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: February 4, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00997
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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CONSTANT; . SEINING" WITH SEVERAL OIL-TANKS ': STRONG FOR' DRAINAGE FAIRS OF FLORIDA ;y
If WouldSuppose '
The fire department was called! to Everybody "Sight should ;not; be lost of' the HADE '
IN COUNTY LAKES the 'plant of the Wood-Tax .MaAufaci, fact' that when the government. : MERITORIOUS ;.
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turing Company yesterday morningat templates spending millions to Irrigate .
ten o'clock to. find that a grassfire every wideawake merchant" in Osceola' county would lands In the west for farming <
STILL started presumably by sparks purpoiiM, a double result can be ob THROUCH 'FEBRUARY'I'
CONTINUING from, a locomotive, had fired the turn the spigot of Optimism and Joyfulness. and pointing out the tamed in Florida by drainage,.operations -

crude oil about the three tanks, and advantages:. 'Of buying now, commence.one. mOnth, boost of business) ," Dr. Ralph N. Green,' of Jacksonville : .' .
Illegal Fishing' b Robbing Large Lakes the entire mass was sending out a Suppose that resident of Osceola county would the button poinl out. "Malaria con Tampa' Great Festival Opened Yesterday ;
of Fish-Hereby Lessening Attraction dense smoke. The flames were soon every press trol is of the utmost importance and -Orla.do'* Mid-Wiater Fair
extinguished, of Confidence and let the Light of Faith in the progress of the will be greatly helped by drainage."
for"Visitors Open February 15
i .. entire county shine forth. You know-just ,suppose they would I '.

There Is a law upon the statute There could be but one result. There would be more business in THIRD Heralded by a-t amount of pub ;;
hooks of this state pertaining espe- WOMEN VOTERS MUST DOLLAR DAY licity from the papers of the entire "
''cially to the taking of fish from that thirty days than in any other ninety days in the past several state, and with a promise that tho

either Lake Tohopekaliga or East years; the expression of assurance would strengthen every resident; event is to be on a scale more grand
s Lake Tohopekaliga by anyothet REGISTER AND HAVEA WAS SATISFACTORYFOR and elaborate than ever before the
be that could remain in this
and the would no one
means than hook and line or trotlint : consequence ( great South Florida fair opened Its 1
and last week notice was given that county fifteen minutes without assimilating the same spirit of faithin gates yesterday to the throngs already f

all offenders, when convicted, wouldbe POLL TAX RECEIPT the' the of the WHOLE COUNTY assembled In the second larA'f
duly punished. future and possibilities present. est city in the state--crowds which ;

Yet the practice of seining is still promise to swell as the days past '
being continued reports of eveOritness Registration Of Last Year in County TRY THIS THIRTY DAYS Merchant Participating In Special and the various attractions becomd! .,

are to. be believed. The Bargain Last the better understood and the more) .
Will Bear No Weight in The Coming Saturday Were
OOCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOt. '
neine is still keeping up his practices inducive. Tampa does nothing; by "
-and it is up to the officials of City Election ft Pleased With Retail halves. What the people of that! .

the county to make an example of( hustling, bustling rustling city purpose
some of these who wilfully insist up- The registration books for the city KISSIMMEE CHAUTAUQUA COMES Last week's issue of The Gazette that they perform--and there is
on breaking the law. Reports one election will close on Saturday, Feb- SENDSELEGANTLY contained a host of bargains offered every indication that there will be

man that he "knows" of a seinei ruary 12.That by the more progressive merchantsof even more to interest the visitors

who, on Sunday last, drew from means that every woman who FOR SIX SESSIONS Kissimmee-and the people were than has been foretold upon the
Lake East Tohopekaliga eighty-sev desires to take part in the electionof WOVEN not slow to take advantage of the printed pages.

en fine speckled perch-and, accordIng city officers for Kissimmee must opportunities of saving money. There That the fair will prove a great '
to the tales reaching the office have her name on the registration; were large crowds in the city-and advertisement of resource of the
pf The. Gazette, there ,seemed to be books, and that one of the qualifica- HAT FOR HARDING OPENING WEDNESDAY there were buyers in plenty l in every state, and that thousands will experience '
no attempt at secrecy regarding the tions insisted upon is that the poll line advertised; in fact, there was that thrill of exultation at i x
transaction. Of course it was the tax must be paid and the receipt pro ; not a line of goods carried by any viewing the achievements from the
duty of that citizen to make a complaint duced. In other words every woman OctofenerianWeave* From Pine- Radcbffe ProWiD Embrace' of the advertisers but what was many counties having exhibits there,
of the offense and turn it over must carry out the same line of procedure Needle Head-Covering For Next Some Pleasing Talent During The patronized by a greater or lesser ex- Is! a surety; and that there will be a

to the sheriff-but the chances as do the men who partici- President of This Country Three-Days of Entertainment tent. huge inflow into that city mast
are that be would not do that. If he pate in the primary "Dollar Day" in many of the mid- naturally follow. People from all ,.
would take that course there wouldbe No one should labor under the belief in- With his own hands, and in spiteof Commencing Wednesday afternoon dle states has become a fixture in sections of the United States will
better grounds which county that because of participation the church 'hundreds of towns and smaller cities. be "among those present and parti-
Methodist
upon the/ fact that his sight has been next, with as I'
the election of last fall the right to I I To these sales flock all the and there is belief
officials might take action. badly handicapped by eightyoneyears the scene i 'Of action, the Radcliffe country- cipating, every <
"You citizens don't seem to realize take part. in the coming is city primaryfollows. in this of a strenuous-- 'life, Harrison I Chautauqua entertainers promise six folk, and the city folks, the ordinary that much good will follow. The
The law
explicit
that this seining business is fast I matter-and there have been proper Broughton, of 1004 Mabbette street, j I programs ,of merit along; the diversified I'I'home-buyers, are not one whit be- people of Tampa deserve that success ,'
taking away one of the attractive notices this effect. Thus one of the "Boys of 61," recently repertoire which each of the hind the others. The merchants understand which comes from co-eperation .
published to
things which brings so the what is expected qf them- and a thoroughly progressive spirit '
many people tong
I far there have been few to take ad- completed a hat of fine texture-and companies presents over
4 here from the north," said one visi of the cast sent it to Warren G. Harding, the itinerary laid out. The conning here and the keenest of them stand ready I and'the many counties taking partIn
tor who makes Kixsimmee. his regular vantage opportunity and this to next president of the United States of the company is heralded with always to co-operate in matters of the big show should receive th.lr r,
winter home. have heard a. vote in the primary; no- this sort. That It has been of benefit. ,
"People tice in to the residents timely addressing it to his former homein great enthusiasm among those who success quota r
BO much of the fine fishing; to be give the matter. Marion. are fond of entertainments which ful wherever rightfully put in forceis The railway has shown Its desireto

found here that they desire to come warning There should regarding be interest The hat was formed from pine- possess merit-and the tickets for proven by the continuation of the co-operate in the celebration, and
general
here every winter. Some of them taken in the coming a primary, and needles, is four and one-half inchesin I the whole course has been eagerly practice.The from this city there will be sold ?
buy property and remain here for an I I ; sought. business men of Kissimmee round-trip tickets for '4.86. These ''
carries the national colors
should defer till the last moment height, *
none
extended time-and there is much the preparation for in both hat and band, and was pro- Thd) program for each afternoonand are no less shrewd and keen than tickets will be sold on February 4, j"
excellent publicity gained because of the event. necessary The office of the clerk is nounced by all who saw it "a magni evening is varied, and will con. their fellows in other statesandthe I (today), and also on February 6, T, ,i..
the good fishing. It seems a pity the place where registration shouldbe ficent specimen" of clever work. The sist of lectures upon themes that are residents of Osceola county appreciate 9. lie and 11-with a return privilege- '

v that folks are so short-lghtM that made and the city clerk will weaving of this production was la- of value to all classes; music both bargains as well as do any as late as Monday, February.
,
they are willing, for a little gain, to stand ready to give full particulars borious-but it was labor of love; vocal and Instrumental-the major .!people on earth. They realize the Following quickly upon the receding
deplete the lakes of so great an at- regarding the steps to be taken The and it was forwarded with no hopeof portioh of which will be rendered by, value of goods; they understand selling heels of the Tampa exposition ''
traction. Under ordinary conditionsand coming primary means much to Kis- return save that of appreciation.To Musical Entertainers;-/'stor- conditions; and they are apt to will come the opening.of the fourday -
the strict adherence to the fish I,I simmee-.and the women will be the delight of the sender the following ies for children and older folks; andI"planologues" make friends of those who best use fair and sub-tropical exposition I,
laws the two great lakes would never looked to as the deciding factor in reply was received a few of merit. In all, there them. Thus the matter of "Dollar :at Orlando, which will begin on
be depleted of the splendid fish; : the IItruK'l"lelor government. days from Mr. Harding's private I will be six entertainments-during Day" works c -operatlvelvnd :Tuesday February 16, and 'continue
t but where the seiners get in their The for them good; to narticipate secretary ago: I the afternoons and evenings of Wednesday brings about a better feeling by and four day.'' This ))romlse.' to out-do

work it doesn't take very long to is to register way at once-and pay the "My Dear Mr. Broughton: I Thursday and and between everyone. all previous entertainments of like
( 'clean out' a lake. That is the condition poll taxi unless they are above the "This is to acknowledge; the receipt -,special prices have been placed upon Last Saturday was a most successful character, and will prove an exceedingly -
at present at West Palm Beach. age limit., As a voting strength a of the hat which you were so season tickets for both adults and I day-for both buyers and sellers. strong drawing card from the
I
. l Thousands used to visit there for the entire central section of the state.
woman stands precisely on. a narity kin: ;'" r express purpose of fishing in Lake with a man-4nd the same law apply ,- some time ago-and to thank you forit. : The company comes here with the I that a grasswidow was The management has secured a
Worth off those bridges-but the to both sexes. It created much interest and highest of recommendations from green. promise of most excellent showings '
'P, seiners have mighty; nearly skinned was the subject of much appreciative 'cities where large audiences have from many, counties, and Orlando
the waters. That's what will hap- comment. been eirtterUflned. -and the committee will be ablaze with glory from the ',,

,'. pen in these lakes of Oscf'9Ia-unles SALES "You are requested to mtfke allowance having the matter in charge has labored SEATING CAPACITYFOR etatto,the dropping; of the curtain. "
REAL ESTATE
the officials b I I Tickets be sold Kissimmeeto
get >!sp for the delay in .acknowledgingIts strenuously that there may be will from
Every loyal citizen owes it to the receipt, because of the exceedingly only the most perfect satisfaction. Orlando from February to Feb- ;.
.j, 'e county to make a formal complaint heavy of public dutiesnow MUSIC LOVERS ruary 18, inclusive at the rate of
when he sees a breach of the law. I LARGELY ATTENDED resting pressure; upon Senator Harding LOOTED THE GARAGE $1.06 for the round trip. .
Such a course is just as much of a .
and those about him. SUPPOSED BURGLARIS READY" '
dutv as it l is the duty of the sheriff BUT DIVIDEND CHECKS
He desires me' to to all MUST BE ENLARGED
and his take all due HOMES ARE BOUGHT convey you QUICKLY CAUGHTThe
deputies to precautions the compliments of the season-and FOR FORMER DEPOSITORS (
4r to and
prevent law-breaking ,
his best wishes in return. -'
'1 punish the' offenders. Some fear to Very sincerely. garage; of Leper & Prather Number of Seats in Park For Those S. II. Bullock announcer', that the '
take such'action because of provoking Initial Auction of Home* Proved a "George B. Christian, was entered Wednesday night-.and check for the first returns 'of ten
an enmity; and it is this very ftratif ring Success- Other Like "'Secr tary." the till was robbed of at least $19.50. Attending Sunday Concert I* Entirely percent are now ready for the for

thing that makes those.who would Sale Will take' Place while there were flashlights and InadequateThat mer depositors in the defunct State i
"break the law in their work. articles taken which
strong other small
; PROGRAM OF Bank, and are being turned over a.
Yet must be taken to ----- CHAUTAUQUA amounted to otal of small,val .
,, some steps The advertised auction of a no the concerts given each Sun rapidly as possible. To facilitatethe
,''r break the practice of seining in properties FOR THE COMING WEEKThe The immediately '
up which took place in Kissimmeeon ue. burglary was day afternoon are ; opularity delivery it is essential that the
the lakes of Osceola county. reported to the sheriff's office-and increase 4
Thursday attracted large audien- found is shown by the at- certificates now being held by those
CLARINET"SOLO FEATURE ces-both of the local residents and following program is scheduled Deputy-sheriff Bronson soon had tendance at each successive perf r- I who were depositors at the time tbe
visitors for, the season and those who for the three days of Chautauqua that a boy named Donald Young mance-and there are large numbers bank closed its doors shall Ba r
FOR SUNDAY'S CONCERT were drawn from outside districts by next week--commencing Wednesday I been endeavoring to dispose of flashlights who would add their presence! at !brought in for proper endorsement.

-- a1 the prospects of some genuine bar- afternoon in .the Methodist church: in various quarters. Young, these affairs were it not because of The sum to be distributed is in the
The Kissimmee Concert Band for gains. Boyte and Simmons are to be Wednesday Afternoon who has been working about the local the objection to standing throughthe vicinity of $40,000. ,
its coming Sunday connect in the theater, was taken in custody
congratulated for having "put over" Moore Musical Entertainers, ConcertJ. program.
park will render the following program and a search of his suitcase in his The desire for CHAMBER OF COMMERCETO
that which many prophesied wouldbe William Terry, D. D _--__Lecture seats in the
under the leadership. of Director somewhat of a failure.. "The Value of The Individual" room at the rear of the theater flashlights is so great that every Sunday i here MEET THIS EVENING ''
J. N. Gallagher: While the properties did not bring Wednesday EveningJ. building revealed other new will be a considerable number of the

Overture-"Golden Dragon" _-King excessive prices-and while every William Terry, D. D.___ Lecture"America's and some miscellaneous plun- benches filled fully an hour before 5
-- in jail. There is to be,an important meet.
Serenade-"Moonlight" _____ Moret der. Young; was placed
of realizing Political Ideal"Moore the schedule time for the .
Is practically sure commence- "
purchaser he ing of the Chamber of .Commerce' ,
Clarinet Solo--"Sonnambula"___ About six dollars of the sum was
___________________Cavallini good dividends at introduction an early date of Musical Entertainers AfternoonThe Concert supposed to have stolen from) the ment of the those program who -mach and as the a con- this evening at the rooms of the association -.
-the salewas an Thursday sequence spot
and it is essentialthat
((A. B. Yoder, soloist.) new methods, and -future transac- Chautanqua Director___Lecture"A garage was recovered. about the time of the first number there, shall be a very complete at' ''
Selection"I1 Travatore"Verdi tions of the same sort will see greater Community Program"The find themselves forced to stand. Both tendance. Matters of much moment*
Fantasia-
( ) "Whispering" ______Schonbergre The property at 114 Main street, [ pany __--_____--_1__-,,..__Concert LAKE HAMILTON STORE crowded and the side streets, are are and to woman be conldel'1ldnd having' the interests every man of
fb) "Avalon" ______________ Jalgon I
nine-room house, was Miss Rosa Kohler Stories for to overflowing with automobiles +
two-story
a .
I I Kissimmee and Osceola count" !at
Comrades _______ ;
Teiko
March-Old bough by Mr. and Mrs. Dell H. Sut- Young and Old. Goodman &; Woodall have felt the .11 of them well-filled, and .
heart should be present. The' meeting -
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National Anthem Key! oi of the city the audience "
south
ton, formerly -of Michigan., but now The Opening; of the Junior Citizen- need "' a location I. is augmented every is called, for eight o'clock. ,
Taking of hat when the band engaged in conducting the Gray- ship Campaign.Miss to look fi plays the national your anthem doesn't stone. This place will probably be Rosa Kohler-Playground Per- gained in that section of territory I the music but for the inconvenience.If It's a, shallow brand .of patriotism '
get you anything with Uncle Sam turned into a high-grade iod.. contiguous! to K1issimmee--and' took, i the city could see its way clear that doesn't burn .brightly in,time e
tjj unless pdy your income tax. inghouse. The price paid was $ 850' Thursday EveningThe __ advantage of an offer made by the to secure additional seats the action of peace as in time of stress. Hays t
you The property at 121 Main street Chautauqua Director____Lecture Lake Hamilton Mercantile Company, would be appreciated by many. The ,you paid your income tax t _,_
a ten-room two-story house locatedon "America's Social Ideal' located at Lake Hamilton, to securea concerts are too good to lose, visitors I F
corner lot, sold for $3075-and The Bellino-Plumstead Concert Com patronage already built. The busi- think; and there should be some pro

NEW SAFETY VAULTIS the plans of the new owner are to pany ______--_______--___Concert ness of that firm hail been turnedover vision made to add to the number of MODERN .
greatly improve the premises in the Friday Afternoon to the new owners, who have seats now in place. FIXTURES ,

immediate future. "Americans-All' Detachment___ placed A. W. Ivey in charge of the
COMPLETED IN The propertv at 406 Main street, _______Concert and Entertainment concern. Tho store will carry a full EXCURSIONS OF LONG AGO '
a corner lot 100x300 carrying a two- Miss Ethel Shepherd____Pianologues line of the best stocks of groceriesAnd MAY BE SOON REVIVED ADD CONVENIENCE

tory- evenroonY residence, sold for Dr. W. T. S. Gulp.----___- -Lecture in addition, will handle meats
s BANK OF OSCEOLA $4350, and was purchased by Oliver "How to Put the Program Into as hereto/ore. Captain Clay Johnson announcesthe.

Davis, an Ohio man who is spendingthe Effect" ..fact that the Rosalie Is now on TO COUNTY OFFICES
.e -
winter in Orlando. Friday" Night '-_ There is to be a cooked foodsaleon her way from Lake Okeechobee, andit
Added Facilities, Made Burglarproof, The J. R. Gilbert place at 24 Main Dr W. T. S. Culp______--_ _Lecture Saturady afternoon conducted by is his plan to keep her at the Kis- FiI--;;
Give Service to Patron to Bank street went to a North Carolinian, J. "America's Industrial Ideal" the guild of Saint John's Episcopal simmee dock on Lake Tohopekaliga, New Record and Late. Derirm

of Oiceola County E. Prince, at $3350. This propertywas American-All" Detachment__ church. The sale will commence at and run her for excursions to any Fitting Reader Biuiaes' Traasac-
.. bought more for the splendid unConcert and EntertainmentMiss two o'clock and will be held at the desired point. Not so lion tbe More Satisfactory .
!P The work of the construction of else andit of Commerce. many years
location than for anything; Ethel Shepard Pianologues rooms of the Chamber there frequent lake and
/Mhe vault in which are carried the is probable the house will be removed .. ago were ''r
: ------------- river excursions where bands playedand The numerous boxes and crates,
7 additional safety deposit boxes, and and a building of more sub- -... where the boats were crowded .which have been piled in the rotunda t,
the full connections with the burglar erected for
stantial nature \business
which characterizesthe with a merry throng of lively patrons of the courthouse were unpacked on.
alarm system --- ---- -- ----- --- ---- - ----- ---
purposes. ; and it is the hope that such ,Mondav, and a force of men '.com,
entire institution heving been The Orlando Brokerage Company, .
occasions once more occur. An menced the assembling of the various
may
been perfected, the Bank of Osceola through its Mr. Portner, purchaseda effort will be made to bring this I units. In the office of the clerk .

County commenced the first of the small property belonging to GeorgeW. state of affairs about at an" early of the circuit court, where the record "
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week to make rentals: of the boxes Fox. This was a smaller house HERE'S A MIGHTY GOOD POINTER date. filea had been accumulating; since the .'
Iv,4>and the requisitions already made than the majority of those sold, and formation of this countv In 1887,
|.j', would indicate there will have tof" the price paid was $665. EUGENE DEBS REFUSED there has been a congestion under'
r .
be additional boxes added to
-' aoeo Reaches Osit made PARDON BY PRESIDENT which it was frequently difficult to
the outfit Taylor Grocery
Real towns are by men afraid i work to advantage. Such conditions
is to
The bank now well-equipped I Commutation of the jail sentence have now been overcome by the installation ;
...care for the interests of its Bert Deem has sold his grocery Let else ahead .dt
metal
somebody
get : of V. Debs and long
of
-.ande inducement is being given business at Lake Hamilton to the Eugene long prominent : a new .
and
[5,;..to extend every facility to those cit-, Taylor, .Grocery Company, of Kisaimmee. When everybody work and nobody shirk socialist term leader in the federal now saving,penitentiary atenyear table, or beneath stand,which subdivided record into'.books sections ,q .

!\& -is ns, both local and virftin*, who which has taken possessionand In Other ,
at Atlanta for' violation of the rolled when net use j
wib You raise town from the dead. are
rkave either large or" small buslnes r operate a. cash and carry can a .....
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war-time laws refused the offlee.eqalpmen\ ;
nieces of
was
. espionage
t fl?_,relations: '", _at..any-'polnt- ; )} .. : I atGN..1A.Chief.It the.Deem buildingsWinterHaven .. "on Mondays by President Wilson. been installed all of, which are. ofJ: )#

c X\Tbe, dairies of this countryareakln The refusal-of tile president was on metal, and the courthouse has now-:
", *'- -a Roquefort cheese which I U believed that irireless wares recommendation of the department taken en a semblance of being more-* r

,. H'o' equal the French' article have started many fireu .among the of justice that Debs' sentencebe u -to-date than the usual .building! .e..* r

.. ;1 1'y Uty. I j oils wells of Te.... "> commuted effective February. like character and, ajr.s. *> $)... K -S
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FLAMES CREATE.IUVOC r ,.- GIVES ,VIVID VIEWS ,.' ",. .
AT SOUTHERN COLLEGE TEN YEARS AGO THIS WEEK AGRICULTURAL OF BATTLESAND
POINTERSBY "
LOSSES ABOVE $2oooboAt Do
PERSONAL WORK you
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an' hour Saturday morn- I* H. WILSON, COUNTY AGENT
earl Colonel Dan' Morgan Smith, major knowwhy
In the, girls' ,domitory, the admin :
\ and the residence S. B. Aultman's lettuce brings' hIm A splendid resourceful county as I of the ."Battalion of Death," First '
Y istration building, f. Osceola county must be in readiness I Battalion 358 Infantry 90th'* Division -
+ of the institution, $1.35 per crate o. b. KissImmee.
the
\' of president '' to exhibit her. agricultural A. E. ''F. will speak at the' .
all belonging and being operated bythe' Mr. Aultman making: 'a specialty ot productll
Methodists of. Florida, were to- cabbage, celery, lettuce and potatoes next year at the South < Presbyterian church on Monday evening -; '
destroyed by fire. The l loss Is had ten acres in lettuce. His potatoes fair And now \ii the time for every; commencing at seven-thirty. j Jts toasted :
tally Insurance were not advanced sufficientlyto interested grower to' keep this In Colonel Smith will tell of the experience
intimated! at $250,000with an iuotify an estimate. mind, and make an extra effort of his men in, taking Hill No.

Ii i I of about $40,000.In The bandstand donated to the city throughout the year to product! the 350-4, "lea quatre chemin, les huit To seal In the '
The fire !started portionof k I--
the winp! of the that,domltory used by C, W Ward is about ,to be dedi'- best. We made a good showing 'at chemtns." delicious Burley .1 ;
rear morning. rated. The band, under the directorship the state! fair held last November iiJacksonville While the Speaker--will\ tell vividlyof
three fn the
nil n kitchen'at regardless of the short what he and of tobaooo flavor. ;
flre figbting of Professor Wiley, will give a personally saw ,
There sad lack of /
was a time in which had to for his ,
we service he heroin
GENUINE the of twelve numbers. prepare personal comes
rapidresponse program
and in of .
apparatus spite of Patrons of the Graystone are eating this fair, and I sincerely hope we the interest of prohibition, under ,
of the fire departments
'9 and Clearwater new potatoes grown by the may have a larger exhibit. at Tampa the auspices of the anti-saloon"-
both Tarpon' Spring of the Hunter Land Company on the prairie next year pnd, with the cooperation gue. He is an eloquent and forceful LUCKYSTRIKE
BU LL there was no checking south of KiaHJrnmee.I of' nil, it can be carried 6ut. One orator. There will be no charge: for
flames. "No lives wore lost, but manyof j
L the girls escaped in their night I Lincoln Heights/ is being rapidly I; thing t certain, we must not allow a admission to.the lecture and a gen ,<<
few horse races be advertised again eral invitation is extended.A '
dresseslacking time to collect any I put in condition for the lot Hale tu'
take next week. A UN Osceola county fair. :
while those plan twenty-dol
DURHAM "f their possessions; '
distant points of !''inr gold bond will be given with every Grow some rice tbis spring. Plantin new poison gas for war purposes -
7 sleeping at more. enabled to dress lot sold. O. S. Blanchard was tin :March, sew in the drill, and follow in units small enough/ to be carriedby !
1.IIII"inw're
the
50 / I lean. cultivation. By all means first soldier is device of
new
; tobacco makes \ promoter.The every a .
r and save their personal-belongings. : ] (OHrooln) I.uiiilx'r fnnipnnyaMvn1' have your land broken early, disc the' Chemical Warfare Service The CIGARETTE
--- ------
f flood cigarettes for ASKING CONTRIBUTIONSFOR 'I making. free; delixvry "to all part1. thoroughly, and have the ground in new gas was so deadly that 'it was
of the .. I rood! tilth ,' 1 still found necessary to strengthen the I
'lOc NEAR EAST RELIEFMrs :\1.\1.: Ildi)]low, at the age of bcv mi anxious to receive the names of masks to make them effective.

