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 11, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00998
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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KISSIMMEE CATTLE CHAUTAUQUA ENDS TODAY DIVERSIFIED PROGRAM WEiAND ::1
RENDERING FINE PROGRAMS FOR SUNDAY"CONCERT "HOW DO ?

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-COMPANY IN HANDS The chautauqua now in progress BACK -TO THE CONSTITUTION"That The following program hat been
Is highly spoken of, and a special effort arranged for the entertainment to begiven THE CITY HE MEANT U
will be made today to hove thelarle Sunday afternoon commencingat
: audience that has thus far coo four 'o'clock under the leadership
OF THE RECEIVER been present. This afternoon and of Conductor J, N, Galligher, by- the 1 I ON THE BALANCE SHEET
this evening: there will be diversified was the slogan suggested by Governor Hardee when he Kissimmee Concert nand I

J. W. Miller programs of considerable ..interest addressed the Newspaper Fraternity being entertained by tlC! .Rotarians Overture-"Raymond"' _n Thomas t
Appointed He Court -
by and neither of them should be missedby Intermeno.!' hands of Night".. Sartettie hjr Lcd Afeervey At
As Receiver For $250,000 Incorporation lovers of lectures and music.J. of Tampa on Monday evening last. i _..Frl..lland I I Chamber .f Cauaar c..ti.,

,I -Small--Asset- Reported L. Beaman following the bereavement "Back to the Farm... "'Back to Normalcy." "Back to" this and Popular Selection-Robinhood Jingles--(a)-_Feather D.Koven Your That Needed Data be Seenred.

The Kissimmee Cattle Company by the death of his wife, that are all right in their way the Governor suggested; |jut he ad- I Nest - Johnson ,I That this city" should make public
left Wednesday for Fort
on b
Myers ( )-Margie Conrad
ago incorporated with a capital some half-dozen of $250,000 years, of returning with a niece of Mrs. Bea- ded: "What Florida now needs more than any one thing to make ]"anlallla-Nautl'al _ Tpbani Its standing all funds In a-financial their actual way af condition regards i-.

.41 which $150,000 wad said to be paid maa. who had come to Kissimmee to the state what should be is 'Back to The Constitution'." Patrol-American - - Meacham their possibilities, the
I attend the funeral of her aunt. National Anthem _ amount
up in foil, l is now In the hands ofthe I)I e 'I Key due the city and by the 'Jty-wa.
receiver, J, W. Miller, who willproc..c'd II Governor Hardee won the hearts of the newspaper fraternityby the suggestion made' at the meeting

to take steps to turn the his talk at that gathering. He is stepping out in the official fieldas of the Chamber of Commerce on
holdings into cash and realize: aM'I MEMORIES OF GOLF ; HAVE WIRE-TAPPERS ]Friday evening by Attorney Oeo'rg
much as possible for those interestedin a One Hundred Percenter- and if Florida within the next four' I I.. Garrett The suggestions he made

the incorporation. years fails to join the One Hundred Percent ranks the reason- will be brought out some argument, but.
e> The company was a close corporation WHEN SPORT FIRST i TO GET RICH QUICK withal the ideas met with approval,
-all stock being held by the easily traced to the fact that the people of the state failed to cooperate "As matters now stand there Is none

members of the Carson family. There with << in Hut city who has the least idea

were twenty-eight thousand l acres of STRUCK I STRUCK. KISSIMMEE? of just how well off, or badly off,
\I' land owned by the concern, and the JdSSIMMEE Kissimmee may be." said Mr. Gar-
purpose of the company was to develop I GOVERNOR CARY A. HARDEE I rett. "I 1 am not saying. these things
a magnificent range to produce J. Hamilton Gilleipie Talk Of Kitfcimmee Here' A Hunch for Those Who' of polities'-nor am I

a C. vast A. Carson number, of who cattle promoted and horses.the and Golf In The .Sarasota 1 Would Grasp Coin of The Realm. | endeavoring any resolutions to have of censure brought or about com.mendation .

company, was then president of the Times of Last Week Right Off The Wires If- for anyone. I don't want
State Rank of Kisximmee, and theprospects to have this body 'endorse'
any special
for a valuable proposition When I arrived at Kissimmee for PLANNING FOR FAIR I I BUSINESS COLLEGEIS Wiretappers are working in Flor- candidate for any office, or anything
were excellent; so excellent that the the first time, to make a golf course ida again this winter, and Kixsiinmee of that sort; what I want is to
value of the shares advanced from 1 i for the Plant System I became an appears to be headquarters for at have the financial condition of the
par to $1.10:! -although there were no I, object of suspicion on the part of EARLY NEXT SEASON A PROBABILITY at least one gang, says the Tampa city known to this body."
transactions following. ; !the citizens. They saw me employing Times. "It seems to m.," h. continued
4 But there came some bad times for I men 1.0 remove long grass and William J. Holmes of Bernardsvife. "that it would not be a 'great job to
the stockmen, and the anticipated I weeds from the shore of the Jake, Commissioner Go Upon Record A* Opportunity Now At Hand to Securean N. J., a tourist basking in the learn what was needed.. I think
profits failed, it is said to materialize. pacing mysteriously back and forth Florida sunshine during the winter three men could do all the work IDa
; Still faith in the enterprise was I' from various points measuring and Favoriaf Big County Fair to Take Institution Giviaf Premise of months.:'and a probable settler In this day, in co-operation with the city
not diminished and the efforts to jotting down in my notebook many Place Early Coming Year Great Excellence state is authority for the statement clerk. We ought to know the assessed
build up the herds continued. When I figures, and putting up. seeminglyat that at least one gang is or has been value of the city and by figuring
.the State Bank commenced to feel random poles and rags attachedto The home demonstration agent A. H. Perry, who has had much wording and that Kissimmee has the millage it would not be difficult
the pressure of hard times there each and then between which' and the farm demonstration agent experience in the management of institutions been the headquarters of the confidence to arrive at what the city should receive
were transferred to the bank as I continued my perambulations, finally appeared before the county commissioners of this sort-both in thin men. during the course of the year.
needed collateral eight hundred boring small circular holes near on Monday with the request state and in other sections of the Mr. Holmes says he has been art- By deducting. the sum actually received
shares, with the suppositionary val- the base of the aforesaid poles and that the board should go upon recordas country-has. been in Kixsinunee this proached twice since coming Into the from the amount which should
ue of Sl.'iO: each making. a total of carefully scattering the sand from favoring a complete county fair week, "looking over the ground" andis state; once on the train between have. been paid in we will know what
St04.000-but even this additional the holes muttering evidently m incantations early in 1922. Miss Smith and Mr. highly pleased with the opinion ho Jacksonville and Lakeland and the still due the city. And there should
asset did not prevent the closing of as I did so. Wilson explained their appearancethus has formed. Arrangement have second time at Plant City about lie tabulations regarding all the
the doors of the institution last year. All this was curious enough; but early in the year by the fact been made for suitable quarters for three weeks ago. Each time the person funds. We should know alt about
Since that time the affairs of the when it came to my aimlessly hittinga that the promise of such an exposition what will be'styled the, "Kissimmee making the approach proposedthat the municipally-owned utilities
cattle company have not been in the small white hall all around the would stimulate' the work National Business (College" they 'go to Kissimmee, which ha their cost and the sums received' for
best condition'and it was generally track laid off by my poles, using dangerous throughout the county-not only "National" being the title under says they claimed was headquarters the service they render. All of these
supposed that a receivership would I looking weapons savagely among the adults but among the which the various colleges conductedby The approach on the train between things we should know---but I doubtif
t be noon brought about. Death cjir- : round my head, and evidently never children who were taking up workin Mr. Perry are known. I Jacksonville and Lakeland was about anyone in Kissimmee know; I am
rind! away the head of the institu satisfied until I had deposited the various lines; and exhibition ma- Mrs. Etta Lee Kerrin. who has the middle of December. bringing it up because it i I..* a timely '
lions which had formerly flourished ball in one or the other of the small terial cannot be prepared at a brief been long associated with Mr. Perryin While not remembering the name matter-one in which all are vi-
--and receiverships came in vogue; i, holes when I immediately' picked it notice. It is necessary that special the college work accompanied the of the station the first approach was tally interested--and one which
and with that condition came the nut again and resumed my labors, preparation be taken.So latter in his visit here and is still made while the train was waiting for should be ardently taken up by this
need of realizing as much as possible I it became necessary to send the town enthused were both representatives in Kissimmee engaged in making another train to pass at some point association and by every resident of 0M.
for those who were to be losersat marshal to probe thoroughly into the of public progress that the known the complete details. of the institution north of Orlando. The alleged\ . leant to some ertent. It is for matter, which he did, and reported commissioners decided to go upon which is in contemplation.It man introduced himself. as a "Mr. done I am not going tosuggest-
rtiirposc of securing nil available to the mayor that the stranger wasa record as favoring the projectandfrom is plainly recognized that unless Spencer" and with a 10-minute stop Lot It can be done without great out
to' effect the most satisfactory suspicious character and in his this time through the year there can be !secured a certain num they had walked out of the train and lay, I feel convinced. .
1 Qtthe that this last step. has opinion should be arrested, beingevidently there will be special efforts made by ber of pupils with which to open a i I was sitting on cross ties near the "Once' the report is made and con- s
taken. unbalanced in his mind, the county officials to urge their coworkers -i I schobl of this character the plans i i track when the edging in process bee ditions are thoroughly un.leo-..tCM.d we
r An inventory of the stock on the and although harmless and quiet in \ toward a hearty support. could not he carried out; and there I Igan. hall k'low 'better! how to conductthe <
range brings out the fact that but his present condition would be saferin Both Mr Wilson and Miss Smith are i are, therefore, being efforts made to "Spencer" began! the conversation city We shall know that there
14t2! !i bond of cattle have been count the town calaboose! very confident there will be a most secure the minimum number. Once 'something like this: "You see that are many taxes yet unpaid-and maybe
t>although it is believed that the Luckily the mayor knew all aboutme creditable; showing when the county this is assured the college will stand fellow yonder. He is from Detroit able to collect them. This i is all
stock not vet found will add several and told the perturbed citizens fair is "on." upon its merits -and the projector of land i is the man that helped Jutige I have to say now regarding this
hundred more to the aggregate. that I was introducing to their towna --- the enterprise is confident that the Anderson of the Michigan city clean matter--but I'd like to see torn
I' There are also some range ponies." Scotch game called !golf and although WINTER HAVEN TEAM college will be a valuable asset for ur $40,000 in a bucket shop, game. steps taken to accomplish what I
I ta. owned by the Kisximmee Cattle t he personally knew nothing COMES TO KISSIMMEE this cityand county-and will benefitin I While I do not know his name he is have suggested. ''
T Company; and there are, also, the about the game, he felt assured that i an educational way those' who seekto '' the man all right.: Tbe papers carried Other speakers. followed along. the
28.OOO acres of land. T would turn out to be the pioneerof Saturday evening of thi> week will' better themselves. It will, also, j much news about the mysterious same line and the general sentimentwas
Mr. :Miller, as receiver, has madeno more prosperous times, and that come the final game of basketball be the means of drawing to Kissim J man helping! the judge and his dis that something of this sort
official statement either as to the they should welcome me into their letween: the Winter Haven: high- mee many from outside the city. appearance." should lie brought about at an early
assets liabilities or the future midst. In a very short time I had school and the Osceola highschool- Every citizen in Kissimmee\ i in I In the meantime the supposed date. Mention was made of the taxes
I plans; hence there are no foundations these selfsame citizens: enthusiastic the game to take place on the local II deeply interested in this business! col-, Detroiter was walking toward thetwo due the city from many individuals
), for the several rumors regard. players, and firm supporters of the athletic grounds. This promises to lege and Mrs. Ferrin l is meeting with men, and just as he was even one case being cited where) one prop
', log the affairs of. the company. game, be productive of good spurt-an both hearty co-operation (tom all quarters. with them, Spencer yelled: "Hello! ei ty-owner was. indebted to- the city 'I
r I'' A At) another' time I was nearly shot teams are in good trim. It is the I Once the Kissimmee National there\ ; Detroit. The supposed De in the way of taxes) and penalties
bv an excited and inebriated cowboy, hope of the local l team that the attendance Business College shall have made up troiter immediately asked why he and Interest to fully nine hundred
FAKE ADVERTISING IS who spied me as I passed the saloon be large--the its initial class there will go out was being addressed in that manner dollars-and the suggestion was
in my red coat (Golfers wore redcoats tion being may made that "the from this city much good publicity; Baying he was'not from that city and nrade later that it would be well for
in those days.) Luckily for m needed." dectara-I and there will be one additional incentive knew nothing about it. the individuals and for the city If a
CONDEMNED BY THE he was restrained in time, and I -- --- for those with families to 1 Mr. Holmes says a few words passed ("ose' corporation could be formed to
passed by oblivious of the very nar- The Lenten season commenced on come to Kissimmee and make their between the two strangers with buy in these properties sold for de- ;
row escape I had of performing asa Wednesday. permanent homes.RUNNYMEDE. Spencer charging. the other fellow linquent taxes, and. when the redemption
target at close range. This man with being "Judge Anderson's" mysterious did not follow within the
CHAMBER COMMERCE also soon became one of my sturdiest friend, until the fellow finally stipulated period, the investor would
supporters. admitted his part in the bucket hop become owner of the tracts; if they t
From being a suspicious characterI TAMPANS ARE HOSTSTO LODGE game. Spencer then asked the were redeemed the Investor would
If Merchaats Sit Tight The Chamber soon became one of the features, stranger to put himself (Spencer) realize a good Interest upon the investment
q. of Commerce Will See That The so to speak, of the place. One of and Mr. Holmes on to some way of and the city would be the)
Bean Are Not Spilled the clergyment of the town used to LIVE LOVERS OF F OPENS TODAY WITH cleaning up a little money. Spencer beneficial gainer in any event-a* l
come around with me regularly until pulled Detroit newspaper clippingsto the delinquencies would be turned
some of his flock remonstratedwith show the second con man that hewas into the city treasury in cash.
Merchants oX this citv at least
those 01" them who attended- the recent him for, t presume, neglectinghis PENCIL AND SHEARSEditors INFORMAL DINNER in reality the confidential" friend Just what steps will follow the (
of the Anderson. made these line
"Judge
of the Chamber of high duties. I saw hint'! but seldom suggestions along
meeting thereafter. The most noted visitor As per request the stranger refer- is not possible to say at this time;
Ccrnmerce! grafter-are that tired "is of within the e their"erVsrfflng I had was Tom Tiger Tail the of State Are Guest of Tampa Plant Have Been Perfected For Official red to a chance game! at Kissimrnee Lut it seem a fact that the people i

rr.idst" from the late fall till the chief of the Seminoles. He had come Rotarians at Banquet Long to Be Opening Today, With Infor saying/ he was going to stop off who are prompt in paying taxes ,
the up t the lake from the reservation to I Remembered mal Dinner This EveningJust there and that if Spen erand Holmes with which to carry on the business
early "prinll'-the man or woman
who intervals with interview the Indian agent, and taking -, would stop off he'd see that they of the city do not take kindly to the
,, comes at frequent in all the sights, he, of course, ; cleaned up at least a few hundred plan adopted by so many allowing
some "new scheme" for pulling the Tersely told and emphatically emphasized off the lake-lip-kissl'1t' bv the
included me among the side-shows, dollars. He went even into detailsas the levied taxes to become delinquentyear t
from their The busi- trees-
plunks purses. around. Tampa did herself proud to how to play and how to stop. after ,
and followed He
slowly year.INCREASED
rees nren admit this to be a plan me this past week-and ever since the I Lies Runnynv'de; Holmes claims that when he informed I ... ..;
that has| been in made an Ideal gallery, quite in con : Warmed the _nd cooled I
so long practice opening of the wonderful exposition by sunlight them he had purchased his. THE SALARY "
trast to the usual crowd that came ,
that it is easier to pay the price of which has never had a superior in I'I I by the breeze- declared
the graft, turn in the cony, and be to see the new game. He never opened the state-for there seems to have Lies Runnymede; he ticket had to purchased Lakeland, his Spencer ticket to Orlando j 1 j OF FARM DEMONSTRATOR r
still
rid of the pouts, than it is to stand his lips, and stood perfectly( been nothing loft undone which could)'' Where the sun's last rays bright- offered I -
the third
Then
'. 'vhen' the player was addressing the I' party The commissioners were
the hesiegement and listen to the bring, credit to that thriving city! glow from the west-- their hotel "I con-1' county
to pay expenses asked at their last meeting to consider
pleading of the fakir. ball.The Thousands have enjoyed Where the night-echoes lullaby Na- '
late Tell Clarke of Orlando, every moment I tinned! to decline the offer said Mr.
Instance were told at the mooting spent in that metropolis. which ture to rest- informed an increase in the salary being 1,
of some of the plans "worked" by was my strongest ally in these earlv has thrived and grown great because And gleams from th' moon shimmer Holmes Thursday "and to paid the farm demonstrator Leo II.
that I would proceed on
and to be forgottenday them related of
days, Instances
one r.ever Wilson. were
who in
these travl'lingraftpr" th' lake's breast
see
fix: men there "did things" in a fU on -* "
tins state ouch excellent chances for was the formal opening of the ion of true camaraderie and the Lies Runnymede.The Lai'eland. I, the salaries paid bv other countiesin
the months which in the links at Kissimmee, when he and I ; h-1 The New Jersey man, who i is a the state-and the excellence nt
ending| proved all the .t
mo exacting
former blacksmith, having made a ,
.1I.YE'd' a match of eighteen holes 's ? Work that has been done by Mr.
orth frigid and unattractive.No
i are have demanded It was a case dinner to be served at Runny- .
of carnage work, automo- .
cialty
matches andthe '
WI. were evenly p Wilson praised The only hFsrtutu -
city has bnen free! from the pests very pledges wore carried out-one of tlll'i[ mede this at six thirty was
Lodge avid the
fll1d'theh"ve done more to harmlegitimate game was dose, while, so far asI i evening I jbilv and carriage painting{, t ( n on the part of some of the officials
factors which help all future like- will witness the successful( termination two men left him when they decided,
stead
I remember, the play was verv regarding increase was
well calculated advert in !l dollarand n(! than cnn cents be. ,, and quite a creditable exhibitionof events. I of long months of patient I he would not get off ut Kissimmee.hand the> fact that "it any was the people' jmoney"
The banquet tendered the editorsof and bv Edward
the game.The planning performing J. I that he didn't see either of them being handled. The outcome
Even the 'Vhow.s" rominhl're/ will gallery was large, and very in.tenllt..d the state on Monday evening( '' Krause owner of that mo-st I I/I't off at Orlando or Kissimmee. of the matter was that rather than ,
induce themto
merchant and
hasten to
a most enjoyable affair. The the shore of East
attractive
proved spot on Mr. Holmes hm second approach and
I to says this
invest dollars in a printed placard rooting, am sorry say lose !Mr. Wilson to county
great dtnmgroom of the magnificent Lake Tohopt'kalij'u-.and the culmination the con men was at Plant
by
in'a manner quite contrary to theetiquette allow some other locality, which had
k to hang, near the proscenium arch- of the game and! very muchin Tampa Bay hostelry was at "cararity" in part, of the plans of the Citv about t three weeks ago Therehe already made.. overtures, to secure
of thorn will extol the i
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and merits
some the stroke ot the hour about
on -even will have been brought
as
owner met introducing himself
man I
Kissinr a
of the advertiser until the audience my favor as chamnion of him, it was agreed that his salaryshould
though crowds later crept in and have l been issued for !Mr Lloyd, from Lowell Massa
InvijfiMons
becomes tired of the nlan. But mee against Pell Clarke, who plavedfor I a be increased to' $125 per .1
found a resting Spot somewhere. Ev- I the- which will he carried on chusetts. The acquaintance was s
all these things J be dnpr the supremacy of Orlando. The opening. I, month-the increase to commence<
wiJ a.way feature of the entertainment
ery was from three this afternoon till made Saturday afternoon with ,
businelta will but gallery accustomed to the ethics of today on with the first of the current year.
ith-il the
work In unison and !follow men the plan baseball, could see no harm in ex :' clever -and the extensive program the. following midnight-the last I' Lloyd asking the New Jersey man In addition tf this Mr Wilson is paida
I
A proved the ability of those in charge. three hours of which will be devotedto about good hotel accommodations, -
pressing' their opinion on the various small sum by the federal agricultural
:
the Chamber of ComA '
I as outlined at There was nothing to mar the festivities -! Mr. Holmes had told Lloyd
shots, trying: to rattle !Mr Clarke, in dancing-an able orchestra furnishing After department
ncrce meeting. which they su eeded. Luckily formewe -and the few brief speeches music for the afternoon an.1the where he was stopping, the Lowell -- --- -
A committee of three ha been apContlnued i (Oontlrtii on ""If" Five) has SAid he was on his to SPECIALIST '
were personal friend, and I hon- I' I entire evening The Lodge stranger way POULTRY
( on I'aw Ten - - - - --- -------- back if he
estly did my best to curb the enthus- been charmingly improved and furnished Lakeland but would be WILL BE HERE TUESDAY
WERE PLEASED iasm of the rooters The upshot wasa ing for rooting. at Kissimmee and all -while its environments have didn't like it there.
VISITORS victory for Kissimmee. and a resolve -.parties were photographed, in time not been neglected in any particular; On the following Monday afternoon Miss. Minnie; Flovd, state poultry
{ WITH RIDGE COUNTRY on the part of Mr. Clarke not honored fashion, the principals being the plan being to create a "homey" Lloyd returned to Plant City stop. specialist, will be here on: the coming -
to return to Kissimmee as a golfer. "took" making long putts at the last hostelry where they could best" be Ding at the same hotel with Mr. Tuesday-her purpose being to
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Tunnicliffe of Thi match forcibly reminded me of hole with the town notables .gazing, served who could best appreciate.The Holmes.. This time also "Judge An assist the home demonstration agent '
Saint Cloud, drove over from that a celebrated encounter between Tom wrapped in seeming awe at the skill affair bf today will create an derson" figured in the speculation Miss Albina Smith in her work
ft city Tueaday to. be the guest of Mr. Morris and old Willie Park which shown in the successful holing of the impression upon those attending but "Judge Anderson" now lived in throughout the county. The two day
and Mra. S. J. Triplett. It wa* their ended In a regrettable manner. The putts which will be resultant in bringing Boston instead of Detroit. Lloyd will be extensively used. In looking
1 first visit to the Ridge country and miners near Mmselburyh were What a difference nowadays in the greater pleasing publicity to not only had rehearsed( a story of a desire to after numerous detail
asp they were greatly pleased with the "t.ronlr supporters' .of. Park, and BO really good and well conducted tournaments this county but to<> the state; and few make some money with which to y "
change of scenery from the Rat.FII strongly did they interfere with old to be witnessed in a score of those so fortunate. to ber"among clear the property title of his home.an Even lazy peopleare perfectlywilling
co.untry.-Lake Wales High- Tom that the referee stopped the of Florida towns any time during.the those invited" will have the temerityto indebtedness acquired by a heavy to acquire corns on their
f play. There was luckily no ill feel. winter. remain absent.' (Continued on Page Ten) hand hom handling hard cash.



