Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 7, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00993
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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One':of the blocks---on:- .,Vernon avenue County Starts the New YearCOMM19SI0NERS' The largest attendance; of" the 'WITH SPORT .

ITS TEAR'PROGRAMIN i south started 4n a' short time fisceok Ion stand.gathered Sunday in, afternoon and about-the;' ,
since on-a period of improvementsthe -
was ]lined each lid for a' ."
intention being that all residents .
MODEST MANNER there to be bettered :,A sleep- :1 siderable distancethe( COMING
were ; : '' ere .
'for- the' Kats .homwas streets crowded with cars- ,
the lot the '
constructed'' another was added' to "i adjoining >> Win The Mile i Track' '
I'Member'Tlare.);; : mity of the. bandstand
p New. + Hundred the'' Sanderson home, 'Judge. T. M. was "
i > Names For Jury-Box. 'and Warm Murphy erected a stucco garage for A. F. BASS ,JoHN HANSELL W C. McCLELLANDIRA thlckJ1j hundreds with'of those crowded without vehicles; Resound With Life, ;
his Rolls and right there the cars : and Many Pint Attraction
Roycei( ,
OyeiMatter'of'P.or-Fsrni' | ;
.Up D.jOVERSTREEiT. Chairman 'I closely congregated. It .was the
progress stopped because it was H. WETHERBY 'E. L ...J j
-- fdund, that material could not, be t6 : verse assertion that the going to, bring to KIs-
'''j ,i The new: board of county commit easily obtained. Yetthe, residents of band is the best aggregation,: .from all sections of. r
sloners on Tuesday unanimously that portion of the. city insist; on has ever entertained the 'audlen and even from outside the +
elected E. .L. D. Overstreet chairmanof "pointing with pride"' to the results Sheriff Clerk" Judge Kissimmee. T. A. Arms, after he had )' rr

the board, and in 'accepting: the thus ,far brought about. L: OVERSTREET T. L. COMERRepre.enuiive presented his plans to
post MrOverstrert avowed that he L. .R. FARMERJOHN commissioners and had
,never again intended to serve on the I SAINT CLOUD BANK grant. for the use of the ,
board and because! -ot that resolve he'' NEW BANKING FIRM fairgrounds for the four , his best to properly fill the '
R. 'GODWIN this month-Wednesday- 1' +'e
position. > YIELDS DIVIDENDSFOR Fridav. and Saturday.
There was but one application for 1 1 27, 28, and 29 "And '
the post of county attorney-that being TAKES FIRST STEP _c a class of races that
from W. J. Steed; but there "wasno" excelled by fair in ''
Awessor S K" LD any
compensation named in the appli- Tax Collector We are to have running 4

,cation, nor were the services which ,BUYS KRITZ BLOCK WILLIAM I. .BARBER C.. L. BANDY' j Georgia, from Vermont,
would be tend'eredthe./ board, in case .. Bank of Saint Cloud, 'lets' away as Oklahoma-all

In of the appointment matter was stipulated.deferred, to a Action later I Merchants ad'F earn rs Bank of Kis Three Years Old, It Showing I and. And all with on the reputa.clos .

meeting. simmee Secure Splendid Comer ; Growth nat It RemarkableA ,.
County Superintendent of Schools shall have a card of' au- k
The matter of county dependants for Institution I that will be''a hum.. ,
was discussed to a considerable ex C. E. YOWELL second 'dividend in one will be entrants that u

tent. The list of all receiving: boun- Negotiations; wli{ ch have been each of tf'npercent, in ,: ': a larre gallery from all
ty from the counteach month had' pending: for several months 'were unusual-vet this is what has I i Florida. You know Kit
been wiped out bv the old board b4 'I closed Wednesday evening, when fi done by' the Bank of Saint ; a full mile track-and
fore retiring: from its administrationand !'nalpapers passed in the Bale of the i County Board of f Education and the institution has been I only1 five!> of that sort in +
it will be up to the present Kritz building, corner of BroadwAy' business jess than three years. j I south. The track is ideal
board to reinstate such of the num- l and Darlington, which has been occupied -, WALTER LANIER W. C. BASS Chairman H. H. HULL This second dlvid..ndf ten ; ." '

ber as it may use At. In. this regard:: for nearly 'a year by J. W. District No.2' v District No. 'I I District No. 3 cent was declared when the I is to have four gala days *
Commissioner John( Hansel! could not Wilder as a photo studio. The price ..I' of the' bank met on Friday, (' ( of which 'will be told
,undeistand why it was' that this paid for the blocs) has not been made ( ber 31-Mtnd the step wan more The event is now being:
.' county, owning as it did poor-farm I public-but the figures are in considerable I the most optimistic stockholders a complete way-and it is
,.1 l which was secured to provide a homer I in advance of the former OSCEOLA COUNTY WANTS A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONTHAT'S I II anticipated; and the fact that of the projector of the en. \
for Indigents: could not care for' sale; indicative' a healthy increase i I bank is now showing an acirregate thousand will flock to

.. those who had been receiving bounty Of value in that district. Rumors deposits exceeding $180,000 is I as they ,did in the days r
'.each month, and the institution be I have been current that there was THE J 1- I NOW LET'S GO .1.I matter- that speaks well for the There will he a real fair
f!. made In part at least, aelf-eustainr possibility the new banking Institution +, agement of the concern,which I many exhibits of manu-

.f "trig He u/ged that other counties would purchase the property of n e'et' hearty recognition from I ; in addition there will be, '
; made their poor-farms largely- self the defunct State Bank-as all the I \-. I I resident of Saint Cloud. carnival and midway
lust.ininlrand; h> believed that the : needed fixtures for a financial concern i The Bank of !Saint Cloud has 1 having been made

farm owned by Onceola county could. of this nature wore already Incorporated : 1 issued its annual greeting:-and Smith's Greater Shows to I
(i do likewise. therein; and rumor also this announcement especial. the fairgrounds with their W
Commissioner liansell showed the insisted that other locations had KISSIMMEE-SAINT CLOUD-MELBOURNE is laid upon the fact that its II complete.
county wa : now paying: about $3300 been selected by those in charge or I do not include any public funds desire of the manage
each year for charity of thin. niti're securing. suitable quarters any nature-it ninw the poi+cy have each day a card of
and he thdupht considerable( of this I bank. soon to open;' out lee pdrehaee CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY IS FAR AHEAD the institution not to apply for cow ponies, and a call is

amount could be laved if a use was ,herein mentioned will' 'dispell all city or county monies. owners shall make Im- a
i made of the noer-farm; and, at the I gossip.. The present officers of the The cow pony races'
same time the property made the Wilder, whosei; lease on the COMPARED WITH ALL PROPOSED ROADS lof Saint Cloud are all residents upon as a. great feature1/
'. more valuable by the improvementthat I Irrnperty ran for several months i that progressive "city: J. K. '' fair -and there are enough {' +
could pe created through the efforts I with an option of renewal, ''accept'' i president; W. H. Tunnicliffe, : and 'good ponies to onake 1

of those being cared for. Several an offer for his contract, and will Surfacing of But Few Miles Will Make The First Perfect Crost-State Highway president; and 0. R. Bleech, ing: each day. !,

portion discussions of them followed--the taking issues major with lery move on on Emmett Monday street to his, and former the work gal- : Fifty !Niles Needed To Complete. Like Roadway Ia Southern A Poito/fice Romance 'I. ;,gala details days of will.this appear coming in t

the eomml. ionOr. It was stated that fit entirely remodeling the lower Portion of State - '- -,. ... : issue of The' Gazette, and t
the Indigent might be well-cared for floor tit the building will immediately Friendship, New York. Mr. Arms will be

' there-but the xpenso would be: far commence. A considerable force of If the state. highway commission will but do the fair thing,: for the' Love, Virginia.: get In touch with all who *
|'glin excess of what was being: paid out workmen will be employed, as it, is unfinished portions of tho highway between Kissimmee, Saint Cloud, and Kissimmee, Florida.' ,_ event be interested 'In
other lines; that it would! not be the leaire of the incorporators of Melbourne; there would very quickly be completed ''the most convenient I Ring, Arkansas. event one that will. bit' '
possible to "make" a man work who the institution to have the bank Florida. that would Parson. Kentucky. of
new cross-state roadway' in And the. fact completion ..: wedge creating a.
might be ra/ed. for by the county;, ready for occupancy at a very early ho effected without excessive cost-and the fjurther fact that the .thorough- Reno, Nevada. pleasure l and spar, each .
and that in no case would an inmate, date. . -(are 1. -a must needed one-are logicin yrelseons 'why the work should be I Ittlnols\ llT.r 'Mine 'tbe7!; 6r/ater' ;:
cared for at the low
> price which '
The. sale was made through the hastened. entertaining .. .
theX:small allowance of each person Breaker "Realty Company. "Conditions are favorable for the work of perfecting this highway : - ;y ,
t Farmer In the ,past who hud bad kept beer them.In charge Sheriff of and there is much progress in this section depending upon its completion. ; NEW LUMBER YARD SONGS", i4; '
The several gaps where the travel is now at times difficult--to be pro- t'r'i
..'/ the institution for several years, en- SAYS PRISON FARM rise there are but two-are commented upon through all states to the BY BAND NEXT SUNDAY. r ;
: rtered into a detailed explanation of v-T r-u1, __
the conditions surrounding attempt north and west who send visitors here to Florida; for every automobilejournal 1 WILL SOON SERVEKISSIMMEE -
to conduct the farm in a manner points out the 'lack of continuity of otherwise Excellent roadways.The pleasing program
to care for the score of county AT RAIFORD SEEMS splendid folder issued by the Florida East Coast railway. says, under;: for. the band concert i
i dependants. The entire, matter was the heading of Melbourne: < *-i', -J) afternoon-something out
left for deeper investigation A cross-state highway i. hard-surfaced except a short gap "" The following num=
Three open hundred names were select. LIKE PICNIC ,which will soon be finished. Melbourne. is the eastern terminus ,:","-,' .....:- prove. very,attractlve' to
eb for the jury-box( by the commissioners JjUOE for this road. Adjacent to Melbourne'' are over 300,000 acres. ,of Promise of Cttabluhment of ,(entertaining music I ,

.. from their various districts., fertile land. .. for .."Mornlng.. Noon and Night;
'''.( A petition from Leo H. Wilson, County Commissioner Baiiden Conclude The latest and most perfect roadmap of the' state points out the two Supplying' Needs of ." -____.?.._-.- .s Upyv

; county demonstration agent, asking Institution it missing points of perfection. on this cross-state highway-and locates Will Stimulate Building ," ..,1____.. Bennett,
++, that his salary be increased from Reformatory them with accuracy. No resident at either of the terminals or dwelling 1'wo'New'MelocU ,: t, "
if ,: the amount now being: received But A Playground on A Large between the two points can for a moment dispute the ill-conditions ac- The Phillips Lumber ) ___-...?-.-.., Conrad i,
'J' brought out some discussion. NO' Scale companying making a, trip. It is true that the road is travelled every will resume its sales of lumber : Nest" _______-__ flinch
iw fault was found with the work of' day by many vehicles.* Some days much of the mileage: will be better this city asv soon as the "Auld Scotia?: __Lauder
than other sometimes the entire mileage will be worse than work of the establishment- of '
Mr. .Wilson-all members speakiyin .t John II Baisden, who has been upon days < : Intermezzo".wKing -
71, word., of high praise for what he holding the post of commissioner for usual and there are days when in early morning a car can make the en- yards attention -and.wilh By Request '" '
f was doing:; but the question that Osceola county, was at Raiford last tire 'distance in l1igh-gear-yet at night will be forced to shift into low special to caring for The Old Folb*' .Lake r
"f. seemed to be uppermost with the 1'eek-and' looked over, the entire considerable distances. I patronage. In times past this -"Make that Trombone N

"" Jt commissioners was. would the' people situation which J. S. Blitch is The' press of'the state has made frequent assertion that the present de-.shlpping after the .._?...";_..??.,...'- dark "'. ,
t VU approve of an increase at this tnneT I' superintnedent. Now he is, of the board of the highway commission was decidedly favorable to a good highway : In carlot to Final -

.a :Mr. Wilson anked board firm belief that the affair is a "joke: ''from1, where entrance would be made by those coming by the way of parts of the country; and it was Banner"......;*,. ;Key t'r
matter had .. .
r ft serve action'in the till it I ITo' in various and declares-that .Valdosta direct rdown through the centre of Florida. far as Kissimmee'' prepared to" care for' the local "',
"* made close investigation as to'what there' ways wonder- that convicts 'af- -thence direct to either the east or the west coast. .If this declarationbe trade which was not sufficient reported -14)85 allures' ,

,1" ,,"\, ..other. counties were paying liVe of- ter escaping'no and,, seeing what the correct-and it certainly appears" logical-the earliest work should be justify the outlay .required to &$ liabilities' Ia' the rj' .
fleers-and the matter was allowed world has in store for them' done on' that portion of the route which most needs improvement.. That tain such. business It .'fol'.Nov mbet. This'
'!J. f,,to!rest.. l* anxious to get back as 'soon are as very section is between Kissimmee and Melbourne. That, Is the only 'section The demand for' home largest. number;since' ; Janus: "
v possible
to the ,sheltering' arms of the that la not fairly attractive at all times. The remainder the route will was not large enough, to induce a ;' .- . 't i s'
prison farm. I need work, it is true, but there are to be found no spots so bad as those tail department-and it is -
>'N-EW > cross-state even now, that for a. time the '
JUDGEn'EIGNS I appearing on this) real highway.' x
T : '"The whole" said, tiling looked":like a : The Gazette would urge Forrest Lake to visit Kissimmee as soon as will be small; but,, with : VALUES! '

: joke( to me,. the' former, county possible. From here he will be carried in the finest automobile in thl4cft perfected 'for willynaturallytbe; :
official., "I nave heard).. great m.ny. across to'' Melbourne. Then he brought back over the same precisely, what
{: :,. T,. I. COMER' BEGINS complaints bestowed N upon 'Sim'Blitch' route) Upon arriving in' Kissimmee wile the trip Is completed there is I manded by those (Contemplating PALM FRONDS'
t the .manner' in '
regarding no doubt that the assertion would be made that immediate) would the erection of homes.'or the '
'lVhich. ,he wag conducting the place 'tak work and which have- been' of houses( and bungalows the "
state the make good on the pledges '
J 'HIS TERM OF"DUTY and the sutcens he was gaining in I' heretofore given. Forrest Lake is known as a man loyal to the. state ,, and ditions i which are sb often found STORY "

managing' the'institution; but Idon'tcall to every Interest of the state; ,and it would require but a small outlay of essary to all ,residences, U is the BUSY ,
1: : it .I. eueeee; No, sir not by lief of the that .
; his time to learn how the entire state would benefit by-the perfection of company'' ,: "' ...... '
His Net. Office at Courthouse any means. Why, those;convicts atehavlnA' will eventually.-ncrease. There ;
/Occupies this highway. There could be but one result from his trip. k
the time' of their! lives. .* .. ........ Prepoutioai
Some be an Incentive for the building /
1' ,
-., Distributes Numerous G- Citizens of Fort .Myers are authority for. the assertion that "but fifty
of them off fishing wherever they in. demand-when Promise t. Utilize F0: '
are miles remain' to be completed of the cross-state road' in that southern homes-always His
I ,gars, and. Leeks Fully His Part think the fish will best bite; there Much reached Is found that long and tedious Date' '. ,
'of portion of the state. of that road has not a' poiqt beyond Each !
lot them
*:*. are a doing nothing; the survey. Citizens ,of Palm Beach county are still'"In the air" over the and the complex situations 1 i.1r L'I '
; Adieu, Judge ''MurphyWelcome there .few of them "
are a cutting a arise when lumber Is ordered that'stim. %
f '' possible completion of the road that plans to reach Ritta and touch the a happy'thought --
Judge Comer! ditch \ .and I / 'that the
; ( distant points are no more.
,, Comer thyreciolent of Lee county line with a view of carrying travel across at that pointThere vi Story.. to 'put >into
h *Judge was I management is now making' arrangements As soon as the date for ''the
for the ..
no'assurance', that the road will be completed for several years.Because plant\ manufacture
'4>- .'many; congratulations yesterday up- to take off* the stripesfrom of these' facts it is most essential that the Kissimmee-Saint ing of the yards of the Phillips *,'palms-.-and: ,the plan, '
his officeat the courthouse
-ontaking the' prisoners! X ber Company shall be arranged *
r for thetourl.tA ,"artlncUl" from
hand Cloud-Melbousne highway be .immediately completed-not only palm
: and was a
notice will be found in the
1 Mendenhal! while I wis '
\ wishes that Be saw who are anxious to' see both coasts with a minimum of travelr own k t I.tlhre and many good there. lie'' was sitting by a stove- of The Gazette. In the ,""
residents counties. fausual'and tsfr'
but for the of Osceola and Brevard ." somethlngj, ;;
.t would make record a.his .
*i a those' "
building 'will "
M bit contemplating '
the morning was chillyandseeiped ,
a Every citizen of Osceola county and of Brevard county is anxious to oJ: i
pradec .or to be' worried about nothing. well to see the management,: and .-'manufacture, f
muchof these;,
unanimous that
:,\\.t, fef. "I'm gobs to do the very best see this highway completed., There is feeling fer Just what lines will be : '
There were a number of prisoners of upon -' of them
"i W that In lies make clean of- i the progress of the two counties depend largely upon this ]line sizes-all' :
,me tl) a most in demand.
about the and they
i there of 'the'actual S
" tidal said the new incumbent "In transportation. There are great tracts ,of good lands in Osceola 'county impress' :
-"ad.1'l1 have to do it, you know. : were telling stories/. ,merrily a* if that ceeminglyawait but means of easy access to bring about a development LYNCH INTERESTSTO where. production j 1* -4-:
M they were In their own homes. And that would enhance all values' Those"realding along the lower east "..t. in 'pots or''eontai en
The democrats. will be watching my
"t *1''. acti-ind the republican., willJscrutiniie'me 'they were all sure of 'three,.squares* coast could eaye"more than;a hundred miles of travel if this means'of CONTROL LOCAL natural that one ,.
every ,
closer every day-without 'worrying as to Crossing! 'the'stave were made available; and both the east coast and the AMUSEMENT can 'detect the 'decep':
p. $ even ; so youcan to how the grocer' and the butcherwere west coast would receive more, frequent visits from the tourists if they -- .>productions also,.'possess'
"rt have hands full during
ft ''ee 111 mv to be paid. Seriously. I think this < ,. '
therere' might make use of the highway between' Melbourne and Kissimmee. At the termination of which is lacking In
term, of office. Then
wi tl. my They will keen that l I. no way to treat prisoners. A Prompt action from the' state highway' commission U urgently requested the Casino will pass from the frond: there'will be" no ". ,,
man le placed there as a punishment of C. Jordan to the shade
I.I is to relieve the present condition. C. Lynch o 'changing of. a'r
-.- / .closetab on me: Then, for having'committed some crime. will
that tint *
prises- corporation having natural green ; s
I! ''bl f 'the great public, interested only in What punishment Is 'it' to"" have a ,
'cured the control of the Dixie 'bright .s' when tak.n4v 'j>/
,.:: 4:' t..j. having a administration It all the, ,with "..* '
.- } looks to me a<,if f I. would have a pretty good'time' day very Sears Record Good Says House some time since.: It was 'JI n, : . i i'.7. t'.
/I of food 1.ndaome' '
tlm.;' little'plenty pod' to I that the latter house was to nds- of. two4o lo!, 'ti"sb::::
busy In ::1001dne, after myac.tbas. ,hard: eat subject to none of,the..Inequali I the firstof the present year .l'l1a.... been issued by ,Mr. ';' 'ih't,
.,-; But Fm joint to .work ties-of weather ''with keeper who I Cler&andOffers r' Proof For It
.' to ;give. an admlDl.tratloJlnd a ,, . >. there were some complications?'' i, '/describing .'\these pro1 1 11, !;, '
strives to introducing. newvMrV'BalsdPh
the transfer and these befnir.aent'.ta- ,
'keep ) garding ; i and these are
i' y and If. I'do'thatiand'.aatisfymT.ownmind .been: ''fair: in mY tadsV': > : V "i h: ,1' CogresussrFre.t:J1. Dhstrfct' hisr'districtand; : that It would be been wiped out by the '. : .of all states, .There. ul '' a ,f'
have .
that I. '
"'.': the sal.a--aDc d'it'
*'4 ..ho'"al 'provedfene say regarding phds.beingworkad.'out Som. orL these assertions were no plete details as to the plans of ; : mybJ"JM
Mias"+Han.Boyd., Murphy! e11! *s continue in the institution-nd-' several ''uY'ttiotte --\1..f/ '.. +I. not'p
;; will CoP who listened were.J;sharp ,Ia- their : During the-, campaign there....werenumerous' to gain any information made public. The C..loo'wUl, from ...t-lndlvidu.; ,x
am '" .i Itytor. .. ,, Judge-T..L., critlcisims' of the 'methods 'which assertions current to the .These. imputations preyed -upon' the as"......,.until definite,.arr small deatenJ'Irt"'then'" ,.
,m.(" ..I"" ",! .. they--had 'previously" heard were' In effect that. Congressman W. J.-. Sean retarued'Congressman. and when heCOBt .N 'announced pasting. to the, _''With which to-:reclw'1: w

