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 14, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00994
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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IMPORTANT. MEETING L ( .. NEW 5. GARAGE S OPENS JUDGMENT ENTERED

t CHAMBER OF COMMERCEThere : ,ON, EMMETT .STREET
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PASSING THE BUCK. -
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c. Is to b.hid a meeting of ". The property known as' the Dann AGAINST THE CITY
: FROM STATE BANIlON'ALL ( the Chamber Commerce this (Friday Y .' block, located corner of Emmett and r
) 'evening at which.matter of n4.-. Orlando,. has been bought 'by 'J. M.
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considerable antireat.will be brought Hansell who : propose to improvethe

o DEPOSITS up. On.of these topic will be the; 5'S. "LET GEORGE: DO IT' entire tract. The building facing IN 'SUMJF 575,000
T coming fair and the aeries of horse S. Emmett street has been cleaned out
and mad. presentable-and will be
and .automobile races! ,for which the 'DecIaretMatter'
ty Depositors Wifl.. Receive' Tes/Peretat fair''grounds are now being, put in unpopular used as a garage Full equipment Bat City Attorney .,u ,'

shape It is necessary that became . will be added,as rapidly .. possible.It . 'A Nullity Oceania* Thcoufh'
4 On Accoaat la BankWI..iati.Was proper
every business-man in the city-even FRIDA; DECEMBER 31, 1920 Is understood that the entire propertywlll Aa Oversight of, Clerk
tatiea Gate1.A be in nice and
put shape-
though he not be a member of -
..--- the commercial may be at the midnight hour I .-' the .dilapidated buildings dismantled.The Considerable comment :was cauaad'by

; : *' "I .xpect to commence sending out present for there I,bo4y.-should gathering sale was made through the real the statement that ,J. L. Over- .

',. checks next week to all depositors of several thousand people in 1 ty flr.ll\lof, J. McPhatter. street ,clerk of the circuit court"'fo-d. ,

'i and each one will receive just ten percent this city and It means a great thing entered "judgment by default" in the
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J :3. N. Lee of Ocala, has moved to
of the sum to his credit when
t, the State Bank closed last year" for Kissimmee. The meeting should THERE ARE FULLY | |192.1 : | .METHODS BY WHICH Kissimmee and has opened a salt filed by the Maloney-Lupfer
be attended by everyone who has in ( goods store in the Makinson bloc Company against the City of Kis-:
has been in
.aid S. H. Bullock, who '
t ; any way the interests of the community |S> next to Floyd's trroCh-y. slmmee .in which $75,000 damages
1 charge of the accounts of that institution.
i at heart.HUSTLING was claimed on account of a. breachof
..% Kissimmee May '
Improve. contract and the entire claim of
M--. Mr. Bullock was not able to tell the plaintiffs was allowed. There
I ':; the precise amount of the aggregate NO CATTLE OUTLET were numerous rumors regarding
I SHERIFF
checks the list was .
: of these -as the
having "slept
f city as
attorney
closed on the eighth,day of the pre. LETS GIVE C.O-OPERATJON A FAIR DEAL upon his rights and criticism regarding
JL ent. month and was forwarded to the OPEN
i FOR FLORIDA the laxity were rife. Th..
RAID
., state comptroller at Tallahassee on MAKES FIRST judgment was entered on Friday
Tuesday, It is through that offlc
The. contractors the bulkhead
upon
:i that these checks will issue and they AFTER 1 1Levisiaaa claimed before the bulkhead commit ('
},: will' be ser t,in bulk direct to Mr. Bui- FINDS TWO STILLS WOULD BREAK RECORDSFOR MONTHLY PUBLICATIONI JFEORUARY tee and the city: council that a breach '.
due haste in
) .i' lock who will use all LANDING FISH I BOOSTER FOR FLORIDAThe of contract had been made. S, L. '
1 11' making the deliveries. in the - :Office Only Market For Florida Lupfer for the contracting: firm offered V
Since matters were placed Three Days AftAua..r
t'" hands of Mr. Bullock he has been Throw}' Early Tuesday morning a party success of that splendid publi- Stock WisV Accept No Stock( Except , to have the matter laid beforean
Sheriff Farmer Dragnet; he named both "sides"to
,:ii extremely busy in gathering the left Kissimmee for a two-day fishing cation promoting the beauties of I From Tick-Free CountiesGeeijla authority "
"'1 tangible assets and putting them in Gets Two Men and Two Still trip; in Lake Spresmakmg the "The Scenic Highlands," issued from r be represented, and allow the mat

': shape that those, who were carrying trip in Sparling's Buster. The group i i Crooked Lake is phenomenal. Un- and Alabama have beencloeedto ter to be settled by that authority
:.; deposits at the time of the crash There is every belief that the operators consisted of George S. Daisy Me. (Ider the title of the Florida Zephyr I : shipments of stock from thus avoiding a suit of law. The of-
receive a proportionate share of illicit stills will have to and Mrs. George S. Daisy Jr.. all of Henry W. Schimpf issues an illus- I Flf'rlda-bllt Louisiana has been fer being rejected suit was brought

i of may the rash secured He figured that exercise mere caution than is customary Wichita Mr. and Mrs J. T. Dillon tratrated magazine of some seventy 1 buying large numbers of /Battle in in the sum of $75,000 against the s

.'.: the making of the checks by the of- J -or&Sherilf Farmer will have 'and their son-in-law; and Dr. and printed on fine book-stock I this state, entirely regardelss of city-with the above result. 1< baa '
be them in the toils. Since his election Mrs. Funk. The party was in chargeof pare. model of workmanship. The Lewis O'Bryan city attorney: ,.
stock far
I, v flee of the state comptroller may the condition of the a* as
,'i' a bit delayed because of the largeamount and before taking on the duties of I Jack{ Sparling-and it is a foregone subscription cost is,.but twenty-five I tick eradication was concerned To this to say upon. his return fromTallahassee

of business just now crowding hia. office he has .been looking the conclusion that he will vouch cents an issue, and every Floridian that market the .cattlemen have : 'y'
that department but feels confi- county over and making locationsfor 'or-any statement the fishermen may should secure one copy or more to looked: in the disposal of their stock "The judgment so / far as any 3
_'' that at an early date next week future work; and the week priorto make upon their return.WONDERFUL forward to friends outside the state -but .recent stringent order hat weight Is concerned i. a nulllt1'and -
there be taken to
?1 tdent assuming effiee'he took an airship can no steps
the distribution. .
an proceed with beeip-Made" which will close that (
have the for it has
i case reopened
; "just to see what the county ,
; flight
The dividend, even though smallin state., as a market.
not been closed. in-the
:.. each individual case, will reach looked Friday like from Sheriff overhead"On Farmer and WATERS HIGHWAY MATTERS The order Issued by Louisiana case were filed on Tuesday, December l
e an aggregate of !goodly proportions, reads as follows:
I 14, 'as ef the next rule day: ,
John Bronson made trip to \ "
and Bullock feels extremely Deputy a "Under and virtue ef Act 129 j.
Mr. by
'. which would be in January and from
, gratified. that he has achieved within even I Alligator the locality lake ef where Brick there lake south was evidence ef PROMISE TO BRING PROMISE TO SHOW of the General Assembly of Louisiana >> that date I, and the attorneys enraged ' t
a ten percent gam in thin work of 1920 it is hereby ordered thaton : with me in the case, would
the time he has been engaged at of packenham. About a mile and after February 1. 1921 the
have until the rule in FebruaryFor
day
the proposition. Just what propor- from the Barber homestead these driving movement or shipment of
stills KISSIMMEE RENOWN TANGIBLE ACTIONChairman action. It may be seen Icy this
officers found couple .of
two a
succeedin '
tion of the deposits be may tick infested (cattle or cattle from that there has been no
he does not -but there was no evidence of life I 'sleeping upon
that is
ultimately paying: any state county or premises
in The matter'merely
rights' .
to any any way.
about the proceeded
venture to say at this time. place. They States under quarantine or anv cattle that 'J
wait-.and it was not long before two No Waters Found la Are Like State Road 'Department was an error upon..the part. :J'

, .' COUNCIL LIMITS RATES men appeared and started the fires. I Those From The Neid Weft 1.Kissimmee Promises All Due Speed ia Per- have been exposed to tick infestationfrom of the clerk-no order from the l
state county or premises +
any judge of the seventeenth judicial district r
The officers waited until the stills.
1 CITY HACKS MAY CHARGEAt Says Authority feeling Highway to Melbourne be and are hereby prohibitedfrom having issued. I have been subjected
then
were in operation, crept upon I '
moving into or through the state of
to fault-finding becauseof +
some
the meeting, of the city council the fore men the and two held operators up .proceedings could seize be- No doubt xis as to the ex- Louisiana, by railroad steamboat._or my 'supposed negligence, I .

pQ on Monday evening an ordinance was heir which were conveniently cellence and the curative abilities of "1 beg leave to advise that this other common carrier unless t pitch have the matter knowd.anchto ; ,
c introduced regarding the charges weapons handy. :' the water pouring from the well! department Is interested in the cattle be accompanied by a govern' the atmosphere made proper I shall' "

that may be made by .those running The proved to be Jack Barber which Charles Neid drilled upon his I road mentioned and I am making ment certificate or official permit. ask the judge to make an order to I; y
vehicles of any sort for hire for theft I and lad men about sixteen of age farm close to Kissimmee-for the I every effort to ha.the road "Such permit shall show that such expunge from the records the judgment Y
., carrying. of passengers There were who a his name\ as years Otis Cub- Dyrenforth Laboratories, at Jacksonville pleted without delay" com'I'I cattle have been properly dipped in in question. This will be done t!;

pome change! made in the measure edge.gave. With their prisoners and the write in a letter which enters ,,1 ____ _ __ _ arsenical solution under official supervision without any trouble-and will set at
-. after which the ordinance becamea two still evidence the officers returned deeply into the analysis\ i of the are free of ticks and are ease those who hang around on

law. The principal point of the document to as Klsgimmee..-.after first water: The above is a ropy of the reply loaded in clean and disinfected care street corners and find fault with',the rt' e
's- wan that forbidding a charge having poured out about six gallons "Your water in remarkable for a I received> by J. D. Woodbeck Of the I "This order applies to interstate city admihistration.There ;will al-c \ ,. ., c

of more than fifty cents for each of the "beer"-and the culprits wen Florida water. One containing)! so dstisimee Chamber of Commerce, to Imovem.nt.4lf cattle" ; for .slaughter,.,"= ways, bo found someoneJWBOwill.try: : ?. .i''

pasw. rtVer from and to any place placed! in jail. Later on bond was much potash and soda, and so much its communication addressed to For- purposes. and spill the' beans-no' matter' who:
within the corporate limits of the fixed by Judge Comer at five hundred carbonate hardness has never been rest Lake chairman of the State This order virtual 11. means the may be in charge of the city affairs ;

t city. dollars in each cane, and after seen in this state I Am sure. In Road Department and gives every boxing up of all shipments until sucha or how carefully the city .is. being.:,,
rI the' fact, it is BO entirely different from encouragement that the work will be time ,as the various ;counties not conducted." Y,
secured two
I : jondsmen released. were will before were our underground water that I am rapidly carried to completion. Its yej tick-free: shall get busy and perfect "Don't take my word for this nulLi'Ity. ''
They
'; NEW BLOOD TAKES the first term of court.appear sending the figures! unless I hear i the first recent expression authentic I the work which has cleared certain See the clerk of the courts and
from to the to the that the Kissimmee- large areas of this scourge. The
Sheriff: Farmer was elected upona you contrary, : expression, he will tell you fully about the mat
that effort wouldbe state geologist for record." Saint Cloud-Melbourne highway is matter of making the entire, state ter.It was merely an error upon' (; "'
platform
every The laboratories send also, com acknowledged state highway and ick-free is an expensive proceedingeven ..:. rectifi
OVER THE CASINO made to wipe out the making of a an ; his part -and Isvery easily ;
liquor in this county; ,and these first plate analysis of the water-an analysis the promise fromv the chairman of -- though In the course of time ed.". concluded Mr. O'Bryaru '"But
1pt arrests made after taking which Mr. Neid will show upon the board dispells the despondency the stockmen would find their profits here is something more. It has been --I'
so soon
P.J\!t' %''*'*New Maaafemeat ProauMS to Con- office goes far to prove the officialwas request.,, It is a wonderful findIng which has been felt to a considerable efficiently enhanced to make thework agreed between the attorney for the *
when he asked the .-.and the medicinal qualities of justifiable. As explained in plaintiff, Mr.. Garrett :and myself
r,, dart cal Amusement House of High Franchise not jesting of the people thin the fluid which "has no odor' and no deTiee'pleasing I information herewithpresented The Gazette several weeks ago ute and my associates,"that as this-matter -,

,f Quaity With Numerous "Feature alone. "I believe Farmer upon will taste," are almost bend belief. will come to the Times, of tie in many counties are so scattered is mainly' a question of ,law we t

l make ground a Rood official" said Several citizens of can ( Melbourne at a. time when there is that to dip them with the regularity shall) waive a trial by jury and plead,
The new management of the Casino mighty: be is not attest to the great measure pf good gloom in that office- and over the necessary to render them free of the direct before' Judge Andrews, of"tM
i assumed control on Monday-F. one to tax-payer stand for any.illegalwork going in derived from merely bathing In this entire city. The Times is deeply in.created would not be justified by the seventeenth judicial ; district.:..each a

a! B. Eades. of Orlando coming to take lino and he's not going to. al- water--rubbing) upon the affected in this road in questIon- prices the Stock would party having the;. right, of appeal. ..
\,.' possession and commence to lay loi aay a friendship: with his part as one would nse a liniment realizing that much good will be resultant ; but now that theN..Is no This will bo done early date

plans for making the amusement t line of duty. And'be'not afraid ef and,there I.-no "fraud" or "fake" In to that, particalarHMcUon of Ir.tl except that created by the In the meantime I Shall'',take. stepa ;

." house, wbat -is needed hero. : Mr. anything .that.,, -breaAaesrormoves the testimonials .that can be +pro- the; east eoast.' In--.,the,.most recent con.umptionthe, growers will to ha.. 'an.order?jesoed expungtnr, '
Eades was no stranger to.Kissimmeeas :!> '1' . duced.' ,'Under proper promotion Mr. issue of that publication the follow. arrange .\p riel' their stock from the"recordstpa' judgment" bye: .' r?v,

+," '+ .. he was,connected with 'the Dixie patl", Neid has a fortune\wtthin his grasp, inc addemfa was made to a clipping k' through the. "" means of the defsulU4for. ,there.baeDO'. .<* *.
;i; sbowhouss. some years ago. NATIONAL EDITORS :while Kissimmee x will also-be a from Th. Gazette: ing-vat. i. ''fault."' '11.1' ',..'V.*= .c c.!"*:
k..i Mr. Eades was succeeded by Bur. gainer-for being the spot .where this Here in Brevard county (Regardingthis order.Dr.Nighbert, [explaining the entering fff'Ute
::;,' jresa West coming direct from Atlanta MAY VISIT KISSIMMEE water may be obtained and used the third road districts'par who is In charge of,the'tick,eradiea. .judgment; John L.' Orerstreet,. derjt, e
v', who is recognized as manager Mr. Ned will. at once proceed tp ticularlyl 'anxious about the ion work In this state/says: of the coorte..ldt' ''".. V
"k of what is at present known as the Frank B. Stoneman editor of the erect a limited number of bathhouses completion of this road- "The ,solution of the problem lies "When I mad. the entrylb44; -:: ', ",
or'"r ,Orlando 'Enterprises-under which Miami Herald and George E. Hosmer where the afflicted may secure the other districts in the county In getting systematic dipping startedIn fault of the $75,000 judgment J well

f2 .' the ,Casino is now being conducted. editor of the Bradentown Journal benefits of this water. Ha has made have road troubles of their each of the counties. and clean up realized that the city would suffer .n,'

it'f, ;, This name it is confidently believed both members of the ,committee to 'so it is understood an arrangement. : own. But if anything is be- the cattle fever ticks, so, that the harm', in any 'way-for .its was a te -/
,,,,, ._ will be varied at an early date to look after and complete the itineraryof for financing the proJectalthoughthere ing done by the state road world markets win be open to 'Flora ognized 'fact that the' case would' bo
.dt .' "Kissimmee. Enterprises," after the National',Editorial l Associationwere is still an opening for some department or any one else Ida cattle, as they are to the' cattle' reopened. upon presentation of.,.the, r'
"J ,which it is expected therevwill be no in Kissimmee on Tuesday afternoon wid.-awako individual to add to his to have the work completed raised in tick-free states.. .facts.' TRere' has never, been Ian absolute --'
'"4 w change of title during the five years to talk. to ,the 'business men fortune bygetting in touch with Mr. on the Brevard end ,of this About the only way to get cattle settlement regarding one of ';; "

to,' for which the lease .of the Casino! regarding the coming visit.of the Neid at an early moment and arrange road, the Times would be out, under the new ruling will be to the features of.this, eas..-SOm" of *.
; will extend. five hundred members of the-associa to add capital which will permit glad to have the information dip them once under supervision at 1 the laWJ'era'"ay that i when .a: caper
rV There is to be a special 'feature tion in March. The membership of i the erection and equipment of for our reader. Lisa their local>.dipping vat and ship toJack.onvtnf' is tiled. on the 'fourtee th:,' of tho i a'
H 'J' t made of the Paramount productions, the association carries a roster of bathing' pavilion of greater magni- our road committee anythingto for second dipping and month that it' automatically' follows v

.; for declared Manager West: "The fully four thousand and of these tude and more attractive. report? certificate. Then they can go to any I that the nliqg is.as 'of the next rule
: entire world knows that nothing has there will arrive at Pensacola on The wonderful well will be an asset With this cross-state highway! in market but that in, not so satisfac-1 day' Some of them do not.'In look '

J. yet been found that,exceeds; : the excellence Monday March 7, fully five hundred for Kissimmee which no city in condition to invite travel both terminal tory as shipping direct from loading,lug oyer the paper in the ease I de;; I
yr,' of these masterpieces" The representatives, who will spend the state can duplicate. cities and the entire district; yards at home. Also while the cattle 1 tided It 'was my duty to enter ,the. (

;. house that can secure the entire output about three weeks in Florida contiguous, will feel the benefit. are infested with cattle ticks they judgment-just as' I did-by default:
o\!: \ of the Paramount producers is, Messrs. Stoneman and Hosmer FIRE LIMIT ORDINANCE Even at this time the road is travelled are exposed to tick fever which is If I was in error it la a matter easily ypt

',fic indeed fortunate--and the new management addressed a meeting of representative MUST NOT BE IGNORED to a considerable extent To quote I. serious disease and kills a great". remedied and without' expense jto;, }
.$l> of the Casino is assured of citizens gathered in the. Cham- 'the driver of a large car carrying many cattle in Florida each year. anyone." s.
that service. Consequently the people ber of Commerce rooms upon the a complement of passengers to the "Eradication of cattle ticks will "And you may assure anyone"who'y t
j of Kissimmee and all of Osceola magnificent advertising which would Corisiderable. discussion was pro- east coast will show that even now eliminate the disease and open the have a grievance. concluded'.rl'

county will have the opportunity of accrue if arrangements could be voked at the adjourned meeting of I the present route Is "not so bad." markets of the world to Florida ute may Mr. Overstreet "that I always) tryto .. ,
\ beI made for the caring of these five the city council Monday evening over tie he concluded. .
,; seeing some splendid showings The driver said: carry out the duties<< of my office
fore they become so old that throughout hundred people as they come from the application of J. W. Wilder fora "I went from Kisximmee to West withqut bias or' prejudice I'm not'

"I the entire film there is a hint -of 'the south on Sunday March 20. The permit to make an extension to Palm Beach by the direct road from OPENING always free from- error; very 'few" '

;"CI a violent rainstorm because of the matter of entertaining them at the building on Emmett street to here to Melbourne. When I came OF BANKING HOUSE men ale' of that class; but whenever' ,' .
I! streaks. There have been too many luncheon was discussed, as well as which point he wan forced to remove back to Kissimmee I returned by EARLY' NEXT MONTH I blunderthe public may rest assured

;.: /to* of-those productions shown to please plans for entertaining them by: automobile hit photo studio when he' disposed found of way of Daytona adding more than that the mistake will, be '.corrected 4.'i; ya

-;i; *f patrons of the ordinary showhouse. that rides no over better the: means city-all of his more previous room needed lease. for Mr. his Wilder business, 1 one hundred and twenty miles make to the my Work of transforming; ;:;;;" the buildinir; I just as fully as 'posnibUC. ".'_" I ; .
the to
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,, It is the intention of manage agreeing speedometer. If I was >
,, ment to bring as many special productions I securing excellent publicity direct and was under the impression thatan round trip again I'd make it by using vacated by Wilder's Studio financial into MRS.,. ARTHUR DONEGAN ,;/ ;
suitable -
r in the way of legitimate from the pens of the editors and addition might be made to the the direct highway between thiscity quarters the foixthe Merchants new andFarmers RECEIVES SERIOUS ,INJURIESTelegraphic ,
the institution
g1C drama and of the best vaudeville prominent writers had ever before gallery-provided he original and Melbourne." t,. .' Ku
as may be possible. To inaugurate been offered Florida. If the mattercan material\ used in the build' It la to be hoped that the promisedwork Bank of Kissimmee can already advices tell of a H1'-oI, .
,r this service there will be a special be financed it must be done im' leg which was erected priorto the on this highway Will soon be in at an early hour on Mondaynd which occurred to MrAand ,i ;,
has been made vast ious mishap
included that there a
'fI
in the it is essential that the time thq fire ordinance
mediately-as 'E
evening
Saturday
evidence
} J., showing on be. at issuedso section. change in the appearance of th* Mrs Arthur Dones !Tuesday:

;: way, of"Tea the For sensational Three" with comedy the complete success - complete that editors itinerary in every once state may The matter was argued to a considerable WAGE REDUCTIONS MADEBY premises, from which all porches' and afternoon still at about their five wedding o'clockin tour*' I ,'''

1 Millicent Manlev be well posted. To that end Chair- extent-but it was decided UNION CARPENTERS canopies have been removed. couple upon in '} ,
cast. when
Selwyn Gallic
Eau ,
; remodeled autoing at ;
is
ordinance valid The entire front being were J '
that the fire a 40i
Bert Leigh will star in this production man Johnston appointed' as a committee as was explained .tlM .
,!' and which Ie, said to outlanghTwta to determine. 'what;:could be measure there could be no evasionof In order to stimulate building, andl with numerous windows some manner not yet being,crossed Ji. ';, ,(.
off the bridge :
.. Beds" aa ' ..taadIrthpo done the followhlH whomareIntenaely' the terms therein stated Consequently which has of late been somewhat ata OO& the tjW.r. floor on .the ear dashed
'; duce The presentation a 'inKi.aia.!!) .- interested? inthe r entire if an willhYe be 'made standstill, the carpenters at Lakeland Darlington street frontage. tile interior , and ,serious-injurteswhich overturned Mrs.Donegan. d.- oi'I
received
'S{ J 5 '' to.the gallery it be have voluntarily reduced their ,will be well-IlghtFittings I '
't, ,tnee. 'will b* by the same'compartyplaying proposition* the institution : said to 'minded the servicesof a physician;
are now
J of, material -which. will of for
the largest cities in Florida. JH..C. Stanford J. Earl- Lupfer. scale lowering *the dally wages -now-with
$ ;! of the ordnance of $1.20. be ,the road-and will be In aeeord'witVtha and trained' nurses r
:.o the produc.tlons'which VL WIl..on..Jr..J..D.-WCJOdk.aD. the specifications ; ; each ,man by the amount on. bone:
addition to. special understood thatntt
: a ,v Ift1 establishment berg/-It.is
the petition i as' ,presented, Was Notices have been tasted regardingthe entire : '
hau.r r'
Kisaimmee John
.N ,
be, brought to M that 111'oaeeua'
o
: .may ; ,broken and ;
been stated that wro .
Itha officially
r' .; ; :there wilL be the 'regular Every.citizen':In KUsimmee and . < r'. lower. prices -which went. Into the: of the Merchant" and was not injured-although .the message : t '
I\\ "' ksr.aeatadoa of the beat, $hnsinramountofeatgree Osceola. county should become :earnestly -: effect immediately upon" the an opening .. .
'' was.lacking'in .sentialdetaUs.STbe
\"IIM&.... 'ha. been the enthusiastic-- over'the coming of Americanfilms, 'wnlch' have been nouncement. There is a probabilitythat I Farmers Bank of Kissimme will occur '
< on the favorite In England for the past state willtake ,Saturday, February B. 1-
,: I The ook so eminent body of mem.V unions throughout the on state Wghwar...commisaloner" '
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: **"-,!than/at. the present time.! fruit*The'Chinese-are farsnperiort. to,, anything on concerns have been seeding over .larr* InONUn: 1.00'. ;)moil;.tTbI :JIt'/tbd/.United States In 1723 prop strictien of motor. trucks I'to* ''\ .. ., ; ,4;t,

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f - 'r DEATHS BY, VIOLENCE ... r- TH EAT NEDSUrr: ,1'0,: .', t . 'h' h. .' ....
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14 ft. "STARTLE TLOR1D1ANSt ( DO"OU. .p' TW67 THOUSAND K I '! r- I ,,;''9I I i.. : ; ;0" lti .' "
: I *- >? **"** V. who n"\iAngered 1.UJf 1(. ,
: at seeing I the was ., .Decauee... writer 'on..The' Gazette ,
reported'to" haiw enaredthe*sanctity CATCH 'COlft staled last week that C. C. Jordan ' / "
I .MEATJARKET of hi* home paying1,a deposit of one : was''to iclose-;! hits Connection' .wjtlft the .< '
hundred dollars fine that would Casino .
a. a .Saturday night and/fthltthe ,
clear him from any improper, deeds, \. amusement"house would be takenev.r'by . " "R 'S FL(1.Y:0
in the court of JEAS1LY? .
1 Leroy Hotaling, an'Enterprise Company the ,
j Fresh Meat and Mayor. Duckworth of Orlando shot af.1'eIIald..C.-Cr Jordan'rwas-exceed- -. "'- ... -- -:-:- _
end killedJohn' Brown, the man ajl\!. ; Ingle ireful. IJe.denied..there un. i
Your -
7 leged-to have possessed much In. Vitality Is LewResistanceWeak the Jeast semblance, truth to the '" :,: -
VegetablesPhoncv '
floence over.Mrs., HotaJing. The affair statement admitted that the rumor '" (I ;'
..-..Z created exciting confusion-as was current chimed: .he [had.4been ..
the bullet passed close ,to the judge YOU NEED PBPTO-MANGAN, damaged .to *,_ xtentJi)of at least 1
,, '.44 who' was admonishing: the defendant. two thousand dollars declared that"bottom I' Groceriesand' '
Hotaling was placed I in, jail and the Rich, Red 81.od"1Vill Strengthen You fell) out of the house" on the ,-, .- ,

wife, who was thrown into a condi- and Put You on Yon Feet-: Wednesday preceding and emphasized -. . , ,
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1 < tion of'hysterics almost maniacal the fact that h,i was-.going to sue
, was removed to the home of the par Able ents of her husband. t- missing two' thou. The papers were
DR. BUCKMASTER At the city hospital at Lakeland Your system normally healthy perfected on Friday and on Monday Fresh Meats itrI
Adolph Kratt died from the effects should never catch cold. Your body the house was taken over by the Orlando ., -.. , ', ' -I, F
of shots from the gun of the arresting is 'adjusted to take care of sudden Enterprise Company as The
officer Newton Hatcher, deputy chancres in the weather. Gazette stated. On Monday othere '--. ,,'
KISSIMMEE'S sheriff-when he was ,making a seizure It is when you are run down and was found nothing in the name of C.
of an automobile carrying liquor. your vitality is low that your body C. Jordan susceptible of being attached -
The tragedy occurred at Lake Parker cannot adjust itself, Then you take for the Account owed to The Ga-
OSTEOPATHOFFICE Kratt, after the arrest was ,being cold. zette for work ordered-<-the car he Phone 176 302 BroadwayThe
taken to. the car, made an as- If you keep your blood in good has been driving being; so it was de. ,
: .t sault upon the sheriff, who it is as- condition, with plenty of red corpus dared held in the name of another' ----
AT RESIDENCE;- serted shot in self-defense. W. P. cles you will be strong and your party. Prices of necessities are cer- .I
Corner of Clyde Avenue Wilson of Melbourne, and C. J., body will easilv adjust' itself to sudden tainly dropping when one will throw:
Grant, of Micco, who were aiding in changes. You will throw off the a two thousand dollar fit for forty I

and Emmett Street transporting(' the liquor seized; were cold germs that go flying through the dollars. Certainly the old-time songs .. ... ....... .o o..t .......t..o..o...... o ... .
j arrested-but gave bond and] were air when someone with a cold sneez- a true one: "Jordan am a hard
released.At road to troubl */' -- -- -.
Sarasota Harry L. Higel formerly es.Redblooded men, women and children )- 1- farming of wild fur-bearing A bad wound, burn or cut should 's...,
RUB MY TISM mayor of that city and largely eat wel\. Thev have plenty of More than $54,0Jo(' worth of food and the establishment of be cleansed Of dirt or impurities' 'and .
interested in numerous improvement! energy. They go along with a smile was preserved last season by 1,250 ,large sanctuary tracts is urged by dressed with Liquid Borozone. It
in and about Sarasota, found because they feel right members organizedand
wns girl of food clubs I the Department of Agriculture BS heals the flesh with marvelous soeed.
horribly beaten and mutilated so severely Try Pepto-Mangnn, the successful conducted by' Ohio State Umverity. '
I* a powerful Antiseptic and Pain the only sure nieans of preserving Price SOc fOe and $1.20. Sold b'y
wonderful blood
as to be almost finrecognizale tonic. It is a build- I< .the fur supply. Roberson's Pharmacy. **
killer, cures infected cuts old sores, but died while being carried to or Take it for a while till you feel - - - -
1 a Tampa hospital. Rube Allyn, a right. ---
teller etc. Relieves Sprains Neuralgia well-known newspaper man, who has Pt'pto-ATangnn is widely and heart-
had several unpleasant .encounters ily endorsed byl physicians. It is effective -
Rheumatism. with the murdered man within the I I and eas v to take It 13 prepared .
past several years, has been arrested in both liquid and tablet form.
DR. R. J. DENNING (charged, with the crime-the evidence The medicinal properties are the
DENTIST against him being purely circumstantial same. '
as no one, HO far as Sold at any drug store But \be Saturday NightGoodbye
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Over the Postoffice known witnessed the attack The sure you get the genuine Pepto-Man
OFFICE: HOURS s to iz:10. i:so to i. wife of the arrested ,gan.....:"Gude's." Ask for it bv name,
Residence. Phone 174Office as having said that her husband had |I and be sure the full name, '"Gude's
Phone 158 been having one of hm "irrational epto-Mangan," i is on the packageAdv. .
.-- spells," but Allyn made III
. No' Great Act of Heroism Requined when placed in jail without
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bonds.
J If tome great act of heroism was REVISED STATUTES i .'
necessary to protect a child from Herbine correct biliousness, indigestion OF FLORIDA READY -
croup, no mother would hesitate to and constipation. It ig a fine ,
protect her offspring but when it is herbal medicine that drives out impurities FOR DISTRIBUTION '
only necessary to keep at hand a and restores healthy conditions Monday CorningHello -
The revised general statutes of -
. bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem- in the system. Price 60c. Sole
Florida have been oerfected by Honorable f
give it as soon as the first by Roberson's Pharmacy. rv
indication James E. Calkins in acrordnnce -
of there
4 croup appears, '
are many who neglect it. Chamber- During the fiscal year 1920 the with the authorization by the
lain's Cough Remedy is within the printing bill for all publications is legislative acts, and the distribution Profit !
reach of all and is prompt and ef- sued by the Department of Com- of sets is now going!' on. In accordance -
fectual. .* merce was $426.370.76. with proclamation from Gov- i tmxvuw
ernor Carv A. Hardee these! general]
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statutes shall go into effect and be ,
t operative on Sunday February ((5-
t prior to which date it is believed the i
circulation of the work can be com '
pleted. iry.ou don't buy .your' Itidralaiitic Homesite before next Saturday
Look into it The secretary of the state will can ,
have 5.000 sots of the completedwork. night, you truly say, "Goodbye Discount! but If you. do yourself -
.' 3,000 boundand 2,000 unbound. I ..
The bound sets will sell for $12 net, justice and make. your investment this week, you will be able '
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IF tea or coffee drinking while the unbound sets will retailat ,

$8 net The office of this official to smile at yourself otj Monday morning and "Hello Profit."
say,
disturbs health, or faces a tremendous task in distributing -
the work. All the officers of t
comfort svyritci: t the state and county officers, even
to 1
r ; ,, down to '''justice of the pence and '
r r constables must be furnished with B 'gauss! -- We are now allowing a discount of 25 per cent from our
; copies besides the volume of orders

a{ INSTANTPOSTUM which will pour in from attorneys printecTprice lists! and Saturday night we are going to quit it. We
ahd others purchasing; the work. The

I department well known however efficiency in of facing the state just I ,are offering you. this .opportunity. Are you olug to take advantage ,

such situations make it certain that of it and. buy this week?. ': _, .
there will be confusion hesitancy -
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.' SAYS JOHN BAISDEN 4 I ,
1 \ There's a big gain i

When John H. Baisden, county . .
toward :health..with con- commissioner, now ex-service man, I ,

; e /verxience/ economy; and was speaking about the week state he prison" I It
farm at Raiford list l was ,
F not talking for publication and no
no loss', ,'fu.-satisfactionI doubt.' idn't mean precisely what he wp."tl J. S. Cadel I., Mayor of, Kissimtttee..
v? "; .rop} '_ >J> 1' u T i +( was'' urged to say when others Interpolated j I'rtl V J c rrl: f, , T
i K ",, t 1' n qM t v their views upon the sub- has:to attout out'
; say proposition:
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; ..GRQCCRSEVERYWHERE. ject. At any event he declares The -
\ Gazette reporter' wasn't supposed to i *i

: L (" have heard any remark made. And
1 Mr. Baisden is sincere in ids asser- I
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4, . S.atJ. .,. S.-.... ...... "I believe that no one Should say
". ""'" ,t..; ..., ,, ., .uo ....' ioy ... ,. the farm was not a Success, insofar
? as' Instituting new ideas for the con
templated reformation of the prison- -
'' en. Mr;' Baisden in a later in. '1A company with others from JtUsimmee I recently! visited the tract
j ; stuDi m .Taff. r uvcuaa. .terview. "My assertions Which were '
": l :Ba. t CR k. -" quoted regarding the institution < on, "the island opposite Melbourne known :as :'Jndialanlic,' and I saw there I

,' "I .... ,; .., were not regarded as a criticism. I the foundation for what will doubtless
f I ot : !f '1-It. found the entire-' place in a perfect be among the finest attractions to

condition: the' .,/ remises looked clean." I c be found along! the east: coast of Florida. I noticed that| work of improvement I ,
Wholesome the prisoners
+J 1I'1.....r','" ?'.,; _' "'-. .... .. .:....... \/..- ... 'r. ....'\I ,...1... ., rI and to have; been well- ept.: and appeared 4 upon the. streets and grounds has not progressed during the past few .

.. .. 'kj ., 'J"OR.WAu' system have every'evidence that is being carried:that the on honor is inline -nftnths with the speed that I had hoped,-but that omission was readily

YOU (OULDNT' NEITHER.' SHOULD: with the best in the entire coun- I overlooked when I noted that the exerting effort v
found nothing management way every
try. There,waa really
4r .OEPOOTTO5AVC
? wAktenjusYPUR. :SHOES YOU PUT OPF' that" would call for an adverse opin- for"the early completion of the magnificent bridge which will render the
7SF1v . BUYING EXTRA Ion.
r .. FEET 1 TiR'1p' SAVE "No doubt I am not competent to spot easily reachable from the mainland and from Kissimmee and all pointsin
fairly judge df. the new ideas being I
In force in :reformatory institutions' Osceola 'county. /This structure is fast nearing the finishing touches and

ct: Arir because they are of late origin; work of making attractive the
whole
rt. ,1 IT concluded Mr. Baisden. "It will repay now more area of Indialantic has ,

; 1 B1? DONE., anyone' in the state to visit the I been resumed. I am most favorably impressed with the whole proposition .
place and see Just what steps are'
been taken to ,make the Institution -and readily congratulate Mr. Kouen-Hoven and his associates upon the

,-i cow ,r 7a0t a", paying proposition--and learn how "
i i e! they treat the prisoners with ep I excellence and the promised growth of Indialantic. I

much leniency as is justified by their I --
own conduct. I expect to soon make s "J. S. CADEL. 'r

another trip there-and shall endeavor "Mayor of "
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,ar r to learn more prison /
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RURAL EDUCATION 'AND v
COUNTRY LIFE CONFERENCE -
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IZINGTDeA The United States- Bureau of Edu- t
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on Rural Education'and
r I '5; 1 ; g a a Country Life to be held at the audi
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fr, 20-24, both .inclusive, for the: purposeof INDIAUNTIC SALES CQMeANY t
from me:
considering standpoint
1' ;'M' ,""., 1-,1"''; I f 1 1Th ,o.e: .'T n-4 I r.I.I. of statemanship. and tho public welfare ,
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w..'L RAwoRiiIM _"wiD' a.r..k a ,F.... .ad the present condition and need r. ... u''
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J 1. of education In the South Atlantic Sales' i Manaiersi* .
r 11 Y Gripo. c.i iQi +sainmeetaleamen!! : ;
r. < t T arils : state 'and 'the 'mean* of meeting VERNON tj", HAVENS .; .. ,

J t ,otsca r-a.4, ir-e. ,4"? 'I'OlCeOla' > 1 k* 'prihil: pepaiaG:, the. needs,' and 'particularly 'the .'' y ."J.". P, '?
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BDi1diD 4 r
:BaDk" ., I at Marge'nd'tbeir.rewesentatly' 'tototishUivvltodte .
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'>"; *.nd'Ntriol''Ba* and else where-such . ,, < E. C. PE1TrRt'\NF.
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( ' reap of'America,:J1 hasTannoTinced intelligent ". .
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(: .,'+(v iiteeels a.w, ot ''excl alftI7'" to *aaud'i'".>:M.A't-O ,OD c., t.be".ImpottafIOft,r l.. '"./ -.'-- ; schools1, and They'.nn'c1e.. ". '" ,. Vwyi ...
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X in\USSION' \ :,NEWP ICY- ,
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C--ASINO THEiAT.R' "EO' Showing Continuous; from /
MATINEE lOc said 20c
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EVENING ISe and 25< '
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v" Notice Under new management, the Casino will always endeavor to play , ; '?' ;.. '

'' .. pictures of the most attractive nature. Paramount pictures will be F ' '

4i 1. featured while other: productions of like caliber will be played from time to time. .

Come and see*for yourself the type attractions' offered. We feel sure that' you will be .
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'. pleased and you will always ,find that any suggestions for the improvement, of our entertainment '

and- for better shows in Kissimmee will be welcomed. THE MANAGEMENT. MARGUERITE C ARk. in."Lt.LCk'ln Paafn" 1,5,5'V

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I Improvenient In Grammar __ TWO OFFICIALS MISSEDIN 3
Every week the LaKeland Adver- GAZETTE'S MENTION .. 1' ._ 11 "Ma1 Lea7f ,..L..,.i Q',
THOUGHT TANK tiser has a heading that reads:
THE
TAPPING TO THE: Of OSCEQIA XOUNTV! ,
PEOPLE
"Kathleen News. It-eema to me it Because this county has not been :., '; ; ,.
--'-- ( would be. far more euphonious\ If it :
aceustoh ed to having officials! of the .'
1 "Kathleen Know
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By THORN : feminine! gender there was an omission HEAR TEL' HEAR TEt. -OTI2ENS ALL'
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in the' list of county offtCi.la"at
I AnJThen The,, Something serious objection More I have week of Mrs. Jessie Kleinman- You are interested inlheu.Iaikiiig'" of South Cenlral! )'and ,' v

4004000040000044400 ;Should Wind The OeckSays t6 the hew only form of'tbe .3aint Peters. who stands today as the only woman north South Florida in particular,, ai''resou'kei i; its 'pi-o