I enty-sijc. years, died at her home un i all the growers who expect to plant
l.} e '" I some rice I this This is very Marie says she has two very Z= .
\ ; "' : Florence B. Best is still making (Pink xtr<.<'t on ;January '-7.I. spring. good -.. "
.K solicitation I for used l clothingfor / ,.1.L: Willson. died at the residenri nerxssofyThe reasons for we l'inshort./ --'- ,. ,
.. I the destitute, of the Near F.ast: of;' his dauht'I'11'1': S. B. Aultmanmi I Farm Bureau, a co-operative skirts. I
that contributions altsuch 11' U7' the "r l organization: has functioned for
- -- -- and would ask f, Friday, January at nge I I
tune in the north and is now
i goods In' Rent to her immediately ' eighlv-three At the lied side wore.I( some ,
The entire' county is ansvu-nng :\t. Willxon I , Ji., two daughter, !MiAultman r. i wedging itself into our state. Several
666 the' demandcurdlra, : Host feelsI.at I mid 1\1I-.J.. I,. rherig. counties have had the FarmHuienu
( t Hissiinniee I i should not fall be I \\ hilithe t remaining daughterIra.' . installed, and are making: is a the 14th
hind.! She i is also asking for ash I'' :N. A. Ross, win in Los A 111.1 lei.' good record. The membership fee and Announcing
and the economic
tontiibutionH for the eriusewhicharny At the performance at the operahouse very' small
will break a Cold, Fever and Grippe be left with :Miss EI.It'Iul'lon; I under the title hf ,"The Spin social values are unlimited to the

know I at the ,postoffice, if that -shall be the I sters". the t three purticip ',intK recc'iv: fiumer and his entire family. I
quicker than anything we this form this
preventing mine convenient.KISSIMMEE I ing most praise. were'ilr: KnJjJjii want to see county Annual
uni7.ution. You will
save moneyin
ol
pneumonia. her jewshaip solo, Karl Lup er n
and, selling. You will fosterbetter .
NOVELTIES I the hypnotist, and Dr.) W W. ('arsonas buying
deals for the boy and girl. The
t Even the biggest fish began life AT THE TAMPA EXPOSITIONI' an Indian. will take at-
/ / / I Hates of advertising in the Washington farm house on a 'new Violet Brand Sale
on a small scale. mosphere. Are you willing Talk
Kdition of the Kissimmee
Lal'ont Birthday -
X. has tak'n a huge, tins t over to your neighbor and get
New York City contains :27.! .jO for- I load of hm. palmetto plague- and Valley.jii.ette< wen nnnoumed t them interested.
tories manufacturing cloaks, suitsdresses other productions to Tampa, wherehe an JIO'O per. page and $:!.o<) I Poor prices are being obtained for

and waists. has engaged/ space in the industrial per one-eighth page.I'rirelist fruit this year so keep this in mind. Commencing
of home supplies: Flour.
building for a magnificent display eat raise
The people are going to so
Two-thirds of Canada's forest have I of the wares. His booth will be barrel, $a.25<; : ; smoked bacon, pound, more products on the farm this

been destroyed by fire in 75 years. I about fourteen by sixteen feet in 22o; flesh beef, pound. 12MiC to bird loivsugar ;, year. Raise" enough for home consumption Saturday February 5
At the present rate of consumption area, and will be literally filled at l 15 pounds, $1.00; pure without fail. You are not r
the amount of timber burned would the outset with the attractive productions pound, ISc'; creamery cheese, pound. a progressive farmer if vou have to
have supplied the entire world for from his plant -and will be. :2.r>c; eggs, dozen ::1!lace; chickens, fliers buy more or less of the food you "1
450 years and represents a loss of a little touch of Kissimmee life for ,each 2.V; hitkens grown, each use. And continuing thru the Following
a billion dollars. the fair visitors. I <>."><', kerosene, gallon, ]licf! wood, I
cord. $1 7.;> to $::1.{ Carpenters' wages' .
ay. $1 .">0 to $:!.:>0; libirksmiths.. .. DWELLING AND THREE LOTS Week

I same; man and.team,_ day, $4 to $(ti!, ARE PURCHASED BY OHIOANSThe

We SEVEN MARRIAGE LICENSES l.e..I.nce. and two vacant lots Seven days of unusual values in
&IILlAk1&kIiioHTw1: Happy ISSUED DURING JANUARYOf miner of Verona and Clyde avenues

.idjoming the Newhouse property.
have been bought/ hy M. Stillings and.lerrv While Goods and UndermuslinsYowellDrew
Judge Comer might ha\ edone
cuisc
:Miller, who came from Central
I SL more hU IfH''s' in the marriage
, | county" near Columbus--and they
license line during the month but
OAlt/t0/ [ I much pleased with their acquisition -
o it should lie borne, in mind that ..Ianuuiy are; very. Mr. St ill inlZ contemplates Co.
his first month in officeand
t was his
O 0 0 making Kissimmee per-
he was not familiar with all thens h're'will
advent
his
mnnent home and
"Good Line. I II I and outs of the "gambling: in futures1 have a tendency to bring/ here a Where all Central Florida Shops Orlando Florida
Service" No 1 Matter How Lon6The I I as was his of predecessor.. The the number of his friends who rely II
mystic number seven was
strongly his judgment in securing -
the hoodoo of the judge. Jacob toiled upon
Florida property. .
I
seven year* for Ruth. Joshua I
WHILE THIS STOCK LASTS - -------
walked about Jericho seven' times before -
AFTER DECADE'S ABSENCE +
the walls fell. There were seven 9 {} :ti :S{ r'r4 h wti<}ti tiS +rS rtis" i r-0 Tr }i{ 4fi { r GO

Prices Tires lean years in Elypt-and seven ALABAMAN COMES BACK
Special on hundred percent years. There were The Sign Boards Point To The
seven marriage licenses issued by w. H. Oliver] who has been absent
6000 MILE GUARANTEE the office of the county judge during from t tin,. city for ten years reached
I January. KisKiniinee. on Monday from his Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Pair
Among/ those included in tIle list home in Daileville. Alabama, wherehe
STANDARD MADE
is in the furniture business l i-
were Aaron M. Ryals, of Hartow engaged

30x3 S. T. Clincher_____________$10.50 and Miss Fannie ('FitzSimmons of and recognized many of his I Orlando-Tuesday-Saturday ,

'. 30x31/2! S. T. Clincher__ ___ __ 12.50 Covington Florida; J. A. Phillips\ of old-time friends. Mr. Oliver is. a .
-- ---- Kis"imm..e."I x
Newberg, Oregon andlrR.: I.illieM. property-owner in t
31x4 N. S. Clincher--_----_----_ 20.00 Davis of Saint Cloud; Clark Ho- have planned every year to FEBRUARY, 15 -- 19 -- 1921 .

32x3/2! N. S. Straight Side----_--__ 16.50 /gard and Miss Gertrude IlofT both make a visit to KKsimmee; -but each -- --- ,
32x4 .. _________ 23.00 of Kissimmee; and Charles A. Orr year I have put off the trip," said '

I 33x4 ., ,. ____'_ ___ 24.00 and Miss Jennie A Goodwin both of Mr. Oliver. "Now I'm sorry I did The railroads recognize its importance
., .. .. Saint Cloud. And there were others not come before-but we have been land -
.
34x4 .. ,', .. .,.,......,:; 25.50 having: some mighty/ good times in have given prices from. all points. ,\.

32x4/' "; 29.50 AND ONE LOST . __ __ ___________ r
ONE WON have been
? \ ' ,_....__-__- mv Jocality. People prolific =-::---=- -- 'f "--L -- --
33x4i34x4'2/$ .. ,'",. ,',.;ya.".:"''i'',?'Ji.;,, I." '_:__' _' __'___ 30.50 BY SUMMERLIN SATURDAY buyers, for they have work been getting and- The roads are fine. Hitch up your automobile -
for their
'! _________ 32.00 good money
.. .. I nil they produced. But right now
1-1'1' and simply keep going until reach -
35x4/2! n___ ____ 35.00 I Kissimmee journeyed there has come a I great change-and 37x5 __ ___ __ 40.00 to Bartow Saturday to play a return -
__ he I people are down to hardpan THE FINEST FAIR IN FLORIDA."Osceola" .
basketball for that played -
35x5 __ _ _- j 6.50 frame: Merchants: are finding it hard to -- -- -- -

36x4/2! .. .. ____ ____ 36.00 I The at Kissimmee effect of the two Kill's I weeks basketball ago. "rolled rases ,to and rediscount hanks have because had in of many the and "Lake County" Days

made itself. felt Saturday
practice of those who were supposed
;' We have only a limited stock at I night/ when they again met the Kis- to inability be 'good'/ to make settlement. Butwe'll Friday, February 18.
sin1'tn' ('? gills in contest. The score -- --- --- ---- -- --
-
li' this price. Above prices quoted come out all right when things/
ended 12-11: in favor of the Klssim-
will apply only lo stock on hand. mee girls but this is. a distinct' improvement /jet( back to- norma- -!.". ---- COMEENJOY THE fAIR WITH YOUR SISTER COUNTIES 1'

over the frame of two MANY GAMBLING DEVICES C. E. HOWARD w. R. O'NEAL
weeks ago./ The frame Saturday night'
**. ._, .<* was played on the home court, an ARE THE ATTRACTIONSOF Secretary President
out-door ground, and was interestingly -
CARNIVAL COMPANYA
-XOo-:-:
ePratKer ] dose.K1HHimnwe.
boys also played Sum- -
bunch of "attractions"
posing
merlin boys Saturday night. The
OVERLAND AND COLUMBIA CARS i Summerlin boys again won t the laurels as a Klssimnee"carnival company"consists mainly this weekin of
+1'r with a score of 2911.! The boys
of devices for
v KISSIMMEE. FLA. are in /good fighting/ trim, and gave more, than a score from the
PHONE 136 separating money man-
the Kisfiimmee boys a chase for their
the real "feature" of the -
only aggregation
11 liartow Record
points.-
j6'u \tfllLike
being a merry-go-round that

-- INCENTIVE TO KISSIMMEETO appears to he fair and honest in i i'..
i ..c-* dealings. There is a dancing
o PRODUCE STRAWBERRIESUp ion within the tent wherein pa"iI'l< ,,

dancing girls be "" '
tolast Friday there had been may I
"
"partners, and there are somestands
u, .shipped from Plant City this season for the sale of drinks and hot I INSTANTPOSTUM

.. 4H>,000 boxes (quarts) of strawberries dogs; but the balance of the groundsis
at prices ranging from .'!.r c to
/( replete' ] and running/ over with
'r POLL TAX NOTICE 4.r>c, and the amount of cash returned clever schemes of I'han'e-in other '
to the growers. can readily be words the character of the various

reckoned. Surh transactions bringinto units< is but gambling Only that-
ti circulation] a vast amount of and nothing more. The 1 hills> advertising -
money which when added to the the "carnival" were misleading ,
1i sums( received, from staple crops, -/the chief performers being
/
It i ii helps] the entire locality and every ml'rl'lyoo/ establishment in the city. wheels and other /games of Because of its attractive
In an about Kissimmee are pro chance. The exhibit if the showing -

i ,Notice is hereby given that ink t duced fully the strawberries equal of that those prohahly raised are in -might is /neither be flattered entertaining by such nor a instructive title - flavor and real economy.'heres :

Plant City. Instead\ however, of and hardly deserving of
-
order to qualify for the City there being shipments. abroad of this the mediocre patronage it is receiv waste because it j
luscious product, there is not a suf- ing. I no
ficient quantity to supply the local

k Election poll taxes must be market. Each day growers bring in KISSIMMEE ATTORNEY is prepared instantly in the
a limited stock- and an hour later
not a berry is to be found. It is a VISITS WEST PALM BEACH I cup by the addition of hot

\ paid on or before Saturday, case Saint of Cloud"first is in come the, same first served.predicament "- Honorable Pat Johnston, of Jvissimmce water; and you can make it .

and Judge George F. Parker -
her stock is insufficient to /

f February 12. This applies to supply sooner; growers the local shall customers.recognize that The yesterday, of Okeechobee on business, were before in the Judge city strong or mild to suit individual . .

there is always a /great demand for K. B. Donnell, of the circuit court taste.Instant.
the ladies as well as the men.i strawberries, and that the crop from the case being Rull Bass vs. R. H.
one hundred acres. can be. handled Alderman tax collector of Okeechobee -
more successfully than can the yieldof county. The tase has been to
one acre, the quicker will Kissimmee the supreme court and is still being Postum
i C.L. BANDY and Osceola county come into contested. Mr. Johnston representedhte
prominence. plaintiff, Bass and Judge Parker Economical
-- represents the tax collector.-Palm HealthfulSatisfying ,

G Tax Collector The fact that Ii man's wife uses a Beach Post.

little powder is no excuse for him
being half-shot. The only open slave market In the ::1
world is located in the holy city of
J The foe of life is not work, but Wazzon, Morocco. The slave are Made by Postum Corn ConineBattle: Cr..k.M ch. f

worry. Few are worked to death; brought to Wur.xon: by caravan' from

'..Ice.fo tfMM OIM *** many are irritated to death. parts of the country still, .unexplored i/



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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY 'GAZETTE,, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1921 TrWEIP

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: P., A. VANS AGNEWATTORNKTATLAW


P TV A THREE-DAY WHIRLWIND "OF THINGS WORTH WHILE I :. OFFICBS: ;-

: 116 ,South ,Orange 'AvenOrlando. .. ..

/ K HE YEAR 1921 as .)it goes, for- m > M. Is the only creature who, ., Florida> '

T ward reveal. itself as a Year. or- . MAN at, command the full masleal 5

of. Great Events I. ].. .."" o scale. Gain new and .Winter Home Address: .
New Men and New .... .. w Park. Florida
Ideas are comIng .Jc fl g R broader acquaintance with the pleasures

r forward every day. ::1] 1JJ'' teutai and benefits this great gift con ...:!. ,

New artists are demonstrating the It fers. Listen through'the mind and .
ADVERTISING THAT PAYS
powers of American Genius. New heart of an artist,
songs have \been composed. !Mew N OR, TO BE MORE EXPLICIT.
"N w, r m ark TAKE A MELODY ITS THE
WITH GAIN
stories are being written. New 4 d f t HOME GRAFTER'S

thoughts are +' r
inspiring men, women YOU filled
Florida
? gets with advertonr- e"
and
children to new efforts and ; late ai the season advances-alt
,
ideals. ly It will prevent a lonely hour.
" though right from the tart thereat
tR The Radcliffe Chautauqua System a "right smart' of those advertising
finds Itself grafters who are out for train. They
equipped as never before
,
, ret in their work everywhere-un-
to bring its loyal, enthusiastic and less Caustic precautions are taken

.t enormous clientele a reflex of the 'r Nearly all creatures, natural his- Jj against their wilY"- schemes; and, hav D

work and play of the world as it is tory declares, are in some degreenow ing properly fleeced the businessmen I
who fall, hie to other fields while the
mimics. None but
going forward. Within period' man possessesthe '
a
hieing is good. .
of six years, the Radcliffe Chautau v', mimetic gift to the degree of the There Is the man who will buy a ,

qua attendance has increased from a ?' Actor's Art which makes it a perpetual dozen whole pages in the local paper,

!total of twenty-fivw thousand to delight to study and reveal the and, armed with the proof that he Is

more than four million: From + characteristics of our fellow mortals. really going: to make a killing, (goes
seven
among the merchants. Each one of
ty-three towns in three states. the " The Radcliffe impersonators shov'?' the dozen pages is to contain. splendid 'k

increase has been to more than fifteen i d ', + interesting and fascinating types : accounts of various points of excellence II
r t from t'heversified walks of pertaining to the city the
hundred towns in foity-one j mankind ;
1
: schools, the churches, the various industries
*
states. who linger In
There could be no more convincing memory as gen-
and all
that; and each merchant -
evidence of the merit .and tat ti :t ial and cherished acquaintances. pays three prices for

charm of a Radcliffe Prot 'um. ik ) t H"tFA which he is supposed to contribute
it
x + TAKE A FRIEND OF IMAGINATION -
rr r THE; : for purposes entirely loyal. The joke r e ;
,of the affair is that the newspaperman -',"
The human being i i is described by r r a' f + HOME WITH YOU is to do all the writing-boom,1,,1 p.
science the Jng that which he is continually I
as only animal that ,
rnr His droll but accurate philosophy
) |
laughs. boosting, while the fakir pockets his
"to;
,1 tty will come to your relief in a moment two-thirds the receipts and makes a ,
When you laugh with a Radcliffe r of perplexity. getaway-caring little or less whether :

Program, you laugh an a Man, at the matter ever appears in the t t,,

something you can repeat and describe .columns as agreed upon. "
without R Then there in the woman with a i
question as to its c;" readymade lot of funk .she calls poe ),
taste. I
+y el r "+ The People of the World make the try. She, too, will take a page at .I
TAKE A LAUGH HOME WITH YOU forty-two dollars, subdivide it into d..
World Worth While. The most -
magnificent fifteen full-front lots
e charge ten .1
It will make you a congenial 't"y edifice reared by the hands dollars each for the space, adulterate

neighbor 4? of Immortal Genius is interesting, her stock "poems" so as to get the .,,'

4 ,' f, r ; first and foremost because of the merchant's name in, and, after collecting .
ten dollars per each, pay the
Man is the highest development in ? Human Story that it tells. Not to printer and make a dash for the '"

the scale of animate nature He is r be in touch with the World and its train. Think how valuable Is a

the Reasoning Animal. When you t'tat Finest Thought and most. Skillful "pome" saying "people buy their ,f'
listen for .i, Endeavor to is live outside of the grocer-ies of Blank-because he neV'I. i
thought let be l
a it a good, er lies!I'" Or imagine a trads-draw .,
big thought) soundly>rifit>d and ut- + Earth; outside of Life itself, ing card like "People buy their soda ,*}

tend by an orator who knows what Y water at Mister Blank's because He "'I
The Radcliffe Chautauqua, with its
h.is talking about, and how to say ; sorter gives 'em more'n he really 1""
it. v opulence of fascinating entertainment orter!" Wonderful! r;1
\ b and irresistible interest trans- Then there are the little cards to ,
TAKE l nail to the doors of hotels. tellingwhat .
A THOUGHT HOME lates the term, "THE JOY OF LIV ::
time one will ,have'"to' get up if
WITH
YOU ING" from the language of Fancy to
the to hIs
patron expects flapJacks ,
It will aid you in your business that of Genuine Human Reality. while they're efhll smoking;! 1

The hotel will accept them free; yea,


KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 9, 10 AND 11. - SEASON TICKETS $2,00; CHILDREN $1.00Nixonthe | air there who'll; that will pay will be eight be.1 found or right ten eight, sir.dollars or Than ten to %}

get their card on the main squeeze. '
& _ _ & & _ _ & .& & & & & _ & or. _.& & . .. "-"-"-"- -,-, "--""--- -"-"-"&"-". "- _- ,-, _- -.-_-_- & & _- -". "- _. - """--"- -TT"- -"-"-" .- w eee_ w w _ e_ e6_ _ aee_ _ 6ee_ _ 64_ Certainly there are. Then after collection -

___ u u __ _____ ____ _u_ _ __ __ __ ___ .- --- -- - -.---- from sixty to one hundred 'I'
--- -
--- 'It
", dollars-and the fakir collects ,
hopes to throttle the American in- Exposition Shows the following free too-he'll pay the printer ten dollars,'
( dustry and leave America helpless in acts will be offered: pocket the remainder-and what :
this respect should there be another World-Famed Aviation Trio, featuring does he care if the landlord never i\\
war. Lockwood in thrilling change- tacks up the things T And there la 't'
" German production of dyes is so' plane and plane-walking stunts nothing that go interest a hotel 'b.
closely allied with her production of Automobile racing by mile-a-mia- patron as to read these advertisements ' :."
munitions that a separation is im ute minature automobiles. while he dons his trousersOF'
possible. Destruction of one would Famous Flying Wardes (four turns his socks, or sews a button on l' ,",
mean the destruction of both. Stu- women and three men), in trapezeact. his beeveedees-everyone who knows j
dents of the German proposals in I i anything realizes this is a fact. .
parley.-boo"stuff! Paris consider: that America is the Roman chariot and standing rac- And there are so many of the.. ,'" :
last hope the German manufacturers ing by thoroughbred horses. schemes that columns could bellied "'
have and* they will not give up as One or more running races tally. with them. People fall for them_.
I'4 ,'. long as America does its Socar Babcock in sensational loop. not only once but several times-especially ...
i , A FRIEND of min. HE'D BE polite.,, dye industry by a law similar to that the-loop and flying-the-flume cat., If approached by an attrac. .'
,:I, (" _ < ' of Great Britain. They see,, further, The Kimberly 'Sisters. in Butterfly tive-appearing woman. Oh, woman! I
i WHO COULDN'T apeak. SO HE cave the barber that real chemical disarmament can act. How many suckers are caught with '
. . be accomplished only by breaking Defil and Defil, aerialists. a smile-and hitched with a due-bllll v
{ A WORD of French AN AMERICAN cigarette. Germany's monopoly of the dye m- Harrison, trick bicyclist. And Florida gets them all_religious ' .r
I . . dustry and encouraging the buildingup Albert Burson, slack wire artist. educational, medicinal, invest!.*
WENT TO Paris. WHICH THE barber smoked. of a similar industry in all coun- Uarry Horan, acrobatic comedian gational, psycologlcal; but all... Iflnancl.l..very ? 6( i
. . *
tries of the entente, and especially in emphatically flnH .
AND THE first time. AND MY friend pointed. the United States. -. . Geat Licks cial. iit.
..
. . I < __________ __

HE HAD to get. TO HIS mouth. Dollars and Cents During the summer mon7h Rocky Liquid Borozone is an' efficient' .
. . .
healing remedy for human or animal (
, Counting it only in dollars and Mountain sheep frequent places 1 j
A HAIRCUT and shave. AND SAID "Llkee TOO." cents, how much did that last cold known to themselves for the purpose flesh. It mends 'a severe wound \
. '
-.. cost you A man may not 'always Iof I eating clay. These places are sore, cut or scratch in the a'honestpos.ible
HE PRACTICED an hour. AND THE barber roared.MAKING work when he has cold but time. Price, 30c, 60c, and
. stop a I known as sheep and goat licks. This
perhaps it would be better if he did. (I clay is impregnated with mineral $1.20. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy. x
SfGNS. AND SAID "You .
..-. -- . BET It takes about ten days to get com i salt, alkali, magnesia salt, of which 4
pletely rid of a cold under the usual ,, sheep and goats'; are very fond. They Between 80,000,000 and 100,000-;;
IN THE looking I USED to smoke 'em.
glass.SO
000 of land in the United
. . treatment. That time can be much make periodical trips to these licks acres .
shortened by taking Chamberlain's i[ once every week or two during the States are too wet for CUltlY&tlODr'1beln ; t
THE French barber WHEN I worked.
. . Cough Remedy and proper care of summer months, especially during << in swamps or subject to periodical
WOULD UNDERSTAND him IN INDIANAPOLIS. yourself, in fact, a bottle of this rem- June and July, and sometimes travel overflow t s
. . edy in the house is a mighty good many miles to reach them. ,' '
investment the and
AND THEN ha went tn. AND BELIEVE met during winter '
Intestinal worms destroy the NEW CENTURY
. spring months.
.
I I health of children and weaken their r t
; AND WIGGLED his Sngera.THEY SATISFYI"HERE'S. . LAST CALL TO TAMPA vitality. The worms should be ex- SHINGLES
. '' _ _ _
before is
FOR SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR pelled serious damage done.
THROUGH HIS hair. a smoke that'talks In any White's Cream Vermifuge is a thoroughly ALWAYS fa2lyearadieBEST
.
l and needs no Interpre- With low rates offered by the rail- successful remedy. Price, ''f'it. '
AND STROKED Roberson's .
his chin ter. Light up a Chesterfield, draw road and steamboat lines from all 35c. Sold by Pharmacy. s I1,; Now BETTER than

AND, THE barber grinned. deep-and more plainly than words points of Florida, with the county machinery was set in motion and the ever BECAUSE
20 20 smile will tell the world :'They '
for cents your individual l exhibits trebled r
product ,,
.
Satisfy". It's the blend that does It- wheel whirred for nine hours. When (They are now made of
those of former fairs with
In mir-tighl pmokmge. AND FINISHED the Job and you can't get "Satisfy" anywhere over hibits from Mexico and Canada, added ex- the machinery was stopped for the Keystone Copper Steel
. night the kitten was alive al-
nhrunabre in round in Chesterfields, for Rill .
Also except to these with fifteen high-class OALVAVTZKI: r tAl'WilWvwlor .D ., .
1._. Ql ,;)v, uUDI-/ed. THEN MY friend thought that blend can't be copied 'i thouitr-H-4iad traveled the. equivalentof B. I.W No.. 40 _u.
free acts offered each afternoon and dOO miles, "'" ___duo..... 101. .
evening, and with Tampons:! better II!I A kitten crawled( inside the rim of OIAtIAIWOGA... AT 6 fO t x
prepared to entertain their guest I a large flywheel In a mill at Burlington G. .. _
than ever before, the annual South Nebraska, and fell asleep. The '

Florida Fair and Gnipanlla Carnival __ -\ __ __ c ..
opened in Tampa yesterday, and con- I "i, 4 4WE
I tinues through Saturday of next
.: week*, offering nine days l of Florida- I THREE R.E/VSON& '
Qoot development advertising and royal

o ateto1b entertainment. Instead of being ARE WE WON T WE HRE lRE
r 't, merely a South Florida I<'air'the fain 40I URTEOrIS '
OVERtNARtE "
is one of state-wide scope, as fully IA86E
three-fourths of the {counties of

CIGAR :.TTES Florida are represented in some departments r
The increased exhibit
have necessitated the erection of several
new buildings including one for
the Mexican exhibit. I

.h --- The following special days of the t this
fair period have been designated:

I 1 gL Tomorrow, Saturday, "Farmers' "
:;:.a. -- - -- "
c. Day. Demonstration of agricultural
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AMERICA'S WAR TRADE dyes such as she produces and admits commission much trouble by refusing machinery will be a special feature.
BOARD WILL CEASE TO 'I those she does not produce, but to produce, except under pres Monday, "Gasparilla Day." Featuring
which her consumers need. Japan is sure, the dyes most needed in the arrival of Ye Mystic Kreweof :4slgi i
FUNCTION eN MARCH 4 taking steps to protect her chemical United States. They are willing to ,Gasparilla, Rotary-Press breakfastat
I industry. The United States is the offer large quantities of dyes in Tampa Bay hotel: canoe races and r s L i "
There is evidence in Paris, where only important nation actually at the competition with the output of the water carnival by Rollins college. l s it
r large force of dye experts now are mercy of the German chemist. For American dye industry, but still are ,Tuesday, "Governor's Day." Governor \ .
gathered to help the reparations the moment America is protected by making excuses for failure to produce Gary A. Hardee will attend.
commission, that the German dye attack the will Trade Board, but this bar- noncompetitive dyes. Thus they Wednesday, "Tampa Day."
Alas is to be centered most rigorously rier fall when she ends the tech hope to encourage consumers to demand Thursday, "Shnners Day" Featuring '
upon the United States Market.: nical state of war with Germany, an open market. Also, in this monster parade of Nobles of
i has a tariff law that enables says a cable from Wythe Williams, manner, with the experience of her I the Mystic Shrine."
her build up her dye industry un- in the Washington Herald. 60 years' world monopoly of dye Friday, "Mexico Da!'."
mol England has a new law German dye manufacturers, realizing manufacture against five years of I Saturday "Everybody's\ Day'
retire January 16, that excludes this, are causing the reparations American experience, Germany In addition to Johnny J. J.nea ibraf i
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PROVIDES PREPOSTEROUS, PONDEROUS PURCHASING POWER FOR THE PUBLIC'S PURSE;
PROVING TO YOU THAT HIGH PRICES ARE GONE. YOU KNOW WHAT THAT
MEANS-MONEYSAVING FOR YOU AND EVERYONE. THIS FIRST

Wonderful, Honest"to-Goodness, Lowest Price Sale

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A-l Quality 14c TABLE NO. ONE TABLE NO. TWO Exceptional. Value. 15cCHILDREN'S
3< Inches: Wld-Per Yard Misses' and Boys' Per Pair---------
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i Lodles'Pumps 98 Men's and Boys' Shoes 0 '49TO .1
BUNGALOW APRONS and Oxfords $1 $ MEN'S( BLUE WORK SHIRTSGOOD
SEE IS TO BUY
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Pr1: ''TANK ,'A Pithy Paragraph' 'TAKE STOCK 'An The Unlucky son of Number'ft wealthy real, estate .'
TAPPING THE '
THOUGHT "One Anecdote of a Man is dealer in Uniontown Pennsylvania,
.t Worth a Volume of Biography." has entered a plead of guilty to
-Channing, .1 OF YOURHEALTH thirteen charges of burning build.
Cheaper! By THORN. ings, and has received an indeterminate
J sentence"1' of from forty-two,
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year to eighty-five year In the
Sock 'Km: To 'It. Oyster Hundreds Of 'Em NOW penitentiary. By "indeterminate" I
f' ONE. TIIQRNISM I I Pierce had an extremelv en1joyable Hush little acreage! understand I i. meant when a fellow 1 I.

