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 21, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00995
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: r. PLAINLY' INDICATE ;.Many'' obstacles 'presented themselves Hardee-has 'made the ft

at the, opening of the new Dollar: Day"Bargains following appointments: OSCEOLA CAN GROW ,
year relative to c the 'rebuilding S. F. Williams Jr., of Marlanna
l "KiSSIMMEEGROWTH the Tucker :Wood-Tex Brick plant member of the board .of instructionof .

-'. which was seriously damaged by fire .. < Jackson county. ' HIGH, GRADE GRAIN
'/<:, { : :: ',,:--T ;.... during the latter part of December ''" H. W.- Thompson of Milton' probation ,

J i Prorrew el A ,City I. Uwally r ...ellI but arrangements;i according to have advices bow given been assured by WATCH'F.OR [THE DAY J. T.officer Fleming of Santa of Rosa Otter countf.Creek, Rice Produced Ia Osceela Ceexty

I cated By n. Increae err Decrease J. 'Wade Tucker, that work on the ,, game .warden for LeVy county. CeeJafj., Better, Has More Sestaminc

"/ of Postal. Receipts building will be commenced probably ., "- Frank Strickland of Perry game Power '-. And I* Better Flavored
e' r, v. during the coming week.. .The product warden for Taylor county. tRice
: t ;4. In spite of several "setbacks" of this plane ha., received jnost . MERCHANTS SHOULD BE BUSY A. M.. Henry, of Tallahassee, ass should be-mad a' staple crop ,

r which have afflicted Kissimmee during favorable comment from all paving andt, : slstant succeeds state himself.chemist. Mr. Henry in Osceola county. There II a vast .
the which authorities, and the management is ;
past year--.trouble. acreage suitable for iu production.
have had a tendency to spread a assured of .-ste.d,.'sale for all brick BUYERS SHOULD *BE BUSIER The trustees fund of have the abolished internal improvement thepost -> It la easily. cultivated by those who ,;

"". spirit of pe.almlam-there has been that can be produced. When com know how; It I.i not difficult to harvest ",
of .
fire warden in the Ever.
4 on the whole very little ensmallment pleted there' will be a considerable ANNOUNCEMENTS : it does" not have to be told "on ., -
addition to the force of the WATCH FOR IL'ladea-thereby saving $2600 per
t' At the usual"'amount of business the minute" a* do Borne, other crops: ;
", '' "transacted. The pogtoffice receipts plant over the former number. ." annum and it can be made very profitable if

iY, _, are conceded to be as accurate a criterion there can be enough of it produced )
of business conditions as can to Justify the installation of a mill ."
be secured-and that locality which VALUABLE FIGURES NOTABLE INCREASEIN that is strictly modern.

fail., to show at least some growth ( SATURDAY JANUARY 29 These are facts. These are state
., is immediately marked. "unpro- meats that can be substantiated by \,
: : gressive" by those 'who look careful SHOWING PROGRESS FLORIDA STOCK i close investigation. Certain tracts of '.
after statistics. land '
ly are specially adapted for certain -
It is impossible! for a newspaper | crops it is true; yet there is a

p' to secure full details regarding the THROUGHOUT STATEFarm PROVED BY CENSUS larger percentage of land it is asserted 1
ordinary postoffice-as no statement j. by men who are intimate with
t. from those in be officially ,the rice that
charge can culture will produce.
made public. Hence the increase of Values Have More Than Doubled Advertisement of Progressive Merchants to insure insertion Fewer Cattle n-TeD Yean Ago: well or in some cases better if planted
'I business transacted at the Kissimmee in rice. And there is
Increase Shewn Aloof All Other ever a
i. Florida .ia-Te. Years But MUST
postoffice can be taken only In :sharp demand for the finished pro-
,,'. a general way; but that there has There Are More Mortgage Be in The Gazette office'Wednesday Line I* SatisfactoryOf duct. ?
been a handsome growth during the Night I Other portions of the state are go.Ing .
-, past year over the preceding year is The number of farms in Florida, 1 the 54.005 farms in Florida into rice culture to a considerable "
#, evidenced according to the recent cencus. is 47,490 report live stock Horses are I extent. The Perry Herald tells .J
The total receipts of the Kissim 64,005. These farms contain 6,846- .. reported by 25,380. mules by 23300, :of a farm managed by a woman, and
I I".,. mee poi toffice for the year 1919 693 acres, of which 2,297,271 acres cattle by 31,888 sheep by 483, goats adds:
ware $10,861.75. and for the year are improved land. Since 1910. the Dollar Day Comes For Third Time by 2.299 and hogs by 40,063. "It has been clearly demonstrated "
., ': 1920 these same receipts reached the number of farms haeJncreased eight ; The number of horses in Floridais by the Walkill farms at Green! Cove

pleasing figure of $14,176. 8-showIng percent; the total acreage 11.8 percent 38,670 which includes 85,500 horses I Spring that rice can be grown as' a Cl
'I I a net gain! of $3,814.93.) The demands ; and the improved acreage I Bargains In Store For Kissimmee two years old and overt 1,473 colts ,I profitable crop in that section. That ? :
.. ) made upon the delivery system 27.2 percent Sixteen and seven- from one to two' years old, and 1,597 farm grew 200 acres with a yield from
.' during the past year especially tenths percent of the land area of. colts under one )'ear old. The value 1.500 to 2,000 pounds per acre. This
laird Dollar Day Promise To Be duplicated in Kissemmee. That is reported for horses is $4,552315; anaverage I rice
C during the latter part of the term the state is in farms and 39.8 percent was sown with a regular grain
r have been greater than ever before. of the farm land is improvedThe I Even Greater Success: Than Those what some of the merchants say- of 118.02 per head. The drill and given: no cultivation after
Had it not been that so large a number value of all farm property Is That -have Preceded and they should know. There is a number of horses on April 15, 1910 planting. A portion of the crop was
r of tourists and visitors have or- $329.287317. as compared with $143- : .vast fund tied op in the stocks which (excluding spring colts in order to irrigated by means of a flowing well,
dered their mail delivered by carriersto 183,183 in 1910 an increase of 130.0 Were accumulating ordered make a fair comparison with the figures :and the results were so satisfactory :,
the apartments engaged there percent. The value of the land,and Saturday January 29. when "the peak" was being climbed. for January. 1, 1929)) was 45,- : that Miss Wagner manager of the

would have been much confusion-as buildings I. $280.460,604; of Implements That will be a Real Dollar Day. These have been paid for at high 029 I farm says that she wilt irrigate her
there are no vacant boxes to be and machinery $13,551,773: Just think when that day arrives (I prices-but the goods may now pe The number of mules is 42.046 including .entire acreage. Her plans include

leased. In Kissimmee as in many and of live stock $36,284,640. As and passes that practically'one- duplicated at lowest priced.Rathel* 1,049 colts under two years 1,000 acres to be planted in rice." e'J ',
Florida cities, there is a plan by compared with 1910 the value of twelfth of the year of 1921 has been than keep this money tied up mer land I and 40,997 mules two years old The Macclenny Standard in speaking -
which many of those who come each land and buildings for 1920 shows wiped out. chants prefer to "let the tail go with over. The total value is $7,773- of the yield! of rice in that. locality
the )bide," and secure a percentage of 851, an average of $184.89. In 1910. '
winter retain ownership of their an increase of 137.4 percent; of Implements says:
And think also of what the Dollars
the rost of the goods. the number of mules (excluding
"For time
boxes year after year-making the and machinery 204.8 : some we have been
payments each quarter in advance as t[ ; and of live stock +1,4 percent.percent doing now-of how much more its Because of the uncertain condition spring colts) was 23,305. gathering data on the subject: of rise
producing and giving to the ultimate of the markets the general buyer The total number of cattle. 638,- in
I. required by postal law; and gives The average value for land and than produced Baker county, and find ..
i consumer during the past may rest assured that Dollar Day 981 including 618.850 beef cattle and that the amount harvested in' thl..
that "is practically is .
an ownership aa buildings farm $5493. as com- it
, per several years! It is a matter to be offerings on Ii".0,651 1 dairy catt.(.. Beef cow alone
Saturday 29
those who with January county is so much larger than anticipated
perpetual as are permanent pared $2,362 in 1910. The average
; strongly considered by all peoples of I will be wonderful It willp.y'the number 261.931 and dairy cows 71-I
1t residents.The : of land alone per acre I. $38.- : I bargains. that the figures are hardly ho-
all el.s.e--.for
it much the eai- '
means to '
handsome increase in postal 90. as-against $17.84 in 1910. ; ( buyers to study the adver- 641. The value reported for all lievable. We have questioned many
/ receipts of Kissimmee during thee. The value of the 7,308 farms for' general public. It means much to ..iiaeraenU; appearing in The Gazette tie is 14.755935; for beef cattle' 'farmers on the subject! and whiles we
: the dealer as well. Said one mer- : both this week and next-and next $10313,459; and for dairy cattle $4- of half million
past year is a matter over which the which complete mortgage reportswere .know a pounds, this;
; chant in Kissimmee
entire city should be gratified. secured is $60.760,850. and the : but a few days | week's issue will reach all subscribers ... 442476. The number of cattle in'we feel sure is far from, being 'theI '
ago: 111 lose enough money within and deal only.t"thOll 1910 (excluding spring calves) was ]:
amount of the mortgage debt is the on Friday- total as there is a large number of
'a METHODIST next three months if things go places where there has been '760,936. I I
FORMER PASTOR $12.911,813 or 25.4 percent of the planters whom we have not consultedwho
as they are now going: to rave one shown a co-operation along the line The number of sheep is 64,659 and-.. have produced rice. The difd- '
WILL PREACH ON SUNDAY value. The pf Interest"b
", average I whole block in this city! While -I tof i
7.S percent. 'twenty-four andfive- i of thin day which promises to-' produce gaits 45390. The- value reported i oaltyaup.rienee4n-eaialng. tUds 'crop
t r, f"'t The many friend- of Rev. S. W. tenths percent of all farms operated this niay it is have a fact been a that bit of exaggeration ; special money-saying bargains !for sheep is $318,242 and for goats]J I is the fact that it has to be taken. to
I I t theiowners many merchants in this way there will be an assurance 146331. I i'Raiford' to be cleaned and this emphasizes ,
his mortgaged
formed by are as
rLawler during four-year are losing money-while oth accrue The swine include ,
that mutual benefit will 755,481 reported the fact th.t. rice mill r
the Methodist church compared with 14.8 percent in 1910.
I| pastorate of Kissimmee over will be pleased to learn The number of white farmers is ers are disposing of their goods at by the exploitation of this busy 383,053 pigs under six months old should be built here, when the farmiers -
prices which out all
wipe profits. bargaining time-whiCh is given mu- 166,164 sows for breeding 12,615 would give this crop more attention r
I that he will the pulpit of 41,061 of which 38,836 are native ,
occupy And there are always the taxes and
tually through the Chamber of Commerce boars for breeding, and 189.228 oth-
that at present. The outlook
'V church and 2,216 foreign born. Of the .
that Sunday native -
morning atj the rents and the depreciation and
six months old and The'
the and hogs
energetic merchants er over. now is that before another;.season a
fsfll. eleven o'clock' At the present time white farmers, 30,256 are won- the
'' 7.045'ten. overhead to be considered. j The Gazette.. swine are Valued at $5,744392. mill will be in operation here and it;,
he I is filling the position of head of ers; 1,535 managers and '
Igjk it the educational campaign for the ] ants Of the foreign born white 'The: Coming Dollar' Day on Saturn Watch the advertisements every The total production of milk in is safe to say that hundreds acres

5nT. Methodist churches of the southern farmers; 1,911 are owners,- 193 managers day) Janu/1Y..29!'-: will present oppor- reader will learn that every advertiser 1919 Was 12.155,533 gallons, as com- will be planted In rice.-
tunities to buyers that have not do ashe pared with 12.532,428 gallons In who acknowledged -
r district, with headquarters at Lake- and 111 tenants The 12,954 will precisely F. A. Stroup Is an
K- -i--land in which there is .need"of railIng colored farmers comprise 6,320 own been duplicated for several years. I agrees one 1909. The production of wool in ,authority upon this crop, believes
101 Perhaps it- would not be incorrect to of reciprocity-and all who enter the 1919 was 162,294 pounds; of, honey. that ultimately this county
R hundred and 6,533 tenants.
the of ere.

sum eight thousand !! managers
dollars the of! The number of female farmers 1111 declare that bargains will be offeredon proceedings will receive a benefit. 962,488 pounds; of eggs: 6,530,563 will lead all others in the state in
major portion
that day that 'have never' been Saturday January 29. dozen; and the number of chickens. the way of production. "Fully two-
which will go to colleges in this 3,208. 'including: 2.493 owners 27 i .,.-
raised 2145756. of Is
state Sutherland being the chief managers and 688 tenants. thirds my land especially adap- ,
I The value of dairy products, excluding ted for. rice culture," said Mr. Stroup.
home of milk and actual test I
Adopting French Orphan use cream "By produced morepounds
however will have nothing in
'. with the for which com-Rev. SUNDAY CONCERT PROGRAM SEVERELY HURT IN WRECKJ. was $2361,196; of eggs: $3,069365; of rice to the acre than I ,
Won cause Checks received;; by the national and of chickens raised in 1919 $1- grew of corn-and the cost of caring,
Lawler is laboring. A -general' Invitation treasurer of. the American Legion: to Sunday afternoon commencing at E. Miller of this city sustained 823,893. for the cord was largely In''. excess
.extended. provide for the adoption of French four o'clockthat: splendid musical four fractured ribs and a number of Domestic animals kept in village of the outlay foi" th. rice. There-Is' >+

HORSE. AND PONY RACES orphans now total 4650. This organisation, the Kissimmea Concert other serious .internal injuries Thursday barns city stables, and elsewherenot but one drawback to the production
't amount is enough to care for sixty- band under the leadership of J. M. afternoon ID.n auto accident .n farms, were reported as .fol here-and that is* so many rice-con-- .
AUTO AND MOTOR RACES two orphan for a period of one Gallagher will render the following which occurred just' this side of Kissimmee. lows: Horses 7,596 in 1920. aa compared :sumers. insist, on having' a rice'.that, '
: 1 FOUR DAYS NEXT ,WEEK: year. The greater part of the adoptions numbers-and there 'will doubtlessbe Mr. Miller was returning with 14,073 in 1910;"mules,,7.- is handsome and KJO..7-fomttinc'
---; were made by Legion posts In extremely' large' gathering: from a businesstrip in Osceola 970 In 1920 and ,7,600 in 1910; cat- that ta bringing about"that condition
"a?As may be seen by a notice in an- tnajny parts of the country i but a Overture.-"J-ight" Cavalry" .Suppe county when he encountered difficulties tie, 26,972 in 1920 and 27.204 in 1910] there la a great deal of. the value of, '
,"" .. "'*other column there Is planned for number of individuals contributed. A Tropical Interlude_-- Holmes with the road which is reportedto hogs, 46,657 in 1920. >and 22.098-In' the grain.Jost to< them:; Then t.o, .

the coming week a gala event last- ... ., "Avalon" -__.-.'--__ Jolson be in a poor condition and. In 1910. It requires a mill thoroughly modern .
I lag four days-the first three -d.,.. Selection, "Marltana" _Wallace trying te"'nego bate a stretch of sand ,.. to bring, that condition-rand so''far\ tt
: e' being devoted to horse-races of var- STATE ROAD. BOARD Popular Jingles, (to be selected) the ear which he was driving skidded ,there has not been. enough ,business
ioua sorts, and the last day Saturday Medley-Memories 'of, Stephen Fos and turned.'over three times before NEAR
n i to care for the race of auto- . ter" ?_.__,i___._' Holmes bringing, up with a crash' against a : With a large" yield there
4. mobiles and. motorcycles. HAS: Q : National .Anthem -._--?- Key Fence. A foot traveler picked up on "V : will be put'' In ai: mill that ,will do'

i -. .'F4Arms, the promoter, announ.ess QUICK CHANGE the highway by Mr. Miller; suffered IS 'PRG'D. AT ONCE i better work-although the primitive,, ,
> -. the arrival here within a few KISSIMMEE YOUTH a broken shoulder. -Lakeland Star. mill now in, use )leaves the grain 'in bM,

day. -of numerous strings of racing Ckalrmaa Lake Reams and Eaiire AGAIN HONORED BY There seems to be some conflict In the'.*best ahape for the consumer."*'.:;
1 animals, and predicts that neverhas the statement regarding the cause of Local .Woman Is SeHcitiaf 'FandsjeSecure "Very few merchants will handle
f Kiasimmee'seen- real sport which Personnel el Com.isslo.lace Bern NAVAL DEPARTMENT the..wreck.' The highway: through I the ,, Osceola -county'' yield of rice".
'.will be brought out during the four "Altered. aad Amended" -- KiRsimmeo to the Polk county',line- '.Qaeta.'Asked From OeeoUCounty .. c6ncluded Mr. Stroup "because the. ?
'days' of ':.tournament. There will be ...:.--' W. B. Harris Jr., son of Mr and and throughout that in people will not call for;, .It.If_ overyV a .,
.-h a large carnival company on the The-term of office as 'chairman of MVs. W. B. Harris, of this- city, has perfect: condition; t were the rei!dent'- In the county"will demand
fair grounds all the time to furnish the 'State Roard Department held by been honored once more for the services of sand" alluded to is located Mrs. Florence B. Best, chairman* of I I the 'home-grown rice 'there will be ".
amusement and music for. the many Forrest Lake. terminated abruptly given In the late war-this time remains as yet a mystery. From Osceola: county hi the matter of ,created a market'' which will' induce ;,