0. ONE THORNISMrhoae 4I 0 I"Night the limited Saint Arrives; Petersburg today. Times m.tt11m ir that .the, head look $serving eceolacounty as justice, of Mrs.the_ KJeinrnan peace: ,in, coun try;places *eJi cities. ind its&, ieopt! ,.4. ". .' .! . .. .I,' rr
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about like va hramt.>W ----- pretty. Now say semethinK';: stenographer of much 'excellence,hat l' -.lIi"t fo productf!t 4 .
4 train! which will arrive frapp*:?** 4 spioe web builUen thllUTllt.rlrt.ein. : In
who 6gure that short 4 yesterday's It .''ma better beets long associated with offices of and soigreat'a actwrin this uMulc1iDi iw jIte
4 skirte are but, the invention of 0 tomorrow." .- appear local' attorneys.,and in this! way I has Lt t: ;
I the used to it WI"'T" ''Xiii
SUBRb1'YCA
/ 0 the devil and modern days would 0 't .'-. *.J1. *< *'''more>* absorbed k sufficient legal knowledge JM R ,
t 4 do well to consult ,the Herlptare 4 Locality Is Most Everything to permit her to successfully acquit TO BE.1W.D-AToaL.UIDOrFLORIDA. -
and read about K.healhieber. 0 Lakeland Telegram tells of an accident Some, Misleading Advertising herself of the ,dutlea'of the officeto
Saw a'huge'Sign A day or two aero FEBRUARY {1907; 'WAlti.lFIVE :
4 He was a Hebrew cup- 4 to one of its carrier-boys whenan mile which she was elected without op ; '
walk
which
would
said "You
4 bearst in-.Persia-r-but Ms acme 4 automobilestruck him "on the for Camel:" Not me, bo not a 'me.I position. Her name should have beenpublished GREAT DAYS 'OF PLEASURE AND PROFIT-. ,BIGGER;. '. .'
4 corner of Main and Kentucky. The a ; in the list of of
knew something officials
0 hint that-1-. harmed it was I I might walk a mile for what a camelcash r AND-BETTEK THAN EVER aUORE' x- .
ladwalln't ,
4 seriously
female' th.\eounty.
'r- 4 4 Ui abort-. *. attractive cos- 4I later ascertained; and it's mighty do without for nine days-hut l 'Milton Pledger who received no Johnny Jones Greater' SliowBbiJjffsi, irtfV1. toprp: ; $& $ I J f"
camel. Not
I lucky for him that he wasn't hit between not fdr.; one by a jugful.Nossir.x opposition in his candidacy at the will be with UI'n 'again, setting Ireadjt r rorijour(fr.lMdt. 'frprn, .
.......... #00404400 his new Jersey: A >k and Georgia.ik 7 .. # e November election in his race: for December Erst until the falY opin.';ill"g ates to the great. crowdsC of I .
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-r county prosecuting attorney.afterhaving '
Most Anything GOes Mighty Liberal Offer \ Tell It With JBirdfThe won the democratic nomina* m-.J.* >ff LJ "'*"'.. y
Pensacola news tells of a man who Now it is reported that Presid***. 4< Bartow Record] tells of been a tion by a strong contest, was also CITIZENORANGELURG EPREEPPARE; m" ..LAICE AND. ,.;; [
clubbed a .woman with a ." I Wilson has refused an offer of $1CQ,. planted p should think .that would have hurt 000 to write an article-upon'' some the folks on.would city border tMat' place cials., Mr. Pledger! not only carries TO SHOW AT..THIS FAIR mA'h '
much as shooting a woman with a subject the theme of which has not out the duties of the prosecutor( but _. !
o. as club I been made public, Gosh! J'd-write.a with.'a-,lot off; eroweuss what a bird. has acted in the capacity of farm W R. O'NEAL, J. L GILES. '. C.''F..'HOWARD .
* million words for that amount on of Ja block they'd' have, don't'you enumerator for this Countynd has President Treasured ,Secretary .:! .',
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.J1/ \topic in the wide wide world= the credit the ,most. .
': Tells UsAnd any of making accurate
What! History *
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a .- after they' left the Garden of except my-life history; and nebbe A report in .the shortest spaceof L. n' ': I ll.i a \ :
:Eden it is rumored that Adam had Woody's in th' selfsame boat. Possibly Bum Waterway time of any like official in the .
the canalare
Toll rates east coast
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an aversion to fruit. lie used to )those syndicate folks are too on state. Mrs. Kleiman and Mr. Pledger "

chant: pressmgly inquisitive. Yassum. to issued be inCreased-accordinlt the state. That to is a occupy, jointly* offices in the .. ..: . ",r. __-___ .s.rw unu- Hi
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An apple a day KiNfllmmee Is .Safeguarded'" .'" permit certainly tuff luck. It has been a State Bank block.. tO OOOOO'II.'O"O'IOO OO" J "OO'O'OOI'I.O'.' r

C 'Brought the *devil. .*. this* way! According to press dispatches the hard job to make the canal navigableeven Farmers of North Carolina, being y "
", Of' Course. Banking's Easier officials are pinching' the aviators with the ,old tolls as it is never unable to sell their wool at what Down GoPrices: a i
\ One reason why it is easier to be who are doing low-flying over the i kept at the 'specified depth; and as they consider a fair price, have had :
banker than a poultry-raiser 'is because city of Fort Worthy Texas-and the they, tolls go higher it is but fair to it made into blankets and will sell .... .- . .
a
the of the canal will
bottom !
chickens sometimes get the flyers are forced to pay fines.} KlaIIlmmee fimvmt the blankets.

", yj "limber-neck.banker that "way.You Don't never you see recall a tions several provided years against ago!! when such condi-there co Answers\tinue to For come Th* }closer*Anxious*, to the top OPPORTUNITY OFFEREDTO If you:want: .t to save money( i ;\ -call, .anrd', sec 1; \

how' sorter stiff-necked they were was an ordinance placed! on the AID THE STARVING
when used to in to postpone statute books prohibiting such urn:: I Queries the Lakeland Star: ia' '
,, you that go overdraft business !- seemingly conduct, and providing a I When is a city cow a With the opening of the New Year ReIiihiS'th
squaring up country cow and visa versa? The Old d red Man J.
T. Sure. ,, you. do.( proper penalty for those who frac- the Florida committee European ;
hand I'd
*. '" tured the measure. By this means Right-off say a oity cow. Council, will begin the collection of
Kislsimmee gained a great deal of Was a "visa versa" at just the precise funds in* this state for the relief of ,
,12.64\I: :
Would Join the Winter The Club Haven Chief: publicity-and it ,was found necessary time when she shouldn't be.vice It the trillions 'of boys and girls;in Europe $16.00: Florsheiin! Shoes _?---:--_-"'_--,_,jLj! ; ",, ,,; ;, : n

Says.vThorn, of The Kissimmee immediately thereafter for to aviators pro versa sometimes, also,happens too, and moreover) but starving, and desperate need 15.00 FTorsheim Shoes __ ___?_-_______.....;..:...?., '11JW i
vide 'a suitable landing-site of medical attention. ,
Valley Gazette, proposes a Since the passage of the ordinance that is all right I'assure you. But The European Relief Council of 15.00 Douglas Shoe, : J- M.-1: :; t. J0.7S' 'j .J!'.
,
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y "Keep Still Club" relativeto this city tmt in-.no wise been when that cow gets "visa versa" I which Herbert, Hoover Is chairman 14.00, Douglas Shoes M; : ; t.75 s1

the. Good late governor Idea. The ofthestate. Chief annoyed by any aerial dangerous really veterinarian consider should it a,be case summoned where*a is federation of national organizations 12.00 Douglass. Shoes.. _.. _._-. '_'. ,-....--,--.::.-'"J7-, 8.7S.:. .:,

has been keeping the obI practices .summoned. mighty immediate. Including: I 1..'&
.
,1 i > \ American Friends'. Service Committee -
I -. . noxious-name out of its col- Yassuta. ,r'I PRICES' QN ALLWnORKfHOES REDUCED: : y
several months. Jewel Addresses Jewelers'One ;' ,
omns for American Red.Crus. r 1;,., \
Been merely hinting the but we New York of the Miss fashion Isabelle authorities Archer, recently of- And'Always Safety :First .. American Relief'' Administration., .. r -.Jo r.: .L.. ..,iI :' t
are ready to loin "Keep She was mighty .attractlve-appearing of Churchesof $14.00 Queen .. ... rt . .:. U.oo.I"
Still Club." Send'us an.,insignia addressed a jewelers' convention .aL Federal Council!\ the ..Quahtyti.BBgooo t.,: .:"':'! ;!-j:-. ; ?, '/
of the order friend at Louisville Kentucky and she girl andsewas: fin.Iou II to Christ in America. f 13.00 ) "ts ?__-....-_,..._.._-..-..,....:.:..>>oI\'ID.Ot\' '
L Thorn. told a few things to liven up the the get a. check bank'teller-:folr$5.25| didn't. cashed know--her and Jewish Joint Distribution Com- 12.00 .Queen'QQuuaa1il4' ..Boots. -"__ j... _-';" -..- t.OO
makers of and novel new mittee. .
of that but I fancy geweaws '
Hadn't thought the Might- takea ties-and then settled right down to Then he looked'at.her.>-Bald she'd Kniglits of Columbus.Young \ ,..,. .. oil t Wya',1;
thank you just same. rim of business and! told those folks about have to be identified.Slit .said..hedidn't' Men's Christian Associa ALL PUMPS AND OXFORDS SOLD' AT REDUCTIONS "
button'apd' runaround the know 4 soul In Kissimmee.; ,., ..,.._. .,. ,
some fashions that were to be-and 'n .n' ',',
Plural Bust U Name Some. '
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"E tion.Young -
it :
Then he .looked at She didn't
.. she was goingtd">have 'em her way per. Women's Christian Association. -
ln the center I'd have an illustration '. '
arched to b* or she'd know the reason have. a card ,with )her-f but/ she added ; t Gingham :Toil* Du lord ____ : : :
of a yellow> catt,. its back heck ---rt.1.1
a/'Albright, thought, struck! her; have \
.'I the Nth degree one front paw resting why Isabelle laid: "I bave',' lIty three Initials embroidered their These representatives bodies to appointed the}as Gingham, Fast Colors -----.._----fc,__:_._j_...____.. ZSe- f
': upon a cocked shotgun, and its will Skirts fall for four evening inches! below wear on my. camisole!I" ,Then, he lookat executive. board of the Florida compose. committee Gingham. Lanefter ____-::.___T-Vnrjr.rt'-.m: : ;-. -- -...- '.IIe' "

head thrown back trying to.swallow to make the knees, but will be lined heft, "I ,h veD't...the time," said : Hickory Shirting' :_ .J::'-.;.!_.".'_ 'LX-:: : _";':'_:;'_-..."'::'.._....j f: 25e 2
.' : its tal-in a vain endeavor the teller almost direct, from New nbroek Ameri .... I -' ""'
ends meat or meet. Mebby only to the bend of the knee. Flank-Ho Tampa BLEACHED DOMESTIC *'*; ., ,
'iIsomeone; ( both else may devise something. The jeweled garter will flash the York check"so ,I,guess own III.Ift"stand_ :Prudence good for can'H.Friends'E. Harkisheimer. Service Commihee.Jacksonville' Friiif of The Loom'Cl.'irlf.iLJUvJ..l..i.1 ; ; ._._*_..*.4J '28c r" alt.
laces. my < ,
'C"\ from beneath diaphanous -
| much conservatism two of 36-inch! A Brand Bleached, Muslin I! ;; :__,J :'; -2Sg'
.the
.; bettei'r The anklet watch of and are American Red Cross --''-" ;
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last ,winter will be, suspended main feature. of any well-conducted J: .McLaurin! Jacksonville! \ Fed- .36- ncb B,.Brand I Bleached]vMuslin; _-:+--.y( ,-""':"._fa--J :-..( JHtjI:
1 by the elastic ankle-band, banking institution. She secured! her era l','Council of Churches. 36-inch! C Brand Bleached'Muslin. ..----..:-.i......,--..*..--_., *20e-: '

S. sal i iAle set,with' genie, preferably funds. .* I Jewish Julius .Hirschbergv Jacksonville Commit., 30-inch Bleached Muslin .?- _______:,-____..-..._ .*M.ISc; .a.3;:)$ -x*
Distribution
diaroonds.and Stockings will rain be Let' Get- Full Detail, tee 'Joint 39-inch Unbleached:Muslin i. ':..: ?..;_______,*i: _.:.'..: 20<' "

bow striped buss Striped brilliant stock 1 'Polk ,county 'is boasting over 'thefact H;! P. Baya, Tampa, Knights .of 36-inch Unbleached. Muscat'NQWISrTI1PTJkE' ,., --..;.-T.r: .r7av,;....-..:..'..:.*_'. ISo I
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- ings will also be fashionablefor that' "nearly one thousand marriages ' Columbus Iot't'I I
street wear Skrits will ',occurred: "there during. 1920" W. A. Lloyd Jacksonville, Young) :TOItiGETt REAL:' BARGAINS'INkFIIRST' '
be slightly longer and nar- aadi. then the Bartow Record says 11elChri.Uan Association.r :; .
row. They will reach! ten or there were: 763'' of them' On-the Mrs W. Young. Jacksonville! I QUAUTT COOS( COME SEE uSa'I OUJti 'P 1 CEs'd yu.L' ,
twelve inches7 from ,-tbe. same basis and Jhesame conflrma Young. Women's Christian AssociaF1 . j
tv A''NLRVOUS' WO-:=;;-,. 7 ground. But .this: will' be tlC?!! _I,presume h 1h.3.aq: ,ih 3attoa.. tlon".* ;;> l 4ee' het, 'ou". Fo : : SAVE TOU"MONEY.\CD yr ."14-3.! 1)-+a JSr Jt''GMn:-r. ;J"d'$ 'WlLt"'Pa.IIf&W CleH1J4R/ ;r.:;,l..Gr:rrou:: .....;1: ; : ,,
short' enough to 'afford a ;1 M4 Me'.1viiyiftIbirthday. (; ,an- Tar tgMYnit .M"tJici6pentrpn :
k"' HunterrrUle, "W.,,Var-J"After' .I get generous glimpse of thei qfv.rsarythe Record would, ear the .of: al 11, she met{'. and'wotn-, li.ii.: '
.... ,-M.JaI.JIfI Jact..prtaa:I w gorgeously striped silken MliH C"w,11 p6ail ''ed.'s bandteti stare: ads:! t tlOIl":ot t the) j sta'ta.thaf: SIAnfORQ: COMPANY .
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.' walk .w at.fl.rMKdlyq" .rai,. IdJ.'$*d W?j Jeweled tie-holder.": .iu i btWvctt 'p, ow, about BtSn.ETarPoaFy. : 2-J i iv"br) .Jl .r it; .it'll33s'
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FOUR TUB xlectMMFF: : VUI :y .tayr're 'wmay .r.vitAwvICISSIMMHri .. is''l

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V tii' GAZETTE r: SHOWING THE. OPTOMISTIC FEELING '
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.,, SHOWING,its faith by itt work the Tampa Hardware Company con '
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Published Every Friday traded with ,the Tampa Times 'for the largest advertisement ever appearing

: By' Klssiianiee Valley Gaxetta. .Company, Kissimmee, Florida: in Florida-ind twenty pages were filled with matter as a result of the desire .....
I W. B. Harris, President E. C. Vanj Agnew, Secretary to properly commemorate twenty-one years of business in 'wholesaling "

W. L'Thorndyke, Editor' hardware, Coming as: this huge announcement didj at a. moment when to rt
many slates are fomentin,' the theory of '''hard times.' evidencing to
kB Subscription Rates a phis extent the feeling confidence, of furs; firm which hat assumed such t

4 One One Copy Copy, One Six :Months Year.i.2.0___..-_.-....-...-.._..._.___?..___..,___.._' 1.00 magnificent proportions since it opened business twenty-one years ago with U Cr
t One Copy, Three Months_-.____.._",-.-.-.-.-.___...__.._______.-? .5 0 but two employees. ,
I "1 Throughout all its pages there is shown a spirit of trust -in the future
(Entered at the rcntofflca at Kl..lmm ''. Florida a. e.condclan'matter, ,) of this country and of this stale.; The advertisement it by no means a ,

All communication) except from our authorized corr".pondenmu..t be "price-list" any. of the goods handled; it was a history and a prophecy:
Rejected matter will hissed not by be the returned writer.unless culled for it was the work of careful thought-and a collation from 'numerous pens ML
"The: Morning Cometh," said the opening page-and the letter-press continued -

Forlirn Advvrtinn*.Representative/ I : '
THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION I The whole country is asking: "What of the Night>" and" 5'

rightly for it has faced the storm but-the clouds are passing -L I
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1921 ', the sun begins'to shine, and the watchman cries aloud to the farmer .
- - ---- and the merchant the manufacturer and the day laborer "The

GOVERNOR CARY HARDEE Morning Cometh!

James Hill once said: "The man who is a 'Bull! on America '
"AND they were all amazed * * saying we have seen strange must win." Likewise the man or the business that pins its faithon

things today."-Luke, v: 26. Florida must succeed. Outweighing all other factors t t1 JV em- I esyoucan
There was assuredly a mightily pleased audience at Tallahassee when ployes of this institution are schooled first in the ideal which is the
the inaugural address of Governor Cary Hardee was heard by an intently- cornerstone of this. bu.inen--to serve Florida well by promotingthe such phonograph t
listening throng.? It was a magnificent declaration; free from all that was interests of its customers. a

spectacular or ostentatious; carrying with each observation that directness What has been done by the Tampa Hardware Company toward stimulating -
which impressed itself as coming sincerely from a man of great depth; i business should be duplicated in a proportionate degree by every
and malting plain that the chief aim of his term of office would be to mercantile house in Florida. The whiner with his "It's going to be mighty ET us show you the certificate of

create a business administration. hard times let me tell you," is bouad to influence "someone and cajole L
"We have seen strange things today." someone into the same line of belief. The man who can' see ahead and Authenticity whicl} Miss Rice
Matters pertinent to the good government of the state were taken up who emphasizes the assertion that "Things have been looking dismal III
in their natural'"quence and handled precisely as if there had been no admitbut all it needs is the optimist who is unafraid to let his visions has signed. This is the outstandingfact
four-year lapse of a regime that ofttimes lacked in judgment, and frequently "
!: be known to brighten the horizon and dispel the clouds overhead, is the
fomented flippancy. There was not a morbid suggestion throughout man who will win the following that counts. _. which comes to you out of the
>t the address--but there were many pungent paragraphs carrying a The Tampa, Hardware Company deserves a steady growth of business
weight that means much to Florida if the allusions shall be sanely and for the. distinctive pluck exhibited in this recent exploitation. memorable tone-test recital given
# sacredly carried out.

t' "We have seen strange things today." SAINT PETERSBURG'S "NEW TIMES" Tuesday, Nov. 9, in the Casino. A
', The address of Governor Hardee carried conviction upon each topic

touched. He was emphatic) upon law enforcement and it may be regardedas EXCELLENT are the improvements made in the Times of Saint new era of music is here. Mr. Edison
a foregone conclusion that the new administration will insist- that such
Petersburg, since it stepped into a new era of prosperousness. It has for
conditions shall ensue. Said he: "Private property must be respected--and long been a pleasing publication. It has been progressive-and the residents has lifted the phonograph to the dig-
the rights of individuals safeguarded in their legitimate aspirations; but of that city and the adjoining territory 'have given that support
under no circumstances must the individual whether in a personal] or corporate 'which all progressive communities should accord the publication which is nity of a new era. .
I capacity be allowed to assert himself to the detriment of the .
superior ever striving to push forward to the goal of perfection. The Times now -
f rights of- the public." ''in new form and installing new ideas, issued from a plant that is of a You can no longer be satisfied witha
"We have seen strange things today. I
I standard .higher than ever before, is deserving of compliments; even more
,i i Without casting aspersions upon his predecessor Governor Hardee took than mere compliments; it is entitled t9 be classed with the greatest and that imitates; Now
phonograph : you
the of in all official He made threatsas
up matter incompetency positions. no best papers of Florida. And The Gazelle stands ready to hand a few
-- threats- of the course he should pursue; he gave no hint of an autocratic roses from its garden of thought as soon as the buds become a trifle .more want phonograph that equals the
reign; he made no boast of possessing a power which has so fre brilliant. I a
quently been used as a means of retalliation in moments of unbrightness. human voice.You .
When he touched upon the matter of removal of subordinates he merely : I !
'EVEN MILLION DOLLARS SWEET POTATO "FUEL"CARRIES
said: "I would have everyone clearly understand that I shall not hesitate WOkKERSEdsel MUCH know there is such a phonograph. Mr. Edison madean
to use the gubernatorial power of removal when there appears wanton disregard GO TO FORD astounding test with the Official Laboratory Model of the New

wr \ of the oath of office or gross incompetence in the performance of B. Ford president of the Last spring the Florida Develop- Edison to prove it. Kissimmee heard the New Edison RE-
"We have seen strange things today." Ford Motor Company, Detroit, has ment Board'requested Mia.! Sarah, CREATE Miss Rice's voice in direct comparison with Miss Rice's
e "We have heard ,strange things today." announced that the regular cash I W. Partridge state homo demonstration Edison' that
living voice,. So realistic was the New performance
Tallahassee to out
bonus established December 31, 1919, agent. try /
Coveraor Hardee is thrice welcome the chair '
to at Tallahassee to it from the artist'sliving
will be continued on the same basis large number of recipes for cooking no one. in the entire audience could distinguish
which the people of this state have elected him. and he bids fair
to carryon this year. Bonus checks 'are now sweet potatoes especially keeping: in voice.
't a regime which shall be noted for its excellence its conservativeness being made out and distribution of mind the utilization of other Florida
and its due regard for the needs of the state-and those dwelling within them will start the first of January. (I grown products such as pecans pea- ,
its borders. TheRe bonuses are in excess of J7- nuts and cane syrup in connection :Die NEW EDISON
00,000, and will be shared by approximately 1 therewith.
75,000 men. Miss Partridge;\ secured the co-op-
; WHY SHOULD AMERICA INTERFERE? In addition, the Ford Motor Company eration of the home economics department You yourself can have such a phonograph. Let us show

