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 28, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00996
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'STATE One of the features-/ of' the entertainment .w 4... Following quickly ron' the sal of LOWERED '
ABOUT THE on' Sunday by the Klasim- KISSIMMEE'S'THREE BIG'DAYS his branch. store at Saint Cloud by ( RATES'' ON
mee Concert band will be a selection V ;; 0 C. H. Grantham came-the disposal,by
front Balfe's famous' opera which, 4 / the W. B. Makinson Company, of.
HARMJISSIMMEEGeorgian after 'eighty years, still remains a WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. FRIDAY Kissimmee, of its branch store in FLORIDA' PRODUCTSFlorida
masterpiece. Under Director' Gallagher -> Saint Cloud toA, R;' McGill and Ira ...
: the.following' will be Scott. Mr. McGill has been
i Shudder at Tale of Gore rendered: .. 'program. February 9" Pelwua4,19. February' 11'' the branch store for managerof several Senator Talk la Senate of

Told by Tourist Leaving To Be Grand March' -"Tannhauser"..iaj, .,r' ,. years-and' hoe seen what business Rates For Transportation' Which
r.-Wagner maw be built up there in the future;
RADCLIFFE
,. Skinned at Home : --" ; CHAUTAUQUA Appear Discriminative r '
-" cfverNure-"Murmuring of the For and the home company in Kissimmee .
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\ ..! 1"Umori""h; told' of est" ____________...______ Bullion : ft decided to lessen its outside hold- Senator
been i Park
> :, Many #- Trammell recently
Morceku Charaeterletle"Vlslon"I ings. Saint Cloud hat made most
the storleg' circulated by of thevisitors' <; a told the senate few truths
some a regard.ing
.LIVonBlon satisfactory growth, and its residents
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to Florida during the 'I -- .ooo ."oooo.ooo. OOOoo. 'oooooooooooo'oo.OooJ. plan for the
present Melody-Love Nest __ Hirsch seek to have all mercantile establishment a securing for farmers
season\ they i -- 4- of the south fertilizer's
as at
journey horne- : more
Selection_"Bohemian Girl" ...Balfe ,, owned by its home
( have of \ people ..
-ward-*-but seldom these bits modest prices, and then took the' ru>-'
gossip been verified letters back Pizzicato-from ballet ''Sylvia"Jingle.So ._ ,_ _ caslon of jabbing members of that
by
NEARLY NINE DOLLARS PLEDGED
?_____..____.?_?......DeliluH THOUSAND \
to this state Here is a differentOne. PACKINGHOUSE CLOSED- body because of the high freight
Oo Kalmar
Long"
Long, rates being; applied to products of
The Nelson Realty Company had Modlej*-Plantation Echoes, ..Coates METHODISTS DURING" SUNDAY SESSIONS OPERATIONS SATURDAY Florida.. The- .enator '..Idl '. ,'i.

made arrangements with a Georgia FIRE DESTROYS' HOUSE BY Fruit "There, is, however, another- 'peril
resident, who desired to come here- -packerp employed at-the Phil that I: see 'at the present' time that "
IN CITY'S SOUTH LIMITS lips packinghouse were unpleasantly:,
probably to locate permanently. hinges over the farming'interu"
,(E> When matters had reached a point Enthusiastic Member of Methodist Denomination Resolve to Clear Debt surprised on Monday when showingup our country, particularly the producers + ,
when the "close-un" rae to be taken An alarm of fire yesterday afternoon From Building and Make Numerous Improvements for the customary day's run to of perishable products. 1.-
Mr. Nelson received a letter from at five o'clock called the department 1 . learn that there was "nothing-- fer to the excessive freight rates
to the south part of the ----- ing." No previous notice had been 'II>
which the following extract was that are being charged upon perish-* "
taken: city, where, just below the buildingspf Sunday was a "banner day" for contingent upon the securing the riven of a shut-down, but at that able 'products. With the enormous
"We had everything: in shape togather the Klssimmee Lumber Company the Methodists of Kissimmee!: balance of the funds needed from the time all workers were told that i because increase which was made upon-.U
with another family to leave a dwelling was fast being demolishedby \ The debt which had been hanginglow congregation-and the urgements to of poor markets throughout Other commodities a like increase
here in ,our cars for Kissimmee, but flames which were spread by a upon the members of that denomination -secure donations and pledges were the north it was probable that the was made upon fruits, ''upon the pro
we get such reports from northern grass fire. The building was unoccupied is now no more! I I most convincing Both the resident balance of the shipments would be.in ducts of the truck farm, upon peach
people returning home from Florida was totally destroyed, an The result about
that we have decided that we'd bet- so it is stated, toB resident was brought 1 made their solicitations with fervor of fruit in the various Phillips hold- sections, and including all those products -'
the address deliveredand
ter wait till later. These people report of Tampa named Morgan through strident strong -and their efforts were rewarded bya inga. but the market conditions. will i that may be generally classed.
the of
that more northern people are steps cooperation very liberal donation; but at the 'not justify the expense of packing in "I|tea, perishable. products. In my.state I y
I,. H. Ingram who Is putting full which were taken! {
the usual manner, it is said. It is
than of the service
in the state can get any sort completion morning today the producers ,are being con
one hundred acres into crop this sea There can certainly be no in possible however, that the market
of accommodation-even at very extravagant -I cry there was still a considerable sum fronted with a conditionwhich rev r
son reports that he is well along Kissimmee that there is no mfeney to fill the may suddenly reach normal-in '
prices! and they say the lacking quota.In :quires',them to market their products.s .
whole state is flooded with all kindsof I with looks the work-and." that "everything in circulation at this time, because I the evening there was a spe which case packing will be resumed. 'at the pre-war prices and.'at' the

gamblers schemers, pickpockets good.RESIGNS! V when properly approached the peo cially-programmed vesper service same time they are, being'-charged.
robbers ,and murderers who have I pie 'are ,ready to contribute to any j land the edifice was packed to its extortionate freight rates thatwere: .;!
..- flocked there to work on the tourist good and laudable cause. .doors. The service was superb in .COMING DOLLAR DAY fixed ;*t a time when the; prices of;
.'!y Some of these toughs who went PASTORATE The Methodist church was well- 'everY way--and the work of those all commodities were, high, and ,.hatj) ?
there without means are forced to filled last Sunday -there !participating was thoroughly enjoy- urally fixed at a time when the pro '
beg, sponge and steal their way being, perhaps a lager audience I'ed. Thpn. followed another appeal MEETING THE FAVOR ducer was better able and the consumer -; +
back north-and we are told here AFTER FIVE YEARS than customary. One of the causes (for the funds that were still larking waa' better able to pay upan' that
that it is not safe to come in contact which led to this was the fact thata i(--and at this gathering the desiredsum basis of the increased freight rates ,
with them. I have already sold all forn1l.'r'pa tor of the church, one was secured.' The entire amount OF BUSY MERCHANTS "There are two courses through,
our property here And have arranged OF STEADY SERVICEBaptist who had during his pastorate won of rc-llcvtion! and pledges reached the which this relief\ can be granted. On ,
to come to your city-but these reports the love and esteem of all members, "pleasing aggregate. of J8.531.30. is a voluntary action on the part of'v
have worried me .so that we was to be present; and another The result of the day brings a Most Progressive Merchant Join in : the railroad of the country that are ,,;,,
shall wait a while either here or Pastor Resigns After Loaf cause was the understanding that an feeling of relief to the board of stewards handling this perishable freight-and
close by." Service Term Filled With Many effort was to be made to lift the and to the congregation generally The Offers Made For Bargains to.. they should extend the relief." The
It is a pity that stories of this debt of the church -as financial conditions have Be Given oa SaturdayThe I other is an enactment by congress. <
nature should be current. It is a Successful Accomplishment Rev. S. W. Lawler preached a been productive of much worry; and I calling' upon the Interstate' Com:' '
pity that such distorted tales shouldbe most excellent sermon and assistedthe there is n universal belief that the outlook now for a magnificentsuccess I merce Commission to take steps .1...*.
told 'so strongly as to be believedby In the Baptist pulpit Sunday morn pastor Rev. R. F. Hodnett in an accumulation of, this fund will be in the third "Dollar Day" mediately) to revise the tariff upon,. ,, p
citizens of nearby states.. And ing Rev. O. B. Falls read his letter appeal to the congregation for the productive oC greater activity in the which will occur on Saturday of this perishable products to meet the situatlon. -* '
again, it Is a pity that men like the ,'of resignation from this pastorate needed funds. It was explained that churoh and will bring. about a week I 1"-" most encouraging-and there, it.I Hot only detrimental to.
writer ..f. the -above letter shouldnbt which will take effect on Thursday, the gift of one thousand{ dollar I growth in membership and in will be found in the columns of The the11 producer of the perishable .foodi' ?'
take the time to investigate the February 10-leaving but two more from H. F. Pfann had been made strength. Gazette this week a host of bargainsfor stuff ,to* be subjected to excessive'and
Sundays; in which to nerve the congregation - -- ----- --- -- --- --------- ------ ----- -- *
assertions. made. That .there are the prudent buyers of all classesof exorbitant freight rates but 1n, is
some lawbreakers in Florida Is not He will leave here to FLORIDA SHOULD ADOPT DOUBTLESS BETTER WEATHER goods. Rarely has' then been a my opinion, it is detrimental to .the' '
.denied.' That there are as many in take the pastorate of the Baptist greater array of sacrificing offer In interest of the transportation com'
,this state as In other states, population church at Marion South Carolina, CUSTOM OF OTHER STATESThe WILL, INCREASE THE CROWDS any city of the size of Kjssimmee .panles. -. f,-r. :t "-
considered is entirely untrue. where there is a church building I or even in larger communities-than "If you discouragepan / hamper. ,,'
J That fewer tramps are in Florida {along most modern lines, an eXl'eli i South Florida Press Association Because' of somewhat unpleasant are herewith presented; and it will\ I production you curtail? e $.etivl-
than in any other state in America congre-gation-and in session at Bradbntown recommended weathpr conditions the attractions at be no difficult task to make purchases ties In any pa.rticular\lndu trv which 7i

is an assertion easily proven; and ass the passage: of a law by ..theatr: grounds, have not jn tv.,with I .on Satnday'which willJesuit; \ in famishes. business' to.the'transportatlon -, ,
s +.* rich field for the confidence man, is-a' substantial increaseover t e which 'minutes'' of comity conrntts- a jpawbnage'commensurate their the saving of many dollars. vAs companies,"-you' necessarily reduce -. sv"
,1'.J. preying upon his fellows from the 'emoluments of the local church. sioners .school boards and city councils -'worth thus' far, but there I is everv a rule the merchants of this the railroad tonnage and affect
SzJ f north. Florida is now. "secondratr" When Pastor Falls came from Bay. should be published as paid legal 'belief that better temperatures will city are! progressive! and alive to the business of the common carrier y
-owing to the efforts of the City. Texas, to Kissimmee in M iy notices for the benefit of the general rprevail today and tomorrow. If this their interests in every way. The I; was apprehensive when 'congreis.:
newspapermen throughout the state 1916, )he found the congregation public.. Why not? That the publicis 'shall be correct there is no doubt ofa dealers in some lines realize that enacted the present railroad law, es-* 1
to drive that class of people from worshipping in an antiquated building entitled to the information thus large attendance. Mr. Arms has just now there is a losing game be- pecially for,.the interests of my own-i
them. which was far ftom satisfactory, given[ is of course not disputed. That labored. steadily to give the peoplea ing played-but as their good are state 'that, it was authorizing rate.*;
The Georgian may feel entirelysafe with the church body lacking in or- the public wants it is certain. That series interesting races on Kis- paid for they conclude that it is bet- which would prove very detrimental.'
}' in bringing",hts family and his ,ganization. He at' V once laid clans'! abuses and bad practices may creep/ simmeeV half-mile track, and it is ter to sell at replacement figures at and serious to' our industries, ;monipartleularly
friends. tajKi'..1mmee-for,' once In- for a reorganization of thechurch I in where: there is not full publicity to be regretted that the opening days the present' moment than to carry a to- the citrusfruit Indus-,
'.... e tbeVJines of Osceola county, the membership-which included the as to the expenditure: of public mon were marked by the cold ''winds sift. stock which may deteriorate as time tries. I opposed the mea.uree..
.rt't''would be as safe -as If in th irIbwn erection 'of a new edifice; and so "acresoful I eyts'so well known. as 'to need no ing' down from the literally "frozen passes. It is with this end in view cause I feared the' rates' would. be, i
,C homes; .probably safer than was he in the .work that i stating.It north' The automobile and the that numberless offers are being fixed too high.'
there-where so many prevaricators within seventeen months the present may be argued that the papers motorcycle races scheduled for Saturday -' made for Saturday. Other lines of "Perishable' ". products have, to be'
are continually passing. handsome structure was completed. .I should print this information free afternoon promise to be most. goods which may be turned very placed upon the market 'at a 'given
This was done during the time of the for the benefit of their communities. offered sacrifice y
exciting. quickly are being at time. Theyhave to be offered ,forsale > ,"
.
SNYDER ADDS MACHINERY world war_nd it required courage I Every newspaper' in Florida now for the purpose of establishing when matured and cannot.b.
TO WELL-EQUIPPED PLANT upOn the part of the pastor' and ft does more free for its community EXCELLENT HEDGE PLANT friendly relations with a still larger marketed over an extended period, as' ,
I'strong co-operation upon the part of than, other business man jn these '
any clientele.: may be done with more -staple.1'' pro;;
FLORIDA
Because the work has proven satisfactory the congregation to bring about the communities. Type cannot be set FOR RESIDENCES I I It is to be hoped that trade will ducts.' Consequently you have an:

in every way the business. change for nothinir. Newspapers cost moneyto I especially take a trend toward those exorbitant and ex .lvetre.htra. **, ,
( For three consecutive! :years Rev. Is it not fair that the Cherry Laurel, a wild evergreen .
of the Kissimmoe i Dry Cleaning produce establishments the) proprietors of i your perishable products do not ,carry \
", Falls wan moderator of the.WeVrvaiRaptlgt public should stand this expense plant which grows In our hammocks, 'I I are'.
Wqrks has grown! to' the extent thatlujnore I general I which are sufficiently progressive I sand into the markets' where, they ti.
rved in' desirable
for Flori-
he ( hedge plant
Association then s a
; 7 Lake Wales Highlander.
demanded and Into the account of
machinery was ru.h"I sold increased price on
y _. i
da. The seed about the size
chairman of the executive committee are of merchandising sin .
'R. A. Snyder has just received the. as. of order that the the.excessive: rates.' _'The farmer; the;
, latest model Hoff-Man steam pres- ; and last October was elected COMES IGHT the common black cherry and are I advertisers may fully realize theValue 'fruit grower, Js willing to/pay ,fee* II F

i ser. This has been installed and is secretary of the association. lIe! won TO CONTEST IN BASKETBALLLast now beginning be to in ripen.the latter These seed of direct appeals. 'to the public. eon..le "'transportation.: charges, but;?
in operation each day-thereby enabling the title of being the beat association may gathered partof Those advertising txjday their bargains -, he does not November December and t
, 'r r' the place to turnojuVa. higher. clerk in the. thirty in Florida.In Friday the boys basketball or for the coming Saturday are to"the, common carriers.'" *,
.. grade and more perfect work in less August, 1919. Mr. Falls was one team of this high school won in con well should be planted immediately in in sufficient numbers and with.a V "I bring' the.matter,4o'. the.attend t+ "
time th.n'ln former 'days. Mr. Snyder of eight to organize the. Baptists of test ,with a like team in Orlando bv about prepared inch garden in soil. Sow them aufficient..varlety .to satisfy the most tlon of 'the' senate" ; belitvelng that'
15-inch
:} '. now 'declares that notwithstand the state for .the "Seventv-Five" MIl- a score of 36 to 14. and this evening one apart 12 to exacting-and. The, Gazette bespeaksfor : '.(Ine'a. ry
{. ing''the Increased 1"U.h.of. work garment lion'j* Dollar Campaign. Taking eight at eight o'clock will commence the rows and cover to'a depth of from them a\ large patronage along the end that< ffn'the railroads 'will'-nor
he made two one to two inches. Pack the soil
counties .as his quota '
v' are delivered with greater speeches! second game of this series*-when the seed.The'seedlings. lines advertised. voluntarily: cc-operate/with'.the, pro- .., '10' *W
and over ;
J 'than' ever before:) hundred twenty-one the team feels confident of ducera .of perishable foodstuffs'' pan* ...,
Osce9la BENEFIT' r'
'i" ,. promptness 0'" ,r and realized pledges .for" $09,1'15-8<< victory. It promises to be a hardfou&ht will come up somewhat AT THE CASINO grass "should' take some action that.-. "'t
, ,Six'hundred cars of wheat are-re record that was termed extraordlnay. : battle. Th'e game'' will i be irregularly' in, the spring and FOR UNDERFED CHILDREN will furnish''relief,..and 'that at; an;; +
,h .ported passing east through Regina, ', played! on the athletic grounds and should be given about the' same care early date. Both the, freight and pa*** w
7 J:;\ ad.! every 24 hours, Kissimmee Mr. Falls has not Be careful to keep down weeds and '
week'of December in of the Casino there is t '
j' public is urged to attend. tot revised'.downward.'' t !\.
twice each Sun- and stir the soil frequently to
only filled his pulpit grass be held on Saturday morning-of *" .. "
':' "i day (except,when engaged in revival conserve moisture. The plants. should week a special performance at which }rbTHE ' .
SATISFY '
TO AUDIENCES '
'CHAUTAUQUA" GOMES work in both this state and in Georgia be allowed to grow in' too seedbed low prices wiH prevail--and every COUNTRY' CLUB .
j ,
) but twice each 'month has he COMPRISING BOTH SEXES until December or January following. cent taken as receipts will be" turned

"' EARLY'' NEXT MONTH I;devoted and one to Su.nd.y'at'preaching Barton at, Campbell's Lake-, Incident] it ----r might not be amiss planting.The young plants are transplantedfrom over to Relief the management CounciL -The of the presentation European i IS "NOW :'b BosY :SPqT:' '

'each In the afternoon. He has eVer to state .that the presentations at the seedbed to the position is being given special, publi- : ,
been a busy man-..and. one that was the Casino' will have two features where the hedge ,is desired, and this city by the Mothers-Teachers. Club

;i .* THREE DAY PROGRAM clean in all -ways. next week thoroughly, en ranport position' should be well prepared and Mrs. Fripp and Mrs. Best are LINKS-1N'FINE'SHAPE;
x : There will be many in Kissimmee with the spirit of the times. Those aid fertilized. Set, the plants six to the promotingspirits.. The picture ; ,, ; r;
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""" I -even those outside the pale of the women who may bea bit worried eight inches apart and severely cut to' be shown at this performance -
it >1'Radcliffe Educator ; Will Appear vat' church-who will ..regret the departure early in the week will of course! back the tops. Careful watering and which is to commence promptly at Weekly TMrllam-t;:W"III' SoH' Commence : .r
Falls 'and family: to the picture on Monday cultivation during the spring and :
of Rev..X B. yearn see
"' ten o'elock". win be Mary Pickford.in ;
.,g- +; Metkodist' Church For Si* Entertainments yet the wishes of all will follow them. entitled; "What Is /Your Husband' early summer are necessary / "The Little Princess,"' a presentation .O. Tae Golf i!i Coarse WWcV:;' ...
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', Daring Three Day, to their new home:.' doing?" Later iri the week those men The plants should be shared after which will be pleasing. As. Never.'Wat':I* Better Co:dino Vl <
\) who have been henpecked and badgered reaching a height of 10 or 12 inches, low' rate of admission has been -
'; .j .. Arrangements have 'been completi 'GOES TO JACKSONVILLE and tormented by those who are most. of the shearing being done at very made and as all the receipts will be l :veryth'tng' i. going; ; '" : i
,b which the Radcliffe Chautau- not except they can be jealous the' top so as to cause spreading House-whlcb'' '' '
,, V i Jetf TO MEET:STATE ASSESSORS happy given to the fund to aid the starvingchildren the .tlme'-.t the Club. jrfl'
> 044'wl11. give'' its see'S of entertainments will\ ''not miss the pointers to be givenin says Professor W. L: Floyd; of the : of Europe there should.bean has been materiallyfmproved'slnelast ;' f
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in Klssimmee on Wednesday, -- --' Change Your Wife?" This Florida Agricultural College. Each .' s r
.. I. Barber of Os- "Why unusually large audience. reason.' :The ,building has beenri
assessor .
.; ",Thursday and Friday February 9- 'I William. Monday for will be shown --Wednesday.. shearing should lie. little higher 'thoroughly ,overhauled.newly roofed.f i.1,
,'lit and in place,of a tent'the Methodist ceola county, left on he to than the nr+ecedlng one, and when .FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT and -made "moat attractive and' asa. a
?r. .church has been 'secured to.'the Jacksonville attend the meeting-where of the-planned State- Au.sieve' Should Approve Gazette Pin the hedge 111 from 15 to 18 inches in I DIES AT LOS ANGELES result every room has been booked
.' accommodate the height lateral shearings should be .. '
ntoiV comfortably The association for the entire season. < .;
Association, _
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.t. audience. /<& .agreed the plan" of'BllIIe.a -Jhetvissimmee Valley Gazette has made. '. I Word has been received.announcing . considerable) outlay 'buv 0 ,
"Li... teen: chautanqua will preVint fonr- men ta .for the upon ensuing: ear and endeavored inaugurated campaign of silence in. The plant is very free from disease the de.th'of. COo H. Moody which been made upon the links,' Harry; r'
''numbers. during the six entertainments to make uniform: rate in its treatment of the ex-governor and insect attacks. It puts out occurred at his home in Los Angeles Hunter, declares that never have they, ,.. fi
given in these three days in a whom it charges with having further suckers rapidly and therefore, fills to which city he and his wife, remov been in better shape for real sport? ,.. ;
W.' -_and these will consist-of vocal*.ndM .every county Florida. political aspirations! in ,that he has in the space near the ground more ed when leaving Kissimmee some and each day the place ia'i ''a.rendes-"" +

M instrumental music talks and lecY . Read all I the "Dollar lDy" ads; intimated that he wants to go to completely than most plants used two years ago. Mr. Moody w....'.ix- voua for those who are lovera' of' L.
.../ turf a.1 The organization ofrynaf\ .. congress, hence this worse than for hedges. It is hardy and, I if given ty-seven years of age, and his'death what is rapidly becoming:; the Mtion-
o
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'h* the artists appearing here areja initt '''; -. -t = "damning with ..faint praise.". Thereare proper care, will grow to good hedge was brought about by a scratch from i r
,. -ts spoken of as V "A NationalrtrMVtitutf .i side of nw"jbell.; some people on%:whom l it has a size in two or three years after a rabbit which .he; was petting-he iSgTst'ered .fr:. this''' ttme"are'Mr -, '
; with a Purpose; and ' .exs\ ..T; The Radcliffe'chautauqua, with its terribly" ag&TavatinJi-effee =-the fellows transplanting. having taken up rabbit-culture to and !Mrs.\ Austin Belknap"of.Mimte-, -'"f

or' Community Building .t .# J'rfulenee of_.. fascinatingentertain- :who continually want the news-- while away his time. ,Mr; Moody .poUs; Mn. ,.Jamea..Neas;' Mr.; and.and' .
s#... adding;." f. .: Jrnent and irresistible interest trans peers to.."scratchthem where, they The Indialantlo Sales Companyhas will'.be remembered ..s. a devout Airs.:.Furionr, and .child," :and. %l
'".:'. -The;.peoplein the wof. '''!'.....;... I.t.e.the; 5 term,, ?The. Joy:'of:Living"' itch, the jfnost.?-Miami.'Metropolis: made, arrangements! to accommodate member of'the Methodist .eture..1 maid of Hamilton Ontario; .,M...."Jr' .. <
,:rfwerl4.Wort.b'Wbne.; Th ...iiJ.ft'i; from/tli*'language<;Of!f aney.'to*that r those who ""'lah''' to fly" and i is and. a 'man good in all ways.- Hilt Hunwr' and -Mrs.:.Lorne Some_ v
nlfleentvediflee, b,"'?._"bandsc of,genuine' human,,reality,' : ,/MJs'g; :'Mattle, Bene'H' rri. Is"expected advising in this Issue of The' Gazette body was broughtback to ,the old' vine\"of.! Toronto; while.., bookinebaYe'been"made -:; r + s
f .:immortal .genius' i I. interesting, .//Advance, tickets 'are being ''wld- '-to ,arrive. .in Kissimmee this that flights will be made on 'Sunday home .Zanesvill Ohio, .for burial, by parties: f rom.tho.., ' "taw
..,. ..':. -I" 'foremostd because ,of?,, tj>. that(those who have stood as sponsors evening' to remainfor a 'shorty tjlme from Klndialantic ;-The-S.. over accompanied'by.his wife. Nine childrenv'all northwest and from pohrta- -Cahadsi: 1"/', rr
Jnan story that it'tells,-; Not to//,beech .in, bringing, this serie. of. entertainments with' her parents, -Mr. and ''Mrs. W both ocean and Irdd.Tbe IUa-hu..ra married are .the-"remaining who :will-b..b.re'at. an earl/ dat..).1'.1' ;
...;jf fl V I*. with the world. and its finest to' \Kissinun.e-smay. be I. Harris. "'The visitor_will retort to be*, "twenty tnlnutea?.,'duration, near::; relatives., ,MrsAMoodrjwlll' > THe : season : promises to' be excel-1 x,
ht '&114 ."most skHful"-::'nd avo>* assured ;.of:-the, ,co-operation ,of lIthe Sundayyeing-to Winter Haven to and the,distanceswill' cover** 'large male her:.home at 654 Moxahala ave'syille lent at the. Club' U .u':"apa. .f .