; wt i i events, rand those standing back of when he tendered his resignation to being in Conduct what "is known asa miles .north of Kissimmee clearthrough funds for the Near' East Relief. 1s great to. plant. that, ..,..
{ ,the: coming event' declare there will i the governor and the document! was "Good Medal. The memento to Lakeland, to Tampa to now working assidiously to secure 'I.: And right then! there will be;
:be thousands of visitors from-all the: .c pted_' Mr:: Lake's resignation was is of,a handsome. bronze and Saint Petersburg, the the needed quota of funds to be.forwarded mol'f .money in 'the"county. I wish
central, sectionof the state. I followed by others. These were C. carries In a circle the words "united of brick or concrete or asphalt-and to' Cleveland II. Dodge, national I the ''people Would adopt this, slogan:'

.' .It, is planned to have a business A.' Tutewiler," of Jacksonville; A- J. States Marine Corps" in raised let there rare no imperfect or "...ndy".pota treaaurerf.Then! have already !'Demand. 'rice growq'.In;Osceola coun7 -
: 'men's derby, on' Frld.y--KI..lmmee : John.onr.of Perry D. W. ters. In the centre: is an embossed ; and It would appear that the been secured contributions'to the aggregate **'." - - 1 ,t
have the same day known a. "Child. I of Tallahassee. It 'was the general the breach of 'a huge :gun with thefiringcord grievously. erred in giving the cause to the first of the present year for Who can 'resist "an ,appeal. from iii.heart v

t ''ren'D.y.." With good weather' belief that the major portion of these and below the attaehect-whn. above of the accident. this fund; but there is still needed a of a child?;; .' ."' '
,there I. 'no doubt there will\ be a men-being all appointees of the former figure are the stock large amount to carryout the plans 'Your'county quota therefoieestimated
and flukes ,
of an anchor. Tha obverse .
t; large/ attendance throughout the en- governor-would 'tender'their NEW MANAGEMENT of the'board of. trustees., the beis of child ,
of the medal carries the upon
f ;;$* I,tire four days of the carnival.' : resignation.;' although their plans word.: *"Fidelity-Zeal-Obedience encircling," OF, CASINO GIVES More. than 1,000,000 persona,chiefly adoption. At a maximum of>$60 per y,

r: ".'-tfiCROCERTERlA: NOW OPEN. i had been formulated work. Chairman'for much Lake improvement and the blank space for receiving: theengraved FINE:'ATTRACTION I refugee women pad children. have year the:number.of orphans depending . -: + '
._ 60V-
assistance eounty-u
name of the recipient. The -- during-tbe past, year received upon your -
.% '-: ""UNDER. A' NEW-TITLE:I. tendered his,which resignation said In" a" communication souvenir 1s suspended from a gun ( Saturday without. which most, of them ,"Thui, la 'your'appeal. "OUI" taDdn.c. ;, ti
' ''''C attached .the performance would have peri.bed.. 'There .are at point your source of publicity U
to the ;
usual red and blue I
; w: has brought : "When the position of chairman evening is to be the-criterion of future ? in ,
E. Kern ington. o ribbon which in torn' is fastened to the present time 270 'American relief these children '. 'were vagrants
'lib family -Kissimmee forr the and member of the state road depart- the'bar which Is embossed- with "U. presentation then the people of workers on the field exclusive:of Florida' sunshine 70U"wouJd take, r''

:,t I :parpoee- of establishing a. permanentixhomehas ment was tendered me, I was moved S.-.Marine Corp.."' Kissimmea who enjoy 'clean performances approximately the 'same number of them in. How much: more. la: their
'",. secpred the store"'. which to accept' the honor because.I':realis The., emblem has 'been forwardedto cleverly given will, indeed Americans .who are' engaged In var- helplessness, the deep snow and id
h..-bMn conducted under the plan of. ed the great Importance to the state Cincinnati where the' man be fortunate. Yet. all performances Iou forms of educational'>work, ,and bitter wind of Asia Minor parent-. w.
a. groceteria, and has established, >a of an aggressive,. practicaland; .busi -.the sole survivor"of those enlisting cannot equal that of Saturday rven- who' -voluntarily' in less almost naked. starving. '
s .neat; clean: and ,up-to-daw..hop for ness-like administration of 'the affairs in the Marine from Kissimmeeis mar for there are very '''few small relief activities. Contribution to this cause,mayb:,
ti, I Corps
,,', ;the sale, of. .groceries, vegetables, of the highway: department, now employed.' On. other companies of the ability of the quin The work began the orphans left with Miss Elsie' Norton,-at, the,
and ,I waa.earnestly desirous of serving J'Ouq'maa' tet that Solwyn baa secured 'to .present - among with ,'Best: 4i
', as a..,"",, ed .enrolled local postoffice. or. -Un.
: Immediately4after { -
waa and refugees
the state ia that-eapaelt.o Since ; v-Tea- for 'Three." MillicentIIadley of. should a
household. / contributions* clothing
:Mr Remingtonaoomn : .
'1.\1\> by ;every this u city in the. Marines but ,the of 1915 has. continued
L,have. been1 connected .with tbe de.putm.nt :her best-:and, Bert massacres '
front.., Syracuse. !, i New York, : h. kilted:Iziactaon
"j'.1Id :J..firmll..lmpnued 1 with the ex- ,-.however,'the 'duties of my ; .waaA : : : ,'..0 Lel< doubtless
II In 'fact the entire east ona Be thankful :ar.DglnR a4i1i4 }
\ ,JIi.::. 'eelJeneie'.f.K.I..lmm.-ancl'OaeeoIA; position up 'ao Is ..lcI-'l.."Kave' seas "
; priest UncIq
under stable l'OY8ftUDeBt.thMe ,
until; some Sam and not an
)' :county'for1' business proposition. my time. than .1aatlclpat".that.. Iwill hundred percent"* In : every. detaiL come tax to !
a the :lightning-conductor- in E1to people can be ....torecl to af.. '
: Wfluam
'An'"advertisement .of rhlsi: business be eompelle&to! either sever'my .*;,fo. Tbne".laandl .Tetyrdel- Indemnity te Hohecsollenav,
relations with the'board r or give: up rope, at ProdlaBob.mla.hi :1754. leate ubject exquisitely '.that ty to,their Unda, and.self-support,,'
: fouDCI'Ja :
:1' venture will be another eol- ;; "t ptnkfbitlosealaraao 1st '"
,, *' .,.* % entirely. my business.>Thia .is a sacrifice th.pIeUUI't la every.line of the ln letter from the state secretary Federal :' -
'annAthlsissue. ?* ;to in net 'of tte"neW:; board;! Mrs. Best received the iaformattonr officials are going toy1. the fo1+
'l' > that net feel Justified by the governor dialogpresabdby'inch following; et'.Chlagr'
N'1bs3m' ksn- :Q n j ,are J. 'i ur- making. '. I.therefore tender my tergnadon'as includes these men;",J.'t). Smith. ,of artiaEa'M -were in,Klssimmoe,.not -a :- ". '- ", f, :t lowing sign "'flllahll"Ou:hot'meal:a;day to 1160.. and member of llarlanDaW_ .'. Wl? Clark.-of. WaD discordant: thought. 'wa:: ,sent' oat. l;tStvi.eaAa.ovin eh m..-ill .huma* aaloons'and.cnbaretaiBewnteAnT- .
;1'' German '. children and' nursing the' state 'road '' Springs;,W.J:Hillman, of fins Oak; The tour of.the 'stab.;should'' be ,a i.. ion blp,to """ a for' the< preservation r: liquor. here to sub- :J.Ito >

R. ,mothen In, the-.sector" effect. January' t IS.;? *'' < ., ' L E. 8ehWiDl''Df Miami; H. R:: Phil; rery: auccaasfui. one, .., for".the: Selwyn of.. v ehJU ,- life,'' than-to aid 61.-1_Q_ "aloaCwttJa' ;-'L... -.:1i...'yo.aer '''
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: Blessed- is-th. -man who".wears Re lllt.. In, KlaBintmee. R. S. FLOYD"

: Kissimmee Grocery : rubber heels and aide whiskers ; for'' Results ,tell the tale. :
verily they are becoming popular 'All doubt it removed. "
: The testimony ,of a KUsimmee
With Hard-lnir for president, and .
(Formerly Groceteria) Hard-ee 'for. governor, will Florida citizen Groceries and i
Can easily be investigated.What .- _
.l have hard times It s hard to tell! ,
better proof can be had? -

James A. I Fear, congressman from A. M L. Chsncty,, 18 Emmett 1,
i "Quality Goods, Wisconsin, wants the Philippines to street, Kissinimee says*" "I can Meats''l
be granted immediate and complete hardly describe' the'misery I endur.ed Fresh
Sales independence. We fear that Mr. from backache time ,
I ? Quick some agx> ':!:
.. Fear will 1 have a fearful time getting When I stooped over to lift anything, :?k
;. Small Profits." congress to think his way. a sharp pain took me in the smallof '
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my back and I could hardly Phone 176 302 Broadway '
Donal O'Callaghsn Lord Mayor of straighten. My kidneys acted too .
Cork is in this country and express'es frequently and the secretions were '
We are modest in our announcements but we are positive we can the opinion that the press of America scanty and highly colored. I had x WE ARE SELLING

give the service you require in Well ,is for controlled once at bv least the Donal another headaches.member and ditty of the spells family, 'too. had As White Label Coffee J

GROCERIES, VEGETABLES, FRUITS wrong. The press of this countryis taken Doan's Kidney Pills with good
1 lines. controlled by the sovereignly that success I used four boxes and theyrelieved BEST IN THE 'WORLD ." '
our general resides under the hat of the Individual of backache head :
me my i
editors thereof, and by no one aches and ditxiness, and I felt bet-
r else. Of course O'Callaffhin wants \
ter hi
KISSIMMEE every way.
Us to take the part of Ireland in the i Price 60c' at all dealers. Don't ALWAYS FRESH STOCK "I

.E. REMINGTON Proprietor shindy they are having with Mother limply ask for a kidney remedy get GARDNER'S FAMOUS
England, but a majority of the press Doan s Kidney Pills-the same that
23 Broadway and people regard it as none of our Mr. Chauncey had. Foster>Milburn CAKES't\
r business, and decline to mix in the, Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. .
OOOOOO OOOO OOO OOOOOO OOOOOOO affairs of King!! George's realm. Our 06.0..o..... ... ......
motto {is "let George do- it."
One of two Kamchatka sables escaped -- ' --> > ,. .. .
Would Shut Down Gas Works An Idyl of the Southland from its captors on board a to A bad wound, burn or cut should "" '
I "Miami, January 14.-Tony Tom- ,ship anchored at Seattle and Jed to Our friends the Russians seem -;
mie, chief of the Seminole Indians, the shore. The sable was the firstivinjr ,be l using nails in place vt money be cleansed of dirt or impurities and t
CITYMEATJARKET of Florida \ automo- I nowadays if we are to b/Heve the dressed with Liquid Boroione.> It ;.
"My stomach has been so filled] has'oulI'ht an specimen of its kind ever carried marvelous
I with gas for the last three years that bile, the"first of his race to drive his over the seas to America, and latest news dispatches Next thing heals the flesh with soeed. IRoberson's
,, I felt I could pretty nearly supply. own car.The Seminoles continue to were consigned to an eastern fur'we'll hear they are carrying nail Price 30c, GOc. and $1.20. by..
ry., our town. I also had frequent pains wear the fantastic I garb of their farm scissors to cut down expenses. Pharmacy.
]I in right side in region of the appen forefathers. ---------- - -- t
dix. Doctors did not help much. I "lie recently took a course of instruction -
One day my neighbor told me about' in a local garage and now
Fresh and i _
Meat declares he is to drive r I ,
what Mayr's Wonderful Remedy hud l I qualified any ai
I done for him and Irot, a bottle of car. In addition to purchasing a
VegeiablesPhone | our drugget.: I can say it will do all I motor car, Tony has invested in a
Ir ''I i and mol than )'pu' claim for it." pair of shell-rim spectacles and these If All the Could SeeINDIALANTIC :
: ''It is a simple, harmless preparation I he is" never without :then' he goes" "! People
44 ''that removes the catarrhal mucus out 4n public among: pale faces.
i from the intestinal tract and allays,Oh, ye snakes and alligators, I i
4 {jthe inflammation which causes practically -I Summer squash and sweet pertaters!
all stomach, liver and intestinal What is this we nee coming
ailments, including appendicitis.One I From the Everglades; humming? t
Shades of I'erieles! and Homer, f?)
dose will convince or money re- r
RUB MY TISMIs funded. J. Z. Roberson, and druggists And the ancient prophet Jonah! .
everywhere.A 'Tin a sight to make one .shiver,
Injun riding in a flivver!
a powerful Antiseptic and Pain piece of discarded! auto tire tubing See a son of Osceolu BYTHESEAWe .
killer cures infected cuts, old cemented to the sole of the shoe I Drinking: pale-fare: coca cola!II
I I will it is said, outwear two leather I, And behold, reel-skin passes,
l teller, etc. Relieves Sprains, Neuralgia (half soles This is easily done bv ] Wearing !shell-rimmed kryptock ICIISDrivinll' ]
roughing the leather with a rasp or ses! Would NEVER Write AdvertisementFor
Rheumatism. I scraper, applying] three coats of II out in all the weathers, a Newspaper
t lad in rainbow-duds. and feathers
patch cement and a layer of cushion
I Breaks the speed laws ev'ry time,
stock, to which is applied the cemented -
at Wanted Gazette-Large office., clean cotton rags tube on tubing the in the patching ofa : I Steps Old-time on the gossips gas and cease thinks their it's scorn fine I two reasons: First it's a job that requires both traiaiaf and an inspiration. Our ad-man doesn't

v T Widowed ing, catfish put on mourning- always driak the inspiration brand se he doesn't always write a food advertisement.

i And merchants mark their prices Second: If all the people could see INDIALANTIC we could fire our. ad-man. We would hare the
iw down,
When Tony Tommie comes to town. best advertisement in the world without hirisif it written and then we would not need to advertise .
Your Postum
PERTAINING TO CHURCHES because onr property would all be sold. ia tea days.W. .

fully! fifteen minutes wnenyou use Presbyterian ChurchRev. L. Tborndyke just felt that he had to write little boost for us this week. Read it Here it U: "; "'

M W. II. Dresch, Pastor

sf POSTUM CEREALThen 1000 a. m.-Sunday school. ,
11:00: a. m.-Worship. Subject!
"The Power of The Gospel.) ....o..o..o........ . ..
,1,, '6:30: p. m.Christian! Endeavor.
r' tHere results a drink of de- 7:30: p. m.-Worship. Subject:

licious flavor which many prefer "Pilate 7:30 Before p. Wednesday.Christ." Prayer Mr. Thorndyke's.Letler I

to coffee. Postixm. is more economical service. _

;" and healthful than coffee r tice.7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prac- <

Another' form. Instant Postum. Elder- W. T. Vail has been appointed i _, ', ,
) by the session to receive the ,.
; is made hot ''Upon recent occasion I visited Melbourne in with <'., Hfe..
;, by adding! water to ,_. _. pledges made for,the renovation \;1, a company'
r teaspoonful In the cup.. The the church. Please, -see him. several from this city and from Saint Cloud. From Melbourne I

drink, may be made strong or Christian Church went across the river-over which the magnificent bridge is rapidly
mild to suit individual taste:
Rev. W. H. Coleman, Pastor. being completed to what is known as Indialantic- and thVt' I was "

GROCERS EVERYWHERE, SELL BOTH KINDS 10:00 11:00 a. m.-Sunday m.-Sermon. school. greatly surprised and highly delighted goes without re-assertion. I

: a. found an area upon which there seemed not one square foot of(
?: Sermon.A "',
Mada by Bagtnm CrT9p\ ,Inc.Battle: f reds trL welcome
\ strangers. everybody-especially tf waste land and an area where it will be possible for each homeowner .