:THERE is no denying the fact that two noted members of the Irish for announces the six an months extra threetpercent -- for Women.at the and Florida together State they College you exact duplicates of t he Official Laboratory Model which
f Let show the Certificate of .J
cember 31, on Ford Investment" 'Cer- tried out a multitude of recipes submitted triumphed in the tone-test. us you
x r-ace' ,recently exploiting the sorrows of their country and addressing the ificates. This is in addition to the at the same time working out Authenticity which Miss Rice has signed after inspecting these
celebrated "committee of one hundred"were forwarding a propaganda to ruaranteed six percent ((8 percent some of their own, with the result instruments and in which she declares that these instruments are ...
enlist the activities of the United States; and the receptions tendered them having been paid July 31, 1920) mak- that there now is available for distribution the in of the instrument used in the tone-
j by their fellow-countrymen were given publicity of a'sort to be construed ne a total of 14 percent for the year Bulletin No." 32, "Sweet Po- equals every respect
indicative that all America anxious take the 920. tatoes on the Table by Miss Partridge test.
Was to up cudgel for Ireland. and
one" in the employ of the containing 21 recipes some
For'several decades this importuning*has been in progress and during the company Every prior to October 1, '''this definite information on food value of You cam bay your New'Edisoa on a Budget Plan which
put several years the pleadments have taken on the air of neardemands.Thus year and on the payroll December tweet potatoes, which in the cooked .. distributes the. payment that ycnll hardly feel them. '
far America hat stood firm against all pressure brought to bear 31, receives a bdnis. The bonus stage have 2.1 at much fuel or ener, J
fa this direction-but there has appeared to be a weakening the to the employe free and clear try value as oiled Irish potatoes. .,
upon part Howe -wishes he invest Sweet also are a protective Store ,
if he may potatoes Central
of those who consider above Drug
politics patriotism. America has had enoughof his money in Ford Investments' certificates food containing elements known as
war-and the country now is against rushing into trouble which may which carry a guaranteed vitamines essential to life and
be averted by an emphatic refusal to truckle to those who possess but selfish interest of 6 percent and also two growth. 104 BROADWAYDay
ends in view. England would have the same justification for entering special payments decided on by the I I CLEVER ADVERTISINGFOR 41 Phones Night 21
$ into the discussion as to whether the United States should declare a protective dIrectors of the company.
The bonus affects Ford employes FARM PRODUCTS
tariff upon citrus fruits as the United States would have to parti- at work in the Ford factory Detro't; '
cipate in the arguments and discussions the wars-if such may follow Ford Blast Furnaces acid Tractor Roadside stands for the sale of

between that country and Ireland. The trouble between those two countries Plant, River Rouge Michigan, all fruits and vegetables are seen along Who b Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" in'The Valley Gazette
Everybody
branches
'' United States besides the ; and frequently have
JI long of duration has caused much varied comment in this country; many highways
... and so long at the comment continues but verbal there is but little harm foreign branches at Copenhag'en.DenmarkL proved profitable. But observation I .
or I.
; Bordeaux France; Cadiz, I shows that they have not been developed -- ------ '
good resultant and no loss-either of life or finance Spain; Buenos Aires, Argentine; to the full measure of suc- 1 .r
ft But there is a' desire to inveigle this countrysinto'an' official declaration Sao Paulo, Brazil: Montevideo, Uruguay cess. One of the principal difficul-
4 which may be construed as favorable_, the one country 'or unfavorableto I and Cork, Ireland. I ties is that the nutoist does not see ,
the other. To win the "Irish vote" there those who would unhesitatingly the stand until he is abreast of it,
are TEN COMMANDMENTSFOR his
after which he must make up
.<' plunge this country into a series disasters of such magnitude THE AUTOMOBILIST mind and check his machine. Then, .
1. that decades would i pass ere/1 peace again prevailed; for once there is an in nine cases out of ten, he concludesthat "Have You Heard The
emphatic: endorsement) of the efforts of the Irish that .moment commences 1. Give the other fellow plenty of there will be another stand far-
'a; justifiable antagonism. upon the part of England because of the inter- room. It's better to keep company ,ther along and around that it and ia not worth back. \
ference. with the gutter than with while to turn go

-* Here in the United States we sing the "Wearing of The Green"with his front wheel.time at crossroadsand this One difficulty farmer in by Pennsylvania placing a aeries solved of "
Take
1 all due pathos: We appoint the Irish at they land here to all the good posi- 2. 'round your comers. There maybe signs along the entire half.mile frontof Latest Mrs Jones?
If" ,buns. on the police force: we allow the Orangemen to parade as they see a bevy of kids or a five-ton his .:rm. These greeted the mo-
.fit we heed to whether the Catholics truck just out of sight. torist. .
; ; pay no at newcomers are or Protest- "Fresh Fruit One-Fourth Mile." .
rants: but beyond those favors there is but That S. Warning signs are never wastedon "
} one good policy. policy safe Follow the sign "Sweet Cider 60 Rods. ""'" .
t it/not to slip into any trouble when it can be honorably avoided. Could and places.are safe. "Fresh Comb Honey 60 Rods." /
you "
% -the matter be put to a vote in which every state and every county and 4. Be sure your "dimmers" dim. "Fresh Vegetables 40 "Rods.
?.every\city and town should participate there would be such a preponder- Whether you hit the other fel- "Fresh The .}motorist's Eggs 20, Rods.thus was at-
ant favoring the plan' of l letbD gjlie-United States attend to its own affairs. low or 'he. hits you-the resultis tracted and he had eye time to make up \

of which the trouble between those two countries is not one, that every tile the same traffic cop. He helps his mind, and in a large number of
5. Help
Kl, .publicofficial could not misconstrue the feeling. halfway instances stopped and made a pur- told
" '. you.. Meet ,him more than chase. The signs were Inexpensivean And when Mrs. Jones Mrs. Smith she had not,

i, f GOOD. ROADS AN .IMPORTANT ISSUE 6. In court the driver is always dyielded a large profit. her informant replied:

,I wrong. Right of way doesn'tseem TEN THOUSAND, POSTS CUf-
I' to effect juries. 'Well you can buy Arbuckle Coffee at the
JUST what changes are to be made in the State Road Department 7. All children are equipped with. OF AMERICAN LEGIONThe PRICE GROCERY for 25c the pound and with other'
;? ,"bare;not been made public by the governor! but P. K. Van ValkenBurgh. elf-starters. They oan't: guage American Legfdh will enter .
f9 .secretary of 'the state automobile .association writes that, he has received speed nor distance. It's up 'to 1921 with practically 10,000 posts, goods you can get five pounds of Sugar for 45c. Think
C' promises of the straightening of the tangles which have been causing an- you according the estimates baaed on of that! Five pounds of Grits or Meal for I8c; and
noyance to the .IOCitio"alons lines which'will be suitable to the best 8. When kill anybod-in doubt, when stop I You you eabt sire the latest figures. During the week ,Fine White Bacon at 25c the pound; and three pounds ..tI '
fifteen
f ending December 10 new
welfare" of the whole state. standing still. posts were added, which brought the of Rice for 25c; and lard at I8c a pound. Of course .
Precisely what the tangle has been how it has been Most fires could be avoided. Keep
brought about 9. :total to 9,930. Arkansas led with
if and;what.section of the state it affects, has never been stated with sufficientdefinitehess the car clean inside as well .as "three ;ports. The Woman's. Auxil- I I you have to pay cash and carry home the goods but
i to allow a sane and safe discussion from a statewide out the carburetor properly adjusted iary in the same period obtained see how cheap just wonderfully cheap you can get
;e pointof.'viewi: The automobile and the gas tank away twenty-seven new units, raising its Groceries this !I"
; state association was the only for at store
sponsor from lighted cigarettes.
list to 1586. Four new units, gainedby
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M. .;(itbe, plan,'of bonding the state for twenty million dollars; and the drubbing 10. For your own protection keep- the New York Department, placed I I --.
,administered 'that proposition at the polls shows that its urgmeBts were your car fully insured. that department in the lead for the .
,. sadJy,.unheeded.. Nevertheless the great mass of people in Florida' will'cooper.te TOMATO SEEDS USED week. Foreign posts added recentlyare
with that .tame association in all laudable ways to bring about FOR EDIBLE OIL at Chuqiiicamata Chile, and I .
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.. a'better:'condition of highways-where those highways can be constructed I Guatemala. City, Guatemala.AMERICAN r e

jj and completed without a,strong element of graft > w. I From 1,000 to 2,000 tons of tomato LEGION ,\ '
"' * The/ Gazette insisted that the a graft...-from I seeds, fo to waste each year in the OPPOSES BLUE LAWS t ...
? ofppaGics-from big pulping plants east of the Mis- .
start to finish r\ and that it was matter A to'Ifzard and r "
y ; issippi river. Investigation by the Following the action of the United '
af '.had it,passed the' people>> ; would ',have found that the proposed ,"good United States Department of Agriculture Service Post of the American CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPHONE 1
toads t rwould 4havbeers placed in '.only localities where the.largest per-I! Indicate.. that they'can peorofitably'reeevered In Broruo eomrty. New.Yorjc: Leon, ,
qu*des:could.hgrebeen.procured.? The commissioners who wit receive and converted sent'represerrtatfves( to Washington 141. ,4ZZ BROADWAY- .
Into.an edible oil and press a cake to fight' the passage of the proposed
CoftraOl'1.Hardee:
eadonement1 will s'
be
( ;the:, forced if they art "new".men
Out of Town eGives ,Attention.
w OJ' meal for stock feed With a gross "blue laws" by congress, other posts Prompt
y, to,take:- mev.to :jitiitfy lor themselves the conditions now 'emlsting: - return of moree than $85,000 and 'a in all five boroughs of New York I QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS "
4 'and' plan !f.rr'themselves',the best methods for relieving bad situations*\ efet? about 36.000.: Plants would have put themselves on record s
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f +' ...Itilkg'doethelwt? ::-eelt r e aatl7s;VM-pwsible-they will tackleI';*. rnAt,' would operate two months'a year on against ,the proposed legislation:; In .
.* lew; Ia I"me'lame..,....f"" ,0tzrt: it". 1'' tomato seedfl- and tsightbe used far New Jersey Hubert Rocke Post, of '
grape and arapkin> seed* uvadditloq: Teaneck expressed a similar sentiment. -
.l:./1.d",,tGorernor.,.Hatch;fWUI,.. tis;1 o. it bat they dol/.I! ., ; ,iI'.1:: redn *tb-- .,Overhead.' ' ; t / .
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1 Phone, 11%. Ross Gravt ,49-ti t KISSIMMEE PLANT FOR SUNDAY'S CONCERTThe
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; Don't' fail to hear Rev. Rufus 'ARussell .WITH GOOD PAYROLL audiences continue to Increase' PRICESThat
at the Christian .church: nefxt' .
' : submitting In'allll at the afternoon concerts on ,
Sunday. Within 'twent -four hours of ,
II WOOD!! WOOD! WOOD! Sundays, and there is a steady ad "
''Phone. 112. Rose Graves : 49-tf WJanted-A few desirable building; to ''a parties to what in Melbourne he requiredto t a vance in the quality of the numbers save money for you. These are Just a. 4
proposition
'd i H:/ unk' "was.in from' UIUJ rd'. lots.Realty List Company.'such, 'with 'ua. Nelson locate the LaPont Plaque Works rendered. Here follows the program V few of the many bargains we are offering

Island on Monday looking after some :.r In that city a, deal had been made for Sunday's entertainment com
'bush; esg matters.: "' *Mrs7 A. .W> Knight of ,Atlanta, which loses to Kissimmee a plant menclnl.t'four .o'clock i during our Great January Clearance
baa' arrived {in JClssimmee for)! :the which with, eoO"ratlonwould Overture Orpheus .......i, Offenbach
hWOMEN'S
proper '
interellt' Sale
Half close.in Oratario from Ariele ..Bcah '
y grove on winter, and is making her home withher have resulted 'Jn a payroll of .Finale ,
t ,.' brick. road. Good property Nelson{ sister and her niece-Mrs.. and at least two thousand dollars a week] Selection\ -"Little Miss Fit-It", _____ _
Realty Company.Dr .; Mls Helen Perdue. and F. X. LaPont ,baa become tbpossessor f Reeves"June"
__..__.'._.__Hickman BUNGALOW APRONS s,
J.' S. Daniels; ''ol Kissimmee of site of considerable
>
a factory
Five-room house i close in. "
very I.11I&le"Old Fashioned Garden" .Made
< of fine grade Percale, three color for to choose from at
Park was In the city on Toeedayl.oking' Easy payment plan $2100. Nelson excellence. Porter"Cardu you
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after matters, of business Realty Company. $ For more than) six months has the Hongrois"Michlels one time. They sold for $2.25. Special Saturday and Monday, each tlc

-s, and making brief calls matter of guaranteeing. La Pont .
Five-room cottage corner Lilly! and Mrs. I. H. Wetherbee.. of Hilliard'i that his t>l nt-site would not be sold Refuge"-Medley of Gospel. Hymns' _
Bennett
.' Hughey streets for sale. Mrs W. H.- Island looking, was after in'business Kissimmee matters.yesterday There; from Committees under. him have been been hanging appointed' fire. National Anthem _-___-__.-.__ Key; 8 Pretty Patterns\ in Cinghami which .sold for ,SOc a, yard months

Funk. has been some slight Illness prevalent from the Chamber of Commerce to DEATH OF VISITOR ago. We bave'thil on sale Saturday and Monday for-per yard 19e

There was a board meeting of the in that section of the county-but all Investigate the propo.ltionnd

Florida Christian Evangelist! Association parties are now convalescing. those committees have returned favorable COMING, FROM TOLEDO LOOK! Unbleached Muslin 36 and 39 inches wide-goed_ heavy

4 held at the Christian church Two-story six-room modern house results; but the matter was H. W. Tucker an elderly man who quality. This sale price _._*____.____..___.j.._.___.___.15c
,,, in Kissifiiinee last Thursday close in; partly furnished; $3150 still in the air. The proprietor pf
recommended his
) which attendance there was a very satisfactory Immediate possession. Nelson Real* the plant asked no bonus; he merely, was sician of Toledo to by come son to,Kissim a phy Some Pretty!! Gingham just received--at one time sold for
desired that suitable number
.' ty Company. should guarantee a his safetys' rnatter mee for health and who has been 75c yard. January Clearance Price yard_______,_________ ,
Ten acres, half in good grove; valued Seth Tyson returned yesterday; making his home during his short
$4000. Want to exchange for from a meeting of the stockholders which would have taken about stav at the residence of Mrs. Frank ,
Fancy Colored Voile yard ____.4Sc and 69c
six hundred doll.rnd he placed per
city property. Nelson Realty ComIpany. of the Standard Fisherier-which A as J. VanDuzer, 205 Beaumont avenue,
$ U held at Jacksonville. The \ e/ting; his plant under obligations to repay south''', died Wednesday morning at Outing was 40c. Sale Price, yard._-.__' _._20c

It is generally understood that the was an important one-and totflc. up the entire sum with interest at e a five o'clock. The remains were taken Black and white Percale jajtd wide yard___________2Se
date longer than- three
In which ) is no away
matters oft. Tyson largely
and
in
charge by J. W. Thompson
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building formerly used a' filmic '
.as, He skewed also what his
interested. years.
prepared for shipment to the former CURTAIN SCRIM
and known the will
theatre as Dixie business' would reach am soon as he
" .' be oeosodeled and teased for mer- Fine truck farm in town. Must. could get his new V machinery-thepurchase h friends
Tucke made during
be
to be
.ranitle purposes. The work will seen appreciated. Might exchange of the machinery being the many
for northern Nel his short here, and his widow savings.
at date. property. stay
probably commence an early one factor which would prevent the
t received the sympathies of large
a
son Realty Company.
The council refused to declare a immediately needed outlay for the "
full of the done by Mrs. H. M. Pfann is lying critically number. MEN: Let us order a Suit of Clothes for you-the price are low

the acceptance Adams-Evans Company paving; at- its ill at her home on Mabbette street,,' land.The people of Melbourne jumpedat. ODD FELLOW CRAFT and the quality high. We have just received new price list with

meeting on Monday and there seems but little hopes at the opportunity of securing this Big Reduction.
matter of acceptance was referred to even partial recovery from the illness business, and Mr. LaPont was donated HOLD JOINT INSTALLATIONOsreola

the street committee-with power to', that has long afflicted her. Her a site' of large area far better than iOUR PRICES SAVE YOU MONEY-
act. 'I I daughter, Mrs. W. J. Warln'f'' oi the site he had selected in Kissim Lodge, I. O O. F., and the I -----

Several fine ranch Lakeland, is at the the meet He said that he did not like Rebrkah Lodge of Kissimmee held
properties some
stricken parent.E. he could not public installation' of officers last I
to leave this city- -but a
of them well stocked. Full particulars
to interested parties. Nelson I J. Sparks Florida represents reject the overtures made by Mel Friday evening:, when )District Deputv LYLES V. STORY & COMPANY
Realty Company. tiye oj the Lynch Enterprises, ol bourne; and the people of that hustling Klinp. of Orlando, and District
I which the Orlando Enterprises and 'city saw the advantage to be Denuty Mr&', T. L. Curry. also of Or- !
S. W. Porter, justice of the peace$1 I the Kissimmee Enterprises will be gained by; having million plaques!' lend, were present with their installing BROADWAY r

1 realtor, general glad-hander, important units is expected to reach I both plain and ornamental ld l go over staffs to take charge of the
numerous other offices, was over with entire United with "Made work. There than one KISSIMMEE FLORIDA .
!t this city at an early date, a view I the States were more
Hr from Saint Cloud on Friday-visit- to outlining the policy of the Casino. in Melbourne, Florida" stamped up hundred in the audience-and each s.e
ing: among his numerous friends in on the obverse of each of them. It iVis moat emphatic in the assertion
Fine, ten-acre grove in bearing;; I I I
Kissimmee and incidentally lookingover I'
,
I the the moat
was too good an oppprtunity to be ,. that ceremonies were
close to railway station good
; property
the office of The Gazette.
$8,500. Favorable terms Nelson missed. The offer was made of a impressive ever seen in this city. -
i The vacant lot opposite the post-I I ;Realty Company. Il large site fronting on the Dixie I Following: the installation exercises
office is of the moat there talks made r
one popular Highway; and extending back to the were numerous
spots in the city these warm days- I Rev. S. W. Lawler of Lakeland,, I railway, free of all cost to the ownerof upon the order.-by both visiting and .
t "tLtL both during the morning and afternoon will conduct a meeting at Orlando the plant-besides which he ia I local I membersand a "general good/ I
1 I'' there is always to be found on Friday, Januray 21, where ministers guaranteed sufficient stock of raw time" was gained. Just then all .

a crowd w.uhinlthe work at cro- I I leading educators and representative material for his products at no cost were invited into the dininirroom SLIDE KELLY SLIDE A

qut and at quoit-pitching. And, by laymen will discuss pains for except 'of selecting( and hailing. where there was a plentiful supplyof 5
I the way, there are players at both I I inaugurating the Christian education The loss to Kissimmee is to be re sandwiches, oysters cake coffee ,
games of marked ability. movement in all the Methodist jlretted-all it means a payroll of at' and the like-and the third chapter
churches. The people of Florida are
Good five-room house and eight least $100,000 a year as soon as the of the entertainment was concluded.

lots just outside city limits; high. especially ment because interested the church in the contemplates move- business is firmly established with) It was a very pleasing affair. Credit losses and delivery expense don't 1:

ground; also small i house and large the up-to-date machinery that has .
lot; $2500. Come let us show you I an expenditure of approximately been ordered and the new saws NOW ARE USING JUICEIN keep our, prices up.
) the Thomas Industrial
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f Nelson Reaky Company./ $300,000 institute on, at DeFuniah der which are being of the made large to special manufac or SOME ORANGE DRINKSThe Bulk Lard. Compound _____.._______.._________________$ .15 '

i Mr. and Mrs' B. Bryan left Kisimmee for- Springs, and the Southern. college turers., by one There is not the slightest Hebe Milk _______. ._____.______..____________________ .IS' .