m f is live.\;,outside ,of 'the earth Jof tea tr I II .I people.I'. r u; '. '.* .' .' ".,'' 1',..K* "-,, .,resume. "her ,school. duties.: ' 39 $nit; JT', ", ",<.*> ..'"f-'..**"- f I r 1 > "I' 1! ." , } ,'
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CORRECTS ODD ERRORS UNION ,CENTERNOTES. RUNNYMEDE\ LODGE I :

-' .Several e cars'ofVock.; have been delivered -, LUCKY:
CASINO A Miami Item: has been going theroun'de' I It U rumored that wHJin! belli to the stationat\ Runnymede :
of the that "Tony
"press ,will soon again ring in this neighbor. ,
Tommy, chief ,of the Seminoles," had hood '" ... 1 4ge this week and no time has
f been lost in placing the material 'on
bought an automobile, and t.hahe
: Mrs George Case,' of Tine' Castle
Wai the Drat Seminole to own or; wan visiting Her parents, Mr. and! the-approach from the railway station :
29 HIs
the ofthe STRIKE
January to property.
Saturday drive a car. Mrs W. J. Barber on Saturday. We believed that gates before .this weekends
We are reliably informed that Oils are always triad to Bee-Mra. Cue+ the work, will be c.ompleted.POLK .
is a* ,mistake. To W. Stanley Hanson and she was a great favorite when '
SPECIAL ATTRACTION of this city belongs the credit of having living: with' us. i" COUNTY PLANNlNGTO .51r
; taught the first Seminole 'John Dick Lawson made a flying trip ENTERTAIN EDITORSAt cigarette ,
Cypress (So-no-ya-ha-lec) to drive a to the east, coast last week. ;
car, a Ford; and Ingram Charlie George Overstreet .At Kis.immee. called of the county ,
a meeting
1 ; Virg Downard's Roseland Maids (K-fchuck-e-li-kee: ,) now a resident of has been In this place to buy tangerines I commissioners the appropriation of.. '.
Fort Myers was the first Seminoleto from W. S, Barber, . additional U mill for publicity purposes -
--' own a car, also a Ford.' Our popular mail-carrier, who ban was voted. $",000 of this to be !' '{
In Comedy Bill with Also "Tony Tommie"' Is not chiefof established a reputation because o' devoted to the entertainment of the <,. t:
a the Seminoles but head of the his obliging ways. Is rarely minute National Editorial) Association on its \ '.
Fort Lauderdal- camp of Seminoles. behind his schedule... visit here-iiri- larch Other funds :
Special Scenery and Music The Seminoles have had no chief .In Fred Harvey.'whohas, been on thr needed for'the expenses of the visit,
many years but Tommie Doctor of sick-list for some time, has recovered will be obtained by private subset'ip-
ENTITLED the Big Cypres division, is believedto sufficiently to take his old job in .
bo the head now in power. KI'%immee. tion.A county-wide meeting to make
There -: three ' Roy Smith, who has been workingat plans for the Polk itineraryand I
are divisions
"Mrs. Big Cypress county
Reception"It Parker's mill Maitland, ha
f. Vandergould's
, Everglades and Cow Creeks, returnedhome.. near entertainment of the. National Its toasted
"'. and each division has its head men Editorial Association 1./1./ being held
tv 'I Little Marvin Watson has p""ne to
or sub-chiefs. The Cow Creeks who at the city hall. At a county-wide
..t. :; consists of an Irish Comedy Bill, with plenty of Singing and't' constitute about one-third ofthe I Pierce to remain a week, and Seth meeting held in Lakeland last week
Dancinf. Entirely Different from Tuesday and Wednesday Seminoles remaining In Florida,I Barber is spending the same lengthof plans were outlined for the editors' :
at
speak Mus-ko-gee, and the balance time! Narcowsee.j visit here. and the meeting today is .
'J There will be only one Vaudeville Saturday Night, but the Picture speak Micco-son-kee an intirely distinct to complete arrangements :1
BLIND MUSICIAN PLANS
language to complete arrangt>m..ntll.--Bui-tow
will be shown before and, after the Acts
Record.
,. ,. Let i us keep history straight. The CONCERT,,. FOR KISSIMMEE _._
above -' -
t' facts were obtained from W. -
/:' PICTURE STARTS{ 7:00 VAUDEVILLE STARTS 8:38 X Stanley Hanson, who has lived here C. A. Dawson a blind musician of .'.OO"O+OOo-OO- OO "'!
hR\ t; practically all of his life and proba- reputed high ability who Is now tour'
: bly knows as much or more about ing the state will appear at the Os- '
: J .... PRICES 25 3S 50 CENTS the Seminoles, their haunts in the reola high school next Thursday evening New Machinery Installed "
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Evergladts, and their customs and in a concert from which the -
"OOOU'UOO-OOOOO'OOO"OHMOU O OOOOOH> relations than any other white man' school expects to met a stated per- '.J
,l'. in Florida.-Fort Myers Press. f'e' of the receipts Mr. Dawson, __ t'A
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IIr ..+vV- Ii'partment of the school, and will be Increased business because of excellence of work ,
; I assisted by Miss Grace Winn, of lo-
cal fame as a remarkbty clever read- - has (forced us to add additional material to our
'" er. Miss Winn is a graduate of the
; I Information Furnished Gratis At >I Florida Mr. Dawson's State College program for will Women.be varied ;r. plant and the latest thing in lie I way of I

and will embrace both the classics ,

+t.w catering and to well-known all tempt'raanf'ntO-and melodies!-thus A HOfr-MAN STEAM PRESSER ;

his reputation in various foreign

> foreign countries us well as the en- now enables us to do still better work and more of it. We should a'
tire territorv of America stands
very high. Ills numbers will be on be pleased to have you call and examine rt and at the same %'
CASINO the piano and the Italian accordion oIur ,
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_II well as vocal selections.The time, bring in your work that we may prove claims. :

entertainment> will Commence Perfect Work Always Guaranteed. Let r
at. eight o'clock next Thursday ev-
ening.FIRST. Us Supply You A Tailormade Suit ;



..V LM GREAT HIGH-CLASS AUCTIONOF REALTY : ; Kissimmee Dry Cleaning Works : : ;

COMES TO KISSIMMEEAt
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R. A. SNYDER, ProprietorStewart ,
b
y one-thirty o'clock on the coming ' '
Arcane PHONE 49
-MONDAY- Thursday afternoon will take
place in 'KissimMee a novelty in ita
008< .ooo.otOt.oo..o.oooooo-ooo-oooo o..o
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fine-a genuine auction of realty
holdings. The advertised list includes _. .

ii I Douglas McLean arid Doris MayIN I and vacant there lots has and been handsome nothing I listed homes-but

what is most desirable in every way.
Merfsrs. Boyte & Simmons are
*' ,.showing their belief in the future of Kissimmee Grocery !
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Kissimmee, and in the faith and
Rre d foresight' that others may possess
t by going to considerable expense in (Formerly Groceteria)
this introduction sale. There will be ... ..
reI "What's Your Husband ? ' music and there will be entertainment OUR BUSINESS IS -
: Doing -merely to give test to the NICELY INCREASING AS THE PEOPLE OF

sales? and there bids fair to be a KISSIMMEE ARE APPRECIATING THE EXTREMELYLOW

large gathering in attendance duringthe PRICES WE ARE MAKING AND THE Y
day.
Upon the success of this initial COURTEOUS TREATMENT WE ARE
/ Of course there are lots of women who don't want to sale much depends. Once the custom EXTENDING
has been established,; once Kis-
know what their husbands but those who simmee Tthall get into the habit of

',/' are doing, -doing and'as shall hAil even been done go ahead in other of. other cities For, Saturday: "Dollar Day": we ']. '


'.',; have' I" curiosity can gratify it at ,the Casino Monday, spirit records of; once push there and .pluck'''is. a and genuine trust plan making a "Special Reduction. : r':

and thrift developed-and Kissimmee -
January 31. shall commence to rapidly grow. ON THE PRICE OF EVERY ARTICLE WE HAVE IN 'STOCK

And every buyer of a tract of property WE HANDLE. THE BEST OF GROCERIES, VEGETABLES, ,
I on Thursday next mav rest as-
sured that within .a large AND FRUITS
a year percent
I$ If your wife gets sore with you after she finds out of profit will legitimately come; -", --=: "
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to him.

[f \, *what you are doing here Monday, January 31 well, Made a nit With Him KISSIMMEE GROCERY( ;

.
E. REMINGTON, Proprietor :
1 you had better come to the "My wife has-taken your medicineand 23 Broadway I;!'

has been wonderfully benefited.For ."
over four she has had OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Oo-O O.OOOOOOOOO"O.'
trouble with boating and could
A scarcely eat any food because of this
= I condition. Doctor's medicine did not I o't
t Casino Wednesday February 2 help her and an operation was advised. ,'
: Her brother who is a druggist .
sent her a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful ;
< .kl' I Remedy and it helped her at i
'.' V once. I cannot praise your medicine

'j and gather information to combat) her with; when enough.preparation" It that is removea a simple the harmless catarrhal -INSTANT : INSTANT INSTANT '1':,,,
;
JNfc I, mucus from thl ,intestinal tract li + ) ,
you 'will see and allays the inflammation which 'Oifl1M iOSTUM ; POSTUM ,''
; causes practically all stomach liver \
t ,
including ..'a aavgaot. A atvuoc,.., ... ; .A. BCVERAOK., '
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and intestinal ailments ap- rM.., _M.__ 1 ''M..4 i. tl ...,rrr '
pendicitis. One dose will convince or M.r- N /: I M.W.-- ' i W.r.Md.Y- : f
I 1 refunded. J. Z. Roberson and W n..t.-tr..lfew.q
1 Your Wife" money druggists everywhere. .w..ri... , '!t 'n-" , ..y 4r ....
..f Why Change PERTAINING TO CHURCHES MI Mgr r.I.i .

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St John's (Episcopal). Church '

Rev. L. K. Klrkby Rector
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4L 'f. _. -.- 10:00: a. m.-Church school. i \'Ij
;++:'*: *-+: *:*:+.: t:, +:"*++:+:+:+:++:+:+:+44: .:+4*++:+:*:+:*:+:+:*44:+:4:++:+:+:+: :+:+: *:+:+:+: *<:I HIGHWAY SHOULD BE II 11:00 a. m.Divine the worship. Theme with \j
pastor.
by
: -To#;a SCRAPED AND ROLLED '"Quiet sermon Giving." '

.r ''tSpecial : Grocers Used To
Wonder
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Very deep ruts are now found in Christian Church j
: that portion of the road to Saint .
''I( .. Cloud lying within the city-in some Rev. W. II. Coleman Pastor. why some of their tea and 1
:, cases so deep that with low .
cars :
: i, clearance scrape their pans when 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. coffee trade switched to \ **'

low prices on .. making the run. The street dcpart- 11:00 a. m.-Sermon. "
everything
11' ment of Kissimmee owes it to the 7: Sermon. / -
: people to run a grader over that I A welcome for every 6'dy--espe- INSTANT POSTUM -'I}
: ., in our store section of the highway and then'roll cially strangers tf
.: t't-; \ : 'the short distance; in- thia way the '
IN KISSIMMEEMAY
ruts be taken TOURISTS Many of them understand
can out at a low figure. now 'i
.
(Dollar Day ", Saturday In this way, also can there be a general USE FINE GOLF COURSE ,
: levelling oft of the refuse that hey Postum in their -
.... I'I has been dumped along the side of All Kissimmee visitors who are use own
: -II. January 29. : the road-rendering conditions far lovers of golf should not overlook the families and find. a big gain, in !
) more satisfactory.An fact that immediately joining the f
.
.' effort has been made by Mayor city on the Tampa highway may be health and some economy; 1
'Ii. .r. : Cadel to secure a sufficient quantity found a very good nine-hole golf
with
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of cinders from the railway to make course.,. While some of the greensare :
a surface that would be a great 'improvement not yet in the best of conditionthe
' . : ; but there are so many fairways are superior; to many a.ReasoJ1, For ,
: H. GRANTHAM demands for this material' for use golf cou r.es. The charges for playingare .
'J- . C. : : upon the grounds of the railway that but Sixty: cents a day-about on** Postman instead of cofFee
(,: ) no definite promise as to when a sup third the prices prevailing throughout .
... I ply might be furnished could be se the state; and the links are opento .Mad\y B shim Cereal Co Inc, Battle Oreek.Micb.
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,. ', ;-0 . : cured. Until these cinders can be both tourists and to Ideal resi-
', '-' .I.ii .-A had the roller will be found to greatly dents-membership in the club not
.. .. .... ., \. "\ .' being held essential! to those who
I improve present conditions.
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"'"' '..! ,'",.h'' .'...' J). . .1 ;.<.., ': i love the game. *

.' t 'nAI"MI":;:; t' :.t"" j'..;. .:/' !_t.'f;..... "J < 1Jrr"I : The Chin_ have a peculiar reverence The largest old-style cannon of the
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"r": A THREE-DAY \WHIRLWIND' OF THINGS i ,WORTH\ ,WHILE .j.jl" .,, H4. p ATronNJTtLAW,$; A.outh.: OFFICES VANS. Orange!: AGNEW, Avenue.. '. \ \,' i. '



4J' YEAR 1921-'I' t goes ford '. la the only creature who Orlaado. Florida

i '... TilE I reveals itself as', a Year MAN at ommand.the full mus f''
qror Home Address <
# .of Great Events.. scale.. Gain' new and Winter Park, Florida f

t. N.w Men and New'Ideas' are..coming -' ilRadcliftci broader acquaintance with the pleasures

f:. a :'forward every day., ,' tw 'and benefits this,great-gift con.

: New artists; are demonstrating the fefs. Listen through the mind and'
ARRESTED ENGINEERS'HEARING
r powers,,;of American Genius. New heart of an artist." I
IS POSTPONED
r.. songs have been tomposed. New
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stories are being: written. New Because of the failure to comply

thoughts are inspiring men, women YOUIt with the apeI'd' law as laid down by'
t' the city authorities of Klisimmee
and children .to new efforts And
ideals. will prevent a lonely hour. several engineers of the Atlantis' 1
Coast Line, were placed under arrest
1.... The Radcliffe Chautauqua System last week, and the cued were set for
is finds itself equipped as never before Monday-rwhen each of' the offenderswas +

to bring its enthusiastic and.4I' to be in the municipal court The
loyal,
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lessen";
city council took "
to he""
Nearly all cretltvrenatural his-
enormous clientelea""Felfof the ; I speed at which trains approach: the
i work and play of the world as it is tory declares, are in some degree local station, and so informed the of. ;k

.J now going forward. Within a period mimics. None but man possesses ficlals' of the railway; but they Informed j d I '}

of six years, the Radcliffe 'Chautau the mimetic gift to the degree qf the I the council that It seemed
impossible to bring about- the low a
Actor's Art which makes it a" perpetual
f qua attendance has creased from a rate of speed designated, because of
r total of twenty-five thousand to delight to study and reveal the I the fact that engineers could only

more than 'four million. From seven characteristics of our fellow mortals. with difficulty "make up" along. the

t: ty-three towns in 'three states, the The Radcliffe impersonators show (I road the time thus lost.
r Officials of the visited
railway
i?_ I increase has been to more than fifteen Interesting and fascinating types i Kissimmee and conferred with members i''
hundred towns in from the diversified walks of man. '
forty-one of the council prior to the time +
)I: IItate ., There could be no more convincing kind, who linger-in memory as genial (I set for trial" and ;j: >Ians were formulated

i,. evidence of the merit and tf and cherished acquaintances by which the exactions of the i
'' r city could be satisfactorily met. That
charm of RadolilTe, Program. 1) being the 'case the order r
TAKE A FRIEND OF THE IMAGINATION for postponement
of the cues wete given;

The human being l is described by HOME WITH YOU postponed Indefinitely." or until t
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such time as there shall be flagrant .
science as the only animal that His droll but accurate philosophywill inattention upon the part of the men

!laughs come to your relief in a moment;} at the throttle. The residents of '
When you laugh with a Radcliffe -X of perplexity. Kissimmee dislike to see any disagreement -
Program Man 1L between 'the railway and ;td
you laugh as a at
M the city-at the same time there are
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something you can repeat and describe I I several dangerous crossings, chief

without question as to its among which is that located at the
taste Mach mill, which may be the scene
I SS4t The People of_the World make the of some casualty to those who are
TAKE A LAUGH HOME WITH YOUIt World Worth While. The most magnificent not accustomed to the highway ,

will make you a congenial edifice reared by the handsof I
FORCED TO LOCK DOORS
neighbor. Immortal Genius is interesting,
DURING OPENING DAY
first and foremost because of the I dt

Man i is the highest development in Human Story that it tells. Not to The rush for goods at the Kate

the scale of animate nature. lie i is be in touch with the World and itaFine'st sale on Tuesday was unprecedented

the Reasoning Animal. When you Thought and most Skillful -and the total sales went in excess

s listen for a thought, let it be a good, t! f T ., ,, Endeavor to is live outside of the ;of the most sanguine expectations of '
t i I the proprietors. Although additional
big thought, soundly verified and ute Earth; outside of Life itself. clerks had been engaged for this
I
tered by an orator who knows what week .it was found impossible to
he is talking about, and how to say The Radcliffe Chautauqua, with its 'supply the demands of those flocking! >
opulence of fascinating entertainment i from all portions of the county to ,
it. and irresistible interest trans I{this establishment. and several times

TAKE A THOUGHT HOME "ast lates the term, "THE JOY OF LIV- ] through the day it was found necensary -'
to close! and lock the doors till
WITH YOUIt ING" from the language of Fancy to' I the crowds had 4jeen waited upon

will aid you in your bu iness. that of Genuine Human Reality. and the goods rearranged Especial*
Iv was the "white goods" department,

i KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 9. 10 AM) 11. SEASON TICKETS 2.00 CHILDREN $1.00 flooded with were business given: -hard but work all departments to..

L .J: J : : : ; !; care it for was the a wants happy of goodnaturedcrowd the patrons.Yet .

. .. .. that filled the place. The

I sale continues throughout this week" .
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I MASONIC GRAND LODGECOMPLETES (1 I disbursements should make their returns KISSIMMEE RESIDENT f 4

ITS SESSIONThe on the basis. of actual receipts, HURT AT HAINES CITY. I
(
I I I but farmers who keep complete ac- to

ninety-second annual communication [counts and who take inventories at Randall K en, whose home. ia .on .. I
the and end of the
beginning
tot 1
of the Grand Lodge of year Adderhold street, Kisslmroee, butfwho
determine their should
--- i Masons of Florida completed its sea- profits report is l employed on the railway at(,
the accrual basis. Both methodsare
,jslon on Friday in Jacksonville with ,Ion I Haines City, was severely hurt onu }
1040F
f. the installation of officers for the fully explained on Form obtained Tuesday in the switch yard at, that
which be {
current year. The elective officers I I copies of may place. A freight car backed at av'
from the offices of collectors of- internal -
were: rapid rate, it is stated, and a car
.' Charles H. Ketchum, Key West, revenue struck a handcar wlilch was ;thrown
I. '1, j ft grand master from the rails him. As "'
directly
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upon
: .
THE UNIVERSAL CAR ,,,' ;, ;'f'j'' R. W:, Lamer G. Carter, Mayo, LOW FARES PROMISED a' rgsult Mr Keen Buffered a dlslo-, .. ..
.. c .""t''c- (/t l5>r. rIi/:!: deputy grand master. TO SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR Gated hip and many minor bruises** '
'' 1.'\ ;. "I'" R., W., John L. Hall,,Jacksonville, ,- some of them extremely painful*;'
.". 'I>,;c1".l'l'.' i !.; Ford"SedanLIE : I R, W., Henry Robinson, Jacksonville with special sailing dates, will be offered immediately' following the' accident! .
The treasurer.R. from all points in Florida and .in an unconscious condition. Several
W:, Wilber P. Webster, Jack- extra equipment used In transport- 1 physicians were called to the suffer1' .
sonville, grand secretary. I I linfr the crowds. I er, who is now reported resting,
,J.., Ford Sedan quite naturally i il in larger demand. every year, and now with Wilber Page Webster is entering The array of free attractions, 15 In fairly comfortable. '
upon his twenty-fifth year at that number, will be the finest vet shown I
;. ,T the prewar"prices, without any 'sacrifice of the high quality .of materials, post and received the congratulations in Florida, including daredevil aviation HERE ARE GLAD TIDINGS a
of all members of the grand stunts, record auto racing on
and excellent reliability of workmanship comforts and conveniences, the FOR THE AUTOMOBILISTNOT
'lodge upon his l long and continued the famous half-mile track, horse
and while itself the time is success. Mr. Robinson has served races and other thrilling events. YET, BUT.SOON, ,
Sedan is the car of cart, a luxury in at same a necessity,
\ forty-four years as treasurer, and I The pageants of Ye Mystic Krewe
'0 costing less than the ordinary touring car (except the Ford) its value cannot bet Marcus Endel passed his forty-sixth 'of I Gasparilla, Nobles of the Mystic Prices of gasoline h.ve.been'. re-v--
f year as past grand master i I Shrine and other organizations prom- ,duced by the Standard Oil Company
equalled. ise to be unusually brilliant, and the and in Chicago that fluid is. sellingin
Price 60c: at all dealers. Don't ame in the case with social functions some cases five cents less than' a';

II Any of us will be pleased to lake your order for a Ford Sedan, assuring you simply ask for a kidney remedy-get I to be held in Tampa Bay hotel week ago. Tank ,wagons are" selling i
Doan II Kidney Pills-the same that and American and Latin clubs in the the stuff at from 25e to 27e,' while/ ,,
-,} of as prompt delivery as possible, and the further guarantee of comfort through the Mr, Chauncey hp.d. FosterMilburnI '''city kerosene sells there at 16e.' No ad-,

., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Friday, February 4, will be "School I vices of a cut have been received. In
t efficient after-service which is always at your, command. We are all equipped! with I I Day," and all school children of Klusimmee., ,

the latest up-to-date machinery; with skilled Ford mechanics;. and with, the genuine BLANKS NOT DIFFICULT Florida will be admitted to the '
7 FOR MAKING FARM RETURNS grounds without charge. Other special
rf.. Ford-made parts, to that we can keep your car as good as gold, so far as service is I days are:
I I Thursday, February 3.-Aviation nitwwiir
i' Thousands of farmers whose net r
: .; concerned, every hour in the year. Day.
Income for 1920 equalled or exceededthe '
Fanners' I Ifxs
Saturday, February
1: ; We solicit your orders. If you are going to have a closed car this fall we believe exemptions of $1,000 for single Hay; ALWAYS
'f' Monday, February 7-Gasparillaand '2fjreantii' BEST
t t: the Ford Sedan is your best investment. Won't you call in and talk it over, per-sons, Press Breakfast Day. Now BETTER than ,
fore March 15, 1921, income tax returns Tuesday, February -Governor's: I ,
!d' or let us give you a demonstration ? for the year 1920. Day: r ever BECAUSE "