FLOORING ---fc------$34.00 -- evening recently when one of Don't you cry; "in" he's' "determined" to 'ate the 'U,
A fashion not say's that I the societies gave vent to "An Oyster You'll raise a rice crop judge.
CEILING _______.._:___ 20.00 "skirts this summer are going to' {I and Sock Social.."' Of course oysters Bye-and-by Winter Brings Many. Ilk to Pale, 1K" "
be shorter" and while the prophecy and socks 'may go well togetherfor I */ Overworked People Mayor Hylan Show Sense

SWING ..,_________--_ 20.00 looks good to me I don't, for some folks-but not for muh. *. * The mayor of that city has issued
th' life o' me..see how it i It's merely a matter of taste I pro.j''sume. Newspapermen Are Lucky Guys TAKE PEPTOMANGANFortify an order forbidding the formation of

FRAMING .__,_______.. 34.00 possible and still WIILk.t I'I. While the county jail at Bartow any branch 'ofthe Ku Klux Klan la
I name1 know some of I. * is Crowded to the gunwales with all Your System-Good Blood New York. While he possibly can- ; r
1 sex: whose tibia and fibula are I Ii Or Piggery In rockery sorts of culprits J. G. Gallemore, editor Will.. Give Yon New Strength not succeed in prohibiting the Instituting
AH dry and dressed and the freight i 1 8OI'Urut on the bias who'll neeor Who in the dickens ever christened of the Record, is still free and of a branch order there lint
1 never never yield to fashion'sI one of those clerkless /groceries a"P'Kirly unhitched and i II issuing his paperas to Keep Well the >.lightest doubt he can stop any
paid to your station. We skip I mandate-even though curves are t wiggly Those folks don't usual 'twice. each week. Amen. display that might be made; and if
all right in their place. sell pigs-and nothing seems to wig # If you feel the least' bit run down, more mayor would follow the ex-
solid or mixed can of all grade i I gle. It looks to me as if "snatchly Should Delete Th' Stuff not necessarily sick but tired and ,ample of Hylan there will be less
stuffly" would be more illustrative Just so long as newspapers will blue and sort of down and out it 'friction throughout the world.
ywliere. Write
to *" #" lof the science. Then, too, "pick 'em continue to publish apologies from shows plainly that your power of resistance *
And. Again It Mite Not 'em" wouldn't be so awful gosh the hipanjandrum of the Ku Klux is low. I Her Offer Went Flewy'
I Says the Plant City Courier: bad, would it? Klan just so long will the organization 1 It is dangerous to go around that ) One travelling
Tallahassee LumberCo. "Rust mite control." *" continue to exist. That is another way. You don't want to do it. iii with the Haring party certainly had
*" j Should Be Custom Here case where a campaign of silence | Make no mistake about it, when her nerve. She wired *
,\ TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA I In Japan dresses are frequently would-be mighty beneficial you feel yourself slipping into lazy |Iin Florida (including weeklies that
8-tf f Same Trouble Everywhere. : cold by weight.' If the price per *I *I II I habits" getting/ indifferent to the she would furnish each day a 600- v .
I tent must be extremely extortionate pound was somewhere in reason an Have Said MuchIf (things you naturally like-no energy ( word! article for twenty-five dollar
ony the Pacific coast-even American woman, if the plan prevailed they run all the crooks out of no, vigor, always tired-it is per day. Get that-$26 per diem?
the mountains: are moving. here, could make a big! saving.A New York as has been declared the time to look out. It may not mean up to date I have seen nothing from
p IMTI That 'Th' Truth __ half-dozen of the stylish gowns intention I prophesy that the news- that you are sick 'or that you will be. I her facile pen--and I'm opining the .
That old' dage about the "worm lust now wouldn't pull down more'" papeis of that city will have to de I I But there are diseases. that would only good her wiring/ did was to boost -
DR. BUCKMASTER turning" still remains very truthful. three pounds--exclusive! of the bead pend largely upon the "outside circu- ,' have an ..allY.time of !it ...th your the income of the telegraph com
"Still" whed the "copper worm" and buttons; and that amount to retain their averages! system wh..n'your blood has no fighting pany-for all message were ..p..
turns it seems it is showing a mighty oughtn't to cost much-even if they That's however. : qualities.You paid." .Oh, hum!
had spirit. do look high. But if hosiery sold by w" H* vHere's want to be well and keep well *
KISSIMMEE'S *" *" *" the pound-well, I've seen some very A Tough proportion and feel strong If you build up the I'd like An Explanation
I Revenue Officers Are Wrong attractive specimens on the street Say the De Land Record: quality of your blooil by taking/ Pep- I The Tarpon Springs Leader-man I
., I I Statements are being demanded that looked mighty heavy bo; looked Beef is down one dollar to-Mangan: you will he In trim to I the outrageous scamp mention \. y :
OSTEOPATH I from every person as to how muchhe mighty heavy. per 100 on the hoof, but the I fight off winter ills. It has just the I some charming callers he recently ?
"earned" during 1920. If that *" *" trouble is very few retail right ingredients to build your bloodup I entertained, and then tells of the
1 custom was made universal there'd Confidence In CottonAt dealers sell the hoof. with rich red corpuscles. |"white silk pettibockera" that "seem
C OFFICE AT RESIDENCE: be a mighty small revenue paid to an auction of hogs/ of high/ Correct; ab-so-lut--ly( correct. Pepto-Mangan gives your blood ed mighty smooth" to him. Apparently -
Comer of Clyde Avenue Uncle Sam What the officials wishto. quality which took place at Eastman, What 1 usually get comes from close the qualities it needs to pick you up he has taken out a "poets li ;.
konw in how much each man re Georgia yesterday the offer was up to the horns! Yassum. and start vou off on a health basis. censer" but I'm making three affidavits -
and Emmett Street ''leivt'd'a"sum, -- made that to encourage the raising *I ;,' You will notice the difference noon that he's no poet. He don't
.*" *J of hogs ax against cotton the sellers] Expensive; Little Things after you start taking/ it. You will know any more than I do, I reckon;
----- I I would the for The Clermont Clarion carries B have letter color better feeling and
- -- Camels and Campbell accept on payment any and it isn't six months since I of-
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Evidently one writer on the Lake- one hog that was bought/ at leant column of stuff labelled "Little more energy. I fered to wager a fine pink "camisole"
,land Telegram in not "an inveterate! one hale of cotton, allowing] for that Things/ Picked Up About Town." You can take it in liquid or tablet I -and all the time I was talking
''rurnret fiend." In telling of a rob- cotton "five cents above the market Sometimes those things costs dearly form as you prefer. Both have the about it I imagined it was the same -
4 fllINGmlDat' ,,1K'ry l of those little things that writer I price." The owners of the porkt'rsurlZ't'd I however. I picked up a "littl same ingredients.. But he sure vou !II thing as a "casserole." The worst
;'describethem time as "Camp- that an offer of that sort thing": the other evening and it cost get the genuine "Gude's Pepto-Man+I of the wager was that I lost-'n' I'm
Ix'lls"-while there every is to be found ''would encourage/ the sale and would me a bit of money. Aw, keep still. /gan. Auk for it by that name- a married man, 'too--or three.
who ban fad for : prove their belief that hog-culture/ It was a nail in my tire. Yassum. "Glide's Pepto-Mangan/ and be sure I *
ninny n man a
"Camels" Well, hleRH the man for I was better than cotton-culture! ; but *I *I #I | the full name is on the "package. I Oh My Those Signatures
I'd think result in It IN Different :Now __ I
his blissful ignorance I that it would the I When Governor Catts wrote to Joe
( raising of more 'otton-where thegrower 18!)$: "How much is that silk And Every One Different Earman of the Post at West Palm ,
l was fairly sure he could Bell shirt ? Only eighteen dollars ? Gee; Speaking of odors I'm calling/ attention 'I Beach, telling what he will do if Joe '
Our Specialty Just Wail Till HalloweenSays I I at "five '. the Times, of White Lake price." How come ? better than that?" thirty-five scents in thin (city I any feline and cussing him out generally
1 South Dakota : :J y :!k 1921 : "What'll you clwtrge me for ,, #: I IU : he signs "Yours very truly."
Of Count, We Do All Varieties of Mrs.1.. T. Hamilton it I'm An Innocent SpectatorIn H good[ silk shirt? WHAT! Six Thin The Reason : Reminds of the South Dakota editor '

| erecting a email building at four or five years from now li-ans! Goodness gracious in that I've always wondered the 'some year ago when I lived 'out
Automobile Work And We Do It I I', the rear, of her establish millinery I when we shall ,'ventuallyl.'et/ peaceon th' best you can do? Well, gimmetwo girls wore those pretty little why hair there. The editor at White Lake '
and ment.dress-making earth there'll be a new scrap put' of that other kind you havemnrkl.d ulsters over their ears Yesterday. I i wrote the editor at Plankjnton cay- ?
up. This time it will be 8 sort of down to $1.65." i ing: "Dear Sir: You are a lIar.Youare
Right lad whose
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You Annie I the
I telletn. guessed it I every
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religious war At least little thingsevery / : * time. grew a
first now and then point to such a Long Have I WorriedSays _ heart. the afflicted are a degenerate. I can whip you
*" *" Possibly girls are -
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' i trouble-but there's no use worryingnow I the Saint Petersburg/ Times: in the same manner-and who ,on less ground than it would take to 4
Eddie Hansell Place Seemed Deserted. Probably about it. According to an Associated The site for the white i cares to trot erround with coupleof make another head like your*-and
Used to be a time when a man Press dispatch of recent house was selected by President I ears flopping about like a Ilf you ever mention me in your columns
was hurt in some fight or accident: date the Washington and Major a coupleof do etc.
"Holy Office" at Rome has loose mudguards eh? I I'll it. Fraternally. ,
14 No. 18 Emmett Street that there would be many proffers sent out decrees asking/ Catholic jor Peter C. L'Enfant when Get that "fraternally"?
from those standing/ nearby who bishops to watch "an organizationwhich they laid out Washington in _ 'I *" i
happened to have a flask on their while professing absolute in 1791.Well Lakeland Indignantly Excited Oh Dear Me What Fads
hip Now all they give a man who freedom of thought in religious matters sir, I'm mighty/ glad to Things. have come to a pretty passin Out in Danville Illinois a wife 1 i. _
receives an injury in "air. Mel.behere's instills indifferentiam and apostacy learn that! I'll bet I've fretted and Lakeland, and there'se going to be Macswinneying! because her husband ,"
a bit of sympathy added to the Catholic religion in the fumed over that matter many an something transpiring there in that won't join her church. She hat already '
Prentis Thomas !but it's not the old brand of fymp.I minds of its adherents." The decree hour-for I've always been so fear- quiet tramp-cow ridden community passed the forty day of? fast
I thank you. mentions! the Young Men's Christian some that someone would lay it on mighty soon. Not only are the cows ing-and is again proving to the
:, *1 *I Association saying it corrupts the me. I certainly thank you. and their gentlemen friends who patient public that we eat altogether jj
Many Were InlerenteilAn faith of youth. *" I I come in from the range and walk all too much, for she stlil possesses the
l mrrasional. publication in Wilkes *" Some Men Awfully Careful over the gardens and things going gift of gab. Hubby say he'will
AUTO REPAIR[ SHOP II Barre P Pennsylvania called "Plain Home Missionaries Needed I'veheard of a man who could use to have a share of the condemnationthat not join her church-even If he-
I I Talk." recently published a bit of After Mrs. Marshall Bass, of Dub- one toothpick for a week-and I've is current but there is a crying commences to eat; and wifie declare
!| gossip regarding/ : a trip',taken by a /Jin Georgia, had prepared a hot supper seen a fellow who wore one pair of need for seats in the park for women shell never eat till he promises. to
J and Storage .' prominent business man, accompanied for her husband the brute drove sox for five weeks; but I met a mana only. Here is what the Star says join. The whole thing, I opine, I la a
by his stenographer, to New her from the house Carrying her few days ago in the Osceola Hard. regarding the latter necessity: good advertisement proposition.The .
1 ---- ,' H I York. 'The next night after publica young/ baby in her arms the young ware who told me that he was still The ladies say that when missus wont .
tion there were :eight men who woman ran two miles before her husband using' the oilstone he bought of M. E. they want to sit in the park' Give up her stunt
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BRING IN YOUR CARS nounded the-.puhliL'tit-r so badly .that found her. Then he beat her Gruber in West Palm Beach, more they either find the seats Because her thought would haunt ;' ,
he was laid up in a hospital. It over the head nnd shot her twice. than twenty years ago. This man all filled with men or some her;
I looks. to me nff if there wenmany When the neighbors dared to go to was a carpenter on the Royal Poin- strange man t sitting on one While husband true
of the p, b. m. of that town in love t the spot they found her dead, with ciana at that time. He bought all end and they don't care to Says: "Don't you chew
I with their stenographers the ba)>e clutched in her arms. Then his tools of Gruber, and every pay- /get mixed up with any scan- __ "A thing that you don't want tor!"
*" *, . the authorities "rushed the murdererto dav he'd take what money he had dal.! *
We are Prepared to do all kinds of Having An Awful Spell Macon to prevent lynching." I I left and turn it over to "M.o ." for But what /gets me is how is a man A-Mo, A-Me. A-Mi

Says. the Gainesville News: can't understand why any sane per- safe keeping./ "And I never lost a to occupy a comfortable position in The society salver of the Palm t
BATTERY WORK Few people have ever seen son should desire to "prevent lynch I cent by him, either" said the man the park if he doesn't "sit on one Beach Post who handle the Palm II
I l radium, according pie have ing'1-/ in a case of that sort. I think talking/ to me, "for there wasn't a ,,end ? It seems to me to be about Beach end of a dozen column per }
I r ever heens-rKGrT.etaoinin lynching should be encouraged. I better man in the entire county of the only "logical situation" honestly day perhaps utters in loud type!
to geological survey officials. cer-tain-ly do. But why should we. Dade than he." And I told him that it does; and, f'r th' life of me I can'tsee I'I'I Lingerie Dress Back to Stay'iandthat : 1 t.
uns pay good money to send mis- Gruber was a pretty decent sort ofa I how any dear woman can get provokes comment; 'umble corn's: ,
Pain in Side, Back "We hold these rules to be self. sionaries to foreign countries ? Eh, man yet.--in spite of his dabbling "mixed up in a scandal" by merely ment, but nevertheless comment. I* .
and Head I evident that Gainesville, in addi- wot? in realty to the extent of several sitting on a bench if there should I have thus far failed to see a lingerie '" "
tion ; mudholes / *I hundred thousand dollars or so. Yas- happen to be a horrid man some dress that had a back-or, rather, 1
to having deep
Jamestown. La.-"I hare used Dr. of her main thoroughfare uponsome Not The Original Eve sum. But that' a durned Ionatime : where about the premises. Nossir.I )when I've noticed a''real 'lingerie '"

Pierce'. Favorlt Prescription for'I must have a supply of that stuff The TJmteR. of Saint Petersburg, to use an oilstone, isn't it? can't. I'm figuring on making a dress I've noticed a considerableback
years and aDd that would make old "215" look like has been asked a question by Mrs. #" # trip to Lakeland some o' these daysin ; also mighty close! to a 100-. ",'f'
It do. me the trey of spades when hearts were Eve Lynn of the same village-and Sounds Funny, Doesn't It : my Rolls-Rejoice I'm going | percent front. Either I'm wrong in 7
more s od Yassum. here's the query: "Can You Love Too It seems odd that men (also women to have the chief of police meet me my deductions that .ocletmis... If
than any other ; trumps. Much ?" Passing the buck to a man ) will call a phone number and as at the city limits and look after me ha delved deeper enddone more-ref .M
medicine 1 ever of Editor Naugle's make-up man soon as the answer is made will ask: I-f'r I'm that timid I just know it than I have. Uh-huh. .,
used. I suffered You Mean Old Thing bf hallucinations and holdups-would "Who is this?" Just as if one could that I'd be pestered to death-and I Hush, little lingerie! "
with my ', Asks the Tarpon Springs Leader: indicate a desire upon the part of tell who it was! When a reply to a have no inclination to get I Dont you cry; ;t-,
rt.btalde. back Also and likewise we'dlike Eve to have the beans spilled] -Borne- call is made the person answeringthe I in a scandal" my ownself. I thanyou There's a nice pink camisole I '.
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and bead. to know how came body's beans-but phone! will, if he is on the job Hid' close by. I
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mine' with nine of those
friend of Thorn
especially] Naugle's beans. Mis- state who it is speaking, and the one - - - -,_ - -' >
told me to try, high-priced., foil-wrapped cigars ter Naugle will probably tell his fair making/ the call should preface his I ,
Fa in his desk
Pleroe's ?
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TOrite Prescription It is questions like that which much-nor too plan would save trouble. Every day t
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and It did shake faith in all humanity. I reckonI many provided j Seed PotatoesSPAULDINGS
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calls The I
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many don't make a slip and talk too someone :
the so much good I never get tired know what that man is insinuatingbut much But what is Eve!, figgering on, i take the receiver from the hook and I IstSle :!
of praising It, for I believe It saved pshaw! .What's th' use? anyway? Eve, dear Eve cut out i : "This is The Gazette. Nine I, No. 4 ROSE. EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPH
my life. I tried several doctors Those i'iKara-and they were beauts, the worry! To your railway station' in ten will then ask: "Who is this?" .1
of them belped me. NowI likewise and too-were somethinglike : ': IRISH, COBBLERS I
but none hurry; to the ticket-man "Gimme As it comes in the form of a conun- ,
enjoy good health."-IDA YOUNG- this column or like the work ofa one full ticket to Kissimmee say; !" I drum I have to tell 'em I'm mighty We are. f fortunate in our contracts which make it. possible to '.
BLOOD. Send lOc to Dr Pierce. Buf pickpocket;; not the result of either thank 'you. pusitive'-I don't know who it is. t quote lowest market PRICES. *"
N. Y- for a trial pkg. ebulition or 'inhibition or education ,
falo. have to give it up. I feel sure they 't' .t
or intuition. When the judge The Cogs Don't Mesh could tell me right\ off the reel whoit It will pay you to get our prices before buying, and our i
I asked. the antique colored man how '
A Fort Myers writer tells of two is. I'm.jjomind-reader; nor am II QUALITY before planting.
it was he could so adroitly secure thechickens" touring cars and truck lost in a weegee 'board. I'll do the best I |,
a the I Our SEED POTATOES are the highest quality MAINE GROWN, :
from the roost the .
negro
CITYMEATJARKET I Everglades, where the tourists "were can to give information hut, gee- \
selected for seed.
said: "Doant yer try hit Mister 48 hours without food." After crossing a-Qllh, I can't tell everyone by the especially :1"

I iJedge! Hit's" its nacheral with me; into Dade county the cars were voice. .1 should say not. I .,thank I Send for FREE CATALOGUE and SEED SPECIAL giving .,; :

I hit's a gif. *Yassum.*" "stuck in the deep muck of a swamo you. | REVISED PRICES on new crop SEED BEANS. PEAS RED SEAL T k
hammock." *" .
and staid there 36
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,'. i Thin Is A Double-City hours Then along came a Seminole No Day In Daytime SEED PEPPER. etc. t I
| Queries the Titusville Star Advo- with a pair of oxen and the cars When Eve upon the first of menThe We carry all the leading and standard varieties of seed that I II

.' Fresh Meat and i; cate: were hauled out-but the passengers/ apples prest, with spacious I have been tested and known to be adapted to our toil and climate. \ .
Since it seems the fashionto "were unable to obtain any directionas cant SEED OATS RYE. VETCH RAPE
I make unnecessary and Oh what thousand then etc.
to the proper route. But listen; a pities
j.;. VegetablesPhone foolish laws constitutional go on a bit; "thev followed faint That Adam was not adamant The planting season is near at hand. Our information service ;

.' ...:-- I amendments and blue laws, tracks often through deep water"and -'!" -The Gateway.But is (free. Call on us (for any information on your crops you might t'1
',.,.-' I ad nauseum why' don't the 1 I'm saving: that tracks in deepwater think we can supply.
44 Florida I legislature removie\ would of necessity, be mighty he was like the modern It'ink- ,
> some of the surperfluous s's. faint. Any jnan who could "follow With women ill-equipped to grap OLDEST'ND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDAE.
m's and e's from such faint (track through deep water" ple. .
words as Kissimmee, Tallahassee could, I feel certain, scent a profiteer And so, ere he had time to think. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY .j'
Rice threshing in Louisiana is Okeechobee? They in an advance gale blowing at sixty- lie got it In. the Adam's apple!
practically complete at this time. make too much work for the two miles per hour-a personage, I -Strickland Gillilan.{ 202-206 E. Bay Street JacksoeviHe, FloridA

0. plant in the irrigation district printers. take it, of a sort of a second scent HY-TEST SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS
tabulated the yield received and Listen, ho. This is the only cityin variety. Then the folks met up witha That apple incident got them ';
found in, an area of 9,500 acres in the stat that Is 1 double concern. : roadhouse broke a fast of "''lit And all of us into a jam. :: .&
cultivation a yield of 6.9 bags an A bill is to be introduced in the com hours" once more, and reached MI- But Eve looked very food to him' ,
I. session of the assembly at Chat ami "little the he didn't Adam.
,, ing worse" for the trip. And so care '
ta"'oochee--er." I mean Tallahassee Amen. It always sorter grates on -Saint Petersburg Time 666 will break a Cold, Fever aadaaytViaf DR. R..1. DENNING :

an attack of acute rheumatism to commence the name of this' city my nerves to have a man write a tUa {
: cre.Ji ..there is much pain Ballard's with an extra or superficial K, in story that doesn't track. .If a fellow But for that primal co-ed pair Grippe quicker we DEN'T'ISTOver' ,Jii

Liniment is a necessary part which case there will be two letters doesnt. care tatick to fact he I'm prone to sav that I believe kmew ,...n tia. Neer UM;Ppatofflee.orriCK '
V of the treatment. It is a powerful each of "e," ">," "K." "m" and ".." ought, by all means, 'to line up his The sun remained locke fast in -.-- r-- HOURS:. S u> 'U:... 1:11-t. s. !
the time the title is'well- fancies thatv. there'll be loom- . .,
aln relief. Three size, 30e, 60c At present so no skidding .
(/ -ne. tr.20 per bottle. Sold by Rob- fbled-but that measure' will surely as he rounds the corner I'd The whole day long was Adam's. It is said that there are only three Raidtlanee, ..... 174-1/ .hf ;fh. h-, ,... "
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.. I" ---.. : WHAT OF' THE "TIN .CAN TOURIST The average -school teacher nowadays Bilf' Hoheneollefh ''I. saying' noth-
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GAZETTE I
KISSIMMEE VALLEY : has to take avow ,of j) vertytwfo.re and sawingwood.. ',But he'd be yell- .'
his head off at the size of
SEVERAL cities of Florida are experiencing reversion of feeling 're going to her work. The -salary 11820 income tax It hwere. ''doing fI., \i
like
? % is some' of the, children "'
Tnblislied .Ejpcry; Friday I garding the occupants of the ;-"tented cities" scattered. so freely over the case of arrested development: the oollwtinir. \1,
8, Kissinmee Valley Gacettt Company, Kuiimmee, Florida state-aad. the residents of Saint Petersburg have no hesitation in declaringthat I,,- \

f ". W. B. Harris, Presides E. C. Van Agnew, SecretaryW. while there- should be ample provisions made for caring for those, who .0..0..00 O U 0 0 040 0 ,O 0 0 0..00..00.' .. I .
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L. Thorndyke, Editor desire to remain a limited time during the season that is no good reason
the municipality should furnish free lights free free e ,
why water and quarters
-*- Subscription Rates to, (campers who make the place their residence for several months at AT ONCE---All ''round cook
One Copy, One Year..________________.______:___..._._______...$2.00 time. Some of the in that declare, the tourists in ,
city
One Copy, Six Months__....____..._____,,_______._______________ 1.00 a : residents. cars. are W' ANTED .
One Copy, Three Months_....-.-..-___.-.--___.-.__-_________..... .50 of an undesirable class., I good waiters and waitresses.
f .thousands: upon thousands of dollars have been spent by Florida mu- ,
flCnttred at the Postofflca at Kl..lmm e. Florida, a. cond-cl..i matter.) nicipalities in arranging and perfecting camping-grounds for the accommodation / -
of these tourists. As whole The Gazette feels that of at in address "RUNNY-
,; All communication except from Our mithorlifld corri-nponderita must belirmd a they are a Apply once person, or
by the writer. desirable class-there being, of course, as in all large congregations, an
1 Rejpctrd matter will not be returned unlem called for. II occasional! one found that is below the general standard. They spend a MEDE LODGE '" -Runnymede f Florida t .