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I OKEECHOBEE CATTLE CASE GOVERNOR SAYS STRONG Jag bajfina. Corn Is 'a rank' feeder

-i I. youknow 1 RECEIVES-COURT--- 'DECISION I THE'' WATCHERIt PUBLIC. OF SENTIMENT OFFICES IS BACK NEEDED and plant can feed.readily Stable take manures care of ,lots' with of

you can rollcigarettes Rull! Bans'. will have to pay taxes some commercial and probably a little -
nfter' fight that went to supreme nitrate of soda applied at the
:;>0 ood ts.urt' was written at first pre war,,, The Tampa Daily Times of lasTuesday time of jilkinsr will increase the ..
contained the '
I On Monday Judge K B. Donnell next pre-war, and now It is prewar,, following Intervlcw yield materially. And last of all
torlOcts made known 'his decision in the famous /and 't has :probably come .to stay deer with Governor Cary A. liar. prepare to keep out'the weevils when LUC

from Hull HUSH, case that has been of ; the 'corn in gathered. You can't go ,. ,
"Four weeks
Would the officers who in the
were resnpnaible !governor'schair
no much interest. and no long I standing wrong Mr. Farmer, by1 growing
for the has Impressed 'me with the
Concatenated Exhibitions this '
or some
corn
one spring.Yolr STRIKEVlTb
bag i J'
,
1 Thin 1 Is Iho C'nM of' taxes' for th i of !Pelirlous!.:\ Sin in our town fuel that Florida needs to !fret backto '
stock men of. Osceola county
lant week 1ro" willing\ ,to be rcsponnible the constitutional head of liUK, wherein! Mr, Hans in
i year giving have little for the
or no use countyallent'
for the as intended the tram '
by
consequent kiss to
I I", rattle\ gave the number usMiO money ; TOASTED", .
.service but if
our rillfcensT Wonder if they would?, era of the (constitution, and san so fare you e.
( ) l ead and the tax
: > assessor 1 us- will wake realize
and the
!sooner
i If' not, do they consider that "the economy lending to the reduction: up
iH'Snod him 'with ")OO. lit- refused 1'0pay
you grow some feed for these
city needed the license money" a unnpccHsary: officials, acid Governor range
the taxes and the light llIrl'JIn
/ cattle through the winter, the better
sufficient excuse for permitting such ('ary A. Ilardee in djxrussing Florl-
A'lnt'all the
the that
courts \ way off you will be. Let's more
da grow
polite govermt-ntal needs as viewed by
i to (the supreme' court.The banditry- him within a abort time after his in. feed this next year, for winter feed. CIGARETTENo
case was nrjU"\\ )before Jdugc j After( listening to the common language au IUIII.t Ion. I will be glad, to see the stockmen ,
i Donnell on "' lust .week, the of our; streets, the Watcher The governor also( stressed the here plant Napier grass Come to
i !tax collector of Okeeehol a county has decided to nrint I the following asa fact that his message to the legislature me and I will be glad to assist youin cigarette hatf
l being .represented. by (!. .V. I'arkeV I matter. of news: "Thou shalt not next April will dwell at length securing the seed. the same delicious r
loulity iitloiney, while' Mr. liass was take the name of the Lord thy God on I the' convincing need and the Now good peopte listen to thin: ,
represented by Johnston. & Carrel, in MUD; for the Lord will not hold l lI strong demand for reapportionment. The county commissioners of our flavor as Lucky
of KinKiinm: ant the findings of I
,1" .| him guiltless that takelh Hill name "I 111m thoroughly convinced that the : county went on record at their last Strike. Because
t the riiurl are ilK aware statcil.VV'e I in \'lIin." -=-- state: must have reapportionment( and meeting to let the county agenf, and
hate Leon l told that Mr. Bass Strike Is the
GENUINEBULL'DURHAM F shall throw all of home demonstration Lucky A
M I my strength townnl agent, put on a
Mild only a part of these same catlKiinio > According to the latest theinaugural .
dope "
securing it. said he. county fair this year) and now i is the toasted cigarette.
and that the Bold i
time part .
ago prngiiim will he somethinglike
Hardee brief time to
Governor; devoted a begin growing your produtlHfor '
:{ .1 h"( following: About tenthirtyin unit of his interview with Timesrepresentative the lend
wa-nly a fa\r.\ Everyone a help-
TOBACCO : the morning of March fourth, Mr. to the crime 'wave ing hand and let's fair that
on a
put
U.'II"I1Wllt11" not any too much onthe H.irdmg will call at the White Ile,use itself state will down .. @) .ZrOOOOOO.OOO..O..GO.O. -
@ I evidencing through the go in history as the best
c' ;LJk ::: runic" in iiuiHtion.VitJi and! be received .by President Wilson and nation. all-round .
fair held
; it'' Answering a question an county ever in
\ (HUH decision of the tout Soon afterwards they will enter an '
to whether the state is to take emphatic Osceola county. 1
L falls to Mr. HaKs tn the automobile anti ride
now pay together at the
( the tuttle t and head steps in helping the county
in question of
n taxes on i a procession to the Capitol.
officials stop the crime! wave and)
a\-i\ the cost of court which I'r'IIid..nlVilttUn .. ooo..Ot.
for OO.oooo.
ti> ,pay paying the gas-'
'run down the criminals, he stated he
will l be item within itself.A . When
quite some I they arrive nt their destination -
has been in correspondence with the
666 : mart| derision of this kind is t they will be greeted by a big sheriffs of some counties already, offering
moth lo'iH-fit to the people of Okeethulict lot of folks who have gathered under .
all) 1 to do whatever it is in hipower Now it is the
Bounty as well as to parts the impression that point-thing was
to help meet the situation. '
of I tlu- stale inasmuch. us section .
every about to happen. Mr. Harding will
will break a Cold. Fever and Grippe of the state has less the "The thing needed most in our law
more or mount speakers platform amt the .
enforcement campaign, i III a strong
quicker than anything we know, preventing (.ittie) -Okeec'holx-e: News. father of t the r League of Nations\ j 'I I expressive public sentiment back Home Grown Irish Potatoes'They'r
----- will hold his hat while he fires off"speech n
pneumonia. I Our( lady! friend says she dislikesthe ) that will be heard around the of the officers, said the governor
"and I am expecting the of
d".tlO'nury'aus.\' it spells words world. Chief Justice White : people
of the
dOl'll our .state to bring. about this senti-
so different from what she !.
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYAT.LAW - - -- oath supreme of office court,),and will OR administer the last word tJic ment. They are for law enforcementand : fine They sell at 5c : :
I "(Tnrlioroa! i i. I. preparation of the thing needed is for an ex- -
iru-hed soft coal carbonized at u lelalixfiy i is spoken, citizen President Wilson inession that will convince the officers .
/ low temperature It resembles will breathe a mighty sigh of relief- they have the support of the
Warner Building. . anthracite and is smokeless. { A little later this same Woodrow .public| at large which will at thesame
will pass down through the crowd time
serve as an advance notice -
,I and will look back at the newly-made t to I the criminal element Invading Don't forget Special Coffee
GOOOOOOOO..OOOO.O. r> president wrth a twinkle in his eye our state." our
I I as much as to say: "All right Warren In stressing the need of conductingthe
G.! but if that bunch don't take
AT ONCE---AII ''round cook the starch out of you. I'll miss my state government along constitutional -
; l lines, which' is intended definitely THE WHITE LABEL .
guess! ..
WANTFR-AT to place duty and responsibility
When I the exercises are over President p
Governor Hardee said sane action
good waiters| and waitresses larding will get into another will l he followed at all times.
automobile and ride to the White "L. have relieved myself of the first
(House, the gas being furnished' by I considered needed
thing prompt action -
Apply at once in person or address, "RUNNY- the government When I the presidentand on entering office and that was
Mrs. Hnrding enter their new
the reorganization of the state road R. S. FLOYDPHONE
home it will be with the best wishes! said
department, the governor
MEDE LODGE/ Runnymede Florida. .1'l the great American people who Governor; Hardee, with his wife
1Uwm a vote of confidence arrived Monday
in Tampa early
greater than any ruler has ever received morning, and will be here until 176 302 BROADWAY
before. When Warren G Tuesday! night or Wednesday morning I
Postoffice Narcoossee Florida
larding hangs up his hat and /gets )He goes straight from Tampa ). ...... ........ .0..0..000..0. .*..
down to work he will have before and
Tallahassee after
to spending a
him a full man's-sizecl job; to steer lay in his office he leaves for the _ _
.oo.ooooooooo..ooo.ooo.oooo oo o o : : the Ship of State through the breakers Everglades with the board of state
of foreign intrigue, avoiding the ions.
in tjtut
1' shallows of criticism at home, and Both the governor and his wife GAZETTE "WANT ADS" ARE WINNERS
'I the rocks of graft everywhere.
were guests of the fair directors for
a noon luncheon at Garcia's La Plaza
OSCEOLA COUNTY PRIZES /
.
restaurant on lower Franklin street
q. FROM SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR :Monday noo,... Monday night the ....-<<
governor will be the special guests
Among the prize winners at the of the Rotary Club at the annual Rotary The Sign Boards Point To The i.SubTropical i.
fair at Tampa should l mentioned, Press breakfast, at the Tampa
the prize'': won by Louis Guessaz, of Bay hotel which is scheduled to begin -
Saint 'loud. The winner is... a menl- at eight o'clock Mayor-Commis Mid-Winter fair
.ber of the "Rabbit Club" of the coup, moner Charles II. Brown, a former i
tv, which was formulated through banking partner of the governor at r
the efforts" of Miss Albina Smith and Live Oak, will have the state chief
IpiUQILEE_ for, which W. P. Morton Jr.) of Jacksonville executive aR his special guest for a Tuesday Saturday
offered a splendid cup for luncheon at the Tampa Yacht and!
the member producing the mOISt Country Club Tuesday which will FEBRUARY 15 -. 19 -- 1921

4 meat at the lowest cost A pair of also be Governor's; Day at the faIr. I _--__-_ --0----.- - _._ _
-
registered New Zealand Reds was
given to club members in various FAREWELL ON MONDAY The railroads recognize its importance

counties food to and encourage much interest the productionof is.. being FOR DEPARTING FAMILYA and have given prices from all points. Vii ..,

developed-and this fine expositionwas .. .. .
farewell was tendered
very-"' pleasant
very successful. The prize wasa Falls and wife The roads fine. Hitch ,
handsome emblem and is known to Rev. O. B. are up your automobile -

'I',I, na'The the Honey'"Economy Club Cup of,"Osceola,. countywas church Monday, prior evening to their in the leaving First Baptist yesterday and simply keep going, until you reach

successful in the exhibits made for their new field of work at THE FINEST FAIR IN FLORIDA.
South Carolina.
at Tampa-members winning in the Marion .
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following order the first second, andthird The reception was given bv the --
rash prizes: Rosco Tyson AI members of the Mission, and Aid Societies Osceola" and "Lake County" Days
AIN of which Mrs Falls was a
.
ton f'nrtin, Doyle 1)nvis.Miss
Friday February 18.
Smith who is an enthusiastin member An interesting programwas .
conducted Mrs. H. M. Breaker -- ---- - -
by - -
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lines of ill much
all development -
SLOP iDfrAR.I5 < elated over the results of these displays .. president of the Mission follows Society. COME __u ENJOY THE FAIR WITH YOUR SISTER COUNTIES
The was as :
program
and feels that thestuit HOwell "
$ made will be resultant ill great "Blest bo The Tie That Binds by C. E. HOWARD W. R. O'NEAL A

!good./: congregation Prayer by Rev. Edward Secretary President

Address, -=Rev R. F. Hodnett.
1921 of Reading-Mrs. J. K. Lupfer.
Was Good
Hand lbrL a Judge Liquor"Since Address. --Rev. W. H. Dresch..
lea Fula Solo- Mrs.! Hugh Geigeiy.
a young.man I had a liking Address -Needs of our Church, by auuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu.uc
for liquor and was considered a pretty E. S. II all.
4 good! judge of it at one time, but Rev. (). B. Falls closed his work a ec
THERI constant drinking gave me stomach with the church and state with a
trouble which became ihromc.\ Mystomach I few spicy words that destined to 1 The boil I
I !: would have been valuable I mirth rather than to sadness on longer you
addition to a gas factory. Doctors' parting. After the song by congre-
-, did not seem to relieve me One clay I eation: "God be With You Till we
I IJ. : my druggist: got me to try Mayr's I Meet Again" hot cocoa sandwichesand j POSTUM CEREAL I
; Wonderful Remedy and I am now as cake were served. Thus closed I.
J. good as new." It is a simple, harmless the last pleasant meeting with Pas
preparation that removes the tor and people. I the better it is
catarrhal mucus from the intestinal These societies will perpetuate the
i tract and allays the inflammation memory of Mrs. Falls-and l the
,1 'which causes practical!" all stomach faithful work she accomplished in
POLL TAX NOTICE liver and intestinal ailments including Ki "lmml'l!'. Your reward will be such c
appendicitis. One dose will convince .
refunded. J. Z. Rob- The largest stationary crane in the
or money richness of flavor
erson, and druggists!, everywhere, world i... located at the Navy Yardin as would

i "A BETTER FLORIDA"IS Philadelphia.- ---- please most coffee or tea

STATE-WIDE SLOGANOF '
drinkers.

!! Notice is hereby given that in NO-FENCE LEAGUEThe AGRICULTURAL POINTERS IJ I c ,

"sjogan-sheet" of the No I This pure wholesome cereal ;
Fence League says: "With the elimination BY 1... IIV",SllN: COUNTY AU I' :IIT
order to for the I of free range we will have drink
qualify City
the eradication of the tick. The The fni'nu-rs in Onceola. county are contains nothing harm'J
t eradication of the tick will make letter in need of u staple crap that can be
Election poll )taxes must be l stock and better stockfarms. (grown year in and rout; one i ful.! Its regular use proves
'better milk and better meat.: With that will afford the moot feed In ton-
better milk and better meat we will a ge to the aero; and one that can be a comfort and an
paid or before Saturday have better babies and better chil- economically grown. In several issues economy. :
on i dren-which will mean better farms, of his paper, I have spoken of ..
nd jptterrove.!/: ., better homes and the culture of rice. I still am a I TryPOSTUM F .
February 12. This applies to ,better communities, a better people strong believer in this crop, and at
I and a better government It will U'e'sallp time, I am anxious (\ see
'make possible the beautifying of more corn (frown than ever before. I CEREAL Ia I
the ladies as well as the men. 'roadways and parks-and increased, Corn is i a universal crop over the entire {
attractiveness will make increased south and middle west.: I have i
9flt." noted from observation that a good :
I turn growing section in always a lit- "There's
: C.L. BANDY : When that expedition to Africa tle ahead! of the section that producesno a Reason"e
succeeds in locating the misqing link. corn. Corn is a crop that meats
it should go after the lost chord. with favor at all time It is used I, Sold 6y grocers everywhere I 4t
Tax'Collector for human consumption the year
I/:/' I The Northwest Square Deal daily ,round and likewise for all atock
I newspaper of the Non-partisan ,Corn is rich in corborhjrdrat, a Mad by ftrtum Cereal Co,ing Battle CreetMfch. S
f League at Aberdeen, South Dakota, constant essential to a balanced ,ra I'. 5
has gone into the hands of receivers. ,
tion.To
Many farmers invested. heavily in !grow good corn land ; 5 "'
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.. .THE' K1SSIHMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1921 -. TREK '"
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bombarded field-kitchen. You' left I I
I' her the chancellor of alootless_ ex-
Lumber TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK chequer, B.ut Believe yours respectfully -
At the Casino and
Friday Saturday
you'll ret your desert now and
4
--- it won't be pie, either. I dotft like

By, THORN to ,make this monolog, but I !guess Q ,
Cheaper! you haven't much to say. Now, my i
loving father, the only thing left for
j .-. ''';'"' - you to do Is to, lug that ..deathlistRggrandizer

t + ONE TIIORNISM .1 ,'I A Pithy Paragraph."Great the to from your room attic..ou and eject

I FLOORING ...___...___$:W.08 Men, taken up in any way ought occupants to your good net before
,
put on one
I
I'm not t all finniclty are Profitable Company.Car
the You didn'tgxpect
quit foot-lights.
CEILING ______ _______ 20.00 much of anythingbut I firmly [ l Ijle I you to
offspring in
I your ) spring up
opine that if Mother Eve had seen d front "
of like this what!
SIDING __..__________..__ 20.00 1 some of those "baby doll,,". dance 1 Sargent you right-about-faced and elevated M .
*
II |
I the other evening' at the Casino
himself to the floor above.
FRAMING ____ _ she'd have and whispered 1 "'Treading-With Reluctant Peel"When
_ ____. .34.00 i nudged : I' Shortly a muffled shot indicated to .3
'' Bee an advertisement announcing -
"Adam, don't you think you'd betI I I you
the set that the ejection
that "women's skirts are younger
ler lead them there girls the first ,
I'" 'half off" it be taken matterof motion was seconded and put into
All dry and dressed and the freight 1 I thing in I the morning 'round to ; may as a effort. Id I
,
the flg-lrec?" I course hat it's the lower halfthut'M ti t
! "off." "Slainiy, we're fifty-fifty" the bo;> ,
'
paid to your station. We, skip I ___ *" murmured. Then he looked at the S:

I" solid or mixed cars of all grades *" IIIIIr' i Weren't They "Flavored RightAn sweet little piece of humanity whose t
i The "ll ile" 'Ihing 11 advertisement I recently read sex im designed by tiair-pins; and,

anywhere. Write to Up at LaCrange, Georgia a revi- i i wan from a Keeper of a restaurantwho thus he !spake: "Po you"Icm", and rtThere ;

J alist namm] Tunnell! is holding serviees. certified : "I I lost some of -my will you he a good kid?

Well, it's not a hard job to I lest customers through rats." What Looking up at him with her !beautiful r
Tallahassee LumberCo. I chef blue suspirion-allayers. the made "
sec through u tunnel anyway was the trouble didn't the
'
HI, i know how to cook "'em right!: ? answer: "I'm 'yours until death slipsme
I'
I Im'l'Irlanl-4't Probably correct I id *\ any passport."
TALLAHASSEE, I Two bank book that meet as one ;"
FLORIDA8tf
Says the Saint Petersburg Tunes' : Walchermeen( "Surpriaed"ways END.: I
There can never be another the Chipley Verdict : ,
Saint Petersburg beach! J. I). Nepper met a most -- -
-- - - -- something about Hawaiian music that can't under
Well, ban been piophesying is you
Ii anyone pleasant surprise Sunday ?
--or even threatening? when he arrived In Dothun RUB MY TISM stand. Why does it make you forget your troubles vand cares and

#" tic and found a little daughterat I above all the little jealousies and little; -tilings
DR. BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S Makes It More Binding Frazipr's hospital.The raise you petty mean

According to the Okeet-hobee News late !Mister Wrhstc-r said- Is a powerful Antiseptic and Pain I of life? I don'l know, but I have never seen it fail yet. Try it your-
there is to It', a 'ornmunty: tree 'in "Surprise:" : To strike with I woneie-r, '
that town on "Christmas Eve Night." astonishment or contusion, by some- killer, cures infected cuts, old. sores i elf. 4DON'T

I, I'm sure that will he much nicer than thin" sudden, unexpected, enrcmaik-
teller etc. Relieves Sprains, Neuralgia THE HAWAIIANS
FAIL TO SEE
-
#
''to have theaffair pulled off on able." MebbeNepper! ; has, been nap-
I Christmas Eve: morning a. m. The-re'
OSTEOPATH [nothing, like getting all these, little ping. *, 9t Rheumatism.
'details firmly t fixed in the minds of
4 Vn Epic In Slang

OFFICE AT RESIDENCE thepublic.. 'vI Pe-rsonallv I am strongly: adverse ... .A __ __"' __. __ _.. _. __. __"' __ __. _... __
: I * f'1'n,1 I ., -.-- virBUSINESS- .._.. .. ..__... ... ... -
,
to slang However a young '
I M here :Mixing Wa Card; i I
Corner of Clyde Avenue <'1 mine has sent me an "essay1.: for
1 hr OrlancUi,, Sentinel tell.shout
and Emmett StredflXllNG ptiHiCfition'); in this optimistic column,
5-, nuomwbo ":\1", Two-Hull Four- n
II'II' as he has the nerve I to silo his i
some at C. (C, liolf; CourseThat
name to the article I'm going to ''
i sounds pretty good to me-_Tid 1'111 how Francis Van Ranlt of .", >18Cnbannp
let the folks hugely emioje-d. it, fli Saint Louis, that 1
tb' stuff i hart! to da'e avenue
ifca get row - COLLEGE
f 'cm. break a rule nnd run the -.tuff.
I II' scinu-einc' would( mix riei 10fnurnrnt. -
The rule i is broken the more easily
ball or even a "fourrowtwosome
FORDS ," Ic-cHiise- I attended the Rotary Breakfast -
I'd li<% just plum tickledI
nt Tampa on :Monday evening
:
half cic-ath Y"um.
I I ,
)"te'f H* Rod I Iv'enot yet r0cerv'ed( mv pcjuililium ,
and other t things Here) is the
lIi..lrihlllinjnnlh'r Maul hful Y
tidewhich clustered "Fifty-
was
1-1
,
1 Savithe Tampa Tribune': "
II III
j The- KI"'II1I1IW"'nll'y Cni ; Fifty :
About U-ll.s his returnto
five ,
i -/ett i. inviting its re-ade-r.. |I upon FOR I''l.
That's Our Specialty I IK twenty four-foot ring. after aIsr.fitable
to take e-onsicle-riflioti ,41'IltIflnagien
"
] up
sojourn at his "" ;pandbC'n..1'I i
1 foiKissiminee'
I i government edifice, George; Sari'cnt., humming -
F idea. May
Of Course, We Do All Varieties of j V'1l:' 10 bulkbe-acling ne! Idle t lake one of the popular jazz .grand
i operas, was about to clamber up theMrirs
I V\Tll. that's one of the intentions
when he chanced to steer his
Automobile Work And We Do It of the introduction of the newer plan ,
hi valued gold-leaf
Head-lights into KISSIMMEE
!! I
anil there are others that 1'
-- many
fromod mirror the hall wall.
would follow in 1'lIpd', nuccession. I on l lI
R.ii1at
Was G!. S.; surprised at what delineated I
thank you. I II .. would
in that mirror Si y.
.S *
I "ou be surprised if saw the
N.ver (juiotot In KissimmeeSKY's Stp.tue of Liberty washing you her headon Following correspondence with and at the invitation of the Chamber of Commerce l !
the Pnlm Beach Post t :
( Eddie Hansell If Harcting wanted a quiet) Times' Square He resembled a of Kisitimmee. A. 11. Perry. President, and Mrs. Etta Lee Ferrin Director of the Girls'Departmenl
I in :
figure of surprise a wax niusee.'The
vacation' whv didn't he go picture in that frame was a -...- Ihe National Business Colleges, are in !Kissimmee to open a Bjisinesi I V
No. 18 Emmett Street I 'to Fort Myers, Or Kiasim.m0e' .
\crv fine reproduction of "TliP Unfaithful College here .
Wttake that ha< k.Almu.t r.ow.I
"
I Wife, from the brush of
---- -- -------- forgot that Old
Thorn i i. aver> the-re- that famous artist, M. :Mephisto. He here I will be both: day and night sessions and the college'will be opened just as soon tit
discovered that he had walked into
Even: when I'm euii-t- which ,is :
I | the parlor and wan staring at avery a. enough; enrollments are secured to justify
,
"X-I fl.ml'-Iv M.Ilom'r seon's to t tbe > \

j'/ Prentis & Thomas ,i'I :ii etHtre's something 11 nlti.y castle ItOInIon.in the .air Scmic'-toppling George's complacent-looking wife wns. in the young cmlivicc' man of Mr. Parry j'gamzed the great; Pan American College of Miami |II, several years ago ',

o\er. this Now young Hcrr home-wrecking Sargent<< did lust lr\what which institution: is one flf f (he best and most favorably known Business Schools in

*" most loving food. urniehers would the country. It. has enabled the young people of Miami to acquire their business
1- AUTO REPAIR SHOP Not Yet FaUlafHun !have clone. He trit.d1' to place a "Busv
Says the Palm Bench Pmt Bertha" into position. Tell me, all courses at home and has been a factor in bringing number of student to Miami from I

Kuinor has i-t that "Thorn" you gentle readers who are fortunate( I distant points .. ..
and Storage who' 'recently resigned! or Trough to have a little fairy in your'home ,
graduated from the staff of didn't he exhibit generalship T .
offered Kissimmee.
; same opportunity' now
.
,, the 1:. c. /g-, -Is i getting fat. Alas! Poor Sargent! Lacking, in "'" "A',h ,. .
Reliable information thesubject' I' The '
on II"o'
his movement the deftness .
k necessary established here that young'people' may. ..
is hard to get, but as it were, he found himself you< want a Business College so your

BRING 'IW YOUR CARS I a recentistor from Kissimniee peering into the muzzle of a light secure "here at home, without the expense and inconvenience of going" away) thorough

< seem relate'to that indicate appearanVie that fieei'picce! with his friendly enemy Business and Stenographic training and so that large numbers may he attracted here y ,
beh'nd the gun Are you gathering(
"Thorn" is a' leuM feeding nu-? outride points who will live and spend their money here?

In- face, 01 else Ii-i sufferingfrom I :Now on such occasions, isn't it altijrtther -'

We are Prepared to do all kinds of a will\] I balanced ration, fitting I and proper that one It you do we are here lo open the school within the next few days. We have the

: Nothing of toothpuk to do but vat sleep] , loaf ot I the the utter competitors lack of vocal should vibrations annihilate bjdemonstrating I organization .ind plans ha\e been: made to open just as soon as we have secured a .
WORK
BATTERY I
and y'ork-l\D\ why shouldn't one some of the King's minimum of 30 enrollments. That is a very small number, fewer than we expect to

Ia I J ir'-t fat? be fair and continue flourishing English( !i ? Well the skirt-grabber I secure but that will give us something definite to start with and will serve as a nucleus -
elected himself to do that very same
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ITS OLDEN TIMEHoop Paper Condemn PaperSays "Hello. daddy, he articulated.
the Jacksonville)] TimesUnion Did! YOU hear that ? Isn't he a fresh
skirt : cuy ? When George heard that he CHARTER MEMBERSHIP .
'Were worn Thormlvke in The Kissim- felt as if he just had gulped a swig
by those who mee Valley Gazette, suggests of handv-andy dopt. In order thai these :HO scholarships may be immediately placed and that the College f !

first BIked that paper I bungalowsis "Yeh." the kid said, releasing the may he started without delay we are going to offer a big discount to the first SO J

the druggistfor ; sure to come. Hold on, I rake, "mv mother your wife, gave; who enroll, who will constitute the charter membership. If you ever' expect to .

"OoldenMedical Dis now. dresses Let's first have the me an earful when I was old enoughto take a course, this is the time to act, because you will ,never again be!,,able :.to buy. '
1 paper fo we can see get her drift. She told me how
1 covery" put course in this or other school as cheap-as can now "> *
through the t thing. you deserted her as you would a a any you j
up by Dr. Wait a minute. Any doggasted;: ** i *' -

Pierce over newspaperman who'd desire anything :I For full information call-on Mrs. Ferrin at the" Chamber .-of lOnifnetEbrrooms: daytimes ., ....
fifty :years thinner than the habi-
9 ago. liaments the fair tissue-paper females are now SURPASSED HIS and at the'Graystone Hotel evt in gs. U tyo\t '(ar J1'ot''Call, telephone. 'or>VyrjtiC . . s
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k Len oi r wearing: would express a wish that ( .'
l y sr N. C. "Dr. his, gold crown in heaven should he EXPECTATIONSPort .RSESi'F''S'I-UDY "., Il/W..... : .