,I, As an aid to farmers the Bureauof ,I Wednesday, February 8.-Mexico 1bey ere now made of
Internal Revenue has prepared a ,
Steel
Day. Keystone Copuer'J
special form, 1040F, for recording '
r sales of live stock, produce," and a |, Day Thursday, February**,v 10.-Shriners .. E&i esD"SlE" IMrd, '
I P. TIMMONS 51. .
; This summary form of should income be attached and expenses.to thetaxpayer' 1 Saturday, February 12.-Tampa Md O 4iT41100Gi ROOFING 6 FOUMMC

Day 0AI- },
.
individual return on Form U.chlldren'aDay.
Friday, February
h"r 1040 or 1040A. Full instructions for !4
t Authorized Ford and fordson Dealer
!making out the forma are containedin I
t1 each. 1ULCANILtNCr

KISSIMMEE; 'r FLORIDA Under gross Income a farmer is '
required to include all proceeds de- THAT ;.THESEFOIKS :
,. lived from the sale of farm prpducts : '
"v-,- whether produced on a farm or purchased IS AN ART - HAVE
for resale. When he
exchanges -
: '! his for clothing UfVRNCb: BV
: -. -- --- --- products groceries, <
I or other merchandise he must j )(- t
KISSIMMEE MINERAL WELL I gratulated, and it would be a fine plished. Include In his income the value of :
'I' a' BECOMING WIDELY KNOWN thing to have the fame of these waters I As soon as the lumber can be secured the articles received end exchanged- "J

,... advertised sufficiently so that there will be arrangementsmade Profit received from the sale of farm
persons afflicted with such disordersas at the well by which complete I land or rent received for the use ;
by The wonderful properties- the would be relieved or cured by the I baths may be taken as the water thereof must also be included.In $9HEArtt
...aters from the well of Charles use of the same could avail themselves ,I flows-and it is then believed that I determining hi'i; i income, upI f 5
r lie-, of Kissimmee, are eliciting inquiries of the opportunity. I should additions will have to be Immediately Ion which the ta\ .s assessed, the 1:4DrrsTRALUPUJl,4
from various sections of the like to hear from you regarding your made in order to accommodate the I farmer may deduct all necessary expenses -
country, and there promises to be a plans." number that become patrons. Numbers -I I incurred in the operation of
.N large amount of favorable publicity Replies'have been sent to all inquirers are now taking the water Internally his farm during the year. These Include .f
in 'the vety near future that will redound and an offer to send a in small doses with apparent cost of cultivation, harvesting, I
k to this city and county. quantity of the water to those who excellent results; yet the efficiency and marketing, of his crops the cost
tl One of the latest letters received would give a fair trial has been of the waters along this line has not of seed and fertilizer used' amount I 1I

r making inquiries of this well) and the. made. Local people are already buying been given a complete trial. spent in repair to farm buildings I : ,

..,crater therefrom Indicates that a quantities of the water and there other than the dwelling and to fences 1
\ ',;Pennsylvania capitalist who Is considerably will be many testimonials regardingits A bad wound, burn or cut should and machinery. The cost of farm I
interested in Osceola coun- efficiency before the public. Thus be cleansed of dirt or impurities and tools used up In the course of the

;ty hat .become enthused by the ac- far these statements of approval dressed with Liquid Borozone year, wages paid to employees other
.. .. coanta published in The Gazette, and have been limited in number because heals the flesh with marvelous soeed. than domestic servants, and, rent
'"JBj-dlctfr.that l great things will foU, but few have "tried out:" the excellence Price $Oe, BOG and $1.20. Sold byRoberson's paid for farm land and buildings
:" BtI>. successful! exploitation of the i of the Kiisimmee Mineral I PhariQaey.Compulsory (other than dwelling) are deductable .
"
Cleiw\ From his letter is quoted: I Well; but those who have been bene- I items. "
!,r ,.v, Iwyoji hart what The Gazette fitted or cured of their ailment area I military service of 18 Farmer who keep no records or

I'4aya you hare.,you ought to be ,coni unit in praising the work accom months is now a law in France. only records of cash receipts and I "'" _, > ._ ,

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..I Fad:<>>: THE JOSSIMMEE :VALLEY,,GAZETTED FJMDAY.', JANUARY 281Itzt:

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...Ioyd\ d II. Funk R. '0. Oulce. James brandt. William El.*l.t Henry L.. Oreratreet. J. K Sharpp, A. J. Silt.
H. HIIlan1. F. U. Harvey. H. M. Kat. I'ada-ett, C. J. Kothrookf.I't.. WaUcer.. A H. McKay F. M. Eilrlc?, C. U, Arnold,
1", H.-wwaon. Irred.Lot'enstJ.'W.. Mil Joel Tyson, Jack Simmons W. H. H, H. Fertiq' Ri V. Fhllllfm. L.emStepk.n. 666 y
ler, B. C. Miller, A. J. MoDonoua-h Mann, W. W. PartinVllllam Mllar.: .. J. A. Harvey O. K. tia*, ,.
1 M. H. Porter 1* K. Haitla H. V. Partin. .! George C. Miller, W. M. Campbell' B. Grant Bass. Noah Smith, A. J. -Story.ttlchurd .
J. C. Prentl. 13. d. kollft p. A. H. Guy U. F. nor., L Tlndall. H. J. Uaunlntc C. J.. A.Mennlek .
Slroup W H. Sullivan Lyman Ald- Hancock, J. M. Kubank; A. H. Him J. l>. ' ..... "L.lHrath. '
f rich. II. H. A u It man. KIrby Smith: M mon. A. 11. HmUh, C; H. Padtcett, U. J. 8. Uronnon A. N. : J. H. will break a Cold,,fever and Crippq J
I. t< out. 1* H. Tre**. L. M. Whldden U. Hancock .'
Haven. B. A. Pat. Uronion I. H. Raughnlah6 P <(<1 Cro-
111 .. KATZ' T. J. Woodalh u. H. Woodall. JI( M. ten, H.. W. Star. Walter Broninn J. mart) C. A. Oat.ret ?' H. F: MuklnKOn! quicker tha.'anTtfcjn:|: ws know, pre:
Rh'r Q. Van.1tn'lt Beth H. Ilronaon Lester' (I' range A, N. M. M Ovcratiect, N. I. Hronaon. Al '
;
Tlon. J. B.: ; : .. J.. lironnon, u.: C. Uronaon F. A.: Uahh.) : fred Bronvon. D. M. luivln. I.cwln venting pneumonia. /"
1*. Heave, U..rlY.. Vflr.VIla. U. 1,). Clellond..Cain Acre.JW., .ft Johnson. J. O. IAn fir, Raymond I.a> r ;
Porter K. A. Meyer J. W. Mlllnr, ,Jr., 1.. Hrron.on. nl.r, Kirby lanlery. II. Uinler.vertn ] .uNml -
It. U. Libby William Louis Lang' R. John Coll 1I.r1, T, Hraurhty. I. M. tanlrr, H. I., ) --l, Aaron The fabrication of *tv artificial, *''jl
a. Johnston. M. I.inler, J. .r, J, J. iamb, Wade; Heaven.J.. U. Mylvebier.' P. J. 1Jaluy, eye I
Johnnton Lester' Ivey.. W. A. 'lugeyH. Lanler. '1'. J. J ttmtt. 1>. H. MAnahAn, R. Coy Heaven. H I.1 fllpferI. involves' ''fight' distinct proVesses.l !J''

J. V. Han.ell. K. 'HIlllaVdY J. W.Gbodman --_--. .. '" .,
M. D. Alexander K.; K. HUM. -. -- -- -- _ __ _ _. J'i,
Nathan\. J. Urxan. N. C. llry4n, H. A.
now.llb.1. R Uoyd. James C. Hurkle. .'
Sale V. Cobb, Jr,, J. M.
January .n.lt.
Crafton, : Clay, A. U David- :,
son J. C. Dibble, Canon Farmer, K,
C'lirxve. J. It. Ur."..*. Jr. F. 1'C Oil-
bert ..1. J. urirnn. It. M. Hamill U, :
U Hammock, T..1. Jy..,.. H, J. Johns, ,
1 A. K "KrIU! J. A. lalncasl.r K, L SEEDS 1
Lesley M r' T. U. il'(mvley.. : J
Henry T. Newtoni.. R. Nelson Ernest,
f CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT M. Oliver James *\" Oliver. JriinliiKr.
It ('revs t. Roy U Ktarblrd. Ueorge T.
Mlnireltark, ', !..>'le. Story, J. W Thomp- , )
on. N. H. Ulount, A. C). Jin".. A.V..
) n Crosby. \\'. ":. ICuhanka. William H. ;
Kcnipfur It. |1. iii-uck. Hurt Hi.van. H.C. .
|iarna. ,I' ('. Bryan II. \\'. noy.....
It <'. Iabnr' M I:. Croxton. M I II.Caiil UNITED SEED STORES.
.<-r, 1'. N. Clark. I,. 11 Durham, 10:.
The market is advancing U ".nncll, H T Kanaler J. M Onril-
every tier, J. t'. Irlffln K \*. GoldstoneV H. Han In. Clark Hi.well. Haines City Polk County Florida !
K. N. Johnson Jr.V, H Joln.-i. W. .
day and this sale is an opportunity H. J.....'.. e II Iamb, H. T. LlirhtHvy.W (The Gateway to the Scenic Highlands) ,;:

.M. halo. II. It. May. C. K MrAlllHt -, r ,.
Lee K; .
< i Neill. A. Neliniin. S.

which those who miss will Holict W (Priither.....", A. Jolly T. 8nodltr.C PadKelt..... J.J. MHmllh. Z..
Yoiintr Tlndnll.1 A. K Thulium. Have- Them
:1. W .1 \%'. sC.-rv.-it, (1. W. neatly t .1. |l. We :1
Crimliy, I.. A. Coletnan. K. II. Hnrt.llllHin .
\\' H, Knlg ht Yulee Hnulerson.- :
always regret. It. 1. Story J. ft DoneKJMi. VUlor M.
Hill: J. C. +ynoh. ICnorh Tynon.V AA : ;
.
.. 1920 Northern Crop Just Received :
.
i'row unillh, OK.i UI. h. George "'.
Hullers, Aaron HHSH, Jciitpph ""..... FM "

Clill.l.TH. 'Hlake.: J Clarence. A. MrCnrlh\A.; llalli-y.. C? 1.J'JohnV.Gavle.. c.ardea:1:: : ::: E-ield.: F1ower: :
\\'. T. Eckley: T. N "Farr. Ira Keriru- I

-, ,.n.-.-II.J'lr' C Fr.Doyle Hartlev; : U K.r'.I..j;.. !Mike 1'il.THon. JV. I.onir. C. Z. l.lpliltioott I' "
M I. Stanley ..u.uuuu' 10.00fintide Wllllnm AdiitiiH I4iw
THESE BILLS WERE PAID HJlvenliT" _____un_ __ IttOO Sum !McHculh. I. H H..rl. <. Ohion
\ BY THE COMMISSIONERS Tom Johnson -. _'n 10.00 outlaw I. C Middle. It. n It.SP"'I Sets Seed Potatoes Just Arrived
Mm Wllllnnm ___ ______ 10.00 1''. It KinneJulin, F Dunluln
MlHH l.i hill( Tlxuopxoil, 1000 'TliKlnll M SlmmntiK, CV. "
At the last meeting of the county Mary HU>.UKC u -_ 10.0(1Mr ( .I Kiililkln.: l I'an A. Smith. M I. TltiJnll. Pratt's Stock Remedies and Teaks Dr. LeGear's Stock Remedies and Tonics
.commissioners these bills were allowed Tode IVtf-non ._- .-_ _-. 1000 J. Spencer. THim.. John Nf T\'non. ,, '
and puid.s Commissioner' sal- MrNI l.>nn* ______ .n__ SIM) John II ,VrniHlroiiK. Jahn1' Iliirlx-r. Pratt's Poultry Remedies Dr. LeGear's Poultry Remedies !
Mrx1 Hronnori . .. 5.41(4( A Baas. Homer Base Edgar I'
., aries--John H. Baisden $14; E. L. Samuel. Montadot'a _-_- .-_-.-.-,. foil Jon H Harbor, 1.. U. nn k..... A. K BII..I)| Poultry Supplies la ecticides. Spray Materials Dips and Disinfectaats Pyrex :
D. Overstreet, $5; J. M. Hansen, $5; K H Krn\on __ _-.____u.-- looo .rer. II. .\.I I Coble, J. K. Conn. .
.
)V. Baas MTM M Smith ..E-. -- 5.00 l>u\ln, K tt. Nekley, IIV.. 1') J. H Sale V B Amour's Fertilizers .
I H. Wetherbee' $5 A. $5; I
; Julia JernlKan : .. __ =-- ==: Boo: KprKtiKon S. K HtorvV. P. T ....n. IUtnrrnl I
W. G. McClelland, $14; Kissimnieo Jane Clements u. _. -_ li:<'(0 I llivrl.er Waltr Irte, It R
Light and Water Company, $2! .10; Mrs It O lvliiKKton _.. Ron Morgan. <** II Johnson ('. M Levi 1. A.
H. C. Stanford ;; Frank ":"Rn.. _... u . n.00 It.Me llll.( o. N. "ee. C C. Newton J. ,
.Dr. C. E. Dunaway, $65; H Tlllls _, ._uu _-. rio I T. :MHIIII F! O Nlrkoln. H, .T I1111e-I I ;
convict supplies, $102.5i(;; I). II. III! VOIII"r -.,-_ -- _____ f..00 ------------.------ ---.----=== _ ---_n' ._ _.____ _-_- __ _, - __ _ __.. __ .' L"/
Manahon, $5; Timmo'H, pay- Mary Klnr . ___._. ._ __ S,Oil, ;
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Ford Itoput) HhrrlffK. for H....... KlrrflooJohn .
ment on $268.92.JHORE :
Md-hatter ___ u I lI.on
I r' J II Uronm . u fi\ no ,
COUNTRY PEOPLE Will Allen r. no se.1.250
1 41 W Hiirher __ I 17'"MI SeL102 I.r1ti.baTi.&l1siiup..t
IN
THAN CITY PEOPLE
H H Elerly 4.no Nalsp
F'RIn7 # 7'7_ t'7) JUH 121920
THIRTY-THREE STATES J K SunimviMcl fI; oil AT )
Bp"1 ultntc 'li nu wurtrn M __ n __ -
,,101.1' Tluon . .. 41,11, "-0.... tlq
j In the forty-eight ;state there are A 11 Sullivan , 41111 rw tocanr'f: urtbAlhtnfirNal unul i\anlt ..
thirty-three in which the populationof \'cnncr and Sftw\cr Huppllcn 0.151V t4. __ f

the country ill in excess of the I I.li, Hiind\JOIIC-H., hHulliiK(.(.rninlMHl(.nn 6145 1245I' M4)hblr Orya ,, 5a.5U. 6 .

lumber found in the cities. For instance Tampa. Trll>utit., rcrord book 40.noKrmHt .,. "d b.d: eGf -- -.1- -..
.
the of population
country l' Hi \an. Hupplle___. 34 3oTi'lophone r 1r . e' e4timn
Florida is found officially to be 612- rent nor month "* 70Onccola 1 e 'wIN" r 1V IIf8IK..SC. "''i' ,
645, while in the'citien there are but llnrtlHare ('n., rcpalrH 770
365,825. Fifteen states find their nceola. Hardware C... auppllc. 1\\ 70 \
(' H ilranllmni, auppllc* . J .30WfHtern :
is in the city
greatest population Union Co. m..e"_ 30
New York leading- that state having Mach HroK. Co., dem airl truck 55 77 .
8,689,041 in the elites and but 1,794.- \\T I R.rbercommfsslons214.90.
i (4W Porter holding Inqufat 2.00J
the rural districts. ,
1185
''n lj fv.ratrect recording. deeds A.10
.
( T M Murphy\ Judge juv. court 12.RoT
.PROCEEDINGS OF TilE M Murphy lAlbrllton rale). 175 b
L, H Inerram (Alhrlllon rase400 ca.auar :
COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY I.. II Ingram (N.*wtin "8..el.. 775
_____ I T M N ___ .. "
Murphy ( wton> case) I72 '
"The. tax collector report showed C IJ Oval I. wllneas-. _________ 11 CO = '' 3' '" j $27.00 a Box for
ha. -followingamount. collected: for' . ZOO -
?leen.es--I*(; poll t"Slo.eountY'd.po.dlory AI'rrlh'h.tln'7It, witness :::=:: 200 --" -.
< rfc|>ort shoveled11q' Milton Pl..d.-.r. fees ..u___-.. 7O OOl -
fpIlowloa.balanqr. In &I\' \'arouIruAdKv'annary li.lnwram. feed. at iM-inoneir IS-76 M
: '. 121.leneraJ .' 1. H Ingram servant at jail___ -3100ILi a.a. Temple Oranges
revenue fund _.-I1.0R4.34eajKl H Inirram coat Inquest J. ...... ,
...___ .. .
and bridge fund 1,433.91 I Green : : 111.211( J. '
surface road fund... 671.01Vitt .... Alhlna Smith cannlnJl'.k. 10000 NM. 1'-0 When introducing the Temple orange to the citrus growers of
and forfeiture lund,.__ loal.9a (1V Aahxton. road upervlor.__ inn oo
publicity fund --,_u 18 5.511 Han Browri. convict guard.76.00 FloriJa, we quoted a leading auction man, who has wen" sp *rimenii of
"Ial'
: -_---- ._ Y4ASa I.upfer A, Prather. repair. ____ 475 m-.
Sick eradication fund 164.Y9Pek : It S Floyd mule feed_________ 12.SI : the fruit, as follows:
,. i *;' warrant were ordered cantilled F C Bryan mule feed__-..__ H>tI.fllI
I '",from, the various, fund as.' folOene'ral F C nryan eupplle*..,......__... '79.41Oaceola S "The head of perhaps the greatest fruit auction in the world, when
1 low." : Hardware CO uppllo 24 2ftII
I'f' i revenue fund ..-..r$6,061,21n ( W AKhton. <.xpre..*..",............ K.OOOacpola .' ordinary Florida oranges were selling at from $2,75 to $3.50 a box, sail l
, Fine-:and forfeiture fund.-. ,,1.459.41. J Z Hoberaon. m..dlcln.I. 115 he would guarantee $10.00 a box for Temples by the carload." .' .
.
cip, <>olal"publicity fund -..,-_ 60000 O W, Hratton road work;._..,._ 44.60 _=
t1' ,'i-'ntr +.fund j ', w...._fund.____,.-..'._:;;__ "ll1$28.14)Tbs Tom .Las, road work.-.,_ ..__ \nn<< The check and account sales) herewirii. reproduced show that the first .;
TlVk eradication Willie Small convict cook ft*.HOtllll
following. blllnw r* examined. Thomas aupolleii ROKatx commercial shipment of Temple oranges wan sold on the Boston auction
tipprovwd/ ordered paid: Drown road work "2 OO .
# X, ,K na... commla.lonor_.. ., 1 1.00T3'Jj.t \ I
Sam HrMtun. road work anon for $?7.0O a box. There could hardly be a stronger testimony' to the
t > I v. rtreet. conimlloner 10 nos Hiram "nd.co.lt. Muppllen 2 OOThatrhrr
.1Srnet.: : Mach commlmlonrrJohn&Partln. __ .ooin Johnnon. auppllt _h 2O.Ofl splendid merits of this wonderful new orange.
commliialoner .oo Albert. Harrla. road l work_____ 10.00U. j
J .'''' 'Baliden. commlaalonrr: 25.003'1vfver.tre.t. \V. .AHhlon for paying Willis '
clerk & auditor \19.1\0 I I| HUVAOTO and Habe Brown____ 1DOO
P..t ",Johneton.' county attorney R4I.00 John Haladcn payroll No 5114.00'' ;,
Mlltob Itl.d".r.: proixcutCa ally 13 31 Julia l.-HaiiM. auppllr*._._____ 1.26W In
T )M Murphy county Juilits __ 26.01)1 I II K>mnfer, rorid work___ u 11 00 Explanation and Appreciation
".f,iH. '. gram,- care of Jail 11.00 I Ifw W n Maklnaonauppllc*______ 17.90Dald
i- B.a*, janitor-' ._-- 56.41' I nn. .... road work_____ _- fiR.00 Iml
'.'I .' H' Wlloncount agent. =- 100:00 Homer Partln. road work09.00!
4, . Mdaleuace Clav nan, clIopiiiK mulea ff.00Fdwewate !'-"
T. Chauncy -.___-__- tn.nll Farnm. taut work h fil.OO
Owen ......_ 1000JKln Kid Uronaon road work 15 nil We are profoundly grateful to our many customers for the IN FACT OUR STOCKS OF SOME: VARIETIES FOR
3 K 8ten*..n __.u' _.__U_ 10 onJ H O Hanrock. road work- _u._ -52.15 '
'- 'A, 'ettltt _-__._-__. IUOO T:mil Mach, repalra to truck27.00 h patronage whirl has been ours. NEXT YEAR'S DELIVERY ARE ALREADY GETTING; LOW.
'Mr C O UaMltpr---- __-- moo K.mll larh for truck__ 211.R1
gas -- BOOKINGS OF THE WONDERFUL TEMPLE ORANGE ARE
5 Jin Oeer =, 1OOO __ .
*- *- Charlie Nt-l.l. Inbor on rnnd n 71.00 The volume of orders which has come to us in the face of
"I' .. Walem A Carson, mule feed_u !H7.98D PROCEEDING WITH GREATER RAPIDITY THAN EVER.
)wen funnier. road work___ u Rt./00V our inability to rare for the needs of all our customers is strong ..... ,i.
\ II Averv. road work_______ 11I.18 WE STILL HAVE A GOODLY QUANTITY OF TEMPLE
.n JACKSONVILLE MAN N C KaiilcrHon road worku *.75NarronxMee .. testimonial to the high regard; in which Buckeye Nurseries are
__ _. 2260
.
lUne Product ORANGE TREES AVAILABLE FOR NEXT YEAR'S SHI"
H II Hull, Tfjialr on bridge___ .90 held by discriminating growers.
MENT AND URGE BUYERS TO BOOK ORDERS: NOW :

,: ?ELLS OF TROUBLE than A firm 1000 in artificial Purls turns eyes out every no fewer week. That the very heavy demand for Buckeye trees for plantings THAT THEY MAY GET GOOD SELECTIONS AND DE- ;

l has been in excess of our ability to supply is largely due to SIRED SIZES.

>l I-" .Assistant Manager Of Grocery Firm : Iferbine and corrects constipation.biliousness It ]J.,a indigestion fine- our fixed policy that no trees which do not wholly conform to \ &

/ Retain. Health By Taking Tanlac herbal medicine that drives put impurities Buckeye standards shall .be shipped by us. f In view of these circumstances we urge our customers to ..
'
,,, and restores healthy conditions glare orders for next season's planting just as early as practicable.
k1'' -"Yes,' sir, I'm another one who in the system. Price 60c. Sold. Much as we regret not filling an order we feel compelled .
.
Indications that volume of sales
be
thinks Tanlac is the greatest .medi by Roberson's Pharmacy. are our again may
.
frci to adhere to that fixed policy which has given buyers
rigidly
cine on earth for it has got me tow ahead of the capacity of our nurseries to produce the kind of
if"t de- CATTLE-RAISERS MAKING such confidence in tree which does not in
product-that
w feeling like a brand new man, our no
trees we are willing to back with the name of Buckeye-trees
claredvjohn: R. Newtdn o/T/ 1822 DRIVE. FOR MEMBERSHIP every respect conform to our specified standards shall go forth .
t V V ,Lackwanna avenue Jacksonville I which may be depended upon by growers as to the sure founda

;Florida; assistant menager: of the"Whidden -R. A. Nicholson, of Brevard county bearing a Buckeye tag. tion for profitable grove operations. Your planting needs for
C the
Cash'Grocery Company the
has been circulating
#"Il other" day cattle, -raipere/ of Osceola ,county among during As a consequence we have been compelled to decline many next season can be given attention i..,.... Write us what plant

? ,r .', "About: two years ag9 I had a badi' this week working up a member- thousands of dollars of orders during the past two months, our ings you have in contemplation, and our grove experts will be
,case of Flu. and it left me in pretty Cattle-Raisers Associa
in
I /bad 'eh.p.. I had no appetite,' my ship tion. Each state applicant for member- stocks in all varieties; and .sixes having been entirely exhausted.WE glad to confer with, you to the end that your interests may be :

;Stood didn't digest properly and I had ship must give full details regardinghis ARE NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR NEXT SEASON'S best conserved. Write us freely, and in confidence with the ':

l );'meals.a heavy Besides uncomfortable this I was feeling bothered after owned range or controlled and the number by hint, of and cattle each SHIPMENT AND HAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS OF assurance you will in no way obligate yourself by so doing. ,.(. (1'

'with a mean, hacking cough that applicant must be vouched for by ORDERS ALREADY ENTERED FOR DELIVERY DURING Copy of our handsome new catalog will be sent free upon :.""tl'equeaL

worried me constantly. I 'was ner- two others 'who are known by the executive :-
THE SEASON 192M92Z Ask for it. I
,.i'vous. and restless and never dept committee. :

well and in spite of ;all the medicineI The purpose, as explained by Mr. ,

i; .took I got weaker all the time and Nicholson of the association at the ,

\-was losing weight rapidly. present time is to take all legal steps, .
'r- "But I got.a bottle of Tanlac on possible looking to the protection of ,,, ,'

-11' the advice of a friend, and I've been the cattlemen and see that legislation 1rl

wondering' why I didn't fret it long which might be adverse to their '....