.> 't to have-a perspective of both river and high _
ocean; an area }\
St JekVs (Episcopal) Church
'. above the ;ter-level--makiDg drainage a pleasure, not a talk: an'
: r, Rev. L. K. Kirkby, Rector .
:Xsr ',:. : bra that has been planned to become a resort not only for those
," 10:00 a, m.-Church school
t.. 11:00 a. m.Divine worship, with I W, the more common walks of life; 'an area where the tincture of
. ; sermon by the pastor.
.' I.1'1.:' profiteering has been a sttrnger; an area that is bound by all laws
,,.A.. COUNTY I of supply and demand to become a most-talked of resort for the I I
winter and the summer; an area--oh, well whst's the use> I could

l p .' ,J.' ;, s 8 =+sr communication Gazette is from in Pat Johnston! tell of what that place will mean to a great section of the east

attorney for the commissioners of 4 coast a* well as to Kissimmee and all Osceola county, and fill this .
Osceola county which is self-expla- '
,, natory and is herewith reproduced: I page. I'll merely say that I was "deelighted." and let it go at that -
i ., I have noticed in the last few days &
rz ,. some bills posted in the town advertising 4 -except to add that I figure that the promoter of this place, that
the Osceola County Fair. In
man Kouen-Hoven. is working hard
so at improving the
order that the wrong impression may property
'not get out, I wish to say: that he's not had time to reckon up what he bas in his '
-,' i fair work of Osceola county grasp.
t '' for the year has been handled by "W. L THORNDYKE.
f LUBRICANT 7 r FOLKS PUT,THE CAIN Mr. Leo Wilson the county agent,
VULCANIZE and myself and our county definitely "Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette."
ti Vi decided not to put on any fair in this
county. After this decision was
reached,.at the last meeting of the '
board, a Mr. Arms came before the .o.oooOto..oo.t'O.OOtOo'oo o.OOttOO.OOOOOOOt OOOOO to0
he would like
board and' stated that I Ito
i:, 4 < f"o ,. : put on a race meet for four days i
the last of this month at the fair.
grounds. :After: some discussion, it
was agreed by the board to put the And since Mr. Thomdyke INDIALANTIC. we have been doing a few little
rto track in condition for racing; repair unimportant things .jt ;.
_ '' certain number of stalls, and let such as letting the contract for 90,000 feet of cement sidewalks and a nice little bunch of ,
t Mr. Arms have 'iise of the fair
\ grounds. Mr. Arms stated that he rutters. We have also let contract for several new home Just have to do few /
a of
would have, besides the race meet, I x these things, .
a. kind of a carnival and tractor display you kaow. .
iL1. 11TER AjJL= and things of that sort. l ..
Oseeoia makinga
As far as county I
display there that is not the case 4 -
and UTias never been and is not now YOURS JN HASTE,
our intention to have any fairwhat- ,
< ever this year. What Is being advertised ,
; ..... ', =err as the Osceola County Fair I
'h\ $i tW = will simply be a race meet and car-
'" nival display by individuals-the :
county not being responsible for and 'INDIALANJIC SALES COMPANY{
>,; I saving nothing. to. do with the mat- I t

' ' .;' 7 ter.jClndly
r see-.that this notice is put
<: ,p.. CRAwFORi, .! ", tf .!.t'wiD bnalr t'\Celd,,'.Favor- ; alai, ,Iii ycur paperl; as we do not wish the Sales Managers Kisiimmee' -:"

"" A'1'TOAT'.LAW. ,. .. 'J' ." ,. .' ," Grippe t., quicker. 'tit...) ,uytW. ;. we public to be- disappointed.Very truly yours, \ HAVENS .. R..Saen'ERNON' P./ WHITE:, ,

1' '!@LIleer t>IK;f+1, i3r.S, .,!(7 Oaeeola, c._ew.,""'"'6'...u i'...,.." ".' -..:.......,'.....t.. _._; I I ' PAT-JOHNSTON. HENmrO..: HART' ,. wQ Q

IB.. .', .uI1dni, ..j ., .,,J r I 'If '.the government's-.shipping program ,. E. G. PETTIBCWE
'. \ r.f.88poon11.'v' . ..r'J'I.OJU1)A' '. ::'Xew.'udt: !('m';*inanLVy IthV! Ukumbrella'be' is carried,6ot,tfMJ united SlaUswill' 4 '
.II.ih"- >carrle probably'.1we e* much hipptnff u y .
ts.. $'. i''ptty ,wladom t doem't"[w"OD J left"a. cotton one somewhere-Jn''Itsl in 1922 as all other''countries combined ,

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'" DENTIST THE/THOUGHT .. .CHARMINGLY DISCUSSED. ... ... 'U..., .. ..... ..... .....,I I .. .-..,........ I !."
Over the Fostoffice.orncB TANK - -

) HOURS to i<):*o, iio t. I. Under. the of' The Bird. of TO THE PEOPLE OLOSCEOLA.,000NTY! |
Residence Phone 174-> .. The Everglades, and Their Neighbor .
rif Office Phone..158Jt I The Seminotart Mrs Minnie M ore-

'. I Willson brochure has Issued 'a pretty lift!. HEAR W HEAR YE!--CITIZENS ALLOY! '
dedicated to the bird-lovers
,I Should Ejaculate, of America. The style of the work You arli"interested' in the.up iuildingof t South'. Central sans -,

f,! : BUCKMASTER i 'ONE T n OR N18 M "Florida's TheAvon.sharks Park"havt Pilot real value.says": ia texts peculiar into "pictures"-In that it ,sub-divides Its, north South, Florida in particular 'iU resource' iu products, ju 1
If I'll affil country places and cities and its, people.We ..
-ut; nt so; I feel sure! of. it. Overon it-la true,, yet so simple and plain I "
4 I've noticed the person who the east, coast some of 'em havi, that to visualize every joint mad ,believe there is nothing so productive of ,this section i '
,U always the maddeat when ae- '' .
"real value '
estate also
a and ' '
KISSIMMEEtSOSTEOPAT1 eased of aomethla'f. .. usually ., requires the student no 'effoVt; upon the part of great a factor; .in ,it* up-building; a*
Mrs Willson
1 has
: "guilty as charged? I remember -, '
information MID-WINTER
when Iwas, once accused of Find The Missing Le4ten the regarding :.
mlaappropriatlag' watermelons' Everglades; she ia intensely in TO BE HELD' AT ORLANDO FLORIDA
1 When I note in many places in earnest regarding the preservationof ,
and -I" became awfully indignantover Kiasirnmee the imprint in sidewalk bird-life; and i she Is conversant FEBRUARY 'IS, 'H, 17, 18,' 1'-1921 .

''' : OFFICE A'T"R RESIDENCE: aeeds it out even of before my ears I'd. takes the which ton" .1 says keep"Buna wondering A Sons; whatever Contras with great the fact and that ruthless each year there of I.a ia FIVE, GREAT DAyS '0'' PURE" AND' PROFITBIGGER .:

:t i Comer of Clyde Avenu j became of those other two letters. birds by visitor to that slaughter section of AND ,BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE ,:
or waa Bucut merely a' busier and Florida. Johnny Jones Greater Show.-biggest aggregation on the road
l it and Emnett Street'That's nothing more? The writer make a strong plea will be with us-once again getting ready on our grounds from i
We'd Rich * i
i .. Then Feel for the preservation of bird-life by December first until the fair its the
gates to" crowds
it 4) Llws' of sheriffs all remind us U etock la Valuable __ every blrd-Iover-and through the opens great
.- We can't do just as we'd choose; In' a Georgia town last week a brochure there Is an equally strong COIlUD .
Were we sure he wouldn't find us man his mother-in-law and a mule plea that the Seminole be free from CITIZENS OF VOLUSIA, SEMINOLE, OSCEOLA, LAKE AND ..
We'd slip out and get some .booze fell from a bridge into a swiftflowing all molestation by the people of ORANGE URGED TO PREPARE EXHIBITS, '
If' :i* stream. By adpne very ban Florida and by thosewho I .
may represent I
fiXING FORDS work upon the part of the man the them. For' years, Mrs. Will- TO SHOW AT THIS FAIR ,
mule was aaved. There was a Geor son has dwelt upon ,this topic-that W. R. O'NEAL 'J. L GILES C E.: HOWARD i) 10:
-some reason or- other judge I'm prone to assert who was a as the Seminoles were primary settlers President Treasurer Secretary "
I have a- happy hunch of values Yasaum. In the Everglade
country so
That before tempus fngits should they remain in peaceful J
'.' To any inordinate extent Of Course I Will of such area of that great possession ,
;;; I'm going to tamp Tamps-r- Says the Sanford Herald: solitude as they might select. And .__J I I
;. Our SpecialtyOf Also going to tap Tampa. Outside .capital is being she has wrought well. The little ----- ---.- - 1 ; :
r. For a Royal Rotary Breakfast attracted to Sanford. j volume ia well-worth the perusaland Eighty thousand head of' sheep I I To drive out' 'worms that are .eating
,... That will\ suffice my system ..Sure thing. Ill bet two bits the the re-reading. grace on the mountain ranges of the away the strength and vitality: A.l
q Course We Do All Varieties of Till I rotate to Kissimmee, next time I go over there on a pleas Okanogan National Forest in Wish-lot l your child use White's Cream I
'I And re-commence my daily dieting. ure trip 111 spend a dollar' 'a-half- A large bottle, made of wood !ington. There has been an abundance I 1 veirmifu it expels. the' worm*' ;
I I've always yearned a yearn or -dollar, anyway. I want to get houses[ a whole family at Pine Island of snow in the mountains,which without injury to the child. Price
Automobile Work And We Do It To see that world-noted spot some of that hair tonic that "Bob" Lake, N, IT. assures pasture for next season. 85c Sold By Roberson' Pharmacy.
I Where handsome men abound- Holl y uses. Yassum. -------------- .--.--W .
Right I Men like Perry Wall f'rlnst; "
1i 1 I've often devilishly desired Well Hardly; Not Just Now I 1
;. (ITo hear Tampa Bay the moon- The state bureau sends out the following
Or most any other old concern; advice:
i Eddie HanscII I've sobbed cause I couldn'tGo Do not urge guests to eat
to that quiet little village more than they want; it is
And pick tamales off the trees rude. Do not load the table;
No. 18 'Emmett Street Growing along upon the docks- it is not healthful.
: According to the docksology.Even Certainly it is rude; also expen-
when I.was easily able sive. My table used to be able to
To have it come by expressIn stand an "over-load," too and also; -
anti-refillable bottles but not at this time of the year
I once almost, made arrangementsWith ,with conditions as they are. It is
! w Prentis & Thomas : some other prohibitionists not only unhealthy but there_is an
I Then living in West Palm BeachTo "overhead" connected with it that is
.' trip over to Tampa bv car; almost sickening.
. But we jammed on the details.
: I, with my gentle 4isposition, Most Talented AttorneyP. Deck
i Wanted to BTO in a car PaintYn
That I could runabout rapidly A. Vans Agnew. who for twenty
If someone came along my way; years was city attorney of Kissimmee -
and Storage .. But they, firm in their belief but for the past six years has
Of that ancient honored axiom been t a resident of Jacksonville, has
"Get enough while you're getting moved from the latter city and will
Wanted to lug along: a dray enter the law practice in Orlando. For Wood, Plaster or Metal Surfaces. Easy to apply.
With a' measley chain-drive! Mr. Vans Agnew will reside in Win- '
j Chains! None f'r me, please. ter Park, but has offices at 106 Quick drying, artistic, durable, washable and economI I: ,
And so I have never went South Orange avenue. He is one of '
1 I Although I ought to of gone. Florida's best and most talented attorneys. Ical U. S. N. DECK PAINT is an extremely durable ;;

But I'm going.: : there soon. .-Orlando Reporter-Star.. I
I want to meet noted people- general purpose paint
i1. OPEN FROM Cascara Sagrada, and Aqua Pura, KISSIMMEE DELEGATES
Honorable Inhoc Signo Vinces, AT ORLANDO CONVOCATIONAt ,') 'i
7A. M. to 10 P. M. And. if possible, I would see ,
, .1: Some of those strike-leaders the recent Episcopal convoca.' For : Interior : or : Exterior : Work l'c l'cIt

a Requiescat in Pace, I think tion held at Orlando the followingwere ..
And Reduction ad Absurdum; delegates from Saint John's -
In fact. I'll take anything- chuch at Kissimrmee: Rev. L. K. '.
i Suffered For Fourteen Years That is. Ill take it once. Kirkby, W G. Hankins, Mrs. Belle dries hard overnight with a smooth, pleasing lustre ;

c. But when I make the trip Hornsby, and Mrs. G. W. Bent. As .
which withstand
lUcawood. W. Va. washing and the Most ;
.t X>r. P orce'e medicines-"Before the us* Those Rotarians must understand visitors there were Mrs. S. II. But scrubbing.!? . J'
could That I'm on a very strict diet lock, of Kissimmee, and Mrs. Con. severe weather conditions. ,
I! barfly%lk I And after eating everythingFor ard, a visitor who is so wholly .l I
amm across the several hours or so charmed with Kissimmee and all its
or. house. I sue I have to quit right there; environments that she has purchaseda : (
t.rodfor Consequently, moreover, and also. homesite and will proceed to erect ; ;
fourteen None of the gay lads there a handsome bungalow. W'.B. MAKINSONC'MPANY.(
:- yeah But Who'll do th' breakfast cooking
after taking Must take any offenceIf WAS A SUCCESSFUL ., '
; "
Dr. Pierces I'm forced to \ .. ,
,, ":; Favorite4Prescrlp. After the belt has stop been loosened. ,BASEBALL, FINANCIER . j\\ '.{.
1- , ) . 41{
: I'm commencing arrangements,
e _.. > to advices received from
tlon and Dr.
Plorce'sGolden Even at this early date,.,, Tarpon Springs the west coast base I ,, . *. .
To fuss myself 'all up;
ball aggregation has "gone to .
Medlc.lDlleo"err. But still at my very best pieces" because. it was found impossible
Some durned there \

;I together: Will think just sonovagun resembleAn as I arrive sort entirely to finance with enthusiasm concern of--that and Why man- t J Jwe
That I
with the Pleasant Pellets I can work artistic statue of War. that, enthusiasm from a limited num- ,: ;
all day and ." ber of fans.
never get tired -MRS. -
MAGGIE PERKINS, 122 Riverside And right then he'll ejaculate: In this regard M, Tillers who is a made this J ''
Drive. "Well, by. heck! fan along baseball lines, disputes the \.
" I"Sherman was right, wasn't he I" fsertion made some time by cigarette for "
.All druggists sell Favorite Proscription Yassum. ago you
The Gazette that no summer ball t .
"H and Medical Discovery. I thank you. .. .
. team in Florida had made a financial
i'ti success! Mr. Tiller asserts that when s'W!
. IIii he looked after the 'Ki aimmPe team = ,
through one Hummer that not ,
; 'THEATRE. only were ,.U bills pmmotlv paid
Iii- but that a surplus was found in the s'k
treasury at the close qf the season. :


Production .
Super-Special r s Hk

The secretary of the Chamber of +
Commerce has for some time been in aJUl '
correspondence with -tfie president ofan ?
THURSDAY JANUARY 27 Arkansas business college who is
anxious: to locate in some section of Pv Hti'CAMELS "
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Florida, and ,the latest informationfrom : ,-
the official is that he plans to i (
reach here early in the coming
PURPLE"You month-when he will look over the
grounds and weigh the advantages

of several points. &
At the present time that officialIs '
I strongjy: in favor of Kissimmee, as 1 ,r
Ii i can't afford to miss this one. In a class it is centrally located between the .

I witty( "Everywoman" and "Dr. east and Fort west Myers coasts and l is Jacksonville midway between , / : ,fit your ,cigarette de-, I' Y '

and is easily reached from many .V-x sires socompletelyyou'11'akiee' r
and Mr. Hyde.
Jekyll prosperous cities and towns. The

college in Arkansas is highly spoken they were made,':meetypur taste!:; :
of by all references as an institutionof ..
Also Clyde Cook ComedyIHE marked excellence. 'Uliiqueflavorfragrance'azid'triel! : ; l... ". i

"- DRIVE FROM MICHIGAN low-mild-bodyduetoCamels'qual. '" /

ity Texpert blend of choice Turk; ;

S. J. Hour and Henry Lueshig recently / ish and* choice"Domestic ;tobaccos'' ,E,.

arrived in their ear from Levering "are'areV l :':
i Michigan- -having .driven b tionCf'ou'wiU I; prefer the '

, I through direct from their residence ti Camel blend to either kind of tobacco'' t
r. 'f{ to find a spot where they might secure ;
Jr, homes jA modest prices. Inquiries smoked straight! .
all along the route brought '\. "
I 'a answers and information not' precisely "With Camels
you can go the limit, '
Y-r. saUd.dory-but reaching
_. Kissimmee they were greatly' attracted. C ,without tiring !your tasteTh;, ey;' ;

; inquiries They regarding commenced properties to make and ',' '.- {Jeayenounpleasant"cigaretteafter.taste ; ; ..r: ;::

.; WET FEET "BRIN8COllGHS; AND),.;COLDS, 'finally Mr ,Hoer found'what selected-what-they wished. been ;,nb unpleasant 'cigaretty.bdqrlTo ) ,:- .

t-: ..,UntUeatlrely. rldota o ugh *cold; look out- i 3ey.n.a soiirceol'danger.PERUNA .. Lake.known street 1.' the, where'. Prescott there house In a neat on get a line on why; Camels'win, -

I J-d.....+ar. .!11..-- saes k.... some residence fruit.and Mr.where Luesing thq lot purchased-contain. ; ..... ffr t;*you so coniptetel,...coippaje: > .>h'emanjf .'. f'

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'Ki5 Slltiiwtlrn 7'V 'G GAZETTE have Taken a life, entirely, innocent of the crime alleged.. GEORGE PERSONS ENJOYED'HIS .'COUNTY 4:...>DIRECTORY lMl.Bra .
nLL Those who best know Rube Allyn declare that while he was of a temperament " VACATION IN "CEO GIA B. iD.., John Chairman: HaaaHl
A. F. Baan
very unusual-and frequently'assumed a condition 'conirary to W. a. AlcCIelland l..aL. WetherlY
Published Every Friday, his ability merely for'' the sake of the ,"advertising" it might (bring him- George W.:. Persons, who, with Sheriff i..___.?...._*__rl" ft.Farmer
Mrs. Persons, has been Clerk .............John L.. OverstreetJudge
r .t t By Kissimmee Valley Guette Company, Kissiaunee, FloridaW. !>> 'it is hardly probable that he could have been wrought up to such a pitchas weeks among his old-time spending Georgia several .._...._.-.__.....T. L* 1'1,1111'. Comer

.. B. Hardy President E. G. Va.. Agnew Secretary.. to take human life He is a quaint 'character. He is clever-and he friends at Buena Vista, MoP Representative Proneoiitlnc Attorney._._-,..Milton W. R. OocJwlAAaseMor
W. L. Tk'oradyke, Editor has the ability for monolog work that will interest the largest audience for trie, and Waycross, ia now at homo Collector......:..,...-...J William C. I.U arbar Bandy
and -
an extended time. He ,is a writer capable of scorching those'with whom he devoting' his timeao his "DollarLimit" Supervisor of R'--tratlon.' '
Subscription Rateat, takes differences; and he has quaint of writing that has made a establishment. Mrs. Persons 1. dgar._ __Dr_ Kate
.' On Copy One Year._.. ...._____._._:;______.._____._.__..._...___,__.._illoo: reader up declare that "Rube-w., a way his fa extending her'.visit with friendsin Superintendent. '.of School.C.. :E.TO""ln"
On Copy Six Months.. .....___...________.._.......___..._.....________.. 1.00 nulty. .Yet., notwithstanding this, Savannah. Mr.- Persona .is now Justice .of Peace- "
One Copy: Three Months.__..._.__...__...............___...___.____.r..__.....-._.. -fifl is too mild a character to inflict rnonalenlury; upon a fellow-being under any more firmly than ever Impressed ---v.VTciTnrn.nn: ' '-.
with the excellence of Kissimmee CITY DlelICCTOBYMayor
ordinarycircumstances.- This is the general belief.
the Po'itofflce at Kl..lmm.. Florida. as .econd-cl mitur.) and Oseeola county and declares ----------------.1.. __ > B. Cadet.
. < (Entered at The crime committed was, 'an awful one--and naturally awakened a that ('.. "' 1 .
while he "was aome.fed on I I t'realdentR'llowardyal.
up" M. M. Breaker
All communication. except 'from our authorlmd correspondent Taunt be feeling for immediate 'reprisal; 'and it is the general desire that the murderer all the good things of Georgia he is A. a. Gilbert
Itrned" by the writer shall be apprehended and punished in accord with the laws of the perfectly' willing to remain' here and Cats J. W. Thompson L",
Rejected. matter will not be returned unl oean..d for. Clerk ___.__' _--']. R. OllbertTTrwMurar'
1 state. Circumstantial evidence, however is all that has thus far been adduced take whatever may be provided. I ..,?-_-.J. Z. Roberaon,

' For 'lfii Advertising;: : in, the case against Allyn-and thus far the. amount of evidence is. Subscribe for >' Gazette Thief Attorney of Pollre--- __u__Lewis Floyd! O'Or'lln Tleon
THEAMERICANPRES3ASSOCIATION ; "'"''' ''' *">p p ''* a .
insufficient, to convict him of ,the crime. In.n justice there should be the -- taI -
closest i investigation of every incident leading up to and surrounding, ; the'' :
FRIDAY_ ,JANUARY 21, 1921 tragedy; and until such evidence shall be beyond successful contradictionthere
es e e thousands of the friends of the 'eccentric publisher who will ..

