close the build
Over the Postofflce. 1, fl Mitchell sch JO__________ 60.OO lag and not allow any meeting to beheld New Orleans where the Pelicanaire
OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11.10. 1.10 to I. Carson Farmer Insurance. _'_ ._ 25.en therein is published. By the use of this J. R. GILBERT
1 Ueae. Pho* 1'74- 1. K Knott. ,App. Co.. supplies__ 10.10A There being no further business. radio .service the press sheets of ,
H Fillers,
express A postage 2.00H the board adjourned to meet the
;, c" Office Phone 158 C Hartley. supplies ______n 87 SOW third day of December 1(20Klsslmmee news from all over the world sent City Clerk
-- - H Kempfer. supplies. 3886 out daily :Iron the Arlington station ,
'. W U Tel Co. telefrrams, A rent. 13 2Valley Florida will be received the Kissitnraee
by Legion or- '
If -.r btuineasi. !. not worth ad- Oasettv, prlntln-t____ 1625 December 23. 120. Florida.
-'ti i d it for aal in the K B Derbyshire, water __ n_. 6660Kla.tmmee The board of public Instruction met gan. The service is conducted by
...nI.sDc..d e .* J'
Telephone Co. __ n 286 In for the the United States navy for its bat-
3r II Gazette' want column, j C B Towell .. __ : nt.e: purposeof
jr I frelebt, etc. 312 paying salaries of all teachers tleships and stations. ..+.t"o.'o'o ,***.* o*oooooooooo.GGO OOGC

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Guardian of the 't>;.tat.- of Ada. Frank. ruary A. D. ut\; 't>Oi.rwlae the- .. .s oonf. ...... "
I John anSI Grace ,Het,. Minors, will on gallons of aald bill will be taken a ,
fl. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTSFOR I the 8th day ut January A. n 1021 oonfeoed by Aida defendant. this order!

apply to ho Honorable 't. M Iotul'ph"I. It I. further ".ordered, that thla or.b .....,k for tour
County Judira In and for said tier publlahed once a ik.. Klaalmmee
: Prentis & Thomas at hla office In Klaalmmve. In aald four COnsecutive weekl In The Kl: . publlah
FOR SALH-Iron $*feat aacrlfloe. 'J.B. County, at 10 o'clocK a. m., or as soon Immee Valley Oatette. a ...
._ Baaavtt. .!OJ' Mabbette. S-llx. thereafter .. the matter can-tie heard. publlahed. In said County and' Ktate, ..inber, J' O.
FOR SALE-Ten acres Brood citrus for authority to aril at -public or I Thla S7tn day of l>vc"mber:, ItiO' :
land;. clvarftd fenced and under FOR BALK-Ona Bmaraon Ty pa writer, private sale the followingdescribedreal (Ct, Ct. Bual) *T, .
plow. Five acres of thla I. In modal thre., vlalM' *} aa toed .. new. I estate. In laid County., to-wit: I J, I.. OVEflOTRISET Court
AUTO ,REPAIR SHOP grapefruit and oranflco tr....... betrln- Apply Valley ,Ouvtta. tf. The undivided FIVa-KlKnteenth Interval Clerk Circuit Court b
nliiK to ', fruit) choice location of aald"'minors III and ...'-I.ot KRlllns sTEEl). I-It
on kb road cloaa: to Klaitlmmee; FOR SAL10 OR THADB-Two B-ncra Four 44)) and the North Ton till) $Uullcltor for Complainant. l-5t

I Mil Ideal alto for a home; close to tracta, numbers 116 and 118. a.c- .I..t ot Lot Five (5). of' .ntock' One I ::IIITUII\I\ ,
and Storage a'atlon. church and ..chuol111 tlon it, township S4. range" 28, In (1)) of, B. A. noblnaon-a Ke\'lalon otlUiblnann I. 4 Irrnlf ( ...0'.. mate ..r ".rl4n.
bear close lnvt*.tlKatlon and will be cirnnfrtf county formerly part of nrothvra' Addition to Ihe ............... Jvdlcliil (.Irmlt/U_. '.m.'''' Jwdt-. ,t'i
old at a liftrKHln prlcn ai owner Wunner tract; also two town lot., town of Klaalmmec I City !Florida, accordIng ola 4'...'". la 4-knaeery. .f'V' .* .FI.Ylda.
S hua, other Interests which prevent numbvra 7 and H In block 86. In Orange to the Official 1'lata Mini and '
giving this the necenaary Center. Will trado for poultry recorded In .the Office of the Clerk of -- Addlo May Smith Complainant H. Caraon
care. Inquire properlY 1'/ dacette office. and a Jeraey heifer cnlf-ur sell |! the circuit Court of Orauirv County. va. '4 <*ei, IHatrlbui
BRING IN YOUR CARS for cash Apply !<, <>. Vholl, Wont i 1.'lorlda. Edwin 1\(. Smith Defendant having Claim
VIne alroet, Kiasimmee.MISCELLANEOUS.. :3-2tic, ) application! will be based. upon It appearing by affldavlt appended ., Batatei
I FOR BAL.M Overland 6- a.ntc'r. 1 the pel I tli.u for such sale now on to the bill died In the ahovv-atated II. are hereby

I ni-wlj-painted Inquire Paint Shop, I j file In saId Court ('aus.that Edwin M. Smith tho deN iiriyient any
over Mach Jtrothera Oarane. 8-StxFOAT !Dated Ix-cember 1 <$<. A. D 1MO.I fendant therein named la a ......-re. you or'
E (PERT: AUTOMOHILIO tnechanlo I I-ICON H Kill Idem of the Stall of Florida, and I.'R niralnat the
FOR BAL.K Almont now mo. sill i.,palrour car at >our hymo'Klectrlc 1-U (luardlan1XW1KIO r.<.aidant of Urewton. Alabama .. riectaaed. late
OPEN FROM tor bunt; capacity 8 or I 10 iiaaaenKera. aMiti.m aipedalty. All work the age of twenty-one yeara: It to the un-
; IH feet long; all .'pr.'" lumber KuaI-nntcl-d. 'Auto Kxpert." at campgrounds nV IMKMIO\ AI'I'I.V therefore doted that tho said nonr."ld..1 nald ..1..'...
ITIce $I 15 coinplite, or will' 3ltxVVATUIl I POll l.liTlilM I'A'II"'T defendatit be and I. hereby the date het..
7 A. M. to 10 P. M. cull bunt without motor for $75 r..qulr.'o appear to the bill of cninnlalnt
I' o. McCabe Klaalmrmu Park alt MrtKON producing I hires pr Notiri' IN hi reily .l\tn butt 't h.- und I 1I1t..1| i in 'sa ill ('RU." on nr h..r..... 'I D. lt>tO.
_, ;_ --- Mil approximating 34 3K, 4(1 |IOUIKN, <'rfttirn...l vill i I H l 1'1.I" I InIIM.rnor Slonda the 7th day of February. AU CA 1(51)14.
FOR SALE!- Walli'Iate. 1 \it ('are' acre. SiH'tl HOi fiotiticlIteferiiiri (if the Stilt if Kl'irld ill TiillnhniiKIC 1H21' olb.rwlmthe i alleunt I.MIK .. .....utrlx.I .
I W.Ir.teI..C.l; ICa reaonabte -: All<-ndnln Hntilc I.. A. j>n tilt* 241 h dat of JniiuuiA.
.. price. Apply Valley Qacette Itt IlIlC)', Allpllilnlc.. :-4outh ('-Hlollnn I x It. '1 Hsi I for l...it..iN I'"I cut, in< en'iior.
7fKlilt "tlng; the 'MIRCHNIH: : \NI'u K.\rtM1 +.+++++..+.+.o.o.oo.oooo++

_ _ _ _ _ _ 1 KHH I 11.\="K or K Il H A Ll--A! in'w B-tixiin. <.nttaKO onlirkk I AM41: 1.1.INU OHCeolu. FoitlllXil I th. (ci I..w I Inir till.III.s-.l ,bnrtcr. tlMirlirliiHl ..
ond. baa ttto KthiB. well the lnMt that mndi. F II. Law-. of utilih" IH m.u. on flip In I'
CURSO F aoreemd ; IIIIH uaraMti. *. bath water .."n. t-4t thiilliiCl. of till' Srcrt'tarv of Statw 'I '
FflRTI1ERJ J
}$ Notice
and ll!!hln. A |1",1)' ut 403 Vine at ret.t. (If I Un. ..nl hi Slnte of riuililHITrvs .
S l4txFoil flit.XDI I .Kt" :\TTHIJSS: "'A'ToHY- ; \\' out' """"'H thin JBIIi day
-- --- >lattrMHa renoxated mathlike (I' I'.....,"'h.... A I II 1K20 .
HAI.I -. 'hlnu I closet,> oIl hoitir j tii.w ....'.-Ihlrd the oat of a new It \. <;. Mail" c.lovk. HurroiifrhH. addIng machine one. 16 Bryant .tr..t. Orlando. 3. F. Anr( .
SELLSFire I I nil I I good nn new, I.u.! 'aui.l,i'y I Florida.. 47-ltx Emil Mm, 'h. '
J ., ..rn.'.. autipllia : hm. pt'li-ea. J. I,, '. O. W Pi.rmins, We will get out our new Directory January
I I'hllllpH I I I I t..u in Io'-r Comimnj', 50.I I' 114 iOi 1'lnllt a lid I Lnaa and I'1'n"'I',, Tax. letnriiM -
Life, Accident and I OH 8ALIO-Fine renldenco property I. o I I'. Taw '* Oilnlnlo i niIIIK .- I I '.'H'PC'Hrl> ,It"l'I.n of 1. It is urgent that you place your order .