Pierce'sGolden I published everymorning.* Yes he COI1I : . az
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Med would. Yet there'll always be some
ical Discovery men snooping erroun with a desireto We guarantee that the courses or sttwly offered by thiH* artiool are eqUal to those 4 I..
Tamoa Man Tanlac Hal '
Is a treat; medicine for me In see more and learn more than is Say offered l by high grade business sc-jlpols. throughout the country and .that, every- advantage , '
building me Up when I feel run-down good and proper for 'em. I said the ; Put Him In The Pink Of Condition "' 'C
in health. It give roe strength and houses:; would be of reinforced paper; found\ anywhere-can 'ancl-'jtfjH] be', found.. 'th the Kiss. ; uijjee College .
fle h. I bave hoen using It at different and I'm telling; the t-u-mnn the 'I ."* I *

times for thirty years or more." FPM will be rlong! the same dres-I' "10m satisfied Tanlac is a great COMMERCIAL:\ COURSE) : Ho kk"rJllinglt nk'nK"' *: Bustnfes, Anthme'tft--:. ,. Rapid Calculation r

-MRS.. LUCY BEACH, No. J. that is, in Jacksonville. Uh-huh. medicine for I have given it a fair \ HUtoines.s .Enl/'Iboh,",(*' '....ori lcne Drugglste sell It In liquid or ta'',Ieta. #< trial and it has oroved in my case "

Kissimniooites, Have .\ Care that it will do the work," declared STKNOGRAHHV COURSE:::: Giekg-Skorthanil, 'TouW"TypcwritingBusines.; .Engxhsh ..

I I There is u clever] lI"h'me-even Robert Greene, of Port Tampa, Flor- Correspondence .., Spelling) ; ,lHnmanship and Off e, Practice .
though it is' old as the lakes, -being ida. '4' ' '. ,
CITY I i I worked in portions of Florida. A I "For; ten months before I pot hold SECRETARIAL (.,OUHSfThi's: i is a cornpfct ('fombjtiatfon of' the tab- courses '1

stranger rides his motorcycle' up to I Ii I of Tanlac I had been in an awful enumerated IIhoVl- nnd l js! ..inl'ndedfor.: .\h'offl: whuJ'\vish to qualify for highgradeSvciotarial . ..
the curbing wh r'h' ofmen run-down condition.Iv! '
i near + a group nerves t -
i executive '
MEA MARKET | are gosstpping and settling the seemed! to be on edge all the time ) and ppHitlqns.* *. J ,f -. 5* .
I affairs of the entire nation. AH the I and just kept me 1-estless" and uphetM . : : '. ..
|I rider dismounts he stoops and picks : :\ appetite went bark on me, my NORMAJ, COURSE( : Any cptfrscj listed ,above with! special" training! for those: who, ;

''up a handsome diamond ring. HeI stomach was all out of order and _. wish,, to teach Conrhiereisrl'srbJocta' .i in either public! or. private. schopls! ; ;'
Fresh Meat and I I hasn't any objection to khoit to several times I had acute nttacksT, : :' '

i the IIpN'tator"-lind the group increases indigestion, anti mv livl'r11" slug- '
VegetablesPhone i,I as the ring! is passed about )II | wi
I INo one knows to whom the I.l1uhlp'"elonllt. ''j'felt, that I didn't have any energy '
Someone suggests the fellow !'left. ,, -The President! of this; College' has been engaged in business 'college work !(or' "twenty- '
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44 should advertise it-hut he is in I "One of my friends recommended one years. l e'fe'rfnce5\ maci,;,'-io'Mhe Chamber. of Commerce. '01' any bank in 'Kissiinmee -
too much of a hurry to get to thenext Tunlao to me about a month ago ? '
town. Then he offers to accepta I I it has done everything I expectd :or any bank in Miami.'as. *to hyfs'responsibility." . .' ,
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I sum of money and. leave it with I and even more, and today I call "' . <
-- some individual to give Jo the owner myself in the very pink of condition. Individual Instruction: session; Dayand 'night. Diplomas i I ,.Awarded. Positions secured .' tl

666 U 'a prescription for Cold, I when that owner is. found. The man I want to he eating all the time now, ( ,

Grippe. It'i the mOlt who hands over the twentv-five dollars and everything my appetite call for j '. .. I .
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0 Feverspd__ that he'll be ahead digests properly without any bad effects
speed remedy we know.WantedLarge five" hundred: if the owner is never at all. My nerves are good
apprehended-and 'he would be if the and strong and I sleep sound all KISSIMMEE NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE :

clean cotton ragsif sparkler was worth more than three night long. My strength and energy I ,
: dollars. By the time the real valueof we come back and I can put in full

Gazette.......office. the "diamond" is ascertained the time at work now. Tanlac has put I .
In an IIttack of acute rheumatism diamond-broker has skinned several me in fine shape and I believe it will ( Owned and Operated by i Hie National.Businett; College Company) :

which there i i. much pain Ballard's more towns. Oh, this is a great life. do the same for any man that gives ,.
S t_ Snow Liniment is a necessary part The joke of it is that nothing couldbe it/a fair trial." C :
done to the if he he 'STn\c' \ is sold in Kiisimmee J.
of the treatment. It i is a powerfulpain man should' by .1 l
bT relief. Three size, SOc, 60c, arrested. No air. Not one -durned Z. Roberson and Central Drug Store
and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Kob- not only sane but h '* and in St. Cloud by the St. Cloud '
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, eraon'i Pharmacy. / I thorough safe I/( Pharmacy. I 'I/., I I

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VAILBY GAZETTE CAMPFIELD PROPERTYHAS
KISSIMMEE-
BEEN BOUGHT BY BARTON LAKE

. BETTS, OF WASHINGTON 4r r ,. .
Published Every Friday
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By Kisiimmee Valley Gazette Company, KUsimmee,' FloridaW. Twenty acres lying j on.he cast season. Orange-picking in this I perk I of, over the country-for this

B. Harm President E. G. Vans SecretaryW. shore of Lake Tohopekaliga, containing find the
, Agnew small : groves are starting out new
a orange grove: together
L. Thorndyke, Editor with a residence ready for occupancy .bloohi for another trough
outbuildings, farm equipment If Winter came Floridathis ( JfflJ .
Subscription Rates: ''and two hO have been purchased year he certainly dKI nol cheek

One Copy, One Year_..,...._?.__:;_____"'___________ ___:____$2.00 by Frank C.tSi Betts, who, with Mr... bin trunk to Barton Lake. l KviMVtliinir
One Copy, Six Months.??_._ -.. 1.00 I HcttH and a von' Frank, have conic '- putting out new growth and fruit.
One Copy, Three Months------.____ .50 to make their home 'In Osceola poun-. Guavas have boon bearing; fruit all
(through the winter months and
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-- --- Ity. Th? young man has been look- ,
(Enured lit the I'. _llc..tft'f' at Klxxlmmoe., Florida. an .'.rond..I., ..a matter. ) '''inir over the country for severalmonths peaches are now on the tree
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A. J. Lane i i. preparing to plan'inclons
i arid that
feeling there
All ..ommul1l..1. ?"H oxc (1'it from our :lUlh..rIKed'Dotr.. ppoiMXfnlHmeiii'il joust ti. were aryl l'ar"t'JIttllft' h'1 ><-- _
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> the . excellent possibilities on thin tract / r ,
>> Writer. .. i
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M. 1'. Tin ,11 is hit
It 11".1.,1mR".r will/ not be ceturnd unless iill.il for-- -which alno ban a two-hundred-f'l I cultivating = iM
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-- --- -- grove: and Wash Tyson IK pruning
flowing well --"uid hji !>aren'ItH.' '
I I TorelKn' Advertising: ; Ib.nre.minHve-,\ :: I I to view it. There was but little\ (\im- und spraying and l getting rvadv to I
I LT..i..I! r.R'CANyIH.SSSO: <'I M ION I It I lust in Imposing of the intcre-t1- plnnt garden truck. II

.---,- , -J.held., in. .Washington; 1). (" and the I ,I. :M. Cooper and family: nrcom P't. I
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red; by some friends! ], have been out 4
t FRIDAY, FEBRUARi21; ----I tian-for was made. :Mr, Iletts left {
Washington on Sunday here for a d.'iy's fishing in Lake Hnr".
_. I wearing M .
and Bnz ton Lake.
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hears topcoat as there was a sever I Lava
t SHOULD OBEY ALL LAWS I Harm. in. iiroirrcwiand was delight- Liinfer Tindalltn,1 Hn Tindall. o'
'led upon nix. arrival here where sunt- I Fast Lake. attended Sunday. school;
...., here ]last Sunday.A. .
KACH' law upon the statute books of the slate should he obeyed. If I mer lumd-in-hIlM.1.weather nnd l.Tbe Hlil ion"'l're troinir I Mcll'i'inld: ;' nsnde l a liiiino"trin es you can

i it be 'found! illy-devised and --mitigating against t condition of progress it : "n..ft'I', was made through A. to .Jacksonville on Satur,(lay.I .

1 tlionld be rendered *o obnoxious by its rigid enforcement that its repeal 1 K. Fosdick, of the StroOt Agency. 1 I Theehurch, here I n-iircl' vw.vmuch

vv.ii'lii! follow ; but there cannot be a discriminatory enfoicement of any - I tci lose Ui-v O H halls, who such a phonograph
measure'without much adverse comment. PROVES HER THEORIES"BY I II' much e'tee ni'd|; but the sincereIgratIaude
creating
and the appreciation fnM '
t Sr it. .is with the law prohibiting seining upon Lake Tohopekajiga and I THE RATS SHE. CARRIES II > part he bus taken in ex I../ltlp.1hlllllog.th"I' ,

Lake Last Tohopek liga. County. officials declare' they will u :\Ii" :\Iat'Ir": showvou
"ho'iII '
l bee l means to see that the intention of those measures are carried out. TheY I various portions if Osceolu vi\* t for.him. and! his family.-POOR fromrevi'rs :LET'lIS
< county!
Y s."re trictions do not apply to other lakes in the county and seining netttcek, will show conclusivi'ly i I| M \ .. .member to the new field of I Authenticity which :Miss I Rice

muy be carried on in the remaining bodies of water in the county without that women sir not iifraid of) 1'lIt-t I When AI'>I11.tI Hurt returned' fl'om'o"t'I.
1' far of molestation. for she! curtII. supply, of whiii .. .
< ( "* hi- was chnrged from
v"" owls\> with h,-i. :\li.Morse: i* stat, '' s/rsice lias si :-m-il. Tlr's i is tIll' (outstanding) ;,
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'In this particular the management!: of the Rosen !Fisheries stand "'llhIhe in :Michigan and there hes
dniry spi-ciaMst and will. he htnn> \t t
(oun' nffiriaU. and \\ ith The (j.ilte in the eflmt to prohibit , i uM-il H pl.,-ition and l has remained
seining\ week from Tu '" 'out l
-II" ". Meerveil, Iwo ",'111"111 thelAiinv f factvhicli' comes( ) < to \ ( >
you
(the two lakes a| mentioned ; claJinmg, however the freedom of ollie.lake" < Iiis\, <>, and'th, ,, :MisH All'inti Snnlliisit .
( I of O"'UI"IIOI'l( T.i-! -cek h.'
the In this detail Mr. Rosen within his 'Jaen \ scl) mils t tirnutrhout! I II'li'
in county. f entirely lights ,
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Ins: r tinned to visa ii. uncle. li\jd| ; ivcnTuesday
ititI
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county lilt ol'i'i't; I I" to tnTk! of ,Ili,, memorable) I < tone-test) t Fee: : .
and Ins he II.Tbuilt l with busines'-
induklivhirh up constant attention lo Il.irt, /and otliei"" iclilne-. His ( cim-
viihid. of milk and her exhibit .CI'nits I
will stiffen :Nor' "I in favor ol : > IIM-, complete. the li-i of >l limedUnrton
not should it. a-n nol seaming in either of ri *
to Illustrate in the licstn.in
i I" > in HheCasino.
November. ) 1'd2tI.> <
Lake enlisted, 1 her, ,
the Ifihopekaligds.. ( cad, Mr. Hoen "I am law-abiding; and di the law ner possible t IInsresults allll,1! I : rnsn ,
merely bars Iwo lakes in the county I am confining my industries the re ''f"mtriou.. r.itions,' and from whcii-, has; lit/| iK'I'fl "' l\;. '
inaming waters" there I hn** l bun no milk liet. It nit A Ill'vra (ol music 1t-: here.Mr. .

Thai all here If the residents. of Orseola desire '|' recogni/ed' '' that the tame result. i ielcn NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD
I is ( I is lo it. county (10 .
I in the ruts are produced in hu : Kdison; \ has lilted the phonograph) ) (
hate fishing: thai will attract the outside world in the two lakes with the :,i m'lIn.nd, l 'Ji.s: :Morse, who is no .

noted lilies it is a very easy matter to be brought abnul. Lvery county in ,:t tI stranger In llv evident of Osccol.i. Titkinir in the Tnmpi fair tlr- ,
I Florida having fishing facilities of any sort is anxious lo preserve those j county, will, make matters very plinii' '1\. (.cK have', hocn. nmonfr ..t 1"1',1, to the dignity a new era.
and to all so fortunate us to hear her. hum Phillips and l on, SI and) Hi"" .
facilities. increase them whenever possible it being a wonderful! capita! | '

4 in the eyes of the northern IlImlO
I hind in the matter. Under ordinary conditions in a very brief period Lake i, ROME IN KISSIMMEENo Cliniui, Now fork, ore plciisnnllyirnleii *

t Tohopekaliga. and Lake Fast 1 Tohopekahga would so abound with gamey ( corner of (Carolina and Klenth. with a phonograph; that imitates. Now ,

fish that the reputation of Oeceola/ county as a "fisherman's paradise" | "ooner did I :Mr. and :Mrs. Thom- ,I "- .

won Id spread over the continent and there would be an hundred stator* I I m Ho rers arrive from their former Mr and :Slrn.\ .Jessie i l'I'lInk.Ir: you want a phonograph) that equals
home in Wichita. KHIIHIIS, and look nail l :Mrs W. K. Pranknnd Mr. andMrs. .
here through the season where there now come ten ; and business in every ,
I OVTT the city for a brief time Wii i William Phipn.i were LakeWales
line would magnificently flourwh. they were imprt'pd'ith the excellence visitors on Sunday-rruiktiiK the hllt11an'oice..
Citizens should realize thai county officials cannot "do it all." and and the I'urroandinR's-and the trip bY' auto.

should be ready lo make complaints against those who are transgressing the concluded to buy and make this theiipermumnt lIfr!'. r.1.: Ri'h"r home. Within a short is visiting friend in Raint Cloud. : with the Official I !New
law. The officials have expressed tbeir sentiments and the matter is now the Goodrich astonishing lest 1 L..h"ralory1odt' of the
tins had selected
they A. E. Farmer has sold hn!
those who r proper- Edison to .rt. KistHmmee Lea-rd the !New Edison RECREATE
largely
up lo see illegal fishing. home c'ornl'r of Carson, avenue and tv on Maryland avenue to A. YT. prove : -
..,. Goodrich street-and they at once Hal!, of Syracuse, Now York. Miss Rice's re in direct companion with. \1,.- Race\

-#u;: : "'"> WORK OF 'I I HE NO-FENCE LEAGUE concluded n cnnh purchase for the The meeting of the New England living voice. So realistic wa the, !New' Edison's performance that
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II-.4'..... property. This will make, a handsome Society in the Grand Army hall on no one in the entire; audience could diMmgaish it from the artist t -
,. ;W- place, and there are opportunities Tuesday was largely; attended, and living
.. THAT there w'll: be a determined fight in die coming sr sioa of Ibe for improvement of the entire |I pnd a roll-rail] by stat'ea showed 28 voice. .

legislature over the_ fencing of ranges throughout-the stale is not merely property. 1 I f'0m :Maine, ten from New llampI M
The transfer was made a cashtransaction 'I .hire IS from Vermont 27 from
guesswork; it is a self-evident fact. The No-Fence League ts strongly or -and was, completedthrough Massachusetts i. four from Connerti- I. 7Tze NEW .EDISONYou
and has members in couVly Florida while.
gani/ed practically every in the agency: of the Nelson" ,'ut. and five from Rhode Island: !b1->
the Stock-Growers Association is gaining members to an unknown extent Nealty Company. 1-id<"> which others were present in .
there being but little publicity. given to the work of f thai organizationbut - -- r umiH-ri. sufficient; to bring: the at- yourself can have such" a phonograph. Let u< 'how ,

the work is being pushed most tenaciously.: I PERTAINING TO CHURCHES U nuance up to 11.r>. A rranfement) you exact duplicates' of the Official Laboratory Model vvhicb
.4If
were maile to have a n {'n'c at the triumphed io the lone-test. Let u< show the Certificate' ol
Thrbugkoul Osceola county but little agitation i is being made regarding you '
Christian Church J
Shaker Colonv on Wednesday, F 'huarv -
Authenticity which Miss Rice ha signed' after these
the No-Fence Law- but there seems to be a mistaken idea regarding oeo ) :J1, and l the drum corps wi", injecting
the stipulations of the proposed legislation. The "local' option" section Rev. W. H. Coleman, Pastor lie invjted. The program renderedwas instruments and in which she declare that these inMiumrnU are .

of the contemplated measure will give this county the right to bar the enforcement extremely long, diversified and .the equals in every respect; of .the instrument used in the tone-
I of the law be and will stockmen the 10:00 a.; m.-Sunday school. int..rp"tinl-and", there were num.I I test. .
to put through; give!: same 11:00 a) m.- ern10n. I to able "
free enjoyed. This point is rarely considered in discussing the Sermon, OUR encores! responded by -
range now : welcome performers You can bay your New Edison on a Budget Plan which ter
features of the proposed bill. The proposition, in any of its phases, is not A for'everybody-t-enpe- ". r'
", endorsed by the stockmen of this county, whose cattle are scattered overa cially strangers.tf", -- MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION so distributes the payment that you'll hardly feel thfm. ,

large territory':-as they claim the enforcement would work hardship; upon Holy Redeemer Church-Catholic COMES TO CASINO MONDAY '

t t them in various ways; and there .is found no member of the advisory com I Central Drug Store
millee of the league in this county. R..v.V.. H. Golden: Pastor The bold buccanrors of "TreasureIsland"
live again in :Maurice Tour
This advisory committee is composed of Burdelte Loomis, Pierce; G First Sunday of Lent. i firur's rciiiurkvhle: ] producItion 'II 104
BROADWAYDay
? V. Tillman. Lake Wales ;' C. W. Lawrence. Crooked Lake ; J. C. Swindell. :\1"0and' Ht>ly Communion I of the :Stevenson classic, which

Lakeland; A. V. Anderson. Avon Park ; A. B. Hawks Crystal Sprint ; J. eight o'clock.! ''come- to the Casino nt''ItI..nrlav: 41 Phone Night 21Goodman
school :Mi\ I Frum---
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Forrest Caldwell, Barlow; F. B. Sloneman Miami; Mrs. J J. W McCullum, Tress Sunday teacher nine oclols.I :i Mr. .Tourneur is a muster when it

S Gainesville; Mrs. N. M. G. Prange. Jacksonville; P. K. Van ValkenBur h. Epistle-- II Corinthians, \ i. 110. comt-s into to turning, grout sea stories .

Orlando; Will M. Traer. Jacksonville; W. J. Howey Howey; P. G. Sampson Gospel: \ -:Matthew iv ; 111.Text J. I in "The motion Life pictures.Line" and lie proved Conard's' it |
Boardman ; B. F. Tillmghasl. Crescent City ; J. Walker Pope, Winter of sermon: "At that time |"Victo, v." "Treasure Inland" con- I' : '

Haven: George R. Sims, New Port Richey ; Dr. W. A. Me Kill lie. Kruitland ..Jel'ul''a!' lud by the Spirit into devil.thedesert .liims this conviction. II |I-
to be tempted by the
Park; Harvey A. Heitman Fort Myers; together with Mrs Amos H. "\orris And when lie hat I facer forV days I on The the famous screen producer all I the romance pas retained anti) .: Woodall

't a O. C. Gillet. Charles H. Brown B. L. Hamner, Charles A. Faircloth end forty nights: afterwards He was | villainy of the Spanish Main that :

Edgar A. Wright.W. B.. Coarsey and Dr. L. A. Bize, all of Tampa. I'uugiy., Stevenson knew so well how to port .

$t. John'i (Episcopal) Church -ay. In excellent realistic detail he'' .' The :New Grocer:
ANOTHER APOLOGY DUE FROM KUKLUXKLAN / has reproduced the old Henbow Tav-I :.. :
Rev. L. K. Kirkliy Rector ('rn. where lived young Jim Hawkins ..
--- Next to Chamber
and his mother. The coming: of Bill I of CommerceOUR
: r ANOTHER victim this time a man operating a poultry farm just out First Sunday in I>ent. !I Bones the raucous sea captain, and ;

side the city limits of Jacksonville, has been taken by a gang of hoodlums. 10:00 a. m.-Church school liter of Black Dog; the fight over .;
severely abused and then tarred, feathered and brought into the city and 11:00: a. m.-Morning Prayer. the sea chest and the caoture of the : '; MOTTO
'. 7:30:: p. m-Evening Prayer. chart showing the location of Cap-I
turned loose. The maltreated naturalized American born in
j man was a
,' Rev. Canon Reyan and Rev. T. R. tain Flint's treasure! 4>y Jim; the expedition .:
: Australia, a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and saw service in O'Meana, LL. D., principal of Wy- I to seek thfe buried gold; the I PRICES THE FAIREST '

t' the late war. It is barely possible the Ku Klux Klan didn't do the job-- cliffe ('oll..gToronto, will be pres- mutiny, the battles with the piratesat i QUALITIES THE BEST I I.l .
I but may well believe that body guilty. ent and are expected to preach at the stockade, and the final success 'J I
i ;, these services. -all lie absorbing episodes that :1I
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; I Week-night<< services every Thursday haveXmade Stevenson's hook a de- I .:
,\. MEANS GREATER FINANCIAL LOSS at seven thirty. I lijfht; live vividly on the screen :: Good Things To Eat
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UNLESS emergency funds shall be furnished the shipping board the . >

operation of the fleet must cease, and the vast sums expended in the pa.-I We handle the best

,''i.1 trill largely be an entire loss. Congress, the lower house recently voted I o c n to o e very groceries

down an appropriation of this nature, the chairman of the appropriation e e it I. .

'. committee having asserted that funds should be secured by selling the sur- I to MAURICE'TOURNELJR' I. : to be had.

plus ship Chairman Jones. chairman of the shipping board declares that! p e 4 C I.I.I.t I. ,,

., such a course would mean the practical "giving away"of many shipsbe- ,

., cause vessels cannot be* sold at a moment's notice. What the great American h I ,: Vegetables of all Kinds

:..' public would like to know is why there sire so many "surplus ships ?" 9
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MISS MORSE TO SPEAK watermelons on a large scale-and : TREASURE iSL give us a trial
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r' AT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'; he comes from u locality where thatculture ..
has been made I n 0I
a huge suc- I ;
cess. !Mr. Montgomery is also welltersed We are the boys who
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Miss Mae Morse state dairy Rpeeialtst I I I rrmuui will"
r l i'NN will talk to those interestedIn in the watermon[ business-- I { rkrulnicluiti ,i
dairy work at the Chamber of and has commenced to get a large _. .5
Commerce rooms Wednesday af- I,'farm share of that ei"hty acres of tho treat you right AWe

ternoon at three-thirty o'clockand' The into that crop. He had come at last The seafaring man with the blank spot l2
consideration of the
a general invitation IK extended to property
every resident of Kissimmee and Osceola is named at $5000, and the deal wasmade Blind tapping: with his slick on the tavern floor-he seized supply the best

M county to be present at that Nelson through the agency of the little Jim with his cluw-like hand. "Ix-ad me to the Captain!" people with ,
time. There will be a fund of firsthand Realty Agency
Information in --- --- The black spot! And Hill Bones found with his throat cut the best
n-' given a way CLOSING DAY IS NEAR : goods
N Then to Treasure Island with of buccaneers
away a yelling crew -
understandand FOR THE GILBERT SALES .
: to fight for a chest of gold! .
:;:, knowledge in all portions l of the
The great sale<<: that has been in :
state. The invitation is generaland progress for the past week at the One of the Best Loved Stories in All Literture. -

the opportunity.all should: avail themselves.... of store of A. S. Gilbert 48 Main street Thrillingly Ke-Crealed! With a Hujre : Your Trade Will Be Appreciated
I will come to close on Saturday evening .
: 'f GEORGIAN BUYS FARM I In spite of the inroads in the Cast Including; Shirley Mason and Lon t'hanejr
many lines of stock there will be
.. FOR WATERMELON CULTURE. found a host of money-saving: offers YOU'LL MISS THE EVENT OF YOUR LIFE IF YOU MISS THIS Goodman & Woodall

: today and right up the closing; GREAT PLAY !
;fii. The "Dad Winatanle at hours on Saturday night-and those Proprietors
bought
: ,, Campbell haa been by a who miss this opportunity to secure .
.:t' I Georgian. bargains will have something to regret At the Casino 14 NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
t. There is a desire upon the part of in days tf come. The sale has Monday February BROADWAY a
1. \ the new owner, J. W. Montgomery, been a lucces*-and has been mu- "KISSIMMEE'

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.' See Nelson's, .adv. In classified list Captain O. C. Daisy,. and Mr, and I COUNTY' COMMISSIONERS) '!