'rf the east by coast auto, whence on Woednud.r proceed Sutherland of doubt that within one year the pay Associated Vigilance Advertising Committee Clubs of of the the 2 Packages Oatflakes _._____-, ---_____.________________ .1$
new the Kissim
f{ to Miami. At that point they The directory Company is now 01 roll of the1' establishment* will reach World has been quite interested during Webb's Cream Corn ___________________________________ M i a

propose to cross to Nassau, where the mee Telephone and will be soon ready for one thousand effort dollars that a weekndwith be the pant year in some orange' Baxter's Crimson Corn _____-?_________.___.__?______._ Z! ;
press no great sum can
1, they will remain it they are pleased,, delivery. Although the list of sub doubled as new fields are worked; in drinks which according to reports, 10 Pounds Fancy Rice ______________________,____.____ M r

p for several weeks scribers has been corrected up t< addition to which will be added the rfid not contain any orange !lucre 8 Pounds Snowdrift ____,_----_______:._________._______ 1.SO

close Fine little'f.nn town good on Dixie house Highway 31: 1-2 the present moment new phones are by-products. 'Kissimmee might easily The United: Bureau States of Department Chemistry of of Agriculture the. I Poanct Snowdrift _________________________________ .20 h
to ; ; being ordered installed so rapidly?; the busineas-had '
have retained
acres; owned by nonresident Will that even the new list with full foni it but put in its action. The pay'" felso is reoorted to have been Granulated Sugar _________T____--r---__________-' JO ,

exchange for town property, value hundred subscribers, will Boon be in< roll's the pep thing which helps any taking" healthy interest tn the same Good Broom ____._____-:__--___-:___-..:..;;.....-__..... M

.}, $150 per acre. Nelson Realty Com* complete.As community. beverages, with' the result that suit No. 2 Tomatoes _____--___-_________________i.________. JO t d'

pany. soon as the parking section! Melbourne ia to b. con r *!I.ted was brought: by this department comnanv ol; No. 2 Early June Peas _______-____-,____________------ .1$

1 Claude Johnson, of Saint and Cloud can be marked off as ordered by the for securing the plant which turns the manufacturing government a against widely one advertised 3 Cans Pork and Beans ______________________I__? __ .2$ ttiC
was in the city yesterday, announced city council automobile driven will out such novel and attractive sou ,
the fact that he was not to product of the sort. Now, if reportsare '
I be forced to "watch their step/ venirs in the many forme. ,
the which rumor to be believed, these makers have ,
accept position Those overstepping the lines of debarkation . "
: some time ago stated he was to hoM are liable to be haled be SOCIETY OF FRIENDS decided to use, and are using, reaorange '
In at Orlando but would juice in their beverages "WE SELL IT FOR CASH' : ;
new daily tribunal and forced tc
a fore the city PLEADING FOR PEACE
....
I devote his time to the managementof Whether or not the quantity of juice '
cit
toward the
the Tribune, as he has been doing. contribue government.a tithing ; -.....-., used' in 'proportion to other ingredients' <, WE, SELL IT FOR LESS" J ..,, ., / :; ;

'1' The Religious Society of Friends,, ,will he sufficient td justify the I
seven-room :
.. Splendid two-story There was an excellent meeting: oi with headquarters !in Philadelphia,, names of' the products and the adver. ,
,,, house; ,modern; good garage: woodshed the Ohio Club at the Hart Memorial has addressed a letter to; ,the nextpresident Using claims is not yet made clear .TAYLORJlSt.
and chicken arrangement; large! on Monday evening-President Ricker States ....
of the United urging .
bf'&rinlorange trees house well being in the chair. The attendancewas the consideration of two proposi ADVERTISING NEEDEDTO
built; two screeited-in p4rchefe and I.rge--and a pleasing programwas
tions. The letter states that "nearly SECURE BUSINESSNot .
sleeping porch, two fireplaces, excellent the result of the work of the I .
of the national budget as
68
property, easy terms, $4,000. committee devoting!! time to that percent KISSIMMEE HAINES CITY
it stood shortly before the end of the
Nelson Realty Company. end. The Ohio Club is making: a fine. so very long ago a groceteria
Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman, of reputation for cordiality-and many :fiscal of year charges was devoted incurred to in the the payment con opened in Kissimmee which stood an
excellent chance of making a winning.
Saint Cloud, have been spending the friends are strongly endorsing it.
duct of recent and previous wareand .
Such institutions have done .
of this week in Jack- : (
early portion nearly 25 percent to the expenses well In in which they have
sonville, where Mr. Zimmerman was Token Of Appreciation of the war and depart every city ttOOt oooooooooooooo.OO.O.OOOO..oo.O.O.O..O..
navy opened-and there was no reason

. 1 looking establishment after stocks known for his as mercantile "Conn's- To the'' kindest people we have ever ments. In all, therefore, devoted a total of topant why success should not have crowned .

.r ** Store." Thev were expected to reach known, the "Thank Kissimmee' for : 1 1wish 1 nearly war 93 and percent preparation was fdr poasi. n Yes careful, one. management.The management No reason did not T i Goodman& Woodall!

home yesterday. I to say, you, your ble future war. We canno tshake advertise. The place Is now closed<<)
illness
Mrs. B. Dickerson, pf 242 Broad- wonderful generosity during my off our liability for obligations in Not loner short-order '
so ago a
-;., way, is still confined to her bed- and assure you we can .never,. curred in the past but we .can resolve house opened very in Kissimmee. It was i "
after spending tern weeks in a sanitarium never forget it.Wylena. not to assume the intolerable clean and neat the prices were lower The Near: Crooery; : ,

r. at Orlando and undergoing a Alyce Thorndyke.Will burden of armament competition in than any place in the city, the cooking -'.
There is probability Next to Chamber of CommerceMOTTO ;;
severe operation. a Lire At Winter Park preparation for another conflict was not surpassed" anywhere;; '. '. ,
that a second operation will There has already been striking evidence and the proprietors were genial. '
have to be made before Mrs. Dick- that the people are ', t!
common They neglected to advertise in a .
Mr. and Mrs P. A. Vans Agnew, .
her normal condi- '
erson can regain of Jacksonville have rented the increasingly) demanding relief from manner to attract attention and ,OUR '

tion.Mrs. Spangehl cottage and will become the appalling cost of modern war- patronage. Today the place is closed .
W. A. Eddington, who drove residents here. MX. Vans fare." after a short-but pleasant-career. PRICES THE FAIREST" ; C
permanent
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to bring The document, copies of which ;
over to Saint Petersburg Agnew ,who haa recently associated Proper) advertising: would have built / ,
back her young son. Jack returned himself with Robinson '& Bridges, of have been sent to all publicationrthroughout up a business that would have made .QUALITIES THE BEST {, :

, A on Sunday. Mrs. Eddington whose Orlando will also practice law in the United States, continues the place very profitable. J

husband conducts the Southland Winter Park. Mrs. Vane Agnew i is : These are but two instances of \..."' t
gauge, made the trip of 136 miles well known here and is a relative of "We heartily endorse and urge: upon where a short-sighted policy regard- J 1' I

with no trouble in any wav and was Mrs. Dyer and Mrs. Morse.-Winter the favorable attention of the ex ing a proper amount of publicity Everything that's best for'> the---table:
one-half hours on ecutive and legislative' branches of
less than five and Park Post.CASINO caused a decided! loan by wellmeaning ,
1 the road. our government, forward ropobalrthat people. It may be argued that '.
Wanted: To 'buy' a trunk; also ATTRACTIONSATURDAY have been put looking some merchants do not advertiseand Yoar Trade Will Be Appreciated '"'' > )'

rent; an unfurnished room. Inquire EVENINGIS toward the redaction or armaments;: they get along. True. They : :< .
at White House car, camp grounds. First: That this country shall en "get along" because of one or two I
I Mr. and .Mre. S. H. ,Groot of "TEA FOR THREE"By ; ter into an agreement with other conditions which render trading with Goodman & WoodallProprietors 3
number nations' 'fora so-called naval holiday :
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Youngstown, Ohio who are : them almost a necessitV; but they ..
ed the most popular winter special booking arrangement and refrain from new naval construction would enhance their clientele to a : .
visitors. among, arrived this week and are just completed the new. managementof for a period of years. great extent if those same merchants -f'" ';{ .
domiciled at the Graystone tot the the Casino announces that "Tea "Second: The even morel' funda actually "Invited" patrons to their NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE \
For Three," Hoi! Cooper Mergrue'slatest mental and important proposal) so place of businessand, explained some '
season.: whose home is and most successful comedy,, convincingly presented by General of the goods carried in stock. Business BROADWAY .KISSIMMEE. ;
Wetherbee .
Walter at the Casino theatre that this shall take' it t
1s, will be presented Bliss country men themselves avoid as much
spendM'ntr -
1 in Wellsboro. Pennsylvalna,, at on Saturday evening: January the lead in a movementlooking toward as possible patronizing a store having ,' .! "
of the season
i the remainder Weth- 15, prior to Its engagement at the a world-wide reduction of ar Insufficient enterprise to adver- )
.
\ W brother. Ira - .
the- home of his .. -
erbee. at nilliard's Island.: This is Liberty tlX_ For theater Three", Tampa.discloses a delicious mies. tise the wares handled. There are be money: than do those who contribute II engines gasoline is mixed \with'- ' air
for stock to
the first Visit of the Pennsylvania sense ef humor, and its situations NOTICE OF REMOVALI too many chances old small sums to their maintenance; and ignited by an electrie spark and''
,. to' this southern section-and he. is are intensely dramatic. It is distributed be and so long as people will continueto the resulting-explosion forces1 t down ';W''
delighted with his maiden visit. Ira particularly fortunate In that iU have changed my location from Any business in any city conservative may Support them in Idleness these the. piston. The new plan la to spray,

Wetherbee asserts that it always presentation has been entrusted to a my Broadway place and may now made profitable through business specimens 'are not going; to work oil upon heated air under pressure ) r
'does the Keystone natives good to cast of unusual excellence including be found at my new" location across' use of printer's ink. Any anda Why should they? Ambition has when the, resulting explosion' provides ."

. \ A, avoid the wintry weather of the Bert Leigh, who Is well known here the alley from the rear of the Katz in any city may become failure a to drag let the been crushed by misapplied Charity the force which drives the pis-'
_ '. "" north' through his former hits in this city,, store. Here J shall have more opportunity burden becao.e.4Jf Is handled. until there remains nothing but a, ton. The lower grades of crude oilcan t'
what
which include his "45 Minutes from to display my work and public know being 'advertising yearning look that becomes the cause be used for the purpose. .This ,
------- -- Broadway," "Stop Thief" "The Man can the more readily tarn out better These two rules are as old as true- they exploit. The only way to handle invention is believed to. be one of 'the '

On the Box" ete.- results at a more rapli rate than Ibelfnd they are a* these people is to atop paying over most important in a generation. Ik b i
before. I ask of as the Golden Rule. to them for the who is besides' an American invention Nand
Selwyn and Company have staged ever a continuance; money ; man
1ea For Three" in .their( usual lavish any former trade, and Solicit 1 aU new WHY HELP HOBOES will not work has no right to eat. will enable' our ships'driven In ,\ ',
: ' 'SlDMAN"'CiearHavanaCigar.; manner and its production- work the line off isigW and ornamental NOBODY? There is ,plenty of work for all; but this way to- enjoy a tremendous'ad.tvantagge !"

...... . t' said to be one of the most.handsome painting which may be needed WHO HELP too many of all classes )leek to pass compared,with the engines e
and Costly.stsp, ,,settings! given.aitmatte'playllrt in thU and adjoining! counties, In --Florida;; pleasant winters In Florida depending of other. nations, .The; invention la.,
r f" years. '. ", ery- case I:cuara"tee,couplets satisfaction This section is beingoverrun wholly upon charity and clever especially timely) 'today, when AhrensCa " ..'

., The seats are now on sal. at at prioes as ''conservative. as by men'o Sow. hobo of type voice:- grafts .I' s Is FOmpetlacfO "
tone
f' men who beg in a the of the aeas.;
.lI, *. it J" possible to make.ERNEST supremacy < *
Tress{ :
1\111\\; j10 cents each"FOR L. GREEN. and with a sympathetic air; man New MetiTO Pewer .t

r '. .. ,. ,. ;; .r 'The Department J>f Agriculture Ute "Painter of Everything." with organ and monkeys;invalids souad- A bank "manned" entirely, 'bworn. :,: ..
that farmers. take advantage bodied men camouflaged aa ....- with officers.: ? organized -- 1.
SALE AT ul'JQ all A new method has been perfected .women
/ > to make inventory1 The 'f'81'Rment' Forest Products: or with- physical deformities;
'. of the winter"Haeon an motive force for n. : mainly to back ,the wontan'who
for
J,!" which will determine their Laboratory estimates that there ia a sort' of> men who will not work so supplying, wishes to Into business for, ':
,' The invention of the gasoline go
obersen's Pharmacy actual financial worth. Th.' depart- daily loss te manufacturers and long acre'tJM.oo tender-hearted; will ,drop in glues engine marked a .great r forward'step herself. Is ,to b*,established .iPldladelphla ; ._
_ , mentwill 'fu nlsb pUn for making shippers of poe.oeo.-caused by faul. the stickle a* every behest. Nine the steam engine. Ia these ,... a .
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aR'o. THE..SSI&tMtt"VALLIT .CAZETTE.,:JKIDAT. JANUARY, ,1921f \ t'I., A .

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., I .0.00..00.00..0..0.-, '. .. ., .. .... . NOTES FROMJT., CLOUD! NO JOB IS TOO BIG .1 the rem.ininanet the"'.first exemption$4,000.and Income.\>f net 8 percent'income This appliesto on abcve the- HOW DOCTORS ]


citizen and resident of the
Mr, and Mfr-H.G. Woodin ot FOR BERGHOLT( NOW United every'States. In addition to 'the i 1

: Daytona, came in Thursday, evening normal tax a surtax in imposed upon I TREAT GOLDS .
i We Deliver 'the Goods i and are stopping aft the Seminole net income In excess of 5000. .

','4 L. M. Parker here who has been visitIng Jacksonville Man .Says He Feels Fine Full 4 instructions for making; out 1 ,
"fcis family has returned this All 'Tb Time Since Taking' Tan- returns are contained on the lorms'j AND THE FLU-
; home in Oberlin Kansas, accom. copies of' which may "be ,
his Leslie. .. lac. I
3 panted by son from collectors of internal revenue:
4 George Martin felt on Monday to Persons whose net income for 1920 Writ Step in Treatment b a Briil4 c-
visit friends at Lake Helen and St. "When it comes to building; a man was $5,000 or less should use Form Purgative With Calotabi,. the
Petersburg. up and making: him feel line all the 1040A. Those with Incomes in excess *,
Refined Oalomel >
Your orders should \ E. F. Tool, of Murdock, Nebraska, time to my mind' Tanlac la in a of $5,000 should use form 1040 Purified and -
grocery is pendingthe winter here. class by. itself" said Mark: Bergholt. Revenue officers will visit every Tablets that ate Nauseaw.

Mrs.A.. E. Furner and nephew who resides at Ortega a suburb of county 'in the United States to assist less, B.1.fe.aDd. .Sure..

Frank; were Kssimmee) visitors on Jacksonville Florida. taxpayers in making.. out their returns -
be placed'with, us before: \ .Saturday "For; about a year I had been bothered The date of their arrival and Doctor have found by experience)
Misses Nellie Burns, Eda Epple< with indirection. I had no appetite the location of their offices will be that no medicine for colds and Influ
and Ella' McAllister\ were guests Friday and the little I forced myself announced by the press or may be. enea can be depended upon for full t ef-'."k ,
evening of Mrs. Laura Guer- to'eat didn't seem to do me any ascertained upon inquiry at the' of-. fcctlveness until the liver is made thor* j7" .

drum. ; good. I felt .so tired and worn out flees of the collectors. This advisory oughly .et1 e. That is why the first .:
The New England Society to the F just dragged; myself around and service is without cost to taxpayers. step in the treatment is the new, nausea .
o'clock in the morning number of one hundred and six, with about half did my work. My liver less rolomel taVlcts called \aJot.bSl.1
9:00 President Woodard in the chair, helda was sluggish' and I felt about all inI The Best Cough Medicine. which are free f om tho sickening and<< l-w
very successful meeting, on Tues- tried different medicines but got weakening effects of too old stylo calo
or I day evening, when several new mem no help from them and didn't .know When a druggist finds that his mel. Doctors also point out the fact .
customers all well ofIf certain
!>ers were taken Into the association. which way to turn next when lucky speak that active liver may go a long'ray'
There was an elaborate program-::' for me I heard about Tanlac and got preparation, he forms a good opinionof towardJpreveating; influenza and Is one
3:00 o'clock in the aFteJ noon of it and when in need of such a factors in .
excellent in every detail-- solos a bottle. of the most important n-
readings, talks, and dances. Among "It suited my case exactly. Almost medicine is almost certain to use it abling the patient to successfullywith.
those assisting on the program were from the first done I felt my strength himself an din his family This is stand an attack and ward off vneurnonia. ,

Captain Nason, Mr. Adams Mrs. Belees coming back and noon I had, a whaling why so many druggists; use and recommend *

Mrs. Duall, Miss Epple, L. I). big appetite. I haven't a sign Chamberlain's Cough Rem- One Calotab on the tongue at bed
.matte* what edy. J. B. Jones,-a well-known druggist time with swallow ,of water that's
Smith Mr. Went worth, Miss Grace of indigestion now no a -
For Quick Delivery Wallace little Helen Smith Com I gatI sleep like a log and in the of Cubrun, Ky., says, "I have alt No salts no nausea nor the slightest -..
rade Cromwell,"Mrs. Conn. The pro morning I bounce out of bed as active used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy interference with your eating, pleasw2Pure 1
t gram will be in charge of Miss Mon- and ..s happy 'an a boy. Tanlac in my family for the past seven or work. Next morning your cold

roe at the next meeting. . seems to have given me newJlffe and'' seven years, and have found it to has vanished your liver is active, your!
best
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I I feel good to the finger prints; why Q the cough medicine I have system is purified, and you are feeling

Aching joints, rheumatic pains,, the bigger; the job, now, the better ever known. 5* fine, with a hearty appetite for break..
neuralgia, cart be relieved quickly bya I like it. fait. Druggists/ sell Calotaby.only InC
rubbing application of Ballard'e I "] don't know 'how this medicine CITY SETTLES BILLS original sealed packages, price thirty
Snow Liniment It is a powerful penetrating does itall; I know i is it took me ATCLOSE OF YEAR five cents. Your money will be cheerfully
Waters & Carson Grocery Company remedy. Three sizes 30c,, when I was almost down and out and __ refunded if you do not find them

60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by*' in a short time put me in the best the The r...."I1..h".-lit mertlnit I bills of were the allowed city coun-..t deJihttuL-Adv.( ) .

Roberson's Pharmacy. t rim I was even in in my life. <-ll. and warrants upon th.'Brlou...
r ruixln were oi-d-n-d drawn In ... .
S. B. OWEN Receiver "I'm strong for Tanlac. .ttloh'm'nl. ,.,
COMES FROM LAKELAND Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee by J. ..I.. '... .
LAUDS OSCEOLA C.OUNTY Z. Roberson and Central Drug Store J, *? l"adel. mayor __._ l 800 a
and in St. Cloud by the St. Cloud ( K Tyson' marshal .. -. .7!" ino.no(' 666
Win Quli-k. poll.- ,,
78
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"oooooooO "0 "8"0 ) Thomas L. Waring, Who at onetime Pharmacy. .I 7. Hohnr noli. tr..a"ur..r 8500
was a resident of this city but J H <5Hb<-rt. clerk and nillcrtor 145.OilLiwlH ,
Kis- iflirian. city altoriify. 411110H ,,
resides in Lakeland, was in
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I now week-and BASKETBALL FEATURE M llr.-nker. cauncllma1)10 Oil will break a Cold Fever and Grippe
first of the
the
simniee U S "Klov. yiMiiirllmnii 10.no '
visited all\ sections of the FOR FRIDAY EVENING I .\ S illbi-rt. eouiieimien-------. 600J quicker loan anything we know pre-
ommuni'I' J \ ThuniiHonv ..councllniHii_ lo.ofl .
He was exceedingly ----
I ty. H M . _ '-.p
KatB. councilman.
100O
what he behl i-but he also wan emphatic There is to he a "doubleheader"at C K Ttmm. Bupt i"t work 1600J vesting pneumonia. .
Oaks in condemning the lassitude basketball this (Friday) evening r H Jllb.-rl, 'iiRyrull HI. dept| 124.J4f ,

'T'I Among the Live I which has marked the city.. lie expressed at the athletic grounds, and there J Dick f \\' Tlner.Kvnnii, Ralnry e...vinsr., . h_ \1.o.4S.OO! 1 I" .\ Bowen' : .r 78 OO
his opinion that there was no will be an array of electric lights "erry. 1'ailwtt. sciiV4FtK'r 46.44 1 Miss, K E De-------------
...... city in all south Florida-and even that will enable all spectators to see Neal I Heaver, .a\.n..r. _' 30.18Ham ; lls" Derbyshire, refund youch'r: 76,08Valler
lad no hesitancy in saying the same ,all plays. The two teams'from Bar- I.upfrr. payroll\ Ore dpt. 1BOOO 1 latvtte. printing card. 4(0
An is offered those such the team and the bov (Carson Farmer, rent l\rf xta._ U 60 Jim l> vls. labor ._'i_____i,_ B.OA
opportunity now county-where girls'
of the entire opportunities -,tow Telephontrent. Ore otatlnn _ SIS l.upfer In. A {oy, in.urauce68.ji
desiring pleasant home for future profit could be team will be here with all the needed Chapter llous I ': donation 1 25.00 Mrs.' E. K. Wells Insuranca.-.C S,.f&
a found. rooters-and the team from the Community Kitchen donation 10.00Concert I M Tiller, In.urane.----- aa.lIl__
Sia Large Room' Kitchen Paatry in most school will a Hand, donation . 2OO 00c'nrson Carson Farmer Insurance .w65,4}
!, }'ere you are a resourceful Osceola high put up i'arm"r. r*>nt r.*st room 1 R.00 Mexican Petroleum Corpora-
location where there are to be fight for the honors. There promise Telephone rent and meassges13 40Valley tlon fuel oil---_ _____. T/H.Q1
found vast tracts admirably adapted to be a "big house" on this occasion Qasette.. printing ads. 7160 r.e Rovers.. 1:. L. Pole* a.OO
Full Quarter Block in Excellent to the culture of citrus groves, potatoes I-and the finest game will be called .J F' M C Gardner Hrysn Co., special, mule feed_ 12C.AO 60.0O Standard Christopher Oil Co.; oil...-::=::: 71.74:

' rice ntrawberrieB and nearly promptly) at --seven-thirty. The admission w n Maklnsnn Co.. OIl..t I 4i f.a.: ." Hodges Co.. supplies.21.04 i iCrsndnll
Residential Section evuyt.hinathat northern marketsdemandyet has been placed at 26c for Vr H Jones, baullnic ._ UAmerl..an ( stifle A still Co.. suppll.s"._._ 7001
1.. France Fir. En racking Co.. suppllen 61li4!
or.
for adults and it
sleeping children and :S5c -
are upon
you ; Co.. supplies _,_ 7.SI J C UMffln. shop work------- 20.467'la
Whe lie. a charming lawn your possibilities," said Mr. Waring. is understood that the home team .1 r X Moberson. m..dlclo".uo_ (..46A Klertrle..Kup. Oo, supplies.pscrtpla. 74.67:
Some day you are going; to wake deserves a good house. .The four J N.y drsya6e __,_ .___u_ 1.26 : HaTdware;-Co.,'.supplies 11.40
Carrying Live Oak. and Oranges and Pecans :and find that these" lands bait.' been teams are ia.ex ellent fettle and the } C Orlffln, -shop work..'....._ 31.410 Mach ft J'ratber, supplies..__ a 10
,Luprer A supplies_ .. Til-others,, shop work___ 12 95Croxton.
grabbed by men from out the'lltatend games will be lively ones.. J O Orlffln pr.ther work. --- 1.10 .* ftehmfdt.' shop work2.00
. when you want to get some IJ H inFHmfmulr htre ii 'dl hay 276,noKl itlste Rervlos Station suppliesKiss. 17."
Chant Secure Fine them 'II, have to about Don't You Forget IL ..sy. nottllnaWk's. drarasre 1.60 nottllnaWk's.. dr.y.-e. 1.10...
Rare ot pay
to a Property you _
4f : T N Clark work on band stand 6.IB W n Maklnson Cor supplies 6111.19-r
f .. five prices for them-just M they Bear in-mind, that Chamberlain'sTablets !M Tiller premium on bond.6.00 f. R Gilbert fr.llrht.--: MM
\ .. are doing in the adjoining cities and : n4Jt only move the bowels ;J ROil'Bert, stamps etc.__ ___ X 45 Robert ReldeL shop- work H__ 1,50 I
.... H P Suhl. wood '_ 1 16Ofclfne
but improve the appetite and Tampa Tribune ledger I. 4 .75pscaoja -' ? ?: ---
t..t- I--1. Mala BtslatmieeKf counties A Mill ._
... Apply at Ml Street Hardware Cm. suppll 11.941 Cov pornpsj.ii.* 2.4Il.tS
. .. "You don't seem to have an idea $engthe ,..tbe digestion. They con. 8 Ar. "Sellers, repall-S-1- .-, n____ 28.00 J. R. .Q1LJ ERT..-of.rllAv.J"
t!t' "". -- . of what is going on about YO\I,- 4n tain no, pepsin or other digestive "' ...* mmm I....* msim4 HalaHMV -> "") " / u't:- Jl
r both cities and counties in the W.Yof' ferment but strengthen the stomachand -Joiner, aunerlntendent-l. 7600
.. f.rN.
.T C Buckles, assistant supt.160.00 69 b JC
I' n admira* its functions a rescriptiM ,
fA is -
, progress. Klosimmee enable it to perform Ham Johnson _._ _. 90,OA y
t ? 1. \ his I located. It is surrounded by land naturally. *.1 Roy Or...... .- _. _n n.n._on_______ ..OI/> FOr! .... sCripIt's': '' th.petay _lilt. ,",J
the best off what George Oross ____,,_ _._____, 90.00
. .' that,t s cultivated.will produce Yet your lands awjring AEw: MEDICAL' use fl-:' BenCobb. -__.__-- ___-.____ 90.(11) remedy ,we blew. ''I

\i. .Kill That Cold idle-r-much them; and they FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT '"' '[t
With are held 'at prices which would justi'y \ BRi: RFrinrriftN' :t'N''P"RICfS-I- order :your fertilizer ;
.. Lj.iiwJstaTfe'.lf
tracts 'Yo"
i large' sill y1)ubetting i
picking up
anyone An indication. of. the growing re- '
and 'improving them. TheA is' so the/medical fraternity for onr,NEW 'PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED."PLENTV"6F JMATERlIALS
k:: *itfe* much money to be made by the men gaud of issue/ PROMPT 'SHIPMBNT. Order now. Fertilizers. Inectitide;
(Is, found in a rocent
e' grapefruit .
1\ .. s ", /(. : who'will go into the business pro of .the Therapeutic Digest,, a medical .Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. .. ; .. : ,: 1.-

\ ' duction that you cannot appreciate journal . ' . I. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER' CO. A (
it until you visit other counties and value of citricacid JACKSONVILLE. -- FLORIiiAOA00
the
:: In speaking off .
CASCARA QUININEAND at which propertiesnot .
learn the prices in the treatment of arteriosclerosis -
g a bit better are changing hands (hardening of the arteries) . .
\ It is time all you people were getting in thatjournal
c F lOa' V'el. AND busy-for inside of two years the editor of a department further ..oo..oooo..aaooo.oooooo.ooo.ooooooooo ooooo
recommends it highly
a C.N, CurewrOM1'v La Grippe every acre will be doubled in value. stating, "grapefruit Is also an excellent -

Once let some progressive man take article of. diet .in connection
T \ Neglected Colds are Dangerous told of things and all of you will the medical treatment"To 1
with
soonerl"And !
start
regret that you didn't
r Take no chancae. Keep this standard remedy bandy<< the first anz. Mr. Waring echoes precisely'what thstrare 'eating PAYMORE'

BreaU op a cold in 24 bou.-R.U.. The Gazette has been sayingfor drive the out worms ..and vitalityof ;
strength
Grippe In 3 days'-Excellent for Hsadacb a long period. It is time that away White's CreamV ; .
use tGT.TV
t, \ ;;'Oolalne In this form dowi not affsct tbs. bad-Caacara la best TonicLmzadv.No men with a vision should see what "your,,:fu childj it expels the worms /
: Opiate In Hill's. can be brought; about by a. little without injury to the child. Price '

.., / planning and a little proving. A 354:. Sold by Robersoo's Pharmacy.
: ; with push will some day
*. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT few men 1
startle the people and then lost opportunities UNCLE SAM BEGINSCOLLECTING
regretted.
be
win,
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IC I .._ [,1.' ', .d . ..' . , . . Got l ?the Real Ihin; FOR INCOME TAXES

. .41 OJ 'fYAd
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; -- Word ha .begun.on the collection,
suffered
"For five long years I of the income tax for the year '1920.
with. stomach trouble and what the bureau of -I----
the
Uncle Sam, through


lU gItFoPaiFa: :to:r U all would doctors who said had..do nothing called taken me gall any your but good.stone medicine an coliC A operation, ;friend. and advised << every the internal question for person revenue the, "What in 1920,. ,the.if wa" United addressing The your answer net State income to- For a Smoke? :


and I found jit to
it.
me to trx. .Every
in keeping one .stur3yC bethe real thing.I feel t better, than permit Single, person qf Jio whose. guesswork.net income for .
and I.am pr.lsJng -
I have Jin eight
aaiid to'. lb" : i- God for years' Wonderful 1920 was. $1,000 or more and income every
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simple harmless prep married person whose net \
Uliii edy. It .is a t' I.i required to file
catarrhlmucus was $2,000 or.more
.
the
aration tbat removes .
I II
i z ; "' from the Intestinal. .tract;hand a. return..under oatb.iwlth the collector 'dn 0.aI
district
tor the
:. internal'
of revenue
stomach liver and intestinal .
all '
practically
he lives before
\ GraeNiis in which on or
ailments, including appendicitis. '
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March 15 1921. _
One dose will convince, or money ,
.
\ '" .. .... I irefundedv' J, Z. Roberson/: and The pe .lty.tol' failure I.I stifle of
I and additional I When You Can
Get
not mo .,Jhaj $1,000' .an aL
H druggist ''everywhere." Assessment of 25 percent of Y ;
. '
& '" I is a-wiieab and: barley: ;food KISSIMMEE. "BROKE EVEN, : th .amount'' of the tax due. For ..wilful the
:.refusal to make a. return
.. ri4 that is scientifically made IN STRONG DOUBLEHEADERThe penalty i* a fine of not more than /
:>. r not exceeding ona year's -** rrt* K*>
< : 1 fOt;>a definite pjuuqpose.It two basketball'.'teams of, the $10,000 Imprisonment,or or both together, with -

,r ... .. Osceola high school-the girl 'and the .costs 'of prosecution. A similar
\\ti' the boys-went to Winter. ParlAjastFriday1 for making a :
has delicious is provided
w penalty E
: ,I, taste ; is .It where hey\ contestedwith false or fraudulent return, together OGEUIK
'' similar teams from Rollins college additional assessment of 50 '
with
::1)R. ; easy m.d.ikestj'I' and con an
; '? the same evening. The ,boys from percent of. the amount of tax e..ded. - :

tains all the building valuesoFtKejgrains Kisslmmee were losers by, a..score. of The income tax applies to women
15. In the girl' contest which 4t.J
r 39 to !. weU aa men. Husband and wife :
'. that: makjefor was.the second ,h .the aeries-Rollinslaving most.consider the income of both

\' ,; been declared -the",,vldon' in that of minor dependent children -
pin
'. 1 liealth arid cbinfbrt.f the first..game--the Kissinimee girlshowed and if the total equals or .x- Yr

I .the excellence of team work, retard must be filed .
ceeds $2.000 a &
:
1 ,' l'.O WI_ _. .' and.WOQ over j tbeiJ:.opponent.,117 15 A-minor-who:; has a,net income,in his \ .. 1 J

:: [ .("There's' a Reason' h to 10. Both game are spoken of own rightof- $1,090or -more' must ..

.... I , r. a* being" cleverly played. file a separate return.: To.b,.lU>wd, r. '
; -:< I kor"1/t -' .. -. Her.hW the ,$$2/X exemption a marrlediperson \ -. I. .CT'C L E" r,

.t\ I' .c ( -1'1 "must,.be, living, with,-husbandorwife J 1 '
: : f,. .' ,tajtabieyer .
G :i .
I .jDeceipsr,:.81, 4920y, ;.Divorcees,, .
Oectola<< h. ,
J '.*v i. ;aGv1b \ :;- c c "--y.54? "COp t.A.vi.lvea.a1&d'aLyI'lit per prlseNparrated *nt I.-a Krv* i ,
.
'. I f.. JlW&'MW' ; __ -> ,. ir 47155 farm at: ) liford : widow. andif-widowerie ae.theylnrer .' e
>
l I" ; s .5 ; Alsslrnmee1! Gaxefie ftnttt meat. "
ritkti w [\; .'..../ 1! 1,r> ill"J.ade.UT ....: .... .! > lii>nbtMpVlDtot, VAlley''a grwat'jpictifc .the .sol.#*ppp7Tt'of 'othersh I

r;. /.41111\: ..:Z .JrounM 'fo"tne' tq, tpr-bb4 \ leNhold4.bp
tf. fmnaVes. Tamp*
fccv -
f ; , .. jppax which'.eaae-they: .aliowd the $1OOelee1nptioa'graMed : -
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: 'b T bQh4.,fM- i'H".J ; .. 5lq3b
N. : co, : .vBarttltGrbeicf] l 1 tVWji ,. :.......: ",:, tIf'S . , e*. vi MMMpMw.I B 4p MMAM4Mw anN ? < .the head-Of, % rI I ,. -
.. '1)1.; \ .,* 4fiflIMiibUtf M The'ceneaa t KhowV that /im hiajority) fajaJlyare! entitled only. to-,$1,000exemption .
)" ,. ,a* "f.WJViV-H8**. f*.w I fW** ?i TJiJr32'ij ;: -= :!:"::*.:/ .' .,. 1, elf i &bU' eo1nt1y'sn;peApl* Uv hr cities ; - a *f* yr ?"J .,: ? : lti 3.w" .r'! tai" IJiW, i3sl: 1 it. r ',tY'i Il Ii4.

) ",I' . 1)s.. .- t'' : and towns( of Wore. .thmn '2, 00 popu-. A.TherOrmal: ; ti7t'itae for gIp20';S. af

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80'f.P' are. -Dey..ocS' : ;,I Late.' B. I* /?___.-_---._-.-_-__._..o' .*:: TOU ? THOUSANDS!. KIDS .' ovUry Methln.! B. a. .,."..-.-.._,.._.tM: Te4.
Run-4oiWeak. 'WILL SEE TAMPA FAIR DayfL.zlco Day, "SbriD! Milton, B. A. ...........-_ .....Moved /li1Th I
Plrmlpgham f Aia..;.> .' ..' Day",and "Tamp* Day* AI......., C. H. .:_*____** ,,--Mo..d: r.
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ptorcVsGolden Railroads and will Mstbeny, :J. R. ?,....._.,._*_-MoVedMot.eod. ]
Medical Discovery I.th. Tampa, ,January 13. The Gapa .teamabxline. Lee -.-._-_.,._ :
FeMca-tr .4 rilla Carnival most widely known of grant;. the usgal .. rate.i'with" ; M('( ."lrhpn\C. B. -_--.MO"i: r
XerNif special,-Belling dates MeK W. -_?.-.__ p 'p.Illil .
-.. all. feature, of. the South Florida: points IB Florida. JPrp ratJon.rbav.[ ,0-Berry. IX B.J' __-_--._-,.- _.MOT** 1:1: :
Ijj /.y rkow. f. Fair, the date of which is February; .lOveratreet. Henry _-__.?__......Moved ( A1
, +'.".... ,I..., ** *BB. 3 to .12 U.to.be held on a more brilliantscale been completed for houiihir' and. fee4.tht'unU.ual.4s !: lOUar I C. H, -______--_.--_-.tMoved1'tot.r.o'v'Carl. 1
-I 1MI4A .wlt: ; t .wu-,___._..5tov* J 4... than ..v.rbefore1th.'prewar J M.w.WMMtMMdv v.4

'2 eOn4t1bn. wi*. :) spirit having returned"to. cosmopolitan I7ealdent.etett'l Warren' 'G. Hard- Roberta. Ed. C.-r._..-.__..Moved ;

A fUrt to tak ''Tampa 'thereby fruaran- Ing;, who[will spend a part of the Ross. :Jo* rI --_.?-...-.,...........,.Mo..ct]
winter in Florida has been invited* Rountree.. O.: :J,- .....................MO..ctHOIr.r"
4 th.'mnlT.. teeing; brilliant pageant and social .. ..... Iovpd
to I I UP* ..,."-_ ..._. . )
a.d that first events. Ye'Mystic Krewe of' Gasparilla. to attend the fair and he'ii' a per ,",tory. A. M. ___.__......_,.*.......MovedjSWabey '

.1*... t t..1. K,.-0atMngtbeDwd .. -arrives- from >Gasparilla' III.Monday'Feb1'Uary"'J onal friend ofand has served in th*I ,. Edmund< II. ,. ,-'._,Moved 1 /
.. .,.. .;. ..lMovd.
Ohio' *Betaat 'with' tf/-Brorein Hmlth.. Klrbv ? ,,; ..,_
._ ; and the annual Smith.' Nicola ...,...-_-...._.,.Moved. .,,-. '
that L, kept on coronation i ball of the' piratical organization -: president of the Fair Association, be2pe4do ,SavaNTS .P. 1;'' ,M.I.-._._?,_-...MovedSloan. Ill.rr i ,j L'.l
.. wlU I "Will"bar held the'fol10wlnl'evellllll' l : Accept! the* invitation.I H. H. -- -_...---rvMoved ; h. -
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: f".t bId Itttre . .-. 1 n r Bhearouse.O.I -O. M. _____--.______.Moved
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I b6ttie4P.- net tk.. Friday, February, 4. has been .des-s 'Take' a dote'of Herbine when you Smith.Brhmldt.' Alex',.L :wla RemingtonMoved"....-.---?_____?..Moved -.l l - : 'A i1If

M7 M&Itk wasi ignated as "Children's' Day" of the are bilious or 'constipated, or yout',,.Rummer" .,& M. _______________Moved , , I '
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i aNolat.1T P rf xt. I nev."r hecltat fair period,. and all children: whether stomach is- out of order. It U a mar Woodall.Trultt. :J. John W ,-R. ._-_-__--.___-.Moved.MovedWhetael.

atf moment la recommettUlnax"..Q1.' Plbridians''or visitOrs, )wiQ :b..4.1.IU vel of tne.. in correcting theseconditioniTPrice . 11. R ____---.-------Moved
I.ree': 's Ooloea Mecilcal.DtO"J'7 .. :'" to the grounds Without : 60c. Sold by Robersoo's -'. Woodall. J. M ____________-_.-MovedWMMden . ... i
____________....MovedJWstddeu ..
tile best of tonIcs.MRS. .* B. 1 .
very charge.: Other special ,days named,. ;Pharmacy... n. :J. ..___.__________MovedIWooten. 4\\
4tNIB DIAL. No. 110. Tottu4k' ...- --flrL-L L r --t. tflJtI ... I H.] I>' ____1___..----- .,Moved1WatsOn. :

Avenue, North. All .druggists.r T. C,' ____:________-__Moved :)
..,. __ -!_!' 'Weaver. Paul K, ____j_____._._Moved F'LflRECL!

., If I GL.4SSI1IED: ADVERTISEMENTS I IfC '"I Zi.The"l.r.council:J. W.' will____moot______on____Tuesday__Moved ;

.. v' : February ]. at J:80 p. m.. to hear .
1 ; complaint of any person claimingthat '-
their name have bean Improperly L' : &TOJEJSMcaIsonTne
Jpf
: ? N- MISCELLANEOUS.I erased from Registration Hook.J. .
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CIIRSOX F K. UltBERT.6It "- .
BIRij KOAT FOR SALtB-T-Almost new motor I AM BELLING: Osecola Fertiliser City Clerk. : , 4
F. H. Law-
host; capacity I or 10 passengers the bast' that's made.! i4 '

; ;. 18 feet Intrgr all cypress lumbar. son. : t t-4t' 'OHDINANC.'IG Tr--j \
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ell. boat Price"without$126 complete motor ,for or will$76.. BRADLEY MATTRBdS FACTORY- Am Orcll.'i;;''i ......t.. Ikattosj .. _.... C The Florenca aiinljai coolcs twice and roan* ttlOCAHBIA

SELLS IO.. McCabe. KIsslmmoe Park. 'sit Mattress.renovated., made- Jlke.new .1 ......... .'._*''.*. _. .!.* 'I- i :
I 1 one-third the co.t of a newone. vehicle far faueaicerHire !. the. ; '. evenly d thoroughly11'No$.no,
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FOR SALE:-Fourteen share of tock Florida.. 16 Bryant street. Orlando.47-ltx ;Illty .f KU.lBSBa *. ssioke. bo troublesome dampers*'''' .....t'Letu8'Ibow'OU9hat'

{ Fire Life Accident and: In .h, KI..lm"le8 and Cold ''f
Storage Company. For Information GET INTO BUSINESS-Watklna 'JIT BE IT ORDAINED BY TuB) COUNCIL ri tensetyhot
apply to }to ,T Butler former mAn- Bell* OK 'TUB CITY OK KI8BIMMKK: .
products to farmer K burners
every blue flarne powerM
t i Section I. All persona owning; public ,ft ,
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Health. 21 .
Plate' Glass. Liability arer, Verona street KlsslmmeeIf you on an auto or team can grlvebond. :
.... write today for information hacka for automobiles the transportation or other of pas'senjrers vehicles - give. HanUy (eve** control toe.heat ; j

where you 'can get territory for or engaged. in the occupationof perfectly.) wpp1yiia"wan'"*
and Boiler Insurance. FOR SALE-One Bets ElectrIc Walt selllno products of largest Institution for hirei ,
Plate. Practically new. At a reasonable of kind In world. Twenty million transporting passengers 8, I. ( sbtI thebellle.4sr5bfthe.tnL. I

Legal; } B h d Executed. price. Apply Valleys Oa- .users. .J. R. WATKINS CO. Dept I I i I within.a license the City tax of of KUslmmee Fivet$5QO) shallIpay l>olI ,.'- e( "' 1W4l".1r'c.'L1.. je4rltMore ::: < o k' .....,...

o a cette.. ,otto"eR 111-Wlnona.. Minn. "-It x I I lars payable on or' before the lat "'_ ",. .... ,, 1

SECOND HAND OOODB. bought sold day of October. In each' 'year. and no. :'Heat Portabla H Chita Miiura even: *,&rii, .