I'f'relsn' Advertising, R..re..t.U" |IL great deal of money among merchants of the community in which they ,
k THE:. AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. J| stop either a short ors 1 a longer timend.;; )they usually make their stay at

't f any point in accordance with the pleasures they find in that community. PostofficB Narcoossee Florida A
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1921 They are of a class that has money--for it is well-known that it requires ,
- -- -- - f fatter purse to travel by automobile than in any other manner.It .
.i ELECT ONLY CONSERVATIVE BUSINESS MEN seems that what has created a spirit of animosity toward these frfrC fr 0 0 fr
Knights of The Rubber Rollers is the fact that some few of them are
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in their demands the of ur- -
WITHIN short lime the voters of f Kissimmee will be called upon to knockers; exacting to extent becoming nuisances,
f elect an administration a to conduct public affairs for the coming year.- and circulating incorrect reports about conditions to an extent that is dam- ... . ........ .... .. ......... .. . .......
aging. There have been a few of this sort in KisMmmee but it would be
j, and it is none too soon to commence considering who will be the most competent -
in the several capacities. unfair to the vast number of excellent people to declare all were of that
to serve
)Ifs It is best under all circumstances to consider matters as they are-- class. The vast majority camping in the grounds of this city have been Now{ it is the '

and avoid the glossing over of any existing untoward conditions; and the of an appreciative class, and they have been pleased with Kissimmee and : : t

financial situation of Kissimmee is now at a crucial point. The city is not the people living here. There have been one or two exceptions, of course;
i '"broke," if the slang may be pardoned- there is now more money in but as a rule they have been of very fine citizenship. They have realized Home Grown Irish PotatoesThey're
that perfection of grounds of this nature cannot be brought about at a
ti circulation than there has been for some time; but the treasury of Kissim-
1' mee has been neglected by its debtors. It might be added, however, that moment's notice nor without sufficient funds-and they have made the best

while there are thousands of dollars now due the city for taxes and penal- of things. sell 5c
ties, there' are payments being made each month on these sums which frequently Another point against which residents of numerous towns in Florida fine --- They at j :
aggregate a pleasing amount. wherethese auto-camps are located take issue is where the campers "set
stores"where various commodities sold at l lower prices than the
are
The management of 'a city -either under the plan so long in vogue up
merchant who taxes and overhead and insurance and clerk- : s
regular
pays
under the commission the if there
Or formrequires most exacting care
it to be the desired amount of progress gained with the most modest out hire the year round; or where some camper will set up a repair shop for 1 Don't forget our Special Coffee
]lay. It is not enough that a candidate may be "a good fellow," or that he automobiles or a cobbler's bench for the mending of shoes. Such actions
y ** are to be condemned by the general tourist-and the home man who thus
is full of schemes, to warrant the entrusting of the administration of a
city the size of Kissimmee in his hands; nor is it (the trait of economy to the I loses some of the trade which by right should be his is ready to enter a THE WHITE LABELR.S.FLOYD
x city the size of Kissiramee in his hands; nor is the trait of economy to the kick because of the condition. Each of those entering upon such businessis
What is required, if the city plans to obtain the most thorough successduring subject to arrest and a fine for conducting business without a license -
but would feel deeply aggrieved if an arrest was made. Yet it would be '
the coming term, are men who have made a success of their own }
affairs, and have the initiative to conduct the affairs of a municipality with just. I
Precisely what steps will be taken another year for the conveniences
3' equal exactness; men who will insist upon having one hundred cents'worth I
of tourists in Kissimmee is a trifle problematical--but the desire as ex- ,
of service for every dollar spent-and will look closely after the money
deflected \ pressed by all merchants is that every possible concession shall be given -
that belongs to the city; men not easily from what they believe I
4, is for the best for the city--yet willing to listen to the strong voice of popular the visitors. Other cities claim to "have learned a lessonIf there is a
sufficient lesson to be learned it may be safely said that as yet Kissimmee has not PHONE 176 302 BROADWAY
1 opinion;" men with a vision to look ahead and plan for greater
things-yet not anxious to run into debt beyond the limit of wisdom or having I made application even to the kindergarten class.
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rainbow ends of f of
a disposition to chase Anticipation at the expense "
the shoe-leather of Reality and Sense. WHEN IS A MASON NOT A MASON - -- ---. .. - -
And from the feeling which now seems to predominate in Kissimmee.
i there should be men chosen for the various offices who are in favor of a THIS question has been settled in the courts of Miami when the mandate -
commission form of government in order that when such a project can be I went forth that a negro could not legitimately wear the emblem of
tt launched-as it surely will be--they will heartily co-operate in every step. the Masonic order and G. W. Manley ex-Grand Maslor of the "Most
a The Gazette is firmly convinced that a city should 'be run as some great Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons" was
under for violation of the state statute prohibiting the wearing FOR SALE !
I manufacturing concern is conducted. Such a plant selects the best man placed arrest ...
possible to act as general manager-and he is responsible for the success of lodge insignia without proper authority.The .
; or the failure of the concern. He is the "big boss"-and the directoratethe entire trouble arose because of the claimed supremacy by each My Home in Kissimmee
( commissioner) has in a general way supervision over him. That is, of two factions of colored people. Each asserted the opposition elementwas "
if he is not specially fitted for the job, they discharge him and engage his an illegitimate organization-and the presiding judge ruled that neitherof

successor. But the board of directors would not essay to superintend the them had a legal or moral right to claim affiliation with the order instituted Corner of Verona Avenue and Hughey Street. Two '

work-one man taking one department and another man another department in America in 1710 with its first Grand Lodge established in 1730. ! blocks from courthouse, one block from lake.
-as is done in the common form of city administration. No plant. which has been- known over the entire world as an organization of white
- s'e no great institution, no great mercantile establishment! would become a people. Three large rooms, pantry, kitchen front and back /.1
success under such a plan. How then can a city hope to achieve more It is well known that no negro ever sits in a "white lodge and it is screened porches downstairs; four bedrooms, hall, tub

under adverse circumstances than a huge corporation? I equally positive that no "white Mason"ever attends a meeting held by and shower bath, and three-side exposure screened sleep-
; The coming administration of Kissimmee must be a most conservative those of the colored race who claim membership in the order--as clande -
one-and one that can handle financial matters in a discriminating way. tine-made Masons are not recognized by the fraternity. The decision in ing-room upstairs. .

There will be demands made by the municipal utility plants, which will require Miami will doubtless have a, far-reaching effect and if all county and state Two-car garage and storage. House built six years .. 1.
skillful diplomacy to'make them self-supporting as they should bet; officials shall perform their :duties: there will be disbanding of all colored .4 f ago for permanent home. Right price and terms, to suit '

and'there' must be inking funds provided, to reimburse both plants for deterioration lodges claiming to be Masonic-or a rapid substitution of some other title purchaser, .
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and replacement and enlargement as the city shall grow and the for the one now in use in Florida. There is a multitude of lodges pf this ,
demands shall become increased. To do this work alone, without an in- sort.' and many of them are possessed of valuable properties in the name : W. B. CRAWFORD: "
crease of taxation, will be no small task; but it can be brought about if the of the fraternity; and if the decision of the Miami, presiding judge is upheldin ,
propel1' men shall be chosen to office. Nor should there be any borrowingof the higher courts each and every lodge will be forced to dismember itself .
funds or the issuance of more bonds until there shall be a definiteness as and each member will likewise be forced to desist from wearing an emblem Orlando, Florida

to the positive source of income to make repayment. bearing the impress of Masonery.By .
i; The Gazette has no axe to grind as to who shall be chosen to the all the tenets of the order a Mason is not a Mason when he is of

'al various offices to be filled. It merely desires that the best men- loyal. the negro race. JeMHXflCMfr --O-M-M-C- -cOO -,..

painstaking, earnest competent in all ways-shall take charge of government ------ -- -- .- -- .
/ ; in order that thorough co-operation in every way the best ends may NOW IS PROPER TIME TO BUILD' "0"> "M-C 0" "M"0 0"0"W"fl"C -- -

be served. Perfection, although always unattainable, is a worthy goal for ,..
which to strive; and the better men secured to fill administrative positions INDUSTRIAL conditions at the present time indicate that no better
the better will it be for Kissimraee--and every citizen within its confine time for building will obtain for some .years- unless the price of labs \shall Goodman & Woodall

take a slurnp over the whole country. Lumber, which has been selling for ,
REDUCING THE ARMY TO 150.000 MEN inordinate prices for several years has reached the low-point, it is now
claimed by authorities--who declare that it is comparatively cheaper thanin I Gr
*', REDUCING the army from its contemplated size of 287,000 men to 1913 and the president of the Savannah Builders Exchange insists that The New cer

a a maximum of 150,000 men is creating a deal of comment and considerable there will soon be a rise the increase merely awaiting the stabilizing of Next to Chamber of CommerceOUR I
friction. That the United States. "the most peaceful nation on earth." business which is rapidly reaching normal. t i ii

@ shall maintain at-an enormous expense a great rmy is declared by many Twenty years ago the cost of common brick laid in the wall was from -J 1
who have made close economic studies and observations as mere fol-de-rol; eight to ten dollars per thousand. Three months ago the cost of these same MOTTO .
and Edward Ross, of the federal bureau of statistics, is authority for the brick delivered but not laid was thirty-five dollars a thousand. Today the i
following thus far undisputed assertion regarding the expenditures of this price is eighteen dollars. Six months ago the price of Portland cementwas PRICES THE-FAIREST -
country and the distribution in percentages for the past year: seven to eight dollars a barrel; today it has hit the three-dollar-and-a- '.,..
QUALITIES THE BEST .,
1 For past wan _______________--__$3.855.482386'For 68 percent quarter mark. (This is a Savannah quotation). Nails have dropped from !
future wars __________________ 1424138.677 25 percent eight dollars the keg and hard to get to five dollars-and plenty of them.
For civil departments _____________ 181,087.225 3 ercent Paints are twenty percent lower than a few months ago-and glass has Good Things To Eat

For public works _______n________ 168.203,557 3 percent dropped thirty-five perceht.' :
t For education and science n_______ 57093.661 I percent \ Every indication tends t6 show that conditions will not be more advantageous ,

t Total ________________.,----_---$5,686.005.706 -100 percent. I I for some for time the than man they contemplating are today.SOMETHING the erection of any sort of building I : We handle the very best groceries j j ..!

Someone must "pay the fiddler; and someone will have to dig mighty '

; terrific force shall become legal measures. Congress is now being asked to co-operate the branch of the .
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piscatorial govern-
expend five"" millions dollars a day for every day in the year upon our army URGING Florida to
considerable propaganda looking to of all
and navy for direct military purposes-an aggregate of nearly one and one- ment is sending out from Washington the Vegetables Kinds .
that
It is be hoped meas-
half billion dollars 1 And in addition to this sum it is planned to spend the establishment of a "Fisheries College. to ,?
about one-half that sum for compulsory military training! ure will go through. There is need of improvement in both .the fish and '
1 ,a Thi nation is over-taxed to a point where there seems but little hope the fishers. Many fish are as ignorant of their own names as is the public it you want the best give us a trial ] \ "
is something
of the fishermen
's t lot the large majority who are neither great grafters nor mighty millionaires -and the language frequently used by some
S nor slick schemers. This has become a nation where the buncombe of billions scand'lous. By all means the college should be started out in a whale ofa
has dethroned commonsense. Where, but a few decades ago "mil fashion--taking care that no sharks shall obtain the whiphand. We are the boys who will
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lions", were mentioned in tones of awe, today "billions"are but as pittances n-i .
to be tossed out to almost the first applicant or contributed at the behest Candidates For The Mayoralty the time of their imprisonment in I treat you right
of these A
ft: of some sauve faction. Turkish harems. Many "

c It is related that Charles Sumner mide addresses in the United States As may be noted in another column girls Near have East been Relief rescued and are by picturedin officialsof

senate at various times "in the 50s"at which time he deplored the fact that the friends of T. M. Murphy his a motion picture film to be shownin We supply the best people with
for several yean the expense of the navy had "been upwards of six million former county judge,the have placed of connection with the lecture of Dr.I. .
for position
dollars Now it'costs 30000.000 build vessel that air- announcement M. Yonan, who has arrived in
yt' a year. to a war an mayor of Kills J1lmf'e before the voters the best
y plane bomb can wreck in a moment. To be sure great changes have been --basing his qualifications for the Florida for a tour of the state. good

brought about since that time; yet there are millions of people who will remember position upon the excellence of his ZIPPY AND PEPPY TAMPA
the caustic utterances of far-sighted' who throwing aside all former administration as a county
S I men official. Murphy is making no WILL ROTE ROTARIANSThe Y
party affiliations not so very long ago, denounced most emphatic terms effort to gain the position-but expresses -
I' a '"biljion dollar congress" whose appropriations reached within a few mil : his willingness to serve "Wideawakes" of Tampa propose Your Trade Will Be Appreciated .I
; lion' dollars of that figure I should he be chosen in that capacity. to be hosts of countless Ro-
Both }be senate and the house have endorsed the lesser number of tarians and newspapermen at the I
the formation of the standing there is : TATTOOING SIGNIFIED "Rotary Breakfast' to be given witha Goodman Woodall "
for
A men army-yet great pressure RIGHT OF OWNERSHIPSome nest unrivalled in the history of .J.:;
!r r being brought .to erfect t a change in the measure. Only a year or two aback all "Ye Mystic Crews" archives; and
there were all varieties. of excuses pu.t forth to have certain men "released of the beat medical minds of there will be many flocking that ProprietorS j! t :
from i the caU.01 the country" in order that the quota of production of De.f'Jr this country and Europe are engaged city at an early moment. The "break.I NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 'J' :
'claitfesmight keep 'up-but now there is fearful cry because of freeing a in the study of the eradication of I fast" will be ( tattoo marks from the foreheads and at eight o'clock.The/ event will be BROADWAY
i ; ; KISSIMMEE .
y G ,- ;'Hundred) ,/thousand, JItCQ.&hat: they may take up various vocations which will chins ell/' Christian girls, branded by a forerunner of what the whole fair I ;;
pi 1-+ :jnaitt ,this.country better?) fairer, and richer. the Turk as a sign of serfdom at I week f promises to be. 'r ;
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TOE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1921 '- SEVER

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See Nelson'. classified 'list 'SAM SMALL TO LECTUREIN 1 I ,
adv. in s 1 .

{ ITEMS -OFA WEEKWOOD I WOOD!. WOOD! WOOD! KISSIMMEE ON TUESDAYThe ADDED FIRE ALARM '
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Phone. 112, Ross Graves 49-tf
;; noted and world famed speaker *, .

WOOD! WOODI! hn Mrs;tomorrow'Jack Sparling, from; her Is northern expected: in, Kistimmee Sam Small,next is scheduled Tuesday to-j eveningat ,>peak .MAY GIVE RESULTS '"We Sell It For Less"Boys' !

Phone 112, Ross, Graves 49-tf trip. seven-thirty., Mr 'Small comes un- ,
Read' tile Nelson Realty Company's''' Two"small farms for rent. Nelson BY QUICKER RUNS p
classified adv. I f Realty Company. *

Regular meeting of the county" Tuesday A. J. MacDonough from an extended returned visit on toEustl. Thou Who Send);' Alarm Should kt

commissioners Monday.. will be held next .., GIT Fall Detail In Order to Secure

1 A fire in the northern Immediate Service
Statistics show grass por-
that
the business failures, 84 percent of I tion of the city rave the fire department .
United States in 1920 throughout the a run Friday evening shortly' By the substitution of a gong for
were by. non- after five o'clock. use only In case of fire the depart-
I advertisers. favorable terms. Nelson Realty ment believes that a better service Play .Suits "Union-All*"____________________..____...$1.75

... business Attorney A. Akerman made aIIJt" ,Company. i ____ 9 will be secured by the citizens of Men's Khaki "Union-All. ______________________________ 3.00
"' trip to Melbourne on Tues Kissimme*--and the new alarm will .
day-and 'returned to Kissimmee I Kidsimmee has been taking first I be ready for service at once. The Men's Pen Checked Overall' ___,._______________________ 1.75
rank this week amusement
Wednesday evening. centre. There has as been an on an aver gong is located on Broadway less Men' Blue Work Shirts.___________________,_____-_______ MBoyi
Miss Mattie Belle Harris who had i than onto block from the firehouse,
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been the guest of her parents, Mr. age day. at least four entertainments, a arid on a corner directly opposite Blue Shirt, heavy grade__ .________________________ .75

and Mrs. W. B. Harris, vttirned on r the two banks-and it is !believed Boys Percale Waists ______________________..____________ .$9Children'
Sunday evening to her school dutiesat C. C. Jordan, formerly of the Ca. kr will be clearly heard for a consider. '
Winter ]!even.! sino; was in Kissimmee on Sunday- I able distance. Butter Brown Hoe size 4J/ to II ; Price_____-__

Mr. and Mrs. ,, the proud owner of a mr.fmincent/ Residents! of Kissimmee should 2c 35c '39 and.45Men's .
Ira Wetherbee were ---------------------------- ,
I i automobile with which he is touring understand plainly[ the instructionsfor
Milliard's in Kissimmee. Island from on Saturday their home to look at the state. I fi sending; in a fire alarm over the Buster Brown Hose__--_-_________-_______________ .3,

after the "Dollar) Day" bargains and Wanted: Large clean cotton rags phone. Call "200." Tell Central of Women'i Buster Brown Hose per pair________50c, $1.00 and 1.25
at The Gazette office. tf the fire--and precisely where it i..-
attend the races at the fair-grounds. I The man who gets trade is the I' + .. Then hang up. Central will get busy. Bonnie B. Hair Net*________________________________2 for25

iate Splendid furnished house. Immed- man the punch-not the man who is She will turn on the jt"ongnd will Bucilla Crochet Thread ___________.:._________-______2 for .25
possession. See Nelson Realty I( notify the electric plant. The first
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Company. glum as a hearse, who swears "ad- man at the firehouse will receive FrLit of the Loom Muslin yard______.;.___________________ .25
Ivertlsing aint never no good f'r he's
Those who have evidence of illegal never seen times that was worse!1" over the phone the locality of the HUI I Muslin yard _____________________________________ .25
fishing in the lakes of Osreola I alarm and the apparatus be on
ty should immediately communicatewith coun- j I Rest email ranch in Florida; equip- I SAM SMALL I its way before the district may shall be Oil Cloth yard _______________________________________ AS

the county prosecutor, Milton ped for business; special bargain and whistled by the firesing; nevertheless PI' tty Voiles, yard ___________________-________45c and .6'
Pledger. Action against the Violators '1 Another croquet outfit has been der the auspices of, the National Re- the alarm will be given heretofore I r
will at once be taken. added to the visitors' grounds on the form Bureau, and will have for his \ by the electric plant, togetherwith as 32ch Ginghams yard _____________,______.___________ .35

Dr. J. T. Ricker, president of the lot opposite the postoffire-and the ,theme": "The Salvation of Uncle the distinct number. The department 27-inch Ginghams yard _______________uuu____ .19

Ohio Club, who has been incapacitated place morning is till a busy late in spot the afternoon.from early Sam. first alarm is anxiously awaiting the Palm Olive Soap _____________________________________ .10
for several days because of illness -"merely to see how the
.. is recovering very nicely, and H. C. Stanford Is looking: for anew I H. C. Stanford stock is of looking for anew plan will work." Cashmere Bouquet Soap _______________________________ .10

expects: to soon be able to be about spring! stock of low quarter shoes.spring low.quarter* SPYING -OUT COUNTRY-- : ColgateiSCpoth Paste _____________, ______________lOc and .25
the city and meet his friends shoes. .
who regret his past illness.many I I Mrs. V. W. Edwards of 516 Mab--I|I Mrs. Nathan Bryan is entertaining AND MAY SETTLE HERE Mavis TaJcubi Powder _______________.__________________ .%5

'For sale: A young man's suit; bette street is entertaining her I her I mother, Mrs. J. F. O'Berry of Moon Kiss Powder ____________________________________ .19

chest' 34 at inches 318 Brack, waist street.28 inches.7.2tx Inquire j[ rived mother last Mrs.week B. J.from Faulkner her ,home who ar-in Rodman.The King's Daughters' food rale Mr.Mr.and and MrF.Mrs.\' J.W. E.Spencer Dawsop all and of Bungalow Aprons. $2.00 value, now__'__________.,_________ .98 .

Monday evening in this city there I.! Nashville, Tennessee. has been postponed till Saturday, Willard Ohio, are located in Kis- w ,
Rimmee for a visit, while they consider .
were the moving-pictures, a tent Iif I I Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Hobbs and February 12.
theatrical showing, a full-sized carnival | Miss Thelma Jones, all of Columbus G. W. Persons, of the Dollar Limit, the city from a residence and
a priu-tice buslVtbnl! game, ;: Georgia, are guests of the family of made a business trip to Orlando business standpoint. Both Mr. )Dawson Watch Our Windows For
and :
Mr.
and numerous other entertainments J. C. Griffin, 710 Main street. Wednesday morning.Rev. Spencer are highly
Mrs'l I impressed with the environments of "
of a minor character. Kissimmee was Griffin is cousin of Rev. Hobbs O. B. Falls and family were this and Values at All Times -
,
city they are seriously considering -
alive on that evening. : Within a few days there will ar- guests at the Milliard home at Hili entering upon a propositionwhich
Fine 1800 acre ranch, stocked and i rive in Kinsimmee a boat-builder of i liard's Island on Sunday afternoon. if they conclude to close up
equipped; fine lake front; close to | note who will investigate the proposition I The rains of last night and todayare will he of benefit Kissinimee. It
town ; especially inviting. See Nelson '' of establishing a plant for :I being welcomed by every grower is... to be hoped that favorable condi- V. & 4
Realty Company. the manufacture of boats of various',a a "big boost" for the coming tions may be brought about. Lyles Story Company

Mr. and Mrs William Alderman kinds. crops.
t and daughter :Miss Pearl, will leave'|, The Tallahassee Lumber Companyis I I Rev. 'W. II. Coleman of the Chris- WEEPING-OUT SALE
tomorrow for Kissimmee where they advertising in this issue of The tian church, will preach at Center AT GILBERT'S STARTSON KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
will spend several days before going Gazette to lay down lumber at Kis Park Sunday afternoon at three
t.. Dade City where they will spend simmee at a remarkably low figure I o'clock. COMING SATURDAY
several W91'ks'isitinA' their daughter -I compared with what prices have I f Wanted: To borrow $25,000 ongiltedge
Mrs. T. C. Beavers.-Okeecho-I been in the past. I( security. For particulars Those who supposed that all ,
bee News I New bubHrribrrs are being daily ,i I inquire at the office of The Valley "marked-down-to-cost sales" had oooooooooooooooooo oo oooooo.oo ooo.o.o.oo . .
Mrs. Sarah:: Jane Reed, after spend- !'added to" the roster of readers of The Gazette.: 8-tf ended for the time being will be l
p i.i lf several weeks with her daughter, Valley Gazette. The additions to'I -Clttle:' Mildred Lightsey, after a pleased to learn that on Saturday A.
Mrs. Ed Hancock, of 110 South the subscription list come not only month's absence of illness with colds S. Gilbert, at 45 Main street, will
Beaumont avenue, left on the midnight j 1 from this city and county but from I and bronchitis, has again resumed commence disposing of his excellent Kissimmee GroceryNo.
train Tuesday for Port St. Joe, more distant points. her school duties. stock of timely merchandise at ex-
+ Florida, where she will make an extended I| H. C. Stanford is looking for a I The Central drugstore is improv- tremely low figures. A Urge announc..ment -
visit with another daughter, new spring stock of low quarter ing its interior by laying a new floor of the coming sale appears 23 Broadway
Mrs. H. A. Drake. >''shoes.' in sections where patrons have worn in this issue of The Gazette- 4

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stamback and Pmtor is home from Bainbridge I out the ancient surface.H. but the space tells of only a few of