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HIGH FREIGHT RATES the. railroads on Florida oranges HOLIDAY VISITORS '
MEAN HEAVY LOSSES shipped during the. last ten days of RETUftN TO; STUDIES RUBMY'TISMIt ,
November and,;.first fifteen days of :
TO ,FLORIDA GROWERS December is i greater than the amountof There was' a-generous: outpouring DR: BUCKMSTER CITY
money received by the growers from K-issimmee Sunday'' eveningeach a powerful Antiseptic and: P.I.l .
$ Hundred of cars 'of Florida or- for- the' fruit, This certainly proves of the students
l' angers have been sold In the north that the increased rates amount ta to this city 'to'many spend a respite returning from l killer, "curei infected. cuts, old sores, MEAT jgRKEfFresh .
? during theVnasffew weeks at prices something and come out of the-pock school duties' endeavoring to remain letter etc. Relieved .Spraini II Neuralgia ,KISSfflMEE'SOSTEOPATH;
which left little or nothing for the ets of the\ growers. here as long as possible. But the
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and in the Florida has a large crop'! of good '' .
growers, many case limit of time was Sunday last-and Rheumatiim. '
t ,fruit did not realize. enough' topay oranges this season, There la also those who had been "having a goodtime' I' Meat nd.
rout of picking:, hauling*, packing:and a large eropof good oranges on the "' found they must 'depart. It I
r trees in California. Better market
'frei is possible the list is not completefor RESIDENCE VegetablesPhb
,w While Shipments of Florida or. conditions 'are hoped for during January -*- there were many in the varioiA, DENTIST OFFICE AT ER :
K ahirea were heavy, supplies of com- l I
pet Hive citrus fruit were fompara- prospects are not favorrfblo for prof, secured returned to various points OFFICE HOURS: I to U.JO. 1:10 t. .. .
lively',Hsrht, and under normal -condition itable prices view of the present as shown below t Residence Phone 174- and Emmett 1 Street pe 44-
+I the markets would have absorbed high freight rates. To Tallahassee: Helen Bass Or- -Office' Phone 1S8 I I
k the Florida oranges at reasonable It is hoped the railroads will reaLIze pha Rose, Mary Tiller.. Irene Reed, ,. _
prices that the increased rates are not Carolyne l<' Margaret' Stanford, .
t General conditions throughout the justified on Florida oranges nor upon Mattie Stanford, Mary Singcltary, ..
d country, hpwever, have not Been vegetables and that they will see Norma Griffin ,
Rood. The south did not take its the advisability fostering Indus- To the Mary Baldwin preparatory / 4.
usual proportion of the shipments tries which provide them with vast school at Staunton Virginia: Miss ,..
on account of the purchaiuflg'power and profitable tonage and put freight Tlcia Louise Simpson .' .
of the consumer' being; below normal rates back to the proper basis. To the preparatory school at An- .
an a result of low prices on cotton. derson, South Carolina: Dot Makin- '
Thin forced a larger percentage than 32,171 SQUARE MILES son and Mamie I'illey. : .t.T;
usual of the shipments into the middle FREED FROM CATTLE To Maryville, Tennessee: Miss Al-
western and eastern states. The pha Westfall.To .
sentiment in this" territory was also! I St. Mary's preparatory school

very bearish account, general business at Raleigh North Carolina: bliss .....
conditions. As a result, low The relative progress made by the Lucy rupfer THE UNIVERSAL.CAR. . .
o prices ruled. southern states originally indented To Tampa Business College:' Wil-
t An important point is that while with cattle ticks is issued a tabulated ma Wilson.To .
the average price delivered in the statement just l by' the Sutherland, Florida: Mary ...
\ markets during December'will' not United States Department of Agri Hodnett. \ '
net the growers cost of production I I culture. The figures are complete to To Stetson: Miss Gussie Winn. f The Ford CoupeMORE "
the same average price a few years December\ 1, 1920 the end for the To Gainesville: Burton Ames, Henry -
.I;, ago gave the growers about enough I fiscal year for this classof work Edwards, Harry Singeltary, Will J and more this fine enclosed. car for two-but it will 'carry three-is "e...
to cover cost of production. The total tick-infested area on July M. Tiller, C. H. Summers, Bryan ,
Florida orange growers' are now 1, 1906, when systematic eradication Simpson. ing in popular demand. Strongly built the body rest upon that marvelous -

paying freight rates which are about began was 728,565 square miles. On To Georgia Institute of Technology Ford chassis. It brings modern-day convenience:
I 6-2-3'; higher titan the rate paid I Jeeember I, 1920, 70 percent of that Atlanta: Bert Wells, Ned Bul- touts owner every
f r in 1917. I I area had been freed of ticks and released lock.To easy riding-while sliding plate glass, windows make ''it breezy and cool in hot weather:
The railroad officials argue that the< from quarantine leaving only Locust Gro\re, Georgia: Irlo '
increased freight rates come out of 218,474 square miles infested with I i Bronson. du f proof and water-proof when the windows are closed---it i is cosy and comfort-
:\ the This however is not the pent. The area which still remains -
consumer. There four of Saint
were girls
; true in connection with perishables. I infested and therefore under Cloud attending Tallahassee whose able in inclement and wintry weather. Then there i is the durability of the car coupled -

Selling prices of perishables are federal quarantine is as follows: do not in this list and economyof
; miles names appear ; with the low first cost .and the saving of money in operating expense.
\ governed' by the law of supply and I Square there were Kis-
demand. It is impossible to name remaining infested simmee now in attendance 'at various Behind it, and every other Ford car. is that unsurpassed "Ford AfterService"which
: end maintain a selling price on fruits Alababa __nnnn_ 3,252 colleges, who failed to return to
Arkansas 19,632 i is given by the of Ford dealers scattered all the together with
and vegetables based on cost; consequently nnunn spend the holidays. Osceola county army over country \
4 Florida ___ ____ __ 47,980 '
the increases in -
: freight n u u is accredited with sending large
some 15.000 authorized until the Ferd owner is always within immediate 'I i
__ garages
Georgia 15,694
rates are paid by the producer, and nnnu number of her young folks to e uca- t ,
9\ the Flerida orange grower has suffered Louisiana nnnu____ 15,490 tional institutions. touch of dependable, reliable service where the genuine. Ford parts, and the genuineFord
__ __
'. on account of the exorbitant North Carolina __ -- 10,087 '
',' and unreasonable freight rates in Okalohoma -_.u______ 4,047 methods'are applied in the care of this car. ....
effect. Texas ___uunn___ 100,606 Talk of High Cost of 1 _.
,; The railroads argue that the increases Virginia _______nuu 1,686 The Ford Coupe administers to a great variety of owners, from the physician
in freight charges are The total area released during the
.u so
email as compared to the prices paid year 1920 amounted to 32,171 square Medidine"Although to the traveling man. from the engineer to the architect and then for a pleasure car

"f. by the consumer, that they do not miles. Owing to discontinued local for two it i is unbeatable. Week your if you want a Ford Coupe, be- .
eradication in
make any difference one way or the effort to complete tick I paid only $2.00: for
'I other. This is fallacy, however, as some areas released from quarantine two bottles of Mayr's Wonderful cause we went \o make delivery as quickly as we can but we must have a little time.
market conditions on oranges during: It 'was found advisable to re--quarantine Remedy I wouldn't take $100 for
e December have proven that the pro counties but this was not what two doses have done for me. Come in and talk it* over. '
; done in Florida. My partner has also taken a dose e I
high I'with wonderful results. He was
additional", freight charges paid to Subscribe for the Valler Gazette 'threatened with an operation for I.P. TIMMQNS '
_- ___, _ ____ h___ _ stomach and bowel trouble and is '
., sure he will be all right 'Tiow. We

bloated both suffered with gas.from" It indigestion is a simple and, 'Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealer

harmless preparation that removes
I.fyour Cof ee..Pot the catarrhal mucus from the Intes- FLORIDA
tinal tract and allays the inflammation

,t has boiled too often which causes practically all stom- 1
ach trouble, liver and intestinal ail-
ments, including appendicitis.. One
'f / IT too of coffee dose will convince or money refunded. _. .
many cups -- -- ----- ---- --- -- -
J. Z. Roberson, and druggists every-
I 1 have set your stomach where. -. .. 4 Oti"0000+400t '

\ :
X and nerves on edge, put KISSIMMEE FIRM OPENS

: 1' the pot on to boil again- STORE AT AVON PARKA :. Commencing Today Friday January 7
'.. I, ,
notice of intention to apply for
f But this time use papers incorporating the firm of : I I
: ,.' "Katz Brothers" in being published '
C In the Avon Park' Pilot and names and Continuing Through Saturday \
POSTUM for incorporators and officers for the r. .
first term H. M. Katz, president;
Ethel M. Katz, first vice-president; ': e" : .
; .
Adele P. Katz, second vice-president; .. January 15 '
CEREAL J<2. D, Katz, secretary and treasurer \"" 1,' I I :
t" ,
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The capital' the concern will be ... ,1 / '
20000.; .
The purpose of Katz Brother is- to =
,. inplaceoFcofceeBoil open and conduct a store at Avon ....
Park that will be of a higher class /
than ordinarily found in such communities =
it a full fifteen minutes -.-and to carry a stock .of

\ 'after boiling starts / garments for men, women and children .. YOWELL-DREW CO'S UNUSUAL"I
: ,
-of the same class as in their ; ,
and you, will bring out ,its tablishment in Kissimmee. The , I
ter will permit the establishment j
: rich satisfying 1latror.i carry, also, everything eB-1

i The'benefit Health will to household use.
to E. C. Duesenberry, long 'PRE-READJUSTMENT SALE
soon be apparent with the Kissimmee store of ,
I will remove to Avon Park-where he ,
will assume management'of the new '
; 'There's Season venture. 1- .I

/ Aching jointly rheumatic pains, ,
a Hadey neuralgia, can be relieved quickly by
: ; rubbing application of B&llard's
am Cereal Coropanjr.Inc Snow Liniment It IB a powerful penetrating "! -
remedy. Three sizes, 80c, Unlike any sale for years, this I '
Battle Creek.Michlgan. 60c and 1.20 per bottle. Sold by
v Roberson's Pharmacy. *. event has foeeti, prepared and reductions .

M t made without

I': IN NAMING LEGISLATORS 4jost on many Items--every line ,, .,

of merchandise
y Nees*papers {In all] sections of the in this entire. ,

"t' : IAII1ITTLC 'YfAfcHl VOUVE state 'are making frequent publication < store will be reduced to new low
of a list of senators and representatives
p .GOT YoRE who will make up the next price levels to ,conform with the
GROW! legislature. The list, however, is, jn v
AUTO UCED every instance, incomplete-there be- ... demands of 1921. ,

; ing no mention of' O ceol -county- ""
.. I.
expenses .
God- .. .
and it is understood that R.- F. .
/ win, of Saint Cloud, will be- "among I __

those papers present.publishing" It the will purported be well list for Eight Days of Real Bargains Will bee Presented to

t, have the roster made perfect. I \ the People of Central Florida.

No Great Act of Heroism Required,

If some great act of herolsnk; was
necessary to protect a fhildl''from
croup, no mother would hesitate to The prices presented are in such .
protect her off spring J but when it is .
ss i .s z only necessary to keep at hand a contrast to those of a year ago
s bottle of'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that : '' will be
you' amazed.
rase-4. R ; s''r 'aaF e, and give it as soon as the first
indication .of croup appears, there We Hope you'll be sure to attend
are many who neglect! it., Chamber ..
'' Ilin's1Cough Remedy is within, the .. this' sale and benefit by the bargains /- .,
'iIf' and it and ef-
reach of'all prompt .
fectual-; ** .... offered. Remember the datet '

January 7 ta 15. '
Death Of_ Little Gild
. ,
William Moses Fallen only -son of t
,f rMai Mr.-and Mrs P.' I. Pullen, of South
.. . '...'1 .j' Kissimmee, died'on the morning of "
-"" ,. .' ."., B.CRAWFORD 6t36.wiq'brak. 'a 'CoiFl... ,cad Saturday, January 1, st-ihe-age of : :
.JtIaIai months and .eleven day*. 'fQ.WEJ.Jp.ew CO.
y-o ? ATTORNEVlATJiAW. ;- .... Grippe ,. icker tLaa : firs The eighteen interment- was held .Rose Hill "
know -:Jiff
preTtatinf.Pa"' '
ttfleesf Sx4.,5. ',.and 7 Osceola cemetery Saturday afternoon : .
---.- ._'.-Y.,: ,K?---\- ,'o'clock. Thr parentshave FLORIDA
---rr---7 p. (VS: O L4.1SIOO: : I
+ Bank I BuJldlnyIIS8IUMEL .' '' i iWbers
,,t 'All 'the' reliffloUs and J civic '.rgam- sympathy of 'a large.'circle 'T r
f : ,FLORIDA rations of Lexington( Kentucky are of devoted friend >s "M GntralFlorMtt Shops r
united in a fight to the habIt ?
suppress I -
is Xalifornla'. .t. men ,have taken ....-: of coraing and swearing on ..thoctreetr. : > .andfive million .' -. \ I' ... .
..4F'a .two-million-doUar\ terminal : in the JtoUi lobbies: cafes,I' : I ,

elevator. atOakland.,..., I rand other public places. of:that,"/' "City.-J,,uni-ted v ,.. \ ..o . ..o..o., / ...... .l . .o.._.... .......... .,.i.... ...........,-........MM.....A

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'f. SPENT MANY HARD There will be fifty-three paydays.!,
': the be the coin '
TAPPING 1-IiE cu.rrent''ear.Bless'4 ,
i/ : JTH9UrH.T'T. ARE YOU '
I that grinds ,
I' ;' \, ..- <,- Ii EARNEDDOLLARSJacknosvj1l. * f.t< " ,
_:1 1 ''ByEiplainiag. 'JH01tN: . 'I ., .. Speeders Are Endorsed
55 .e.'i \ ' Blessed are the pace-makers.-for :
'MM Tried la rasa To they shall Inherit fines before the ,

:Omiu ono "Christmas,Glf,,.; I i" 'Get,, Relief: Taalae Restore Him Judge and thus help out the financesof GOING

iush, If'!. friends o' mine- .....- ,. any progressive city! t
\h There have been numerous shortcomings Don't you cryYO'U. ;- \ "I don't' anybody could '* ,. \ :,' \'
.... : in the columns of The Ga. ,. all roll down stair.Byeandby. get the wonderful relief I did and '
'cette for several weeks' -during ., ." keep silent about it," said Gean Wat- 'At the recent carnival l of the Elks" : TO
i which) time ,,I have been spending *' *" *" ton, of 509 West Adams street Jack at West Palm Beach it was advertised I ,
'many hours' at the bedside of my It'. Always ;That Way -r' i sonville Florida, ,th* other day. that "Red-haired men escorting.

only-daughter who,has been critically .. Did you ever ',know a traveling) "More; thai' -a,year ago my atom- I bowlegged" girls" would be "admit-
ill,' and has been patiently and salesman to leave, one job to,.-work ach went wrong; and after every I' ted; free. As/ there are but seven

softy listening for the.fummona of for another firm but what some ,local .meal I I bloated up with gas and, felt red-headed. men in that' city and
''Death for several days. In a time paper referred to the manas", a miserable for hours. I had to be there are nine' bowlegged girls 1 can '
lUke this omissions and commissions popular salesman?", No, 'I know mighty careful about my eating "for. see where two of the girls either RE-ROOF:
It. may be overlooked. "Klssimmee has you never did. I thank you _- there were very' few things /iat paid their way In or staid at.home
''t". been most kind to the-dear ill girl to ,*' \ !agreed with me at all. The misery *. *. I U, :
- 'her.motherahd,: ; to' tl rand whatever Sorter Geographically MixedAn 1 was .In from indigestion often kept Southern Chivalry? Oh Yea
may be the outcome 'we sincerely ap- advertisement in the LakelandAdvertiaer"tells me awake for hours at night. I At the election last week in Mel. ,

t | predate every action every sympa- of ,"lega t of Iamb direct -spent tnany a hard earned dollar trying bourne Mrs. Simpson candidate for -
k i thy every condolence. i" from' Chicago where the choicest to get ,relief but got worse all councilman, in a total of one hundredand --"- 'xlHOUSE
t.. W. U THORNDYKE. of lambs Ere raised!' Something (the time until, my condition began to forty-six votes cast, received two, *
40 *' *. *" wrong there boo something radically alarm me. votes '1 Yes, two; count 'em; two. t
4444444444444484 wrong.. The only thing about lambs "I kept hearing /so much' about And Mrs. Simpson! is extremely anx-
4 4 that is raised,in Chicago is the price. how Tanlac had helped other people ious to ascertain who it was that
*, ONE THORX1SM < That's whatever. I' thank: you. out of their troubles determined to cast that 'other vote. Yassum. YOUR