Qua i'tei,'-block. seven roomed houa *. KlMHlmmie. 1241tI'1'INI .MKIKMIAN1H'H= I\KMKKH IJSNI4
orange triia pecan tn..... live oaka i, III' KIS IMMFT' I
Health Plate Glass, Lia- flow eralnca, shrubs OaraMTi*, ', I\N'-:\ ) (1OOHS. biMlKhl Hold :, Tin' uII.I'rMI"n..1 liiVm.|... ,"'III'S hi.i.o- I for a telephone at once so as to be listed in
woodah and l two aivite! rooniH nnd Kpaltid I T bo <*Hnlno' 44 -tfWANTED. Ity' HKHiiilnti'' IhiniKiUiH tumtliir' fnf
rear, Hamin for ,. pr iperty n i .:.: _ ... !'! I Ii.. lull: .tniH*> nf. I luiomlliir: ; iIi'Ir'tlII'ltI 1.11 '

bility and Boiler Insurance too larKi for priaent. owner. Apply 'I ntnl. fiiimliiir, I II <'01'pm'ntlitii I umt<.r nml the for 1921.I.I
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Valley Inzette. 1-tf I _.. .1\I ItS" \llllll' if till I.1IWK "f till Stat of j; Directory
Flb'ilIIl.( wllh hIll ,",,,"'r Ilio following
'Legal Bonds Executed l POILI.( .::::un.' Nnnh lourhm---imnnil : FA KM I.:IIS--Bend today for a free ,I! 1".U'|MIHI ll I')tlllf, I bl' '
mi" .le of the Florida Fanner i
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Ha\lOH. BCon" '
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-"PIIKHI nueitntitlnu '
im,. Until of ttuHi' at baini find 1 lncktiiaii, publlHhi at Jick-' I t I 'FIr111111". of I t hi. riiriiiirnl. Ion Mhnllli I
Same Needed I .oti\lll(. Pills nbout ll\ialoik rnlaIIIK. Kissimme
Day ,, I In jit .li a \\'. 1 B Miikliiann I fltv llu ti-r-hzlbl'(' nnil 1"'l IMIIIIH I Iliinlt Telephone Company
dalr>'ltiK. poultr citrus fruit . .
r 1 I if i1s51ilbne.111(11, ( ItH pi.if f of I HK-, |
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1- encl tI ... ..dnll. wckl\. aI" 'in' pi r ,II.-11" Khiill I 1,0 In I tin' "'lt\' ..r NlHBlm' : .
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rilll <-4\1|ii-: -I'"I"H I Siulillc, II.'M.H "ear- tlirei > iara for 120(1. OnlT IUl'e.. ,III III, ('''II II M' AIr 1)11'"I 111.I, Illllllt By M. Thoinuson.
,: :tnI"'M." fin up I 1<. e \\. II I'nr i"-\"tI. n nd! ",'n'rAI fat tnlnn. I.npc'r j I ite of 1 lorl<1n.I .

OFFICE: State Bank Building met (I,r.'minii w Etl: "'n 1'la"'HII..1 I I In_tin_atnte. \\llte_ toiln>_ __ I i I 11
near Nit ....HH..... 1 I-'li' or A I'* : -- I Till, I-. "or',ll '"'II'''''' Of the llUMllll'W L '

I tinman. KlnHlimiii.(., 1"In. 42-tfKl ,,,11.I I li., ItII.lIlIc.t..1 Hhnll, l I... Unit of n _:.+++.>..+++++..:.++..:.+++.++4++++.+.++++.+++++++.+++..
- I..11. l'uI ItibllIsi''L I ( ItllMllll. %('Itll T10Vm -
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> SAI i: I :.onil aicmii] lit;ii.h Pi.t .1 I .' llnliliMit. II fi-to IH prn\lilid hI\
tara Sam U. HaK".bl.I'hon... 2i\ \ the ( MlKlnalatUlnivll, miili.HSplieK. tic Stiilnti-R' of lii.Siiut,' of rloildn order your fertilizer without
T-Miiita it' ViiiHalllia BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES
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31 -IfFOR : : I
SQUEEZEDTO mill: -.I..'nl.MB :Ml\ 01 K pin,rI- tliiii I The iimniiiil i.f Hi rlpltM I Hlmlc of You will make a mistake If you

HAI.R. llorniH and Mules\ Inquire I wi lie \\iitkinH' I .ompnli. II) r.',, Mi.ni- said, i-ui niiriitioii! shall '.,. Twiiit\-IUf. potlm our NEW PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATERIALS
of J M 1\1I1I.'r. 19.r. I.hlH. Ti/nn fi2-41' ll..Mrfllllll I l >,11'11"M I >2r. O"!" j'OI.u I.. PROMPT SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers Insecticides
fitly ,
ills IlII lul" twi buiidrod find

DEATHWhen Knit M VI lA- -Two 11.11'$' nuts' 4 -v' ..nriild 1 _ __ _ __ __ ._. ____ alit> ,1 1...a i.f II,.. ilit, \ bill I-f 'lni' H 1)11. Sprayers poultiy Supplies.
5Z,., \il\it. one tin rl< blue, ono .. ,10..1 I liillira ( JKipllft" ) ) enrh I.. lif pnld E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
nouiiipln
\VtNTI'l-: I'.iHlli.ni IIH t III .n..h
d"k kroon, HuMa II nt1 1 whit I"
r*,llnr 1111,1iiff, *>. .1. ln<,linlilorirH, = l\ \oiniu lndwhole 111' $pint lltnw 1 :i IV :J.\CK OSVILLE. FLORIDA
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the body begins to stiffen n..u ,M'l'lv, 301 !Main ntrtft 4'!*.t'I I .\dlll.HK. .I'OHUlflllC ItllX X., KlHHllllmi 1 Tire I."Mil *".sr w '.It until' ,,"prtrn :
- - .. ---- .-, I-i] .1:4. .'-Jlx II.lll Kll..ill I.XlM .hall: 1". NIlll'UllllK
and movement becomes painful it .
I"OK ** M .!C I n. nt ,lm\ I.. lilY. t1\o 3" 1 M t 'CTh.e .
indication thet the \\'IOTEI1 i: I I l' M'M I: I wint: I.I. him \
usually ,
is an 'I I' HIM high t
( -"I I"I z.l I HUM I l lu from ,pill t Is hi\lim. film fol Hull* I 1 iiditl,..n.1 f Ui Rilil: corporailru .
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kidneys are out of order. KI.>eG5LDM ;- I "II,.r",1) \\ ill\ .I.I..r.III''II./" t I / ( ;.l\ i' 1,1..., lOll, it., .HI.'.1..1'. 'M.n II I Il: vliill I li.. < ..r...hid." d \l.\' tin follow. Grand Champion
Unwind, I ''llnpult."!. Illlii.iln :: 2tiN1I iilil\. '. burl __
tbeae by takii n S 1 HI in 1.UH\. \\ I I 1 hIlt offliiiH A un oni 01 __
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1 ill'l, tnisH bin 1 - -. --- - --- ,1.1.1 ".w'lli' litH n li'Hlil, if n\i illif>rti
i iTb. \\' .\= : U Liuht (mi. IIIIHI, wiiuon z.i, .1I'h othor offliitlit _
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t )lion i Im it-titil.. from l'MUI' t hmiHi J "iM ii <
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.'ill at I 111 I I Ho\M b'ro"I..r I. I.- d ftinlin'iH i.iitnlloii' 1 nuiitthi "'
,plioiM, I' 51 .1 fI'oil d lllNH Mill I IN ( 'llltlH I 1 I li I (I" |P. 1 KlHHlmiiii : I ..Iv. Th'1 ,1,11,1,,1 ,il or1"10'' U blitiMlI at the Hog and