WHAT ABOUT A COMMISSION GOVERNMENT? maintain; he is innocent of the murder.It I When In Doubt

is to be hoped that the assailant of the murdered man be fuond and I' " I
VERY little interest seems to be expressed regarding! a suggestion from friendship between the man who lies dead and the publisher now incarcerated : : f. *

f made some weeks since looking toward a discussion of making Kissimmee :; but it has not been asserted that any new and recent event I '

{ a city to be handled completely by a commisaion government and .specially- has transpired which would have provoked a fresh feeling of antagonism. Call Central Store
selected manager-although at the same lime there is a general sentiment There have been times in the past when Allyn felt sufficiently goaded no i | ,Drug

personally expressed by each 'tax-payer questioned, that such a plan wouldbe doubt, to have committed such a crime as has recently taken place; but
excellent "if the right men could be chosen to fill the post of commis- those things were of the past and not to be reckoned with any great weightin

I era" That point seem to be the only objection raised to such a change in the immediate present. The prescription from your physician means much to ,
municipal affairs It is to'be hoped that the assailant of the murdered may be found and
'; An effort was made several yean ago to adopt a new charter which, convicted; and it is the hope also, that the convicted man may not be you-and those who are being cared for. We use the utmost r1R,.. .

. would have for its chief aim such a form of government, and there was a Rube Allyn. precaution" i in every case to provide the purest' and

spirited contest when the matter of adoption came for the final vote. The best of ingredients-and we carry practically, every needed

truth ii that the charter presented for consideration was presumably weighted WILL PRESIDENT HARDING "SWEAR OFF>" variety. We'd like to demonstrate to you our accuracy
down by 'those who hall some selfish end to serve, who lacked confidencein
and ?
May we
other people, or who feared that some complete overturning of all.past TREMULOUSLY the entire world stands awaiting the outcome of the promptness.

actions by the many administrations might bring to light some things that one great question of the day. It has nothing to do with the League of
preferably would be better if they were not exhumed. Consequently when Nations--nor does it touch upon the anti-Semitic propaganda which is deluging -
charter for final it died in the the is in clever Of course we carry a complement of all drugstore accessories ,
the proposed was brought out disposition the world with fear that after all. Jew ruling a man-
t ballot-box unrecognized by its friends and unapplauded by its enemies. ner the entire regime of the United States. The query is of far greater --and the best are none too good for our patrons.P. .

I Conditions in Kissimmee have changed since that time; have altered interest than either of those minor points. Miss Lucy Page Gaston. ol S.Our box-candies are very high-grade.

and improved in numerous ways. There is, apparently, a greater desire for Chicago, inquires with all the palheticness of her tremulous and intense
future growth and improvement than before. There are the more readily nature of President-elect Harding if he will cut out the use of cigarets.

recognized possibilities for becoming a greater and a better and a more Upon his direct reply hang all the laws and the profits.
important city-a municipality where the scope would be broader, where Miss Gaston makes her request t in this regard rest largely upon the Central Drug Store
conditions would be more in line with other cities which have been suc- "example to the youth of the land' the upgiving of the practice would :i

cessful.: Those who take a careful view of Kissimmee-- disregarding things bring about. Still there have been a great many people who were not I 3
. that have passed and deleting conditions which have not tended to com addicted to the simple habit-yet the "example" hardly failed to de.ter;; | 104 BroadwayDay
plete success will admit all this; yet still there will arise that bugabooof those who desired to'smoke.. Julius Caesar. Solomon Shakespeare Charles
"if the right men could be selected as commissioners; if so a change the Second McKinley. Noah Webster Bobbie Burns Whittier. Tennyson. 41 PHONES Night 21 "

would certainly be beneficial. Napoleon George Washington and several others, were reckoned among ,
r It is unjust to Kissimmee to have an imputation that a commission ol those who never dallied with the cigaret. On the other hand nearly every !l

three men could not be found whose loyalty could be and would be without great writer and author of the present day-regardless of sex,-loves the I 4-W W"fl 0"0"* "0"C" "fr<"><>*>fr4<"fr < 9
jt question ; and it is equally unjust to assert that a board of five could not cigaret. Nine in every ten newspapermen and newspaperwomen use them ..
'- be named who would devote their best energies to devising a charter of -and Harding is merely an ordinary newspaperman honored to the .Nth

," excellence to submit to the people for consideration. The Gazette feels i : :: ; : :
that five broadminded and fair-minded men could be easily located who degree.The "example"part of this proposition is silly. If Lucy would be frankin

t would be able to take from other charters such sections as were suited to the matter she would say that if she can successfully hornswoggle Hard t-
Kissimmee's need and work the whole into a document that would possess ing into a declaration that he will never touch another one of the little SPECIAL JTTTRACTIONCasino
+1 much merit ; and the matter would then be placed before the voters anxiousto peace-producers; if she can induce him to declare "I hereby solemnly resolve -
have a city more up-to-the-moment. I'll never touch cigaret-but oh the good times I have had. I never
Then, if the measure was endorsed, in place of having the form of never can forget." she will have some stuff! to take along with her when- Theatre

government which has so long been in use and in which in so many cases ever she goes to lecture about the horrid things.It ..
the responsibility of adverse conditions is shifted about as the winds may may be possible the next president will smoke cigars now that he
blow would be put in vogue the form of city government which is proving can the better afford it; but it is money against marbles that he will neverfonakel Saturday, January 22, 1921 ,

in ninety percent of the cases where it has been adopted a great success.From the cigaret practice-even to win a smile from Lucy.. _ ____
u u
n the people would be chosen the commi..ionera--one new man being HUTCHISON'S MUSICAL REVUE
'', chosen each year-the power of recall being always vested in the electors. WOMAN'S LIFE SAVED I held at Tampa February 3 to 12, arrangements -
The commissioner would engage the city m.n.ger-by whom all posts BY PROMPT ACTIONOF having? been made to Pretty Girls
';id the city would be filled. If- the manager is unable to produce results TWO SPECTATORS various show not breeds.less than This 2,000 has chickens necessitated of-

he is replaced. It makes a centralized head of the city-and enables every I the erection of additional build Singing -:- Dancing
result good or bad to be I located upon the right man. It means a better'inent More extensive :details .have been ings and the purchase of 1,000 addi- (
of all conditions-and it means after the first year a lessening of expenses. received regarding the accident tional coops.
through which Mrs Arthur Donegart Among' the new buildings on the PICTURES ALSO
The form of government may be the better understood by this
nearly lost her life at Eau Gallic grounds behind the Tampa Bay hotelis
tabulation form given below: when the car she was driving broke that to be devoted to the 'exhibit Douglas Fairbanks in "The Lamb"
hJ from her control ran through the from Mexico which has been arranged -
bridge railing and'overturned in .the for display in Tampa 'and
; r J ,'rtTHE;, : :EC> PLE: :i( creek-burying her and Mr. Doneganin Italy and which will be shipped to Comedy, "Dynamite"ONLY
about six feet of. water. Tampa from. Tampico. An exhibit
& .-. : Two cadets at, the Kentucky Mili- from the Dominion of Canada will g
1. I tary school were on the bridge when also be a pleasing feature. Other : PICTURES : IN : AFTERNOON .
the mishap took place, and they new buildings have been erected and
promptly jumped into the water and additional improvements made on i
,, tendered what relief was possible, the grounds. Prices at Adults 35 & Children
6 ", and when ropes were quickly broughtand Members of Ye Mystic Krewe of ; ,
M the car lifted so that Mrs. Done- Gasparilla are preparing for another iI I

'I I Kan brought was her free out they and dove to shore.under With and brilliant ple Nobles appearance of the and Mystic Egypt Shrine Tem-, I :::::::::iO:::::::: ::::::,: K::::::. A

., ') the aid of other cadets they gave the will stage the most brilliant street
unconscious woman first aid, and pageant and initiation ceremonial -- ,- -- --- -- - -, -- . - -
.. ; I COMMISSION OF THREE I ,had nearly cleared her lungs of water yet presented by the great order .
; bv the time the physicians reached south of the Ohio river. Another, C?'
the spot. notable feature will be the annual e
,. Those who saw' the work done by I Rotary Press breakfast given by the
i .. 1 the cadets Robert Sanford and T. J, Tampa Rotary Club to newspaper
v -,'.,! .. Smith, .feel l positive they are in line editors and distinguished writer visitors. -
for a Carnegie medal for the part "Have You Heard The
x, I. CITY MANAGER I Ia they took in saving Mrs. Doneganwho The fair and carnival will be complete -
!.girt. : would have perished but for in every feature, all will be in .
LT ; '. I I- their promptness and cool-headed- readiness for the opening on Thursday '
,jtfi. ness. February 3.

; +A I j I I .I.I.J. AFTER '-LINGERING ILLNESS Relief Bill 1." Senate >-

Cif; ..J. ;FINANCE II POLICE .-WATER II STREETS I I SANITATION I E. 'F. COLLIER- PASSES ON. "Have urged Interstate Commerce Latest Mrs. Jones"d

,. Commission to give Florida growers
"; ; I'I'ai.I : 1 I 1 Isi I Following over an a illness period that of has several extended relief' from high transportation ,

:' ,+ ai.I.Et months J3. F. Collier, aged sixty-five, senate charges a and''also bill to require introduced a reductionin in the
401 Bass street.
died at his home, "
rates. Will l do all I
Tu Asiessor Sup't Sup't Wednesday afternoon at five-thirty, The above can.from Senator
Chief message ,
01 Sanitary leaving a wife two daughte.Mn.T. ,
'S -
Ta Collector Water Monroe' Park Trammell was received byJDr.J.
1! ConstrueInspector; J. Woodall and Mrs.
Police II. Rosa, president of the Exchange
brother rel-
{ Works Jion and Thomaa-and a aa near .
!Cigperk in the
reply message
., brother, John W. Collier
L :Auditor PolicemenlID b.Inl Repairs physiciank ath'" The called from Brewster, F1or(. which he sent the senator, in company
,' > impeder Teams Ida.,-on Tuesday; fearing' the end was with messages' to other members And when Mrs. Jones told Mrs. Smith she had not. her .
of Florida' in
- near at hand.Deceased representation informant/ replied:
"r.' .. l.: ,The Gazette believes that now is the proper time to:take this matter had been a resident or congress., Senator Trammell'a prompt action .

,IT.? D aW. '\ ves, also, that there deserved ill-criticism to ,be'cast Florida for circle some of fifteen..friends.Funeral years. and. IIn I I introducing the bill which he "Well you can buy Arbuckle Coffee at the CUT-PRICE
a :upon, the, men who 'have been, working so steadily! I in the' interests of the had a'large services were held from mention has given added impetus GROCERY for 25c the pound aid with other .goods
.l f ****. The suggestion herein is not intended in cast aspersions to the move for lower rates, in the you
any way to; the residence yesterday aftert
officials of the can get five pounds of Sugar for 45c. Think of
the opinion of Exchange, that I Five'pounds
it is of the
'1. ,apoa present regime; made at this time,merely.'because'it'appearsIpJba noon at 4hree-tMrty in charge
%b general sentiment that a commission form of government would beth Masonic fraternity., and 'Interment" who express necessity the for hope the that readjustment the absolute of Grits or Meal for I8c; and Fine White Bacon at

."' better! for the city. ". w.. mad.-at-Rose Hill cemetery. which I. requested will be so apparent 25c the pound; and three pounds of Rice for 25c; and ..' '.

:".',," 4 t Brief comm Dlc.tloDf.lon8 this line are' asked and1I'be I"' given due BASKETBALL PLAYERS that favorable action on the bill lard at & a, pound. Of course you have to pay cash and -
!i rprominence in the order in which' be received. in question will follow. / ,
they may WILL GO ,TO BARTOW carry home the goods, but see how cheap, just wonderfully'! \ '
'.1' Hear Of Brother's Death
; l \ Plana have been completed for thi cheap you can get Groceries at this store I I"
/ THE SORRY CASE OF RUBE, ALLYN basketball teams to visit Bar .
W' l two Mrs. M. .. Wright and Mrs. Josie
."'1' tow on Saturday of next week when Alexander, who are making their
.J .- t'H* the wild scramble .for "news" there are too many publications there will' \be another double-header' home at the residence of Mr. and 1
; which", without intention of doing so. will carry a line or a paragraph which between th\ teams which contested Mrs.' F. A. Bogue, of 219 Mabbette
last Friday evening; in Kisshnmea street Monday received the... sad in.
far toward
. may go a accusation of a suspected man. The'suspecti It is the dcsV-e of the school that as telllfrence of -the death of a brother
hmjself may give expression to a few words which may tend to emphasize many "roote aa may be possibleshall which occurred at Vandalia, Michigarrr -
(fo( 'what:.ha re been mere suspicions-and the public may place a wrong conception be fn Bartow on that eveningto Their only remaining brother
.,. ',; "l upon the utterances and thereby. jeopardize the reputation or the make things come. Ki slmmee. fa visiting; at some' point in Mississippi
) Jil..or. defendant wards. The local players are malting and communications were for

"' i+\i r There i i. the case of the erratic publisher, wanderer entertainer-Rube upon preparations that occasion to, make and a a gala winning tim*, the indisposition time impossible.of the visitors Because-of it was the CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY j .
1 Ally-under suspicion of having murdered manjjwith whom he had I.
.i- a not anticipated. found impractical for either of the .
",y t ,Allyntisassuming: of' terms for several years. ,All,. is in jail-and, Mrs. TAMPA PROMISES MUCH sisters to go north to attend the PHONE 141 c. 422. BROADWAY
'-M' ,' the obsequies. ,
; responsibility issuing' they magazine-which was ROTAIUANSJTampa Oat of Town Orders Given Prompt Attention.
*:l' :;:" tat nfwldd by h" htubaed. Many assertions have been, in the shirt} :_:t'. ,'l FOR; STATE'' A good habit ia to have a covered QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS ;
:", :r- L *gj the.accumulated; evidence that has seemed ,to\point toward/Alryn -- January 20The"-.teat kettle into which scraps of fat cane ;
: .. show ever held in the south to be dried oot''twice
; ud ko. intense ,was thefeelingwhen the.Victim ,was found poultry dropped aweek.
,0n&.t' Ice .ed, and conservative preachments "' mob law is promised by. the poultry depart Strain and boil with a few.
Prevented meat of tJae'South'Ortda: Faire t slices of Irish potatoes to remove ,I .
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WOOD! 'WOOD! WOOD! JUDGMENT A hfoLLnr"1JUDGE GOES TO' JACKSONVILLE NOTICE OF REMOVAL ever before.. 1 ask a continuance fmy' '

r' jiiIoriwEcKI I Phone 112.JR.' Grave. 49-tf ANDREWS DECLARES TO ATTEND GRAND LODGE farmer! trade, and solicit all new