[ITEMS' OF A WEEK I :WOOD! WOOD! WOOD' 1 I Mrs making George a trip Daisy down formed the east a coast trio .ACCEPTED VARIOUS. BONDS -
Phone 11%, Rosa Craves. .49-tf I
,4 entlY'-when they went as far as At the regular; l meeting .of the '
1 .. F. W. Hill, of .Narcoossee,; was ..InKlsisimmee Miami. .They had an enjoyable out commissioners on Monday .various ,

WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! on Tuesday ing, but declare with others who bonds was presented for approval. .
Phone 112, ROHM Graves 49-tt J, M: Goodman, of Goodman & have made a like trip that the' cost These, together with sureties, are i r
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Read Nelson's Woodall spent yesterday in Tampa: of !living in Miami is too excessivefor herewith given: -. 1'i 1 e
advertisement in
., classified' list It contains bargains! Six-room furnished house, beautiful the ordinary individual. I D. B. llubburd; notary. Surety s1.. ,
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= grounds, for rent February 15. S. 'II. Bullock was called' to New American Surety Company, New
Born:. 1 Saturday, February I S;, to See Nelson Realty Company. '" Smyrna on Friday by the serious ill- York. I ;
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bryan, No. 4 his brother S. Bullock I v
J. T.'ITTSndall of JBoRi-v Creek ness of E. James W. Duncan; notary. Surety\
_. Sumner street, a daughter ,
who is
in Klasimmec matters ot widely known throughout -American Surety Company, New
was .
o Miss R. C. Harris, of Toronto, is business* Tuesday.upon ,Kissimmee I| and Osceola county. The York. / is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. W. on i illness! of Mr. Bullock was found so II. II, Elarbce, Jr: deputy sheriff
Johnston of .Narcoossee. Born, : Monday, February' 7, toMrJ' serious that his removal to a hospital Sureties-T. W. ttlurbce, it, II. Elarbee. "
:Miss Mattie Bandy returned last and Mrs. E. I n. Spencer, at thci? in Augusta,' Georgia, was believed .L. II. Ingram.

week from a trip to Gadsdcn, Alabama :Main street home, a son. ,' essential, and no time Was lost C. G. Abed; del>ul '-sl\prilT. Sureties -
4 and Atlantav-Ccorgia. Six-room house close<< in for sale in starting him to that city. S. H. -L. I1. Ingram: Wright A. San- A ;
,or rent, furnished. Immediate! pos- Bullock returned to Kissimmee late POINTER

ranch Nelson property Realty for Company Rul,'. See has their fine, session. Nelson Realty Company. ,I Saturday night. born.Ernest Mach; deputy-sheriff. Sureties -

advertisement in clarified, list | LulU Tyson and Thatchcl Johnson The Presbyterian church was! filled -Henry o. Partin, I R. S. Floyd. ,
4 ',are planting several acres __ at Uon- (.overflowing, / _Jilondayevenjnjt, r Ernest; Shivery denut. \':.sheriff.): I
Miss - -
Grace: B Nelson has returned nett Creek*-wit li cucumbers I and in fact there were many turned awaywhen' Surc'liesWTR., Godwin", S.. ..B. Story.Card : .
from a week's visit. with friends watermelons as the main crop. -- the lecture\ was Driven by . . L VfLower . .
Mr. and Mrs. (I ( .
Scott Senders at I
Tampa. i :Mrs Rose Barber, who has beenI Colonel Dan !Morgan\ Smith comjmander of ThanksTo
I seriously ill at her home on IJe-nu-) :I in France of the "Battalion
Phone your order They will have hiont avenue, south, for the past two'I of Death." Colonel Smith is a most the ninny friend I throughout Prices \
prompt attention. Waters & Carson 1 weeks, is slowly convalescing I[entertaining speaker, and a charming Kissiniiiand, vicinity who weie: si
Grocery; Company. !9-tf I Wanted: To. borrow $2,500 on''I orator-and the theme for his extremely kind and l solicitous; during ,
George M. Taylor, of the Palace pilt-edjre security. For particular-- discourse, was one that is ever filled I the !hours and days following mv

Grocery: spent Tuesday in llaines inquire at the office of The ValleyGazette. ,, with interest., sudden iH'ivavt'nu'iit I wish to return 12-Pound
Sack Flour
Self-Rising __ __ __ .$ .79
City! -where he was looking after 8-tf Mrs Margaret Blackwell, now of m>' sincere) thanks. The blow was so nn ------- -
his mercantile interests. I 1 I' )Doverville, South CUl'olinllas in''sudden I that! I cannot 'express myself 2-4-Pound Sack Pillsbury. best 1.65
,. Mrs, ..lackSparling$ returned from (I as 1 desire but kind act ----r----------------------
last the ; was
Kissimmce every
Would you like an excellent grove her northern visit early Saturday ,'' on Friday guest 81i j,I I appreciated.i .- I 2-I'ound! Can Crisco __________- ------------_________- .38
tact a mile from town on fine brick 'of Mrs. F. G. Thompson, of No. 1,
highway ? Come let us show you. 1ll01'IIinlC--lInd in at homo in the new i (Orlando] avenue, south. :Mrs. Bhu-k- i i J.. I I.. BEAMAN. 3-Pound Can Crisco ____________n______ -_u________. .69
? residence recently bought by :Mr. ](I :>
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}Nelson.; Realty Company.! Sparling on North' :Main street.'Pharr I I II I I \vell Kissimmee for many, and-years will be a remembered resident of) NOTICE TO USERS OF ICE 6-Pound Can Crisco ___ __--______________________--___ 1.39 .

been]Mrs.living Lottie/.ephyrhills.M.. Allen, who has has lo- :I is not a small]\ furnished. cottage by a host of citizens. She was en 1 1I I Notice; is i hereby given that on and 2 Cakes I P. & G. Soap_ --__ _--__ _--_______:. _______-___. .15
of I be found
sort to un .
t ated in this city with a view to : in any KissinunecK I In Weft Palmioacli ''' ute to visit her daughtei. Mrs.I ,nftpi, February 1 all ire will be soldstrictly Cianulnted Sugar; 10 Pounds _________________nu. .85 .
George 1.. Sawyer, fOI'I1I"rly of Kis-
; cash; I '
Kissimmee lH'r' for tickets. Ticket1can
making permanent : and in :Miami I there Tire scare s'nimec but now "labli' lu',1 in boa, : In- ,or : Compound Lard ______ _____________________________. .15
home. secured form drivers in any
IInel'ol"'S! of them. "Thi re's
Fort Mende is to lie congratulatedon son." a leu- M>ers.'DEATH. - nrrounts from SH.OO up. I 10 Pounds Fancy (Head Rice----------------------------: .69

)becoming\ I this week t the paradise Trv our new Hi !mpl..ie r\\Vese.It'rf |' OF MRS. BEEMAN- I Ice cards: must 1 l hi' properly! displayed :Maxwell\] House CoffeeLipton's ____- -___ --_ _ _____--_--______--. .38 '.
i in order 'to insurepionipt
s.of the I tinhorn The
.. caimval", ramblers.was: in KissimnneIn ) mayTnticent > t n".1) Watei A Carson' Cioci-ry; SHOCKS THE COMMUNITY .service. !. Coffee ____ ________________________________ ..35Aibuckle's

) week. 1 Com Jl1 11 y. 9tt'Jlrs "r'I II 11. B. MAY.Malinger Coffee _ _____ ______--_________________--_ .26
: it. 1)) :Miller, and) children, Announcement made on Saturday Kissimmc'e Ice Company. ,
:\11'E' IVtry. of Coliimhiiv.trtvjtgia. .. Berkfly Spnngs'ngilii. -t. Have 111'r.n.eI that :Mrs..lohn 1 L. Beaman. a "lu..iI ,- 7-;>t 2 Packages Macaroni ___ _ ____ ___ _______--__ _______--. .15
; IK' experted, to smile .in Kis-,, .
",mn,,'" on Monday to become the in Kissmmee: and anjruest"\11'.1'I loved and most!: estimable t woniai., -- -- - -- 20 Cans Tomatoes __ ____ _____ --_____--___:.._______ 1.00
of the parent. oflrs: :Millei. : had passed away shortly after on. TAMPANS ARE HOST
truest lii-uumont of :Mrs. C., 'E north.. Hilton, of :22R: and l Mrs. J. A. Ianca-ter. o'clixk] that morning, was. received TO LIVE LOVERS OF I 10 Pounds Fancy Irish Potatoes.._________--___________--. .32

avenue i Mr. and :Mrs.' Willium.M.: (bib). and by I the entire city with a feeling of PENCIL AND SHARES Fancy Prunes ______________________________________ .15
V Mr and Mrs./ Paul :McKee, who two children: of Nashville, nirivviiinKi.Hsinimee l ,,, sadness and regret. Relatives in I t
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},au' la l ien 'huneynnvm-ng down the and Tampa Fort Myers, Biooksville, and ,
on Friday-- are (<*iin( Inu.-d ficmi' I Pnuo' >ru, > A
east roast, milking .the trip! by aulomoliile guests; ofIr.: and Mr". H. A. Snyder. other points, were immediately notified i-
the because of
home nt, are Orlando.now located in their Mrs: Cobb and :\Ir... Snyder are S.K- ''' and from I those cities mentioned: were their; diversification.more, \ enjoyed Prices Good Till They Go Lower"WE f
there were attendants at the funeral
Newspapermen had the innhig
The I finest proses. in Florida: one ters.Mr.: and :Mrs. (limy; accompanied'by . i services which were held from the thiough the courtesyf t'v'; Rot -i*-- SELL IT FOR CASH
for $M,000! ) ; another for $/8.;;.(IOO; '' mother und sister : Methodist church, Rev. R. F. llodnott. .
:Mr. Urny's I ians and I there, was a liberal prodigality 'i
1-oth paying big income. IVst ofrmtsons are making an extended! visit in Kis-, ofti'ililinRUl1dll/ afternoon ut in the distribution of souvenirs WE SELL IT FOR LESS"
f.r i three o'clock. The church ''nrgely -
sellingNelson Realty
I was
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;* snnmee, and have sicufpd apartments of Vllri.I\'III1 Company. ''' I filled with friends" of the deceased!,
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at the F. 11. Lawson home. p-reeting given the fraternity was of
S 'I"'iere have been many visitors' to i Mr. Gray; is in the ruhlierlamp and! and the floral tributes were many than character and solidity, not soon TAYLOR'SFOR
Tampa this week--all going to "take printing business in Chicago.The and superb. Interment was made a.. to I he forgotten. From rattles and I y
MI" the f"'r- whkh has proved a Rose Hill cemetery.
town basketbaU team ef Winter rules to razors -from cream and
Miss Carrie Collins born in
moat iatervfiting feature and one Park i.i to be in Kissimmee. next Western Florida and was reached the candy to 'ijClIl'K-Ihe gifts were productive
,
largely patronized.Glean when it is of pleasure and the -
Tuesday evening- expected ofz 27 last. ; newspapermen '
; Spink and :Mrs. Fannie there will be the liveliest game : a ire years on January of I the state felt "some -
Reeves motored to Kwsimmee Sunday thus far thisk"eat that time
and) direct at to of rC
bringing: : hack Mr. and* Mrs. A. is a decided "nut" about the game, ,;''the ago, home came whale she terminated her (l..norR'W/ envious over the good tic'r

' W. Sargent, who had beenspejidinH" : is" "stepping) high": with anticipation. life-'ithe residence then being a little fortune tossed out among the guests.: .
several' days there.-Avon Park Pi- and Mrs.. A. G. W bsfer and :i Tampa won-hands down! -over
:Mr. 'Jut' of the heart of the city but now
t .Ut. Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Webster. of I 1 known 811 208 l.JJke street. The family i anything that has ever been put over I : J
I 'If i We handle the best the market af- Swanton, Vermont, have been guests i,;' had not moved from that spot-- in the state along: the line of entertainment SALE !

f""-<1... All pur..hn-C'R delivered. Wat- of )Ir. and :Mis. 11. :M. Wall! of 22O' although several years ago: Mr. Ben- ..
erIt' Carson Grocery Company. 9-tf Beaumont avenue, north. A. G. Webster man contemplated selling; but hisv j

Hurrell Yatux, arrested on the is prominently adentrned I) with ife begged that she be allowed to DISPATCH COMPANY i Home in Kissimmee :R i
charge of haling "moonshine" in hwspossession the lumber interests. 11th.., Green end] her days where she had ...om.I MAKING A RECORDThe M.y Rt:

made I bond on Tuesday Mountain State- ,|I met'. ed her married life. t
for nppearimeo in eourt. The bond The girlh'! basketball team of thf.1|j I Those who best knew her mention' following report in regard to x I
-,. wax fixed at $-'Oll. 1-ighHchool will go; to Ocala tomorrowfor her as "one who never thought ill the operation of the Dispatch Petroleum i= Corner of Verona Avenue and Hughey Street. Two

Ira II. Hi'-t, .and wife, imd little the ,final game with the girKof ; or spoke ill (if anyone"- woman. Company in the Texas of: Wichita Oil redgpr.Falls; published noindependent t blocks from courthouse one block from lake s
daughter l-'lorenie Eileen: accompanied tho highsehpol there which will i whose charm of personality s seldom oil publication, of FortWorth .J
l h" :Mixs lime) Savage, motored take place during the evening. In''' rivalled and never excelled; and be of interest to Florida :t Three large rooms, pantry, kitchen, front and back
from :Miami Sunday to I' in the screened downstairs four bedrooms
tub
holders of interest Dispatch porches ; hall
Mrs John L. Beaman, noble citizen .
week with Mr. and Mrs (J. W. Best. team was victor- -and the players believe a
\ win the whose will long continue.COMMISSIONERS Company and shower bath -and three-side screened .
'J Lincoln at time a resident they will again game. memory f exposure "sleep
F. A. one _.__ "The Dispatch Petroleum Compa-
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..... ; of Kiasimmee where, ha conducted '- Mr. and Mrs1.' C. A. ]Morris, of Oli BALK ny's' No. 4 well on a fortv-acre !lease! f I $-room upstairs. s.
:! '. various l Hotels, was in Ki immec> i+'eburRV Pennsylvania\ ,, who are win in the Yeaman survey, Sloan tract, y .
>' f;;, ?;1' ,1' on 'Tuesday. lie is now located lit tcrinu in Kis irtimee, have' just returned ON FIFTY DOLLAR BONUS northwest of Breckenridge, has T Two-car garage and storage House built six years ,.

Sanford where he .is. conducting the front a ten days''! trip on the ] ,-- passed the 1,000 foot stage: accords i' ago for 'permanent home. Right price and terms to suit ':.
Lincoln House. west coast. They visited Brooks- Judge T. 1j. Corner brought before ins to the latest report from the 7 ..
The fcak- of cooked foods ut the Ville.\ Clearwater Saint IMerMiurR t the hoard of county commissionerson Unse. The Dispatch well is near the X purchaser. i
( 'I 1 aml.'r of ('omnl"| "'(' Saturday af- and Tampa spending t\\o days in I Monday the matter of seining in Rnxitnna-Ball in the neighborhood: of '
t'MHHin by the Saint John's Guild the latter city atl'IHIIIHo.) .' :South ,the two lakes of' thi. county-Toho- I I the Guaranty well, which created W. B. CRAWfORD ,e I
drew a good audience and a large Florida Fan. j pekaliga) and )East; Tohop'kalila-I; considerable excitement on ])
H..le. Everything; was disposed of ana The regular lectute in the sl'li ies' ,!i saying that he was. frequently questioned :II. by coming in with f/fpl'pmh.r'oduc .t
short t ime. now icing' given, in the Hart .Memorial regarding the illegal: I fishim i lion reported. The ni Company t Orlando Florida ,

Mr. and :\Ir.l .. R. F. Botfue, of Chicago under state auspices' will take "It is impossible for the officialsof is maintaining their reputationas ,
am' ed ,in Kissinimee, Monday place next Wednesday evening at this county to be at all oints the luckv operators in the North f
tT spend several days looking over I seven-thirty, and l there is a general ,,just when they are needed," said the' Texas t fields Announcement was r .p
qe this section. They are stopping with invitation extended the puhlu1.!. There unto judge.: "Because of the de- made this week from the comnanv's y .t
Mr. and :Mrs. S. A. Rogue, at .21t1 will IM a speaker of note, wellversedin s.re, of the officials to stop the work; general I offices at Wichita Falls that +
Mabbe'tp street., the topics under consideiation, to I il would suggest that' the commis- the fourth consecutive dividend i is to
address the gathering.There isioners. offer' a reward of fifty dollars be declared in February. The Dispatch -

churi.The. Tuesday lecture evening at the, when Methodist brought Sam sie.n of the is to Hart be) held Memoi a ial business Corporation se-- ;,[,vlction! for of evidence an offender leading; and to the the con-fine in Company past three has months paid. ,20 and percentin their Gazette "Want Ads" Do the Work ::1

Small was 1 lulled to audience appear, the edifice : next Tuesday afternoon at I would more than reimburse the :I(production is reported to .have showna
out a very large three-I 1 I I for the It Is under their efficient
being"crowded.. The discoursewas thirty o'clock in the Hart .. county outlay. now up substantial gain :...
to the commissioners in this matter.'I. field management and con |; '
all menders "
pronounced of high interest. It is essential that sh.illj j MANY HAVE PROVED IT
matters of utmost.. im'1' 1 I. as judge cannot offer such a regard vative I operations."The "I
be as
Because of demands made upon present before the I -but the commissioners can do unusual record of the Dispatch ',. ,
to come .
are
his time in other lines S. L. Lupfer ath..rtnand portance final action will have it ; and if it should be done I belied \ Petroleum Company is attracting -
Jr., has tendered his resignation as to he taken various subjects. I I. there would be a tendency to stop attention in oil circles. Not I b ,
treasurer of the Chamber of Commerce upon the bus'ness.. I leave the matter since the Dancigers created such a
\H. Wilson has been I The regular meeting of the Moth "
-and Leo with sensation in local fields by an unbroken
\ elected to fill out the unexpired ers-Teachers-Club will Vie held next I. In you the discussion that followed the run of spectacular success ......... .... .......o..ooo..

F. terms. Friday afternoon ( February 18)) at I belief] was expressed that there was which made millions for the "\)lInsipr ,

Miss. Joe Malloy, who has been the Hart Memorial, commencingpromptly I no seining in either of the prescribed brothers! and their associates, .
making an extended visit,, upon relatives at three-thirty o'clock. The lakes; and, if there was, no one has the attention of oil operatorsbeen Osceola Hardware Company f f:00'1 :
A. I
in Valdosta has returned to meeting: will lie addressed liv Mrs would! take the trouble to lie :around held as it is. now by the Dispatch -
her home here. She was ",','umpantI'd AJ-It'mlln-who theme> ill besoms on any of the banks all night to detect I developments. The Dispatch
by her cousin, :Mrs. J. N. Griffin of the features of "Civil Govern- some culprit. It was management se'mlto be in H fairway ->:- sr
c -who has. since returned to her nwnL"H. that a few months' ago; .admitted-I to duplicate the panciger\ ; record
Georgia: home. Porson! Paddison accompanied I, frequent cases of the of- building up a highly profibnble ,
The sidewalk in front of the by Mrs. .C ddi..on and the ( i of the law-but that all oil enterprise!' on 1"mull capital, "
needed betterment passed through Kissimmee 'hildn.n'l i now had ceased!' seemed to be the 1 belief through: conservative operations in

Graves, .-house lor M. C.its has Dupont condition long is was.both now. setting ening Mr. Paddison on their. way known to as an I of suggestion the commissioners.The of Judge. Comer proven"Porter fields.Oakes is president of the I We Have a Cataract in Our StoreOf ;!
1"orne import-I
that others. shoull ant factor in the lumber trade I was allowed to pass without Ildion.MADE Dispatch Petroleum Com jrany. H<>
an example that section east (coast. was called on ', began operating/ in the""Texas oils I II .,
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flIow-.a"d is in putting good shape. i'The party will pass through Kiss fn- QUICK RECOVERYOF I' fields a few years ago: and later .t.I Ir
(A the wulk I be-I
niee tomorrow upon their return tripto THE STOLEN MONEY came associated with the McAdoo!
The county commissioners, decided West Palm Boach. terests with William G. McAdoo course we mean a Cataract Washing Machine :/.
the regular meeting on :Monday I Ward and I He has made a record of unusual
nt C. W. Ward Wayne run by an electric motor, thus saving bit of :
every
that John Bronson, traffic policeman, :Miss Mildred Turrelle]) ]left on Wednesday Marshal Floyd was tipped off eel success in oil operations in the Texas .I..
wafin need of a new motorcycleand for Tucson, Arizona. Wayne :Monday that a negress: 1 ving: :at the fells, for his companies and as an the work of getting out the family wash. The pur-

he was authorized to procure one Ward will return in rfbout two week- Nat Porter place had been robbed nif independent; producer." chase of one of these machines is a.. permanent investment .
mah
of the latest and best, turning in his. to his home in Orlando but the others I 1)2-"An' Ah shure wants
rated machine to the best advantage. will make an extended visit. in money back-Ah sho' do!" was the in comfort. All the housekeeper has to

Harnhill Mrs. J. N. Arizona. The trip was made to learnit final injunction. :Merely to show that do is to put the clothes in and press the button and
,
:\Ir-.I.! W. 'he: could do things the marshal girded I WANT SIX MENEach I J
of Mr. II
Vrle, and :Miss Beck Yeagle, all of the bronchial affection up his trusty motor and hied I the Cataract does the. rest. It is always efficient, ,!.
--;' Marsha], Missouri, who have IK.HIItlitnn'iig Ward could be relieved. northwards. lie pushed along some
the winter in Orlando were |, A marriage l license was granted at two mile1*-when he espied the man with a Little Money I always on the job and while at work will not injure :;

Kissimmee visitors last Tuesday.n .I the office of the county j judge on he thought was guilty; then he dismounted any delicate fabric/ When the Cataract is ad- ;+
\, Itarnhill formerly lived in KisKimmee January 28 to Albert) E. Hotard and and chased the to THING
negro a FOR A SURE justed start it to going and then sit down with .:
and ", 1be\ pleasantly remembered i Miss Ruth A. Rowley, both of Kis house where the capture took place. I
I by a large number. 'simmee. The delay in telling of the Just what sort of "argument" your favorite magazine and read to the gentle
j i issuance of the .license. till this late Marshal Tison used in bringing the,
of the I have a proposition that has swish-swosh of the ever faithful electric. servant i
date was upon the request culprit to time he doesn't state--but'
SOMETHING NEW contracting parties and the! natural it is a fact that he made the man, been a success in every city in the which. you have had the foresight to install.

timidity and repugnance regarding who gave his name as Roy Coleman, United States--and is greatly '

1 I IN KISSIMMEE publicity. go/ out and actually dig up the $62 needed here. It's a "shareandsharealike" -
I I Miss Mary Hodnett. who returned he had buried beside the house. Thisis These Wonderful Machines for sale at :\1
I Bungalow to Kissimmee to the home of her' pa- a statement that is verified by the method of filling a are ,
Fire-Room Modem i rents Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Hodnett, recovery ;pf the entire sum claimedto needed want in Kissimmee and

just finished, facing .east; bathroom immediately) following the fire which have been stolen, and the bringing realizing good dividends. Addressme '

; four. ,closets, fire-place; i destroyed Sutherland college left 'on back of the negro on the motorcycle. at Osceola Hardware Store .\
Wednesday to resume her studies at The fellow is now in jailbemoaningthe once. .
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fcearug fruit) trees; large corner that institution now opened at Clearwater fate that probably awaits him '>

(\ lot, cement -walks; paved street; I Miss Hodnett is a sophomore upon conviction. It was good work ring your wife in and Jet us. show her how it works. '
J large 'beaoti/nl oak shade tree. in' that institution, and had so close upon the part of the arresting offi- WRITE TO "B"Car
lost ,
that. her clothing was! cer.
on' escape w
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Price $3000. Easy term the disaster, and none. of her per- *f Gazette, KUIUBMC I : 1}
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{ THE MOST. on the tractor price a further reducelion I.