' little son, John of Richmond, Indi Georgia Gilbert, and will remain here- C. Stanford is looking for a this the many establishment bargains to be found at 1
ana, have recently been the guests of several weeks with his parents. He new. spring stock of low quarter +
Mrs. T. Wiggins and family, having will then resume his old position on shoes. THE BABY DOLL SHOW OUR MOTTO .
in the Willson building.Mr. .
apartments the road member of the orchestra
as a
s :Mrs. G. W. Persons has returnedto
: Stamback is brother of Mrs. PLEASES THE PEOPLEThe
of the Miller Stock Company.A KiKsimmeei< -after extending her 4
Wiggins.W. new ordinance has been adopted northern trip bv a visit to relativesand
H. Tunnioliffe, vice-president bv the city council regarding the friends at Savannah.The Casino was the storm centreof i Quality Highest - Prices Lowest
merriment last evening when the
of the Bank of Saint Cloud passed
rates current for heating,
Kissimmee on electric groundhog failed to see his "baby-Dolls" held the boards, for ,
through early Tuesday
If cooking, and power. The ordinance, shadow And '
.. on Wednesday. no one Johnnie Mattisee proved that he was '.'
.. ...A enroute to briefly visit Stonewall with modifications ,
some adopt.
was
has been who
"'" yet found BBW" all that was expected-. "and
Jackson Triplett, formerly of this more
. ed at the regular meeting of theI .
. city but now of Lake Wales, where council groundhog. too, -while the clever work of his "
he is employed the Highlander. 1 I'I on Tuesday evening. Reverend W. H. Coleman. spent the company was highly appreciated.The .
I theater ] :Ming Albina Smith home demonstration early days of the week in Orlandoand' odd dancing by the "Dons'!*WiS .
The Lucerne at Orlando Fresh Fruits 'and
the residents of Vegetables j
will have special orchestra Satur- agent gave Ocala-returning to Kissimmeelate most entertaining--and every appearance -
a of instruction tLipton's
I.oughman a course Wednesday evening. I of "Bozo" was the signal
afternoon-formed Kisnim-
day by afternoon entertaining theaudl..nce
Tuesday for prolonged It the
Miss Ruth Fertic who has been in applause. was <
mee artists. The performers will be
with full explanations of most entertaining of like *
the Orange genera hospital for thepast productions ,
Mrs. Gardner Mrs. S. H. I
!!! George how to reduce household ,
expenses thus far appearing this seasonanda
I three weeks suffering from a
Bullock, A. B. Yoder and John Gra-
and interest the I
provoked great by return date here would fill the Cas-
I dislocaed shoulder, has sufficiently
),am-and Mrs. J. I n. Woodbeck willilrive -
of her work.
samples ino. The Casino planned well when
recovered to permit her return to
the to that city.
quartet
I Many from Kissimmte are planning her he me here.Announcement. this company was secured--and thosein Steel-Cut Coffee
There will be a regular communication to visit the fair at Tampa during this city and the surrounding .
of Orange Blossom Lode, the coming we k-and there will ';is made in this issue country who fail to see the performances "
,A?? Free and Accepted Masons, next be those who will take an early of The Gazette by H. R. May, this evening and on Saturdaywill
Monday evening, at which time there morning start by auto from here, remain who offers himself as a candidatefor miss an event that will changeto 39c per pound
will be work in the Entered Apprentice there through the day, and the position of mayor of the city. glee every grouch in the country. {
degree A report from the delegate leave for home about midnight. Witha Mr. !May has previously served Kis- The "Baby Dolls" and Bozo form a ..
to the Grand Lodge, S. L. Lup- good car the run is not a long one. simmee in the same capacity-hav- ,vhole show--yet the plcturtzation is
fcr. Jr., will also be heard. A ing held the mayoralty for three
general of merit that would attract a large
I Mite boxes for the Near East Re- .
attendance\: is requested.A lief Fund .Tiave been opened from successive terms. audience.J. All Goods marked in Plain Figures '

huge navel orange, measuring several placen.. The amounts were The entertainment given last evening -
thirteen inches in diameter, was small. Four of the boxes gave a total in the school auditorium by C. L. Phillips has given up his
brought to the office of The Gazetteon ,, of $3.87-distributed as the following A. Dawson, a blind musician was idea of installing a lumber yard in ;,
Monday by H. O. Hart, of the In- :!'shows: Chapter House 25c: Chamber well-attended, and the work- of the Kill"lmmee-because,, he says, there -.....--
dialantic Sales Agency, who took it of Commerce, > $0.00; Wenner & blind artist was spoken<< of as a mar- is at present no stability to the .
from a tree" in the grove of J. K. Sawyer, $1.25; Reed's Bakery, $2.37. I velous production. The elocutionary market, and prices are being slashed I
Milliard, at Milliard's Island. The I|'I There must be something wrong in numbers by Miss Grace Winn drew in a way' that leaves no margin of
tree was well-fruited and there were forth, as always does the work of profit. ..
China. In America subscriptions
..larger ones Mr. Hart vowed, higher :'.I collected to feed the IItarvinjt"thereat are that artist, much applause-and the: Up to this time work upon the re-
.... on the branches. being the same time hundreds of entire affair was chronicled as a habilitation of the partially destroyed S i r t
The offer of n religious body to thousands" of dozens of eggs are being success. plant of the Wood-Tex: Brick r Osceola Hardware Company.l ;
rent the schoolhouse at Bassville, sent from China to America Rev. A. A. Holmes, Baptist minister Company has not commenced'
and the tender of five dollars for the where they are selling at from ten from Orlando, a few days ago though Mr. Tucker makes the state ,
first month's rent, provoked consid- to fifteen cents below the "home- made the assertion that Spiritualismwas ment that work will soon be in pro- tooooooo..oto.oooootoooo.oooOtottt.tOOOOOO OO
erable study upon the part of the grown" eggs. false religion and proved it to gress. -
county school board. The decision his satisfaction by the bible. Now
was finally reached that the offer I I I I There is to be a meeting!! held by Rev. II. L. dough, from New York NOTICE TO USERS OF ICE
could not be legally accepted, and those interested in the Golf Club on
the check was returned to the sender Saturday evening. February 12, ateight and ualism Tampa is taught will !in prove the that same Spirit-hook, Notice is hereby given that on and Wf WANT TO TALK( ABOUT PAINT
o'clock. The Session will be after February 1 all ice will be sold
with explanations. |j
proper the bible, at the G. A. R. hall, Saint
held at the clubhouse and a general strictly for cash or tickets. Ticketscan J l"
B. G. Hancock has been awardeda Invitation is extended citizens of Cloud, on Sunday. be secured from drivers in any Everybody knows that the price of paint went up with all other commodities 'd

contract by the county school Kissimmee, whether or not they be- Kingsbery, who is said to be the amounts from $1.00 up. during the war; 'but we are delighted to announce that the
board l for carrying the school chil- ;llong i : to the association, to attend the "king" of the cane syrup business in Ice cards must be properly dis- ;a
dren of Sullivan to the Hancock meeting. the northern portion of Florida, was played in order to Insure prompt price has slumped mightily of late. Ask your painter to make an i
.
school. The contract .price is $75yWer in Kissimmee on Wednesday looking: service. estimate of how much it will take to paint your house and then ;
month-which was considered a ,I Mr. and Mrs. B. U. Butler and son, after tha, trade. As may be seen by H. R. MAY,
wetter financial proposition than Albert, of Chicago, who have been an announcement in this issue of Manager Kissimmee Ice Company. come and see us. This i i. the best time of the year to.paint the.

erecting a school house at Sullivan, spending the past two months in The Gazette he is making an especially 7-6t outride of/ your house. Doesn't it need painting? ... '
where there are numerous children, Kissimmee at the home of Mrs. Reynolds low rate for syrup in barrel ...
arid trying to engage a teacher for on Bermuda avenue, have goneto lots-and the samples carried show tttt '
the balance of the school year. I Lake Worth to remain a few that nothing better in that line has ... .

"Death and taxes"" are said Kissim-to be delightful weeks before surprise returning farewell north.was given A- ever been made in the state. I WANT SIXMENEach WHILE YOU ARE[ CLEANING UP THE HOUSE ,;-

i Ct'rtain-bu Ice delivery in the visitors Friday afUrnoon. Mrs. W. L. Moseley and daughter ,
mee are" among the daily uncertainties. Elizabeth who drove to Bartow last
It is rarely that customers arenot i At the regulalrr meeting of the city Saturday for the purpose of seeing with a Little Money you will want new window shades, too. We can announce a ub- W ':

found complaining because of council' on Tuesday application: was the basketball game, were annoyed these also. Most reasonable need
stantial drop in the price of any ;
the non-delivery of the daily desired made to have the fines of Everett upon their return trip by an attempted FOR A SURE THING
amount-yet there has been no de- Hansel! and Enoch Tison reduced holdup. At one point in Polk in that line can be supplied at our (tore.ft -.
claration from the ice-plant that the from $100 to $50 each. The requestwas county the girl noticed from the I or'. ,,
stock has ever been low. The deliv- I granted. These men were fined glare of the headlight-the time was I have a )proposition that has : it.,,: '
should be better systematized for creating a disturbance on or
each day close to midnight plank lying
ery I
have about Christmas.-and the size of the been a success in every city in the -
that each family may I across the highway and as she
YOU EVER OF KAXO( ?
} its desired quota. 'fines was made high because ;of a desire slowed her car she saw thereon numerous United States-and i i. greatly DID _HEAH

.f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Kishpaugh, upon the part of the sort.court to spikes with 'their points turned needed here. It'* a hare-artd- t
that
in Kis- break up affairs of upward. It was either a case of Neither did we until a few day ago when we bought a lot which '
of West Palm Beach were sha'r.alike"meth of filling a
pimmee last pressday, enroute from If some enterprising lads should top or puncture, she thoughtbutas and we now offer for lale. It i i. a wonderful combination of brush and.
-Kissimmee
in
needed
half hundredfolding chairs chance would have it she skillfully want
Mr. KishfeJVEh secure a '
,* Orlando had to made their the home.trip upon mat- next Sunday and rent them out fora avoided the nails as she er ssed. realizing 'gooddividends." Addressme hoe polish. Just press a lever and the polish? come out on your

Jw" of important business-and dime each to' those who desiredto When she had driven over the plank at once. shoe and then the brush doe the rest. It .shine quickly and e sily., f ,
the band the occupant) of the ear saw two
( flopped in at The Gazette"The office worst just have was comfort In progress while it would program atk. men, one on either aide rise from the and you aever toil your hand while using it Say it' jut. what I w.you've .

e"portions f-nng enough of the to murmur highway from. MelJbourne pear that such boys could BtyM side of the road-and the way theyoung been wanting, isn't it?
driver it" sent the WRITE "B"Car
Inside the themselves Napoleons of Finance- "stepped on TO \
to Kissimmee are
to thos who ear at rapid-pace. The occupants of I
little while doing a favor ?
/Tcity limits of your the delightful luvovmike .fix otherwise would! be forced to stand the ear declare the men had gum. of I Gazette, ri.si.ma.I t( ,

that municipality.section' For if they cartd to -listen to the music. but no shots were fired.


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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1921 .... .'

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Rube Al:..". Philosophize T radon I'll get used to it, but just NO GUESSWORK ALLOWED 'furnished by the state comptroller pounds of sugar, 7,747<< gallons and of 1|
,. .. now things seem queer and-generally UPON INCOME TAX RETURNS "WONDERFUL1.SAYS 'are allowed to be displayed on any, molasses 66.942 gallops of ciden, lj
J. E. (Jack) '"Worthington' Jias va j jC'.ated acrewgeed around.--Florida Fisher (Imotor vehicle. The use of cardboardor 2.310,349<< gallons of mash' were seized -
editor of man. ;: paper tags is prohibited. in raids.
his desk managing whose income
Only single net "
persons the law is The total value property in the m\
the TAR HEEL The enforcement'of up-
the Tampa Times and shouldered I for 1920 was lees than $1,009 FARMERA. $1,008-
Lake Worth Highlander. Judge II. GROCERIES TOOK TUMBLE and married persons living with husband on the local authorities, the same as district. seized for sale was destroyedwas
has ....d the Apalachi- other criminal statutes are enforced. 171; while the property
Johnson
W. BRIDGE IS REPAIREDThe or' wife whose net income wan and
BUT
Joiner Declares Tanlac Relieved valued at $1,524,515. Taxes
role Times over on to hil'80n Her- les.. than $2,000 are exempt from the This office, however, will do what it internal
I
'''J ert'a shoulders, and Joe Earman, the !requirement to file a. Income tax re* Hi. After 15 Years of Suf'erIng can to'nee that the law is carried out penalties assessed by the '
bridge on highway'leading'to for the year aggregated
impartially. dpeartment
CIf the West Palm Bench Post, threw 1 turn. c revenue *
a stick of editorial dynaMite at poor, the cemetery a short distance be- The obligation to consider his own $4,501,233.PERTAINING<< -
off GYPSIES
the mill of Mach Brothers, MANY "FRAG
:1 old hidelesg Catts and blew up andburst yond case and to file an income tax returnon CHURCHES
the whole damn Catts, worksjust which a loaded automobile last weekdropped time, if one Is-duet Is,laid square- "It's a fact that two' bottles of PASSED THROUGH KISSIMMEE ,
a load of groceries into the Tanlac have done file more good than .
:
( as he was gracefully retiring Ily on the shoulders of resident ------
; from his sanctum. No wonder Thorn ditch ten feet below, has been repaired 'I of the United States. Guesswork every inbarred. all the other medicines I have taken Six or eight autoloads of gypsies .. Christian Church
and is now entirely safe for in fifteen years," said A. B. Joyner, reached each
Kissimmee
came over on The Kissimmee ValleyI : The returns are sworn statements on Friday-
Gazette and Dock McPherson decided traveL I ,and accuracy is essential. Salaried a well-known farmer of Walnut ,car packed with human freight and Rev W. H. Coleman, Pastor.
I I Cave N. C.;. R. R IX No. 4.
the West Palm Beach Tropical persons and wage earners must plunder; ana the scents arising from school.
\ Sun was a safe place. They had a Of the 1520 students who left Yale ascertain the actual compensation'received. "Up to the time I began taking .each of the gas-gadabouts, minglingwith 10:00: a. m.-SU'I1day m.-Sermon. ,
." I hunch that Earman was going to letoff University to enter war "er\'lce,106R' BonuRe shares in the profitsof Tanlac I had not been able to eat a the odors from the unwashed 11:00: a. ".
,; I a charge of TNT--and he done it. returned and resumed their college a business! values of quarters and square "meal in fifteen years without gave rise at' first to ..rumor that many A 7:30: welcome p. m.-Sermon.for everybody especially -
!!!'L-well. After things settle down rourses. I board furnished by an employer, and I( suffering afterwards. After eating I {dead things were on the outskirts of strangers. tf
would have awful stuffed
an -up,
other items of compensation for services i,the city and the baleful buzzardI
it must be included. I bloated feeling, and at times mv I were out on a strike.' No reports of Presbyterian Church -4
breath seemed to be almost cut off.
I Returns must"1ffiow both gross aminet thefts, holdups short-changing or
f incomes. Gross incomes include Sometimes I had severe pains in the vamping have been reported becauseof Rev. W. H. Dresch, Pastor
practically every dollar received by pit of my stomach that would nearly : the advent of this gang-which
'.I'' the taxpayer during the year 1920. I double me up and I was so restless ,was headed southward probably 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school.
Busy Americans The net income is determined by I could never get a night's sound I with a view ,to reaching Tampa be- 11:00: a. m.-Worship. Subject:
subtracting from gross income certain sleep." Ifore' the onenmg of the great fair "The Race Before, us."
deductions specified by the rev- I I just tried nearly everything but and exposition. 6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. -
;. Are Breakfast Rushers ''enue law, and fully explained in in- kept" going from bad to worse until I ------ 7:30: m.-WorK hip. Subject:
i my farm work got to be an awful Folly "
I Ixtructions on forms 1040-A for filing. ,FIVE STATES DESTROY "The ] of Revenge.
:drag to me. I finally got to reading
'retuins. 7:30: m.-Monday evening-Ad-
MANY STILLS IN 1920A : p.
J 1. : Business are the princi- about Tanlac, and decided to try it. dress by Colonel' Dan Morgan Smith.
expenses
hey need food that tastes : "What two bottles of this medicine the
and
I pal allowable deductions in comput- ,have done for me Is nothing less than total of 9,401 illicit stills were Subject: "The World's War r
; oodis eaten easily without mir! net income. The law specifically! wonderful. My appetite is splendid captured and 5.32K arrests were Fields of France."
the deduction of householdand 7:30: m.-Welfnesday. Prayer
prohibits made during the 1020 in the : p.
already and I never feel a touch of year
impairing di$!estionandthat living expenses. Typical; deductible indigextion.; I sleep like a log every southern prohibition district, which service
business are for salaries : .Friday. Choir prac-
7:30
expenses of Virginia : p. m
composes) Jhe.tates
night and am feeling just fine.
tunes up bOdY and brain for labor, cost of merchandise, raw Tan lac is gold In Kissimmee by J. North Carolina. South Carolina tice.
work. materials and supplies, rent, repairs 7., Robertson and Central Store Kentucky and Tennessee, acrnidmirto
I
Drug :
a driving days light power, delivery selling (cost i and in St. Cloud by the St. Cloud figures made public bv S. RBrame St. Johns (Episcopal) Church

advertising and insurance. Doctors, 1 Pharmacy.The I supervising agent of the dis-, Rev L. K. Kirkby, Rector
lawyers and like professional men I ''triot. Of the arrests Kentucky had -
Nuts deduct from their gross income dues ;[ Church school
Grape = 1,182. 10:00: a. m.-
I paid to professional I societies and law requires cart. to be equipped I i Prosecutions, the report ..nld. ....- I 11:00: a. m.-Divine worship, with a
subscriptions to professional journals "with adequate brakes in good I!suited in fines ggiegaling $288,585! 'sermon by the pastor.
I rent paid for offices, amounts working older," and an "adequate! and imprisonments.. totaling 2,378: Ash Wednesday: 10:00: a. m.-DI-
This food contains in easily di- paid for light, fuel water, and telephone horn or other device for signaling" I,months vine worship. '
I use in such offices and the It also requires at leapt two lighted Carrier of illicit whiskey confisciited Visitors are pleasantly welcomed 1
gestible form the concentrated wages paid to office assistants. lamps on front and one on rear and 1 included tCI1: <>! automobiles, at all services.,
This as last, the tax may be front lights provided with dimmers. I. horsesand _
nutriment of selected what year eight boats lili( vehicle, !03:! - --- -v
,paidn full at the time of filing the or other device to protect approaching mules and! one house In the center of a new ash trayis
and malted barley return, on or before :March 1C, 1921. drivers from glare of head lights. I' In addition, 27.812 gallons of liquor a reel of paper coated with material -
I or in four installments the first of I No number plates except those :3,779 bushels of meal 27.130: for striking safety matches. ,
which l is due on or before March 15.I
I Its flavor tempts the most sluggish the second on or before June 15, the
third on or before September 15, and, L JIr"s..r1E/s"y{ .
morninj; appetite, and it the fourth on or before December) 15.:
affords excellent nourishment The return must be f filed with th.1
internal for the'
collector of revenue
district in which the taxpayer lives .
Grape=Nuts Heavy penalties are provided for ALABASTINE
'.failure or wilful refusal to make a

Needs No Sweetening 'I[ return and pay. tax_when due. ,

If your; head: is dizzy on stoopingor "The Most Beautiful Wall Tint"A
Theses Reason" rising suddenly. and everythingturns \ '
a black before your eyes, you
have torpid liver. Take Herbine.'
a
r Made 1 by' Postum Cereal CoIncBattle Creek Nick It is a powerful liver regulator. :, beautiful, durable and economical) material for use on all inter
Price, COc, Sold by Robernon's Pharmacy. -
** : ior wall surfaces. Alabastinc is artistic and sanitary ; its rich,

I I The -Three Salcrt soft velvety tints will set off your pictures and furnishings to the 1 \

_ __ n __ I Three women went sale-ing; on the
street best possible advantage.

maonmmnmmattmufatamuma.rmltmmnwn1'RAIsy I Out on the street as the Run rose.

PE-RU-NAf Each high thought; of the bargain that she SOLD IN KISSIMMEE BY I

wo-iKI have host I
I And.ndt'r..d what marvels her
FOR CATARRH OF THE HEAD AND NOSE I money would buy. I W. B. Makinson Co.

0, EJ I For men spend must work, and vomenmust

I began using NO using five boxes be- Though money is scarce, and no -

h, PE-JtU-NA. Tablete mUIII lIeve Lam cured as a one w:II lend I "The Hardware near the Depot"
three years ago for Of there baa been DO 5 And the Bargain Sales be raging.

catarrh of 0 the bead TIE return of the dlaI. ....
bedroom
5 sit in their
wives
w . o.: and Doee. W. Uo. DISUSE .ease ID two ,eare." .. The dim. up *if 4fru *if + 4fifi +-w* 'ij,"' ,

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IInI. ..II, 1 laW a decided TWO fulned Is 4hh best ap sun went down.
Iskrg4 Improvement after TEAlS guarantee of Peru5 1,They looked at fat parcels and pure .
Isar'. one box and after na merit I spa so slim;
I And hanpily planned their next
I Tablets er Llqmld Meld Everywkerealmmuuromnnlnnmmunmmnunnmm H journey to town. .
a I For men must work, and women i iI
ummnmm iiiiiiiiiin: must spend, I

_ A I Though will ruin end be !sudden and credit SEEDS .

1 BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES order ;your fertilizer without 1 And the Bargain Sales be raging.
you will make a mistake if you
i B Retting oar NEW PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATERIALS ,Three husbands will gaze on the '
a PROMPT SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers Insecticides! silks and 'lace.
Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. \ In the morning gray, when all
4 E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. hope has flown; : UNITED SEED STORES
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I But the women are sleeping;
I dreaming in peace
d Of the land where the sale-bills Haiaes City, Polk County Florida i

are never torn down. (Tie Gateway to the Scenic Highlands)
I For men must work, and women

r Kill That Cold; With I And must the sooner spend,'tis over, the sooner -
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+\Ll: their raging. ,

I STATE COMPTROLLER SAYS ,
I 1920 Northern Crop Just Received


CASCARA QUININE I I The ADHERE Motor Vehicle TO THESE Law RULES says: c:;;. :rd.e1- Field Flower::: : t"

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FOR AND erate or drive a motor vehicle who Samples and Prices on Request
t C.N., co.las OM'\O La Grippe is under fourteen yeares of age, unless
such l is accompanied by
: t Neglected Colds are Dangerous I a duly licensed person chauffeur, or by the Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just ArrivedPratt's I II Ii I
owner of the motor vehicle being op i
Take BO cbaDcK..p thia atandard for the firat ,
rconady handy sna n. erated. J
LeGear's Stock Remedies and Tonics
Dr.
Tonics
Remedies and
Stock
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours-RalUvM The l law prohibits driving on pub.
Grippe in 1 day*-Exccllmt for Headache lie highways at a greater speed than Pratfs Poultry Remedies Dr. LeGear's Poultry Remedies

7 Qolnin in this OpUu form in dom HUl'aALL not affect the bead-Caacara is b..t TonicLaaadNo twenty-five driving;miles and requires per hour one or to reckless slow- Poultry Supplies Insecticides Spray Materials Dips and Disinfectants Pyrex

down in passing other vehicles, road Snlco V B Armour's Fertilizers
crossings, bridges, sharp turns, etc.
DRUGGISTS
SELL IT
: Penalties of $100 fine or six monthsin
jail for conviction of violating the I

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I THE WATCHER .1']
More Childless Homes In Florida ,


i For several months pant The Children's Home Society of Florida On a recent mid-week evening, "
Facts You Should Know which is doing; a state-wide and undenominational work for the orphan with no unusual attractions in town, ':
and homeless children of the entire ''state providing: for OVER TWELVE there were sixty-two motor vehicles t
HUNPKKD Ru children EACH YEAR, has found it exceedingly diffi- parked on Broadway between Stew- .
dren (rom SIX to FIFTEEN years of age As a result its Receiving art avenue and the Graystone corner. 1
cult to find good family homes for its homeless children, especially chil- Some sign of prosperity that.
In order to properly appreciate the vast possibilities of Homo in Jacksonville ix crowded 16 its utmost capacity, children sleeping People are wondering;; who will be I

two on, a little cot in many Cal The question therefore arises: Are there no more childless homes in Harding. It really doesn't matter ;
Florida Are there no families who have one child who want another to I much, but when the appointmentsare
be a little! brother or sister? Are there no more generous hearted peoplein '| announced it will furnish the
the state. who will perform the greatest service that -can be performed I with :
newspapers an excuse to pub-
AH INDIALAINTICBYTHESEA on earth.-that of giving{ a good; home to one or more homeless children .wlish smudgy cuts of about ten home- ,
There is no difficulty in finding plenty of homes for wee babies and ly men. .'
children up to five years of age but above that age it seems hard to find .
folks who will take children and give. them a square deal. We' DO NOT A recent news item states that a 'j
place out children as SERVANTS or hired hands. We want our children certain judge in Iowa granted women ,j
: to be industrious, but they arc CHILDREN and cannot be expected to do jurors time powder their noses /JI
an ADULT'S WORK. All we want ill homes! of good moral character The idea of paying telegraph tolls r,
4 with sufficient income to give a child) comfortable care and at least a I I for such a piece of information as 'j
grammar school education. Surely there must still be some folks in )Florida -I[ that! It was their powder, and their ,
mho will give a child a fair chance, and |love and care and opportunity. ;,noses, and the judge was wise; it
1 Please think the matter over carefully and write our State Superintendent just wasn't anybody's else's business

.. .o..oooo ooooo..ooooo..o Marcus ('. l r'agg, 428 St. James Building, Jacksonville, and secure whatsomever; so there!
full particulars in regard; to the matter, and give; some child or childrena
1 permanent place in your home. You will never regret it. The season for grass fires is upon
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I us and the fire department ha
. already made several runs. With all i
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h 1 "L, .... '...'- I II' sorts of respect to the high and
1 The natural beauty of the East Coast t of Florida n werld renowned! fAt ,"> ,". W'h"" <.JI mighty ones in power we would

INDIALANTIC By-the-Sea. the very heart of the Florida East Coast, all t ,,, "f 414'1"' humbly, timidly, yea even tremblingly -
'. ..; suggest: th"t all dangerous
II the beauties of Nature -balmy breezes, health-giving sunshine, invigorating I I, .' ,.fGTIiS.iI"'" .9'.''ssw grass plats be burned over in the
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waters tropical vegetation in profu i i.n. Harmonize making rt "The Loca :t '" daytime under the direction of the
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I' rJJJir politer That would be a saving of
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lion Ideal. 4 , >
and be lot better than to
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P ,,, \ ; expense, a
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< ,'1i'i,i't.t: < listen to the hallelujah of the fire-
INDIALANTIC By-the-Sea is situated on the higbest point of the trope t .I _' .. '". engine as it snorts by at all hoara x

fcL \erdure-clad peninsular and skirts the efltire east coast of Florida. It i 4' S; S. < S < ,' };;. of the day and night. 4

is halfway between St. Augustine and Daytona on the. north and Palm I Press reports say that the legislature

Beach and Miami on the south across the Indian River from Melbourne.To f I :1.A1fanF l law punishing of Michigan landlords is about who lo; pass refuse a x

the west of INDIALANTIC By-the-Sea stretches the beautiful Indian : : to rent residences to families containing -
;; children. Here's hoping that '
of f the Seminole Indians. .. /
River, tbe ancient fishing grounds ; it will pass with a whoop I Any sl

I ,...., cross-grained old wart-hog who
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\a.. For years this spot, now knewn as INDIALANTIC By-the-Sea, remained *' f"me would bar out children from* home

in its primitive state, until northern enterprise and northern initiative reali/- deserves to be chucked into a little<<
seven-by-nine cell, lonely and dark,
I ed its wonderful possibilities. It is ever the part of roan to add the modern 555' 55c until he would beg; to be taken out f fto

conveniences to the beauties of Nature before these advantages of Nature pS where he can hear the,Slaughterof -
ivv a little child once, more..:
are utilized. Beauty, alone, is impracticable, but Beauty plus) Utility makes d ? :t6 ,
fast being turned into the Ideal re., ; if! eytZ President Wilson was ,offered a'
Ideal. This wonder of Nature
the spot is hundred and fifty thousand 1 dollars If*

adding i-iby he would, write an article for a certain -,
: 1 S magazine.: He declined on the-
city' honiest- tHere k$ 6'.h aA : ,Y.ip that no write an-, -
she'
article
that would worth that
amount. However it Is now under-
of this l stood that he will begin to write -
a history of the Peace Conference as st
Stream play i- soon as he retires to private life. .'
gentle The book will be a "best seller" for ,
ing a w/ y surely no one' is better qualified to I /,;
the sun c o, 1 ; zeA y write such a history. Apropos of .
waters of I this may be stated that Robert.Lan-
: ', sing, his former secretary }of .state h '
to match t has already written a book* from a n.-

Itb king of fish. 1t4 1i t view-point different from the pres
neighbors.'r ident's, and this volume will be released .' '
upon winch to the public on March ,fifth
of surf day after Mr. Wilson become a l'the
? c 4 ks, l es private citizen again. The 'clashingof
I ideas in the two volume. will call ito J&
ha4 a mind the letters that passed between 1
bosom of 4 r a $ these two gentlemen some 1.of&:.
that months ago; that of. Mr. Wilson be
species .. -: ginning: "My, Dear Mr. ,Secretary,'* I ;
blasts and I and that of Mr. Lansing; "My Dear :'
Mr. President. It will be remembered "j> ,
The I i I The above is a picture of just a small part of the bl'g famil'of that..'whert Mr. Lansing .receiv ..
he will find I, HOMELESS CHILDREN at the Receiving Home of The Children's Homo ed the reply ''to his letter he suddenly -
Society of Florida at Jacksonville.: No finer, sweeter, brighter- more found himself outside of the. ',ih 1
It is to I lovable children can be found anywhere on earth. Try one of two and. cabinet walking around in a dazed ''Ir

:' of our I see for yourself. _ . . ________.._________J_____::______________ condition and he isn't over being ". .,'
one dizzy yet. Robert and Woodrow '., ;
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SMATTERS; PERTAINING TO ("II V or Ht. Cloud, 'water__.___ '.88 have been "out" with each other for .
Hunk i.f Oxreulu Co'unlyuu_ III ZDo kids at school I
,some months,4lke two ,
-, COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD S Thranhi __ 28.t/l
:rOtOOOoooooooo Walter llrotiHun.- wood- nuu___ .n' 250H. !and 'in the forthcoming-"volumes each
5. II. Mo. 1 Fend. !will try to square himself with the
OOOOOOOOOOO."OOOOOOOO OO'oo Financial ntgtefnrnt fur the month C e A HallfMJ, /.s-I 141 public."Men. ,
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ending !U..mbt'r 31, 1920: Thomas Homer. palnllnfc roof1400 '
Bd.are'FrerwFa.d 1 \\mii.ni l-hlpim liaOlliiK' y<5od, 8.50 are only boys grown tall,
Least HeportIrneral II C Hartley, labor and supplies 6?.II Hearts don't change much after. .
( schoy1, overdraft -- --s 7s gR 1v H Maklniun Co. Bupplfe*__ 1.00iII all.j .- .
H H. P. No. 1-----------------_ _:_ ,: C Hartley uppllen _. __ ._ 14_00H. ________________
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YOURS IN R. n. No 2 .
HASTE U' u N. I) No. Feed
____ 523.45 It's lot easier for child to inherit -
R. H. II No 3. .I'hllllpn Hrc>... delivering ballot a a ,
H R. P.'No. 5-------------- 5U.13 I box .: ___. - ----I 10.10MM red hair than brains \
H H. I) No. 6------------ 2017n..p. : CitrilH N Kdrts. teacher._. 1000'For _: .