Casino'Shoe Shop new open., ,I have changed my location front work 'in the line of sign and orfcamental -
I' Because Lewis" O'Bryan, city at. Sam L. Lupfer: Jr., left on Monday my Broadway place,. add may now painting' which may be 'need
A much-needed ahonr"feU Friday torney desiredjto'clear himselfof for Jacksonville, where he'rep- be found at ray new location across ed-,In this and adjoining counties.. In
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD" ]' evening! -greatly to the advantage' of the charge' "sleeping upon his resents Orange Blossom Lodge, Free the alley from the rear of the Katz every case I guarantee complete sat
Phone, 112. Ross Graves 49-tf the "crops now coming on, rights: as "was current when' the and Accepted $ .onl, at the grand store Here I shall have more op. isfactlon at prices as'conservative as
w,. Casino Shoe. ,, Shop now, ,open On'all. highway leading from Kis judgment of $75,000 default was en- lodge. During His absence his placeon portunity to display my work,. and it is possible' to make., '
ti Miss Gertrude Allen of Washing- simmee may be seen many tracts- tered in the case of I Maloney-Lupfer the postal delivery route will be can the .more readily turn out better ERNEST L. GREEN,
ton. D. C.. is guest of, Miss E. L- some of them of considerable acre Company,''versus The,City of Kissim filled by Ulel Woodall., i results ,at a more rapid rate than K-3tc "Painter of Everything. .. ,
I mee, he asked that an order issue .
age-being in condition
;Wenner and Miss H. K. put. perfect
: Sawyer.Born for from the judge' of the seventeenth
fA' : ,To Mr. and, Mrs, Vernle crops.Try JudicIAl'' district, In compliance with t
i, B....,' 119, Brack street Thursday our Chase. Sanborn' coffee. this request the t' "order 'of court"
January 20, a son weighing six and On. pound makes you a customer was- forwarded. to the county clerk
__ one-half undo 'and II daughter I Waters Carson Grocery'Company: .:.and was duly entered. The follow"
weighing,five and one-half pounds I A very successful 'social evening ing Is'a copy of the.document!
,t If you wish the best plain flour on"was passed at the Chapter House "This cause coming on to be heard "
the market, .phone U.. We have it.l when the women of the Pre.byterlanchurch upon motion of Lewis O'Bryan;, one ANNOUNCINGKATZ'S
,WaAers &: ,Carson Grocery Company!>> were in charge of the pro of the attorney 'for the defendant
i' 'Bornt.* On Wednesday-January 19, gram on Tuesday, evening.. City of Kissimmee, and ,it appearingthat -
i to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McMahon a I II AGAIN 'default. was Improperly entered -
daughter-Ruth Elizabeth. Weight f you, wish satisfactory service giveus by the clerk of the court of .
I eleven) pounds. your orders before nine in themorningT Osceola' county on the following alleged
grounds 'For want of plea,
-or three In the afternoonfor
''I/ The turning on of water the '
on answer, or demurrer, on the January -
quick delivery. Waters ACarson
41 .4; city park through the night hours is
Grocery Company. rule day, 1921; and it further ap
: ,bringing back somewhere near nor, pearing from the records therein
.r h mal the greenness which proves atI There is now talk of commencingI that the said rule day was properlythe
the curb-market in
tractive. a manner
I IH. 'appearance day for the reason'
C. Stanford and B. C. Miller,will present a loge showing of the that the declaration therein had been, C
made a, trip to Sanford on Tuesday i products which are in daily demand filed on December 14, 1920 and the .
I of private business. by the housewives who like to secure defendant had duly appeared therein, .
Neither eatables direct from the farm. It is -
man would declare himself which appearance was on file and!
1 than to "We looked probable that within a brief time the defendant would h.velntll Feb
-more say: over \
.,: the celery fields." such an institution will be flourish- ruary rule day in which to plead;

1 ,J. C. Daughtrey, of Marion Indi-1 i I Ing.The "It is therefore
. ana, has arrived in Kissimmee and Sunday afternoon concert by: "Ordered that the entry of default Animal Sale ,
r, .. ''proposes to spend the remainder of the Kissimmee' Concert band Was enjoyed therein be, and the same is, declared January
the season' here. He la gwaUy by an immense throng and it a nullity: and of no force and effect 41
t t. pleased with the city. He is making might be observed that better order and the clerk of the circuit court of
I was preserved throughout the entire
Osceola county is hereby directed to
y his home at 115 Park street. !(
r! j('I program. The medley of religiousairs expunge the same from the records."
Mrs. C. S. Crowder dressmaker, was remarkable for. its sweetness The copy of the plaintiff carries
" ; respectfully solicits the patronage of -and the audience was most appreciative the notation "exception noted."
the ladies of Kissimmee at .her home, .'
i Dr. Carson dairy farm Vine street. 'I Mrs. Keros Johnson left Kissimmee BOYS LOSE TO BARTOW BEGINNING
Beading braiding and embroidery. on Saturday to join her 'husband BUT GIRLS ARE WINNERS

6-ltc Jacksonville. where she will make '.
Several parties of hunters have her residence. For many years this Unless the boys basketball team
been looking! over the southern por- city has been the home of >Jr. and plays a keener game in the future 25
tion of Osceola county during the Mrs. Johns \/ Mr. Johnson beingbrother than in the past they will not be TUESDAY JANUARY
past few days-and have returned of Captain Clay Johnson, one-two-three with their sister team : .
with some fine specimens. One party and the two hays many friends here -and the Osceola high will have to ,
brought in two handsome deer-and who will regret their removal. depend for fame wholly upon the-
others have equally good luck. |I Citizens are awaiting anxiously sex recently enlra chlsed. There Isa ,
Jack Sparling who has purchased for the opening of the new lumber- lack of pep or zio) or teamworkor
a residence on Main street, on Tues- yard in Kissimmee. And in the meantime something: of that sort-else they
day removed all his furniture from autos are driving into the city would bring back something when ,
the block recently purchased by the carrying small lots of lumber upon the girls bring back the bacon.
Merchants and Farmers Bank of each side of the car bought at some I Last Friday evening as the rain SATURDAY JANUARY 29
Kissimmee to his new home wherehe distant point, and secured to make, Tell and the cool wind whistled on
is now established. minor repairs upon buildings already the local grounds the boys lost to ,
the Bartow team by a score of 11 t*
man haa been "seeing constructed.
to 21. Two players ill-but
snakes this week in the window of There are still noted !about the were _
the substitutes hard work
'I put in ;
the Central drugstore-even though city a number of automobiles of yet the visitors proved
"many man" has resembled a sand- Various kinds carrying a license tag Foes. The of the Kissimmee v
farm' that has been without irrigation of 1920. There ,are other cars that' players was Graham and Sears, for-
for many moons. In this case bear no license tag. There are also I '
five will offer
the real snakes. I I wards; i Campbell jumping 'centre During these days we Standard
objects were some; cars that have never had a with Chapman substitute' in second
George M. Taylor of the Palace tag affixed to them. It would appear -I half; McKay and Bullock, guards
Grocery, was confined to his bed the that there are some opportunities -I I And it was during the same rain Merchandise at price levels which are the
early portion of the week-and was for the payment of fines for the that the gills team goose-egged the "

pronounced seriously ill. With his neglect shown. visitors during a hard-fought struggle lowest in months. :
i indomitable will-power .however, he There is still a severe need for a < winning by a score of 27. The many
+ succeeded in "pulling through' In laundry in Kissimmee where family local forwards made a splendid
nice shape and has since been pro- washings may bv' done at a flat rate showing-Percy Oliver scoring seven
nounced out of danger. 'of a reasonable price per field goals and her sister Ruby Oliver t

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Carpenter There are several cases scoring six. Edit McLean, See Hand Bills For Descriptions and Prices
whose home is in Lima, Ohio, have where a "pound rate" is being pound'1 lumping centre, Thelma Sutton running i
been several weeks in Kissimmeeas to families precisely four centre and Jo Makinson and ,,
has been their wont for the past rates made by Jacksonville Emily Sanderson, guards, completedthe
several l years-and on Monday wentto a few years ago-merely because of lineup.Following.
Saint Petersburg, where they have a lack of competition. the termination of the
secured apartments for another : -- games the Bartow visitors were en-
? v month. Mr. Carpenter is a retired BEWARE TRAMP PRINTERS tertained at refreshments, and a KATZ.S Stf
w" railway conductor-and is now resting -, WHO'LL ROB THE OFFICE general social ensued.
upon his oars and having tho The girls team of the Osceola high
time of his young life. | Monday night a tramp printer- was presented by the Central Pharmacy \
Genuine Osceola county grown said he was a printer-drifted into with a splendid five-pound .
rice is being sold at the store of R. Kissimmee with the same old story box of choicest confectionery-agree- KISSIMMEE
S. Floyd-and those, who have used of "couldn't find a job." Said he had able to a promise made the players
It pronounce it superior to any been' at Plant City.: ",Said he had should they be successful in makinga ,
brought Into the stale. In appear. been at Tampa. Said he had picked winning..' ti ..
.,4. .. ,; ance it Is inferior because there Is up a half dollar at Lakeland, but HIGHGRADE-.SHOWINGS a ;
1"# .. more of the nutritious element left from that point to this city said he
".a:... ...rCY the,.kernel, and Jfcehlgh polish could find nothing. He was loafing BILLED FOR CASINO
.o frequently demanded by those about the city at eleven o'clock that M"h
who do not know is missing from night. Tuesday morning the editorial Patrons of the' Casino are fast a
the home-grown product. desk in the office of The Gazettewas recognizing the superiority of the .
rifled matters were sorely disarranged presentations II at the> Casino over
call attention
The Gazette would again -
what has been the custom-a factpossible
drawer in the desk
every 1
to the fact that its columnsare
because of the connections
torn nine of those, high-
to all, accounts of social was up,
open which maintained between the
matters, and that reports priced cigars that come' wrapped in are ,
local showhouse and an organizationof
tinfoil taken, ditto several
telephone ,
handed in or communicated by -
nationally-knewn and recognized
packages of cigarets, ditto some
I prior to noon of each Thursday -
and distributors. No bet-
small change, ditto some postagestamps producers
] ; Each social affair augments
ter presentations be made
and ditto a high-priced foun- can any-
t the importance of Kissimmee, and where in this than what
country has
tain with "W. L. Thomdyke"engraved
-f those entertaining will confer a mu- pen .
I in white letters on the bar- been engaged for the Casino-and 1R1Ef
tual favor by furnishing The Ga- ) I
rel. Tuesday morning, also, the the bookings are now very complete.To .
rette with complete details of each tramp was absent. Another man illustrate this point ft might be
event. well to take the bookings for a week,
gone wrongIso away.. commencing on the even date of
this publication-Friday. Today is '
. Charles Ray in "Redhot Dollars," Detroit Vapor Oil 5'fova .
REWARD! with a Sunshine 'comedy, "Pals and :
: "]SIDMANGear Petticoats." Saturday evening there < ,
has been secured Hutchinson's Musical -
.. _
j Revue, a melange of clever singing )
Havana Cigar MY, WHITE; POINTER GYP NEAR dancing, and merry-making bya I "
KENANSVILEE ABOUT. TWO dozen or more performers-mostly NothingBetterEverCrneOverthePike: :
girls-in .a special bUl; added to
t' : 10'cents each WEEKS AGO AND BROUGHT HER which will be Douglas Fairbanks in 1 s. t ,

; TO KISSIMMEE KINDLY WRITE "The Lamb,"'' and the comedy of . .
OR PHONE ME? LIBERAL. RE- "Dynamite." ", ,.. .
I FOR SALE .AT Monday evening there will be a
special feature of "Dr. Jekyll and . :
WARD.E. Mr. Hyde," a noted presentation, ;
R bBrso 's Pharmacy Followed by a Sennett comedy .-
" .
205 HARWOOD AVE, PHONE 676 "Love's False Faces." Tuesday will . ; .

t 6.ltz ORLANDO, FLA. be that prime favorite Margruite J, >J
,Clark, in "The Girl Named Mary,"
t ___ and a comedy-'"Simp and Satin." j ,. 31*
; # .Wednesday presents the dainty Dorothy -.. "
t! ,_ Gish in "Mary Ellen Comes to ,
Town," and an Arbuckle comedy w r .. ..
"The Garage." Then to complete .... "
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1 SPECIALATTRACTION ; the week will be another special feature ...... "

on 'Thursday, "Deep Purple" .
with a Clyde Cook. comedThe .
Huntsman. .
.JL. : : A glance over the list already , .... "". :
": booked shows many fine features- .........
Jan 24 such as "The Dancing Fool" a plcurlzation -
< y. of.the famous story in the .
; Saturday Evening Post; "What's '

Your Husband Doing?" "The Sea ,. "
Wolf," "Why Change Your-WiTe1 \ "

: j, DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. I "Soldiers leading Burke, "On Widow of Fortune"With" The featuring Dance""The Billy Mia.and: The Best Eats In the World can be Prepared on ,

a host of others. The Casino is making -
You have all read the book. Npw good with .higbclaaa productions..

; the realization is offered in plc- Wanted: Large clean .cotton rags t The Red Star Stoves I ::v) :

at !'he.Gazette'office.. J tf "
; ,: tures., Everyone should see' ,. .'.-" J" '.,

this, fanlous.. G -e4ced' proposition for a' man '. For1Ie' byOSCEOLA "' !! v' , '; ,

IT'S WONDI3REUL'? of and initiative County .

j'....\.. _. ,. . . and representation energy practical proposition desired. A; legitimate will not ': ,HARDWARE/ COMPANYi : fist

"THE LOST CITY" Interfere with employment.Write ., "
'f ALSO present isw .r T .
: ,+ t.i
J for paruenlars to Favorite .
7 ;
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' Manufacturing. Company Tamps. .i ..... ,. .:.::: y ya
'!S".' Florida. I-q .:-,'; !,. .. ." I,
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YOUR. \ .
. :'j Wanted-. Large. clean cotton rags
l : .t ,...:ti'U ... i ...t.h" r. f .r.. .. ..,u'.TN, .Gaetto u office tf 'I '- .
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I tlx -'. THE .KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY, CAunE..fJUDAY.JANU. RY, .21, 1921 I
I I ADon't
.... .. . '
.. .. .. . . . .. .:.............. "'............."" ..." .",, I," ..... . GREAT, FIGHT I I ale used;- for "by this mean every Yon Forget Chamberlain'sTablets It. ''
GETTING A. one has "an even breald" There Bear in mind that
,FOR NEXT .HALF DECADE will be/ a brass band at each sale-so "' ndt only move the bowels! '*
-- that all attending will be 'well-enter. but improve, the appetite and
The Kissimmee 'greatest"fight that Florida tained in that line; and with two strengthen the digestion. They, contain .
ahead of it for the next five GOOD START auctioneers on the.stand at the same no pepsin .or. other Digestive
is the complete eradication of time there will be a lively afternoon ferment but strengthen tbe'stomach
cattle tick. The last door through when the sales and enable It to
are on. \* perform ;its Junes.
; Commencing : cattle from tick fever areas DAY Complete details will be given in tions naturally: -_< '
go out has been closed., The the next issue of The 'Gazette-in. "
livestock board has shut I eluding the day and date 'of the first In certain ,parts of Russia mail l[ is
WEDNESDAY JANUARY gates leading through 'New Or-> .- ,sale and all needed particulars.. Pre carried by buffaloes. This animal is '
effective February 1. Georgia of .his ')
aumably the sales will commence picked for the' service because
rl ? : Alabama have already put up Red-Blooded Men aad Women Are very late this month or 'during ,the very flat'' feet, 'which enable,blm' to ..
"keep out" sign. Florida then Up aad Doing Bright and Early early days of February. "'. travel where horses would sink ___-_ ,;
And Continuing Four Days no movement for its cattle for _ -' -,-- -+-- .
.. or otherwise, than of chas FREE YOUR BLOOD FROM POISON _..-
': its droves about the state, and! :

; THREE; DAYS OF HORSE-RACING AND ONE also to men sell what within they the buy.state. within who Take Pepto-Manfan----,' the Famoo- -: Seed Potatoes'

f DAY OF AUTO AND MOTORCYCLE RACING states. -, Blood Tonic Prescribed ByP.ysiciui .'/ 71
cattle tick cannot be eradicat- for 30 YearsSluggia SPAULDINGS No. 4 ROSE. EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPH ... *
y ; The management' of the Ki immee Fair has secured a so long as cattle are permitted to IRISH COBBLERS ;rf:'
bunch of Grand Circuit Horse, which will arrive on Sunday at largeand unherded over. the )", blood clogged with pois- -
areas of this state. It is foolish ons makes lazy. You never fee We are fortunate in our contracts which male it possible to .n
also been entered large number of you
Monday. There have a round a herd and dip it today '
up like retting up In the mo.rninlA"/: quote lowest 'market PRICES. '!
Poniei-tome of the owners declaring they are going to carry turn it out fof wandering at will\ when do get you.milia that '
,1 ; the spoils. All cow ponies are eligible and welcome, as there : herds which never have been feeling!you of refreshing up rest You fee It will pay you to get our price before buying, and our..

be a race every day for them. : will not, unless forced be dip more tired than when you went to QUALITY before planting. "

Fast from Cincinnati to Daytona Beach have Cattle tick'eradication and wars the bed. After a good night's Bleep you Our SEED POTATOES are the highest. quality MAINE.CROWN,
auto racer range are antipodal. One
'; entries and there promises to be the most exciting races ever : the other. If tick eardication is alive should, renewed get up, with refreshed.And a spring. feeling selected especially for seed. ,..

nessed in this section of the country. Four counties have : succeed, range pasturing must go, you would too. if vour blood Send for FREE CATALOGUE, and SEED SPECIAL, giving '-.

in the Motor-Cop Races Osceola Orange Polk, and }- : vice principles versa. of the Florida No- were full of red .corpuscles.* You REVISED PRICES on new crop SEED BEANS PEAS RED SEAL .