,OUT OF RETAILING HISTORY FIFTEEN YEARS AGO in .price of either car, truck o- \ .' iir
l v'l tractor is out of the question in ",

.HOW. DOCTORS .. A. communication-bas> been received ,. From -ilea of Valley Gazette ".. fact the big price cuts have been -.i ," wi""
by the Chamber of' Commerce made in anticipation of continuous .JI i:
t TREAT COLDS from the National Caxh Register maximum production and increased
Company, of Dayton, Ohio relativeto The Stanford-CnrKon-Graveg Hardware may be necessary before long if a
the presentation in Kissimmee ofa Company was carrying large large volume of new business is not
series of film of general interest. advertisements in the Valley Gazette. obtained. Therefore, present prices. J
FLU 'I
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AND 'fhe company agroci to bring 'the Rev )K. A. Nichols wil preach nextSunday of lord products cannot be guaranteed . GPOVE'COStS'
films here on its itinerary through : at the Christian church and against pouibleIncreasefl..
Florida and< Tint Step in Treatment la a Brisk .of chur"hr---- Work," which will be supplied free
of all rout save the providing a the Episcopal materially
Purgative With Calotabs.the suitable hall for the showing- Thin Con ructfir Frank Hans is erecting of cost. Let us demonstrate the Val- J 'are
Purified and Refined Calomel in a new film-taking: the place of a station at Bowling Green for the ue of the Fordson on your farm, in
Tablets that are Nausea. the former I net which was extensively Atlantic, Coast Line. your factory, lumber yard, coal :yard,
<,exhibited throughout the Uifited Ilopfiin & Floyd were advertisinga ; or ih any general hauling or powerI reduced forgrowers
less, Safe and Sure. work ,you have to do and let have <
..... States; and while it has a tine-tun nice line of irrorerioH.W. : I us !
-- of adv'rth.inl"hout it.. those who L. Van Duzor personally guar your order for a Fordson. 1. P. Tint "
Doctors hnro foiltid"by ripcricnco who have seen it declare it a pleasing antee's the payment of nil unsettled ;mains, Ki"I moilioino for colds] and influenza -
that no performance. The secretary of liilla for the expenses of the (ttate
FOUR.YEAR.OLb STEER" .
bo l for full effort -
can depended| upon the Chamber of Commerce wan directed ;
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iveneHS until thc live1! Is nude thoroughly I to inform the company that fair.At \the local option election there | PROBABLY KILLED BY BEAR
/ active. That is why the first'the hall would be furnished uc'o".IIDJ were (cast 31(3!, : bnllots--lmt 29 wereIhroavn _
top in the trpnilmont I istb'o) new, rap. .sr-ti-: to the suggestion/ and a certain t out because of improper Heb )Harris brings in word to tin- .
called ('II..oIa"H.tI'hl'h ,
l<>nv calomel) tablets !amount of publicity would br give) II1nrkil1ft. office of The Gazette that in the vicinity -
fro from the Hicki'iiing nmlivrahrning
: arc of old, rnloJiiel. \''htn I the date was definitely anI Jc.hn/ Peeler u "popular young of Bonm-lt Creek u fullgrownsteer /
tlio -
eflTpots style
I nouticcd.! .of Kissimmt-c," Will seriously was killed a few days by
; I II man ) ago
{ Porters also point out the fact I I wounded' 1 nt Went Palm Reach> as he some animal, and Umt all signs in. R it:: "A::
Hint nn active liver 1111'1':0' / alone' waj was leaving: the ferry fHoni Palm ciu'ute., : that a bi'iir, was the( marauder." Th. FCo .......... .. f
towards inn influenza and l i- ono .. ..aq.la.
prevent : Bench liy two drunken negroes. The People] in Ihul loe"ItIH., .. forminga M. ,
ft. ;tho the most important to HiiccoRsfiilly factors in withstand on-. "The Sportsman Store"Ammunition assault was made l because! Peeler remonstrated posse to get the .depredator if posfble .b..I.vaer .....a.r.r.ee ..
patient
!kiMing
off t with the negroes for us- and it I is! thought a well-con
attack and ward \
.an pncnptinnio. Fishing Tackla.-Allilelic ling I profane language- in the presenceof ducted round-up will Ix1 successful.
; Baseball Tennis, Deputy-Sheriff :Martin Residents are a bit timid about *
Ono Calotnb on tlio, tongue: at bodlima .j Goods Camping. women. : going: ..
of the m'-
then shot and killed one around without arms, bear of
I as a
with 'a swallow of water Hint's' Boy Scout and Football Goods. Dog him-
in attempt to arrest the size able to kill beefwould
an a grown! ,
tall. No milt, nn iiiiiiHoa nor the slightest II Baseball Uni- groow .
interference with your eatingplenstire Furnishing, Cutlery hut the other assailant wax jailed.The be no mean antagonist.!:
work. Next ; cold) ) forms. Tennis Racket* re-strung same result in the COUII on the local ---- "Want. in The Valley Gazette
Or mor"I1your/ little Watch Kissimmpe Grow. E-erybody Who U Anybody AdTerti.w Their
},ins TaniHIl.'our: l live r is nctivo, your day. Out Board Motors and Felding/ opton\ vote gave the a ilrys: betted I II ,

HTHtom, 'with, is purified n' hearty, and npprtilo you nee for foHinjffine break i.Row Boats.JACKSONVILLE. I llli.than two NarcocxKoe to one for made an even split; I ...... x -<< >-X :.-. .->---x-<<. -.....cI -:...-:-:-:-:-:-:
SPORTING GOODS mid four dryKissimmee
in fourv(-t
fast. Pmo'o'iQfq; poll) fn1otihn only
went lf>7 dry and 89 wot. |
"o contx. Vonr jnonev will h.- ebeerfnllyrefnnded 129 W. Bay Street Jacksonville for The ten Mayniird days! ( in order that themen .
if do not find tlicin
you 'IFrollr'
might/ 1I s-i I"t t in building, / a tram from
delightful.Adv.. ) lave into the timber district of',, I MAURICE TOURNEUR ,
------ ------ -- but will nt once start up in charge/

m. 1m S. L. l.upfor.
i John Itaisden, "one of our cityl.alitei
). .,," is busy! painting the now
Baptist < hunch< at' Whill.--whH'h pre I| i prrEasEiv TSI
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mart gate eight dry majoiity.Marry

Start The DayRight \V. building Thurman on has Broadway! bought "thoOUkorhobvo poite '

!> the Motel 1 Kissimmee., This was "TREASURE'ISLAND" f
OIK-', .of the I best, residences in K jl<"1I11' I Inw" I

by County Commissioner 1. U. Walkrrteports "
eating Ha.hintPi' as ooming--e-ight-/

food that will not ocn A "residence mammoth there within lots sweet the having potato last/ few is changedhands beingshown day /< I BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. I II

in I the office of Colon 1 I' A
Vans AgiK-w. It was raised; at Saint
clog digestion. Cloud and weighed fouiteeu and one
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half pounds.The Waters. & Carson< Grocery Co.. '| Casino
i handling fruit from the poorfarm, Monday Feb'y
boxes of or- I II .141HX
reported! sales;: of :3704 I
GrapeNuts nrgfs at $--making< a total of I ,
I $:i,577.3f! There were also soW 'o .
i the W. H. Makinson! Company "
fruit to the amount of $99. This Itra"-I

a revenue. from the poor farm -<-< fr********** '*** ** ******"** -<< ..o+c-
is ideal for breakfast $c,77G.S5; _from that county propl'rtv'l.. : *

LOWER PRICES ONFORDSON

TRACTORS ,iI {
Full of real sustain- I
I Edsel B. Ford president of the >
Ford :Motor Company gives out the ; r
nourishment and following\ statement: / .
ing i "The price of the Fordson! Tractor I'
has been reduced from $7110! to ti25, I' r

easily digestible. I effective"Thiis" price immediately.change has been mad I' I

possible! through lower costs of materials I

Tneres 9 located and in our the new fact tractor that we plant are with now ' THE UNIVERSAL, CAR.. 4Ii
Reason" .f f
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s a I greatly increased economic manufacturing ,: .
facilities in immediate connection I .;\, ( ' r '
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machine " :"lh\'o. I',
with our foundry and 1 " ''
for Nuts I
Grape= shops and large blast'< furnace where ,
I iron is poured directly from the ore,
i efficiency with.
maximum
.. Made by Postum Cereal Ca.IncBattle CreekMich. the giv ng power; us to reducecost of production A Truck for City, Farm and Interurban DeliveriesI

I and down comes the price i.ii
i I line with our policy to market our [ '
((1 IiJI II!) 1|i products at the I lowest possible figure I N the (few years it has been on the market the Ford One-Ton Truck has mounted

_____ __ - __ I high without standard in of any quality.way alf"'linoul/ rapidly to popularity. During the past year more than ooe-third of( the total

=DUcrI'O.'NINPRICI=S- order your fertilizer without! 1 I I "We are particularly pleased in number of trucks sold in the United States Were Ford One-Ton Trucks. Il i?

RIG RI you will make a mistake if you'i: being able to bring about this bg: a record of achievement made entirely on demonstrated 'merit.
this time because "
;. 4 setting our NEW PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATERIALS \ !i reduction in price needs at all the help 1"
PROMPT SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides, | the farmer in
Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. we can give him and this big cut Wherever. the Ford Truck has been used on the (farm, in the city its sure
of placing a
will be the means
" E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. 1 price valuable power unit within the reach economical service and simplicity have made, it a success. So that today it is a necessity

:*IJ)1CKSONYILLF. FLORID i iof practically every one of them not for the wholesaler the retailer, the farmer It .offers/ efficient and economic
1; mention industrial and commercialconcerns
I jto which likewise have benefited l hauling for every business. Demountable Rims and Pneumatic Tires.

1 through its use and are already

t' Kill That Cold With realizing its value, to as a a much power greater and hauling extent The Ford One-Ton Truck costs less to buy than any other truck; it cost less

'unit. But particularly has the Ford- to operate and less to maintain. Added to this 'is the ford service organization ;

f? +\Lts i; son factor tractor in the proved saving a of most farm valuable labor, spare parts and Ford mechanics are always convenient and ready to keep the Fold,

; '.'at the same time increasing the per Truck on the job. The Ford Truck cuts delivery costs. Because of increasing demand

acre crop yield utilization as well of previous'un as making orders should be placed without 'delay. We will give you prompt attention. ....
possible a
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J CASCARA QUININE cultivated land, to say nothing of removing If you ha\e an) doubts on the subject drop in to any of the undersigned. Authorized
; 1 no end of drudgery.
that the use Ford Dealers and get further lacts.
I "There I is! no question
FOR AND 'of the machine power on the farm i i.
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Colds, Coaths ROM9 Li Grippe the greatest!: advancement made in .
i: the development of agriculture, not
'only in money saving and moneymaking TIMMONS
} Neglected Colds are Dangerous results!, as well as raising I. P.
.t' Take no rharv-ee.: Keep thia standard r.medy bandy for the Arm en**!.. the standards of living; on the farmto

Breaks up a cold in 24 hours- Relieve a much higher; level but because
v-' Grippe in 3 day*-Excellent for Headache of its of proved land value more in productive making ,every and Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealer

: \ Quinine in this form does not affect the bead-Cascara ia beat Tonic type: the
desire to place
1, 4 l.wtin-No Opiate in Hill's. consequently our I
Fordson within the reach of all. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
"There is no change in the present
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Ford car and truck prices, which! are I
1 already at the lowest possible figure !
:\.4tr and l now with rock bottom reached ,
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If{ ; MICKIE, 1HE t'MMTER'S DEVIL .. ---- By K.ur<. Suftuo: :. Obituary PUt.'Salt', / as tt'ctcutne/ cinc j/1I1JI'Jf't( I

".t\ I; ** U-COC -C.CN--, 1'1Itb/\ A\.J CLINA SPRATT MID \ \\\.\.. IzFAD vt "4) )Ol1A .. "AND "'\'D 4tER 61 Al f S\\ c t L i t'e lu1.A. >JS SNA\'t,'- { & W3 tDO r(5000 PCR- A u\- ejttiRslPAPFSL ; t\W t "" 1M1cs .VJir..I"S. Ptcc: 0'Ca1AA1faE
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1 '. J ANCvEl WA4) SL13(, ASonyx.. . avtais) sAw LV.1 '(ltv MOO otoe rr to: Ut1rRAYOdR. : AND 6tgtDt6 RB.'f OF"rl6APrERrJOON .
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THE-USSIMMM-VALLET:' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1921 e'' i SEYBIALABASTINE -* ,

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'--' .PRISON ,ASSOCIATION SMILES S COME, P. ,A. VANS AGNEW:
PRAJSES .STATE' FARM v l lr

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1 Florida's state-prison;: farm stands AGAIN TO OFFICES t
116 South Orange Avenue
unique 'yltong penal Institutions, -according :- f
to no less authority than Di"
J O. F. Lewis, executive secretary of Orlando. Florida
PRETTY
the American Prison Association FACES
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: "The Most Beautiful W'atTi t" after a short visit with' Superinten.dent Home Address:

J. S. Blitch at Raiford. Low | | _- Winter, Park. Florida

f percentage of paid employes. engaged The Charm of" Good Health Hat It*.

a A beautiful. durable and economical) 'JtmleHal for use on all inter farm in., the the high operation standard of this of work immense that Source 1 In Rich Red Blood. Moth- -- -
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ia: being'maintained, the willing and jag on Earth to NecessaryFor BRIEF: ITEMS
ior wall surfaces. Alabastitic is artistic and sanitary its rich GATHERED
; open spirit of Inmates were among BeautyPEPTOMANGAN ,FROM STATE
the outstanding features listed by
soft velvety-tints will set off your pictures, and furnishings to the Dr. Lewis. BUILDS RED Governor Hardee has named E. C.

Persons experienced in prison work Davis, of Lake Worth to be judge
BLOOD
best possible advantage. will view in Raiford, according to in and for the fifteenth judicial cir-
Dr. Lewis, a plan of not only a won- Qu-U- Blood cuit -to succeed Judge E. B. DonneN
derful present but one of marvel Restores the of Your resigned. The county bar endorsed

dI SOLD IN KISSIMMEE BY possibilities. "When it is consideredthat Brings Back Your Color and 1S.. Yeomans, of West Palm Beach,
the institution is nfw, that the Renew .Vitality for the nomination. The resignation
number of paid employes probably of Judge Donnell, who has made a

W. B. Makinsoti Co. less than a dozen nil told is small, Personal charm is like A light.: It magnTficent record while holding the
and the facilities for work are not .sheds its rays ..everywhere. In the post Is said to be the direct result of.
entirely adequate Superintendent light of your personal clumfi hidden the nomination by the people of J.
Blitch is doing a wonderful work," under the bushel of had blood ? Instead Edgar Thompson as state's attorney.

"The Hardware near the Depot" Dr., Lewis not familiar said. "The with prison average ope'ratioll citizen - tired of look habitual smiles'do you wear Phillip Cohen, in whose store started
a -almost a scowl ? I Iyou D'1 the fire which devastated
probably would see in the great nearly
{ tire easily? pale and
farm many defects and it would fall Anyou Fort Meade has been held to the
far away from his general ideas of lacking? in vital energy and ambition /grand jury under a bond of $2000 on

and their routine. However, a charge of arson.
prisons
I You are not really)] ill. Your hlood
prison men .will, see in Raiford 1 an institution bus become weak and sluggish. It in
i I I In the circuit court at Arcadia D.
of wonders really
: many half starved. What need. is the W. been
the ( you Stephenson hag awarded the
feel sure and at American approaching convention | blood-making qualities. of that .splendid sum of HOOO-tTl'ICi of the Prison AnBOciation
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several hundred | tonic Pepto-Mangan.: After you commission for \handling: the landsof
prison" authorities I have taktMi Pepto-Mangan: a little the South Florida Farms Cornt
I will visit Mr. Blitch. while will feel a big impruvVment. The ni8ists of 82-
The small number of you ; pany. property c<
unusually! !. The smiles will come back. 000 acres situated mainly in the
.fEDSTTI pnid! employes was Lewis.a matter"In northernprisons of I'r.utmt'r..t i People will see n difference in vou. counties of Lee and DeSoto, and
ia Dr. You will make friends again. You (tactically constitute the holdings of
iodforce
it takes
generally :m >
ari will have plenty of rich, red l blood the' National Farms estate-which
of lit least 10 percent of the
and feel stronger. : being and
are now developed placedon
he said "while at
'l-riMin personnel I Peptn-Mangan: has been building! the market.W. .
force will\!
Raiford I doubt if the paid
|Irrd<1 blood for yeru's. Physicians prescribe
run as high al':1: percent. And a it right' alonir. It has just the V. Knott, of Terra Ceia former -
.striking feature is. that there IS a state comptroller and candidate
ingredients that starved blood needs
UNITED SEED STORESMaine total '* 1>sene of display of lirearms. for four has
Sold in liquid. and tablet form. Hot ft governor years ago
Manv of the Working squads are in
] 'have the same effect. Hut he .sure been named by Governor Hardee as
charge of inmate foremen. In fact,
superintendent of the state hospital
I you get I the genuine Pepto-Mangan. ,
I believe every farm industry'< with for the insane at ( hattaho hee. Hesucceeds
City, Polk County, Florida Auk for "Glide's"; l and be sure that
the exception of the dairy is in
the full name, "(;Ufle'll Pepto-Man- Dr. II. Mason Smith, who
(The Gateway to the Scenic Highlands) charge of an inmate. This is an unusual Kan" is on the pl'kage.-Adv.( ) gees to St. Elizabeth Hospital at
condition and is entirely pleasing Washington."
to prison authorities." I'I' |
''I'' The morale of the farm, according,, velopment of I the dairy industry, the Officials at Starke invaded the
q We Have Them'19Z0 to Itr. I Lewis<< is excellent. "Prison' greatest" is the Texas rattle tick, peaceful home of Mrs. Elizabeth
men. inspectors and( others do not This pest is ever taking its! loll In the !Monden, a widow living in the old
judge prison conditions by what they decreased milk flow due to his bloodsucking Thompsett house at the foot of Orange h
are told nor entirely by what theysee. I I habits. street near the Peggy road.
Northern Crop Just Received ]Having been and now being a I "Some time" ago when the no-fence i I They searched the house for a moonshine -
prison inspector for the I state of New agitation was highest I was ap.prouched still and found it The apparatus r
YOlk J know something of conditionsand I. on the subject by a friendof was snugly imbedded in a brick
G'rarden: : Field :Flower: : am able to I see much under the I mine. This man is a range cattleman furnace and consisted. of a 15-gallon

surface in such institutions. I observed of more progressiveness than kettle of heavy copper, a well made rand
Samples and Price en Request the best possible feeling between the average cattle man. In fact he sufficient worm, also of copper,
1 Superintendent Blitch and his in for tick eradication and is ever and some piping, apparently put together -
charges not so much by what was dipping, trying to lessen the ravageson by a master plumber. The
Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just ArrivedPratt's said or done but by the attitude of his herds by the tick. When I rpparatus was bright and clean, not v

the men and women toward the of- asked him what he thought of the smutty and greasy, as Is the case
When smile at he said 'Why it will ruin when in the of Bottles
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ficer. prisoners : care mere man.
Stock Remedies LeGear's Stock Remedies and Tonics
and Tonics Dr.
their warden, approach them with the rang cattle industry we havea and other "containers" fould also 4
Pratt's Poultry Remedies Dr. LeGear's Poultry Remedies coafidence and when there is an en- e-\\ ,ide no-fence la'w.' I answered were scrupulously clean, even the
tire absence of a cringing: attitude; that I ('(mid hardly agree corks had been boiled in water containing
Poultry Insecticides Materiab and Disinfectant
-.T I Supplies Spray Dips Pyrox prison men know the conditions are with him on that point, however, if "Grandma." If the liquor
Sulco V B Armour's Fertilizers good. That is just what 1 found at it proved to be the only way we could manufactured was not conducive to
ri
I Raiford and I don't believe too much eradicate the Texas fever tick I. was health, it was at least put up in
could possibly hi said in praise of for the no-fence law. It seems to "sanitary packages." ;
Superintendent Blitch." me that we shall have to get together -

"At the prison farm I witnessed and if the ran*,e man continuesto DRANE BOOSTS SEALDSWEETIN
an unusual incident," )Dr. Lewis con refuse to get i ilito the work for HALLS OF CONGRESSGreat
tinued. "A poor woman arrived at results We will have to provide
Raiford and came to the farm and means whereby we can force him to
..... r asked to see her boy a young: fellow so. isolate himself and his cattle that globes of Florida's "Sealdsweets" -
who had recently l been committed for I cannot hold back this work so sunshine were distributed tn
five years on a charge of burglary. necessary for the development of the members of the Ways and
Naturally she was heart-broken nervous the state. It must be first and paramount Means Committee by RepresentativeHerbert
1Jone Sweetthat's Home and at the point of collapse. in our minds, collectively and J. Drane of Florida. This
treat came at the end of a trying
"She was received kindly by Mr. individually and none of us should
hutch and Mrs. .Ulitch, was taken,| stint either time or what resources l hearing when the committee mem-
! and j i we have at command bers were tired and a couple of them
into their quarters gave a room our to bring
the music for for the day. She saw her boy and tick eradication to an accomplished whispered regretfully 'of "the good

: .\ c. me, ... : -: went over parts of the farm. At fact in every nook and corner in our old days" when they t'ould'et/ something -
.. .j: : '.'''', . noon she had dinner. with the super I I state. We should as a body be 'pre. / to revive their spirits.
< tj.; ., . "';' 'i '.A intendent and his family, including 'pared to' support any law that will Then entered Representative Drane
l''I) ''V ,.,:!:.t, wife. -,*!":"NilI.'.i1'1f'tI'!, '' .. myself. And when she left that afternoon |tend to help the industry, and Inmost with a couple of baskets heaped high
AND WATCHING '
, IT WAS.a rotten. night . my for the station she was car- I canes initiate'necessary legisla- with oranges and passed the baskets
around. "These tasted better ;-
ried there in Mr. Blitch's automobile. tion. Tick eradication of course oranges
RAIN, WIND, mud. Blush QUIETLY KNITTING away j first." than a drink" said one of the
home with
"Instead of returning a comes
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best known legislators in
mental picture of her son in a grim, I ------ congress.
AND AFTER. .a hard Uj. IN THE.firelight.. .. gray institution she goes away i )Dollars and Cents. Some of the member, said they nev-
tasted such luscious fruit and
knowing he is in proper hands regardless Counting it only in dollars and er
IT MADE m Bore. AND I l.eard the rain. Representative Drane could have
. . of the conditions of his cents, how much did that last cold
in orders if that
{ done much taking
TO GET all dolled up. BEAT AT the windows, commitment, in a place that is not ;(Cost you ? A man may not always 'iad been his business.
. only healthy and well managed, but stop work when he has a cold, but of
where he will be treated Kindly, { it would be better if he did. The Florida members congren'ere
JUST TO go calling AND THE winter wind perhaps also taking advantage of this interest -
BL . * taught discipline and sent away, nota I It takes about ten days to get completely Florida fruit to impress
r. ON A pair of fish.I HOWL AROUND. broken (criminal but a young fellow rid of a cold under the usual members on especially of the i
. still susceptible to the rules of upon
. treatment. That time can be much committee on interstate and foreign
I NEVER could see. AND I stretched outIN society.; shortened by taking Chamberlain's commerce, that the principal reason
. Former Governor Albert W Gil-
. Cough Remedy and proper care of "Florida fruit
they do not enjoy more
BUT ORDERS Is order!. THE old arm chair. christ was a member of the American yourself, in fact, a bottle of this remedy is the prohibitive charge made for
. Prison Association according to I in the house is a mighty good transportation of this valuable food i
FROM FRIEND wife. TOOK UP a book. Dr. Lewis, and attended many of investment during the winter and
the association's conventions. "Gov .'I spring months. crop. ,

AND "GEE," 1 said. LIT ONE of those cigarette, ernor Gilchrist was a close student
. . of penal institutions and I believe I NO VACANT DWELLINGS EXCELLENT SEASON FOR
could in Raiford a reflection of SPLENDID FISH STORIESThe
see
"THIS IS a bum life. THAT "SATISFY.
FOUND IN KISSIMMEE PARKIn
his activities for prison reforms" I

THEN THE phone rang- AND SAID "Oh, Man. Dr. Lewis said. "Many governorsand I Kissimmee Valley Gazette's
.\ . "-' ". . e state officials hold membership I proof that the pretty section of 11 1-2 pound bass was'beaten by J. ,
AND THE party was off. IT'S A great old life." in the association and at the approaching I Osceola county known as KissimmeeI'ark H. Woodward, of the Thomas Hardware -
.1.. . . convention in Jacksonvillewe has great popularity might be Company, who had a 12 1-2-
I CLIMBED out quick. expect every southern governor mentioned the fact that of the sixteen pound big-mouth' bass, caught by

a great life, all right some- to be present I houses found on the beach anda him in Lake Butler, on.display in the
FROM THE soup and fish I IT'S But in fair weather or foul, dozen or more located back from store window Jo'riday.-Tampa--
. if you've got Liquid Borozone is an efficient the immediate vicinity of the beach bune.

20 for 20 cents INTO THE'easy clothes Chesterfields-they always "Satisfy." healing remedy for human or animal there is not one empty building. One fact should be borne in mind s --
. It's all in the way we blend these fine flesh. It 'mi>nds a severe wound, Each: year Osceola county is becom- regarding the one pound of excess
in airtight packaea.AJeo AND SAT by the fire. Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. And sore, cut or scratch in the shortest ing the better known-and each successive weight: the Lake Butler fish had I' '
obta.b/e in round . mind you-the 'Satiafj-blend" _ft" possible time. Price, :JOciO..., and I I season sees a nice growth in twenty additional days in which to ,

tint of SO, vmcuum-.alad. TOASTING. MY. toed.w bfeopud.1 $1.20. Sold by Rol ?rson's Pharmacy. all sections. grow.