4 0 *" *' 'II give' it a trial and pot a. bottle. Well, -- *. DC" ,
00>' "Sleeping Sickne ll.or any < I'll Say lie Will sir, it took just three bottles to, Quit Hatpin 'Bout It
city results in (conditions not 4 It' is getting to be nearly that knock out: my troubles completely Mrs. P- A. Ruhl, editor of the -
favorable to Growth. Get-up, and 4' time of year when the fellow who My stomach never bothers me now. White Way of Sebring writes to the : -
Gimp and as mighty good IIntl4t'o. p liked to dress swell will wish that and 'if there was ever a time in my Tampa Times-In speaking of South .,
,septic I'd recwmend Push. 4 in place. that twenty-four dollar life when I felt better I don't know Florida:
Pluck,' and Pep. Laziness may 4 1!shirt he had two three-dollar garments (when it was. Tanlac is certainly the "And in the sensuous moonshine
be deeply rooted in some men- 4+ with the,, other eighteen dol- j right medicine for those who suffer "There is a swel-t refrain." a'e
*>'but I've known a lars In the bank. That other eighteen I from stomach trouble." It should be understood that poet's
I uproot some ofJt. When. city .1 dollars will noon be*, worth about Tanlac ia sold in KiRsimmcC by J. license Carrie with it no rights of ,
,'; 4 shows laziness well-it'" time thirty-six dollars belief. you me. 7. Robernqn and the Central: DrugStore !! "mo n"hlne" of any sort nature, or I
< (or. Second wife! 4o' Yassum. and in St. Cloud by the St character, and I privately-opine that I
e *. .'.. #. Cloud Pharmacy. the .reference-coming as it did a
4444x44440444404044Ha Merely Mattf'r"-O tl' > day or two prior to Christmas-was THIS YEAR
A Good KernelIn Says the Saint Petersburg: Times: made merely to make a lot of fel-
And Io It __ ,
Early lers thirstier 'n thunder. Not me, of
Lakeland there is a probability, God supplies a finer brandof .
that Scout Executive Filbert will I complexion tban She drug Merely in a suggestive spirit I am course--but there are others. Nor 'I I It. '
the assertion that but '358 ,
lose his arcount of fund making here in Kissimmee" !! eyether, where '
,. job on He does bo mebbe He days remain in which to d. y, C. s. everything is so durned--dry that dhej I
Even though filbert is but a nut the -
: 'j mothers. and fathers of the burg are does<< ; but the supply in RO emphatically I Could Make*" *" *" has to sprinkle the dew every morrting "]' Neponset Paroid Roofs"For .
anxious to >cctain: him. \ limited that you'll\ have some Hardly Motions to see if it will glisten. Now.
\ SIc *" *. difficulty in making a girl with Says the DeLand Record: if I was on the east coast I could I
\' Santa Claim Miscarried ."ic-htoen freckles to the inch Now and then we learn ofa but what's the use of repining? I'm All Kinds
married who would Buildings
4 man hard at work-and 1)11'Bure I don't
There was no Christmas tree at |I believe our assertion. Also the one '
welcome the discovery of a have the to ask for vacation.I'm .
nerve a
h the Whitehous""' this last, Christmas whose nose grows bloody every timea
that will
I Owing to the fact, probably, that the I man speaks to her. Annie, please potion in the prevent busy-but awfully shy. Ynssuui '*>
r' t the chill which started in that home pass the puff. talking sleep. # #I "
Well I know who made '
L early in November hnd hot lapsed", to :tttt I Rome out, in his woodshed a man and kept Right ,I'p-To-Date W. B. Makinson Co. b.
a degr*' that would make things The Real Crying' :NerH'< a-MurijTling it and a-namfpling it- Said a stranger coming into town:
I, comfortable\ for merry did Kriss. Poultrymen are now about to !import andwhen) he to into "This place is surely blest; Cl '
i' '*! a quack leKS duck from Russia, J managed ret "I do not know finer
*I |i the and a spot- WE "SERVE-U-RIGHT"
house to bed he found he
.. Probably the. darned thing" had the "So let
Sort Of "rTorse And Horse" couldn't talk either awake now, just me rest
Down in Plant City the growers '!quack all !Rcairt out of it, when it I reckon one might get the or asleep.racipe'most "Of course you have a library / i!
heard Emma Goldman was going.Russiahunting I "With latest books in stock
and shipper's exorcisedand
;: are greatly But what this anywhere. I Said J
the man-
highly indignant over the threat 1 *I ,
t I *
f' of the express company to raise therates |country needs Is a lenkfcas radiator j "We have some filling stations-,
"Pontes" Yassum. Let the ducks quack- Hearts Bend-Not Break "One on every block!"
I, on "pony refrigerators. I quack every time they have an egg/: Some of the newspapers are working -
are all right, they but
,, there is rates say; horn in the family, f'r. all I care. out sob-stuff over a woman In Said the visitor: "I'm glad to learn Seed Potatoes.
no use in making: equal .
Saint who fearful-
I'll nay so. Augustine; was so "You care for folks who tour;
tq"a full-grown*" quadruped.*I *I !* Iv deceived when she married a pseu "It shows you keep up with the SPAULDINGS No. 4 ROSE. EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPH 1
do-ace. Wasted all of it
I Oh. Your Recall It Seems ;Silly. Doenn't ItI weeoa- times- IRISH COBBLERS '
Yes The had been married
young woman "And makes really sure'"Your #
often wonder if those newspapers me +
t. Remember only a few years! ago that publish accounts of recep- fore-and in this case. she told her well-off men keep taxes paid We are fortunate in our contracts which make it possible to '
when the "old man" ued to say at mother that she "had known him
along '
So not soul knock'1"
tions given to various pastors where a can l market PRICES. t
breakfast: "Go light boys on that. time." Meaning' by that "he had Said the quote |
ton man-
butter; it cost me 38c the pound!" each guest is supposed"' pound to carry and it I known him a''' hall hour. If thirty "We have some filling stations"One' It will pay you to 8e'a our price before' buying and ours
package weighing one
Well, the boys did. The "old man"I I ia time" then she ?
minutes, a 1QJ1 1
block! before
natn planting. ,
5) .I fs dead now-and he's looking down I place ,awheading over the ac-<<: must have been living with her new on every QUALITY ,
butter I count Dreading: "Pounded the Pastor Our SEED POTATOES the highest quality MAINE CROWN'selected
on the price Of from an up- hubby an "entire eternity" since last are
I fieOpe. there is anything funnyor "Well, well! That's good! Then you
side-down-viewpoint. In place of being YasBum. for seed. Flt
week. must have especially _
about ?
facetious it Why it so I
: 38c it's 83c. Ain't that so? I'llf manv continue the practice-and fail *" *" *. \ "A loyal bunch of folks- Send for FREE CATALOGUE and SEED SPECIAL, giving

*, vote yes. '' bit" "Hitting The Bases" __ "For I have noticed men who drive '
to heading possessing
place a a SEED RED SEAL
*" *. ] 'that REVISED PRICES' 'neW crop .BEANS. PEAS.
of originality above mention? The introduction of electric "Are men of manv jokes.
'. \- Why Try To Hedge There is nothing humorous 'labout the : spanker into the educational institu- "And with your lakefront you must TOMATO and CUCUMBER SEED. PEPPER etc. ,
,: Says the Winter Haven Chief: affair, anyway. Folks will contributea I tions of Saint Petersburg certainly have We carry all the leading and standard varieties of seed that '

I "What would asked you do to if kiss a seven&rent pound of rice, or a fifteen ought- to "make hit." And. really.don't "A finely-finished! dock!" have been tested and known to be adapted to our soil and climate., i, .. <. ;;>,
pretty girl YOU cent pound of washing soda- : yon know the installation of Said the man- : ,
her"asks an exchange. Depends and-then eat two-bits'. worth of what that instrument recalls to mind that I "We have some filling: stations- SEED OATS. RYE. VETCH. RAPE,. etc

S on how ninny outsiders the minister's wife had prepared for old poem. which slightly\ changed to I "One on every block! The planting ,18&1on' is near at hand. :Our information service s ... r .
were n dinner crumbs all bring it down to- er, well SaintPetersburg : ,
Sunday's get over say is free. Call oat, us for any information on your crops you might; ,
Depends upon nothing of the sort the,floor break the legs off the'flimsy i would- read something "My dear friend" then tKff stranger -, :
When the inclination inclines no : think we can'.upply.i ,,
old parsonage chair and then ex : like this: When the ,angry> panelPn'eshowing said '
matter how) great the horde of wit. sect the preacher ,to pray for .....111.I I on my teacher's 'face so "I /see you are proud'; nesses-well- there's always a way say if, you have ,anything to give :". as she leads, me' to the shambles "I, know you!' folks are loyal- "' :* ,, ,
out of a dilemma.' lie should see ins II -preacher, give -it to' him:!and firmly straps;, me 'to the chair I "I' note that by the crowd. k: MARTIN SEED COMPANY, < '
at once. Which suggests that I have him have it; don't take it to him then I know that I shall catch it. '.'1 want ,to see the city hall "
: been trying fyr three Sundays to ,-and then eat th* whole thing, an' and mv flesh in fancy ,itches-as I "Where all your people flock;'1" 202-206 E. Bay Street '' Jacksonville,. Florid rt
, find the -editor of the Chief in his ,more, too. listen to ttf, slapping of the spanker Said the man- SEEDS
) lair, so to ppak: but up to the : *" > on mv britches! ''We have some filling: stations! HY-TEST INSURE GOOD CROPS ,, \
1.J present Writing I've not been able Thin. Is Becoming SeriousA And, following a punishgient of "One on every block!" + t

'r, tq, even find the office.. Something new townsite in Polk ,ithis sort it seems to me that many -- '"'- .-'- __ .__ .- ----.- -- ------- ____ __ ___ 't0
is radically wrong over in that pret- county is to carry the name I[believe in "standing" well in his
ty spot on Sunday: I couldnt buy a of He bendes. Half the ._. studies! Yassum. ) .
sandwich or n hole doughnut in the folks will not 'know how to I *" tic *" : '

under the !impression pronounre it-and the other WE REALLY LOVTl HIM\ r
. theeuthoritias force the Chief-man half will think it is the title I know' he ia dark :
'tI ,; t"' to take his .sign; in at a late hourSaturday of some newfangled brea'' I know he is wrinkled; Grove profits depend :not }: :
/ night So? ,
fast food I'lr-sav] they will. BuJ-.his heart is all rightIt %
, -- Thom, in Kissimmee Valley never has crinkled. .

::-- S Mothers, ,Prepare! Hands Gazette.. off,, -Kissimmee About K used seven to meet times him a week alone on fruit production but i* !

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:' When a girl] becomes a woman Thorn 1 Rather have a name At my boardmghouse ,,
when a woman becomes a _mother like breakfast food any day Every one I ever a: attended Ji'
} than a name that reads likea Where he actually appeared a 5
r!, when through a womanpasses the slushy novel. Bartow To be working overtime. ,

changes of middle Record. He was then a cheap skate; just as much upon securing, ;
,, the threoI Before proceeding! further And all of the -boarders !*.
J I periods of life when I'd like 'to, kndw whether Took pleasure in guying him. .
II Dr. Pieroe'a FavorIte that invitation was writ by But things have since hanged*-"" ,
,. | Prescription Is "J. TJ." or "Miss Gail." Yes. I meet him now but seldom, Iullmarketvalu.sJpetb .
most needed. Many it does, too, make a diff to The dear little fellow- wAnd
.. thousands would me. I thank "ou.-Thorn" in he really > "dear"- ,
testify Just as does Kissimmee Valley Gazette, So Jeer in fact, .'
W'V; the' following:. Foolish Old Thorn.: ... Just That those who were wont the Florida Citrus Exchange
1t Raphlne, Va.-1 assume "Miss Gail"_wrote it To turn up their noses :> ,
j.' took Dry Pleroe'i Favorite Prescription -and pwaceed to proceed. No And sniff and sniff

t: about two years %go during expectancy use to take J. G. into account Now exclaim i ,' i ,
)ti and got along fine--better ; Mrs. G.' will attendto "Hh my! Real prunes? .\ :X"f .
Ulan any other time. I was 111 only his 'case.":'Winter; Haven "Gee gimme two helpings! MoabenUp la the Florida Came Exchang requires h ?. <. ,
t, \:w.-: t, two boars, or maybe Ie... I am the Chief. "Say but they do look good! 'only the ability to co-opeimte. No initiation; n, ',oJ! at' I,
t mother of seven children."MRS. J. Within two' or three weeks I'm "Yeah. gimme s'me more!" no membership dues.'.For infomutloa,.coawih the' r an i
;,; I. HAUBURTON R. P. D. 1. expecting to "arrive" In Bartow- And all\ the world- ..-.. 'AI...
Bend lOo for large trial package- and then 111] know just where I'm Now that the cost has advanced manager of"'aearect attochtion' or sub-exchaoc* a
I ". Favorite Prescription Tablets to Dr. locatedsorter "standing with re- Loves prunes. M. f S.Yassum. write to the biMiaes min,.ger at Tampa. -. I ,*,
: .t' I Pieroe'a Invalids' Hotel Buffalo*N.Y.. luctant fleet" where the thorns and A. .;.-, ". b
\:; gale shall meet! I thank you. I thank you. -- .

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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FORMER-GERMAN CHANCELLOR DEAD mail to both 'ex-service men and others ) '- on you and that is that"iI ,' he Exten'- ,
wno are, unable owing to the sion' Division of the UnttW! >. M., .
: .CREATOR of the famous ,"scrap f paper" utterance., Dr. von Beth,, hours they: :work, distances fromschools C. A.-Schools Is. nonprofit'making.We .
i Published Erwy' Friday HolJweg. who wasalso of the submarine arfar.-al., '/ lack of schools, etc., to at-: are organised'solely for" service
mann- 'the..endorser '
not ,
i ': By 'Kissinnee Valley Gacette ,Company, Kkai...., Florida. though this later 'denied- IlriessHi. tend resident> ; .school. to humanity. For those who aw
was diedon Saturday1, following a brief ,I' In'.each state tflere .is a'supervisor( ex-service men, we offer courses that
W\. B., Harm,, President 0' p. 'Go ,Vans Agmt, Secretary death occurred his estate at' 'Hohenfinow near Berlin. He was 'chan,,j j whose duty It la to''' look after the give the maximum .of service \and
' W. L.. Thorndyke, Editor cellor of Germany for eight .years-and was succeeded ,by''' Dr. GeoraeMichaeli. ,,awarding I of courses to exservicemen. practical education at 'orices decidedly
.. ' ' 'In Florida the man 'attending less than those offered bv com-.
; Subscription Rates ----- I to'' this j work"is O. E,. Maple, Y. MV: mercial correspondence' schools.

One Copy, One Year..___...;..?___.__________________,-:....__..$2.00 C. A., Jacksonville i It ia our earnest desire that all
One Copy, Six Months. ...........................::-....._..._... 1.00 .,"FALL FOR IT" ALMOST EVERYWHERE Weare sending under separate ex-service men throughout, the country -
On. Copy, Three 'Months....._.._.__.___.:!...::..->....?.__,.---.___.- .50 cover;o.e. of.our catalogs describing shall have the opportunity of applying -
the courses we teach, and a copy of for a free scholarship. It ia
(Entered .t the Po.tofnc. at Kuinlmm, Florld.- a. second-class'' matter.) "ONCE-Upon-a-Time the only class 'persistently' and permanently dur pamphlet on agriculture and for this reason that we' write you,
I [ skinned by- the clever dopester 'was the farming contingent---at least that literature. We will be glad to furnish hoping that you will place before
All communication .except signed from by our the authorized writer correspondents. tnut bn was the way the comedy stage and the comic publications would have it. you with this literature in sufficient the ex-service men in your vicinitythe
RoJ<>ct<- in to
your county. And we shall be gladto Your co-operation helping
r,; ; Advertising Rero.entalvsT1IEAMERICANPRESSASSOCIATIONJ| slate has proven a bonanza for all clever swindlers of every classfromthe ,, have you write the state super serve men who have so well nerved .
i I | advertising artist to the marriage"maniac.. Instances are 'so numerousof visor' whose name we have given for their country will be keenly appre- ,
--- -. -- - .-. deft peculations in money, motors and maids that few will believe all further information regarding the ciated.
t FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 192\! accounts--yet the half has not yet been told; and the scene shifts from the free scholarships for ex-service men. J Over 12,000 ex-service men are

.... - - -- farmer (to the financier-from the producer to the philanthropist. J One thing we wish to impress up- now enrolled. ,A

1 IF YOU CAN DO IT-DO IT Northeast Florida is now sore over the way it was "taken in" by a o- -
pesudo "ace of aces" who posed 'as Edward Rickenl>acker. He so. ingratiated 'I'I *444*<4"0 0>44 >0> -**hti6008407.9'060vd'J-0'404'4 'rvi 440 4'OSO >

l himself with some folks who had that not only did he seize
IF you can keep on good terms with your neighbor who has no fence money
a yet raises many chickens that,! love lo scratch and disarrange your labor the simoleons but t he grabbed the girl who placed her trust in the soft

and make' you madder'n (the very dickens; If you car keep{ real- friendly sweet nothings of the scamp- -and they were married. It would have cost Your Prescriptions arc
1 with the fellow who likes to-tell those naughty tales about you, and rattleof but a few dollars {for those who were being taken in to have ascertained from .
Palm Beach evidence that a fraud was being > trated- -or to have
your credit when it's "mellow" thus making folks you owe sit up and .l rp
" learned that Edward Rickenbacker. the real "Rick," was at Oakland. Cali- I
doubt you ; If you can snide/ and say to each : "How are you? at a time Always Compounded
your heart is sad--your pep is lacking-when every little movement fornia ; but so ready are those of a certain class to swing high sweet
chariot that they'll swallow almost anything. While there is a sad side ..
and and If
to jar set
seems you worry you your ; you can '
- do these thingsand countless others-you'll gain your happiness in plenty, to such affairs/ .it pfoves the (truth 'of that ancient"adage: "Experience keeps with Needed Accuracy i !
dear school but fools will learn in other.
a - no
son-and you will figure all the world as brothers clear through the year of
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Nineteen Twenty-One!