--each of the entrant claiming he will take the honor League are plainly expressed: complexion would look fresh, your TOMATO, and CUCUMBER SEED PEPPER, etc. j
eyes bright and clear would
; Scott' Greater Show will furnish all amusements for the : are clean-cut, and they are feel the warm tingle of ;Rood you health. We carry all the leading and standard varieties of seed that. "1

r It i is a clean-cut, up-to-date show in every. respect, and carries : that against no honest the real man interests can say of Look to vour blood if you have have been tested and known to be adapted to our soil and climate. .'i
are that lazy: heavy feeling in the morn- SEED OATS RYE. VETCH. RAPE eta ""
'+ state or individuals. As ex
BIG BRASS BAND : any Ing.! Begin taking Pepto.ManJl'an- -- -1
in a resolution adopted The planting is at hand. Our information service .
prac- the ideal tonic. It has blood building season near i
; nat Will Furnish Music for The Eatire Fair : a No-Fence year ago the League object is of thus the properties that pick up up and give is free.. Call on us for any information on your crops you might .\\1

FRIDAY JANUARY 28 you strength. think we can supply.OLDEST .
: Pepto-Mangan is widely and heart- .
_i1 ; Will Be Klutmmee Derby Day; and tic Same Day Will Be "Cl is the League intention to of the forward Florida ily endorsed by physicians. It is effective AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA -:'
ren's Day" if the School Cart to Close for The Eatertain. the enactment of a bill by the in ana both easy liquid to take.and tablet It is form prepared E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY J
legislature to prohibit the run-
Both have
L.. EVERYBODY WILL BE WELCOMET. at large of live stock, to be- erties. N same prop- 202-206 E. Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida

operative January 1, 1923, by Sold at drug But be .
A. ARMS, Manager ... vote of the people, and sure! you get any the genuine fitore.Pepto-Man- HY-TEST SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS' \
: a provision that any gan-" ude'II." Ask for it hv the full
.o oooooooo oo ooo ooooo ooooo.. or part of a county, which name and be sure the full name, -
not want to be included within "'Cude Peplr>-M' ngan," is on the = -= order fertilizer i /
---- operation of the law, may, by a package(Adv.) BIG RI D-UCT"--ION-IN--L S your without
option vote, exempt itself, mak- I You will make a mistake if you'
e provision at the time of exemp getting our NEW PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATERIALS .
for the protection of adjoining to waste--or being, hauled out and PROMPT SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides, . .,
II surrounding counties or parts of dumped along, some railway right- Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
from depredation by its of-way. I came from the Pacific .E. '0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. (- .
1 I Among the Live Oaks I range stock." coast, and I can't forget that every JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA '
clearly sets forth that the store in the cities and the coiuitry, .
is to be asked only to as far north as British Columbia, is ,-- ., .- -
the people at large an oppor- stocked with barrels or halfbarrelsor
An opportunity is now offered those to vote "yes" or "no" on the orange-/ juice which i ill retailed at +0.0.0'.0+00.H 0''0'' 6.0 >> 0' 0'0 O'o.. O'' 0'0 0 I)0444

desiring pleasant home ; and if they vote "yes", a small price per glass-or sold by
: any county or part of a county the quart. If it can be made a paying -
Six Large Room, Kitchen, Pantry does not want the no-fence proposition in California it can I
I to apply because of its own pe- certainly be made profitable in
1 Full Block in Excellent conditions, may hold an elec Florida--and there could be enough
Quarter and vote itself out, provided it juice extracted each year to furnishall
same time makes provision to the eastern portion of the United
7 Residential Section its stock off the part of the States. Kissimmee should by all
r' or state adjoining which has means take up this matter, and interest -
Whe e lies a charming lawn itself under the state-wide someone in the measure which Why .
: law.-Tampa Tribune. would utilize a waste product and
y Carrying Live Oaks and Orange and Pecan would bring a large sum of money
The Best Cough Medicine. into the county and All over the
a druggist finds that his state. Let everyone talk up the
Rare Chance to Secure a Fine Property all speak well of a certain matter and see if some good will not w

n, he forms a good opinion result.
t and when in need of such a 1 1I
} is almost certain to use it INNOVATION OF AUCTIONSTO
Apply at 301 Main Street, Kiuiamcll
I an din his family. This Is I STIMULATE BUSINESS
\ so many druggists' use and rec

J. B.Chamberlain's Jones, a well-known Cough drug-Rem
i'J of Cubrun, Ky. says, "I have disposal of fine business and For a Smoke?
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy dwelling lots in Kissimmee has never
I family for the past seven been handled by methods so much in
}a I Kill That Cold With years, and have found it to vogue in other progressive cities. All
best cough medicine I have adown the east coast of Florida
kn""wn." *. there are auctions of properties of
,t all natures-business' lots, home- .
: 41LtSI AGENT PLEADS sites dwellings, acreages; and. i it has
fr1 ; beeh through such means that many .. ...
j FOR RICE CULTIVATION ,cities have thrown to the size now .
cAs shown. Kissimmee has been carry. ,""I"
,I ARAi' l I H. Wilson, county agent, has ing on the transfers of .'f'\:'(\.

. to say as regards the culture. a more mild and sedate fashion--hut When. You Can--Get a. .n
/' in this county: 'ho' time has been reached when
this time I am anxious
i AND very there is needed a greater stimulation -
Celd*Coag lkQMV': La Gripp. from the growers how many in business lines. Just how the r
to plant an acre of rice or innovation will be received by the
qt .1 this It is absolutely
spring. public is problematical; but there is
Neglected Cold* are Dangerous
that I get this informa '
certain to be a boost in homemaking -
o I$ ,''Take no chance. Keep this standard remedy.bandy for the firat _..-. at an early date so the proper: at an early date--and this may ,

v: 'r';;: Break up a cold in 24 hours-Relieve. can be made for he the apropos moment for the en-
{' '. Grippe,in 3 day*-Excellent for Headache harvesting and thrashing deavor. LUCERNECIRCLE
rice. If there will be a suffi :
Q Messrs. & Simmons have
< idnhi. In this form' doe not affect the head-Cue. 1* beat Tonic planted in rice that Boyte
t Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's. made arrangements for a series of
I warrant the purchase of a' auctions in numerous cities-.among' .
; I harvester and thrasher rice which has been named Kissimmee. :.
; : SELL IT be profitably grown here in..Os
."' These sales will be held also in Daytona -
40. .f county, and as your coynty Beach, Sanford Orlando,
4 ;:.4 ? I am very anxious to give the Haines City and Lakeland during ten
of rice a fair trial. If the
/ 'consecutive days-and are being:
iw " are also willing, let's co-op "
; i largely advertised. There will be entertainment -
i, and raise enough rice for all '
and gifts for all who attend -
... -
gfi and local needs. Thousands bf
these sales-and when a deal is
are shipped} into this countv made it be said to be E
I may a legitimate L
,'j j1he: Sturdy Food Values year, and if the growers will : transaction. The men are. 'reliable I
:; up, and make an efforts we'can -and 'I have faith in the meth666 ,
enough rice for the entire state ,
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That's so, for we have ,- ei .
,.: r of wheat and malted barley of very desirable rice land in .. t,
. i; I' r'I'i' ; .are combined. 'in' county. > ,


'{ : :Grape=Nuts BUT THE GIRLS LOSE will break a Cold, Fever and Grippe ror" Cts rk j jooO' ;

a practice game on Tuesday quicker taan_aaytnlaf w. know, pre- _
'.. the court the
Of on open boys .
...soot. !
\'fJ'' Osceola high school in ve'ating pat ..:
'. as In no other prepared Cereal: food won ./
tball over a team from Tilden- i, -, -- -., .,-- ,-- - -- t,
by a score of 20 to 11. During '-1Florida's
:<< Its rich.iuit-like flavor attracts evening the girls' team of i

r .and its qualities local school 101lt-'to a team of
nourishing are '4
.' from Tildenville by a score' of
staunch..Unlike mostprepaTed .. 12.

!' .' cereals. Grape.Nuts needs no was of the much yells adverse from the criticism more citrus fruit prices

+ added \ fans-which were not
.. ..., -- nd the: local players as <*

"0 i Sold: by grocers,everywhere as contests.the better.visitors The order athletes be were preserved strong are urg at in are governed( by speculative !t :

t. Made by .Postum Cereal Co..Inc.,, which \
ORANGE JUICE selling to overcome
g" t :, :' Battle Creek Mich. PUT ON THE MARKET ,

: .,.

1 .-t/ "ooCt ". .I. W. Illman, a former California handicap is the mission of -.i:

'/ { now residing in Saint Cloud --
i.. : approves of the suggestion
. I' ; in several issues of The Ga-
,: ... 1.
,\ .' regarding the extracting of the Florida Citrus Exchange J
.:s ;', i .,'.' ww from the waste oranges to .
;" aC r ,, throughout the county. *If .
,.-'. ." ',''A. ... ". w frequent suggestion regarding ..- ..
+ .
.. .
project will succeed in stirring "
d''' 11' '<,1.. to -goMnt* the Industry Mm l.iif iii,.ui lite i.....M Ckru Szeh.ogs........ .. :

.. ' .' way it will be Worth .salt,the ability -,.' 'Noof'/e..t,. '-. . ".. '
,:\,. ".7--, .. /fJ. '. of dollars to Osceola : ..........l:...' 1hcf6n..tbit,ib..atr a.. > '" "
";:,. ''' and of it," says '
1' portion
every 1.
,p' neareat aseot'ietio
*! *r(taVeabbeafe,,er ,. ." Illman: H. .add j. "I have- often \ "
,i : -;;. 'why ,om.thinll'.ra.. cot writ*t* INMWMS auaacw at Taiapa.. p . .... 'f
p ,
r; >with all the- cull-for-U hurts .A, ,, _
'' ar1N }7PM"'W' .tow. sad,,tonsot.. ..the trJUt i go i 1 ts
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THE ,rJSSIMMEE" LET GAZETTE, FWfcAY,,JAN0ARY '21,-.l, 1 p 10 .an.

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t . Below is the honor roll of the '.
FOR SALE BALB-Her... aad taCvl*.. In. graded schools of Kissimmee for the ...
Qui. of I. &1. MllUr. lltf.FOR '
fourth c J1th--tbe ,high school report \ .' 'A the,causaoverwork.: .,, '-, u ?

FTTH: ' < years sAL?!-Tw. ."0>.' .ult.. 4yearold : being excepted-i-a; furnished by .. of sfedtement ..' -.- ,
old) ft; l... forOu..nt to .1.... vlvt one dark blu.. one Principal A. H. Fillers: WOftJ'w.'ION sleep q-...... -
boar nest year., Call and see el'; d&rk.. Russian style, whit .
;' ;, traordlnary fruit, W..' U., Peckham .collar. green and cuffs, detachable., -Nearly Grade, It" Olive Brown, Ellen* business troubles, "t

\ Orer. *my years ago young' physieta Saint Cloud. -, -a a.... Apply lot Main street. 4.-tf Dayson' Virginia Hannah, Thelma stimulants, :narcotics-there's '

0 practiced widely I* FOR SALm-Tw.lve' bane and a rooster FOR SALB-On. Bmrson Typ.wrtlsro.iod.l Yates, Leroy Simpson Lloyd 8mith e -
Fennsylva.Ua will .
medicine that
Morris Lee help
: full blooded Brown Leghorns three. visible a* rood aa Yowell J. C.Partin., Hubert you .
and became famous for kit uniform Price 11I.00. c. H Murphy Limit AJU>> Valley Oaastt. 1C. Smith, Clifton Bass, Cecil McLaughlin ..

suoceea la the curing of 41..... street and Midland Railwaylltx William Jones Dorothy ,Dr. MH: s*, Nerrin .

Tkli.kPr.. K, Y. Pierce ".... aft *. FOAT FOR 8ALBAlme new .motor .1 MISCELLANEOUS.. My rs. Willie Man Uarrell, .Elizabeth Dr. Iffles"Ovrant.4M.dk1a...
boat; capacity ( or 10 paasen* Deyoreo De Rhetta Alderman. Francis has relieved : '
:; warms_eUblafc.4. himself jn.Buftale, ..r.; ,IS fewt Ions; all I -AM SELLING Osc..ola' Fertiliserth .- Bmlt"'VlOOOroW Duggar Lloyd : jtboatand ft .m.Mnea':Nrv1n. :

|t N. T. .&d placed ... '"QowU' M*'* h.. boat Price without UtS" complete motor for or. will ITS, ..'bed' that' made, .F, 1L- Lwon. ,.u- 'McCullougb. Hubert Keen. Lloyd ot .headache. ,, ,dls inesailrria' } -; l't .MUe'1 flear t, 'lreatment:

{'leal. Drsooveir."la the dra. Mora* of'j j P.< Moaba. Klsslmme t rk. Itf Austin C. .J. Nelson Charles Nessel bflity, .at..te.aiaterb.. ". r 'Mlles Tonic

j the United ....... Whe ro* fii SECOND HAND GOODS 'fboufht. sold rods. Leander Smith Robert Davis, epilepsy. .Buy hottte ofyawr Dr. Miles* Blood Purifier ,
I FOR SALE-Fourteen shares of stock and repaired. Th* Casino, 44-tf ,James a., Dr., Miles' Anti-Pain Pills -
rua-elowa, out of sorts .. aad .- In ..b. Kluslmmee, Ice and Cold Davis, Inez. Walton. Edna dmitclst..antl start ,4>*'titerosd. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tabletsto.heItu -
., the energising laflueaoe. Storage apply to Company.R. T. Butler For formerm.n.Information: .. WANTED.. .. 1. Grade X: Billie Pfcrtin. Robert ) healthtoday.Youll . Dr. Miles' Tonic, :
} erf Ooidea Medical Dteoovery to table ager SI Vtrona street. .Klsslmmee
Alvena -
Holcomb Yates MargetWhtddon Find Dr. Miles'
I.trFOR WANTIDD--Furnl.b..d room for two Medicines al your Drag !tertw
; er liquid. form.. Nearly 'a ..Uu., :- young; ttenHemn. privet familyprefered. !, May Lang.Sarah Hancock X -* -

,- kettles were .... last year: 8ALB-On* nets BleeCrlo Wall Address: K V. Gasette.WANTBb Mary Barclay Eugene.. SimmonsEUzaieth ._ _.. .
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i iGRBSOllllBJDE8i Plat*. ,Practically new. At a reasonable -It. Bass Ethel Hertzel Leslie -

.. .. price Apply Valley , -..r.- : -Ta"tradfor) .a lure" mulea Joiner, Frances Young Mildred Carr, : : I IOTICIO
"Rood younghorsa welfrhlnff about Jane Cram Charles Grantham Billie I r LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS} : 'II,

FOR .SAL.M-Sanitary toilet .In perfect 1000 pounds. Jr.sound" suitable, rood mule., fit.: Tell Pydifference Bell Cecil Bass.

oodtitIonwill sell cheap,, premises' n\.. what you nav*. J. W. Parsons Grade 3: Rex Bishop, Doris Bass

}$ and now see have It. sewer U 'M. Williams connections, '01 Clay Call I'oiitofflee Box vet. Taft. Florida j Luclle Gilbert Joy Makinson Iris & OF AP..I.i.A..OIII: FOR TAX of .Soa.Cb R. Tantumdeoeas.d, and
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street city. 6-ttx I Partin Bessie Johnson. Alice Bass, DRBD. all claiming an Interest In the "
I Herbert Bass. Nolan Billie land hereinafter described under To.'i'; ...
FARM WANTEI>-Wantud to hear eph H. Tantum, deceased or otherwise
FORi SALE-Potato-tarmln machinery from owner of 'farm or good land Smith, Russell Swain Richard Hilton NOTIthI IS HEREBY GIVEN That claiming; an Interest therein: and
SELLS at pre-war prices; one planter; worth the price asked. LJ. .Jon e.. William Prather, Harry Bert Corrie H Jones. purchaser of TaxCertifIcates ALL PARTIES or persons clalmtniranInterest
one beddlnK-dlsc;_ one McWhorterfertiliser Postofflce. Box (51 Olney Illinois. S j ; Nos. 411 and 43 dated In the following described:
distributor. Inquire at Dale. William Lang Murray Tison the Ird day of June, A. D ISIS has Isnd. whlrh Is the land described Inthe '
Ltupfer & trather garage. Bro.d.w.y. WANTED. -To rent an unfurnished j Johnnie Daggers, Oscar Lee Partin filed said certificates In my office, and Dill of Complaint In this case, to-
Fire Life Accident and e-tf house of not less than live rooms. J. J. Griffin Annie Ruth Joiner, has made application for tax deed to wit I : The West-half: of the";
Issue In accordance with law. Bald
with conveniences. Hhould be Inside "ou'hwe.t quarter (HWVt) of the
Louisa Muller Bertha Alta
FOR 8AL.K-Two-room hou....--nearly. city At least one years lease See ; Miller certificates embrace the following described Northwest (N\V'Hof 'HectlonFourteen
Health Plate Glass Liability new with some furniture and s>. ven 1. M. OallBffher. ft-Stx Ruth Overstreet, Lola Peake MaryDowning property j situated In OsceolaCounty i (1uar..r'.4k !' Twenty-five!
Florida, to-wlt' nTcO'-
Oliver : (SI) South
lots: Just outside city on West Emmett Carson Raymond Twenty-nln (35)
street; prloe. $600 cash, or ,WANTED-Man to solltlt. house to : Oswald Falls James Earle Lot 6 a* embraced In Certificate. East, containing twenty (SO) acres -
Apply to Mr. Cl\rlln. at Mnkinson's Dayson 491 and Ix>t 7 embraced In CertificateNo .. .
and Boilet Insurance. house and two lot. for MOO. Tor x.. house. more "'r less, under T. In.I. and
: particulars write to C. Celts. Miles "' Hardware. '-41 Lupfer, John Phay, Eddie Crum, 493. of Block I. Florida DrainedLand his wlf.. It he fte married: Thomas R."IT"u.r.'n 1'
Michigan _B-3tx Lon Tyson Joseph Jeffords. "'rnnn Sub-division o'th'; A Bailey, his wife!' -
Legal Bonds Executed t FARMERS-Bend today for a fr".i" Verhon James The said > assessed at \\ : his wife. If ,h* b*
: Westfall date of Issuance In the of Unknown
I'OR 8ALK-Fin* rldnc property.quarterblock. .ample copy of the Florida married: Joseph H. Hudson and his
aeven roomsd house and Stockman published at Perry Marguerite Saucer, Alma Unless said certificates shall wife If he lie married Qrofg "
Same Day NcedcdT orange tr...... pecan tree. live oak, sonville Tell. about livestock raising Shuman Irma Bowen Erma Den be redeemed according to law tax Hudson and his wife, If he be mar
dairying poultry citrus fruit deed will Issue thereon on the Sth rled Albert J. lardner and his wife
flowers, vines. shrubs dsrsjrn.woodshed Elizabeth ; 4
ning.! Dorothy McCranie .
I and two space rooms In and trucking weekly, at 11.00 per !: day of February', A. n IftttJ If he b* married: Charles R. Love and
rear Reason. for selllns;, propertytoo yearthree years for (I.Off. Only Steffee, Delia\ Fleming Gladys Wellington OVBRSTHKKT, William M. Canby as Trustees of the
large for present owner. Apply livestock and general farming paperIn Tom Bell. Henry Bratton, Clerk Circuit Court Osceola' County Estate: of Joseph R Tantum deceased ,

OFFICE: Stall B.lT Billliii : Valley Qaiette. 1-tf. the ..t.te.Vrlt.. today. LeVerte Bass Arthur Fowler May- Circuit Co-irt Florida.Seal\) 4-St Camby.. Charles a* Trustees n Lore and and a*William Executors M..