FOR NUTRITIVE MILK Pastry Shells For the ChildrenToo j

ABOLISH THE.TICK much care cannot be exercisedin
Bake pastry in or on the outsideof medicine for
selecting a cough:
\ muffin pans and (fill these shells:! children. It should be pleasant to ,
When the to understand .
public comes with jam, preserves or well-sweet- '
I harmless and
take. contain no drug
that the tick infested cow caul
ened stewed fruit. With or withoutthe
effectual in their coughsand
ester&i4 give only a milk that has no nutri- I addition, of whipped cream these most curing has
tive'value that this milk merely fill" colds. Long experience
; form a delirious dessert.
Chamberlain's Cough
the stomach of hungry babies with- I I These shells may be filled with shown Remedy that meets these conditions. It "
the veins and arteries
out filling ',creamed chicken, creamed peas, or is favorite with mothers.
with life-giving flesh-forming nourishment :other creamed vegetables, adding anattractive a many
then the cattle tick will he dish for another meal.
JIdI CIGARETTES rushed from the field as we rush the Not Going To Heaven g

plague from our lands, says the I For ma--;:; a bride-to-be there is also -
.,-- Tampa Tribune. a tried-to-be1. The Savannah Press is authority ti
The calf of the tick infested cow for the assertion that; one of 'the
grows up to a starved, stunted maturity manufacturers of that city recently
I because it has had no nutritive -I received from a Georgia farmer the ;
-Pr food. The baby of the cattle r.. following expressive epistle regarding !

.) tick milk bottle lives and grows i i7A SHINGLES a balance due the manufacturer:
- -- more pitiful and pathetic as it. grows "Dear Sir: I receive your letter

PLATFORM PRINCIPLES OF want.to be included wit tin the operation I I Intestinal worms ''., destroy the older and more emaciated.The !7 ALWAYS about what I owe you. Now be pa- r'
of the law may by a local option health of childrenand weaken their dairymen of the state know tient. I aint forgot you and soon as
FLORIDA NO-FENCE LEAGUEr He exempt itself, making prevision vitality. The :worms should be ex- this. Listen to the following taken 'Now tlae BEST folks pay me I'll pay you, but if this
at tie time of exemption for the I pelled before serious damage is dene- from the annual address of Alfred nr; BETTER than was judgment/ day and you no more a:
r is the intention of the Florid ,protecting of adjoining or surrounding White's Cream Vermifuge is a thoroughly R Neilson, president of the Florida y. ever BECAUSE prepared to meet your God than I ant

No-Fence .League to press forwardfor counties or parts of counties successful remedy. Price Dairymen's Association, before his They are now made of to meet your account, then you she ;+
the enactment of a bill by the from depredation by its open range 36c. Sold .by Roberson's Pharmacy. association, in Orlando: SteelWdr..ulavaasan in going to hell.! Good by." ;;
next I legislature to prohibit the running stock." For more. information; address : "To my mind the greatest and Keystone Copper
at.large of livestock, to become Florida No-Fence League, Bar- Accident insurance companies de. most serious menace we have todayin ". 40 tAurrd "".__hJl The civil war is not quite over. Ia
January 1, 1923,. by a refs tow, Florida.No dare that home is really the most Florida, to the successful and rap- .. --... trSllADgclnssptrTwrras TM. Texas the school authorities are contesting -
/rendum
a provision that any county, sister, not all men .wla"wear: twenty-five percent of all diaabling i the Texas fever cattle tick. Of all ,. on the ground that it slanders the
.. .r part, of _county, which does' not boots are bootleggers. accidents are i incurred there. I j I the obstacles in.'the way 4f the de- South. -

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i 1U] I :NntKUi.il" T'li'Hil, : < ".iiscntinnwere over '. ON TO BRECKENRIDGE AND FORTUNE 1::: iOn f,

For +"eks the n.nnc" of the n"ti"(,ns' most popular] a foitv"-ncre- l lease in thepi ,"en Hn'. 1.11' :::

'on-- had burred. .urund the earth Tl-ren liiir Our Dividend RecordOn ridge lie-lcl.I Stephens' County. le-\.i. :Me I ]iM-pil 11 I

mmrc' h<'riilde-1] ,) 'throughout the world-1he :N'oI Well i is now drilling at about I HMHI(' f.t t ''I 1'1 1 he.elnlle .. :

name ,-f th<' two standard bean't' 'f the two hig, October 9, 1920, A Ten Per Cent. Dividend Was Paid I 'r-fft-1 trrtain to get a tremendous gusher., '1 he Vlxllee :-- .+..

parties-and the name of the man who dcdmol 10 > In it strong. enough to tikep:.I cif tl1<''II' ::
Ott November 20 1Q2O A Five Per Cent. Dividend Was Paid !
le' nominiiUd I 'n.ld..t, 'of the I'niU-il Stale"n pa'an stock We> feel certain tint .it\ will I I N a

011 December 22, 1920, A Five Per Cent. Dividend Was Paid giant; producer too }because, the ti">te-il! l IJoxan Hillruher i'.i:
.... 1 la-tarn brisker sat in the :11CAdxr.fhtke about'half
of ::
( a nnlouth of u-. i' nno
affil, ,ink1;, hitat lull. Texas. lie ha'I'1
llHtT..r Late In 1921 Will Declare Its Next Dividend
'1Iw ran into miltiors.They February, Dispatch t thenici'l\ constant pienhuera in t tin 'urn 1 i. the'I ::: .
.wvcral 'lout- \
made piopo'.it '
I e'n-iitnl| [producer i|is east .u J slight I until, nf us :a: ,
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offered easy nione --and thc Juj, ; Guaranty; gusher. \\liich.. CHIIU cm. 1'f' :

Hithetkvi) i cI] arifulh]] over a list of lr\ asw and .( embf-r ::11. 1 14Jd>> ), and IH reported II ,;nun" t me': ;

prodiKinir \prga> \ .rtiof, landed) I him l h>' Porter ()ak""fl. Two Fine Producing Oil Wells gusher 11 I south' and east cif u", about :.HUH' feet : ,

'I'hrs well i is on the Sloan tuiet 'Pie ]Ih'-prtii :\u- :y::

"I ,me"1! the broker said, "This!'! i is great Y.u 4, Ito neighbor' is m HlocK 11 Hile-it. .lIlotl" i.'mil' '1

have |pi, odutton: Oil,] wells]] Other wells drilling! ]lure i is a different sort of a 1": acre north of Block i)8) 1-aman, Survey, Sloan tnut in tun,'" iMislnidistrict :f i:'

Proven I le.UM-K in the. Kc.mp, -Munger-Alleo. htlJ A proposition The management Basel Petroleum Co., Red River )District)i Northwest north of HreckeiiridRi) t"\lJ-tt', :t '

l : m noted fIIurl''RfI. Pay $1,506,000 forBreckenridgc The s f
history of the' Brcc kc nrhlirc- wonder field' :: ...
Other shallow well to I IM' drilledwhole flock of onpttaluation] of the goner Field Witchta County, ..
company Well HS made of ef fortune .
up chapter after chapter| ) :ymadeof a:
th'm-and a well to be dnlWd! .n ten acre* m thepaoc is small] The company hasnetthd Texas a few hundred yards
dividends paid t---of small .inioiint". put
,i Urickeninlgw.. fie.]Id-" production. Oil is i i o.i.1 Fort W..rth (Special-' north of Dispatch! X*. 1 and m and millions taken out The ineidont axe tfionumerous :

] of the Walker Perkins j Dispatch' No. J Wells" 1"
The ).r.r took out his pencil] and figuredThen i K: into the pip>'-lines from Sale to mention It is a t field of eu: ;ne'riIt >_ 't;

two wells, several month old oil well, Gooillanil No.1.1 to i the ,
he talked ,s.me more is fortune making marvel 1 of the we.ild] \'f.
One third McAiUo
The company has already paid the Bass Petroleum Company Oakes- day. We are in the very midst uf this field with i

"We'll" make a two mill o. dollar company," three big, dividends in a littlemore was announced thrs Shaffer HI-a'r. lease, Block biff producers! around us-how ian we ini-i-,, ". Just

be haid "It will he a cinch. These properties, will than three months. An- m.rning by B 3. Walter 47, J. A, Kemp trait, Wichita a few days ago the Y :\4, (', .\ SxJuuic" 'in t thvHretkanndg I f e

W all we will n.....l. We will capitalize on yoa'! other dividend I IK to be declaredin Tile consideration was $1,- Valley lands The wonder pool ' f field reported a ..\"J"fjd. paid .f 1.U! f

(tame and on your assooiates We will take ad- February Dispatch oan 50,000 The well is a mile well is practically an offset te percent just 25 days after the completion of their

of the and the prominent men conUnue to pay regular divi- m M|,west of Breckenndge. this lease and the Golf, Ix>.. wed f
Tun ag< popularity They. con reasonably expect similar, .ie,) tl:lydividends "I.
Men, throughout the world! of the distinguished" Ik'fidll without" another well Wichita Daily Times BJle-n and other. wells are close for months to eewneThat I'llit' way 'J I '
bY. This lease i is in the Kemp.Manger. or.
fortunes are made in the Breckenndpe. fuU' That ;
The broker. talked eloquently. He had a great But the company. will have : .A llm Field, Wichita
is the wny we expect to make them
idea He would "unload] the stock" He 'would sell ether wells On of them ill BIGGER ONES: ASSURED County, Texas!'! i

half of it at par. Then he would double the price ready to nomplete right now. FROM FUTI'Rw- DEVFLOI'- DIVIDENDS CERTAIN ; FORTUNE LIKELY! i:

It would he a "regular clearn up" A "regular] !1---is in Black ilU. Northwest' ]MENT. A REAL 01'1'ORTt'NITY'MAKE 25 Acres Block 17, Eoff That was a miphtjtrfru, 'tHtt>AH'1I1C lust 1

inch." ]Iturk Field] and the Survey Southwest part Kemp'IluIIlI'prAII..n made of
t Waggoner guaranteeing you dn .j"lId :Not many :;:

driller says it should ,put at THE MOST : 1 Fulcl This oil companies, or any other k"' ., lot l tint matter
Porter Oaken didn't talk much. But what hcf lenht fifty ImrreN daily into OK IT! louse] ,i- near the \VIl'hitA'al.- can do that
said i 1 right to the point. He sbowctJ! the r
was Uy Griffin; Dundee Oil and
the pipe-lines when lompleted.ANo Butve can :

broker the nice wide door of the ]McAdooOakesStiaffer DISPATCH HOLDINGS Gas; and other producing and Th.lIr..I.. .> u I,V "I I .t t. I n I 5:

building "You get out of here and stay the proven shallow drilling wells in this of fn"uu. ....il' n'Nne' , t ., I. I r r 1- TIT-- -
1'h.I S'
Dispatch production is part 11" .i r.al. nl I nll.I n o. .1./I ) f,,>. 1 i L ,' oj
out," was his anhwur to the proposition. least of J lift acres, owned and. from two wells----one a splendid the heldTe' hima fifty.fifty tin I.UL h tin, nil if |ItiLL| | d' "t.Jgr, ::: .

The broker got out. operated in conjunction with producer in Block 'to, dulling contract pending on w. h.txr 1.II l.,1.1 l I.,..'ji )net, au I. I u II_ ,J, )
with, oil I |I..I"i n, t 1'In i j I..i'I i t , Ii ,, I ,.
the :Mi \doo interests, Th.'t"r.
The lllnilltl| I It I l-lllll., II III II.II11UHV.. l 1M < 1"t..I7..1. : ;Northwest; BUI'kVIII{- oner this !t'useIt this tune 1 llf | | Kill, |pn.b..bl I, ) I I.IM (I. ,I ,.I, :

nl Two' llumlixi. ThmiHiiuil 'ln.llirM c Jim.oiu' !), Putter i will now putting oil into the Field and the other on the ThiN. iliinirmt. the ,K.ullri.] ,1n1 J ,1. j, u., tu .+..
OakVft In Hit .rrHl
'In given on tlilH .alte. The Hot l I. the namen .. producing shallow wells, on' HUt Brown County Young County, Tex s.. Young Now about tin folium' 2 t
No. 3 well which we 'npect to \\'. are now ilririMig,' In tin w 'I'.tIfI: ,
that which/ the Ha. t : drilling program: 1IOWlnd..r be putting1 oil into the pipe. aunp or 'rl""t-1'. Uree 'I1I'ld".i HI t of, W I .1)) ', .-
wanted to ciipimllitei.. n" for Jt IWI(' mlllleinylollniit.! : enridge Field gusher hon HliHulutclv' certain of Met ,! '' :v j as'! '
Nothing ban "tenD.lnk'n' fremslt.'l' /!;y'ali,\i''iHM:' $ ?l$*{;i',! way, .,. .. lines in the next few days. ,' is for hlR'. '' field that. will 1.11kjr. ..fl''lI.JOO"iliI: \ .IM'ff1lf/ \ 't.r \ .I: e
,
The I" ;'t..rll' breaker wnnn't lt 'lTlnlr. 'H*' knew the famous Tidwell Trett.H1o'k ors, with the new South' 'Bend t... oil dati I) .' ,t. 0. : .o ,!,, " N 'I'
; lilin Hiwla And beat of all the Dispatch on The net IMC'otn? from' I-a..u': ,KIM.II: linen- what h>' exult. do (Ile (mil\ iimni-v behind Field in the southern part of ,, ..
I 98/ Northwest BurkWaggoner our mlv ill so t. I nl" teas tin il,,X .1,I. IH I ft ''' I, t.1r,1.
heck bunt, ,., with ,linn,' \\llh, Ian nil \\.11. Ii tli'1,1vrrll No. 4 Wei! now drilling down the' county reporting big'pro. I III."IH lit tlllK, I ,"Ii"I 1 ", 'L"" . | _lI ,"I'" 2
nlin".t mi tin ximl. ., KI.illux* .liillut, i p iKfum ',. about 1.(100 feet in the Breck' I Fd.In ] ."ruu..11.,: uell. i 1n I L."I.I I I ..,I- ,,,, "II.ndw | .1.
duc'pr"Imo"t]
daily i
,IH Mi 1 ,IMII, l'nnltS" mil', \ n tuulifi I.. 1 I" dl'I.dIii : .1 III Is.I nso :
} "r'd In and., . In ? ,,uli! ,IIHM ,mutt,, 'IIIH Ian. ,.1'I-,,I nridgc field] near uffSto the addition to these proptii ,
linn. ,,,II of Hi." k u1.Jpulatlolahot ,i | I noted gusher tracts of the tics. and the une-promi"II1j r.A Across S. P. R R Survey, DO NOT MISS OUR NEXT DIVIDEND :;:

4 , Hall of Abstract 4:17.: Archer I ouiity, 'j'h ,If* )IN. \ ",.ill ,10.I r, i m..h. . i ,,
l II. Ntn. Ih"I.I.,1" \ ifvil v t a )p'n. % Koxanna duar-jnty; Johnson IIre..kl'nrldj'e holdings, some ," '" ':'
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yeti 1" ill *" I 11,1.I ul' u.n..l'yp| , l ii II. x1.i.
nut nf 'tHERE and, other lug wells, and t the Jli"p.II) <'h'ulua.l.! .* lease just across the line from Wichita s..in.. thn>. '111. t 'I i h i k ..i, '''I "i" ". ,I.,)I.. ,,",, ,I",:? ,
and southern w |"..01A"\ '" . .i Ml" .I,Mil. i L,1, I ..Ij10..10"1"l |. TN "t'
r, regarded by drillers and operators holdings arc as follows: County a our 'rhulkeghfg i d'.I.i.I' ml, ii, ', u.l. aIl..t. i] t , '"t'' I
o?
IS THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY: 1t8" *ure.shot for a extension. of the Kemp-Mun- No\': .*tnlit, 2", li.i \ ;, tiHh. dlud., ., u.s .1.- 1
40 WELLS-SHALLOW i I 1 fin I Ib0.n'Inl' i 2., I 1"2" In |I. "' . l':1 I 't"j j
With! two wells! putting oil into the pipelines!'! gusher ger.Allen: Field. This ill near 'InLpprnd, Kh' will 01..1. IIF i ro.' M -is.1.I I." ,id, i I r.tll. .,-1 t 1
the Dundee and others ,In, A011 =1'OiCI-u ulil, "I Ii., "l "i., '11, ', .
Wells a
PROGRAMThe .11'j""
Well No. :1 the sand 1. and according thedriller
now- on ,, .. .
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READ THIS PARERK; du.d ; huh wi I''p.| I. u.' ik.1"u e..u I . . _:
b certain to be a good producer of 50 to 106Larr..ls Dispatch Pe'roleum drilling 1)Illlle\1) tit t\11:1: .: .t. .. I.i.' ,i., tun .'
FlILLY. IT SETS OUT TilE ilii lllHllk oil ln) ,, ,. ,
| < w "" II" 1.1.| I n. itrg 1t."I.I
daily when connected into the pipe lines- Company has a ]lease on 138: !))1 Acres, Lampassas County, KIIIIII nluiiiK 'a.h ,,,1.1".1. : i \\ ii ,in II(,,' ":It
the drilling on the 138-acre shallow ] F.C"I'S80V1' THE KIND Luoou. No1(11x. M nurk-tt.agg I' ) .i.. h., 1.1 1 rnr, I 'r
program proven acres in the proven f field in Texas, in the Lometa Section < ;iimpldi; sod onntrd, : | trt| u,, turn,, : II, .v ,, a. k.::. :a 5.
lease in the Hrownwood field] to be completedin OF A PROPOSITION THAT Brown County in conjunction )'"m. oar \i; 4 \\ 01.. ,1M nna ?.' anng, , ,n,,. ii, Jgusher .
and according to geological ml Nd. in, th, r..nls, II!, ?, I? i" "It I . iv i'd.,I . )
co-operation with the McAdoo interests, and a PKOTEt-IS THE INVESIOK:-. with the McAdoe: intere..ts.Arral'gemc surveys, in the heart of the III"M,. bar, l-UI.ll., TM Io.I.II.,, | I |1'.1.i'.1.| : i.| ", ';. ion I r,, t
well being rushed to completion in the Brecken > nts are under burred wi IIst'e Inik. I r..r. "ui will t." I I.,, ? 'j i '"in.. ..
j -YET PROMISES FOR way Pennsylvania sflructure running limn I gusher In lou think w.. .in, 1'''.-l'Il.''|' ,IIIs, ." {.
ridge wonder field, the Dispatch PetroltLum Com- to drill up the entire lease. This this A with u.h a m lociitliin'
TUNE. RELIABLE MANAGEMENT through county. X'
pany by careful and conservative management, should give us, at I least 40 shal- Cel< your mock now. nt' I* til mil, I... ,p1." ,..fI', 'I rr }.
with hue, , , "
speculative lease no OHIIIMH: il. Ihla'411U.1.| < \I" \I.IIIU: all., i
can operate on its low capital of $200,0(10 AND EFFICIENT OP low wells and should make new rnti. .rprlHfno' Kiillliu' h. i.' MII gel I IIIIIK "n t
wells to
PAY REGULAR DIVIDENDS/ TO THE SHAREHOLDERS ERATION. STRONG ADVISORY (lose-by prove it up tuiba, nod' live ?: It''I I .'n 111\ ,-. Io. ,.Il'' II.t' :
production of from SCO( to ltWe at this time. m kes an ln\ r.lrn. ,.l. w..itliwh,: ;flour.I : : :nrl dhl-,

', ; DRILL ADDITIONAL:'\ WELLS ON:'\ BOARD HIGHEST barrels of oil per day from d..IN ".11 Ili. lei" 't N. nr' ..11." nlg 1.1,1VK "J. ......:.
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mighty hiitil) In 'ash .I..H I HIM l | , ,'' ,| ..
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ITS PROVEN! LEASES;-AND:'\ MAKE THE COMPANY CONNECTIONS SETTLED this lease alone. Pipe lines' 40 Acres, ,Wilbargor County -\ hale' 11'! \\e ui. oft ling 11.11 .. i.'.,il nliV' X;

f WORTH MILLIONS TO ITS SHAREHOLDERS now taking oil from the Block 15, H and T. C K R fur .t. Ile:. (.11< K ,.. ..II1M 1,1' a, ump.n.", ," |10", h"l, ",1' .J:
are tin IKtllHl .
PRODUCTION. DEEP liy HKHllH .sta.| rni' l\'" Mil '' ."'lll 1. .patent :I.
t -NOT TO PROMOTORS. wells already completed and Survey a near-offset to drill .I l mill. t hul miijIiK,' r. '1101010 pl..gr. ,,." m." n 1

THAT IS TilE PURPOSE OF THE DISPATCH WELLS. SHALLOW WELLS are ready to connect into all ing wells, and a few miles livery easenrl.ri pri'nullua' i r", 'nut. ..( fn I hnN, b i ? ,II, fl.de' | }tIevery
nquir i I in.nl i i Hint .,
v. t
l, PETROLEUM COMI'ANTIIP.: EASTERN ANOTHER READ TO COMPLETE wells 'on the lease as rapidlyas north of the proven w'IIand blv requite| :IH ,.Rend( :,,. ulll,, tin., ; -tin,:.':old i 1.1, ,h.i:p:';I.H I- ::
,'M'r)' eli ninndliiK. tt 'N uiiil .
BROKER WANTED TO MAKE THE PROPOSITION RIGHT NOW. ONK: they are made into pro- a few miles north of the proven of oil hiM-Bliii.nl v ,,u ,hint, I I.. I n ,d .?,1.I It-i, f..i "III,. i'
Kind of oil 1"\f. i lin.. nt ., '' I
t PAY THREE MILLIONS TO HIMSELF ducers. field now being extendedby \ "u \\int h.i II IN'Avail ,

WELL DRILLING IN THE ,,,,rHr, ,,..r th. opportnnll.1 .. g ,., , ,,, j
HALF II Ns
AND A DOIEN OTHERS. THE DISPATCH extensive drilling campaigns
1JRRC'KENRIDdE; CfsllERDIS ; 40 acres in Reeves County, our next dl. ul. ml 'tit,i out ,Ih. ii..il, i '''? nil,, I ,
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MANAGEMENT(; ; WANTS TO PAY THAT in all directions. It nut fin -T 1 iv n ni 'II .n, p.albls, ,or", .. mlno \ ,
'I'Rirr) .\ >\ELL THAT Texas, a few miles south of w llh UK -
it THREE MILLIONS: IN: DIMDENDS TO THE 1.
1 Ptios where the Fort Stockton We do not promise to 'level ("" ti ."rkenrldgi and I'(lIITI MM ::1 :
1' SHAREHOLDERS. IT IS BETTER BUSINESS. MAY !lUKE MILLIONS IN

{yv;'r THE'. BROKKR WE INTEND WAN1ED TO PAY TO THEM I'ONZI I PROFITS 'I'HEPUBLK THE NEXT" FEW MONTHS.: now "World reported Wonder flowing in Well"highly it op drill this offsets acreage to producing until we wells can, liniHWIIH' ' , HHIMIMH, , , ,. ': I;

i' DIMDfADS) Gl1\IL\\'TEEP: ,profitable quantities, from a it being the Dispatch policy to )
/ ; WE ARE PllIM.': TIIE11'ONOTE: D l'1P Tt n )'"::1'110'.1-:' ll 1 unPl ,\l .
HIOM PKKXENr; IOLIIN.S! ) ; depth of only 96 f fe..t. only in pools. ;
operate proven
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c THE DISPAItll DiMDEND HECOHU. .- \ -'4 -f.>.kr.-Sb.nrr' III....., \\ "'hl.. Kulla.Irmafl. "J':1=

f.rmllrwmrm i : J
CAPABLE MANAGEMENT SUCCESS +

. ,, INSURES. REFERENCES y National Bank in Wichita Falls Oil Reporter, Wichita Falls,, Texas; inl.miil find J _ f".r x lib I h s. nil, .,t.. I
fI Th.J" I. .

( Porter c ia ke.H. \\ ell.kn\\ ,IH u NI lee i ...fill ip.j i I..I .ir. Fall,, Texas; Any Business; House in Wichita Breckenridge Oil Reporter, Breckenridge, Texas roe - -phnra of, Htm'h In \ -- .t.
.norcorn
and ilon.lv. 1ilintm.il with till.,I mil I liaiklWu lril..,n Falls, Texas; The Guaranty Registry and Trust a
In the* "h.ni'th win! That 'IH niifhiUnl KIIIIIIHC' of Falls ; Texas Oil Ledger, Fort Worth, Texas; !>"rl"I 11uou< |p, r Hlinii. ., par "ilui IllllBIHn.l ii n- i I
1/ Wichita Falls Texas Wichita ,
!It. KKIIHH. The tint,," ..r iink. ..H IIIH ,Innir, I I..n rains. Company, ; I tlHS. .h.or,'s I., I" rullv| ,"HI.I uod,. e
t fleeted with tin oil. IndUHlry, nf T. 511.' Inhoniu unitIvoulnliiiia Record News, Wichita Falls, Texas; Wichita Texas Oil... Gazette, Fort Worth, Texas. nun .anHiHiiitli. r"i % , Mlll.1| I shun), ,. ,ii, II., ( ... .