$11,532.46.. IU.Iurm..t.''.213 95 63.234 Balance: 35 ChildrenToo f'
the
A'SAFETEST.
347 51 1007/\/ 553 HI2M
INDIALANTIC SALES COMPANY U 312 4P5711I 95 mUfh care cannot be exercisedin -, -' ::: :
14105 16H75
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05 1500 filN selecting a cough medicine for
'b 1 66 22113 children. It should be pleasant to For those who are in need of as
Warrants were examined and callcelled take, contain no harmless drug and remedy for. kidney troubles and : i

Sales Managers: Kissimmee Salesmen : R. P. WHITE I ,(neral an school follow und p .-. .$7.'iRft ***< most effectual in curing their coughs backache, it is! a good plan to 'try .' "
L E. GREENWOOD 'M H II. No 1 fund :- _ 11)075; and colds Long experience has D an's (Kidney Pills. They are strongly iy
VERNON D. HAVENS H I-I.II.No.3fund l 111 71/ shown that Chamberlain's Cough recommended by Kissimmee peo-. I '
E. G. PETTIBONE H.H-D.Nu l 6 fund .,_ 16 Oil
meets these It
Remedy conditions
HENRY O. HART Hills were approved and warriinlHiHBUCd I pie. Ask your neighbor ,
/ HH follow ill a favorite.with many. mothers. I J. B. Di lard, 212 Emmett street .
I ta:M-:"AIIl1! IKMM. ''rlNI> -- -- -- Kissimmee says: A few years ago ."
!aelarle. aDd wen ire wrmhera FORT MEADE SUFFERS .
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I was laid up wfrfc rheumatic pains
WITH H. M. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY 'W C H,,,.n ._ .__.1 4 mi SEVERE FIRE, LOSS I and believe my trouble was brought .
W It U.ill. ._ 64" of I
r .u ;: on by the disordered condition my ,
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Telephone 230 I B Yod. .. .. 26 (MlZl ,,, Fire starting in the Cohen department kidneys. I was in as bad share as S ..
,Oaceola MiirdwiinCo.( .. mippllfs 1 7"> store at Fort Meade on Tues- anyone could be. I had taken most J.
,W Union Tfl <'i>. dock rent, rte 3 65 every kind of medicine' but got' no 'jl
day that
totally destroyed place, as
K AV II r+rew C. "1.,1'-- 6H '
oJ,;.. '''J M Cooper rpatr--------- 5555 r '' well a. three other establishments' relief until I took. Doan's KidneyPills. '
rent3.61) I noticed their good effect '/ '
lOfHcfl phone and the Southern hotel Appeals for
1. ..f .Y Hobt I<<'(del Co I u in hi' .OO I right away. Continued use drove
-- ''C haullliK ) assistance in fighting, the flames t
.. C McCocHey' to '
--- \ --I the trouble away and I am glad >
answered the of 1M
KlnBlmme< Wagon t'o I I were by department 4e
The Harvard Committee fin Eco- Periodic' Bilious Attack hnll rlnKS nrho.tl. I __ 7S61K Lakeland. The estimated l lose was give this endorsement. (Statement ((1]
TISMa nomic Research says, "We find no I P Tlmmoiin Ford cur for .....1._ 92 75000. given May 28, 1914.) .:Yf
RUB MY reason to change the forecast of Oc- Persons subject to periodic bilious ;jC E Yowelt Willis express wood V" _book_ _ 12 1.34henry OOX ADDED PRAISE.- '
tober 15 that we 'have passed, the attacks.will observe that their appetite O B H .COCH.' .auppllen uu-_-'-' .in Losses by fire in the Jnited, States Oo March Z7.;>:-1918. .Mf. Dillard' -' '"
when fails them lust before an attack. T P wppllea--L ._ 6 mi have been calculated to- said: "I still hold m- potaion, ( i
A ti eptie and Pain time in the business cycle a rJ;;. in'jfo;: : = 80:OOSO equal an expenditure high .
'a powerful financial panic would have occurred, That is, they do not really crave MlM MlM I Mvrtlc Moi-Kun. 1da>'._ .no : of _$416 ainlnute., of Doan's Kidney PUls. gave :
infected cuts old sores i if we were to have one.' food but eat because it is meal time. Mr. A R UennlK. 13 da.u 48.76 me excellent' relief from'kidney,.corn.ry ;
km er, cures If they will eat only a light meal Mm Carrie N KdrU. 6 day*- 76,OO Most of the shipping of the port plaint and must-say-nothing,..e.v r I
Relieves Sprains, Neuralgia Now that women have. the voteit and no meat, then take two of Cham R F Hadley, 20 days --__-_. 75.06Tbeodoala : of London has been loaded and discharged did me so much'good"
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Utter, etc. 1 is no longer proper to say that berlain' Tablets the attack. may be Pear Johnson McKlnnev., to days--------20 days. 00.on at Tilbury, 26 miles down ilk at all dealers.. Foster-Milbnrn {"

Rheumatism. i politics make strange bedfellows. aveided. L, R MItchell 20 day-- _- 60.00 tnc Thames Co.. Mfrs., ''Buffalo N. Y. ..........,' 4rt
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Is not a domineering sovereign with all the beauty which they have long yearnedfor penditure of ,funds. You may help out on the YOU WILL GAIN WEALTH
WEALTH distributing his fortune and ,may now have Is their own. funds. I''

t. favor prompt The pallid fll..e'of 'a street urchin; the silent sorrow The wealth which you have acquired and are enjoying If you have rood-will] toward your fellow men, good ,

Wealth Is no't II- mocker taunting the poor withy of the blind; the eager youth crippled by Hun will .benefit the nation. In times of stress luck will dome to you. of

tho beauty and the luxury of' his possession. bullets; the tragedy of tho unloved old; the pathetic you will ever be ready to give it the desired as If y6u desire money not for the joys personalros..e
do. .
Wealth is not a grasping usurer snatching his{ struggle of the incompetent; all of these awaken . sistance. It was the American financier who won sion. but for the Rood that you can brother to

goods from the outstretched hand of the yearncr. a yearning to ease the pain to allay the wor- the world-war no less than the doughboy .If red- can live in luxury- yet remain .a-J.

from rjed, to help. blooded Americans had not wrestled with this new your poorer friend. .
t Wealth is not a hateful cynic tempting youth I
love it too.
land from her rich mineral and If can conquer work yet ,
wrung resources you
the" of righteousness. Then there are those one loves best tho wife who
paths appreciate the'oml'lId'ship ,4
tilled her ) If though independent, can
has always been a partner in trouble and soil realizing dollars on all vast natural you
brow-beating money-
Wealth is not cruel
a .taskmaster of
what would man.
richest the Liberty Loans have accomplished ( _
nl slaves as they fall panting on the path of progress worries, whom you have seen watch luxurious cars Y If you can give to others, and count the.pleasuresin
by whose face has brightened at sight of dress
pleading for a moment's respite go in the cost of the jyift.If .
It wan! the dollars we converted into guns and ammunition th.l'i'injC, not
t Wealth is not a mystic pectre! guiding the old to or impossible gem non there to< sadly ale I the smile children} when possession to whom wa one into food and clothing; it was the knowledge you count your train, not by the dollars It has

': t J& halls\ of poverty there to echo the death-rattle in would "give; their youthful desire and for that "we were with them" that spurred'' our won for you but by the benefits you may share
their scra'wncy throats with scornful laughter prepare doughboy the soldier the world has with country.If .
r, life; but most: 1 of all is mother the mother who has greatest ever, your .
{ Wealth] is a magnetic.' lender, urging! all to achievement nil rsml you through mumps and measles stood by known, to conquor the most despicable nation and you can satisfy all your desires and yet be II

by premises of rich reward. IOU m '('I'ap"lnd sacrificed and worried and the most barbarous race that ever saw light. Every master of your soul I

Wealth Is a divine! inspiration awakening> (.cin- ]loved and the father who has, toiled to have his narrow, struggling line that pressed out over NollIn' If you ,'an'J'o l'r and not patronize.If .

: tion of the beauties of the world and I the joy of earnings taken up by YOU, for your needs and desires :;\ with,. Lund American through shrapnel arid gas "was cemented you: can lose it nil und miiile with hope to gain .
wealth.
I li\ing. To them wealth ,permits you to give the again.
Such are the profits of wealth. Sometimes in the silent stretcher of the night,
Wealth is the judge whose values spur desire things they want most; to lavish on them all theirhei.its'
) ::1. sage ... thoughts of work und wealth come to me-Do> they
-f Ito acquirement and bless longing with attainment desires.Suih HOW TO SECURE WEALTHYou come to you ? .

:f: Wealth is the material teMer arousing youth to the are the pleasures] of Wealth. I am jotting down !some of these ni htid'aR of

appreciation of justice and the practice of nobility.! may secure wealth. You may enjoy all hapleasures mine. (Vrhnpt they ('oill..i"eith your Perhaps ,
X ceaselessly THE PROFITS OF WEALTHThe you may lawfully accept its profits and ( the seed fiom which
= Wealth is the kind mentor (" (encouraging you Hill find in them) same
j I''' you may dispense pleasures' and profits to }'OUI'1r1'11'I'ation seed which have developed -
\( t. the highest( development of mental and character wealth: which you acquire is profitable not and to posterity.; your'thoujrhts have careful come,nourishing into you their full vHoner. ..

possibilities through endeavor. only to yourself, but to others to the world and Imagination! must be developed. You must be able through reaping theirharvest.
I j Wealth is the Comrade of Opportunity the Sister to I the race. visualize possibilities. You must be able to Perhaps you II".n now

l e of Success and the Mother of Happiness... The )presence of gold 1. of silver of coal of oil and )plan to< think. Foresight must be carefully fostered It isn't. tlmt I believe these nirht-thouKl( < of mine

h : THE PLEASURE OF WEALTH; the other mineral resources does no one good when f hate any intr'in..i'lIlur.. But I they are the I thoughtsof
1 f 41 they remain in I the earth. Th"irl'ood is' realized! Judgment must ever be attended upon imagination.Yoki a man. Because linn had the power of thought .

} The pleasures of wealth are many. Some delight when they areVcirculated\ ] among- m'n and nations. must weigh possibilities, without prejudiceMeet the race has progressed: Because/ man possessedthe

i \ the body Home enrich the mind and some bless the. Suppose no more oil was taken from the earth, ) men\ on their common ground and infuse\ into ability of action, w. may know contentment.And .
what would happen ? your judll'mentconfidence, trust and justiceKneigv .
soul. f these thoughts before
I so I : on paper 4TOOETIIER.
.. am putting p
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I ); must always be kept screwed to the sticking
$tnrvationynuld stalk] abroad. It would enter the and comrades after
The first pleasure of wealth is satisfaction you because you I are just
I Then )) not fad.
place you'll Procrastination
ofaccomplishment homes, about factory and manufacturer" all would, not recognize each other
I t To one of courage and action I the mere triumph every the arch" thief of wealth will flee. Perhaps wr
1 enters the mind like the J
f sudden fragrance! of a flower. Only those who have impossible (
conquered doubt competition, exercised .energy and ilisation would pause. Man would be reduced to requisite to fortune building Wiflhout courageno a child hurl or u unman dying for help if we saw ..

j; completed achievement know the ecstatic pleasreof ] his status in the prehistoric ages, totally subjectto great feat was ever accomplishejd. no great discovery ( an oil well! come (in on our lund we would ACT
an aim attained. chance and 1 the elements., was ever made. America would still be- unknown .

1 I'1 The victories of Pershinjr the music of Beethoven When you give your dollar to free these mineral were it not for courage On this. pugs there, IH an adveitisement of an investment .

"+ the plays of Shakespeare the inventions of Edison resources you are helping] the race, you are advancing Constructiveness is the only method to gain wealth or-portumtv. I wish that wi- might act '

; td those favorites of the Gods the greatest prOI'Tl'RII. you are being a brother to men. today. There was a time when industry. was the together TIJ this matter 1 I believe that we would I

gave when alone and silent far from the Here he your profits and theirs. key to fortune. That day is past. The path of Hiicired I considei( it a square deal business proposition -
pleasures
noisy chamber of public accord came the realization The possession of wealth assures your financial in- industry are clogged with workers today But the with n minimum of hazard and, promise,( of

."II; I 1 of a purpose achieved. dependence. This is invaluable to the business manor demand 1 for the products of earth h is increasingconstantly. big /gains.I .

woman and those who hllnot the talent or To make money you mustpet back to have made some money ill the oil business, but ..
i : And so it I is with the man or woman who murmurs earth.:
wealth." trainllto make al'ood livelihood. It insures while I wus making it 1 tried to help others tow
"I 1 have
: lowly : them'the respect and consideration of their associates Invention makes money but few have the abthty.Genus their ships into port. I mav not he considered an

The next pleasure of wealth is the Possession of It aids them to bring through deals and, (; in lilt makes money but this is guen onlyto up-to-date financier but I don't believe that all'sfair

J t Beauty. accomplishment of results which otherwise would a few and the path is hard and long Coal copper in business as they say it is in love and war.

., Every one has an ideal. It may be a beautiful be impossible.To silver, gold] and all mineral resources of earth Success! .s only achieved' when both you (nd the .

home, pictures music, animals, or the desire to the city in which you live your wealth is a factor have been bought up. Fortune builders of the other fellow are satisfied I believe.If .

create beauty. To secure these wealth is neces in its. development. You can help it to meet past generation have a monopoly on these products after reading this advertisement below you think

sary. And when wealth comes, all the long desired the problems which visit every community.In There is one of earth's. products left-OIL. \ou and I can work together and [be successful,

articles and aims may be purchased.Then famine fire'catastrophe, deluge pestilence] you Jet into the OIL INDUSTRY. It is the newest let me hear from you.

'; is one's soul and mind filled with the joy of can aid materially in relieving] the suffering. The most profitable game known. There is a chancefor Yours "for New Prosperity,

i possessing.. Of surrounding himself or herself social I problems are largely solved through an exTh. YOU. S ( Signed) PORTER OAKES.
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We offer you an investment i. the Dispatch Petroleum Company small capitalized well managed, big dividend paying organization, with its dividend guarantee backed by two producing I


oil wells Well No. 3 ready to complete, in the) proven Northwest Burk-Waggoner Field-Well No. 4, drilling about 500 ft., U the Breckearidge, Texas, Wonder Field's Gusher district.I' .



Dividend Paying Investment With Ker'e's Your Chance-A Few Dollars r
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l I I. Big Possibilities For Quick) Profits Our Dividend Record ,, -II' May Malt Yo. a. Fortune-Act Now f ''I)

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5, Read thin business. message, to you. Th Dispatch Petroleum Company On. Oct. 9th, 1920, a 10% Cash Dividend Was Paid ,, The Bass Petroleum Company ts reported I recently to have paid

Is a $200.000 Texas organization. The president ,amid) >"n; aCe** '
On Nor. 20th 1920 5' Cash Dividend Was Paid $1.60.000 for ,
a a single l well In th. R'j o'lIl'Id/ol": H. Id A tool! drni-
of the company l Is Porter takes( well known nn n sure. hriiii' ) 'yrela-|
On Dec. 22nd 1920 Cash Dividend Was Paid 5. ra $3(." inti'r. ..t In the (C.onzoles well
1 tor and closely. Identltii-.l with oil, liankni.n/ and Inislm-SH nt.i.Hta, a 5'c, there was eoimlrltnd woith

,, p .. In the Southwest This la aufflclcnt guarantee of Its ft u.ft.ess The In Feb. 1921, Dispatch Will Declare Its Next Dividend {20,000, Had you infested $300 In 1 r"uwler Fall" II would bin ..

name of cakes has long been connnctfd with the oil industry In brounhtou $45.,1.,< Last \ ear the same amount 'in Iurk-\l..n.:

n Texas Oklahoma and oulslann.. lIe l 1Be. named (or the Dispatch .- Iilspntch management has well is> completedour er would have returned 1 you IH.dft'i! l-rnHt from
; ) Company an advlsgi board mad.up of H coterie of men "N* IdolvrecognlBtd drmonslrared' Its ahillt toinftkemonty \ pidlU-iunklnK' program laKuliiK etperience0spntli ( ( -
i 'r / ; an successful oil men and linnk.'is.. Including II. M. WaKaonf for eta ShHrfholoVrS |ijiaUriK \' i II;)hI Hhead The Dispatch offers you p..sltl\eli tin same chance today In addition .to
THUMB' LAIKIK No 4 Well In the BrckfnrldKt -
i i >r, pioneer of Hurk-WaKKoniT field and others. equally w"I1'known. -MONTHLY HIVIDKNDH Twenty Meld Is being rushed to our producing .. ..11.. amid-extrrnely valuable lenses Kurt h,.rinore.

,, Operations and management In everydepa..lm'nt\ of the percent In dividends have the fortune yielding oil pool In you get In a 1.\JL ('A PITAMZKI() Company with 1ft-
I been paid( In the past ninety this wonderful field It shouldbe square and capable -
company !I. In the hands of the best available talent. The organi
(Jays, .and the nqjxt one IB to bn a KUHher Our future Inbr.Rht management and some of the .limit oil men In Texas on the
: sation has one hag purpose--to make money for Its shareholder declared next month The combination This company \began' lye
advisory board
K'l3, In any and every legitimate phase of the nil business. of I'KUVKN properties op..rall".R. with thi- determination -
The Dispatch Petroleum ComlanhaR already paid large dividends reliable rnHiiaKement..SMALL. to make real money by f
i'AI'ITAKlZATION. and producing oil, developing! properties This wonderful chon-Ihl. .
and expects to continue to pay them The capitalization Is small hard work, has shown results. . arid d,-aling in oil and unpa'.lIo1. opp011unltyu' I la before
I i The company now has production. Oil Is going Into the pipe-llneslife. with our present productionand gas Il'ascs. and, oil re ally. Our you loday-rl..ht nowMi>' wall until too luteWhile you wait
able to show substantial carn- dividend program In the heat
No. S, In Block US. N. W. Hurk-Waicfioner field.Is; ready to complete. hips for our Hhiireholdem bulge evidence < f IHnpntrh BU('OK8M

'k' -, It Is expected to substantially Increase the dividend fund. The No. for yournelf what our dividends T H B I>iai' >ATCII RECORIJHPEAKtf Hemtatlon. unw lllh.Kiu ss to nroept tills ni. .
r my mean the dlf.ferenee
d..III1'nl will be when our HreckenrldgeOH KUU ITBKLF -
4 well In the Hreckenrldne field Is {.
bdween poverty and wealth fur
The Dispatch also has a proven shallow lease of 130 acres In theHrownwood youS'ecxprcl this storkto
field owned and operated In connection with the Mc- Boon br. .so \alunj>le that a $100 tnlerent will so"n be worth the

r Adoo interests with wells now putting oil in the lUpe-lines. and price, of a Hue motor car or a comfortnble. buiiKalowI

i forty more wells on the drilling program now under way. Going After Breckenridge Gusher "

y1 f In addition to these holdings the company holds valuable leases In not remain shackled to that fatal Indecision. that has had vou ..

the emp-MunfferAHen field! In Young County where new gushers In its power .so lonir HHKAK UMtSR' I-'r"e > oui..elf < ilvr> :..,
yourself -
being reported almost daily In Archer County I
are umpasrjCounty a forty-Hire' lI.a.In the provenHi came In. Tin story of the Oonxalefficuaher I a fighting chance to strike It rich -hav.. ,
Wichita County, the Northwest Iturk-WaKRoner Held and SOUK thiiiK I.IKIn
which" oil aKitliiHt
In Reeite County near section where the wonder the eekenrldKe field. Stephens C'oun- splattered
a'.I ho..tr the windows of Chamber of '
i t world wna reported i a ( ago-wiiii several hundred .. ty. Texan, the lnputcti No. 4 willis (Jommeii'i. building Lbe in flecki'n- the I'fspntch troleum' ('ompanvou. have spin surh
of oil flo< from well only ninety-six feet deep. The Dispatch a clinnceIiolabl -
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now drilling at about 600 fi-ct. has been widely lThe ,
ridge publish <
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holdings arVfe heckerboardcd in the proven and speculative fields opportunity to make\ a forutne-nnd I x.n
Swenson Ranch \\ ells, the heap
The 1'1111,1'I certain to gel a
of Tessa.YaQ '
t t* Ilr I"I'son gushers. farmer t..c A furtmir-consider, what
)!j; are offered this chance to buy a limited number of .shares In tremendous I that means Mou. v Is ,power.
with his nineoil
ar the Dispatch Petroleum Company at their par value 110 per share, Higghnbuthsm' M",.. y mnkis, rlr.'anis come true
dnhinn
in
i It sti OUK enough to take a big wells. rued his nine fair daughters of ,possesKloii, luxurlrspl.asure .
because the company wishes to cash In on a limited block of its .
'Ii treasury stock and Increase It. holdings and rush. operation In pint of their 'pa) in stock We all these and countleas. other happiness( Thiouith, labor m.>nrv romes i slow ,
I wells havestifled that nreckenildne .ij hIlI,1
eel certain that' it will IM a giant -
the Breckenrlduce" wonder-Held. You can share In these foituinpromlBtna --
with
I"odu,rr too, h.rausu the notedtoxana in the fortune-making rmrel mush difficulty Hut through oil:
; operations'ou can become a pro-rata partner Hi thla money moss CJl'ICKI.V ;
b Hall gusher about halttulle \ field( 1 of I the world todayV", .
.nl..rprl.you. can be a shareholder in all the Iilspatch/ \propertltnoil a and wlthsr \\', urge. you not to mln
w..IIB-the Itrowliwood McAdoo. nix holdings-etc.. If you Mouth of UM, Is. out of the are In the very midst of the field 1 our next i1lvld.-ml Thecoupon t
.. must I'oiiuiBtent piodurers in the How tan we miss. JURt" f<*wda.vs below Is ,
send In your check before the unsold slimes. a r.' I ,
the Y. M f A
"e I 11.ld-th"i FeiiMland producer Is ago SyndicateIn
this call for a limited fif additional capital to put
2 ; nmount the I3i'eckenrl lK'" field repotted I for all you can car r'y Hemember
rust laid HliKhlU north of -.n.1 < the morr-
4 Into KreclienrldKe. Our Imiiifdlnte n.-. d is your immediate tipportunlty u : you tnl I e the larger I
the I big! whichcftinc '-n-ri' +|<- ;D.1-l'Ahl I of 132 percent Just
Guaranty gusher .
If your subscription reaches us before the available shar 'B .your.. LIVIDKNI. will le la. the .-
subscribed. In December. :81 li! 20. and ia twelllHve"Nta.< s-uflef-theMWtH5l<>- roupoo, 'and nlM ,It TOIAYBO 'tau :
rtt'ritt are eroded a 3,0'-111'1' 1 gusher Ix tlon of their well They ran reasonably with u* "to Mreckt.j4i4u. >u-undDISPTCII I"olt'ru\ - -
( south and *.....t of UK. about. anon' expect 100 percent per t
Ils' ft>et. Thla will IH on the Sloan month fur many months to" roine 4.
f 1.R : REFERENCES: tract The IMapnteh No (- -ttsneighbor *.. That is the way fortnnen are madeIn a fI'4'StiryS4 if4''t'W...) .'o-: }Q4rd r
<)t'y<-I'.
-S'"Mo<'{:':+}g-sr..}, .. .. ,
In In Illoik 11. Rabsars.. the Ilicckenrldxe\ : field ;That 111 t :'{ .: S"S
t s'1' J: Any National Hnnk al Wichita 1 Falls. Texas; Manager Phninhtr HubdiiHlfin( ( Yeiimiiri Survey. Kloitti. 4 he wav we expect. to make thmMl
;;' of Commerre Kt "Worth TVxnn Texas 0,1 Ledger, FtVmt lh. trait In the new gusher ..llstiltt.mirth .. our present. efforts are belnvdirected PETROLEUM' COMPANY; {-
""*' f. Texas Oil Gazette Kt "'orth.'Ichlta oil Reporter Wli.hltn or11'.""kern trigs townslt.. to the drilling of the !111"-! ,
"it) \ Fall.: Breckenrirt Oil Reporter Texas: Wi( hit a 1verybndv, knows of tam StoK.rNo
:; '' Falls Record News, Wichita Falls ur..k..nrldlC'i house in Wichita ) : 2 will III the lre! <.kelu i :J\\,' : Falls 1 > ( which canned over a million .
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of till' company In lho (ulur. .