74y before, for it was exactly what I interests shall not be enacted. There + BUCKEYE NURSERIES

needed. It took just three bottles of is a general flocking to the standards '

/ 'that medicine to get me in fine shape.thou.h I I of the association and it is understood M.t! GiIJett D.C.Gillett Geo.R MeKeaa t '
i r I took another just to cinch
there will be a strong lobbyat ', 1
the good work. I' now have a tre- Tallahassee during' the coming. 1254 ClUxeoa) .,lDelicaaa Battk Btlildhlt

1 roendou appetite, and have gainedlack term of the l legislature,. ., ".
most .of the 'weight I lost. ISeel '

I a%..w.ll *a 1;ever did in my. life, JURORS'THISYEAR: Tampa, Floridat I
; and haven't 'had'a sign of a cough : J

for some time. I don't hesitate to WILL BE SELECTED: FROM it 7A] 1. ll b .it<. e
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-iz; ;:. Roberson and Central Drug Store DavId. .Bast., Claude Brb ". JeroyRaa..C.I .

ti' I I nd-.in, St.,'.Cloud, by, the' :, U Cloud. Charles .Doneganil... Barber Dlckerwn MT J.,,,!'Crowiler., Oeprfe .: ., ,!:./i.

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Fl 1h Seeley,. of Chicago and Phil. .J.
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ONE 'IHORNiSM Ask the Fort Pierce News-Tribune and, will remain in Orlando on Friday ,. ,
{ "What is prohibition ,WelV, know only:, February 4. Mr. Seeley. ,
,.,' .** .?first Step in Treatment aBriikPTUsratlvei'Wltlx I note, ,In s, fashion'' (torn.Cntr -but I'mnot; going" to"tell anyone. says: The, Spermatic Shield will ..
Oalotaba; the that'then. georgett wmUU I'm going' to keep #till, that' 'what" not 'Only retain any case of rupture '

; Purified and Refined Calomel marked V' IB the.back, U la front' .I'm- "i going to *do.. *' In perfectly ten' day, but contracts the the opening Bein \ Seaplane."Pathfinder" .willlily from, \
and XX on ;price UK arc be- on average case.' -
'Tablets. thatate Nanaea- : tJ1e' And Mister : arenas : ,a vast advancement former ....
coming. . .ea III,"" .*, for, ,:Web Ur ? over all -
legs. Safe and Bar. shimmy dancer are now faatMiinriwllh .'' The Saint Petersburg .Times hat *. methods-exemplifying Instantaneous I "' .
a, .ap'', I instead of' with heading reading' "Matches for CrackSpeller. effects immediately appreciable FDIALANTi '- ,
Doctor 'h found: by experience ribbons (nee that 'MitnpTj and ." t-1 certainly hope they'll be I' and withstanding any strainor
< eft that no medicine for eoldll-and influIk. that the I-Spy yelet embroidery': safety lI1a he.. Judging from some, position This instrument receivedthe
I' .. ear.a eaa be depended! upon'for full ef to loalar'lt' *' pfc. baHhi2rJar.nofaahton of .communication I receive I'd only award In. England and 'in ..' By-f Fie-Sea
i''" w foctlveness.until the liver i* made Thor propaganda I" devising, say the'Times, meant "cracked" Spain producing results without surgery. 4t
, ouRhlT- active. That i* why the' 11m outlining, or iiggeting a new speller Yasum. ".' in t1on.,', medical treatment .. .
R" .tpp in the treatment U the new.amueea- place la. which .to secrete those .* le! or' prescriptions. Mr. Seeley has documents 'I
} loss front,the.United States Government All. Day Sunday January 30.
: 'X't calomel. Jtablots eallod tabll1 powaerntfff strsifoentent* during, Another pflni} Clone-Up :
i. waira 'free/from tho Washington. D. C for in
-- are sickening and tNe'fewmoments 'theare'.not Some m.n'a1'8 born handsome; ,
'."r weakening effect of the old style ealo- workingovertime- Noe*lr. I some men 'gain personal charm from spection. All charity cases without
: rcpL Doctor also point out the fact. thank ',011.I environment; and others can ret out charge, or if'any interested call he f
that an active liver nay go a long way of a city without paying their just will be glad to show same without : Lieutenant Blotner. who was to have been henhere
tq1"'al'de" preventing influenrn and is oD..1 debt It beats all, it do, how va. charge fit them if desired. Business '
, of the moat Important factors 'in enabling I .. riety will spice un an otherwise monotonous demands prevent stopping at : on Sunday, January. 16, was unable to reach .
d' the patient to ueees"f nllr with' T.,.' To Ukulele This life. ; I'll say so. any other place in this l section. Indialantic at that' time' of'the Gf'the"
( storat'
account
tnd attack and off : S. this on
an ward pneninonia. Hush, little plcture.howlD I # p. -Every statement in nottics
,'. you cry; That's. Direct has been verified before the Federal 15th breaking ''the "Pathfinder" from its mooring and(
A Question
One Calolab on the tongue at bed You'll get all squared up. and State Courts.-F.| H, See- puncturing the'pontoons.. r
An advertisement in the Lake Gn..Gf:
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ttm..wlLh swallow of.waiarWtuU's ley. _
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,",4r ft. avIC- No'salt*, nn n.II"' %'lInf' tW allglit. ,r . * ,*. Wales 'Highlander! & says: "Don't Kill Home Office, 117 North Dearborn ; I "
f',' !W1 eat Interference with your eating, pleas That', The Leading Thing YourWlf -Let" the" (deleted) do street, Chicago.: I The "Path6nd will arrive' *at Indialantic some'time
dirty work Of it wouldbe
your.
tire or work. Kcxt morning cold Says .the Plant City Courier, in course __ I afternoon and ''
- your an unpleasant job we'll all admit ------- Saturday will carry passengers
lias vanished, your liver is active, your telling of a wedding: "Moore.Mann." that: but why kill her; a-tall? There'saltogether What'n In A Name II .. from the Indian River dock all day Sunday. Lieutenant 1 i
yptem is purified, and yon are feeling Well more man is all right to holler too much of this The Pinmrgan Club at -I
-; Una! with ft hearty" appetite for bresk* for-but the chance are the bride business: killing spends its time in making Blotner is long experienced in the handling of

w. flist.: Dr ggiate sell Calotahs only in.. looked upon hubby within a.very. anyway.! *. *. *' covers. I presume that the musical : planes, and always" hat the safely comfort of'' hit -
_ (original_-packages" price thlrt, short time' a* "mere-man. Yassum. v situation of the church U I getting passengers "'-
:ilve.cents. Your jnoner will b, cho r-, *>. Name Very Appropriate- along sort of sew-sew. Uh-huh! at heart: Hit "Pathfinder" eatriet 'six pattenge -
, fully refunded If yon do not find themdellsbtful.Adv. Von Bet It DoraSay. In case President Harding shall *. '
.) doat; it make a feller feel name' A.: T. Ile:[,' or Kentucky secretary Tomatoes, Aad PotatoeaNewspapers ,+ >* and will mk twenty-miaul flight ak'the'rsiie offld.DQ ?

.. .. ,. ,. sorter cheap to buy a fifty-ceit'pur of war, there will be a chance declare that Florida I per passenger.' Free boat from
kt! tW for all the phunnym'cn to
- t>f(lisle BOCK of a woman' clerk whois nay some tomatoes are "gathered too green." f' I
wearing a lair} of silk, hose 'that thing about. "If thorp shall he any But the combination of ehort-ckinge
DR. BUCKMASTER cost three an plunks and a' more war proceedings there'll" be one artists, wire-tappers, aped racing Visit l Indialanlic i
man.ho'll surely be hert. Go t.oI
pair of shoes that set her back twen swindlers are emphatically assertingthat -t
I it and be real humorous. I thank "Pat
ty-one simoleonsf. You'll say p.> nothing in Florida can' be, "too l Fly in the under"
doe. you. jpetn" for their 'N* there1yo
. t I''*" * *. # lit ( air*. purposes. Enjoy the Day
KfSSlM8 EE'S'k too* A'Grlpfal Quit Tne Cantoutajr'' I

I 'A shop-m Daytona where. they' .,Say the Wlntet Haven Chief: Th,...*' Elevated PowersSays' : COMPAKY"c
k .' 'OSTEOrATD' sadle.'rromen'ratonable! '.'welipk; "What 'wouldyou" 'do' if' apretty'ffrl'asked 'the'7olfo'SpYlng Truth: B 4,

]. nd, 'you to'kibs The thrt>e great' powers of Indialantic Sales I & )f :
the proprietor say they took full herT." asks ,an exchange.Dep : this country are defined A.'
!' OFFICE AT' RESIDENCE: J4O.OOO worth of goods. At the celljng >hds o nhow many out. the press, the pulpit and the .
-price.; probably, the estimate was side\iI were rubbering, oetticoat. : '
Coraer: of Clyde- Ames made; but, it's a safe bet that there brother. And I'm constrained! to<< say the VERNON D. HAVENS' ', ; V..,
cud- Gale:: her were not' more than two grip packed Depends upon nothing of liiirher _d.I the' triumvirate the
I to. get the value. Nowrfr. the.sort. When the inclination more they attract our attention; I
'*" * inclines no matter. how I Ysssum. WITH H. Mf BREAJCER'REALTY' !

. far Mixed Ott* Nails. > great the horde; of witnesses *. *. .* :: kiuigE
When see that some. dealer isdvertilinC -wn, thtrv's alwwys a way Circulating The Coin '
tricotine, dresses worth out-of a dilemma lie shouldsee I'm sure I dont know which in .

E&RDi& b>*e 'huridre'a and' seven" doHafrf- but me at once. Which coggests the worse-to have republican spend .. .. .:! 'J'" "" . . ," b
FI1* fno r. going your choice, at $ *:.O2" that I have been try. several! millions daring the c.m.paiR"1 -
-I seem to think that I can understand ing for three Sundays to or for the democrat to spend
that "trie" part of the program find the editor of the Chief lair as much and find when the trial
but am mixed: on the balance. in his lair, so to' speak; but balance is Issued they are$241OS5.03
t But it's some trick any way you can up to the present writing ; in the hole. In either cane if it
fix it. Isis t it? I thank you. 1 ve,not been able to find the were me I'd be deep in the hole. ;r ,
.*. office. Something is radically *.

, 'IT That's Oar Specialty Isn't It Different Now wrong over in that pretty Stories Don't Hitch
Remember that old-time poet who spot on Sunday: I couldn'tbuy The editor of the Perry Herald
/_ once in writing about "Fayre Anna- a sandwich or a hole make a big boast about "home ;r
belle" or "Sweet Alyce," or some doughnut in the nlare-..nd I grown strawberries being on the taI -
Of We D AD Varieli of
Cane
c ;* thing like that said: I'm under the impreanion hIe I 1 ," and the story makes other ed
l "She glided down the mazy waltz- the authorities force the itors jealous. In the same issue of
k4- AntoMobile Work Aad We D. ItEddie "All eyes upon her glancing; Chief-man to take his signin the Herald he tells uu that the berries ..
r +!And tryonewhosaw her vowed I at a 'tate'hour Saturday were presented by J. W. Sims 4 ri;

1 Rig1tk. 'Twas floating. more than dancing." night. So? 'Thorn in Kis. mons, of route three. Someway or rt- 1f +
Remember it, don't you ? Well simmer Valley Gazette.To . other the cogs failed to mesh just (;
compare the old-day stuff with whatwe which the Chief comments I right--and it looks to me as if the AMr
are {retting' now and then see. and for which1' return my thanks: editor didn't know where his "home"
k. 1 HansellNo. Sire up the merry minuet with the It's no trouble to learn an old dog wan located. Something wrong in h hq
shivering shimmy-. and see where new tricks, friend Thorn 'if you've Taylor county. Yassum.! I
you get off! I'm' not kicking about some novel way to camouflage an it t
x 18 Enuaett, Street these new-time dances, mind you, I were. .We .are _Open to instructionand NEW VARIETY OF FORAGE

not one bit; but there is a awful-dif- conviction. We are mighty sor. MAY, PROVE VERY VALUABLE
'erence,, isn't there Of course ry ye didn't find us, for we have always '-. e ,
there is always the "rythmle ca admired ye iver since we saw I A grass never kownbefore in ,
dence" or whatever.it is, that makes yer JHtcher when vo lived in the I Florida and ono that gives promiseof IA urv
the dance of today more lively than "hole in the ground. Keep these I proving great forage producer r r r, k' i V
Prentis&Tbomasr those where they were as "soft as directions in mind the next time ye hall been discovered in Saint Lucie
_ maiden' fairest blush;" but at the amble this way: Follow the velvetto county. According to Dr C. V. Piper v. .
name time there is a "rhythmic ca- Silver Lake but turn just beforeye afrrostologint of the department 4 .
dencw" about those shivery performance gets in the water. You will find of forage crop Investigations, it !isF
that are about aa quiet as us at our shack' where it don't take Panicum F altun, Hitchcock and Chase.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP trying to carry a big plateful of any ordinance to make us spend previously known from Honduras
,guava jelly seven miles in a Ford. Sunday. Just drive right up and and southern West Indies but closely -
Oh, well, there are so many varieties hitch old Lizzie to the gate post. related to switch grass (Panlcum
:: and Storage of amusements this world that we Yer ever welcome, and if we are vigratum.) It is a coarse, cane-like BILLiE HOBART TOM SAUNDERS'
can't all of us decide on any specialsort notified in advance'we will sure havea grass! growing to a height of eight INGENUE COMEDIAN 'dFI
; so to speak-consequently we mean of greens and sow bosom for to twelve feet, with large loose pan- s ,
take everything that 'comes along yer maw. Nothing would please us Ides of flowers making dense thickets I
I' BRING IN YOUR CARS In that way, of course, we see the better than to grasp yer hand and and spreading profusely. Cattleare i InP.
'most of everything." Yassnm., look into the windows of said to be very fond of it. The : ;
I. *. "Thought tank." 'I attention of Dr. Piper was called to LOOKComing :
"doln it now!" If the. smell of the ink is what you the grass while on a recent visit. He :
It's the "now" that counts a. we want ye might be able to find a pile took specimens for classifications, .
W. push through life; it's the "now" of brick, corner Pine & Three" St. and upecimena have been planted at '
load. of
ors Prepared t* do all that shows what we wish to see; labeled ChieA sinced they have destroyed Miami, DeLeon Springs and else AU'ext Week- '
And "doing it now" is far ahead of those "elicits"! up at Lough- where for testing out its forage' p BATTERY WORK telling! just what is "going to man. But come anyhow, whether ye The development of tne I
be." can find the office or not. Find us new grass will be watched with interest 'I
t 1 t rt And that's why I call for action and bring yer megaphone. by both local people and agricultural THE EARL HAW.KsTOCK CI
sharp--for definite work in ev- authorities. ,

; } 'i'to( Are You in a Rundown Condition? I For ery rather line-than boasting, of "gang. YOU CAN'T RECORD CATCH CLAIMEDBY COMPANY ;'!.

: Does Your Headache ?IElso to who'e be""doing I'd prefer fine!I" the fellow VISITING' PENNSYLVANIAN I : : -

Tenn. +*I can say that Dr. Let those who will cling to "going The spot in the; lake was but two r
Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery to be"--but. I'm pleading with DODGE IT feet deep last Saturday when Fred Under the'Big'Tent
and his 'Pleas every man Nauman, who -hails from Greens- "
'. ant Pellets' have To be one of those men who are "do- burg. Pennsylvania, took his rod and : : ,'
been the mean. ing it now"-and l doing the best line and a six-inch minnow and a "
_. -- of restoring my that he can! -. Once in Awhile Your Blood Clop little patience ajong to see what I All New Plays .-. All New Scenery health. 1 was #. might be the. results fie had fished \
weak and rundown Why Not ThisIn and Your Vitality Ran Down but a very short time when he "felt ..."
Try
I. iJ re' had Sick every city wherever you go you'll something," and then he commencedhis I All New Vaudeville
gici+ headaches, and always find that's THEN TAKE PEPTO-MANGAN work. A few minutes later he '- ::11,
.-. m y'kidney were to something landed -a fine trout bass-.and the
"going belt
I all out of order. It may be a home in a sheltered You'll Pick Up Again Quickly With weight was found to be Just a trifle OPENING; PLAY", ... "" ,
i Kit ,\ It was a miseryfor wood where the moss hangs Plenty of Red BloodCorpuscles shove twelve pounds. Mr. Nauman, .
..:s,: me to walk swaying from tree to tree who rooms on Stewart avenue, says "An American Gentleman""
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III ,.' around. I began It be a hundred miles of roadwith the only wonderful thing about the :
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M I' '' taking: Dr. may catch is how that fish ever succeeded "
-"' ierce's medicine and they put TO* floor the paving as smooth as Physicians nowadays take a blood !in swimming In so little water. ;
on the. road to good health right any : test when you are run down. They m '
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away. I want to speak a good word It may be a highway about a lake rount the red corpuscles In your LaPONT GAINS PUBLICITYBY LADIES FREE '
for Dr. Pierces remedies to all sufferer with concrete pathways along blood. If these are too few they give PRESENTING PLAQUE
*." HARRISON SHEPARD.B. the shore: you a tonic for your blood. It hap. '
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.. V. tt. 1, Box IS. It may, be a thousand-acre crop that pens right, along: They are always The beautiful hand painted plaque Night if
can feed the hungry of all the Monday accompanied! by
+ 'Bold by druggist for fifty year on the lookout for indications of donated to the Woman's Club to be ,
.... state: weak blood. given away at the supper, was won .. t
It may be a factory-may be a millor Why? Because they know when hv Alvin Brown with number 46. paid adult ticket.
-- a plant? that will work from your blood t I. weak your resistance to These lovely plaques are .
L [ J early till late: disease is low. Your vitality and..entrry tured from the' palmetto manU1'ae-1 .
CITY It be of size
a enormous -
may grove quickly run down. 111X. LaPont, of Kissimmee. Mr. Brown ----1: '
that ,,will Its
bring owners awealth You can tell when blood U
your has presented the plaque ti lack to theWoman' II
Of gold weak YOqlook. pale, feel tired. You Club bet sold '
to over again.
rw It.:may.' be a plant of. us scope are not. ill., but you don't fee) rleht.!: -New"tnynraCISSIBfMEL : POPULAR PRICES
rJL'F ,whose" profits: can. bard befONj'I Yon ,dont ''wantto. do thlni That ': .-- 'J fl." ..'.' t"

.. is the time tb:take: the well-known ROEST PLEASE : ,. . '", . '
v.1j It:.. i'.J.. (J... There l. era housagdof things in a ; Conic. PedtoMangan.PeptoMangad -. WINTER GARDEN PEOPLE r'
.tWtfwnd'# ; of: U.eIbf' ion
re e. all' build red blood '
n .....; '- ". 'I')..... ..- .* :prkctkl, 'th re'*'ab''doubt, I ,4 atICle.. Physicians hav pervcrfbetf 1 Mfsa;'Jean: : "e1t'I.i I. branching' .
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I Aaneoofrau! the :........ CiiU- uir. 1 JiV' iLl'p watewu-
man can prompt* it for thirty yeas*.- obtain her flora| busmen andidtnsk .. - a' ,.. . .
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H-ta-Sold to ,
v liquid a itct Ins: fretrjient trip ,to WtntetfP rk $
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4'Vcgettblesttl'I fo ;nMicinaT valuo U where., she is receiving a haaoaoma .. <$' -
yL' *.' '* ) I .haw !Utthrhope fo +t.tie "p oTben .. zctly ; .; 'either kind initial ,patronagewhich i*,' bound tograw'k'Misa 'Ik'it.te; afi.ii : i .ft'the.portof'w,;' 4 .
preler.Birta.rbdabr. :
i'dtb4 man, .'.who' af I.
i'L 00 1 ,frowning brow... planning. .'* K, :ko6(( in *_yotf "t the CafcfwU was .In"Winter __ =--AJ rrICJt:uv.tlf'f 01 t..u..li.-.f-
Pepto-Manean \"Gude's"'lnam '
Bat give me the man with determfo Park on/Tuesdayj''and state that tiwW:; to.,dme.rPhe\, .* :..: C
f.; fat jrC.."* .JPej>toMaashoold Kiseimme rose ar pleai4v aa" saM that1 a1 tl1re4t lT4 p i
r Subrrlbe'for: Ttar Valley' GcMtta: ltd:mlaa... ylafS;.&JI'lei-wb6'.' 6!' b* on th* pcka.... who have thaI fart seen! tth r.>* mat -of ivory in eslet.nceI ,. .. -ota' ''M-- ; .. .I

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SIX_ THE KISSIMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921

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; ,, Published Every Friday for "Dollar ,
Day"
By. Kissiraine* Valley Gazette Company, Kistimmee,, ,Florida, (" Merely I '\

W. B. Harris, President E. G. Yam Agnew, Secretary t 9 1 .
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"'" s Subscription Hates ., l Better Stock Up On Saturday ;

Lone Copy One Year ___. ..,....., .:. .-J2.00 '
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d' ''One Copy, Three Months....____...______,_-_= ______?__--___....... ..COi ) 1k .
ri e r r rr For one dDiscount iiy only, there will be given a '
'i;(Entered .at the Pottofflce at KlMlmmee. Florida, I'll ccond-clull matter)
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All communication. except from our,nutliorlicd. corrpupondenta must bo"turned of 25 per cent
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., Rejected matter will not be returned unless enllfd fop t -
-" $ : on all.American Red:Cross Preparations .
s 1. ; I Foreign Advertising: I Krr>re.m>t. S t 1 | THE AMERICA PRf ASSOCIATION '
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COMMISSION GOVERNMENT BECOMING POPULAR Our Prescription Department is Perfect

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'rl THAT there is a general !belief in the efficiency of a commission form fi tReverend, \
of government for towns and cities is being proven by the large; numberof k +
municipalities in this stale now taking up the matter and making strong
efforts to bring about (the change If the commission form of government I '

Ii can be made a success in Saint Augustine, in West Palm Beach, in Tallahassee Central Drug Store ,
and in other cities both large and I small, there seems to be no logical
reason why it should not be equally successful in all municipalities. ",

It is loo.early in the experiment to quote either gain or loss in Tampayet 1 104 Broadway ,
-. it was shown by the vote 'in that city regarding the question of the !
adoption that the residents were strongly; in favor of .the method -and the Day 41 PHONES Night 21
people did nut cast their vole until the arguments by those opposing and -- -
those favoring .had been well-threshed out. The question of turning over
'the entire administration is not one to be lightly considered-for it is of- O. B. FallsWho o--ot>O "e-W
,:serious import; and the most common argument against the measure is
:"Do not give up old and tried forms for new and experimental fads." Resigned Pastorate of Baptist Church Last Sunday .04.00.. O ...... ........ .;;... .; .;. .. O...
It should, however be borne in mind that the commission form of ..
governing a city of a county is neither "new"nor "experimental." Immediately !
after the almost complete destruction of Galveston on the eighth CONDITIONS CAUSED BY PROFLIGACY Some ."Dollar Day" BargainsOn

day of September 1900 when there was a belief that the city could never
be resuscitated keen-visioned and far-sighted! men devised plans for the rehabilitation DEPRESSING to a tremendous degree has been the lesson learned by
'of that .c.ily-and from that moment the plan as then inaugu- many toilers during what has been styled the "good times"of the past .several Saturday January 29These'

.:rated has been a success in nearly) every instance.' There have been many years; and especially is this proven by conditions. in Toledo--where ... ,
("changes, alterations, and amendments" it .is true: but always have the ; more than a thousand men ate now daily receiving aid in the "hungry line."
'f!chief points of the plan been incorporated in every' program. I Toledo is a great manufacturing centre; a'city that has increased becauseof : are some of our offerings: i
the
Miami. Wauchula, Arcadia Fort Myers. New Smyrna, and a host of immense business to some 250.000 population-gaining more'than '
50.000 the Whit Label Corn No. I Can: for---__ '%Sc 'I
two
[other cities in Florida are now anxious to adopt the commission form in during past ten years; and during "the period of the war" its u.