PREJUDICED NEWSPAPERS DISTORT SOUTHERN CONDITIONS - Jl "You know how much depends upon the most minute precision in 'IY
--- ANY body of men may band together for a laudable purpose. That '
is of the of this So there shall be cases of illness--and of the need of service. We make
CONGRESS has been greatly wrought up over the assertions of a con- one rights country. long as nothing prompt a
the of the of the south illegal unlawful about the banding together the little
demnatory nature concerning treatment negroes by or great public cares : specialty in Prescription Work.
"the d democrats"and many have been the castigations given those who about the matter- and only those who become affiliated show any degreeof

have the temerity to make attacks! upon the south merely upon rumors. interest. : t

The facts are that the general run of the resident of the north know just Yet there is more "in a name" than, Shakespeare would have the public We carry a 'large stock of the best toilet. t accessories and a coin- J |
about as much regarding the southern negro as they do about fertilizing think and it is a most difficult job to remove the stench from a title once
- pineapples; nor could any of those people now raising remonstrances nauseous no matter how laudable the purpose of the reincarnated. order or : plem nt of goods usually carried by tile best druggists.

, manage a gang of colored workmen with any greater success than a I legless <<: society or association may be. The order that keeps the organizer constantly

wonder would have in rounding up a bunch of jackrabbits. And an- apologizing and denying and protesting because of its cognomen ,
other fact to" be considered is that all the tales regarding the "outrages" should either disband or Change its title. ,

r no loudly claimed are distorted to such an extent that hardly; a semblanceof William J. Simmons who is styled in the present era of the revivifiedKlu

truth remains. The entire "propaganda bears too strongly the impressof Klux Klan as the "imperial wi/zard. is apparently in a hard row of I I Central Drugstore

"politics" to carry much weight. slumps. It keeps him busy, full time and over-time, denying the allegations !!!
Here is a sample of the tales passing around through the columns of made against the order into which many have been inveigled. It ,

} the republican press. This extract is from the Reporter" published at appears to be a case of "By my halidome thou dost protest too much," 1 104 Broadway
I Oregon, Illinois "The oldest newspaper in Ogle county. There was a and the new yet old- organization is becbming the source of much an- I
. i full column of the articlebut this sample will suffice to show the distor- noyance. It may be that the tenets of the order contain nothing objectionable! Day 41 PHONES Night 21

tions-which were either intentionally incorrect or were gathered from un- to any real red-blooded American. If such be the case the'name shouldbe t

dependable sources. The following is one paragraph : altered and amended. There are plenty of good titles to be found;

A mob of democrats at Ocoee. Florida, attacked a negro titles free from reminiscences of a one-time necessary' order; and if the 44*{-+4C-0". oei4 4Mr: }fi h?+'",?{"....,..x----S": } r:":---x-:+ ->+f
settlement because a negro farmer attempted to vote burned 32 members of that order are honest and sincere in their desire to' become
houses two churches. two lodge buildings, burned a number of active Americans-and the aim of the order what the promotor avers--
women and men in their homes and drove the entire populationof the change should be made in short order. o oooooooooo..oo.oo..o.oooooooooooo o ooo

this settlement into the woods killing quite a number of them The present title is most objectionable to the general public--and W.

while in flight. All this was done, not in any belief that there was J. Simmons can be saved a vast amount of work by a change. That is,
danger to the white people from the of the settlement,
of course if there are no strings tied to obligations sworn to.
sr, "*"*.,, who have never made trouble, but as a demonstration intended to . t j
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.' \.. bolster up the only argument which the democratic machine has :
vWt-un, the south namely, that it is the sole guardian of the white ORLANDO'S SUB-TROPICAL It is i due to Herbert Felkel editorof R.S.FLOYD .
the St. Augustine Record, to say
people from impending domination by the negro a theory which MID-WINTER FAIR DATES .that he has earned the gratitude of

would be laughable if it were not accompanied by such fiendish Florida is not far behind het sinter this state by his courageous and
qt t ratality'and> attrocious savagery as to make the pretense tragic. states in anything and certainly Is manly fight against hazing and his
v l Also, all of it would have been "tragic" if it wasn't so "laughable." abreast of them in the matter of exposure of specific instances of that )

.{ there is a vein of truth in the Ocoee affair; and aside from the facts that fairs. fairs The three the mid-winb South Floridato and will as If much other, the newspaper victory will writers be ,
, there were not thirty-two houses burned that the trouble did not originate spring be held at Tam a, the St. Lucie won.-Lakeland Evening Telegram. Groceries and
. i( \ over the attempt of a legal voter to vote, that "a number" men and county fair to be held at Vero and There is now and never has beenan
women were not "burned in their homes" that the "entire population"were' the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter fair to excuse for "hazing" either in our
driven .the woods and that the be held in Orlando February 15-19. educational institutions or elsewhere.It .
not to demonstration not to ,
is the sentiment of bullies and
The advanced stand occupied by I
"bolster"' up any.ole 'guardian.hip. the account as printed is partially cor Florida is very largely indicated bv rowdies expressed In, acts. : 4si
these expositions of the products and A Winter Haven boy is today on ", Fresh Meats
: a rule the genuine! negro of the.south laughs at many,of the tales educational advantages ,of the several crutches as a result of the recent .
about of the 'state. Everywherein hazing at the state university If \ ,
told him--and how.he is persecuted. The genuine negro dislikes a parts "
ridiculous custom cannot be stoppedat
*' "white man's negro" just as he dislikes a "negro's white man." I'e; knows the the older front states'rank these occupied annual by:fairs the state supported schools the sup- (

I/ his place-and is the happiest when he is occupying it-undisturbed by places prove holding them and, a state or port should be. withheld until l it can.
5 / those who. filled with animation and a desire (to get free publicity, seek to county, as well as individuals, are People who send their children to
place him in the limelight. judged as being up to date by reason schools should have some guaranteethat Phone 1T302
they will not be maimed for
t not holding a fair, and
The Oregon Reporter is seventy years old-yet it appears to !have of holding or its
the interest they evidence in them. life. Fun is all right in place
ff much of the inaccuracy of youth; and seems to be one of those publica- For this reason the thousands of but thugism is not fun.-Winter
tions' which prefer to remain ignorant in spite of many opportunities it 'people coming into the state estimateour Haven Chief.DISPLAY .
fcV .has, had of becoming well-informed. advancement to a great' extent -4 RATES--- NECESSARYTO L
r1 (f. r by the interest manifested along PROFIT tt tt tnntintiti fttfl Broadway. ..
these lines and that is certainly one MAKE FAIR t ?
"PILLARS OF FIRE" BEING SHOWN UP reason why the sections holding a ,- .
"f of.. fair are pictured the greatest in the After considering all of the factors I .
entering intro the question of
I .
air \ .j. THROUGHOUT this country there have been many of the simple- minds are of the sure people.We we state a fact whenwe advertising' under present conditions .
1 minded men and women drawn into the net of the schemers carrying on say that our Five County Fair, a committee of the National Editorial' .
pseudo-religio-fadditm; of "Pillars 'of Fire..' end there are continual as some tall it, embracing the counties Association decided the following
r 'pleadings from misled adults for funds to push the project( with still greater of Orange, Volusia, Seminole display fair profit rates: are necessary to makea ,

force, Like alt fads of a religious nature which have been foisted upon Osceola and Lake from which drawn our leone For 500 or less circulation___20c
all in cart ,
the. public: during the past half- ntur the fire-pillars have succeeded in exhibits of the are greatest or factors in the For 1000 or less circulation25cFor Watch This Space

securing:"converts from all walks ,Qf life; but thinking people have all up-building of this section. 1500 or less. circulation____30c
less circulation __35c
For 2000
along bee of the belief that th. explosion would come sooner or later. This would not be the case if these For 2500 or or less circulation40cFor
Like the Holy Rollers and like that bunch of crazy fools thaL started doing counties combined did not put up 3000 or less clrculation48c ,
,business in Maine-a decade ago "pillars" have enveigled 'a lot of rich and known one of far the and finest"near fairs for completenessand in For 3600 or less circulation46cFor .
if poor, .and while .some of each class had a modicum of sense regarding excellence 4000 or less circulation___49c

'j 'other matters they were but crass monomaniacs when the vampers commenced The coming fair will far exceed all For For 4500 5000 or or less less circulation circulation______52c 55c for
to "touch" them. In Denver one "Rev." Thomas A. Goode. who I that have precededmade it and arrangements
towa.. misled into the fold, is'not turning the'Bother cheek when smitten--but are on an extended A representative of Swift &: Company ,
,5 a. ''is! seeking the services of the courts; and has sued the Head Vamper of that scale the with attendance the confident from all belief parts .' has said that the south is buy- "t' .... ,
ing 76 hogs for 25 she raises.
>jThe I-Will-Arise fiters for one hundred thousand sinioleons. In his com- of the state will be greater than every /
',: plaint., Goode charges: ever.-Orlando Reportel'-Star. EX-SERVICE MEN GIVEN '

t A'. .. That Alma White through fraud and deceit practiced on her CHANCE FOR BETTERMENTI 'NEXIWEEKfor r
j ,, 'followers and the public has amassed a fortune of $1'.000000r that HAZING o.

\ 1' she required all her followers to turn' over to her all of their money The barbarous practice of hazing I H. Wilson, county agricultural ... ..
a *. k and property and give their entire time in her behalf; in universities and colleges can existno agent has received from G. N. AekIerman .. .

f. ,that she acquires and maintains a hypnotic influence; over the members longer than it is tolerated by pub- of the extension division of
f ', \..; ;; ; ; ,that she prevents her followers from leaving the organiza- lie sentiment.' Florida now has an the United Y. M. C. A. schools, New
opportunity to lead in stamping it York, complete details for the free
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lion by telling them their souls
will be damned and they will go out for ever scholarships offered ex-service men,
9 S" to hellif they desert her; that she discourages marriage and..for- There Is no excuse or palliationfor and Mr. Wilson is in position to ex-
: ,bids.husband and wife to live together as such; that she dis1 hating. The silly contentipn plain fully to any ex-service man full .
t J 1 '\courages the birth of children. that it "hardens" the boys and prepares details regarding the same. With
them for the rbaerh and tumbleof the data came a circular letter to
rs .) Thinking men and women who disapprove of the near-blasphemous
life has never rested on any basis Mr. Wilson making mention of the
e teachings and actions of fad religionists will watch with great interest the of f "ct. The only thing' for whicha Hundred and seventy courses by mail.

.*.,'f outcome, of this case. course of applied ruffianism pre The communication goes on to state: STARTLING NEWS
.. pares the student is more ruffianism. The Y.. M. C A., out of funds
s All the effects, direct and indirectof which were left from the funds do-
SHOULD SHOW PROPER RESPECT hazing. are evil. It is stupid and nated by the public for work among i
cruel. It hold. In contempt all righteous American soldiers, sailors and ma-
CONSIDERABLE comment provoked at the band given in authority and public law. It rines during the war, has set aside .
c: that concert creates a moral and mental atmosphere several million dollars for the purpose -
-f this city by- the fact many have forgotten the honors due the "National wholly Inconsistent with tha I of educating ex-service men.
a Air" and.because :of. the number of listener .who listlessly lounge about which must prevail in a free andx>r- This money was allotted to the various
i ;when ,that selection!\ i is given. There IM a greater proportion is true,,'who deny community. I states and i while'in some it has
it always recognize the duty and the.loyalty due-::,and they" will 'even dismount Nine-tenths of our social evens I all been used in Others there is aconsiderable .
o arise from the failure of individualsto amount still\ available. .. ,
t t from the car in,;which they have been sitting )o come to. proper respect the rights of others and Courses.-: are being owarded honora-
"attentionFrom; the, benches scattered within 'hearing distance also arc to .re.ped lawful authority. So longas I bly discharged ex-service men who CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPHONE
4, **een many to arise when .thai'number; is commenced; but it is to. be de- petty tyranny and contempt for: may be,eligible,.in resident Y. M.,C.
law are the things learned at A. schools accredited business and
'pl.redthat' there' should be'eVea) one man or one woman or one child 'so among 141 422
school no scheme of social and moral other schools and the Extension Division BROADWAY
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derelict duty at to ignore that selection. At the next let it not Out
"t' concert, reform can expect success. of the United Y. M: C. A. of. Town Orders Given Prompt Attention.
be' sak);there was one carelessperson i.I the city Let there be the, true The university, faculty is makingan schools. It is to the latter that we QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS r
_, t :American spinJt.and.the'person'adverse} to paying proper homage to the effort to free the institution from wish to call your attention.
'l1! National Air of ,America-ahould'.remove to, some other county; or. better. this evil. }t needs the support of November. 1919, the United Y. , ad
'' Florida sentiment,'and the backing M. C. A. schools establish the I
I other to some other All thai I extension ,
toVsome .Iate\.or-but yet. country. ,
-w ; ; 'dedJ of'Florida'taws. It is '!p to the pea, .division for the purpose of
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THE: cias>aMEE.yAtLEr: GAZETTE'ntlDAf.' "JANUART'T: 1921 ..' '//0''" J, .wvtj + : _
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{I-rEMSQF Phone 112, Roes Grave.. 49-tf ; RECEIVE '.NO DISCOUNT .
I II" All Blade of and''in' 'SOP, REAL GOVERNOR I Because of the lack of a

vestments Nelson Realty Company"- %ls-tk the oath of \. Several parties appeared before at the time set for the .nn"Juorunt Representatives ;;of,:\the< Wedner.Sawyer .-
Crowning ;
"" g the, ing of the Bank t>f Osceola County '
a' council '
Oneyear Rhode Island i Tuesday eveningasking ,
ago yesterday Company appeared beforethe
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! office s Gov m6r; of the Great 4
that the Tuesday January a postponementwas
; accumulated interest
and ratified the upon ron '
Kentucky equal city council < Tuesday1 eveningwith
phone State-of "ITardee who'enters
Florida Gary rhaie.
J 112. Ross Graven 49-tf. suffrage\ /: amendment. into' th4a duties; of'' his office taxes that had been .delinquent for The meeting wift,be.held} a request that the' assessment
]Mrs. ,Robert Creech, of Moore n*- Half interest in -good grove close with full confidence: of the people ofCOVERNOR several years be remitted-in which on Monday, January 24. . iOsceoia against that place of business be reduced

yen, hat arrived I in, Kissimmee, and to town on brick road ''For particu, ... case the matters would be immediately to a figure more proportionate. r
i i' ,1* the;,guest of1 her'.. sister Mrs Ian see Nelson Realty Company. +closed up':, The petitioners Wa Represented It was1 the belief of. the petitioners
Barnes Smith,. "w said that if all the interest could '- that.the assessor had labored .under
I Large two-story house 'on quarter Mies Margaret'McNeil c.mehome 'not be "thrown off"- they would be .C. E. Yowell, 'superintendent of the Impression that all of ,the stock
block?L for sale' "'J Apply at the office from Ocala, where she is teaching pleased to have portion remitted. public Instruction "for'Osceola county on hand belongoed' tothe Wenner'Sawyer
; of The Valley Gazette to spend the holidays' with'par The council, figured that to act In was elected at the recent meeting Company while Hn "reality-: rt
'W. Wlnterton ents., ;Y M'e r t'P0tr that'manner' would be unfair to of the Florida Educational Association one section of it was owned by par.ties -
: nov.wth! the ship. For Sale-Quarter block with resU those men who paid their taxes at Tallahassee as a twoyearmember' outside of the city. It was the d '
building olant.
at Tampa '
was inn the dence. at be of the: executive committee.I t
I Splendid property. Apply promptly-would offering a sort decision of the council that the complainant
city '
matters on connected Wednesday with, to his look after the office of The Valley Gazette.Dr. of premium for delinquency; and it There was a registration of five hun i I had delayed too long: and

"d in -Kissi'mmee. property and Mrs, >D. L. Bower of seemed to be the unanimous opinion ,,dred members at the Tallahassee that no alteration could be legally "
.:.: r' .'. stay. lie made but a brief Gainesville, are the guests of Mrs. I that nothing of the eort should be ,session. made; but the matter was" referredto
.r, Bower's father-L, D. Bailey of done. At the same time it is the intention the proper -committee.
Good throve close to railway depot, Patrick street. of the council to take some Mist Smith Demonstrate
for Kissimmee property; value $4000. rigid steps toward the' collection of -
Nelson Realty Company. Excellent property in- best city In all over-duo taxes. There was a crowded house at the
Kansas to for Flor. ,Chamber of
L" exchange good Commerce yesterday afternoon -
;, For Salc-T-One of the finest resi ida property; value about $25,000. HELD FIELD when Miss Albina Smith, and after Monday January 10,
dence properties in the city. Buy Nelson Realty Company. DAYAT 'county home demonstration agent ,my photographic studio which ball

before values increase. Apply at the Mike Peterson has been recomnen'ded LAKE WILSON was illustrating some of the !specialties i been located corner Darlington and
office of The Valley Gazette I ;: for which Osceola is Broadway wil be found at my former ,
by the county commissioners county
Mr. and Mrs R. S. Roberts drove :Agricultural Agent Leo H. Wilsonwas
location-No. 23 Emmett I '
('or. appointment as cattle inspector making a dine reputation.. In the street. .
down to Tampa and soent at Lake Wilson on Wednesdaythat -
Christmas In the. third district. windows of the same institution shall be prepared to look just as d,
\ with their' daughter, Mrs. Short. extreme western section of Os- there were displayed excellent carefully after the wants of my "
. I Wanted a $500 l loan on first mortgage Three best'ran h properties in r ceola county where the soil is esnpcially samples of the work of some Miss Smith. patrons as heretofore and shall appreciate -
',; !, excellent security; : attractive: Florida. Come let us show you. Fine adapted for citrus culture. After making; her demonstrations a continuance of that pat-
.I rate of interest. Nelson R'alty.Com* vacant! building lots. Nelson Realty* I The field day that followed was full the large 'audience was invited to ronage which the excellence of my ,
oanv. ,* I Company. of interest to tho jlrowers.'hl're so taste her products-with a result work merits. 'The "Compliments of ,

R. It* H. C. Avpnt, and family who \have S. W. Porter of Saint Cloud, wsa many thriving young! groves are nowcoming that Mrs. Smith received many cone the Season" will be extended from I
in on, and Is intensely (
attendance at the regular meetingof every grower .
been living: at Deer Park forf!the enthusiastic his plimenta. my new place
the board of commission. over
past three years were in Kisgintmee county HARDEE i J. W. WILDER ':
i ers Monday morning. << I Subscribe for 'r.. Valley Gazette He Artistic-Photographer.
on Saturday enroute to Bear Beach '
That section- of the lacks
two miles west of Ritta on the south Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Schippman of Florida In his integrity and ability, hut! make county it idealandthat -- r \f1i
thing to
shore. of Lake Okeechobeo, where South Bend Indiana are visiting the delivered a most impressing address one is : of