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1 K \ 1.1'1111,1.\ I tin III i t u rn not i )ti, ;tl.y-'s ulth( HHI li tiouiii dtjtloa
fillet toll' in \ I'II" [SIN ..i ui In< i. .", \\' =1'1':1:11 ICoiikh i"m ,pi.nti. I 11 I IIR, ti-- I. inn ..r '.rn.... IM 1 10.\ in.,v. pr s.il.
I "h. CIC, :., i'i1'I f-i, ..,.,...d"". I..ill w'or, K. 01 miot 'In i' kiwi ...r'w..I. in. nn tii\, If 1" '" I.....1 1 hI thi. ,li\ -Ins I ''", Cattle Show _ _ II'

i'itinu. si.l |1.1 I rn 11. .t\ ,.!llnu I, |pl.| ,,,IMIII It exi .pt KRlilenlnii. A.I.hr.'asshtiii'i not Inoi.nslnli nl with tin luinUlflk'I _
I \ ClIltlK, W. .i' .II )I. "1..11...""'l''I ,
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world's standard remedy for klJnvy K " It I fit IIMl! h..ld 1 IllMUllll .
I" I.II lilt' 7- I Ix I.
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I Ililit|
liver. bLadder and uric acid troubU* -- - - - ---I I l ll ll \ }, dli i i turn Hhnll I In. ilirtnl hthi \ Atlanta Georgia .'- I ,f',
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'I ill
Famous since 16X5.: Tak. regularly nfcapp I I I- lfl; $ \LJo| I: <'m, *. iHn1 'iUi'l, i'ov\ will FOUND st'u'k hil.'r.' nl i .ii h ii nnii,il tnu'b-t-.
In KooJ baaltb. In Ibrea aite*. sdvuggist. : I i" ft. HI) in .1 i ,li.flIIi, t tIll". 11'Id.- _ -...- _-- .- -- .-- lily Ml i,",,'r uffloi.r' ,mil onip1', i.i.H
., Guaruntevd .. ... 'I. I 1',11'01 I k .l.-ts.I ., l i.l..M>.1| M..IM. Hl\ II itNi l \I'.I.h I 4.5. I Mi. |1"l i\ < h',11, I li.. i.In'nil nnnnillN liUn. I'.iiicl
repr.s.nt.L..k -it',.. it**. r"," Hinall ifiuit 4 :tod I.Jii,I'- firoi i h'. ."..1 I .pit \ for Ihlll 11,1.1 1 1'11. :"- of lii I'./, tire Tli' HI.mini iniillmzof HIGHLAND OAKS FARM
I. &I.. _. Geld ......1 ..."7 ...... I iz "in fop, i| tiii I I K Nil"I. I mi' nil I ,it r"i .1111| <' ..r Ml' I I'M.M uill..i.. Ill,I. 1 >I.*I1Illll tin. ..t..c \\'hcI..r.. shall .I..' hilil, on III'f .
..4 -..4 D. M.It.ill.' eIr-I. KiHMlintn.. ... 3-21 ,til II :3 1 t\: ..illlh TlHHiliv In .. .",",," > III < nrhfn .

... \ ri HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GET
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Ilif .nfn. e..I.,1. nt i lie flmtnnnnnl
Until I piH OF
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRINGAll
of ti.- IIloekh..II.
mectli'K
i I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 1 1Itt I shall ..,.' uniliniil tin. lou..III..r nnlili ORION CHERRY KING JR. 8th
All Work Guaranteed __ t rriof'nttrin nhwll. tIC rondnrti. hv thu' ;
fnlltsi'init' limn il iiflliilH .1 I" lliro.
f'III'IIJI'U' 1"'lIld."t. It I' \\'m ibl. \'h li e-1r-si-| Tliey are winning in the Show-Ring. Breeding-Pens and the FeedLots.Four "

A. YODER 'OIMI 'I'U 'sIn li. of IHHU. 'mtt ", .r $i.it l | i l'l'1 Itti'nte init dint It \ (IntiK, (',,"hl.r nnil .T r of his and daughters CHAMPIONSHIP i
1 ", tin ,' of "''' i u in.. \ I I': { MIITI- l 1C \\''' lIlt. 'It II A tin tun, KmllAt sons won HONORS on the
< ....r. of I..lie f.onntr ........... 10..I. ..<...- Unit, ." *nl 1,1 1 ..e1 1 1 illi .id. M'luil I .ho r..- : .M ;h: ui n.I' <1. \% I'era.l1 H. | ilrotor i "SOUTHERN SHOW-CIRCUIT" this Fall
Phone 324 Kiftimmee, Florida nUn utinlr. !Slate .., HUirliln. .1"111.,1< ftt <'11 diriK ,I'.' I l.i,5'. I .1..1 VIII -
Mill ..I' < ( lit- lit(lilt llliy Of I Tin lil"hiHt n nsoiu bIt nf 1.,1.10",1., ."..** He stands UNDEFEATED GRAND CHAMPION" the ENTIRE SOUTH. .
CAhit .
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Pat JnhiiHion (i !'. \HHIiT 111 till ('Cl.Mllll.IH. I l.-got.'a, 'lllHtllllll- i.. 'Oo\ Jih8TthICIT. ('nrpiirntlnii shall pt nn\ limp Hiihi-c| is the Biggest Champion Boar of the breed.
,,','a and .nil I'.noun Imvlnir. I'lnlma Clerk Circuit (Vuit OBccula County Itself alinll. bo all llmitid and di>mn'd yHe weighing
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNnYSATYAW I. or Demiinda 'n {uln..t .mild I.>tHte: Florida bv 8iTtli 271 ?, of the Juncral. Stat-. 980 pounds breeding shape. i ... .
You mill enili of you. are hciclivnutIlli CClrruU Court Meal:, B2-IH uteo o( Florida. . .10.
.il nnr<..sent any lX.
Offices O11 and 12 Osceola Band \1..1111"I nnd iliTiimiilB wlilrh' vim. or .1n Circuit rourt for hiS R'v"lIle"nth 'rhe nnmeii and 'rhsldenees of the IF YOU WOULD WIN START RIGHT-GET WINNING. "SEED STOCL"Remember.
: Hlhi-r of > (iu. nuntiavi- hire :iut thCDtnte puiiIu.erllie-s.' and t hey, n mount of capita 1 I Intotk (' '
"Hllclnl citcuH of (
Duildina of AiiuriiHt ,<)il( 1)5, ilooi-aaeil.; Into I(. I In and for OHCtola the Kia'| ('''otinlv of Klor.n -InlCliiiticer subscribed 1>y' each, are as fol- Oar Sale ; ,;}
nf unreola. ('nuilt Y. Florida. to the uiidi lows: '
In
Kissi.\iMrii FLORIDA of Hnlil \ the mutter t! of the petl.tliin N'uunRR: ()t'N.t
entitle
>mlirn I il Kxrcutrlx
nlthln, twiMum flom ,il I"'Itin'r'of., (if Etln-l 1 1., Pitr to he n fr.-.-- : It fl1fRX'P.. !ltliATtI'14: 1
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.. .ooooo.ooo.o- ooo. ... Dntiil AMKliBt,. 21.Mill X : l II HHIIAH4fl 11211! Nt.titIii T..II In.11 1 Ii\whom Klvtii It In maonniiin tin uiiilerinlKMiil .- 1 (It, r\ Tnrni lint..,'r,. irlandll I irl mil" . 2"I" MONDAY, JANUARY 3 ,, 1921 ,, ONE P. M,

ot irxei, 'ulrlxOK Hint on the I'.lh ilnof oI""u' .I F ,Xnif i Oilnn M. TILLER I -- - -- - -- Mil iJuilM"'.'. ..\nf l >the 121.!'ahic l I sliull limit n fot.piil.'..y n I lUiimit In. tin n l I': ('urrl..r. Or'" ,,,I... I"( : An attractive lot ,of REAL HERD SOWS. bred to and sired by the

; I C' !> (r-hrlRt Orlando . I" I
\U'I' AI'I'I.II''I'IU.% HU 'I'\V
12 tnniiiiKi tnki i'n re of ami <'o'r..I'' .
H! It Anltiiinn. iHHliimn\' i 20 UNDEFEATED CHAMPION BOARS OF THE DAY
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.1 lily 'piupiru' hIll I'c'.m.' II r'I..I..r, i
iiM l.lllUTI. KlHRlnimir'. KlI'nill
Real Estate
Aeocy.Sflflfl.flflflflflfls.flntflfl. h1V'IN i In i'" iry r..Mp.Thl... thn XI h iln)' of Itneh KiBHlninii-c. _ 1" .
M )TK'K IS 11iitinr ( That I .4c-el'mhll-r u
A I I' I1211KTiini
'I _ in I THEY; ARE WINNING AND SIRING WINNERS '
Corrle i:. JotieB.. I'U Inner of Tax i4 FAim.i1itreHH Milton 1'1h.r. KlHHlmniPP.
rerllncalia. NOH 4P2 and 4113. dated .\ M Cloud Klnrlila I.. H Innrnm KIssibuboc------- BFujrenr (
Realty Bought and sold. the 8rd day of June A. I D. 1H20. himdied JOHV4TOV: & (-i.\ II It I'TT. I (' Bryan KIM..lmm.hh.IOA Write For Folder and Catalogue.. .i' '
Houses rented. said. pcrllrlcatia In my office, and ('ounsel. for I-illtloner 62-4t R Tlrvan KhsHin'lm'p---------- in t --a-
baa made application for tax d..d0 J I' Woodheck Klimlminoi' .:SSIf
Titles verified issue In accordance with lAw. Said >f. riri>nkcr. lmm"e.------I" ..inV
Taxes paid and cerIifltaIeainhrace the following de- IV' Till:: (1 Itn I'r <01 liT I % A \ I> '\ I'. liana Klaaljtimee __ .___ _. B HIGHLAND OAKS FARM

for don-residents. acrlbid property Situated In OaceolaCount FOIl OH<'I.:01.A <01 !loT'", 1.nIU- Tor. .T. A. Ford. Orlando_ -___ __ __ BV ,
Florida j 'to-wlt: I>A. IN! (IIA'\c''' ln. O. \ Pomona. KlH.lmmee._ _____- inr .
fire. Life and Accident In-, < loOt >6 a. embraced. In Certificate No. \\'. Buchanan Orl..nd.-------- BR Operated by The Americaa AfricBltaral Chemical Co. t.