:full belief, of itt excellence; and there "is no use in delaying proper action men were' paid wages reckoned as fabulously high. White Label Corn, No. 2 Can_______ _________._______L__ 19c:

''for Kissimmee. Each: day sees man residents favoring the bringing aboutOf But 'in spite of the enormous wages received: by the. thousands of Webb Corn. No. 2 Can_________________________________ I9c:

; the new form--and The Gazette is in constant receipt of endorsements workmen during the few years it is evident that" no effort was made to lay Royal Scarlet Corn. No. 2 Can_____________________ _____ Itc
:from those who 'art:/becoming strong adherents to the plan which; is meet- aside any sum for the proverbial""rainy day. It seems to have been a Key Mar Corn. No 2 Can. two for------------ 25'
favor throughout the state. case of "easy come and easy go. In the months, past merchants of that
Ing
city have emphasized the fact that twenty-five dollar silk shirts Tomatoes. No. 2 Can---------------------------------- Ifa,
were Common -
... If the residents of Kissimmee majority of them-desire to take up '
;ja discussion of this matter now is the appropriate lime. "Delays are dan- among these men whose "best"shirts but a short time previous cost Bulk Etraporatpd Apples ___-____________-_________u___ 25c:

f .gerous" in many cases; in this matter) however a delay would not be from two to three dollars and that the wivef of the! workmen unused to Arrow Borax Soap. 27 Bars.-_______ ____-______-_-_-____$1.90 (
'mixed! with "danger"only insofar as a financial danger was concerned. handling so considerable sums of weekly wages appeared intent upon buy- Rite. Osceola County Grown pound-----_ _____________ 7e
ing the best in the market! It is such a that lessens the sympathy of
Stringent, methods of economy must be used! in the municipal affairs of the present. Every one of those men knew past full well that conditions then Irish Potatoes Osceola County Grown pound______________ !k
Kissimmee to place the city squarely on its feet; there must be no borrow
r> *" existing could not forever continue; that later on conditions would returnto .
ing of money for any project until every other means collecting taxes
normal; that ,a dollar saved in the bank then would be worth two'dol-
that have been due for several years for instance-have been exhausted R. S. FLOYD
lars little later.
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'and -commission form of government would prove a valuable means of
.bringing about such result I But in company of thousands of others, those people insisted upon
I spending when getting. They seemed as riotously careless as did the Romans PHONE 176 362 BROADWAY ..
I during the wildest of their bacchanalian festivities to them there
THAT COMMITTEE OF pNE HUNDRED seemed no future cares---no dread of an abatement of what; were styled *.< .. .... ............... ...... ...............

"good times; no desire for 'making preparations for an era of reconstruction L. __ _ __ .. .. _ _ __ .
WHY has the personnel of that .famous "Committee of One Hundred" in all lines of production and consumption; nor was there apparently
;that body: toward which potentates of the "ould sod" flock for consolation a thought given to the possibility of what has since been designated as a i
t "ever".been given drcdlation.>through the medium! of the Associated Press? "buyers' boycott." Now these men are reaping the harvest sown by carelessness -

''The\ great American public is intensely interested in this matter-and it is and nonchalance. DOWN GO PRICES !
ftl!' ,' but fair that full details be placed before the people. There is a desire to Never again will conditions be as they were but a few years aback
,know the' nationality of this critical conglomeration of censors; from what and the quicker this is recognized the sooner will the situation throughoutthe
country, they| came; and how long they have been residents of the United entire nation become the less acute. The twenty-five dollar shirt and
State.; their occupation or business relations; and above all. under what the twenty-five dollar shoe will become obsolete-except among those who
.4 :appointive power they hold.their positions have had the 'sense to save their funds after they were 'accumulated; and .aras..tata.. .
a 7.'; If America isto, be turned over to the Irish-not the sort of Irish whohave even among that class there is bound to be less ostentatious display of{ -
become thoroughly Americanized! of which there is a fairly large percent wealth than in the past. The wealthy have ,accumulated sense as well as
i but the ,genuine iish-Irish-itis'only fair that the remainder of 'the simoleons--while the middle classes' have failed to '(secure either the one or w a
t't 'nation should .have a perfect understanding of the wherefore and the why the other. As a result there is a call for aid among1 those who took,''no 1
of, the transaction. If the red blood of the American\ people is to receive heed for the morrow," and kind charity-which is always extended to the
A'A'a, transfusion of sluggish ooze from those whose loyalty is questionable deserving and those less entitled to it-- -is now busy in many of, the larger
and whose patriotism is debatable it is only just that there shall first be centres.The If You Want To Save Money, Call and SeeThe
affair open discussion of the operation; following that there should be a entire public regrets that such conditions exist, no matter under
Wide-spread referendum upon the subject., what circumstances they may be brought about; but the feeling cannot
Up to this time there has been no suggestion of an appropriation for be as acute as if the situation had not been augmented by th 4tr who are Old Reliable Shoe Man
the purchase of base-heaters for the homes of the Esquimaux-but it shouldbe how calling for public assistance,

understood that there is not a very weighty vote held in this country
by'' those people. If there was such a condition existing there is no doubt EVIDENTLY THERE IS DESIRE FOR CHANGE -
6 Certain overtures would be commenced. That is an attribute possessed by
>a' ae't "she politician-and the shrewd politician frequently wins his point. That $16.00 Florsheim Shoes, take them at_____ _______ _ __._$\%.00
"MATERIAL men" have been in session in this week.
J ".if why- every senator and every member''' of the house should be deluged Jacksonville and of "im- $15.00 Florsheim Shoes. Big Bargains take them at-_______ 11.01
There have been sessions during days long
past
r-1$ N --"with letters from "the folks back home"urging that America be kept out material men"so many that this change whatever may be the nature gone, will be One Lot Florsheim Shoes Big Bargains, take them at___..__ 5.09 t

4n ,wi> ofr future embroilments with countries over which we have no legal or hailed! with glee. $15.00 Douglas Shoes take them at_____________________ 10.75
s ?:n6r.l domination. :
? .'. -- - $14.00 Douglas Shoes, take them at____________________ 9.7S
Let (
I 1 us pray; "God save Ireland-the Irish never'll do iI'' .
: 'rfi $12.00 Douglas Shoes, take them at______________________ 8.75 tALL

& POSTMASTER-GENERAL MEN'S WORK SHOES AT GREAT REDUCTIONS
r BURLESON STILL FOOLISH ,

'SPECIALS I $14.00 Queen Quality Shoes take them at________________$11.09
; ANOTHER exhibition of the mediocrity of Postmaster-general Burleson
k is'the order recently issued to the postoffice at Lakeland which states that $13.00 Queen Quality Shoes take them at________________ 10-00(

"the" ,doors of the office must be closed, and locked at the departure of the $12.00 Queen Quality Shoes take them at________________ 9.09 "

rr 'custodian the building. The postmaster there is the "custodian"and J ONE LOT OF LADIES' SHOES WILL BE SOLD
qnita his job each evening at six o'clock-yet the busiest part of the day :EWC> AT .ONE-HALF OF THE ORIGINAL PRICE
;is' from that hour to midnight.; To lock the doors at six o'clock mean .
4, f;,+w' that no one can secure lockbox mail after that hour-an order that will
f',4, 'create1 delays and work considerable hardship upon the patrons of the office. ALL PIECE-GOODS SOLD

'The only sensible thing to be done in that case is to ignore the order DAY REGARDLESS OF COSTMISSES'
up'to the midnight hour when it might "be remembered" or to make one

:'of,.i the .clerk. "custodian pro tern" every night. Dear old BuHsomel I I1
AND CHILDREN'S COATS SELLINGAT

tr'' .*\\1 TRADING OLD LOVERS FOR NEW TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT DISCOUNTALL
? t ;J ..A.rr .

r .' ;;: NOW that so much enthusiasm is being shown oven the visit of Warren WOOL MIDDIES AND WINTER GOODS
,t 'C4.;:Harding probably the next president of the United States to various A. S. GILBERTS' WILL BE SOLD AT ONE-FOURTH OFFit
': of Florida and the efforts
portions being made in all sections to pay exces-
.J''site (homage to this man, it might not be amiss to inquire if anything has

.recently.. been heard from Jimmy-Cox' ? 8 Yards Good Ginghams 27 inches-$1.00 Every Article in This Store Will be Sold at a Big Reduction
Shakespeare wrote: ,
; i "As I blow this feather from my face *' 6 Yards Good Bleaching: 36 inches_ 1.00 ....0 t1....

;i, .. "Obeying with my wind when I do blow. 7 Yards Good Sheeting. 39 inches___..._---------------- 1.00 !
1 ; "And yielding to another when it blows DOLLAR
"Commanded by the greatest gust; 5 Yards Good Outing Flannel. 27 inches_______________ 1.00 DAY"SATURDAY

t ." "Such is the lightness, of you common men. 3 Yards Good Indian Head. 33 inches_ 1.00

1 Dozen Spool Cotton __,._..-1-i::- 1.00 JANUARY 29 -
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f.' s EVERY HOME SHOULD BE BEAUTIFIED

$ -. . Good Assortment Silk Pop1 rf. 36 inches, per yard.__,_T-- 1-00
.J', NOW IS THE TIME TO GET REAL
UNIVERSALLY admired a. 'it is very home in Kissimmee and in Os- See cur All-Wool Line Mada-To-Measnre Suits for Mea lad Boy. BARGAINS IN FIRST QUALITY
r t eeola county should be adorned with the' flamevine. and every outbuilding is die oni for Sm'L'k GOODS. COME SEE US.. OUR PRICES WILL SAVE YOU
Let draw line Sprint
R :should] have;,quantities of that'''') andsome tyine railing 'over and about it. yo your ., MONEY' jAND OUR GOODS WILL-PLEASE YOU
Those'!.homes ;tVfhich i are 'already beautified are, the delight of every visitor. /
!
4,. ly A'' 'and 'if all property-owners'could but realIZe the 'exclamations -of 'prai.efrom'each New Spring Linic of Shoes : Stanford .
Co.
.pectator'when ,these- maBDi&unoatiop are observed: ,It ,ua ?
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probable'ItheM'' "woltld be a more general use of the pranL There is"buthtO..worlt'ittw <5' MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 35
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THE ..QSSDlMEE'v: Ll.EY GAZETTE, 'nJ A1'. JANUARY 28, 1121 SEVW
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,. WOOD WOOD! WOOD! Household goods for: sale for' five- Wanted;' barge clean cotton rags .
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ITEMS OF A WEEKWOOD I Phone 112. Ross, Graves: C9-tt room home.- Bargain.. Nelson .Realty atThe; Gazette office., tf ,

I : Fine ,business lot for Bale. Splendid Company.., Sixy-twacrea adjoining city lim k
location. Nelson Realty Corn.pony. George M. Taylor, of the Palace its;, 17 acre. under cultivation; fenced -
Grocery, made ,a business trip to ; 100 orange trees part in bear. MAKE A DOLLAR SPIN
WOOD! '
)fhone 112 Ross. Graven.WOODS, 49-tf Rev. J. T. Reaves will preach at his Ilaines City store on Tuesday ing; plnety good orange land, and ,
,. Campbell Station Sunday afternoon, Phone your orders. They will have some extra good trucking' land $75
Casino Shoe'Shop now open. at,three o'clock. All are invited. prompt attention. ,Waters ft Carson per acre., Easyv!: terms.. Nelson! Realty

:\..Try our New Hampshire &heese. We handle the best the market af Grocery',,Company.All : .. Every'county . I '"-- _
t It's finer. Waters &; Carson Grocery* fords. All purchases delivered. Wat. are invited/to/ attend the special in the state has r
Company.. ers A Carson Grocery Company '. meeting; of ladles at ,the Chris agreed upon a uniform basis to :.

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday For sale: A young man's suit; tian church next! Sunday evening at assess The values organization during the coming Heads Tails It Will '
years. meeting of or Buy'
February e.l1", are the ,days and chest.34 inches, waist ,28 inches. Inquire seven-thirty. Mrs. C.- N. Downey, of assessors held .in Jacksonville in ,
I dates set apart for the coming chautauqua. at 318 Brack street. 7-2U Nashville,-is'to be, the speaker I which all counties, save ten, were '

j Stratton, Story, ot'' Kissimmee has' Two extra fine building lots, 'on represented by the assessors, settle 20 Cam Tomatoes .....-.......*..- -.-.*-- ___ $IJDO t

Coffee] We carry all .tbe. best\ grades. of arrived here to join his parents, Mr.! Nelson Dixie Highway.Realty .Cheap., Easy terms.. the matter, and a rate of fifty per 20 Can, Milk" -----*_______*..?..?:_________LIZ. ___IIIII l.M ,
-including Barrin Company.
" <
' end Chase Sanborn. Watefl' A the management' of the truck afarm Mrs. A.:'C.. Dunway'and Miss Dun. was emphatically agreed uponas 7 Cans No. 2 COm..;........___...____......__.....__ l.M
Grocery Company. recently them near ehave been :,registered at the a criterion for all
' ) *, Under its, new the Midway.-Plant Cityby .' way Hotel PalmsWest'; Palm Beach; during compilations. 9 Cam No. 2 Pork and Beans.__.._..___.._?.___...___, l.M

/ Casino. is manarment. the early days. of this week. The city campaign is now on- 3, Cans Large California Peaches_______. __
'gaining Fine little farm on the brick, closeto and there bids fair to be numerous ___-: .._.____ l.M

publicity_nd is the morale of Its town. Immediate possession Good Eight room" house furnished; nice candidates for the several positions 6 Jan Assorted Jams .....:.._-_.......?_._..___..__._ 1.00
presentations higher than the. land: $2,500. Terms to suit Nelson corner. Paying 16
peo percent on price. which will be 'vacated. The first to
of Kissimmee ,* 4 Pounds Peanut Butter _._____.__...___._. ___ II II'I
"j; pie have been enjoy-'! Realty Company. Come let lit show you.' Nelson Real announce his candidacy is H. M. ........ 1.00

*tng.' { Work' of painting the-pavement of ty Company. Breaker, now president of the city 5 Pounds Rino Pure Coffee-_____T__::_-___________,.---- l.M
The vast quantities of the beautiful Broadway in order to make* the park All "tot hire" the council, who will the of
cars are making accept cost
'" hanging mosq which have adorn ing more convenient commenced rate to the fair grounds twenty-five! mayor if the people so decide. Mr. I 15 Pounds Go d Whole Ric:"_______________-___________, l.M

ed the huge trees In front of the Monday morning cents each ,way--and that is as low Breaker is well-known throughoutthe 4 Pound. Arbuckle's Coffee ________________.:.__________ 1.00 'I
,, Presbyterian church have been re- Mrs II. Clay Stanford has been a price M cart be maintained. with city because of his long residence 2 Pounds Uncolored Japan Tea__
_.____
: (pioved. and there is a. different as- the guest this week of Mr. 'and Mrs. ../ety. and has many friends who will ..____-..__...... l.M

I .npect" about the spot., J. P. Fox, at Tampa. Mr. and Mrs Finest small ranch' in Florida; aid him by their support. He will! 2 Pounds Fancy Gunpowder Tea__________________.____. I."

<< "* Five acres just outside city limits; Fox; were residents of Kissimmee beautiful Iskrfront. A "real bar make.a strong campaign for the position. 6 Cans Swift's Corned Beef____________________________ I." >!
mall house; good well; cheap property I Home years ago and are rememberedby gain." Nelson Realty Company. -
at $840. Nelson Realty Com their many friends Readers of The Gazette shouldbeer The presentation at the Casino of 3 Pounds Kingan's Nut Oleo_________________________-_ l.M :f.

"any.r . Attorney P. A.' Vans Agnew,'fol'll\ I In: mind,that Saturday of the Virg DownardX' "Koseland Maids, 12 Pound. Michigan Navy Beans_________________________ l.M )F''
1. No' visitor to Kissimmee can complain erly of this city but now of Orlando; present week will be "Dollar Day" which filled ,the house both last evening "
this week that "there I. noth made a brief visit to Kissimmee( on I when nearly, every establishment in and Tuesday evening was avery PRICES GOOD FOR BALANCE OF THIS MONTH
ing going on in the city. Every Monday. He boasts that he la the i. Kissimmee will give extra bargains. clever melange of girls, swift '..
day and every evening there has first member of hia profession ever Mr. and Mrs. Lyles V. Story and repartee,' more girls, and some ,. ....
been an ,offering of some variety. arriving in Orlando at the height of children, Victor and Etheline Sam catchy vocal instrumental music. It "If-:
1 Arkansas farm to exchange for the season and securing offices without Story and Mrs. Cotterman and was touch and go from start to the TAYLOR.'SATGR.OCERYKISSIMMEE '
inconvenience. wire. More might be written of the 1'
Florida or
Will worry
property. pay cash dif daughter, Elizabeth, motored down
themselves
than their
of
ference. Land clear; worth $3,200.. Five-room cottage; furnished; out from Kissimmea and spent Sunday girls costumes -
f Nelson Realty Company. buildings 40 young budded trees; with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Story.- evidence-for but they the were entire much more in HAINES CITY 1

( There U fully one mile of dangerous beautiful shade; I 5 lots; cheap at*1 Plant City Courier. one; that provoked much performancewas mirth. ,

", "turnout" along the Dixie Highway $2,000. Nelson Realty Company. Eighty acres right at depot, front- The same company will appear again ij'i '
between Kissimmee and Lough-1,| \j n. Marston who is Conducting! ing on Dixie Highway; good land; Saturday at the matinee and duringthe !
man-and any rod of it may cause a poultry farm in the Pinedale addition improved. Easy terms Owner says : evening-with a promised complete
", pouted finds it almost impossible tp "SELL. Nelson Realty Company. ., change of program; and there ; r- 1

i I I fill -all the orders for baby chicks County officials now declare that I. every indication of crowded houses Spend Dollars Where They
received. There
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. TunnicllftVtere which have been appears the laws against seining in the war on both occasions.
over from Saint Cloud on the., to be a great demand for. al era, of Lake Tohopekaliga or Lake '#
.. opening day: ,of the Katz sale-the good strains of poultry. East 'Tohopekaliga are to be string BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES r'
Utter to "shop" and the former tot I I' The entire proceeds at the Saturday ently 'enforced; and the thousands of Will Buy the Beat .'
"settle." Mr. Tunnieliffe being vicepresident morning entertainment at the visitors to this county feel gratified Gilt-edged proposition for a man
.. of the Bank of Saint Cloud''Casino will be devoted to the feted ,the decision. of energy and initiative. County
lover !
j had other mat tern of business. to.'needed by the European Relief Council : libel representation desired A legitimate The** Are Scarp of thai Barcaim Offered by the r
The suit for two thousand .
took. after. I|I -the management gaining not one and practical proposition; will not '
dollars threatened by the late man-
'' Interfere with present employment. F. c.
BRYAN
cent for the of the COMPANY .
expense presen-
Par-excellvnt ranch fine lakefront I r
: ; ; agement of the Casino against one Write for particulars to FavoriteManufacturing r<
highly improved and stocked. At a tation. of the writers on The Gazette seemsto Company, Tampa,
'j'. price to .urprise you if taken at i j For sale or rent: six-room two. "have died a-bornin'." The sitfy Florida. 6-tf Oil "DOLLAR t
onw. Nelson Realty Company. .story modern house; close in. I Im uniqueness ,of the affair would have DAY ,
Mrs. S. W. Ixiwler and daughters 'mediate possession; $3,500, or mil made the suit most amusing. NOTICE OF REMOVALI .
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; Misses Lottie and Lola Lawler,drove rent for $100 per month balance d f A notice appears in this issue of vi
from. Lakeland last Sunday afternoon season. Nelson Realty' Company. The Gazette calling attention to the have changed my location from 30 Pound of Meal-
.., and ,attended vesper services MV and Mrs. Bart Bryan hay ''necessity of those intending to participate my Broadway place, and may now
30 Pound of Grit___________.
at Methodist church that evening, left Nassau for Havana, and advices \ in the coming city electionto be found at my new location acrpss ; w
They returned home after church, state thlt there is every indication pay the poll tax. This order applies the alley from the rear of the Katz .4 Pounds of Peanut Butter____ '
accompanied by Mr. Lawler. they will leave Cuba during the com :. to women as well as men-and store Hero I shall have more opportunity r
Mr and :Mrs. M. Scramlin fre |ng month, pass through the canal, strict compliance will be demanded to display my work! and 6 Can No. 2 Salmon-__ 4
quent visitors in Kmsimmce for the and will remain several months In upon the part of the officials. .The can the more readily turn out better l
{. past nine years, have arrived from California before reaching their last date upon which every poll tax results at a more rapid rate than 5 can. No. I Roast Beef______
4t '( Climax, Michigan, and are located at home in Kissimmee. must be paid is Saturday, February ever before. I ask a continuance of: i
t," tf their bungalow 1017 Emmett street The United Seed Stores, of Hamas 12. my former trade, and solicit all new 5 Can. No. I Corned Baaf___
"We have not been in Kissummev City are boldly reaching out for Residents: of Kissimmee who are work in the line of sign and ornamental -
'' which be need- 25 Bar Good Laundry Soap____
each winter for nine years," said Mr.c trade throughout Osceola county-a; besieged by travelling women to painting may
lis ed in this and counties. In
Scramlin "but winter have be seen by their announcement adjoining
we
every may give them for various
II! -T' subscriptions case 1 guarantee complete sat 8 Package of Oatmeal___ ___
every
't- misted being here we have regretted in another column Not only doesthat periodicals should act with caution
c,. it." firm handle seeds of all kinds before separating themselves from la/action at prices as conservative as
it is possible to make.ERNEST 4 II-ounce Jar Preserves _
Splendid two-story twven-room hut touches upon "everything for the the mon*. Loral people will gladly
farm garden, and orchard," in a L, GREEN,
house rented for
to
good advantage Big accept subscriptions any publication "
0/' s ir.rasr..'*' Nic corner. .Scaring or- manner that* is trade-getting. and will" be prenent to make 5-3tc, "Painter of_Everything. 6 7-ounce! Jar Jelly,_..,"----. rs v"s

,{r.' ...' ige trees; $4,000. Terms. Nelson Nice home outside city limits on good I if there is an error. Paying GREATLY INCREASED 3 40c +
\ 1rI' Ity Company. high ground; 8 large lots; -house peregrinating pilgrims\ 'for periodicals OF LEGIONIn Mayonnaise

,: Mr. and Mr*. F. B. Robbins, whose newly painted; pretty location; is somewhat rI ky. MEMBERSHIP or Salad Dressing.....___._.
H summer home is, in North Look, Nebraska $2,000. Terms. Nelson Realty Com-* Notice is being given through the the year just past the American ... ,
t;. and who have been in theM pany. columns of The Gazette this week by Legion doubled in membership and
'.'. J habit of spending their winters in'' There was another large audience Pat Johnston that he plans to ask added 3,417 posts, according Na-
their property at Saint Cloud were Sunday afternoon at the entertainment the coming session of the legislaturefor : tional Headquarters. All records for Any of These For $1.00
if, In Kissimmee on Friday on matters given by the Kissimmee Con- the passage of a local hog law' growth, however were broken by the '
of business. ,Mr. Robbins is ', for certain sections of Osceola Woman's Auxiliary which startedthe
prepar- cert 'band-and a most entertaining
injf a series of articles regarding :program was given. .There is .a, vociferous ty. The announcement defines coun.j, year 1920 with 5,000 member! F. C. BRYAN COMPANY:
Florida for publication in newspa-j applause from the multitude district which will be embraced and finished with an enrollment of : : {:
pers and in pamphlet_ _.form. I I of parked cars after each number calls upon the people of that community 4 200,000 and a total of 1,695 units :
-" that Ie especially pleaaing. to give expression to their All state departments registered
views regarding the matter.II. substantial (rains and new posts were Telephone 8
To the Ladies About 200 acres located three M. Bennett, organizer of the formed in the following countries: 46 MAIN ST. KISSIMMEE, -;
miles from Kissimmee; joins big,' Southern Cattle Loan Company, the Argentine Republic, Belgium, Chile,
Of KissimmeeMRS. lake 60 rods; and fronts on county I new financial institution which will China, Guatemala, Japan, Samoa,
road. Best combination land in
Santo and Peru. .
Domingo
have its headquarters In --- - -- - -
i Jat'kson-I . .
Flonda. Three flowing wells; orange .
BOWER WILL BE HERE IN ville, was In Kissimmee yesterday ,
grove; buildings; 112,500 Nel promoting the measure. Mr. Bennett INTEREST FOR 100 YEARS ,,, ,
A SHORT TIME; WILL MAKE: UP son Realty Company. announces that he is receiving wonderful REACHES IMMENSE SUM