Mr. Avant will engage in farming. father of Mrs. Schippman. D. to the every resident of the state. However, bonds means have been transportation.voted fora r
Beautiful lakefront Bailey, of Patrick street. ]His greeting was an extremely able
property; 30 surfaced road into Loughman, seven
Mr. and Mrs. W. Persons lefton document and will stand upon the
acres under cultivation; well fenced; G. miles away; and the residents/! are COMETO
Sunday for a trip to various records of this state as a solemn
good house fine flowing well. Fav- jubilant over prospects for n speedy
points> in south Gl'orjl'la--expecting promise that the most intensiveregime
orable terms of payment Nelson commencement of 11l'ood/ highway.
Realty Company- lo be absent about ten days this state has ever had will -

Rev and Mrs I). I,. Lander and Mrs. Jack Sparling left on Tuesday be Tallahassee carried out. was ablaze with enthusiasm PROMINENT ATTdRNEYLOCATES

M1'''. J. F.. Went, of Ki!,\ iminee, and for New York-where she anticipates throughout the entire day IN ORLANDOP. = STORY

Mrs. Anna Alien, of Chattanooga, remaining; with relatives and -and never before has that city entertained .
returned to KJssimmee Tuesday, after friends for several weeks.Mr so vast a crowd. A. Vans, Agnew/ an attorney
having! spent the Christmas holidays and Mrs. George A. Gilbert ---- -_. known over the entire state ns having -
pleasantly with Mr. and Mrs.T. and family came over from lade 10'. S. Gilbert was called to Clinton few if any superiors. has decided :
H. Lander and family.-Avon City to visit their relatives in Kis- North Carolina, on Christmas day to to change bin location from Jack- Great January Clearance Sale
Park Pilot. immee during the New Year holidays I attend the funeral of his mother. Hi" sonvil!<'-and will open earl during: ? 41

, 0 IJoscoe/ and Lon Dann. Junior, now : '' father, W. O. Gilbert accompaniedMr. the coming week a suite of offices in
of Miami arrived in Kissimmee to. Miss Zada Lee has resumed her : Gilbert upon his return to KU- Or'ando.' Mr. Vans Agnew possessesn =
spend a portion of Sunday and Mon- piano teaching in Kissimmee. She simmee. N ho.t of friends in this section of r

day with their grandmother, Mrs. I mayto\ found Friday afternoonsfrom ; i|i Two-story seven-room house sleeping 'ridll-havinJ been long a residentof SATURDAY AND ALL NEXT WEEK
Clay Johnson, 404 Vernon avenue, I three to six at the :Methodist : porch; two ..cre(> porches; Kissimmee; and there will)) l hI' a '
south. They are former Kissimmee I I bungalow. \ big garage; house modern. ; big lot; 'ellng of satisfaction that he will '

boys-and they were cordially received (I II I J. Anthony r. connected with the I: bearing orange trees; $4000. Easy ones home.more Until lip his so family ne',,'shall his remove former: You will find Shoes,' Dry Goods and Men's ; ,
I by their many old-time Bank of Saint Cloud in expected to payment plan; house rented $35 per
; friends. reach Kissimmee on a tour Of insnection I, month. Nelson Realty Company. from Mr. Vans Jacksonville Agnew, will at an visit earlv Kissim-date : Furnishings at Bargain Prices ?

The sprayers on the sprinklers on on or about Monday, Janu- The county commissioners authorized .nres each n'l/ht-makinlr: his home
the Broadway Parkway are to be ary 17. i Leo II, Wilson, county demon- ) I
with brother
his E. G. Vane! Agnew.
1, immediately replaced with new ones Splendid two-story six-room mod- stration agent, to insure 'his new car .. I SATIN Men's and Young Men's Dress v
following which the water will be ern house; some furniture; immediate against firc and theft-and the risk Velvet beans is one of the best Trousers
j turned on each night to run till day possession; close in; garage; '' was placed with the Lupfer Insurance crops a farmer can grow. They furnish Black and Blue/ yard wide at big savings during

light. Excess of travel over the I cheap at $815.0. Time on $1000 if I' Agency. one of the most nutritive animal heavy grade. Sale price $2.35 this SaleMen's

area has badly worn away the growIng ; desited. Nelson Realty Company. Mrs. P. R. Brown and children returned feeds known either alone or mixed i B vl
grass and it is hoped by this i J. S. May and family; of on :Monday from a two-weeks with other substances. Of course it -=- TOWELS' Collars __________..20cMen's

means that a perfect condition maybe I were guests through the outing spent at Atlanta and Mrs. is better not to feed it alone, but to 50c: Hose ______.__39c
brought about. I I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. !! DeJ.-and'l Brown at once resumed. her positionas feed it with other feeds 200 Turkish Bath and Crach Men's $1.00 Hose _______80c

Forty acres good land; improved; Hose/ avenue, south. The pianist at the Casino. Mr. Brownis Towel. 35c value now, each Men's $1.50 Hose_______$1.20 t fo",?, Y
on brick road close to town; bargain; have returned to their home. expected to arrive today. Keep Connections TightAll 22c Work Sox ";
fV easy terms; also. good 31 acres 6n Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crampton of I Located in finest residence part of ,r
I screws and nuts on gas engines e-
Dixie close to Kissimmee.
Highway Dawson (county Nebraska have ar- the city on courthouse square beau- Fruit of The 25c $5.00 Flannel
We are headquarters for good cheap houseon should be kept, tight. The engine Loom yard__ Shirts ____$2.48 rt i f
tiful for sale.
lands. Nelson Realty Company. rived in Kissimmee to spend the win- quarter property block fine shaded Large lawn should 1 be gone over every day or so Outing __...___________20c $6.00 Flannel Shirt ____ 5.00 '1
ter and have taken with E. H.
when it is used and all connections '
1:' the officeof 75c Gingham _______, 35c Hood Work Shoes nowv.ZJO; '
etc. at
l\fr. and Mrs. J. B. Beat of Gastonia Fennel), at 118 Mabbette street. trees Apply tightened and all oil and dirt wiped --
North Carolina, have arrivedII Mrs. Emma Rusler, who is spending The Valley Gazette. off. Such practice will go far to- 50c: Gingham ___________25e Suspenders ______.,... 39 y J.

Kissimmee to spend their second the winter at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Persons came ward preventing operating troubles, Poplin, yard _________,.,__25c Work Shirts ___.:__.___ '.89
4. winter-their first experience last Frank J. VanDuzer, 205 Beaumont down Saturday to visit.Mr. and Mrs.J. since all gas engines vibrate to some
being extremely pleasant. Theyare W. Chapman of the G. W. Persons 1J....:.
year avenue, south passed the Christmas extent and this vibration tends to
located at the home of Captainand holidays, with friends in Jacksonvillebut Company store. They returned to loosen bolts, nuts, and other parts. {
Mrs. Clay Johnson, 404 Vernon is once more in Kissimmee. their home in Kissimmee Sunday evening. LYLES V. TORY.COMPANY }
avenue south. Mr. and Mrs. Beal .-Fort Meade Leader. SHAMELESS ATTORNEY 9
A largely-attended watchnight was
are especially pleased.with Kissim '
mee and her people, ., held at the home of,Mrs. W. A. Joiner CALENDARS ROBS ,A WAR WIDOW BROADWAY . ':
205 Orlando avenue, couth, when .'
Mtelvfile's Comedians, showing in until the midnight hour the time FROM TAYLOR'S GROCERY Wholesale swindling of veterans'and '
yr Kissimmee the balance of this week was merely spent! .In conversation gold star relatives by' unscrupu- KISSIMMEE I , FLORIDASpecial ,
N at popular prices, is said to be the music and refreshments. There were An especially dainty and clever lous lawyers who ,demand exorbitant \ .," ,. ,
highest class of performance that numerous entertaining features. calendar has been presented callers fees for obtaining* compensation in ,i I
has ever exhibited in this city. The at the grocery of George Taylor- cases of injury or death is being investigated .
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue, who and those who seek a real work of _ ..
repertoire of the Massachusetts de- - 1--- -- ----- -- .
management puts on a I by ; ... .
eXC'eIl'nce-at andthose ,have been visiting their daughter, art should not fail to call at an early
a popular price; partment of the American Legion.
who have of these Mrs. 10'. E. Faulkner, of Plant City, II moment before the limited stock is
seen one | The widow of one man is said to
through the holidays returned to I IKismmmee exhausted-and thus disap-
performances declare that the stay prevent have paid a lawyer's fee of ten percent -
I in the city of this company should i on Saturday. Mrs. Faulkner's pointment. of $10,000 due to her through Attraction Casino
husband holds '
an important
l>e extended. the death of her husband overseas. the
j H position in the school life of Plant Mary Pickford In "Suds" The War Risk Act prohibits any law-

City. th'e yer from 'receiving more than $3 asa
The banner performance at '
I There was a contest on Tuesday Casino-one the equal of which has fee for pressing' '. compensation. Friday, January 7 ,L'
evening in the building rented for a clam
seldom been seen of late-will be the
'SI I DM AN city hall between the local band on presentaton! this evening, Friday ofthat A
the second floor and the city councilon charming little woman, Marv SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR ,

the first floor. The band declared 1> ckford. in her rendition of "Suds." MAKING FINE PROGRESS :
dear Havana Cigar that directions of the leader could "Suds" is a silver sheet vision of iAD.Y ; I
scarcely be heard because of the dis- 'Op o' Me Thumb" the play in which Tampa, January 6.-Headed by a r rI
cussions of city affairs below them Maude Adams internationalsuccess. magnificent street parade and cere- -
10 cents eachFOR while the council! were equally em- I monial of nobles and prospective no-
phatic that it was-impossible to hear bles the Shrine which
As a stage production it created a of Mystic ;,
any discussions of city affairs be- most unusual sensation in London wi'l' be staged in Tampa Thursday
SALE AT cause of the Dim-bom-boom above some years ago, and immediately af- February 10, under the auspicies of iciuoiw
them. The matter was adjusted by ter Its success there Charles From- Egypt Temple, the South Florida
Roberson's the band nuking\ up its practice at man acquired the American rightsfor Fair and Gasparilla Carnival period ,
Pharmacy the rooms o/ the Chamber of Com- this leading star, Maude Adams. February 3 to 12, will be replete with ,
merce-where there was large side The play was used by her during her brilliant pageants, ceremonials and t.N.
walk audience+(while the council resumed most successful engagement in the Latin clubs of Tampa. riot less than 1 '. : ..
its placid deliberations. f Empire Theater New York, and with five thousand Shriners and Shrine 11 1 : ,

'. exceptional success on her tours candidates are expected. to visit SUDS
throughout the country; 'Op o' Me Tampa on "Shrine Day; and these, T \,
Thumb" is from the dual pens of two accompanied by their own wives and
very clever British playwrights, children are to be royally entertained 'v": :
YOURS TRULYGAe Frederick Fenn and Richard Pryce by the Cigar Metropolis. Her new joy brinqinq picture.., ,

who have been responsible for a The pirates of Ye Mystic Kreweof .. '" ..:........ +
.... .. ..... C" .. J large number of other brilliant stage Gasparilla, are./also to make another From the Charles Frohman Production'' ., r "
successes. appearance, presenting a brilliant 'OP O ME THUMB".By '
TAYlOR SYSTEM Manager Jordan is doing some ceremonial in the fair grounds Frederick fenn and Richard Pryce
clever advertising for this produc- instead of parading through the Directed by Jack Dillorv '
1 tion. In front of the Goodman and streets of the city and to this will a
SPECIAL DEAL No. 1 Woodall store is washer furnishedby be added corn and sun dances ofTamp. PhotoqraphttJ by Chas. Rosher. c ;
\ the- Dixie Electric "mak .. famous organisation of
j'j'I' Baby Hebe Milk. @ 2e_.___________________________IZe ing suds for Mary Company Pickford," and "Seminole Indiani," and a water It is unusually sweet and charming '
Granulated Sugar @ 2J%c 5e is handled carnival the Hills-
-- ------------------- using a certain soap which to be staged on

I Pound Fancy Gunpowder Tea___________________________80cTotal. by the "new grocery" for "the borough river under the auspices of wholesome, fresh and refreshingly naturaL.. "-
j AIr makin's." This might be termed Rollins College Winter Park. The ,'rI :;

.... ..____________________.__________________97e "three-in-one"of "Suds'! .will at the/ Casino The play Fri-' Tampa newspaper Rotary editor,Club of Florida entertaining and I

: day afternoon.. and, evening distinguished winder Visitors, also .
promises I to "outdo itself" in the entertainment I

i 2 Pounds Granulated Sugar @ 2J'!/c-,_.;- 5e WITH A HUNDRED ACRESL. The republic of Mexico will be represented .1 ., .... "
J j 4 Pounds Whole Rice. Fancy @ 3c_______________j.____,..-12e by the largest exhibit ever '.
out that' and the
sent by country, '
Tea ___________ 80eTotal. H. Ingram former sheriff is
I Pound Fancy Uncolored Jap __ anxious to "make a killin'," agriculturally the exhibit will be added to the many + # eY
speaking-and is in a fairway world-famous band. accompanying 1 :.L" vr? ,;

': ._____________:_______________________97c to make a good record in pro musical organisations employed during
duction. He has forsome time had \ the fair and carnival. '
\ Secretary of the Navy Josephus S u,
a' force of men getting one hundred '
WE ARE SELLING IT TO OTHERS- acres in fine shape-' for culture Daniels has wired that the navy will I
planning to putin. fifty acre of be represented by a larger number -
NOT YOU? of-war vessels than have visited this
I WHY r- Irish potatoes twenty'five acres in sls
tomatoes and the CaVne amount in port before and three branches of :
' the and
Cucumbers. i v army-aviation engineer

IT is GUARANTEED/GOOD Leo II. Wilson agricultural'agent, artillery -will be represented also. t- .
+. wF County and individual exhibits already :
r rG III most enthusiastic over this one I'
hundred acre tract and feels that entered.indicate that the most .' "
v One T A'YLO.RSi'S'F M'' the success of the- venture will be successful state or sectional fair of THESE. .1PRICES ARE WINNERSa' "
well-worth a million dollars In the' southern' history is In prospect.A ,, : ; : : ;\ ,? < ;#

fWE DO NOT MEET COMPETITION-WE MAKE ITI! 'uture .to .Opeeola- county.; I i. t
.has' '
single county In'Oregon' a Children 25c;Adults 35c ? f J. ,10
HAINES CITY' ; One of the largest mahogany logs larger territory than that covered by f- ;t;'

t f IIS: IMMEEV ever marketed turned out 17,000 feet the entire state of Massachusetts y ' '!'Y-. I I",,. ;.;rf ..
of. solid wood. and contains-9,883 square miles. I IJ .' v, 'II"!.,'
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)0'... uou'. .o t.e o.J. \ t'H, 940 HUO ooo. . .oo. 0 ootO" co e'' wa Redwood chosen assistant superintendent superintendent,% T: M.,, .
;" '.j ). ,:' Miss orothy Denning 4ecr4taryand I THE ,

.. SL J ".'. (Episcopal; )..Church '
h ;iO Customers 'and the \ Feline Escape ,
I : : Rev, L. Ki. Kirkby.,' Rector, I I *
.' r Sunday after the Epiphany."" Editor of The Gazette: .
'.' 10:00 a' hool I,I i It, is useless'to talk of suppressing
11:00: a, m.-Divine service. Ser- 'all publicity regarding the, now'exgovernor. '
h Public Generally: mon by the, Right Reverend Bishopof Every' time he-may he open will
Southern Florida ,A'general in-i Ma mouth in the future
doubtles let th(! cotta out of the bag.
vitation to be present at (his service
I is extended to the general public. G. F. KRIBBS.The I

I I United 'States manufactured '- 1
.o Don't You Forget It.Bear .
of the. $100,000,000worth
: : $80,000,000 .
: in mindthat ChamberJoin'sTab1ets' of toys sold, ,
mil 1; only move the bowels :J
but improve the appetite and .
,1 : strengthen the digestion. They contain -I RENEWED TESTIMONY ;
no pepsin or other diJ'e.tlvefllrment
but strengthen the stomnch :,
and enable! it to perform its functions No man in Klss.'mmeo who suffers i"j'

t We are "' II' doing business at' the Old 'Stand. The naturally..,.. ** backache urin headaches, ,afford or distressing to- ,.

rumor that we would be forted to quit proves that the Where Men "Rest" 'igporehis Jrlsllimmee-- "'';'oman'stwicetold -

one circulating the same is .neither Prophet, nor the story. U.Is confirmed ,
., Eight hundred men are thrown testimony that no Kissimmee resident . j I
Son of one. .J '"t of work bv the closing\ of the can doubt.
Edison plant at West Orange, New Mrs J. I U' Beaman, 206 Lake
', New Goods received Daily-bought as closely as money Jersey, Where! the making of phonographs street, Kissimmoe, gave the following -- ".
has stopped "until business statement February 22, 1911:
p will buy. Our delivery truck is running and Fred; knows conditions improvc." "1 have used Doan's Kidney Fills i.
and found them to be very beneficialand
the Leave orders Phone '12. --
way. your
Henrv Ford plant at HighlandPark helpful. I had kidney trquble
Michigan, is to be closed during which caused me a lot of annoyance I;
the entire month of January- and 'after using Poan's as directed ,., '>'"/
giving fifty thousand men a holiday they brought me great relief. I feel -- a J
during that season justified in recommending this rem- 1 \ + y edy as a medicine of merit." f
1 One thousand garment makers in On March 20, 1918! :Mrs. Beaman ?.
.dk.r r Baltimore are out on a strike said: "Since Doan's Kidney Pills
brought about through the Amalgamated cured me ome years ago: of kidney ,
f Clothing Workers' Union. complaint I haven't noticed a returnof
-- -------_.- the trouble. :My health in fine
Waters & Carson Grocery Company Eighteen billion dollars represents", now and 1 nm glad I to recommendthis -
i the 'natural wealth of Canada. remedy."
u I IFenr. Price tick; at all..dealers. Don't .
j \ S. B. OWEN, Receiver 666 is a prescription 'for Colds, simply ask for a kidney remedy-get '

i JUDGE T. L. COMERWho ._ Dd LaGrippe... It's- the most Doan:Mrs. s Beaman Kidney.-had.Pills-the Fosler-Milburn samethat

assumed duties as Judge of Osceola, County. on Tuesday, January 4 speedy remedy we know. Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo N. Y. f

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I WEKIWA ASSOCIATION tti+d 0'0'fiNfi44 P8C-2"' Of4 t-Xo i l Z J{"::""'40
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The W. 1 M.! U. of the Wekiwa Association

)4 : I Among the Live Oaks ]I 'I'S. Hall of Apopka of nit Kissimmee with on: Tue the Baptist day., being Mrs women the E. I WILL HELP ,: J HEAR YEt! HEAR YE!-CITIZENS ALL!