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.l Run-dcnm-Biood Richmond. 'Va.--'Wben ImpoerWedr I was a H I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ::1 ASHTABULA ENDORSE CITIZENS COMMISSION: Ii-1' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I'I ',11


girl I, became. all run4own.. 107 blood. FORM'OF GOVERNMENT ;
was Impoverished

FOR 8ALB! _Horses- and Wills. .Inquire . _. .n Circuit Court
and FOR SALE for the Sevan all '
of J. M. Miller. ltf.. A recent Issue of the Orlando Be t..nlh Judicial Circuit of the elate land parties Claiming an later_' In the
r my complexion interview or Florida In hereinafter described uoder John
contains
porter-Star an and for Oaeeola
became SUBURBAN County B. Hudson, deceased. or otberwtaeclaiming ,
PROPERTY FOR SALE-Two In Chancery. In
boy suit 4-year the
with a resident of Ashtabula Ohio matter o( the ,
allow. I also --J.- old alee, velvet. on. dark blu.. on. which petition of Ethel L. Farr to-baa free- heirs at law an of Interest therein; Th. .;
endorse the commission form Joseph R. Tantum. '
deceased
utteredfrom FIVra, .ACKKS IN PINEOAI.E-The dark irreen. Russian style, whiteuollar dealer. FINAL ECKKK.!: The -
I "Ideal place for a Huburban home. and cuffs, detachable. Nearly of government! saying: And now this day this cause coming of ; R devisees under the Will .
Tantum.
Indigestion This la ah excellent location on nes Apply 101 Main street, 4tt ,"We have. been under this l form of on and '0 b. heard upon the coming l" all Joseph Claiming an Interest deceased In and I he- '
and oonUpatton. corner facing the City on Roodgraded filing of the report of the Special land hereinafter '
last six described
government for the under Jos
Iw..extreme country road Just Outsidecity FOR 8Ai.HJ-One* Emerson 'Typtwrlter, year Master and the report of testimony eph R. '
limits where taxes are low. model three, visible, as good ... new. and it has given complete satisfaction. and upon the bearIng thereof and up' clalmlnar Tantum a-n deceased.Interest therein or otherwise
anal
Land cleared and fenced lias good! Apply Valley CJasette. ttMISCELLANEOUS. . The business of the city is conducted on the motion for Hnal decree.-and the ALL. PARTIES! fcr nersons claIming;

4. I Jr nerrouiand deep well ot pure soft artesian wat-. -a In a business manner. The Court being fUlly advised| In -'he' nterest In t!tlvtfollowlna described
--.------ a* mis- ert ffSO. favorable terms premises: land which I. the land described. In
erable ai F1V10 AChES fenced;, In cultivation manager gives his entire time to the The Court .hereby confirm the report the Dill of Complaint* '" w" case, to.wltc .

on.- could be when Dr. pierce'. Golden 'good water soft aa rain-water: I AM SELLING Osceola I"ertlll.th. ....-- city )ust the same as If he was and rJ the"ndlnita of the tlp"clalI..t.r: ; TheVeathalf Court
four-r om house] : nearly .. beat .that'. made F. H L.aw working for a private corporation."Just the being satisfied na to Southwest quarter t8Wor .the
1 .7:0treel
c. '" .
Medical capability .
Discovery wa reoom- bearing are; only son. S-4t .Ly and qualifica Northwest quarter CNWHT .f flection '
mended to me. I took about four bottle TWKNTY: ACRES fine land on brick before our last municipal of lion anil of Jith.l.: i... Farr to take charge Fourteen (14))> Township Twenty-five

and some of the 'Pleasant Pellet just one mile from city limits on SECOND "HAND OOO US, bought, sold election some of the old politicianswho manage her own estate and un South, llanire Twenty-nine nl)

*' with It. After taking these flnu brick highway: extra fine orange and repaired.. The Casino 44.tf were anxious to get back to the tH property vtilty! and respects to become a free-draler. KasC contalnlns twenty '!O) acre.
land: six In bearing : more or '
acres under 1'. R. Baley and
medicine I was In better health and grove; 16 acres extra good citrus old. form of mayor, so that they 1tls considered by the Court that Ms wife Ia-.. be married; Thomas R,

\ felt better than I had for several land, cum I,. made very valuable at WANTED. could get their fingers into the political a lI..n her_. to take charge of and man. Bailey and Sarah A. Bailey. his wife:
small expense: 6500. pie the age own estate and property and William Hudson and his wif... If
J'ear.-MRS. C. N. OLIVER 90S : presented a petition to heroine h. be
to
LAKH VIKW FARM about three ANTEO-To trade for a large' mulea a free-dealer W and It In married: Joseph II. Hudson
& N. 27th St. All dniKCUt ell Medical miles from Klsslmmeo on countrv good young: horse weighing about city council asking that the voters hereby granted to the applicant Ethel wife. If he. be married; OeorVe and his K.

Discovery, liquid or tablets. road; Joins the lake for 60 rods. 1000) pounds: Bound good nt l'sydiffa'renca might declare their preference as to I... Parr and that after a copy of this Hudson and his wife If he be mar.

.. Half this place In the artesian belt. for suitable ,mule. Tell the present form (city manager) or decree shall have been published In Pied: Albert J. Gardner and his: wife
me what have J. "'. Parsons, the manner and for thu time
you-
Three prvaerlb-
flowing wells, bonne barn, Hr.b* married: Charles B. Love anj
'bearing grove. rich alluvial soIl; Postofflce llox i2. Taft Florida go back to the old form of mayor -d: for dt notice of application' ** William M. Canby, aa Trustees of the

$l2fi
: In Florida. and an election held but the results take charge of and auntrol Jrt-r .. .. ; Charles R. Lore and William ...
'T'Tt.otoar{ .tr..I ; to
: FAItMIUtM.-Send today for a free contract and he contriTcled
HI
cllv limits: with. Camby. aa Trustees and aa Kxeeutora
4CORSON 17 acres In cultivation and fenced sample copy of the Florida Farmer showed an overwhelming! majority to sue and be. sued .(wlTto bind herself .- under the last. Will and Testament. of

PflRMER About lOll( orange tieis part In and $Htockman published ..t Jacksonville In favor of the continuance of in all respects af fully aa If she Joseph Iu Tantn.... deceased: Annie

bearing.: 8it ....0'.11 good orange land: Tells about livestock rats- the city manager form of govern- were unmarried I M. Tantum and her husband. If- she be
balance good farming and trucking Ing. dalr>'lng. poultry citrus fruit tb oim. and OrjeflVd In Chamber at married ; Percey I. Tantum and his
land Just the. place for grove and and trucking weekly, at $1.00 per ment. Orlando. F *.t'fiIa. on thin the Id dn.vof wife. If he. be married: Leon B. Tan
truck. farm so close to town; $5.2r, year; -three years. for $2.00. Onlyllvcatock "A comprehensive report covering FebpmrTT. A. II IU1. turn sod his .wife. If he be married;
".., %. easy terms and general. farming paperIn last year's operation of the city's affairs -s C t I. ANDRBW8. Ida W. Tantum and tier husband. italic

SELLS. ON IS IIITNI>RKI I) FORTY acres of lsnsluser the state. Write today. by the manager was read before ... *(**. _JudkeOTI4K $ he martfedand Viola O Tantum and
the lake, most all extra goodorange her husband. If she ha married. If
lo.nd of the "Hammock WANTKH AT ONCK-Small coheRent our Chamber of Commerce \ OK APPI.ICATIOM! FOR TAX ; any of the same be deceased, or otherwise *

variet> ; house. well stables.; outbuildings bungalow Fire Life Accident and ; 40 acreH fenced hog- bath must lie furnished ; must. beresss.nnallyprlcd. that. the airiount of described land: All of whose residences .
ft. tight: 21 aerosoung grove. Must Write tu "Hun- notwithstanding I j'I I and addresses are unknown: YOU
4 be Heen to bo appreciated Can be iralow" cam The Oaxette B-tf new construction repaint etc., and NOTIOK 18. HF.RKBT GIVEN*; and each of you are hereby commanded i
,
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Health. Plate Glass Liability bought on easy. t'rm..t bat.gain the high cost of labor and material 'urn.K Certificates J NOB.. 4f J ur d.u4tI\I Ta* to appear In the above entitled
price cause on or before the 4th day of
FIN15HT SMALL: RANCH In the countrv. there was a balance in every fund the Ird day of June A. p. ills has April. A. T>. 1921.

and Boiler Insurance. well-eililpped with wnrk-stock. and every department. tiled said certificates In my offic.. and WITNESS the Honorable C. O An

and all kinds of farming,.utensils, ; "Any citizen interested in this :has made 'application for tux dyed to dr...... Judge of the above Court and
Issue
large grove: plenty buildings; wellfenced I. ANNOUNCEMENTS I In accordance with law Saidcertificates my name aa Clerk thereof and the .a
Legal Bonds Exec'utedSame l : fine lukefront lines grass: matter can write II. W. Leuthie, secretary embrace the following described .- seal of said Court at Klsslmmee. ( ....-
Ashtabula Chamber of Commerce property situated In Osceola ota
good water ever}'thing desirable County FlorIda "n the Slat dar
Needed. for great monev-maker, Come letUM and he will gladly furnish ('ousty, Florida, to-wlt: of December. A. n. 1'2..
Day Lot i aa embraced
In
show Certificate No. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
i you and tell you details of "
I thtfi splendid full information. 49* and loot T embraced In Certificate J. L. OVKRSTREF.T.

1 I ( ):Nfl HlTNIlKF.K: property TWKNTY: HCTI-S loss No. 4S. of Block I. Florida ralned. A. Clerk of the above Court.

than" two miles. from Cltv limits on FOR "liOR FIFTY-FOUR COUNTIES The land said Company land Hub-division o'th' KRIRBR STKKn.
brU k road Improved location being aaaesaed at Solicitors for Complainant. 4-llt
OFFICE: State Baik Buildiig that will good Al. the .<>!!<'Itatlon of a lame nuinbei TAKE MEMBERSHIP IN date of Issuance In the name of Un
property grow moreynlalslp
of my friend. I hereby imunhsne.myself *- known Unless saId rertlflcatea ahall NOTICK RXKCt'TOH
fruit land: splendid farming and a randldnttfor the offlitof -- EXTENSION DIVISION he redeemed according to J jaw. tux DI.'RAROIol:FOil FINAL
I FH\orable. terms cheap at $3C per acre 'I mayor of Kaalmmt| .*.. .subject to ttj.o I deed will Issue thereon on the Sth

- FIVK-KOO.M H01TSK tisro.hioclie. {'White Man's Primary to be held f>n Florida has net. a new national record day o( February. A. I> lit J1 I. the Cosir* .f C... Mulch 5, 1P21 I -alrr to thank m\ j u OVEIISTR BET. of Florida. seelaj
from business part of Klitslmmee; frt nda for their. 1 kind .support In the through the general extension Clerk Circuit Court. Oaceola. County. Cmmtr.
.
modern large lot cheap at $2.000Kxceedlnglv
i past and will very much apprrrlntroiir 'division of the of Florid. ICircuit In the
: teims Nice cor- University Florida Estate of Cullen F. Pair '
easv ,
.
To abort a cold n'r. 1 I \' support nnd Influrnvb .aiciiln.promlnlnit which served 2,804 students duringthe Court Seal, ) I 4-K nereased.. so
faithful arrloIn' th dlsharKt NOTICE IS
"'II.AnnF., HEREBY OIVKN! to all
LOTS and pretty cot"nor. -
fine .shad* 40 budded ..rnn..j| <' of the duties of the offli iH .. first twelve months in the historyof IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE whom It mar. concern that on the

and trees good water Five-room furnished M BRHAKKR its extension teaching departmentand SEVENTEENTH JUniQTAU ClItCUIT I nth day of February.>> A. D. -Itll. r

Q' prevent com- cottage outbuildings, pretty : registered 3.000 more for class OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN shall apply to the Honorable Judge of
home onlv $2 000 Time on half FOR MAI OH AND FOR OHCKOt/A COUNTY: IN said Court, a* Judge of Probate for .'
m<;HT I.MIOK IXTS. nod wood houHe i and group study. Of the 2,804 enrollments CHANCERY; L. H Wltlock Com my final discharge I aa Rsecutor of
pli. ations takealotabs newly painted piettt' locution on On Ixlinlf of Honorable. T M Murph 1.9BO were received for plainant. Versus Thomas O Held etal. the estate of Cullen F. Pane deceased. -

hh.hrnun.1. bviutiful "I..w I of \', wm' heirlit' .a flnoutsc.his "H"dl ida, instruction by correspondence study. respondvnts. : BILL. TO QUIKT TITLE and that at the aame time I will

._ town and lake chiap, at $%.01111.()( ( \ for Mayor" of I he Citof Klaslm- all of : ortr.KR OF PUBLICATION present my final arcounta aa Rxeeator
These from
Ti'rms If di'sired. m.rI'pnn registrations came Tin STATE OF FLORIDA.: of said estate and ask for their approval
"l\ ROOM T"- TOHY lii )1'''' '' h. IIIK appiourhed, on the sub- the fifty-four counties in the state TO. Thomas O Reid and Rllaabeth .
jf>44 h.- atat-d, that he would not sinflOlfl4' S. Reid his wife Dated December A. )
; Homer Kumsey. 4. f 1550.
fiirniHbed( mi dern I Immediate I posBeHKlon and from persons interested in FlorIda -
hlma. If. randldat hut If
/I"I Oharlcs S Cary and Wm. linswell H. W. STARte.
Fine location $ f.no Timeon
$1. nAn if desired rliti he rmilfl not do I... ,thanserve living: in seventeen other states All of whose .reiildencia and addressesare 51-ft.

TnVO: ONK-HALF !CKn FMJAf and in foreign countries. Thf re- unknown You and each of you
lone.. In. good house fuinlnhedhorMc Vr l"t-llr\i- In announcing Honorable m'aining 844 students finished workin are hereby tommanded to appear In I NOTICE TO CRKDITOMIm
T M Muipi\ for niuxoi that wcnulfl the shove entitled
.
beforethe
CHUMP on or
chlfkeijM an l r -ndfor hlinln .
n"- $1 nnn I lom N. e UH \\',* have not annouiue a brtt'i inun foithe twenty-two classes held in nineteen 7lh day' of Marrh A. n 1921. the g..ols.NELSON, |ic Hll4on. in one that bog already. counties of the state. The 3,000 TO: All parties claiming an Interest Omffmlm ( ... I I" O\'n hlmarlf of izi: ','Rteiiilne, to will be found in the counties in which In the following described land.
this city Beginning 72: % feet East of the re Estate of N. R C...._.
REALTY COMPANY \\'e respectfully; solicit sour ""1'- the work is being carried on or is Southwest corner of Hlork "W" of To all Creditors Legatees. nistrlbu- r

---- -- post at the coming .*.,-..tl..n just about to start. Henry A. Mathews Addition to the tees and all Persons having Claims

NOW II THK TIM l.: to Hit out trees HIS FRI ENISS Bv registering so students Town of Klsslmmee City. Florida: or Drmsnds against said Fata'.1You. :
Special nsHorl meiitu ofTerc'd for Immediate many run thence East 50 fret: thrnce North and each. of you, are hereby
nc-ptant'o. l.a 1'".* t res's KOItt .lTOll during the first twelve months the J2S"4 feet: thence West 122 % feet nOtified and required to present anyclaima

for ouli....k reHultM Improeoiir Florida division broke by a widemarjl'in thence South 73'>{, fret; thence East. and dernnnds vrhlcrti you. or
\ard or \nriint lot in town bv nettlriK .\ lh- aollrltat, of manv of mv all previous records for a It U{ Trrt and thence South 150 feet to either of you. may have against the
out large. guaranleid, citrus. f i'lemln I henvlth I pii-Ktnt tn\ nanioas the place of beginning estnte of N I). Csrson. decessed. late
L ; buds on Hour a I ,,k. t h..r..hI"'jOI" V' i.nh.tiu a candidate foi :nominal I Ion fin. I tin- .new university general extension di- and losing a part of Block ".tPyd\ of Osoeola County Florida, to the undersigned

The purified and refined ho \alue: ten dolluis: for i I l,naltl4Mi I of nuiV4il 4if IClHHltntnec .Hiihjtit ,I vision. Of the thirty-nine states doing Henry A Mathews Addition to the Executrix of Bald *.t.t...

r calomel tablets that -\er\ ,'xp.'nsled. I offer \ ou to the d4-rii..*on of th4olrn. IMII- I general extension work California Town of IClBBlinmee City Florida under within two years from the date hersOated -
are the following assort mont. toss nv ofIh. tlolpatlnu In fluuhllt prlniti 'in Thomas 0 Reid and Kllcalteth a. 0'.
nauseates safe and sure. .. treis ha\e fruit on them asthevHtand I "Siitur4lnMarrh, 5. 1021 For three most nearly approached this rec- Reid hla wife; Homer Rumsey; December 27, A. D. ISSC.
.
I In the nuiserv Klve-v .. old Iaiec.sslstnss. I ha\r served I Charles S 'ary and Wm. Hoiiwell. If WIUHKL.MINA 'CARHUN.Aboet .
budN on eight >......ohl Hour stock. l Ii....,isIs. i.f K IRK) ni m-e In. thin .."'h"l ord.To enroll these students in the any of the same be deceased. or otherwise I.ft F.s..utr\.L----
Medicinal .
virtues retained nut. pnutne I .' Marsh seeilleNK I giapefrnlt. ' tI..I'! . nnil I l'i-l. with tnftlon4l" '., claiming an intereSt therein All -, --
and improred. Sold one genuine Paison. Hrow n. lint I < nn auraln. fill the fnrrlth first year from a white population of of '" residences addresses
one,, IC"nuine I Valeticlii I Uate, oneu rtfdlt nisi. ,infai-tlon I uliiill niipriiiriti 1 5 ;O.000 scattered over an area 'of are :."nOk"O, : ,: You .n'tn: each of you _Cr c4ty

only in sealed packages. ""In.. "IMneappb. one genuine thiauppoit of n1rrlo'nd.. 58fifi(5( miles is considered a Are hereby commanded. to appear In
Price 35c. dm; < ;ing Otnpefrult dertdedlv. 11.nil .LU"I II. R MAY square of the above entitled cause on or before Despite these plain words in the -
achievement view
est thev make' boat' ''' noteworthy in the 4th day of April. A. t). 1921. New Testament, Whit a man sows
uiowth U'111 sell this assort mont. : the fact that the division in the older WITNESS the Honorable C 0 Andrews ,
that shall he also
or all one \arlety If d"Hlr..1N."t.- STATES TENDERS AID I states with from two to five times : Judge of the ahove Court. and reap. "Be merciful "-
... 1pncktMl I In box. .iruarante (o arrle i mv name. .. Clerk thereof and the and thou shalt obtain mercy
,
I In good. condition Pan mike UNDER RESTRICTIONSTO the population of Florida in the corresponding *.*al of paid Court at KlaPlmrnre. Oareola people wonder and !grieve at the_ pain

PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING prompt nhlpini I ills. This adtertlsenidit I CANCER period in their history ('..unty. Florida on the Slat day and suffering in the world.
may not appear, again. (""..h PATIENTS.. did not in equal the record of Oerember A. nIno. Many j
with order $25."0 first selection. any way (CIRCUIT COURT REAL) persons think it is the will of God
All Work Guaranteed __ $20.00 Hi-cund selection $1SO third The fact that Rome two hundred made by Florida. In Addition, by J. U OVKR8TRKET.: that they should suffer and bear
selection. .,. II. Mote Leesburg. 'enabling the university to reach Aa Clerk of the above Court.
and fifty die' in Florida their luft'erin.ealmlyand
patients each IIlcnedIy. -
I'
Florida. (I. times the number of students KOIBBS A STFKIXRollcltora :
A.B..YODER'b year from the effects of cancer-a many for Complainant. 4-Ut . Recollections of injury of hurt
FOR HAI.K Ford 2flO. 8 .. ('a? considerable found in residence, the Florida division -
car percentage of them indigent or pain to others do not enter their
Un at Maklnson'a Utore.! g-4tc has exceeded in the first year the
OHDINANCK
e 324 Kiuimmee, FloridaPat victims totally unable to pay .present record of most of the divisions -.... narrow minds nor yet the 'pain antsuffering

VOlt SAL K-Rurlv tomato plants. exorbitant service fees to so-called in other states where the work .. Or41....* t* lteK.late the O..*.. they may have caused to

Ijivlngston' Iteuuty, road for netting "cant'er-exp'erts"-has. led the state ..... *r II...!*... Ast.BB.blleM. *r *.s>er God's creatures be they bird, beastor
Johnston O P. GARRET next week It. H llrock. WentMabbetti I has been carried on for a number of eMele f_r rmmm HIre I. the
H-ltX board of health to make: arrang4aments +mf+r insect. There ia nothing; which
root
( Pt _. .
**
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW for service in certain types oft years shows a lower or more bruti.h formof

roll SAI.i': Twelvi. bens and K roost !' the 'I In speaking of the work. B. C. mind than
malady free of charge The laws HB IT OHUAINf BV THE ( ()UNCII. cruelty. A child who I II
ei full blooded lirown Leghorns Riley director says: "These facts OK TIlE CITY OF KIXfSIMMKKSection
I regulating expenditures of the board I Irend"r / is allowed to kill butterflies or the
Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band Price $25 110 (' II. Murphy. Limit show the need demand and tremendous I. All person owning public I
,, it impossible to make I small household insects or anythingelse
lIt' 'e' anil Midland allwn\\ 6-.ttxiJlAT ap-1 education bucks autoniobilMi or othere- ,
Building. ; propriations for this work but the possibilities of by hl(..IIH for the trunxpoi.latlon of pna.a."It''rH. that come.n reach will scarcely
I
KISSIMMKIC.! FLORIDA I Poll. 8.VI.K- .. 10 new .motor .. board has made provision to care for general extension methods in our or engaged In the occupationof grow up a kind and feeling; manor .'
boat capacltv 8 or tigers -
paH
state. It also shows the value of trunitporting for hlr
.; IK ff.et long all rpt.i.8s. lumber such cases as a radium treatment paHsenpC woman. Parents are responsible :
.. within the City of Elsomimmee. shall
.. . .000. ..
-14e .e. .. printir'.s ink. The newspapermen of .
Price $ I2R complete. or will shall be deemed and has license .this. Cruelty will in achild's
advisable un> a tax of Five <(<$6.0'/1 I)ol- fey grow I
sell boat without motor for $7 Ii. placed Dr. Gerry R. Holden in charge ': }'lorida are tb be given a great deal lam, payable. on or before th. let nature Just as fast and certainly \ '
I M. TILLER P. O MoralKissImnuc Park 8fFOIt credit' for this record day of October In each and
of the bureau. j jof makinp: pos- year no as kindness.-The Open Door.
I sible. sinre the division has not hada fractional license shall be I..u..d. 4
S, I..E- Foulteen Khans. of stock. It is explained in a circular from Section 2: No person shall charge
Real l. [state -Aaency. I In tls.. KIsMltntmc. I Ice and Cold the department that will he no professional field organizer and the A 1C..at..r Hum than Fifty cent <(9050)< Cooks are to be had without advertising 1J
Storage t'oiniuint For I Infoimatlonapply newspapermen of the state have for the transportation of a imsnenwrrr in Port
haiti ,
charge for services
in Prince
au
, such cases as ;
to H T ltutl-r. former miinnger. been to acquaint the to or from any single point within thertty
depended
21 Verona Htieit KlHHlmnii.e shall be accepted-but it will he necessary upon limits, Provided however. that Most of them@lrnI.50awelwth
< > Realty Bought and sold. 5tfFOR that all transportation ex- people with their rights and privileges they may charge an equal sum for cnta lH lHan
in securing instruction and each pHSsenfc so transported. fo
i Houses rented. SALK-One Betx Klectrlc Wall pensen shall be paid and the patientI service. K.-I.tlon X: Any person violating for themselves- and family. .
! Taxes and Titles I each case shall have at least fifty nn)' of the above provisions shall up' --- --- -
paid verifiJ J Plate Practically new At a reasonable "That the people of Florida apple
Oa- i dollars to )Hospital r.n conviction' ho nunlfthfd Itise .1
\ ed for non-residents. ..tI... price. Apply Valley 7-tf while in Jacksonville pay and in expenses no case elate the extension teaching departr of not morn than Ten ( $10 oJ't I'II':: i4 ,

; I ment of the general division is shown or by Imprisonment. of not more. thanten .c .
I j ; Fire. Life and Accident In- should the patient go to Jacksonvilleuntil (10) days.8ection I IDoYouRCrnL
Foil HAI.F.-A five-room c.'ttagon .
.. but .
ten act i'e tract at liasininil'tk notified by the health officer. not only by the large enrollment 4 : All persons operatingvehicles 1

surance. Somi. I bearing f i'ult I tins. anil some Other rules regarding this offer by the rate at which the work has for hire as above .et out ; ,
Indemnity Bonds. trees with or without fur- During the last month shall. post a card showing this transportation -
\oung. from the state board of health are I grown. I rate. In Home conspicussusplace I
well
nltille good artcHlun' At a eighteen times registrations
.. . . .e. .... .. . .. I Imigntn. I \V. these: as many I n the vehicle. no Operated for
Park Florida. 7 2.x Only of were received as during the first hire such card to b r furnished by theCltv
-
---- ___ _____ cases inoperable cancer month and those enrolledwere ClerkMl :: .
- - --- in among
I
will be -
'o. v KUIIJIIS \v J. STIII .foil. S\I.K "'"..Ivi \\hlle l iuhorn women treated. teachers ordlnnnces or parts of nnllnan-
The diagnosis of cjcrks farmers ex- tea In conflict herewith b... and th.
.pull. IH. t. iiii>ntliH. .1.1. fine Inln.HI.ln' ..- cancer must be .
KRIBBS & STEEDKUMlnmre service men business! men lawyers. san). A 0'''. hereby repealed '
I 9 2 en h. Also. giiB" I finbiiKbiiig I made by a reputable physician ando .
fiom Heltft. 'pins of. I.I.hl1I'.n ) ertified. civil officers and club women. It. n.l a first and PIM ond time In open .
C'.uD..I..m at lass
.n"
Attar..eya
Ix-KbotiiH K\irli\' straits I pplon and napwed hy unanlmouptonp.nt. ,
Floridaal firm I 'pel ",'111"" of. lf If .11..01 f..,' Patient must he resident of Flori Through correspondence study the this 10th day. of January A
... p..llre In all Mtate ..d 01. 1 2 p.'r Hitting t I i If ,itiuked untiHblppid duo division is reaching mature people I). 1921

I nlted ",.c.. 1 ....0'... I, by purcel peat It F The patient must be indigent andso who cannot go to school yet feel the II M T1RKAKKRMtept 4
rrs
--- ------- : City CouncilJ
hi itl.s. KlHHlmmee. Florida 7-4K- need of and
training
W.- THOMPSONFuneral certified by thp county commis- more youngneople R fJILPRRT.:
J. -- ------
sioners whose education has been in- City Clerk.
of the
in which she
FoK MA inHdiln county
Potato-farming (S E A L)
I ly at I pre-war. i pilceH.' one ,planteione ,r. resides. terrupted. This is clearly shown \.pr..d, thla 2lh lr of January like CastorOil?
I
Director I.-.td I iig-Iins : one., Mr'NV' I.ort-i J l>r. Kolden as agent) for the State-1>V the fact that the ages of the pupils 19!!.

filtlllzel dlHttlblitoi Inquire. ntLupftr Hoard of Health of enrolled range from fifteen to J. S CAHKU
& Piather garage, Htoad- I Florida has theprivilege R-51 then
AND way. B-tf of refusing treatment when sixty-three and the average is 28 MayorIV why make them