BY MACHINERY YOUR HAIR- From the pace at which trains are I. encouragement from all sec The claim of--W. F. Morgan, a Goodman & Woodall :
brought into Kissimmee tions of the all cattlemen
now being state as machinest of Syracuse, New York, to ,
COMBINGS SWITCHES, TRANSFORMATIONS it might be presumed that the engineers realize the importance of this under- $210,000 from the state of New ,. ;
in that old maxim: a
believed taking. .
, Hampshire on $50 note his
CURLS AND a given 4
"Before one can walk he must learn Frank Crisp, the genial managerfor ancestors in 1774 might well be usedas ;
of those who have. The New: :
Some Croc38ry
PUFFS to creep. WiUon-Toomer Fertilizer Com. an object lesson on compound in- ; ,,
1 504 VERONA timed the pace say that in place of pany in its extensive development terest. One hundred and forty-six r '
j six miles allowed reucedthe city the operations at Davenport was in Kis years ago New Hamoshire was hard Next to ,Chamber Commerce
IN CARE OF MRS. BARRETT speed has been to' three simmee _Monday! and made a_ social pre.aedfor funds to finance the Rev : :. ,i

., miler. lower. call on W. li.. Harris at The Gazette olutionary War that loomed upon the --' r rv
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:; office. Mr. Crisp and Mr. Harris are horizon. John Winslow an ancestor OUR MOTTO
.. o.c o.tt .Otooooo..o..otoo.ooo ..oo' both natives of Laurens, ,South Carolina of Mr: Morgan, loaned the state ten : *
3: and had a very pleasant visit pounds sterling. He was given a .' ? ,
discussing' people and things "back note bearing compound interest. The PRICES THE FAIREST ""

home." slip of paper yellow with age, bears : QUALITIES THE BEST '
Married: At the Christian church the signatures of the secretary and .."'
Kissimmee, Wednesday January 26, treasurer of the state with the : \ ".
I've Sold Store! Rev. W. H. Coleman officiating, pledge of compound interest payable ,
My Clark Bogard, of Went Salem, Illinois annually. The little $50 note grew .,-:.. SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR MENU V..: ,
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and Miss Gertrude Hoff of EI- and grew until Mr. Morgan who
dorado, Kanpas. Mr. and Mra. Bora secured it from his grandfather has ASPARAGUS SPINACH BEETS I '
rd will make their future home in now begun proceedings to collect a ,.
his state the bride having resigneda I total sum of $210,000. \
HEINZ CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP ,, ,,.
high position in the schools of her (
city to to Florida and are now NOTICE TO USERS OF ICE a
come GUAVA PASTE HEINZ APPLE BUTTER GUAVAv JELLY
? I have disposed of the mercantile establishment visiting relatives at Haines City Notice is hereby] iven that on and ,

I have succeeded in building to Surveys are being made by authorIty after', February 1 all ice will be sold HEINZ PORK AND BEANS WITH. TOMATOdSAUCE-lfit. i ,
i of the board of county commisioners strictly for cash or tickets. Ticketscan
f t. pleasing proportions-and the new owner A. regarding the construction ofa I I be secured from drivers in any : ; HELEN LAWTON COFFEE CHASE & SANNBORtf COFFEE: .k fr4
the Jane Creek amounts from $1.00 .
bridge through up.
"S'. F. Fleming is now in posiession. For him . swamp. The order was issued upon Ice cards must be properly displayed ALL BEST BRANDS OF COFFEE u '
of W. H. which I in order to insure prompt
application Kempfer
I' I ask ibe kindly treatment that has been
t same was approved by the county attorney service. : HEINZ PORK AND BEANS WITHOUT TOMATO SAUCE ..

I" afforded me. Pat Johnston-who said that a portion H. R. MAY, '
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BABY GREEN LIMAS SALAD DRESSING '
,: of the expense of construction Manager Kissimmee Ice Company. ; "

i;; It is necessary that all who may be owing : deeply would be interested borne by those in a who highway were 7-5t ?. PLUM PUDDING SWAN'S DOWN- CAKE FLOUR KUM*+ ,r'--l a.

- J.,. me shall make immediate settlement-asI : through that portion of the county.A Feed For Laying Hens : BONED CHICKEN IMPORTED SARDINES ,fc 'f',

: change for the better has been In supplying feed for fowls there ... ,"' '
II I am in need of the fundi. Those will conI made in the Onceola Hardware Company are three kinds of constituents which : A COMPLETE LINE OF VEGETABLES DAILY 3'

: plant by the removal of the officers should be present in certain fairly
fer a favor by a prompt action in this matter. ; :
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Ifit rear of the store. Heretofore, the results are to be obtained most eco- j
In retiring I wish to sincerely thank .:. senior member of the firm asserts nomically. These constituents are Come to the Store of Good Things to Eat. Saturday. Dollar Day. It ; s .f.fis
the outlook the has sad- mineral and carbonace-
.. upon avenue nitrogenous
t those who have favored me with their patronage Iy interfered with the progress of all of which are contained in ', here you will find a complete line of the best,goods to be obtained. .' '&i"

and trust that the pleasure derived from the work; but with the offices pro- T n. wheat oats, and barley, but
t erly arranged away from the turmoil not in the right proportions to )give 1"
; all our transactions has been mutual. i./ of the thoroughfare there will the greatest yield. In addition
be more seclusion and more comfort. some animal feed and green feed Your Trod Will Be Appreciated. ,a

<: .. W. Hartman who came from Chicago should be supplied. ; w
\ t last November to be the guest When buying a soap for the face
B. DICKERSON of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Piano for a and hands, be sure to get the very Goodman & Woodall ::

't. r few weeks, left on Monday for his best you can buy. Harsh soaps in ,
M home. lie, declared that he greatly time ruin the skin cause the poresto r
Preprist.rsNEr'I''T0 ,
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Kiasinuneeyet
:THE CUT hI RC .: business called him home; but he ad become'enlarged generaL Get a pure and ,are good harmfulin soap : CHAMBER OF COMMERCE- .,- t-,.
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ded that'his first visit here(would by that, U not ,highly scented, : "
no 'means be hi* last one., He 'plansto i BROADWAY 1t'ls's.fi''iE, . ( *
return early .next: aefeon- and Some men,\ lib mules,. do ,little . - -- -' -- r A' a
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De:9: D e9D NEW YORK' DAILY PAPER: '. To' drive oat 'worms' that area eating .I The farmers of Serbia- make their J>o 't You Forget It. J
j& eieDSDl:1' =JDe:1DIJOl9!!! Q BOOSTS FOR THE WEEKLY Y away .the strength and vitalityof (I own liquor from the fruit of the Bear in mind that .Ch.mberlar.11Tabeta
P, a. your child, use Whites Cre,mVermifuge. plum.; These,plum. are shaken into ndt only move the bowels'
../ It expels the barrel left one but improve the appetite and
m Advertising in the country weekly ; worms wherof( they are
,. .. I. the most valuable* advertising in without Injury to the child.. Price month and the liquor distilled from strengthen the digestion. They oon.
Where will find an- the world. Expert advertiser say it 85c. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy the mash. During plum time one'can'eeetwo : tam, no pepsin or other digestive tL*_ r
you but the stomacaand
or threepeasants sitting ferment strengthen
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I U not only the most valuable but the Valley rain
most cl..ntlfic' advertising- the The San Joaquin crop by their Area watching the distillingprocess I enable it to' perform its- function ..-

other food that comes world. Advertising the _magazines for 191 was sold for 50000000., . ,. naturally.. ..- : _. ___.__ '
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has to be general, for. the ;
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withsuch .s!
ready-cooked
to you the average magazine that you .. . !
receive today was set in type several ,
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flavor and m weeks ago. and the advertising copy t '
economy Wall probably 'prepared several weeks I Ij

f .. f health building satisfac' m before in that.conditions the This'means magazines several.have I that weeks,to advertisers anticipate ,in-* j i PK." : ; - ,.. .. .!:,

: Q tionGrape advance of the time f he' copy, Is pre : : ) :
\ as. .m pared. ' H I'N' ,.1)'. 1 i f. NI 1"1 '( ;S'
This is not so4' with advertising in '/i
: Nuts the country weekly, for the country !.f' t :
?a F = m weekly has the advantage ,over the
r magazine in that the weekly.circu r- 11BY17ESEA
lates in a comparatively small territory (
and the name of the merchantor ; ,l
Tnis combination of wheat mIn the business man who is -selling h
the goods can be placed in the ad .s,
and malted barley i&a firm Gfjf vertisement. This is impossible in I

_ favorite with families that sometimes magazine The weekly advertising the newspaper whole ,nation.which also is'ronMdered covers- Is Proving Without A Doubt 'J]

II have used it for years and 10 the best advertising medium !

know its food value for 0 r in.the ppr. the reason world by that expert it has advertisers a more intimate -

8 association with the family The Best Advertised
a both childrenand grown than. 'a magazine or' a daily newspaper Project I

(m l ups. 0i No local merchant can afford not I ,
to advertise in weekly newspapers of .
a the better class. It in a sad commentary -
Reason" i upon small town businessmen : ; r ,
"There's Entire Coast
9 a that they don't see the advantage -i Upon The Florida East
9n of their carrying an advertise '
01 ment in the small town paper every .
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Made by Postum Cereal Co..Inc. 01D. is single the week.cheapest Such salesman"an advertisement that the i j t ';1'

I Battle Creek.Mich. .Im tac merchant can employ. The money :
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D.i pent in advertising in the better I .
lass of weekly newspapers is an investment .
i and not an expense; and :j I From The Book Of Explanations
it is the best paying investment that
aoOacoc aooaoar. oo Doan:: the merchant ran make; but not one J
In a thousand publishers of the | 1. And there cam unto that section of tile state called by the people Brevard. -
weekly papers is ('ompf'nsated'Anv- I i
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: Remember the war cost billions. I where near what he is worth to the in'' 2. Wherein there was situate Melbourne which was well-born, and was a moM thriving spot it
merchants and to the community '
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; RUB MY TISM Your income tax for 1920 helps to which he lives and to whose interests | near the waters of the ocean \f
defray part of it. he dedicates his life. Every; editorof ( '
{' a weekly newspaper is constantly 3. A man of much foresight., and one 'well-versed in the things that go far toward making perfect )
It a powerful Antiseptic and Pai4dBer The 30,000,000 industrial workersin -
merchant III |
behalf of
in
the United States lone on an average working every l those things that' were left inperfect 'by Nature; t
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ii cures infected cuts, old sores of nine days a through sick In his community, whether that merchant r '
year II patronizes the local paper or 4. And in his vision be bade build himself and for others
ness. The monentary loss to the saw great things; and he was to unto r 'I
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,;k. / \j tetter, etc. Relieves Sprains NeuRheumatism. workers is $700,060,1)00.; The loss in not regressive; but every community merchant, unfortunately of every-)I a huge bridge that the travel to the ocean might be the more easy; :,
effort amounts to 270-
: a t.., productive does not have the business common '
4!, to. TIOO.OOO days a..year._ u ___ j sense and the business, foresight I! 5. And again' he saw in. his vision mach growth aad great increase in all the lands border- f

to see that it i is to his own personal ing the great body of waters. 1
t ...tl r-_ the ( ( !
r lt .falfata fa Intrfaltt0.m .it advantage to help support 'oun-I
'. try editor by advertising-telling 6. So it came to pass that he planned much and he devised IndiaUnlic. which, being interpreted .$

M .e Me Well and Strong" people how it in can the be newspaper secured and what what he has it ,I meant that the wealth and beauty and sweetness or* the Indies were joined to the Atlantic. 4

e- !' J cast Newark Union-Gazette. I 7. And the people marvelled, and they said with one accord. Here will we take land and ''I i.

., ''o.} ; ANOTHER WOMAN WHO IS THANKFUL FOR The Best Cough Medicine. build unto us a home that shall be better than other homes. !
When a druggist finds that' his l
customers all speak well of a certain 8. Whereupon they immediately grew busy and did as they had declared.
PE-RU-NA preparation, he forms a good opinion : *..
of it and when in need of such a 9. And then there was another chapter.
., medicine is almost certain to use it
f 1 .1--...Ukn.....I........,rvnniItbjTUM himself an din his familv. This, is 10. So mote it be.
'V L-': cad aad Ita.r.stbanal........ IoWr.1y.. Ia why so many druggists use and rec- ,
' rj' I="" .r.d; '" .01 ommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem
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i :I 7 was.auay. t u.wk":ve..r edy. J. B. Jones, a well-known drug Read what W. H. Tunnicli@e vice-president of the Bank of Saint Cloud a man who has toured i

I"; tJ" "' 110'Yeti>(>Ii.! ..., Ilea,"" 4 gist of Cubrun, Ky., says, "I have extensively and without doubt very thoroughly "knows his America" has to say regarding India- '
_ .: JUa......._ used Chamberlain's Cough Remedyin ,
my family for the past seven I )lantic By-The-Sea., which he recently visited. 4. t

..tl.,' .1.o..J ....,..w laws- Md-M Wt pa.ra.N I seven years, and have found it to .
!7 ,Y saws-food a tor..t.na ar the__b,.......a be the best cough medicine I havo
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T -i...;=;:;.o.d.rrdV ...r.diel..,....., ? &Joe...S TaM.tos.. I.icpW ever known, I I I ,t

? ,t t ::: : =- ale err n.s LAKELAND'S SUNDAY FIRE .... .. ...... . .. .. ... .....ooo oOot O oooooooo.o .o. /'\
t;. y t.;; : SoU Ev.rywltere J CAUSES LOSS OF $18,000 I. V ( '

: O Ital---ttatas uafalt it STAR OFFICE IS GUTTEDA '. . \ < '. "' ::1.
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BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES order your fertilizer without section of Lakeland brought' :, .' Mr., W.. H ',Tunnicbffe. s"'Letter: ; .- ,,;".\IZ'lJ;\ :",'t\w., ::.1'I.! ;, "\;: .,1 '..... ,..
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.You will make a mistake if you about a loss estimated at fully $18- #
getting our NEW PRICE.LISTS. JUST,ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATT Rt 000. At eleven o'clock the entire interior I ,
.!ALS, PROMPT SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides, of the Waring grocery was o i
., Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. 'found in flames and these spread to {
"I 1 believe the seashore hidialantic is of the beau-
at one most ?$
,- building\ which almost -
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. the Herron was' I
rt JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA a total loss. Next door was the tiful natural ocean beaches to be found on the Atlantic coast. ;
;, office of the Morning Star, which '
..-... ', rendered almost a complete loss. It "It has been my privilege to have visited practically all the S ,i it
t was only by strong work upon tho I
part of the fire department that I prominent Atlantic shore resorts from Maine to Florida, and in my fit J

: there was not a duplication of that I excel in natural this stretch of oceanfront which '" ':'
opinion beauty
TO THE PEOPLE OF OSCEOLA COUNTY! conflagration which, last year, less none ;
V __ i than one block away, brought: about lies within a few hours ofNSaint Cloud and Kissimmee. "
a loss of some $150,000. !I J'
HEAR Vtl HEAR YE1-CITIZENS ALLI! In the fire of Sunday night, the j 'The completion of the bridge over the Indian River now I
which is unknown, the '
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r You are interested in the up-building of South Central and Waring origin grocery estimates its loss at|j nearly accomplished, and a proper improvement of the road between

-k7 north'" South'" Florida in particular, its resources, its products, its $6,000, the Herron building, which'was Saint Cloud and Melbourne, will give the people of Osceola county .Ii..
i' badly. damaged, is estimated at I L
:country place and cities, and its people. '
# '" $4,000; the Star at $6,000 and the all the advantages of a seaside resort within an easy two hours' .
We believe there ft of this section
nothing productive
< so Herron Dry Goods and Notion Com- .,,
,, .. and so great a factor in its up-building as' pany, from loss by water, places its motor trip from their homes. '\
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SUB!TROPICAL MID-WINTER FAIR stock damage is at soaking about from$3,000.the The thousands whole 4 'The opening of the Indian River bridge will greatly increasethe J.

I I, TO BEHELD AT ORLANDO, FLORIDA I of rection.gallons of' water poured in its di accessibility of this beautiful resort and it remains now for the .!

r"' FEBRUARY 15, 16, 17, 18, 19-1921 counties of Brevard and Osceola to complete the hardsurfacing of
r : 'FIVE' GREAT DAYS OF PLEASURE AND PROFITBIGGER SUNDAY A BUSY DAY .
the road Melbourne.
AT LOCAL RACE TRACK to
AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE

f Johnny' Jones Greater Shows--biggest aggregation on the road Sunday an.ethere;;; ;- was a' "The people of Osceola should not succumb to the discouragement -

-11, December first until the fair open ill gate to the great crowds the fair grounds south of Kissimmeeand .
"L5; .- coming. -- there were numerous tryoutson a failure due to miscalculation, mismanagement or worse, but they

f.,' CITIZENS OF VOLUSIA SEMINOLE, OSCEOLA,. LAKE AND many the ponies half-mile that track were of some to be of the entrants ,4 <> should bend every energy to bring about the completion of the road

pf .. URGED TO PREPARE EXHIBITS in the prospective races. originally planned---because it means great and increasing advantages 1
';'of: TO. SHOW AT THIS FAIR tents were erected last Several
where those interested in the to this community both in a business and social way. r
T ; Y ; W, R. O'NEAL J. L, GILES c. E. HOWARD now on took up residence; the I
f President Treasurer Secretary were found in excellent condition; "W. H. TUNNICLIFFE."

M eq ;.. .i and the track was declared perfectby
A t... -.ooooo.oo.oo.OOt.ooo..ooooooo ..oooo oo those who professed to be judges. .
: 't __ During Sunday afternoon some 'of '
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which was advertised to furnish I w_. 1
vsta' amusements during the days of 'the I -
: race were drawn to the grounds S
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Kill That Cold With having arrived by rail during the YOURS IN HASTE t

; '4 night preceding. The racing stock
<<* ; promised commenced arriving Sun
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Monday and Tuesday.JACKSONVILLE 1 1Sales

METROPOLIS ,. INDIALANTIC SALES COMPANY

i'J. CASCARA & QUININE MEMBER-OF SILENCE CLUB . I

r A man asked the Metropolis1 to Managers Kissimmee Salesmen: R. P. WHITE ;
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:tj;. troll AND write an editorial'about the cat VERNON D.; HAVENS L E. GREENWOOD ik

t , C.H., c.." e OM\9 'La Grippe that nuisance every in morning Jacksonville.. his slumber lie stated wasdisturbed HENRY 0.'HARt's' E. C. PETTIBONE t

'J 'f..7: by neighbor's cats holding ..
,J' ; Neglected Colds Dangerous '' : .
are
a little.. priV: to opereon.'a backyard '
p 1"I;: ) 'Tab bancs.. K..p thie standard rraMdy bandy for the >\}it .nasty fence. .WV:: seed, acting on Jthe ;. 'JJ
suggestion of e.Kisaimmee Valey'G.zettethat ,'
.* 1 V;> rs.b'up cold In hour.-R.liev.i ,
t' a. 34 the newspapers of I WITH H. >M. itU U*, IESALTYcoblritxirTelepLose"231 !
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Florida quit giving cat( 1) any
..- ; -" '4.M';' QoJntn io this fonu do4 not''afbct tb:'IaaacI-Cucara .U cwt 'Tooie more i .publicity-.Jacksonville lie USSIMMEE ; 1S BraaaVay '
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-This sale consists of the. following, property: .Vans.Agnew's,,' 9-rpqm, 'home in. the W.-.: A.'. :Patrick.:. :.!:. ," Addition ,. -
't near.the Court House; S. D. Fair's'9-room house on!MabbetteStreet) i:;; C. H.. Grantham's 8-room. 'house, ,
on Mabbette Street; J. W. Wilder's .7-room house on Mabbette Street; Mrs. Cotterman's 6-room house oh.
Mabbette Street; Mrs. Green's 6-room house on Mabbette"Street; Mrs. Sarah A. Prevatt's 6-room house and y

acres of land on West Mabbette Street; Mrs.. Gilbert's 10-room house on Main Street; Mr. Swingle's:, 8- r3

.. room house 'on Main Street: D. M. Bpyte's 7-room house.on Main Street; Judge Kribb's 10-room house and); ffVf
10 acres of land on Vine Street; Mr. Bassett's 10-room'house on West Mabbette Street. 'W &
All these homes are in good condition, on good streets, in some of the best sections of the town. If,you< "

need a home, or have money that you want to invest, be. sure and attend this sale. We must sell this property '
and' some one is going:-.to buy it at a bargain. All property in Kissimmde will double in value in 'less

It than five years. Located as this town is, it is bound to grow. You watch her and see if we a.re' not;: :right,, ,

." This sale will.start.on Main' Street promptly at 1:30 o'clock p. m., Thursday, February 3. . ,


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+ OOo OOOOOOHtOOOOH+Ho OOtOOo-o-HoHo.OH V

25 to 40 Per Cent Reduction -
1 on All SEE OUR WINDOWSee Below Cost > '

RangesTwo You will need a new

beautiful Mascot Ranges. one this spring
White Enamel Finish. Regular the Assortment of Beautiful Cut Glass .f" :
BUY IT NOW
z Price $115.00. Dollar Day ,
WORTH UP TO $3.50 f
>& $80.00All Northland Refrigerator Regular ..

other Mascot Ranges, regular ,ON SALE FOR ONE DAY AT Price. $50.00. Dollar Day )L I
price $100.00., Dollar Day, ; .. $36.00 ,M
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$75.00AileD" ,,. ,",),(:,., :. I , $1 33 ', \, ,. !' ': ;.;;;:'.,;. .. ,,',. 'Northland. Refrigerator Regular .IiI
Princess" Ranges Regular 1 'Ptfl' # !I ,rl"M.r" : " :.,: ': '. ',>;.J""": ,, t'\t t \\{\.; ; Price $41.50 Dollar Day
1 Price, $100.00 .Dollar Day. 28.00 '"
-- fi'4 4fi4a ?srbfi??404 M'w' !S':4{}+' "
k your choice ________$75.00Red Northland Refrigerator Regular
Price. $33,00. Dollar Day. I I'

Star Stoves $21.00 '
Victory Refrigerator. Regular'''I
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*; 15 Per Cent Off Price $42.00. Dollar Day. ''

|Red Star Ranges Regular Price. Per $33.50 : i
$92.00 Dollar Day ____$78.20 Winchester Shells 80c V
; Victory Refrigerator. .Regular t-:
xt Red Star Stove, Regular Price Powder BOX Price 3600. Dollar Day.

,z ;, $75.00 Dollar Day ___.$63.75 $28.00 I i

". :' ,Red Star Stove Regular Price. Victory Refrigerator. Regular .t
GENUINE GOLD SEALCONGOLEUM
$42.00. Dollar Day __-.$35.70 KITCHEN TABLES Price $27.50.. Dollar Day. i
**, RUGS $22.00Rid f.
'' Porcelain top Combination Tables With
V U. S. N. 1O Per Cent, Off on All Sizes j
Cabinet Underneath FOR ONE DAY ONLY Jid


Deck ,Paint No.; I Table. Regular Price $50.00. Dollar Day______-___$37.00 NURSERY REFRIGERATORSLarge Ironing Boards. Regular Price "I. .