41)2 and Lot 7 embraced In CertificateNa nlimular Na'altor"11! Compana n WarlnK Crlando------------:: ": :::=:::1 PIERCE (Polk County) FLORIDA '
lurance. 4K3 of Itlnck 1, Florida Drained coifioiatlonVH (': r Ilnnnir, Orlnndo.- KTlldi ;
Sub-dl\lalon No. 1 'n and Maguire Orlando.___ -10
Indemnity Bonds. Ind Company Burdett Loomis Jr. J. Pope Bats Farm Superintendent'r
The aid land being: aaaeaaed at the SUplicti W Ahlrh-h. ct ala BvV h. Tllden OrlandoSTATK .

.. .. .. ............. .. ..... date of. lamimice Unless mild In the,'erllllcn name,...of shall Unknown No. 1(192( OF FI-OniP\ ------ ---_._

be redeemed according to law. tax TO; Ilnrh of the
O F. KRI13H3 A AKKHMANVV deed will |issue I h(.reon on the Xrd In the complainant bill IIr complaint ,.fore me. the undersigned Notary .4. ,

:I. STEED day ofClerk January.5. L.A.(.) \\ilFET.! :: > Ton: will In plinse the sbnvntitled take notice that cause on: nibllc 1.11 r.r'l.In' and personally for the R State nn"'"r"I.of PlnrMint I. If : '! \

Circuit Court Uaceola County the I Mil clnv of Jnnunrt A P. 1921. Inirriim.. Emil Marh S B Aiiltman F. Life Is Not Dull \
AKERMAN AND STEED
KRIBBS Mm, Ida. at 10 clock & ii,., tho complainant, S Ollbert, J. n Woo<1h..k. N. P. Br>'-
Attorney .nil ('ou.veIor.l at Law (Circuit Court Seal) Sl-Gt i tn the above entitled. cnimi... l>v UNffilllcltorn I "n. UV, reraona. Matter r Bnaa IT ; I :
KI.. .._... "'lorlda Flelllliitf" and lelnlnM. : and !(V. Breaker Milton rll-uigl'r. Eugene r
F: P ]IrA n D "'ar''"",. <- F Turner C"
Hamilton will
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Genera | .11. I. .11 fitate I nlti .. *4lnle. < onrtn C'lerk of llu* alio\c Court to issue arommlHiilon 1>. rhrlut O E rllrrh'r, J A. FordF LiverI
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Ttmhnnnn C f Manner, H A
to J Mnrvln (CJlnnce of \\
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- -- -- -- la Court (if the numty .u.I.. O.erola .
::106 Prhnmor llull.llTiit. A heIlli,. I rintfni Tllrten and Mairnlre. bv W. 1. I
J. W. THOMPSON I oun .'r un hihalf of ; \. to take i known nnd known to me to be the
re all PHlnte(Cindltora, of \lthur LeKiitena" K DlHtilliuti VnrhceaTo t h-*. testinic.nv of O. A. Petlewnyof:: the I I Imm, ,,Iritialn dencrlbed In and who ixerutid your best friends annoy you--everything goes 4
tltv of Anhe\IMi North I'..roll the foregoIng pronoaed Funeral DirectorAND and all IVrmmH IIHV'Inff t'liilititi\ "a. a'
( a ? Chances liver is of orderUnless
and Farmer are out
Pimandu 11'111'1 I anld Katnteyou. tmitetlnl n'ltnenft on behalf of ti r of the Merchants wrong your .
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or and intb a of \oil,. aje: herebyflIltIlh'll : \lnlonii plnlnnnt of In Si'accordance ctlon 1542 n with bIll Ill the her .nrn'j xectlonn llmik Hiworn of KlHHlmmee.....\...r..l1y and 54flO'lelWetlthat each In ,Inardnlv you fix it up things are likely to be) .
1.nd requlnd to prnu nt anyI. .
....ll11a I nnd d.-iini MIH| w hl'h I you. or of list rienirnl !i4Iiit' ilt.'a of Flor- hn i xocuted the aaniw for thimia worse to-morrow. You can't find anything thai

LICENSED EMBALMER ,i''II tate hi'r or of Arthur\'oi). ma M>' Vorbi hove e aHraliiHt.. deci..nai-d the. Ulii for; out the of reason the Hint county,lehI.I:In %viti.r.elull's whichnliI I and\%'IT'-I.foI niirunm: : .-) TiirnroF n I 'h'rpln "xnr"HM"oIf'J i 'imvili. will relieve: you more quickly and effectively than
$ i
.. cnais 1 Itn.I''h,, ,i.iinl.i s.'t m\ bund nod affixed mv
penillnir' $
of la'.I" Kl.il Ida. to the compHitmnt -
lii
Ave. "nll.r"IIC'.1 t ( l Hxiiutrlx County of nnlii intiiti,, h..11M thlt 1 bont'l 'Itl: Isjrt N.itarlal: x. ;'II 2h'M' 1 5J li da> of I..m'N"TAHIAI. : Dr. "EVIi.es' Liver Pills \
Store and Chnpel Stewart within one > inr f ruin the lute In reof of ItH cltlnt' dependR: Ulion I he tintlmnnv i'r A. n 1 1 '
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KIMSIMMI 1 : I': i:. KL.OKIKA I I liLted Noximlxr in. A I' 11?" nf IIUh ltniKii' Propos.; Int 'nT'I'I n I
sIT Po ( take when bed .
M\UV LILLIAN VOIIH13PS. 'rroKiit orlca now on flic In said Just a couple you go to tonight
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4S-9t l'x.cuIl't CourtI ... Notary You'll feel a lot better in the morning. -
.:_ .- -- 1' P H \)l1I.ToN. : rommlaaliin expltea' VUf. II. 124!
LEWIS O'BRYANATTOHNEYATLAW ; I l-'I I ,PMFNO: & FI. MI I=NI)ISIlil'ltul'bb 1 -fitMUMi For chronic constipation and as an occasional laxative, these little
'F.f'l TOIlS Volt FlI.
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otnplnlnniit, Fit ItNOTHn
IIIH4 \II4.I--. I 1 __ I ;: 0.' A'1.. ":I.I.'TIOTh. pilli work like magic. 1

In the .oort of t numtr ..ad.... Stale ' I : CIKtw -\'t'I n>JfI thi' .LVTrnN t the .-'II-VotUotft pii T..t n..r istl'it.i.y .. annual m i-tlnMT of the .Hhnr- Get a Box of Your Druggist __ '' 'r

p Warner Building. of lorlda. 0..0'' onaitT. ali 11'6 .'xialng. at I K IMHI.."",.,.. rior'rln' li.ililirH of the Hunk of Saint Cloud
I.<, ,. IMrtnt \\ (' I,von n ml f. Al'id- .Siiliit (1.,11. Horlilu. for the elirtlon :
r>tat of ('ulU.n K. Page. of all JJ .4:4
- In the 'k. under t ,h. flrni n"im*. ..f Ton nf .1lretoiH and the tranaactlon -
I-i..lIMed.i S V P'Hltlnl'k.' In hen'hv dNnol\' l bvmllluHI olhir l.ujol""HR that mm proprlvriMiii the"t
666 will break a Cold, Fever and VIJTIOB( IS 1IKK1.HV fI\nN! to nil a ur. "m"nt. I' ,\. iddack. ticfoti. tin' miitlnv. will he hrlcl TAMPA FAIR PLANNING 'additional building! to house:
than whtffn It IIIMV ClalC.'rli.' that on tin- tn kfii if vl'r i the iltlMl(1'SM nnd I 'In th.. till' ..itorH loom nf Bald,' bunk on magnificent exhibit was begun
Grippe quicker anything we Ifith day' <>r Keliruary, A U 11)21, I roimlnu1Bin : ;nil 7MNt'ts and Hnt. .lTMl;<'H an T I Tb.. Still>'. JiminrJ1 I nt I 1 clock\ p. m A "CHILDREN'S DAY"Tampa "Mexico Day" will be one of the M.. c
shall. iipplv. to the Honornhlft Judui of resronelhtle" for 2. 2t o, H HUI-:I 1':( 'II. ('imhlcrIn -- I
know preventing pneumonia. Court, JiidKi' of rrohati. fur : no I'nrltrll 'tn :nf most interesting one of the fair period
until an : - ---
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tI r thin datt l >Hc nili, r I 5 11 JO'. December 30' Friday, 3
my final discharge nH Pxicutnr of (S1IROCt) \\ C, LYON 1.2ix1HI'Il' C IrrnH ourl.. 04..te of Kliirldn.Sr various special. features being '
the iHtHta of ("iillm K I'nvo. (I liotnMnl -- .. ,entreat. Jnill.l" < Iri-iilt Ocrola February 4, ban been designated! aspresented in honor qf the republic
Aw expert restorer of ancient documents -I anil that At the nn mi' limp I will,. : f.... M5'iI( ...fll.II'4MI''I - < ....n(>. In I hdnrcrjJ "('hil<1rc>n' Day" at the South Jo uhuh has been war-torn for the
i ill to ..r"'l nn' rtnnl nrronntH im KxicutoiI I h'ld.Floridians
in Washington able Ni. ,lila. Fair and I all '
I ( nnlil estate a ml HH|< fur their ap-| I I. Fulton.. ('.mil'1'1.01"'.I mt, past ten years.
sheet of Separating visitorwho the city on
split a thin paper -nlDntnl I. and are in
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The annunl TPPb'tIfl.. nf the F:.torkh.J1.rn Six weeks in advance of the fair ,
the writing on the) two sides insert I PiofnlMr 4. A H \P20 I IH of thi HntiK' "f *Hreoli fniintwill \' I.. miornltifli .r. I'.lint that day W111.be entertained withouti I .
a middle layer of paper and cover W. KTAItK I INOT14.H b- held at thi:. ofllci' <.f nuld; Mink'ln 1 I' II bIllibI" mini b> !ifllli\lt, ippindirtto .,, ..n e by directors: of the fair association find* most of the exhibit pace taken
62-Ptx I KinHlnimo... "I..rld. T'.III'. t ii.. bill 111'd\ I I In I Un ..1"-1..1 i 1 in all buildings necessitating the
sheet with thin silk on will be
the entire a A special
III.Iet. nil! program;
I.eiinil Snlti.n ( -
raiiHiUnit ..
;Tnnuarv 4. 1I 21 jit K : erection of additional structures-
o'clock H m.
gauze. This enables the document. to OK AI'I'I.IC'O I'OH TAX for the purpose' of el...oflnir. dlri'rlnrn I Hill IRvi. '..III. bill Oil .I. >I.. alt "on-rrnl.1.. .ill put on in honor of the little ones '_ ____