.
.-- --- I in his opinion the case can be treated plus.BURGLAR. : THK CIRCUIT take it >
FOK I'AI.On. Nash touring car I L---- COURT OF THRSKVKNTKKNTH Why cling to
LICENSED EMBALMER better in other when :' JUniCIAI CIRCUIT
and one ICajnes .e\ enpasseniceitoiiilng ways or from
TOOK LUNCH
'IF THE STATE OF the old idea that
KT.OHIHA. IN medicine
ear lth of tha at l>.srgain any other cause he does not consider a -
prlc s. \\'. H Mnklnson. rltFOIt ( \. BUT NOTHING MORE A\T FOR OWK01.A OOUNTY. IN:>
radium
w tore and Chapel Stewart Ave.KISSIMMEK. 2-1f treatment advisable or bene- CHANCERY: KMMROORUH.. Comlalnnnt. must 4
FIXKirA ficial.A Versus. T R Bale et alenpoiidents b unpleasant

8A1E--l'oti-s. Saddle Horses separate application from each 'Twas the evening hour;. 'twas { : BH.I TO QIMKTTITI.KOHI :: in order good?

and mores $SO up See W l'lnntation.K, Par- patient must be filed with the state calm and still-but a window looked STATE' RU! OF t,9Pt'RLICA'FION FLXIRIUA. : THK b

LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW mer near, foreman.Nar..o......New..... I"la.F2den or A. R health office on a regular form provided Inviting; why J. I D. Woodbeck left TO' T RRaley and his ..It... If he

Thomas KlHSlmmee. Fla 42-tf for that purpose the same be- it up is a mystery at this writin.fr. he married : Thomas R Bailer and Dr. Miles'Laative
'Sarah A. Bailey, his wife: William
FOK I-IALE-Oood second-hand. Ford ink procurable upon written request It was Monday night when all down I Hudson *nd his wife If he be married

cars Sam O Hagsdale Phone !ii. addressed to the State Health Officer ; town with life and light was glowing Joseph II Hudson and his wife If he Tablets

Warner Building. SltfFOK Jacksonville.It ; and the house was vacant until be married Qrorite K. Hudson and his
wife. If he be married: Albert .i.- (Oar"
----- --- the make showing
went in to
tramp a -

r .elfl 8AI-K-r-In absolutely. 13 to 36-salIon cane bar- is easy to get rid of the miseryof lie ate all food that he could Charles ncr and R his lx>ve wife.and If William lie be N married fan by.as T &TC LIKE CANDY
pure syrup
I Mra. Crandall (low.) T.1U How She V'erv fine New- eypreBB barrelsRifftrenoe heartburn or Indigestion. Herbine find-he seemed a demonstrator;** he Trustees of the Estate of Joseph

Stopped Chicken Losses *: any bank here Bet a Roes right to the spot. It drive out clearedthe pantry. cleared the R. Tantum. deceased: Charles B. Lore ACT LIKE MAGIC
barrel real and H (*. I and William M. Cambjr. as Trusteesand
"t.aat wring. rau kUfcd) all our bsby chkkt. Wba Only *6c for syrup fifteen cut daVB. f. o.* the badly digested food and makes shelves cleared the refrigerator. He as Executors! under j the last Will

I'd kaowa sboat Kat-SaM ....- WIt j&lam.p.cks.we.j1lsdsnelofta. -e I Mad t son. niNn . Madison.; : you feel fine. !>ree, 60c. Sold by enjoyed that meal there is no doubt, and -Testament of Joseph R. Tantum. The boot authorities says
1'''''' wo@It Florida. 8-3tx Roberson'g SC deceased. : Annie II. Tanlum and ber
Pharmacy. and then lit oat the sinner when
10 ; husband. If abe be married that their main
.... tl.ysz's b.scb.111 bst" aat-SUp gust.stsod : Percey IAand
the folks )home there wasn'tfood
ig
came Tantum hie wife If. be be
sad .DI Lot 35c t5c. $1.23.A FOR SALE:-Sixty-four .er.. fine citrus mar-
br land; all cleared; under. good MeddLdM.t4hsTb. to furnish a fly a dinner. But tied Leonhe n Tantum and hla wife. If dient .:"pccelcratttt: !
,,
*" be married; Ida W. Tantum and
fence new six-room bouse wll
: the burglar took naught from the
,.- CENTRAL DBlla.8TOftIIJ sell cheap. or write. brick road.t* .the east would her husband If she be married and peji.taj.dixjn..jheway 'same
.mBa.nI"d ; house except what. h. "cairfed Inside Viola D. Tantum and her .
OSCKOLA HARDWARE' COMPANY Job M Tatla. ,, rioftda.: be *4 id pro mo. Th Dixie Highway huaband. If .
i-ltx ; 10. J. Woodbeck has no she be married all of whose residences castor .
.4 .. voyager could traverse the east kick he he's aatisfted. and addresses are unknown: YOU o
'FUR SALK-Hlngle Comb Wnlte Ixig- I coasts-Orlando Reporter-Star. '"'; says and each of ron are hereby eommand- Cqqd fc4 f
b a < crif>ti.> for c.Lb. .. i ed -to appear "q.the above entitled "
pr born .. ; Farrls I'"- _d -straln: '"Equivalent" for what ? "
Possibly Brookly .-br4dr. the first" of the rinse
$2 SO. for fifteen. lt,50 on or before the 7th day of l ult Get
eggs:
per .
I r.Mi .L Cripp It'l the BiUr 10*. A'% ply to A. D. sfarston. Pine- "pro bono pal lJeo" would 'have-ta great'structures to be thrown across March. A. D..lr..ll L a .

dale Addition PostofHce Box 44T. pod the tenpenny the better on the the East river, has now been in service TO.: The ; w of John B. riad- ,
remedy Wf 1n.". Kl..lmmee.. Ttx: head. son deceased: The deyl.*.. under the
87 year Will pf John B. Hudson, 4_....*. and ;

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r TWELVE THE pssatMEE"''VALLET CAIETIX.- FKIDAT. FEBRUARY< i'zil ,

'wt. n ,

their fruit -crop, and' trucks are busyat ,I''$380" In cash and a check ror"569"

r all hours of the day in hauling.. Proceeding from the railroad of.
-sp'E Frank McKee of Okeechobee is floe,, to the bank, they' encounteredIra II

t. PICTURE I guest of his sister, Mrs WV,,J. Bar Monney, 18-year-old Gainesville "W'OO D
ber.' boy. and carried him along with
k Mrs.' Roy Smith and her sister, them locking' him in the vault ,of the
r Miss Jennie Bobbitt were Klsplmmee bank to prevent any possibility of For .tove' ?r fi'replace delivered: : on
Casino Theatre Tues aY.feb'y,8 visitors on Wednesday. Miss [ his spreading the alarm. Monney short notice 'Also heavy haulingof
l w Bobbitt is from Tennessee and is who ,,was found in the vault when the.
f .. delighted with the season 1I e'I{14 ,robbery, was' discovered at ,.4 a. nu.- all kinds with auto truck ,

.' I spending. here.Several'visitors. is being held by the authorities who, ---Leave orders at Osceola Hardware '\. '
i from Kissimtuec are investigating certain .discrepancies .
.
RIGHT TO LOVE"F
"THE Company, or
1 1 were here on Monday Theywere in hill story.According .
> F* highly pleased with this-'section, arid to'.Monney, who has,, dif W. H. JONESPHONE
ATTRACTION expressed much satisfaction oVer the feted in each of his stories as' to the
larj_a Ihillips; grove. DP. Phillips, exact time at' which he was ..pickedup ',
"YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE IT" of Orlando', was, here on Sunday. by the men he was walking near 81.3 .
Miss Ollie Harvey was a Kissimmee . the bank on his way to the hotel
o: - - -- - visitor! men' stopped him
on 1: Monday. when the two .
a I Nose Barber and Mrs. Myers, of th..w.a handkerchief- his face, --

In these modem days there arc many thing : Boggy! Creek, were visitors here. on and dragged him .into the bank's
Sunday."a vault The door of the vault was
1. we have had taken away front us. Where is I I, II. C. Thomas is spending. the weekat slammed and Monney remained YOURSUIT!

t it.going to stop? What will the outcome be? I I N a r'oolls..e. I I there until found. The bandits! meanwhile .,
: blow the
to -
proceeded ltpen
..
II
)t .. TUESDAY the question of | I At I plain vault .....nitroglycerine, using HAS IT BEEN ORDERED? M..

SOCIETY'S' I four McMullen charges. cashier f the Largo If it has not 'should see us
IN REALM I Ii J" S. i> you
; : aThe Right: to: Lose'is i BILLIE! BURKE L I bank, whose home is about fifty at once for we are showing hundreds
.. i ) : .. yards from the bank was awakenedat .
w The MsleadirtgWidovi1cnw. I of the finest suitings: !: and
.
shown at the Casino Theatre. Do you think It :i'; i(1 ifinttiiH/ IntJml.M for this rt..- four o'clock by the first explosionand Ilesaid .the startling (fact about then is
i wriN his front porch.
Out
went
IKII't im-nt should l ho hnmlfl in n* early/ on
.': have this right? Come Tuesday and see. IIM |Hit4sfii1 I l<.. Advance hot 1"1 of c<.mluir the bandits had flashlights and that
you .
BILLIE BURKE ISCHARMING i>\ < I ritu must l h. authfriH' Oil! his house, so
1hnn' 11, and/ nuk for "Hnri-ly'' searchlights playing on 'THE PRICES ARE NOT HIGH
IN "THEMISLEADING .' that yielding to hisf..s\ .entreaties
0y ++ CI. 1 urtna" < lus- proinplj! ten o'clock
WIDOW" e.irli F'I Icjay mornlnff. he returned indoors. until the explosions ) -
KISSIMMEE .
,
-oOoCHAUMINO had ceased.
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I. ''I : CELEBRATION :Monney, who is said to have run
><-c v<"ft<<"9"C "e-0"0<- < e-M" Star In Great New I
R Pretty Coming OK BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY run away from his home in Gainesville DRY CLEANING[ WORKSR.

Paramount-Artcraft Screen Ro- In commemoration of the fifteenth two"years ago had dropped out I I
:y J : birthday .anniversary of ;Miss Anna of sight until he reappeared recentlyat A SNYDER
]t CASINO THEATRE I mance. Knnehe), daughter of Mr. aid 1 Mrs.A. 1"nrgo. lie has a brother living I ,
4 Knoebel Pineview House the i l lborne 'there. I Stewart Avenue Telephone 49
(' Ono of the must delightful; screen of the Knoehels so pleasantly -
romances t>\'r prodiuod will come (to situated between the pines and the 1 I PROMINENT TORONTANS I
Means Better Shows She Casino on ;Mondav, when "The I I
;; lake ut Ki.ssimmee Park, was a scene ARRIVE IN KISSIMMEE
:Misleading Widow, a new 1'aramountArternft of much gaiety and entertainment'I __ I II i iI tional Eldorado gusher which caused
,
: -- picture, starring Uif- Thursday l'v..ninJl-and: far into the I I. A. Hamilton, one of the fry the Arkansas, legislature to adjourn,
lie Burke, will be shown. Miss Burke night were the strains of music fort and und winch caused special trains from
one
FRIDA Y and SATURDAY I has the role of Betty Taradme, whowatt h.. dancers. reverberating: over the ,of quent the visitors prominent to Kissimmee. members of the all directions to run into the llttla
married nnd later deserted by
waters. There was much "carrying Golf Club has reached I this city-- Arkansas: city, loaded with oil men
her husband "n account of her etravaganrr \- i n" besides the dancing and the accompanied 1 bv his brother '\". .\. with bulging will lot* and temptingcheck
X nnd lives in n big; house Master of The Eldorado,
lefreshments hooks gushers
1 .
many i from that u'1'I.'ntcity
Hamilton\ '
-cominir!
; in n little New England village. Colonel Ceremonies' Carwile was clever in all : of half-million To- opens up another .entirely new field.
a population
; MATTISEE & JOHNSTON'SBABY Preody. a wounded arms offn-er. ways and managed the affair with ronto.. Unon previous visits this''' On the heels of the Klclorado: rush
(. ; the Taradmehoust I' '
at
is convalescing aplomb. There were many charming. partyof Canadians has been larger I I canr Abe Petrolia and Electra oilstrikes /
*. ,Betty is besieged by creditors and costly gifts received bv the honoree in numlxTs-but these two announce ,, in Wichita (county a few
and, short of funds, announcesthat proving the warm friendships of miles from Wichita Kails. Wildcat
the ensmallment of the visitors
-
P'I '' her husband has died in South cxistant! and the entire .evening: was was partially caused group) by the test in these two field, hit prolific
Africa, so that she can collect his a delightful one. !sand" at new shallow depths of 909
fact that when it desired to effect -
DOLLCOMPANY i was
.
t life insurance. Complications occirrwhen Among the quests present were I the change of Canadian eurremIcv and 1,200: respectively' which
I. Captain Rymill the Colonel'saide :Mr. and Mrs: C, Stratman Mr. and into the medium used in the United brought the Wichita Falls district '
II, and friend arrives and proves Mis.: Carwile, Mr. and Mrs. Ching. States there was mad a discountof buck into popularity. It happenedthat
fto,i .be none other than the "dead"1hu'band. :Mr. and :Mrs. Kirchberg, Mr. and twenty cents-and they took not a large number of the Wichita
I Il \Haw matters\ are finally :Mrs. :McCabe< Mr. and Mrs. Teal too to t the depreciation. Then Falls oil men and operators wrrascattered
: kindly
adjusted 1 forms the climax, of she Mis. Earl Sayre Mrs. Fred Sayre. I with the \'arioiiraJways I about the southwest country
!story which is ideally. suited to thewhimsical :Mrs. I L. Seaman Mrs. D. Kemerer I too, arrangements and sleeper companies weremore at the time the Petrolia nnd Electra -

I art of :Miss Burke. I Mis.: Mouser Mrs. Cahill. Miss Luella ,i, difficult to negotiate; so thes" I wells came in within a day or

Ii Sj'hroen. Miss Annie Seaman two unaided and unguarded slipped two of each other Some were al
:Miss. Elsie Krause Mr. Young, Mr. I' away for a real vacation. They expect I O'1..xia----ther": were at the Kldoradorusher.
9 V .I NOTES FROM ST. CLOUDThe Krause, Arthur Krause Herbert to make an extended visit in ( and many were at Fort
1 I Krause Dick Seaman and Jack Kissimmee, and are at the Hamilton Stockton and in the Breckenriclfedistrict. (
I
FEATURING Hamilton.. home near the Club and the golf !. All of them arne scurrying
New England Society will links. home to Wichita county when the
I meet next Tuesday afternoon at two TWO WHIST CLUBS:'; The chief reason that :Mrs. I- A. I news was flashed that two new fields
\ Johnny "Bozo" Hallisec - - - - "Sweet Papa Bozo"Johnston o'clock in Grand Army hall. All ARE ENTERTAINEDMrs. Hamilton did not accompany her had been discovered almost in their

.r New Rniflandprs and their friends S. 11. Bullock and Mrs. R. G. husband is that she has been elected home city's back yard, while they

and Johnston Those Different Dancers are urged to be present. : Minick, at the commodious home of to office-holding an aldermanic position I were out buying leases in the other
- - - Luke Donnelly a retired locoma- the former at 212 Clyde avenue on I I in Toronto-with the proud districts. I

tive engineer, ubose summer home l Friday afternoon entertained the distinction of being the first woman I Nothing Can Cause Surprise Now
Little Saunders In and Dances in Elmira New York, died here :Monday Club and the WednesdayClub in Canada to hold such an important i After the rapid developments of,
: Billy - - - - Songs I..a": morning of apoplexy, and ,at a very pretty card party post: besides which Mrs. Hamilton the past thirty days oil men in the t

J the remains were forwarded the following where roses were the chief decorations i i.. burdened with many social and southwest are prepared for almost
: and Debris Blues I morning to tho old home- I and salads, sandwiches, and ''club duties in her municipality. anything. Just now the obnoxious r'"dry
Cain - - - - - - Specialties ,
accompanied by Mrs. Donnelly. C. coffee formed the refreshmentsThere hole" seems to l he entirely out H
I>. Lundy went as far as Jacksonville was a large gathering-six I Mentions Kiuimmee Writer of !style in Texas and several heretofore
H AND with the widow. Mr. and Mrs. tallies being filled. The player's inconspicuous "wildcat" teat

Donnelly came here about the first prize. a choice bottle of perfume r Miss Grace A. Townsend, press! fare being closely watched as the
of September to see if the climate went to :Mrs Edgar K.itz-while the agent! for the National Humane So- next possible ffusheis.Many .
SIX REAIJANCING L BABY DOLLS would bo of aid to the husband who ;'mourner's" memento a duck that resembled !I,cietx writes from Interlathen : I fortunes have I Id-en made in .J'
was a sufferer from asthma. I 1 a goose, consoled Mrs. f''ii- KiRsimmee has another writer ,leases in the past thirty days, and,

-- - I Lyiuan Johnson, of Elmira New l">le, who is with her mother !Mrs. who loves dumb animals, in Mrs. J. millions are pouring into the southwest "
I York was calling upon Saint Cloud: l lI J.1.: I.ee M Wilson eloquent writer .of bird for the development of the new
LOTS OF CLEAN COMEDY - - LOTS OF PRETTY GIRLS friends on Sunday. I lore, especially that of the depths of proven, fields.! At present the independent
I Mrs. Monroe and daughter were GONE TO DAYTONA the Eveiglades. When in New York operators holdI large por
.i ELABORATE COSTUMES Kissimmee visitors on Tuesday.Mr. i FOR BRIEF VISIT last fall she Wrote us lamentingover '''tion of the new fields nnd the development
and Ms. William Hogate, of t Mrs. Charles E. Fay, who has'" been the profuse bird plumage and will be done largely: with tho '
-- - - - Wyoming, Illinois, are among the (! spending the winter at the Meach furs displayed on womens* hats and money of small investors who see Inthe 't,),"

: One Show Friday Night at 8:30 late arrivals, ind are at the Hotel home corner of Beaumont avenue dresses. Rich women and servant new year's oil activities unprecedented '
,
I
l Saint Cloud.v and Bryan street, left on Tuesdayfor girls are trying to be in fashion, this opportunities>>r fortune.
One Special Matinee Saturday Afternoon at 3:30 George Martin was a Kissimmee. ,I a1 visit with friends at Daytona. cruelty to animals" wayIn the.larg Fort Worth, Wichita I Falls, Beckr
.
"
Two Show Saturday Night at 8:30 and at 10:00 t''I I visitor Funeral on services Wednesday.over the remain!(''KISSIMMEE ARTISTENTERTAINS I est city of the country. I enridge.the "oil. capitals"Dallas and of Shreveport the southwest are, ...:'

10f the late J. G. Hill were held in : : EUSTIS CLUB I Subscribe for the Valley Gazette J and all of these cities. are enjoyinir I
; PRICES, 25 35 SO CENTS i Grand Army hall Saturday morning Mrs. J. Earl; Lupfer of Kissimmee the reflected wealth of the new fieldsas '
r I death having occurred on the! preceding was the principal entertainerat OIL STR KESF GREAT I well ns the older ones

0 coo 0 0 0 0000 C 0 OC 0 0 0 C coo coo 00 coo 0 O+ in : Friday LOCAL BASKETBALL TEAM
was made :Mount Peace cemetery. I ,
untie I to" her standing as aclever
-- -- I NEW FIE.nRF.! !' OPENING I I'P:) SECURES GOOD PUBLICITY
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Walter C. Lindsay. Melbourne: art i..t. There has been formed I
BASKETBALL PROGRAM I OHIO CLUB CONVENES I was calling upon friends here on in that city a club along the lines of :' IN TEXAS Referring the basketball
: contest
FOR THIS AFTERNOONThe I NEXT MONDAY EVENINGThe Welnes( 1 I',chautauqua, and for ten successive Gusher After Gusher Brought In /It Bartow last Saturday evening the
'T I I The :Michigan Association held an Friday afternoons they are having Record said last Friday *
With A That :
ni .entertainments of some sort from Frequency I
basketball teams-both that Ohio Club "ill meet in the all-day meeting on Wednesday talentfound within distance Is Startling Kiisimmee boys and girls of the
of the boys and that of the girlsof Halt Memorial next Monday evening Grand Army hall. Mrs. Lupfer went there easy upon special I high school basket ball teams, and.

A Sanford-will be in Kissimmee ; February 7, at seven-thirty. An |request 1 to give an "Afternoon with'James Fort Worth Texas February :.1.Special. .- their friends nad rooters will travelto
this afternoon, and a' double-header excellent musical is being 'I I Kartow tomorrow for a to
program Whitcomb Riley and Eugene ( .)-Texas and the entire game
I Is planned with like teams from the 'I prt|>are4, and a general invitationto UNION CENTER NOTESThis I j I Field" and won much praise for her 'southwest has been the scene in r the he played on the out-door court atSumnlerlin
Osceola high Bchool. The gameswill the public to attend the meetingis Institute tomorrow night.This .
able work. !Music for the occasion past thirty days of the most sensational -
start at four o'clock and a large hereby extended. I j'I was furnished by the orchestra from ....revival cf oil property in the is a return double-header the
K, gallery is anticipated. DR. J. T. RIKEH. portion of the county is Badly !the Oklawaha hotel. history of petroleum industry., Developments first ha'ingh..en played in Kissimmee -
two weeks
President. in need of rain. ago.
I -- have been successful
so
,
God made moonshine but lie nev- The people of this neighborhoodare :RICH CHINA[ EXHIBIT that even the frenzied Burkburnett The girls played in hard luck at .

AI er put it in bottles. Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. now very busy in looking after I GOES TO TAMPAFAIR days have become eclipsed and the Kissimrnee. They had not been practicing I
I Mrs. S. H. Bullock has forwarded old l times and professional boom followers and had gotten into a bit rusty I
to the art department of the South have been dazed form with the result that the Osceola -
the
so
over
.
-
A 4 A A A Florida fair at Tampa seven entries (series of new strikes and new discoverv county trills won the game with a I
7 of her artistic work on china- pools that they do not know score of 27 to 0. The boys were tn *. I
1 and there is every probability that which new field to "play." A fewV J, better condition, and took their game ":

DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. L STOUT I she will win some of the mans prizes- weeks ago the little town of Mexia. :,' with a score of 21 to 11. I
'' offered for that class of exhibits asher Both tennis have boon. practicingand
1 Texas, suddenly became an oil me-
i rr..iJe.t Cltier V7cV..K/.nf
fed themselves
e displays are most clever and at- troprlis when the Humphrey well in good shape tome..t
t- ,Itiactive. The seven exhibits include nearby which had been regarded as the visiting team( The visitors
six and six bread-and-: on their part. feel that they will
I
;f I oups saucers; somewhat of a joke--a rank wildcat
', butter plates, cake( plate chop plate test-roare : in as a gusher. A big make a winning: too, their local paler "
chocolate and creamer and sug- speaking of the game as follows:
cup rush and feverish trading in I..a".sfollowed. \
4 arbowl. I"The i I loral players arc making .
DR. JOHNSON SAID: | with Mexia the mecca of preparationa
the entire oil fraternity. The Mexin to make a winning upon
'!' SAINT JOHN'S GUILD activity was still at its fever heat that o..ion. and a gala time is an _.
"All the complaints which are made of the world are unjust. I TO HOLD SILVER TEA when telegraphic ticipated." ,
dispatches
announced
y V,' I 1 never knew a man of merit neglected: it was generally his owns There was a regular: meeting ofithe that in the Breckenridge, :( district,
John's Guild at the home
fault that he failed of success." Dr. Johnson came to London witha (of Mrs.Saint S. II. Bullock Tuesday after- already one of the richest oil fieldsin Lillie Mother "appy'Again ;t

a single guinea in, his pocket. He made his own way in life and noon. I It was decided at the meeting the world, the Guaranty and several _
!left a name thai will not perish. You are living in a land of greatopportunit (there should be held a "bilver tea," other new wells had come in asgushers .
in few hours "For the nine
extendingthe
in t the form of a garden party, at the a I past years I have .
e surrounded by them on every side. Why should you : proven area of the Breckenridge been very much distressed with,..
not succeed? Its in you-get it out We welcome you starting home of Mrs. Bullock afternoon 212 Clyde avenue -- district fully seven miles. The new bloating; and stomach trouble due to
commencing
I your Savings Account here. I next at Tuesday three o'clock, and a general wells in the Breckenridge field were 'I constipation since I was a child. No ..;
invitation is accorded the public of the 5,000 barrel class and oil men medicine gave me more than tempo-
If out-of-town reader.
you are an flocked to this in automobiles relief. I
scene rary got sp bad I was
< I be The affair will be given -
__ you can bank with us by mail. to present. ; on special trains and via airplane. A I afraid I would have ft leave my ,
fund.
benefit for the rectory
a' May we tell you how? as a week later the little village and old three little children. But since tak- .

LARGO STATE BANfc Texas army post near the border ing a course of Mayr's Wonderful 1 1
Fort Stocktpn made a bid for the Remedy two years afro I have been i r fi
-Bank of Osceola County I ROBBED OF $ZSsoo petroleum spotlight by announcing entirely well; no constipation or other I '1
yt BURGLARS MAKE ESCAPE the "world wonder well" a several trouble." It is a simple harmless 10'I,

jJ Hours: 9 .. fo 3 hundred barrel gusher of high gradeoil 'preparation that removes the catarrhal {
""- p. m. After chopping down all telephoneand from a depth of only ninetysixfeet. mucus from the intestinal tract

telegraph wires leading into This well has since settled, and allays the inflammation which
town. two unmasked bandits and I'' down to a considerably smaller rate j causes practically! stomach, liver
possibly others, cracked the 'safe' in of production but it is still a mar and Intestinal ailments including ap-
K the Largo State Bank at LargoThursday I vel to the oil world and] one of the pendicitis. One dose will, convince or

j 4j ,, The Brnnh With th' Ability morning, and made off! most profitable shallow wells on rec I money refunded. J. Z. Robenon, and % '
r with $25.500 in cash and bonds. Larsgo ord. (I'druggist everywhere. 7', ,
and Willingn 10 Saw DEPOSITS INSURED is a few miles south of Clearwater Arkansas Gets Into Limelight I .

( in Pinellas county. I Arkansas near the Texas and No farm is modern or progressive

The men had previously Jimmed Louisiana borders came into petroleum I I however fine the cattle or ,
ty! the safe in the office of the Atlantic machinery, -f.
ten
I, prominence days after the if the farm house has not ruariaM .
-. a S .' I.I Coast Line railroad, and taken about Fort Stockton strike with its sensa- water and other conveniences. .6sr 6



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