FOR SALE One Nash touring car I nard Poulk Marvin Tyner Edward under the last Will and Testament of
and one Haynes .....v..n.p..eng..rtourln& LOST; Champagne. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THHJ Tantum, deceased; Annie
car. Both of those at bargain Grade: Eddie Bass, Josephine SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUITOF M sr..t.n: and her husband If she be
prices. W B. Maklnson City. LOST-Black bill book containing TUB STATE OF FLORIDA. IN married; Peroey L. Tantum and his
I-U $1260 In government bond. and some Griffin, Evelyn Poulk. Ruth Straub, AND FOR OHCKOI.A. COUNTY: IN wife If h* b* married' :
receipts Suitable reward If returned Katherine Warinir. Geneva Roberson, CHANCERY: I... H. Wltlock. Complainant turn and his wife If htb"r''l !
FOR SALE-Ponies. Saddle Horses to U. L. Parker ttt Beau.nint Mary Steffee Charles Tyson, Joe Versus Thomas (J. Reid et Ida 'V. Tantum and her husband. If she
To abort a cold and mares. *60 up Bee W R farmer avenue, Klsslmmee, Florida 1 I af. respondents: BILL TO QUIET TITLE be married and Viola D. Tantum and
foreman.; New Eden plantation.near 4- tXLOBT Fleming Dirk Stanley, Bennett' !: OltnKR: OF PUBLICATION. her husband. If she be married. If ', -
Narcooasee. Fin or I O'Brannan, Franklin Edwards. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: any of the same be deceased or otherwise -
and prevent com- Thomas. Klsslmmee Fia. A.IfJ. -From a fur wrap one Isabella ) Grade 6: Frances Bailey, Emma TO: Thomas O. Reid and'ha claiming an Interest In the\ sbov \
fox-tall Finder mn> obtain sulta-,i 8 Held l.c.wife; Homer Rumaey, described land: All of whose residences
fOR 8AL.R!--Oood second-hand Ford I ble reward for prompt return to Quirk, Marion Travis Corahe John .. 8 and Wra Roswell and addresses are unknown! YOU
pli ations taker cars 8am O Ragsdale. Phone 18 fee of Oasette or phoIngNo./ 0'.1 son. Virg'inia Bowen. Louise May All of whose. residences and addressesare and each of you are hereby commanded '
II -if. Klsslmmee. 8 Virginia Williams. Marlon Patrick, unknown: You and- each of you I to appear I IT the above entitled
are hereby commanded to appear In : cause on or before the 4th day .ef
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Alexander Akerman. Alvin McCranie the above entitled Cause on or before' April. A. D Mil 4
Edwin Barnes. the 7th day of March A. D. 181. WITNKSH the Honorable C. O. Andrews -
WAS HARDLY ABLE Grade 7: Julia Ledbetter Vivian TO: All parties claiming an Interest Judge of the above Court, and
In the following described land: my n.m. a* Clerk thereof and th*
I AGRICULTURAL POINTERS j Floyd Julia Fair Ethel Owen, Hazel Beginning 7*H!. feel Kast of the seal of said Court at Klsslmmee, Oncaola -

Bass, Kate Partin Geneva Miller. Southwest rtar.1..r.OfAJmn; "W" of County, Florida. on the Hat day.
fO Minnie Hudson Eva Prin le. Henry A to the of necetnbsr. A. D 0111. '
Town of Kisslmflnue City : (CIRCUIT COURT SKAL>
U H. WILSON COUNTT! AGENTF. I Grade 8; Eunice Rivers. Eleanor run thence East BO feet, there J. L. OVER8TRKBT.As .

Rosen, Mary' Louise Snodgrasa, Park StlH!. feet thence West MtV feet, Clerk of the above Court. .

alotabs A. Stroup and seyeral other Benjamin Haaa't A Trace of ilia..- I Douorhton!!: Eugenia Akerman Rebe- thence TtVi!. feet Houth and thence TIM feet outh: thence 150 feet East to Solicitor KRIBBR for *Complainant BTERH. 4-llt .... -, 4- /

progressive farmers rafsed some laliasi Since Tald. Taalac. kah Miller. the place of beginning. All lying In ,
very nice rice this past year. and and belng-ft part of Block "W" of said NOTICK! EXECUTORS FORUISCHAMCK FINAL ,

are confident that the of I Herbine coi4ects biliousness, indigestion Henry A. Mathews Addition to the ,-
growers "This is the medicine that relieved Town of Klsslmmee City. Florida under .
Osceola county can be as succeuful rheumatism and built to and constipation* It is a fine Thomas 0, Reid and Elisabeth S. I. the ValueS ef rusty:: ..Ji1Sire. ......,
if the proper methods are followed.Mr. my me up herbal medicine that driven out impurities Reid. his wife: Homer Rumsey; .Klerlds., Oee*la C....".
Stroup has at this time about where I ran now work as well an I and restores healthy condir Tfiniles. 8: Carv and Wm. Boawell. i iltny If ,
ever could and I don't intend to be of the same be deceased or otherwise In the Estate of Cullen F. Pag*. '
45 I bushels of rice hand that tions in the system. Price 60c. Sold ,
r on maybe without it," said John Benjamin. R. claiming an Interest therein: All l>ecessedROTIC19 .
The purifiexj and refined obtained for seed. by Roberson's Pharmacy. ** of whose residences and addresses 48 HEREBY GIVEN to all'
Let who will plant F. D. No. 2, Jacksonville, Florida as are unknown: You and each of you I whom It may concern, that on the
. calomel tablets that are every grower 'he purchased a bottle of Tanlac at] are hereby commanded to appear In 15th day of February. A. 1>. ,'U1. I 4-
safe nn acre or more of rice this spring William's: Pharmacy few daya TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE the above entitled cause on or before shall apnlv to the Honorable Judge *frf
nausealess and a
'< sure.Medicinal hand his.?\,'me in to the county agent I ago. the 4th 1nv of April. A. I). 1 J1WITNKHS said Court, as Judge o( Probate, for
r as"soon as Ollsible. This step is very: .About two years ago I began In compliance with Chapter 6506 the Honorable C. O Andrews my final discharge a. Executor of
t44 -virtue. retain. having rheumatism. mv knees and Judge of the above Court and the estate of Cullen F. Page deceased -
;>> necessary and I hope you will makeno ankles swelled and I suffered no Laws of Florida I will be at the fol mv name as Clerk thereof and the and that at the *..m* time I will -.-.
ed and improved. Sold. delay in giving this your atten up lowing-named places, on' the dates ...-;.1 of said Court st Klsslmmee. Osce present my final accounts a* Executor <
end of pain. At that time I was 1 ola County Florida, on the list dayof of said estate, and ask for their .
only in sealed packages. tion. Now I. the time to act. Let'sget given below for the purpose of receiving , ap-
working on the river and unloading December A. r>. 180 pro..1. --
Price 35c. busy. barge, and often when night came tax returns: (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Dated December 4. A., n mo, SjISltX ,
( Just because citrus fruits are : Shingle Creek Monday, January J. L. OVERSTREET.A" H. w. 8TARK'
walk the line.
bringing!!: low prices, let's notL'et/ : up I I could hardly to car 31; 10:00: ( a. m. Clerk of the above Court. .
left side from 'shoulder down
I My my KRIBFI8 8TKED.: J --
the of L. groves.Give' Janu-
on proper care waist in such Campbell Station ,Monday Solicitors for Complainant. .1It ". ... .,
fertilizer to my finally got a ," I. Clrrwlt ( Htat nrMa. _ _
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING the'grove.. the the I bad shape I could hardly do any 31; 1:00 p. m. ......t..a.k "..1..1 spraying and the cultivation that Saint 1 ORDINANCE . ..
: Cloud Tuesday February ; la t s ty. kaaeery. :
work hurt bad I
needed. I at.all my legs so .....-- ,
better '
r All Work Gaaraateed __ are Prices will get could scarcely walk, and my ankles 10:00: a. m.Narcoossee.. Aa OrdlMae .. Hea-eJate the 0..... J. ti Button. Complainant. *'3
... later on, and If your grove II In /good were swollen to almost twice their I Tuesday, February. ; atlas: *f HarkJb, Asi..bil.., *r ..fcervehlrlMi - T*. : 1,4
condition. you will still be in the I I .. 1:00 m. for Pasve-aarrr Hire tm the I eanor Button Defendant. -
A:: YODER game. Don't neglect the trees now normal size: I DeerPrk. Thursday February 3; 11(7 .( K....__ It appearing-by-'afftdavit appendedto
"Well I worried for
low Unsettled along quitea the bill filed In the abovestatedcause
account prices.
while-$ trying medicine after medicine that Leanor Button the defend'ant
...... 324 KissJamasaey FUriia conditions in the north have brought butnothing until I I Kenansville Saturday, February THE CITY OF KIHSIMMEH. therein .;named Is a non-rldeat
about poor ..prices, which will in helped me 5 10:00 a. m. Section I: All persons owning public of the Btate,of Florida. and I I. a re-
.' got Tanlac. The Ant bottle helpedme ; hacks, automobiles o' other vehicles Went of Redwater Bowl Coaaty,. _ _
time themselves. ,
Pat Johnston O. P. JARRE* right so I /got another and then another I Loko"" ., Saturday February 5; ot transportation of passengers Tsxas; over the ar of twentr-one< _ _
I recently signed up 28 boys in the 1:00: p. m.Mulberry. or engaged, 1n the occupationof years; It Is therefore ordered that the
JOHNSTON VGARRETTATTOBNEVSATYAW Boys'. dub Work and am well pleased. and.( kept on- taking it until Sink Monday, February transporting passengers for' h.r! aid non-resident defendant be aad ti,,-
now like, a brand new man. within the City of Klsslmmee. shall hereby required to appesr to the bill'
_. with. tile interest .already taken by'toVmesCKlTyeo ThjrJ! p4psrv4eappeare4; ,frojn ,',;* pay a lice...e tax of *1v* ($6.04) Dot of complaint. filed la said cause en or _ _
'' 'Ofa io;',i1a.e.o1BInd .don't'looVafV the: ..Id.and ahouMer. and lCiui.i districts office open allthroug4s' lars, payabl on or before the 1st before Monday the Ilk day of JI'e..-,
their tathera1 my mjr luieei day of October In each and ISll.
boys are going- show March. year no rnary. A. D, otb.rwIs.'tb.) all*>
Building. how to farm. Plug right ahead aifijes have gbtterb: all 1 }'h lit and, in fractional license ,hill| b. 'teatied* gallAnat of saidMil\ win b. taken a*
KISSIMMBB. FWRIDAI.j..s.SSSSS.PSIS1 fact, I haven) a trace of rhoutnatic WILLIAM I. BARBER. > Beestan I: No">> pers6n ahall chare confessed by said defendant..... .-
"t' boys and we will show them. Writeto I can do much work 1 8-2t Tax Assessor. a areat*! sees, than VUUI. wots'<$> 1* I. farther ordered t.,t this order ,
pains aa exer
your county agent when he can for the traaspastatloo. of a.paasengerSection b* published once a week for -
? services are free at could. Tanlac. .rtsinly pulled me to or from any single point within th. four eonsocutlve week, ,ao-1'Ia.; mis.helmS. .
p serve you. My 'I out of a bad ,fix and I am gtfd tosay FRET PUBLIC LECTURERSON ctty limits: Provided however tMtthey Valley Oaaetta *.. newspaper.
M.TILLERReal all times. good word fOil it.". AMERICAGOYERMENT may charge. au' equal Mm,7or, pubUshed, iq eai4'Contyead State."
In my office, in the Chamber of a each passenger so raniportef. Ibis 11tb day of-December., 111." _ _
Commerce Saturday. and make Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee by J. S: Any person violating (CU CC. Seal ,
stat AlelC'e. every Z.: Kooerson. .and the Central) Drag Classes in American Government; any .f th* above prorlsloas-shall. upon ..1.ii..' .> _
the Tribune'uIr: in Saint Cloud my conviction I be punished by a fin* CI.IC'Clre..." .Coatrt
Storealld '
St. Cloud by the St. and Citizeriship have been organized . ..
Call or than Ten fl0.00) ttollar -- ..
--- _.__._- TRty headquarters every Tuesday. of not nor ( KRIBBSSolicitors 41< STEED. .."' write to me at-either'.-place If I run I Cloud Pharmacy.UHON and will begin work in Central FlorIda -- or by Imprisonment of not more thin for Complainant.OVJBRgTRIBillT.. -IC '
; and o1 A ,
Bought < during the week' of January 24- ten (10) days.Section .
I serve you. Kissimmee,'will be Included In the 4: All person oper.ttngvehicles I. .rirevilt t_re Htat. 'SE YI.dJ.
Hoases rented. for hire, as above ...t. out, ......_... ;"....... Ctrnlt Qsssla ...
Edwin ,E. ,
and verified :, No Great Act of Heroism Required CENTER NOTES list and President Sparks,, shall post a card showing this transportation (;..ty. la i fcfcaaesty. '
Taxes paid lilies .
State In conspicuousplace ;
U 80m. great act of heroism was of Pennsylvania College,, rate. some _ _
for nonresidents.Fire child .from will make the addresses which are 4n the vehicle so operated", for .. Addle May Smith. Complainant.EMwIn .
necessary to protect a hire such card to be furnished by the '

Life 'and Accident Insurance. croup, no mother would hesitate to Farmers, are getting ready for free and open to the public. How.,- City, Clerk. 'M."- Smith Defendant .

t' ." : protect her offspring but when' it is their spring-crop-
Indemnity only' necessary to keep hand a already have their acreages plowed. of the same are hereby repealed. that'Edwin M.. Smith, the defendant -.,
bottle of Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy M/ ... Watson, who came from talcing up a systematic study I Read a first and second time In op'en therein named I* a IIon-..... '

.. .. .. .........._ and give it as soon as the first. Jacksonville for the purpose of buyIng subject following a bulletin especial.' consent session this and 10th passed day: of by January unanimous, A. IdsnT' of th* Stateof Florida, apd.ii.. '% '
ly prepared by an extension specialist a resident of Brew ton, Alabama over _ _
indication of thereare here has returned' home
croup place '
appears a D. 111.
the age twenty-one years: It U, r
O. V. KRIBB8 A. AKBJKMAN: Chamber for this work. Every man H K. IIRIIAKERAttest :: _ _
who it. the
many neglect -declaring that properties were held therefore ord.r"d.that said nonresident ; ,
W. ,J. STEED Iain's Cough Remedy is within the toto high. lIe will doubtless find woman in the city, whether a permanent Pr.... City Council defendant b* and Is hereby _ _
I '
wet.. J. n OILnKRT. -
resident visitor is required to to th* bill of corn4
or a appear
; AKERMAN: AND STEED I reach of all and is prompt and effectual. them higher-priced his return. Clerk.
DIllS : upon and should plan to' attend these City plaint filed In said cause on er before, 4
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Schmidt and come (SEAL Monday the 7th of February.. AoIX
Atterarrs ... C....* >m at Law day
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K......... Klerlds son, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, of lectures. Approved this 12th day of January. 1111. otherwise. the allegation of
President Sparks is a national figure IMI said bill will b* t.ken'.s confessed _ _
Gril 1st all' State ..* REALTY TRANSACTIONS and ..
prctIc. TWO Kissimmee were guests of Mr. Important J. a OADBU by said defendant : .
Vmttrm State. Ummrtm. Mrs. Thomas on Sunday. and has appeared on every l-St M.yor.IN It Is further ordered that this orderbe .
MADE ON NORTH MAIN STREETJack ; Lester Davis was visiting som4 of lecture and chattauqua plat- published one a week for fo rconsecutive .4_ _