stand considerable handling. Ii.EI 'action for the ensuing ear and ih*. t rant*- 101.."I hi., of Stole ISiilwatii of 101"' I'nwl.and' l I"loiintxTi .* t"R-. including thrilling airplane: stunt, A modern discovery for the rapid

,, Meals NOTICK IS Hfc.nr.UY 'VlIVEN That epic come of auch before huffinenn HP ,M. t RM*..*eTt ryav ntr ,prop j .v ,IH. o\.r tin. ,,11..r Iw"nl'ntl"( auto polo Roman chariot. races, running healing; of flesh wounds cuts burns, .
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Do You Enjoy Your "im It la tin'r..foi, .. ....1.1 that thc : races and ten other fr..e.aM:8. : bruises sores and scalds is [..lquulin
. CertIficate 2M(>. lfl) >4, dated. the Sd day ; ----- Mi uld noil rt .iilenl definilnnt be nnd l IH front of the big grandstand In Borozone. It is clear odorless
:;;. ppif you do not enjoy your meals of June, A U 1911 haa filed said certificate CIUAII'JA %()TIP TO SIlL I bi-nbi reiiilrd| to uppiar( to the bill. weather shduld be bad a
W indigestion is faulty. Eat mod- In my office and .tia. made REt ltSTfrsTFiI. df omplntnt' flli d In Maid caunc Ill) othefure case the on liquid possebssing marvelous healing
ijerntely' our of meats masti- application for tax deed to Issue In !: I M.'inlnv' the Tlh I .1>fs1.1 l".h'666 that dav the children will be entertained power; Price SOc 60c, and $L20.

** especially Let five accordance with law Bald' certificate ('..'-* ef "numtjr Jwdar.' State yf r during the following week. Sold by Roberson' pharmacy. ** I
,eate food thoroughly.; embraces the following described f
your Klorida. O.qol. ( ou-ity. for Colds President Obregon. of Mexico has .-
and take is a prttcription: ,
<, hours elapse between meals property situated In Oactola County I' "
of Chamberlain's Tablets immediately Florida to-wit In r* Kfltate ot Ada Frank Haiti i Fever and LaGrippe. It's At most definitely decided that his country The expression, "Her. how. originated
'ak'" one and will Lot 1, Block K. of O'Neal and Os- John and ulxtcw,1-lehh. Mlnorn 1] shall be represented at the fair and at an old regular army .

alter supper you born Addition ,i, Notice I. hereby given to all whomIt speedy remedy we k.ow. during the week the erection of an toast .. sJ.1II
oon find your meals to be a pleasure. The said land being assessed at the mar concern that Leon Hebb. A. II |

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TEN.' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER*3i,* 1920 '.'.
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I :, : -' ''DICK' BUIXOCK MAKES !IMISSOURIANSVlSIf 'i'insi' It: 'would be best 'In all -f uf' 'arc actionsof I fCDst''merely': to1' 'separate the con '.

I HOM5; 'A VISIT TO YOU 1. nettle them in testants. One witness only was called
( KISSIMMICEu,' LOVE. the same tenor to .
f ( IN.SOCIETY'S. REALM ]I I :Mr. and Mrs Richard Bullock, of Air. and Mrs. lit E. Lang, of Ka- the home city. Then the fine of $100. -..HH there appeared to be "0'de.'

f I Macon; arrived it the home of Mr.i hoka. Missouri," are, expected: to' "arrive ,. and costs, or thirty days in jail, was nial as to the disorderly'conduct :.onjy -
and Mrs.' S. H.' Bullock J 212 .. in insofar as the eon declared he .
Clyde.I Kissimmefe ,this evening on"thcfir named as a conservative figure for '
All inntter&: .Intonxlpd for this "e. i I avenue, on'Christmas, to remain a I first -visit to Florida-and' will' : LIFE! MORE I the Yuletldif roughness., sought merely tQ. quiet, the beUiffer-/
: pnrtinent sliouM l>$ |I"II week at the old-time home. "Dick"jliullock parties.
: ,remain as guesta o{' Mr. and "Mrs.C Zach: Bass -allTWd that he waS! ent
C nil pOH".!>I". A !! t III employed in th office/ of E. Route ,. .. 'I of, The fines were, then affixed by 1
,. <- ess niu.t h. HiitlKMillo Onllriiono ) of/:30 .. ,II I, nii'l **>( ,tar ,-"Sort.y+|TTiP\!! accountant of. the' Central of IMrs. Lung in cciuMn! of Mr. IJouse' Takes On a Different Color"Wien disorderly conduct. Evidence was Judge Cadel-who mode the assertion , 'r

:; each l'orm" Krltlay cl,,,n.. ..iHoinpdy,',rnlnlf. at ten o'clock i Georgia, and, having but a w <*k's fund pcmuadi'd lief husband ,:.to visit Your Blood It Rick aad Free adduced to show that Sunday afternoon . that he was going to do,hjg best

t .' nCoSEBRING ) j leave of absence, will start from.Hero' Kissimmeo nt this time tq dvold the From Poison a 'distui'banco"" started in the to _quell all such breaches of theI

.. I SWKKTirEARTSCOMK on Saturday on his homeward .trip.,i I unpleasant winter of her awn state office Of !Mr Uasa, locfltetl on the I peace on the streets'of" Kissimmee. '

(" )!\ :; TO KISSIMMKK f ]Mr and" MN.! Lung "will be phown" TRY 'TAKJNG PEPTO-MANGAN I I second!< flood of"it he Bro sol1 building, l Kite h Bass was lined $100 of sixty

',: I.'rRllk I). 'roueh(>1n ahd Mas 1 Kvcl-; CHRISTMAS: nJNNER I II"| < I liKir), full Rutil< a'tion-m' notor'd and shortly"! after thy commence- :, days In jail for'resisting an officer, 'I ,

-:vn I'latt mme from Sebri.ig on ri.EA.SING AKKAIRChristmas i' Chrlxtmafl I I the of Depressed, i in the moot possible and disorderly conduct; Gary Bass was
1 to xpend the day, and at was ncono many abrupt way I
eight o'clock! t tnc" same ewning! bp-1 fi 3ti"ltietl.and 0'1'' feature of I the ,MISS TlTijORHRIDCiH Your Blood I* Clogged aDd' struck the sidewalk with a (!dull sickening fined $10() or thirty days in jail ton '' ''

came hiisbnnd und wife-the pero- day was :the clinnei i"pr\c'fl 1 |fy. M,,k.i MARY} Sluggish .I, thud. Thereupon it re<|Uiied disorderly: conduct; and Everett ./.".."'.
: HOSTESS(
iticine-v) being ,pe>i'f01 mcil by Rev. J. B. (i. M Newhouie, a,} her home 411'J - ''a squad to arrest'IK.h Bans No Hun sell was given the same fine and "