. A. p.esld.|; .| | nt of u wnl.. -ly r<"i Ok nix d fixe 0 r"ny It wells., :\i-\r: \' >i\i; "> ,111.1, | ln. lOll,, fu"tuif
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million doll. nil. i.orp"tatinu.. . xislak...a HurmundicIhlnin'lf w.-II. tilTlilendB' ' acn.iue .iinj. h..III"4M nf

,I .. ilh nn uilvttiorT. board mode HP or.. cottrle' the company In the futiin.. h

.1{ of men. who nn peihain tinIn ,HI known and mint DISPATCH PETROLEUM COMPANYCapital Name---------------------------- .1 !

highly rmpi i tnl man In Texas, Inculclliic H M, J I : : :

WanKontr, pioneer uf th. Hulks' A bcnker and oil opi'ruler: J I 8tnl.>'. mlllliinalrf oil $200,000 Operating !ia Prarca Fields City----- -
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operator antl danker, and olh<'r outmnndlnn oil op- -- ---- -- - -'-

i. rratori and iilone..r> pr the Industry The nom Par Value $19 Per Share HKSfc.HVM TO nrTLIN ,- BITI1vru -
BCKIPTleiN.
advisory bnaid ha. been rnadp for the) lilnpatrh

Company 0,,, ration and mannicpmrnt! will IN I.! McAdoMakeS-Shaffer( ) Building WICHITA FALLS[ TEXAS r

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L THE KISSIMMEE VALLET CAZmI: FRIDAT.' ./ FEBRUARY' 11. 1921 ;\\ .. i NINE*,

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',la Girlhood, Womanhood, ,If r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I II'I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSIn I 'nanie.Printed esiment.of, upon any as.specified such or counted candidate bellow or retutnec shall and I no ba ('


Motherhood Ic I"a prlht, pr.\lI.lot.upon any shall ssch have.be .


Roanoke, Va.-''I have takes Dr. FOR SALEA Premium -Accident and Health Department Circuit Court for tho Seventeenth ii', he be married; h"rl. B.. Ix>vi) and compiled. wih. of Ballots' '

Pleroa's Favorite of the oldest cuinpnnv, Judicial Circuit of the Htate "'Ulamt Cn-nby .. Trustees of the j" The v Un" in Bald primary. elections ,
Prescription from w rltlnir all forma accident health, of Florida In and for .Oscc-oln Cnuutyi .... H. Tantum., ricceaM- be by. flrja and .. chotCe
time to tlm for over lC LIST UK IIAHUAIN8FOH ;: insurance.. In of cdl Charles B. Uore .h.1 "eono
; year* and and life Requires a mancapable Chancery. the mutter the : and,1 amI.. t. In compliance provlsus -
always found relief from It.. VTboa handling l>li.lniss In every Petition of tl.. Karr tu be a'.ti-i-n-. Camby. urn Trustees .. .of the .tat primary' laws ant
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I was first married about ., RENT.-ix-rourn house furnlsid | particular. Conuulsulon contract dealer. FINAL.llCltli E. under the last Will. and Testament of the names of the< candidates for each
18 nicely few '
-. Jean rent; tliii service considered.Address And now this this commit Joseph R. Tantum deceased
only, Part day cause ; (,nice* si-all lee. printed the ballot
FOK Annlt
ago I had feminine trouble. I becantattrfg SALli' : the 'Prescription' and also the close* to town.; Improved, on brick Department. National and Him'of the report of the HpiflnlMaster married ; Percey L. Tantum and his i'a.'as .1 101cr..
Pleasant Pellets' and I obtained highway) .only t)2GUO' Cheap' arid suranco t'ompuny: 29 South It elS..II': mill the lepolt of testimony wife, If he be' married; Leon I). Tan The: Committee slmll meet nt rl
sach easy terms.FOH Hreet ClilcuKU Illinois. l'-2t' and upon Ito hearltm thc-ie-of IltltlI"" turn and His wife* If he be marriott Vluck p. on the 6th day of
wonderful benefits that I continued. I SAI.E-I..ku. View Farm luln.1""It" on the motlciti for final decre-4 and the Ida W Tantum and her htiabantj.fsh. In 1." City Marbl21.
live taken, all of Dr. Plerce's med- lake for 60 rod.; fronts fin '" ANTI Salesmen for line of It"uar. Court beingfully advinud In th<* hi.: married and Viola O. Tanturn and \ city of Counel and publicly,
'" with the greatest satisfaction.' county road 60 rod I three mile. anteed tlrea. Ouarantecd salary premIses; her husband I 1C he married IT amass the returns, t"ln accordance
from Klsnlmmee; plenty final hummock with oki commissions: ('ows'hTire ; The Court hereby confirms the report any of the same be deceased, or other.wise with the primary election law of Klor
"My sister Is taking Dr. Pleroe's land! richest and best citrus & Rubber Company, Chicago of tltrdliiKS of the Special Master: claIming an Interest In the 'above da,..and whit candidates have.een .
d.lar.
Fleasant Pellets at present an4 says land In the community, three t1u>w- Illinois. Box 784. 9-2tc and 'tho Couit bvlnt.7, : satisfied ns to described land All of whose residences b nominated for each ofAcn voted

they are'all any on* can expect. tug wells, houvu; stable; bearInK the capacity, .capability and "I have given Dr. prove; abAut altO? acrei land, $I 2.60tl. WANTRIJ Work by practical nurse. of Kilicl L. Karr to talie chance and each of you are hereby command- this cnmmluei, within two days
Pleroe's Favorite Heal genuine property rich for development. Mrs. Rhoda "' peare. 14 Oraiine street of and manaife her own .state amid ,'d to appear In the above entitled thereafter, shall certify the names of'
Prescription to ny daughter who Is1C KxceedlriKly easy term. 84(5VANTItIFURNl'l'URI3 property and to become a fiee-doalc.-r cause on or before the 4th day of these candidates receiving: the noml
FUH HALliJ' OK IUJN'l'-Splendld six- In. eveiy respect April A. I). 1 21. '
years old. and also u.. 'Oolcen- ; atlon for any office to the city authorhti -
Medical Discovery 'room house, furnished. good 1<.. ... for mvhome It Is Consldeied bv the Court that WITNESS the Honorable C. O, Andrews. .*. of Klvslmmee as the" nomlees -
and
they have tlon.FOH : : beddlniiT dishes oil stoves a license to take charge of .and I manatee Judge of the above 'Court. and of this party for 'the offices tobe
done bar a world of good.: "-MRS. 8ALR-10.000 acre stock farm rcfrtneralora or any furnltuie.: (r* r- her own. estate and properly. *ninr- 4riv name as Clerk thereof and the voted for at the general election
JOHN MORRIS 9 Fifth Are.. N. B loins lake, can give best of terma; den tools Will pay cash anywhere to become a free-dealer be* .itisil .It. In seal of said Court at Klsslmmee, Osceola to be held March
...... All druMteU .Mil fenced and ready for business Can Address ;communications to ""Furni Hereby grunted to the applicant r.thel County Florida on the list day ._ 1. 12.A.
Dr. Pleroe'smedicines. have 40 >'..ar.' time on part If d..1 r- turicare The Uasetti.. KI..lrnm..e.'ANTI''ORt'al L.. Farr. and that after a con*,' of thin of Oecember, . For the purpose.of thexpenses -
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ed. decree shall have been published Irr ICIRCUIT COURT SEAL) .. of primary d..fryln. In-
Wi: HAVE A CLIENT who n.cds$2Ou \\ watchdog. Must be the manner and for the time lr"M'I"-, J. U OV EfT. eluding the pa th.> ment of electon. and
loan for t tireyear..: has firm. mean and reasonable. Call nt once ed for the notice of application.. ...hebe. As Clerk of the lerhs printing: of etc. the
4 : lance property worth $HOIIO for security. at FIIIInK Station and ISto .-. between and alitis 'hereby, authorize to KRinna A STREP. following ...... .. b"lotl levied
Can also place {500 loan to Klsslmmee and Kalnt Cloud 0 take charge" of and l control I her estate., Solicitors for Complainant 4-18 sralnst prospectiveanillilate.. for the

Hood advantage. to contract and I be contracted, with varlou. ofn..... \ be Ailed:
FOR n"NT-Two small farms: welllntat.d LADY OR ORNTLRMAN! Agent wanted = to sue and be sued .and. to bind herself NOTICE TO nRnITORSla five dollars.
and Rood alJ.) See us In the city of Klsslmmee to sell In all respects as fully J** If she la'or.and Tax five d.ltare. -
F CI.tk
HOH. FBBIQEB J 08C..1COUNTY.. KTOWS better gras5 the genuine J. It Watklns Medicines. were unmarried the Covrt. of Ike { .. Judge.Osreols . Cole..tor.
. . than any other part of Florida Spices. Extracts Toilet Preparations Pone and Ordered In Chambers nt < .., Stair Klorlda Treasurer flvf dollars .
Come let us show you tho best all- etc All or spate time. A Orlando Florida on this the 2d! d...v Members City Council flvp dollarstmmffflarm.
round ranch In Florida. Large or. wonderful opportunity to get Into of Kebiunrt. A. I>. 1021 In re Estate of N. B Carson.To .
ancre grove: SOC acres line pralrlt business for vourself Write today C O ANORRWS4t al Cr..dllora Legatees, Distribu The following Inspectors and clerk
SELLS land beautiful home on the beach, for free particulars and sample J. JudKe .. .. . havlnl Claimsor are hirbv designated to conduct thv
with two miles lakefront on large H. Watktns Companv. 61 Memphis. Demands against "tat..: said primary election :
lake. farm stocked and In fine run. T<: nine condition Come let us show JUDICIAL CIRCUIT and required to present any Farmer. Tom N. Clark.
Fire Life Accident and you, This place I embraces about MISCELLANEOUS. Ole TIn STAT OF FLORIDA. IN claims and demands. which you or Clerk A "3. Thomas .
18011 acres, and Is close to town, ha AND FOR OHCEOLA COUNTY: IN either of you may have agaInst the GKOTtOB %V., PER8ONB .
too many advantages to describe, I AM SF.IAI.INO Osceola Kertlllser CHANCERY jWltloek.. Com estate of N R Carson deceased late ( rhalrmsn,
Health. Plate Glass Lia- Can biv bouATht at bars-am. ,Best of the best that's made F. H Lawson. plainant. Versus Thomas U. Reid et of Oaccola County Florida to the undersigntd I-
reasons for selling You can dentdirect 2.4t al. respondents.: DILL TO QtMKT T1- Executrix of said estate,
'with owner.FOH TLK: OUDKK OK PUBLICATION: within two years from the date here- WAJtAMAkElt SPEAKS WELL

bility and Boiler Insurance. RAI.I'--B3Ii., acres with fine lakefront SECOND HAND HOODS bought sold TIlE STATE OF KLORIDAl' of.
farm well fenced; about 600 and repaired The Casino 4Unorm' TO: Thomas n Reid and ElIzabeth, Dated December 27, A. D. 1810.WILIIELMLNA Ii REGARDING THIS STATE
acres excellent prairie I land: farm S. Rel4. his wife; Homer Rumsev CARSON.
Legal Bonds Executed divided Into several flelds; 30 acres Charles S. Cary and \Vm Floswell 3-9t Executrix.
Is
Keep ur Job the
1 Wan
Trove: five sets bulldtns-w. all kinds unsafe rYI' It blma nr' You All of whose residences. and addresses John make' merchant

of piachlnrv! three silos four want a life-Ions business You can are. unknown: You and each of v..u. "DMI I 1'1"101 prince, now in Florida, in the adverJBornenU -
Same Day Needed. mnles three horses: beautiful property net Into such a business selllns are hereby commanded to BPP"Br'In ( of his big New York and '
t and a real bargain Come see more than 137 Watkins productsdirect the above entitled cause on or before I. Court uff the ( ausily Jii4ic, 001. (In
I It and vcu will buy ItIf you knowa to farmers If you own autoor the 7th day O( March A. D III 21 ('o..f, Htmtr vr Klortda.eSatate Philadelphia stores inserts' one

Rood thing when you see It. team or can fit aim.. If cot ianfrlve TO: All parttles clalmliiity an Interest corner a daily editorial.In .
FOR LR--Br..nd" house. andlame In the of NthuthIck..-
new securttles. following described land rqcent advertisements he edi-
bond with personal
,I OFFICE: Stall Bad Builii.j. : lot on Main street: $3500 Faorable \\ e back you with big se-lllnir help: Be-BTlnnlne 72% feet. East of theMouthiwi'st ItT TIlE JtmCJR OF HAll COURT tonally had tUs to. say1 about Flof-
\ term. of payment ; convenient corner of Block "W" of \Vh..r"B" I7\el\n Hal has
52 vears In business 20.omi.nun\ users ap"I'dto .
cosv. and nice of our products. Write for Information Henry A Mathew's Addition to the this Couit for .. of ida:
FOR .\ ({rov... close In : good terms of pnvment J R WATKINS COMPANY.Dept : run thence Kast fio f..4'I. thence North late of said Count of Os- but i. not the of
We want to show you (hUtpropertY 111. Wlnona Minn A-2IX 223 Vi feet thenceVest 122 % f.el.thence Oe ota i Oar 4
Soulh 7St.!, fe-et thence l aMt These Ale. Therefore. To cite a.nd Eden. Few mep can live ther -
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I FOH SALE-Nice home on hIgh 72Vi feet and thence South 150 feet to admonish all and singular: : the klndretlsnd out earning their br a' ground: newly: painted : Just outside FOUND the place of beKlnnlnR. All lyIng In iredltors of said deceased to be of their brows. Yet it ;l still true
Buy It city limits: S lame lots: fine wellof and being a part of Block "'V" of said and appe'ir before* this Court ,
pure soft water Terms can be FntTND-I.adv' puree with .ont..nla Henry A Mathews Addition to the before the 3d day of March A D. 19f that they can start with little capitalor '
had : $2000 Owner may have nnmi bv paving Town of Klsslmmee CIty Florida. under and flle objections. If any they if they have mlrfd to work
FOR SALR-Pome fine flve-acre tractsIn for this colic.and t cnllinw at 015Sproul Thomas G. Reid and Rlfsabeth 3 to the KrantlnK of Letters nf d foC. steadfastly."Nowhere .
rtnedale hlirh ground fine mention avenue Jack Bans S Reid his wife: Homer Rumsev istration on said estatc, otherwise the .
EitherWay Faxorable terms of pa\mint I Charles 8 Parv and Win Boswell. If I same will bc granted to said Evelyn except in Italy, are
Bin. a chicken and fruit ranch and any of the same he deceased or otherwise 1 Hall or to some other nt person or there to b seen gunrl.esand

lite close to town clntmlni: an Interest thereln : All ; personsWltnites sunsets nowhere else in this
FOR \LF-5' acres Just outside city of whose residences and ,*iddr",'''''''. m\ name as County Judtri .
limits tine shade. $.rgnfli house Are unknuHn You amid ** von of the C'nun' afor staid thin the Hth country, so far &I know, can. one :.
nice bearing grove: good wateT and ..1 iANNOUNCEMENTSFOR I anhr'lmy: commanded to a'.hpp'; : r In I dav of A D 11 see the fruits and flowers .

fine corner 14000 the aho\e entitled cause* on or before ( KRAI. ') I.. Iro"
'FOR! ( 1'1' \1.1'.220 aires with tine grove the 4th daof April A. D 1D2IVVITNES. ''-4t County .)udge.A 'j
of 20 acres {0f>d buildings anile .! the Honorable C 0 And : -- ---- sir :
xi'ellent land tc-rm at 12-MKMl( ..w.. Judge of the above Court and % OHDIN'AN('- "
j (Oro .. will pay bite Interest and llvLI. mv name* as Clerk thereof and these
InC al of said. Court at Klsslmmee Osce. Aa Osf-i I Asm1 IO ,i%satltPsild VettOTIIHKK .1
Tablets 1 KINDH' of I'"lnrldlh..m..." and Investments MAYORAt ola County Florida on the 31st ds v off the ()Or.J..Mn .Ha: tit I+4
Consult usNKI.KO'V of December A O 1020 AN onDINANCBAn for
the solicitation of alar..* number SEAL Ordinance to the Use orV..t..r
IIKAI.T COtIPA4YIt (CIRCUIT COURT ) H..latlnl I
I -- - ---- of my friends I hereby. announcetnself . T L OVKRHTRRKT, \ and l the City of
FOR \"K- Motor boat cvllndir.: 6 a candidate for the oftli e of A. Clerk of the above Court KlssiinmsoFlorIda.. and. sit
' M P l"lrame'toi * White Man's l l'rimnary' to be held on ing the Methods of I suchVnter
or I Length IB feet draft about Solicitors for Complainant 4-18t urnl.hln.
14 Inches Will sell cheap HIli. March 6. 1921. I dulrto thank myfriends -- \ and Mfchts the
I I Companx. Narcoossee. "'Iorllia2t... for their kind support In I thepast. OlIDIAN( and for the Collection of'at..r and "
I and will vermurh appreciateyour I Light BlIlHBK or 1

support and Influence ""," 1... IT litl| I >AIVKT> RY THK CIit'NCII.
Fon 8ALR One "olln..onn. Is plnv-
AB 0.rill.... . Resmlale thr Oper- -
promising faithful service In the discharge .
LiquidPERUNA ful. and ltoodn'IlIr..d.tli; mnUeharpKin OF THK CITY OF KlSSlMII.ldThat : \
of the duties of the. ,fIle... loa of Hack Automobile, or otbrrvebtrlii
price Call at 21ft Veronistreet. 11 M lilt I'} \KKIl for .'......... !. Ike S..tlun Threof the Ordinancel'7ntllled
Klsslmmee (Mr .f Kl....lm..... fl. ,Vn Ordinance Relating to I
the Use of \Vater and. Light In the
FOR fllALR--T' six-room buntralow. .'0" MtOHfn RK. IT ORItAIVKD TIlE COUNCIL City of Klsslmmee, Florida and Reguliiilng -
I all modern large lot flrsl-rlnsii t ho Payment therefor and
OK THK CITY OF KIKSIMMKKSei -
,lundltlon. for qnti'k sale One .....'.k bibiilf, of Honorable T M Mur- 'tlon I All persons ownliiR public "oidintf the Methods of FurntnhlnKtiprh
onlv nt $2000 Huv from ownerI'osleifftce phu e* hereby announce his candlda- And I.trihtn to the Citizens
harkK automobiles or other \e- \al.
c\' for Mayor or 1h.- fltcif Kldslmrnee and .. ( of '
Klsalmmee"i and
Hox 413. li'l.'s 1 for the t ran spot' ,"Ion of necN 'ol..tlnn \at'r
- ---- .' l i .lu hi Hi Un, ,' asfollows
'n" m's 0"> In the o""UI..n r..d
A A treat ", ..dlcln..v..rh l- >R SALR' Best seed silP-nrcane In lTf>ori hi. JietiiK stated atroechei that,| be* \oiilcl on the nut subject announce - of t ranupoi' lln."n"AI.1 pa..elll..is f.r hirewithin .
limited quantities.. See' J It Frierl.ouubman . the of }Cisaimnshell S. i lion I A flat rate of fifteentfiitH <1
Florida. ". SI hiniHelf aa .1 i arlilct-. but I If ,' .C'1) < lOch> p"'r Kilowatt for e-lec-
..I..t..d lie could not eio I.-... thanserx a 'n. tax of O'lve I $5.00) r>ol- 11
-miefiJt. B, Mix 1. Bom tOI.CM - -- Km. s. I payable on, or before the 1st tt tic current for llfthts or purI -
Teu., wrtteMiI floAT FOR PALR-Almost. new motor e hoseS with a minimum charge of One
Ttrt dunf ( In each year find no
We belle\e i i in nnno"w" Hnnorahle 'tnl"r I
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boat, capacity 8 or 10 passenKers. per month meters to bo read
hsr. S M Pe-n_ SB* kSvM Ml S- T 5!. Murphy fur maxor that wrec fractional licencgMapll be IH"u"H..lol .. l'nlRr
for eokla. eaurbei uel ..._. It tmnf mjrataras IS feet long;: all cypreas lumber .mild not annnune*** a better man, for 2 No pi'rson shall i narire except that all mo tornhiaters "j
as4 Id* on* lak eoM vkea I Price $I *; complete or will the position ..r one that has elrealvproven II I" sum than FIfty cents ( 90.11) art d stoes, with of
I........ to..TissDng __- sell boat without motor for $75. himself of Krcateialue the transportation ofn pasKenuerto 3 l' O McCabe Klsslmmee Park lIt to or from any single pu/nt within the t'har.. d for electric current at the
SIf..- .._- this oily( city ; Provided. however that rnte of Might Cents < 8c) p,s KV.
I.ok.d .poa m* me nusble mtiam. totof FOIl SALE-Fourteen shares of stockIn We respectfully solicite>ur support they In.I. charge an equal Hum for Hour or a flat rate for motor of $2.26 All
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-.ria e,eijr deort|>Uo*. whet***U M ofnl the Klsslmmee Ice and Cold at the coining. electionHIS each passensrer HO transported.ftectlon per homo power per month and aeh..rA'e ..1.
__, t.-aM.......-.--ii- Storage Companv. For Information FUIBNOSKOIt ; -!. J: Any person violating; at the rate of One Dollar per .

\ 0 "'1';": ,>liisTfBSts ths hos>is tat...;,. apply to H T. Butler former mnnanr MOH any of the above provisions shall, upon month for each 100 Watt lIght for alelectric .0. .

Miiexs ..*k>M> ..,. rmsumr bem .r, Zl Verona street KlsslmmeeDtf conviction. bf,' punished by a fineof Illht. on th. outside of business .
.s-.. PssIt__.-_...-7%.. At the solicitation of manY of mvfriends not more than Ten (110.00) Dollarsor other than light main.tamed. I
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I bvMmprlsonment of not more than by the City, .hBI be madesuch ;
FOR SALE--One Bets Electric Wall I herewith present mv nameas ten (10) days. lights to be not I longerthan j
a' candidate -
Sold for nomination for the
Evarywhar Plate. Practically new. At a reasonable Section 4: All persona twelve hours out of twenty-four
price. Apply Valley Oa- position nf mayor of Klssimmee I subrject vehicles for hire a.' above operalnl. at saM rate. The gal., .honK'n '
the decision of
ette 7-It. to the voters pariiciteting shall rates a 8 not forth herein shall take
post a card showing this transportation -
- -- ------- ( : In the white primary on ,fleet and apply aftoi.' February 1. :
Ratur"tar..h! P. 1 <>Z1 For threeticc'ilve ra t.. I In HOIDIi oiisplruoUHplace :
roll s.il.Twelve White I,,-< ten months old tIne liyi.itrUI terms I ha\e seireed thepeople hire, cur h card to be furnlshi. bv the *'fftlorv 2 All ordinances or nnrtM
of KlMfininice :
rll in $2 each A leo CKKS. (orhatching In thin same City of dlnnnrea In conflict herVh-vlth- beH
M. TILLER : from select pens of Light cnpaeltarid. I fccl with I mfilctid, .. /I..rle nd lb..a.e a re.
Ml e.. or parts of ordinances h.r'by r"I'.I..dn..ad
thnt I can again fill the office with
Blown. eKhorns U\erlav strain : A firnt time in Reunion
In conflict herewith be. and th'stme open
11 GO per setting of 15 If .."II'd.ror.r credit arid satisfaction I shall ap amitemiby r..p..al"d.Ih'Ad iinrt l Itt' unanltnoiiH, t onnent pic-'d upon .