$.me Pay !Needed. 8ALK-Sanitary ollet In perfect and repair. TheCasino. 44-tf, fractional I license ahall be Issued.BecUon rtVff ? ,,
; I 2 tempOa* pastries niX weO4>tXrwnsd
condition: will sell cheap; premises I. No person shall -charge ,
: I now have sewer connections. Call WANTED: I a '"'.A".r..um than 'Fifty cents1 fill.SO) Less Cafe r { ta. '11\1.\ *'- tie *"* I"t.'ltl'' ;
and see It. L. M. WlllUms 401 Clay I for the transportation of a passengerto ,
street city. B-2tx or from any single point within the!
OFFl 4k WANTED-rjdT-or yenIIen-inn. agent city limits; provided.. .however. that kiss '
f 'ft pgi FOR SALE-Potato-farmlnir machinery wanted In the.. city j>t Klaalmmuf to they may charge an equal sum,- for. fold !g ;i |ttJm t'
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a* pre-war prices: one planter, .el1.nuln. 4 R. Watkliui. Medicines each passenger ao transportedBecUrNi / ,
one 'Mcvfhorterfertlllaer Sploe, Kxtracts. Toilet Preparations I I; Any person. violatingany 'f
-. .Mr1? flurlbutor. inquire ..t14I1p' etc All or- spare time. A' of. the above provisions shall', open i - fer .-' - '
'0' wonderful opportunity mi into'businele conviction be nunleht-d! by a line 'v.
i I. ,,- Prataer .gara**, Broadwaji :
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-tf for yourself.' Write today of notmore thaa Ten (510.504 DOltaiaor
L. I for frep particulars and sample. ..1.COiflp9tt. by Imprisonment of not morj %bn I .
R. Walklns .' (. Memphis. ten (10) days.Cteetron W. B. Makinson Gompany : '
FOR 8ALR< Two-room cousti- nearly I ;
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.. "-li.W. ,! furniture'and apven 'f..nn. : i 4-U. i. 4: All Ite..0p..aUnlt' r \
lots} ;f.t"t'I .'# -en Wear Km- vehiclesfor hire aa above set out.4hall af. ' < :
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molt street; prlcw. $COO cash; or WANTK11' -To buy a truck; also rent. 'post a card showtfiir this trane'portauoB -I' ,,,,,

house and two write lot.to C.for Gelt(a 1111.. NIlea.Mhigan. Forparticulars an White unfurnished House e-ar. r camp om. grounds Inquire st* 1 I p,' In the rate.vehicle.In awn so operated conspicuouspldcs for 1. -. ,, !,:: . .. : ".ij'v'L_ .1: .,.... v.. .

C-ltx hire such card to be furnlsheVl by the *'* NOTICE TO RLL.HKAbJfeJAfB R. A. bates Orl.-. ,. ..... ,..
ANTED-IOOO feet ajaUanlsed pipe: City Clerk I I F Ange. Orlane.P

FOR 8ALR-Neat four-room house oil t'snore; wood ceok..o,'.; any or'I All I 41"c1In..n.-ell or ports of ordinances 6. 1<:. Curries.-. ....... ....._.---$ -
pantry two porches; furnished or alt Addrea. with close descriptionand In, conflict herewith be. and the la t..,* .f C.mmtr .Jmg+. State ., C. I>. Christ, Ol'1an__...______
unfurnished; : three-fourths acre of lowest ca.h. price. O. Ooodelle. ante are.' hereby repealed *;{.!! .. <> '!* 4a.'tJ...<,,: 8 B. AlUt.JU......__._.__ : :
irround; two block. from city limits Orlando. Florida. I.at !I Rfead a first and _.-und time In open I F. s.! Uilbst JGi..I.-.1<<
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: In Plnedale. Bargain for quick session. and passed by unanimous fn re Estate' of ....,.. Ft'ank Has..t, Emil Mach. 1isirnsa'd,..-----t'.
sale.' Owner: G..orgeM. Schwabi WANTED -To rent an unfurnished consent. this 10th dav of January.. A... Jo"4 Grace HebJMinors.. MiIten4 Pledgept1G. I "'
house of not less than nut rooms, D' : N Uc.i Is'Jierebv' gum" n to' fU,,whom L. U. Iogte.- K.: :. .: : = /.
with conveniences. Should oe Ins4d I I H M HREAKF1R< It may-concern'that .eon Hebb. A. Eugene ..V.t [. .,.1itI"lm .. .
FOR SALE)-China! Closet oil heater.wall city. At isastofl.. >'..r'. lease.. HeeJ. Attest: Prc" City CouacllJ. Ouardlan ''b't'thP. K Ut. of Ada.Frank B. I Ifl.........___-t...1'D
TL.Ck 'ii? Jt
: M. Gallagher. B2txWANTRD Jobn-a.d Urae. J4.bb 'Miflor"Sflt'edthe __
> ock. Ourrouirha adding machine R GILBERT. ; ..' "llIm ,........ "
; all' *ood as new. Lot sundry I City Clerk, 18th dy "t..luAU',>.. LL..AMU H. M.: ."........_ X ".IOqI'I.; I \
offlne suppliers: Sew price*. J. LvPMlllps -tlTte for three years; will tEAL) apply to lhettOn..b1e: M. Murphy Wo' 0: "" .
Lumber Company.60''f secure bjr; first mortgage on high- Ajrqved. this lth day of January, County, Judge In and for sa4d County Dr. :J. A. Ford, Kisaimmee.--------j
class residence, property In Klsslm- !I I*t. at his office In Klsslmmee. la said 0. W. Persona, ,
I'OR8ALB-Fine residence property mee. A4Idr..*s: I'ostofflc Box 284. 3. S. CAHI5U County at 10 o'clock a. m., or as ..oontllereaCt..r B. W. Buchanan, Orlando.Si. ..._?.._ i I ,
". seven. roomed house. Klsslmmee.WANTEjfr ,,t-8t Mayor. aa the. matterCaa be heard .- D. Warlig,, Qrlando.lC.
!! eranlg-e quarter-block. trees pecan trees live oaks (or authority to '1el. at. public or 'c. H.nlOrl."do.._____........
fit ..SA..I: flower vine*.' ahrub Oarage Man. to solicit house tohouse. I I E15tC1TORS FOR FINAL private sale, the followingdescribedreal Tlldeu and Marulre I J.. Orl.ndo1!
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JVOTICR
,. Apply-to Mr. Mak- .
woodshed and two room In Carlln at .tat.. In said-County, to-wlt: By W. L. Tllden. Orlando.
spar Inson's Hardware. 4.41 n.cItAROIO:: The undivided FI..mlaht..f. Interest .' i .1
Reason for
rear. sailing propertytoolarge
That fluttering sensation for present owner. Apply : Co.rt f Cummtr J..sr*. Slate of said minors In add to:-Lot STATH.- FLORIDA -
f-oF :; mCShs trouble 1-tf. FARMERS-Send today a tr Four (4) and lbs! North Ten (10) COUNTY OF OBCROI "
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heart Valley Uametle .. (" .
1 'Iurlcl. O.la .7. "
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., I sample copy of the Florida Farm..rand fleet[ of Lot Five (I) of .Block One Before me the undersigned Notary ,

Short breath ; smothering 'FOR SAI.F.--On. Nash touring car Stockman published at Jacksonville. In the Estate of'Cull..n F. fage.Deceased (1 J of S. A. Robinson's Revision of ,Public I In and for the.State of Florida/
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Tells about livestock raisIng Ftojblnaon Brothers' Addition to the.LOWII ,
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,. and ont, Haynss ..evenpassepgertuierlng >at Larg \ personally appeared, L. n'Ingram
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\ sensations inability to dairying! poultry citrus fruit of Klsslmmee City. Florida according '' Emil Mach. 8 B. M
'. ; car Moth'of theso at barr NOTICE: is HHHKH GIVEN to ail Aultman. $i8. i-
and trucking ...kly. 11.00 Official Plata filed and .
at to the
peryear..three J. IX Woo b..clt. N. BryJM.
gain prloesV B. Maklnson. City that on the15th Gilbert J3.
whom
It may concern
.' lie on the left side ; pain I-tf year for 12.00. Onlylivestock ,' day of February.. A. I). 1Z1. Ii r.g.I.I. the Office-.of the Clerk of ..._ -- ..,. ....I..d..r."iu..n. '. .
I and general f.rmlnp.p..r the Courtof OrangwCtttrntyFlorida. /
I In halt applv: to the Honorable Judge of II ton 0. '
the heart left side Write Breakerb'
or FOR SAT.K:--Ponies. Saddle In the state. today. said Court, as Judge of Probate, for nr,. Waring C. F. Turner Clt*
Between the shoulders and mares. ISO up See W. Hor..1 final discharge, as Executor of Which application will be based upon U. Christ O. B. Currier!:, J. A. Ford
.' ; I tner. foreman. New den Plantation LOST H I I my the estate of Cullen (l'. 'RIfC' deceased. the petition for such ...1.. now on F.. W. """ban.... C. C., Manner, R... A' -
-' p swollen feet and ankles; near Narcoossee Fla, or A. B and that at the same time I will .file In said Court.Uated !Oatea. Tllden and 'Msarulre.. by W. L.Tllden.
I Thomas. Klsslmmee Fla. 42-tf tOHT-Ulaek bill book containing presi-nt. m)' final accounts as Executorof December IS LkON A. l1EJt O. J. F. Ange. all to m* ,; I Ikno..n
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are danger signals. $llaO In government bond and some said estate and ask for their ...ap and known tome to be the .
FOR 8U.E-Good! secnnd-hand Ford receipts Suitable reward If provalDateI. l-6t Ouardlan.HOT1CI5OK Individual described. In. and .who e yq
cars. Bam O Ragsdale. Phone 21. turned to B. I... Parker. 212 $.. rp-I. December 4. A. n 1020. ecuted -the foregoingproposed Char _
Dr. Miles''Heart IIIf.FOR mont avenue Klsslmmee, Florida. H. W. STARK. IMTKVTIOXr TO APPLY' ter of the. .Merchant and Farmers _ _
-4.3tx | FOR LBTTtCHS PATIeNT, Bank of KI..lmme"r .and each beln"", ,.
f SALE)-Horses and Mules In- litx hereby. : duly .... I, acknowledged _ _
aulr of M.' Miller. It-tf. Notice I. given that the tandersigned that h*> executed the .same. for the.
; J. LOSTIn the tent show on Saturday ;JN TUB< CIRCUIT COURT OF Till!:
Treatment FOR BALK- Two boys suits. 4-year' evening an allocator ooln-purse. HHYKNTHMGNTH :JUDICIAL,. CIRCUIT will apply' to the, florernorof .usas and purposes therein *..press..d._
old slse velvet on. dark blue one Hultable reward will be. paid for return OF T1IM STATE OF Jo.I...>RIUA. IN the State. of lorlda.of at Tallahassee -. IN WITNESS THEREOF I bat.hp..unto .
\ lias" been used with wonderful dark green Russian style, white ,of lost article to of flee of TheGaiety. AND FOR O8CKOL.A COUNTY. IN on the 24th day JanuarvA.. set my hand and .affixed njy
"'.HT : collar and CIIA'.. detachable. Nearlynew.r .. 8-ltc CHANCKHT: EMMA ROOKUS. Complainant i D..111. for Letters Patent, Inoorpofatlngtthe Notarl.1 ,' .I 1'411. day. *.' Dese.., _
*". \ ''Maln. street. 45tfFOR I I MERCHANTS ANI> FARM b..r"A. D. --0. '. ,I
In- $91 at
success ill! functional Apply I Versus: -T' R. Haley et ERS BANK OF KISaiMMKK, under
1 LOHT' -Saturday afternoon. : pair ofspectacles ,, Respondents. : BILrTTTO QUIET TITLE: > (NOTARIAL. SEAL) I
heart troubles for more 8ALlI-On. Emerson ; possibly In the park onlrodway. ORDER: OF PUBLICATION: THE the following proposed charter, the. '. .i.y.E.! COTTER. '
mod.t tll..e T.p.Wrlt.r'l original of which Is now aa file In i Notary. Public.My \ _
.I.lble. a* Reward for return to I IJoj. STATE OF FLORIDA:
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than thirty years. Try a Apply Valley Oaaett. D Heyde. 407 Emmett<: street. 5t TO. T R. Haley ind his wife. If he the of the office. said of State Xh.:oC Secretary Florida of.State: coramlssloa.. . .. expire* A g.k ', 1.24A
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b'ottte be married" Thomas R. Bailey and WITNESS our-'.name-, tnla. llth d* '$: "IUJ.l.JtI.. t.si. _ _
today. Delays are
Sarah A. Bailey, his wife, William : 1
----I A. It. 120 .
of December : "I *
Your Hudson and hi. wife. If he t>e married. R. A. Gate 1 lt C.erL'a'.t... .. V
.I _ancerous. druggist ,J.acI bn IT. Hu<<_ 'and hi. wife/ If he :I. P. An,"". .. ( Syarsi

Mb Dr. MUw' Medicines. r LEGAL-1' ADVERtTSEMENTSO 'I 1 be married; George EX Hudson and bis, Emi$ )4iql$. ;'11'I\ __

If. .. wife. If be bevoiarrledi l Albert, J. Gardner (1. W. parsons.I I _
f .C e._ - .- .b and hi*-' wlfe.-lf he-D' married? JlauttosCbnf3fiIht.'I,
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1 Charles B. Love, and WIlliam N Canby.M I vs.I. ,
1'foT'iCW..Q' (. D Charles' S.' 't>ry 'and ""t ."'" Boiwatfl ...Tru.t_. .f' tbe/Ais4ate of Joseph. ', '. PROP08EP..CHART of I r z. 'Y.no, SuttdVetdMhL _ _
A I----. .: All of whose residence and addresses ''I n Tantum. deceaaed. ; ChaflesB.. Lore .(JDR AN." ...ARM 8 BANK It ring'by Sf\cI ,
--J :hJri t/rn;
I. < SI thu (1.t? **** are unknown: You and each of you aId William M.; OafhbyV"A.ruateee> qtOF KISBIMMKB1. $I'>"1tr. 10' .It1eJW1t
. 1ANo TUNING AND RETAKING .us 'Ceasity. .....'at sTerUa? are hereby commanded to appear In *hdl aa Ex.ouiorundaa-ibe: : last Will I h. undersigned incorporLtors hereby ..u.. tbat f.eanor .8utn. _
the above entitled. cause' on or before XM TestameCt, 0.! 4oeeph' ft. antpm. --amoclat themiejtie .og.tei' of"r "" J, ,,,": e..t.1
:. AM W.rk cIfasta L -. In r* .testate' August Oida. C.. 1th'6.a''bf-fadlLP" A- D. 1*Z1. deceased; Abdig .V' Tatttutil and . the p.rj>os* ot'b*. iUn* laibrpJrValedand U q"...r'I""IU''Wii4.' Ida::. It"' : .,.nJr. 't
T. all Creditors, Legatees.tMsUoi TOAll parties claiming a'1. Interjstr4 ) .baJld. if 41)0 be marri.d:. p.rc..y' L.1'fltum ... fermlng a corporation under .e4 1 Id,,",, ' "'' .'. : '\ __
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S l. Persona *.flor rtf.trtbU': lbS fOllowing dekorlbea. Haad: andJ"-wlf..f'' b.b. marned ,by -rlrtnoiof tbe Law of the BtafeFlorida ''lit ( .
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.:A.B- YODER Demlffds! agalrrsF said E BeAlnhln 71V feCtEast of' the : Leon B. "Tantooi'aad nta'wUev faft. .,*lth and under the following It J* therefor ordered _ _
*nd each ofc-jpu,.. are hereby Southwest notified and required to'present: any Henry A. Mathew's Addltloji to the her husband! If sh be married and t required: avpefr, to lh."'billofponiplMnt' / ...
: which Town of Klsslmmee Florida Viola I>.*Tantum atid her husband Ifha 'CorpOratTtShtlIhe filed In 'sslO cause' on or-
.. 324 Ki";i-m.ie. florii* claims and demands you. or City. : .. The name of the '
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... ..It ber,of you.msy bav.againat the run tb.nce"Eaat 0. feet; thenne VorMi be married all of whose reafdeitcs > the Merchant and Farmers HanK before. Monday the 7th day; of Feb.' _ _
J eatato oftAugOetr-Ordjs*..ae.*ad, I.t.' Hfc. feet: ' thence West UIU \'foet: and addressee are-unknown: TOU of Klsslmmee and Its place of bssl- ...fT.-,... . .I1Ii.f otherwligatlon .* th*.'aleoonfessed -
Pat, Johnston tt: P4 'OARlUflJ! .f Ocol-Ceaaty Florida, to the undersigned -, tttence South ,zw feet;. thene. Est and each of you. .are. h.roby..ommand. ness shall be In the City of Kteslm- orr bald bill will be takes a. _
Executrix! of said estate T'H bet and thence South 1BO feet, tothe'place e* to appear lit the above entitled mee. In the County of Osceola, and by said "defendant. -. .\
JOHNSTON ft GARRET wlthla-'tfroViyear* from date hpreqf. of' beginning: All lying In cause on i or' before., the r"r' 'tth ay: of tate of Florid. '. It I. further ordered that this or-
22' 120. and belnit of 'Bll ctc "VT" 'AVO..' ln' b-pubUshed .otxca! a week. for _
\' ,I)ated I"JI.u.\\ A. P. a'part > of said March. tt '
-" .: TTORNECS.AtAW'. : ,b ,MARISI! ORDAS.ut K..nry-'Al: MatheWs Addition to the ";TO: The. heirs law of :John n. Hud The general nature of the business loaf. conaeUilr" weekS In !The KIsslmmee _
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; ... .' devisee. under the VallsyOasett.,'.'a newspapMfpublished _ _
Bzecutrjx.. Town of Klsslmmee City. Florida under son. deceased; Th toe transacted shall be that of aOeneral
: Offlcii,,1Q. 14, ,* pdI,)>Iceola Ban Thomas n 'Reid and Ellxabeth S. Will of :John B. Hudson deceased and Banlclna-.Businessvrlth" pow-' -iBj.-_ -O .t.ty.aeid..tttate* _ _

BuildtngKI8SIMME. nOTiCE' br Appi.tcATiOrrOR.TAT Reld.r; his wife; ., Homer. RuVhsey:: all parties claiming an Interest in the pie Incident >tb.retoaa provided? .i-This. .!tho' d..f..o..t. .
Charles a. Gary and Wm. Bos well.. If land, hereinafter described under John the Statutes of,.the State of Florida. (Ct. Ct.. ae.lr .OVERSTREtJ'J'' '
dk\ FLORIDA DKKp. ,, any of the same b* deceased or otheri- 1I.ffHud.on. deceased. ; or otherwisecuimlnff . '":.. III. ;. L. ; .
--4\ wise claiming an Interest therein: All an Interest therein; Therfelr The amount of the capital stock of .T1J'.f Circuit .Court,, _' __
N 4> t>f S > M > 1 'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That of whose residences and addresses, at law of Joseph. R. Tantum deeased1 said corporation halt be Twenty-five KRIBBB. &' .. --'% ,
Carrie: B. .J purchaser of Tax are unknown: Tou and each of you : The devisees under the Will Thousand Dollar ( J5.000.00), to be Solicitor for Complainant. S>ft
TILLED Certificate: Nos 492 and 42 dated are hereby commanded to appear In of Joseph R. Tantum. deceased and divided Into two hundred and fifty .
;$ M. the Ird day of June A. D. 11111. has the above entitled cause oa or before all parties claiming an Interest In the shares :i>t the par value of 'One Hundred !. ('I....l. Coair ...t....*' .....rt. ,
filed. said certificates In my office and the 4th' day of April, A. n. .111. land hereinafter described. under Joseph Dollar (tltO.OOlisach., . to be paid *eveateemth: Jjleta Clresllt, ',4>***w _ _
I has road application for tax deed to WITNESS the. Honorable O. 'O. An R 'Tantum. deceased or otherwise ., In cash. ' cia CoBsi y. !a Caaae ry< *, '
I' I ReaI [state Agency.'t issue. In accordancewith law. Said drews Judge of the above Court. and claiming an Interest. therein; and IV. ." : ,
certificates embrace the following d.- my name as Clerk thereof and the ALL PARTIES or persons RcI.Jrb: an The term for which said corporation -. Ad/l, ; Kay Smith P ComplalBint i ; ___
scrlbed .rop.rty. situated Iii Osceola seal of said Court aL Klsslmmee. Osce Interest In the shall exist: : shall be Ninety-nine -vs. .-
R4hBought and old. Florida, to-wlt: ola County Florida. on the list day land. wbjoh la the. land described In year' Edfln ).f. Smith, Defendant' ,
;; ; cot.ttY5 as embraced In Certificate No. of December. 1MO. the Dllfof Complaint In this case, to- V. It .PI ... ln"..by affidavits.appended< 'I.,
"* Houle. 'renusd.Taxet 492 and Lot T embraced In Certificate (CIRCUIT 'R-l'bEAL) wit: The West-half (W%) of the The business of the said corpora to .h.-4>11I tiled In the above-stated _ _
No 48$, of Block 1. Florida. Drained J. L. pVERSTREKT. Southwest quarter (RWVt) of the tlon shall be conducted by the follow- cause that Edwin M. Smith. the .defendant .
-i :paidand Title* verifi I-and Company's Sub-division No.1. As Clerk. of the above. Court. Northwest quarter (NW'4) of Section InK officers: A president one or more' therein. named.- a .non-.....*.
The< said land being assessed ..thfl KRinRStaY 8TEBU. Fourteen (14). Township TwentynvpSB vice-presidents a board of five dlree Ident of the State of Florida, and Is '
,1 'd (10f.non-re.ieleau. date of Issuance In the name of Un- Solicitors for Complainant 4-lIt ( ) South Range Twenty-nlna fin tor, a cashier, and such other officer a resident. of Brewton. Alabama,. over
.-. t Fire Life and Accident Inndemnity known. Unless said certificates shall Rast. containing twenty (20) acres. and employees as the cornoratlon may the ,age of twenty-one, yrs) ..It -Is.\
: be redeemed according to law, tax 11* .f Na... IItra...... fes the City more 0,- less. under T. R. Raley and authorize, The board of directors may thereforeord.red. ,that the said nonresident
.1 :aurane:.: deed will Issue thereon on the. 8th fteali. > ratl... Book*. hy .he ('Sty his wife. If tie be married; Thomas. anpolnt subordinate officers and employees defendant be and la hereby -
day of February A n 121. ( ......1 .t. estIa. lipid .. .be Bailey and Sarah A. Bailey.his wife: with such powers, duties': and required appear to the bill of com _ _
\ J Bond. \ . J. L. OVERSTRKJBT. lUIb. day mt ........,.. ;1111 William Hudson and his wife. If he be term of office a* they may prescribe.or plaint: filed In said cause on or before _
Clerk Circuit Court, Osceola County married; Joaeph H. Hudson and his aa may be provided by the by-lawst Monday the Tth day of February, 11
a < .... s i-,& Florida. Ashton. Rudolph' ---__-_.______Moved' wife. If he. be married; Gpor-'. II:. not Inconsistent. with the banking D. 121, otherwise the >: llgatlana of 11"...... _I____
(Circuit Coirt Seal) 4-Et Handy Theo. ----------a-------Moved I Hudson and" his wife. If he be married I.w. said bill I will bo 'taken a* confessed
V 0. r.-ycjfUBBa A. AKBRMAN, Rorckialter, J. T. :: :::::::Moved : Albert J. Gardner and 'ttlm wife. vi. by said defendant.' .- _ _
, ',. -. : W. s. rruE NOTICE TO CHKDtTOn Rla-o-s. Wm. A. _i.Ti.-_____--_Moved If he be married; Charles B. Love. and The directors shall be elected. by It Is further ordered that this order, '
Rarclav. A. Moved William M. Canby .. Trustees of the the stockholders nt each. annual meet, be published once a week for fou .
:. '':4 KRffiBi.AKERMAN: AND STEED Cosjaty1 OseeelaCa Bass. tufi ---:::::::=:::1:::::Moved Estate of /Joseph R. Tantum. deceased ing. All other officers and employee consecutive weeks In The Klsslmme "