i liH3M-tt. of :201: :Mabbette street. I Wron.i street, w'hcie the tables were I; Wei'ne, i dav\ afternoon there was a. I I I Without knowing; why, you find i evidence was adduced tclearu/. thecause uJt""lJuti"eIon\, u like charge. '.(' /;:
: ( .llll'minl'ri"l"l" putnt I l-hc home < festivities .
diisKxl I I in lusex, liihiHfus I i and I jnimictlia.s : ijQur.olf fooling unhappy. You go of the at..r"tllll1! ( which was i The | jiftoi-Chnstma( "
WINTER VISITOR of11': and Mrs. !M. Tiller, when :Miss 1' Inoiigbt! into t the* coffers of the :
) 1 -a 1141 l where 4hemi nu un '"onnd( d iy After elav half asleep with Everett Hanmll.! lull Gary Bass t thus
:. KNTKRI: A1NINC I CHIKSTSJIi. I i ill 'd l I :Vlntv Tilhi entertained in honor ofMrs saij that mteifeied. in \the lo"e- city about $!r>7-r'.
.. l\'om"I'I.t ) t V( rv d.lil.I I HIM I )tfiK'stvci Uicliird Interest in what i it going!' on around l ; ,_ I II I.
: Hint Mis J. U. B.ikir whoup'fl1tr > j 1" \ Mis' II. W ('urlis, of :\llIw.IU-1 i ikoo. Ilullo-ik. 'Fhe 1 hjnnu' i'I I:1" "IIU< I:,ijr and life becomes! dull. The ....i.
I
'' ucinie i is ut ('h I'kiuul: h lln | \\ : <'II'\'I'I'lt' dieoiiited l I I ], nnd I light ri'I --- --
:\h'". C'. II/. Smitli.: (,f I'HIP l 1"- ' 1 leuutv of radiant sunshine, lovely ,
I
., %Mi 1 .. Bukti I '-:JIiKs i Lauiii (','ain, vvlioKChomo ,. , of KisximniiMI'dllo": ] \111\ Kthe livt n.lulled' in ml I litii; n to I llie hon- I f I life \'
I iu in UMCIII-, Wi 'on i in. 'I 1'111' t rpII| t :MillKintim l ('hdl".d' i i it '''h'('(', ::\tiski'K Mmgnnl Stnn font, I itmi'. sli"ing( become more or I

; entire: paily is greatly ]pic.used with .,( Intrio 1 of diiioiH l tn \''uFI -\\ "Pol'/ln.) : :Muttle I Sliinfind Violet I l.i'lloik:, AdiViigini : 1 I'"s of a bore Wishing the WorldA 1

KIs"lmnu',,', ,.,.," ::11 t II"I ( 'amiHi... \ ', Hi lin 1 B.I--S: (nril\n I'rinri! Thllt' : 'j.i what eloirgod, slugg'shli'ood :
_ (diui'tVinn, ( ;iJisJie wiffiT! (dnn''"'
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(;iIirl} Uiihrf) ] l.om-: Iuc\', /Jiipfi-r, I does I to you It poison, your
''II'' I I : 10 I'lKII'l'"'" l\\ M S Its ', 'hf>ii"-'i< s. You arc' einU/ half aliseon : .
'l 11> I IISll ?". ".. "..I ..'I,i I.l "i J'l .1, i T. ",,1 itiinI ,,, II |l..tl .III I .t. .i. ., I" i lAil.i I loiii'i' SI"pg"1.LII"r' ; lillei "''( need, a good llit1lor, ,,rio lung,( Year
I I 'IK I 1 iii., .1 I... I I. 11,, . ,,, '.11,il Mis! I no.IIll11k.. New t,
H 'j" ) i "II i \ .I I .KM''.1''''''''' II, I II t' ., ' 'I' I '. Happy
.. ,... ..., o me P\ke I Pepto-Mnngun for II f< wi's
t I 10' I If " L". "" 01 I t tIe, "I. ,II, I II I. 1 I" ,.." "I'''I.I.' ,. 1, .. I II
I I,. .. ,, ,, ,.. ,,,, .. , . ( ind notKo the
\ i J II"I" I III t! .1.I l..1 I 1.1' ,, I II \ I'' I'_u 'u dl .l >- I IMI i-: \'isi'i'nns] | ) lug improve <
....' I::1 I ;>. ii,.1'I I;I l\ ( fI)IMI.: I HUM KANSAS: : : I i".I'll l'<'|'to. !M.ing. ,i": ui itirroeili'i -
\'I"I I 1 ;I: I : k-' 'h"wi.,, or i.i" uliii .., l , .'
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(iou. '.. < ']1il..' A.\ i'iim' t.., I 1.1: niiiil. ':i.0\1' inn, ii.;t ITilfl,'In l'IIII1tJl'.\\iim, fi, .'u.i I I'\. \i p.l i .I i.1 I II | :Mi i .und. lr' I C;..orii' W /1)ur'v. l I tonj' : ,1'(nnl, Is heat't ily 't-ndorted l lor ",. ,
.\ IIl.k. ,10 "I.. \ "' "lii-tl i ln\ ,.. unit ],li\( '>.C"lIn"l . ..
MI| I froin I n. "TrH.I.I i \ \ tun til ,II |"i ''ml, ''. o. ( lIaiRY.): fdthcr. of the \oun--
': .ill, MMi . n 4.1''" ., I". t \\ Iiii I ,it,.ut. \\ mi.. f i"oiii /1.I i o.uluiix,, lii Ni.I"i inn," :.. I.'I. I Pai1"| ",,, ,JlMlvVll, Iii Kl iHil1lrn" I N <"'" 1i uirajifct i him IVpto-Mut irnjiri C ;6;:
It. Ill- TV .
i r
... ,\ Mi.lirrl< n ) !< (.\>"Id.-. II,. him'ti.Ld I I. '"'i' .t i! "".01'l 1'1..1 silil t iiii",,1..1..1) ,,,.,,1 I, 1" 0"2 7 ,. :: I""> siemj;j sive'ial I mont Ii"-,as is Hun,' (Imtli I liquid i ,I ii tot tablet film.. lu\' i iI VXe( extend to all to QUI jialions especially wishes that n'I

mill, h. I 'III flout, .,_.' ....f ..iliiitnni.' Iilt. 11.0101.) I ,I .. I I. IIH / ,1 i f.Illl ,,.i' i:slum. Thl'v I }) .11110 r"oll \\'Khiliwhen I \\ \\lin1ii\i 1 \ou prefer: one his ex(' lIe I ad' ,
ti.:.n t r.2 i. com I ina .' c IIii/t t \ anltgcou'.
"t tin1. M's-sis; lIubv ha't', "ll'Ih'! I the jmii' 'ff.ct( us tht othel'ike / ng jeai P10 !
.\ :Mlirui, : \ ', ill. IIn'"II'' ,' of 1'01'' IM i "li ..It f'.1. Illl I > ..il\ conj \ 1 't
fllMII :", "',, \ 1 N.; |p'n.' I }II..III.' I I' .n, V:,1. t \ \ "n j 11""t I I t l"lk Will] I tin- I i''1 \'. 'It I I isn t ( 'u' v \ mi get "iri'iimne/ h''nto' Ve most ercI thank the. lic, ha\ (' Iciuleiecj us
"I' 'tn( : \>
A :'001'S I ' ; ': tin. ., "Tlin M :(my:in .\-k for. "Uudi'V: wii'l loolln :\ many
nI.nlt' ' i I Mn |p. I I I1'illmiil Iron| .r,1 i.It 1 'l I"II 1. 1,| ''nl I tint J\'II"a" I II" ,isvs ionic' tiJ f
1 : ': ; *, v i ,i;;IIH "II.L.:: -MI.' t ;I iv fi IM'I .: 'loi'id.i I to mix w it h t Uu. oiiii'tta'-( 'I". t full name, "(:Ucll.'K l'i'i'o then |alroiiise clu lug I lie > fai I t/O/ \( closing" and assure the pub ';
.1 I )III l ; u ltd' nUI,l.: r nI: ; ,HI,p-; i|,V I';I i | | | \ |r 'MML I I : I vry (il' "I"| I MM, |,; I II ; I'I Mimmn; \the ; 1;
.;, ? I ll't I I i\ I 111 illlN ,I II I ll 1 W L III) I Illllll,, , III"I." "fip"I .1.l .ill./ "II .I. nil ), "I". II II''. f ..II.I] .\\ ", ,, lull, .il 111"ikes .ii. irooil i ..inilun.ilion :, on 'packageAd! \ ( lie that weshall raieullattend' ( \ to all Inismess inlrustcd 10 us
t'. .1.l.'K. ,,1),,'ll I Illl,1' I I.Hill, In ",, I,,01 I I 'i il \ .il I I Kis-iimni; ' i I">n.. ",,1., '"111",I \ "t II. ..I 1 'fin'I Mill I till III. : '"id| | | the) young): I LA
"')..i.J., ', r", II". ,,' ':. ,., *"*
"""UII'' \f.4 the luluie the best ability.
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." H'"d" :< 1 t..,, :-.. "., .",. H..1. "...1 s f,3I; I';!" I'I."U"'" r. ...,,( r..t .." .1". "th. .....I I.. .i ,; mini, "And we ,me irmnir to ut(:a VII I .Inluisnii( / . .(dim( Lee. Rus'o(4, Robertn! , j III lo f ol our \ ,
)"na ri-In.I u.s.. III" ,.tI..,...iI nit, "I. tifl. 101 .\ lint.' ,It. ", ud") \ IIU. .".., '''OJ'ti. \ I'l I'P and I enjoy some \\eathci, .I.iff'I-i ))1. Van Simpson( ) IeIirSing.ltarv., ( .. l',r
f )'tt. ,'I t"\\ ,it. (I Il'ul from what \\'eould ha\ e nut I I I Lot'> "ars.Vill :\lason Tiller. ', Bert i Again( v\c thank \'ouLupfer's !\

i. WI'III'T;" 1'I'ITI"I"; ; .""'l.' 1.1', 1'1-:1':i ri)' I IIt. ,;x'i'; '0 ; : (''''''I.j I had we1 riniainid' rt honu," IK added.. ', \\ell-" ,
J)ttllY :-.u I 10'1"1 l Ii) LI I ,' I. | 'as an uft.t( hou!!htHKlsiMAs l
Sill. "'. ' 1'0' $ I I"'I '.;I I\ri'V I CATJIEIU---: (; I I I1'
. ,. i
I gil II) "r 1. .t 10'I.: '
.' t.l,," ,, ) , \IulIl"- "II of Fla. < : i EVE': : WEIIIJ1\! ( \'i 'i-in i-: HUM o( 'K: IIOMI: : 1