J. W. 1HOMPSONFuneral form some time during. the past THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB wrk In The KlsstirimeeVallay .
Sparling has this week pur his many. friends here on Monday.Dr. twenty This work i Is a part SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Qaette,< a newspaper: publish'd : '4'
chased from N. C.. Bryan, administrator And Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. of the plan years.of the General Extension OK THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN In said t County. and State, '-'_ _
) Director Pruitt of Orlando are looking over AND FOR OBOBOL.A COUNTY, IN This I7th' day... of: December., IIXQ.
the residence
-of the Oliver estate, Division of the University of Florida : CHANCERY: EMMA riOOERS, Com (Ct. Ct Seal) "
lat the fine orange. crop-which is es- ,
103 Main street .1. 'I. OVERSTREET.
property to carry valuable information plainant. Versus: T. R. Balev. et 'si .
;. AND''P opposite the auto-camp grounds and icially good. I and instruction on important subjects ftPspondents-.BILt QUIET TJTLFI: < 41 8TEF-D.Clerk 'Circuit, ', CourtKRtBh15 -,
has already taken possession. Little Mildred Lightsey, of 11111lard's the of the and ORDER OF. PUBLICATION: TUB < ,spIt,
I to. people state STATE OF FLORIDA: Solicitors for complainant.NOTICB -
LICENSED EMBALMER H.. M. Peaks who has been occupying Island, has been ill enough to :to make available education on all TO. T. R. Haley and his wife. If hebe '
the premises was forced to demand' the services of a Kissimmee. lines 'commanding public attention married: Thomas R. Bailey and TO CRKDITOHla '<

Store and Chapel\ Stewart Ave. vacate the residence-and immediately physician but is now recovering. and interest. Sarah Hudson A.and-hls Bailey wife his If wife h* ;b* married William 4h. Cewr ef tke rswaty .JCmmmtr .....
FLORIDA purchased the property at. 122 Success to The Gazette. will have 0-1. Stste ef FlerieaIn -
KISSIMMIDJ: I Mra. .Celeste Fripp Joseph H. Hudson and his wife if h* '
into which he promptly for the be married George R Hudson'andhlswife. < -
Main street charge of the arrangements ; ofN. B. Carson. '. *
Fe f
moved. It he b* married; Albert 3; Oard- ; / u -
local class. To all Creditors, Legatees. Dlatrioo-f
____ ncr and hi. wife If he b* marriedCharles ;
be stated CLOUD havin.Clairad'"
: LEWIS O'IIlYANATTOnNEYAT.LAW Incidentally It might B. Love and William N Canby, tee and all Persons
ra> that property values in all sections I A New England prohibition en- aa Trustees of th*. Estate, of Joseph or Demands against said; _
of ar
You. and each you *
of the city are increasing and that forcement director refuted to prollecute'a R Tantum deceased: Charles B. lore notified and required to present any
and William M. as1'
numerous deals are now pending in Mrs. Jennie Williams of Peacham sict man in wXbse home he and a* Executor under the Isst Will claims and demands which ')'00. ..or>

Warner Building. several quarters. Vermoetwho is spending the winterat found a still and moonshine whiskeyat and Testament of Joseph R. T.ntum.d.cea.adi either ot of you R.may Carson have, dec.ssed.lati.fOsoeolaCoufltY against the-
estate N _ _
.' Daytona. is the guest of Mrs. Coir the bedside. The man was a victim ; Annie M. Tantum and herhusband. . Florida. to the onderslgned -. t, _ _

:Why Mr. N.Wlndao* fRr I.) Put Up. Wed UM Cas..CreaadesLJeutenantCoWiel ton." of tuberculosis and needed stimulant and If abe his he'wit married,. If-he Peroejr be married 1Tantum Executrix of said daS*state her-, ...
T- with Rata '...Yean," : doss John Wherry and son, J. B. Wherry to keep him aUve. _, ; Leon. B. Tantum and his wife. If within* two years from .
B. C. al he be marrl.d Ida W. Tantum1 and
have arrived from Hill bated IT. A. D. 1.*.. '
Scenery December
"Vsn . ... Ida sesttyUllsd her husband- If"'ah 'be married' .
..I. MMM Cleveland member of ....... MT aa* welch ct,.rate': ..eilh ists the '- of Pennsylvania, to look after some their home in the south. Viola .1>. Tantuav and her husband. If |.ft _' Executr'i..' -
,r'..4'saul s Mrad told SM..... Ilvsnlyoa Legion has suggested nse their holdings. This II Mr. Wherry's.. and Mrs. N. A. Strait havea""-, pbs b* married, all et. whos ,realdon- ... __ _ d "* _ ,,
;, ...,$.u.-p >t teach..It... Bats toxic gas grenades as a .police weapon first 'visit here Iinc.,1912. Dr. eel and a4dr* uqkoowni. TC\H: ". *:
.. banl* rited from Washington, D. C..nt'l and each //or you are hereby commanded :. a-c:: commission cost the;,
*7 up sa*fcav*so mm Lftfas Me;,**. ,2S..5ciI . ,la .C.1. $ 4'.* fight..agaUtst : aW The ,
.Mr. :J4r : of In. the .aboveentitled -
ra'Q.: Young home New toappear '
.... Le 'r. try' and crime; Circular letters archie ; are located in their on United States $1.661.m : { 1 _
Three JJiftjj. cans* 'oa or before. the 7thday' ot ; ____
Canada "
: yAJberta are ,
_c&iuT&j.DavG-To '. sl1th.-1OO L gton-members in Y9rlc.avenue.TaWa.5rle.te March, A. tfc JftL/ H -4 --ft 1
ur-ena .
C1iIo.1..a w Aa..COIIP.t.Jfy'F the:"county. Joining the police -pxIf1- here on the redding't are TO: The heirs law" of John B.-Hod- ( A1tthgjbIflt' .. ,r1ienjnatk'paIni' ,

ary'hive beet,Issued from-headquar- nests of the parents of the ,groom vof $s1Ins, ; "\" \you son deceased The.dsvlaecs under the aieci*'a ... .. _

ten fol acceptance by'Maeor MJV aadM.JJLtYuog.( : _- ar* bilious or. constipated. or your, Will partla-.f John claiming B. Hudson an Interest dseeaa.d.-and la the J rubbing .p cation,.. af Rs11azd' _J.

; :; .sr.tfi.cel'lt: eths'Legion' s 1 J Mr. aDd !Mi's... Felix Sofonrier,"afdUow stomach is out of 0....... It is a iti, tl{ hereinafter. described" ,aader John Snow Uniment,, It Ie a powerful,... --rt'J\-' '
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ss>t 4y rsssjisV we' loew Sabecribe..for Theyafli4te., P. arc.1Io.They expect to -mak4i .I,enoD'.. .Pharmacy. 5'I .;. "The devise ,oodsr: .the/Will, .:Reberson's. Pharmacy.' : 'r" .! ,: "'tc:2 .
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returned from vacation with the excellence Kissimmee.l It's'the best '
my .to Georgia and I am more than ever impressed ;;

K ever. I have cleared from my store alt.the stocks bought on the "I igfl" markets-and my prices are now at normal -arid.:I'm'everi. [ selling J

at below normal many cases. My stocks are now complete.and MY PRICe.8 ,ARE WINNERS. Your patronage will be appreciate. .}

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DOWNING HALL SCENE I Gwynn, who spent her daysin : .
OF DELIGHTFUL GAIETY Kissimmee, when a girlhood her
y' [ IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] The dance given on Tuesday home with her sister, Mrs. M.N.. .
ing in Downing hall under even-I Dunn. The condition of Mrs. Simpson i
rectorship of Hartzel's Comedy !. is reported as very critical.
All matter Intended for tills department proved all that was anticipated--and
should be handed In an early even more. The music, clever in every OHIO CLUB PROMISES .
aa pocmlNl4. Advance nolle of corn- FINE BOX SOCIAL.
was greatly enjoyed by the
inn .vpnl.< must b<' authentic Call way
4' I'hone II, and allk for "8oclely.rt larpe throng gathered, and pleasure The Ohio Club will meet at the :"i
Forms, close promptly at ten o'cluck everywhere abounded. Hart Memorial on Monday afternoon -f-
'' uah Friday moi'nln Another dance under the enme next. January 24, promptly at five
' -OOo- management will be given next o'clock. Ladies are requested to bring
FROM FORT MEAD!;: Tuesday evening. boxes of sandwiches and cake and '
TO VISIT RELATIVES: whatever they may choose, and the

Mrs.. J.V.. Chapman, of Fort :MISS!,; MATTIE BANDY luncheon will be served a la cafe. DmU5EBRDTHERS
teria-with hot coffee.Later -
Meade, has. been in Kissinimee this VISITS IN ORLANDO plenty of fine I
in the there will !h.
wl'fkCuest/ of her father, Charles Miss Mottle Bandy was called. to evening :
WcHxIall, and her inter, Mrs. James Orlando en Wednesday to attend the musical program given; -prepaied hv :
Griffin, and renewing former acquaintances. bedside of Mrs. George; Simpson, of the committee on that subject. All :1:1RDAJl5TER 4 4I
Ohioans be
. Mrs Chapman'H. hus- Tampa, who suffered a paralytic are requested to present
this occasion and the
band in in charge of the branch store stroke while attending the recent upon generalpublic '
of G. W. Persons in that is also Invited to participate. .
located at Fort convocation of Episcopalians I ,
Meadi-where a considerahle busi- city. :Mrs. Simpson will be the better FORMER RESIDENTS I ; -t.a ;'Jt
ness in being built up. remembered f as Miss Mayner MARRY IN MOULTRIE ,1I

Miss Lucile Bcall and Dr. W. A. v!
6i 6C'4aP41G-0 48rfP-0 r'46t{..;OG 44W4+?'t 0)4..r> I Ii Parker were recently married at the I I rI
home of a brother of the bride :Mr I You rarely hear the price Ij
'and Mrs. C. A. Beall)), at Moultnc, '
Goodman & Woodall Georgia, where the ceremony was I of the car mentioned. r
i performed by Rev. J. E. Hampton, i 1
of the Baptist church. Of the wedding I
the local paper said in mentionof Remarks about its low -..

{. The New: Gxocery: "The Miss bride Beall,: who is a beautiful cost and long service ;

1 bruneftc, wore a costume/ of gray are much more frequent.
Next to Chamber of Commerce taffeta wit.h a touch of turquoise :
blue. With this she wore a smart
grey turban embroidered in blue and ,j.
. carried an arm bouquet of white
rose buds." .:
Mrs. Parker will be remeny tiered .
i PRICES THE FAIREST' by a large circle of friends as being Th. BMoline coomonpttaa Is uMaraaOr Ww. ;
one of the teachers in the public The tire mOeage >. uauMMDy....... :
N QUALITIES THE BEST public schools] of Kissimmee, and .. '
.her husband, also, was a resident of .. oRo:y FI
this city prior to his removal to Or- .
She Was Looking For the -- '
Finest Goods itt Eatables METHODIST CHURCH

Plans for an elaborate vesper service ORLANDO LEESBURG SANFORD
under directorship of MissWaterman ,
' have now been perfected for CARS OF ALL TYPES FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
and when she entered our store she closely scanned the lines we production at the Methodist church

have in stock. There was nothing, practically, that failed to meet on Sunday evening next to com- 1t
.'1 her approval, for she turned to one of the proprietors and exclaimed\ : '. ,' mence at seven-thirty, and the com-
plete program is herewith. presented: I .
[% "Well, this is certainly a surprise to me. You see we are anx- Prelude-Miss Lee. I _
icus to stock our boat for a two-wl eks cruise in the lakes near here Invocation. I
. and we fancied we'd have to goto (name deleted) in order to find Hvmn No. 430. ,
what desired. here in Kiisimmce "The Son of God Goes Forth to
1, have precisely we nice But right;what in I see you War," ____________________ Huln
,4 a particularly variety of we the north term the
1'aE" beet Why, you nave a finer assortment of nice goods than are Chorus Ended"uu.Uartlett Choir r
usually found in cities twice as large as Kissimmee, and you will "The .Day Is
' f .:certainly build up a trade that will be wonderful.. MIse Waterman .
tj ,. "I'm A Pilgrim"] \ --------Y--Lorenz:

., ;And the best part of all was that she commenced to name her Misses. Hayner Mrs. Alderman., and ,Waterman I II I

order-and when it was filled she paid,us a little-more than eighty' Messrs. Tucker and ree-
'y dollars, didn't ask us to 'have any prices "shaved," and even wondered Hymn No. 700 I 1 ?

a+ at the low prices on the fttock. It certainly gave us pleasures ] "Sun of Mv Soul"______ _Widener I 1

to'-hear her favorable comments upon the store in which we, are Mr Tucker I {
"He, Watching Over Israel'Mendelesohn___
. w taking' so much pride. _n___________ II ..r rV <
And, It'ls probable that you, too, might find something in.our Chorus Choir .{
,slocks that would greatly please .you and your family. It wouldn't "Cast Thy Burden on The Lord_ c
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do.a.n7.harm to in 'and look the -\ --* ------ Bartlett
; come over showing, would it? Quartet \\'1r'i'

]Like The Hart Desireth_____Allitson .".
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hymn of The Pilgrims" McDowell
.- > Hymn No 702: "America."
r -, Your Trade Will Appreciated Remarks. .. .
q Hymn No. 704.
Benediction. .
4' Postlude- '. '
Goodman Woodall "
', Miss Lee -
: -, Proprietors MANY PRAISE-WORK found "on duty" Hart Memorial ,- \'i'

are those in adjoining
'f : NEXT*TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE only are there to be found cites and towns who have kindly- -
,BROADWAY, KISSIMMEE many residents of Kissimmee-wand words for Mrs. E. Sanborn and the V ;
4, . many visitors of the city-who have attention given when call,are .madeat : 5''V
words of praise for the energetic the library or restroom. .. IF I
i little woman who is
as the library association is
.. '> .. a frequent .
.........-_. ...- -.III ... -..A.__ .III -.III -.III -.,.,...... r k.flit A..).'__ _.......... to. visitor,words and declares of that she hears t ,'1,'
many compliment bestowed I.'t
.. upon the little building and the '
You Furnish the
manner in which it is cared for Properly
'#, S DR.. ''T. M. RIVERSL.. H. CEDCE CEO. T. SINCELTARY ; There are many women of Orlando i
8 PrHltl.m GuAfer of Haines City of Winter Haven ofother .:
: communities{ who visit the
r .J I place, but it is not infrequently remarked Ones r ;f
that few cities in the state We're the to Sell It! ; ,

/' have so attractive a spot wherein .. {J
one is made to always. "feel. atlome. _. V 11
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HABIT Mrs. Sanborn is hard-working: { and :
Briefly told, we firmly' believe that J .
., most energetic-and her great pride

-4. ; One of the greatest eyils of this' age i is the Debt Habit. Men owe tra In .life That is caring she does for the her Hart work Mwraoral. in a- .our system of Auction Sales will --j

t more dollars than they own dollars. The person who fo'rm the j pleasing manner is attested br all awaken everyone to the Possibilities:1

:'V Debt Habit i is sooner or later coming t to grief. If you are in debt," K'JTh who visit the spot. 'of Kistimraee" : if you believe iq u. .' 'l

Mop right short now. Don't charge up another cent. Open an ac- CRYSTALIZE GRAPEFRUIT and have good properties at. fair : _, .y

count at the Bank of Otceola: County no'matter how small it may 1't' PEEL.BY. THIS RECIPEUse valuation why not let u* handle the (- .:.1

:" "A be. Pay tour debts and build up your Interest Account and you Ilr&pefruit-'ttb thick peel. good) See u*. at once and let us '

trot.' s will free yourself from worries and anxieties, .. Scrub fruit, cut into quarters remove 'talk. ,, it over' There u quick action $.,:
r and cut peel'peel into strips. -....
5 n.
For each pound of peel add one quartof with our plan. '
"Out of Debt of
n oat Daicer. m cold water and boil twenty min t
utes. Pour water off and repeat "
three times or until all the bitter i i ft
.. Bank of Osceola County _'o' flavor: has been removed from peel.' BOYTE & SIMMONS : 1
wet-add ofugar -
Drain, and while a cup I ,
< for: each eup of peel and: let .
Hour .. "
9 .. 3
: ....'., : p. m. It cook, until all the syrup Is absorbed I 4M Maia Street: P> ... 21S : >i
:1f, by peel.I While :bot roll in dry
: : -, .. .Q ar. N. water, is added if cooked . .1* 1f
'fr't', ..,,, 4"1''', while 'peel is wet. The oily part of .-' .H
,. -
t, ; rind may be grated from peel,before I t .. .r
5 "h Bail tolling.' This makes: ) tender product .
: With: the Ability i t. and reduces: time of cooking,
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< .." .WlB il'oScnM. -' ... DEPVSITSUNSURED "' Australia has engaged an-entomo According to Lloyds, the Ui u
I'...... .,". '..,. '' --". ,. In Nov.mber-24,"were:::** J logical expert,to spend. a Tear in the State built( 2,009,495 tons) Of
"< ' -.,'. .." .. ., ", 04.", ,. r II-II enlistment to. the. regular cactus regions>of Arizona m/search hips"to losses', '
," ., '"x cepted for : replace of"the
t" ..... .' -", ;.;-., .,", .) , .. ..., " _.". ,;. _' (..1 \',<\' "" '. .:, ".'Oort f Of._.... ..,':..- <:,:.... ,.., army, breaking the record for peace-, of Insect*4 which.;vrU} assist it. eradicating Great Britain ',Built ,3Rg4i11 war.tea'

- I..tins' reauitlD.1". ; \'* '."** *' .the eactoav' and Japan 414, 67 tona.Js .. }e 4
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