I. Crt ef. the Judas Kl.rl Booth. A. J. __________________.Moved : Charlea R. Lore and William M. shall be. elected annually by the Boardof Valley. .Oasetle.t a newspaper published .v '
Attvlsy. .*>. OeBJB>.. .r. .t Law ". a..t. *JT O'own. R eWltt _--__--___._Moved Camby. a. Trustees and us Executors< Directors The annual meeting of In said County and State. *
'. I r J Iu.ai..... FleHav Brown. J. EmmettMoved< under the last Will and Testament the stockholders shall be held on the This 27fh day of December, U2t1' .
) t aemeral -praetlee la all State a.* In re' Estate< of Arthur H. Vorhees.To Babrack. O R;-' ..;________.__..Moved Joseph R. Tantum deceased: Annie fourth Tuesday In :January In each (Ct. ct. s....) : .
l j .') Ja, i UaiUea Slsrta*. Charts.V all Creditors.' Legatees.. Distribu Clark. Allen _______._____'_ _Moved I M Tantusn and her husband. If she be y..r.. J. ro. OVERSTREET.I<: !: I
' : tee. and all Persons having Claims. Carson. W. W. _______________.Moved married: Percey I. Tantttm and his VII r4c Circuit Court '
; A W.THOMPSONincral or Demands against said Estate.: CornelL H. A. ____,.____.____::..Moved wife. 4t We be rldi. ton B.'r''I": Until the officers elected at the first KRTRBfl rrrE.f A
; > You and each of you. are hereby. Crawford., W. B _----___--____Moved I turn and his I wife. be ; : annual meeting of the .stockholders Solicitors for Complainant.It "
notified and required; to present any Cornell E. R. ____________--_./Moved Ida W. Tantum and her husband. If she hall be quallAed the business of said ;
claim and demand which you, or Chapman John __.__--_---_ --_-_Moved be married and Viola I). Tantum and corporation ahall be conducted by the .HOT1CK TO CREDITORS 7.. ,
irector)| either of you. may have against th* Castle Robert __._____.,_____Moved her husband. If she be married. If following name4foff.ers. ,i:J., K. An(re: >: tte.,
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Fp .. .t. or Arthur'B. Vorh_ deceased. Crawford* J> I... -___-____...____.Moved"any of the same be deceased or otherwise -Frealdentl/ ." D. 'War Mis:? I"Vlee-PrestJ. I.i th. rrt't C_..". Jed5p _ _
t'I', .1.t' "' latet Oceote Oounty' Florida to the D0"0. A..- ,sflatenberry. :. --__ -_____* claiming an Interest In the above dent: ft. A.- Gates Cashier': and J FAn Osesala, C*.*ty. suit .4! Fiec4di. r t
: '" ? ANI1 .' undersigned ..Exeeutr of I amid estate '0)'. P. ...__-n_____-__5J0ved described land: All of whoestre.lden- ..... R.D. W;.r| a-r R,.AiOste<<1., EmIl) "
within or* year'from the-dat.hereof. "'.... : ces and addresses are unknown: TOU Mach and G7.: W. Persons, Director. Tn 4-e Estate of N. >aV 0."' ''''. ,. _ _
Patted: << -November* 10iUS.' ;". -rr"mtni.iiMwJJ. and each of you are' hereby. commandMi vIII._ To all Creditor Legatee. Dtstrlbu y I,

.t'l% 51Q. MLMW : T j T4.MARY'. $4A4)i&y9RUWER. FI." ..-Warr.n, ._._______-'- --Move4.rtetberr. :; to appear In. the above entitled -. .The highest maunUof indebtedness _t_. and all Persons. having '
.... r' ,?;, ..c.. r. '. . n ________ -.Mdvei7- .. ".useton or before the 4th .d>yoCvriTNicB8 or.-etlMVoUaMUtBWio.,mhlch.; the said ,or...Demand against ,sald ..ClaIr: ,
' sf h.Eap d: peI. ranetSJ Ir'f H. .....__.___.....M"rei" -.. AniII.: A. 0. '1121. corporation shau at any time<tect .,.You, and each> of you. are < _
T. tN"'I"UI' otR t1t'l''COURT"OF"THB ....' C.'111t.. -.-....,,--iMqv.: .' thai Honorable C. 0. Atidrewt Itself *hn'be ** limited .and definedby notified and<< required to presentany
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} fi. 1. t. fUi ) sEyEfl'gNTKi! rcvw .(1rifftP. Josep :.- _._----U. :Judge of the above Court,. and Section 371*, .(, the. General Stat claim and demand* wh .... .PO' ".
/ o,'I TRill 'IiI'M't'. "VjIQJAL: IHilEPOR O UbMt'E!: A. ..-....---.. myTfisra* a* Clerk thereof and the. tHee of Vlortda eith.'eofO, eI-1I1t! ..rral.\.t.. ffi.
llCEO ;' IN'' orovd'woieit ...-.----Mob ".ell of said Court-at Klsalmme. 0...- .statb ot'Nt CllnoeD; ClClee _t. ___
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:: .-'ti-; V'.moetr: : Otliesge To"'; : :: '.. : t'U\. '' !Iq The na>mea < ... 'I''ol1Ja.'1-0. el .'" H..4 01f! 1\ .. ., .e4 A. "O..tn.. subscribers and the,amount of capital ....'.e cJ 1tJc..Uth.. 'of ..ns".ta., ..
n 'tLtM f11 --f'o"t' WI -.Iaii.t \ ( RlfiibjMribi ei4", by _clio ar*:.. fol- within lwo.year. from,th* date hermher *-
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JANUARY' ,' 1M1fr . 1

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Beaumont avenue, of the Basket Joy. Itt making and ? .e1ll ,'candy..' MIMtyV ..r
IN SOCIETY'S REALM Club. The affair'' waa' especiallychtrIi1ng : : Later, from the' profits of 'tRo sales, '
[ ] from the moment the first thefle "l Irl. made fifty-three stockIngs i 1'-.
guest arrived at two o'clock until the of white netting sewed with:
adieus were laid at four. Refreshments vari-colored yarna-and each stocking '
''t All matter Intended for this department of sandwiches, cake, and fruit was filled with candy nuts, apples
.. poMlbl should, Advano.b. handed notions In a.of early com- punch were served during .the after- and oranges, and, sent to the
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kt In* ..v.nmu.t be authentic. Call noon. Florida Methodist Orphan.ge at Enterprise I "CAS'I'N'O' 15 ,
Phone II and auk for- "Society." in time for Chr..tm..andthe '
Y MARRIAGE.i SharpJAN.
Form. clo.s promptly ,at ten o'clock PERFORMEDBY received Mrs. :
each Friday morning.ENTERTAINED following letter by
;r .. --000- THE NEW JUDGEAt W J. Frlpp. whose class it was that .. .
the courthouse the
on Monday .
made"the donation will the 1
prove
GUESTS
first marriage- license of the new at 8i5' a .t.1
pleasure that followed the gift: .
,l FROM MONTVERDE .
regime was issued by Judge T. L,
"The lovely, box received and
was
t Mrs. D.' W McQuatg and Mrs Jeff thereafter
Comer and immediately
w' just-cannot find words expressive "
.Hardin and little daughter, Evelyn, '
that
austere official said the words ,
of Monteverde, 'were f'Ueats on Sat- enough to thank you. It Is the faithful '
which, according to the "powers in
vrday of Mr*. G. B. Woodall. ones such as you who keep the
him vested the of !
state
; by great home and the children en their: hearts Engagement Extraordinary .
STOPPED ENROUTE Florida, united; in wedlock AaronM. and minds that make for these oth- ,
TO RAINES CITY Ryals, of Bartow, mid Miss Fanny -I erwise neglected children a comfortable -
Mr. Johnson and her granddaughter FitKSimmons, of CovingtonLouisiana. and healthy childrood. .Surely
Miss Laura Johnsonwho Witnesses declare that for hie'maiden God and the of Vieaven will
were angels x .. 'I
I autoing' from their home in Orange effort Judge tComer made an I rejoice when they see tlnrt' Christ' By Special Booking!

Center to Haines City where they excellent record.:.........- I request to- care for His I little ones 't
,r will engage in fruit-packing, wereguests has not been forgotten. With best
Saturday and Sunday at the OHIO CLUB PLANS wishes and the that this t.t
3 home of their old-time friends, Mr. HOLDING BOX SOCIAL I be your best and prayer most prosperous may NOTE This Is the big Number One Company J
(= and Mrs. G. B./ Woodall. Commencing at five o'clock in the in The Master's service,
/ year yours
that. Jacksonville
afternoon of plays Miami
Monday. January 24 Mrs. Ii. G. Brooks." ,
.WELL-KNOWN COUPLE the Ohio Club will hold a box social The class making this contribu and from :
goes here to the Victory :
the Hart Memorial which
it MARRY IN JACKSONVILLE at tion consisted of Ethel Allen, Helen Thea'I
{ A special received from Jackson- es to be an affair of much promls-I I Ames, Margaret Brunson, Ruth Da- ] tre, Tampa .
ville yesterday morning announces I'ance. The first' portion: of via Gladys Griffin, Lillian Harris { ,
;,1 the marriage in that city on Wednesday ing will consist of the "box" part of I Martha Hodnett, Florence Judd, Ne
k January 1%, of Paul W. McKee the entertainment .when hjot, coffee I I va Lester, Lilia M Cranie,- Ruby Oliver Non-Alcoholic But Intoxicating'With .
and Miss Ouida Malloy, whose resi- will be furnished free to those Percie Oliver, Elizabeth :
!, dence is 10 Brack street, Kissimmee. ticipating-and every Ohio par-I Mabel Ploetz, Lauretta Parker', .
s Both bride and groom have many urged to be present -while an
Freda Schweikart, Ettamay Suhl, 4'
friends in this city. tion is extended very generally to all Katherine Tiller, Dorothy Wells. : Joy -3*

the people.}? Later in the evening I Thelma Woodall, and the assistant-1
AID SOCIETY SOCIALAT there will be an interesting program
teacher. Miss Virginia Tiller. j
HART MEMORIAL of music and readings and speaking I
The Ladies' Aid Society of the I MOTJlERR-TE CHERS CLUB <: Selwyn Si; Co's '
Presbyterian church will\\\ hold a social FINE MUSIC PROMISEDFOR !"! ) ELECTS ITS OFFICERS 1
meeting at the Hart Memorial, COMING! ) DANCEA At a meeting held last. Friday aftcrnoon -'
f at which there will be a pleasingprogram feature of the dance on Tuesday I the Mothers-Teachers Club
{ rendered and refreshments:'evening will be the music furnished ,
selected the
1 following-named to act ,
will be nerved. All members of the for the occasion---"Ilartzell's Novelty as officcjw for the ensuing year: Sensational Comedy Success fl
: Five" !Ix-en to : I
congregation and their friends are having! engaged Mrs. W..1. Fri 'president.
urged to be -pn sent. Thare will be give zep ami ztwt for the entire even- Mr1. W. Miller-vice-president. .
a freewill offering taken at the door. ing. The dance in to (' (' A. W. ,
Mrs." Bailey-secretary
promptly at nine o'clock and will I : W. .
1 Mr* <; Bent-treasurer.i i
PRAYER SERVICESAT close promptly at one o'clock-
MrsJ. E Lupfer lunchroom
CHURCH PARLORSThe allowing four hours for piihtimi? treasurer.The :
women of the Baptist church the pleasure of dancing to the rhyt.h-I' club will hold a literarysocialmeeting
1 held an all.day prayer service in the ,, mic airs produced I by this (' on the afternoon of 'Friday.I'I )ly
I church parlors last Thursday The i which is acknowledged to be mewl January 21, (commencing: three- TEAFORTHREEf'
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t forenoon program was conducted by Ij |entertaining. The management is thirty when there will he interesting
j Mrs. Earle Lupfer.: A committee of I anxious to have only "the !best" ofi .
t I reports; also a carefully prepared
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women served a lunch tnoon in the the dance-loving people In attendanceand paper concerning the legal status of 'I IWl.tH'n
I. church. The afternoon meeting wan the audience promises to be in Florida. This will
led Mrs. W. II. Jones. The meetings I excellent I paper
V by an one he replete with matters of interest. ,
{ were helpful, and were enjoyed
and it is desired that shall heI.re..t'r.t
1 by all.BASKET. YULETIDK: ECHOESOF *many j
I to consider it |
I HAPPY (DEEDS J
? : Wednesday.. January 2fi\, will IK ,, _
CLUB
IEMnERSENTER'tAINED Not what we have but what we
six''
the commencement of a series of
{i ON TUESDAY : share makes )life worth the living. R bei >
let lures, all to occur on consecutive
Mars H; $/l. Wells and Mra. Kmmni For several weeks as the old year the of'
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J. B. Hijli both Vermonters, |t of Wednesday evenings subjects >
were was slipping away the Daughters! which will embrace phases of citizenship .
hostesses'*bn Tuesday afternoon at'''' Wesley-a class of 'teen !girls'of the --all to he given under auspices ,I .
their pleasant 228 Methodist R'hool-bad much -
apartments at Sunday
V of the club-by able authorities! sent
jby I the .educational extension depart-i
meat of- the University of } While these lectures will be free
k those who desire to follow the course
of study adapted to the club will pay I
X a very small sum for the bulletins
which are prepared especially for (
Florida women. Among the lecturers j'
will be Dr. Edwin E. Sparks, president -
of the state college of Pennsylvania I A

and !Mrs. McMahon, of New I< j, Y :1
.A York, who will' be remembered as. :
having addressed audiences in Kis- 'i

.simmee upon former occasions.A "l!
limited number of the bulletins ( ._,,; L ,tf: .:;:
have been received by the presidentof .. (I t. ') .
the club-and public) Interest in-,
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both bulletins. and lectures is earn .

estly solicited. 1 .

PERTAINING TO CHURCHES ., .
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"':, Presbyterian Church j ;, t .If! ','Na,'> ,,

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t Warm With ., A a MlM \

; :: '," ':' Up ,. h.l Rev, W; H.-Preach, Pastors" ;, . .1'' .. : '..,, ,'.J,;1 '

: t the Right Stoves 10:00 11:00 a.a. m.-Sunday m.-Worship.school.Subject' :' .1 By nol Gooper Megrue, author of ""IT: PAYS TO ADVERTISE"" % ,

M "Finding Peace" "UNDER COVER Etc.
home for 6:30: m.-Christian Endeavor. 1[ ,
your warmth i'' .
I EQUIP dryness Topic: "Self-Control.! .- -
r \ WITHMILLICENT
r. ( cheer, in spite of the fall chill and : m.-Worship. Subject: \'

: drizzly days. .. "A Loney Soul.! ;
Jf 'r
\ 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer 1[ HANLEY .,
i PUT Stoves and Heater are to date in service.
up
I" -'made 7:30 p. m.-j-Friday. Choir prac- ;"\AJiD' GREAT'SBLW l'h' CAST, INCLUDING t.;
:every; :, way for cleanliness. good tice. 1. .

IJ ,". 'ap|>eftrance,' proper combustion and foril ._ 1[ ;
-' BERT LEIGH
Caristiaa Caurcli :
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l giving most Beat with, least fuel. -..< :

..! :." See .our"special display this week of these Rev. W. H. Coleman, Pastor, Among whose hits in this city were: "STOP THIEF," 'i';

:!'I' .. ; ,' jnodero, Stoves and. Heaters. 11:00 10:00( a.a. m.-Sunday m.-Sermon. school. .1[ "45 MINUTES FROM BROADWAY," "THE MAN ON THE BOX," :'.\h;1

7:30 p. .m.-Sermon. ETC. \
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.:sy1, te., THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY A welcome for everybody-especially -

: ji.t.'Ot\ ."'"''l-. 1 F"r. .". ',, KISSIMMEE: ,, FLA., .' . tt" ONCE strangers.NEWSPAPERMAN_ tf .1[ One Solid Year_ at-'Maxine Elliott's Theatre i in N, Y. 'J.,


: '.- i;. "r-'Hr- NOW PASTOR, OF.CHURCHRevr Surpasses "TWIN. BEDS" and "FAIR AND WARMER"( as a Laugh Promoter !
:: : 7I'INCH6SrEll STORE 1[
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:, .r ] the Jacksonville Metropolis and k
\ also pastor of the Main Street Chris- 1 Seat! Sale ;,
to $1.50
PRICES
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(, 'v' [ ;, Tress'News Stand
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i 1. r 1"y '11 a.llnse Gahir Va-Pr-itl.atf ------ --- -- ------...-.--- -- ,- ,. --- .-- -- -. -- ,- --. ,---- _____ I r 11';
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than church will speak at the Christian MISS TRESS GIVEN' 1 J.'

church next Sunday at the usual HUGE NUMBER VOTES '
-, r hour. He Is an able speaker and DANCE : 't
1 i' those who do not hear him will miss
a treat. Last week there was a "popularity
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:" Il HABIT contest" on at the Melville Comedians I
'.' .. I I't" Buy At Highland" -and Your young .women were

':'. ,One of the greatest evils of this age. i i. the Debt Habit. Men owe selected to be voted upon by the patrons 'to:
'' Mrs. James A. Allan, who of that playhouse. The prize KissimmeeTUESDAY
.': ,.; \ more dollars than they own ,;doll ri. The person who forms the last Mr.season and were residents of Klssinl- to the winner was- a handsome little
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I t: : f Debt 'Habit is sooner or later coming to grief. If yogi are in debt, mee, are likely to change their residence diamond ring-one that made each "
in the voting
Florlda-hav- of the participants
Toronto
t6 ,.:, flop right short now. Don't charge up another cent Open an account ing bought from a ten-acre grove at Highlands campaign most eager to become the 1

t'' i ':'. at the Bank of Osceola County no matter how small it may near Lakeland. Mrs. Allen is winner. The voting went on with
and the awardwas
Jr be. debts and build Interest Account and sister of Mrs. G. A. Briggs, who is much enthusiasm- I i(
d' Pay your up your you the winter season in Klaimmee made to Miss Frances Tress
spending
'. 't will free yourself from worries and anxieties, r .:Jiaving decided that this is Saturdayevening when her aggregate 18 '
the best place in Florida in which. tore.lde. vote reached the startling figures of January ((1
.tom .. more than one and one-half million
"Oat of Debt eat .f Dancer.
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\ ;.. votes-and Miss Tress now wear-
Lt- Firm Optimistic ing the souvenir. The recipient issues Music HartzelFa' !
Big by (
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Bank of Osceola County :
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; . The Gazette is In receipt of encouraging "To my man* friends who made :
In Novelty j
five
; news from advertisers the recent popularity contest in this .
v '' w c1ri.:; Hours, a. to 3 p. m. northern states who had ordered overwhelming success for meI

f'. :'". " ," their announcements held up pending city,take an this opportunity of thanking Admission-'. ;$2.00 } /
\ indications for business One ,
: better
: I e eh an.d all of you-for when I received -
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r 'r" of these firms writes "Commence diamond ring
charming /j1
ri 'i1 I ; ; \i" )2; I .- ; / the insertions of our .display :advertisements I was unable my to say Uy thanks whichI Dancing m

:I immediately. Allindica- felt. "FRJW.* ES TRESS!.".., .;
Th./3ankr"Wif1a theAbilzty! : tions now are for akhug "''business. '

r '.\ f aan: .. ul'WlUln6n.\'o. ..- ,' '" S.. ,." .. ., ,' ... ADEPUtS'SjINSURED' '). \ There gency. is Wear no likelihood"'looking"of al\J"'tltria-1, an'".era I t :'jCsUfornia'a Honey Producers' Cooperative 9:00t: ho":
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