& I i I.I.l ..f I ','u"u" 21, I 'i.0 4 If 01 I,u I\'l'i IIDMI)): i: 01 Iliti liE I 1'111'1'I \\ "" a meiirowd< at (tin' Insurance Agency; .
] 'rurv. ,11 II I, ",..l, 1-.ItOU.IM.: ,. ." A 7" 2" 1f, 11 ( 'lii'i.t huts h\e "' as ,,11.111'111.,1 nt home of Mr. nnd, !Mrs. S. II Bullock.
I"ur\ I i'1 k aol 1'.I"uIIII": "" H I'III :211 H, the lionu of the' Itl i",'
( when
at six
I 'i'iit, y I IInH" I) :2\2.!\ :! I
4 ] ', ury. ..Ife II, e'z.. 1 1111.211:I.ii,,' ,,ui ,I,;;j 1"\':! o'clock I ridav. e\eninjj, UeW. ll. 1 host and I hoites provided for

''"' I 'Iiry. '"i 1'.'..' H. ... ... 2 I.", ".i 1 97 .J ('ol)<-mall. pastor' of the (Christian 1 the enteitamment on the mnn\' |I ,
i'r.
IJrury. "1'' 11"7 a Ill ".H ".7I':! (hurih. joiircil I the _ '
liv '
J'rur). "1'" Hr... .. ling ceremom lends of their most numerous fnm 'I -
2" ''''
3Iriy, ".1lI.... 110. p.. 2",4 T fIIII 17 .J. K, :Spuilmir) juf Sanford (IInd1r'K.: il\'. I rhe Bullocks hay been enter . .
3)rur. 1 llo"L" i 1. Klorn Ilarns I" I .. ,..,--...._---
i.c 21 ;fII" I 11 1.: <11'j lancis, of Kissimmei. 1 .lining a host during the holidays ."

Total f. .1 "Mt I'" ''iIl..I. ". .. ", "r I '.1. :2'.1 1.71. Ii | I ti\es of the 'hi ,nle, 1'rofessor and) nle .ind :Mi1-' C'line. mollie of :Mrs l | :r.
.I..t ,0. t ItI.ti' ) .II.t ..I .I\I'I"n' ; Q ;:Mix i A. I II I I FIIIC''q ami-. Stanley Bui .
f \1NIT 1:1":1'1' (',,.I, ..r 1"1",1' r... "r 10'' I j.
to "" 2< 1 hy Mis. ( .ill mill] ]1"Il0i'iflg the
"'hUh ..r I"UII"UII' "'11' I rock and l b.i}">e. of :Miam "Rob Hul

T..i"-.r. ; ;. ; it'$"..ul I fool of liitiil\Mi) }, $T, 'T:d wedding a buffet luncheon was seied 1\'- Mr. and- !Mr. Richard Bullock. J : A New Year For You

: 1 j-X IM Mt pel i (flint;: foot llIri': ltoiil\\. \' .l l4'ont ,.:.\:; .', I 11"l'k.\ ( Miss Violet Bullock and .
ptil, Hiitnirt, of liit< k it4cmt ........ A fit/ a widdinir trip to various :Ned: Cordon; Arthur and ,:
. P..r i ubtiHril ..f I:xtnxiitlon, MI --.......... I Dorothy :
MT I'lllcI'M! r-oMi )I'.er| Hnii.1) )f..t of lUilihiK. ) 2'S }joints in I the( state :Mi r. and :Mrsspuilmf liulloik: On) Monday evening there .
\\ Idth) of liiiinlua>' \Jr.'W'. I ) ( will he "at home" after (the acre guests in addition to the familv .
lotiil ( OKI per llmal foot of lt.imlM.nv $I r 11 I I1 1 fiist 1 of February at"'The Oaks" ill inl'lu : ;
. 1\1 t . 1 7711 I ITllI'T I Sanfoid.. where the groom is enjraifed son, (aioljn
Alllil) 1 KIN I lJ4 l ll'K LilT FEI':1'I"HII'\'r; \. i.; 11"1' in (the realty business \da( I Louise Simpson :Margaret Stanford '
)','nflelilI'clifl ..,
r I' r"'k" 2'!! 4
f <.l.l. I 1'iitrli 21 i u' 50 ft or i. 1 HX r." 1111 $24.1" ::1'-I'. 'TWENTY: YEARS LATER Muiy Singeltary, Mattie Stanford ,
f f )'..nll'I.I. J'IIII'k"l l< -'I .Ml <.xi ipt \\ :,O ft| of 3 'i- :"V 1 J T \i 2 MET: IN KISMMMKK Mary Tiller 'Dorothy Wells:
1 Vn n rl<1. 1'1111'11'1 l I
!',, 4 l'ellll..I.I. I'HtrU< 22 2 A 1 2 -4'1'""| 4 411 II I "121 t\ I Ht.M II;: I Mi'. and Mrs. '1". I 1). 1 III(I'linlton and Roy Kujmond\Graves; Bearden Sheldon John Johnson Graham. : _ _ _

I'"n.-I.I.I I'IIIII'k .4 I P lim ft if 1 ]111.. ""i I''7:' ; II .Mi: 1 '. IlIdIrs.! \ujKe' I Iihj traveling Joe -
:' J"'n'h'I"' I'ulrkk 24V 47 58 ft or I. & l i.; I from their home I.nurens South :Maskov, BI'yan'SimpK..n. Henry Sin :
ill' 42-42 of 2 ,ten(' no 14"\. in irellaiy. Will Mason Tiller and Bert .E
)',-ifI'I.I. I'lIlrkk ('aioma) with all ,
t 24V 1.(0.111 o( 2 1"r. i Ii; I ,i, :. important points
C, f I'..,,(II'hl. 1."II..k. 25II of :0; ot A C I. lIy 2r.' "" 4::;.; '. I (in\ Florida as I their destination, slipped Well*. There wan a ni 'rrv time till '. .
1::; ,t. 11"1'111".1". "HI 1'11'1, 23 1 i 11r.I i :, 2M,7J a late houi and evermoment "' .!< That is the Best Wish
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into the offlt'e of The
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Cazetteon
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I t 'rnuI) I'at rI'k. .' 23 2 1 l'I r. 1 f, 2".71) most ,'njoYII"leinelu tinl! the hour :
i 1I'rmu.l... 1..1.-) I I 12:; "" 1 ,. i Tuesday They were decidedly
22'
: I
discussion of the '
pent in charming
:. 1I..rmudll. 1.A'HI..y 72 'anxious .
"See
I 2' 110' 2211: to Mi. Harris." After
Hurm' "'' ., .. itfieshnients. I'
Rnn
t' '' ''I. & 6 1 :
j III "in
t I H"rnl1l1ll1. "SE hr "i.ii.: ', I 7 I.t; some paileymg and viewing the dix we can offer an
..f XI'\.o'\ ..r\\; '. /8.i.: 211I eomfiture of The 'Gazette-man the NEARLY THIRTY KM.n :f. I ,/
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,'i'. ('IH"1,1\'. I.Td...PII.y l..y 71 f.". oil :.'. visitors made themselves known- WOODAI hftMILY RE UNION: .
'Iny 1.'iIvy 7'1' fi. "1'1 fir. and it was shown that the quintet On ('hri tmaR t here wa", held a j
: ::: : (19 1141.0(1
:,. 'lay: l4'HIey: I4 I It.::: :\ i t ? I were all old-time lends, although! family reunion at the home of G. lbWoodull Appreciative Public.

," CIay P1a1'., Lek 1."I..y. (07 r''I''' :.... they had not met for the space of! ut which all member'! of I "
'., CIa y 4:6: f,,,."" '" :75; twenty years. The next hour was a the :: ,f.
., ). 1..I..y 116; 'u .5II.IIII k .61i family were present except RL. r
(:1a :.. I.,'hy .. 'H ; ;, ", . 611.f') ''' : ,_ !i1i.66 nfost happy one-reviewing former Woodall' who was in West Vir.J r rj'l
((,.Ia la)'.,.. "I.' 1"Hh')' . \,; : '\k/I,; 113 . ,,4J... l'$'!, '; (\.' :" ,,J. \ "1i,6f. days. Mr. ]aihnfrton H cousin.! of ginia. In all there were- twenty-nine j '
) l.p..l..y"h ,
!! >! fo i
Clay, .'. .... ,,)' ,', j.'f'\, <; " h' 61 ( \1: r.6''It r.I.II.II'' (. '\) MM.5 S.6 J Li'w'ln O'JJiyan with whom he madi"; members of the family at the merrymakinjy. 3 '
/ \ ;
\ 4' C'a' )'..' ,.-'(,. LcJ.ley! "" < ,1i fill 50.01t i'''" IIS.53 a brief visit. The visitors declared i Following the proprnmof .
1
t :
eUI Clay',,':' ('hi)'. 1..I..y<"HI"y 1i6 56.1111. 'liNr. lower down the state, but it was the werp distributed from the' two
) )liS
('In).. 1el.y r,4 r.II Ill oi)I''IIl" ..r.1i"Ii mutual hope that before 'returning heavily-laden trees; after, which the ::1 t H. Clay Stanford Company .