Real Estate Agen y.scan I .. 12 per ...ttln.. If packed and prr.'iatlthe support of rnv. frInds.It. a first and aecond. time In open UH f-roid) reading and final .
R !MAY Ill"
shipped! by parcel post (J KKrlbbs session and passed by unanimous eec.mind unanImously l PIHH'dI
.sssnss.ctafltastflsss. : Klsslmmee. Florida 7-4 tc consent this 10th day of January, AU Thin let day of .February A. O

4 Realty Bought and sold. FOR RALE'-Potato-farmlnir machinery REDUCED FREIGHT RATES 121 H M RRR\KRR 521. H. M FIRRAKTCR I 71 1

Houses rented. at pre-war prices, one planter! : ASKED BY CATTLEMEN Attest r'res CIty Council Attest President of Council 1
one hcddlnir-dlsc; one McWhorterfertiliser J R Olr.RKRT.CUV J R OILRFHT.
Taxes paid and Titles verified distributor. Inquire at Clerk. j
; Lupfer & I'rather Karaite Broad- SRAI.) ( SEA I.) : :
6-tf Washington, February 7.-A reduction Approved this lat of February, 11
for nonresidents.Fire. way. Approved this 12th day of January dwy
\
in freight rates was asked 1921 .\ F>. 1151 j

Life and Accident In- FOR SALR-One Nash touring car today of the Interstate Commerce J S CADRL. J. S. CAt' -. ;
and one Haynes seven-passenger 6-S1 Ma\or >.5t! ? < ASir'f"
Commission ; o
six
surance. touring: car Roth of these at bar- by oithe largest I

gain prices. W. B Maklnson Cltv cattlemen's association or the west.
Indemnity Bonds. IN TIlE CIRCUIT TMRBKVFN1 I. t 5.1. KOH \VHim .'IUI"Iff
ft 2-lf Their spokesmen told told of the 'KKNTH (OtHOr. 1 TION. II.I'-
!
.. . . . .. ...... . .. . *. .FOR SALR-Ponies. Saddle Horses commission that market prices o*f.OF 1HK I"I FLORIDA: :\IN The. city> ex"cull. lorntnlttoe of | )h.> ; ..1

1 _ _. _ _ _ _ _ and mares $60 UI.e' W. R Partner sheep. cattle .and wool had fallen so AND FOR OSCKOLV COUNT Y. INNCKRY \hi. Ian'lnr' In the ct\( '. ofKI"allrn.
. (' .\ : EMMA ROURRM" Com- .. hen by "'11 I I ..nlpro'ld. forholdUIK
O K KIUHIW W J. STKKn foreman New Rrten Plantation. low that western rattle raiser andfarmers plalnarit. ,' R nl I a white i na, *'!1..<'- 1j
near Narcoossee. Fbi or A. F.. I ;: tlon. to he held In the H"lol"n.
hisponelents Qnl'II.rTjf. I Hi
IKRIBBS STEEDAtor.rc Thomas. Klsslmmee.. $ Fla 42-tf were no longer able to sell 1 I : Ill ii.tT ) : .I in-
, &: their for I 'I.n Ol F r. .* 111 <'o in pi la nee wl 1 the I II" a fr
Til .
produce enough to pay 011 TE OF 1'1\1I'\TIOS I t I ht' $tt.t of Klrii hil. gail t pi, mitt \ tote
I \ a.d ( ouncI..rm ci lawl FOR HAJ.E-Uood. neeond hand Fordvat's. freight rates. TO T. R Halev mill hi. wife. If h<' ) held du rl ntc t. h'"HM (ft Ix< il t-\ lawfoi 11ji
l
FIortd. Sam U ItagarlaltPhone 25. ji
Kl..Imc. The ,' niiel tim hdhlinir 1 .. 31 -If. oomplaint contended that financial hp'mllrl.d.I Thomas R 11111. 'I'I""H .IlIr.
G..I 1.(1. I,,0 all "..... cadlalid Small A his wife \\,11111, (III) :llrl. 5. 1 1121.! I Ii.niinuti ion
conditions -
-- ------ made it impossible lall'y. .
i "<.<.. ('ou.... lluilson Ii .l fe. i If he In of <.llldlt., H foi , i.'t"lit H\LR"; In 31 to 3-gnlloi( ha rre mll"l.I.I..h .
---- -- l to obtain loans to condition cattle II Hudson ,anil, Ills \ .' t 10 I, for nt UH K.n"1 i It. t Ion \
,1" altMoluIely pure cane A"'lIp.| t to I" I li. hi in said rltof KIHlrimt,,
fine. birreli. for market properly and that I In' nirtirled Oeoltri' R Hudson ntulhlii 't ton
\t. New
I J. W. THOMPSON \ cv pre'SS vtlfi.. Ir he be All",it .1 llnul I Imit. Sat tJMl"" M.t r, h 2f. I 1':'21tluallfleMtliiinM
sell "forwhntecr
H r"H"'H am bank he-re td nh..1 (growers were compelled to Ilrl.,1 .
1 real, M"lilt\, unit i ut If (' I. they can fret in an Unmarketable -r And hln . I 'he be marll'il' Thin.. ,ml ,.nl\ IIOHI> .l'ir'I.rs:! ,
Charbs. B LOM And \ N' ( ,,,mty. a t "i COlIC. sill Y
.
I ,
( Milrre\ for next flflc* n cia: % s. f n 11111 '
.
,
Funeral DirectorAND .b MiiillHon KniKMl.eiMaillHon.. condition us Trusties nf the ." of .1 losi phIt per in iiit.-i i to \ ot i Il. or "H'I.IIII.I '

Florida, S- :'fttIolt "Sheep have so declined in value Tnntllra. iliiiBBed CI.HlliH. Tl Lorianil 'in.1.t.. II,. "I.a""t. of. ,.al.1: ,olma..v, "
) 'i'c'tor.
hit
William M C mbus TniKtieand < < II.. "h.. are whi. <
- --- --- ------ that will .
" they scarcely thpfrC'ijZ'ht l.ti' I h.'i If f. tin
,. pay "" Rxecutors iinilir tin lest l \\ lllanil < prliiflple
i-I \1.--Slxl-f..r" fine ciit
: acii-s '
'
. to market, the complaint T"AIII..t "f losi |"h It Tnnlum.deceased in "u.lxltlon, of the "lll.' inn '
11'* leon all cltareel iiniler) BOO.I .
said. "The wool unsaleable and Annit1 Talll' anil In r 11'"t, in tim .'it' of I.I"HI"'.t u'ho
Ci Will
fence* Me'Vl -1-0001 llOUHe is .
LICENSED EMBALMER .. L 1 h th la\\H of ltv of Kicair-"
l.il i'e )
If I. cry
I hltsbind I. sh. mil i .
.
M II chcMp: ( 0111" anil se e cir write* of last are stored with .. la" . ,. .. ''r.
.. TiillilH. crops year 1 Tlllul and his wlfi'. If be I In tnnr'ritI 'II fnl i 1* ( torn \hi i ha\ iji I
leil M H.iy ItlclKiKlorliln I
, > no buyers eon It Taut inn "nil bin wlf,', If )tr- I..hrua" 12 I l'-'J.' 11,1 l Ih.lr I
Store and Chapel. Stewart Ave. S-2tx "Within the last ninety days cattle h.. In.married : 1,11: W Tantum and poll taxm for t the \",'H rn I 1'ti! <> ;mil, l I'ti'nMho 1
- - ---- --- --- ;
rled .1 lave' "I"'r'd l t to a ml. Im'I IK-
KlSIMMLE.: KLeOHIDA CcirnliVlilte' i In r husband. If slu' I" nui ," up i
\l.l'-Mnwle I.eirhorncKKS
Foil H have declined 40 to (;.0 percent ; hops l Tantntn; Ald'l1r, hu"hlI. If ,INK Marc (6 i, 1 1921. and 1 w hi ,pledfit '
j K.irrlsZhO and Zxo-st inlnt have declined an equal amount andsheep .\Inl" ..I of who..,- lesMin- I h..m..I".H to 81)1(1tmi, the i fWtiHw of
Ml fur fl (Icriggi.' $1 2 fII perInn "rl..d. Al I .
'
.
Id prlmiirv nnd "nl. for I htimtnlTi
, yo"Rml s.i
have declined much ci s and arltr'se"' re unknown .1..10"
Appltn, A 1 II Marstnii I'lnep as or more.
PIANO TUNING AND ,
REPAIRING t" the Cit ,
fcimmsndid H iiHiitni '
*
i at h of you "r.' h.r..hv "r..f lt )
7.Klsslinmtc
rim I.* Addition. I'listofHce JInx 4< Tim condition lead to bankruptcy to appiar In the .I"" entltleiltuiiKe t li.i.tlon '

All Work Guaranteed __ FOR HAJ.R-Jlor.. and Mules 7-Ctx Inquln and ruin of the entire farming districts on or before t" day of im.sliiIcaIImica. of <.andid.4ea .
of J M !Miller 19-tf of the country which face' March A O 1121TO ThoM*'. nnd onl\. ,\ th.a. person. ..111 .
of John R Hudson I I permitted* to I "", !
I The h<'lrn law 1..nn1 IrRI. ;
.
A.B.YODER ' prices below cost of production while dereasid The di-\la> s under the .ff. ..B to h. "..1.,1 foi in ., \' .
FOR I.1'0 box s suits 4-ycnr the cost of transportation ill 75 who I hemtielIn
old size xe-lxet. one dark blue. one per- \\11 of John H Hudson, d..a..d. aldal .I"'I.nM. .1.,1. ,
.
In the i to hi the saul
cent above costs. parties an lntin''t w ,10.1. r""ul..f
Florida dark Kreen Husslan stvle v. biteerillar per-war. ..- clRimll1" ""(' undi .lohnH pi,1 Imnn el* .. and then.nmi'es
Phone 324 Klssimmee and rulTM. ele-tachable Nearlv -- -- ---- Hudson. .... 111..0 otherwiseclalmlnxr t Ih."f "h" "uPlorl
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.H.I. Ir.
,, new_ Applv 301 !Main street 49-tf an .Int.....st th..r..11 Theheirs the Inws of the "State *if .paln..1ul.I..r FI.rl"l
: law of R de- < II" of ldusimme to hold l office \
oii- at Joseph Tanll"
/ A Rat That Didn't Smell After SAI.E--Qne Emerson Type..rtter.mod..1 I THE FORUM j ""aHtd. The devisees under the Will' .no < of neeto I.e HI led. .

". Being Dead for Three Months three visible Oa..Ue.a. good a. newApply It of Joac'ph It Tantum d""B".d. and .11..lhl.obctor In the tltv of K'nntm-'
Valley all parties claiming an Interest In the to vote In ..Ri prtnmr v
"Iiwemrlt wasdevl threemnnths." writes Mr J. --- land hereinafter described under Joseph .' .-..tlon shall have the to \ote

Ryku (N J I. '.I.... thu rat every day: put some WANTED. OWNS LARGE HOLDINGSAND R Tantum. deceased or otherwise In acid prlmn rv for \ ':j

Rmt_;oaphe-hind a b.*T..l. Months.ftenrards. my .Ialmlol an Interist therein and One candidate for mnorone .
Vrteiiooke-d. behind the bornoI.Thrreitwudnd..-< FARMERS-Bend today for a free ENDORSES GAZETTE ALL or persona claiming an candidate for clerk and tax

Ksl-Susp teO* In tsiM tart. for J.Vc. 63c. It.IS. sample copy of the Florida Farmer Interest In the following d."lb..dland. collectorOn I
and Stockman. published at Jack Editor of The Gazette which Is the land described *- candidate for treasurer
Sold aad ....'.ntiwd 1, : '
( rCRNTRAI
sonville. Tells about livestock rain- the Hill of Complaint In this case to- Three candidates for mem.her.1 of
nnVO S'FORf1 Ins; dairying pooltrr. citrus fruit I saw your article on the illegal wIt : The West-half (WH! ) of the CItY Council for two yearn e.o.

MARDWAHB' COUfPANT and trucking. weekly at 111.00 per seining on Lake Tohopekaliga and Southwest quarter rS\W. ) of the Five members of executive -
OSCKOliA
year-three years for It.00. Only East Lake" Tohopekftlig-o in the issue Northwest quarter (NW 4) of Section tee for one vear :
livestock and general farming. paperIn Fourteen (14). Township TwpntynveIt6 TI. for Qi.illf7l.iKRnch
of Gaaett'undsr
the at ate. Write today The date of Friday South, Range Twenty-nine 19) person Blrlnir: to have bin t t
Pat Johnston O P. QARRHT ; February 4. I am sore that everyone containing twenty (2 0) a e.. I nAm. printed on the primary election :

. W ANTEAT ONCB- .-Small cottgeor! I who visits/ Osceola county can more or l wM. under T. R. lUley sml Ira Hot as a candidate for any city of- I
JOHNSTON 4V GARRETT bungalow tot summer: must have his wife. If h<< be ma"rle: Thomas R flee shall Hie with the chairman of 'f
ATTORNBYS-AT-YAW1 bait must be furnished; most. bereasonsblyprlced. : 1 heartily endorse what- you say-and Bailey and Sarah hi. : I this committee on or before February
: Write to what, you quot aa said by one of WillIam Hudson and hU wife. If he b 2. .fttl. his notice of oandidacv and i

Qfifiyr 1. H and 12 OsceoU Band Kalow" care, The Ossette. "nun-I' your visitors! : Joseph H. Hudson and .'hil application. to have his. came 90 printed '.
> I
marl" .
h* be mflt: OrofX K. upon 5 Manic to be" fnmfshrd hV
r0 'Buildine.V -, WANTHb--(Jeneral A rflt tttf WILLIAM HAHMAN. Hudson and Ma ha be married ihichaIrman of this committee. anlacci Dt01"1 ,

,- i KI3iMM.Ea.\: FLORIDA slmraee and vicinity for Monthly Altoona, Pennsylvania Albert J. Gardner and his wife >mpsini by the amount of his a.I .- .

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TEN THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921 s i\ st
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: :/( IN SOCIETY'S' REALM ,

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; CASINO All matter' Intended, for' this de- T
PArtm n< liuold by handed In a.,earlyHa.pnatblor :
A , \ Inllt events muct, l b. niithfentlc. Call 3 Days 3.

.I . NC V'( '_ .,._ .u _. .._';. .__. ._._.h :_. .. ., .:. , each"'"00"Kitldtiy


VIERRAS HAWAIIANS' VISITS WHILE KISSIMMEE TOUIUNG--000-STATE.

I i I Mixs: Gertrud Lawson of Clhrion, .
Penti" lvanla, who is-vinitinjj .iniiny: ", C>:E'"
points of interest in Florida, in guest,
of Judge and Mrs. George !.'. KrihbsJ l .
Present Friday J] stirs Lawson .is }Jiighly. delighted I
j -
]'with thin section and its "
en l'onI i A. S. GILBERT'SGigantic
i| menu. '

'1 "A NIGHT iN'HA WAII"PICTURE 4. KNJOYKI) TRIP_DOWN ,
-
I THE I: KAST: ("OAST1 ,
: A :Mr. and :Mrs. II. II. ,,Funk, Mr. nrr.1 I II r
't
y. Mrs., Walter Hall/ Mr. and 1 11jrs.J.
I'' ::: FEATURE. -'' "BEHIND THE DOOR" ;I i: I, 1', Dillon, :Mr. and l Mrs. (..eol'leV.. I Clean :
1 's' i \Daisy: :Mrs. C. N. ]Paver, and C. O. Sweep
f :t: COMEDY - "THE VILLAGE CHESTNUT" :St!: 1J"ih'e:.\ returned, from a week's
f I trip down the east ('.oastvisitingWest
,
''f
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Palm Beach Palm aii.l
= = :: lieach
((1 :
:, :Miami ciuouU.

,(I SATURDAY 1 i (! oi.n-TIMK: : ACQUAINTANCES(

:MEKT IN KISSIMMKE!: :: .
: :: I!, :Mr. and :'111'W: Class and :Mr.1nml :
h "A NIGHT IN HA WAII"PICTURE :Mrs.l T. II. Thatcher, all oft- _
y | liinfa, who were, on their way to''I
: ::: Fort :Myers, stopped off in KissimI I
I on Tucsdiiv sofficiently long( to
L I t FEA TURE 'THE LOT7ER MAN" 1I:: I have nn enjoyabli1 visit with their .
-
old-lime friends Rev. and. It!rs. R.'F. 'i'StDon't
Ilodnett.i ( .
I COMEDY "HOMESPUN HERO" I
i MISS ROBINSONMIOSTKSS)
-=-_ ..___ OF NORTHERN FRIENDS .
y :Mr. and Mrs I, John C. !Robinson, of',
Afternoons - 15 and 25 cents Richfield Springs, New York, and'Mi.
.t i ; . and Mrs.: \10.: V. \Evan: of
I iltngton I Vermont, have been HIII"j
Nights - - - 25 and 50 cents : 1 101' Mr. Robinson's sister Miss Lucy: I
: i j I Robinson, at Lake Breeze, Milliard's' ,,
I ti. Island. The visitors. are making an
: :-:--: x---oX": :-:--:--:-:--:-:":--:-:--:"" extended stay in Orland

--- LADIES' AID WILL GIVESOCIAL
fail
to profit by shopping
c--->-) TUESDAY EVENINGThe
.I Ladies' Aid of the Presbyter-
inn church will give a social next here where we have bar-
TUt'Rday'eninl!.' at the Hart :Memorial many
; CASINO -to which the general public is
', invited. An' entertaining program gains left that are lower than the .
will be furnished, and there will be I ,
.
. - refreshments; while a free-lwill offering -
; will be taken at the door for lowest in price and good
as as
1 Wednesday, Febuary 16 the benefit of the Near East Relief. ,

FORMER: RESIDENT the best in
quality. -:- -:-
GUEST OF HIS MOTHER
t Special Presentation j Victor L. Van \Duzer, of Vadnlia,
:Missouri, is guest of his mother, Mrs.

t'"INSIDE f I mont Frank avenue J. Van, and Duzer will, of 205 B.au-I Sale Ends
14
: THE CUP"You visitor main here fornu'ily during lived the month.in this city The I! Monday February

,
-and for Rome time was with the
: have teen the inside of many cup, but the charm i Loughman Lumber Company, nnd

that this one hold for you it beyond telling in so small his many old-time friends are greeting -
him most affably.
a apace. YOU'LL SIMPLY HAVE TO SEE THE

PICTURE NEXT WEDNESDA I ]HERE FROM I FOR MARYLAND WINTER A. S. GILBERT 45 Main Street

Mr. and' Mrs. Peter lIartRnl
: From 2:00: to 6:00: Afternoons - From 7:00: to 11:00: Nights whose:Maryland home, who is in have Principle been 'Furnact'//

.
numerous occasions, are spe '
Added Attraction I the winter at the home of their, ':
i I daughter, MrlI'k\ :Makinson. all I. .
"UNCLE TOM WITHOUT THE
Shingle Creek. The visitors, declare I j -- .
A GENUINE RIB TICKLER CABIN"I I they enjoy these visits to Kissimmee, I Friday t'\'t'ninjt-whl're the chief I .-
: and each year look forward to their
decoration of the reception room wasa
f. "C"C"C e" < ><" "C"CC"0"MvYOUR -:+:--:-:-> return with eagerness. I I"BACKSKT huge flag covering one entire side

, CLUB" of the apartment. The major por- ,
-
- u -
r IN ENTERTAINED \tion .of the entertainment sites dancing KISSIMMEE .GROCERY.NO.
and it was to the floor manager
.1" At her home, 2'20:! Beaumont avenue - up
north Mrs. H. II. Funk Tuesday I O. P. McCabe to direct the affair .
SUIT! afternoon delightfully entertained, and to "call off" the old-style .
WOODFor the members of the "Backset Club" I"square" dances-and the result of(
-the of entertainment his work drew much applause More
f HAS IT BEEN ORDERED? log carried program out by Mrs Alice be\\than half a hundred residents of the ''''''1' '

stove or fireplace delivered on Mrs. II, M. Wells, Mrs. Hill and Park enjoyed the evening/; and the e
has should .
t If it not you see ui Parker Charming accompanying refreshments. .,
+ : hun short notice. Also heavy hauling Byron refreah-I Among the guests present were .
at once- -for we are showing ments of 'a salad course '.' oNO.23 BROADWAY
dreds of the finest suitings, and of all kinds with auto (ruck. r Leave orders at Osceola I Hardware ice was served.MISSIONARY Mrs. Kirchberg Mr. and Mrs, Mc-
the fact about them is
startling
I Citbe, Mr. and Mrs. Teal, Mrs. Earl
r. that Company, ; SOCIETY |! Sayre. :Mrs. Fred Sayre, Mrs. L. Sea- Across From Bank of Osceola CountyFancy

. 1 THE PRICES ARE NOT HIGHs HOLDS BUSINESS MEETA : man, Mrs. n.I Kemerer, Mrs. Houser, -
W. H. JONESPHONE regular business meeting( of the :Miss Luella Schroen, Miss Annie
:. I KISSIMMEEDRY Woman's :Missionary Society was S'anuIIIIiss: Elsie: Krause, Mr. I Corn, can ____...';__"_$ .15 Maxwell House Coffee, pound .42
'I 81.3 held on the first Wednesday in the Krause, Herbert Krause, Dick Seaman -
: month, as is. the custom, at the Meth and Jack Hamilton. Fancy Peas, can _________ .18 While Houe Coffee, pound.. .42

: CLEANING WORKS eon odist was Bungalow.chairman Mrs., and,John H. Bron'I]'I j GUILD LAWN PARTY No. I Tomatoes, can______ .07 Arbuckle Coffee, pound ___ .27 .JJr Y1.

p; r/ R. A. SNYDER business session and the social ses- WAS DECIDEDLY PLEASINGThe No.2 Tomatoes can______ .10 Meal 10 pounds _________ .30
Periodic Bilious Attack ,
sion, there was a pleasing' literary Bullock lawn at 212 Clyde
t ./ Stewart Arcane Telephone 49 program under supervision of Mrs. | avenue was a scene of much gaiety No. 3 Tomatoes can_____ .15 Gnls, 10 pounds --_______ .38
4 I Persons subject to periodic bilious John L. Overstreet, Mrs. Snodgrass, Tuesday afternoon when the Guild of
Campbell's Beans, 2 cans___ .25 Fancy Rice, 3 pounds_____ .20
attacks will observe that their appe- and others. The meeting was well-I the Episcopal churrh was having an
..' - tite fails them just before an attack. attended and of value. entertainment under some unusual! Hitters Beans, 2 cans____ .25 Fancy Prunes, pound _?___ .25
It is easy to get rid of the misery That is, they not really crave lines; and the affair was most enter.
Campbell's Soups, ____ .13
. of heartburn or indigestion. Herbine food but eat because it is meal time.If KISSIMMEE PARK FOLK I tll ninl('. Clock golf, tennis and cro- can Fancy Apricots, pound ___-__.38
w goes right to the spot. It drive out they will eat only a light meal HAVE ENJOYABLE: SOCIAL quet were among the games played" National Oats 2 packages .25 Navy Beans, pound ______ .08
the badly digested food and makes and no meat, then take two of ..Cham There was a very pleasant social )I -and watercolor views of Kissimmee -
Macaroni _______
you feel tine Free, 60c. Sold by berlain's Tablets the attack. may be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and its. surroundings, all the package .09 Fancy Pink Salmon, can___ .16

::' Roberson's Pharmacy. ** avoided. .. Lew Seaman, at- 'Kissimmee- Park-, on-- I1,I,, work as of prizes L. A.tp Hamilton those who, were exhibited donated Full Cream Cheese, pound .35 Best Red Salmon, can_____ .39
'--- ----- -
'v. .. __ skill. Compound Lard, pound ___ .15 Granulated
.-. -- - - -------1 the greatest I Sugar pound __ 9VaSardinjs. I
.. .. ...'Y1t t.. b... vir ... .ow.. ... Mrs. Cur-
winners
tis-Clock an
: 1 Margaret lirunson! carried off the I Smoked Bacon, pound ____ .29 While Salt Bacon, pound__ .22
DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. L STOUT pi ize at tennis; and Miss Dorothy
'I Bullock won over alb at croquet. I
4' Pr..id.nt Cashi.r Vicf-Prmfidmnt
\ D/ring the afternoon pleasing reeahinents I OUR MOTTO: ,
y4, f>- were served by Mrs. S . a
QUALITY HIGHEST
I III. Bullock, whd' wa"s assisted by others ; PRICES LOWEST
of the Guild-and the .entire affair -\
I was a .success from start to ,

t DR. JOHNSON SAID: 1,| completion.entertainment There! will under be the soon same another .j LARGE ORDERS DELIVERED

auspices. .
r ,; "All the complaints which are made of the world are unjust. The silver offering for the benefit _
'. I never knew a man of merit neglected; it was generally his own ot the rectory fund reached the sum ----- -- ----- ---- -----::-'

i' t. fault that he failed of success." Dr.. Johnson came to London with of fourteen dollars. FAKE ADVERTISING the
city nnd hie
>a a single guinea in his pocket. He made his own way in life and HAVE WIRETAPPERSTO CONDEMNED BY THE I([his, system in all away detaij.)) and This explains inforhsation

li left a name that will not perish. You are living in a land of great CHAMBER ill turned over to the committel '"
opportunities-surrounded by them on every side. Why should you GET RICH QUICK appointed. If the majority approves -
H V-i- not'succeed? It's in you-get it out! We welcome you starting STRUCK KISSIMMEE? ffontlnui il from PRICe Ol\tMERCE-1 I a written statement to ,that
effect
is priNen by the secretary,, and
< Savings Account here. pointed by the president
your the solicitor
(Continued from Page One) may then proceed toget
-and they will be unknown to al!
y If you are an out-of-town reader, expense on account of the illness of subscribers! ; if the matter is ne-
save to r you can bank with us by mail. his wife. tary of the organization. Cards secre-will Katived by the committee there is n8 ..
The accidental acquaintance of a redress left for the sblicitor. It will i
May tell how? be distributed each business
we you to house
be
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man named Wood, who claimed he cheaper for him to at once pass
words like this
hearing
was from Boston, was nicked up by : to the next city.
)- Bank of Osceola County Lloyd. When the definite proposition :- : The plan has been successfully
of a .hance game was made, the I I ADVERTISING SCHEMES 1: carried on in many other cities-and ..
," men had persuaded Mr. Holmes to 1 MUST BE ENDORSEDI there is no reason why it should not
r \ Hours: 9 a. to 3 p. m. walk into the colored section of the I I THE I be a success in Kissimmee: If the
city to look at property there, claim- I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I II business men and merchants will
rt ; ,. ing they could not And anything else I BEFORE BEING CONSIDEREDWhen hold tog-ether. It will prove moneysaving -
t, there that seemed to them like a I I and will avoid a great deal of
good investment. "VThe propositionwas annoyance at all\ times.
again to visit KUslmmee' where a woman or man having: a
.The Bank With the Ability \, they claimed the headquarters of the "mijrhty clever scheme" for advertising SobicriW for .tpi Valley Gazette
and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSURED chance affair to be. approaches the merchant he
Failing in their purpose Mr. shows the card. The fakir or grafter A moving picture theatre in Pine v
Holmes said they immediately ''check will then call at the office of the I Knot, California, in the San
ed out of the hotel and .left Plant Chamber of Commerce (unless he ,dino mountains .is several
, ; Ii, iV" V" V"' ..V--> V* "City. gives up the plan of trying to work 'feet above the sea. ne-r.a1'o1

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