;deader of the gathering. Twenty You are interested in the up-building of South Central_ and
I members were present when the FIGHT COLDSMake north South Florida in particular, its resources, its 'products, it%

An opportunity is_ now offered those oVlo'ck meeting: hut opened fifty-five shortly were after present ten I codrWry,. places and cities and ill people.

b desiring a pleasant home when adjournment was made at a We believe here is nothin so productive of this sectionand

t Six Large Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry little after three in the afternoon. A' Up Your Mind to Keep Free so great a factor in this up-building as the
I the women of
noon Apopka'served
From Colds. Get Your Bloed
luncheon. The thanks ;
$ Sm appetizing:
Full Quarter Block in Excellent of the meeting were given to, the In Good Condition TO BE HELD AT ORLANDO FLORIDA,
men who furnished sufficient cars to
Residential Section I carry twenty Orlando women to' the START TAICIN-CPEPTO-MANGAN FEBRUARY 15, 16, 17, 18, 19-1921
I meeting apparently fulfilling the FIVE GREAT DAYS OF PLEASURE AND PROFITBIGGER
I saying of Paul: "Help those women Now I. the Tim-tBuild Up. You AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE
Whene lies charming Jawn
a that labor together with me in the
Carrying Live Oaks and Oranges and Pecans \ Lord." There participating in the Will Be Strong This Winter Johnny Jones' Greater Shows-biggest aggregation on the road

meeting were Mrs. E. Lee Smith.frs Every house has a supply of fuel will be with us once again getting ready on our grounds from
1 I ]\ A. J. Barkley, !Mrs. M. E. Limerick for winter. People know cold weather December first until the fair opens its gates to the great 'trowdscomang. :

j'N.; 4 Rare Chance to Secure a Fine Property I Davis, ,Mrs of Orlando E. R. Douglas Mrs. A., and S. Hick-Mrs. is coming. They get ready their for it. 4

4 son and Mrs. W. T. Hundley, of Ap bodies How ready many for people winter get Most of own us CITIZENS OF VOLUS1A, SEMINOLE, OSCEOLA, LAKE AND

,opka; Mrs. E. S. Mali, of Kissimmee. around all summer in the intense ORANGE URGED TO PREPARE EXHIBITSTO
Apply at 301 Main Street, Kissimmee There was but a small delegation go AT FAIR
I heat burning up' energy\ working SHOW THIS
from Kissimmee. The next meeting
.yr I''of the association will be held in hard awake all nights day and sleepless sometimes in the lying heat. W. O'NEAL J. L..GILES C. E. HOWARD

ft ------.:. I.I Saint Cloud on Tuesday, -prjl 6.I Winter comes along it catches President Treasurer Secretary '

I A bad wound, burn or cufr| should many people totally)) unprepared! -
I be cleansed of dirt or impurities and physically. Few of us take stock of
flf dressed with Liquid Borozone, II our health. Whether we will be well,
i Kill That Cold Withi I heals the flesh with marvelous soeed. healthy and strong, we often leave BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES order your fertilizer without
too much to chance.
Price '30c. fOe, and $1.20. Sold byRoberson's ,You will make a mistake if you
**. But not everybody. Nowadays
Pharmacy. know this getting our NEW PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATER.
j 4A1LL:4r people are health Is a IALSPROMPT SHIPMENT. Order now Fertilizers, '' Insecticides,
i MELVILLE'S'COMEDIANSDRAWING matter of enjoying good .
thing they can helo control. If you Sprayers. Poultry Supplies.! -
---.:..- live right, eat right, get plenty at E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
SCAItAQlJlNINE Pleased audiences have been the deep, breathe fresh air and keep JACKSONVILLE;* "I FLORIDA
rule every evening this week at the your blood in good condition, you will .
tent operahous\' where high-class be all right.
I performances have been the, rule I'' is HO simple. If you feel a littler ooooo oooooooo o oooooooo ; o
'FOR AND "and each performance is pronounced I off in health-peihaps worn out and -
'"C.,.,. C..,.. 40MtO La Grippe better if that were possible, than pale--flon't take chances. There's no r
t I the preceding Melville's (Comedians need of it. BflV some PeptoManganof
( Neglected Colds are Dangerous come to Kissimmee well recommend I your druggist.\ Begin taking it
'< '' .T I .. I ed by other cities where, the aggregation todav. You can get it in liquid or '
r' -I no fhanoss X p this standard nmtdj handy for the lint snz \ had shown-and there has tablet form. Tell your druggist: 1AT1 PAYMORE

") " r.ake up a cold In 24 hours ftli v.. been no disappointment- upon' the which you prefer. But be certain ,
o ", Oripp In 3 days-K c.n.nt for H.ttdachQoiniiM I part of those attending. In spite of I that you get: the genuine: Pepto-Man. -j.
r in this foha doM not aOact th bead-Cascwa .. ibMt Tonic other features in the city the audiences irAn; ask for it icy the full name- 1
r L -. C LanttW.-No Opiat in HUl.'I '.. hold up well--and the popular "Guile's Pepto-Mangan." Look for
I prices at which the entire repertoireis the nnme "Code's", on each, package.Adv. .
;. '- ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT being presented is another most -( .) n
"'<> ( satisfactory feature. It is possible
, that 'a return date will be made in PERTAINING TO CHURCHES ,
f i Kissimmee for this Icompany of play
M..- .. ers.
'T Presbyterian Church
Ir, .' :o:: + + _c:::::. .. The Best Cough Medicine. t..
-, '> )' Rev. W. ILDresch. Pastor Y
.' When a druggist finds that his I
l )customers all speak well of a certain 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. '\ "
preparation forms agood opinionof 11:00. a. m.-Worship and Cop'-
it and when I in need of such a munion service. Sermon subject
:' 9lje ManWhoworkswith medicine Is almost certain to use It "Prayer. and Power." Smoke?
,himself an din his familv. This is
6:30 p"- ">.-Christian Endeavor fO1 ,I .
I ', why so many druggists use and recommend meeting.' .
Chamberlain's Cough Refnedy. 7:30 p. m -Wn....Mo.. Subject: j
J. B. Jones, a well-known druggist .
mind muscle "The Lilly of The Field '.
1 or of Cubrun Ky., says, "I have 7:30p. ,m.-Friday. Choir prac< "
i "Ii
used Chamberlain'i Cough Remedyin _
.I I needs: that: 'stwd my family for the past seven 'tlce.Mr. Putnam, of the Moody (bible j
Steven years, and have found it to Institute will)) lecture 6n the great .

1 blend of wheat andmalted'barley t. be the'! cough medicine \ haveeVer .. truths three of land the every bible evening'at every afternoonat seven- ".

: 'I I'i PROMINENT KISSIMMEEMEN thirty., lie is worth- hearing. -When You Can Get aLUGERNE,

the Christian Chorea
;t of the sermon at the I IIC
The oj
r AN Messrs. J. S. Cadel, of Kissimmee subject
mayor Christian church Sunday morning at ,
t ,; Pat Johnston, county attor- eleven o'clock will be: "Ah Ascension "

y / ( Nuts ney beck of secretary Osceola county of the; J.KissimmeeChamber D., Wood Meditation." In the evening there;
be evangelistic sermon.There
Jtap : will an ;
of Commerce; and W; L. will welcome fo't every

Thorndyk Kissimme Valley(Thorn)Gazette, editor; with of,..=rhe W. one. beta- L [

/ II TunneclJffe, vice-president of, the Cottage Meeting SuspendedThe 4ww I
Bank, of Saint Cloud, were guests .
'1 Ernest Kouwen-Hoven and his associates announcement Is made that "
Y Concentrated:: noun Messrs. II. O. Hart and V. D. during the continuation of the revival / r }
Havens Tuesday. They drove over .
,meetings the cottage prayer- t .
h i ishm nt of in the forenoon and spent most of meetings in North Kiasimmee. will be I
pleasing the afternoon at Indialantic- ByTheSea discontinued. k
; after enjoying a fine dinner at
r ? flavor\ at low cost Hotel Carlton., .' Preaching At Center Park "
.:1t ) These men were greatly; interested
:. in the development. 'now -going on Re.,. W. IT-.Coleman, of the Christian CIRCLE: r
.);: ..' l orj her/especially) across' the river, and church, will preach at Center [ .
the building of the bridge Thepad- Park' .Sunday afternoon at threeo'clock
.;, : SOLD .BY' GROCERS pIe of Kissimmee and Saint Cloud : A general Invitation i* ex-

.. ..r- : arc.very-much interested: in ..ourbeachtresprta'and tended, .. be general, public ,
".i!-!, Iv EvERYiERE: have lots'a'number IndialanticvMeboujrne of them :S.adsy:School Of f cete -' .
l : purchased at .. .
,.. ':Time . ---"-'" .
.: . '/ ';'j f The recommendations--dajnmitt on
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:t j3 ''f\.f . ,.') """= "r... .. 1- Hcrbine e corrects biliousness, indigesHoa'aipd reorganiration<< 'reported to the Son- for CtSt
.t,. ;, "' . r. ? constipation. -. a Tine. day. school of. the ,p risUan church ;'t ,J
:. .' Ce Cnloe, 'mornfiF-olloning !
}; ..: ,' .U11. e herbal medicine< that 04rfft. out 1m- last Sunday
eJJi; \ :: ' . ." h\" "_ H ,,1 j''t."t"-: .." oJ parities ;and).restore .healthy conditions which there was one flew.elsss form
". .in the'system.'' Price. 60C.., old: ed' and- some" other classes were' re'owell- ;. ; . . ........ . . ... . 'ooo oooooo.

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'4 :Natcb 'Mlss - .
I bare' .yer. used la mr horn . i ". : _,.t ......... Uaseela. Cenn.r. ,

are Qr. Tierce's, W.> FOR SALE FOR BALB'TWo'boyi! eulte.. >'I, ", In \1,. Estate. of-Cullen F.. Pas, .
hare used the "Gold old. sine,. velvet. one dark blue one i : l>ec..ased., i4'1S
dark 1(...... Russian Ityle". .whilecollar "'NOTICE Iff ,HEREBY!: GIVEN to all'
4\ en Medical DUcove -' FOR 5ALE-in! acres 'rood citrus S and culTa, detachable. _Nearly: whom It -mairvjponoern; that on the
?- ry"ae'a blood tnedictne land: cleared t.need. and under new., "Apply 101! Main .*treet U-tj(t 16th day of February. A. I). 1SI1. I 'I :
and a* a tonic., plow. Five ( aoren of this I. laerrapefrult .. .hall apply to the Honorable.Judge of
rj and ran. tree*. ..beirlnnlnit FOR. A.LK-One'lroo4 much. eaw will I I.. said Court aa Judge ot Jfobmii'.j for
also -for deep-seated to< boar fruit; choice location be freah In a months throe r"Ir\.t"r-\ > my Hnal dlacharke .. JCcecetor of
Ij; coughs add weak on "brick ..oad' 0110." to Klsslmmeej ed urock Jersey Crood: aowa elahoaHi i :"'thC estate of. 'Cullen. F. Pasre..' deceased. Hair jrou bet.your ,appetite V
lungs and It was an ideal cite for a homo; cloa to four wall pig*. Oood bar.; ...nd.that same time I will _ .. .
for i Do' .. .* tired with the
i get
4. elation church and school. Will gain quick sale, Inquire at CtiabSetle presentmy final accounts aa K*<-cutor 7.
I* .,'.if excellent. bear clove Inveetlaratlon anU will b. .. .utfP Klulmmee.. t of said'vstats and 'aak for their apt day's'duties that yoa're naabl
:: "I always: keep-Dr. old 'at a bargain price as owner < provaL V ) .
J'leroa's Pleasant Pellet In my born haa other Interests which prevent FOR a.ALJIII-.OD. Emereoo Typewriter,, I Dated December' 4, A. I). into.1I V to enjoy'an tnrtralaff' with" 4
"Tor use whoa Aeded. 1 have a-lvlqg this property the n.e..a..vcare. model three visible, ae good .. nVw'f I H. W. frTAUK.I .; friend or at the movies once
true . ... '
Ineulra ,V. Apply VSil.1Oa.dtt.. tf. II-tl.
9rne4rr In
them to mr.children alace theywerequit V .' - -S '" lEjs.s a while? Are yon losing

'. 1m aU.. They can .he tlvea with MISCELLANEOUS,' 'IN THR CIRCUIT OUHT AF THIS 'yew V and yemr,. to'the smallest child. owla 'i FOR BALK-Twelve hen and. a rooster SEVENTEENTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT :; 7spres
; full-blooded Urown. Leghorns.Price V OF TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN I '" '-
cte their being. free from anylnjurtoua tit.00. C. H. Murphy, Limit I AM SELtlNOOaonolA; Fertiliser,. AND FOR oaCKOLA COUNTTY INV ,, Tr. Miles} Tonic
dniB.. ITh., regulate. the / U>mach,'1 treet and Midland H). .. b.1tZ: ; th. Deal, thafe made. .F. H. I-aW CHANCKHY1 EMMA L.tOUlU4.<< Complainant S
:liver aid bowels In a mild bat very I i eon. 1-"S Versus) T' R. Ua..v. et nl waa made to rectore health to people la your.cettoitioav. It ha. been

effective way. 'L cannot speak too I FOR SAL -I no' Ford- 80 extra on 1''DRADLIDY'HATTR'EMA S Respondents: BILL TO QUIIST TITLR: .of permanent beaiflt to thetmanda who were afflicted just as yea are.
will also Include large heavy OltUIMi OF I-UBLICATIUN:' THU
highly of Dr. Pie",..'. ..edldDM.i i tent) with spring's and extras for I renovated mad. like, STATE OF FLORIDA. Why Aoa't yen *4rr* bottler Get in.line ;for better .b alth.-

MRS. J. B., GILBERT lit St. CathXIn camping.; Vane R. Wolfing11 new one-third the copt of a new .T(). T. R. Haley and hte .wlfo./tf be beginning te &;,. .Ibe..,. Drug Store carriei .1>1'. .jUPlea*.'Medlclnea.
I ...<*M t All df.dens-rlatl Sumner street. 4-ltx: I one. 1. Bryant. street Orlando.,'b. married: Thomas It. Bailey and
Florida. 47-lti: Harah A. B.llehrll wife:; William S "V 11
FOR' SALE!! Sfven passena-er SB S Hudson and hi. wlfe.U he ImarrlrdI) -..,.....-____. --.
....-power. Cadillac I'AINTING-It. you wabt your C.r.or Joseph H. Hudson and hi. wiFe If he" ---r-
In Al condjtloia. May house painted call at SI Sumner be married, Oi-oraje E. Hudson and his .
Prentla & Thomas Uar. tOurlnac.r'l atrevt. Vane R. \%Wotrlii .-' 4-ltx wife. It he bs married; Albert 'V' Uurd- 1'1.: tl.ll 'FLEER.S 1IRu.FLORIDA
ncr and his wife. If he be married:
FOR SALE-Overland GET INTO. BUBINKSS-irWatklna' 1(7: Charles n. Love and, William 74 Onhy.ns .
Prentis Thomas newly-painted.. Inquire Paint "hop, product sell to every farinrr. If Trustees of the Estate of Joseph FRUIT
over Much Ill-others' Uaraue.. S-ttx you own an auto or, team can give R. Tiintum, docenved; Charles H. Lore
bond, write today for Infoiinationwhere and \VIIIIRm M Csmb, as Trustees
FOAT FOR 8ALH-Almost new mo.tor ,you can get territory for;and as Kxecutors' Under the IR.tVIII ,
boat; capacity I or 10 passenM .rllnaproduct| of largest Inetltu- and Testament Joseph It. Tantum. GUM '
REPAIR >rs; 18 test long:; afl cypress lum tlon of "kind In wor''''. Twenty mlllloniueera. '1 l : AUTO SHOP ber. Price (1S6 complete., or will s. R. \VATKIN8OJ: ( [)topt. bushand. If sho be married: I'ercey I. ,
sell boat without* motor for |T'. 111. Wlaona. Minn. 4-ltx ,iTsntum-Hud his wlt.. If ho b.. marU V
r .P. O. Mc,ab... Klsslmmye.Park.! Itt ..ed: Leon II.' Tajttum end his wlr.. If .I. I AfrUt.tV ; ,
'1 I SECOND HAND OOOD8. bought, sold: he l.e married; Ida W. TantunV'i ,
andStorage FOR BALK-One Beta Electric WallPlate. .and. repaired. .The Casino. 44-tf her husband If she b.. na..rrhcJ' and ,
Practically new. At a reasonable Viola I D Tnntuin wndhSr .husband. 4f > .
pclce. Apply Valley Oa- WANTED.WANTKI she lie msri'iedall of whose residences flavor tfiat
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T'tf. nnd/ addresses are tuHtnown: YOU ;
1 and each of you anifliereby commanded
FOR 8ALK A new 5-room cottage on >--Lady or gentleman agentwMiivd to appear In the above entitled I .i -
BRING IN XQUR CARS brick road: ha. two port.ties, well In the city of Klialimmx. to' reuse on or l>."'e the Tth day of : lingers and
screened; has garage, bath water sell genuine J. R. Watkins iledlclnva March! A. I). 1M1.TO .
and light. Apply at 408 Vine street Hplcca, Extracts; Toilet Preparations The hell. law" of John R Hodsun. :
I I l-4t3t: etc. All or spare time. A dcrenai; The devisees under the lin erJ".JI
wonderful opportunity to get Into Will of John B Hudson deceased. and 'l., ,
L .. ,, FOR 8ALH--China otoset oil" heater. bualn I ,,aa for yourself' Write I today all paitlea clalmliiir' an Interest the
wall clock. Burrouirhe adding maI forYrne1 particulars and eampl. J.R land hereinafter described. rlns
OPENFROM7A.M.tolOP.M. 1 I I chine: all food as new. Lot sundry Watkins Company, 60. Mumphlo.Tenn. n Hudson deceased or otherwise' )
I I office supplies; low price J. I*. 4-2t claiming nn interval therein: The
1 Phllllpe Lumber Company. 60-lf heirs At law of Joseph R. Tantum. decensid. -
WANT15 :-Man to Solicit hoime to' The 'devi.i.cs under the' Will
''OR 0ALE3-Fine residence property", hot.r Apply to Mr. Orlin. at Mak- of Joseph R T"J>lum. deceased and
quarter-block seven roomed houee Inson's Hardware.- 4-4t all pArt ,'a clHlmlna an 'Interest In the I
trees. oaJce. land described. under Joseph I
orange tapes pecan IJve hereinafter ...
.. vines. shrubs Oarage: FARMKH8--Send today. for a freeaample H. Tantum. deceased. or otherwise J
woodshed and two spare room In' copy. of the Florida Farmer claiming an Interest therein: and f
rear. Reason for selling property I and Stockman published at Jack AIL PART1RH or i..--rann. <'lalmlnaanInterest
too large for preeent owner. Apply _..111.. 4Te4u. .baat "vestoek rsls- In the following. described. ,
Valley QaieUe.. Ft log. dairying, poultry, citrus fruit land which .Is the land described In : ..
BlOJDED. and tracking weekly", at II.00., per the Bill of Comnlntnt In this ease to- '
DOBSO.. [ P'OR BALK-One Naah touringcar year...--three. rears. for ".00. Only wlf Tile ""...t-ha If (W_om) of MieRouthWest ,._ f1th.
and one Haynes aevenpsssenaertouring livestock and general farming paperIn quarter (!!WM) of the r ,,
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car. Both of these at bar the elate. Write teday. rornwrs .......r t I.. 'Va u. ....,..u. -
gain' price. W. B. Maklnaon. City. 'Fourteen . Township Twenty-five ..-
2-tf VVANTRD-FARM: I want to hear un South.' Range Twenty-nine nil ..
I. front .party having farm for aale Baal containing twenty (IA) acre*. '
SELLS I FOR 8.LL5---Ponies. faddte .Hors** 2 v.a.4.: .. and description. B-r. more or I..... Mod*'r T. R.-Haley and '
sod' msrea. *60 up.8.. W. K Partner Campaign Illinois: his wife. \\t he l>o married: Thomas It.Mailer ,
'foreman New nden Plantation. V and Sarah A. "" "...v. his wife1;' II'
near .' Kla., or A. KThoman. William Hudson and ha wife tf he be< \
\ Fire; ,. Life. Aoci4 fit siid :. .::;_. Fla41tf.: LOST I, married; Jvseph H. Hudson and btawlf ; ,
*. If he be married, George K w', V
FDR: 8AJ8AX.R. -Oood ..cond-h.n" For<1 IX>HT-iBlack bIN book containing Hudson and his wife. If he be married -
Health Plate Glass Ua- -.... Sam 0. Half...*... It. $11160 In arovernment bonds and some : Albert J. (]ardn..r and his wIfe : : ,
ont 1U.fI'OR. reoalats Wultable1 rewfd If returned If he be married. : Charles. U Love and,
to B. arker. 111 W..aunontMivenue of the
> William M. Canhv. as Trustees
bility and Boiler Insurance. .; .' 8A-LK----Horsea- and ....1_ Inujre Klsslmmee Florida Ratalof' Joffeph R. Tantum. deceased ... "5,
<| .. .-ef J. AL MllUr ltf. S 4-ltx : Charles B. Lore _William M* !' -' -
Bond Executed __ r. Camby. as Trustees and as Hxecutors of I ..
Legal :
under the Will and Testament. of .... CL
Joseph R. Tantum. ......0..10-': Annie I>. p.
: Same Needed. M. Tnntum and tier hosheni. 'I If Che be .. s 'I
Day '
F f ' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSfcntly I married; ivcey: if Tantnm end his A. .:

turn wife. and If he wife married Jf he: Leon be. married B Tan-: : : :'i : .i

Ida W. Tantum and h.. she the
OFFICE: Stats Bask handy. nOTICE TO CH'RDITOHS be married and Viola fr Tantum and of : : : e z-
r to be Jack Barbernd ,'
I The men proved I her husband 1f she he married If .
/ a lad about sixteen year. of age .. v.." of the roaatr. Jadae. OserConnty. any of the same be deceased or otherwise of : ..
,. !who (gave his name as Otis Cub- .!. ,. State of "" .rW.. claiming an Interest In the above ....
reslden04a "
described lend All of -
hedge With their prisoners and the In ro Estate of August Ordas and addresses .unknown-: TOU, the/ <'
Iwo utills. as evidence the officers returned To all Creditors. Legatee Olstrlbutees and each of you are hereby commanded ....'
Kisslmmee after first and all 1'ersons having Claims to In the above entitled .. V
to appear
I or Demands against aald Estate: 4th of : ,'
the day my
f having' poured ouf about six gallons 'f You. and each of )you are herebynntlnVil cause on or 1521.before: : -
tnt the '"beer"-.and the culprits were "I and required to prmient any APkNEB1{ the 7IonOrIhti' CV. O Andrew M : V '
claims and demands whirs. you. or Above ("efurl. and \
in jail. Later on bond waa *. Judge of the
DEATH placed either of have therelate > .
you against '.
thereof and I Hieseal
/ fixed by Judge Comer at' five hun- of u"r'tl'rd doceneen.: late mv of nal1 said,. as Court/flerk<< at Kls"lmme Osceoln by .

',tlred dollars in each case, and after of Osceola County. Florida to the undersigned Counts Florida on the list tIny 14. "'..
I' Kmrerutrtx of snld ealate.within : ; .: jet
Ache bondsmen were secured the two were of "ece. A. n. 1020.CIRCUIT
pains, nervousness difficulty two years from dtihrrof.. t
1SRALI. >v
in urinating often mean fl1'eae& They will appear befor Hated August 23. A. n lt'U.MARIE ( COUBT.1. ... OVreRflTRI'1T. ...
the first term of court. ()MAR.. of <".. above Court '
As Clerk
averious disorders. The ...It Kiecutrli.NOTUH .
world's .
f Sheriff Farmer was elected upork 7RIUItlt 8TFF.D. ,
: standard remedy for kidney liver that effort '..woulr1Ibe Solicitors for Complainant. t. ., : S
platform every OF AIM'I.ICATIO ,FOR TAX __J be : :
bladder and uric add trouble] *)- made to wipe out the making o ItKKIt.NOTICI5 OF APPLICATION FOIl TAT .f '' S
'liquor in this county; and these firs ta 'HEREBY OIVKN That NOTHM IE113I). ".. "! ... '
GOLD MEDAL rrest5, made, so soon after taklnibfflce Corrle K. Jones' ur I ... Tax .. .
goes far to prove the offlcia Certiorates NoW. O and .r4llSt. NOTICE V IS HEREBY GIVEN That I. -
the 3rd of has W. I.. Thorndyhe purchaser of Tux .
when he asked
. : .-aLFM Was not jesting flied .. 14cirrt r..n.lnA'tn offlce.% : and Certificate Nov 1004, dated the 8d day I to ...
.. franchise. of the people upon thi has made application for tax deed of June A. D. 1*18. ha. filed said certlflcate .
: Qt ground alone. "I believe Farmer wil Issue l In accordance with law. t"l In my'dto-t> :.u'a1: .... : .
certificates application for th. '
make good official aait embrace the following: t
a mighty scribed property. situated In Osceola aaoordance. with law. Said certifIcateerhracea l I"i
'. twine qpfck; relief end often ward off bn. tax-payer. .. be is not going -,County, Florida to-wlt. the followlngr. described.roperty. bill

.;: deadly cfl_ Known ne the fne'emedy to stand for any illegal work I himy Lot 6 as embraced In Certlnoate No. I I :. situated In Osceola County. ".. or.
of Holland for line and he's not going to al 41 and Lot J embraced In Certificate : ......
more than 100AH No. 48. of : lock 1. Florida brained rlLotdV;; E. of 0-Neal and 0.- I II ..'
... .ys. drucfrista. in three __ >ofrt a friendship to Interfere with bi' nnd Company's Sub-division'I t. borne Addition. I: ; aM

.. .... ...... .....c.I L........ __... line of duty. ADd' be'Ir-not afraid e The .sals' land. being assessed at.:ell > .The said :land being assessed at lbsdate I d I .
.. .._........... mythmg .that. 'brehet-r-or -move date of Issuance In the name Mf Unknown oflssu-ane* of said certlrtcate In In 1 or*"
:> ," ; S Unless said csrtineat 'shallbe the name of JJonearan. A. BUnless I ; for.
., bout I" JNATIONAL redeemed according to law. taced ; said certifIcate shall be redeemed : .- .
e PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING j will 'Issue thereonon the .8lh accordlnsT to law tax deed I 1 ...: t
.,' EDITORS day of February. A. I). f llJ. will issue thereon on the 10tb day of ,.. < i .,,
I.. OVER8TREET. Janu.,)'. A. D. 3221. I ./ 4
Al Werk Gaaraata .. MAT VISIT KISSIHMEE Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County. /.I* OVICRSTrlKET. 1 IClerk' i i'' I

... ...... Florida Otncult Court. Osceola County.Florida. :! I .
(Circuit Co-irt Seal) .-It .
; .A. B. YOPERPaeae Frank B. Stoneman. editor of th< S V (Circuit Court Seal. ItitTHB .
pHarai' Herald and George: E.Hosmer :< TICH TOCH EDITORS to. .".*.i

ditor of the Bradentown Journaloth IN! CIHCBIT COURT ITS' AND : : : ::: I,
K issiamMee' ::
FOR OHCHOLA C tJlllrr.( ..
34. FlyittaPat .
members of the committee 1 1sook t In C..r4 of the Ce>.aty Jed.., 1
C..t ;IN"
lat of Florida.In .
S ::
, .. after and complete the itinerar; S 5 -
Johnston O. P. QARRBT """"
Pat .
if the National Editorial Aasociatio -' re Estate of Arthur M. Vorh_.. Naval Stores Company. L4''S.

I, -.. JOHNSTON GARRETT | -were'in Kissimmee on.Tuesday al To. all Cr dltbrs. Lea-ateea, IMstrlbu- a corporation. or : ; ;.t i; "'I
tees and all Peraens vs. ,
claimsor i
."ATT.ORNEYSATVAWOf to talfc to the business me I. .
I moon Demands against said Instate; : Stephen W. Aldrich, et ls. '

j 4' floes:' \\0: 11 and' 12 Osceola Band regarding hundred the member.coming of:--visit.theassociaWon ,of th notified You' and and each required of you to present'are hereby any No. ljTO U I .....
v. de
claims and demands of the defendants
which or : Each
; Building.KIBSIMMICK. you.
in March. The membership < of ..
bill c6m- -
either or you, mjhave against the In the, complainant's
.. .. FLORIDA .She association carries s roster Is
. & ully four thousand and of the late of Osceola County Florida* to the You will please take notice that on of !! : ." '
1 '" w undersigned Executrix of said estate, the 8th day of January. A1flI -ta
here will arrive 'at .
March 7, fully five hundre DatedNovember 10. A. D I!l2f1. In the above entitled cause. by Its
M. TILLER representatives, who will spen 'MART LILLIAN VORHKES. I solicitors: Fleming' and Fleming andF. _...'
4S-9t Bxecutrlx.' P. Hamilton will apply to the
,. /
j bout three weeks in' Florida Clerk of the above court to Issue a A.

: Real t Estate! Agency. I I ,.Messrs. Stoneman and Hosmiddressed IN THK\CIUCUIT doUR? OF TUB 1 I commission to J. Marvin Glance Ashevllle.of (.". I ..of

,*: a meeting of repreeent* HHVr5NTKRNTHi JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SOt Prhumor Building .
Chat OF THB' STATE OF KI.. RinA. IN State of North Carolina. a c mml..lon.r '
1 j '< Realtr'B ugSl and sold.Hoises live' citizens gathered in the thuagniflcent AND FOR OSOEOL.A COUNTY: IN .. on behalf of. complainant to of take the :;: :: ; : : : ..' :
.. er of Commerce rooms upon CHANCERY: L. H. Wltlock. Com the testimony .ro..A. Petteway .. S
1 rentedA advertising' which you plalnant. Versus" Thomas. (*, held et City of Asheville North Carolina a "' : b-
l if arrangements could I al respondents: ,BILL 'o, QUIET TILH material, witness on Behalf of complalnnnU : :f : :
:\ ; Takes paid and'Titlel verifi1ed -. iccrue : OROKH OF TUflLlCATION: In accordance with the provisions -
ft .
ade for the caring of I these ?HW STATE OF FIX>RIDAc of Section 1K4J and other sections S
) |*: for,.non-residents. ; undred people as they come fro .TO: Thomas O. Reid and Elizabeth of the General Statutes of FlorIda I or ,

.f ;( Fire: ,Life and Accident Ini < the south on Sunday March 20. T 'Charles 8. Reid,'W.r and Homer W,n. Doswell Rumsey,: for out the. of reason the that county said In witnessresides which ,"
.'!, surahce. matter of entertaining' them All of whose.residences. and said ease Is pendlnaand that com.plalnant : by ,
,1 '" luncheon was discussed 'as well are unknowns You and .. believes that a material part ) _
, c 'r! : Indemnity Bonds. them by a are hereby commanded to .ddr".j of Its claim depends upon the t..tltl- '
for entertaining \
. plans the above entitled cause. on monv of such' ...lIne... Proposed Interrogatories f.
. .. ......... .......... .- tomobile rides over the city-a the. 7th day of March. A. I). mi now on "'e'n said ( . '
. j _ __________'________________ agreeing that no better means TOAll parties claiming an Interest I I court. .'
O.. V.. KRJBB8 AIAKERMAN securing excellent publicity. dire In the following deseribedBeginning land, : ,' S F. p 'HAMILTON.FIKMINO | / S
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STEED"KR1BBS. ?*tt feet East ofRouthweit "the. V
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from the pens of the editors a corner of BIQC'kV" of Solicitors .for Complainant. II-It N : *
i AKERMAN 'AND STEED prominent writers had ever befo Henry A. Mathews Addition to the ( J
Florida. If the matt Town of Klsslmmee City. Florida) GU..RDIAN'. NOTICE' TO SELL R.: .
offered :
-il Attorneys ..* CesiBielrs nt Law been thence East ;J, ..<%
be done Irmediately run 60 feet: thence North REAL ESTATE .., S
must ,
1 Klaslsssae*. ITIoHdn can be financed it S1SH feet: thence West Hits feet: O ]
1 0.-1 .......- In sill State ... -as it is essential that t thence! Mouth 'TIM feet thence East In C.." of C...lrJJ. >..... II'.'. of .C.,.. : : :: : or
\:1: 1,. United 1'.'_ C/onrts. complete itinerary be. at once.issu. Jt Vi feet and thence South ISO feet to Florida Oseeola C...,,,. the. "t-
in .stat IBB the place of betrlnnlneAll lying In :; : : ; "
J. W. THOMPSON ao that editors every and being n part of Block: "W of said In re Estate of Adam Frank Hs.eU -' S
be well posted. :To that end. Chat Henry t. Mathews Addition to' John and Grace Hebb. Minors.Notice "* "
man Johnston appointed at co Town 0 Klsslmmee City. Florida th.1 Is hereby given to all whomIt I. ...- '
': whs" ou1d de. Thomas O. Reid and Elisabeth. may concern. that Leon Hebb. As : ; : = S
. 'l: p.rat. Direcjor mittee to determinf :. .. Reid his wife; Homer Burosey Guardian of the Estate of Ada..Frank. A.. ,
, done the followinp-ifJU, .of.. whom ajnens.lInterested51&t.the Charles a-Cary and Wm.'I. If John and Oraoe Hebb. Minors. will on ;3 If. '
"Hit any of the same be deoeasdnrother. the tth day of January A. P. 111. :.:

, I. "4i 4..>. % PD. . itl D' .t't: ; _ \ wise claiming. an Internet therein. : All apply' to the'Honoreble'' *. M. Murphy.County 01'W. ; .". 'tj"
: Jt of whoa* residences I .i-and addreasesare Judge In and for said Count
;i UCENSEO 'EMBALMER' p. -C. ,stanfor4-JFlivI'tupfer- unknown: Too ,and each of you" at hie, office In Klsslmmee In said 1"n. ; ; 6*...

H. Wilison,.....,D.-Woodbeck.-s are hereby commanded< to appear In County o'clock m. : ) j 5v' '
trt'.I: tt"r DO.u = ,R. :
the ;above entitled
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Ay- Jonb McPhatter. ; / -.. ;-*** C. )0a.
dIaapeLB: AprlC.A.-D. :
Store ind'c Wu 111.oln for authority to .U. at public or .
Every citizenIn K1ss1mmes5aOsceola. WJTl'fF.88' tbe H..o..Ie, C. O. Andrws. private sale the 'fellowlng- leecrlbedreal
\d, KIBIMIJ. P11DAi V county should becoiM'W : JudgSf tbeabve;. COllrt. and. estate. In said County to-wit J... ;',
\i ....'_.'7 enthnslastie-ever the coming- mYpasse' aM sclet-k 4kereet and tb.eaa The'undivided Five-Eighteenth In. d, f'r it
' 4 estly "' I _r4 Ce.rt .at.M.imme.: 0.-- t.r..t otsed' miners tR .iid to:-I...t
rLEwIS.O'MYA?! so eminent. a body of men.vnU .. County,," V'orI"-.n$ the Ilat day For' (4)'o WorlS'i*'" >un ,
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-" William J; Work, now singing In The Osceola :

d4 .' the' evangelistic meeting being con- BT U' H, WILSON CQUNTT AOKN1I'am I Hardware Company
; Bwrtment'All mat".' r intended for In tills a. early d* ducted at the Baptist church, will ; . .