. 1 (ClH 18y... 1..1.. ) Ii.3 ,.O..n. 'M ',', : to their homes the pleasant call family together with nl1n1'rou..1:
) I."H'Y 1,1. 1.1i ...n '. he renewed,
('Iis., lK.V) iii "Ii"" ought guests proceeded to enjoy the occasion -
I r Clay.) I... ;".) /)11) 1411 N ..', .i'' in an appropriate manner. Those :_:
if All Hint I..>f ihp SI,': '. nf R\\ ' MRS WELLS HOSTESSAT
,' purl 14 of N\\ 4 of A."o" partaking of the festivities were :Mr .; ..
,t' 2. \\' OIl{ N. (if ('Iai' 1 si fi-jZ: Oil20'lt I" : TI I PANC1NO; I'ARTY :
'
,: All hat poll I on of the Sii of N \\" of Sirtlon !and! :Mrx: G.I. Woodall and familv: ::
% XX l lInn 'SS .. .
of Rnil nnil nlonK flit.* HI"-.t ....111M', (.oinpi'Ined In ,/ Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs John wooaaii C. j. WOOdall; .-:+>-:+:-<-:-:+:--><-:-:.: :-:-:.-: :+:-':->-:-: ->-:- :-

. : f ,\' I iC' I., ItlK'lt uf wy () Oil) 3717 r,4 I Bullock on Tuesday e'"..ninl{. Mrs\ M. :Mrs II. J. Patrick of Orlando; Mrs. '
O Wells entertained her
at home
.
W Bell and Mr. and Mr .
W. family *
T'FAL ONTfJE OK I.MTS" J.l.qn.-) I.IMN 511,3121, 4N nr 417 Emmett street, many of theyounger ;
f I., SIN CO 17411 ilL, folks who have been .1. \11. WoodaH\ and children and ,v.
long
--- Vernon Woodall of Lakeland Mr
: : liianil 1 Total' '. 0IIG2( '12US 21- friends of the families of the honorees and Mrs. T. J. Woodall. and; son ,
:, and the and the e.vent We Our
hostess Customgrs
Mrs. Jeffords and children ; Mr*. Keep Happy !
Ill!; IT FtTRTHKIc HKHI.VKI). That the ('lt\' Oounrll .Rhall ni..i-t nt was one that was thoroughly enjOy-I Mattie Bell Seiver and daughter:
; '2':00' r>. m. on the 4th day of JanuarA. l>, 1921 at the ('''"I1.'n Chitnilicr Innitw able. Everything the guests neededfor I
0 .J City Hall for the purponn of hearIng any and nil complaint, whIch" th.t .- .pleasure was 'provided-not forgetting I Mr. and Mis J C. Griffin anddaugnt.er
owlivr or owners of said loin, or any other PVIBUII. 01 iieiuoim lntoriKt.il lu ; Mrs Elizabeth Waring
c 'alfl Iroprovemi-nt may ilculra to make against the east of xalil ImproM'iiii-nt,, [! most toothsome refreshments and children; Marie Harper; Mrs. rf.
d- and the rlnlmi of ..,,''d liens and delightful
I in quantity) a
I 1 HRBOLVKD FUHTHKR. that the ',,"'rk shall give )II-KH! notion of Ih,' evening was", spent Lizzie Floyd and daughter; Mr. and GAMSEI f.:1'f.-(
completion of nald work by publlHhliifir, nald. rcnolutlun. aroidliiK" to law In Mrs. Ambrose Jones, of Annmton, :<'
tS , a weekly newspaper. publlihed In the. Bald city of Kl Hlrnm'e., Those present were Misses Violet Alabama; Mrs. Sarah Cohoon; Mr.
Notlco ,I I. hereby given that the Coundl' of the City or KUHlmm<. will Bullock; Margaret Brunhon Lydia Comhs and .
7IW'et on the 4th 4ay of January, A, 1). Kit at the Council, Clmmlx In mtld' Conner Carolyne Fnpp Lucy Lup- and Mr*. Garnet daughter
4 A city at 7:00: p. m. tor the purpose*, of hearing any nnd nil complalntA' whUh ; Mrs. Judd and daughter. 'Good '.
the fer, Elizabeth Parker, Margaret SeryicG" No Matter Line. ",
owner or owners of any of the above deacrlbvd. lanilM. or other pi"i'Bonn' HowJLonSThe
interested. In said Improvements. may desire to make ,nKnlnit the cost of Stanford. Ada Louise Simpson, Mat- AFTERMATH !
CHRISTMAS
such: Improvements. tie Stanford Mary Tiller, Katherine I' ,
I BIT- Order of. the Council, this 14th day of December A. n 1 20fSRAL. Wells PROVED UNPLEASANTLYAND
.' S .) J. R OII.BCIIT. Tiller, Dorothy ; Walter Bass WHILE THIS STOCK i'l
', t ;'a.1t. City Clerk.S . Roy Graves John Graham Sheldon SORELY EXPENSIVE LASTS
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'I orJ' ... "Those fines may seem a little stiff Prices i
.- -tA- -at .rt to you who have to pay them! ," said Special on Tires

; t. f'kA' Police Judge Cadel' Monday "morning.
: }, uddressing those whose fines had 6000 MILE GUARANTEE

DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDCE CEO. T. SINGEL TAR Y been fixed "but I am determined :

that the streets of Kissirnmce shall '
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ftortfmtf Ctuhitr STANDARD
t be free of unpleasant conditions. We MADE

have either to reward to the law
pay R. D. Clincher- iii
_ _._ $11.50 I ,

long or we as shall I am have lodge no Kissimmee, I shall affix As 30x3Y2' N. S. Clincher_ _ ____ _h_ :: : 1450 \ )

,t4 : '"' heavy fines to all such cases aa these ......... 31x4 N32x32 S. Clincher- ._ __ h h __ 20.00 6"

r brought; before the!" '! !N. S. Straight Side___ __ ___ 16.50 /...t*'
The room was crowded with spectators 32x4 .. "'" I

"\ e The Pinch in the Purse I o'clock: when court mominll.-anrl opened at there ten 33x4 :: :: __U -- -- 23.00 24.00. .:,;. '

' Monday ., --- -- -- '. "
was a mob at the door and another 34x432x4'2 2550 ,'I'

r t ; The pinch in !the purse will be less if you give your wife a reaching around to the partially ; -:::i" :11 29.50 "I".

i; Bank Book for Christmas. The pocket-book always leaks-nickles, opened windows: had the place been 33x4!/Z :: :: :: :: __ __ 30.50 a" .N,,:
/ double the size there would doubtless r' 1
dimes. quarters, slip away. The household bank account n"&t only have been three times the number 34x4'235x4'2' .. ___: __ :_: 32.00 : .!,

It ' I holds these small sums, but keeps track of the dollars gives a record jresent. The disturbances of the 37x5 .. __- 35.00 ,':
I previous day had ben told! and re- I----- 4000

t ,;;. and receipt for every dollar spent. Surprise her this Christmas told. gaining in weight and import- 35x536x4i .. --- 3650 1f.

;. fe: ; \)' with a Bank Book. Make it as fat as possible. Next year you and ance many as the were publicity anxious progressed to see the; ,,'i .. .. 111111111 36.00 ,1'M.

I li"' will not have cause to complain of the high cost of living. premised developments ..>

The first rase contained dark evidence We only have a limited stock at ;.

of confused testimony-and this price. Above quoted r
: only a Solomon could have perhaps prices ;
will "b
b Bank of Osceola County indpYstood all of. it. Sam Gihbs apply only to stoc, on hand. ., ;

Josh Green and Alonzo Green seem- ,-.

pd to have enjoyed a fw cas-and
Hours 9 a. to 3 m.
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there was a coat slashed in several

nlace to prove there was a.\ knife in

ftI the crowd: there was also some line Lxipfeir & PratKerI

I cial ]lying bv those interested. Judge; I

: Cadel said that the quickest way out .
t (" was the t'allie"t-and assessed $25 OVERLAND AND i
" L The Bank With the Ability COLUMBIA CARS
( : from each of the three contestants

'and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS UNS URED Enoch Tyson, of _Saint Cloud was I PHONE .136 KISSIMMEE FLA.
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before the court on a charge of dis. ,
& : orderly conduct. lie seemed to think

the thing didn't amount to much- -
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4PsJdVlr r1VL v'II but was informed by the Judge that ,
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