7 \'For. Wood! Plaster or Metal; Inside No. 2 Table. Regular Price $37.50. Dollar Day__________ 27.00 Size. Regular Price $9.00. Sale Price________--___$7.30 $5.00. Dollar Day ___--_$3.75 \ i
i or Outside. Easy to apply. Plain Porcelain Top. Regular Price 1750. Dollar Day____12.00 Small Size. Regular Price $7.50 Sale Price_____________ 6.00 2
r 2 1) .c Qu; ck drying. It is good Paint.

.2.h V'V Ufa $4.00 Gallon Per Plates, Cups and SaucersPlain GUNS,1//,1,1r

f White Dinner Plates, Regular Price $1.50 Per Set, $3.00 Per Dozen-Dollar Day Price$1.00 Per Set, $2.00 Per Dozen
Plain White Cups and Saucers, Regular Price $2.00 Per Set, $4.00 Per Dozen:-Dollar Day Price$1.50 Per Set, $3.00 Per Dozen Tackle Leather r ?'
Fishing ,
1
Letting
1.t ; J FARM IMPLEMENTS E f ,
Pocket Knives, Spark Plugs, I ; s...
We. will give a very good discount > Michelin Tires ':"
*:v; on all 'Plows, Cultivators, Har'tows ROOFING
r ts : and other Implements 10 Per Cent OffSADDLES .1

,,I' bought on-Dollar. Day. 35 Pound I-Ply American Ready Roofing,' Regular Price $2.75--Dollar Day Price ____________________________________$2.25 .
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45 Pound 2-Ply American Ready Roofing; Regular: Price $3.25-Dollar Day Price 4 T-,------------------ 2.75
k 55 Pound 3-Ply America Ready 'Roofing, Regular Price $3.75-Dollar Day Price 4___________________________________ 3.50 -
Bicycles (,


2.r One Bicycle Regular Price$60.00. MAKINSON".COMP Bridles, Saddle Bags, and all f"I'.h J
i1' Dollar Day ___to____.-..$43.00 W. B ANY Leather Goods at .''.,0,;'.
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:One. Bicycle Regular Price$45.00. -. 25 Per :-'
; Dollar ,Day ______*.pJIr' ---$38.00R. Cent Discount"t
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THE KISS1MMEE" VALLEY'GAZETTE, FRIDAYJANUARY2S,192I ,ELEVEN ,

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-:LOSS OF WEIGHT :II I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS J II,p dependent A rson son1, but who not has,to:'left a $200 home credit but for who a I f. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS_ 1 II


Mineral We''. W. Va.1** glad v sends his mother more than one-half .

t. have. tie privilege. of reoommend-r 1T>R SALE-Bulck tourli.o- can ,five the sum required for her support is NO-TICK or APPLICATION' FOR TAX coalmine* an Interest therein The'
lug Dr. j'i.re.'em.dIcLs. FOR SALE pass.riserj perfect condition. Or entitled 'to' the $200 credit provided DKHD. lelrs at law of Joseph R. Tantum deceased -

I was will exchange for rood roadster and tjie mother support herself S -' : The devisees '.nder the Will
FOR BALB-Twelve bens and a rooster cannot of Joseph R. Tantum deceased, and
all run-down and part.cash. a. C. Darker. Klsslmmee
Otherwise the must be: considered NOTICE IS HKRKBT GIVEN: That '
; full blooded Brown Uefhorns. ----- .0-- amounts ,all parties claiming an Interest In the
In a very bad con Price $15.00. O. 1L Murphy, Limit FOR HAM5. (lnltl. Comb White !... >" as a gift and, therefore, the Certificates Oorrle: K. Jones 7iO' .., OS purchaser and OS of, dated Tax land hereinafter described. under Joseph .

dition. Had doctored street and, Midland Hallway 4-Jtx horn enirs; Ferris 100 and SHU-stralnr credit is not allowed. A son living at the Srd day of June, A.. T. Hit. ha.Sled It. Tantum. deceased or otherwise '
hundred of II6O for fifteen esrirs: lll.to per claiming an Interest therein; and)
BOAT FOR 8AL.BAlmos new ,mo- ; Pine- home 'and supporting; his father., said certificates my office, and !.. olalmlnir an
I.k 100. Apply to A. L> Msrston. persons
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dollar for f..1 tRtIErhr
and has made application tax deed to
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away ;
tor boat; capacity or 10 paasen- dale Addition, PostofOoe Uox 447.Klaslmmee. mother, or other relative'may claim with followlnr describedand
,. never received any ",.n; IS feet long; all ,,)'prt!.. lumber 7- tM the $2,000 exemption allowed the certificates Issue In accordance embrace the following law. Bald described which I. the land described ', In a'
benefit from the Price tils complete. or will the Bill of Complaint In (Macas.., to.
., doctor sell boat without motor for $7B FoR feAL.B-flood 10-ounce tent. I1x I head of a family but not the. $200 property, situated. }In Osoeola. wilt The West-half (WH oC the

.4. "Ja medicine" I*. O. McCabe Klsslmmea Hark. Itf 11 feet. ( foot wall: 'all extras! In ,.credit unless such relative Is under County loOt I, as Florida embraced to-wlt In: Certificate'No.OS Hauthweat quarter CB\\)4)) .of the

,; .4 1 also was operated flne shape! also springs, new lan 18 years of ag .' or incapable of self-/ .and Lot 7 embraced rn Certificate Northwest quarter fNWUr) 01 Section
': upon for fern* FOR' 8ALK)Fourteen shares of stock I t..rn. 'cupboard. A snap at I2S. V. No. 41. of lilock I. Florida ,Drained Fourteen (14), 'Township, TwentyfiveIS
'I I. Inlne trouble but In the Klaalinmee Ice and ColdSLorai. R. Wotrlns;, 1U Sumner street. 7-Itx! support. bund Company' 8nbdlv1slon No. I. ( ) South. Ranre Twenty-nlae (S')
,
on1. ''' Company. For Informationapply The said In ml being assessed at.thedate ; Rest containing twenty/ (2 acres.
w. able to dra and''tkept
: raround '
to R T. Hutler former manaver FOR flAI.E-.-H.>raes and Mules. Inquire TAX ASSESSOR S NOTICE of Issuance In the name of Un- more orvleaa, under. T. It Haley and
: getting worse:all'' tbe time. I 21 Verona street Klsslmmee of J. M.', Miller. l$-tf. tnown. Unless said certificates shallbe its wife/ If he be married; Thomas R

only -weighed 116 Dr. pound. A friend S 6-tf. Von JII.\J.JO-Two boy.* suits. 4yesrold In, compliance with Chapter 5596 deed redeemed will i Issue according thereon" on to law the tax ftth William nailer and Hudson Sarah and A. nall.I"1....his If he wIVeD'be *>'<*wl
recommended 'i
PJeree' medicine .1... velvet, one dark blue On. Laws of .-Florida will be at the followingnamed of February. Ai I IX lull.J. married: Joseph H. Hudson and, hie
.... FOR 8AL.R:-One Vets Electric Wall day
to me so I took four bottles of the dark trreen. Russian style, white \ the date. I.. OVER8TREKT.Clerk wife. If he be married; Oeorfe K.
Plate Practically new. At. r<'a- places on
Hudson and his If he be
'Favorite Prescription' and now I doall aonabte Ja- Apply Valley
price. the of
below for
Albert J.
Apply SOI Main ..lr..Lu given purpose receiving : Gardner and Ills wife
my work and take care:! of fourchildren _ette.. 7-tf. tax returns: Florida. if he"1>e married Charles B. Love andWillisin

JBTHKL: ,RICHARDS.and Iv weigh K. F.D.173MRS.1. ,FOR RAL.K-A nv..room' rottSK" ont FOR model SALE three!)-One, ,vierble Hmerson a. rood Typewriter... new Shingle Creek:.' Monday, January. (Circuit Court Seal 4-Kt Estate of M.Joseph Canby R..:.Tantum Trustees, deceaaed of the. I'

>' 'I I' t<- acre tract at Klaalmmee Park. Oasette. IfMISCELLANEOUS. 31; 10:00 a. m. IK TIlE CIRCUIT: COURT OP THW8HVRNTKICNTH ;' Charles B. Ix>rs. and William M.
5- -_. 4 Moms bearing fruit trees and some Apply Valley Campbell Station Monday January31 !: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Camby, .. Trustees and na Executors '
young trees; with "or without furniture OP TIlE 8TATIU OF FIXMUPA. under the 1".t'In and Testament of
I : good iirleslan well At a ; 1:00 p. m. AND FOR OSCKOF.A COUNTY: IN Joseph R Tsntum, deceased : Annie
barictvin. W. Carwlle. Klsslmmi Saint Cloud, Tuesday February 1; CHANCERY: r. IfVltlock, Com M. Tantum, and her huaband. If she be
Park. Florida.. 7-21 I AM 8BIXINO Osceola Fertlllsi-r 10:00 plalnnnt. Versus Thomas f). Held et married; Pereey It. Tantum and hi.
the best Iha '. made F. H. Law- a. in.Narcoosaee al. respondents: nil-Li TO QUIET TITLE wife If he be mnrrled: Lon B. Tanturn /*
F FOR 8ALl -Twelve White -nhorn son. 24tSRCNi Tuesday February 1; : OIUHCH OF' 1-unt.ICATION: and his Wife If he be married;
OIIRSOW FIIRJIIER pullets. ten months old, fine laying : 1:00 p. m. THE STATIC OF FLORIDA: da( W. Tantum and htorhu..band.ltah.
at rain.; f2 each. Also eggs for > HAND JOODS. bought sold Peer Park Thursday February 3; TO: Thomas (J, Held and JSIIsabetha be married and Viola D. Tantum and
hatching from select pens of L.lirbl* I and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf Hold hi. wife; Homer U..on...")". her huaband. If she he married. If
Brown Leghorns; Rverlay strarh: 1 I S 11.00 a. m. Charles 8. Cary and \Vm. Hoswell: anv of the same be deceaand or otherWise 4
$l.BO per setting. of 15 If called foror WANTED.WANTKI K4'tlan8vllle. Saturday, February All of whoSe' residences and Addressesare claiming an Interest In the above
.
SELLS -.. $2 per .. .Ulnr\ packed and 5 10:00 a. m. unknown: You and ouch of you described land All of whose residences -
hipped by parcel O FKrlbbs I ; are hereby rmnanded to .appear In and addresses are unknown: YOU
Klaalmmee, Ffurld". 7-4tc >-To trade for a large mule Lokosee Saturday February 5; the above entitled cause. on or before and .each of you are hereby command

4 L'ire. 1 a good younghome welurhlnir irood\ lit. aboutlOriu Pus 1:00 J ". m.Mulberry. .ho Tth day' of March, A. I). 1881. ed to appear In the above entitled 4
Fire Accident and pounda.; sound TOAll: parties .IRlmlnll' an Interest before the 4th of
FOR HALfK-Potato-farmlnir machine difference for suitable mule Tellme Sink, Monday February cause on or day
In the rollowlnir described land: T>. 1DS1.
planter April A
ry at pre-war' pricesone; ;
one heddlnfr-dlar; one "MrWhprterfertiliser i what you have J. W arsons. 7; 11:00 a. in.Kiasimmee H"I""IIII11\ % feet Rust of theouthwrst WITNF.RI4 the Honorable C O. Andrews
Health Plate Glass, Liability dlatnibutor Innulrt at. I'o.tofn..e Mox 12. Taft Florid-Stx di..trl..oflce. open all corner of Hlork "W of Judge of the above Court. and
upfer & Prather Karate, llrond- through 'March. I Henry A, Mnthvw's Addition to theTown mv name as Clerk thereof and the
6-tf of K Florida: seal of said Court at Klsslmmee 0....
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way. 'ANTJoHe..lnlr of all kinds Prlcerinaonablv WILLIAM I. BARBER "r.rIB:: ;
and Boiler Insurance. run tln-noH Knot : '. North223S4 ola County Florida, on the Slat day
Mrs J. )II. Rouse, 417 6-2t Tax Assessor. ft-rl.; lh..nc"111 122'.. foot.honce : of Pecember. A, I). 10SA.
FOR 8AL.K-Two-room houae. n.srlynl.w. Clyde avenue. 7-llx South 13' feet, thence Kant
: : (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SJ
Legal Bonds Executed with aome furniture and seven Take a dose of Herblne when yOU 7JV4 Oft ,IInil thencp Houtll 150.feet toho u ovKRa. S
lots; Just outauki.elty on West Em. ','ANTEI-tnn to solicit house to
of heKlnnlnff: All lylnff in of
: place An Clerk the above Court. S
melt street: price. 1600...ah; or house Apply to Mr Callin at Mnk- are bilious or constipated, or your And ix'lnir a part of Block "W" of saidlloiiry KRinnn RTE J1.
Same Day Needed. house and two Iota for IJon.: Forpnrtculara Inaon'a Hardware. 4FAHMKR8 - / write to C. 0.1NlleR in these Town of Klsslmmee City. Florida, under .
vel of promptness correcting
5-3tx Send for a free
I Michigan. today
8 S
O Reid and Kllsabeth
samplcopy of the Florida Farmer conditions.. Price 60c. Sold by Rob Held Thomas his wife Homer flum.eyCharles : EXECuTORS DISCHARGE FOR FINAL...
FOR RAI.On.. Nash touring car and Stockman, published at Jacksonville erson', Pharmacy. ** S. Cary andVm, Hoswell. If -

OFFICE: State Bail Buildiif and tine llaynea eeenpasentrertoiirlnit Telia about livestock ralsln any or the same he deceased or otherwise .. t". ('..rr .f r...." Jadge. Mtmtf
: <'nr Both of thee.at bargain r. dalrylns t ;,' poultry dims fruit I therein All .
Intereat :
clalinliiK an .f Klerldsi, O_la Ceesity. '
THINKS RICE CULTURE I
(r-ltx .
\\r I) Maklnson.
prices and uucklnK. weekly, at II 00 per nf whose residences and addressesare SIn
2." year three years for II.00. Only I FINEST PROPOSITION unknown: You and each of you the Estate of Cullen P. rare,
livestock and general farming paperIn I are hereby commanded to appear In Oeceaasd.NOTICFJ .
FOR RAI.E--Ponies, Saddle Horseannd the state. Write today. the above entitled cause on or beforethe 18 HRRKBY GIVEN to aO
mares. $60 up See W E. PArm..r. Samson Cason a genuine Florida 4th dav of April A. D. 1921. whom It may concern, tta"ten 'the

foreman. New Krten Plantation A. F.. LOST cracker, who has made his home in WITNESS the Honorable C. O AnIrews. nth day of February A. I>. 'ItSl"' I
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To abort a cold Thomas.near Narenona.tin Klaalmmee, Fla or 42-tf . - --- various sections of the state, has removed Judge of the above Court and shall apply to the IIon.ora.ljle Judge of
45 aa Clerk thereof and the said of Probate for
iAflT-.Inclty park on Monday H imlrof mY name Court as Judge ,
\ take
R"S For frold-rimmed upectBrlfii, In lilnrken to Kissinimee and will Real of said Court: at Ktaalmfnoe.Oare- my final discharge as Executor of
and SAI.E---flood. n aecond-hund Phnne 2R ,. .*. Hi'ward for ftnrn of Hmo up 1'arming-makinJr his specialtiesrice ola (""....ty. Florida on the list day the estate of Cullen F. Page deceased -
prevent com- cara Ham Raitadale 31.fII to the White Kitchen. KlNulmmfo and potatoes.! In fact he will of eoemher A. 1). 1 !fl.finCt'IT and that at the same time I .will
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( C-OITHT RF. \1.> final ExecutOr
- -- --------------- present my accounts as ;
nay more attention to rice than he J. U OVKRSTRKRT of said estate and ask for their ap-
pIt ations take URGING THAT KISSIMMEE ;will i to tubers, although he will have An rMerk of the above Court. aroval.Dated' .
KRinitR II STF.KIX December 4. A. D 110.
HAVE A BIRD -------j a rood 1 acreage of both. I Solicitors' for Complainant. 4-111 : H.V.. STARK.
II Mr. fason knows great deal l ,
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Ii IiFO ] I, ,
about the culture of rice and main- ()ltHIAlG I -

Several who are interested! tains that it would be no difficult I. Clmlt. < ..!*. (Mat* mt ..1..11\oo S
Audubon Society are extremely anxious -I Osceola the rice A. Or.II..so.< to Hffmlmtr ,.. OsroB ".>..trs .. that .tepi be taken to institute I task to make county of Harks A.o IJ... .r vlberlrlpo cIa ..'....,.. I. Clmaeerr.
centie of the state. He will plant for '._... Kir I. the '
: I a bird sanctuary: in the vicinity of I the Pearl variety-that being according t..r ..' KI_ls Bse J L. Button Complainant
M 11 ON Kissimmee, where the little pets. I vs.Lrfiannr .
I to his belief the variety .5
would be free from -molestation. UK IT ()OHDAINKU THE COUNCIL Button. Def ndattL \' SIt
At the solicitation of a lurc number j that will produce the best and that OF TTIK CITY OF KIHH1MMKB: : appearing by affidavit appended
s of my friends. I h..r.hy announce Other communities in the state have I can be handled the easiest. The ker- Section 1 All perspus owning public to the bill filed In the shove-stated S

m>.S"'lf a iandidat.. for th- offlo.' of taken such action mong them be- nels hard and white, yet when hucka. automobiles or other vehicles cause that Le.nor Mutton, the defend
mayor of Klaalmm.. subject to the ing Oldsmar and Zephyr Hills; and are for the transportation of pasai'mrers. ant therein named)!' la a non-resident
Whit.Ian'a! Primary to b. held on created I raised in this county the finished or engaged. In the occupationof of the State of Florida, and Is a reex. 5
March E. 1921. I d.-..Ir.. to thank my these segregated spot have product will cook the easiest and tranaportlnK pnaaenifera. for hire Ident of Redwater, Bowie County, ,
frlcnda for thi-lr I Kind support In thepast. much pleasure for the birds as well I will the grain well. within the City of Klsslmmee. shall Texas; over. the age of twenty-one I,
; and will very much appreciatexour as for those. who love the feathered, carry piij' llreime tax of Five ($5.0> Hollar years; It Is therefore ordered that the "
support and lnflu.*nr.. aKitl" "I'm a firm believer in the cultivation *. payable on or before the .lat said non-resident defendant be and Is 7'
promising. faithful service In th.. dls- songsters. of rice in Osceola county," day i>f October In each year. and no hereby required to appear to the bill __ __ __
charge of th- tlutl'" of Iho offlct'H "It is up to the women of theity, |I said Mr. Cason "and there are thousands fractional llcenne shall b" laaued of complaint. filed In said cause on or'
' The and refined M, HR.1'KJo1R. asserts one who is in earnest, "to I Section 2: No person shall charge before Monday the 7th day of Feb.
purified i of acres admirably fitted for a Kreater\ sum than Fifty cents (to.KU) ruary. A. D. ItSl.. otherwise vthe alle-
I. calomel tablet that are pole WAI ORm secure such a spot and see that pr&per ,'the culture. Of course it is all rightto for the transportation of a passenger sratlons of said bill will be taken .as''
) rules are made to preserve it and other to or from any within the confessed by said defendant. .
r.auRaleu. safe and sure. < Uilinlf of honorable T M Murphy from depredations. The women of plant produce crops city limits, : i'li.pO: however that It Is further ordered that this or* > !J

w*> her.b' announce his Candidacy I! do what start I too: but rice is a crop that does not they may charge an equal sum, foreach tier be ..publishedj>noe ,a week ?",'..,
thin city usually' they :
: Medicinal virtue retain- for Masur of the City. of Klsslmm !have to -be sold on the moment as do iwHHcnirer ao transported four consecutive wfeeks In The Klsslmmee
<*.*. out to do. Many will remember! that some other It ys no trouble Section: 8: Any parson violating" Valley Oasette, a newspaper
ia ed and improved. Sold lTpnn 1..ln.RPI..n.| : ..",*cl on the subJect it was through the work of such I crops.when will any of the above provisions shall upon published' In said County and State.''
I ho Htnt'd hill he would not announce Mrs. to store it; and someone conviction. 1>e punished bv a fine This 17th day of December, 1 10.,
only.in sealed package. hlniHf.If UN n .andidn. but It women as Mrs. Clay Johnson I put in a good mill for the husking of not morn than Ten (IIOOO Dollarsor (Ct. Ct. Seal. ) ,|
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Price35c.PIANO fit.cted he could not do lisa than N. C. Bryan. Mrs. H. Clay .Stanford, I and cleaning there will be more people by Imprisonment of not. moru than* .J. L. OVJlRSTREF.'r! ,.
strveWe. Mrs. S. B. Aultman. Mrs. N. C. Carson think. ten (10) days. "- Clerk Circuit CourtKRinnfl -.
Ix-lleve In unnouncliiK (Monorabl and Mrs. Minnie-Moore Wilson go into the business, I Section 4.: All persons operating A PTKKD. _
T M, Murphy for mar that we ,, The rice of this county is superior vehicles for hire, as above set out. Solicitors for Complainant 3-lIf", _ _
1 could not onnounca n Iw-tter man for'!I that Broadway was beautified a few to that of Louisiana\ -although itdoesn't shall post a card showing this transportation .

the position or <>n<> that has already I years ago by the setting out of the sell as ,well because it isn'tso rate.. In some conspicuouslilacs !. Clmlt ('..!.(, "( ... .* Flerlds. *...
TUNING AND REPAIRING nroven himself of greater 'Value to trees. The ,,men felt that nothing of : In the vehicle so operated for 11....._.... Jsiillelal Clrevlt Oessila -...
handsome and shiny when it hue such card to be furnished by the _ _
goeson '
this colt)'. but (...My. 'I. Cksiaeery. .f
could be through
AH Work Guaranteed __ We respectfully solicit your support .. the sort put the. market., But it has the qual. City Clerk. : .
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at 'the coming i.1,-<1 lon, the women did it. Just so can they Ities that are needed to make it All ordinances or parts of ordlnances _? Addle May Smith Complainant. .
IIi" FIll EN UR, if they will, secure a bird sanctuaryif In conflict herewith be,, and the vs.r ft" *'
A. B. YODER would and I'd palatable and, strength-giving, and it same are, hereby repealed.. Edwin 1flmlth,, Defendant "". _ _
they get busy- can be produced and sold right hereat Head a first and second time In open It appearing l>y .affidavit appended
VARIETYAT like to see them' get busy at it! home at better prices than the iM-RKlon and passed by unanimous to the bill flied In the above-stated "
CHICKENS IN
consent thin 10th day of January A. that Kdwln )I. the defendant
cause Smith
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Pfcene. 324 Kluimmee
> TAMPA FAIR HEAD OF FAMILY rice brought into the state. I'm con- I), 1921. 1 therein named. Is a nonresIdent -' -
-- S CQMING fident that all the farmers will event- H Hf, BHKXKRR of the Ktate of Florida, and !. '
-P... Johiraiun Q P OAIiRET I GETS $2,000 EXEMPTION ually raise considerable of it -and A tent I'rea City Council. I. a ,resident of Hrewton, Alabama, over'
1 Thursday February 3. is the opening ) the ofI J. II niMllORT. tke Hire of twenty-one years: It ..
this will
county gain name Clerk.KKAI. .
JOHNSTON & GARRETT City therefore ordered that the said
; date of the annual South Florida I Single persons though required to I being the centre of ,the rice district ( .) defendant be and I. hereby non.resident *,

ATTORNEYS.AT-YAW Fair and Gasparilla Carnival, which file a return if their net income for of the entire! state." Approved this 2th day of January. required to appear to the bill Of _m- .E

Osceola Band will lie held for a nine-day periodand 1920 was $1,000 or more are. if they :I ID21. plaint filed In RAid rattle on or liefor. '
Offices: 10, 11 and 12, i J. 8. CADKI,
during which a record attendance heads of families granted No Great Act of Heroism RequiredIf J Monday the 7th day of February A. I
Building. are the a I ,r.-r.t Mayor, l>. 1 J1. otherwise the alienations of _
I
not only of Floridians but of special exemption under the revenue some great act of heroism was I said hill/ will be taken sa confessed!
KISSIMMKE.. KUORIDArtt.mtM.MiiiiMni"i7t I II TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I
:
homenepkerg! from other states i.confldt'ntally is is defined by said defendant. : ,
Ja Such by
** I WII. a person 'necessary' to protect a child from wIsh to give you notice1 that at thenext It ,Is further ordered that Ihl.'Otd.., '
.. expected. Tampans arenreparing treasury regulations as "a person croup, no mother would hesitate to aeaalon of the Legislature I I amKolntc be published once a week for ,tout i
,to house and feed the visitors 'who actually supports and maintainsin I protect her offspring but when it is to nak for the paaaaire of a conseCutive weeks In The Klsslmmee' ',, '

M. TILLER at reasonable rates assigning i one household one or more individuals only to keep at hand a local 'hoir Inw In whlcn (he people of Valley: Oasette: a newspaper I.publish- .
necessary certain communities will have the ed In saM County and State: ' : S_ _
the Tourist
homes
them to through who ire closely connectedwith bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy right\ to vote. as to whether or not Thin I7th day of December ItSO..