+ poMlbto Advan eatl of cotnInr give a sacred concert at the BaptistlGYr'Ya"bA.1Q _ very 'anxious, ,to ,see :\ever h
events mu.t be uthtntlc. Cut .I milk ,cow in this county receive"-yk< ... "
'. Thon 11. and ask for "Societyform ." I .
Close promptly at ten. o'clook I, tuberculin test, and make the mill ) t
b each Friday morning. hgti p..Nfi'r k )
absolutely safe for home \Use Ha+"
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NEW 'YEAR MARRIAGE this done, for the 'baby's sake. If foi I,. ', ,Cf' ,
-; 1N. CHURCH no other reason You owe this 't o :
D.. J. Harper of Orlando, and Miss the health of your child. All citlei
::4'v J Jltuth I). Richards were married in as a rule compel dairies to1' nee thai 'I .'
the Christian church on Saturday, all\ cows receive the tuberculin tesl t -. iL ,
January 1 'Rev, W H. Coleman officiating. ,' once every year. The ,state will\ do 'fe :: .r
The 'ring ceremony was \' this for you upon request, free olharge. '
lined. A few friends, only, of tho (' Notify your county agent ti: 1 "
N contracting parties were present at; how many cows you wish tested, and
the services. he will got in touch with the state I
,,,"> Veterinarian. This Is very Important ,
MISS TILLER ENTERTAINSON .. and I advice the practice ot' j '
NEW YEAR'S L'VKA r' same at an early date. 'j'I :
A delightful/ affair was .that given ry What do you intend to plant this y I
l> Ht the charming home of Airs. PorterC. spring. The markets ,on all com- I i
Buttorff, ,420: Emmett street when modities are at this time quoting low I -.L'I. .
Miss Katherine Tiller was hostess to ', prices, but don't forget that this will
ski a large gathering of her young have a. tendency for farmers to letup I I.I I.
friends. The rooms was charmingly I on planting consequently prices I
1 alive with adornments and choice refreshments will rise as products become scarce. :s:
were served The invitation The people ale !,going to pat as well
f list included Misses. Violet aM the farmer and his family} must f

Bullock, hrun"ol\y. LydiaConard eat, so plan now what crops will If
1 Carr Carolyn benefit you this coming season. _- f
Vripp, Lillian Harris, Lucy Lupfer, Melanosc, citrus scab, and scale NC iI
Virginia Lesley, Elizabeth Parker, ,. insects seem very abundant at this ;;
'4 Margaret Stanford, Mattie Stanford, 'tJ ., / time in many grpves. A good com I.a

v I/atirvtla Snodgrass: Ada Louise bination spray to use, starting the I";
,t Simpson Mary Tiller, Dorothy middle of January again when the +>
J. Work
} Wells; Walter Bass, Ned Bullock : W., bloom sets, and piobablv) later on in I ,

C4 ; iiordon Bullock Roy Graves. John hurch Sunday' afternoon at three. the spring, \in! bofdeauoil. The Bar
Graham, Milton Graham Sheldon thirty o'clock. There will be no ad- deau. 4-50 with T*<;ifi length of oil '
rV Johnson, Leroy Lesley, Roscoe Robcrson I mission foe charged and there is a mixed well together is being used ; I M
Joe Sears, Bryan Simpson 'general invitation to the public Mr. successfully.In" --_ -- -
Will M. Tiller, Leo Wilson, Bert Work has achieved pleating fame the next two weeks I expect to s.

tp g Wells! Platt Wooldridge !las' a baritone singer whose voice pqs- enroll a number of boys in the Corn ;: 1 L
Club. How many boys in this county :
POPULAR YOUNF COUPLE sesses an unusual clarity an dsweet- SELL THE
i I ness. In ,addition to the following: | are willing to learn the better
Miss Alice and Mr. program Mr. Work will give a groupof I methods of farming I If you expectto
Rubyc Peavy farm, start early, boys, and get

S1h holy Frank bonds S. Edwards of wedlock' were at united high in noon the Open negro The spirituals Gates _:____ _____ _Knapp I the fundamentals as you go If I Incomparable Detroit Stove
can club of il Vapor
Friday at the home of the bride i The Good Shepherd ___ .Vanduwater get a good boys doing
Tho Voice in The Wilderness..Scott Ithe right kind of work, will see that
Judge O L. the
Dayton performing
to I W. J" Work I I they have a week's ramp this sum I

/ ceremony. Confidence ____ _____MendelasbhnImpromptu mer. (How does that suit you boys ?
kfi surprise The! wedding to their came riiqay as friends a complete Only __________ _-_Schubert Write me a letter if. you are interested 1 :eC 0 ih4G'Q 4 4 ?44 i 44QP 4--X-> oHoO:vfil'4 MviaP08{ .
giving vour address. .
Mrs. J. Johnson'The
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immediate relatives and few intimate -
.t Lord My Light___ ___ Notice to 'all stock raisers: I have
is Speaks 'Y'
friends were present The letters from several firms quoting furnish. profitable empolyment to' section 2 of which was contained the
Oh, Savior of The World____ _BuckFear
((rooms were decorated with Christ- AMERICA COMPETES 1 '
hindieds of thousands of farmers
Not Ye, Oh rMruI'LBuck prices on corn, (ground) .velvetbeans following:
ftUK mas bells, holly, poinsettias and | WJ. Work and peanut hay. If you are and create grant wealth in the south ;;! "That the secretary of the treasury -
p ferns. 'Song of The running; low. on feed, and expect to and in the country at large! if these be, ami he is hereby, authorl ell
Immediately after the ceremony ;iTwo: Portraits feed through the remainder of the WITH THE CHEAPER I industries could he protected by: a and! dn.ei.ted! to enter hito contracts'
t the happy couple left for Kissimmee Miss Louise Quitsch I winter get in touch with your county prohibitive tariff if need be, againstthe for the enlargement! extension remodeling -

s where they will spend the holidays By The Waters pf BabylonEowellOh I I agent, for he turn assist you in. obtaining : imports from the Orient We building, reconstruction: "
Irv I visiting with the 'lJ >arl'nts. ''
1 ; your feed LABOR OF COOLIES cannot afford to have American'or improvement of the following
.Savior, Hear Me _ Buck
'The bride .is the youngest daughter H
'The Remember the county agent; is at farmers, white or black, work in buildings within the reepeclive.limits.
of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Peayy/ and Ninety and Nine.Champion your service free. In mv office every i I competition with Oriental coolies, I I''of cost hereby fixed: UnitedStales

friends by the! Snore Saturday and make Saint Cloud Nationally-Known( Publication Argue whose wage are but a few cents a pcv-toffue at KiKHinirpee, Florida -
MV. Edwards came here fro'11' Kinnlmmee -!! NOTES mv headquarters on Tuesday. Leave For Protection For Some o: TheSouth' day, any more than we can afford to :9 ir,ooo."
i and is connected with the FROM ST. CLOUD call for the agent at the Saint Cloud' have American industrial workers I I In the senate this! lull was referred
Dade City Packing; Company. He Tribune office. Special Productions i forced into free competition with ihe I:to the ("ornmitU-c1 on I'ublic'Build-

,./ had made many! friends here who I. industrial workers of the east, who 'o ings and Grounds; January 22: 1917
+ congratulate trim upon winning so I '. and Mrs. Robert gals, of OHIO CLUB PROMISESA A few years ago the development I Wages range from lOc to l5e!; a claj and no further action was taken on
4' handsome and accomplish a young have arrived in St. Cloud MUSICAL PROGRAM of the soy bean industry promise\ *? I We have repeatedly stated tha0 it. -

-,r woman for' his bride.-Dade City for the winter. They 'are at the to become one of the most J' a leading American engineer, now I| On January 26, 1917 the house of

a Banner.MRS. --- New F. F.England Clark house.has taken charge of The Ohio Club will moot Monday oils of the smaller industries prosper-1'J UtJ on.rllll fea. .-w' ah" ..;Jll Representatives' passed a bill making

tl AULTMA HOSTESS I I the Pifer House and is' being assist evening, January 10, at seven-thirty south. Florida, we believe, led the J; will be with u* once again, gel Appropriations for the construction,
t. AT CHARMING RECEPTION ed Miss Gprrie Williams. o'clock at Hart Memorial, and the ''way, and for a few years the j. December first until the fair op-jjppair. and preservation! of certain

1 f ) Honoring Mrs. J. J. May who with'I The New England Society will general public is cordially invited to for soy: bean seed planting\ south I con* ,ublic works on rivers and harbors
her be present" There will be a musical other of the M. R. 20079, in which was containedDic
1 daughter, Mrs. W. B. Crawford 'I I meet in the upper Grand Army hall poses in parts CITIZENS OF
,left for their future home in Orlando next Tuesday "afternoon, at two nrogram-followed bv a social hour took the entire production of VOLUSIA SEM' following provision:
II" cm 'Wednesday,' and Mrs. K. S. John- o'clock. Itc DR KICKER. Piesident state Afterwards North Carolina'! ORANGE URGED'TO i "KiBsimrnee River, Florida: For

'eon, whe will leave within a few days Located with Miss Hasber, corner ,'I became! a leader in the industry and TO SHOW, A'naintenance $4,000; completing im-
CALL NO-FENCE LEAGUE iroyement In accordance with the
\ to: join her husband in Jacksonville, of Illinois avenue and Eleventh: a any bean business developed rapidly W. R. O'NEAL
tj 1", }.frs.., S. It. ''Aultman''' was hostess ; street, are Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hutch- MEETING ON WEDNESDAY both in the raising of this' crop | J. lumbered'port' submitted One hundred in House and Document
Tuesday afternoon when her home and in its use I hy oil mills. At onetime President 1( thirty
; ens, of Lawrence, Michigan, and Mr. ..
K ...
A meeting of all in i'\en, Sixty-third congress, first t ; newspaperman looked the demandfor
tat 317 Broadway was thrown open 'and/ Mrs Arthur G. Rawson, of Che- it as though
,t There the state has 1 been called bv .1. W beans would make this one I ._ Jon, $47,000; in all *B 1,000"
tomanytinvited guests. was boygan. soy i i T : 4 8x'4 Q40040460:
? J Sample, president of the Florida No- of the most of he '! In the senate this bill was referred
? eWbirdpunt" and the filling ofeouvenirfaddress Mrs. Mary Young, an Ohioan who prosperous crops :
be held 1 in the city the Committee on Commerce, Jnn-
books, after which has her j Fence Leajrue to entire south and to some extent this !
arrived to visit son, Joe II.
?SA; ay dainty repast including sandwichesof ,Young, is so pleased with Saint hall at Tampa on Wednesday\ January has been, true on a small scale: but' 16 REDUCTION IN PRI(i 27, 1917 with and by that committees.,
several varieties 12, ate two o'clock, in the after- the of beans and y 'ported pertain amendments
creamed chicken importation _soybean
she soy
I(|I Cloud that has purchased the d
ettlng our NEW PRICE LISTS JUt :ebruary< 10, 1917, but the bill failed
<>n. has
; KuaMa jelly fruit punch, ''cocoa mer- I between Tenth and Eleventh srteets. .The mirpose of, the meeting 'JIt I to teriaf, effect on the 'growth of the'" ALS, PROMPT SHIPMENT.- Oi: pass the senates
e' .
ngne, ,cakes and eonfeetlonery,'was hi in IliAaa nnnnljk together' realiseInv sod bean industries in the south and 'prayers, Poultry Supplies.! 1 Vl'ry.truly yours ,
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-- 'tht thl't'-e'spp E. O. PAINTER igncd) William Tyler Page,
served,: ,Preceding the luncheon was are of the development of 'oil
: I '('short program; LEGION s GIVES THANKS ,"Moulders of Public Opinion" in order from these beans says ,the making,t ACKSONVILLIV j jt Clerk House of Representatives., ,.\
TO MINNESOTA PAPERS that ell pet tOI't'th..r"oh a
Recitations by Miss Virginia LesIlet may ture Record, of Baltimore.; CALENDARS .s
-,"Because;". "Poor White Trash.' uniform plan for bringing; the No' The extent to which China Is furnishing I !, ATTRACTIVE.
'-Recitations bv Miss' Ada C. Wag-I I By way of showing their f'Itilnde i Fence matter before the entire state, ; this country with soy beans t GIVEN BY GRANTHAM
d b, 1.r"I."Aeneal A.rlcaf\lS.! ." I: to the newspapers of the a'Me fi.- Iso that each and every person working is indicated in a letter from Cornel- lit ----
t Recitation by Miss Grace Winn: their loyal support during! ,, the year I ; for this law will 'be working: In ius Vanderbilt, Jr., a sp) cml correspondent i C II. Granthan has' been present- 1S
v_ Jane..Jones." ,1920. the Minnesota department of unison with all the rest. of the New York Times, fig his customers and friends with avry .
: 'Tha guest list included Mrs. A. the American Legion has sent each The principles of the Florida No-- written from Seattle on November clever and expensive calendar
latkerman"Mrs. ...-II, M.-vBoyte Mra. newspaper a ,letter of thanks. Each Fence League are as below: '>5. In that letter he states' that for the current) year...o delicate and I
f Roy H., Brink' Mr* W?; II.' Coleman, letter bore the signature of A. H. "It is the intention of the Florida from 2,000,000 to 5000.000 Chinese! {harming as to form an .additional
; Mir W, C. Edward, Mrs L. R. Vernon, department commander. No-Fence League to press forward workers are engaged in the produce! rnament for "any -room. In -.theJ_
h 'Farmer ''Mr*...,JL"A II, Gedge, Mrs. J. for the enactment of.a bill by the tion of soy beans for shipment, to' ou e.H Mr.; Grantham secured ,but ::.IT
,W,.Chapman,.*"!!!*.'.4 F. S. Gilbert LEGION MEMBER WINS next legislature; to prohibit the running America. Between June 1, 1910,and limited number of thoae souvenir '
Mrs, 3'1 J{ May, Mr*. M. II. Porter MEDAL AND A PURSE I at large of live stock, to become May 31, 1920 according to reports but will supply caller :**' long all
Mr*.-L.8.; Proving Mr. T\ M, Rivers, operative; January 1, 1953. by a referendum furnished by the T'ector of Customs 1 ie supply holds out :lfr.-;Vii i
y )t& G/G.\ Stef ,e....Mrs.; H. C.: Stanford Patrolman Joe Treglia, an Am- vote of the people" and containing at Seattle to Mr...yanderbllt, I ." .
....Mrs. CfA., '!' F4 erican Legion member of Omaha; a orovlslon that any county, the imports of soy 'tan"otl 'for"th' REA TING VALUES :'.,
..-'GlTbomaeonn.MIs. AlmpaoWater fan, will receive a medal and a cash, purse or part of countv, which does not Washington state district amountedto '
:Mia Ada Walr1Nr,'Miss Grace Wlnn.p as a result of his bravery in puttingout I want. to be Included within the operation 174,579,000 pounds, valued\ at FROM PALM FRONDS
of ,the law may by a local opMon - of the KEEPS STORY BUSY
a burning fuse leading; to tins 22474013. Durnqnine
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.u ;: ' of gasoline and kerosene in a restaurant vote, exemot itself making; pro- twelve months In that period soy -
: ,'TOO TtKNT LATE-I>.".lr TO bl cLA.siryPOn rooms located The whole block probably vision at the time of exemption for bean oil was the leading iMport of ,, '..1. I (Continued; from Pare:On) i
+t '*.bovehe' KlMlmraee postofnoa. Forxrtlciilar would have gone up in an explosion the protecting of adjoining or surrounding the district of Washington and the J r n. There are the great houses' of
t. 'ohonv 162. 4.1to If Treglia had not investigated the counties or parts of coun- port of Seattle while peanuts exceeded ew York and Chicago, of Philadel- f
*" "Wanted-Large, clean! cotton 'rag unlocked'door of the store and found ties (from depredation! by.; Its open soy bean oil imports in March his and. St. Louis, which have- ale I'

at___'Ga sette_ofrtce. the flaming fuse. range stock." ...., and April. Seattle' docks, said Mr ady become interested in the pro. j
r Vanderbilt are at all times filled For SmoWhen uct-aid are working out plan and .,j
;. with great mountains of' bean-o'.l a hemes as to how these pretty or- tea.(.
--_-_ ,.'..Iraft. ;, . __ e.. -."" .Ift __ I. I"__r e.. .11..___ Ib .,.,...... Irf ..'. -It____ 14 -It____ ... "A__, can 11'. Long trains each day leave amentatlona can best be handled. .

d that city loaded with tanks filled "- .Thousand of them frond haven
.tI with refined bean oil. All of this is ordered by several large houses

DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE / CEO. T. SINGELTARY made possible, he said by, thoavork -and already the Kissimmee plant ,
a., I of cbolies, whose wages '. p\' K'itn'ate' being taxed to keep ahead of the
.1. .. ? ..Ioi.r ,Ye. Pr aid rat six cents a day. Mr Vanderbilt emand. Almost a half-million\ of !'

tates that -60 percent of all the mil- i e needed fronds-and it should' be .
H' lions of gallons of soy bean oil nderstood that only with care can $
t brought to Seattle (and he gives Seattle he .proper plant be secured, and the ::41 I
the credit for the greatest vegetable lection requires much time and' pa-' : ;:N I
oil port in the world) Is usedin You "Can, GiLUCERI fence-.are now In. store being pre-. .
How Old Are You? the manufacture of soap. Moreover ;a red "for transformation into the fwd'" ,
: this oil, he says, is found on effect production;. and a visit to the,
'' I, the 'table In the forms of soups and I urlng-pUnt discloses' the fact that' ,
\ An old proverb says: ."It i. never too late to learn. If your I '
salads, the salad oil In many case ore than three acres of ground areleedett .r:
have let the year.. of youth past without accomplishing anything. being refined with bean oil. Butter- "- to care properly for the stock :" .\',,':,
don't get discouraged. No man is a failure until he become a ine is also made from soy bean oil, ready on hand. .r >

quitter. Men have done great things in their older year Franklin though peanut and cocoanut oil are Lyles V. Story Is to be con grata?;.. t ll"!I.

t at 50 mtdied natural philosophy; Dryden and Scott were not known reported as preferable. "Chops ted upon Installing this' business , .:"
Vandelbilt "are In the I hleh will much In''the of ,
eaid "Mr. pan mean way
at author until each was in his fiftieth year; Handel wa 48 before .
i of a million citizens, being fried In I venue for the-eity. It,will not only :
'' ;,; he published any of his great work And it i i. never too late for a lard product made from the same rove an excellent advertisement fort 1 : .

you to begin'to accumulate money. We welcome you. bean oil from the beans gathered by .jMlmmee and Osceola-gr plants, i'
the Chinese coolies." ut will eventually establish a ...payI.. i's
2 ;A t If you are an out-of-town reader, you can This story as to the enormous Importations >11 that will prove beneficial to the 1.,.

w'1t mail. tell how? of soy beans and soy bean tyV It would be a pleasing plan for '
bank with u* by May we you
P oil-through Seattle, of which we are very citizen in Kissimmee and Os-
,.. riving onl -a few extracts here and 1 ola county to secure a few of these' ,"';i.
Bank'of Osceola County there, is indicative of the immense lijstrated' circulars describing ;the 'j J''
importations of vegetable oils from ork of tne Osceola Palm Works t" .,
- the Orient produced by coolies,whose t nd mail one In every letter sent out
% .. Hour. : 9 a. to 3 p. M. wages are anywhere from three, to f the state.. In this manner there ;
>.?_ six cents' and which comes in t ould be a 'oad' circularUatfonrtof: 1 ,
:i: competition with'the. peanut ,and cottonseed 11 ne of the product{ of Klshnmee-A,

J ..1_. "' and soy bean product of the nd the cost, of distribution would vke .v
., '- asked to ) '' ,
t :' south. Our farmer are othing. ,, #
in raising., beans pea. ,. I ""f
d i :ri Tht Bank:With:tht A.bilitv nut and cottonseed with flitand )- i To drive out worm.*ttiat are -,

labor of the Orient V-. away the strength and.., vitality
; \ and.Wflllngn.** to $irp. ' DEPOSITSVNSURED If child.'use White' '
". I '; There i Is In the south limitless\ your
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/ '." I field for the development'of the 807 I'f lII"m'I.fui"f.. It" 'rPe1.M.w
"_ ,._ ,""(...._ 'J' .,.r..J .. :. 'y '.:. -4 "; bean Industry .1 well a*.for the peanut -: vithout injury to the child <-nee
both of whieb'. ald j .. 16eSolei by RohellOQ'"PhaT
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