I Information Bureau in the city hall. I him by blood relationship, relationship and give it as soon as the first hugs. will he permitted to run totIRr.e (Ct. Ct. Seal) S _ _
Real! Estate Agency. The number of counties to be rep- by marriage or by adop- Indication of thereare in that territory. I should liketo J. I* OVERflTRHKTV!; St 7
croup appears have an expression from you before
... .. I resented in the various exhibition tion, and whose right to exercise. many who neglect it. Chamber I ..ubmlllhi. bill. The purpose of Kninnn A STEEl Clerk. Circuit_ :, Court S "' ' .

Realty Bought and told. I l buildings, several of "which; have been family control and provide for these lain's Cough Remedy is within the submitting this hill Is to have. the follow Solicitors for Complainant.? I.Jfi _ _
territory freed from hovs: He-
added since the last fair, will trible individuals is based 1 and ef. InK
dependent upon
is
reach of all and : prompt S
House' rented.ct1 that last and .. ginning at the boundary of the CITohopek.II. NOTICE! TO CHKniTOHS, :
Showing products
year some moral or legal obligation. fectual. limits nf the' rilty of K4salmmee on ,

Taxes paid and Titles verified in addition there will be exhibits Such persons are allowed an exemption -, Lake .... following around !. the (".mrt .t She'' CuwmtrCeasity. .r...... \
\
from Mexico and Canada. The Mex. of $2,000 granted a married FATTY ARBUCKLE BOOSTS the edge of said lake to the Western 01. s.s.. .f 'l.rltIa.-' jI\ _ _
for non-reiidenti. bank of the canal between East lake _ _
lean exhibit, which has already ar person. In addition, they are allowed FOR FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT and Ijike Tohopekallna. runnlnaalonic In re Estate"""'0 t N. B. 'Carson' 'f ;

J Fire Life ,and Accident In. rived from Mexico City, requiredthe a credit of $\\OO! for each dependent the Western bank of said canal to the To all Creditors Legatees Distribu t .'

'mrance. erection of a special building. under 18 years of age or incapable ; Returning from a month's solourn Bait Railway thence along the tees and all' Persona hay,lnsr_Claims) S
of the American Il'tu..r boundary of ald railway to or Demands against" said Kstate: *(
Indemnity Bonds. Under the auspices of self-support because mentally I in Europe the world-renowned Fatty v limIts of at. Cloud. thenc In You. and each of you. are hereby

Poultry Association members of or physically defective. I Arbuckle no sooner reached a break- 'a Northerly direction to the edge of notified and required to preaent anr'
.... Is. ... ... which attend the fair from for Florida .like East Tohnpekallara.I thencedering mean> _ _
... . ICS .. will many A married person living wihhus fast table than he called I claims end demands which yea, or- _

states, the greatest poultry show in band and wife cannot claim an additional -''I grapefruit. He followed this order said around lake to the Jfoirtcy Western Creek boundaryof thence estate either of of N you B. may Carson have deceased.'lateof asralnst thet; _ _

O. F. KRIBBS W J. STEED southern history will be held. More $2,000 exemption as the head with a second then a third, and fin North along\ the Weatern boundary of Oapeola County, Florida to the underslnrned s' _

& than 2,000.birds of many breeds have of a family. His or her exemption Is ally completed his appetizer with a HovRy rreek to the county line, thenceWeat Wxecutriz!: of ..Id' estate,. ,
KRIBBS the along the county line to _that within two years from h.d..t here* *'*
STEEDa 'been entered making irrespective suggested
necessary based upon the marriage status. fourth one. A newsreporter point where It strlkea the Atlantic ,
AU.rII.,.. ... ( ... < Law erection of an additional$ poultry of vhe support of others that he must be fond of that varietyof Coast Line Railway. North nf Klsalmmee I 0'Dated December IT. A.' 'O. ; .

Klsslsssaee. Klerlda building twice the size of the old living in the same household. The citrus fruit-an4 Fatty rolled his thence South along the Rastern WILHELMINA 'IUMK, J
Oesieral _.t1... !a all ..... aadUalled The livestock exhibit will also additional credit for dependents in delighted fashion. "I can'tget boundary of the Atlantic Coast: Line .u 'S Exeeutrr.; I _ _
one
$200 a
.....e Cesrts. eyes Railway to the city limits of the City :
be large and varied in character, does not apply to the husband or decent grapefruitout in California of Klaatmmee. thence following

I. W. THOMPSON will \he exhibit of woman's and wife of a tax-payer. For example ," he explained. "OUt there I haveto around said city limits on the East to LEGION. PROVING' STRONG _

children's work in the handsome if a married man supports a father eat the California grapefruit, for the point of begliiplnx.PAT. JOHNSTON. FACTOR LEGISLATION

'; woman's building. who ts incapable of self-support, he the dealers don't .allow the Florida .

Funeral Director is entitled to the$200 credit for such brand to be imported. That's whyI TN THE:! CIRCUIT COURT OF TRW American Legion legislation baft
WARNING TO FISHERMEN SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
person. If through force of circumstances fill up on real grapefruit when I'm OF THE STATE OF FI-iORinA. IN been ,drawn up in sareral. departs

. AND he supports his wife away out of the state." AND! FOR OSCEOI..A COUNTY. IN ment for toresentatton, to. lejHslatur -
I The county judge of Osceola! county from fronTTJOme he is entitled to the CHANCERY: EMMA ROGERS Com- .
LICENSED EMBALMER together with the -sheriff and the! allowed married Watch Kissimmee Grow. nlalnant. VersiieT. R. Ralev et al.Reannndenta I ;s. In Iowa the Legion lejisla '
$2,000 exemption
> a _
has decided : BILL TO QUIET TITI.R' tive committee will put forward a'
prosecuting attorney - OHDKR OF PUBUICATIONi THR bill to: the
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punish persons wearing
S Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. that the law pertaining to catchingfish \ STATE OF FLORIDA : American emblem without '
in certain fresh water lakes of TO T R. Haley and his wife If he Legion
FLORIDA
KISSIMMEE. Osceola shall be enforced. he married: Thomas R. Bailey and authority. Other Iowa bills .included
county 0 Sarah A. Bailey, his wife: William provide state-bonus S15 II' month ,
Section two of Chapter 7459 (No. rIInEARE THOSE Ami- hudson and Ma wife If h. be married; sarvlceV; and bodne"contellta.
during legalized
: LEWIS O'BRYAN 291) reads as follows: Joseph H. hudson and hI. wife If he ,
.. The 'Arkansas legislatiy! ,
"Section 2. That it shall be un h married; Ueorire K Hudson an wife. If he he married: Albert J, Oard- committee has a bill for convertingthe .
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,j.. ATTORNEYATLAW7arner : lawful for any person, or persons, to PILLS"I ncr and his wife If he be marriedCharlea : into '
catch fish in Lake Tohopekalfga or RAIN R. !....'<' and William N Canby, old state capital building '

Building. Lace East Tohopekaliga in Osceola ll 1! 'II I I I Ii ; na Trustees of the Estate. of Joaeph memo'iaThe,! Indiana department .
I K Tmitiim. deceased; Charles n. Lore will legislation permitting vet
in this state at time in '- t UI don't 'heed them press
county any I U I very and William M Camhy. aa Trusteesand to have their honorable dis-t:'
any manner except by ordinary hook lJ.) 1 w often, but when I do, I aa Executors under the last Will erans ;
"1 Cot Real Mad when t Lost recorded officiate'
My by
county
charges _
and line and trot line. and when any 'need them quick. One and Testament of Joseph R. Tantum.
Setting Hen" write* Mrs. Hanna, -I or" deceased. ; Annie M. Tantum and. her free of charge. A measure will '':
N. J. person or persons are found on I two and.the pain is gone. huaband If she be married: Percey LK Introduced into the Minnesota leg-Is.-A. ,
either of said mentioned lakes or S Dr. Miles'/ Anti-Pain Pills Tantum and hi. wife, -K he be mar-
Wen I went late our bars snd fonad my best within one-half mile of same havingin I, p, ned: Leon. R. Tantum end his wife If lature making Armistice Day a state, "! '
estlcT riasd I got ml mad Ose psckxte of R.U I ,, will relieve-you quickly and he be married: Ida W. Tantum andS holiday. '. :' a _
tTh.p kILlr.l ob: Jq nt*. Poultry tatMrMdxxild MKaLSnap. his or their possession seines or ii __.rely-no unpleasant after her husband If she be married anti S ,

." Comes in c.ke..no auxins' No smell nets, it will be construed prima mr jpeffects-no danger of form. Viola n Tantum and her husband If Aching joints_ rheumatllalna_ S,.*
Jbrssidsftdfau.
Pricn.Uc.Mc.fUU.
TBTMIUXS. .
she be all of whose
married realdences
6aW.-I ..,. fade evidence-, his or their" guilt.' 11 4 ; Ine a drug habit. and addresses are unknown: YOU neuralgia, can be relieved quickly:'by *.

"S. CENIIIAL.DI4LIG BTORB"OHCBIOI.A "Approved May 21, 1917. :gI ,_ S_ Next: time you pass a and each of you are hereby commanded a rubbing application of' BalLsrd'a _
.HARDWARE 'OHPAI'fY'If This} is 'official: and the intention I drug store stop in and get to. appear In the above entitled. Snow 'Liniment, It is powerful'pen-' .. _ _
S. 10. of is cause on or before the 7th. day of'
officers Osceola S _
of the.
county .
I box. etrating remedy. Three sizes 80c,
I a March. A., D. ItSl. : "
'If! to rigidly enforce the law. Thoseinterested -I Dr. Miles' Anti-Paln Pills TO: The heirs law of John B. Hnd- 60 and $1.20 per bottle, 'SolG'by ; .

::' ,4;: 'S ,,1":> a ,prescription for Colds, should take heed and govTera. _contain MO habit forming son. deceased; The devisee under the Roberson' Pharmacy __ 9*

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'' .,. themselves accordingly. Will of John B. Hudson deceased, at 1
: S It's tk. .* drug .
ud %UGrSppe. m S all parties claiming) an Interest In1 theland t'OId'INIftr: )'
T. L.: COMER r France
Your Dnvclet ,Ha Tbe I. hereinafter described under John ,1n.n..IU..of' ,

: 7\nmtif, :w*> k>.w. County Judgej .5 .. .- J,' ." ..... .,. .- B. Hudson, deceased or otherwise! .it In-,-the ,..me' room with m. eat., - :"_
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'TWELVi., THE.KISSIMMEE; VALLEY GAZETTE..' FRIDAT ANUART+M, "192fK. '. 1 ., - , ,.. '
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: k1 Keep Our Customers' Happy J : rt

All ,>,,.tt..u lnt n"*.d fir \i'hl. dapnrttn.nl l//
should be tiandofl In an early
as pomilbl! Advrftico not!**** ot com ,
4nr events" mum he sulh.ntta. Cull $ DOLLAR DAY I

4 a alt 'p 0III --.. M.Hi! OAW1atM t Phone Forma'.ch?Krlday clotw J)l, 'and morning promptly auk.( .for t .ten"Uoeleijr.,.o'tlouk" I .1 M

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WAITED LONG; YEARS _

"Good Service' No Mailer How Lon The Line. TO SEE HIS SISTER .
Mrs. S.. S.- Garrison,' of ..Wllniington -
South Carolina, ii the guest of
STOCK' her brother, W. H. Swalp 'find family -
WHILE THIS LASTS of this pity, Mr. Swain received
tidings that his sister whom .he had I ,
not seen for 'twenty-three yeai'll w&ill SPECIALS
i"
1 Prices Tires
4, Special on en route to Kisnimmee-rund' << ; Sunday {
went to Jacksonville to meet her;

+ I 6000 MILE GUARANTEE an don the following day they ar
rived here.AUTOED .
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STANDARD MADE TO PLANT' CITY
TO VISITRELATIVES
! k'' I 30x3 ..S. T. Clincher: ______.._____$10.50 Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McKinney and -

30x3J/i! S. T. Clincher_____________ 12.50 children occupied one hundred and We will as before have 'TWO DOLLAR DA YS
. "'' 31x4 N. S. Clincher____I__._____. 20.00 fifty minutes last Sunday to "ford" ,

32x3'2N.'! S. Straight Side__ _'... .. 16.50 to Plant City-where they were ''
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.. .. guests of Mrs. McKinney's grandmother Saturday and Monday. So of customers
" our
32x4 .. _..______. 23,0033x4 'Mrs. F. E. Brannon and of many
________- '24.00 two sisters Mrs. C. C. Anderson tndMTS. 4
i 34x4 v .. ________. 25.50 W. J. Wells. The daw was delightfully cannot get in on Saturday, and we want them all tot
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_______.. 29.50 spent and the ride was
( 32x4/z.! ,
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pronounced a most exhilarating one.
_________ 30.50
! 33x4/2| .. ... .. ..
_________ 32.00 TOURING SOUTH FrORInA.j
34x4'/! Reap the Benefit of These
.. .. .. Big SpecialsThe
STOP WITH KISSIMMEEITE
+st 35x4/z.! .. .. __'______., 35.00 .
Rev Enoch- M. Thompnoh rector
t 37x5 ________ 40.00
of
.. of the Nativity Episcopal church
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i __ ____ 36.50 -- -- -
35x5 _
Washington, D. C., greatly surprised
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36x4/2! -_______ 36.00 and delighted Mrs. M. M. Armour, ather first bit special is 10 yards of plaia aid Suit of Underwear for Men heavy or-
home at 113 Main street as wellas
We have only a limited stock at her sisters the Misses Bachofens, lowered Voiles and Lawns We lave 550 yards summer; suit ____________________ 1-00 '
" 'I. this price. Above prices quoted by making .a brief visit to his old- of this we wiU sell 10 yard for $1.00. Limit-
The
ti will apply only to stock on hand. time friends on Monday. his visit pastorwas by 10 Yards Costomer Boys Overall _____________________ 1.00
his brother accompanied a physician upon at the navalstnlion ____________>-___ t.

.6*, at Jacksonville, who with his 2 Yards of Serge for $1.00. Color t Light 3 Boy. Blouses for ___________________ 1.00 '
V* *rbupfer wife forms the trio of tourists visiting '
all principal points in Southern Blue, Red and Green. "
Florida. 2 Yards 9-4 Pepperell Sheeting Bleached. 1.00
& PrcitKer _____
By: PROMINENT WOMEN IN 5 Yards Bed-Ticking for ______________$1.00 M B MMMMWM MMHMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMHMMMMM*
KISSIMMEE ON MONDAY 6 Yards Yard-wide Bleaching for__., ___._ 1.00
,{' OVERLAND AND COLUMBIA CARS I Enroute from Miami to their
8 Yards Outing Flannel--all colors except
,, j homes in Tampa on Sunday were 4. Large Bath Towels for______________ 1.00
J 'i'f PHONE 136 KISSIMMEE FLA, Mrs Amos Mordm, well known in white ___________________________ 1.00 '
W I circles of the U. D. C. and D. A. R.,
Mrs. J. Mac Towne regent of the Tennis Shoes at _____________________ 1.00 t
f \r Tampa Camp of the U. D. C., Mrs. 8 Yards of Cotton Flannel fleeced on one _ ____ ___ __ ____

...hti". M. W. Carruth, state chairman of side ____________________________ 1.00 Any' Lady's Winter Hat in the house $1.00.<)
state Americanization, and Mrs. Mc-
5 '
,,' \h3 Parland, welfare worker.. The party, Some of these hats cost ui $3.50; your

',:... J Including J. Mac Towne, acting as 8 Pairs Men's Socks for..._____________' 1.00 choice _____....---____________.-.____ 4.00 V ?*
9 %\ chauffeur, visited in Kissimmee with '
; Mrs. Minnie-Moore Willson for a few
: tours-and then proceeded upon ; ; 10 Yards Unbleached Muslin yard wide__. 1.00Don't New shipment of ,Ladies Voile Waists, each 1.00":

;; : POLL #TAX NOTICE :their homeward trip.

%-l ,"JVt" ,. SIXTY GREATLY ENJOY
: ''+ BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYSome Forget These Specials Last Only Two Days

\\f" 2a sixty of the young friendsof
r e Carol Makinson last Thursday,
,(f<.,/ 4 4Li when invitations were sent out to 29

\!"'"'J join Birthday in commemorating anniversay, assembled her twelfth on Saturday, January : Monday, January 31Get

p' Notice. is hereby given t that in the lawn at the residence of Mr. andMrs. ; I
W. B. Makinson at 407 Lake
Your Share of Them Before It h Too Late
where there a scene of'' '
street was
,
I
K..j. ;: ::order to: qualify for the City much merrimaking and noise and :
t'/.f: games and all that tends to make a

::;fl ,Election l poll taxes must be party array a of success.refreshments. There in was the a dining-great! .'

: : room at the proper hour-and that DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
( event went far toward making a delightful ,
&':"V; paid i on or before Saturday affair for the young hostess :

: and her many friends.

u ,..V* ,. .. 1 February 12. This applies to'J:1 FORMfcK; KISSIMMEE GIRL '
J
.. G. W. PERSONS COMPANY
MISSOURI ., -
?J' \. k" :i"" PRAISED '

\ '.:: : '1' the)ladies' as, .,well I as' the men. Many the Kissimmee younger -onesbwi1l residents, remem.especially / Ij s "
: uir .
: ber Miss Mildred ,- granddaughter "
AF''i
'J, ;':...r. < <
,'.:I..!. '"/ : ti ry k 1 ',yt"M BANDY zer who. graduated from the local ., ,,
rt ,
,:, \ 4 "c L": ;, high school i about three years ago. i'a : -- -
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..'ft- Miss Van Duzer is now making her fact which also added to the joy
nr' h (I.t l, i Tax Collector home in Vandalia Missouri, and announcement of those participating.: Pleasing re- \
.' I in the local paper of ereshments In the way of tutti-frutti '
P'. she has been delicious fruitcakewere '
that town tells that ice cream and
.I chosen president of a club formed of served. The guests Included Be it Known to All the Region that the

\" ,*,';" the older boys and girls in that town .Mrs. Ella Franklin, Mrs. B. Dillard.
Y ,' ship. Miss Van Duzer is also the Mrs. Tate Lasley Mrs. Souders Mrs, f
,'i'f.1 a prime factor in a series of socials ''Rabb, and Miss Jackson. .
I If which are being conducted by this &
-I t same club which has a large mem- OHiOANS IN NUMBERS
{, .\:11: + bership. 'ENJOY BOX SOCIAL .
.
x Indeed'. 'crowd
There was a merry

\.ltr'I :: ; ;For,: Sale!. Ford Car! "SURPRISE"ANNIVERSARY Friday afternoon BIRTHDAY PARTY there was held ro' a lat I ternoon interested the Hart when in Memorial the at.box'social rive on o'clockthoafll Monday gathered af- ; OSCEOLAHARDWARE

.' ". . . charming little affair at the Beard in large numbers to participate; and -
home, 305 Emmett street when Mist'there was a merrier crowd in the
: *S'-.t)!! k .. . :Good.;: Condition: $300 Kathleen Bearden and Miss Marie' evening: when there ,was all that goes ., .
!,4KAL\fa r. -- ' Boyd were hostesses at a "Birthday with a social, and a pleasing pro. Rr
;. \ t1haW'; -- i Party" commemorating the anniversaries gram was presented to nearly onehundred + "
I .
: 0' 'I of Mrs J. B. Hale and Mrs. and Mtv" Ohioans ,and their ;
i t; :\See chapmaiitbeHustleror i ; Inquire{ atMakinson's C.' V. Bearden. From Jour o'clockv Immediate friends. .. .Few realized '
the'Buck' COMPANY
7 resident of
I six the affair was in progress-and that ao many
I '' proved a most enjoyable occasion eye State 'were making-tnlr winter
store
;:Ji, ... 'o ... while the surprise was complete.?No quarter In. Kissimmee. and tit was)
61'r.: : reference was mad as to the years figured that a number of: Ohioana ,,
'reached by either of the bonoroesDRJT. were forced to be. absent from,, the
gathering ss will be deck SatuW
on
0" ' y(5lemaiQuickLite li next: I
luncheon'.there.f ex
an.
tt..A ...r\A\ ... At,the ;', '
J, ., tensive' array of eatables-each' participant ; : : day when X .
with .U othera in the third; .' "
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., sharing >
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'I.f the menu. Coffe.iwae''served freelyto -
:: f : .:, M.RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. L STOUT all present-thrf/cost of that be- "a** > tf "I
"" f, Sag' furnished from the goffers of the TTEKE Ifl'th' 'most wonderful
Iti lJasf CaiN.e Vice-ProWe. I ,
f club were'''preelded In the evening overby, the,Dr.VJ.exercises.< 'T. Mrtabl* iJaTthaTsivr. s wlloJwkltS ",

I .'< \. , Ricker. There' was music-both instrumental bhtot Ye+timadlD. n.J<*.ow wadl.aa "Dollar r' Day" .; r
., ' and vocal'and; there'were yow'n ....! ll kMABeanUlnlLainpInABTHome
WillI
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,. : .. :., ., .<,. "" .''>' .t. recitations by' those r''whosq;.ability ." eNla.ry _1.1f4.., " c' ,J,
"., ':(" lL(1; ;( : ft' DID 'OI'LJ7U Q'1J'S"'A"'n <. was of high degree; and there were '
: ; : of the ,..... . ;'
.(. ', brief addresses from members- < OoIc-u.. t.-! .,. ... i. n
f' ;
: ' ; ;. '. y The-entire affair wa one -of ,--- wIoIdo ::- = ": occur, with ;
; )
i "'P" ''',1 //r" club. i ,':"::: ': ..I a bigbargain lotwof. '
i ,ta \; ' }'" ,fl. _'. 'AJ"L( complaints' which are made of .the world are unjust. much ''merit and was \fully enJo'ed , _"'l'n".D .- .

i + J.i,. ,_, ,Iv .'>t" ... ;\ ; I never+,.knew a man ''of merit neglected:'I'it, wu pne all)". his .own' .t by the. large ..number\frreaent./,, ,; , 'l.<<.Jj=,_ Will.ocIr old, .. *. They will be'to' ;. ,
"
'i .
." "', fault,that be'failed'of ,success: .'Drjohnson: :came to'Lodon With ;:V" "': 'that
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COMP NY :.::tl--= numerous
''i\\ :,,< .. ,'a;. '. s' : ,'Ja s.inllelnea, in, his pocket,' He, made; his 'own'"way:.in' life and HAWK 'STOCK ; "snw."1 we'cannot' P

4 } <'+"i, \ '," ,,' !?, ... left a name'' that'will'not. ensh\ You 'are'living; n'.a: land of' great u, OPENS'HEREtNET'MONDAYThe ;, .1. :.; 1'-- -=-'T.t.. : : :tell about them. ,.in our, ". linvt..

? .t llo F X I: '...., I' : opportunities--surrounded by them; on every 'tide."' Why: ,should you; ' Earl'' H wki:..Stock'\Company\ <' ,_...,r..:. = ited space. 0 "' :I ;

/< ; f... ;; aot succeed .It's In you ,-get t it outl I We welcomeyou; starting opens'* week1 in Kissimmee'on'Mon- 1 II" ">;=":' _.b=_ ., ; :.+ a

'" , -. your-Saving* Account here,. >iis i//. day next, '}which". prtoirv !.. Come to the '
. high-class'plays: are highly Ilore'aDd'*ee' >
? : ; If you are an' out-of-town reader apt of throughout,state. Thisis ,.
spoken ,
x ? : y, .' 'you can bank with us by mail. \ the first time' the company has what we have for you and.!' :

.;'.' ; May .we tell you how. f appeared in this cityj, -.' and we will .make you glad,;; i! .
.. the Earl .
; A For a j number, of<' years' 0' ,
( < f . Hawk ., ,Company\ ba- been a '"' ., "
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